Chemical Redistribution Program
Environmental Health & Safety operates a Chemical Redistribution Program as part of the overall MU Hazardous Material Services program. The objective is to collect chemicals from those who have no use for them and redistribute them to those who need them. The links below reflect the current inventory of items available, and the last time the inventory was updated appears at the top of the inventory list. The online inventory is organized alphabetically by chemical name (ignoring all non-alphabetic prefixes). Also shown for each chemical entry is the manufacturer name, catalog number, quantity available, and a "reference" which is handy to have when you arrive at the Chemical Redistribution Building.
A map to the Chemical Redistribution Building may be found at the bottom of this page. You will need to go there to pick up the chemicals you want.
These chemicals are available at no charge to MU faculty and staff enrolled in the EHS Registered User program, and they are for University use only. Chemical training must be current, and this will be verified prior to the transfer of chemicals to the RU's inventory. Please follow these instructions for transporting items from the Chemical Redistribution Building.
To obtain additional information on the Chemical Redistribution Program or confirm your enrollment status, contact Environmental Health & Safety at email@example.com or call us at (573) 882-3736.
Hours of Operation
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 - 5:00 PM Monday through Thursday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 - 5:00 PM Friday
Closed Saturday, Sunday, and during EHS staff meetings (usually Wednesday afternoons once a quarter).
Lists of Chemicals Available
Important Notice: You will need your PawPrint (the part of your email address before the "@") and PawPrint Password (the one used to access email and all official MU systems - not the EHS password used on some of our other systems) to access any of the chemical lists below. You should only need to login once per session. Firefox (and some other browsers) may require you to accept a one-time security certificate for authentication.
Alphabetically By First Letter of Chemical Name
(ignoring all non-alphabetic prefixes)