From: James Saccardo <James.Saccardo**At_Symbol_Here**CSI.CUNY.EDU>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] 5-gallon waste container with vented lid
Date: Fri, 6 May 2016 21:44:29 +0000
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Barbara, we don,t allow Eco funnels either. Try Western Fluids... Not the vaplock system, but they also have a variety of connectors that you can use to customize your set-up, if you guys are so inclined. They have a 1psi blow off valve and a ball valve connection if the bottle must be vented while adding.
I'm curious, is this for HPLC all GPC?
Feel free to contact me off the list Serv
James Saccardo, MS, CHMM

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> On Apr 29, 2016, at 6:54 AM, Naomi Kelly wrote:
> VWR is a good source for these lids. They have a variety of options.
> Naomi
> Naomi Kelly
> Chemical/Lab Safety Officer
> Clemson University
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> On 4/22/16 8:17 AM, "DCHAS-L Discussion List on behalf of Barbara Foster"
> wrote:
>> Does anyone currently use 5-gallon waste containers with vented lids (not
>> a side vent, but a vent in the main lid)?
>> 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
>> Barbara L. Foster
>> College Safety Officer
>> Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
>> West Virginia University
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