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RE: What are common sources of Mercury?




Raul:

Here's a resource developed by Minnesota's Western Lake Superior Sanitary District with the general public in mind:  http://www.wlssd.duluth.mn.us/mercury.htm  

Not only does it list some common household sources of mercury, but also points out mercury-free alternatives where applicable.

Mark Snyder
Pollution Prevention Specialist
Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance
mark.snyder@moea.state.mn.us

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> From: 	Gonzalez, Raul[SMTP:raulg@utep.edu]
> Reply To: 	Gonzalez, Raul
> Sent: 	Tuesday, March 20, 2001 12:45 PM
> To: 	P2TECH (E-mail)
> Subject: 	What are common sources of Mercury?
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> Folks:
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> A teacher inquired about possible sources of Mercury in schools and households. The ones I am familiar with are laboratories and thermometers, but there must be some other sources out there. Does anyone know of other sources of mercury in both households and schools? 
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