Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home - Real Estate Disclosure
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Note: The March 2021 version of Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home (PYF), currently available in English and Spanish, includes the new dust-lead clearance levels that are effective March 8, 2021. These levels are referenced on page 11. The March 2021 version also references on page 6 the new dust-lead hazards standards that were effective January 6, 2020.
EPA is currently working on translating the March 2021 version of PYF into Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Somali and Vietnamese. Until then continue to use the January 2020 version of PYF just note effective March 8, 2021 the dust-lead clearance levels referenced on page 11 have been updated. The January 2021 version does include on page 6 the new dust-lead hazard standards that were effective January 6, 2020. EPA does not require users to discard older versions of the PYF document. In order to ensure that the updated information is provided, users should provide a PYF supplement if using prior versions of the PYF document.
- NEW! English: Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home (March 2021)
- NEW! Spanish Translations: Proteja a Su Familia Contra el Plomo en el Hogar (March 2021)
- Arabic Translations: إحم أسرتك من الرصاص الموجود في بيتك (January 2020)
- French Translations: Protégez votre famille du plomb dans votre maison (January 2020)
- Chinese Translations: 保護你的 家庭，不 要讓鉛進 入你的家 (January 2020)
- Russian Translations: В Вашем доме: защитите свою семью от свинца (January 2020)
- Somali Translations: Ka Badbaa di Qoyska Halista Leedhka (January 2020)
- Vietnamese Translations: Hãy Bảo Vệ Gia Đình Của Bạn Khỏi Bị Nhiễm Chì Ở Trong Nhà (January 2020)
Contact the National Lead Information Center (NLIC) to speak with an information specialist.