Published: Jan 2000
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The purpose of lead hazard control projects is to control or eliminate the source(s) of lead hazards. They do not include projects that are intended only to clean up lead-contaminated dust or soil without addressing the source(s). Proper planning will provide the basis for a well defined, effective, and cost efficient lead hazard control project. Planning will also assist the facility owner with prioritizing the areas that are the most hazardous and need to be addressed.