Question about Lakewood Oil-Filled Electric Radiator Heater
I live in austin, texas and nobody - not the city, not the manufacturer, not the landfill companies - seems to know how to dispose of these safely, or indeed whether they can be disposed of safely. hazardous waste won't even take it. they seem like a common product but their safe disposal is an area of almost universal ignorance. they are a sealed unit and cannot be emptied without rupturing or piercing the body. does anyone have any answers.
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