Date: Mon, 2 May 2005 11:25:29 -0500
Reply-To: Diane Amell <Diane.Amell**At_Symbol_Here**STATE.MN.US>
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From: Diane Amell <Diane.Amell**At_Symbol_Here**STATE.MN.US>
Subject: Re: Non-hazardous Disinfectant
Comments: To: Shelley.Murphy**At_Symbol_Here**HOLLISTER.COM
Try the following websites: (EPA registered products) (sterilants and high level
disinfectants cleared by FDA)

We refer to these lists to find approved products for use against TB
and bloodborne pathogens.

- Diane Amell, MNOSHA

>>> "Shelley Murphy"  4/29/2005 1:10:48
PM >>>
Does anyone have a recommendation for a non-hazardous disinfectant that
be used in a medical/food manufacturing setting?  I am looking for a
chemical to replace the Isopropyl alcohol currently used for this
The replacement must be non-toxic and not need to be stored, handled,
disposed of as a hazardous chemical.

Thanks to anyone with recommendations!

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