We have been recycling xylene and alcohol for almost 12 years. Previously we
had two excellent glass distillation units and we were very hesitant about
replacing them. About 18 months ago, through special hazardous waste
reduction money, we had the opportunity to order new recyclers. We demo-ed
or traveled to other labs to see and hear about the new enclosed recycling
The two units we were considering were equal on almost all of their features
and ability to recycle many solvents. Both companies have good customer
service and good products. Of the two which made the last round, we chose
the CBG (800-941-9484) for two reasons. Mobility-a feature we liked because
we could roll them out in the hall and get the floors under them
cleaned/waxed. Second, because they were very, very quiet!
Good luck in your decision making. You have made a good start by checking
with the HISTONET. Please call if there are any specific questions you may
have about our choice.
Barbara H. Stancel, HTL(ASCP)HT
USDA, FSIS, OPHS, Eastern Laboratory, Pathology
RRC, 950 College Station Road
Athens, Georgia 30604
phone: (706) 546-3556
fax: (706) 546-3589
I know there's several good brands of recyclers on the Market, but before I
start trialing some, I ask opinions of those of you on the histonet that
recycle.Reagents to possible recycle include alcohol, xylene, clearite,
Penfix and formalin.Any opinions from our experts would be appreciated.
Lakeland Regional Health System
St. Joseph, MI
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