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Announcements

Summer/Fall Internship Opportunities for College Students

Published on 5/1/2017

The Manchester LHRD program seeks a summer intern. Undergraduate and Graduate students are welcome to apply. Additional Planning interns may be considered in GIS, zoning and growth management - please inquire if that is your interest area.

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2017 Program Application, Annual Compliance, Lead-Safe Registry

Published on 4/14/2017

Updated program materials are now available online.

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Program Enrollment Update

Published on 4/13/2017

We are enrolling quickly. Don't miss out!

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Welcome Josh and Joseph to the LHRD Team

Published on 1/26/2017

The Manchester Lead Hazard Reduction Program team welcomes two new members.

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Annual Compliance - Now Online

Published on 10/6/2016

If you have enrolled a property in the Manchester Lead Hazard Reduction Program in the last five years, you can now complete annual compliance forms online.

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International lead poisoning prevention week Oct. 23-29; updated lead-safe registry

Published on 10/3/2016

The week of October 23-29, 2016 is International lead poisoning prevention week. There will be activities held worldwide, including the 6th Annual New Hampshire Healthy Homes Conference, to be held October 25th.

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September Lead Headlines

Published on 9/30/2016

Recent news and research on lead paint hazards - September 2016.

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August Lead Headlines

Published on 8/29/2016

August was a busy month for lead in the news. We have pulled research and articles for your information.

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Pigeon in the Coal Mine?

Published on 7/19/2016

Urban pigeons tend to live in the same square mile their entire lives. The toxins they absorb from their surroundings may be correlated to childhood exposures for the same geographic area. Lead levels in pigeons have been positively correlated to levels in children, per a new study in the journal Chemosphere.

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