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RE: shooting/rifle ranges



Wendy,

You may want to contact the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) 
near Savannah.  A couple of years back they were working on a project to 
address environmental and health & safety issues related to firing ranges. 
 The WWW has a phone number of (912) 267-2100 - you can ask for the 
Environmental Manager - possibly in the Facilities Management Division. 
 Good luck -

Rich

Richard Dooley
Environmental Analyst

NAHB Research Center
400 Prince George's Boulevard
Upper Marlboro, MD  20774
301-430-6242-ph
301-430-6183-fax
rdooley@nahbrc.org

On Friday, December 15, 2000 2:27 PM, Wendy Fitzner 
[SMTP:Fitznerw@state.mi.us] wrote:
> Hi P2 techers,
> I give up searching the P2 tech archives, so perhaps someone out there 
remembers this P2 tech conversation... about a year and a half ago, there 
was some discussion about shooting ranges, and cleaning up lead buck shot, 
or avoiding the problem of contaminated soils at rifle ranges.  Does anyone 
recall the discussion or have information on places where this has been 
addressed?  Any leads (or a p2 tech archives search lesson) would be 
appreciated.  Thanks!
>
> Wendy
>
> Wendy Fitzner, Chief
> Program Management Unit
> Pollution Prevention Section
> Environmental Assistance Division
> Michigan DEQ
> P.O. Box 30457
> 2nd Floor Town Center, 333 S. Capitol
> Lansing, MI  48909-7957
> 517-373-8798
> 517-335-4729 (fax)
> fitznerw@state.mi.us
>
>