Tag: RRP Rule

Longtime Industry Advocate: Retirement Isn’t the End

Longtime Industry Advocate: Retirement Isn’t the End

After working in home building for more than 40 years and serving in a variety of prominent advocacy and leadership roles, Bob Hanbury last month entered the retirement phase of his career. However, he intends to continue serving the industry in whatever capacity he can.

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NAHB to EPA: Lead Paint Rule Needs Revising

NAHB to EPA: Lead Paint Rule Needs Revising

NAHB filed comprehensive comments last week with EPA asserting that in its current form, the Lead: Renovation, Repair and Painting Program rule is an inefficient tool for achieving the environmental and health goals of the underlying issues.

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Lead-Safe Recertification Course: The Choice is Yours

The unprecedented extension granted last year by EPA for lead-safe renovator certifications is quickly coming to an end for thousands of remodelers and other contractors. The clock is ticking, especially for those who received their certification on or before March 31, 2010. Under the modified rule, remodelers can opt for online-only training. However, online recertification is good for just three years instead of five.

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EPA Issues Thousands in Fines for Lead Paint Rule Violations

EPA Issues Thousands in Fines for Lead Paint Rule Violations

An increasing number of enforcement actions were brought against businesses that violated EPA’s lead-based paint regulations in 2015. Fines ranged from $2,000 to more than $50,000.

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