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RE: HVLP painting equipment and robots
We collect the waste powder spray and bake it into bricks. It is
still a waste but it is non-hazardous.
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> Sent: Thursday, June 26, 1997 2:08 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: HVLP painting equipment and robots
> We have had people on this list server who have watched the switch to
> paint only to have a new waste stream generated - waste powder paint.
> This is
> something the vendors totally neglect to tell their customers about.
> It is a
> problem when multiple colors are applied in a day. No one seemes to
> know what
> to do with mixed powder paint. Is this something the CTC has dealt
> Bob Pojasek
> (617) 225-0812