Monday, December 28, 2015

Locate Certified Renovation Firm

Locate US EPA certified renovation firms by clicking here.

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Report Environmental Violations On-Line - US EPA

It is possible to report Environmental Violations online by clicking here.

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NCHH

Here is the link to NCHH webpage.

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Lead Safe Illinois

Here is the link to Lead Safe Illinois.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Important RRP Announcements

Renovator certification expiration date

Renovator certification is typically for 5 years from the date of course completion. However, the EPA has extended recertification requirements as follows: Individuals who complete a renovator course accredited by EPA or an EPA authorized program on or before March 31, 2010, must complete a renovator refresher course accredited by EPA or an EPA authorized program on or before March 31, 2016, to maintain renovator certification. Individuals who completed a renovator course accredited by EPA or an EPA authorized program between April 1, 2010 and March 31, 2011, will have one year added to their original 5-year certification. All other individuals must take a 4-hour refresher course their renovator certificate within the 5-year from an EPA accredited renovator training provider before the 5 year period expires. Renovators will have to take the 8-hour course if they fail to take the refresher training before the expiration of their current certificate. For more information click here.

Certified Firm recertification instructions

EPA instruction for recertification are linked here (See Step 2). Remember apply early (90 days or more), your new certification begins when the old one expires. Apply for EPA Certified Firm's certification on-line linked here.

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