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printech, October, 2000
Re: yellow magic cleaner & hands'afe cleaner


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From:Alexander Ross(RossRadTec@AOL.com)
Date:Sat, 21 Oct 2000 15:04:16 EDT


The spate of negative criticism on my revelation that there is a new, very low VOC cleaner availabile came as a great surprise to me. I think that Jeff Adrian got it right. In my enthusiasm, I did not stop to regard the commercial aspects of my message. I am in complete agreement that commercialism should be kept out of the listserves. Let me assure one and all that neither I nor RadTech has any commercial interest in this development. I was smitten with the performance of the cleaner reported by some of the users of UVand EB coatings. Since the source of this product is a young entrpreneur who does not have access to the printing industry, I offerred to put in the listserve. I thought that listserve members who are dedicated to VOC reduction would be happy to hear about such a product. I still think that it can be a valuable tool for pollution prevention. I do apologize to those who feel that I have transgressed. P.S. I have seen referrals to commercial products from time to time on the listserve. In general, they were in response to specific requests. I guess that such referrals are different from the one discussed here. Alexander Ross. Ph.D. Government Affairs Director RadTech International, NA 400 N. Cherry St. Falls Church, VA 22046 Phone: 703-534-9313 Fax: 703-533-1910 E-mail: RossRadTec@AOL.com



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