Frequently asked questions about RRP

| February 27, 2011 | Comments (13)

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As a moderator of two popular construction forums, Painttalk and RemodelCrazy, I see many contractors who are confused about the new EPA RRP Rule implemented last year. The rules have changed since many of us took the training and it is difficult to keep up, and there is a lot of misinformation out there.

Recently, I had the opportunity on behalf of American Painting Contractor magazine to ask a panel of RRP experts some of the most common questions that I hear about RRP.

Click here to see the Questions and Answers.

Thanks to American Painting Contractor magazine for the opportunity to help contractors educate themselves!

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Category: EPA RRP, Pre-1978 Home?

About Chris: Avid blogger and social media nut, writes prolifically for several industry magazines and blogs. Owns and operates RC Painting with husband Rob. View author profile.

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  1. Scott Burt says:

    Great job with the Q&A, Chris! RRP is one of those topics that calls for alot of clarification for contractors to even understand the basics of the legislation. Thanks!

  2. Alec says:

    I’ve had the opportunity to read lots of info on the RRP fiasco over at PT, and the more I read the more confused I get! Thankfully we don’t have to worry about that kind of thing over here (yet)!

  3. Great blog post about the EPA RRP Rule. It must been a huge opportunity to speak in front of the panel of RRP experts.

  4. Ann Jones says:

    To even understand the basics of the legislation, Im glad I bump into this post. Thanks for the Q&A.

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