There is a lot of information on the web, though not in presentation form, much of i t generated by household hazardous waste (HHW) programs, some examples:
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Hazardous Waste Program Manag er
600 NE Grand Ave.
Portland, OR 97232
503-797-1662; fax: 503-797-1795
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That's part of what I cover in the book Pick
Your Poison which will be released the first week in March. My ai
m is very different from those who just cover keeping bleach and ammonia ap
art, labeling products carefully, etc. I want householders to underst
and the political issues behind product safety regulations and how to do a
little research on their products without being fooled by the hype.
And I'll be doing a number of presentations around the country on these kin ds of subjects. And some of the data sheets I write on consumer label ing issues and household paints might be of use. If you'd like copies , let me know where you want them sent.
In a message dated 2/1/2011 12:23:25 PM Eastern Standard Time, dwatson**At_Symbol_Here**UMHB.ED U writes:
I would like to know if anyone in our group has prepared and gi ve a presentation on Chemical Safety at Home? If you have sources for information on this topic, I would appreciate it if you would share this i nformation with me.
Darrell Watson, Ph . D.
Professor of Chemistry
University of Mary Hardin- Baylor
Box 8438 UMHB Station
Belton, Texas 76513
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