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From: Hank Dozier
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
Date: April 25, 2002
Brandie...Interesting. Have some questions, which if you do not wish to answer on the forum, you can answer just to me. First one is how you have to handle the steam/fumes from this unit, and the second one is how the contaminated fluid is disposed of to the new environmental ruls. In Michigan, this stuff is considered to be extrememly hazardous waste, since heavy metals are present in the sludge. Also, the oil-based sludge is not politically correct either. With cooking units, the gases are run through a filrter trap/catalyst, and the "dust" from shot-peening is vacuum up and put in special bags for collection and disposal. Thereby protecting the workers and the waste stream from contamination. Just wondering?