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READ: NADCA - Position Paper on Chemical Product Applications in HVAC Systems.

1 RC. 

This paper gives the reader access to NADCA's opinion concerning the use of chemicals, cleaners, sealants, and coatings inside airhandling systems. The paper defines certain products and then offers guidelines for their best use and application. Specific products duscussed include antimicrobial pesticides, sealants, resurfacing materials, and coil cleaning compounds as well as soaps, detergents, degreasers, and deodorizers.

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READ: CDC, NIOSH - Respirator Selection Logic (2004).

READ: EPA - Voluntary Guidelines for Methamphetamine Laboratory Cleanup.