What Other Sources of Lead Poisoning are There?
  • Lead Pipes for Drinking Water
  • Pinewood Derby Cars for Cub Scouts?
  • Making fishing weights or sinkers, or toy soldiers
  • Using lead solder (e.g., for electronics)
  • Using lead-containing artists' paints or ceramic glazes
  • Burning lead-painted wood
  • Car or boat repair
  • Industries;
  • Work sites and occupations that work with lead;
  • Secondary smelting and refining of nonferrous metals
  • Brass/copper foundries
  • Firing ranges
  • Automotive repair shops
  • Bridge, tunnel, and elevated highway construction
  • Motor vehicle parts and accessories
  • Storage batteries (lead batteries)
  • Valve and pipe fittings
  • Plumbing fixture fittings and trim
  • Pottery
  • Chemical and chemical preparations
  • Industrial machinery and equipment
  • Inorganic pigments
  • Primary batteries, dry and wet
  • Hobbies and home activities
  • Recreational use of firing ranges
  • Home repairs, repainting, or remodeling
  • Furniture refinishing
  • Stained glass making
  • Casting ammunition


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