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The program then works with other agencies and the affected community to answer these kinds of questions to determine if there is a public health threat:
Once a Public Health Assessment is completed, EHAP presents their conclusions to the communities affected by the site and makes recommendations to agencies on actions that can be taken to prevent or reduce health risks. Sometimes communities are informed even earlier when a health threat is found or when immediate action should be taken.
The public is invited to comment on EHAP's findings or proposed activities contained in draft reports or documents. The public comment period is a limited time period during which comments will be accepted.
Browse all of EHAP's reports.
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