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Project Title: Contaminated Housing Project

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Grant ID Number:EQ - 97329501-1
EPA Region:EPA R3AAShip:R03 - Region 3
Division/Office:Office of Enforcement, Compliance and Env. JusticeLab/Office:
CFDA:66.604Media:Environmental Justice
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Authority:
Recipient Name: Southern Appalachian Labor School
City:Recipient Type:Not for Profit
State:WVCong District:Statewide
DUNS:017352365
Competition Status:
Award Date:04/03/2007Cum Award:$25,000
Project Start:03/01/2006Project End:06/30/2007
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Contaminated Housing Project
The Contaminated Housing Project will focus on awareness and testing of lead and mercury poisoning in coal camp houses owned by low income families in rural West Virginia. The project will try to create increased awareness among these residents of the consequences of lead and mercury contamination in these homes. Residents will be provided literature, and also the opportunity to attend public meetings about the consequences of lead and mercury contamination



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RoleNamePhone
Project Officer Garth Connor 215-814-3209
Grant Specialist Bernie McCullagh 215-814-5403

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