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Rodale Institute CDS™: A New Way to Clean
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Rodale Institute CDS™ SystemMeet Rodale Institute CDS™, the newest member of the Air Cycle family of products. Rodale Institute CDS™ is a new way to safely and efficiently sanitize and clean your facility while reducing your environmental footprint.

The system generates both a cleaning and a sanitizing solution on-site from salt, water, and electricity. This means no more expensive freight costs from shipping large quantities of chemicals, no more handling of heavy drums while processing those chemicals, and no more fumes or harsh treatments while using the chemicals.

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Need to recycle lots of lamps? Try the Bulb Eater®!

Bulb Eater The Bulb Eater® is the most efficient way to recycle large quantities of fluorescent lamps, saving up to 20 hours of labor per 1,000 lamps and 80% in storage space versus intact lamps.


 
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Air Cycle at IFMA
Air Cycle Corporation

Air Cycle at IFMA World Workplace Conference & ExpoNext month, IFMA World Workplace Conference & Expo—one of the largest facility management conferences in the world—will take place in San Antonio, TX and Air Cycle will be there!

Exhibiting at booth #150, Air Cycle Account Executives Ryan Hardin and Gary Casola will be on hand to demonstrate the Bulb Eater® lamp crusher and EasyPak™ prepaid mail-back recycling containers, including the new VaporShield® lamp recycling box design.

The conference runs from October 31 through November 2 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio. Come see us at the conference and learn the most effective way for your facility to recycle!

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Facts for FAQs

Q. How do I know if my waste is hazardous?

A. All commercial generators of waste are responsible for determining if their waste is hazardous under current state and federal regulations. Hazardous wastes may either be included on specific lists or exhibit hazardous characteristics. This determination can be made by knowledge of the waste or by testing the waste. The Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) is the test used to determine if a waste exhibits a toxicity characteristic. Wastes found to be hazardous are subject to the hazardous waste management regulations.
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