Clean Indoor Air Regulations


Fighting For Clean Indoor Air

The United States Surgeon General and numerous other credible authorities and medical researchers have determined: 

(a) that involuntary inhalation of secondhand or environmental tobacco smoke can cause or contribute to numerous serious health problems and diseases, including heart disease, cancer and respiratory illness, and acute episodes of decreased respiratory function, including broncho-constriction and broncho-spasm in healthy nonsmokers;

(b) that the presence of secondary tobacco smoke is a major contributor to indoor air pollution;

(c) that children, elderly people, and individuals with cardiovascular and/or respiratory disease, including asthmatics and those with obstructive airway disease are at special risk to exposures from secondhand tobacco smoke;

(d) that the simple separation of smokers and nonsmokers within the same airspace may reduce, but does not eliminate, the exposure of nonsmokers to environmental tobacco smoke, and smoking bans remain the most viable and cost-effective method of protecting patrons.


Jackson County Clean Indoor Air Regulations

To see a copy of Jackson County Health Department's Clean Indoor Air Regulations, please click HERE. If you have questions or complaints you would like for us to investigate, please call our office at (304)372-2634.

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Our mission is to empower and guide our county residents to become more preventative-oriented and to enhance their environmental and physical health through education. 


(304) 372-2634


504 South Church Street
Ripley, West Virginia  25271


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