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Empty fire extinguisher canisters



Our National Guard training ground uses dry chemical and halon fire extinguishers in their training exercises, and ends up with empty canisters, some that cannot be refilled. How should these be managed? Can they go into scrap metal? Thanks for your responses. Cindy

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Cindy McComas
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Minnesota Technical Assistance Program
University of Minnesota
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