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Shop Guide for Dangerous Waste Management Mobile App

Your business is responsible for complying with the laws about the safe handling and disposal of your waste. Hazardous waste and other kinds of waste with certain criteria are called dangerous waste. The process of knowing whether you have dangerous waste is called designation. The Shop Guide for Dangerous Waste Management mobile app mentions common wastes, but you may have other types of wastes or mixtures that are not described here. Designation is a big part of knowing how to handle your waste. You must designate all of your waste streams to determine whether they are dangerous. Stop searching through file cabinets. Access your data easily with the GoCanvas Cloud.

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    Sink-type parts washers used for cleaning smaller parts and tools have solvent tanks that usually...

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    Mineral spirits

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    Stoddard solvent

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    Petroleum naphtha

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    Citrus-based solvent

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    These spent solvents are usually ignitable, toxic, or pick up hazardous material such as heavy me...

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    Keep different types of solvents in separate, labeled, closed containers.

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    Don’t mix solvents with any other waste.

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    Don’t mix solvents into used oil.

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    Don’t use spray cans over solvent tanks; it can contaminate the solvent in the tank.

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    To reduce the amount of dangerous waste from parts washers:

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    Make solvent last longer by pre-cleaning parts with a rag or brush to remove the heaviest dirt.

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    Make sure the solvent is actually too dirty to use before replacing it with new solvent.

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    Keep the lid closed when not in use.

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    Use a water-based cabinet-type parts washer if appropriate.

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    If you’re getting a parts washer, choose one with an attached still or cartridge filter.

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    Aerosol cans are not dangerous waste if they are used until empty, with the exception of cans tha...

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    You have two options for disposing of aerosol cans with hazardous contents:

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    Send the can with its contents to a permitted dangerous waste facility.

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    Puncture the can with a commercial puncturing device.

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    Dangerous waste aerosol cans with liquid or drained contents must be accumulated, counted, labele...

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    Check labels and Safety Data Sheets (formerly Material Safety Data Sheets or MSDS) to make sure t...

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    Shop towels (towels, wipes, or rags) containing solvents, paints, stains, inks, or other chemical...

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    Note: used towels containing oil or solvents can spontaneously start fires even when no flame is ...

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    If you send your soiled cloth towels to a permitted commercial laundry, and you handle them prope...

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    To recycle your towels through a laundry, you must follow these guidelines:

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    Remove free liquids before tossing soiled shop towels in containers.

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    Do not dispose of solvents by pouring them into containers of used shop towels.

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