The debate between government regulation and the rights of private companies will never end, yet time and time again it has been shown that poor regulation results in consumers and citizens getting hurt if businesses are not forced to take precautions.
Case in point: Lead is still the United States number one environmental health risk and the FTC was forced to recall millions of toys. Lead-based paint is in three out of four of homes, apartment buildings, and condos that were built before 1978.
Why is lead so bad for people? Well, lead causes neurological damage, renal disease, cardiovascular effects, and reproductive toxicity. A child who has been exposed to lead can die very quickly. The EPA created a bunch of new standards and rules for contractors and builders who use lead. Many within the industry are moaning and groaning, of course.
So how can you be sure the levels of lead are acceptable if you are in the industry? You need an affordable yet effective
lead test kit to make sure you are within regulations. A hi-fi lead test kit should confirm if the materials contain lead, and be able to test paint, household items, and building materials with swabs in under 30 seconds.
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