EPA Penalizes Home Renovators in Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska for Lead-Based Paint Violations


LENEXA, KAN. (NOV. 14, 2023) – Five Midwest home renovation companies have agreed to pay over $38,000 collectively in penalties to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to resolve alleged violations of the federal Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).

EPA has found that the following companies failed to comply with regulations that reduce the hazards of lead-based paint exposure during renovations:

  • Astoria Design Build LLC in Mission, Kansas
  • CAM Home Contracting LLC in St. Louis, Missouri
  • DRS Contracting LLC in Springfield, Missouri
  • Davis Contracting LLC in Omaha, Nebraska
  • Dynasty Restoration Inc. in Omaha, Nebraska

According to EPA, among other alleged violations, each of the companies performed renovations on properties built prior to 1978 without an EPA-certified renovator, as required by federal law. For the full text, click here.