Chemgon® alters waste

Sept. 1, 1998
Str8line Enviroprint Products introduces Chemgon®, a patented polymer that encapsulates X-ray chemical waste by absorbing the waste into a sponge-like polymer crystal that neutralizes and bonds silver ions to itself.

Str8line Enviroprint Products introduces Chemgon®, a patented polymer that encapsulates X-ray chemical waste by absorbing the waste into a sponge-like polymer crystal that neutralizes and bonds silver ions to itself.

This material then becomes a nontoxic, nonhazardous, solid, suitable for municipal landfill or incineration for silver recovery (smelting). Once the five-gallon container is full, you can dispose of the altered waste by depositing it in your trash.

A Chemgon® container will alter up to five gallons of any brand of X-ray developer and fixer or MRI developer and fixer.

For more details, call Str8line Enviroprint Products at (970) 259-2267 or check out the Web site at www.str8.com.

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