It seems that with all of the toxins used in the boatbuilding process, builders would take some precautions in assuring that environmental damage would be kept to a minimum. How do dirt floors fit into this mindset? Does the Maine DEP oversee such matters? As a resident I feel that we should all be concerned about the state of our water tables, as alot of us depend on it. Please just don't erase this like my last one. Concerned in the Midcoast, Chuck
If you have any ideas of how we can improve our shop to limit our effect on the environment stop by the shop sometime and we could discuss your ideas. Or you could call the shop at 1-207-594-4112. If you happen to own a cement flooring company i'll be disappointed. I won't delete your post and i'm trying to give you a serious (mostly) response. We have been visited by the Maine DEP and they didn't have a problem with our operation. I own a house 200 ft from the shop and the water was tested in 2007 with no problems. Thanks for visiting the site and I look forward to hearing from you.
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