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PUBLIC LAW 102-139—OCT. 28, 1991 105 STAT. 765 legal means prior to September 1, 1992, and as long as such alternatives remain available. Any facility or technology used by the MWRA shall meet all applicable Federal and State environmental requirements. Any facility or technology must be on-line when a contract between the MWRA and NEFCO, which is responsible for the marketing and disposal of sludge, expires in 1995. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS During fiscal year 1992, notwithstanding any other provision of law, average employment in the headquarter's offices of the Environmental Protection Agency shall not exceed: (1) 51 workyears for the Immediate Office of the Administrator, (2) 45 workyears for the Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs, (3) 77 workyears for the Office of Communications and Public Affairs, (4) 187 workyears for the Office of General Counsel, (5) 61 workyears for the Office of International Activities, (6) 32 workyears for the Office of Federal Activities, (7) 259 workyears for the Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation, and (8) 1,386 workyears for the Office of Administration and Resources Management. The Administrator shall establish, within sixty days of enactment of this Act, a new staff of 5 workyears within the Immediate Office of the Administrator, which shall be responsible for guiding, directing, and mediating all policy activities associated with Pollution Prevention. The Pollution Prevention Policy Council shall be chaired by the Deputy Administrator, LEAD ABATEMENT TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION Not later than twelve months after the date of enactment of this Act, the Administrator of EPA shall, in consultation with the Secretary of Labor, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and the Secretary of Health and Human Services (acting through the Director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) promulgate final regulations governing leadbased paint abatement activities to ensure that individuals engaged in such activities are properly trained; that training programs are accredited; that contractors engaged in such activities are certified; and that laboratories engaged in testing for substances that may contain lead-based paint are certified. Labor. Regulations. 42 USC 4822 note. TRAINING GRANTS Grants for training and education of workers who are or may directly be engaged in lead-based paint abatement activities shall be administered by the Environmental Protection Agency. Such grants shall be awarded to nonprofit organizations engaged in lead-based paint abatement activities with demonstrated experience in implementing and operating worker health and safety lead-based paint abatement training and education programs and with a demonstrated ability to reach and involve in lead-based paint training programs target populations of workers who are or will be directly engaged in lead-based paint abatement activities. Grants shall be awarded only to those organizations which fund at least 30 percent of their lead-based paint abatement training programs from non- Federal sources, excluding in-kind contributions. 42 USC 4822 note.