From: Robert Torregrosa <robtorreg**At_Symbol_Here**YAHOO.COM>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] working with Ethanedithiol
Date: August 15, 2012 1:52:54 PM EDT
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To decontaminate sulfur containing compounds (thiols, sulfides, sulfones, sulfoxides), just rinse with bleach. Household bleach will work perfectly.

From: Yung Morgan <pmorgan**At_Symbol_Here**EHS.UMASS.EDU>
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 12:17 PM
Subject: [DCHAS-L] working with Ethanedithiol

Dear members,
Hope the Summer is finding you well and somewhat rested(?). A question came from  our sister school re:  working with Ethane dithiol in a glove box. Any thought on this? Also  what kind of  decontamination procedures for glassware before disposing?  We usually find glass only boxes full of smelly broken glass and our custodial group  would refuse to remove them.
Again thank you so much for any thought you may have.   Continue doing great work and enjoying the last of Summer.   
Best wishes
Yung Morgan, MsPH
Laboratory Safety
Industrial Hygiene Services
Environmental Health and Safety
117 Draper hall
UMASS,Amherst MA 01003
phone (413)  545-2682
Fax  (413) 545-2600
email : pmorgan**At_Symbol_Here**
            IH  motivation: saving the world, one fume hood  at the time. YM

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