Lead levels back to normal in older BK homes

Lead levels in some older Brooklyn homes has returned to normal, according to the Environmental Protection commissioner.In response to elevated lead levels found in some

BROOKLYN - Lead levels in some older Brooklyn homes has returned to normal, according to the Environmental Protection commissioner.

In response to elevated lead levels found in some older homes, the city launched a campaign in 2010 educating people on how to reduce their exposure to the metal.

To check out the lead prevention program or call 311

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