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Filter Cake

During the aluminum anodizing process, rinse tanks are used to clean off chemicals involved in processing loads of aluminum extrusions. These tanks are flooded with ...

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Quartz Sand

Quartz Sand, not used during manufacturing process

595 total views, 1 today




Plastics and Pyrex Glass beakers

852 total views, 1 today



Deburring beads, grinding stones and knife sheaths

Sharpening stone/wheel; ceramic medium crush for blade sharpening; sheaths, though internal lining will prevent material from being used toward manufacture of carpet...

1,148 total views, 2 today



Beaker Glass

Beaker Glass Large quantity of broken beaker glass- could be pulverized for re-use PlantSciences Tualatin kgarner at dianaplantsciences.com

801 total views, 3 today



Car Windshields

500 tons/weekly of windshield glass james@geysersteam.com

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