Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2006 10:39:24 -0400
Reply-To: "George Thompson, PhD." <georgethompson**At_Symbol_Here**CHEMPLY.COM>
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From: "George Thompson, PhD." <georgethompson**At_Symbol_Here**CHEMPLY.COM>
Subject: Fw: Chemical Lists for Schools

Chemical Compliance Systems, Inc. (CCS) has published 18 books on 
hazardous chemicals in schools and colleges (in 1989 and 1990) and has 
compiled the largest Relational Chemical & Product Database (R-CPD) in 
the country (75 million data elements for 220,000 chemicals and 350,000 
munition and non-munition products). R-CPD also includes 500 local, 
state, federal, and international lists of regulated chemicals. In 
addition, we have developed the "Green" Product Compliance Analytical 
System (GP-CAS) that includes 43 Ecological, Health and Safety endpoint 
criteria that draws data from R-CPD (see attached chart). For $500, we 
can provide any laboratory with a ranking of their chemical inventory 
from highest concern to lowest, including the regulatory impact of each 
chemical. Simply complete the following two steps and we will return 
your inventory analysis within seven (7) days, or less:

(1) e-mail or fax your chemical inventory (with name and CAS No. for 
each chemical) and
 (2) a valid purchase order to:

Kevin Kennedy
Vice President of Operations
973-663-1120 (x114)
973-663-2378 (fax)


George R. Thompson, Ph.D.
President & CEO
Chemical Compliance Systems, Inc.
706 Route 15 South, Suite 207
Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849
973-663-2148 (ext. 234)
973-663-2378 (fax)

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