Getting the Lead Out: The Complete Resource on How to Prevent and Cope with Lead Poisoning

By Irene Kessel; John T. O'Connor | Go to book overview

APPENDIX A

State-by-State Resources

Information about lead poisoning organizations was obtained in large part from a directory published by the Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning (listed in Appendix B under Advocacy).

ALABAMA
State Childhood Lead Poisoning
Prevention Program: 334-242-5661

Regional Office of EPA: 404-347-4727
USEPA, Region 4
345 Courtland Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30365
for information on certification and training for
lead inspectors, risk assessors, and abatement con-
tractors, lead in drinking water, lead in soil, waste
disposal, or any EPA programs

State Contact for Information on Lead in
Drinking Water:

Joe Allen Power, Chief, Public Water Systems,
Department of Environmental Management—205—
271-7700

Private Organizations Working on Lead
Poisoning Prevention:

WACC: Institute for Human Development
PO Box 809
Eutaw, AL 35462
phone: 205-372-3344
fax: 372-2243
contact: Carol P. Zippert
area served: County
services offered: Organizing, education, and eco-
nomic development

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