Aldex/AMS (Aldehyde Management System)

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Finally an easy inexpensive way to treat and dispose of aldehyde (glutaraldehyde, formaldehyde, formalin) waste.

Finally an Easy Inexpensive, Environmentally Friendly & Safe Way to Treat and Dispose of Aldehyde Waste (Glutaraldehyde, Formaldehyde, Formalin)

Untreated aldehyde waste is typically considered hazardous and therefore not legally disposable ‘down the drain.’ WCM’s product, Aldex®/AMS® Aldehyde Management System is easy to use, safe and inexpensive as compared to collection service. WCM’s Aldex® product neutralizes and crosslink’s used 10% formalin or up to 4% glutaraldehyde and converts the waste to a non-toxic, non-hazardous waste. Once neutralized, the waste is safe for disposal, either down the drain using our liquid neutralizer or with your regular trash using our crystalline neutralizer.

The Aldex® patented formula is much more effective than other neutralizer products. Side by side comparisons show, Aldex® neutralizes two to three times the amount of aldehyde waste per ounce of neutralizer as compared to other neutralizers. The cost savings per treated gallon is about 50% compared to other neutralizing products. Aldex® is the most convenient, safe, time saving and cost effective Aldehyde waste management product available. Exposure incidents are minimized since waste is neutralized on site.

Two versions of WCM’s Aldex® product are available; we have a powder product that converts liquid aldehyde waste into a non hazardous solid safe for disposal as regular trash. The other version is a liquid that neutralizes liquid aldehyde waste making it safe for drain disposal. WCM’s Aldex® products has been safely used by some of the largest hospitals in the USA over the past twenty years. WCM’s Aldex® products have just recently been made available to non hospital healthcare facilities. Aldex is typically 50 – 75% less expensive than using collection services and the waste ultimately ends up in the same place whether using collection or on site treatment.


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