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1 0340 Asbestos Survey Report Sunnyside Court Avondale Road Southport PR9 0NU Client Contact: Gary Rostron The Regenda Group Regenda House Enterprise Business Park Northgate Close Horwich, Bolton BL6 6PQ Life Environmental Services Ltd Contact: Ian McMillan Life Environmental Services Ltd 4 Duckett s Wharf South Street Bishop s Stortford Hertfordshire CM23 3AR Tel: Tel: Fax: Fax: N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 1 of 36

2 CONTENTS Executive Summary Introduction / Objectives Desk Top Review Survey Results General Caveat Recommendations APPENDICES Appendix 1 - Survey Data Sheets Appendix 2 - Asbestos Register Appendix 3 - Non Asbestos Materials Register Appendix 4 - Areas of No Access Appendix 5 - Plans Appendix 6 - Analysis Certificates N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 2 of 36

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Asbestos materials were identified within the site. Asbestos Containing Materials identified or presumed to be present are recorded in the Survey Data Sheets and the Asbestos Register within this report. Asbestos Containing Materials have been identified which are in good condition, A management policy and plan need to be implemented to manage these materials safely. The materials require labelling and the condition of these materials re-inspected at 6 monthly intervals Building Floor Location Communal Areas 2 Loft (001) Please contact Ian McMillan of Life Environmental Services Ltd for advice in dealing with any asbestos in poor, unsealed or damaged condition or for assistance in developing your management plan, and scheduling re-inspections. N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 3 of 36

4 INTRODUCTION / OBJECTIVES (Site overview) Life Environmental Services Ltd received an order of confirmation to undertake a Type 2 asbestos survey. This order has been accepted on the basis of the original quotation including survey methodology document and our terms and conditions of business. The order relates to an asbestos survey of: Sunnyside Court Avondale Road Southport PR9 0NU This survey was carried out in accordance with documented in house procedures, which are based on the HSE Guidance document MDHS 100. Type 2 Standard Sampling, Identification and Assessment Survey The purpose of the survey is to locate, as far as reasonably practicable, the presence and extent of any suspect ACM s in the building and assess their condition. Representative samples from each type of suspect ACM found are collected and analysed for the presence of asbestos to confirm or refute the surveyor s judgement. If the material sampled is found to contain asbestos, other similar homogeneous materials used in the same way in the building can be strongly presumed to contain asbestos. Less homogeneous materials will require a greater number of samples. The number should be sufficient for the surveyor to make an assessment of whether asbestos is or is not present. Sampling may take place simultaneously with the survey, or as in the case of some larger surveys, can be carried out as a separate exercise. N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 4 of 36

5 DESK-TOP REVIEW AND SURVEY PLANNING Details of information requested by Life Environmental Services Ltd to carry out the desk-top review in accordance with the MDHS 100 are recorded on our pre-survey questionnaire, along with details of all the information that were provided by Gary Rostron on behalf of the client. The Information provided was assessed during the desktop review and a method statement and risk assessment were produced for the survey of: Sunnyside Court Avondale Road Southport PR9 0NU. Where information was provided regarding the presence of known or presumed asbestos materials then this has been validated during the course of the survey, and recorded within this report. In order for a building occupier to meet their duties under regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006 they must implement a management policy and plan for known or presumed Asbestos Containing Materials. This survey report can be used as a basis to start developing a management plan and prioritise actions but in itself does not constitute a management plan as required under the Control of Asbestos Regulations Further guidance on the implementation of asbestos management plans can be found in the HSE Guidance document HSG 227 a comprehensive guide to Managing Asbestos in premises, or by contacting Life Environmental Services Ltd., for further specific advice. N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 5 of 36

6 SURVEY RESULTS The results of the survey inspections and sampling undertaken are recorded on the enclosed Survey Data Sheets (appendix 1), Asbestos Register (appendix 2) and Non-Asbestos Material Register (appendix 3). Where asbestos containing material have been identified or presumed to be present then a Material Assessment Algorithm has been calculated as detailed in MDHS 100 and reproduced in the table below: MATERIAL ASSESSMENT ALGORITHM Sample Variable Score Examples of Score 1 Asbestos reinforced composites (plastics, resins, mastics, roofing felts, vinyl floor tiles, semi rigid paint or decorative finishes, asbestos cement, etc). Product type (or debris from product). 2 Asbestos insulating board, millboards, other low-density insulation boards, asbestos textiles, gaskets, ropes and woven textiles, asbestos paper and felt. 3 Thermal insulation (e.g.: pipe and boiler lagging) sprayed asbestos, loose asbestos, asbestos mattresses and packing. 0 Good condition: no visible damage. Extent of damage/deterioration. 1 Low damage: a few scratches or surface marks; broken edges on boards, tiles, etc. 2 Medium damage: significant breakage of materials or several small areas where material has been damaged revealing loose asbestos fibre. 3 High damage or delamination of materials, sprays and thermal insulation. Visible asbestos debris. 0 Composite materials containing asbestos: reinforced plastics, resins, and vinyl tiles. Surface Treatment 1 Enclosed sprays and lagging, AIB (with exposed face painted or encapsulated), unsealed cement sheets, etc. 2 Unsealed AIB, or encapsulated lagging and sprays. 3 Unsealed lagging and sprays. 1 Chrysotile. Asbestos type 2 Amphibole asbestos excluding Crocidolite. 3 Crocidolite. N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 6 of 36

7 SURVEY RESULTS (continued) For each of the four variables given by the table on the previous page a score is allocated. The four scores are added together to give a material assessment score of between 2 and 12 Materials with assessment scores of 10 or more should be regarded as high risk with a high potential to release fibres if disturbed. Materials with assessment scores of between 7 and 9 should be regarded as medium risk and having medium potential to release fibres if disturbed. Materials with assessment scores of between 5 and 6 should be regarded as low risk and having low potential to release fibres if disturbed. Materials with assessment scores of 4 and below should be regarded as being very low risk and having very low potential to release fibres if disturbed. The Next Inspection date on the survey data sheets is the target date for the next inspection of the Asbestos Containing Material by Life Environmental Services Ltd. The Action Date on the Asbestos Register is the target date for the duty holder(s) to carry out the surveyors recommendation prior to the next re-inspection being carried out by Life Environmental Services Ltd. N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 7 of 36

8 GENERAL CAVEAT For safety reasons it is not possible to inspect internal areas of plant and machinery. Access to internal wall linings and general cavities was restricted to avoid excessive damage to surface finishes. Where areas have been designated as 'no access' or restricted access, unless further inspection/sampling proves otherwise, the presumption has been made that these structures/areas contain asbestos materials. It is presumed that asbestos may be present as integral linings associated with various access doors/hatches on site During the course of the survey it may not have been possible to access all areas of the site. Details of areas requiring further access are identified within the Data Sheets of this report. In accordance with MDHS 100, asbestos is presumed to be present within these areas and should be treated accordingly until further inspection and analysis of building fabric and services proves otherwise. It is recommended that further intrusive inspection and sampling be carried out where site refurbishment, maintenance, or similar may disturb Asbestos Containing Materials that have remained inaccessible during this survey, this should be a Type 3 survey as described in MDHS 100. Residual asbestos material may be present beneath re-lagged services and cannot be detected unless the re-lagging is systematically removed. Caution should therefore be taken when working on such materials for the potential presence of asbestos residue. Textured Coatings such as Artex may contain a trace quantity of Chrysotile asbestos. Due to this low asbestos content, applications of this product may be non-homogenous and may elicit both positive and negative samples. Where both positive and negative samples are obtained the client should presume that the textured coating contains Chrysotile throughout even though a non-detected result has been obtained. This report does not include investigations into land contamination associated with asbestos or any other contaminant. Due to the nature of asbestos surveys, Life Environmental Services Ltd will not accept any liability for claims arising out of pollution or contamination of any kind. N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 8 of 36

9 RECOMMENDATIONS To comply with and ensure that the requirements of section 2 & 3 of the Health and Safety at Work Act (as amended) 1974, the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006 and the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 2002 are met. The following recommendations should be implemented: Undertake suitable and sufficient Risk Assessments of identified asbestos containing materials against normal occupation and maintenance operations, in compliance with Regulations 3 of the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and Regulation 6 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations The findings of the survey be brought to the attention of those persons who are likely to come in contact with asbestos, in compliance with Section 2 and 3 of the Health and Safety at Work Act (as amended) 1974 and Regulation 9 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations Implement an Asbestos Management Policy, Plan and review process in compliance Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations Instigate regular inspections, to record and update details of retained asbestos containing materials. During the course of the survey it may not have been possible to access all areas of the site. Details of areas requiring further access is identified within the Data Sheets of this report. In accordance with MDHS 100, asbestos is presumed to be present within these areas and should be treated accordingly until further inspection and analysis of building fabric and services proves otherwise. Where asbestos debris or asbestos in poor condition has been found it is recommended that access is restricted to these areas in accordance with Regulation 11 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006, and that air monitoring is carried out within adjacent areas in order to assess airborne fibre levels. All identified asbestos to be appropriately labelled. Site specific recommendations in respect to the location and condition of asbestos materials identified during the course of this inspection are detailed in the Survey Data Sheets and Asbestos register. In considering the management of asbestos materials identified to date, these recommendations should be referred to and complied with. It is recommended that further intrusive investigations and sampling be carried out where any refurbishment, maintenance, or similar activity may expose asbestos materials that have remained inaccessible during this survey. This should be a type 3 survey as documented by MDHS 100. The findings of this report should not be solely relied upon in obtaining costs for proposed asbestos abatement work. Any proposed abatement/removal of the asbestos should be undertaken against a detailed specification. N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 9 of 36

10 QUALITY ASSURANCE STATEMENT This Report has been compiled by the following authorised Lead Surveyor. Name Jason Ormrod Signed Date 27 October 2009 The contents of this Report have been checked by the following member of the Technical Management Team. Name Title Ian McMillan Project Manager Signed Date 27 October 2009 N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 10 of 36

11 Appendix 1 Survey Data Sheets N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 11 of 36

12 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Stairs Next Inspection Sample No 3 Level of Identification Sampled Laboratory Ref Description Item: Ceiling. Textured coating to ceiling Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Decorative finishes NAD - No Asbestos Detected Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 12 of 36

13 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Stairs Next Inspection Sample No As 2 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Floor. Visually consistent with sample number 2. Beige floor tiles Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Floor tiles SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 13 of 36

14 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Corridor Next Inspection Sample No As 3 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Ceiling. Visually consistent with sample number 3. Textured coating to ceiling Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Decorative finishes SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 14 of 36

15 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Central Stairs Next Inspection Sample No As 2 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Floor. Visually consistent with sample number 2. Beige floor tiles Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Floor tiles SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 15 of 36

16 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Central Stairs Next Inspection Sample No As 3 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Ceiling. Visually consistent with sample number 3. Textured coating to ceiling Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Decorative finishes SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 16 of 36

17 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Stairs Next Inspection Sample No 4 Level of Identification Sampled Laboratory Ref Description Item: Ceiling. Textured coating to ceiling Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Decorative finishes NAD - No Asbestos Detected Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 17 of 36

18 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Stairs Next Inspection Sample No As 2 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Floor. Visually consistent with sample number 2. Beige floor tiles Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Floor tiles SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 18 of 36

19 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Corridor Next Inspection Sample No As 4 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Ceiling. Visually consistent with sample number 4. Textured coating to ceiling Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Decorative finishes SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 19 of 36

20 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Entrance Next Inspection Sample No As 2 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Floor. Visually consistent with sample number 2. Beige floor tiles Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Floor tiles SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 20 of 36

21 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor First Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Entrance Next Inspection Sample No As 4 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Ceiling. Visually consistent with sample number 4. Textured coating to ceiling Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Decorative finishes SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 21 of 36

22 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor Second Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Loft Next Inspection 22 March 2010 Sample No Level of Identification Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Fire Break. Limited access within loft area accessed from the hatch only, boarding used as fire break caution should be exercised. Score Product Type Asbestos insulating board 2 Extent of Damage Low Damage 1 Surface Treatment Unsealed AIB, encapsulated spray, textiles, & T.I. 2 Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Throughout Area Usually inaccessible Algorithm Score 12 RECOMMENDATION Label & manage Presumed Asbestos is scored 12 (worst case) until sampled /inspected N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 22 of 36

23 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor Second Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Corridor Next Inspection Sample No 1 Level of Identification Sampled Laboratory Ref Description Item: Ceiling. Textured coating to ceiling Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Decorative finishes NAD - No Asbestos Detected Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 23 of 36

24 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor Second Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Central Stairs Next Inspection Sample No 2 Level of Identification Sampled Laboratory Ref Description Item: Floor. Beige floor tiles Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Floor tiles NAD - No Asbestos Detected Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 24 of 36

25 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor Second Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Central Stairs Next Inspection Sample No As 1 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Ceiling. Visually consistent with sample number 1. Textured coating to ceiling Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Decorative finishes SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 25 of 36

26 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor Second Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Stairs Next Inspection Sample No As 1 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Ceiling. Visually consistent with sample number 1. Textured coating to ceiling Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Decorative finishes SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 26 of 36

27 Lead Surveyor Jason Ormrod Building Communal Areas Survey Type Type 2 Floor Second Floor Survey Date 22 September 2009 Room/Area Stairs Next Inspection Sample No As 2 Level of Identification Strong Presumed Laboratory Ref Description Item: Floor. Visually consistent with sample number 2. Beige floor tiles Product Type Extent of Damage Surface Treatment Asbestos Type Amount Accessibility Floor tiles SP: NAD Algorithm Score 0 Score RECOMMENDATION No recommendation required N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 27 of 36

28 Appendix 2 Asbestos Register N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 28 of 36

29 Asbestos Register Building Floor Room/Area Sample Product Type Identification LM/SM Algorithm Recommendations Action Date Communal Loft Asbestos insulating Throughout 12 Label & manage 22 March 2010 Areas board Area N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 29 of 36

30 Appendix 3 Non-Asbestos Materials Register N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 30 of 36

31 Non-Asbestos Materials Register Building Floor Room/Area Item Material Communal Areas Stairs Ceiling Decorative finishes Communal Areas Stairs Floor Floor tiles Communal Areas Stairs Wall Brick Communal Areas Corridor Ceiling Decorative finishes Communal Areas Corridor Floor Concrete Communal Areas Corridor Wall Brick Communal Areas Central Stairs Ceiling Decorative finishes Communal Areas Central Stairs Floor Concrete Communal Areas Central Stairs Wall Brick Communal Areas Central Stairs Floor Floor tiles Communal Areas Stairs Ceiling Decorative finishes Communal Areas Stairs Floor Floor tiles Communal Areas Stairs Wall Brick Communal Areas Corridor Floor Concrete Communal Areas Corridor Wall Brick Communal Areas Corridor Ceiling Decorative finishes Communal Areas Entrance Wall Brick Communal Areas Entrance Floor Floor tiles Communal Areas Entrance Ceiling Decorative finishes Communal Areas Entrance Floor Concrete Communal Areas Loft Roof Roofing felt/bitumen Communal Areas Loft Ceiling MMMF insulation Insulation Communal Areas Loft Wall Brick Communal Areas Corridor Floor Concrete Communal Areas Corridor Ceiling Decorative finishes Communal Areas Corridor Wall Brick Communal Areas Central Stairs Floor Concrete Communal Areas Central Stairs Stair Rubber Nosing Strip Communal Areas Central Stairs Wall Brick Communal Areas Central Stairs Floor Floor tiles Communal Areas Central Stairs Ceiling Decorative finishes Communal Areas Stairs Wall Brick Communal Areas Stairs Ceiling Decorative finishes Communal Areas Stairs Floor Floor tiles N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 31 of 36

32 Appendix 4 Areas of No Access N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 32 of 36

33 Areas of No Access Building Location Communal Areas Loft Fire Break (Location: 001) N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 33 of 36

34 Appendix 5 Plans N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 34 of 36

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38 Appendix 6 Analysis Certificates N SURVEY REPORT ver1 March 2009 Page 35 of 36

39 BULK SAMPLE ANALYSIS TEST CERTIFICATE No: N Client Contact: Gary Rostron The Regenda Group Regenda House Enterprise Business Park Northgate Close Horwich, Bolton BL6 6PQ Life Environmental Services Ltd Contact: Ian McMillan Life Environmental Services Ltd 4 Duckett s Wharf South Street Bishop s Stortford Hertfordshire CM23 3AR Tel: Tel: Fax: Fax: Site: Sunnyside Court Avondale Road Southport PR9 0NU Date Sampled/Received: 22 September 2009 sample taken by Jason Ormrod No. Item Material Location/Comments Asbestos Result 1 Ceiling Decorative Corridor NAD finishes 2 Floor Floor tiles Central Stairs NAD 3 Ceiling Decorative finishes 4 Ceiling Decorative finishes Stairs Stairs NAD NAD Analysts Name: Dom Lee Signature: Analysts Name: Khem Nath Dhakal Signature: Test Date: 02 October 2009 TEST NOTES: 1.Samples submitted for examination have been analysed to determine the presence of asbestos fibres using the methods documented in the HSG248 The Analyst Guide For Sampling Analysis and Clearance Procedures & in house procedures in section 11 of the Quality Manual. 2. Samples in this test report have been analysed at our Bishop Stortford Laboratory. 3. This test report shall not be reproduced or copied without the written approval of Life Environmental Services Limited. 4. Opinion and interpretations are outside the scope of accreditation and are not included within this test report 5. Samples taken by Life Environmental Services Ltd are in accordance with the HSG 248 The Analyst Guide For Sampling Analysis and Clearance Procedures and MDHS Where a sample taken by a client is considered too small it will be marked thus ~ 7. Life Environmental Services Ltd are not responsible for sampling errors where they have not taken the sample. TEST CERTIFICATES ISSUED UNDER HEAD OFFICE UKAS ACCREDITATION No Page 36 of Life Environmental Services Ltd Master Document- BULKS Report ver1 March 2009 M:\Tracker\Documents\Project Files\N\N( )\N-01240\N Survey Report.doc

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