Chemical Store "odours"

MSDSs, Storage, Handling, Transport, Labeling, computer management systems, and anything else to do with safety.
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Anna Z
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Re: Chemical Store "odours"

Post by Anna Z »

Yup, ours is on 24/7 and wouldn't be happy working in there if it wasn't 24/7.
mtg
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Re: Chemical Store "odours"

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Depends on size, chemicals, and storage systems and age I guess. Before my rebuild I always made the organic waste into an ester, thus defeating the butyric acid, but now it is all pretty good, [since the teachers have (mostly) stopped accessing it]. The acid cupboard sucks though, half the concentrated stuff seems to "weep", and also the iodine is triple stored, a jar, in a jar, in a sealed container.
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