HAVEN AVENUE LEAD SITE
OCEAN CITY, CAPE MAY COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
Lead was detected in the soil at several residences along the
north side of the 600 block of Haven Avenue at levels that pose a
health threat to those who may come in frequent contact with the
soil. The greatest threat is to children, and to a lesser
- Remediate contaminated areas in yards to reduce exposure to lead contaminated soil.
- Ensure that all children less than six years old who reside in residences on or adjacent to contaminated yards are tested for blood lead levels. If elevated levels are detected, implement CDC's recommendations for follow-up activities .
|Timothy Walker, MS
Environmental Health Scientist
|Concurred:||Kenneth G. Orloff, PhD, DABT
|||Cover Letter for the Haven Avenue Lead Site from Brian Von
|||X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis, Haven Avenue Lead site, Roy Weston,
Inc. July 1997.
|||ATSDR Health Consultation for the Haven Avenue Lead site,
|||Inorganic Analysis for the Haven Avenue Lead Sites, Roy F.
Weston, Inc. August 14, 1997.
|||Preventing Lead Poisoning in Young Children, A Statement by
The Centers for Disease Control - October 1991, U.S. Department of Health
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|||Toxicological Profile for Lead, Update, U.S. Department of
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|||ATSDR Case Studies in Environmental Medicine, Lead Toxicity, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, June 1990.|