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Read our LTE in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Less exposure to pollution may decrease virus severity

EHP has long recommended that residents reduce exposure to pollution by using portable air filters in their homes, paying attention to the air quality index, and limiting outside activity when air quality is poor. Reducing Outdoor Contaminants in Indoor Spaces (ROCIS) offers a DIY, low cost fan/filter to remove particles in the air. To learn more about assembling your own fan/filter, click here.

 

Interested in joining EHP? We are hiring a Deputy Director and Environmental Data Scientist

 

EHP Message on Coronavirus

With many questions and uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, we are taking this opportunity to remind you that good health practices are essential in trying to contain the spread of the disease. If you are in a vulnerable population – an older individual or a person with a chronic disease – you should be especially careful. Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website or the Pennsylvania Department of Health website for more information on how to best protect yourself and your family.

EHP’s physical office in McMurray, PA, will close until further notice, effective Monday, March 16.  However, you may still contact us at 724-260-5504 or at info [at] environmentalhealthproject.org and we will respond.

Alison L. Steele, Executive Director

Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project

March 13, 2020

ABOUT EHP

The Environmental Health Project (EHP) is a nonprofit public health organization that assists and supports residents of Southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond who believe their health has been, or could be, impacted by unconventional oil and gas development (UOGD or “fracking”). Our team of medical professionals, community service professionals, and public health scientists is here to help!

Click on one of the icons below to learn how UOGD can affect your health and environment, and find out what you can do to protect yourself.