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RE: Cayenne pepper sludge



I bought a product at the local hardware store called "SHOT-GUN Hot Pepper
Wax Animal Repellent" intended to prevent rabbits, deer, squirrels, and
other critters from the eating the plants, wood posts, etc. It contains
Capsaicin-the hot pepper source-, wax, and appears to be mostly water-based.
It dries to a waxy film and seems to work. So far the deer and rabbits
haven't developed a taste for spicy foods.  It is manufactured by Bonide
Products Inc, 2 Wurtz Avenue, Yorkville, NY 13495. Maybe this company could
use this in their products or suggest who could.

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net
[mailto:owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net]On Behalf Of Judith Wlodarczyk
Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 2003 6:11 AM
To: p2tech@great-lakes.net
Cc: Kim Trella
Subject: Cayenne pepper sludge




The request is from a company that uses cayenne pepper in the manufacturing
of
sore muscle rubs.  Olive oil and the cayenne pepper are mixed together for a
time - then after the pepper infuses the oil the olive oil is strained out.
This leaves a cayenne pepper sludge as a by-product.  Any ideas for use of
this
by-product to avoid disposal?

Thanks,
Judy Wlodarczyk
Environmental Management Specialist

CONNSTEP, Inc.
1090 Elm St.
Suite 202
Rocky Hill, CT  06067
www.connstep.org

Phone:  860-644-9718
Fax:       860-529-5001
Email:    jwlodarc@connstep.org



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