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The Demonstration of Experimental Lead Paint Hazard Abatement Methods in Washington, D. C.


Report Acceptance Date: June 1975 (112 pages)

Posted Date: January 05, 2011

This report describes the process of a field demonstration of lead paint hazard abatement methods carried out in thirty dwelling units located in Washington, D.C. This on-going Experimental Hazard Abatement Program (EHAP), will ultimately involve the treatment of lead paint hazards in about two-hundred and fifty dwellings located in a number of major cities. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (RUD) is sponsoring the Program and the housing in Washington was supplied by the National Capital Housing Authority (NCHA).

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