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A good place to begin if you are looking for information on lead or asbestos is the US Environmental Protection Agency  website.   You can find asbestos information at
http://www.epa.gov/region1/topics/pollutants/asbestos.html
and information on lead at
http://www.epa.gov/region1/topics/pollutants/lead.html

Your best source for local regulations and information on services near you is the Lead or Asbestos experts at your State or Tribal Agency    Click on the Participating States and Tribes link right here - or on  the menu bar above to find the appropriate website.

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