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Mercury Free Schools Program, Superior, Wisconsin
Abstract: The goals of this project are: help educate students, teachers and administrators about the health hazards and environmental fate of mercury; promote the proper disposal and elimination of mercury, products containing mercury, and other hazardous substances at schools; promote use of alternative products that do not contain mercury; and prevent mercury spills and promote proper spill cleanup. Schools are encouraged to sign a pledge to proclaim their commitment to becoming mercury-free. Participating schools can receive several free services.
Source: Superior (WI) Wastewater Treatment Division
URL: http://www.ci.superior.wi.us/index.asp?NID=96

Mercury in Schools and the Community: A National Issue [PDF]
Abstract: This participatory curriculum, adapted from Wisconsin?s ?Mercury in Your Community and the Environment,? correlates to national standards. It provides general information on mercury, including health issues, cultural and religious issues and unique properties of mercury. School information, including a case study of mercury contamination at a school, and a school mercury audit are provided. Also included are sections on household information, mercury in the environment, and mercury in our world and community. (PDF Format; Length: 80 pages)
Source: U.S. EPA and University of Wisconsin Extension
URL: http://www4.uwm.edu/shwec/publications/cabinet/p2/national-c
urriculum.pdf

 


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