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What Are the 8 RCRA Metals?

Overview According to the Environmental Protection Agency or EPA, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act or RCRA is a federal law that provides a structure for the proper management of hazardous and non-hazardous solid wastes. Its purpose is to give the EPA the authority to handle these waste products – from generation to transportation to

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EPA Hazardous Waste Codes Guide

The US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Hazardous Waste Codes are an important part of the proper management of hazardous waste in the country. But before we go into the codes themselves, it is important to know the foundation of those codes. In this case, we need to have a basic understanding of the Resource Conservation

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Corrosive Chemicals

Everyday, we use various substances that eat away unwanted stuff like mold and mildew. Various industries use these chemicals as catalysts for chemical reactions or to quickly dissolve unwanted materials. Despite their ominous terminology, corrosive chemicals are actually very useful substances. However, we need to identify its hazards so we could establish ways on how

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2021 Paint Waste Disposal Guide

Paint brings colors to the world. We use it to color our houses, buildings, and cars. We use it for our arts, crafts, and hobbies. It’s so common that we often take paint for granted. However, we must remember that paint and its related products are still chemicals and must be handled with care. Most

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Solid Waste Management Guide

What Is Solid Waste? When you throw away your trash, you are actually throwing what is formally called municipal solid waste (MSW). Solid waste refers to a wide range of waste material consisting of useless or unwanted items that the public uses daily. Such waste is often produced from residences as well as commercial, industrial,

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Universal Waste Guide

Overview Waste disposal is a complex process of how-to’s and regulations. This is especially true when it comes to universal waste. The term “universal” alone is such a broad term that does not make the job easier; is why we are here. So, we’ve compiled all the info you need on universal waste. If you’re

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Gasoline Hazardous Disposal Guide

Gasoline, like many other fuels, is a valuable substance; it’s difficult to imagine a world without being fueled by gasoline. However, gasoline that isn’t combusted but introduced into the environment can endanger the environment and public health.  Whether liquid or as a vapor, gasoline is highly flammable and toxic to living organisms. Uncontrolled burning of

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CERCLA Hazardous Substances

Introduction As with other toxic materials, it’s important to know what’s defined as CERCLA hazardous substances. Congress passed the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) or Superfund 40 years ago. The main goals of the 1980 congressional legislation included cleaning up closed/abandoned hazardous waste sites. Such sites pose a serious threat to public

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Fluorescent Tubes Recycling

It is difficult to imagine a world without fluorescent tubes. For years, fluorescent lamps have illuminated our homes, offices, business establishments, and industrial facilities. Eventually, these will soon burn out and need to be recycled or disposed of. But this has to be done the right way, considering that these are classified as hazardous waste.

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Where Can I Take My Household Hazardous Waste?

Household hazardous waste (HHW), sometimes called retail hazardous waste, should be taken to an appropriate waste collection center near you. As they have great potential for environmental danger and bodily harm, hazardous wastes from your home should never be thrown in the regular trash collection and recycle bin. It’s also not safe when strong household

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