The Trainer

June 23, 2009
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Complying with New EPA Renovation Rules

In this issue, we covered some important new requirements from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding renovations and repairs of housing that was built before 1978. The EPA issued the new rules in an effort to keep renovation projects in older buildings from disturbing lead-based paint and spreading hazardous dust to new areas. Exposure to lead paint is harmful to children and adults.

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