antifreeze


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Words related to antifreeze

a liquid added to the water in a cooling system to lower its freezing point

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Store your old antifreeze in the original plastic container and take it to a recycling centre where it will be purified and used again.
Lisa Jones I lost one of my cats on Wednesday to antifreeze poisoning.
Cats are known to like the taste of antifreeze but it can be lethal to them, even if they lick only a small amount spilled on the road.
e company launched a petition - reported in the ECHO - calling on antifreeze manufacturers to add chemicals to their products to make them taste more bitter.
Justin Phillips, marketing manager at White Cross Vets, said: "e antifreeze campaign has been hugely successful but we're still working hard to encourage manufacturers to mask its natural sweet taste.
1 animal exposed to antifreeze, are gulpers and do not take the time to taste things first," Dr.
Vetsure pet insurance's managing director Ashley Gray said: "There is always an increase in cases at vet surgeries at this time of year and there is anecdotal evidence the incidence of antifreeze poisoning seems to be on the increase - especially in cats.
If you suspect your pet has ingested antifreeze, contact your vet immediately.
Each year, up to 90,000 pets are poisoned by ingesting antifreeze that drips onto our garage floors and driveways, or is left in open containers.
Today, all major marketers are placing the bitterant in antifreeze in all 50 states," said Phil Klein, executive vice president, legislative and public affairs for CSPA.
The law, which goes into effect in 90 days, expands a law from 2010 that requires a bittering agent be added to small retail containers of antifreeze.
Prestone launched it's trusted formula in 1927, and for over 85 years has delivered premium antifreeze/coolant to help keep your vehicle running worry-free and has become the leading branded antifreeze.
Propylene glycol is indeed used in antifreeze products and increasingly so because it is far, far safer than ethylene glycol, the classic antifreeze component.
11 October 2012 a[euro]" US recycling technology specialist GlyEco Inc (OTCBB:GLYE) said today it had sealed a deal to take over South Dakota-based waste glycol recycling services provider Antifreeze Recycling Inc from its founder and owner Robert Kolhoff.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 11, 2012-GlyEco signs deal to buy Antifreeze Recycling(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.