Kodak RA2000 - should I bin it?

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Hi Guys

Quick question. I bought a load of darkroom equipment this weekend but I had to take everything. Amongst the chemicals were several cardboard cartons, each with 2 containers, marked Kodak RA2000 Developer and Replenisher (I think they're 4kg packs). Now these are brand new and unopened. I've looked on the Kodak website but can't get clarification as to what material they are used for (obviously some sort of colour RA process). Should a) I just throw them in the bin, b) Do they have any use or c) are there any APUG members in the UK who would like this stuff (just come and collect) plus some Ilford chemicals (I think RT2000).
 
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