Amalgam Separators in Massachusetts

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Amalgam Separators in MA

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 Massachusetts including the following cities and more:

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  • Boston, MA
  • Worcester, MA
  • Springfield, MA
  • Lowell, MA
  • Cambridge, MA
  • New Bedford, MA
  • Brockton, MA
  • Quincy, MA
  • Lynn, MA
  • Fall River, MA
  • Newton, MA
  • Lawrence, MA
  • Somerville, MA
  • Framingham, MA
  • Haverhill, MA
  • Waltham, MA
  • Malden, MA
  • Brookline, MA
  • Plymouth, MA
  • Medford, MA
  • Taunton, MA
  • Chicopee, MA
  • Weymouth, MA
  • Revere, MA
  • Peabody, MA
  • Methuen, MA
  • , MA
  • Pittsfield, MA
  • Attleboro, MA
  • Arlington, MA

Interesting facts about Massachusetts

  • The first subway system was built in Boston, Massachusetts in 1897.
  • The American industrial revolution began in Lowell. Lowell was America’s first planned industrial city.
  • The first Thanksgiving Day was celebrated in Plymouth in 1621.

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