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Nijenborgh 4 open as usual

13 September 2010
The Nijenborgh 4 Natural Sciences building will be open to the public as usual as of Monday morning. Air samples taken from building wing 16 this weekend were found to comply with the safety rules. Spots where asbestos was discovered have been cleaned. Therefore, those parts of the building wing 16 and 17 that had to be closed last Friday, will be reopened.
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