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Re: closed loop aqueous cleaning




CleanTech discusses this issue on a regular basis.  The first article
appears to provide several recent case studies.  

http://www.cleantechcentral.com/articles/AqueousCleaningSystemDesignRecycling.asp


http://www.cleantechcentral.com/articles/ClosedLoopCleanerRecycling.asp


Ray Graffia, President, Arbortech, McHenry, IL at 815-385-0001 has
worked with WMRC on this technology in the past.  




>>> Jennifer Griffith <jgriffith@newmoa.org> 08/26/02 10:39AM >>>
Greetings:
 
NEWMOA is in the process of preparing a technology "profile" on closed
loop/zero discharge aqueous cleaning to consolidate the information
out
there into one overview document that includes several brief case
studies.  Unfortunately, all the information that comes up from
various
web searches, including P2 organization databases is somewhat dated
(mid
to late 1990's) - does anyone have any more recent experience with
implementing a closed loop system - especially case study information?
Please note we are particularly interested in systems that are
appropriate for small, less sophisticated users.
 
Thank you!
 
Jennifer Griffith
Northeast Waste Management Officials' Association
(NEWMOA)
129 Portland Street, 6th Floor
Boston, MA  02114
(617) 367-8558, ext. 303
(617) 367-0449 (fax)
jgriffith@newmoa.org 
 

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