Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 13:45:47 -0400
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Subject: Re: Peroxide Question
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That’s a good question.  I’ve read from some experts that the 100 ppm used, say, for the dip stick tests is arbitrary and not well-founded.  I’ll send you the link if you want

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I have a question:   What concentration of peroxide do you folks use for your “acceptable” level?   What is the basis for this level?

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Thanks for your help.

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Bill Galdenzi

Environmenta l, Health, and Safety

Boehringer-I ngelheim Pharamceuticals

(203) 778-7759


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