Eco Commercial Painting
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Connecticut law bans the
unauthorized manufacture or compounding, possession, control, sale,
delivery, or administration of any “restricted substance. ” It defines
restricted substances as amyl nitrite and specific volatile substances if
they are sold, compounded, possessed or controlled, or delivered or
administered to another person for breathing, inhaling, sniffing, or
drinking to induce a stimulant, depressant, or hallucinogenic effect.
Violators can be fined up to $ 100.
www.paintcenter.org/ Almost every household has some
type of hazardous waste. All painting jobs create waste that can be
harmful if handled or discarded improperly. When paint, paint waste or
rinse-water enters the storm water system, it drains directly into local
streams and rivers without water treatment. Aside from causing
environmental damage, improper disposal of paint and paint waste violates
state, federal, and local laws,
Pollutants, Chemicals and Toxic
A new state law requires that Massachusetts home buyers be informed of potential hazards from lead paint in houses built before 1978.
The statute, which went
into effect Friday, requires that sellers or real estate
agents notify prospective buyers before a purchase-and-sale
agreeement is signed. The Department of Public Health
recommends that notification take place as early as possible
in the transaction, preferably before an offer to purchase the
property is tendered.