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From The Poughkeepsie Journal:
Michael Shultz, owner of Millbrook Electric in the Town of Washington, says he carries a test kit to determine if lead-based paint is present before he starts a job. / Lee ferris/poughkeepsie Journal
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Posted at 11:21 AM in EPA RRP Rule, Lead, RRP Lead-Safe | Permalink
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05/16/2011 at 10:41 AM
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