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GLIN==> Impacts of old tires in a freshwater environment



Posted on behalf of John J. Urbanski Jr.
<urbanski@sugar-land.oilfield.slb.com>

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Does anyone have any information on this subject?  If so I was hoping you
could pass it on to me.  I am part of a fishing club and we have two lakes
(about 300 million gallons of water each) and they both have extensive
amounts of old tires in them.  Some members of our club would like to remove
the tires but others do not unless they are impacting the environment and/or
fish.  Any information you have would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
        John Urbanski



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John J. Urbanski Jr, C.I.D.
   CAD Technician II
   Electrical / PWB Designer

Schlumberger Oilfield Services
  Sugar Land Product Center (SPC)      Phone:  281.285.7530
  Formation Evaluation - LWD               Fax:       281.285.4344
  110 Schlumberger Drive, MD 110-4     Home:  281.216.9327
  Sugar Land, TX 77478 USA
urbanski@sugar-land.oilfield.slb.com
  Room: 2320A
http://www.schlumberger.com
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