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Prop 65 & Buses, continued (from Feb.)




The right person to ask about this is Bill Verick, the lawyer
who used Prop. 65 to sue over diesel emissions in another context.
He's at 707-923-4001, or email at:   pjc @ igc.apc.org@net
There is currently a lawsuit under Prop. 65 against diesel
bus manufacturers. The best contact would be Craig Thompson
at the Calif. Attorney General's office: 916-327-7851.



---------------------- Forwarded by Lois Epstein on 02/24/97 01:29 PM
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From: David_Williams @ owr.ehnr.state.nc.us on 02/19/97 08:16 AM EST

Please respond to p2tech@great-lakes.net

To:   p2tech @ great-lakes.net
cc:    (bcc: Lois Epstein)
Subject:  Re: Prop 65 & Buses




What's Prop 65?

> From:          "Michael L. Carre" <mcarre@ix.netcom.com>
> To:            "Safety Listserver" <SAFETY@uvmvm.uvm.edu>,
>                "P2 Listserver" <p2tech@great-lakes.net>
> Subject:       Prop 65 & Buses
> Date:          Thu, 13 Feb 1997 16:51:12 -0800
> Reply-to:      p2tech@great-lakes.net

> Recently our vehicle maintenance manager approached me with a question
> regarding the California Proposition 65 and how it affects public
> transportation.  Our company operates a small fleet of buses for the
> retirement community we manage and we're in the process of acquiring some
> new vehicles from a company in Canada.  Their representative asked our
> vehicle manager what sort of Prop 65 signage he would like on the new
buses > (they are diesel).  So far I haven't been able to find anything
regarding > this issue from numerous sources.  Has anybody out there
tackled this issue
> yet?  Thanks in advance,
>
> Michael L. Carre
> Safety/Env Specialist
> mcarre@ix.netcom.com
>

David Williams
NC Division of Pollution Prevention & Environmental Assistance
P.O. Box 29569
Raleigh, NC 27626-9569
Tel:  (919) 715-6527
Fax:  (919) 715-6794
e-mail: david_williams@owr.ehnr.state.nc.us
Web site: http://owr.ehnr.state.nc.us/