Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2007 12:21:24 -0500
Reply-To: Diane Amell <Diane.Amell**At_Symbol_Here**STATE.MN.US>
Sender: DCHAS-L Discussion List <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU>
From: Diane Amell <Diane.Amell**At_Symbol_Here**STATE.MN.US>
Subject: Re: 1920's College Chem Lab
Comments: To: "Larry D. McLouth"
Not to mention lead paint.
- Diane Amell, MNOSHA

>>> "Larry D. McLouth"  10/9/2007 11:54 AM >>>

If by heavy metals you mean mercury then you are more than likely to 
find it....from broken thermometers, etc.


Julie Jarrah wrote:
> I am part of a group who is determining the safest way to 'tear down'
an old college chemistry lab building that was built in the 1920's.  We
know that the underlying floors are asbestos and that heavy metals are a
> Are there any other major concerns that I should be aware of or need
to look into?  Please advise.
> Thank you,
> J J Schwartz
> Safety Officer
> Bethlehem, PA
> 610-625-8047
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