How to Dispose of Ammonia?

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To dispose of ammonia, dilute it with an extensive amount of water. Once finished, pour it down the drain rather than exposing it to soil.
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To dispose of household products like ammonia, bleach or any cleaning products the best way is to dilute it in a lot of water and dump it down the drain.
Ammonia is a toxic waste and, therefore, must be disposed of properly. Whether it's straight ammonia or a cleaner containing it, a good way to dispose of it is to flush it down the drain with a lot of water. Only do this if on a sewer system, however. When the container is empty, rinse it before discarding. Be cautious of splashes and be very careful not to mix ammonia-based cleaners with chlorine bleaches, which will produce a poisonous gas.
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