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Center For Environmental Health average salary is $45,500, median salary is $45,500 with a salary range from $45,500 to $45,500.
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Environmental Health Specialist 45,500-45,500 Alameda, CA, 94501 2010 Center For Environmental Health Environmental Health Specialist Salaries (1)
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    A Bachelor's degree in an environmental field or criminal justice. And communication avenues (Enforcement's chain of command and Communications Center,...
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  • Center for Environmental Health
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Oakland, CA
  • Since 2004, the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) has researched and tested hundreds of pieces of jewelry for lead. CEH took legal action against the retailers and manufacturers of these products, resulting in industry wide reformulations and binding agreements with close to 100 companies, including J.C. Penny, Target, Mervyns, Sears, Toys R Us, and Kmart. Children's jewelry at these stores will fully be lead-safe in September 2007. This week's report from Sen. Barak Obama and Rep. Henry Waxman reveals that lead-laden jewelry and trinkets are sold at Capitol building gift stores, and the members are advancing their proposal to ban...