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Are There PCBs in Your Lights?

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23-04-047August 2023
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description A flier to help schools determine if their fluorescent light ballasts contain toxic PCBs. If the ballasts contain PCBs, schools may qualify for our reimbursement program. Read on to see if your school qualifies!
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Keywords schools, Product Replacement Program, school, product replacement, fluorescent light, PCB, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), lights, PCBs, fluorescent, ballast, light ballasts, T-12, fluorescent light ballasts
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