Kodak takes shot at photographic waste treatment

Kodak is introducing a waste treatment service to handle waste from its customers' photographic processes. The service is intended to alleviate environmental problems caused by discharges from small processing laboratories.

The problems of photographic waste were highlighted by last summer's report on freshwater quality by the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution (ENDS Report 209, pp 18-20 ). This showed that most large processing companies make some effort to recover silver from their effluent. But the growing number of mini-

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