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July 30, 2008


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Why is New York so strict in that than in other countries? However, this blog is very informative especially for those who are new in the place.

There are lot of them complicated in addition of three types of personal models which weren't formerly been topic to lead paint control.

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Repainting your homes is a good idea.It's like refreshing yourselves form the past and regain back the energy that you lost.


Ahh..is it so ? I moved in New york last month . And I was thinking of re-painting of my new home. And I Love to buy some good furniture for my home. I will go to lawyer and discuss about it. Thank you for info.

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Ahhh, Now i know painting an apartment neeeds a lawyer too.


Great article.Its very important to check the lead in the paint that we are used for our home.This will bring severe damage to us.

Lead Tech
There's no objection to following the EPA regs in the 1960-78 building where there's lead. The objection is that it will take an expert to know that they will be superseded by the local laws. The average building owner (there are 3 million housing units in NYC, most of them rental) is not an expert in this field. Does everyone have to hire a consultant before every painting job? That's the result in NYC. Its not realistic, it won't happen and the result will be that the average owner does nothing. If there were one clear set of standards that everyone learns, then there is a much better likelihood that there will be compliance, which, after all, is the objective.

A point of order here. I'm all for clear, consumer-friendly rules and regulations. However, in the above example, where a property owner really "knows" that they have lead paint on a 1960-1978 building, what's wrong with taking the special precautions that the regulations require???

If this blog is truly about cost-effective lead poisoning prevention, then I am confused why you would not support requirements for taking appropriate safety measures when doing maintenance on a property known to contain toxic pollutant...hmmmm....

Given the confusion that will occur from having a multiplicity of different rules, it's best if states and localities adopt the federal standards. That way trained workers can work in many communities to a single standard.

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