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Regulations & Resources

Review the various environmental regulations, rules and resources we have gathered below to assist in your environmental education certification or abatement and cleanup project.

Federal Regulations

U.S. Housing and Urban Renewal HUD

This web page has links Title X Regulations which are a part of the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act. http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/program_offices/healthy_homes/enforcement/regulations

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA

This web page explains the threats of lead, where it can be found typically, information about renovating buildings built before 1978, as well as information on child lead poisoning.
This web page has a list of the EPA’s most current federal regulations including Statutory Authority, Final Regulations and Policy, and Regulations Under Development.

U.S. Department of Labor DOL

This web page has Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA guidelines for the construction industry. The link below goes to regulation 1926.62 Safety and Health Regulations for Construction.

By State

New York

New York State Department of Health DOH

This web page lists laws and regulations that pertain to lead prevention and, as well as lead poisoning, web links and information. http://www.health.state.ny.us/environmental/lead/laws_and_regulations/

New York State Homes and Community Renewal DHCR

This web page provides lists of certified lead contractors, educational materials about lead

New Jersey

New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services

This web page has state information regarding child lead poisoning prevention, NJ Department of Community Affairs (NJDCA) 
This web page has information provided by the State of New Jersey, with links to local lead contractors, certified training providers, educational materials, among other resources.
This an Adobe PDF file that links to New Jersey’s Administrative Code 5:17 Lead Hazard Evaluation and Abatement Code. 

Contact Us Today

If you have any additional questions on various regulations and laws pertaining to environmental hazards, like lead, asbestos and mold, contact Environmental Education Associates today. We’ll be able to certify you and your team to handle these materials safely.