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RE: Pollution Prevention in Chemistry Labs: Microchemistry

Scott and all..

Actually, I still have a few hard copies available.  In the spirit of
P2, check out the electronic version first.  If you like what's there
and would liike a hard copy to use or share with others, please send me
your address and I will put one in the mail for you.  Thanx!

 Jill Engel-Cox
  Pollution Prevention Coordinator
  Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  509.376.6663 FAX

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Robert S Butner [SMTP:rs_butner@pnl.gov]
	Sent:	Tuesday, February 24, 1998 6:50 AM
	To:	p2tech@great-lakes.net
	Subject:	Re: Pollution Prevention in Chemistry Labs:

	     Catherine Zimmer of MnTAP asks:
	     > Has anyone on the server worked with a local high/Middle
school on 
	     > P2 in the chemistry class and lab.  Have they put
together P2-type 
	     > experiments?  
	     Catherine --
	     One of the documents that Doug Kievit-Kylar mentioned in
his reply, 
	     "Laboratory Waste Minimization and Pollution Prevention: A
Guide for 
	     Teachers."  is available online at:
	     It was put together by some colleagues here at Pacific NW
	     Laboratory a while back and has been used by a lot of
teachers to
	     P2 in high school and middle school labs.  It was produced
as a public 
	     service by the Lab, but due to high demand, we've run out
of hard
	     Hope you'll take advantage of the online version.
	     Hope this helps!
	     Scott Butner   (rs_butner@pnl.gov)    
	     Senior Research Scientist
	     Environmental Technology Division
	     Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 
	     4000 NE 41st Street
	     Seattle, WA  98105
	     voice: 206-528-3290     fax: 206-528-3552