STP1226

    A Summary of Studies Addressing the Efficacy of Lead Abatement

    Published: Jan 1995


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    Abstract

    It is expected that lead hazard interventions will both prevent further childhood lead exposure and produce positive health outcomes among children benefitting from the interventions. The extent to which the scientific literature supports this expectation is characterized. Currently available scientific information was compiled on the effectiveness of lead hazard intervention in reducing childhood lead exposure. The studies identified address the efficacy of intervention strategies employed to reduce childhood exposure to lead-based paint, and to elevated soil-lead and dust-lead levels. Results and conclusions from these studies are summarized and their implications are discussed.

    Keywords:

    review, lead, soil, dust, lead-based paint, blood, lead abatement, intervention, effectiveness


    Author Information:

    Burgoon, DA
    Research Scientist and Research Leader, Statistics and Data Analysis Systems, Battelle, Columbus, OH

    Rust, SW
    Research Scientist and Research Leader, Statistics and Data Analysis Systems, Battelle, Columbus, OH

    Schultz, BD
    Senior Statistician, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison, Washington, DCWI


    Paper ID: STP12971S

    Committee/Subcommittee: E06.23

    DOI: 10.1520/STP12971S


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