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  • Anna; In my experience, there is one sanitizing chemical (usually a base) with a "shock" option (usually powdered calcium hypochlorite) and one pH control chemical (usually an acid), with a "shock" option (usually 12M hydrochloric acid). ...

  • Hi all! I hope everything is going well! I wanted to remind everyone that the deadline for submitting your Marketing Award (and other award) nominations is March 1! If you made a media item you are proud of this year or ran a campaign that you want to ...

  • Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    Dear Colleagues, The University of Washington's EH&S Department has extended its recruiting for a Biological Safety Manager through 03/09/2020 at job requisition #175575. This position will manage the University-Wide Biological Safety Programs to ...

  • Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    Dear Colleagues, The University of Washington's EH&S Department has extended its recruiting for a Biological Safety Manager through 03/09/2020 at job requisition #175575. This position will manage the University-Wide Biological Safety Programs to ...

  • Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    Is there someone out there who might have a construction specification that deals with lead paint as part of general construction? I do not need an abatement specification. We have a situation where the University owns several old houses. These ...

  • We have a few groups here on campus working with small amounts of explosives that fall well under the threshold to be included in our explosive materials program. But I still have some concerns about how these compounds are being handled. They are working ...

  • We use calcium hypochlorite briquettes for killing microbes, and hydrochloric acid for pH adjustment.  We don't have an indoor pool.  The system is automated so I don't suspect there are any issues during tournaments or other high demand times. ------------------------------ ...