Lead Paint Testing, Risk Assessments, Renovation Repair Painting (RRP), Lead in Water, OSHA, Asbestos, Mold, Consulting

Lead Poisoning Awareness in Georgia

By jeremyweir | Nov 21, 2016

11Alive video on lead paint facts and lead poisoning. Plus a map of hot zones for risk of lead poisoning. Counties include Floyd, Cobb, Fulton, Gwinnette, Dekalb, Hall, Bibb, Laurens, Troup.  

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SLC Provides Lead Testing for Bank of America Refinance, Travelers Rental Insurance and More

By jeremyweir | Nov 17, 2016
Southeast Lead Paint Testing and Consulting

Over the course of this year we have received calls weekly from Bank of America customers trying to refinance their mortgage.  Typically its the result of the real estate appraiser raising concern due to paint condition in a limited area.  SLC can educate and explain what we have done for customers facing this.  Not all circumstances are the same, call...

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We Provide Lead in Water Testing to EPA Standards

By jeremyweir | Jan 28, 2016

Southeast Lead Consultants can test your water for lead. Across Michigan, in cities large and small, lead poisoning continues to plague children, limiting them in school and on the playground. While much of the state’s focus on lead has rightly been on poisoned water in Flint, the metal continues to turn up annually in the bodies of thousands of children...

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EPA Enforcement Settlement with Home Renovation Company to Benefit Kansas City, Mo., Youth Education Center

By jeremyweir | Oct 20, 2015
Southeast Lead Paint Testing and Consulting

(Lenexa, Kan., Oct. 2, 2015) – EPA Region 7 has filed a settlement with Bordner Installation Group, Inc., that includes a $19,782 Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) to benefit a youth education facility in Kansas City, Mo. An EPA recordkeeping inspection revealed Bordner, a home renovation company, violated the Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule, resulting in a $21,980 penalty. About...

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FDA Issues Notice of Possible Lead Poisoning Risk in Children

By jeremyweir | May 1, 2015

The New Mexico Department of Health received an alert from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regarding a powdered product called “Bo Ying compound,” which may contain high levels of lead.  The product is labeled in Chinese and English and marketed in retail outlets and online for the treatment of flu, fever, and nasal discharge in infants and children....

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