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Cleanup, Disposal & Clearance Chapter 8 Lead Abatement for Workers Course 1.

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1 Cleanup, Disposal & Clearance Chapter 8 Lead Abatement for Workers Course 1

2 Learning Objectives u In this Chapter you will learn ü The importance of good cleanup ü What cleanup materials to use ü How to do daily cleanup ü How to do final cleanup ü What the clearance levels are ü How to handle waste ü How to dispose of hazardous waste 2

3 When should cleanup happen? u Before u During u After abatement/interim controls 3

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6 Lead dust is difficult to remove because: u It is fine u It may not be visible u It sticks to surfaces u It has to be rubbed off u It collects and packs into cracks 6

7 Demonstration: How much “lead dust” does it take to poison a child?

8 Cleanup Materials u Protective suit and respirator u Work gloves and eye protection u Hand-pumped water sprayer u Labeled heavy-duty plastic bags (6 mil poly) u HEPA vacuum cleaner u Cleaner u Sponges, rags, mops u Special containers for hazardous waste (if needed) 7

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10 Daily Cleanup u Leave enough time at the end of the day for daily cleanup u Helps keep lead dust levels down u Required by OSHA u Makes final cleanup easier 9

11 Cleanup Steps uWrap up and label large debris 11

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13 Cleanup Steps uWet mop the floor; bag and label small debris uHEPA vacuum all surfaces 13

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16 Cleanup Steps u Check poly and repair any tears or rips 16

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18 Final Cleanup u Three stages 1 Special cleaning  HEPA vacuum all surfaces/ Wet Wash/HEPA 2 Painting and resealing 3 HEPA/Wet Wash/HEPA (again) 18

19 Final Cleanup u Phase 1 of final cleanup ü Wait at least one hour before beginning stage one of final cleanup; By then all airborne dust should have settled. 19

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33 Final Cleanup u Visual Inspection ü A certified lead-based paint inspector or risk assessor will  Check the surfaces that were abated  Look for dust 33

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35 Final Cleanup u Stage 2: Painting and sealing ü All abated surfaces should be primed or sealed 35

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37 Final Cleanup u Stage 3: Repeat special cleaning ü Wait at least hours after painting/sealing before beginning stage 3 ü Repeat  HEPA vac  Wet wash  HEPA vac cleaning on all surfaces 37

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42 Final Clearance 42

43 CAREFUL CLEANUP = SUCCESSFUL CLEARANCE SAMPLES! 43

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46 Waste Disposal u In many States, residential lead abatement or renovation debris is not hazardous waste ü Careful handling of all LBP waste is important! u In some States, the waste must be tested to see if it’s hazardous using the TCLP (Toxicity Characteristic Leachate Procedure) Hazardous Waste 46

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49 Hazardous Waste Disposal u Separate the waste u Store it in special containers in a secure area. u Use a licensed transporter u Take it to a licensed disposal site u Use a hazardous waste manifest 49


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