Enclosed Parking Facilities
Why am I being warned about potential exposure to chemicals in enclosed parking facilities?
Enclosed parking facilities can expose you to chemicals on the Proposition 65 list.
- During pregnancy, chemicals released into the air in enclosed parking facilities can pass from mother to baby.
How can I reduce my exposure to engine exhaust in enclosed parking facilities?
- When you use enclosed parking facilities, stay no longer than necessary.
- To the extent practical, do not stand next to idling or operating vehicle engines. Carbon monoxide in enclosed areas can build up very quickly.
For more information:
General Fact Sheets and Resources
- California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA)
Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA)
- US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
National Institute of Health (NIH), US National Library of Medicine (NLM),
- Enclosed Parking Facilities