Printech Archive
Re: Erroneous msds


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From: Ted Swanek (TSwanek@banta.com)
Date: Tue Apr 06 1999 - 11:33:00 CDT


If your test results have validity, you have an obligation to contact your
state EPA with your concerns. Let them investigate, that is their job.

If you start "spreading the word," you may open yourself up to costly and
lengthy litigation. Allow the state to take any action.

>>> owner-printech@great-lakes.net 04/06/99 09:22am >>>
A threat to report them to state and federal agencies might work. They may
not be able to do anything about the MSDS but it would spark investigations
into their operations.

Also, to spread the info to other customers thus damaging their reputation as
environmentally friendly.

Brigette Martin
Envrionmental Compliance Coordinator
Gulf States Paper Corporation
205-562-5322


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