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The distinguished Prof. Parry is past President of the American Chemical Society and Dr. Fletcher's ( NASA ) primary consultant for the HF factor in the solid rocket propellant, making it possible to reach the moon.

For confirmation of pHluorus being non injurious to tile or grout, refer to last two paragraphs of this report. In same paragraphs, is the establishment of the fluorination and microbiofrenical factors.

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VIIIDisposal of Waste pHluorus Solutions (Click here for EPA approval Letter)

Addition of powdered chalk or finely ground limestone of commercial

technical grade calcium carbonate will react with the solution to form fluorapatite

plus calcium carbonate.  This process removes the fluoride and the phosphate from

the solution.  The water coming off after one or two treatments should be

drinkable (but I wouldn't recommend it).  The solid fluorapatite can be buried. 

Fluorapatite is a common mineral in our western hills.

 

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