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We have terminated our working relationship with the company that owns
the "EpiWeb" trade name.

Accordingly, we now sell the exact same product line under our own trade
name, "EcoWeb". We are also working with the US manufacturer of the
recycled PET material to develop an improved product for both
horticulture and for vivaria.

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Do you have any recommendations for disposing of used epiweb? I've tried recycling using muriatic acid to dissolve organic debris with some success. But I wanted to know if I just wanted to dispose of some since it's physically impossible to clean, what would be the best method?
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We have terminated our working relationship with the company that owns the "EpiWeb" trade name.



Accordingly, we now sell the exact same product line under our own trade name, "EcoWeb". We are also working with the US manufacturer of the recycled PET material to develop an improved product for both horticulture and for vivaria.



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I put mine in the recycle bin, since it's the same material as soda
bottles.

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Do you have any recommendations for disposing of used epiweb? I've tried
recycling using muriatic acid to dissolve organic debris with some
success. But I wanted to know if I just wanted to dispose of some since
it's physically impossible to clean, what would be the best method?
Gary
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news:[email protected]
We have terminated our working relationship with the company that owns
the "EpiWeb" trade name.

Accordingly, we now sell the exact same product line under our own trade
name, "EcoWeb". We are also working with the US manufacturer of the
recycled PET material to develop an improved product for both
horticulture and for vivaria.

Ray Barkalow - First Rays Orchids - http://www.firstrays.com
www.firstrays.com
Plants, Supplies, Books, Artwork, & Lots of Free Info!




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