IN FACE OF CRITICISM, DISTRICT REOPENS MORE MALIBU HIGH BUILDINGS

Posted on Aug 06, 2014 |

From: The Malibu Times

"Malibu Unites, a local group formed by concerned parents, accuses the district of remaining in Federal violation of the law by not removing materials that contain high levels of PCBs. Caulk samples taken and tested by Malibu Unites and D.C.-based group PEER showed some classrooms contain caulk consisting of up to “one-third” PCBs, according to the groups. They have asked the district to get in line with Federal language written in the Toxic Substance Control Act stating “PCB concentrations of 50 [parts per million] or greater present an unreasonable risk of injury to health.”."

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