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Dirt Alert - Soil Sampling Guidance for Owners, Managers, and Adminstrators of Large Properties Where Children Play (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
06-09-098January 2007
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Author(s) Dawn Hooper
Description This guide provides information on how to sample soil on your property. Eveyone who plays a role in keeping children safe at schools, parks, camps and recreational facilites, and large childcares located in counties with lead and arsenic soil pollution.
NOTES This publication has been replaced by a new publication. Please see the Related Publications below.
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Keywords soil sampling, lead, arsenic
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