Heritage Thermal Services assists local school with disposal of laboratory chemicals
Category: Community News
WELLSVILLE, Ohio – For the third consecutive year, Heritage Thermal Services (HTS) field services technicians removed used chemicals from the chemistry laboratory at Wellsville High School. The pair identified, sorted and packed the chemical discards before transporting them to the incineration facility for proper disposal.
HTS has provided this important environmental service to Wellsville and two other neighboring school districts free of charge. This work, known as a lab pack, removes a potential risk to students and staff, and helps the district stay in compliance with environmental regulations.
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