Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2010 09:52:18 -0500
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From: "Bradley, Shelly" <Bradley**At_Symbol_Here**HENDRIX.EDU>
Subject: Re: Cupric Sulfate Solution Disposal
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City Sewer Ordinance here allows disch arge to sewer system of copper at 2 ppm or less.

Shelly Bradley

Instrumentation Specialist< /span>

Laboratory Development Assistant< /o:p>

Campus Chemical Compliance Director

Chemistry Department

Hendrix College

Conway, AR 72032

(501) 450-3812


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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Cupric Su lfate Solution Disposal


I am curious as to how others may be handling dilute solutions of cupric sulfate.  Do you drain dispose if it is a very low concentration? At what concentration would you consider managing this solution as hazardous waste?


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