EPA RRP Rule Lead Certified Renovator Training for Corpus Christi, Texas

EPA RRP Rule Lead Certified Renovator Training in Corpus Christi, Texas

If you do any type of renovation work in the greater Corpus Christi area and have not yet taken the Lead Certified Renovator Training Course and have not yet received firm approval from the EPA, you are breaking the law.  That is the unfortunate truth.

The EPA’s final extended deadline for training passed on December 31, 2010 and now the EPA can fine contractors and sub-contractors for violating the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP Rule), which deals with Lead-Based Paint in Pre-1978 Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities.  Plus, the EPA has Three Full Years, from the time you finish each job, to audit your paperwork and make sure the RRP Rule was followed. 

Too many contractors are risking their businesses by ignoring this regulation.  The fines will be painful and the EPA is motivated to find, and fine, violators, since the EPA’s RRP Rule is self-funded through fines and registrations.  Obviously, when a contractor gets devastated by fines of up to $37,500.00 per violation per day, other contractors will frantically scramble to sign up for training.  But do YOU want to be that fined contractor? 

Think about it….How many Pre-1978 homes have you worked in since April 22, 2010, when the RRP Rule was enforced?  Every one of those jobs is subject to the EPA’s audit for Three Full Years!  How much risk exposure do you currently have?  Are you willing to keep on extending your risk and liability?  We are trying our best to keep you out of trouble.  Please let us help you.

To learn more about the EPA RRP Rule and the Expiration of the Deadlines, please see the detailed articles at www.LeadPaintProfessor.com.

The time for you to take the Lead Certified Renovator Training is NOW.  ConserveIQ and the “Lead Paint Professor” are now in the process of setting training dates for Corpus Christi, Texas.  These training classes will give you everything you need to comply with the RRP Rule.  Please call (713) 213-1205 or e-mail svongonten@conserveiq.com to pre-register for the training classes or to ask for more information about the RRP Rule.  We are here to help you.


EPA RRP Rule Lead Certified Renovator Training for Waco, Texas, Temple, Texas, and Killeen, Texas

EPA RRP Rule Lead Certified Renovator Training in Waco, Temple, and Killeen, Texas

If you do any type of renovation work in the greater Waco-Temple-Killeen area and have not yet taken the Lead Certified Renovator Training Course and have not yet received firm approval from the EPA, you are breaking the law.  That is the unfortunate truth.

The EPA’s final extended deadline for training passed on December 31, 2010 and now the EPA can fine contractors and sub-contractors for violating the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP Rule), which deals with Lead-Based Paint in Pre-1978 Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities.  Plus, the EPA has Three Full Years, from the time you finish each job, to audit your paperwork and make sure the RRP Rule was followed. 

Too many contractors are risking their businesses by ignoring this regulation.  The fines will be painful and the EPA is motivated to find, and fine, violators, since the EPA’s RRP Rule is self-funded through fines and registrations.  Obviously, when a contractor gets devastated by fines of up to $37,500.00 per violation per day, other contractors will frantically scramble to sign up for training.  But do YOU want to be that fined contractor? 

Think about it….How many Pre-1978 homes have you worked in since April 22, 2010, when the RRP Rule was enforced?  Every one of those jobs is subject to the EPA’s audit for Three Full Years!  How much risk exposure do you currently have?  Are you willing to keep on extending your risk and liability?  We are trying our best to keep you out of trouble.  Please let us help you.

To learn more about the EPA RRP Rule and the Expiration of the Deadlines, please see the detailed articles at www.LeadPaintProfessor.com.

The time for you to take the Lead Certified Renovator Training is NOW.  ConserveIQ and the “Lead Paint Professor” are now in the process of setting training dates for Waco-Temple-Killeen, Texas.  These training classes will give you everything you need to comply with the RRP Rule.  Please call (713) 213-1205 or e-mail svongonten@conserveiq.com to pre-register for the training classes or to ask for more information about the RRP Rule.  We are here to help you.


EPA RRP Rule Lead Certified Renovator Training in San Antonio, Texas

EPA RRP Rule Lead Certified Renovator Training in San Antonio, Texas

If you do any type of renovation work in the greater San Antonio area and have not yet taken the Lead Certified Renovator Training Course and have not yet received firm approval from the EPA, you are breaking the law.  That is the unfortunate truth.

The EPA’s final extended deadline for training passed on December 31, 2010 and now the EPA can fine contractors and sub-contractors for violating the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP Rule), which deals with Lead-Based Paint in Pre-1978 Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities.  Plus, the EPA has Three Full Years, from the time you finish each job, to audit your paperwork and make sure the RRP Rule was followed. 

Too many contractors are risking their businesses by ignoring this regulation.  The fines will be painful and the EPA is motivated to find, and fine, violators, since the EPA’s RRP Rule is self-funded through fines and registrations.  Obviously, when a contractor gets devastated by fines of up to $37,500.00 per violation per day, other contractors will frantically scramble to sign up for training.  But do YOU want to be that fined contractor? 

Think about it….How many Pre-1978 homes have you worked in since April 22, 2010, when the RRP Rule was enforced?  Every one of those jobs is subject to the EPA’s audit for Three Full Years!  How much risk exposure do you currently have?  Are you willing to keep on extending your risk and liability?  We are trying our best to keep you out of trouble.  Please let us help you.

To learn more about the EPA RRP Rule and the Expiration of the Deadlines, please see the detailed articles at www.LeadPaintProfessor.com.

The time for you to take the Lead Certified Renovator Training is NOW.  ConserveIQ and the “Lead Paint Professor” are now in the process of setting training dates for San Antonio, Texas.  These training classes will give you everything you need to comply with the RRP Rule.  Please call (713) 213-1205 or e-mail svongonten@conserveiq.com to pre-register for the training classes or to ask for more information about the RRP Rule.  We are here to help you.


EPA RRP Rule Lead Certified Renovator Training in Austin, Texas

Lead Certified Renovator Training in Austin, Texas

If you do any type of renovation work in the greater Austin area and have not yet taken the Lead Certified Renovator Training Course and have not yet received firm approval from the EPA, you are breaking the law.  That is the unfortunate truth.

The EPA’s final extended deadline for training passed on December 31, 2010 and now the EPA can fine contractors and sub-contractors for violating the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP Rule), which deals with Lead-Based Paint in Pre-1978 Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities.  Plus, the EPA has Three Full Years, from the time you finish each job, to audit your paperwork and make sure the RRP Rule was followed. 

Too many contractors are risking their businesses by ignoring this regulation.  The fines will be painful and the EPA is motivated to find, and fine, violators, since the EPA’s RRP Rule is self-funded through fines and registrations.  Obviously, when a contractor gets devastated by fines of up to $37,500.00 per violation per day, other contractors will frantically scramble to sign up for training.  But do YOU want to be that fined contractor? 

Think about it….How many Pre-1978 homes have you worked in since April 22, 2010, when the RRP Rule was enforced?  Every one of those jobs is subject to the EPA’s audit for Three Full Years!  How much risk exposure do you currently have?  Are you willing to keep on extending your risk and liability?  We are trying our best to keep you out of trouble.  Please let us help you.

To learn more about the EPA RRP Rule and the Expiration of the Deadlines, please see the detailed articles at www.LeadPaintProfessor.com.

The time for you to take the Lead Certified Renovator Training is NOW.  ConserveIQ and the “Lead Paint Professor” are now in the process of setting training dates for Austin, Texas.  These training classes will give you everything you need to comply with the RRP Rule.  Please call (713) 213-1205 or e-mail svongonten@conserveiq.com to pre-register for the training classes or to ask for more information about the RRP Rule.  We are here to help you.


EPA RRP Rule Lead Certified Renovator Training for Bryan, Texas and College Station, Texas

Lead Certified Renovator Training in Bryan-College Station, Texas

If you do any type of renovation work in the greater Bryan-College Station area and have not yet taken the Lead Certified Renovator Training Course and have not yet received firm approval from the EPA, you are breaking the law.  That is the unfortunate truth.

The EPA’s final extended deadline for training passed on December 31, 2010 and now the EPA can fine contractors and sub-contractors for violating the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP Rule), which deals with Lead-Based Paint in Pre-1978 Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities.  Plus, the EPA has Three Full Years, from the time you finish each job, to audit your paperwork and make sure the RRP Rule was followed. 

Too many contractors are risking their businesses by ignoring this regulation.  The fines will be painful and the EPA is motivated to find, and fine, violators, since the EPA’s RRP Rule is self-funded through fines and registrations.  Obviously, when a contractor gets devastated by fines of up to $37,500.00 per violation per day, other contractors will frantically scramble to sign up for training.  But do YOU want to be that fined contractor? 

Think about it….How many Pre-1978 homes have you worked in since April 22, 2010, when the RRP Rule was enforced?  Every one of those jobs is subject to the EPA’s audit for Three Full Years!  How much risk exposure do you currently have?  Are you willing to keep on extending your risk and liability?  We are trying our best to keep you out of trouble.  Please let us help you.

To learn more about the EPA RRP Rule and the Expiration of the Deadlines, please see the detailed articles at www.LeadPaintProfessor.com.

The time for you to take the Lead Certified Renovator Training is NOW.  ConserveIQ and the “Lead Paint Professor” are now in the process of setting training dates for Bryan-College Station, Texas.  These training classes will give you everything you need to comply with the RRP Rule.  Please call (713) 213-1205 or e-mail svongonten@conserveiq.com to pre-register for the training classes or to ask for more information about the RRP Rule.  We are here to help you.


EPA RRP Rule Lead Certified Renovator Training in Galveston, Texas

Lead Certified Renovator Training in Galveston, Texas

If you do any type of renovation work in the greater Galveston area and have not yet taken the Lead Certified Renovator Training Course and have not yet received firm approval from the EPA, you are breaking the law.  That is the unfortunate truth.

The EPA’s final extended deadline for training passed on December 31, 2010 and now the EPA can fine contractors and sub-contractors for violating the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP Rule), which deals with Lead-Based Paint in Pre-1978 Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities.  Plus, the EPA has Three Full Years, from the time you finish each job, to audit your paperwork and make sure the RRP Rule was followed. 

Too many contractors are risking their businesses by ignoring this regulation.  The fines will be painful and the EPA is motivated to find, and fine, violators, since the EPA’s RRP Rule is self-funded through fines and registrations.  Obviously, when a contractor gets devastated by fines of up to $37,500.00 per violation per day, other contractors will frantically scramble to sign up for training.  But do YOU want to be that fined contractor? 

Think about it….How many Pre-1978 homes have you worked in since April 22, 2010, when the RRP Rule was enforced?  Every one of those jobs is subject to the EPA’s audit for Three Full Years!  How much risk exposure do you currently have?  Are you willing to keep on extending your risk and liability?  We are trying our best to keep you out of trouble.  Please let us help you.

To learn more about the EPA RRP Rule and the Expiration of the Deadlines, please see the detailed articles at www.LeadPaintProfessor.com.

The time for you to take the Lead Certified Renovator Training is NOW.  ConserveIQ and the “Lead Paint Professor” are now in the process of setting training dates for Galveston, Texas.  These training classes will give you everything you need to comply with the RRP Rule.  Please call (713) 213-1205 or e-mail svongonten@conserveiq.com to pre-register for the training classes or to ask for more information about the RRP Rule.  We are here to help you.


The RRP Rule Extended Deadlines have Passed….Watch out for Enforcement!

The RRP Rule Extended Deadlines have Officially Passed!  Do NOT Be One of the Contractors who Gets Fined by the EPA

By Scott von Gonten, CGA, CGP, CR, CDST

Well, both of EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP Rule) Extended Deadlines have now officially passed and the EPA can now actively fine contractors and contracting companies for violations…and they will. 

What deadlines have passed?  How long do you have to worry about getting caught and fined?  What should you be doing?  What can you do to protect yourself from being fined?  Read more about protecting yourself and your business.


Document Package for the RRP Rule Is Available For You!

 

ConserveIQ RRP RULE DOCUMENT PACKAGE DVD

Finally, there is a complete RRP Rule Document Package that makes it easy for you to comply with the Lead-Based Paint Regulations!  

ConserveIQ now has an easy-to-use DVD that provides you all of the required RRP Rule document forms you will need to complete and maintain for three years in case the EPA audits your renovation projects. 

In addition to a listing of the DVD Contents, there are 19 RRP Rule Documents.  This DVD contains all of the forms you will need before the job begins, those you will need during the renovation, and those you will need after the renovation.

Order your ConserveIQ RRP Rule Document Package DVD today!



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RRP Rule-Violators Beware–The New Lead-Based Paint Rule and How It Affects You

RRP Rule-Violators Beware

The New Lead-Based Paint Rule and How It Affects You
By Scott von Gonten, CGA, CGP, CR, CDST

Many of our fellow contractors are currently violating the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP Rule).  That’s because they have either not heard of this new Federal Regulation or have heard about it, but are very confused about its details.  In fact, there has been so much misleading, and completely false, information published about this RRP Rule, no wonder people are frustrated.  This article will help you and other contractors clearly understand the RRP Rule and have a reliable resource for accurate answers. Read more about this Contractor article