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INFORMATION FROM KODAK Disposal Guidelines for Discontinued KODAK Photographic Processing Products Below are some general guidelines to follow for disposing of discontinued KODAK
Photographic Processing Products. These guidelines replace the disposal
recommendations that were found on the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) since the
product is discontinued and the information on the MSDS may not be up-to-date.
The first thing you need to consider is if you are on a septic tank system or a sewer
system which is serviced by a publicly owned treatment works (POTW).

Kodak does not recommend the use of septic systems for disposal of photographic processing solutions because they do not have the ability to properly treat the waste. Other disposal options are available for septic system users, including household waste collection facilities, discharge to a permitted POTW, or a licensed hazardous waste hauler. If you are on a permitted POTW, the best and most appropriate way to dispose of your photographic processing solutions is through the sewer system. Most photographic processing solutions are biodegradable and are effectively treated when discharged to the POTW.
For more information on septic or sewer systems, refer to Environmental Guidelines for
Amateur Photographers
, KODAK Publication No. J-300. This is available on our website,
The information contained herein is furnished without warranty of any kind. Users should
consider these data only as a supplement to other information gathered by them and must
make independent determinations of suitability and completeness of information from all
sources to assure proper use and disposal of these materials and the safety and health of
employees and customers and the protection of the environment.
You can dispose of the following KODAK Products through a sewer system, a licensed hazardous waste disposal company, or a household hazardous waste collection. See the suggested disposal methods below. Discharge, treatment, or disposal may be subject to federal, state, and local laws. Licensed
Dispose to
Sewer after
KODAK Products

* Recommended after neutralization.
We recommend that the following KODAK Products be disposed of to the sewer after silver recovery is
performed. For more information on silver recovery, refer to The Technology of Silver Recovery for
Photographic Processing Facilities
, Publication No. J-212. This is available on our website,
Dispose to
Sewer after
The KODAK Products on the following list have been discontinued and must be disposed of through a household hazardous waste collection or a licensed waste disposal agency. The list is comprised of the discontinued products most requested in the past few years. The list does not include all KODAK Products that have been discontinued. The waste codes have been included to aid in the disposition of the products. Waste Code
Color Products
Color Slide
KODAK HOBBY-PAC Color Slide Kit Color Developer, Part A KODAK HOBBY-PAC Color Slide Kit Stabilizer E-6 and E-6AR
KODAK Color Developer Replenisher, Process E-6, Part A KODAK Color Developer Replenisher, Process E-6, Part B KODAK Color Developer, Process E-6, Part A KODAK Color Developer, Process E-6, Part B KODAK Stabilizer and Replenihser, Process E-6 KODAK Stabilizer and Replenisher E-6, E-7 and E-6AR KODAK Stabilizer & Replenisher, Process E-5AR KODAK Stabilizer and Replenisher E-6, E-7 and E-6AR EKTACOLOR
KODAK EKTACOLOR Developer Replenisher, Part B KODAK EKTACOLOR Developer Replenisher Alternate No. 1, KODAK EKTACOLOR RA Developer Replenisher, Part C KODAK EKTACOLOR RA Developer Replenisher, Process KODAK EKTACOLOR RA Bleach Fix and Replenisher NR, FLEXICOLOR
KODAK FLEXICOLOR Stabilizer & Replenisher, Part A KODAK Hardener and Replenisher, Process C-41V, Part A KODAK Stabilizer & Replenisher, Process C-41V, Part B Waste Code
Black and White Products
HOBBY-PAC Black-and-White Film and Paper Stop Bath Black and White Products
KODAK DIRECT POSITIVE Film Bleach Part A KODAK DIRECT POSITIVE Paper Bleach, Part A KODAK T-MAX 100 Direct Positive Film Reversal Bleach, KODAK T-MAX 100 Direct Positive Film Bleach Miscellaneous Photographic Products
KODAK Formlain Fixer & Replenisher, P-122, Part B
Corrosivity (D002) — wastes that are acids or bases (pH less than or equal to 2 or greater than or equal to
12.5) that are capable of corroding metal containers, such as storage tanks or drums (40 CFR Section 261.22).
Toxicity characteristic (D004 - D043) — when toxic wastes are disposed of on land, contaminated liquid
may drain or leach from the waste and pollute ground water. This characteristic is designed to capture those
wastes that have the potential to contaminate ground water when land disposed.


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