A $49 investment may prevent a $32,500 fine
November 17, 2010
Perhaps the most complicated part of the new Renovate, Repair, and Paint (RRP) Rule is that the EPA requires renovators to create comprehensive records detailing their work practices on each job and maintain those records for three years.
Lead Records’ Lead Records Organizer takes the complication out of RRP recordkeeping. This comprehensive guide to fulfilling the EPA’s recordkeeping requirements contains a complete set of forms that cover all the contingencies that a renovator is likely to encounter. Lead Records Organizer also includes easy-to-follow instructions that step the renovator through the recordkeeping requirements at each stage of the project, and which forms are required in which situation.