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New EPA Rule: Levels of Lead in Dust
New EPA Rule: Levels of Lead in Dust

The EPA Rules Hazard Standards and Clearance Levels for Lead in Dust Lead-containing dust can be linked to deteriorating lead paint from old surfaces, (e.g., window frames, sills, and doors), paint that is disturbed during building repair, lead dust that migrating from ...

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