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MikeMc

Member Since 29 Sep 2007
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In Topic: Dispose of materials

12 April 2012 - 03:34 PM

Doug makes an excellent point here folks . Brake fluid will allow the solid paint fragments to settle in the bottom of a container in usually about a week . I do the same thing . Yes , I have recycled old Brake fluid to strip paint on several projects . Meanwhile , see if there are hazardous material recycling drives in you're area . Often times such materials are picked up in cities . Ed Shaver


Definatly..but water is its worst enemy....looses its ability to work...the solids settle and can be removed

In Topic: Dispose of materials

12 April 2012 - 03:30 PM

Not near me you don't! Please guys Do Not BE LAZY ! You can take all of these to your service station, and they will recycle it for you.

since you didn't read my first post SSAndy is only 13...He needs to do just as you do...I don't want this in my groundwater, as I use my well not city water

I don't think many get it...I work with toxic substances daily...As I am a CPCO..I follow all EPA rules on disposal...triple rinse, etc

Fight with me all you want....You do dispose correctly you state...because you must understand the need...As Bill stated

Posted Today, 03:56 PM
They're far more toxic after being refined. Also, most of the petroleum products are located very deep in the ground, usually well below the water table. By dumping it on the surface, you're putting it right into the water table, even if it seems far enough away from the actual pumping point.

Bill Burmeister
ASE Certified Master Mechanic

In Topic: 1959 Imperial Speedster...

12 April 2012 - 03:21 PM

Odd proportions, but I kinda like it, except for those stupid wheels!
Sam


I totally agree

In Topic: Dispose of materials

12 April 2012 - 02:20 PM

I already have :lol: Seriously though, as far away as our well is, it would get so diluted out it wouldn't harm anything. Also remember, the water you're drinking could be thousands of years old, so I think a little bit of thinner isn't any worse than what's already in it... :unsure: :P


This is our FUTURE ? C'MON MAN !!!!

In Topic: 1959 Imperial Speedster...

12 April 2012 - 02:12 PM

cadzilla was a spaceship then this tank of car


I'm a Cracker from down south...What are you trying to say?