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Hazardous or toxic waste destruction or containment March listing by industry category 03/10Below are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 03/25/2010 > patent applications in patent subcategories. listing by industry category
20100076244 - Pill catcher: A method for the exclusive and singular treatment of all pharmaceuticals and drugs in any form that have passed their effective date, or are no longer of use to the individual, by mixing the pharmaceuticals and drugs with a granular solidification agent and water to form a non hazardous slurry... Agent: Ms. Frances I. Parrott
20100076245 - Pyromatic resource recovery system: A pyromatic system is used as a recovery system and is constructed to make the porylysis of used tires and other materials economically viable. The heart of the pyromatic system is a special stainless steel alloy reaction chamber which is mounted in a furnace box. The stainless steel alloy is... Agent: Thomas Kaczmarek03/18/2010 > patent applications in patent subcategories. listing by industry category
20100069697 - Radioactive material sequestration: A radioactive material sequestration system may include a radionuclide containment composition dispenser and a sorption based media container. The radionuclide containment composition dispenser may be configured for holding a radionuclide containment composition and be capable of dispensing the radionuclide containment composition to remove radionuclides from a radioactive material. The radionuclide... Agent: George Mason University Office Of Technology Transfer, Msn 5g5
20100069698 - Treatment of nuclear sludge: A method for treating nuclear sludge comprising subjecting the nuclear sludge to a plasma treatment in a plasma chamber to melt at least some of the inorganic components of the sludge, wherein the plasma chamber comprises a crucible having a cooled inner surface, this surface cooled sufficiently such that the... Agent: Senniger Powers LLP
20100069699 - Medical waster disposal apparatus: A medical waste disposal apparatus for receiving and retaining waste articles, such as catheter fittings, and the like, for controlled and facilitated handling and disposal of such waste articles, during and following the performance of treatment procedures on a patient by a practitioner. The waste disposal apparatus includes a first... Agent: Greenberg Traurig, LLP
20100069700 - Method and device for evaporate/reverse osmosis concentrate and other liquid solidification: A Method and Device for solidification of waste liquids and fluids is disclosed, which is particularly well suited to processing radioactive waste fluids. Set forth is a receiving unit or subassembly for housing solidification agent, and one or more manifold units or subassemblies positioned within the receiving unit for providing... Agent: Monroe Alex Brown
20100069701 - Method for disassembling a spray drying system: The present invention relates to a spray drying system provided with a neutralizing system, which system is intended for use in the pharmaceutical industry or in other industries, where the product is e.g. infectious, toxic or highly reactive and constitutes a risk for the surroundings and/or a health risk to... Agent: Sughrue Mion, PLLC
20100069702 - Method of chemical treatment of soils containing hazardous substances susceptible to nucleophillic attack: A method for remediating hazardous materials susceptible to nucleophillic attack is disclosed wherein sodium hydroxide is applied to a treatment zone in situ for raising the pH of the treatment zone to at least about 12.5 so that alkaline hydrolysis effectively breaks down the hazardous substance by replacing a leaving... Agent: Luedeka, Neely & Graham, P.C.03/11/2010 > patent applications in patent subcategories. listing by industry category
20100063344 - Fusion neutron source for fission applications: Disclosed are a hybrid reactor, method, and device for improved nuclear fusion reactors to provide sufficient flux of fast neutrons with sufficient energy to transmutate transuranic wastes from nuclear fission and to be used in improved nuclear fuel cycles so as to effectively reduce the amount radio-toxicity, and the risks... Agent: Ballard Spahr LLP03/04/2010 > patent applications in patent subcategories. listing by industry category
20100056841 - Methods of disposing of sorbent bodies: Methods of disposing of sorbent bodies comprising at least one toxic element which is substantially prevented from leaching into the surrounding environment are disclosed. The at least one toxic element which is prevented from leaching into the surrounding environment may include, for example, mercury, selenium, or both. The methods of... Agent: Corning IncorporatedPrevious industry: Chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds
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