Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2008 11:02:25 -0500
Reply-To: Ernie Lippert <ernielippert**At_Symbol_Here**TOAST.NET>
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From: Ernie Lippert <ernielippert**At_Symbol_Here**TOAST.NET>
Subject: Hoods containing asbestos
Some older fume hoods have backs or sides made of asbestos-containing
transite. Typically, the transite is coated with a chemically resistant
paint, perhaps an epoxy formulation. Does anyone see a problem? To me this
seems like "managing in place".


Ernest L. Lippert

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