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Correction: contaminated soils

My apologies to everyone on Dr. Kuhlman's email address. His correct email address is rrskw@kci.net.
Message: 4
Reply-To: "Kevin.Officer" <kevin.officer@enviroconn.com>
From: "Kevin.Officer" <kevin.officer@enviroconn.com>
To: <community_garden@mallorn.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1999 08:58:06 -0600
Organization: Prodigy Internet
Subject: [cg] contaminated soils (Elaine Petkovsek)


In response to your e-mail on contaminated soils you may
want to contact Les Kuhlman, Ph.D. at rrske@kci.net. Mr.
Kuhlman is an international leader in bioremediation of
contaminated soils. I am not an expert in this field, but am
aware that compost has been used to detoxify and clean
soils. Mr. Kuhlman would be happy to provide you with some
expert advice in this area. Good luck.

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