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Lianna Development Corporation, Building Construction Consultants, Akron, OH

*** Effective August 01, 2017, 
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Change to application process Effective September 15, 2015

EPA will no longer offer the option of submitting lead program applications by mail. This applies to all individual, firm and trainer applications required by EPA’s lead renovation and abatement programs. After that date all applications, payments, updates and certificate replacement requests will be done online using the Agency’s Central Data Exchange (CDX) system. 

What is target housing?
Target housing is defined in the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) as any housing constructed before 1978, except housing for the elderly or persons with disabilities or any 0-bedroom dwelling.  However, target housing does include pre-1978 housing for the elderly or persons with disabilities, if any child under age 6 resides or is expected to reside in such housing.

16 enforcement actions 

On November 14, 2012, EPA announced for violations of the lead-based paint Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP)

December 19, 2014 - EPA announced 62 enforcement actions

Civil Penalties:
Highest: The Complaint seeks a statutory maximum penalty of up to $37,500 for each of the 101 alleged violations.

Lowest: In accordance with the Enforcement Response and Penalty Policy, and in consideration of the respondent’s inability to pay a penalty, Hometown Painting, Inc. will pay no penalty for the alleged violations.  Also, in the CAFO, Hometown Painting, Inc. certifies that it is in compliance with Sections 402 and 406 of TSCA and 40 C.F.R. Part 745.  Additionally, the respondent agrees that, before performing any renovations for compensation on target housing and child-occupied facilities, it will apply for and obtain EPA certification; and ensure that all individuals performing renovation activities on behalf of the firm are certified renovators or trained by a certified renovator.

Other range between: $1,008 to $60,000. Under the Micro-Business pilot, significantly reduced penalties are offered to respondents who have annual sales or gross pre-tax revenue of $300,000 or less.


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"Lead Awareness Is Every Week"

"Updates to the RRP RULE"

Compliance for Contractors, New Rules

July 6, 2010 -- A rule that takes effect today will increase protections against lead-paint poisoning by eliminating the ability of owner-occupants of older housing to "opt-out" of having their contractors follow lead-safe work practices. Read the press release.

Renovation firms and workers have additional time to obtain necessary training and certifications to comply with its new lead rules, EPA announced June 18, 2010. Read the enforcement guidance (PDF) (2 pp, 476K, about PDF) and a set of frequent questions (PDF) (3 pp, 31K, about PDF).


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