X hits on this document

PDF document

Laboratory Pollution Prevention (P2) - page 6 / 12

48 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

6 / 12

Aerosol Can Questions continued from page 6

Example of How to Determine if Your Aerosol Can is Empty

You are disposing of an aerosol can containing product and propellant

yes

Is the propellant hazardous waste?

no

Is the can at atmospheric pressure?

no

Propellant is not regulated as a hazardous waste

yes

Propellant is not subject to the hazardous waste rules

Can is not empty, and therefore must be managed as a hazardous waste until is reaches atmospheric pressure

Is the product a hazardous waste?

yes

no

Product is subject to the hazardous waste rules until the can meets OAC rule 3745-51-07

Product is not regulated as a hazardous waste

Is the can itself a hazardous waste?

yes

no

Subject to the hazardous waste rules unless recycled

Not subject to the hazardous waste rules. It is still recommended that you recycle the can

Notifier-Winter 2006

6

top

Document info
Document views48
Page views48
Page last viewedFri Jan 20 18:27:19 UTC 2017
Pages12
Paragraphs322
Words4667

Comments