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07-24-2013 04:05 AM
Chemical disposal when using rotary cleaners on driveways

Hi All (newbee)

Glad to find the forum, looks great.

I'm looking at starting a driveway cleaning company in Portsmouth, England using rotary cleaners. The guys over here chemically treat the drives to remove weeds etc, come back and clean the drive with rotary cleaners then make a further visit to sand any joints and seal driveway.

All the chemicals advertise as harmfull and 'Don't empty to drains' but I can't get any answers as how the debris is being disposed of whilst still complying with all the safety stuff guidelines?

If you could help me understand a little more I would be grateful.

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