Pollution Prevention at Action Graphics: Chapter 03: Solvents and Pressure Washers
Chapter Abstract: This is clip 3 of 12 for this video. Most of the pollutions were coming from the screen clean-up area. That was when they decided to look into a pressure washing system. The chemicals of this system are much milder and the pressure washer is more efficient in the cleaning product. The screens ended up much cleaner, which produced a better product.
Author: EPA DFE
Publication Date: 1996
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|Chapter 01: Introduction|
|Chapter 02: Need for Pollution Prevention Program|
|Chapter 03: Solvents and Pressure Washers|
|Chapter 04: Cost vs. Benefit|
|Chapter 05: Pressure Washer Technique|
|Chapter 06: Thinners|
|Chapter 07: On-going Process|
|Chapter 08: Solvent Reuse|
|Chapter 09: Rag Reuse|
|Chapter 10: Employee Involvement|
|Chapter 11: Pollution Prevention is Good Business Sense|
|Chapter 12: Conclusions|
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