Environmental Assessment Program

Environmental health partner with the New York State Department of Health and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to evaluate the health effects of exposures to chemical, physical, and microbiological agents in the environment, and characterize the risks posed by these exposures. Epidemiological methods are used to identify and measure the influence of environmental factors on human disease in the community

Hazardous Waste Sites

Working with State and Federal agencies on the investigation, monitoring and remediation of hazardous waste sites. These sites include Rosen Site and Smith-Corona Site.

Indoor Air Quality

Investigate possible environmental exposures in the home. These environmental exposures include mold, lead dust, and radon.

Chemical Emergencies

Provide information on health effect from chemical exposures.

Emergency Oil Spill Relocation Program

Relocation most often occurs as a result of home heating fuel spills.