Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2010 11:38:31 EDT
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Subject: Re: [aihaih-list] Perchloric Acid Fume Hood Decommissioning
Comments: To: WendyCampbell**At_Symbol_Here**, SAFETY**At_Symbol_Here**,
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Hello Wendy =E2=80=93
I have successfully decommissioned about 60 perchlor hoods over the years.  I employ a fairly straight forward protocol that involves ru nning cameras down into the duct work, up into the duct work, and performi ng both qualitative and quantitative analysis for perchlorate salts.
I've put various photographs and discussions on our FaceBook site: orensic-Applications-Inc/106016329428887?ref=ts
I would not trust memories.  A bad memory could get someone blow n up.  Not a good thing.
Caoimh=C3=ADn P. Connell
Forensic Industrial Hygienist< BR>www.forensic-applicati
(The opinions expressed here are exclusively my personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect my professional opinion, opinion of my employe r, agency, peers, or professional affiliates.  The above post is for information only and does not reflect professional advice and is not inte nded to supercede the professional advice of others.)

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