Dr. Mark Walker, a practicing dentist in Dutton, Ontario, explained how the practice he works at recycles their mercury. “To cut down on mercury waste, we use an amalgam separator, a process which is now mandated by our governing board, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons (RCDS),” Dr. Walker said. “[This process] filters out any mercury that might have previously made its way into the sewage or water system.”


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