EPA Fines Remodeling Company with $69,398
The U.S. EPA has fined a Portland, Oregon based remodeling firm, Hammer & Hand Inc...
Don't Throw Away Those Coffee Grounds!
Some people recycle their coffee grounds as plant fertilizer. Maybe water...
Sears Settles with EPA Over Lead-Safe Practices
The retail giant will have to pay a $400,000 civil penalty and implement a...
Connecticut Sees 1,500 New Cases of Lead Poisoning in Kids
Children younger than age 6 tested positive for lead poisoning in 2014, according to the latest numbers from the state Department of Public Health. Health officials say that the number could be even higher.
Landlord Settles Claims He Filed False Lead Paint Compliance Forms
The Vermont Attorney General’s Office has ordered a local landlord to pay a $20,000 penalty after having settled claims he filed false lead paint compliance documents.
Their Soil Toxic, 1,100 Indiana Residents Scramble to Find New Homes
In a situation echoing the crisis in Flint, Mich., a housing complex’s poor,...
EPA Pushes Oregon to Toughen Lead Paint Contracting Rules
The EPA wants Oregon to fix rules that limit penalties against contractors working...
EPA Fines Four Companies $350K for Lead-Paint Violations
Three businesses in New Hampshire and one in California cited for compliance failures
Six Steps to a Lead-Safe Jobsite
Containment and cleanup can safeguard clients and their children, but are we doing...
How Pigeons Could Be the Key to Finding Lead in Homes
Researchers find these urban nuisances might aid in monitoring human health hazards.