1. What is the purpose of the RRP Rule?
2. What does the RRP Rule require?
3. Who is covered by the RRP Rule?
4. Is it a violation of the RRP Rule for a homeowner to hire a firm that is not certified?
5. How much will it cost contractors to comply with the RRP Rule?
6. What records will my firm be required to keep?
7. Will insurance premiums go up for contractors that work in homes and child-occupied facilities?
8. Is there any one document that includes the latest version of the RRP rule with all amendments?
9. If there are differences among EPA’s, HUD’s, and my State’s requirements, which ones do I have to comply with?
10. Do the asbestos abatement workers also need to comply with the RRP rule?
11. Does the RRP Rule apply to states and local governments?
12. I am planning to renovate my home. How can I find a lead-safe certified firm?
13. How to identify whether the firm is lead-safe certified or not?
14. How long will it take EPA to process my application to be a lead-safe certified firm?
15. I am a renovation firm. What should I do if all certified renovator classes near me are full?
16. I am a firm and there are no training providers offering classes near me. What do I do?
17. My state will adopt its own lead RRP program. Do I have to also be certified by EPA?
18. How can I find a certified renovation firm in my area?
19. Can a firm that has not received certification from EPA work on pre-1978 properties?