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Hazardous materials storage requires special handling and special containers. Chances are your business has a number of hazardous chemicals on-site-like gasoline, cleaning supplies and paint thinner - all of which require their own special safe storage solutions. Whether you're storing gas, oil or acid, Grainger has your storage solution. You can even make the storage of these materials safer by placing the safe storage containers inside safety cabinets or lockers, also available from Grainger.

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does your company sell or can you advice how we can go about obtraining storage containers to store biohazardous materials, for example: adenovirus or retrovirus - that has been amplified/purified, now store (long-term) at -80C?
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I do see that we carry biohazard waste containers but nothing specifically designed for biohazard storage. But for business customers we offer a special order service for specific parts not stocked by Grainger. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger for more information regarding ordering this specific item.
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Incinerator Boxes

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I am looking for a white or other colored box to be mounted in patient rooms or isolation carts to hold used plastic bags with patient labels and used G tube med syringes that are not sharps related but also have patient labels. They are often called burn boxes because they must be incinerated and non accessible to patients. Do you make such a box?
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Grainger does sell burn boxes (example 8UK88) however I am not sure if this matches your needs. Please contact your local Grainger Branch or call 1-800-GRAINGER for further assistance.

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