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Lead Aprons Recycling and proper Disposal.
Lead aprons contains of course large quantities of lead and it is dangerous and illegal to put it in the dumpster in most states. The lead apron must be disposed of properly in order to ensure that the lead does not end up in our drinking water.
What kind of aprons we recycle?
B.W. Recycling, Inc recycles all types of lead shields and aprons Medical, Dental, and Veterinarian Lead gowns, Thyroid shields, Lead vests, Breast shields, Lead skirts, Lead lap shields, lead shields, and all other lead shields from all manufacturers including Infab, Trulite, AADCO Medical, Burlington medical, Shinray, Annwah, and all others.
How B.W. Recycling, Inc dispose of the lead aprons
B.W. Recycling, Inc proccess lead aprons, Gounds We actually carefully open the lead aprons and take out the actual lead into
designated containers for recycling the lead. The empty aprons is cleaned from
remainings of lead and the apron is being recycled as well.
How to get the lead aprons to for recycling
B.W. Recycling, Inc pick-up all kinds of lead aprons for recycling anywhere in the US, Please see pick-up & recycling fees below:
How to proceed with the aprons recycling
Step 1 - Preparing the box of the aprons and shields for recycling
You will need to place your lead aprons for recycling in a box or more, please note that each box must be up to 50 lbs.
Step 2 - Fill out the schedule pick-up form
Please fill out the schedule pick-up form for lead aprons.
Step 3 - Invoice
You will recive an email with an invoice with the fees per the prices above.
B.W. Recycling, inc will provide you with a proper certificate of recycling.
Please note that if you have x-ray film for recycling we do not combine shipments of x-ray film with lead aprons, x-ray film must be picked-up separately.
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