Personal Chemicals Cleanup (11/15/07)/Yellow Cabinets/Sharps Waste/

Mary Tang mtang at stanford.edu
Wed Oct 24 10:05:25 PDT 2007


Greetings labmembers:

A few announcements:

1.  Personal Chemicals in the Flammables Cabinet:  If you have your own 
resists, developers, polymers, and other personal chemicals stored in 
the small Flammables cabinet in the service area, please be aware that 
there will be a cleanup on Nov. 15.  Any items that are not properly 
labeled or have a date from 2006 or earlier or do not have a date will 
be removed and disposed of.  If you are still using such chemicals, make 
sure to relabel before Nov. 15.

2.  The Lab Flammables cabinets which hold the standard litho chemicals 
and solvents have been moved to L117.  When not in use, the stainless 
carts are kept there as well.  This area has better temperature control, 
which should improve the performance and lifetime of the resists, not to 
mention, is more conveniently located for labmembers. (Gee, great idea, 
why didn't we do this years ago?  Oh, there was that implanter there...) 
  Many thanks to Mario, Ray, Mike, Gary, & Elmer for this nice, new 
arrangement!

3.  The Sharps Waste container is still located next to the standard 
Flammables cabinets -- but now this is in L117 as well.  Please don't 
leave broken wafers in the service area.

Thanks for your attention --

Your SNF staff


-- 
Mary X. Tang, Ph.D.
Stanford Nanofabrication Facility
CIS Room 136, Mail Code 4070
Stanford, CA  94305
(650)723-9980
mtang at stanford.edu
http://snf.stanford.edu





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