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									  Below is an Electronic Version of
     an Out-of-Print Publication

You can scroll to view or print this publication here, or you
can borrow a paper copy from the Texas State Library,
512/463-5455. You can also view a copy at the TCEQ
Library, 512/239-0020, or borrow one through your branch
library using interlibrary loan.

The TCEQ’s current print publications are listed in our catalog at
http://www.tceq.state.tx.us/publications/.
T E X A S     C O M M I S S I O N      O N       E N V I R O N M E N T A L   Q U A L I T Y




                                                           January 2004
                                                           PD-002/04-01




            NOTICE: This may be your last                  Resource
            issue of the RENEW Catalog.
            See inside back cover for details.
                                                           Exchange

                                                           Network for

                                                           Eliminating

                                                           Waste


                                                                   www.renewtx.org
                      The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality encourages you to participate in
                      the Clean Texas, a statewide partnership program. The goal of this program is to
                      significantly reduce and prevent pollution and waste by bringing together Texas
                      businesses, industries, local governments, and civic groups. For more information
                      on the Clean Texas program, call 512/239-3187.




                       ATTENTION
                  SUBSCRIBERS & LISTERS:
          To avoid unnecessary mailing expense and/or paper waste,
   please let us know if you:

               ❑ receive duplicate copies
               ❑ would like to discontinue receiving this publication, or
               ❑ need to update your mailing address

        If your RENEW listing needs to be updated or deleted, please
   submit the listing form in this catalog indicating your corrections.
        This applies to both Material and Services/Products listers.




          The TCEQ is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The agency does not allow discrimination on the basis of race,
 color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation or veteran status. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,
this document may be requested in alternate formats by contacting the TCEQ at 512/239-0028, Fax 512/239-4488 or 1-800-RELAY-TX (TDD),
                                            or by writing TCEQ, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, TX 78711-3087.
Resource

Exchange

Network for

Eliminating

Waste


   www.renewtx.org
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How to Make Money
from Your Wastes!
                                                                     ■ RENEW decreases demand for raw materials, thereby
R     ENEW, the Resource Exchange Network for Eliminating
      Waste, is a materials exchange network established by the
Texas Legislature in 1987 to promote the reuse or recycling of
                                                                       reducing your material input costs.
                                                                     ■ Using RENEW can bring fast results.
industrial wastes. Since RENEW began accepting listings in
1988, it has assisted in the successful exchange of 802 million
pounds of material, saving participating firms more than
$10 million in avoided disposal costs, while helping them earn
                                                                     THE RENEW CATALOG
almost $7 million from the sale of materials. The network is a
marketing channel for industries, businesses, and governmental       The RENEW program publishes a FREE, biannual catalog (Janu-
units that want to sell surplus materials, by-products, and wastes   ary and July) with material updates mailed in April and October.
to users who will reclaim or reuse them. The RENEW catalog           For up-to-date listings, check RENEW's Web site at:
can be accessed on the World Wide Web. It lists facilities that
have materials to exchange, or that need or will accept materials                         www.renewtx.org
for reuse, reclamation, or recycling.
                                                                     The catalog lists and describes materials available for exchange,
                                                                     the quantity of materials on hand, how frequently they are pro-
HOW RENEW CAN HELP YOU                                               duced, potential uses, and the lister’s general geographic location.
                                                                     The RENEW catalog also lists materials wanted to recycle or use
■ Industries that use the RENEW network can decrease waste
                                                                     in processing. Each materials-wanted listing contains a descrip-
  disposal costs. For example, a military base listed its surplus
                                                                     tion of the material, quantity of material wanted, its potential use,
  commodities – unused solvents and cleaners – that otherwise
                                                                     and the lister’s general geographic location. Listings can be
  would have had to have been disposed of as hazardous waste.
                                                                     confidential if you prefer. The RENEW catalog also provides
                                                                     information and schedules about other TCEQ programs available
                                                                     across the state, including air quality seminars, hazardous waste
                                                                     seminars, petroleum storage tank seminars, water resource man-
    RENEW ACTIVITIES                                                 agement seminars, and pollution prevention workshops, as well as
                                                                     the latest information on recycling regulations. For more
        TO DATE                                                      information, call the RENEW Coordinator at 512/239-1917
                                                                     or 512/239-3171; or email “gmcarthu@tceq.state.tx.us” or
                                                                     “sslocum@tceq.state.tx.us.”
    Number of Subscribers: 2,880
    Number of Material Listings: 1,602                               WANT LESS PAPERWORK?
    Number of Active Material Listings: 412                          If so, one good solution is to reduce your waste below the required
                                                                     reporting levels through pollution prevention.
              Available: 213
              Wanted: 199                                            If you are a large or small quantity generator of hazardous waste,
                                                                     you are required to prepare a source reduction and waste minimi-
    Number of Successful Exchanges Reported: 384                     zation (sr/wm) plan. If you need more information on how your
                                                                     company can prevent pollution, save money and reduce waste
    Amount of Material Transferred: 828,685,275 lbs.                 while meeting state requirements, call the Industrial Pollution
    Disposal/Cost Saved: $10,604,577                                 Prevention Team at 512/239-3100 or see www.srwm.org.

    Revenues Earned: $6,840,107 (last 8 years)


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                                                               Table of Contents
                                                                                                                                                                                               Page
WHAT IS RENEW? .................................................................................................................................................................                4
    HOW TO LIST A MATERIAL OR SERVICE/PRODUCT IN THE CATALOG ....................................................................                                                               4
    DISCLAIMER CLAUSE .....................................................................................................................................................                     4
HOW TO RESPOND TO A LISTING ......................................................................................................................................                              5
SUBSCRIPTION FORM ...........................................................................................................................................................                   5
MATERIALS LISTING FORM ..................................................................................................................................................                       6
SERVICES OR PRODUCTS LISTING FORM ............................................................................................................................                                  7
SUCCESSFUL EXCHANGE FORM ...........................................................................................................................................                            8
TCEQ SEMINAR AND EVENTS SCHEDULE ............................................................................................................................                                   9
PROPOSITION 2: TAX EXEMPTION FOR POLLUTION CONTROL PROPERTY ...................................................................                                                                 12
CAN I RECYCLE SOME OF MY INDUSTRIAL OR HAZARDOUS WASTES? ..........................................................................                                                             13
DEFENSE REUTILIZATION & MARKETING SERVICE ............................................................................................................                                          19




MATERIALS:
                                                                                                                                            AVAILABLE                                    WANTED
             Acids .........................................................................................................................      19     ...................................    33
             Alkali .........................................................................................................................     20     ...................................    33
             Other Inorganic Chemicals ........................................................................................                   20     ...................................    33
             Solvents .....................................................................................................................       21     ...................................    34
             Other Organic Chemicals ..........................................................................................                   22     ...................................    35
             Oil ..............................................................................................................................   25     ...................................    36
             Plastic .........................................................................................................................    25     ...................................    37
             Textile and Leather .....................................................................................................            26     ...................................    39
             Wood .........................................................................................................................       27     ...................................    39
             Metal and Metal Sludge .............................................................................................                 28     ...................................    39
             Miscellaneous ............................................................................................................           28     ...................................    40
             Wax ............................................................................................................................     31     ...................................    42
             Rubber .......................................................................................................................       31     ...................................    42
             Laboratory Chemicals ................................................................................................                31     ...................................    42
             Electronics (Circuit Boards, Computers, Equipment) ...............................................                                   31     ...................................    42
             Paper ..........................................................................................................................     31   .....................................    43
             Glass ..........................................................................................................................     32   .....................................    43
             Paints and Coatings ....................................................................................................             32   .....................................    43
             Construction and Demolition ....................................................................................                     32   .....................................    43




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What Is RENEW?

R     esource Exchange Network for Eliminating Waste
      (RENEW) is an information clearinghouse
established at the direction of the 70th Legislature.
                                                             contact – reducing response time and eliminating a
                                                             significant amount of paperwork for both you and
                                                             RENEW. If you choose to list confidentially, RENEW’s
It provides an opportunity to sell your surplus materi-      name and telephone number will appear in your listing.
als, by-products, and wastes. This exchange helps            In these instances, the RENEW coordinator will notify
industries find persons who can reclaim or reuse             you of any inquires regarding your listing.
unwanted materials.
                                                                             There is
HOW TO LIST A MATERIAL IN THE CATALOG
                                                                       NO CHARGE TO LIST
OR A WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICE OR                                         in this catalog.
PRODUCT ON OUR WEB PAGES.

Complete the appropriate Listing Form on Page 6 or                           LISTING DEADLINES
7, answering all questions with as much detail as
                                                                  Winter Catalog (January)        November 1
possible. If you have more than one material, waste               Spring Update (April)           February 1
management service, or product to list, photocopy the             Summer Catalog (July)           May 1
form or request additional copies from RENEW.                     Fall Update (October)           August 1

Each material listing will be assigned a unique code
number and will contain your name and business
telephone number, thus allowing for one-on-one




DISCLAIMER

Information provided through the RENEW Catalog is supplied by the lister of the material. The exchange is not
responsible for any warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy of the material description, services and/
or product, the suitability of a particular use, or the merchantability of any material offered through this catalog.
It is the legal responsibility of each party to determine whether a listed material is a hazardous waste or a hazardous
material. Hazardous wastes must be managed in accordance with all relevant hazardous waste regulations and
laws. RENEW is not responsible for the determination of what may constitute a hazardous material or hazardous
waste or create a hazardous situation. RENEW reserves the right not to list a material, to delist a material, or edit
information provided by the listing party.

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                                         How to Respond
                                              to a Listing
I  f you are interested in responding to a particular
   listing, simply call the contact person whose name
and number accompanies the listing.
                                                         RENEW does not participate in any negotiations.
                                                         Once you and the lister have discussed the exchange,
                                                         please let us know the results by sending in the
                                                         Exchange Form on Page 8. This information is very
                                                         important in order to justify the existence of RE-
WHEN A LISTER CHOOSES                                    NEW. We realize that exchanges may take several
TO LIST CONFIDENTIALLY
                                                         months to accomplish. However we would appreciate
                                                         a reply as soon as possible.
If a lister has chosen to list confidentially, RENEW's
name and telephone number will appear as the contact
information. In such instances, call the RENEW coor-
dinator, who will forward your inquiry to the company.
The company will make the initial contact.

  ✁

                                Subscription Form
             To be added to the RENEW mailing list,
               complete this form and return it to:
                          RENEW, MC 112
                        Texas Commission on                          Please check the box that
                        Environmental Quality                        best describes your organization:
                           P.O. Box 13087
                         Austin, Texas 78711
                                                                         Chamber of Commerce
 Name __________________________________________________                 Consultant
 Title ___________________________________________________               Educational Institution
 Dept. __________________________________________________                Environmental Group

 Company _______________________________________________                 Government Agency
                                                                         Industry (Please indicate type)
 Address ________________________________________________

          . _______________________________________________
                                                                         Reclamation or Recycling Service
 City, State, Zip __________________________________________
                                                                         Trade Association
 Phone Number (       ) _________ Fax Number (       ) _________
                                                                         Other
 Email Address __________________________________________

                                                                                                            5
 Materials
                                                                                                       FOR RENEW USE ONLY
                                                                                                        LISTING NUMBER                   ________________________
                                                                                                        COMPANY NUMBER                   ________________________
                                                                                                        DATE ENTERED                     ________________________



 Listing Form                            (See deadline information on page 4.)
                                                                                                        CATALOG/UPDATE                   ________________________




 1.   Company Name: ___________________________________________ SIC Code: _____________________________________________

 2.   Mailing Address: __________________________________________ City: __________________ State: __________ Zip: __________

 3.   Contact: _________________________________________________ Title: _________________________________________________

 4.   Phone: (           ) ___________ Fax: (          ) ___________________ Email Address: _________________________________________
                                                                                     I hereby give the TCEQ permission to include this email address
 5.   Check one only: ❑ material available (A) ❑ material wanted (W)                 in my printed and online listing.                                  ❑ Yes ❑ No

 6.   Waste type (review all types, then select the one that best describes your material):
      ❑ acid (01)                          ❑ oil (06)                         ❑ miscellaneous (11)        ❑ paper (16)
      ❑ alkali (02)                        ❑ plastic (07)                     ❑ wax (12)                  ❑ glass (17)
      ❑ other inorganic chemical (03) ❑ textile and leather (08)              ❑ rubber (13)               ❑ paints and coatings (18)
      ❑ solvent (04)                       ❑ wood (09)                        ❑ laboratory chemicals (14) ❑ construction and demolition (19)
      ❑ other organic chemical (05)        ❑ metal and metal sludge (10) ❑ electronics (circuit boards, computers, equipment) (15)

 7.   Material (main usable constituent, generic name): ________________________________________________________________________

 8.   Industrial process generating this material: _____________________________________________________________________________

 9.   Main constituent (chemical name): ____________________________ % _____________________________ in ____________________

10.   Contaminants (highest to lowest, chemical name): _________ % __________                     ________ % __________                  _______ % __________

11.   Percentage by (check one): ❑ volume (A)                 ❑ wet weight (B)            ❑ dry weight (C)

12.   Physical State:      ❑ solution (A) ❑ aggregate (B)         ❑ slurry (C) ❑ solid (D)          ❑ sludge (E) ❑ dust (F)              ❑ cake (G)      ❑ gas (H)

13.   pH: _____________________________________________________ 14. Flash point: _________________________________________

15.   Miscellaneous information (toxicity, reactivity, color, particle size, total solids, purchase date): ___________________________________
       _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

16.   Potential or intended use: ___________________________________________________________________________________________

17.   Packaging:           ❑ bulk        ❑ drums         ❑ pallets         ❑ boxes          other _____________________

18.   Present amount: ___________________ 19. Frequency:                  ❑ continuous (A)        ❑ variable (B)           ❑ one time (C)

20.   Quantity thereafter: _________________ 21. Unit of measurement:                ❑ lbs (A)                     ❑ liters (B)               ❑ tons (C)
                                                 ❑ cubic meters (D)                  ❑ gallons (E)                 ❑ cubic yards (F)          ❑ kilograms (G)

22.   Per:   ❑ day (A)          ❑ week (B)          ❑ month (C)          ❑ quarter (D)            ❑ year (E)

23.   Restriction: amount ________________ ❑ none (A)                  ❑ minimum (B)             ❑ maximum (C)
24.   Available to interested parties:    ❑ sample (A)           ❑ lab analysis (B)              ❑ independent analysis (C)             ❑ MSDS (D)
25.   For material wanted, please list the acceptable geographic range (i.e., states, provinces, regions, counties): __________________________
       _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
      For material available, please enter location of material if it differs from the above address:
      City _____________________________________________ State or Province _______________________________________________

26.   This listing is:    ❑ confidential (A)        ❑ non-confidential (B) __________________________________________________________
                                                                                              Contact Signature                                        Date


 MAIL TO: RENEW • MC 112 • P.O. Box 13087 • Austin, Texas 78711 • 512/239-1917 or 512/239-3171 • Fax 512/239-3165
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                                  Service or Product
 FOR RENEW USE ONLY
  COMPANY NUMBER _________________
  DATE ENTERED _____________________
  INTERNET __________________________
                                        Listing Form                                                (See deadline information on page 4.)



Service and Product Listings are included only in our online version of the RENEW Catalog.
            1. Contact: _____________________________________________________________

            2. Title: _______________________________________________________________

            3. Company Name: ______________________________________________________

            4. Mailing Address: _____________________________________________________

                 ___________________________________________________________________

            5. Telephone: (          )____________________ Fax: (                  ) ______________________

            6. Email Address: _______________________________________________________
                I hereby give the TCEQ permission to include this email address in my online listing. ❑ Yes ❑ No

            7. Signature: __________________________ Date: ___________________________


LISTING INFORMATION

1. Classification:
   Check the box best describing your service.

   ❑   Consulting: Engineering, Environmental, Planning, Pollution Prevention (C)
   ❑   Consulting: Legal (D)                                    ❑ Storage, Treatment and Disposal (H)
   ❑   Equipment and Supplies (B)                               ❑ Tank Cleaning and Lining (F)

   ❑   Laboratory Analysis (E)                                  ❑ Transportation (G)

   ❑   Recycling (R)                                            ❑ Miscellaneous (I)


2. Description of Service/Product:
   Please describe your firm’s service or product in 50 words or less (business card-size ad), otherwise we will edit. You may
   use the space provided below or type the description on a separate sheet of paper and attach to this form.




3. Location Served:


 MAIL TO: RENEW • MC 112 • P.O. Box 13087 • Austin, Texas 78711 • 512/239-1917 or 512/239-3171 • Fax 512/239-3165
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Successful
Exchange Form
    Listing No.: RE: ___________________________ Material: _________________________________
    Listing Company: ___________________________________________________________________
    Contact: __________________________________ Telephone: _______________________________
    Company Name: __________________________ ❑ Received                           ❑ Sold       ❑ Donated Material

    Contact: __________________________________ Telephone: _______________________________
    Internet Exchange:     ❑ Yes ❑ No

    Answer Part 1 or 2 based on the Type of Exchange:
    Part 1. One-Time Exchange:
    Amount of material transferred (est.): ________________________________________________ ❑ tons ❑ gallons ❑ lbs

    Revenues earned (est.): _________________________________________________________________________________

    Disposal/cost avoided: _________________________________________________________________________________

    Approximate distance material transferred (miles): ___________________________________________________________

    How was this material previously used or disposed? __________________________________________________________

    New process or use of material: __________________________________________________________________________



    Part 2. Ongoing Exchange:
    Annual Amount of material transferred (est.): _________________________________________❑ tons ❑ gallons ❑ lbs

    Date of first transaction: ________________________________________________________________________________

    Annual Disposal/cost avoided: __________________________________________________________________________

    Annual Revenues earned (est.): __________________________________________________________________________

    Approx. distance material transferred (miles): _______________________________________________________________

    How was this material previously used or disposed? __________________________________________________________

    New process or use of material? __________________________________________________________________________

                    Thank you for taking the time to complete this form. This information helps us to evaluate
                     our success rate and to provide the users an accurate and current materials exchange.
                            Survey information identifying your company will remain confidential.

    MAIL TO: RENEW • MC 112 • P.O. Box 13087 • Austin, Texas 78711 • 512/239-1917 or 512/239-3171 • Fax 512/239-3165

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                                   2004 TCEQ Seminar
                                  and Events Schedule                                                                     (Tentative)
                          Air Seminars                                                              Technology
            Contact: Sue Phillips 512/239-6327                                          Contact: Ken Zarker 512/239-3145

    No events scheduled                                                       No events scheduled


            Waste Management Seminars                                                            Water Seminars
          Contact: Diane Stallings 512/239-6333                                       Contact: Diane Stallings 512/239-6333

    No events scheduled                                                       On Site Wastewater
                                                                              Treatment Research        Waco                 Mar. 2-3, 2004
                                                                              Council Conference
              UST Compliance Seminars
           Contact: Diane Stallings 512/239-6333
                                                                                     Pollution Prevention Workshops
                No events scheduled                                                   Contact: Dana Macomb 512/239-4745

                                                                              No events scheduled
                  SRWM.ORG
    TCEQ is sponsoring a new web site where you can:                                            EMS Workshops
                                                                                       Contact: Larissa Peter 512/239-3766
■   Report Online (SRWM* Annual Progress Report)
■   Save $/Reduce Wastes (Pollution Prevention Options)                       See www.abouttexasems.org for training dates
■   Sell Your Wastes (RENEW)
■   Find a Recycler (Recycle Texas Online)                                            Clean Texas Partnership Events
■   Cut Your Taxes (Pollution Control Property Taxes)
                                                                                       Contact: Larissa Peter 512/239-3766
               *Source Reduction Waste Minimization
                                                                              Clean Texas Partnership Conf.      Austin   May 3-5, 2004
                                                                              (www.cleantexas.org)




                                                      Compost Gets Results!
                                           Workshops for Green Industry Professionals and Others
                                        Austin        Tue., January 13      Hornsby Bend Biosolids Treatment Plant

                                        Laredo        Thurs., January 15    Laredo Community College
             Workshops are from
             7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,   McAllen       Tue., January 27      Palmview Community Center
             with the exception of
             Amarillo, which is         Austin        Tue., February 10     Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
             10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
                                        San Antonio   Thurs., February 12   San Antonio Garden Center
             Fee is $30/person.

             Earn Continuing               For more information, call Brian Noble at 512/239-6780
             Education Credits!                   www.tnrcc.state.tx.us/exec/oppr/compost/workshops.html

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                        Get rid of your chemicals
                            and waste...free!




                              www.RENEWTX.org




                        Find a recycler near you!




                          www.RecycleTexasOnline.org




                         Buy recycled products!




                            www.TexasRecycled.org



     Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
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Millions of Texans practice the Three Rs of recycling: Reduce the amount of waste you
produce. Reuse containers, paper and other products. Recycle bottles, cans, plastics and
newspaper. But there is a Fourth R - Repurchase - that is equally important. By purchasing
Texas Recycled™ products, you “close the loop” on the recycling mix.


Texas Recycled™. When You Buy Recycled, You’re Really Recycling.


Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
512-239-3100. www.texasrecycled.org




          Texas Commission on
         Environmental Quality’s




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                      Proposition 2:
        Tax Exemptions for Pollution Control Property
What is the Proposition 2 Program?                              would qualify for a partial exemption–an exemption for
     The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality              the percentage of the capital cost of the project that is
started the Proposition 2 Program to implement the rules        determined to be pollution control. Even the replacement
found in Title 30 Texas Administrative Code Chapter             of leaking underground storage tanks should qualify for a
277. These rules provide a property tax exemption for           partial exemption.
property that a facility installs in response to an environ-
mental rule, regulation, or law. The Proposition 2 Pro-         Information About the Program
gram is responsible for determining whether the installed           If you have questions about how to apply for a tax
property is considered to be pollution control. Only            exemption, need copies of our printed publications, or
property that has been installed after January 1, 1994, can     want more information about the program, please check
be considered.                                                  our Web site or contact us in one of these ways:
     To obtain a tax exemption, the facility owner must             Web site: http://www.tnrcc.state.tx.us/exec/chiefeng/prop2
send this program a written application for a use determi-
                                                                    E-mail address: prop2@tceq.state.tx.us
nation. If the program staff find that the property quali-
fies as pollution control property, then they send a letter         Phone: 512/239-6348 or 512/239-1917
to the applicant granting a positive use determination.             Mailing Address:
The applicant must then submit the use determination to
                                                                      Small Business and Environmental Assistance, MC-110
the county tax appraisal district to actually receive the tax         TCEQ
exemption.
                                                                      P.O. Box 13087
     A list of standard equipment that may be claimed
                                                                      Austin, TX 78711-3087
simplifies the application process. This list, known as the
“Predetermined Equipment List,” includes items such as
fabric filters, scrubbers, and wastewater treatment units.
                                                                            Use Determinations for
                                                                           Pollution Control Property
What Does This Tax                                                ■ Constitutional amendment provides for exemption
Exemption Mean to You?                                              from property taxes for property that is used for
     A tax exemption for capital investments in pollution           pollution control.
control property reduces your tax liability–effectively
                                                                  ■ Application must be filed with the TCEQ, who
lowering the cost of controlling pollution. Need an
                                                                    determines whether the property is used for pollu-
incentive for implementing those pollution cleanup and              tion control purposes.
emission reduction projects? If you add a baghouse,
                                                                  ■ The TCEQ issues a “positive use determination”
remediate soil, or do some other project to comply with
                                                                    document for the qualifying property.
local, state, or federal environmental regulations, all or        ■ The applicant must submit the positive use determi-
part of the cost of that project can be exempt from
                                                                    nation to the county tax appraisal district in which
property taxes.
                                                                    the facility is located to received the tax exemption.
     Even process changes that improve or increase
production can sometimes qualify for a partial tax
exemption–if the applicant can demonstrate some related
environmental benefit. For example, changing a process
to recover a waste gas stream rather than combust it

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             DEFENSE REUTILIZATION & MARKETING SERVICE

                                      The Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service
                                      (DRMS) disposes of excess hazardous materials gener-
                                      ated by the military services. This takes place at 72
                                      Defense Reutilization and Marketing Offices (DRMO)
                                      in the U.S. including five in Texas (Texarkana, Dyess,
                                      Hood, San Antonio and Corpus Christi). Hazardous
     materials are packaged in DOT approved containers and include material safety data
     sheets (MSDS).

     Examples of hazardous materials available are:
        ▼ Solvents              ▼ Batteries                                         ▼ Petroleum Products
        ▼ Cylinders             ▼ Cleaning Compounds                                ▼ Paint Related Products
        ▼ Various Chemicals     ▼ Empty Containers                                  ▼ Transformers

     For more information on how to obtain hazardous materials from the Defense
     Reutilization and Marketing Service, call toll-free at 1-888-352-9333. Select option “0”
     and enter ext. #5438 for Bruce Butters, or ext. #4205 for LeRoy Lamphear.
     You may also call our commercial line: (616) 961-5438 for Bruce Butters or (616) 961-4205 for LeRoy Lamphear.

                             DEFENSE REUTILIZATION AND MARKETING SERVICE
                       The DoD’s provider of choice for worldwide sales of hazardous materials.



                            DOES WRPA APPLY TO YOU?
                         NEED HELP COMPLYING WITH WRPA?
     To get the answers to these and other questions, contact TCEQ’s Industrial Pollution Prevention Team, which administers
     the Waste Reduction Policy Act (WRPA), a pollution prevention planning law.
     If your facility:
               ■ is a large quantity generator (LQG) of hazardous waste,
               ■ is a small quantity generator (SQG) of hazardous waste, or
               ■ reports on Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Form R, then you are required to have a pollution prevention plan.

     Find out what the planning and reporting requirements are, what resources are available to you, and how to get free
     technical assistance by contacting the Industrial Pollution Prevention Team:
                                    On the Web:      www.P2Plan.org
                                    By phone:        512/239-3100
                                    By e-mail:       ppc@tceq.state.tx.us
                                    By mail:         Industrial Pollution Prevention Team, MC-112
                                                     Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
                                                     P.O. Box 13087
                                                     Austin, TX 78711-3087
     Pollution prevention (P2) planning encourages long-range planning that prevents the generation of pollution, which in
     turn saves money, reduces liability, and lowers regulatory burden.


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                                                               Materials Available
  Want a faster way to find RENEW’s newest                                       Hydrochloric Acid                                             RE:A01/693
  material listings? Join the free RENEW listserve.                              Main constituent: 3-5% HCl in water. Contains 1.2% Ca, 0.5% Al and 0.4%
  Subscribers receive biweekly e-mails detailing new material list-              Fe. pH <1. TDS = 90,000 - 100,000 mg/l. Continuous, 35,000 gals/day,
  ings, as well as upcoming TCEQ seminars and workshops. To join,                bulk. Sample available. Marshall, TX
  send an e-mail to: join-renew@listerv.tceq.state.tx.us                         CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917

                                                                                 Hydrofluoric Acid Waste                                       RE:A01/925
                                                                                 Generated by semiconductor manufacturer. Main constituent 3-6% HF in
   ACIDS                                                                         water. Contains 2-6% HNO3, <<1% HPO 4, HSO4, HCl, <0.5% NH 4F.
                                                                                 pH 0-2. NFPA hazard ratings: 3/0/1. 3,000 - 5,000 gals/week, bulk.
                                                                                 Sample and lab analysis available. Austin, TX
Acetic Acid                                                RE:A01/338            CONTACT: Justin Edmondson, 512/268-5854
85-92% acetic acid in water. Presently 2-4 tank trucks, continuous, monthly.     E-mail: jwedmondson@ashland.com
Bulk, approx. 5,000 gal. tank truck. Restriction: 1 tank truck per order.
Sample and lab analysis available. Cypress, TX                                   Phosphoric/Sulfuric Acid Blend                              RE:A01/1082
CONTACT: Elton Dornbusch, 281/890-4553                                           Generated from electropolishing. Main constituent 67% H3PO4 in H2SO4.
E-mail: elton@expochem.com                                                       Contains 1.5% Fe, 0.3% Cr, 0.2% Ni. pH 1.0. NFPA Ratings—health-3,
                                                                                 flammability-0, reactivity-2, no water-0; various purchase dates. Poten-
Acid, Mixed                                               RE:A01/1599            tial or intended use: electrolyte for electropolishing. Presently 330 gal-
Sulfuric, phosphoric, nitric, chloric and fluoric acids in water, pH of 2.5.     lons. Continuous, 220 gals/month, drums. Sample available upon request.
Sulfide <0.01 ppm, phenols <1 ppm, density 1.05, fluoride 20,000 ppm,            Houston, TX
phosphates up to 150,000 ppm, ammonia up to 3000 ppm. Sample, lab                CONTACT: Jim Toney, 281/856-7400
analysis available. 1500 gallons a day, bulk, tank. Austin, TX                   E-mail: jbtoney@flash.net
CONTACT: Britt Taylor-Burton, 512/934-7676
E-mail: Britt.taylor-burton@motorola.com                                         Spent Hydrochloric Acid,
                                                                                 Ferric Chloride Mix                                           RE:A01/163
Acid, Mixed                                                RE:A01/924            5-10% HCl in water. Contains 10% iron, 2% zinc, .001% lead. Corrosive
Generated from semiconductor manufacturer. Main constituent 30-35%               liquid, pH <2. 5,000 gal/month, bulk. Minimum restriction, 5,000 gallons.
H3PO4 in water. Contains 2-4% H2SO4, 1-2% HF, HNO3, <0.2% HCl.                   Sample available. San Antonio, TX
pH 0-2. NFPA hazard ratings: 3/0/1. 500-1200 gallons/week, bulk. Sample          CONTACT: David Shannon, 210/661-8574
and lab analysis available. Austin, TX
CONTACT: Justin Edmondson, 512/268-5854                                          Spent Sulfuric Acid                                         RE:A01/1522
E-mail: jwedmondson@ashland.com                                                  Generated process: organic peroxides. Main constituent: 44% H2S04 and
                                                                                 rest various organics (various organics - lab results available). pH: <2, Flash
Arsenic Acid                                               RE:A01/077            point: ignitability less than 50°F. Density 1328 8/CC , moisture content
34% arsenic acid. pH 2.5, hazardous charcteristics–none, reactivity–none,        39%, sulphur 129,000 mg/kg. Potential or intended use: recycle/treat to
brown color. Present amount 900 lbs. Variable, approximately 100-700 lbs/        pure sulfuric acid. Presently: 27,000 lbs. Continuous, 27,000 lbs/week,
quarter. Maximum restriction 2,200 lbs. Sample and lab analysis available.       bulk, tanker truck. Restriction: 12 MM lbs/year maximum. Sample and lab
Houston, TX                                                                      analysis available. Houston, TX
CONTACT: Bobbie Schiel, 281/449-1071                                             CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917

Ferric Chloride Etchant                                    RE:A01/041            Spent Sulfuric Acid                                           RE:A01/926
Contains 2800 ppm aluminum, 3,000 ppm copper, 9.2% iron, 920 ppm nickel.         Generated by semiconductor maufacturer. Main constituent 80-88% H2SO4.
2,500 gals/month. Sample and lab analysis available. Grand Prairie, TX           Contains 10-20% H2O, 0.5-1.0% H3PO4, <0.1% HNO3,HF. pH 0-2. NFPA
CONTACT: Mark Robertson, 214/262-3524                                            hazard ratings: 3/0/2. 1,200 - 1,800 gals/week, bulk. Sample and lab
E-mail: harrismfg@airmail.net                                                    analysis available. Austin, TX
                                                                                 CONTACT: Justin Edmondson, 512/268-5854
Ferrous Chloride                                          RE:A01/1143            E-mail: jwedmondson@ashland.com
Generated from pickling of steel for hot dip galvanizing. Main constituent:
34% ferrous chloride by weight. Contains: 5% HCl up to 5% Zn. Also               Spent Sulfuric Acid                                           RE:A01/746
contains trace levels of lead, chromium and cadmium. Continuous, 7,000           Generate approximately 1,200,000 lbs/year. Two tank truck quantity/
gals/month, bulk. Sample and lab analysis available. OK & TX                     monthly. Sample available. Cedartown, GA
CONTACT: Kevin Halstead, 918/524-1510                                            CONTACT: Milt Kapa, 770/748-1200
E-mail: khalstead@nagalv.com
                                                                                 Sulfuric Acid                                               RE:A01/1038
*Formic Acid                                              RE:A01/1637            Generated from chlorofluorocarbon production. Main constituent: 85%
Eight 55-gal containers of unused formic acid available. MSDS upon               sulfuric acid in water. Contains 2% HF, <1.0% metals and <1% organics,
request. Pasadena, TX                                                            pH <2.0. Potential or intended use: process. Presently 6,800 lbs. Continu-
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING: CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-3171                               ous, 20,000 lbs/qtr., tanks. Restriction: 20,000 lbs. maximum. Sample and
                                                                                 MSDS available upon request. Wichita, KS
                                                                                 CONTACT: Vonda Bauer, 316/524-3245, Ext. 234
                                                                                 E-mail: vbauer@ato.com

  If a lister has chosen to list confidentially, RENEW's name and telephone number will appear as the contact information. For more details, see page 5.
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Materials Available
                                                                                   Calcium Carbonate                                             RE:A03/586
     ALKALI                                                                        Brine purification. Main constituent: 65% CaCO3. Contains 1-2% NaCl,
                                                                                   0.05% Fe. <400 micron. Potential use: liming agent, wall board component,
                                                                                   neutralization. Present amount--25 tons. Continuous, 25 tons/day, bulk.
Lithium Hydroxide                                            RE:A02/1576
100% lithium hydroxide. Unused raw material. 4180 lbs available in drums.          Sample available. Deer Park, TX
MSDS available upon request. Pasadena, TX                                          CONTACT: Paul Green, 281/476-2200
CONTACT: Mike Tomerlin, 281/474-3271
                                                                                   *Copper Sulfate Solution                                    RE:A03/1636
                                                                                   20 drums Atotech Electropure Copper Sulfate solution available. Potential
Sodium Salts of Organic Acids                                  RE:A02/364
                                                                                   or intended use: Copper plating bath for circuit boards. MSDS available
Cyclohexanone production, pH 10. Clear dark brown liquid containing 60%
                                                                                   upon request. Round Rock, TX
water. Potential use: source of sodium for Kraft paper mills. Continuous 5
                                                                                   CONTACT: Mark Wieland or John Warren, 512/583-8300
million lbs/month, bulk. Sample and lab analysis available. Freeport, TX
CONTACT: Roger Claeys, 979/415-8107
E-mail: claeysm@BASF.com
                                                                                   Ferrous Sulfate Heptahydrate                                RE:A03/1579
                                                                                   100% Ferrous Sulfate Heptahydrate manufactured by QC Corp. 1750 lbs
                                                                                   available in bags. One-time only. Potential use: Wastewater treatment.
Spent Caustic Soda                                             RE:A02/918
                                                                                   Sample and MSDS available upon request. Houston, TX
Etching aluminum extrusion dies. Main constituent: 25% NaOH in water.
                                                                                   CONTACT: Curtis Cranford, 713/937-2174
Contains 60-80 g/l–Al, carbon trace, pH >13. Potential or intended use:
                                                                                   E-mail: Curt.Cranford@GrantPrideco.com
neutralization of acids; recovery. Presently 500 gallons. Continuous, up to
7,000 gals/month, packaging negotiable. Sample and lab analysis available.
Terrell, TX
                                                                                   Halon 1301 and Halon 1211                                   RE:A03/1010
                                                                                   Purchase used halon and reclaims it for critical users. Variable amount
CONTACT: John Alford, 972/524-1951
                                                                                   available, cylinders, independent analysis and MSDS available. Holland, OH
                                                                                   CONTACT: Terri Lodge-AuFrance, 800-372-1301
Stripper                                                     RE:A02/1379
Generated from electroplating. Main constituent: 35% ammonium bifluoride and
35% hydrogen peroxide in water. Contains 10% tin and .05% lead. pH 2.5, non-
                                                                                   Halon 1301 and Halon 1211                                     RE:A03/906
                                                                                   Generated from fire suppression systems. Main constituent: bromotrifluoro-
flammable, oxidizer. Potential or intended use: stripper. Presently 350 gallons.
                                                                                   methane. Clean to military specs. Potential or intented use: recycle or resale.
drums. Continuous, 50 gals/month. Sample available. Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
                                                                                   Variable amounts presently on hand and thereafter, cylinders. Seattle, WA
CONTACT: Christoper Brasher, 972/884-6238
                                                                                   CONTACT: Frances Richardson, 416/236-2371
E-mail: cbrasher@connectorservice.com

Tertiary Amine                                                                     Hydroxyethyl Cellulose                                      RE:A03/1406
                                                                                   Good product, bags may have been received opened, therefore unable to
(Ancamine 1110 - Air Products)                              RE: A02/1585
                                                                                   use. Continuous, 25 lbs/month, bags. Waco, TX
Incorrect material purchase - unused. Material is a curing agent which is
                                                                                   CONTACT: Iviniel Gonzalez, 254/666-8625
combustible, corrosive. Amber liquid. 100% tertiary amine. 1000 lbs in 5
                                                                                   E-mail: Gonzalez_Iviniel@Allergan.com
gal pails. Alkaline pH. 197O F flash point. Potential use: factory packed,
curing agent. MSDS available upon request. One-time only.
CONTACT: Joel Bachman, 972/562-0847
                                                                                   Lanolin Alcohol                                             RE:A03/1407
                                                                                   Good product, bags may have been received opened, therefore unable to
E-mail: jbachman@quadrantchemical.com (preferred)
                                                                                   use. Continuous, 200 lbs/month, bags. Waco, TX
                                                                                   CONTACT: Iviniel Gonzalez, 254/666-8625
White Lime                                                   RE:A02/1580
                                                                                   E-mail: Gonzalez_Iviniel@Allergan.com
100% Lime (calcium oxide) manufactured by Austin Corp. 900 lbs avail-
able in bags. One-time only. Potential use: Wastewater treatment. Sample
and MSDS available upon request. Houston, TX
                                                                                   Lime Slurry Solution                                            A03/1221
                                                                                   Generated from polysilicon manufacturing. Main constituent: 50-95%
CONTACT: Curtis Cranford, 713/937-2174
                                                                                   water. Contains 0-20% CaF, 0-20% Ca(OH) & 0-5% octanol. pH: 10-13,
E-mail: Curt.Cranford@GrantPrideco.com
                                                                                   Flash point: >200OF. Continuous, 25,000 gals/month, bulk. Sample
                                                                                   available. Pasadena, TX
                                                                                   CONTACT: Randy Waller, 713/740-1511
     OTHER                                                                         E-mail: rwaller@memc.com
     INORGANIC CHEMICALS                                                           Micro-Fil™ Grade F2                                           RE:A03/694
                                                                                   Generated from perlite processing. White, glassy, lightweight, fine particle.
Blue Gold                                                    RE:A03/1573           Potential use: filler, solid stabilization, absorbents. Present amount--100
Virgin, non-toxic industrial degreaser. 30 drums available. One time only.         tons. Continuous, 10 tons/week, bulk, pallets or 3.5 cu.ft. bags. Sample &
Mansfield, TX                                                                      MSDS available. Houston, TX
CONTACT: Jerry Boyle 817/477-5207                                                  CONTACT: Ned Scott, 713/780-9000

Calcium Acetate                                              RE:A03/1561           Polyvinyl Alcohol                                           RE:A03/1402
Calcium acetate available as white granular powder, quality product, great         Good product, bags may have arrived opened, therefore unable to use.
price. Packaged in drums. 45,000 lbs variable weight. Sample available.            Presently 1,200 lbs. Continuously, 200 lbs. every 2 months, bags. Waco, TX
CONTACT: Chris Sanders, 785/830-8118                                               CONTACT: Iviniel Gonzalez, 254/666-8625
E-mail: sandersproducts@sunflower.com                                              E-mail: Gonzalez_Iviniel@Allergan.com


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                                                                 Materials Available
Resin Catalyst                                              RE:A03/1145           Sulfur Mono Chloride                                      RE:A03/1477
Generated from product packaging. Main constituent: 40-50% styrene                Main constituent: 99+ SMC. pH: approx. 2.5, Flash point: 118.5. Reac-
copolymer, H ION form in water. Contaminants: 2% dust & 2% debris. pH             tive, odorous, sp. 1.7, long-term contract required. Potential or intended
3-5. NEPA 1-1-0, small gray and black beads 1-2 mm. Potential or intended         use: CAS 10025-67-9, to be used as a raw material. Presently, 350,000
use: as a catalyst in petro-chemical refining and water treatment. Presently      gallons. Continuous, 350,000 gals/year, bulk. Sample, lab analysis and
500 lbs. Variable, 7,000 lbs/year. Sample and MSDS available. Pasadena, TX        MSDS available.
CONTACT: Charles Daigle, 281/474-0600                                             CONFIDENTIAL LISTING: CONTACT RENEW, 512/239-1917

Salt Mixture, Sodium Chloride &
Sodium Sulfate                                              RE:A03/1556
Generated from herbicide manufacture. Consists of 48% sodium sulfate in              SOLVENTS
the mixture with contaminants of sodium chloride (48%), 0.5% MSMA,
and 3% water. Material exists as a solid and is packaged in bulk. Potential       Acetone                                                   RE:A04/1217
uses are as drilling mud or in the leather industry. Presently have 40 metric     Main constituent: 86-94% acetone, pH: 6-7. Color apha 10. Continuous
tons and expect to generate about 1500 tons per year. Samples, lab analysis,      30,000 gals/month, bulk, railcar. Sample available. The Woodlands, TX
and MSDS available to interested parties.                                         CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917
CONTACT: Arlen Isham, 713/988-9252
E-mail: isham@kmgbernuth.com                                                      Butanol, Ethanol and Propanol                             RE:A04/1424
                                                                                  Generated from distillation. Main constituent: 20-25% butanol, 10% etha-
Sodium Aluminum Fluoride                                    RE:A03/1349           nol, 50-60% water, 10-15% propanol. pH: 7-9, Flash point: <140°F. 0
Generated from silane production. Potential or intended use: metal process-       solids, water, white color, homogenous. Potential or intended use: cleaning
ing. Presently 2 million lbs. Continuous, 2 million lbs/month. Sample and         solvent. Presently: 9 million lbs. Continuous, 9 million lbs/year. Sample,
MSDS available. Pasadena, TX                                                      lab and independent analysis, and MSDS available. Pasadena, TX
CONTACT: Randy Waller, 713/740-1511                                               CONFIDENTIAL LISTING: CONTACT RENEW, 512/239-1917
E-mail: rwaller@memc.com
                                                                                  Cyclic Siloxane                                           RE:A04/1353
Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose                              RE:A03/1404           Unused evaporative lubricant. Main constituent: 90% octamethylsiloxane.
Good product, bags may have been received opened, therefore unable to             Contains <10% polyalkylene glycol. Flashpoint: approx. 130-140°F.
use. Presently 600 lbs. Continuous, 100 lbs/month, bags. Waco, TX                 TLV=10 ppm. Potential use: solvent for removal of silicone oils, petrolatums,
CONTACT: Iviniel Gonzalez, 254/666-8625                                           greases. One-time only. 23 drums, 55-gallon drums. MSDS available upon
E-mail: Gonzalez_Iviniel@Allergan.com                                             request. Houston, TX
                                                                                  CONTACT: Dennis Chevalliar 713/861-2500, Ext. 594
Sodium Nitrate                                                RE:A03/747          E-mail: dennis.chevallier@goodmanmfg.com
Ion exchange: optical glass/molten sodium nitrate. Main constituent: 99.7%
NaNO3 (solid). Contains <0.3% LiNO3 . Classified “strong oxidizer by NY           Cyclohexanone Distillation Overheads                        RE:A04/820
state DEC. Piece size—1/4” to 3" max. Potential use: oxidizing agent, solid       Contain pentanol. Main constituent: 35% C alcohol. pH 6.6, Flashpoint
rocket propellants, fertilizer, flux/glass, etc. Presently 500 lbs. Continuous,   90C5 TCC. Clear colorless liquid. Presently 3 million lbs. Continuous, 3
3,000 lbs/month, drums. Sample available. Rochester, NY                           million lbs/year. Sample, lab analysis & MSDS available. Freeport, TX
CONTACT: Raymond Hensler, 716/235-2620                                            CONTACT: Roger Claeys, 979/415-8107
E-mail: info@gradientlens.com                                                     E-mail: claeysm@BASF.com
Sodium Silicate Solution                                    RE:A03/1308           Ethyl Alcohol                                             RE:A04/1315
Generated from polysilicon production. p-H: 12-14, Continuous 35,000              Alcohol has 6.5 molar sodium perchlorate. Laboratory generates material
gallons/month, bulk. Sample and MSDS available. Pasadena, TX,                     in a DNA washing process. Main constituent: 6.5 molar sodium perchlorate
CONTACT: Randy Waller, 713/740-1511                                               and 75% ethyl alcohol. Contains 15-25% water. Flash point: Approx. 70°F.
E-mail: rwaller@memc.com                                                          Clear liquid. Presently 140 gallons. Continuous, 140 gals/week, drums.
                                                                                  Sample and MSDS available. Houston, TX
Sodium Sulfate                                              RE:A03/1577           CONTACT: Thomas L. Doyle, 713/798-6619
100% Sodium Sulfate manufactured by PPG. 1350 lbs available in bags.              E-mail: tdoyle@bcm.tmc.edu
One-time only. Potential use: Wastewater treatment plant. Sample and
MSDS available upon request. Houston, TX                                          Ethyl Alcohol, Denatured                                  RE:A04/1536
CONTACT: Curtis Cranford, 713/937-2174                                            Generated from electronic component manufacturer. Main constituent:
E-mail: Curt.Cranford@GrantPrideco.com                                            86% ethyl alcohol, CH3CH2OH. Others: 13% Methanol, CH3OH; and 1%
                                                                                  MIBK, C6H120. Contains: .5 to 1.5% water, formaldehyde, trace; phenols,
Sodium Thiosulfate                                          RE:A03/1405           trace; iron particles less and 5 microns, trace. Flash point: 13C (55°F).
Good product, bags may have been received opened, therefore unable to be
                                                                                  Slight amber color due to reaction between trace amounts iron particles and
used. Continuous, 25 lbs/month, bags. Waco, TX
                                                                                  free oxygen. Presently 1000 gallons. Continuous, 1200 gals/month. Sample,
CONTACT: Iviniel Gonzalez, 254/666-8625
                                                                                  lab analysis and MSDS available. Abilene, TX
E-mail: Gonzalez_Iviniel@Allergan.com
                                                                                  CONTACT: Kenneth Gist, 915/677-8753




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Materials Available
Freon R-113 & Methylene Chloride                            RE:A04/857
Main constituent 54% freon in methylene chloride. Flash point >200R, pH            OTHER
7. Potential or intended use: cleaning. One-time only, 20 drums, 55 gal.
drums. Arlington, TX                                                               ORGANIC CHEMICALS
CONTACT: Brad Marks, 936/372-9167
E-mail: bradm@hypercon.com                                                      Activated Carbon, Powdered                                  RE:A05/1588
                                                                                High adsorptive capacity, good filterability and purity, great price. Potential
Mixed Solvent                                               RE:A04/928          or intended use: purification applications. 7640 lbs currently available in
Main constituent 25-30% CH3OH. Contains 20-25% CH3NCH2CH2CO,                    bags. Variable amount available thereafter. Sample, MSDS and datasheet
15-20% NH2CH2CH2OCH2CH2OH, 11-15% propylene glycol monomethyle                  available upon request. St. Loius, MO
ether acetate, 2-5% C 2H 7NO, 1-3% NH 2OH, 1-2% C 6 H 4(OH) 2,                  CONTACT: Chris Sanders, 785/841-3076
CH 3 CHOCHOOC 2 H 5 , <1% CH 3 COOC 2 H 5 , CH 3 COCH 3 , methyl,               E-mail: chriscochemical@hotmail.com
3methoxypropriate, cresol formaldehyde resins, <0.5% naphtoquinone
diazo ester derivatives, C4H6O2 , <0.0005% Dichlorofluoroethane (F002),         *Anionic Polyacrylamide                                     RE:A05/1623
<7% H2O. Flash point <100o F. NFPA hazard ratings: 2/3/0. 1,500 - 2,000         Surplus material. Potential uses: Polymer, Surfactant, Hydrocarbon solvent,
gals/week. Sample and lab analysis available. Austin, TX                        Glycol. Contains: 30.0 - 60.0 % Hydrotreated Light Distillate, 1.0 - 5.0%
CONTACT: Justin Edmondson, 512/268-5854                                         Ethylene Glycol. Quantity Available: 8,960 kg in drums. One time only.
E-mail: jwedmondson@ashland.com                                                 MSDS available. Houston, TX. No disposal vendors please.
                                                                                CONTACT: Pam Hodge, 281/263-7324
Mixed Solvents, Organic                                     RE:A04/459          E-mail: phodge@ondeo-nes.com
Primarily hexane and edible oil. Solvent extraction of oilseeds. Main
constituent: commercial hexane and accompanying compounds of similar            Baking Enamel, Cut                                            RE:A05/328
boiling point. 90% C6H14 in vegetable oil. Composition is variable, includ-     Polyester, acrylic and fluoropolymer baking enamel. Generated by architec-
ing edible oil and isopropyl alcohol. Flash point -10oF. LD50 orally in adult   tural aluminum—obsolete paint. Contains approximately 15% toluene, 15%
rats = 49.0 ml/kg. Potential use: liquid fuel. Presently 3,000 lbs, 8-55 gal.   xylene, 15% MEK. Flash point 50-70°F. Potential use: paint application
drums. Variable, 5,000 lbs/yr., bulk, drums. Sample available. College          followed by heat treatment or secondary fuel blending. Presently 20 drums.
Station, TX                                                                     Variable 20-40 drums/quarter, 55 gal. drums. Sample available. Terrell, TX
CONTACT: Jo Betty Phelps, 409/845-2741                                          CONTACT: John Alford, 972/524-1951

Nonvolatile Condensation Products                           RE:A04/366          Baking Enamel, High Solids;
Cyclohexanone/cyclohexanol distillation. pH 6.8, flash point 110oC (COC).       Polyester, Acrylic, Fluoropolymer                             RE:A05/327
Opaque, dark brown liquid. Potential use: carrier solvent for asphalt           Generated by architectural aluminum—obsolete colors. Uncut paint, flash
chemicals or wood treating. Continuous, 5 million lbs/year, bulk. Sample        point 60-70°F. 30-35% solids, various colors, purchased <6 months.
and lab analysis available. Freeport, TX                                        Potential use: can be made air-dry. Presently 4 drums. Variable >4 drums/
CONTACT: Roger Claeys, 979/415-8107                                             quarter, 55 gal. drums. Independent analysis available (MSDS/product).
E-mail: claeysm@BASF.com                                                        Terrell, TX
                                                                                CONTACT: John Alford, 972/524-1951
*Perchloroethylene                                        RE:A04/1633
Two 55 gallon drums and three 5 gallon cans available. Dated July 1987.         Boiler Treatment (Code 03-15)                               RE:A05/1614
Near Killeen, TX                                                                Contains: 4 - 7 % Sodium Hexametaphosphate, 30 - 34 % Acrylic Acid.
CONTACT: Mary Horn, 254/698-3783                                                Copolymers, 56 % Water, 5% Caustic. Quantity Available: 10,000 kg.
                                                                                Other: MSDS available. No disposal vendors please.
Sulfinol                                                  RE:A04/1479           CONTACT: Pam Hodge
Distilled for reuse. Main constituent: 34% sulfolane, 54% DIPA and 10%          E-mail: phodge@ondeo-nes.com
water. Contains: .065 heat stable salts. Color: APHA-75. Potential or
intended use: reuse. One-time only. 20,000 gallons, bulk, drums. Sample         Calcium Fluoride                                              RE:A05/930
and lab analysis available. Evansville, IN                                      Generated by semiconductor manufacturer. NFPA hazard ratings: 1/0/0.
CONTACT: David Osbourne, 812/464-4446                                           3-10 cu.yds/month, drums. Sample and lab analysis available. Austin, TX
E-mail: dlogolfer@aol.com                                                       CONTACT: Justin Edmondson, 512/268-5854
                                                                                E-mail: jwedmondson@ashland.com
Toluene and Isopropyl Alcohol                             RE:A04/1122
Generated from medical device manufacturing. Main constituent: 67%              *Corrosion Inhibitor                                        RE:A05/1622
toluene and 33% isopropyl alcohol, Flash point 53O F. Presently 55-60           Surplus material. Contains: 30.0 - 60.0 % Isopropanol, 1.0 - 5.0% Acetic
gallons. Continuous, 55-60 gallons/month, drums. Sample available. Sugar        Acid, 41.0 - 95% Quaternary ammonium compound, 10 - 30% Imidazoline
Land, TX                                                                        Salts, 5-10% Organic Sulfur compound, 0.0 % H20. Flash Point: 84OF, water
CONTACT: Dewayne Dickey, 281/240-1000                                           soluble Quantity Available: 64,156 kg. One time only. MSDS available.
                                                                                Houston, TX. No disposal vendors please.
Waste Paint Thinner                                         RE:A04/852          CONTACT: Pam Hodge, 281/263-7324
Industrial painting. pH 5-8. Potential or intended use: fuel in cement kiln.    E-mail: phodge@ondeo-nes.com
Presently, 6-55 gallon/drums. Continuous, 1-55 gal/month. Sample avail-
able. Levelland, TX
CONTACT: Lynn O’Connor, 806/894-9441



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                                                               Materials Available
Corrosion/Scale Inhibitor                                                       EP-290                                                     RE:A05/1441
Compound (Code 03-07)                                     RE:A05/1605           Generated from linear alcohols production. Main constituent: 50-80%
Contains Glycol 10 - 30%, Methanol 5 - 10%, and Quaternary Ammonium             C9-C22 alcohols. Contains: 20-50% C14-C22 ethers/esters. pH 5.1, Flash
Compound 10 - 30%. 17,538 kg available on a one time basis. MSDS                point: 172°C. Color (typical) 5 (Pt-Co), hyd number: 200. Potential or
available. Obsolete material. No disposal vendors please.                       intended use: synthetic fish oil, alcohol for esterification. Continuous
CONTACT: Pam Hodge                                                              5 million/lbs per year. Restriction: 45K lbs. minimum. Sample, MSDS, lab
Email: phodge@ondeo-nes.com                                                     and independent analysis available. Texas City, TX
                                                                                CONTACT: Victor A. Rincon, 973/426-3997
*Demulsulfier 102903                                      RE:A05/1630           E-mail: rinconv@basf.com
Contains: 10 - 30% heavy Aromatic Naphtha, 5-10% Isopropanol, 1 - 5%
Naphthalene , 1- 5 % 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene, 0 % H20. pH = 14. Quantity         Ethylene Glycol                                            RE:A05/1265
Available: 5,880 kg in 55 gallon drums. One time only. MSDS available           Generated from distillation. Main constituent 98% ethylene glycol and
upon request. Surplus material. No disposal vendors please. Houston,            contains 2% water, pH 7. Potential or intended use: antifreeze blending,
Texas                                                                           drilling fluid. Presently 20,000 gals. Continuous, 10,000 gals/month, bulk.
CONTACT: Pam Hodge, 281/263-7324                                                Humble, TX
E-mail: phodge@ondeo-nes.com                                                    CONTACT: Jerry Kilcrease, 281/540-8860

Demulsifier for Lube Oil (Code 03-10)                     RE:A05/1607           Fatty Acids                                                RE:A05/1473
Contains HAN 30 - 60%, Xylene 1 - 5%, Naphthalene 5 - 10%, Ethylbenzene         Generated from tank truck residual. pH: 5-8, Flash point: >140°F. Various
0.1 - 1%, 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 1 - 5%. 14,700 kg available on a one time      fatty acids collected from tank truck residual prior to cleaning. Potential or
basis. MSDS available. Obsolete material. No disposal vendors please.           intended use: varies. Presently: 1 - 55 gal. drum. Variable, 55 gals/week,
CONTACT: Pam Hodge                                                              drums. Sample available. LaPorte, TX
Email: phodge@ondeo-nes.com                                                     CONTACT: Chuck Elliott, 800-226-0776
                                                                                E-mail: CElliott@contactPSC.com
*Desalting agent; Cleaner, Detergent                      RE:A05/1631
Contains: 8% Dimer Amine , 77% Propylene Oxide, 14% Ethylene Oxide,             Fuel Stabilizer (Code 03-06)                               RE:A05/1604
1% Acetic Acid. Quantity Available: 5,600 kg. One time only. MSDS               Contains 30 - 60% HAN, 1 - 5% Diethylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether,
available. Surplus material. No disposal vendors please. Houston, TX            1 - 5% Naphthalene, 1 - 5% Ethylbenzene, 10 - 30% Hydrotreated Heavy
CONTACT: Pam Hodge, 281/263-7324                                                Naphtha, and 1 - 5% Xylene. 14,000 kg. available on a one time basis.
E-mail: phodge@ondeo-nes.com                                                    MSDS available. Obsolete material. No disposal vendors please.
                                                                                CONTACT: Pam Hodge
Dibutylamine (Code 03-14)                                 RE:A05/1613           Email: phodge@ondeo-nes.com
Contains: 60.0 - 100.0 % Dibutylamine, 1% Methanol. Quantity Available:
16,600 kg. Other: MSDS available, No disposal vendors please                    Ground Marble & Limestone                                    RE:A05/749
CONTACT: Pam Hodge                                                              Generated by terrazzo tile manufacturer. Main constituent: 50% CaCO3 in
E-mail: phodge@ondeo-nes.com                                                    cured polyester resin. Contains 0-2% TIO2 , 0-2% ATH. pH approx. 8.0,
                                                                                non-hazardous, color & size varies. Potential use: filler, absorbent. Pres-
EP-202                                                    RE:A05/1423           ently 1,000 cu.yds. Continuous, 350 cu.yds/month, bulk. Sample and lab
Bottoms generated from alcohol production. Main constituents: alcohols          analysis available. Mesquite, TX
and esters. Contains aldehydes. Flash point: (TCC)°F = 110 -120. Density        CONTACT: Barry Hallmark, 972/285-5471
at 20°C = 0.895-0.915. Potential or intended use: mining (as frother),          E-mail: barryhallmark@fritzind.com
carrier/solvent for oil well chemicals. Presently, 4 million lbs. Continuous,
4 million/lbs year, bulk. Restriction: 45K lbs. minimum. Sample, lab            Gulftene 10-12-14-16-18 Blend A
analysis and MSDS available. Freeport, TX                                       (Code 03-04)                                               RE:A05/1603
CONTACT: Victor A. Rincon, 973/426-3997                                         Contains Decene 20%, Dodecene 30%, Tetradecene 30%, Hexadecene
E-mail: rinconv@basf.com                                                        10%, and Octadecene 10%. 4500 kg available on a one time basis. MSDS
                                                                                available. Obsolete material. No disposal vendors please.
EP-204                                                    RE:A05/1422           CONTACT: Pam Hodge
Bottoms generated from alcohol production. Main constituent: alcohols           Email: phodge@ondeo-nes.com
and esters. pH: 6.8, Flash point: 108°C. Color (gardner) 3-5, density @
20°C = 0.880, visc. @ 20°C = 28 mPa. Potential or intended use: carrier/        Hydrogen Peroxide, 50%                                     RE:A05/1299
solvent for oil well chemicals. Presently 3 million lbs. Continuous, 3          Generated from steel surface preparation. Used once for testing. One-time
million lbs/year. Restriction: 45K lbs minimum. Sample, lab analysis and        only. 350 gallons. MSDS available. Dallas, TX
MSDS available. Freeport, TX                                                    CONTACT: Paul Pearson, 214/951-0175
CONTACT: Victor A. Rincon, 973/426-3997                                         E-mail: paul@semiconprecision.com
E-mail: rinconv@basf.com
                                                                                Isocyanates (unreacted)                                    RE:A05/1472
                                                                                Generated from tank truck residual. pH: 7, Flash point: >140°F. Unreacted
                                                                                isocyanates collected from tank truck residual prior to cleaning. Potential
                                                                                or intended use: mix parts a&b to form expanding foam. Presently: 1 - 55
                                                                                gal. drum. Variable, 55 gal. drums/week. Sample available. LaPorte, TX
                                                                                CONTACT: Chuck Elliott, 800-226-0776
                                                                                E-mail: CElliott@contactPSC.com


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Materials Available
Liquid Laundry Detergent Line Flush                       RE:A05/1591           Propylene Glycol (1,2 Propylene Glycol)                   RE:A05/1311
Surplus material. Potential or intended use: dish detergent. One-time only,     Generated from re-refining, contains <1% H20, color 10-20 apha. Potential
150,000 lbs, drums. Restriction: 20,000 lbs minimum. Sample and MSDS            or intended use: virgin quality. Continuous, 50,000 gallons/year. Sample
available. Lawrence, KS                                                         and MSDS available. Troy, IN
CONTACT: Chris Sanders, 785/841-3076                                            CONTACT: David Osbourne, 812/464-4446
E-mail: ChriscoChemical@hotmail.com                                             E-mail: dlogolfer@aol.com

Medical Grade Silicon Fluids                              RE:A05/1024           *Refrigerants —
(Polydimethylsiloxanes) Excess inventory and outdated material per com-         R-11, R-113, R-500 & Others                               RE:A05/1627
pany standards. Flash point >600O F, liquid, mixed viscosities; 350 cst to      Current inventory includes 13,500 lbs R-11, 12,400 lbs R-113, 1800 lbs
12,500 cst. Presently, two 55-gal. drums, continuous 20 gals/year. Sample       R-12, 900 lbs R-114, 400 lbs R-500, 8400 lbs R-502, 220 lbs R-503, 70 lbs
and MSDS available. Columbus, NE                                                R-13. Inventory varies monthly. Material stored in cylinders. Lab analysis,
CONTACT: Gary M. Jacobs, 402/563-8286                                           independent analysis, and MSDS available upon request. National pick-up
                                                                                and delivery.
Methanol                                                  RE:A05/1332           CONTACT: Dana Studebaker, 937/435-8600
Generated from a custom chemical manufacturer. Contains 98% methanol,
0.3% water and 0.1% heptane. pH: 5-6. Presently 10,000 gallons. Continuous,     Stripper                                                  RE:A05/1380
15,000 gallons/month, bulk. Sample and lab analysis available. Houston, TX      Generated from electroplating. Main constituent: 35% ammonium bifluoride
CONTACT: Warren Campbell, 713/433-5818                                          and 35% hydrogen peroxide in water. Contains 10% tin and .05% lead. pH
E-mail: WarCamp@Syntech.com                                                     2.5, non-flammable, oxidizer. Potential or intended use: stripper. Presently
                                                                                350 gallons. drums. Continuous, 50 gals/month. Sample available. Dallas-
Methanol                                                  RE:A05/1324           FW Metroplex, TX
Generated from a custom chemical manufacturer. Contains 30% water,              CONTACT: Christoper Brasher, 972/884-6238
0.2% heptane, pH 5-6. Presently, 20,000 gallons. Continuous, 5,000 gals/        E-mail: cbrasher@connectorservice.com
week, bulk. Sample and lab analysis available. Houston, TX
CONTACT: Warren Campbell, 713/433-5818                                          Surfactants                                               RE:A05/1171
E-mail: WarCamp@Syntech.com                                                     Surfactants: Anionic, Ionic, Cationic, and Non-ionic materials. Used for
                                                                                soap compounding, industrial lubricants, drilling muds, dispersants for ink
*Oxyalkylates + Methanol                                  RE:A05/1625           and dye. Primarily liquids, some solids. Presently 65,000 lbs. Continuous,
Surplus material. Contains: 20 - 60 % Heavy Aromatic Naptha, 2 - 10 %           20 tons/month, bulk, drums, or totes. Lawrence, KS
Naphthalene, 1 - 5% Trimethylbenzene, 10% Methanol. Product contains            CONTACT: Chris Sanders, 785/841-3076
no water. Quantity Available: 2,013 kg in totes. One Time only. MSDS            E-mail: chriscochemical@hotmail.com
available. Houston, TX. No disposal vendors please.
CONTACT: Pam Hodge, 281/263-7324                                                *Vinyl Caprolactam                                        RE:A05/1624
E-mail: phodge@ondeo-nes.com                                                    Surplus material. Molecular Formula: CH2CHNCOC5H10. Quantity Avail-
                                                                                able: 2,400 kg in bags. One time only. MSDS available. Houston, TX.
Para Isopropylphenol                                      RE:A05/1233           No disposal vendors please.
Generated from hydroquinone manufacturing (benzene recovery column              CONTACT: Pam Hodge, 281/263-7324
bottoms). Main constituent: 30-60% C9H12O. Contains 7-13% C12H16, 0-5%          E-mail: phodge@ondeo-nes.com
Ch4O, 1-3% C6H6O2. pH 4.07, Flash point: 75-95OF. Potential or intended
use: use as a manufacturing and feedstock or other non-waste application.       Vinyl Polymer (Code 03-08)                                RE:A05/1606
Presently 50,000 gallons. Continuous, 25,000 gals/week, bulk, drums.            Contains Ammonium Chloride 1 - 5%, Methanol 10 - 30%, and Oxyalkylated
Sample, MSDS, lab and independent analysis available. LaPorte, TX               Alcohol 1 - 5%. 22,000 kg. available on a one time basis. MSDS available.
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917                              Obsolete material. No disposal vendors please.
                                                                                CONTACT: Pam Hodge
Pine Resin (Yellow), Pine Tar,                                                  Email: phodge@ondeo-nes.com
Pine Tar - Pitch                                          RE:A05/1269
Generated from centrifugal of wet electrostatic precipitator’s effluent. Main   Wet Alcohol                                                RE:A05/998
constituent: 50-80% pine tar in tar form. Contains 20-40% ash and 5-10%         Generated from alcohol separation. Contains: 80% isopropanol, 15% water,
fines, pH 7-9, Flash point: >200° F. Black, viscous, tar looking material, no   1.5% 4-methyl-2-pentanol, 2% 1,3,5 trimethyl benzene, 1.5% ketone, and
reactivity or toxicity. Potential or intended use: roofing compositions,        several hundred ppm mercaptans. Flashpoint: approximately 53°F, clear
asphalt co., plastic and rubber processing. Presently 30 cu.yds. Continuous,    color, mercaptan odor. Presently 20,000 gallons. Continuous 20,000 gals/
30 cu.yds/week, bulk. Sample, lab and independent analysis available.           month, bulk. Sample and lab analysis available. Deer Park, TX
Carthage, TX                                                                    CONTACT: Janelle Houston, 281/479-2851, Ext. 7807
CONTACT: Daria Partovi, 903/694-2414
E-mail:daria-partovi@lpcorp.com

Polyphosphate Solution, Aqueous
(Code 03-11)                                              RE:A05/1608
Contains Polyphosphates and Orthophosphates. 42,000 kg. available. MSDS
available. Obsolete material. No disposal vendors please.
CONTACT: Pam Hodge
Email: phodge@ondeo-nes.com

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                                                                   Materials Available
   OIL                                                                                  PLASTIC
Base Stock - Oil                                              RE:A06/1348            Cold Patch (Road Patch Material)                          RE:A07/1363
Generated from silane production. Main constituent: 50% petroleum oil                Generated from recycling process. 3.5 gallon buckets at $6.00 per bucket.
in slurry. Contains 50% Al. Flashpoint: 375°F. Aluminum reactive                     Potential or intended use: pot hole and crack filler. Presently, 49,500
with alkali. Potential or intended use: fuel blending, aluminum recovery.            buckets. Continuous, 49,500 buckets/month, pallets. Framingham, MA
Presently 200 gallons. Continuous, 200 gals/month, drums. Restriction:               CONTACT: Gregory Conigliaro 508/872-9668
100 gallons minimum. Sample and MSDS available. Pasadena, TX                         E-mail: greg@conigliaro.com
CONTACT: Randy Waller, 713/740-1511
E-mail: rwaller@memc.com                                                             Corrugated Plastic Boxes                                  RE:A07/1555
                                                                                     Corrugated plastic boxes packaged in bulk and baled. Quantity available is
Fuel Oil, Burner Fuel                                           RE:A06/197           about 1 to 2 tons. This is a one-time listing. Sample available.
Continuous, 3,000,000 gals/year. Albuquerque, NM                                     CONTACT: Benjamin Wylie, 512/272-3290
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917                                   E-mail: benjamin_wylie@amat.com

Heavy Lube Oil                                                RE:A06/1476            Empty Polypropylene
Generated from tank truck residual. pH 7, Flash point: >140°F. These heavy           Chemical Containers                                       RE:A07/1384
lube oils are usually too thick to pump. Potential or intended use: lubrica-         Containers may contain water and are rinsed. Presently, 60 - 1 gallon/
tion. Presently 1 - 55 gal drum. Variable, 55 gals/week, drums. Sample               bottles. Continuous, 60 - 1 gallon bottles/day. Dallas, TX
available. LaPorte, TX                                                               CONTACT: Jason Duvall, 972/371-4913
CONTACT: Chuck Elliott, 800-226-0776                                                 E-mail: jason.duvall@dalsemi.com
E-mail: CElliott@contactPSC.com
                                                                                     Expended Filter Cartridges                                RE:A07/1388
Naphthalene Oil                                               RE:A06/1570            PES and PP filter cartridges, oleander debris. Presently, 8 - 10 filters.
Generated from the manufacture of alkylated phenols. Main constituent:               Continuous, 8 - 10 filters per week. San Antonio, TX
10-30% Napthalene. Contains 4-12% Methyl Naphthalenes, 4-12% Xy-                     CONFIDENTIAL LISTING: CONTACT RENEW, 512/239-1917
lenes and 2-10% Trimethyl Benzenes. Also contains benzene, chloroben-
zene, cresols and pyridine. pH approximately 8.0 (water extract). Flash              Fiberglass Trim                                           RE:A07/1509
point 95OF. Is black/brown and total solids <.5%. Potential or intended use:         Generated from production of fiberglass septic tanks. Main constituent:
Raw material for manufacturing process. 650,000 gallons currently. 20,000-           34% styrene. Contains 43% dimethyl phthalate, 2% MEK, and 1% H2O2.
30,000 gallons every 1-2 months thereafter. No minimum amount restric-               Flash point: >220°F. Potential or intended use: spray fiberglass tanks using
tions. Sample and MSDS available to interested parties.                              steel molds. Presently 28 tons. Continuous 10 tons/month, bulk. Sample, lab
CONTACT: Greg Tatosian, 713/428-5556                                                 analysis and MSDS available. North Louisiana, LA
E-mail: gtatosian@merisol.com                                                        CONTACT: Robert Flournoy 318-251-1423
                                                                                     E-mail: rwf@cox-internet.com
#4 On-Spec Burner Fuel                                        RE:A06/1501
Top quality Spec #4 burner fuel available at competitive prices in Texas.            FR4 Fiberglass                                            RE:A07/1389
Laboratory analysis & MSDS available. Somerset, TX                                   Fiberglass is plated with copper, tin-lead, nickel and gold. Presently 5000
CONTACT: Troy Lane, 800-364-5788                                                     lbs. Continuous 5000 lbs. Houston, TX
                                                                                     CONTACT: Vinod R. Patel, 713/462-3163
#4 On-Spec Burner Fuel                                          RE:A06/933           E-mail: technology@pcbmfr.com
Flash point 180o F. Potential or intended use: industrial asphalt plants,
boilers, generators, power plants permitted. Continuous, 1,500,000 gallons/          HDPE Rubber                                               RE:A07/1609
year, bulk. Sample, lab analysis, independent analysis and MSDS available.           75% HDPE and LDPE, 25% rubber. Generated from the plastics extrusion
TX, NM, OK, AR, LA                                                                   process. Potential or intended use: Plastics reclamation (needs to be
CONTACT: Terry Taliaferro, 817/523-4938                                              pelletized). Variable amounts available on a continuing basis. Sample
                                                                                     available to interested parties. Houston, TX
Papermedia/Oil                                                  RE:A06/836           CONTACT: Lynn Stoops, 281/459-2491
Oil filter and oil absorbent recycling. Btu valve: 15,000 per lb. Papermedia is
shredded into 4 in. pieces and is black in color due to oil saturation. Potential/   Peanuts, Packaging Loose-fill Material                    RE:A07/1364
intended use: alternative fuel/fuel blending. Presently 180 tons. Continuous,        Generated from recycling process. 15 cu. ft. bags at $5.00 per bag. Potential
180+ tons/month, bulk. Sample and lab analysis available. Dallas, TX                 or intended use: packaging loose-fill. Presently 250 bags. Continuous,
CONTACT: Ed Pittman, 214/748-5764                                                    250 bags/month, packaged in 15 cu. ft. bags. Framingham, MA
                                                                                     CONTACT: Gregory Conigliaro 508/872-9668
Waste Oils                                                      RE:A06/934           E-mail: greg@conigliaro.com
Generated by semiconductor manufacturer. Contains <1% water, <1%
misc. Flash point >200o F. Fuel value: 20,000 Btu/lb. NFPA hazard ratings:           Plastic Shopping Bags                                     RE:A07/1545
2/0/0. 5-15 gallons/month, drums. Sample and lab analysis available. Austin, TX      Have bales of plastic bags. Variable, 26,560 bags/quarter. Sample avail-
CONTACT: Justin Edmondson, 512/268-5854                                              able. Fort Hood, TX
E-mail: jwedmondson@ashland.com                                                      CONTACT: Rufus Walker/JayCee Turnquist, 254/287-1606



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Materials Available
Plastics, All Types                                        RE:A07/1270
Have all types of plastics that could be used for recycling on a continuous         TEXTILE AND LEATHER
basis. Sample available. Grandbury, TX
CONTACT: Bob Parham/Lynn Dornack, 800-399-4655
                                                                                 Cloth with Foam Backing                                   RE:A08/1101
E-mail:rwrlynn@aol.com                                                           Generated from laminators and automotive seating. AKA - cloth laminate.
                                                                                 Potential or intended use: recycling. Presently 30,000 lbs. Continuous,
Plastics, Various Types                                     RE:A07/1243          30,000 lbs/month, bales. Sample available. Pulaski, TN
Plastics (PVC, Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Styrene, HDPE, and many
                                                                                 CONTACT: James Miller, 931/363-8284
more) generated from hospital processes. Various amounts presently avail-
                                                                                 E-mail: sales_rep@AppertainCorp.com
able and various amounts/month on a continuous basis. Samples available.
Jacksonville, TX
                                                                                 Cotton Dotted Hot Mill Gloves                             RE:A08/1559
CONTACT: Billy Glover, 903/586-6502
                                                                                 New cotton dotted hot mill gloves. Knit. Special close-out price while they
                                                                                 last. Used for hand protection, packaged in boxes. Samples available upon
Polyethylene Film                                            RE:A07/695          request with independent analysis.
Packaged material, clear, sheet/film. Potential use: recycle. Continuous,
                                                                                 CONTACT: Randy Bryant, 828/322-2156
4 - 6 cu.yds/week. Sample available. Terrell, TX
                                                                                 E-mail: sagitt@twave.net
CONTACT: John Alford, 972/524-1951
                                                                                 100% Cotton Textiles,
Polyimide Foam                                               RE:A07/999          All Weights, All Dyes                                       RE:A08/334
Potential or intended use: thermal and acoustic insulation. Presently
                                                                                 Potential use: rags, scrap, stuffing, etc. Packaged in bags/ weekly. Sample
5-6,000 board feet. Continuous, 5-6,000 board feet daily, bags. Sample, lab
                                                                                 available. Stillwater, OK
analysis and MSDS available. Magnolia, AR
                                                                                 CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917
CONTACT: Dan Sutton or Steve Bailey, 870/234-0286
                                                                                 Cotton Towels and Cuts, New                               RE:A08/1564
Polymers/Resins                                            RE:A07/1471           New cotton towels and towel cuts. We also box and cut terry towel wipes.
Generated from tank truck residual. Main constituent varies. pH: 5-9, Flash
                                                                                 Use for cleaning, wiping rags, or industrial. Packaged in bulk, in boxes and
point varies. Various polymers and resins collected from tank truck prior to
                                                                                 pallets. Several tons available on a continuous basis. No restriction on
cleaning. Potential or intended use: plastics/molding. Presently, 1 - 55 gal.
                                                                                 amount requested. Samples available with independent analysis.
drum. Variable 55 gals/week, drums. Sample available. LaPorte, TX
                                                                                 CONTACT: Randy Bryant, 828/322-2156
CONTACT: Chuck Elliott, 800-226-0776
                                                                                 E-mail: sagitt@twave.net
E-mail: CElliott@contactPSC.com
                                                                                 Felt 1/8" or 1/4" with Adhesive Backing                     RE:A08/755
Polymorized Polyurethane Foam                                RE:A07/466          Generated by footwear manufacturer. 100% felt. Potential use: insulation.
Insulation of residential water heaters. Potential use: insulation of residen-
                                                                                 Presently 3,000 lbs. Continuous, 1,000 lbs/week, bulk, cu.yd. box. Sample
tial water heaters. Presently 5,000 cu.yds. Continuous, 800 cu.yds/month,
                                                                                 available. Rock Island, IL
bulk. Sample available. Laredo, TX
                                                                                 CONTACT: Jim Cravens, 309/786-7741, Ext. 3828
CONTACT: Steve Farley, 210/725-5456
                                                                                 Felt l/4" Gray/White                                        RE:A08/754
Polypropylene/Fiberglass Roving                            RE:A07/1417           Generated by footwear manufacturer. 100% felt. Potential use: insulation.
Generated from blending operation. Main constituent: 60% fiberglass
                                                                                 Presently, 600 lbs. Continuous, 300 lbs/week, bulk, cu.yd. box. Sample
in polypropylene. Potential or intended use: plastic boards, landscape
                                                                                 available. Rock Island, IL
material, etc. Presently 1000 lbs. Continuous 1000 lbs/day, pallets, boxes.
                                                                                 CONTACT: Jim Cravens, 309/786-7741, Ext. 3828
Sample available upon request, TX
CONTACT: Ron Cotton, 940/689-3264
                                                                                 Felt with Adhesive Backing                                  RE:A08/752
E-mail: Ron.L.Cotton@saint-gobain.com                                            Sole insulation for boots, footwear manufacturing. Natural rubber. Poten-
                                                                                 tial use: fuel additive or insulation. Presently 4,000 lbs. Continuous, 1,000
Polystyrene, Lexan, PVC, Ryton, Polyprep RE:A07/1340                             lbs/week, bulk, cu.yd. box. Rock Island, IL
Generated from thermoform, extruder. Mostly pellets, some solid blobs.
                                                                                 CONTACT: Jim Cravens, 309/786-7741, Ext. 3828
Potential or intended use: recycle, make plastic parts. Presently 20 gaylords.
Continuous, 1,000 gals/month. No restriction. Sample and MSDS avail-
                                                                                 Knit Fabric Rolls - 60 inches wide                        RE:A08/1563
able. Stephenville, TX                                                           First quality rolls, 60-inches wide, ply knit, full rolls, $0.50 per yard in
CONTACT: Scott L. Howell, 254/968-6071 Ext. 239                                  volume. Used as fabric and packaged in plastic-wrapped rolls. Many colors.
E-mail: scott.howell@egs-eg.com                                                  First quality. Several hundred rolls for one time availability. Samples
                                                                                 available on request.
Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC)                                  RE:A07/1483           CONTACT: Randy Bryant, 828/322-2156
Generated from powder coating (fluidizied bed). Main constituent: 30%
                                                                                 E-mail: sagitt@twave.net
plasticizer in PVC. Contains 5% dirt. Flash point: ≈600O F. Various colors,
65 IV resin, shore A dorometer 88 +2. Potential or intended use: powder
                                                                                 Nonwoven Synthetic Fibers (PET)                              RE:A08/563
coating. Presently 55,000 lbs. Variable 1,000 lbs/qtr., boxes. MSDS available.   Filter media manufacture. Main constituent: 70% PET. Non- hazardous
CONTACT: John Cornetta, 713/924-4333                                             material of various colors. Potential use: filter media, furniture pads,
E-mail: JCornetta@CESheperd.com                                                  pillows, toys and carpet padding. Presently 50,000-60,000 lbs. Continuous,
                                                                                 50,000-60,000 lbs/month, bulk, vacuum packed. Sample available.
                                                                                 Groesbeck, TX
                                                                                 CONTACT: Cathy Allen, 254/729-3223

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                                                                  Materials Available
Reprocessed Work Gloves                                      RE:A08/1537           Pallets                                                   RE:A09/1272
Reprocessed work gloves - complete line of cotton, leather, keviar and             Have various quantities of pallets on a continuous basis. Sample available,
coated gloves, walk off mats, safety wear and, polypropylene wipers.               Granbury, TX
Continuous supply on most styles. Sample available. Brent, AL                      CONTACT: Bob Parham/Lynn Dornack, 800-399-4655
CONTACT: Patricia Hester, 800/741-4568                                             E-mail:rwrlynn@aol.com
E-mail: patricia.hester@brentind.com
                                                                                   Sawdust, Dry                                               RE:A09/696
Short Polyester Fibers (resin coated)                        RE:A08/1255           Non-toxic, manufactured from kiln dried wood. Presently 1,300 cu.yds.
Main constituent: 70% polyester fiber. Contains 30% PVAC/EVA, non-                 Continuous, 200 cu.yds/week, bulk, bags. Sample available. Jacksonville, TX
hazardous, small fiber, whitish to light yellow. Potential or intended use:        CONTACT: Sara K. Barnett, 903/586-3901
flooring, hose, roofing, asphalt, hot melt adhesive, and plastic compound.         E-mail: jdbarnett@prodigy.net
It can also act as a binder and filler. Presently 3,000 lbs. Continuous, 25,000
lbs/month, bulk, boxes. Sample available.                                          Sawdust, Wood Chips & Shavings                             RE:A09/384
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917                                 Kitchen cabinet manufacturing. 98% hardwoods. Potential use: use as a
                                                                                   fuel, filler, or agricultural product. Presently 40,000 lbs. Continuous, 100
Spunlace Fabric                                              RE:A08/1034           tons/day, bulk, trailer loads. Sample available. Duncanville, TX
From gown and drape manufacturing. Non-hazardous, light blue material              CONTACT: Steve Byron, 972/298-6101
and sizes vary. Fabric has been toxicologically tested and found to have no        E-mail: SteveByron@Texwoodind.com
adverse effects. Potential or intended use: stuffing, packaging material,
pillows, toys or for padding. Presently 24,000 lbs. Continuous, 24,000 lbs/        Wood                                                      RE:A09/1333
week, bales. Sample available upon request. El Paso, TX                            Have flooring, trim, siding, doors and cabinets, etc. Salvaged material from
CONTACT: Mike Anderson, 915/779-3681                                               exterior structure. Have an assortment on a continuous basis. Austin, TX
                                                                                   CONTACT: John Lopez, 512/209-4993
Textile Lint                                                 RE:A08/1219
Generated from fabric conversion, baled. Potential or intended use: pads           Wood Chips, Colored Mulch                                 RE:A09/1344
under carpets, auto and industry use, and filler material. Samples available.      Material generated from a recycling process. Potential or intended use:
Brownsville, TX                                                                    wood fuel, mulch. Presently 10,000 cu. yds. Variable, 2,000 cu. yds/quarter.
CONTACT: Enrique Melguizo/Ruth Barbosa, 956/831-7707                               Sample available. TX, LA, OK
                                                                                   CONTACT: Pierre Morow, 281/448-1111
Wiping Rags                                                  RE:A08/1560           E-mail: trashnut@aol.com
New, cotton, wiping rags for sale. First quality good material at a great price.
Used for cleaning. Packaged in boxes and stored on pallets. Available on a         Wood Chips/Mulch                                          RE:A09/1597
continuous basis. Samples available upon request and independent analysis.         Wood chips and mulch available. Generated from the shredding of brush
CONTACT: Randy Bryant, 828/322-2156                                                and wood. Size of chips and mulch varies from 2 to 4 inches. Potential use:
E-mail: sagitt@twave.net                                                           Composting or landscaping. 3,000 cubic yards currently available with
                                                                                   approximately 500 cubic yards available thereafter per year. No quantity
                                                                                   restrictions.
   WOOD                                                                            CONTACT: Christian Heger, 254/299-2602
                                                                                   Email: christianh@ci.waco.tx.us

Large Creosote Treated Wood Timbers                          RE:A09/1268           Wood Chips, Mulch                                         RE:A09/1558
Reclaimed from closed railroad. Various sizes up to 8"x20"x30 ft. Relay            Wood chips and mulch generated from manufacture of upholstered furni-
quality. 1mm B-ft available. Central Texas. Good for reuse, docks, barge           ture. Material quality is excellent, clean, wood mulch which may be used as
decks, wooden bridges.                                                             feedstock for compost or landscape mulch. Packaged in bulk. Present
CONTACT: Brad Rountree, 713/412-1991                                               amount is 1500 cubic yards. Will generate about 1000 cubic yards per year in
E-mail: b_rountree@msn.com                                                         the future. No restrictions on amount taken. Samples available upon request.
                                                                                   CONTACT: John Mark Holm, 830/625-8535
*Oak, Pine and Fir Crates and Pallets                        RE:A09/1632           E-mail: barkel@swbell.net
40 yards/month of untreated oak, pine and fir crates and pallets available on
a continuous basis. Most suitable for reuse. Houston, TX                           Wood Dust, Scraps                                         RE:A09/1425
CONTACT: Michael Manning, 713/729-2110                                             Generated from kitchen cabinet manufacturing. Presently, 840 cu. yds.
                                                                                   Continuous, 840 cu. yds/month, bulk, 40 yd. containers. Sample available.
Oak Sawdust Fines                                            RE:A09/1565           Dallas, TX
Hardwood floor waste used to make activated carbon. 100% dried oak                 CONFIDENTIAL LISTING: CONTACT RENEW, 512/239-1917
sawdust with a moisture content of approx. 6%. d50 approx. 27 microns d95
approximately 147 microns. Potential or intended use: fuel or compost.             Wooden Top Frames                                         RE:A09/1548
Currently 4800 lbs available in 400 lbs bulk bags. 4800 lbs available              From surplus shipping material. 44 x 56 inch wooden frames, connected at
continuously/month. Sample available.                                              corners with nails, good condition. Reusable as top frames or scrap wood,
CONTACT: Curtis Miles, 903/935-9757                                                mulch, animal bedding, etc. Presently, 1,000 pallets. Continuous, 100/
                                                                                   month, cannot deliver. Conroe and Ft. Worth, TX
Pallets                                                      RE:A09/1531           CONTACT: Dixie Rorem, 303/460-5218
Pallets from central warehouse area. Potential or intended use: recycling.         E-mail: drorem@ball.com
Approx. 50-90 pallets/month on a continuous basis. Alief, TX
CONTACT: Issac Sanchez, 281/988-3288
E-mail: icsanche@alief.isd.tenet.edu
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Materials Available
Wood, Treated                                             RE:A09/1493           Zinc                                                       RE:A10/1287
Wood contains <1% creosote. Creosote treated utility poles, photos avail-       Generated from wheelabrator shots. Main constituent: zinc, contains 5% Fe.
able. Presently >200 poles. Variable amount of wood available/yearly.           Potential or intended use: zinc coating. Presently 1 drum. Continuous, 1 drum/
McCamey, TX                                                                     week (1,000 lbs) 55-gal. drum. Sample and MSDS available. Grapevine, TX
CONTACT: John Flood, 915/674-7253                                               CONTACT: Peter Patel, 972/316-8100, Ext. 2203
E-mail: jdflood@aep.com                                                         E-mail: peter.patel@4S.com

                                                                                Zinc Dust                                                  RE:A10/1587
                                                                                Generated from deburring galvanized sheet metal. Presently, one 55-gal
     METAL AND                                                                  drum. Continuous, one 55-gal drum per year. Sample available. Royse City, TX
     METAL SLUDGE                                                               CONTACT: Gregg Burnett, 972/635-9565
                                                                                E-mail: gburnett@dustfree.com

Aluminum Hydroxide Filter Cake                              RE:A10/549
Wastewater treatment filter cake from aluminum anodizing. Main constitu-           MISCELLANEOUS
ent: 4.0% Al. Contains 70-75% H2O. pH 7-9. Approx. 25-30% solids, Texas
Class II non hazardous waste classification. Potential use: reclaim alumi-      *60% Aromatic Hydrocarbons                                 RE:A11/1621
num, produce alum. Presently 40-60 cu.yds. Continuous, 40-60 cu.yds/            Contains aromatic hydrocarbons, isopropanol, xylene. Flashpoint: 71O F.
week. Sample and lab analysis available. Terrell, TX                            220 gal available, one-time only. MSDS available upon request.
CONTACT: John Alford, 972/524-1951                                              Houston, TX
                                                                                CONTACT: Larry Snellings, 281/821-0859
Aluminum Oxide (or Silicon Carbide)                       RE:A10/1107           E-mail: larry@dangerousgoods.com
Manufacture of resin-bearing industrial grinding wheels. pH 10.9, Flash
point >200O F. Info: 99% solid; non-reactive; does not exceed TCLP limits       Acid Scrubber                                              RE:A11/1428
(contains trace naphthalene, cresols, phenols). Presently 115,000 lbs.          Vertical FRP acid scrubber with caustic injection. 60,000 cfm exhaust.
Continuous, 7,000 lbs/week, drums. Sample, lab analysis and MSDS                1,500 gpm recirculation flow rate. Packing depth of 8 feet. Vertical mist
available. Westborough, MA                                                      eliminator. Sump volume of 3,580 gallons. Scrubber dimensions are 14.5'
CONTACT: John S. Ferdella, 508/366-4431                                         x 11' x 65'. One-time only. Quantity: 3. Austin, TX
                                                                                CONTACT: Marcus Lathrop, 512/934-8235
Brass Chips Containing Copper                                                   E-mail: marcus.lathrop@motorola.com
in Oil Absorbent                                          RE:A10/1594
Brass chips in oil absorbent available. Generated from a machining opera-       Adhesive Rolls                                             RE:A11/1343
tion. 3-6% brass chips in oil absorbent. Brass composed of 60% copper and       Out-of-date, off-spec material. Miscellaneous info: mostly epoxy, colors
1-2% zinc. Contaminants: .003% lead. 4,000-5,000 lbs of brass containing        vary. Potential or intended use: metal adhesion, manufacturing. Presently,
oil absorbent available per quarter. Lab analysis available to interested       15 rolls. Variable, 15-20 rolls/year, boxes. Sample and MSDS available.
parties. Lancaster, TX                                                          Fort Worth, TX
CONTACT: Reynaldo Abanilla, 972/227-5511                                        CONTACT: Peter Slavik, 817/451-0620
Email: rabanill@brasscrafthq.com
                                                                                Ammonia Scrubber                                           RE:A11/1429
Chromium III (Filter Cake)                                  RE:A10/330          Vertical FRP ammonia scrubber with acid injection. 20,000 cfm exhaust.
Conversion coat of aluminum. pH approximately 8.0. Toxic, green, waste          300-400 gpm recirculation flow rate. Packing depth of 6 feet. 1" plastic
water treatment cake, 28-34% solids. Potential use: recovery of chromium        jaeger balls as mist eliminator. Sump volume of 1,150 gallons. Scrubber
metal. Presently 4 tons. Continuous approximately 6 tons/quarter (+2 tons).     dimensions are 8.7' x 9' x 52.25'. One-time only. Quantity: 3. Austin, TX
Lab analysis available (EP Tox/TCLP). Terrell, TX                               CONTACT: Marcus Lathrop, 512/934-8235
CONTACT: John Alford, 972/524-1951                                              E-mail: marcus.lathrop@motorola.com
Coal Slag Screenings                                      RE:A10/1474           Baghouse Dust                                                RE:A11/314
Generated from crushing/screening plants. Primarily finer than #50 U.S.         K061 Low Zinc. Main constituent FeO2. Contains .36% Pb, .29% Cr, .01%
mesh; no heavy metals, no organic chemicals. Various number of tons             Cd. Generated by electric arc furnaces. Density approximately 69 lbs/cu.ft.
available within the US. Continuous number of tons/year, bulk. Sample, lab      Potential use: iron or other metals recovery/recycling. Presently 44 tons,
analysis and MSDS available. PA, NJ, IL, IN, TX, KY, NH, KS, OH & WV            continuous 44 tons/month, bulk. Sample & lab analysis available. Longview, TX
CONTACT: Nate Verrelli, 717/972-1149                                            CONTACT: Bill Stuckey, 903/236-6510
E-mail: nverrelli@reedmin.com
                                                                                Boiler Ash (Fly/Bottoms)                                   RE:A11/1551
Nickel Catalyst (5%)                                      RE:A10/1015           Ash generated from burning of bark. Potential or intended use: beneficial
Generated from vegatable oil hydrogenation. Main constituent: 5% nickel         use. Available on a continuous basis, in bulk. Sample and lab analysis
in diatomaceous earth. Contains 30% vegetable oil, 65% bleach clay, pH 8.       available. Orange, TX
Potential or intended use: nickel catalyst reclamation. Presently 30,000 lbs.   CONTACT: David Farris, 409/746-7416
Continuous, 30,000 lbs/month. Sample, lab and independent analysis              E-mail: dfarris@iccnet.com
available. Ft. Worth, TX
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                                                              Materials Available
Bulk Bags                                                RE:A11/1277          Diatomaceous Earth                                             RE:A11/890
Once used refurbished bulk bags in various sizes and capacities. Presently    Generated from filtration of city water. Main constituent: 20% water in
80,000 bags. Continuous 200-250 bags/per pallet. Restriction: 50 bags         crystalline selica. Contains 5% quartz, pH 6-9, salmon colored, wet, 70-
minimum. Samples available. Burleson, TX                                      80% solids. Potential or intended use: additive to cement mixes to produce
CONTACT: Dale Limbaugh, 888/399-2247                                          a pozzalan, or as a soil additive to deter snails, etc. Continuous, 800-1,000
E-mail: beastbag@flash.net                                                    lbs/week, drums. MSDS available. Austin, TX
                                                                              CONTACT: Paul Roberts, 512/602-2054
Bulk Bags, FIBC’s                                        RE:A11/1508
Bags contained dry beans and were used once. Main constituent: woven          Fiberboard Cores                                              RE:A11/1443
polypropylene. 40 cu.ft bags, duffel tops and spout bottoms. 6.5 oz, 2,200    Generated from advanced graphite composites. Core sizes vary from 64" x
lb safe capacity. Potential or intended use: ship or store dry flowable       6" x 1/2" to 48 5/8" x 6" x 1/2". Presently, 200 cores. Variable 200-300
material, $8.00/bag. Presently 1,200 bags. Continuous, 1,200 bags/month,      cores/month, pallets. Sample available. Greenville, TX
bulk, pallets, 40 bags/pallet. Sample available. Austin, TX                   CONTACT: Joe Rouleau, 903/457-8549
CONTACT: Dale Linam 512/743-5690                                              E-mail: joe_rouleau@ft.cytec.com
E-mail: dalelinam@aol.com
                                                                              Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers                         RE:A11/1207
Calcium Carbonate Lime Sludge                            RE:A11/1544          Once used, reprocessed bulk bags. Sizes and configurations vary (5 cu.ft.
Sludge is produced in the process of treating raw water. Main constituent:    capacity and up). Potential or intended use: transportation of any dry, powdered,
90% calcium carbonate. Contains 10% inert materials--sand and soil, off-      granular, regrinded or chopped material. Presently 80,000 bags. Variable
white color. Potential or intended use: asphalt, cement, concrete blocks,     amounts on a continuous basis, bales on pallets. Restriction: minimum
filler material, etc. Presently 5,000 tons. Continuous, 5 tons/day, bulk.     50 containers. Sample available. Mansfield, TX & Birmingham, AL
Sample, MSDS, lab and independent analysis available. Corpus Christi, TX      CONTACT: Dale Limbaugh, 888-399-2247
CONTACT: Lisa Dawson, 361/242-8680                                            E-mail: beastbag@flash.net
E-mail: lisa.dawson@fhr.com
                                                                              Gaylord Boxes                                                 RE:A11/1271
Celatom FW-60                                            RE:A11/1575          Have a large quantity of gaylord boxes on a continuous basis. Sample
Unused inventory. 100% flux calcined diatomaceous earth. Potential or         available. Granbury, TX
intended use: filter aid. 36,000 lbs in 1,000 lb sacks. 1,000 lb minimum.     CONTACT: Bob Parham/Lynn Dornack, 800-399-4655
Sample and MSDS available upon request. One-time only.                        E-mail:rwrlynn@aol.com
CONTACT: Robert McNeil 713/740-1943
                                                                              Govt. Surplus Hazardous
Cellulose Sponge                                         RE:A11/1102          Property Commodities                                          RE:A11/1201
Generated from sponge manufacturing and packaging. Potential or in-           Various types of government surplus hazardous property commodities for
tended use: recycling, absorbents, reuse or janitorial services. Presently    sale from military bases nationwide. Call 1-800-GOVT BUY or check our
90,000 lbs. Continuous, 120,000 lbs/month, bales. Sample and MSDS             Internet site at http://www.drms.dla.mil.
available. Pulaski, TN                                                        CONTACT: 800-GOVT-BUY
CONTACT: James Miller, 931/363-8284
E-mail: sales_rep@AppertainCorp.com                                           Graphite                                                      RE:A11/1062
                                                                              Turnkey machine shop manufacturing. Various sizes, shapes and grades.
Closed Top 1A1 Steel Drums W/Bungs                       RE:A11/1088          Potential or intended use: raw material. One-time only. Approx. 200 lbs,
Silicone polymer manufacture. Contains xylene and silicone residue. Metal     boxes or loose. Sample available. Round Rock, TX
drums previously used to store xylene or silicone/xylene dispersion, good     CONTACT: Lee Joslin, 512/255-8571
condition. Potential or intended use: hazardous waste storage and transport   E-mail: Lee_Joslin@waggonermanufacturing.com
- liquids. Presently 100-200 (55 gal) drums. Variable, 100-200 drums/
month. Irving, TX                                                             *Horse Manure and Shavings                                    RE:A11/1629
CONTACT: Greg Strickland, 972/252-6060                                        Horse manure and shavings from equine boarding stable. Present amount
                                                                              of 15 truck loads in compost pile. Available on a continuous basis in
Cold Patch (Road Patch Material)                         RE:A11/1366          quantities of one truck load per week. Fort Worth, TX
Generated from recycling process. 3.5 gallon buckets at $6.00 per bucket.     CONTACT: Doug or Susan Anderson, 817/377-8914
Potential or intended use: pot hole and crack filler. Presently, 49,500       E-mail: theshootist@sbcglobal.net
buckets. Continuous, 49,500 buckets/month, pallets. Framingham, MA
CONTACT: Gregory Conigliaro, 508/872-9668                                     Insulite                                                       RE:A11/757
E-mail: greg@conigliaro.com                                                   Generated by footwear manufacturer. Potential use: insulation or fuel
                                                                              blender. Presently 500 lbs. Continuous, 200 lbs/week, bulk, cu.yd. box.
Compact Disks (CDs)                                      RE:A11/1602          Sample available. Rock Island, IL
Material is generated from CD manufacturing process. Composition is           CONTACT: Jim Cravens, 309/786-7741, Ext. 3828
polycarbonate, aluminum, and acrylic. CDs are silk-screened, but compo-
sition of paint is unknown. Some CDs have information burned on them and      Ion Exchange Resin                                            RE:A11/1193
some are cracked or broken. They are in a solid form and are packaged in      Generated from water treatment process. High quality used cation, anion,
boxes on pallets. There are currently 70,200 units. Generation is variable,   and mixed bed resin. Potential or intended use: water and wastewater
approximately 1200 per month.                                                 treatment. Presently variable quantities available, drums. Sample and lab
CONTACT: John Johnson, 817/424-3126                                           analysis available. Rockford, IL
Email: john.johnson@expressmediaservices.com                                  CONTACT: John Barelli, 815/636-8833
                                                                              E-mail: barelli@inwave.com

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Materials Available
Isopropyl Alcohol, IPA                                    RE:A11/1494           Scrap Vitreous China                                      RE:A11/1113
Main constituent: 70% Isopropanol mixed with approximately 50% water.           Main constituent: 50% glass (silica), pH 7.0. Potential or intended use: road
Original use: sanitizing equipment. Potential or intended use: solvent,         base material, brick manufacturing. Presently 100 tons. Continuous, 5 tons/
deicing, and dehydrating. Presently: 1500 gallons. Continuous, 1500 gals/       day, bulk. Sample available. Hondo, TX
90 days, drums. upstate New York.                                               CONTACT: Mark Bluestone, 830/426-3371
CONTACT: Kay Tracey 607-753-6746                                                E-mail: mbluestone@lycos.com
E-mail: ktracey@mariettacorp.com
                                                                                Silicones (Mixture)                                       RE:A11/1209
Ladle Refining Furnace Dust                               RE:A11/1347           Excess "medical fluid." Flash point: min. 600O F. Volatile contents <.30.
Refining of steel in ladle furnace. Main constituent: 23% calcium oxide and     Potential or intended use: medical usage. Presently 1 drum. Variable, 110
10% ferric oxide. Contains 5% manganese oxide, 11% sulfur and 0.8% zinc.        gals/year, drums. Sample and MSDS available. Columbus, NE
pH 12.9. Density ~ 69 lb/sq. ft. Presently 15 tons. Continuous, 10 tons/week,   CONTACT: Dennis Pinkelman, 402/563-8231
bulk. Sample and lab analysis available. Beaumont, TX
CONTACT: Steve Roane, 409/769-1940                                              Slip Sheets                                               RE:A11/1446
E-mail: steve_roane@cargill.com                                                 Have all sizes of slip sheets available on a continuous basis.
                                                                                CONTACT: Bob Parham/Lynn Dornack, 800-399-4655
Mercury Thermometers                                      RE:A11/1562           E-mail: rwrlynn@aol.com
Mercury thermometers used in laboratory environment such as water baths
to confirm freezer temperatures. Approximately 200 thermometers avail-          Sludge, Calcium Salts                                       RE:A11/936
able. One-time only.                                                            Generated by semiconductor manufacturer. Main constituent 30-60% CaF2.
CONTACT: Louise Hanson, 972/518-7372                                            Contains 50-25% calcium phosphates, 30-50% water. NFPA hazard rat-
E-mail: Louise.Hanson@abbott.com                                                ings: 1/0/0. 3-10 cu.yds/month, drums. Sample and lab analysis available.
                                                                                Austin, TX
Plaster Molds                                             RE:A11/1114           CONTACT: Justin Edmondson, 512/268-5854
Main constituent: 90% calcium sulfate, pH 7.0 - 8.0. Potential or intended      E-mail: jwedmondson@ashland.com
use: fertilizer, wall board manufacturing. Presently 100 tons. Continuous,
5 tons/day, bulk. Sample available. Hondo, TX                                   Sodium Hydroxide                                           RE:A11/1242
CONTACT: Mark Bluestone, 830/426-3371                                           Generated from merox system (mercaptan oxidation). Main constituent:
E-mail: mbluestone@lycos.com                                                    3.3-5% NaOH in weight. Contains 53+ ppm mercaptans by wt., 997 mg/l
                                                                                chlorides, 316 mg/l arsenic, pH 13.5 - 13.9, Flash point: >180° F. 83-89%
Polyimide Material                                        RE:A11/1391           by water wt.; 8 mg/l TSS, flash point >180° F, combustion <175 Btu/lb.
Material coated with copper, tin-lead, nickel and gold. Presently 500 lbs.      Potential or intended use: neutralization. Presently 30-45K gallons. Con-
Variable amounts on a continuous basis. Houston, TX                             tinuous, 30-45K gals/month, bulk, possibly railcar. Sample, MSDS, exist-
CONTACT: Vinod R. Patel, 713/462-3163                                           ing lab analysis, and independent analysis available. Mont Belvieu, TX
E-mail: technology@pcbmfr.com                                                   CONTACT: Orval Lewis, 281/385-3215

PQ6042S - Hollow Glass Micro Bubbles                      RE:A11/1478           Styrofoam Packaging Bags                                  RE:A11/1297
New unused material, surplus. Under TSCA a mixture of sodium silicate           Potential or intended use: shipping bags. Presently: 400,000 bags. Sample
sodium borate. pH: slightly alkaline, Flash point: does not burn. Purchased     available. Cincinnati, OH
spring 2001 intrinsic density (0.5g/ML) (0.47 - 0.49). Potential or intended    CONTACT: Amy Filippi, 513/272-0311
use: as an inert filler to reduce density. One-time only. 4,900 lbs, bulk.      E-mail: amyf@ee.net
Sample available.
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING: CONTACT RENEW, 512/239-1917                               Syltherm (Silicone Heat Transfer Fluid)                   RE:A11/1539
                                                                                Flash point: 108°F/42°C. Potential or intended use: heat exchange fluid.
Reusable Appliances                                       RE:A11/1401           One-time only. 13,000 lbs., drums. Sample, lab analysis and MSDS
Have all makes, models, types, styles and colors. Potential or intended use:    available. Theodore, AL
to be refurbished for “reuse”. Presently 1000’s of appliances. Continuous,      CONTACT: Vic Brown, 251/443-2314
1000’s per day. Photo of appliances available upon request. Buffalo, NY
CONTACT: Darryl or Steve Tills, 716/847-9800                                    Tennis Shoes, Used                                        RE:A11/1546
E-mail: darryl@everythingappliance.com                                          Used tennis shoes in pairs (large boxes). Variable quantity per quarter.
                                                                                Sample available. Fort Hood, TX
Reverse Osmosis Membranes                                 RE:A11/1192           CONTACT: Rufus Walker/JayCee Turnquist, 254/287-2336
Generated from water treatment process. Used high performance 8" mem-
branes. Potential or intended use: water treatment. Variable amounts            Tires, Huge                                               RE:A11/1415
available, pallets. Sample available. Rockford, IL                              Tires are from replacement of loader tires. Potential or intended use:
CONTACT: John Barelli, 815/636-8833                                             playgrounds, deck bumpers, etc. One-time only. 50 tires, bulk. Beaumont, TX
E-mail: barelli@inwave.com                                                      CONTACT: Steve Roane, 409/769-1940
                                                                                E-mail: steve_roane@cargill.com
Rock Salt - 100% Coarse Granular                          RE:A11/1589
Material is solid, stored in unopened 50 lb. bags. Purchased approximately      Used Bulk Bags                                              RE:A11/991
March 1999. 30 bags available on a one-time basis. Potential use as water       Bags are ready for use, baled, and put on pallets. Bags hold one metric ton
softener.                                                                       of material. Continuous, 50 bags/pallet, truckload quantities. Restriction:
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING                                                            50 bags minimum. Sample available upon request. Tucker, GA
CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917 or 512/239-3171                                    CONTACT: James T. Gleeson, 770/939-4049

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                                                              Materials Available
Waste Glass Beads - Granular                             RE:A11/1176          Freon “TF”                                                RE:A14/1444
Generated from refinishing of metal plates. Whitish dust, some residual       Surplus chemicals. Potential or intended use: laboratory analysis proce-
metals, RCRA non-hazardous. Potential or intended use: filler. Presently      dures. One-time only. Used in separate containers. Dallas, TX
15,000 lbs. Continuous, 15,000 lbs/year, drums. Sample, MSDS, lab and         CONTACT: Bernard Gothelf, Ph.D, 214/351-2516
independent analysis. Temple, TX                                              E-mail: toxdoctor@hotmail.com
CONTACT: Todd Hyer, 254/207-6318
E-mail: hyert@wilsonart.com                                                   Laboratory Chemicals                                        RE:A14/892
                                                                              Majority laboratory chemicals purchased 1985, expired or excess chemi-
                                                                              cals identified as a result of move. List of chemicals provided upon request.
   WAX                                                                        One-time only. Killeen, TX
                                                                              CONTACT: Kenneth H. Condell, 254/526-1367
Low Grade Wax Paraffin                                   RE:A12/1598
125 drums available, one-time only. No minimum quantity restrictions.
                                                                              Laboratory Chemicals                                         RE:A14/479
                                                                              Miscellaneous laboratory chemicals in lab containers. Complete list of
Sample available upon request.
                                                                              chemicals upon request. One-time only. Columbus, NB
CONTACT: C J Jones, 936/536-6512
                                                                              CONTACT: Nicole Macken, 402/563-8378

                                                                              Potassium Cyanide Crystals,
   RUBBER                                                                     Technical Grade                                           RE:A14/1582
                                                                              Potassium cyanide crystals, technical grade. 96-100% KCN. 80 g available.
                                                                              One-time only. MSDS available upon request. McKinney, TX
Compound Natural Rubber                                   RE:A13/760          CONTACT: Tracy Robertson, 972/985-5859
Generated by boot manufacturer. Flash point 200-350 F. Potential use: fuel    E-mail: trobert@gustafson.com
additive or blender. Presently 10 tons. Continuous, 4,000 lbs/week, bulk,
cu.yd. box. Sample available. Rock Island, IL                                 Pyridine, Mallinchrodt A.R.                               RE:A14/1368
CONTACT: Jim Cravens, 309/786-7741, Ext. 3828                                 Surplus chemicals. Potential or intended use: laboratory analysis proce-
                                                                              dures. One-time only. 18 four-liter glass containers. Dallas, TX
NBR and HNBR Rubber                                      RE:A13/1367          CONTACT: Dr. Bernard Gothelf, 214/351-2516
Generated from injection molding. Presently 4,000 lbs. Continuous 500 lbs/    E-mail: toxdoctor@hotmail.com
month, boxes. Sample available upon request. Houston, TX
CONTACT: Mike Hooper, 281/227-1250                                            Triacetin                                                 RE:A14/1445
                                                                              Triacetin from Kodak. Surplus chemicals, new, unused. Potential or in-
Polyurethane Foam                                        RE:A13/1103          tended use: laboratory analysis procedures. One-time only. 1 bottle of 3L.
Generated from fabricators - automotive seating. AKA - prime, molded          Dallas, TX
foam, flexible foam. Potential or intended use: recycling. Presently 35,000   CONTACT: Bernard Gothelf, Ph.D, 214/351-2516
lbs. Continuous, 35,000 lbs/month, bales. Sample available. Pulaski, TN       E-mail: toxodctor@hotmail.com
CONTACT: James Miller, 931/363-8284
E-mail: sales_rep@AppertainCorp.com                                           Unused Typtic Agar Solution
                                                                              with Potassium Cyanide                                    RE:A14/1581
Rubber - HDPE                                            RE:A13/1610          0.1 M solution KCN in 3L water with 120 g typtic soy agar. Potential use:
75% HDPE and LDPE, 25% rubber. Generated from the plastics extrusion          Growth media for microorganisms. 3L available. One-time only. MSDS for
process. Potential or intended use: Plastics reclamation (needs to be         KCN available upon request. McKinney, TX
pelletized). Variable amounts available on a continuing basis. Sample         CONTACT: Tracy Robertson, 972/985-5859
available to interested parties. Houston, TX.                                 E-mail: trobert@gustafson.com
CONTACT: Lynn Stoops, 281/459-2491

Tires, Huge                                              RE:A13/1412
Tires are from replacement of loader tires. Potential or intended use:           ELECTRONICS (Circuit Boards,
playgrounds, deck bumpers, etc. One-time only. 50 tires, bulk. Beaumont, TX
CONTACT: Steve Roane, 409/769-1940                                               Computers, Equipment)
E-mail: steve_roane@cargill.com
                                                                              Printed Circuit Boards                                    RE:A15/1390
                                                                              Boards are recyclable material. Also have computers and components.
   LABORATORY CHEMICALS                                                       Variable quantity available on a continuous basis. Houston, TX
                                                                              CONTACT: Vinod R. Patel, 713/462-3163
                                                                              E-mail: technology@pcbmfr.com
BOE Etch 13.2, Allied Chemical                           RE:A14/1369
New material for semiconductor. Main constituent: NH4F and HF. Semi-
conductor low mobile, low grade. Filtered through 0.2 micron filter, etch
rate 860135 Angstroms @ 21°C. Potential or intended use: semiconductor           PAPER
etch solution. One-time only. 17 four-liter containers. Dallas, TX
CONTACT: Dr. Bernard Gothelf, 214/351-2516
E-mail: toxdoctor@hotmail.com                                                 None this issue.


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Materials Available
     GLASS                                                                          PAINTS AND COATINGS
Glass                                                      RE:A17/1080           Shop Coat Primer                                            RE:A18/1244
Color-mixed, broken glass cullet. Generated from the sorting of com-             Generated from paint manufacturer. Main constituent: 50% xylol. Contains
mingled materials picked up from City of Austin’s curbside recycling             <6% Pb. Surplus resins, pigments, and solvent used to clean batch tanks
program. Contaminants: Approx. 10% includes paper and caps. Potential or         (xylol). Potential or intended use: metal primer. Presently 1,000 gallons.
intended use: construction aggregrate such as gravel base, shoulder ballast,     Variable, 1,000 gals/month, drums or 5-gal. pails. Sample and MSDS
gravel backfill for pipe bedding, drains, walls and bedding material for pipe,   available. Austin and Lubbock, TX
etc. Presently 126 tons. Continuously, 126 tons/monthly. Sample available.       CONTACT: Kathleen Tims, 800-880-8242
Austin, TX                                                                       E-mail: kathleen@tci-coatings.com
CONTACT: Amy Parten, 512/974-4302
                                                                                 Water-Based Paints                                          RE:A18/1502
Glass                                                        RE:A17/937          Latex paints left over from industrial facilities. pH:6-10, Flash point:
Generated from separation of fluorescent and HID lamps. Potential or             >200°F. Potential or intended use: recycled paint or cement additive.
intended use: fiberglass, fiberoptic cable, concrete and asphalt aggregate,      Presently, 5000 gallons. Continuous, 5000 gals/month. Sample and MSDS
roofing shingles, sandblasting and glass beading, backfill, industrial non-      available. California and Minnesota
slip flooring. Continuous, 4 - 20 tons/month, bulk. Sample available. Fort       CONTACT: Doug Sweet 800/566-2396
Worth, TX                                                                        E-mail: doug@amazon.mpowermail.com
CONTACT: Brian Anderson/Thomas Slattery, 817/924-9300
E-mail:elrinc@flash.net

Oil Cullet                                                 RE:A17/1611              CONSTRUCTION
Multi-colored oily glass generated from glass production. 400 tons cur-
rently available, with 100 tons per month available on a continuous basis.          AND DEMOLITION
Shreveport, LA.
CONTACT: Lacey A. Blalock, 318/621-0298                                          Brick, Metal Roofing                                        RE:A19/1334
Email: blalola@libbey.com                                                        Material salvaged from exterior structures. Have a continuous amount of
                                                                                 material. Austin, TX
                                                                                 CONTACT: John Lopez, 512/209-4993

                                                                                 Insulation                                                  RE:A19/1365
                                                                                 Generated from recycling process. Sheets of 4’ x 2’ and 4’ x 8’ with
                                                                                 thickness 1 inch to 6 inches. Potential or intended use: insulation. Presently,
                                                                                 20 truckloads. Continuous, 20 truckloads/month. Framingham, MA
                                                                                 CONTACT: Gregory Conigliaro 508/872-9668
                                                                                 E-mail: greg@conigliaro.com

                                                                                 22,000 Used Chicago Common Bricks                           RE:A19/1552
                                                                                 Used common bricks, clean, 480 bricks to a shrink-wrapped pallet. F.O.B
                                                                                 Chicago, $300/m bricks. Potential or intended use: buildings, driveways
                                                                                 and fences. One-time only.
                                                                                 CONTACT: S. Rogers, 312/791-0500
                                                                                 E-mail: smc3121@hotmail.com




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                                                                                  Chlorofluorocarbons                                        RE:W03/449
                                                                                  Refrigeration, foam blowing, degreasing, etc. Potential use: reclamation.
                                                                                  TX, LA, AR, OK
   ACIDS                                                                          CONTACT: Bill Green Jr., 214/349-4772

                                                                                  Ferric Chloride                                          RE:W03/1485
Phosphoric Acid and Sulfuric Acid                          RE:W01/1112            Wanting truckload quantities of ferric chloride to potentially use in MFG of
Wanted from electro plating or semi-conductor manufacturing. Potential or         water treatment chemicals. Will accept from continental US states.
intended use: fertilizer. Want ton quantities, bulk. Restriction: 1,000 gallons   CONTACT: Brian Wodetzki, 909/429-4001, Ext. 16
minimum. TX, LA, OK                                                               E-mail: bewkiron@gte.net
CONTACT: Drew Cantwell, 713/973-0099
                                                                                  Ferric Sulfate                                           RE:W03/1487
Plating/Dragout Solutions                                  RE:W01/1504            Wanting truckload quantities of ferric sulfate to potentially use in MFG of
Want solutions with gold/silver/platinum and palladium from electroplat-          water treatment chemicals. Will accept from all continental US states.
ing and etching process. Potential or intended use: precious metal reclama-       CONTACT: Brian Wodetzki, 909/429-4001, Ext. 16
tion. No restrictions. Will accept on a continuous basis nationwide includ-       E-mail: bewkiron@gte.net
ing Canada & Mexico. Refinery locations: Cranston RI & Phoenix AZ
CONTACT: Adrian J. Hamm 714/281-6201                                              Ferrous Chloride                                         RE:W03/1486
E-mail: ajgannonscott@aol.com                                                     Wanting truckload quantities of ferrous chloride to potentially use in MFG
                                                                                  of water treatment chemicals. Will accept from continental US states.
Spent Hydrochloric Acid                                    RE:W01/1492            CONTACT: Brian Wodetzki, 909/429-4001, Ext. 16
Wanting truckload quantities of spent hydrochloric acid to potentially use        E-mail: bewkiron@gte.net
in MFG of water treatment chemicals.
CONTACT: Brian Wodetzki, 909/429-4001, Ext. 16                                    Ferrous Sulfate                                          RE:W03/1488
E-mail: bewkiron@gte.net                                                          Wanting truckload quantities of ferrous sulfate to potentially use in MFG
                                                                                  of water treatment chemicals. Will accept from all continental US states.
Spent Sulfuric Acid                                        RE:W01/1491            CONTACT: Brian Wodetzki, 909/429-4001, Ext. 16
Wanting truckload quantities of spent sulfuric acid to potentially use in         E-mail: bewkiron@gte.net
MFG of water treatment chemicals.
CONTACT: Brian Wodetzki, 909/429-4001, Ext. 16                                    Halon 1301 and Halon 1211                                RE:W03/1037
E-mail: bewkiron@gte.net                                                          Want to purchase Halon 1301, Halon 1211 and R-12 to reclaim it for critical
                                                                                  users. Will accept any amount on a continuous basis, cylinders. Worldwide
Sulfuric Acid                                                RE:W01/195           CONTACT: Terri Lodge-AuFrance, 800-372-1301
Acid wanted. TX
CONTACT: Ron L. Horne, 909/429-4001                                               Halon 1301 and Halon 1211                                  RE:W03/905
E-mail: RLHorne@pencco.com                                                        Wanting to recycle and resale. Any amount on a continuous basis. Any-
                                                                                  where in North America.
                                                                                  CONTACT: Frances Richardson, 416/236-2371

   ALKALI                                                                         R-11, R-12, R-22, R-134, R-500, R-502                    RE:W03/1553
                                                                                  Call for a competitive bid on reclamation and separation. Accepting
Cyanide Solution                                                                  material from continental United States.
w/Au&AG/Iodine Solution w/Au                               RE:W02/1505            CONTACT: Marianne Casamassima, 941/637-6300
Would like from electroplating and etching processes. Potential or intended
use: precious metal reclamation. Will accept on a continuous basis. Nation-       Spent Catalyst, Battery Scrap,
wide including Canada and Mexico. Refinery locations: Cranston RI &               Magnets, Scrap Metal                                     RE:W03/1549
Phoenix AZ                                                                        Wanting from chemical manufacturing, and oil refining. Potential or
CONTACT: Adrian J. Hamm 714/281-6201                                              intended use: close loop recycling. Wanting any amount on a continuous
E-mail: ajgannonscott@aol.com                                                     basis. Worldwide
                                                                                  CONTACT: Jeff Tange, P.E., 281/381-0770
Feldspar                                                     RE:W02/941           E-mail: jeff.tange@lemetrix.net
Wanting particle size <200 mesh for tile body flux. Any amount, bulk. US
CONTACT: Bob Butler, 512/281-3358                                                 Surplus, Distressed, Offspec Chemicals                   RE:W03/1469
                                                                                  Wanting all types and any quantity on a continuous basis. Canada, U.S. and
Sodium Hydroxide                                           RE:W02/1296            Mexico
Wanting from any process generating sodium hydroxide. Will accept any             CONTACT: Andy Toth, 905/319-6267
amount, solution, bulk. US                                                        E-mail: atoth16@home.com
CONTACT: Mark Speets, 713/838-9300
E-mail: speets@sbcglobal.net

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Materials Wanted
Surplus Surfactants/Fatty Chemicals                       RE:W03/1468           Mineral Spirits                                                RE:W04/171
(anionic, nonionic, cationic) Wanting from detergents/cleaning industry for     Will accept 5% contamination. Wanting truckload quantities. US
cleaning, detergency and foamers. Main constituent: fatty chemicals. Will       CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
accept any quantity on a continuous basis. Packaged in bulk, drums, pallets,    E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
totes or bags. U.S., Canada and Mexico
CONTACT: Andy Toth, 905/319-6267                                                Mixed Hydrocarbons                                           RE:W04/1541
E-mail: atoth@home.com                                                          Want hydrocarbons with pH: 5 to 8, less than 1% solids, color unimpor-
                                                                                tant. Potential or intended use: reuse. Wanting on a continuous basis.
Unused Chemicals                                          RE:W03/1275           Continental USA
Wanting, free of charge, unused chemicals and related materials of all kinds.   CONTACT: Robert Polgar, 732/780-9830
Out-of-date chemicals are accepted. Prefer chemicals/materials that have a      E-mail: ecachem@aol.com
weight from 1,000 to 10 million lbs, but will consider inventories of any
weight. E-mail or call with description (chemical name, manufacturer and        N-Methyl Pyrrolidone                                         RE:W04/1159
quantity). US & Canada                                                          Wanting on a continuous basis from cleaning or stripping process to recycle. US
CONTACT: Daniel Gigante, 610/432-2162                                           CONTACT: Brad Marks, 936/327-9167
E-mail:dgig766820@aol.com                                                       E-mail: bradm@hypercon.com

                                                                                Naphtha                                                        RE:W04/184
     SOLVENTS                                                                   Will accept 2% H2O and 1% solids. Needing truckload or railroad car
                                                                                quantities. US
                                                                                CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
Acetone and Other Ketones
                                                                                E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
(MEK & MIBK)                                                RE:W04/186
Will accept 5% H2O and 1% solids. Needing truckload or railroad car
quantities. US & Canada
                                                                                Oils, Emulsions, Fuels, Petrochemicals                       RE:W04/1495
                                                                                Wanting non-corrosive, low solids 5000+ BTU. Potential or intended use:
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
                                                                                utility oil cutter or fuel cutter. Will accept worldwide by truck, rail or barge.
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
                                                                                CONTACT: Brandon Velek 281-474-4210
                                                                                E-mail: bvelek@intergulfcorp.com
Dichlorodifluoromethane (R-12)                            RE:W04/1360
Will pay top dollar for refrigerant gases and provide on-site recovery
services and will certify the equipment has been properly demobilized
                                                                                Recovered Methanol or Ethanol                                RE:W04/1345
                                                                                Potential or intended use: waste water treatment. Want the minimum of
according to EPA regulations.
                                                                                1 million gallons on a continuous basis. US
CONTACT: Rudy Garcia or Gary Stofan, 888/873-6832
                                                                                CONTACT: Brian Tattersall, 973/790-4546
E-mail: rudy@remtec.net
                                                                                E-mail: getnetenv@aol.com
Freon Products                                              RE:W04/985
Will purchase or can reclaim most freon based products. Contaminated or
                                                                                Refrigerant Gases, Used or Mixed                             RE:W04/1358
                                                                                Want CFC’s, HCFC’s and HFC’s. Will pay top dollar for used refrigerant
virgin considered, bulk or drums. US
                                                                                gases and will provide on-site recovery services and will certify the
CONTACT: David Andrew, 972/576-2200
                                                                                equipment has been properly demobilized according to EPA regulations.
E-mail: dandrew@perfectcycle.com
                                                                                CONTACT: Rudy Garcia or Gary Stofan, 888/873-6832
                                                                                E-mail: rudy@remtec.net
Freon R-12, R11, R113, R114,
R13, R502 and others                                      RE:W04/1359
Will pay top dollar for used refrigerant gases and provide on-site recovery
                                                                                Solvent                                                       RE:W04/165
                                                                                Solvent wanted. Any location. Typical mininum quantity of at least 300,000
services and will certify the equipment has been properly demobilized
                                                                                lbs. Recycling and process capability with distillation, wiped film evapora-
according to EPA regulations.
                                                                                tion, reaction, custom processing. RCRA Part B and BATF permits. US
CONTACT: Rudy Garcia or Gary Stofan, 888-873-6832
                                                                                CONTACT: Gary Blankenship, 281/930-2534
E-mail: rudy@remtec.net

Freon R-113, R-11, R-12                                     RE:W04/860          Solvents                                                     RE:W04/1439
                                                                                Wanting all kinds of solvents. Some of the products include: glycol ether
Specialist in freon products willing to pay the highest prices for freon or
                                                                                EB, isopropyl alcohol, MEK, acetone, xylene, toluene, MIBK, and heptane
equivalents. R-113, R-11, R-12 virgin or dirty, bulk or drums. US
                                                                                and many others. Will accept any amount. US
CONTACT: Ted Stepanoff, 610/689-8500
                                                                                CONTACT: Mark Speets, 713/838-9300
                                                                                E-mail: speets@sbcglobal.net
Methanol                                                    RE:W04/085
Wanting minimum truckload or railcar, 2% off spec. TX
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
                                                                                Solvents                                                     RE:W04/1182
                                                                                Wanting on a continuous basis. Aliphatic, aromatic, and olefins. Can use
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
                                                                                off-spec. Packaging: bulk or drums. US
                                                                                CONTACT: Elton Dornbusch, 281/890-4553
Mineral Oil                                                 RE:W04/172
                                                                                E-mail: elton@expochem.com
Will accept 5% contamination. No PCB’s, truckload quantities. US
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com


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                                                                       Materials Wanted
Solvents                                                   RE:W04/358          Amine                                                         RE:W05/175
Wanted for recycling. Looking for by-product, surplus, off-spec. and waste     Can use triethanol, diethanol, tertiary, primary, secondary, glycol amines,
streams. Will accept ongoing or spot in bulk or drum quantities. Toll          amine C1, C3, C4, etc. Truckload quantities only. US & Canada
processing also available. Sample or lab analysis requested. US & Mexico       CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
CONTACT: Brian Dornbusch, 713/890-5051                                         E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com

Solvents                                                   RE:W04/987          Amines                                                      RE:W05/1181
Wanting to buy all types of solvents. All geographic regions                   Monotheanolamine (MEA), Diethanolamine (DEA), Triethanolamine
CONTACT: Robert Lo Dato, 973/589-7774                                          (TEA), and Aminoethylpiperazine (AEP). Wanting on a continuous basis.
                                                                               Can use off-spec. Packaging: bulk or drums. US
Solvents (Acetone, Isopropanol, etc)                     RE:W04/1350           CONTACT: Elton Dornbusch, 281/890-4553
Wanting IPA, Acetone, MEK, MiBK, Toluene, Xylene from industrial               E-mail: elton@expochem.com
processes to recycle or reuse. Will accept any amount on a continuous basis.
US, Mexico and Canada                                                          Butyl Alcohol                                                 RE:W05/177
CONTACT: Bruce Yanta or Terry Taylor, 713/874-1008                             Will accept 1% solids. Reprocessed or off spec material. Truckload quan-
E-mail: acmechem@swbell.net                                                    tities only. US
                                                                               CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
Spent Solvent                                             RE:W04/222           E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
Used for recycling. pH 2-12, bulk, drums. Nationwide
CONTACT: John Knott, 972/627-3224                                              Chlorodifluoromethane (R-22)
                                                                               Also R-500 and R-502                                          RE:W05/453
l, l, l Trichloroethane, Freon R-113, Methylene                                Wanted for reclamation. Will accept in tanks or approved containers. Lab
Chloride, Trichloroethylene, Perk            RE:W04/371                        analysis requested. TX, LA, AR, OK,
Also other solvents which may have high yields for reclamation. High Btu       CONTACT: Bill Green Jr., 214/349-4772
fuels, solids & liquids. TX
CONTACT: Brad Marks, 800-727-6461                                              Dichlorodifluoromethane (R-12)                              RE:W05/1357
E-mail: bradm@hypercon.com                                                     Will pay top dollar for refrigerant gases and provide on-site recovery
                                                                               services and will certify the equipment has been properly demobilized
Trichlorofluoromethane (R-11)                              RE:W04/450          according to EPA regulations.
Wanted for reclamation. Will accept in bulk, drums or tanks. Lab analysis      CONTACT: Rudy Garcia or Gary Stofan, 888-873-6832
requested. TX, LA, AR, OK                                                      E-mail: rudy@remtec.net
CONTACT: Bill Green Jr., 214/349-4772
                                                                               Dichlorodifluoromethane (R-12)                                RE:W05/452
Trichlorotrifluoroethane (R-113)                           RE:W04/451          Wanted for reclamation. Will accept in tanks or approved containers. Lab
Wanted for reclamation. Will accept in bulk, drums or tanks. Lab analysis      analysis requested. TX, LA, AR, OK
requested. TX, LA, AR, OK                                                      CONTACT: Bill Green Jr., 214/349-4772
CONTACT: Bill Green Jr., 214/349-4772
                                                                               Ethoxylated Alcohol                                           RE:W05/182
Xylene                                                     RE:W04/173          May contain 5% H2O and 1% solids. 1-16 chain, 1-6 MOL ethoxylated
Will accept 1% solids. Needing truckload quantities. US                        biproduct. Need railroad car or truckload quantities. US & Canada
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404                                            CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-1288
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com                                                   E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com

                                                                               Ethylene Glycol                                               RE:W05/083
                                                                               Minimum truckload or railcar. US & Canada
   OTHER                                                                       CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
                                                                               E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
   ORGANIC CHEMICALS
                                                                               Fluoboric Acid                                              RE:W05/1413
Alcohols                                                   RE:W05/174          Wanting tin/lead plating solution generated from PC board plating opera-
Will accept 1% total solids. Can use ethoxylated alcohols, epal, dodecyle,     tions containing 0.5% CU. pH ~5 or 6. Potential or intended use: continue
straight and heavy-long chain. 12-14 MOL and 14-16 MOL, drums, bulk.           to use in a plating operation not so restrictive. Will accept all available acid
Need truckload quantities. US                                                  on a continuous basis. TX and adjacent states.
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404                                            CONTACT: Leon Ladyman, 972/287-8000
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com                                                   E-mail: lee6337@flash.net

Alcohols                                                 RE:W05/1183           Freon/Refrigerants                                            RE:W05/683
Wanting on a continuous basis. Methanol, Isopropanol (IPA). Butanols, and      Will pay for any amount of virgin or dirty R-11, R-12, R-22, R-500, R-502,
oxo-higher. Can use off-spec. Packaging: bulk or drums. US                     R-113 and R-114 on a continuous basis. US
CONTACT: Elton Dornbusch, 281/890-4553                                         CONTACT: M.D. Lukas, 562/698-0991
E-mail: elton@expochem.com



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Materials Wanted
Freon, Refrigerants, Genesolve                                 RE:W05/986           Phenols (Bulk)                                          RE: W05/1601
R-12, 22, 500, 502, 11, 113, 114, 123, 134a. Will purchase or reclaim your          Wanted in bulk or in drums. Minimum quantity: One truckload.
freon to ARI standards. No minimums, contaminated or virgin, bulk or                CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
drums. US                                                                           E-mail: dfarley@houston.rr.com
CONTACT: David Andrew, 972/576-2200
E-mail: dandrew@perfectcycle.com                                                    Refrigerant Gases, Used or Mixed                         RE:W05/1355
                                                                                    Want CFC’s, HCFC’s & HFC’s. Will pay top dollar for used refrigerant
Freon R-12, R-11, R-13, R-113, R-114,                                               gasses and will provide on-site recovery services and will certify the
R-13, R-502 and other freons                                 RE:W05/1356            equipment has been properly demobilized according to EPA regulations.
Will pay top dollar for used refrigerant gases. Will also provide on-site           CONTACT: Rudy Garcia or Gary Stofan, 888-873-6832
recovery services and will certify the equipment has been properly demo-            E-mail: rudy@remtec.net
bilized according to EPA regulations.
CONTACT: Rudy Garcia or Gary Stofan, 888-873-6832                                   *Refrigerants - Misc. CFC & HCFC                         RE:W05/1626
E-mail: rudy@remtec.net                                                             We pay top dollar for all refrigerants. We purchase, sell, recycle, and
                                                                                    reclaim refrigerants to ARI 700 standards. Web site www.refrigerant-
Glycols (DEG, TEG, EG, PG)                                   RE:W05/1005            supply.com Unlimited quantities available on a national basis.
Want 35% or better glycol content with pH 3 - 11, and flashpoint >140o F.           CONTACT: Dana Studebaker, 937/435-8600
Material to be distilled for reuse. Will accept any amount on a continuous
basis, bulk, or drums. US                                                           Resins                                                     RE:W05/988
CONTACT: Dave Osbourne, 812/464-4446, Ext. 224                                      Wanting to buy all types of resins. All geographic regions.
E-mail: dlogolfer@aol.com                                                           CONTACT: Robert Lo Dato, 973/589-7774

Halon 1211 & 1301                                              RE:W05/669
Wanting small to large quantities. Will pick up or pay freight. US & Canada
CONTACT: Jim Moore, 206/763-4177                                                       OIL
Isopropyl Alcohol                                            RE:W05/1574            #4 On-Spec Burner Fuel                                  RE: W06/1595
Want 1000 gallons isopropyl alcohol/month for cleaning and mixing paint.            Potential or intended use: industrial asphalt plants, boilers, generators,
CONTACT: Errol Cha, 214/353-1660                                                    power plants permitted. TX, NM, OK, AR, LA
E-mail: echa@jones-blair.com                                                        CONTACT: Terry Taliaferro, 817/523-4938
                                                                                    E-mail: ttaliaferro@procycle-om.com
Miscellaneous Organic Chemicals                              RE:W05/1352
Wanting glycols, MDI, TDI, Amine, Isopars, etc. to recycle or reuse. Will           Brite Stock or Lube Oil                                    RE:W06/087
accept 6,000 gallons/day on a continuous basis. US, Canada & Mexico                 Minimum truckload or railcar including line clippings. US and Canada
CONTACT: Bruce Yanta or Terry Taylor, 713/874-1008                                  CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
E-mail: acmechem@swbell.net                                                         E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com

Nonylphenol                                                    RE:W05/084           Crude Oil and Tank Bottoms                                 RE:W06/025
Plus or minus ethoxylated materials. Minimum truckload or railcar. From             Wanting unrefined crude oil and tank bottoms. Will reclaim or extract crude
1 MOL to 30 MOL. US & Canada                                                        oil from basic sediment and water. West Texas
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404                                                 CONTACT: Bill Kimmel, 915/573-6385
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
                                                                                    Crude Oil Bottoms and
Oils, Emulsions, Fuels, Petrochemicals                       RE:W05/1497            Hydrocarbon Bottoms                                        RE:W06/090
Wanting non-corrosive, low solids 5000+ BTU. Potential or intended use:             Needing minimum truckload or railcar. US & Canada
utility oil cutter or fuel cutter. Will accept worldwide by truck, rail or barge.   CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
CONTACT: Brandon Velek 281-474-4210                                                 E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
E-mail: bvelek@intergulfcorp.com
                                                                                    Heat Transfer Fluid                                        RE:W06/203
Organic Chemicals                                              RE:W05/167           Needing drums or truckload quantities. US
Organic chemicals wanted. Any location. Minimum quantity of at least                CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
300,000 lbs. Recycling and process capability with distillation, wiped film         E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
evaporation, reaction, custom processing. RCRA Part B and BATF permits.
US                                                                                  Heat Transfer Fluids                                     RE:W06/1007
CONTACT: Gary Blankenship, 281/930-2534                                             Wanting any amount of material on a continuous basis to re-refined for
                                                                                    reuse, bulk, drums. US & Canada
Other Organic Chemicals                                        RE:W05/339           CONTACT: Dave Osbourne, 812/464-4446, Ext. 224
Wanting any quantity of surplus organic chemicals. Potential use: resale.           E-mail: dlogolfer@aol.com
Bulk, drums, continuous. US
CONTACT: Elton Dornbusch, 281/890-4553                                              Hydrocarbons, Used Oil & Waxes                           RE:W06/1351
E-mail: elton@expochem.com                                                          Wanting used oils, heavy fuels, PE waxes, glycols, hexane, olefins and
                                                                                    paraffins to recycle or reuse. Will accept any amount on a continuous basis.
                                                                                    US, Canada & Mexico
                                                                                    CONTACT: Bruce Yanta or Terry Taylor, 713/874-1008
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                                                                           Materials Wanted
Hydrocarbons and Organic Waste                                 RE:W06/602           Used Oil Streams                                           RE:W06/1023
May contain 50% water, 20% solids and 30% oil. Wanted to recycle/reuse.             Non-hazardous from commercial or industrial sources. Want any quantity
Will accept any amount in bulk or drums on a continuous basis. Nationwide           on a continuous basis, bulk or drums. AL, AR, CO, KS, LA, NM, OK, TX
CONTACT: Steve Corbin, 281/339-1352, Ext. 105                                       CONTACT: Todd Smith, 817/523-4938
E-mail: service@duratherm-intl.com
                                                                                    Used Oil and Wastewater Streams,
Lube Oil on Spec                                               RE:W06/684           Used Oil Filters                                             RE:W06/588
Wanting 95% lube oil. Should contain 4% H2O, 1% solids and Flash point              Want used oil streams generated from Class I&II non-hazardous oil fluids/
140°F minimum. Potential or intended use: cutter stock—fuels or lube—               sludges. pH 6-9 and flash point >140°F. Potential use: recovery of hydro-
reprocessed. Would like a minimum truckload on a continuous basis.                  carbons, bulk packaged. TX, AR, LA, OK, NM
Sample and independent analysis requested. US                                       CONTACT: David Burkhardt, 800-355-2383, Ext. 1226
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com                                                        Used Petroleum Hydrocarbons                                RE:W06/1500
                                                                                    Want used petroleum hydrocarbons on a continuous basis. Lube oil, crude
Mixed Oils                                                   RE:W06/1316            oil, naphtha, condensate and transmix. Texas
Seeking mixed petroleum hydrocarbons. Needs include oils, solvents,                 CONTACT: Troy Lane, 800-364-5788
crude oil, condensate, transmix, naphthanics, aromatics, olefinics, by-
products, and co-products. Gulf Coast Region
CONTACT: Wayne Heftye, 713/532-9850
E-mail: Alascoprod@aol.com                                                             PLASTIC
Mixed Oils                                                     RE:W06/908           ABS                                                        RE:W07/1240
Seeking mixed petroleum hydrocarbons for refinery (SIC Code 2911). Can              Wanting ABS from grinding process. Dark color regrind, 3/8 particle size.
contain any mix of parafinics, ISO parafinics, olefinics, napthanics, aromatics,    Potential or intended use: injection molding. Would like to purchase on a
including gasoline, diesel, crude oil products and co-products. Houston, TX         continuous basis, 6,000,000 lbs/year, pallets, boxes. US, Mexico & Canada
CONTACT: Jack Kessel/Sonny Pettijohn, 281/393-1161                                  CONTACT: David Collom/Rosa Dickey, 931/796-4011

Oil                                                            RE:W06/076           ABS, AS & Acrylic Scraps                                   RE:W07/1303
Oil wanted, 100 gallons minimum. Northwest Texas, Dumas to Seminole                 Wanting post industrial or post consumer scraps. Suppliers advise details
CONTACT: Larry Meers, 800-873-3645, Ext. 11                                         and price expected. Potential or intended use: recycling. Presently, 300 MT.
                                                                                    Continuous, 300 MT/month, bales or sacks. Restriction: 18 MT minimum.
Oils, Emulsions, Fuels, Petrochemicals                       RE:W06/1498            Worldwide @ Seller’s Dock
Wanting non-corrosive, low solids 5000+ BTU. Potential or intended use:             CONTACT: Raymond Tse, 604/899-3239
utility oil cutter or fuel cutter. Will accept worldwide by truck, rail or barge.   E-mail: cansource.ind@home.com
CONTACT: Brandon Velek 281-474-4210
E-mail: bvelek@intergulfcorp.com                                                    ABS, PS, PP, PE, Acrylic, PBT                               RE:W07/975
                                                                                    Wanting at 35,000 lbs minimum on a continuous basis. Intended use:
Oil Additives                                                  RE:W06/199           recycling, can accept various packaging. Nationwide
Needing truckload quantity, will accept barrels, drums and tankwagon. US            CONTACT: Grace Huang, 510/264-0600
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com                                                        Depackaging Plastic Containers                             RE:W07/1542
                                                                                    Wanting on a continuous basis, depackaging plastic containers containing
*Spent Oil Catalyst and Oil/Fly Ash                          RE:W06/1620            non-hazardous liquids, oil, soft drinks, soaps, solvents. Quarts, gallons, 2.5
Generated from oil refinery cracking and from bunker fuel. Powder form,             gallons, 5 gallon, drums-plastic or metal, but not limited to the above
good quality wanted. Intended use: Recovery and extraction of metals, e.g.          mentioned. USA
vanadium, nickel, molybednum. Continental US                                        CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
CONTACT: Jose Davila, 510/429-0174                                                  E-mail: dfarley@houston.rr.com
E-mail: jdavila@gdetrading.com
                                                                                    HDPE #2                                                     RE:W07/867
Tall Oil                                                       RE:W06/180           Wanting on a continuous basis, flake, regrind, pellet, off spec, post con-
Wanted, tall oils, fatty acids, by-products and co-products. Tall oil – lites,      sumer, or post industrial HDPE #2 for manufacturing. Nationwide
tall oil – foots, bulk or drum. US, Canada, Mexico                                  CONTACT: Eli Casey, 940/759-4181
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404                                                 E-mail: rumber@cooke.net
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com
                                                                                    HDPE, LDPE, PET (Bulk)                                    RE: W07/1600
Used Oil Filters                                             RE:W06/1029            Wanted in bulk. Minimum quantity: one truckload.
Wanting non-hazardous from commercial or industrial sources. Filters may            CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
be oil, fuel, or transmission types (spin-on, railroad, sock, charcoal, clay).      E-mail: dfarley@houston.rr.com
Any quantity on a continuous basis. Packaged in .95-gallon overpack drums
& 25 cu.yd. roll-off bins. AL, AR, CO, KS, LA, NM, OK, TX                           HDPE, LDPE, Polypropylene                                  RE:W07/1089
CONTACT: Todd Smith, 817/523-4938                                                   Wanting any amount on a continuous basis for injection molding. US,
                                                                                    Canada & Mexico
                                                                                    CONTACT: Susan Groves, 281/558-7740

*New Listing                                                                                                                                                  37
Materials Wanted
HDPE, PET, LDPE                                              RE:W07/944           Plastics                                                   RE:W07/1304
Wanting any amount on a continuous basis. TX                                      Wanting all types of plastics. US
CONTACT: John Toth, 800-841-8535                                                  CONTACT: Larry Null, 903/725-7788
E-mail: John@Southwest-recycling.com                                              E-mail: LarryN@ETEX.net

HMWHDPE                                                    RE:W07/1307            Plastic Scrap                                              RE:W07/1569
Wanting from drums, barrels or gas tanks regrind. Unlimited amounts.              Purchase truckload quantities (40,000+lbs) of scrap plastic in baled or
North America                                                                     regrind (in gaylord boxes) forms. All plastics are of interest to us. We can
CONTACT: David Patterson, 954/603-0460                                            provide drop trailers or storage trailers for material accumulation if needed.
E-mail: suntexplastics@aol.com                                                    Please send samples of any plastic scrap your business may produce. Please
                                                                                  call with questions regarding your plastic recycling needs.
LDPE Film Scraps                                           RE:W07/1301            CONTACT: Steven Patterson, 614/873-2206
Wanting scraps that are clean in color generated from green house or              E-mail: stevenpatterson6@cs.com
nursery. Will accept containing 1% moisture and 0.1 dirt. Free from
toxicity. Suppliers please advise material details and price expected.            *Plastic Waste, Any Form                                   RE:W07/1618
Potential or intended use: recycling. Presently, 200 MT. Continuous, 200          LDPE, LLDPE, PE, HDPE , Nylon, other Engineering grade plastics.
MT/month, export bales. Restriction: 20 MT minimum. Requests sample.              Packaged in Bales or rolls. 20,000 pounds per load minimum.
Worldwide                                                                         CONTACT: Rakesh Shah, 412/401-5281
CONTACT: Raymond Tse, 604/899-3239                                                E-mail: rshah@generated.net
E-mail: cansourceind.@home.com
                                                                                  Polyethylene Grocery Bags
LPDE, HPDE, PET, Almost All Plastics                       RE:W07/1572            & Stretch Film                                             RE:W07/1306
LPDE, HDPE, PET and almost all plastics wanted for recycling. TX                  Wanting from grocery distribution and reclamation centers. Potential or
CONTACT: Mike Largent, 512/443-5084                                               intended use: manufacturing low and plastic products. Unlimited amounts.
E-mail: Mike.L@cycledplastics.com                                                 North America
                                                                                  CONTACT: David Patterson, 954/603-0460
PET, PVC, HDPE, HIPS, ABS, Acrylic                           RE:W07/744           E-mail: suntexplastics@aol.com
Wanting post consumer, post industrial and off spec. for exporting and
recycling. Minimum 40,000 lbs on a continuous basis. US                           Polyols, Isocyanates, Urethane Resins                        RE:W07/317
CONTACT: Bill Zeller, 713/461-8877                                                100% polypropylene glycol, diphenylmethane diisocyanate (MDI), tolu-
                                                                                  ene diisocyanate (TDI). User of surplus urethane intermediates. Bulk or
PET Bottle Scraps                                          RE:W07/1302            drums, any quantity. US, Canada, Mexico
Either in bales or in flakes generated from post consumer soda bottles.           CONTACT: James W. Pope, 909/735-6522
Contaminants: 3% caps & 1% per label. Material can be color sorted or             E-mail: jamespchemstar@aol.com
mixed, baled or in flakes. Washed clean or unwashed. Suppliers: advise
material details & price expected. Potential or intended use: recycling.          Polypropylene Regrind                                      RE:W07/1305
Presently, 200 MT. Continuous, 200 MT/month, either in bales or in bags.          TPO & Glass Filled. Wanting from automotive industries for recycling
Restriction: 18 MT minimum. Requests sample. Worldwide                            purposes. Unlimited amount. North America
CONTACT: Raymond Tse, 604/899-3239                                                CONTACT: David Patterson, 954/603-0460
E-mail: cansourceind@home.com                                                     E-mail: suntexplastics@aol.com

PET Strapping Green Chopped or Baled                         RE:W07/850           Polyurethane Foam, All Types                               RE:W07/1097
PET wanted from bottlers, breweries, canners, etc. No contamination,              Wanting any amount on a continuous basis of prime, molded, laminated
maximum 4" in length, green only, gaylords w/lids. Potential/intended use:        (textiles/vinyl with foam backing), etc. US
furniture, clothing, molded products. Would like a minimum of 30,000 lbs on       CONTACT: James Miller, 931/363-8284
a continuous basis, pallets, boxes. Continental US and Eastern Canada             E-mail: sales_rep@AppertainCorp.com
CONTACT: Barbara Canter, 704/799-6730
                                                                                  Stretch Wrap (LLDPE),
Pipe Thread Protectors                                     RE:W07/1475            Grocery Bags (HD/LDPE)                                      RE:W07/948
Generated from oil and gas exploration and drilling. Red, orange, black,          Wanting from distribution centers, recycle centers and retail grocery
2 3/8 diameter to 20". Potential or intended use: caps to cover threads of pipe   markets. Buying--FOB Orgin-comingled or baled separately, LLDPE
for transport. Want on a continuous basis and request sample. US                  stretch film and mixed density grocery bags. Potential or intended use:
CONTACT: Gary Warwick, 281/399-2600                                               composite product mfg. Will accept a minimum of 35,000 lbs/truck load on
E-mail: tristarprotector@tristarprotector.com                                     a continuous basis. $100/ton.US
                                                                                  CONTACT: Megan Carrico, 877/319-9795
*Plastic Drums and Totes                                   RE:W07/1635
Up to 100,000 plastic drums per month wanted for FREE recycling. We take          Tyvek Garments                                              RE:W07/845
1 gal to 55 gal plastic drums and plastic totes to shred and grind them for use   Wanting from cleanroom and clean production areas to recycle for reuse.
in a recycled product. US, Canada and Mexico                                      Will pay to ship the garments to plant and pay the supplier for the
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404                                               garments. Accept any quantity on a continuous basis. US, Canada,
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com                                                      Mexico & Puerto Rico
                                                                                  CONTACT: Beverly Pettis, 219/865-3322
                                                                                  E-mail: bpettis@protective-clothing.net

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                                                                         Materials Wanted
Urethane Products                                            RE:W07/179           Wood (Nontreated or Unpainted)                           RE:W09/1450
Will accept maximum 2% contamination. TDI, MDI, polyols. US, Canada,              Wanting any amount on a continuous basis for potentially using in
Mexico                                                                            composting. Want from Metroplex of Dallas/Fort Worth
CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-1288                                               CONTACT: Bart McKay, 817/246-2426
E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com

Used Stretch Film or Plastic Bags                          RE:W07/1053
Wanting used stretch film or plastic bags made from polyethylene baled               METAL AND
from distribution centers, bottlers, breweries, etc. Material should be free of
contaminates (wood, metal, plastic banding, twine, Nylon, PVC, PET &                 METAL SLUDGE
PP) paper labels are acceptable. Potential or intended use: premium com-
posite lumber. Will accept any amount or will purchase 40,000 lbs truck-          Aluminum                                                 RE:W10/1490
loads on a continuous basis. US                                                   Wanting truckload quantities of aluminum to potentially use in MFG of
CONTACT: Megan Carrico, 877/319-9795                                              water treatment chemicals.
                                                                                  CONTACT: Brian Wodetzki, 909/429-4001, Ext. 16
                                                                                  E-mail: bewkiron@gte.net
   TEXTILE AND LEATHER                                                            Aluminum Filter Cakes                                    RE:W10/1489
                                                                                  Wanting truckload quantities of aluminum filter cakes to potentially use in
Cloth with Foam Backing                                    RE:W08/1533            MFG of water treatment chemicals.
Want from laminators and automotive seating. AKA - cloth laminate.                CONTACT: Brian Wodetzki, 909/429-4001, Ext. 16
Potential or intended use: recycling. US                                          E-mail: bewkiron@gte.net
CONTACT: James Miller, 931/363-8284
E-mail: sales_rep@appertaincorp.com                                               Automotive & Platinum Group Catalysts                      RE:W10/652
                                                                                  Wanted for metals recycling. Will accept in drums, pallets or boxes on a
Finished (Tanned) Calf. Sides Leather                      RE:W08/1105            continuous basis. US
Wanting quantities in stock to import on a continuous basis (annual               CONTACT: Hai Teh, 408/998-4930
purchase). Colors in black, brown and tan, sample requested. Worldwide            E-mail: tehh@micrometallicscorp.com
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917
                                                                                  Cobalt Materials                                         RE:W10/1194
Kevlar Products, New or Used                               RE:W08/1538            Wanting for recycling of metals. Must be dry, powder and dust are okay.
Want to buy dirty gloves and new or used kevlar products to reprocess. Any        Wanting truckload quantities/month on a continuous basis, super sacks.
supply on a continuous basis. US                                                  Samples required. Any sites or locations. Delivery to Houston, TX area.
CONTACT: Patricia Hester, 800/741-4568                                            CONTACT: Jay Jaffe, 979/233-7882
E-mail: patricia.hester@brentind.com                                              E-mail: jjaffe@gulfchem.com

Nylon, Polyesters, Cotton                                  RE:W08/1218            Copper Nickel Tin-Lead                                     RE:W10/866
Textile waste wanted from apparel, fabric and cloth manufacturers. Prefer         Wanted from printed circuit manufacturing and electroplating for recycling
continuous flow of products, weekly or monthly. Packaged in bales or              as metallic salts. Will accept any amount on a continuous basis. US, Canada,
bagged. Potential or intended use: fiber conversion. Will accept from TX,         Mexico
AL, MS,& Northeast Mexico.                                                        CONTACT: Phil Edelstein, 201/944-6000
CONTACT: Enrique Melguizo/Ruth Barbosa, 956/831-7707
E-mail: emelguizo@JBMFibers.com                                                   Copper Scrap                                               RE:W10/653
                                                                                  Wanted for metals recycling. Will accept in bulk, drums or pallets on a
Polyester Fabric Scraps                                    RE:W08/1068            continuous basis. US
Wanting on a continuous basis, solid colors of polyester fabric scraps for        CONTACT: Hai Teh, 408/998-4930
recycling. US, Mexico & Canada                                                    E-mail: tehh@micrometallicscorp.com
CONTACT: Bill Zeller, 713/461-8877
                                                                                  Gold Silver Platinum
*Textile Waste, Any Form                                   RE:W08/1617            Palladium Rhodium                                        RE:W10/1507
Cotton and synthetic textile waste wanted, including rags, used                   Want from jewelry, dental, automotive and electronics plating. Potential or
clothing, and denim fiber waste. 20,000 pounds per load minimum.                  intended use: precious metal reclamation. No restrictions. Want Nation-
CONTACT: Rakesh Shah, 412/401-5281                                                wide, including Canada and Mexico. Refinery locations: Cranston RI and
E-mail: rshah@generated.net                                                       Phoenix AZ
                                                                                  CONTACT: Adrian J. Hamm 714/281-6201
                                                                                  E-mail: ajgannonscott@aol.com

   WOOD                                                                           Insulated Copper & Aluminum Wire                         RE:W10/1032
                                                                                  Wanting unlimited amount for recycling. US and Canada
                                                                                  CONTACT: Jerry N. Goldblatt, 905/627-5095
Cable Reels & Spools                                       RE:W09/1040
Wanting on a continuous basis, unlimited amount of cable reels and spools
from electrical industry to recycle. TX, LA, MS, AR, OK, AL
CONTACT: Anthony Saragusa, 713/868-3999

*New Listing                                                                                                                                              39
Materials Wanted
Metal Bearing Materials                                     RE:W10/654          Sludges, Cakes, Grindings, Catalysts                      RE:W10/1196
Wanting gold, silver, platinum, palladium, solder, dross, copper sludge for     Will buy sludges, cakes, grindings, catalysts, dusts, residues, etc. contain-
metals recycling. Will accept packaged in drums, pallets, boxes or bulk on      ing Mo-Co-Ni-Cu-W-Nb-Ta-V-Sn-Bi-In-Ga -Ge-Au-Ag-Pt or any combi-
a continuous basis. US                                                          nation thereof; Can also accept Sn & Cu solutions. Worldwide
CONTACT: Hai Teh, 408/998-4930                                                  CONTACT: Jerry Lefson, 514/739-4822
E-mail: tehh@micrometallicscorp.com                                             E-mail: rymeres@generation.net

Metal-Bearing Sludges                                       RE:W10/915          Spent Catalyst                                              RE:W10/140
Wanted sludges/filtercakes containing precious, Ni, Cu & Sn metals. F006,       Want spent catalyst containing Molybdenum (Mo), Cobalt (Co), Nickel
F019, and D004 - D011 wastes accepted. Minimum 20% solids, no free              (Ni), Vanadium (V), hazardous or non-hazardous. Processing done on site,
liquids. Minimum quantity: 4 drums or 1 ton. We provide transportation and      not a broker, trader or merchant. Will accept from all geographic areas
will pickup 55-gal metal or poly drums; 1 cu.yd. bags or boxes and bulk         including foreign for metals reclamation.
containers. Representative sample required. Worldwide                           CONTACT: Jay Jaffe, 979/233-7882
CONTACT: Allen Moser, 800-972-1955                                              E-mail: jjaffe@gulfchem.com
E-mail: worldresourcescompany.com
                                                                                Spent Catalyst                                              RE:W10/346
Metal and Metal Sludges                                     RE:W10/344          Ni, Co, Mo spent catalyst. Wanted for recycling. Will accept in bulk, drums,
Any Ni,Co,Mo, W, bearing material. Wanted for recycling. Will accept in         pallets or boxes. Continuous, variable or one-time. No restrictions. US
bulk, drums, pallets or boxes. Continuous, variable or one-time. No             CONTACT: Paul Sartor, 914/835-1900
restrictions. US                                                                E-mail: Paul@pmrecovery.com
CONTACT: Paul Sartor, 914/835-1900
E-mail: Paul@pmrecovery.com                                                     Spent Catalyst, Battery Scrap,
                                                                                Magnets, Scrap Metal                                      RE:W10/1550
Metals (slags, solids, filter cake)                         RE:W10/582          Wanting from chemical manufacturing, and oil refining. Potential or
Want high temperature metals, any material with precious metal content,         intended use: close loop recycling. Wanting any amount on a continuous
solder wastes, circuit boards, tin, lead, electronics, CRTs & electronic        basis. Worldwide
components. Packaging in gaylord boxes, drums, pallets, etc. US, Mexico,        CONTACT: Jeff Tange, P.E., 281/381-0770
& Canada                                                                        E-mail: jeff.tange@lemetrix.net
CONTACT: Michael Harbert, 817/819-9668
E-mail: mharbert@ecsrefining.com                                                Spent (Used) Metal,
                                                                                Metal Grit and/or Shot                                      RE:W10/978
Nickel, Cobalt, Zinc, Copper                              RE:W10/1141           Wanting truckloads for intended or potential use, recycling. Will accept
Wanting on a continuous basis for recycling. Will pay top prices for any        subject to sample and lab analysis review. Nationwide
material with recoverable metals. Restriction: minimum - 5 tons. Packag-        CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917
ing: bulk, drums, boxes or supersacks. Worldwide
CONTACT: Joseph E. Schiller, 952/403-0349                                       Stainless Steel                                           RE:W10/1416
                                                                                Wanting steel to be minimum 1/4-inch and free of oils and grease to
*Nonferrous and Precious                                                        recycle. Will accept any amount on a continuous basis, bulk, drums,
Metal Bearing Scrap                                       RE:W10/1638           pallets or boxes. US
Nonferrous and precious metal bearing scrap, residues, spent catalyst           CONTACT: Juan F. Beltran, 214/374-4611
wanted for reclamation. Slurry, solid, sludge, dust, cake accepted. Worldwide   E-mail: J.Beltran@SPC-Houston.com
CONTACT: Robert L. Koppel, 212/685-4456
E-mail: amlon@amlonmentals.com                                                  Tin Lead Solders Dross                                    RE:W10/1414
                                                                                Wanting from tin lead electronic operations having main constituent 33%
Obsolete Material, Manufacturing Reject RE:W10/1321                             lead and 55-63% tin and containing .5% CU and .5% Sb Potential or
Non-ferrous scrap metals purchased. Looking for copper, brass, aluminum,        intended use: salvage and return to pure metal. Will accept on a continuous
stainless steel, insulated wire, electronics, obsolete material, and manufac-   basis, drums, pallets. Continental US
turing rejects. Cash paid. Potential or intended use: recycling. Wanting any    CONTACT: Leon Ladyman, 972/287-8000
amounts on a continuous basis. Need sample or MSDS from interested              E-mail: lee6337@flash.net
parties. US & Mexico
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917

RCRA “Empty” Steel Drums                                    RE:W10/763             MISCELLANEOUS
Wanting any quantity on a continuous basis for reconditioning. TX
CONTACT: Ron D. Keever, 713/456-8333                                            Alumina                                                     RE:W11/111
                                                                                Alumina wanted from US and Canada. US and Canada
Sludge and Solvent Containing                                                   CONTACT: Joe/Tom Quigley Or Erin Larkin, 412/371-8554
Precious Metals                                             RE:W10/136
Sludge or solvent wanted if contains platinum, palladium, gold, or silver. US
                                                                                Bags                                                      RE:W11/1278
CONTACT: Ben Wilson, 940/723-6015
                                                                                Wanting obsolete paper and polypropylene bags. Once used as bulk bags for
E-mail: gagcorp@wf.net
                                                                                refurbishing. US
                                                                                CONTACT: Dale Limbaugh, 888-399-2247
                                                                                E-mail: beastbag@flash.net

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                                                                         Materials Wanted
Bakery and Grain By-products                               RE:W11/1554            Granite Fines                                            RE:W11/1525
Material generated from bakeries and grain product facilities. Potentially        Generated from rock crushing. Want any amount on a continuous basis.
used as animal feed and may be stored in bulk, drums, pallets, boxes and/         Worldwide
or sacks. Will accept on a continuous basis. No restrictions on amount. Will      CONTACT: Bob Butler, 512/281-3358
accept material from San Antonio or within hauling distance.                      E-mail: bobb@elginbutler.com
CONTACT: Ron Crocker, 915/347-6378
E-mail: mcfbeef@yahoo.com                                                         Ink Jet and Toner Cartridges                            RE: W11/1592
                                                                                  Want to buy empty ink jet and toner cartridges. Must be virgin, empty and
Bulk Bags, Used                                              RE:W11/502           on buy-back list. Any quantity accepted. Nationwide.
Seek once used bags for reuse. Interested in all sizes and shapes. Bundled        CONTACT: Ruenette Bolden, 409/982-5509
on pallets/bales. 100 minimum. Require MSDS on the contents of bags. No           Email: ruenetteb@yahoo.com
toxic or hazardous materials. May request sample bag. No wet or weathered
bags. US & Canada                                                                 Ion Exchange Resin                                       RE:W11/1191
CONTACT: Jim Gleeson, 770/939-4047                                                Wanting from water treatment process, surplus resin in original containers
                                                                                  or used high quality resin. Wanting variable quantities. North America
Carburators/Misc. Die Cast Scrap                             RE:W11/901           CONTACT: John Barelli, 815/636-8833
Wanting for recycling, unlimited amounts. US and Canada                           E-mail: barelli@inwave.com
CONTACT: Jerry N. Goldblatt, 905/768-1116
                                                                                  Lamp Ballasts, PCB & Non-PCB                             RE:W11/1225
Cellulose Sponge                                           RE:W11/1534            Wanting any quantity on a continuous basis from lighting retrofit and
Wanting from sponge manufacturing and packaging. Potential or intended            maintenance for recycling, drums. US
use: recycling, absorbents, reuse or janitorial services. US                      CONTACT: Robin Baity, 972/675-9550
CONTACT: James Miller, 931/363-8284                                               E-mail: RobinBaitySSS@msn.com
E-mail: sales_rep@appertaincorp.com
                                                                                  Mercury                                                  RE:W11/1227
Chemical Residues                                          RE:W11/1323            Wanting any amount on a continuous basis for retorting. Will accept from
Listed/non-listed wastes containing copper, lead, tin and precious metals         hospitals, universities, laboratories, and industrial applications. Packaged
wanted. Plating solutions, etchants and filter press residues also sought         in bulk or drums. US
after. Potential or intended use: recycling. Will accept on a continuous basis.   CONTACT: Robin Baity, 972/675-9550
Interested parties submit sample and lab analysis. US & Mexico                    E-mail: RobinBaitySSS@msn.com
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917
                                                                                  Mill Scale, Slag, Sand, and Other                        RE:W11/1547
Electrical Equipment, PCB & Non-PCB                        RE:W11/1226            Wanting from mills, foundries, and refineries. Will accept truckloads on a
Wanting any quantity, one-time only or on a continuous basis from utilities,      continuous basis. Any location.
and power generating facilities for recycling. Packaging: bulk. US                CONTACT: Ken Webb, 636/789-2803
CONTACT: Robin Baity, 972/675-9550                                                E-mail: kwebb@cemtech-international.com
E-mail: RobinBaitySSS@msn.com
                                                                                  Obsolete Telephone Equipment                               RE:W11/902
Electrical Transformers                                      RE:W11/584           Wanting for recycling, unlimited amounts. US and Canada
Wanting PCBs & Non-PCBs for reclamation and/or destruction. Potential             CONTACT: Jerry N. Goldblatt, 905/627-5095
use: destruction, reclamation and reuse. No restrictions on amounts, will
accept continuously. US and Canada                                                Precious Metals                                            RE:W11/657
CONTACT: Joe Zakhar, 312/488-0166                                                 Wanting precious metals containing sweeps, wipes or filters for metals
                                                                                  recycling, packaged in drums, pallets or boxes on a continuous basis. US
Fluorescent Lamps                                          RE:W11/1224            CONTACT: Hai Teh, 408/998-4930
Wanting any quantity from lighting retrofit or maintenance for recycling.         E-mail: tehh@micrometallicscorps.com
Will accept on a continuous basis, boxed. US
CONTACT: Robin Baity, 972/675-9550                                                Reverse Osmosis Membrane                                 RE:W11/1510
E-mail: RobinBaitySSS@msn.com                                                     Wanting ultra-pure from semi-conductor, power generation, municipali-
                                                                                  ties, etc. Will accept used 8"x40" brackish water membranes free of charge.
Fluorescent Lighting Ballast                               RE:W11/1009            Will arrange and pay freight. Potential or intended use: wastewater appli-
Wanted from lighting retrofits and building renovations. Intend to inciner-       cation. US
ate the PCB/DEHP material and recycle uncontaminated metals. Will                 CONTACT: April Otto 281/452-4081
accept any amount on a continuous basic. US                                       E-mail: aprilotto@infohiwy.net
CONTACT: Brian Jantzen, 800-775-1516
E-mail: fullcircle@evtc.com                                                       Reverse Osmosis Membranes                                RE:W11/1190
                                                                                  Wanting from use in water treatment process, used high performance 4"
Food-Grade Liquids, Beverages, etc.                        RE:W11/1451            and 8" membranes. Wanting variable quantities, pallets. North America
Wanting on a continuous basis for composting. US                                  CONTACT: John Barelli, 815/636-8833
CONTACT: Bart McKay, 817/246-2426                                                 E-mail: barelli@inwave.com

                                                                                  Silicon Carbide                                           RE:W11/110
                                                                                  Any amount wanted. US & Canada
                                                                                  CONTACT: Joe/Tom Quigley Or Erin Larkin, 412/371-8554
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Materials Wanted
Surplus Chemicals                                            RE:W11/1066
Wanting surplus chemicals. Any quantity on a continuous basis, bulk or                 LABORATORY CHEMICALS
drums. US, Canada, Mexico
CONTACT: Drew Stern, 201/696-9200
                                                                                    Inorganic Reagents &
Surplus Chemicals                                              RE:W11/989           Organic Solvents                                         RE:W14/1067
                                                                                    Wanting on a continuous basis, wide variety of inorganic chemicals,
Wanting to buy all types of surplus chemicals. All geographic regions
                                                                                    organic solvents and pharmaceuticals for research. US and Canada
CONTACT: Robert Lo Dato, 973/589-7774
                                                                                    CONTACT: Gary Clapper, 619/698-1841
                                                                                    E-mail: gclapper@aol.com
Surplus Chemicals                                            RE:W11/1184
Wanting to purchase surplus chemicals on a continuous basis, nationwide,
any quantity. Bulk, drums or bags. US
CONTACT: Elton Dornbusch, 281/890-4553                                                 ELECTRONICS (Circuit Boards,
E-mail: elton@expochem.com
                                                                                       Computers, Equipment)
Surplus Chemicals, Solvent, Resins, etc.                       RE:W11/859
Wanting from all geographical regions. Any quantity, bulk, drums or bags.           Audio Production Equipment                               RE:W15/1336
CONTACT: Ted Stepanoff, 610/689-8500                                                Want tube-based analog equipment, items used for any type of radio
                                                                                    broadcasting, recording studio or sound systems, etc. Will pay cash and
Telecommunications Equipment                                 RE:W11/1075            make arrangement for transportation in US or Canada.
Wanting all kinds of used telecommunications equipment. Will arrange for            CONTACT: Dennis Palmer, 800-754-1944
transportation anywhere in US or Canada.                                            E-mail: dennis@inthebible.com
CONTACT: Darcy Tooke, 206/270-1187
                                                                                    *Circuit Boards, Computers, Telephones RE:W15/1628
Telephone Equipment                                          RE:W11/1056            Wanted circuit boards, computers, telephones, telephone equipment, pro-
Wanting pay phones and obsolete telephone equipment on a continuous                 cessors in any amount for recycling. Anywhere in the United States.
basis for recycling. US and Canada                                                  CONTACT: Joel Castillo, 832/755-7475
CONTACT: Jerry N. Goldblatt, 905/627-5095                                           E-mail: HCRC99@yahoo.com

Test Equipment and                                                                  Circuit Boards, Connectors
Telecomm Equipment                                           RE:W11/1156            & Components                                             RE:W15/1506
Wanting any amount on a continuous basis. Worldwide                                 Want from electronic OEM’s/electronic surplus & breakage yards. Poten-
CONTACT: Darcy Tooke, 206/270-1187                                                  tial or intended use: precious metal reclamation. No restrictions. Will
                                                                                    accept on a continuous basis nationwide, including Canada and Mexico.
Used Bulk Bags                                                 RE:W11/990           Refinery locations: Cranston RI and Phoenix AZ
Will take used bulk bags in any size or shape to reuse. Restriction: 100 bags       CONTACT: Adrian J. Hamm 714/281-6201
minimum, pallets, bales. Nationwide                                                 E-mail: ajgannonscott@aol.com
CONTACT: James T. Gleeson, 770/939-4049
                                                                                    Computer Backup Tape                                     RE:W15/1535
                                                                                    Will buy any quantity of magnetic media, reels, and tapes. DLT, LTO, ZIP,
                                                                                    JAZ, optical media, 8mm and 4mm, 1200 and 2400 reels, TK 70. Will
     WAX                                                                            accept any amount on a continuous basis. US
                                                                                    CONTACT: Norm Hutton, 800/650-8666
Oils, Emulsions, Fuels, Petrochemicals                       RE:W12/1499            E-mail: norm@surplustoner.com
Wanting non-corrosive, low solids 5000+ BTU. Potential or intended use:
utility oil cutter or fuel cutter. Will accept worldwide by truck, rail or barge.   Electronic and Computer Scrap                           RE: W15/1590
CONTACT: Brandon Velek 281-474-4210                                                 Want electronic and computer scrap, including boards and monitors, for
E-mail: bvelek@intergulfcorp.com                                                    recycling, from the Houston, TX area. Scrap should be packaged in pallets
                                                                                    or boxes. Continuous supply wanted. Please send sample.
                                                                                    CONTACT: Tim Bellili, 713/498-1813

     RUBBER                                                                         Electronic Scrap                                         RE:W15/1322
                                                                                    Want black and white monitors, printers, keyboards, CPU’s, printed circuit
Rubber Inner Tubes                                             RE:W13/903           boards, disk drives and power supplies. Will pick up depending on quantity
Wanted for recycling. Unlimited amounts on a continuous basis. US and               and will accept on a continuous basis. Potential or intended use: recycling.
Canada                                                                              Interested parties submit sample and lab analysis. US & Mexico
CONTACT: Jerry N. Goldblatt, 905/627-5095                                           CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917

                                                                                    Electronic Scrap, IC’s,
                                                                                    Printed Circuit Board                                      RE:W15/659
                                                                                    Wanted for metals recycling. Will accept packaged in drums, pallets, boxes
                                                                                    or bulk on a continuous basis. US
                                                                                    CONTACT: Hai Teh, 408/998-4930
                                                                                    E-mail: tehh@micrometallicscorp.com
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                                                                      Materials Wanted
ICs, Capacitors, Connectors &                                                 Old Newspaper, Telephone Books,
Other Components                                       RE: W15/1593           Mixed, Magazines, Cardboard (OCC)                           RE:W16/717
Wanted from electronic OEM’s/electronic surplus & breakage yards.             Potential use: convert to products such as, insulation, hydro-mulch, etc.
Potential or intended use: precious metal reclamation. Will pick up depend-   Will accept in bulk, pallets or boxes on a continuous basis. East Texas
ing on quantity and will accept on a continuous basis nationwide, including   CONTACT: Jim Adamoli, 713/937-0900
Canada and Mexico. We will pay all transportation charges.                    E-mail: Jadamoli@tasconindustries.com
CONTACT: Al Camacho, 310/798-3901
Email: excess@materialsmanagementinc.com

Precious Metal and Electronic Scrap                     RE:W15/1318
Wanted circuit boards, PC’s mainframes, telecommunications equipment,
                                                                                 GLASS
color and black/white monitors, hard drives, power supplies and CRT tubes
for recycling. Worldwide                                                      Glass Scrap (Crushed & Clean)                             RE:W17/1524
CONFIDENTIAL LISTING. CONTACT: RENEW, 512/239-1917                            Wanting any amount on a continuous basis. Potential or intended use: flux.
                                                                              Worldwide
Printed Circuit Board,                                                        CONTACT: Bob Butler, 512/281-3358
Scrap Electronics IC:                                   RE:W15/1050           E-mail: bobb@elginbutler.com
Wanting on a continuous basis for metal reclamation. Packaging: bulk,
drums, pallets and boxes. Request from interested parties: sample and
MSDS. Worldwide. www.axcesstech.net
CONTACT: Randy Weiss, 512/441-1100                                               PAINTS AND COATINGS
Test Equipment and                                                            Surplus Powder Coating                                    RE:W18/1228
Telecomm Equipment                                      RE:W15/1157
                                                                              Wanting over-inventoried, discontinued and off-spec virgin powder coat-
Wanting any amount on a continuous basis. Worldwide
                                                                              ing. Will accept all quantities, 50 lbs. or more, of unopened, good quality
CONTACT: Darcy Tooke, 206/270-1187
                                                                              epoxy, polyester, hybrid and urethane powder coating in all colors and gloss
                                                                              levels. A powder and/or panel sample and MSDS on request. US
Video Production Equipment                              RE:W15/1337
                                                                              CONTACT: Sharon Behrens, 616/538-4050
Want cameras, lighting, decks, monitors, video effects boards, BETA SP,
3/4", SVHS, and items used for any type of TV broadcasting or video
                                                                              Waste Powder Coating                                      RE:W18/1229
recording. Will pay cash and make arrangements for transportation in US
                                                                              Wanting all good-quality reclaim and spray to waste powders in epoxy,
or Canada.
                                                                              polyester and epoxy/polyester hybrid. Prefer quantities of 5,000 lbs or
CONTACT: Dennis Palmer, 800-754-1944
                                                                              larger, but will accept smaller quantities. Colors can be mixed or unmixed.
E-mail: dennis@inthebible.com
                                                                              A 50 lb. sample with MSDS and technical data sheets upon request. US
                                                                              CONTACT: Sharon Behrens, 616/538-4050

   PAPER                                                                      Water-Based Paints                                        RE:W18/1503
                                                                              Want left over latex paints with pH:6-10 and Flash point: >200O F. Potential
                                                                              or intended use: recycled paint or cement additive. Will accept at facilities
OCC No. 11                                             RE: W16/1596           in MN, CA, OH
OCC No. 11 wanted. Minimum quantity 1000 tons. Accepted from US,              CONTACT: Doug Sweet 800/566-2396
Canada and Mexico.                                                            E-mail: doug@amazon.mpowermail.com
CONTACT: Roy Jorgensen, 650/218-8786
Email: RoyJorgensen@msn.com

OCC, CPO, WOL, Office PAK                                 RE:W16/946             CONSTRUCTION
Wanting any amount on a continuous basis. TX
CONTACT: John Toth, 800-841-8535                                                 AND DEMOLITION
E-mail: John@Southwest-Recycling.com
                                                                              Construction Material, New or Used                        RE:W19/1436
OCC, ONP, OTD                                           RE:W16/1231           Want new or used lumber, roofing materials, insulation, plumbing and
Want for insulation and hydromulch manufacturing. Will accept truckload       electrical supplies. Non-matching, any color, etc., will provide tax receipt.
quantities on a continuous basis. East Texas                                  Intended use: complete construction of cancer retreat center’s bedroom
CONTACT: Sandra Boshard, 713/433-6701                                         building. Worldwide, prefer southern OK and northern TX
                                                                              CONTACT: Jennifer Stalford, 972/539-5099
Old Cardboard, Waste Office Paper                       RE:W16/1540           E-mail: jstalford@aol.com
Wanting any amount on a continuous basis for recycling. Packaging: bulk,
pallets, or boxes, West Texas and Panhandle                                   Demolition (Metals & Demolition)                          RE:W19/1418
CONTACT: John E. Miller, 915/520-3290                                         Wanting demolition and surplus material to be free of hazardous waste for
E-mail: Jmiller@wtdd.net                                                      recovery. Will accept bulk or truckload quantities from all areas and
                                                                              locations.
                                                                              CONTACT: Dutch Farley, 281/470-2404
                                                                              E-mail: dutch@houston.rr.com

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