BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We here at BocaNewsNow.com would like to be among the first to wish you a happy Hazardous Material Awareness Week. The theme this week is Mercury. The State of Florida is encouraging you to get to know this substance that can both tell you how hot or cold it is outside, and kill you. Happy Mercury Week! If you ever wonder what Governor Rick Scott does during his down time in Tallahassee — check out his HazMat proclamation by clicking here.
Incidentally, we do not mean to undervalue the life-risking work of our incredibly brave Florida emergency services workers. They are highly trained and highly professional.
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