Sometime ago, I wrote a blog about what to test and what would be considered an integrated whole. It seems now, that the EPA RRP FAQ have put the controversy to rest. Question: I’m a certified renovator using an EPA-recognized lead test kit to determine whether or not I have to follow the Renovation Repair […]
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today, agreed with the Advisory Committee for Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention (ACCLPP) to move the line for the lead poisoning of children from 10μg/dL to 5μg/dL. μg/dL stands for micro-grams per deciliter, which is a measurement used for blood levels. The CDC also agreed that the term “level of concern” […]
I’m in the middle of a Elevated Blood Lead Investigation. This is where I try and find the source or sources that caused the lead poisoning of a child. One suspect is a painter who transferred lead dust from his clothes to the family car and then that dust was transferred to his wife’s clothing and […]
Part three is where compliance cost are over 10% and the lead test showed your project has lead based paint. A prime example of a job would be exterior painting.
Here at Blogging Painters we try and keep our readers informed of the latest changes in the industry. We would not be able to do that without the group of contractors we network with on a daily basis. Many of our contributors also maintain their own blogs where they share their expertise. Scott Burt […]