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    The drum is disposed of/off site when full of liquid ?

    Is it dispose of site/off site or off-site ?

    The drum is disposed of/off site when full of liquid ?

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    #2

    Re: The drum is disposed of/off site when full of liquid ?

    It is disposed of off-site.

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    Re: The drum is disposed of/off site when full of liquid ?

    'dispose of off-site' sounds a bit strange.
    Let see what other readers think about it.

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    #4

    Re: The drum is disposed of/off site when full of liquid ?

    Does 'dispose of it away from the site' sound good?

    Not a teacher.

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    Re: The drum is disposed of/off site when full of liquid ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    Does 'dispose of it away from the site' sound good?

    Not a teacher.
    It's OK, but "off-site" is more concise and contrasts nicely with "on-site."

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    Re: The drum is disposed of/off site when full of liquid ?

    Quote Originally Posted by atiq124 View Post
    'Dispose of off-site' sounds a bit strange.
    Let see what other readers think about it.
    Most native speakers will think it's just fine, atiq.

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