mowingAddress:   2020 E. M-36  Pinckney, MI 48169

Director of Buildings and Grounds: 
Jim Hayden 
810.225.3973

Lead Maintenance:
Terry Conklin
810.225.3985

Lead Grounds:
Matt Breijak
810.225.3983

Shipping & Recieving:
Candice Featherly
810.225.3984

Head Custodians:

Pinckney Community High School
Ruth Ransom 
810.225.5535

Pathfinder School
Duane Davis
810.225.5236

Navigator Upper Elementary
Nancy Beattie
810.225.5335

Country Elementary
Jeff Hammon
810.225.6635

Farley Hill Elementary
Mark Collings
810.225.6435

 


MSDS Vendor Links:

Grainger

Betco

DEBS

Buckeye

Essential Industries

 


AHERA Notification

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Dear Parents, Students, Employees, Visitors:

In 1986, Congress passed the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA). This required schools to be inspected to identify any asbestos containing building materials. All Pinckney Community Schools buildings were inspected and suspected materials were sampled to be tested and rated according to condition and potential hazard. Every three years, Pinckney is required to be re-inspected to determine if any known or suspected asbestos containing building materials (ACBM) has changed and to make recommendations on managing or removing the ACBM.

The law further requires an asbestos management plan be developed to monitor any known or suspected ACBM. The plan has several ongoing requirements: This notification letter announcing the availability of the management plans for anyone to review upon request, training of the support staff about asbestos and how to deal with it, notifying short term workers such as sub-contractors of the locations of any known or suspected ACBM and posting of warning signs adjacent to locations of known or suspected ACBM. The designated asbestos coordinator conducts a six-month inspection of areas of the buildings where known or suspected ACBM are located to assure they remain in good condition.

It is the intention of Pinckney Community Schools to comply with all federal and state regulations controlling asbestos and to take whatever steps are necessary to ensure students and employees a healthy and safe environment in which to learn and work.

You are welcome to review a copy of the asbestos management plan upon request,

I can be reached at the phone number below.

James Hayden

Designated Asbestos

Program Coordinator

810/225-3973

 

 


Watershed Information

In 1999 the Enivorment Protection Agency (EPA) established Phase II of the Clean Water Act to address the the problem of protecting our areas water resourses from polluted stormwater runoff. Pinckney Community Schools is located in the Lower Huron River watershed that covers over 900 square miles or 576,000 acres. The Huron river itself is approximately 136 miles long and encompassing seven counties. 24 major tributaries flow in the Huron River. Most of the Huron River watershed in Livingston county is in Hamburg Township. In October of 2003 the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) issued a permit that authorizes PCS to discharge storm water through a separate storm drainage stystem to the waters of the state. Earth-Day-2006-002 

INFORMATION LINKS

 

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

Report any hazardous waste or illicit discharge that is found on school property.

Call 810-225-3973


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