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Healthy homes conference Part 4

November 1st, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Julie Morris from the EPA addressed the Springfield conference on “Lead-Based Paint, Renovation, Repair and Painting”.  She discussed the various rules and exclusions involved in renovating buildings that may have lead paint problems.  She encouraged people to let her know when someone violates these rules.  EPA receives complaints from a variety of sources, especially certified renovators who see illegal work being done by other companies.  There are a variety of resources available at http://www.epa.gov/lead/pubs/lscp-renov-materials.htm including some new publications on compliance and a new training guide on renovation. She mentioned that in Minnesota all building permits must be checked for RPP certification.

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