Smoke-Free Indoor Air Complaint Investigations PDF Print E-mail
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 Environmental Health Program
 Isle of Wight Center
 
 Phone: 410-641-9559
 
 Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm
altPeople in Maryland should now have clean, smoke-free air while working, dining, shopping, or relaxing throughout the state. Please call Environmental Health to file a complaint.









altThe Maryland Clean Indoor Air Act of 2007 forbids smoking in almost all indoor workplaces in order to “preserve and improve the health, comfort, and environment of the people of Maryland by limiting exposure to environmental tobacco smoke.”   This law provides for fair and consistent statewide protection from exposure to secondhand smoke in indoor settings.  Click on icon to go to the State website.



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