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How to Find and Address PCBs in Building Materials

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
22-04-024October 2022March 2024
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description A guide designed to inform property owners, developers, contractors, and other interested parties about polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in building materials and options for managing these materials. It also includes best management practices to find and address PCB-containing exterior building materials before demolition or renovation.
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Keywords PCB, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), guidance, toxics, PCBs, construction, demolition, building materials
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