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printech, May, 2000
RE: disposal of ink cans and plastics


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From:Johnson, Greg(gregj@rsigns.com)
Date:Wed, 10 May 2000 07:27:04 -0500


It sounds like you didn't drain and scrape the cans clean. The oven (dryer) was to make sure that I had no possibility of a liquid left to drain into the ground. If you have been to a scrap yard everything ends up on the ground. I'm paid for any metal waste stream. It basically gets down to meeting their standards. I also had my scrap dealer come in before I started to do this to make sure that I was meeting their criteria. I think that is one of the most important aspects of recycling and if it doesn't work out the first time keep trying, don't give up. And as I stated. Check with your State/County/City. Greg Johnson E H S Manager Rainbow Signs, Inc. 3500 Thurston Avenue Anoka, MN 55303 e-mail: gregj@rsigns.com 763-576-6572



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