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After the September 2010 Christchurch earthquake liquefaction poured out of the ground mostly in the East of Christchurch. This silt, which was a form of sand was declared safe and would not harm gardens if it spread around in moderation. After the February 2011 quake as a result of even more liquefaction and the sewers being ruptured the liquefaction was declared as toxic and people working with it should wear a mask, boos and gloves when moving it. 

This just so happens to be the words found on an old printing press. 

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