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  1. Contaminants detected in a soil sample from the yard are not at levels of health concern.
  2. An unidentified substance from the attic contained numerous organochlorine pesticides. This contamination would not be expected to pose a public health hazard unless residents were exposed to it on a frequent and long-term basis.
  3. Fungi detected in indoor air samples are typical of indoor air and do not pose a health threat.



  1. Confirm the presence of organochlorine contamination in the attic.
  2. Test indoor dust samples to determine whether contamination has migrated to living areas of the house.

Robert L. Williams

Concurrence: Kenneth


  1. Memorandum from Bill Deviny to Steve Kinsler, June 12, 1997.

  2. AROA dated July 23, 1997, Telephone conversation between Robert L. Williams and Dr. Michael McNeil from CDC.


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