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Southeast Lead Consultants Expanding to GA Coast and more..

By | Jul 26, 2013

  Southeast Lead Consultants is expanding.  We now provide regular service to the Georgia and South Carolina coast. Our new local number is 912-303-5950. Southeast Lead Consultants, Inc. is a leading provider of lead paint testing and consulting services. We provide lead paint inspections, lead risk assessments, clearance testing, consultants and product testing. We detect lead in paint, soil, dust, water...

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Contractor Fails to Follow RRP – Fined $65,450!!!

By | Jul 25, 2013

EPA contractor will pay $65,450 for failing to take proper lead paint precautions in Omaha THE ASSOCIATED PRESS   July 25, 2013 – 5:39 pm EDT OMAHA, Nebraska — A company the Environmental Protection Agency hired to remove lead paint from homes in Omaha has agreed to pay $65,450 for failing to take proper precautions. The EPA says Prudent Technologies of...

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Reminder for Anyone Renovating, Repairing or Painting a Pre-1978 House.

By | Jul 23, 2013

This rule applies to 6 square feet of interior or 20 square feet of exterior work. The EPA pamphlet, the Lead Safe Certified Guide to Renovate Right for pre 1978 housing. Federal law requires contractors that are hired to perform renovation, repair and painting projects in homes, child care facilities, and schools built before 1978 that disturb painted surfaces to be...

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Tenants Sue Landlord for Lead Paint Exposure

By | Jul 23, 2013

Couple files lawsuit against Realtor after baby poisoned by lead paint Charlie Nye / The Star file photo Written by Tim Evans Filed Under Indianapolis News An Indianapolis couple claims in a lawsuit that a landlord’s negligent resulted in their infant daughter being poisoned by lead paint in a home they rented on North Keeling Avenue. The lawsuit filed this...

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EPA looks to extend RRP to comercial buildings.

By | Jul 16, 2013

Summary In 2010, EPA issued an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) concerning renovation, repair, and painting activities in public and commercial buildings. EPA is in the process of determining whether these activities create lead-based paint hazards, and, for those that do, developing certification, training, and work practice requirements as directed by the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). This document...

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