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Contact EPA Pacific Southwest Air Program

Pacific Southwest, Region 9

Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations

Radiation Protection Program

Contact Information

Shelly Rosenblum
rosenblum.shelly@epa.gov
(415) 947-3583

EPA's Radiation Protection program works to protect human health and the environment from harmful levels of ionizing radiation. In the Pacific Southwest Region, the program:

  • informs people about the hazards of radon gas and other forms of ionizing radiation
  • provides technical support on ionizing radiation issues to federal, state, and local government agencies
  • regulates radionuclide emissions and provides guidance on compliance with the Clean Air Act's National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) on radionuclides
  • provides technical support for cleanup of radiation-contaminated sites
  • assists in FEMA emergency exercise evaluations about dispersal of radioactive materials

EPA's National Radiation Protection Programs Web sites

Indoor Air: Radon
Background information and tips for homeowners

Radiation Protection Programs
Main portal to all EPA Web information available on radiation

Yucca Mountain
A proposed permanent repository in Nevada for high-level radioactive waste

Technologically-enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials
Information about waste rock and mill tailings left on the ground surface from uranium mining

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