[Histonet] Re: CBG Biotech solvent recycler

rgrow <@t> bmnet.com rgrow <@t> bmnet.com
Thu Mar 15 14:32:57 CDT 2007

I have used both CBG and   BR Instruments recyclers.  Either is a good
choice.  You need to sell the "higher ups" on the environmental and cost
savings.  You can make all your diluted alcohols from the 95% recycled
product.  And the xylene (I use the real stuff) is better after recycling!
Just smells different.  One word of caution.  Be sure to keep xylene and
alcohol separated.  You can never get xylene out of alcohol, but you can
get alcohol out of xylene.  The rep's will guide you.

Happy Selling  :-))

Renee Grow, BA., HT (ASCP)
rgrow <@t> bmnet.com
Histology Supervisor
Blount Memorial Hospital
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Maryville, TN  37804-5016
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Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 13:53:41 -0400
From: "Roberta Horner" <rjr6 <@t> psu.edu>
Subject: [Histonet] CBG Biotech solvent recycler
To: <histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>

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Does anyone use the Biotech recycler for alcohols and xylene
substitutes?  Could you tell me what you think about them?  I have been
trying to talk the higher ups about getting a recycler but am tired of
jumping through hoops.

Roberta Horner HT HTL

Penn State University

Animal Diagnostic Lab

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