Maine Lead Disclosure Law
“An Act To Protect Maine Citizens from Lead Hazards that Harm Maine Children and Families” (Chapter 339, H.P. 1077–L.D. 1532)
To read this law, go to: www.maine.gov/dhhs/ehu
To view and/or print a copy of the federal pamphlet “Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home” click HERE
For specific questions for EPA’s New England office, call EPA staff at 617-918-1750. Visit EPA’s website at www.epa.gov/lead.
Where To Find Certified Lead-based Paint Risk Assessors, Inspectors, Abatement Contractors and Laboratories Accredited for Lead Sample Analysis.
HUD maintains a listing of certified firms and recognized laboratories for every state. The listing also includes accredited providers of training in lead-based paint activities. You can access the Lead Listing on the Internet at www.leadlisting.org or by telephone toll-free at 1-888-LEADLIST. This information is also available from the National Lead Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD, and it also includes a list of accredited providers of training in lead-based paint activities.
For More Information:
If you want copies of the lengthy regulation or have general questions, you can call the National Lead Information Center at (800)-424-LEAD, or TDD (800) 526-5456 for the hearing impaired. You can also download the regulation and other educational materials at www.hud.gov/lead