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Re: Disposal of some yucky chemicals

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  • Sherry Ross
    Check with your local Hazardous waste depot for places to despose of the chemicals or places that will take it. Waste management services would be another
    Message 1 of 10 , Jul 19, 2008
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      Check with your local Hazardous waste depot for places to despose of
      the chemicals or places that will take it. Waste management services
      would be another resource




      --- In TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com, queenortart
      <queenortart@...> wrote:
      >
      > My inclination even though it will cost money is to call a specialist
      > waste disposal company. The legal and potential financial consequences
      > of doing anything else are not good
      >
      > Sue
      >
      > 2008/7/16 Jennifer <Jolica17@...>:
      > > Hi there. I just recently took over as the costume supervisor for a
      > > ballet company. As I was going through the costume shop I found some
      > > chemicals that I will never use and frankly don't want in my shop.
      > > Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find info. on how to safely
      > > dispose of these chemicals. I've looked up the MSDS but these only
      > > tell you how to handle it safely, not how to get rid of it safely.
      > > Any ideas where I might be able to find this info. The chemicals I
      > > have are Everblum (Special Cleaning Fluid) and Imperial Cleaner. The
      > > Imperial Cleaner is in a can that looks to date from the 60s.
      > > Slightly scary, but true. Any input on what to do would be greatly
      > > appreciated!
      > >
      > > Thanks & Have a Groovy Day!
      > > Jen
      > >
      > >
      >
      >
      >
      > --
      > "We can lick gravity but sometimes the paperwork is overwhelming."
      >
      > Wernher von Braun
      >
    • Pixie
      you could phone your local fire department and ask them, they should be able to give you some advice, hope this helps. ~Lily
      Message 2 of 10 , Jul 19, 2008
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        you could phone your local fire department and ask them, they should be
        able to give you some advice, hope this helps. ~Lily
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