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Friday, August 24, 2007

bake-off should only be done by professionals

These people do not know how to do the bake-off procedure -- that is why it is not working. The details of doing this are complicated and need to be done by a professional. That is why we as a group decided that the Sierra Club would not sanction baking-off.

Mary C. DeVany, MS, CSP, CHMM
DeVany Industrial Consultants
14507 NW 19th Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98685-8003 USA
Phone: (360) 546-0999
Fax: (360) 546-0777
Home: (360) 576-1976
E-mail: mdevany@earthlink.net