Environmental Health

| January 31, 2014

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Housing and Habitability Question 1: You are an environmental health inspector asked to investigate problems at a local low-income and poorly maintained apartment complex. There is lead-based paint peeling from the walls, and mold growing on the walls. Summarize the health hazards associated with lead and mold in this particular setting, and describe what may be done to control these two public health problems. Keep in mind the limitations and challenges a low-income community may face, living in poorly maintained housing. Please be sure to support your position with evidence from the literature. Swimming Pools Question 2: One of your goals is to protect the health of swimmers at a local recreational pool. Discuss two methods that have been used to treat swimming pool water, ozonation and chlorination. Then, identify the method or combination of methods that would provide the best protection to swimmers and the public’s health. Please be sure to support your position with evidence from the literature. Seprate each question as question 1 and question 2.
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