[Histonet] rapid freeze containers

Mickie Johnson mickie25 <@t> netzero.net
Sat Mar 1 11:15:00 CST 2008

This would be very interesting for Mohs techs too. We use a lot of Freeze
Spray. Would people mind replying to 'All' so we can all get a perspective
on this?  Thanks!  I have never seen a need for or a requirement for
disposing of these as hazardous waste when empty.

Best Regards,
Mickie Johnson, B.S., HTL(ASCP)
Mohs Histology Consulting Services, LLC
  & Mohs Lab Staffing
2507 S. Manito Blvd.
Spokane, WA 99203
FAX   509-624-3926
Web: www.mohshistogyconsulting.com & www.mohslabstaffing.com 
Email: mickie25 <@t> netzero.net
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[mailto:histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu] On Behalf Of Cheri Miller
Sent: Friday, February 29, 2008 10:00 AM
To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] rapid freeze containers

How is everyone disposing of their rapid freeze aerosol cans when empty? It
is considered hazardous waste here in Omaha, not bio hazard but hazardous in
the terms that the can is under pressure. We can purchase a can puncturer
for 1000.00 but that seems steep.


Cheryl Miller HT (ASCP)

Histology Supervisor

Physicians Laboratory,P.C.

Omaha, Ne. 

402 738 5052


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