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Dentists and Hg




Colleagues,

We have been working with a dentist in western North Carolina that has a
sewer discharge permit for mercury of 0.03 ug/l  (note, detection is
typically 0.2 ug/l).  Even with the best mercury recovery/treatment
technologies for dentist's wastewater, there is no guarantee that they would
be consistently below detection for Hg.  This dentist has even considered
pump & hauling their effluent.  Does any have any experiences working with
such a case?

Terry Albrecht, P.E.
Program Director
Waste Reduction Partners
NCDPPEA/LOSRC Partnership
25 Heritage Drive
Asheville, NC 28806
828.251.6622 phone
828.251.6353 fax



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