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Posted by: David on 7/20/04 Title: Plant Decommisioning
Postnum: 261 EntryID:1164
Help....looking for a manufacturing decommisioning checklist, does anyone have one.

If so please email,


Posted by: J.P. Marini on 8/6/04 Title: Re: Plant Decommisioning
Postnum: 261 EntryID:1176
What exactly are you looking for? It would be specific to different industries. Drop me an email and maybe I can give you a hand.

J.P. Marini 905-821-8580

Posted by: Peter Broad on 9/12/05 Title: Re: Plant Decommisioning
Postnum: 261 EntryID:1464
As JP said it depends what you have PCB's Asbestos? You may want to have a professional engineering group look at this so that you don't merely expand the contaminated area such as Golder

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