M.A.R.S apologizes for our delay in continuing this series; we took a small break to finish our May Adventure Series.
Thank you for following our blog series on clarifying the fables of the amalgam separator industry. As a reminder of our previous blog in this series, we tackled some misinformation regarding ISO standards and compliance testing concerns.
It seems after we debunk one fabrication, another one arises. M.A.R.S hopes eventually our competitors will focus on speaking about the benefits of their own products, or improve on them so they can compete with an ethical decorum, without having to rely on these tiresome slanderous comments. Today, we will move forward by shining a light on a recent piece of misinformation regarding recycling and shipping of the LibertyBOSS.
M.A.R.S has loyal and well educated, Trusted Distributors. We encourage our Distributors to not only carry other brands of amalgam separators but seek information about each system, beyond what we teach them, to ensure they are fully versed in each product. M.A.R.S feels it is important for our Trusted Distributors to supply a variety of amalgam separators, as it carries more weight when they recommend the LibertyBOSS as the best option.
In educating themselves, our Trusted Distributors have been informing us about one particular Sales Representative who has been spreading a rumour that the LibertyBOSS cannot be recycled at the end of its service life.
According to this individual, the weight of the LibertyBOSS is too heavy and contains too much mercury to legally ship and recycle.
M.A.R.S Bio-Med has been servicing the North American Dental Industry for the past 14 years. Throughout the United States, we work with V.A. Hospitals, Military Facilities, Dental Schools, and Dental Practices. In the 14 years of supplying the American Dental Industry, never have we had an issue with shipping or recycling our amalgam separator. M.A.R.S only uses the most reputable and experienced Recycling Companies for the handling and disposal of our LibertyBOSS amalgam separator.
Recycling Restrictions Continued
Follow us next as we divulge in facts that will debunk another fable told by an unethical M.A.R.S competitor.