Re: Disposal of paraffin blocks

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From:"Lois Cook" <> (by way of histonet)
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histotechs a
>copy of Freida Carson's book. Only the suits and their dressed-for-success
>secretaries have Internet access. And it doesn't look like that's going to
>change in my remaining years in pathology.
>Bob Richmond
>Samurai Pathologist
>Knoxville TN
In reply to the question about disposal of paraffin blocks.  In Calif.
at least it is illegal to burn them or to put them in biohazard trash.
We have a company called Safeclean haul them.  What do they do with
them?  I have never been able to find out.  We can burn specimens and the
plastic containers they are in but not blocks--go figure!

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