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Int J Toxicol. 2002 Sep-Oct;21(5):397-402.

Pesticide impacts on communities and schools.

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  • Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, California Environmental Protection Agency, Oakland, California 94612, USA. rames@oehha.ca.gov

Abstract

Early efforts directed toward the development of pesticide regulations addressed serious acute illnesses associated with pesticide mixing, loading, and application. As those pesticide exposures and illnesses came under control through official regulatory action, attention has turned toward problems associated with the impacts of pesticides on communities and schools. By contrast to the early successes in bringing major acute poisoning under control, the problems of pesticide impacts on communities and schools have been especially difficult to resolve through the regulatory process. This article discusses the dynamics of the new and emerging impacts of pesticides on communities and schools, with an emphasis upon California experiences.

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12396686
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