The New England office of College Pro Painters in Woburn has been fined by the EPA for allegedly failing to tell homeowners and tenants that the work they were about to perform could create lead paint exposure. The EPA is enforcing a regulation that requires contractors to inform homeowners of the hazards. Last month, the EPA and the company reached a settlement, which requires the company to pay a $7,200 civil penalty and spend another $65,000 to replace or restore windows at the Harvard Hillel Children’s School in Cambridge.
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