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The restrooms, for instance. A definite biohazard. Your cubicle-mate's quarter of the quadrangle. That quarter too is toxic. Anywhere unwelcome odors accumulate is a good candidate for this molded ABS plastic biohazard emblem. It's faithful to the trefoil biohazard sign developed by Dow Chemical Company in 1966 able to be recreated with a compass and straight edge for you smart asses out there. But this one's pre-printed with a strong, 3M adhesive backing that's paint-safe for cars and attaches to any flat surface. Measures about 4" wide.
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