Contact the Lead and Asbestos Certification Program

If you have questions, or can't find what you're looking for, email the Lead and Asbestos Section or call our main office at 608-261-6876.



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Need to submit documents?

Documents with personally identifiable information like social security numbers (SSN) or dates of birth (DOB) should be faxed to 608-266-9711, or sent via postal mail to:

Lead and Asbestos Section
1 W Wilson St., Room 137
Madison, WI 53703-3445

Do not email documents with SSNs or DOBs. Other documents can be emailed to the Lead and Asbestos Section.

Prefer to stop by in person?

Our office is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Appointments may be scheduled in advance. We offer counter service for lost or damaged certifications, and accept delivery of applications.

We may be able to offer expedited/same-day counter service for certification cards. There is a $25 charge and you must call 608-261-6876 first to confirm availability.

Please note that we only accept checks and money orders in the office.

Name Title Phone Number

Lead and Asbestos Certification Program Staff

Shelley Bruce Section Chief 608-267-0928
Jessica Fournier Environmental Health Specialist 608-220-5491
Miriam (Mimi) Hasan Unit Supervisor 608-261-4949
Benjamin James Environmental Health Specialist 608-333-7957
Bennett Javenkoski Licensing Associate 608-261-9469
Jessica Lawent Environmental Health Specialist 608-445-4834
Christine Lilek Environmental Health Specialist 608-267-3862
Dan McClung Environmental Health Specialist 608-266-7168
Christine Pedretti Program Coordinator 608-267-9473
David Schmitt Environmental Health Specialist 715-836-6688
Vicki Stekly Licensing Associate 608-266-0554
Kristi Tennie Environmental Health Specialist 608-266-9379

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Last Revised: August 16, 2019