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This recipe shows how to safely deactivate a spent solution.
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This recipe shows how to safely [[Project:Deactivating a ferric chloride solution|deactivate a ferric chloride solution]]
  
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Latest revision as of 00:07, 29 May 2013

DIY Hazardous Disposal



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Summary

Why take those dangerous materials all the way to the nearest Hazardous Disposal Unit?

Your homebrew harzardous disposal methods go here!

Deactivating a ferric chloride solution

Brief

Ferric chloride is used to etch Printed Circuit Boards.

It is corrosive, attacks metals and should not be poured down the drain.

This recipe shows how to safely deactivate a ferric chloride solution