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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Talk about a conflict of interest...

Encycle-Asarco TX asked its SALES REPS to "screen out" illegal wastes such as radioactive materials, organics etc....

'The sales representative Is responsible for pre-screening wastes during his or
her Initial contact with the client. The sales representative should immediately
screen out those wastes which are not covered by the company's permit;
e.g., organics, radioactive wastes, etc.
Submitting a waste for analysis and
characterization is time-consuming and expensive
for both ENCYCLE and the
client. It Is Important from an economic standpoint as well as building good
customer relations that the wastes submitted for characterization have a
reasonable likelihood of acceptance.'
9159004.pdf on EPA asarco documents site

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