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Additional Rules Relating to Lead
- Additional rules relating to lead in paint, dust and soil
- Additional rules relating to lead in water
- Additional rules relating to lead in air
Additional rules relating to lead in paint, dust and soil
-- EPA is seeking public comment on the “Framework for Identifying and Evaluating Lead-Based Paint Hazards from Renovation, Repair, and Painting Activities in Public and Commercial Buildings.” The Framework describes a tailored approach for identifying and evaluating potential hazards created by renovations of public and commercial buildings. EPA will consider the public comments as the Agency assesses whether hazards are created by public and commercial building renovations. The Agency will develop proposed requirements to reduce any hazards, if found; such requirements would also be subject to public review and comment. Read the Federal Register announcement and the Framework.
- Lead-Based Paint Activities. Establishes standards for lead-based paint abatement, risk assessment, and inspection, and establishes standards and procedures for State and Tribal authorization of these lead programs.
- Residential Property Renovation (RRP). Establishes standards for renovation, repair, and painting (RRP) activities, and establishes standards and procedures for State and Tribal authorization of these lead programs.
- Lead-Based Paint Hazards. Identifies hazard standards for lead in paint, dust, and soil.
- Real Estate Disclosure. Establishes requirements for lead disclosure upon sale or lease of target housing.
- National Lead Laboratory Accreditation Program (TSCA 405(b)). Establishes protocols, criteria, and minimum performance standards for laboratory analysis of lead in paint, dust, and soil.
- Pre-Renovation Education Rule. Establishes requirements for information disclosure about possible lead exposure hazards prior to residential renovation, repair, and remodeling work.
Additional rules relating to lead in water
- Effluent Guideline for Electroplating
- Effluent Guideline for Organic Chemicals, Plastics and Synthetic Fibers
- Effluent Guideline for Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
- Effluent Guideline for Iron and Steel Manufacturing
- Effluent Guideline for Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
- Effluent Guideline for Glass Manufacturing
- Effluent Guideline for Rubber Manufacturing
- Effluent Guideline for Metal Finishing
- Effluent Guideline for Centralized Waste Treatment
- Effluent Guideline for Ore Mining and Dressing
- Effluent Guideline for Transportation Equipment Cleaning
- Effluent Guideline for Waste Combustors
- Effluent Guideline for Pesticide Chemicals
- Effluent Guideline for Battery Manufacturing
- Effluent Guideline for Metal Molding and Casting
- Effluent Guideline for Porcelain Enameling
- Effluent Guideline for Copper Forming
- Effluent Guideline for Nonferrous Metals Forming and Metal Powders
- Effluent Guideline for Electrical and Electronic Components
Additional rules relating to lead in air
- NESHAP for Iron and Steel Foundries
- Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Boilers
- Portland Cement Manufacturing
- Integrated Iron and Steel Manufacturing
- Electric Arc Furnaces
- Lead Acid Battery Manufacturing
- Primary Copper Smelting
- Secondary Aluminum
- Hazardous Waste Combustors
- Pressed and Blown Glass and Glassware Manufacturing
- Primary Metal Products Manufacturing
- Municipal Waste Combustors