Lead Paint XRF Testing For Demolished BuildingsAuthor: Pacific Northwest Inspections Group, LLC Date: 28-Aug-2015. Category: Lead Paint Add to Favorites
City of Sammamish requires Lead Paint testing for all Demolition projects. In Sammamish as a condition of permit, the Owner / Applicant / Contractor is responsible for complying with Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (206-343-8800) requirements pursuant to Washington Administrative Code Section 173-400-075 regarding the removal of “friable asbestos”.
Lead paint test is required:
If lead has been determined to be present, then as a condition of the demolition permit the following will be required by the applicant:
Provide advanced community notification with actual demolition dates.
Control dust using water from a water truck or existing water services. If you do not have water service, you must obtain a water connection.
If no water source of connection is available, you may apply for a hydrant permit to use water temporarily from a hydrant.
Using fencing and other barriers to control the spread of dust during and after demolition.
Protect the stormwater drainage system from sediment-laden runoff and loose particles. To the extent possible, use dikes, berms or other methods to protect overland discharge paths from runoff.
Sweep streets gutters, sidewalks, driveways and other paved surfaces in the immediate area of the demolition daily to collect and properly dispose of loose debris and garbage.
Keep children and other pedestrians away from the site.
Asbestos removal and disposal shall be performed in accordance with Puget Sound Clean Air Agency requirements and State Law