Solvents are an essential component in many laboratory processes and experiments. However, they can also be costly, both in terms of the initial purchase price and the cost of disposing of them after use. That's why solvent recycling in the laboratory is becoming increasingly popular as a means of reducing both costs and environmental impact.
Solvent recycling in the lab is beneficial for a number of reasons:
CBG Biotech systems recycle your solvent and help you reclaim your time. With our fully-automated recycling systems, labs virtually eliminate the hassle of ordering, storing and disposing of solvents while lowering their organization’s waste generator status with the EPA.
As a result of the program's continued success, the University is saving thousands of dollars on acetone purchases and acetone waste disposal, and has reduced its environmental footprint by diverting acetone waste from traditional disposal treatment by incineration, reducing energy and fuel usage from manufacturing and shipping new product, and reducing fuel usage from shipping waste. Read more
CBG Biotech's fractional distillation recycling systems enable pathology, histology, cytology, veterinary, dermatological, chemistry and research labs to recycle and reuse solvents including:
Our PathTrue™ laboratory solvent recyclers improve operational and laboratory processes through reduction of solvent waste and disposal costs, while enabling you to maintain an efficient and sustainable operation without compromising quality or safety.
CBG Biotech offers benchtop and cart-mounted solvent recycling systems that achieve high purity while reducing solvent spend, lab waste and disposal costs. View our full brochure.
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Fractional distillation systems for recycling xylene, alcohol, acetone and xylene substitutes.
Fractional distillation systems for recycling formalin.
Fractional distillation systems for recycling xylene, alcohol, acetone, and formalin.