MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE HANDLING, CLASSIFICATION AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
In terms of Section 20 of the Environment Conservation Act, 1989 (Act 73 of 1989), waste can only be disposed of at a waste disposal facility that has a permit issued by the Minister of Water Affairs & Forestry. Such a facility must be sited, designed, operated and monitored strictly in accordance with the permit conditions. These conditions will include the requirements, standards and procedures set out in the Department's Waste Management Series, "Minimum Requirements" documents.
Technologies and Management Strategies for Hazardous Waste Control
Newly established Federal regulations for hazardous waste management facilities may not effectively detect, prevent, or control hazardous releases, especially over the longer term. Moreover, some regulatory standards and controls will be set by State authorities, who may not have the resources to make technically complex decisions, Consistent levels of protection nationwide are not assured.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DISPOSAL GUIDE
Hazardous wastes include a broad range of materials such as manufacturing residues from researchers (e.g. waste acids, contaminated oils and complex chemicals), biomedical wastes, photo-finishing chemicals, waste pesticides, PCBs, motor oil, unused cleaning products and discarded batteries. These wastes require special handling to reduce adverse effects to human health and the environment.
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Best Management Practices for Hazardous Dental Waste Disposal
There are a number of hazardous dental wastes that, when disposed improperly, could cause harm to the environment. The purpose of this document is to minimize the release of hazardous wastes to the environment by encouraging dental offices to use the "best possible practice" for waste management. The following document includes some "Best Management Practices" (BMPs) and some "Good Management Practices" (GMPs) for your office to use as a guide for hazardous waste disposal. There are also some "Don'ts" listed to illustrate those waste disposal practices that are prohibited. Ensuring that the hazardous wastes are managed properly in Nova Scotia is in everyone's best interest. Like our role in providing dentistry, prevention of the problem is the key. The disposal of hazardous wastes in Nova Scotia is a Government regulated process that requires the dental office team to fully understand the facts about proper waste management.
HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL POLICY / PROCEDURES
The purpose of the following policy and procedures is to ensure that all hazardous waste is properly and safely managed, from its generation through handling, storage, and preparation for transportation. This policy covers the responsibilities of both the individuals generating the waste (i.e. laboratory personnel) and the Environmental Services Group (i.e. Rutgers Environmental Health & Safety). The management of hazardous waste shall be conducted in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.
Hazardous Chemicals Handbook
The aim of this book remains as for the first edition, namely to provide an initial point of ready reference for the identification of hazards and precautions for dangerous chemicals. It is targeted not only at those in the chemical and process industries, but also anyone likely to work with chemicals within industry and in the service sector, e.g. hospitals, universities, research laboratories, engineering, agriculture, etc.
Hazardous Waste Management Guidebook
The scope of this document covers the hazardous waste management, training, and disposal requirements specified by the USEPA and NYSDEC for laboratory personnel. Specifically, this document is designed to comply with the regulations given in 40 CFR 260-272 by the USEPA and 6 NYCRR Part 373 by NYSDEC for satellite accumulation areas managed by employees of the UB North and South campuses.
Industrial Waste Treatment Handbook
This book has been developed with the intention of providing an updated primary reference for environmental managers working in industry, environmental engineering consultants, graduate students in environmental engineering, and government agency employees concerned with wastes from industries.
Identification of Hazardous Waste Streams their Characterization and Waste Reduction Options in Dyes & Dye Intermediate Sector
In order to provide technical assistance and information needed for identification of hazardous waste streams, its characterisation and waste management practices by industry, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has taken up a project on "Identification of Hazardous Waste Streams, their Characterisation and Waste Reduction Options in Dyes & Dye Intermediate Sector" in collaboration with the National Chemical Laboratory (NCL), Pune.
Managing Your Hazardous Waste: A Guide for Small Businesses
Does your business generate hazardous waste? Many small businesses do. If you need help understanding which federal hazardous waste management regulations apply to your business, this handbook is for you. It has been prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help small-business owners and operators understand how best to comply with federal hazardous waste management regulations.
Hazardous and Industrial Waste Management
This publication has been prepared as a result of a multicountry project within the PHARE environment statistics support programme, addressed to the EU Accession Countries. This project was divided into two phases. Phase I of this project dealt with municipal waste.