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  • Disposing of Hazardous Screen Print Shop Waste

    We may not like to think about the waste we create in this business, but it's all part of it. So how can we cause the least amount of harm while creating the prints we love???

    The screen printing process, by definition, creates waste, particularly in the form of inks and the chemicals used to clean them off screens and tools. Some of this waste is hazardous. As awareness of environmental and safety concerns continue to grow, so does the importance of having a plan for properly disposing of it.

    This may involve using a commercial industry waste disposal service and/or its proprietary products, your own in-house recycling system or, mostly likely, a combination of the two.


    Continuing reading here...https://www.screenprinting.com/blogs...int-shop-waste
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