Glad you asked Brandon, I was wondering the same thing.
Safety Training Specialist
Environmental Health & Safety
Cal Poly State University
San Luis Obispo, CA
________________________________________ Barbara, Out of curiosity, why does your institution not permit Eco funnels? Brandon S. Chance, M.S., CCHO >Does anyone currently use 5-gallon waste containers with vented lids (not a side vent, but a vent in the main lid)? Previous post | Top of Page | Next post
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Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] 5-gallon waste container with vented lid
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On 4/22/16, 7:17 AM, "DCHAS-L Discussion List on behalf of Barbara Foster"
>If so, could you please forward the vendor information to me?
>I currently have vented lids for the 4-L bottles, but some of my researchers need larger containers.
>(Eco funnels are not permitted at my institution.)
>Thanks very much!
>Barbara L. Foster
>College Safety Officer
>Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
>West Virginia University
>DCHAS Fellow - American Chemical Society
Out of curiosity, why does your institution not permit Eco funnels?
Brandon S. Chance, M.S., CCHO
>Does anyone currently use 5-gallon waste containers with vented lids (not a side vent, but a vent in the main lid)?
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