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SUNY-ESF Going Green: Flexi-pave Surfaces – An ESF walkway is being surfaced with something that’s very green. Not green in color, green as in environmentall…
November 21, 2013 at 8:29 pm (UTC 0)
ESF demonstrates many sustainability-related technologies/practices across
campus. I don’t personally know of concerns regarding the quality, safety
or green credentials of Flexi-pave surfaces, or the processes involved in
the making of the product. It appears to me to be working well, and as
promised. If, however, you have information to contribute, please submit it
to the ESF Office of the VP for Administration (contact on ESF website).
ESF’s leaders do not typically review YT comments –Admin
November 21, 2013 at 8:56 pm (UTC 0)
It’s sad that the cleaning process for FLEXIPAVE is TOXIC- It has to be
BURNED out of machines that produce it. CARBON FOOTPRINT NIGHTMARE!!!! ASK
the simple question- HOW does all equipment get cleaned? It’s burned! OR
TOXIC CHEMICALS!!! How is that green???? The testing BAGNALL uses is pure
BS. PROOF OF TESTING due diligence would yield THE TRUTH, BAGNALL IS
PATHOLOGICAL… RESEARCH AND FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF!!! ASK TO SEE THE ACTUAL
LABORATORY TESTING RESULTS.
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