Sam and Steven went through the shelf in Rm 213 to the left of the door and determined which kits were worth saving.
The kits and chemicals that were expired/no longer used need to be taken out and disposed as hazardous waste. Since there were upwards of 70 various-sized plastic bottles, I had to call the Environmental Health & Safety to find out what needed to be done in circumstances such as this. Here is a document detailing what I did with links to forms and the website.
Then I labeled the shelves and took an inventory of the kits we’re keeping.
I shipped off some Coho liver samples and rainbow trout tissue samples to a scientist at Rutgers.
And I have been continuing the oyster seed morphology measurements. The end is nearly in sight.