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One of the safest and most effective ways to remove lead paint is to use a chemical paint stripper. The EPA certification programs do not ... Read On


Proving That Lead Pollution Hazards Can Be Treated

Lead Contamination Expert, James M. Barthel, Creator of ECOBOND™ Lead Defender™, Releases Independent Test Report Successfully Proving That Lead Pollution Hazards Can Be Treateds ... Read On


Lancaster County Lobbies to Pass Laws that Protect Children

Officials at Lancaster County are working to get state-level laws passed that protect children from the hazards of lead paint in their homes ... Read On



There is no silver-lining to lead poisoning. In fact, it is theorized that widespread lead poisoning had a hand in the fall of the Roman Empire. ... Read On


DIY Lead Paint Treatment and Removal Can Cause More Problems Than It Solves

If you currently own or are purchasing an older home, you probably know all about the risks of lead-based paint. You know that homes built before 1978. ... Read On



Even if a home does contain lead-based paint, if the condition of the paint is in fairly good shape, meaning there's no obvious peeling or ... Read On


Lead Poisoning Prevention Week Starts October 23rd 2016 -- Are Your Kids at Risk?

The Philadelphia Inquirer posted a story on October 2nd about the dangers of lead paint in homes built before 1978. Kevin Brasler, for Delaware Valley Consumers' Checkbook warns ... Read On


3 Lead Dust Containment Tips That Will Keep You Safe

Lead, despite being an extremely toxic substance, has been used all throughout our history. It's like we somehow forget, as a species, how poisonous it is, then we remember.. Read On

EPA & State Lead-Safe Certified Contractors

Protect your family from lead paint by hiring a lead-safe certified company.

When hiring a contractor, ask to see their RRP lead-safe certification. 


The RRP lead-safe certification is an EPA or state issued certificate showing that they have been trained to work around lead paint in a safe and professional manner. Certified contractors have been trained to minimize the disturbance of lead paint, and to contain any lead paint dust that might be disturbed while working. This results in keeping your family safe from exposure.


The Lead-Safe List features many of these EPA and State Lead-Safe Certified Firms in an easy to use directory. Start by choosing a state and select any county you are looking to hire from.



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