Re: back to the B5 topic
From what I've been told there are a number of states, counties and
municipalities that not only won't allow mercury products to be disposed of
within their confines, but prohibit even the generation of mercury wastes.
So, there may be laws that apply to where you work as to whether you may use
B5 even though you could pay a hazordous waste disposal company to haul it
away. Hope this helps.
>From: "Chung, Luong"
>To: "Histonet (E-mail)"
>Subject: back to the B5 topic
>Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 15:52:52 -0400
>Does anyone out there still using B5 fixative? If you switch to another
>substitute, what is a good one?
>Has anyone do any comparison studies? When is the deadline to stop the
>usage of B5?
>Any suggestion would be very helpful.
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