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In Minnesota, legislators passed a law in 2010 that requires contractors to prove they have certified workers trained to deal with lead-based paint before receiving permits.
The project will include removing lead-based paint and dust and replacing lead-based painted surfaces or fixtures in low-income housing occupied by children under age 6 or pregnant women.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a Final Rule regarding testing requirements for the Renovation, Repair and Painting Program (RRP) of testing for lead-based paint in commercial and public buildings.
for failing to warn tenants or buyers of 10 houses and apartment buildings that their homes may contain lead-based paint hazards.
The amendment aims to better prioritize resources for lead-based paint hazard reduction in housing by targeting younger children who are at greatest risk.
Under the settlement, the Morins will pay a $4,035 fine and will abate lead-based paint hazards on exterior, multi-level decks at five apartment buildings.
2005) did not cite the compelling body of scientific evidence demonstrating that deteriorated lead-based paint and the contaminated dust and soil it generates is highly correlated with BPb levels in children.
These promising results could lead to a better comfort zone for C&D recyclers handling concrete that contains lead-based paint (LBP), preventing such paint-coated concrete from going to a landfill.