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PCB risk feared at older N.E. schools

Tainted caulking used in ’60s-’70s construction

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / September 6, 2009

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Window and masonry caulking in hundreds of older schools in New England probably contain very high levels of now-banned toxins that can gradually be released into the air, posing a potential health risk to students and staff, environmental specialists say. (Full article: 1302 words)

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