Having just purchased a new CEM microwave, I can tell you that they may be
interested in taking those old vessels off your hands. If it's not too
inconvenient, considering your location, you may want to contact CEM.
Linda S. Upp
AK Steel, Middletown Research Lab
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From: "Arndt Weiske" <[log in to unmask]>
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Date: 07/12/2018 08:18 AM
Subject: What to to with PFA vessels out of use
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we have some old sets of PFA microwave digestion vessels in our storage
room, resulting from scrapped CEM units. There is no more need for them.
Does anybody know something about PFA recycling? Is there any value of the
material in any reuse or recycling path, or is it normal laboratory waste?
Institut für Pflanzen- und Holzchemie
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