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Asbestos Abatement Activity Forms
Owners of buildings where asbestos abatement activity occurs are responsible for the performance of the asbestos abatement activities by his/her agent, contractor, employee, or other representative.
Asbestos Investigators
Get asbestos-related news and contact information for certified asbestos investigators, remediation contractors, and air monitoring firms and labs.
Carbon Monoxide Facts
The Department of Health & Mental Hygiene answers questions about carbon monoxide, including how to know if your furnace or water heater is malfunctioning and what to do if you suspect a leak.
Chloro-fluoro-carbon/Freon Recovery Appointment
Dispose of up to six appliances containing chloro-fluoro-carbon (CFC) by requesting an appointment online for the recovery of CFC. You can also dial 311 to schedule the appointment.
Environmental Investigations
This bureau of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene performs environmental assessments and investigations related to asbestos, carbon monoxide, mold, and other toxic substances.
Lead Paint Law Compliance
Several City departments work to reduce the incidence and severity of childhood lead poisoning.
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