Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2007 23:43:46 +0000
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From: wdwatt**At_Symbol_Here**COMCAST.NET
Subject: Re: 1920's College Chem Lab
Comments: To: Julie Jarrah

Whatch out for the lab hoods. Are they wood? Did they do digestions with perchloric acid - they
could be explosive . Find out what kind of work they did in the lab- 
Bill Watt
Assoc. Prof., 
Wayne State U.
 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Julie Jarrah 
> 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 concern.  
> 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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