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Re: Lead-lined aprons



I think people are missing Chuck's point regarding lead-lined aprons.

I don't think he is asking where to recycle these items. I think he's
asking whether regulatory and/or TA programs are doing anything to
ensure awareness that lead-lined aprons are hazardous so that they will
be managed appropriately and not thrown in dumpsters. 



Mark Snyder 
Pollution Prevention Specialist 
Business Assistance Unit 
Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance 
mark.snyder@state.mn.us 
 
http://www.reduce.org - Reduce Waste: If not you, who? 
http://www.moea.state.mn.us - Resources for businesses, schools, local
governments, other institutions and you 
http://www.nextstep.state.mn.us - Taking the Next Step toward a
sustainable future 
http://www.seek.state.mn.us - Minnesota's interactive directory of
environmental education resources 
http://www.mnwastewise.org -  You've got trash?  You're losing cash 
http://www.mnexchange.org - Connecting businesses who have reusable
goods to those who can use them 
http://www.mntap.umn.edu - Helping Minnesota businesses maximize
resource efficiency, prevent pollution, and reduce costs 
 


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