Likely the narrow mouth bottles are empty acid and solvent bottles that
have been repurposed for waste accumulation.
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>laboratories and wonder if there is a practical reason to have narrow
>mouth bottles rather than wide mouth bottles. It seems like the wide
>mouth bottles would eliminate the need for a funnel during the filling
>process and lead to less exterior contamination of the waste bottle.
>However, standard practice appears to be narrow mouth bottles and I
>wonder if this is due to a specific practical reason or inertia?
>Thanks for any thoughts on this.
>Ralph Stuart, CIH, CCHO
>Chemical Hygiene Officer
>Keene State College
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