Asbestos, PCBs, and Mercury contamination of an Elementary School.


Darrell Maclean, President, and Charles Smith, Vice President of Southern Middlesex Industries (SMI), an environmental remediation company based in Norwood, MA, report the successful completion of a large environmental remediation project involving asbestos and other contaminants at Winthrop Elementary School in New London, CT.

To learn more about the Winthrop Elementary School environmental remediation project, go to the SMI-Blog.

For more information or questions you may have, please contact us.

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One Response to Asbestos, PCBs, and Mercury contamination of an Elementary School.

  1. Jeff says:

    Elementary schools and other schools have a really unfortunate amount of asbestos in them. Not safe for teachers: http://www.weitzlux.com/Teacher-asbestos_1962785.html

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