Will the vendor take it off your hands to possibly refurbish?
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University of Washington Medical Center
Dept of Pathology Room BB220
1959 NE Pacific
Seattle, WA 98195
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Victoria Baker wrote:
> I'd contact your Safety and Maintenance departments to co-ordinate the
> removal of a hazardous materials instrument. It's a hazmat type issue
> that Safety should be well versed with The instrument will, most
> likely, have to be 'decontaminated' before they can break it down and
> discard. Recommended line of contacts for this would be your
> immediate supervisor and the Safety department supervisor. Do all of
> this in a written format that you have documentation to follow up on
> and keep for record purposes. OSHA/NIOSH have good websites to look
> at as well.
> I like John's method too though ;-) To quote PT Barnum - "There's a
> sucker born everyday!"
> On 4/30/08, Crystal Morris wrote:
>> Does anyone know how I should go about disposing of an old xylene recycler that no longer works?
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