From: "Dona Lee Wong, Ph.D."
Date: August 10, 2009 3:01:06 PM EDT Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] 2 RE: [DCHAS-L] Disposal of butyl lithium Russ is correct. Massachusetts law does not permit us to treat hazardous chemicals to render them inactive and then dispose. That being the case, as long as the butyl lithium is still in water-free hexane, most seem to feel that there should not be a problem transporting it to a hazardous storage area for pick-up. But thanks, all. This forum is great! dona Dona Lee Wong, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry Harvard Medical School Director, Laboratory of Molecular and Developmental Neurobiology McLean Hospital 115 Mill Street, MRC #116 Belmont, MA 02478 Tel: 617-855-2042 FAX: 617-855-2058 e-mail: dona_wong**At_Symbol_Here**hms.harvard.edu
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