Mercury

Fact Sheets

Mercury

The Partnership to Reduce Mercury in Schools.

Mercury in schools are a risky combination! A packet of nine new brochures has been developed to help school personnel identify mercury sources and take the steps necessary to reduce or eliminate the risk of a mercury spill. The materials were developed for school personnel in partnership with school personnel, several government agencies and nonprofit groups. They include action steps which are intended to provide practical and cost-effective strategies. The brochures in this series are:

BrochureHTMLPDFXLS
Mercury and Schools: A Risky Combination HTML PDF(414KB, 2pg.) -
Reducing Mercury in Schools: Superintendents, Principals, and School Boards HMTL PDF(422KB, 2pg.) -
Reducing Mercury in Schools: Science Teachers HTML PDF(420KB, 2pg.) -
Reducing Mercury in Schools: Buildings and Grounds Superintendents HTML PDF(414KB, 2pg.) -
Reducing Mercury in Schools: Health and Safety Committee HTML PDF(422KB, 2pg.) -
Reducing Mercury in Schools: School Nurses HTML PDF(417KB, 2pg.) -
Facility-Wide Inventory of Mercury and Mercury-Containing Devices - PDF(21KB, 4pg.) XLS
Guidelines for Cleanup of Mercury Spills HTML PDF(360KB, 2pg.) -
Disposal and Recycling Options for Mercury and Mercury-Containing Devices HTML PDF(345KB, 2pg.) -