North Stonington Public Schools

PCB Information

Buildings constructed prior to 1979 may contain building materials (caulking, tile/carpet mastic, and fluorescent light ballasts) made with Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs). Long-term public health impacts are not yet well documented or understood. The North Stonington Public School District has and will continue to follow all health and safety protocols established by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) as well as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Any projects on our buildings performed by District staff or subcontractors will also be accountable for following DEEP/EPA health and safety protocols. The health and safety of our students and staff is our utmost concern.

We are providing this page on the District website in the interest of both providing the public with researchable resources as well as offering the latest District-related information in regards to North Stonington Public Schools’ PCB situation. We will update this page as information becomes available, therefore we recommend checking back periodically for updates.

For more information on PCBs, consider the following resources…

 

District testing schedule(s)…

Testing schedules and results will be posted on our District Health & Safety page.

District testing results and other PCB related documents…

Date Document
September 12,2017 Environmental Concerns letter from Superintendent Nero
September 2017 Air Sample Results, Table I
September 2017 Wipe Sample Results, Table II
September 2017 Bulk Sample Results, Table III
August 9, 2017 District Letter to Families & Staff
December 30, 2016 Pre-Renovation Hazardous Building Materials Inspection Report
December 29, 2016 Pre-Demolition Hazardous Building Materials Report
December 7, 2015 Air Sampling & Analysis Report
September 30, 2010 Air Sampling & Analysis Report
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