Are you carrying out renovation, repair or painting (RRP) a house, daycare facility or educational institution built before 1978?
Starting April 22, 2010, federal law requires that building contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disrupt more than 6 square feet of paint in houses, daycare facilities, and educational institutions set up before 1978 needs to be certified and educated to adhere to particular work practices in order to avoid lead toxic contamination. After December 31st 2010, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will begin giving penalties and fees to those who aren’t certified!
Looking for EPA Lead-based Paint Certification Training Class?
We are certified renovator firm offers EPA Lead Based Paint Training in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Maryland, Delaware, and Massachusetts — cost for certification training is $250. You better apply as soon as possible as they expect the awaiting time for approval to step-up drastically as a lot of people discover about this new federal requirement.