RRP Enforcement Has Started, But You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet!
Legitimate and professional contractors seeking to level the playing field of doing business have been expressing their desire for enforcement of the new EPA RRP rule. Their biggest gripe has been that those not following the rule maintain a pricing advantage because those who do comply must include the additional related overhead, material and labor costs. This concern is further validated because the EPA so far has done little in the way of enforcement.
It will take time, but enforcement is on the way. Momentum in this area will likely be caused by the residual effects of the RRP rule, not because the EPA chooses to ramp up its enforcement efforts. Contractors and the EPA better get ready though. Catalysts like the ones listed below are coming and will force contractors to comply. At the same time these catalysts will increase the number of violations reported to and requiring action by the EPA and or by those states that have assumed administration and enforcement of the rule.
The list below includes titles for several other articles previously posted to RRPedia. Clicking on the titles will bring you to that article. Rather than make this article extremely long, readers can pick and choose which articles they would like to read. If you choose to read all or most of the articles, I suggest reading them in the order listed below.
Delegated States Likely Better Prepared To Enforce EPA RRP Rule
Doing EPA RRP Work? OSHA Will Be Watching For You.
Uninformed and Nervous Neighbors Will Keep RRP Renovators on Their Toes
Insurance companies Rethinking Coverage and Premiums Due to EPA RRP Rule
Contractors and Subs Doing EPA RRP Work Will Need to Work Things Out
Property Values and Equity Will Drop as a Result of the EPA RRP Rule
Home Inspectors Will Help Spread The News About The EPA RRP Rule
Banks And Other Lenders Are Starting to Find Out About the EPA RRP Rule Too.