How to dispose of expired DPD pills?
I am wondering if DPD pills are highly toxic or not for the environment and how to dispose of expired products (from small quantity to relatively important stocks)?
I can offer the manufacturer viewpoint here - DPD tablets (pills) are not toxic for the environment and we do not advise any special waste disposal measures are taken when disposing.
The information regarding all aspects of handling the products safely, storing and disposing are stated in the Manufacturers Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) which can be accessed via the link Frank provided.
For speed I can send the MSDS directly but if you have any questions don't hesitate to use the email@example.com address.
Ian Leahy Technical Marketing Manager Palintest Ltd
I am the European Sales Executive at Palintest and can confirm that the components of DPD are not classified as environmentally hazardous and that there are no specific disposal methods required. If you send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org I can email over the relevant MSDS with full details.
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