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January 8, 2016

Happy 2016!

Unhappily it's ASBESTOS again. The sad reality is that children are still exposed in schools and many schools are not conducting regular asbestos inspections; nor are states or U.S. EPA providing any oversight. Asbestos was common in school construction before it was banned for that use in the 1980's. But once sloppy school renovations on old buildings begin and asbestos fibers are airborne, there are few efforts to reduce exposure to kids. In order to protect children, asbestos information and management laws must be updated and funds made available. 

Thanks to Co-Author Tolle Graham of the Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health, please read our Executive Director Claire Barnett and Graham's Huffington Post blog in the link above.


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Kids' Health & Safety at School

MARYLAND - A can of pepper spray was accidentally discharged at a Baltimore middle school causing an evacuation. Police and fire personnel responded and around 7-15 students were taken to the hospital. (Baltimore Sun)

OHIO - A school has voiced concerns over a proposed natural gas pipeline. Several of the district's buildings would be very close to the proposed location, and school officials hope to relocate the plan to have less impact on the community. (Toledo Blade)

NEW YORK - Corning-Painted Post High School in New York recently discovered ash and glass fill on school grounds that contained toxic chemicals. The school superintendent says the toxins can be easily removed and should be a minor project. (TWC News)

NEW YORK - Students were evacuated at a Brooklyn school when floor wax stripper was poured down a clogged drain. The students were evacuated after fumes developed, and eight children were taken to the hospital. (ABC 7)

NEW JERSEY - A high school was evacuated after workers in the cafeteria became sickened. No other students or faculty seemed to be harmed, but the cause of the problem is still unknown. (ABC 7)

NATIONALLY - Acting Secretary of Education John King began his work earlier this week by visiting schools and becoming active on social media sites. He has named his three main goals for 2016, which include giving every student equal opportunities for high quality education, supporting the nation's educators, and improving affordability and access to higher education for all students.

Health & Kids

In South Jersey, lead poisoning in children is slightly decreasing, but exposure still remains an issue. Less children are exposed at home due to remodeling of older houses, and even though lead-based paint has been banned, contact with lead can come from other sources such as toys and candies. (Press of Atlantic City)

Children in the Northeast are prone to vitamin D deficiency during the winter months due to a lack of sunlight. Vitamin D is essential to building strong bones, and it is recommended for children to take supplements to make up for low levels that can occur in winter. (NPR)

The President's Task Force on Environmental Health Risks and Safety Risks to Children met recently to continue work in the federal government to advance children's health. Asthma in children, climate change, and healthy settings for children are among the goals of the Task Force for 2016. (Environmental Health Perspectives)

Antibiotics are often prescribed to children, and many times are necessary and life-saving. However, there are certain risks involved with children overusing antibiotics. Always make sure that antibiotics are necessary for your child's sickness and that is is the safest option. (Mother Earth News)



Professors in robotics at Carnegie Mellon University have constructed a monitor to measure indoor air quality. Data collected can be uploaded to the web and shared with other communities. (UTNE)

Many residents of Gaines County, Texas have been displaced as a result of a blowout of a carbon dioxide injection well. Residents in a two mile radius were evacuated and efforts are being made to repair the well and accommodate residents. (Seminole Sentinel)

The Berkeley City Council has voted to file a nuisance lawsuit that would hold Monsanto Co. responsible for the cost of a PCB contamination clean up that was allegedly caused by their products. PCB's are a likely carcinogen and were used in the city's transformers, electrical equipment, and building materials. (CBS San Francisco)

Advocacy groups have reported that the majority of oil companies still make little effort to address the 
health and environmental risks associated with hydraulic fracturing. While there has been a very small increase in the amount of information released by drilling companies, most choose not to inform the public of risks in order to save money. (FuelFix)


Toxic Products

The Food and Drug Administration has banned three chemical substances that were commonly found in food packaging. These chemicals were known to cause cancer and birth defects, and the ban has actually come about ten years after advocacy groups raised concern about their toxicity. (Environmental Working Group)
Green Cleaning

The chemical industry benefits from confusing labels on products. With more products claiming to be green, it becomes harder and harder to find out what is real and what is not. See ou​r Green Cleaning & Healthy Products website and find out more about REAL green cleaning products.
Upcoming Events

Who's in Charge of Children's Environmental Health in Childcare Settings & Schools
PEHSU Grand Rounds Webinar Series
January 12, 2016, 1PM EST

National Healthy Schools Day Orientation Call
February 2, 2016

National Healthy Schools Day
April 5, 2016

U.S. Department of Energy Better Building's Summit
May 9-11
Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington DC

Northeast Energy Efficieny Partnership 2016 Summit
June 13-14, 2016
Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire

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