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Building Successful Programs to Address Chemical Risks in Schools: Summaries of State, Tribal, and Local School Chemical Cleanout Programs

From the introduction: Approaches to developing responsible chemical management programs must be flexible and allow for adding components in phases when resources and conditions are right for your school. While each school has its own set of unique circumstances, the need for responsible chemical management practices that ensure schools are safe from chemical risks is common among all. The experiences and practical knowledge summarized in this document will improve efforts to prevent chemical mismanagement in schools, and protect students, teachers, staff, and the environment.

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