Finally, and emphasizing the practical nature of this event, Deborah Maxwell of intellectual property specialist Potter Clarkson spoke about ways to protect developments and to exploit such protection once it was in place. This topic provoked great interest during the Berlin event and has already been the subject of an article ( Protecting cutting-edge ideas and maximizing their benefits ) posted on this site. Two more articles from Deborah will follow, and more detailed analyses of the other important discussions noted above will appear in a series of articles on this site over the coming months, as well as in a special supplement of the magazine Technical Textiles International to be published early next year. The International Conference on Textile Coating and Laminating will return in about eighteen months and full details will appear on this site as soon as they are known.
Having achieved this set-up, you will note that the CRC is significantly reduced. At this point your operation will be left with only two (2) bags/entrant of waste that can be sealed and removed with any other waste from the site by the contracting Environmental Waste removal company. The main point of contention is the probable contaminated CPC is transported to a TSD facility rather than returning to your uncontaminated facility. This process of “Dry” decontamination will reduce cross contamination while utilizing manpower for remediation techniques to better control the environmental hazard. In many cases when materials are easily identified this can at least enable your team to divide large amounts of decontamination gear into two (2) separate response vehicles, one for HSR and one for LSR materials. This can not only increase your response options for multiple incidents, but create a work site less littered with unessential equipment for responders to “sort through.”
Be aware that, “The distinction between a quinolone drug and a fluoroquinolone drug is the addition of the fluorine atom to the pharmcore, resulting in a fluorinated drug. The terms fluoroquinolone and quinolone are often used interchangeably, without regard to this distinction” From Fluoroquinolone Toxicity . Even more importantly, it’s vital to understand that Half of All Antibiotic Use is Unnecessary , so be aware and read the rest of this site to understand the dangers involved when you take these drugs, and what you can do to avoid being prescribed these drugs unnecessarily.