Regulatory Development and Retrospective Review Tracker
Lead; Renovation, Repair, and Painting Program for Public and Commercial Buildings
a.k.a. LRRP Public & Commercial Buildings
RIN: 2070-AJ56 (What's this?)
Current Phase: Pre-Proposal (What's this?)
Section 402(c)(3) of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) requires EPA to regulate renovation or remodeling activities that create lead-based paint hazards in target housing (most pre-1978 housing), pre-1978 public buildings, and commercial buildings.
|ANPRM: Sent to OMB for Regulatory Review||03/26/2010|
|ANPRM: Received by OMB||03/30/2010|
|ANPRM: Regulatory Review Concluded||04/22/2010|
|ANPRM: Published in FR||05/06/2010|
|ANPRM: Comment Period Open||05/06/2010|
|ANPRM: Comment Period Closed||07/06/2010|
|Notice: Published in FR||12/31/2012|
|Notice: Comment Period Open||12/31/2012|
|Notice: Comment Period Closed||04/01/2013|
|Notice2: Comment Period Open||05/13/2013|
|Notice2: Published in FR||05/13/2013|
|: Public Meeting||06/26/2013|
|Notice2: Comment Period Closed||07/12/2013|
|NPRM: Published in FR||07/2015 (projected)|
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