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Pollution Prevention in Surface Preparation. Use water-based cleaners Use water-based cleaners to remove stubborn contaminants. New water-based cleaners: Stronger than traditional car wash soap Not as toxic as petroleum-based solvents.

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pollution prevention in surface preparation
Pollution Prevention in Surface Preparation
  • Use water-based cleaners
    • Use water-based cleaners to remove stubborn contaminants.
    • New water-based cleaners:
      • Stronger than traditional car wash soap
      • Not as toxic as petroleum-based solvents.
    • Make sure that the cleaning product is compatible with the surface to be cleaned.

Collision Repair - Surface Preparation 9-1(a)

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Pollution Prevention in Surface Preparation
      • Many water-based cleaners are not recommended for use on water-based or acrylic lacquer finishes.
      • Always consult the product manufacturer for specific information.
  • Use solvent-based cleaners ONLY as a last resort
    • To remove heavy silicon and grease contamination.

Collision Repair - Surface Preparation 9-1(b)

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Pollution Prevention in Surface Preparation
    • Use only sparingly, spot clean.
    • Replace the lid on the solvent containers when not in use.
    • Keep solvent-laden dirty rags in a closed container prior to disposing.
      • may be hazardous (flammable)
  • Avoid painting sequences that require multiple pre-paint cleaning operations.

Collision Repair - Surface Preparation 9-1(c)

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Pollution Prevention in Surface Preparation
  • Conserve water when washing vehicles
      • Install water saving devices such as pressure-increasing nozzles
  • Discharge wastewater to the city sewer.
  • Do not dump wastewater outdoors
  • Do not discharge to a septic system or storm drain.

Collision Repair - Surface Preparation 9-1(d)

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Pollution Prevention in Surface Preparation
  • Reduce waste by using launderable cloth rags instead of disposable ones for surface cleaning.
    • All rags should be sized for the job -- cutting rags in half or in quarters can reduce waste.

Collision Repair - Surface Preparation 9-1(e)

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Wastes Generated in Surface Preparation
  • Wastewater & Sludge
    • May contain grease, oil, dirt, soaps and solvents.
  • Rags
    • May contain grease, paint, and solvents.
  • Solvents Cleaners
  • Paint Strippers & Paint Dust

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