RE: control of dust in lab

From:Bruce Gapinski

Oh my! I thought I was the only supervisor whose' lab is moving temporarily!
I am moving on Dec. 15th to an absolutely God-awful temp suite. Dust? Try
black walls (old X-ray suite) one two plug power outlet and carpet where
we'll be cutting! Enough w/ my problems!
	Try a dust remover from Sharper Image (if you can get your docs to
approve it). Otherwise, I'm going in w/ a damp cloth. 
	Did I mention they found asbestos in the "new permanent" suite?
That'll push move in back!
		Bruce Gapinski HT(ASCP)
PS Keep your sense of humor, if you can.

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Rose Richardson []
		Sent:	Tuesday, November 27, 2001 12:08 PM
		To:	histonet
		Subject:	control of dust in lab

		Hello all,
		We are moving to a temporary facility until our labs are
remodeled. The
		place where we are moving has a lot of dust in the air and I
am concerned
		that it will play havoc with our  sections. So do you think
a HEPA filter
		might help us out or does anyone have other suggestions?

		Rose Richardson


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