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Lead Base Paint

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sean Lintow Sr Dec 18, 2010. 2 Replies

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Dec 22, 2010
Ed Mahoney replied to Tom White's discussion Lead-safe retrofits
"What is your definition of "Demolition" when doing a small remodel. I am removing a LBP trim around one side of a bedroom door. The trim only. If I re-use the trim do I have to follow the LBP and be a Certified Renavotor? Or if I pitch the…"
Dec 22, 2010
Sean Lintow Sr replied to Ed Mahoney's discussion Lead Base Paint
"From an article I did this last April on this whole mess: http://blog.sls-construction.com/2010/rrp-620-exemption-limits - the two main paragraphs that sum up the answer you are probably looking for... As I have mentioned, in the prior article…"
Dec 18, 2010
Thomas Burke replied to Ed Mahoney's discussion Lead Base Paint
"I got this from the EPA's FAQs: Question (6725)If a renovator removes less than 6 square feet of crown molding, is that considered demolition? Does itmatter whether the molding will be discarded, replaced with new molding, or…"
Dec 17, 2010
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Lead Base Paint

 Comment by Ed Mahoney 5 hours agoDelete Comment Does anyone know what EPA means by "Demolition".....  I am having a hard time with. If your going to demolish a wall area less than 6 sq ft, say to put in a wall sconce, would EPA say you need to be using Lead Safe work…See More
Dec 15, 2010
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