Managing Waste In California. Prepared by: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Environmental Health and Safety Office. California Hazardous Waste. Hazardous waste is defined under California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 8, Section 66261.20 a as follows:
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1. It is ignitible;
2. It is corrosive;
3. It is reactive; or
4. It is toxic.
1. To pose a lower risk than other hazardous waste;
2. To be generated by a wide variety of people; and
3. To have reduced management requirements,
including hazardous waste manifesting regulations.
Lights, Batteries, and Electronics (Hazardous)
Mercury-Containing Items (Hazardous)
Household and Landscaping Chemicals (Hazardous)
Paints and Solvents
Building or Construction Materials (Hazardous)
Automotive-Related Recyclable Items