Lead is lead, whether it is in pencils or organ pipes. So because of that it did run afoul of the new legislation regarding hazardous materials, and the disposal thereof.
Initially, lead in organ pipes was a no-no. But there was a great hue and cry about this from organbuilders and organ-lovers, and they took their case to the bureaucrats in Brussels. They told them that not only could they not build their organs to the same quality anymore, they could not even restore older organs, without throwing the old pipes. They also convinced these wise guys that organ pipes, if done right lasted longer than your typical i-pod. One last thing, they also persuaded these same folks that organbuilders did not as a habit, eat, drink or snort pipe lead, and that organbuilders after all generally lived a normal lifespan.
So, eventually at least organ pipes were exempted from the legislation. Everybody is now happy again, the universe is unfolding as it should.
However, I understand any electronics in pipe organs is still subject to the legislation. Electronic organs, of course, are subject to the legislation.