Amalgam Separators in Indiana

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Amalgam Separators in IN

New EPA Guidelines require certain dentist to install and maintain a amalgam separator in their dental office.  These new standards for recycling of dental amalgam waste were put into place July 14, 2017.  PureWay™ is a leading Amalgam Separator supplier in the US and is currently providing a $150 rebate towards the installation of a Amalgam Separator.  Request your $150 rebate today and let PureWay help you find the right separator for your office!

Amalgam Separators and Amalgam Waste Recycling available in Indiana including the following cities and more:

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  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Fort Wayne, IN
  • Evansville, IN
  • South Bend, IN
  • Hammond, IN
  • Bloomington, IN
  • Gary, IN
  • Carmel, IN
  • Fishers, IN
  • Muncie, IN
  • Lafayette, IN
  • Terre Haute, IN
  • Anderson, IN
  • Noblesville, IN
  • Elkhart, IN
  • Greenwood, IN
  • Mishawaka, IN
  • Lawrence, IN
  • Kokomo, IN
  • Jeffersonville, IN
  • Columbus, IN
  • Portage, IN
  • Richmond, IN
  • New Albany, IN
  • Valparaiso, IN
  • Goshen, IN
  • Michigan City, IN
  • Westfield, IN
  • Marion, IN
  • East Chicago, IN

Interesting facts about Indiana

  • Indiana is the first state to have a chapel inside the state capitol, built in memory of former first lady Beth Bowen.
  • Wabash, Indiana was the first electrically lighted city in the World.
  • Baseball was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The very first professional game had played in Fort Wayne on May 4, 1871.

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