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printech, July, 2001
Re: Ink Waste


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From: Greg Johnson(gregj@rsigns.com)
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001-14:24:27


Conforms to astm-d-4236

 Exemption criteria: (1)require the inclusion of the hazardous substances for their functional purpose

                            (2)bear labeling giving adequate directions and warnings for safe use, and

                             (3) are intended for use by children who have attained sufficient maturity, and may reasonably be expected, to read             and  heed such directions and warnings. Is this what you are talking about? This is a UV. High School. 

 

Marcia Kinter wrote: 

Interesting. A quick question -- does your ink manufacturer label as required by the arts labeling standard? Others may think this is an unrelated issue, however, I field questions regarding the issue of donations to schools from technical assistance providers on a regular basis. It is important for all to understand that one cannot simply donate a product, must be aware of the regulatory responsibilities associated with that donation. If the original manufacturer has not undertaken the tests, then the printer may need to.

 Greg wrote: I would agree. The school I have been dealing with is already using the inks we are and was looking for a free source of material.



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