EPA Again Seeks To Delay Decision On Lead Rule For Commercial Buildings

March 14, 2018
Nearly a year after missing a court deadline, EPA is renewing its calls to indefinitely delay a decision on whether it must regulate lead-based paint in public and commercial (P&C) buildings, even as it faces a steep deadline later this month to propose a companion measure updating its standards for lead paint in residential buildings. In a Feb. 22 status update filed late last month in New York Coalition to End Lead Poisoning v. EPA , agency lawyers reiterated their...

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