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Mercury and Your Health
Mercury gives off an invisible vapor that can be harmful to your health, but it's especially harmful to the health of children and unborn babies. Click the link above to learn more about the health effects of mercury and how to keep you and your family healthy and safe. Have questions? Call 1-800-648-6942.
Mercury Spills in Homes
If you break something that contains mercury, it is important that you contact your health department right away. If spilled mercury is not cleaned up the right way, it can continue to give off an invisible vapor for a long time. This vapor is bad for anyone to be around, but it is especially harmful to the health of young children and unborn babies. Click the link above to learn what you should do when a mercury spill happens at your home.
Schools, Businesses, and Healthcare
Check here to to find useful tools to help manage a mercury spill at a school or business.