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digitS'

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@YourRabbitGirl , asap was in August of 2019.

Ducks', asbestos is naturally occurring. I don't live all that far from that mine in Montana where vermiculite contaminated with asbestos was dug out for decades and shipped all over the country. People used that Peter Grace vermiculite as insulation in their homes. I used it in potting soil.

Reagan hired Peter Grace to teach the government to run like a business. It's not. When the claims of contamination and health damages came in and overwhelmed W. R. Grace and Company, the US government picked up the bill and the taxpayer picked up the costs. Grace and Co is now out of bankruptcy ...

Steve
 

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So, how do those plants do? The extent of the above-mentioned effects depends on the constituents and quantity of the oil, the environmental conditions and the plant species involved. I hope its already taken care of.
 

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It will evaporate eventually leave a spot for awhile then grass will take it back over forget it.
 
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