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By LuAnn Schindler
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Board hires Kansas City company to transfer chemicals to new school site

 

Tradebe, an environmental services company, will dispose of outdated chemicals and move the materials from the three school sites to the new Summerland site. Summerland Board of Education members approved the proposal at the May 10 meeting.

Relocating science classroom materials to the new Summerland School site will resemble a chemical equation, of sorts, with the right amount of atoms bonding for a safe trip instead of creating a potential danger zone.

Science instructor Mary Leisy presented information to board of education members, May 10, regarding proper disposal of items at all three sites and transportation to the new school once they are ready to be moved.

"There are 900 chemical items between all three sites," Leisy said. "It's a lot."

She wasn't sure if Clearwater or Ewing science labs have previously gone through t...



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