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In many communities, residents are asked to separate food waste into bins for municipal composting. Here’s a closer look at what actually gets composted and how, what happens to the rest, and where it all ends up.
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Science Facility Safety (SFS) is a new STAO resource which outlines best practices in the safe use and management of science facilities. This free resource is a companion document to STAO’s other publications, Safe ON Science and Safer Use of Chemicals in School Science Laboratories.
Examples of focus areas in SFS include Classroom Infrastructure, Storage of Flammables, Ventilation, Eye Wash Stations/Emergency Showers, and Waste. This resource concludes with a very useful and comprehensive safety checklist.
SFS is available free of charge thanks to the generous support of Enbridge and Shell
Download your copy at https://stao.ca/cms/en/component/edocman/science-facility-safety
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Source: Drowning in plastic
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