EPA Auto Salvage Guide: Antifreeze
Antifreeze drained from an auto, truck or other engine is considered a waste.
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EPA does not regulate used antifreeze as hazardous waste unless it contains high enough levels of certain metals, such as lead, cadmium or chromium. It can also be a hazardous waste if it has been mixed with other wastes such as solvents or if it has a high pH. If you generate antifreeze, you must evaluate it to determine if it is a hazardous waste. You must also properly manage and dispose of spent antifreeze. Use the EPA Auto Salvage Guide: Antifreeze mobile app to ensure your salvage yard is in compliance. Learn about the Soft Savings to Consider with GoCanvas!
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