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Dental offices and practices generate a variety of regulated waste streams, including amalgam used in dental fillings, which contains traces of mercury. The ADA and EPA have set forth new, recent regulations for handling and disposing of amalgam to reduce the amount of mercury that enters sewage systems and polluting the environment. With our expert knowledge of the laws and regulations involving dental waste, we offer the industry’s best amalgam removal equipment and solutions. We carry a full line of amalgam waste removal components that meet the new EPA regulations in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. Solmetex, our amalgam separator manufacturer and disposal partner collects and properly disposes the mercury and amalgam waste. Learn more about our amalgam waste removal services and Solmetex products at the Dental Amalgam Store.
For instructions on how to ship your amalgam waste products for recycling, check out our step-by-step instruction guide.
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