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Discussion in 'Hunters Rights Forum' started by chuam, Jun 28, 2017.
That post was wrong on so many counts.
Spent HCL is whats left after they use to pickle steel. It's considered a hazardous waste then. And is subjected to stricker rules. But if it's use as a raw material for a different product that's were it goes to lesser restrictions. Back in the days before the EPA the steel mills use dump the spent HCL straight into lake Michigan. The EPA was and still is needed. But they have gotten out of control. They pass laws in which they are not to do. That's congress,s job.
H3PO4, some will get it, I'll sit back, read and have a Coke
We went around the world to get here, but I think I know what you're saying now. I'm assuming "spent HCL" is HCL that has undergone an oxidation reaction during the "pickling" process thus creating FeCL as a byproduct. In which case, the paperwork is correct in naming the "spent HCL" FeCL, because that's what it actually is. Which takes us back to your first statement that I now agree with. Makes no sense to have 2 different spill amounts for the same compound dependent on weather that compound is just "waste" or "raw material" for another process. That make sense?
DU supported it, Field and Stream supported it, TU supported it, TRCP supported it, etc......
That means nothing eh?
Still was a bad rule.
I wouldn't say it's bad. If they say what is true about controlling rainwater on your roof is true I would say it needs some refinement. However, for the most part I would say it's all good.
You remain clueless. It was a horrid over reach and taking without compensation.
Bad frigging rule that needed killing and would have been dead in the courts anyway.