Is Your Amalgam Waste Removal EPA Compliant?
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Dental clinics are the main source of mercury discharges to publicly owned treatment works, amounting to 5.1 tons of mercury and 5.3 tons of other metals each year, according to EPA estimations. New EPA regulations as of July 2017 require all dental offices to install an amalgam separator and responsibly recycle their amalgam waste with a certified company.
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