[Histonet] RE: Limit on amount of formalin you can pour down sink?

Bonner, Janet Janet.Bonner <@t> FLHOSP.ORG
Fri Jul 22 14:36:27 CDT 2005

  Orlando Florida allows it.  A few of the large cities are equipped to
handle formalin in the system.  You have to contact the municipal water
system people to see if they are set up to handle the formalin and receive
written confirmation for your records (and the inspectors) before you start
dumping ANY of it in the sink.
  We just started recycling ours with a Creative Waste Solutions,Inc
Formalin recycler (rex <@t> cwsincorp.com) and have been very pleased with the
results.  How and why it works I leave to him to explain, but it does.

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Subject: [Histonet] RE: Limit on amount of formalin you can pour down

Hi Histonetters,
Does anyone know of any regulations as to the amount of formalin one can
pour down the sink? I am in Texas. 

Thank you.

Marsha Price

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