Lead paint is dangerous for a number of reasons, not only in homes, but in public spaces and offices as well. In 1977 the United States’ Consumer Product Safety Commission, or CPSC, created a ban on lead paint because of the dangerous effects it carried. Widely used lead paint is now classified as a hazardous material and has a history of causing lasting health effects on the general population. Lead surveys and exposure monitoring are frequently needed in construction settings as well as manufacturing and industrial processes involving lead-containing materials.
Why Choose RPF Environmental for Your Lead Inspection?
RPF Environmental has NH State Certified Lead Inspector and Lead Risk Assessor personnel that perform OSHA worker exposure surveys and EPA-related waste compliance for lead and lead-containing paint across all New England states. We currently do not conduct residential lead inspections in MA and ME.
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Lead Paint Testing
Lead paint testing and removal are one to the best ways we can protect ourselves from the devastating effects of lead paint exposure. RPF Environmental has been a leading provider of lead paint testing services in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and throughout the United States since 1991. Thus, you can trust our experience in performing effective lead and lead paint testing inspections and assessment.
Contact RPF Environmental now to get affordable and reliable lead testing and inspection services in the New England region and beyond!