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Carolyn Mathas
10/23/2013 02:00 PM EDT

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Re: Environment, Health And Safety shortcuts are one area many foreign and some domestic vendors try and use to save costs
Caleb Kraft   10/24/2013 9:31:57 AM
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wow, that is pretty cold hearted.

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CMathas   10/24/2013 8:53:51 AM
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Wow, that's cold. Seems "trade secrets," like the often-used "national security" excuse, give carte blanche to those wishing to keep their back-room dealings out of the public eye. Thanks for responding. While, on one hand I'm not surprised this happened, the necessity of finding out who is paying for a "study" is again painfully punctuated.

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Environment, Health And Safety shortcuts are one area many foreign and some domestic vendors try and use to save costs
MS243   10/24/2013 4:01:20 AM
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Environment, Health And Safety shortcuts are one area many foreign and some domestic vendors try and use to save costs  -- Even recall the president of an engineering firm here in the US hiring a few highschool students to remove asbestos from his new office building he was remodeling to save the cost of professionally and legaly done asbestos remediation.

 

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