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STEM Ed Announcement: Integrated Chemical Management Free Program
- To: xxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: STEM Ed Announcement: Integrated Chemical Management Free Program
- From: "Mort Sternheim" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 20 May 2014 13:09:19 -0400
This is not a UMass program.
Contact information is below.
Integrated Chemical Management (ICM) Schools Program
Offer for Free On-Site Assistance-Summer 2014!
DO YOU HAVE:
" A real-time chemical database of all stock chemical
" Chemicals that are inappropriate for educational institutions
" Outdated and unwanted chemicals
" A RCRA hazardous waste program
" A laboratory safety plan
" A safe, secure, chemical storage area
If you answered no to more than 2 of these questions, EPA can help
you to systematically address any of the above issues at no cost. EPA
will provide a team of experts to sweep, inspect, segregate,
consolidate, inventory, and properly store your chemicals at no cost.
WHY IMPLEMENT AN INTEGRATED CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM?
" Reduce risk of accidents
" Decrease chemical exposure
" Ensure chemical security
" Provide accurate inventory
" Reduce solid & hazardous waste
" Control chemical purchasing
" Minimize liability
" Save money & Prevent pollution
HOW TO GET STARTED?
The US EPA's New England office is offering free assistance to a
limited number of communities based on need and location during the
summer of 2014.
EPA has partnered with 100+ public schools, including the Boston
Public School System, and their science departments to help identify
and correct improper chemical management and implement an integrated
chemical management system.
EPA also provides training for science teachers on laboratory safety,
waste management, pollution prevention, laboratory safety planning,
and safer & healthier chemistry during the school year.
If your school needs help, please contact us ASAP for more
Dwight Peavey, Senior Scientist, US EPA, Region 1
At 617-918-1829 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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