has come to our attention that dental offices may need assistance
in complying with the EPA requirements.
the past, the disposal of spent photochemical in the dentists office
has been to routinely pour the chemicals down the drain. This practice
is now illegal, because the silver in the fixer chemistry has been
identified as a hazardous waste and therefore controlled by the
Federal EPA (CFR 40) maximum allowable discharge of silver as a
hazardous waste is five ( 5 ) PPM (parts per million in any amount
of solution), and many local water districts impose even lower limits.
dental offices must comply with these State and Local ordinances.
Random inspections are being performed by Enviromental officials!
will provide a photochemical processing unit to your facility. This
unit is designed to keep you in compliance with Federal, State,
and local EPA standards.
units are very conpact (10" X 10" ), because we realize that you
have space limitations. The unit is very easy to use and easy to
store when not in use.
Fixer Treatment Unit can be used manualy as as free-standing unit
or for automatic machines, installed in-line.
wil replace the unit once a year to insure your compliance.
are a Registered Hazardous Waste Transporter and we can provide
legal disposal of your unit.
EPA compliance, call
Fixer Treatment Systems