2019 District Pesticide Notice:
In the course of operations, pesticides and herbicides will be used in the Warren Consolidated School District. Beginning April 2019 and ending December 2019, district personnel and various licensed vendors will periodically apply herbicides for weed control on athletic fields, stadiums, fence lines, sidewalks, parking areas, etc. These materials are used in accordance with proper application procedures and regulations. Please direct specific questions to the Facilities Dept., (586) 698-4574, Grounds Dept., (586) 698-4460 or call the National Pesticide Information Center at 1-800-858-7378.
Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) :2016 NOTIFICATION
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires that each year district workers and building occupants receive notification about asbestos activities such as response actions and inspections. The purpose of this correspondence is to meet those requirements and familiarize you with the asbestos related activities that have been conducted in Warren Consolidated Schools this past year.Management Plans
In 1988, Warren Consolidated Schools contracted with Asbestos Management Inc. to conduct inspections for asbestos containing material (AM) with all district owned buildings. This information was then compiled into Asbestos Management Plans. These Management Plans are kept in each building and are available for review. A copy of each building management plan is also located in the Educational Service Center.Surveillance Activities
Surveillance Activities—The AHERA regulation requires surveillance of the condition of ACM every six months and re-inspections every three years. The periodic surveillance was conducted in September 2014. Since the last re-inspection was done in 2016, the next three years re-inspection will be conducted in 2019.Asbestos Abatement
It is anticipated that Warren Consolidated Schools will need to conduct asbestos abatement within its facilities over the next year removing materials such as, but not limited to, floor tile, floor tile mastic, fire doors and fire door frames. All remaining ACM will continue to be maintained under the Operations and Maintenance Program.
Any removal projects will be performed by a Michigan Licensed Asbestos Abatement Contractor and managed by Nova Environmental, Inc., the District’s environmental consulting firm.
All asbestos documentation is available for your review in each building file and at the Educational Service Center.
For more information contact: Kerry Weishaupt, Manager of Auxiliary Services Phone: 586-698-4446