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Publication Date: 10/01/2000
Type: Brochure
Title: Do your fluids contain chlorine?
Author: Alice Chapman, George Perry and Gail Savina
Abstract: In Washington State, some spent metalworking fluids can be burned as used oil; others cannot. Some must be managed as hazardous waste. To make sure machine shops dispose of wastes in the right place, shop managers need to know if the fluids - and the materials they contact - contain compounds with chlorine.
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