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EPA abandons lead clearance requirement; California risks forfeiting home-weatherization funds; Nevada's OSHA program told to ramp up citations; more
Ever since the EPA's Repair, Remodeling, and Painting (RRP) rule took effect in April 2010, remodelers around the country have been waiting expectantly for the agency to begin enforcement action against violators of its strict work-safety and record-keeping requirements.
Outsourcing paperwork with a PEO; high-school building program faces closure; defective-drywall guide raises eyebrows; more
Big builders push for energy-efficiency initiative; remodeling shows signs of rebound; San Francisco battles sewer sludge; more
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Lead-safe remodeling update; new energy code approved for 2012; error-minimizing tape measure coming soon
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