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    Re: Hydrazine Hydrate Reg (gallons) mixed w Nitric Acid & ot

    Posted by Suzanne on 2/22/05

    On 11/18/04, RWalsh wrote:
    > Caoimhin Connell, do you remember ?
    > Hydrazine Hydrate Reg.
    > I am needing your help and my Aty said he retained your
    > service in California. I am being railroaded by Fed OSHA,
    > and involved in a case agains a company mismanaging
    > Hazardous Chemicals, disregarding MSDS, Compatability, Prop
    > 65 of CA., State and OSHA Regs. I was exposed to Hydrazine
    > Hydrate, No warnings,dangers, Toxic, Carcinogen or Health
    > (triangel color codes) filled in. Reprodutive Toxins,
    > Silver Plating chems mixed with Acids, Sodiums,Methyls of
    > all kinds. Please indicate how to get intouch with you.

    I was googling toxins in silver plating when I came across
    this. I work for a company that imports goods from China. I
    visited a pewter factory recently and saw the conditions of
    their silver plating facilities. The workers were walking
    around exposed (their only protective gear was aprons and
    rubber gloves) to the vats in which they 'dipped' products
    into the silver plating solution. Isn't this extremely
    toxic?? How toxic is the silver plating process to the
    workers involved, and to the environment when there is no
    proper ventilation?

    Would greatly appreciate any feedback.


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