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Disposal and Recycling Options for Mercury and Mercury-Containing Devices [PDF]
Abstract: This fact sheet provides guidance for proper disposal and recycling of mercury and mercury-containing devices for K-12 schools, based upon New York regulations. New York State and New York City contact information is also provided. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: New York State Department of Health
URL: http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/environ/hsees/mercury_b
rochures/docs/disposal.pdf

Doctors, Children's Advocates, Public Health Organizations and Hospitals Announce Support for (IL) Governor's Mercury Pollution Reduction Plan [PDF]
Abstract: A strong coalition of doctors, children's advocates, public health organizations and hospitals have commended Illinois Governor Blagojevich's new mercury pollution reduction plan and announced their support. They then called on the CEOs of companies owning Illinois coal plants to reduce the mercury pollution from their coal plants by 90 percent by June 30, 2009 as provided in the Governor's plan. Press release from Environmental Law and Policy Center. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: Environmental Law and Policy Center
URL: http://www.stopmercurypollution.org/documents/mercury_pressr
elease_01-11-06.pdf

Facility-Wide Inventory of Mercury and Mercury-Containing Devices [PDF]
Abstract: This worksheet provides guidance for a facility-wide inventory of mercury and mercury-containing devices for K-12 schools. Included are sections specific to science rooms, medical, home economics and other locations, as well as facilities in general. (PDF Format; Length: 4 pages)
Source: New York State Department of Health
URL: http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/environ/hsees/mercury_b
rochures/docs/inventory.pdf

Guidelines for Cleanup of Mercury Spills [PDF]
Abstract: This brochure provides step-by-step instructions for cleaning up mercury spills in K-12 schools. Included are information on relevant New York regulations, and instructions for creating a mercury spill cleanup kit. Contact information for New York State and New York City is also provided. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: New York State Department of Health
URL: http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/environ/hsees/mercury_b
rochures/docs/cleanup.pdf

Mercury: An Educator's Toolkit
Abstract: Developed by U.S. EPA Region 7, this toolkit contains links to videos, background informational documents for educators, information on taking action, and information and activities for elementary, middle, and high school students. Videos are Windows Media files. Documents are PDF.
Source: U.S. EPA Region 7
URL: http://www.epa.gov/region7/mercury/educator_toolkit.htm

Minnesota Environment Spring 2006 Edition
Abstract: This edition of the Minnesota Environment Magazine includes articles on Clancy, the MPCA's mercury-sniffing dog and efforts to find and remove mercury from schools; how opinions and uses of mercury have changed over time; a mercury clean-up in a Minnesota town; the health effects of mercury; and other general information about how mercury enters the environment and mercury in the Minnesota environment.
Source: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)
URL: http://www.pca.state.mn.us/publications/mnenvironment/index.
html

Reducing Mercury in Schools: Buildings and Grounds Superintendents [PDF]
Abstract: This brochure explains what mercury is, the health concerns associated with it, and sources of mercury in schools. It provides a list of action steps for buildings and grounds superintendents for reducing mercury exposure, as well as contact information for New York State and New York City. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: New York State Department of Health
URL: http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/environ/hsees/mercury_b
rochures/docs/superintendents.pdf

Reducing Mercury in Schools: Health and Safety Committees [PDF]
Abstract: This brochure explains what mercury is, the health concerns associated with it, and sources of mercury in schools. It provides a list of action steps for members of health and safety committees for reducing mercury exposure, as well as contact information for New York State and New York City. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: New York State Department of Health
URL: http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/environ/hsees/mercury_b
rochures/docs/hscommittee.pdf

Reducing Mercury in Schools: School Nurses [PDF]
Abstract: This brochure explains what mercury is, the health concerns associated with it, and sources of mercury in schools. It provides a list of action steps for school nurses for reducing mercury exposure, as well as contact information for New York State and New York City. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: New York State Department of Health
URL: http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/environ/hsees/mercury_b
rochures//docs/nurses.pdf

Reducing Mercury in Schools: Science Teachers [PDF]
Abstract: This brochure explains what mercury is, the health concerns associated with it, sources of mercury in schools, and what to do if mercury spills. It provides a list of action steps for science teachers to reduce the amount of mercury in a school building, as well as contact information for New York State and New York City. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: New York State Department of Health
URL: http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/environ/hsees/mercury_b
rochures/docs/scienceteachers.pdf

Reducing Mercury in Schools: Superintendents, Principals, and School Boards [PDF]
Abstract: This brochure explains what mercury is, the health concerns associated with it, and sources of mercury in schools. It provides a list of action steps for administration officials to reduce the amount of mercury in a school building, as well as contact information for New York State and New York City. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: New York State Department of Health
URL: http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/environ/hsees/mercury_b
rochures/docs/schoolboard.pdf

School Chemistry Laboratory Safety Guide [PDF]
Abstract: This guide on safety in the chemistry laboratory was written to provide high school chemistry teachers with an easy-to-read reference to create a safe learning environment in the laboratory for their students. The document attempts to provide teachers, and ultimately their students, with information so that they can take the appropriate precautionary actions in order to prevent or minimize hazards, harmful exposures, and injuries in the laboratory. The guide presents information about ordering, using, storing, and maintaining chemicals in the high school laboratory. The guide also provides information about chemical waste, safety and emergency equipment, assessing chemical hazards, common safety symbols and signs, and fundamental resources relating to chemical safety, such as Material Safety Data Sheets and Chemical Hygiene Plans, to help create a safe environment for learning. In addition, checklists are provided for both teachers and students that highlight important information for working in the laboratory and identify hazards and safe work procedures. This guide is not intended to address all safety issues, but rather to provide basic information about important components of safety in the chemistry laboratory and to serve as a resource to locate further information. (PDF Format; Length: 86 pages)
Source: NIOSH & U.S. CPSC
URL: http://www.cpsc.gov/CPSCPUB/PUBS/NIOSH2007107.pdf

School Science Lab Chemical and Mercury Clean-Out Project Final Report [PDF]
Abstract: The School Science Lab Chemical and Mercury Clean-Out Project was developed to address the growing concerns about mercury and other hazardous chemicals in schools. The Clean-Out Project Final Report discusses project planning and implementation, provides detailed project results, and includes copies of all of the materials used in the course of the project. The entire report may be downloaded from this web site in PDF format (file size: 1.0 Mb; length in pages: 87)
Source: Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation
URL: http://www.mercvt.org/PDF/finalreport.pdf

Strategies for Preventing Elemental Mercury Exposure in Homes and Schools [PDF]
Abstract: The purpose of this report is to identify and analyze strategies for reducing human exposure to elemental mercury in homes and schools. At the request of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 10 Regional Mercury Workgroup, the report will analyze strategies for raising awareness about elemental mercury and collecting items that contain elemental mercury from homes and schools. This report documents many strategies that state and local governments, schools, and other groups have pursued. The objective of this report is to inform local, regional, and national strategies for preventing human exposure to elemental mercury. (PDF Format; Length: 148 pages)
Source: U.S. EPA/University of Washington
URL: http://yosemite.epa.gov/R10/HOMEPAGE.NSF/34090d07b77d50bd882
56b79006529e8/f60e8f81c53471ed88256eef00747a17/$FILE/Zim
merlyMercury2010.pdf

The Mercury Menace (Chicago Tribune Series)
Abstract: This multimedia series from the Chicago Tribune includes articles on the newspaper's investigation into the amount of mercury in seafood being sold in Chicago area stores. This site includes links to the articles, including those on the toxic risks and how to minimize those risks, those on the flawed mercury warning system, and those specific to tuna. Also included are a calculator to determine how much fish you can safely consume, a survey, answers to readers' questions in an online forum, links for more information, photos, a graphic showing sources of mercury and a video introduction to the series. Copyright 2005, Chicago Tribune.
Source: Chicago Tribune
URL: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/specials/broadband/chi-me
rcury-htmlstory,0,3799369.htmlstory

U.S. EPA Safe Mercury Management Program
Abstract: The objective of this web site is to provide comprehensive, accurate, up-to-date information and easy access to web-based resources relating to the management of mercury-containing products and wastes. The site features links to more than 200 state, local, federal and non-governmental organizations and provides information for the general public, regulatory officials, industry and environmental professionals. It also provides technical assistance and information transfer for cleanup of mercury products and wastes.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/hazard/tsd/mercury/index.htm

U.S. EPA School Chemical Cleanout Campaign (SC3)
Abstract: The Schools Chemical Cleanout Campaign (SC3) aims to ensure that all schools are free from hazards associated with mismanaged chemicals. SC3 gives K-12 schools information and tools to responsibly manage chemicals. By using the tools provided on this site and pulling together a team with a variety of perspectives, expertise, and resources you can develop a successful chemical management program. Schools, parents, and local organizations can partner to create a chemical management program that meets the unique needs of their schools. SC3 is one component of EPA's Resource Conservation Challenge (RCC), a national effort to conserve natural resources and energy by managing materials more efficiently.
Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
URL: http://www.epa.gov/sc3/

U.S. EPA: Human Health Research Program
Abstract: EPA's Human Health Research Program offers this Web site on the latest information on its research to protect public health. The program's science looks at such questions as why some people are more sensitive to pollution and how exposure to chemicals affects people's health. The site is designed for the general public as well as for the scientific community. The site provides easy access to research and results on methods, tools, and data needed to improve risk assessments to protect the public. Visitors to the site will find an overview of the research, information on how research has contributed to decision making, resource materials available in journal publications and reports, and a listing of meetings and conferences.
Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
URL: http://www.epa.gov/hhrp/

 


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