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- Subject: IPA reuse
- From: Listman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 08:08:20 -0600
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LISTMAN NOTE: This question is posted on behalf of someone who is not
subscribed to the list. Please cc Stephen.Davis@WSPGroup.com on your reply.
Would you mind asking on the list serve how other states are regulating
IPA, if they are allowing for recycling and how, if there are any
restrictions or exclusions as to how it can be reused etc.? These
questions would be applicable to industry and regulators depending on who
you work with I guess on the list serve.
Stephen K. Davis, P.G.
Senior Project Director
WSP Environmental Strategies, LLC
203 South Walnut Street, P.O. Box 46
Rochester, Illinois 62563-0588
(217) 498-9480 - Office
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