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Amgen Finds a Way to Put Wastewater to Good Use
Abstract: News article on Amgen's water conservation efforts (Kent County, RI). Amgen has found new uses for their reverse osmosis reject water, saving 160,000 gallons of water daily.
Source: The Providence Journal
URL: http://www.projo.com/business/content/projo_20061008_amgen.1
8b568fb.html

Sewer Disposable Liquid Scintillation Cocktails
Abstract: There are only three LSC products currently approved by the State of Washington Department of Ecology for disposal down the sanitary sewer. They are soluble (or readily dispersible) in water and contain less than 10% non-ionic surfactants.
Source: University of Washington
URL: http://www.ehs.washington.edu/rsowaste/rad_scint_sewer.shtm

 


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