"To protect against [lead contamination] risk… EPA issued a rule requiring
the use of lead-safe practices and other actions aimed at preventing lead
"Under this rule, which was adopted in 2008 and took full-force effect this
summer, 'contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects
that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities, and schools
built before 1978 must be certified and must follow specific work practices
to prevent lead contamination.' "
It's for the children.
it's just another bullshit law that there is no way to enforce. I'll
not be bothered by it and i rehab 2 to 4 one hundred year old houses a
remove the "not" from my address to email
I bet you will be saying that right up until the day the government
your ticket and won't renew your builder's/contractor's license for
to follow all the laws and regulations that apply to the building
Besides the fact that if you fail to follow the regulations which were
for safety reasons you could make people sick or contaminate their
while you are doing your work... Not to mention the repeated
employees or steady subcontractors would be dealing with...
You sound like a bunch of lawsuits waiting to happen all because you
you know more about the way things work than the government...
Good Luck to you in your second career working at the McDonald's drive
thru -- better make sure you start learning spanglish now...
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