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Chalk buildup cleanups 2-May-2019 At 6:50:32 PM Duang Daunk
On 30-Apr-2019 One Day Hero wrote:
>From an environmental point of view, chalk is white dirt. Just brush
>it off and the wind will blow it away, or it will blend in with the brown
>dirt on the ground and have zero impact on the environment.

You sure bro?
Back in 2005 WM thought otherwise-

Just one post on a long Interesting thread.
He also made a post with photos showing the damage but the link to them seems to be broken.

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