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Re: FW: Fibre drum disposal/recycler




Was the product in direct contact with the fiber drum?  Is the inside of
the drum coated (e.g., with a wax coating or someother kind of coating)?
Or, was there a (plastic) liner between the product and the fiber drum?

Dave Salman
Coatings and Consumer Products Group
US EPA OAQPS (Mail Drop 13)
RTP NC 27711
tel (919) 541-0859
fax (919) 541-5689
e-mail salman.dave@epa.gov




                                                                                    
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Hello P2tech Members,

I am looking for a company that can facilitate the disposal/recycling of 45

gallon fibre drums from a food processing plant in the St.Marys, Ontario,
Canada area (St.Marys is approximately 40 km NE of London, Ontario).  The
drums in question are composed of a heavy cardboard with a metal ring at
the top and bottom for support. They were originally used to transport food

ingredients (relish, hot sauce...whatever the recipe required) and have
been thoroughly rinsed out.  If anyone can provide some guidance, it would
be appreciated.

Jamie Austin
Environmental Services Coordinator
244 Pall Mall Street
London, ON  N6A 5P6
Tel: (519) 439-2541
Fax: (519) 439-8381
Email: inquiries@emrcb.on.ca
URL: www.emrcb.on.ca