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Posted by: Ron Helpard on 8/7/03 Title: muriatic acid
Postnum: 10 EntryID:32
What is the safest and enviro. frenndly way of disposal.

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Posted by: Gregg on 8/8/03 Title: Re: muriatic acid
Postnum: 10 EntryID:33
Ron: Depending on your volume, we at PSC treat muriatic/ hydrochloric acid at our Fort Erie, ON facility. Email me to discuss.

Thanks GF

Posted by: Ron Helpard on 8/8/03 Title: Re: muriatic acid
Postnum: 10 EntryID:34
Ours is pretty small, used for rust removal on small parts before chroming. Maybe a couple of litres a week.

Ron

Posted by: TOMAS KORDA on 9/24/03 Title: Re: muriatic acid
Postnum: 10 EntryID:61
A COUPLE OF LITERS A WEEK IS NOT WORTH RECYCLING, PLACE IT IN DRUMS AND WE WOULD BE HAPPY TO DISPOSE OF IT.

WITH LOW METALS AND LOW SUSPENDED SOLIDS IT COULD BE USED AS A FLOCULENT FOR A NON POTABLE WATER SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT.

Posted by: Rick on 1/28/05 Title: Re: muriatic acid
Postnum: 10 EntryID:471
I will be cleaning concrete garage floors and using muriatic acid to do some cleaning...not a great amount .but still I want to be responsible...can it be just diluted after washing and wash it away as it will be spread all over the concrete slabs or floors.... thank you


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