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Over the past several years I have presented to a large variety of environmental health groups around the country.
The National Work Group for Safe Markets, a coalition of environmental health groups including Clean and Healthy New York, Center for Health Environment & Justice, Fund, Natural Resources Defense Council, and others, responded to the announcement by demanding a phase out of BPA from other products that expose people to the toxic chemical.
Dr Parvez Haris, head of the university's Biomedical and Environmental Health group, carried out tests on the tablets.
Many of these structures do not meet California building code requirements for minimum ventilation rates, and concerns over indoor environmental quality in schools have been raised by environmental health groups, government agencies, and school administrators as the reliance on portable classrooms increases.
Besides his service to NEHA, Keith has been very involved in other environmental health groups.
The Learning and Developmental Disabilities Initiative (LDDI) is a national project fostering collaboration among learning and developmental disability organizations, researchers, health professionals and environmental health groups to address concerns about the impact environmental pollutants may have on healthy brain development.
OTCBB:ISOL) announced the installation of its document imaging and management system at the Minnesota Department of Health Environmental Health Group.