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Figure 5.1. Mold Growth in the Home
Figure 5.1. Mold Growth in the Home


Figure 5.2. Home Carbon Monoxide Monitor
Figure 5.2. Home Carbon Monoxide Monitor


Figure 5.3. Environmental Tobacco Smoke and Children’s Exposure
Figure 5.3. Environmental Tobacco Smoke and Children’s Exposure


Figure 5.4. Wood Products Label
Figure 5.4. Wood Products Label


Figure 5.5. EPA Map of Radon Zones
Figure 5.5. EPA Map of Radon Zones
Zone 1: predicted average indoor radon screening level greater than 4 pCi/L (picocuries per liter); Zone 2: predicted average indoor radon screening level between 2 and 4 pCi/L; and Zone 3: predicted average indoor radon screening level less than 2 pCi/L.


Figure 5.6. Radon Entry
Figure 5.6. Radon Entry


Figure 5.7. Home Radon Detectors
Figure 5.7. Home Radon Detectors


Figure 5.8. Radon-resistant Construction
Figure 5.8. Radon-resistant Construction


Figure 5.9. Arsenic Label
Figure 5.9. Arsenic Label


 
 
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