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Old 05-28-2009, 04:59 PM   #1
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April 2010 laws regarding working on homes with lead paint will be changing.
I ordered (free) some materials from EPA here.
Although we do not plan on getting into this type of work, there is some good information to be aware of.
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Old 05-28-2009, 05:12 PM   #2
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Wont touch it, in Cali you need to be certified to mess with leed, asbesto and mold. If you get caught bye bye lic and hello fine. I have peps i recomend so i can keep the paint deal.
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I hear ya! Not something for the unprepared. Just did an exterior bid for someone who just bought a pre 1978 home and said part of the loan preinspection was to have an Enviromental Engineer come in and test for Asbestos, Mold and Lead. It is going to be regulated. You can get certified to be an Inspector or Risk Assessor, might be a service to look into?!

If you have the latest Google Earth you can see a "timeline" of the building in your area to see what homes were there around 1978. Pretty cool!
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Great link Chris. I see on that page a bunch of pdf downloads. Where did you get all the goodies in the pic?
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You can order here
The booklet you are supposed to give HO is 20 pages!
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Most sates are requiring anyone who works on pre 78 houses to take an 8 hour class to comply with the new law. The class gives you some basic info how to protect yourself and the Ho from lead poisoning.Contact your local state health dept for more info as each state has a diffrent laws
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If anyone has some lead dust, can you send it to me? We are planning on having a pancake breakfast for the neighborhood and I think lead flour will make some of the smarter.

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I've got pleanty.Do you want to pick it up or should send it to you
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we'd better meet at the state line and hand it across the border so neither can be accused of transporting it out of or into state.

BTW, how much daoes a baggie of that go for now ?



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How many fingers?
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Hey, don't bogart my thread!
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Bump, Bill mentioned lead in another thread.
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Bump, Bill mentioned lead in another thread.
Yes I did. And after reading the latest PWC about needing to be certified to work on pre1978 homes, I am glad I am not faced with that issue.



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