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Everhome wants paint inventoried

I was just sent a memo regarding Everhome Mortgage's new requirements for removing paint. We are to take the regular before and during pics, then before actually taking it away, they want us to inventory it (break it down by latex/oil...) then show specifically where the various cans show up on our dump receipt.
I don't get paid a red penny extra for removing paint as opposed to any other debris to begin with. Now, of course they won't pay any more for this extra paperwork and labor either. Paint is THE hardest thing there is to dispose of anyway. Yea, let's make it a little more of a pain in the tailpipe! I'm thinking of saving all my paint until I have enough to fill a 53 footer, then have it shipped to them if they care so much about it.
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Send them a memo

Stating it is your company policy to not handle paint or other materials deemed hazardous by local, state or federal statutes. Finished business.
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I got the same memo, BS! If its just a few cans, they will disappear. We always dispose properly, but Aint nobody got time fo dat! Put them in boxes, tubs, whatever you find. And still charge it to the cube count of course...:whis tling2:
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I was just sent a memo regarding Everhome Mortgage's new requirements for removing paint. We are to take the regular before and during pics, then before actually taking it away, they want us to inventory it (break it down by latex/oil...) then show specifically where the various cans show up on our dump receipt.
I don't get paid a red penny extra for removing paint as opposed to any other debris to begin with. Now, of course they won't pay any more for this extra paperwork and labor either. Paint is THE hardest thing there is to dispose of anyway. Yea, let's make it a little more of a pain in the tailpipe! I'm thinking of saving all my paint until I have enough to fill a 53 footer, then have it shipped to them if they care so much about it.
Sounds to me like your client is billing their client extra for the oil based paints you are disposing of for free.

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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Sounds to me like your client is billing their client extra for the oil based paints you are disposing of for free.

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mtmtnman, you obviously are mistaken. For something like that to be happening the client would have to be willfully committing fraud on a federal level, and that is against the law.
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mtmtnman, you obviously are mistaken. For something like that to be happening the client would have to be willfully committing fraud on a federal level, and that is against the law.
Lol! Wouldn't be the 1st time they committed fraud.....
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