Use the documents attached below to apply for RiverSmart Rewards and the Clean River Impervious Area Charge (IAC) Incentive Program.
District of Columbia Accredited Training Providers - Lead-Based Paint
Attached below is the list of buildings, listed as over 50,000 gross square feet in the DC property tax records, that have to report benchmarking data for calendar year 2020, by April 1, 2021. Note that exemptions processed since the publication of this list have not been removed.
Entitles District tenants to live in a property that is free of lead-based paint hazards, including in common areas, such as halls, laundry rooms, and entrance to the building.
Select the link below for application forms for use by individuals (dust sampling technicians, workers, supervisors, risk assessors, inspectors, project designers) and business entities.
Regulations implementing the Lead-Hazard Prevention and Elimination Act were published in the July 26, 2013, issue of the D.C. Register, and become effective as of that date, as well as the amendments to the lead screening and reporting regulations, also published in the same issue.
Flow of activities in participation in the Voluntary Cleanup Program.
The 2021 Building Energy Performance Standards effective January 1, 2021, have been established with the final rulemaking posted in the...