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EPA Lead Paint Training in Spartanburg

The HBA of Greater Spartanburg is hosting the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lead paint training that is required of all builders, remodelers and subcontractors who disturb paint and dust in all buildings built before 1978 and that house or occupy children and pregnant women.

The EPA extended the enforcement of this rule until October 1 because of many issues raised by the NAHB and individual states. Don’t delay getting this required training. Seating is limited so register for the training today!

September 23, 2010
EPA Lead-based Safety for Renovation, Repair, and Painting
Contact: 864-583-5471 or www.hbaspartanburg.com

Download a registration form here!

Other training sessions are offered through the SC Technical College System. Contact your local Technical college for more information.

For more information about the EPA lead paint rule, visit www.nahb.org. You must logon to the NAHB website to view this content.




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