Disposal of Waste Chemicals

We deal with a wide range of waste chemicals. These include but are not limited to:-

Inorganic acid
Hydrochloric acid, Sulphuric acid, Phosphoric acid, Hydrofluoric Acid.

Inorganic bases
Hydroxides such as Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, Nickel hydroxide, Ammonium hydroxide.

Pyrophorics
Phenyllithium, Triethylborane, Methyllithium, Trimethylaluminum, Diethylzinc, Trimethylphosphine, Phosphorus (white).

Oxidizers
Inorganic Nitrates, Nitrites, Persulfates, Chromates, Hypochlorites, Peroxides, Permanganates, Chlorates, Perchlorates, Iodates, Periodates, Perborates (ex: Potassium Perchlorate, Calcium hypochlorite, Sodium nitrate, Sodium iodate, Ammonium persulfate, Sodium peroxide).

Oxidizing acids
Hydrogen peroxide, Periodic acid, Nitric acid, Perchloric acid, Chromic acid.

Cyanides
Potassium cyanide, Sodium cyanide, Calcium cyanide.

Basic flammable liquids
Pyrrolidine, Morpholine, Cyclohexylamine, Triethylamine, Diethylamine, TEMED, Ethylaminediamine, Trimethylamine solution, Sodium methylate (in methanol solution).

Flammable Solvents
Methanol, Ethanol, Acetone, Xylene, Toluene,  Benzene, Dimethylformamide, Acetonitrile, Hexane, Pyridine, Ethyl acetate, Tetrahydrofuran, Ethyl ether.

Sulphides
Lead sulphide, Iron sulphide, Sodium and Potassium sulphide

Acidic Flammable Liquids
Formic acid (>85%), Propanoic acid (100%) (also called Propionic acid), Glacial acetic acid (100%), Acetic acid (>80%), Acetic anhydride.

Water-reactives
Sodium,Lithium, Potassium.
Grignard reagents such as Ethylmagnesium chloride, Phenylmagnesium bromide.
Metal phosphides such as Sodium phosphide, Aluminum phosphide, Calcium phosphide.
Others: Trichlorosilane, Phosphorous pentasulfide.
Metal powders such as Alumium, Cobalt, Tin, Titanium, Zinc, Zirconium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Palladium, Platnium.
Borane complexes such as Borane-methyl sulfide and Borane-dimethylamine.
Carbides such as Calcium carbide.
Metal hydrides and Borohydrides such as Lithium aluminum hydride, Sodium hydride, Potassium borohydride.

Toxic substances
Mercury acetate, Barium carbonate, Lead acetate, Acrylamide, Formaldehyde, Glutaraldehyde, Chloroform, Phenol, Methylene chloride, Silver chloride, Cadmium sulfate.

Organic bases
Amines such as Tributylamine, Ethanolamine etc.

Organic Acids:
Pentanoic acid, Butyric acid.

Metal alkyl hydrides and halides such as Diisobutylaluminum hydride, Dimethylaluminum chloride, Titanium trichloride, tert-Butyl hypochlorite, Lithium diethylamide, Lithium diisopropylamide, Sodium methoxide (Sodium methylate), Sodium sulfide [anhydrous or <30% water], Raney Nickel Catalyst

Water-Reactive acids
Chlorosilanes such as Ethyltrichlorosilane, Dimethyldichlorosilane,
Acid halides such as Acetyl chloride, Propanoyl chloride, Benzenesulfonyl bromide.
Phosphorous pentoxide/Phosphoric anhydride.

Non-Hazardous or non-regulated chemicals
Buffers, Alumina, Silica, Culture media, Agarose, Albumin, Pump oil, Surfactants, Ion exchange resins,
Non-hazardous salts such as Potassium phosphate, Calcium acetate, Sodium chloride, Magnesium sulfate,