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RE: Proactive Hazardous Material Management


B Plant has done an outstanding job with eliminating hazardous materials
and has excellent controls in place.  I just finished a thorough
analysis of chemical tracking at Hanford.  I can provide you with the
write up from B Plant if you'd like.  Let me know.

I'd be very interested to see what you're doing in this area as well.


> ----------
> From: 	Ronald_A_Del_Mar@RL.gov[SMTP:Ronald_A_Del_Mar@RL.gov]
> Sent: 	Friday, July 18, 1997 7:47 AM
> To: 	p2tech@great-lakes.net
> Subject: 	Proactive Hazardous Material Management
>      Does anybody know of examples of companies who have adopted
> proactive 
>      hazardous material management programs.  By proactive, I mean
> programs 
>      that place more emphasis on avoiding the use of hazardous
> materials, 
>      where appropriate, than on merely controlling the hazards
> associated 
>      with use of such materials; programs that encourage source
> reduction 
>      and product substitution during every stage of the requisitioning
>      process (e.g., during product  specification, procurement, 
>      review/approval).  What works and what doesn't work?  I'd
> appreciate 
>      any input.
>      Ron Del Mar
>      Fluor Daniel Northwest
>      P.O. Box 1050
>      Richland, WA 99252
>      (509) 376-1967
>      (509) 373-9519 (fx)
>      ronald_a_del_mar@rl.gov