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Water borned traffic paint



Bruce,

I saw your e-mail to Alok about your switch in Cincinnati from solvent to
water borned traffic paints.  I work for Montana State University's
Extension Service as part of the Peaks to Prairies Center.  We are
currently in the process of obtaining information and resources about
pollution prevention in the construction and autobody sectors (industries)
as one of nine Centers networked nationally to form EPA's Pollution
Prevention Resource Exchange (P2Rx).  

Each regional Center is developing a database designed as a "first-stop
shopping" clearinghouse for P2 resources and contacts for specific sectors.
 Although both the construction and autobody industries include many areas,
we are not limiting our initial search for resources.

Therefore, I was wondering if I could get some information from you as well
about your traffic paints in Cincinnati?  Also, do you have other resources
available for either industry we are interested in?  Resources can be in a
variety of formats including:  books, videos, publications, websites,
train-the-trainer programs, etc.

Please let me know if you have any questions.  Best Wishes,

Kevin
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Kevin McMindes
Montana State University Extension Service
PO Box  173580                          (888) MSU-6872 (toll-free in MT)
Bozeman, MT  59717-3580         (406) 994-3451
Fax: (406) 994-5417                   E-mail: mcmindes@montana.edu

Peaks to Prairies Center:  http://www.montana.edu/wwwpeaks
Healthy Indoor Air for America's Homes:  http://www.montana.edu/wwwcxair
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