I just got a comment off the list that says they don't make food containers
from recycled plastic. If that's the case, can't we recycle formalin
On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 8:34 AM, Mark Tarango wrote:
> Okay, good point. :)
> On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 8:30 AM, Jackie M O'Connor <
> Jackie.O'Connor@abbott.com > wrote:
> > I wouldn't think so - aldehydes may have leeched into the plastic.
> > Would you buy a baby bottle made from recycled formalin containers?
> > *"Mark Tarango" *
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> > 04/16/2008 10:01 AM
> > To
> > "Scott, Allison D"
> > cc
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> > Re: [Histonet] Disposal of formalin containers
> > I wondering... can they could be recycled?
> > On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 7:52 AM, Scott, Allison D <
> > Allison_Scott@hchd.tmc.edu> wrote:
> > > Hello to all in histoland. Our safety officer inquired If we had a
> > > procedure for the disposal of our formalin bottles. The only
> > procedure
> > > that I had was for the waste formalin. We just throw the bottles in
> > the
> > > trash for disposal. Does any one do anything special for this type of
> > > disposal. Your help in this matter will be greatly appreciated.
> > >
> > > Allison Scott HT(ASCP)
> > > Histology Supervisor
> > > LBJ Hospital
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