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The EPA provides this guide to the Home Owner for help with mold and mildew in and around the home. This site is very helpful for flood victim's as well home owners who live in humid climats.
The Commonwealth's of Massachusetts has this new easy to read and understand brochure has information on what each Homeowner needs to know about Lead paint and how to safely delead a home.
Consumer's guide to Massachusetts requirements for carbon monoxide alarms. This guide is presented by the Department of Fire Services and answers frequently asked questions about carbon monoxide poisoning and carbon monoxide alarms.
The Environmental Protection Agency of the Federal Gov. has come out with a guide regarding pest control and pesticide safety in your home..
FEMA mold and mildew removal booklet for flood damaged homes.
Many people express interest in the availability of financial assistance for deleading. The following programs have been created to provide such assistance for qualifying Massachusetts property owners.
Removing lead paint from a home is often a costly and difficult undertaking. CTI's Get the Lead Out Program provides low-cost financing to owners of 1-4 family homes to remove lead paint and reduce the threat of lead paint poisoning in children.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has prepared consumer information to help you understand what mold is, how it can grow in your home, and the routine maintenance procedures you can follow to prevent mold problems, plus methods of removing mold already in your home.
HUDís informational flyer teaches you the facts about working safely with existing LEAD paint.
This section of HUD's website includes information on lead hazards, deleading, and federal regulations. It also includes a link to lead paint disclosure forms.
Informacio del plomo en espanol.
This site provides information about lead, lead hazards, and provides some simple steps to protect your family.
Puntos Principales del Captulo II del Codigo Sanitario del Estado
This site has general information about lead paint hazards and deleading, lists of licensed inspectors and financing programs, information on moderate risk deleading training, legal documents, and statistics regarding lead poisoning in Massachusetts.
The MA Deptartment of Environmental Protection has this list of sites which collect hazardous waste across the state, this list includes contact information as well.
This link is a must read for Landlords who heat with Oil. As of July 1, 2010 a new heating system upgrade and insurance law came into effect in Massachusetts. Visit this website to familiarize yourself with the new requirements for Oil line safety and new insurance requirements to cover clean up of possible leaks.
The MA sanitary code spells out everything a Lanlord needs to know in regards to Safe and Sanitary Housing requirements.
If you have medicine you don't need any longer or if you have old and outdated medication you should not discard of it in your household trash. To learn what you can do with it visit this site.
This guide to lead hazards in your home was produced by the United States Department of Housing and Community Development, the Department of Housing and Community Development and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. Learn how to identify lead hazards and how to minimize your risk of exposure.
Eligible Yarmouth Homeowners who are in a financial bind can now receive help with septic pumping costs. For details on this program follow this link.
Todo lo que usted debe saber sobre la eliminacin del plomo: Lo que usted necesita saber para solucionar el problema del plomo en su hogar de manera segura.