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Examples of school environmental hazards include chemical releases, pesticide exposures, flaking lead paint, mold and other indoor air quality problems, and damaged asbestos-containing building materials.
Building-related contamination: Water-damaged ceilings, carpets and walls leading to microbiological growth, including mold and bacteria, asbestos-containing building materials damaged by occupants and radon.
In one, a facility with asbestos-containing building material was abandoned.