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We BUY Catalytic Converters Nationally. We will come pick them up.
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MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
P. O. Box 20305
Jackson, MS 39289-1305

Laws and Regulations
1991 law, SN2984, creates authorities - nonhazardous waste fee collection, 25% recycling goal by 1996, department must submit report to legislature by July 1, 1996, detailing the current recycling rate and why the goal was not attained. State has not met the original goal – the 2000 rate of recycling averaged 11-12% statewide. The 2003 recycling rate was approximately 14%. There are no penalties for not meeting the goal; recycling is not mandatory.

  • MISSISSIPPI CODE OF 1972 Title 49

    Catalytic Converter Companies
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    Educational Opportunities

  • Mississippi 2020 Sustainability/Recycling
  • Mississippi Soil and Water Conservation Commission
  • Mississippi State University Recycling

    News
    July 1, 2006 will mark the enactment of several progressive state policies. Among them is Colorado’s HB 1175, the Clean Indoor Air Act, which bans smoking in most indoor public areas and within 15 feet of most entryways to buildings. Mississipi’s Indoor Air Act, HB 162, which prohibits smoking in all enclosed public places, will also take effect. http://www.stateaction.org/blog/?cat=32
    The University of Mississippi is moving toward a creating a campus ... a campus that's more friendly toward the environment. Currently, physical plant employees routinely recycle waste paper, ... to lessen the impact of energy usage, pollution and stormwater runoff to make it a ... http://www.einnews.com/mississippi/news.php?wid=118723505
    The catalytic converters in automobiles can tolerate only trace amounts of sulfur impurities in fuels. Oil refiners use a hydrodesulfurization step to remove aliphatic sulfur compounds, but this process is less effective at removing aromatic sulfur species such as thiophene and its derivatives. Yang et al. (p. 79) show that zeolite molecular sieves containing copper or silver ions reduced the amount of sulfur impurities in a diesel fuel to 0.2 parts per million by weight, which a factor of 30 less than the fuel standard to be imposed in the United States in the next few years.

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