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Re: Information on P2 in Highschool Chemistry Labs




This is a helpful website
http://www.cheminfonet.org/
and includes information on ordering copies of David Dougan's "40 Low-Waste,
Low Risk Chemistry Labs," 1997.

"Chemical Waste Minmization in the Educational Laboratory" by Argonne
National Laboratory-East and the Illinois Waste Management and Reseach
Center, 1999-2000 can be found at http://www.anl.gov/P2/library.htm

EPA Region 1 has some case studies and factsheets on the topic, visit
http://www.epa.gov/region01/children/schools.html

Karen Thomas
NEWMOA
129 Portland Street
Boston, MA 02114
617-367-8558


----- Original Message -----
From: <Buxbaum.Diane@epamail.epa.gov>
To: "'P2TECH'" <p2tech@great-lakes.net>
Cc: <Ippolito.Teresa@epamail.epa.gov>; <Musumeci.Grace@epamail.epa.gov>;
<Gorman.John@epamail.epa.gov>; <Janet_Sapadin@mindspring.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 2:04 PM
Subject: Information on P2 in Highschool Chemistry Labs


> Does anyone have anything more recent that the 1989 document that is
> referred to in this series of emails?  If you do, please contact me, and
> Teresa Ippolito of Region 2, as well as Janet Sapadin.
>
> Thanks
>
> Diane D. Buxbaum, MPH
> US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 2
> Compliance Assistance and Program Support Branch
> 290 Broadway, 21st Floor, East
> New York, New York 10007
> 212-637-3919 (fax 212-637-4086)
>
>
>
> Please respond to this for me.  Thanks.
>
>
> ----- Forwarded by John Gorman/R2/USEPA/US on 03/08/01 07:10 AM -----
>
>                     Teresa
>                     Ippolito             To:     Grace
Musumeci/R2/USEPA/US@EPA, John
>                                          Gorman/R2/USEPA/US@EPA
>                     03/07/01 10:58       cc:
janetsapadin@mindspring.com
>                     AM                   Subject:     Re: P2 or Children's
Health request
>                                          (Document link: John Gorman)
>
>
>
>
> Grace
>  have an e-mail out to a colleague who mentors for Board of Ed and is
> involved with chem lab safety issues.
> I will forward reply soon as I get something.
> Meanwhile...I know that there are RCRA inspections scheduled for colleges
> and that the labs are one of the places they look. For this reason,. I am
> copying John Gorman on this message..perhaps he can give you some info.
> John..
> any pertinent info  you can forward for Janet?
> Terry
>
> ps...hi Janet!!!  ti
>
>
>
>                     Grace
>                     Musumeci             To:     Marcia
Seidner/R2/USEPA/US@EPA, Teresa
>                                          Ippolito/R2/USEPA/US@EPA
>                     03/06/01             cc:
janetsapadin@mindspring.com
>                     07:50 AM             Subject:     P2 or Children's
Health request
>
>
>
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> Hi.  Can either of you help Janet out with her request?  Thanks.
>
> ----- Forwarded by Grace Musumeci/R2/USEPA/US on 03/06/01 07:55 AM -----
>
>                     Janet Sapadin
>                     <janetsapadin@minds        To:     Grace
Musumeci/R2/USEPA/US@EPA
>                     pring.com>                 cc:

>                                                Subject:     P2 or
Children's Health request
>                     03/05/01 06:21 PM
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> Hi Grace - I thought EPA had done P2 work with high school chemistry labs
> while I was there.  I looked on the Agency's P2 database and found a 1989
> title, "Reduction of hazardous waste from high school chemistry
> laboratories".  Not only couldn't I find anything more current, but when I
> went to the Agency's online National Publications Catalogue, the '89
> document didn't even show up.  Are you aware of any pamphlets, etc. in
that
> area (preferable more recent than '89), that I could order?    If there's
> someone you'd prefer to pass my request on to, feel free.  Thanks.
>
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