Environmental Training Institute

Massachusetts number one school for professionals in the lead abatement industry.

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We know you are busy and time is valuable.  Our courses are quick and effective, saving you time and money.

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Our classes are easy to follow and our instructors are experts and friendly.  We make this easy so you can get certified quickly.

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Reach out to us anytime via email or phone. We love to help.  We are lead paint specialist who were once students.  We understand.

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Training Videos

How to Remove and Contain Lead Paint - This Old House

Lead paint abatement specialist Ron Peik shows the safe, proper way to dispose of lead paint. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)

Shopping List for How to Remove and Contain Lead Paint:

  • TSP cleanser, used to wash all room surfaces after all lead paint has been removed
  • tarps, used to protect floor and contain lead-paint dust
  • fiberglass insulation, used to fill the voids around windows prior to replacing the trim

Tools for How to Remove and Contain Lead Paint:

  • paint scrapers
  • HEPA vacuum, used to collect lead
  • paint dust
  • hammer
  • pry bar

Testimonials

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Millions of U.S. Homes still have lead paint somewhere in them.  We need more inspectors and more abatement professionals.

Pre-1978 homes make up about 71 percent of the housing stock in Massachusetts.

While much of the inspection data from the 1980s and ’90s isn’t available in a digital format, DPH records indicate that 335,521 homes have been inspected for lead. That’s just 17 percent of all homes built prior to 1978. Additionally, the Department of Public Health estimates 90 percent of pre-1978 housing stock in Massachusetts has yet to report any deleading activity.

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About ETI

ETI was founded in 2009 to help promote quality in environmental training and to provide an ongoing partnership by supplying continuing support to our customers after the training has been taken.

Reach us at: 781-569-6050

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