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Hazardous Waste Disposal. September 20, 2011. University Chemical Hygiene Plan 2010 p. 55-56. Bulk Chemical Waste. Containers should not be stacked, instead call for pick-up Separate halogenated from non-h alogenated liquids.

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hazardous waste disposal

Hazardous Waste Disposal

September 20, 2011

University Chemical Hygiene Plan 2010 p. 55-56

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Bulk Chemical Waste

  • Containers should not be stacked, instead call for pick-up
  • Separate halogenated from non-halogenated liquids
  • Containers must be closed at all times during storage, except when waste is being added or removed
  • Syringes should go into trash can after previous removal of hazardous chemicals
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Sharps Disposal

  • Sharps: any material that has the potential to penetrate a trash bag and cut or puncture housekeeping personnel
  • Examples: broken glass, needles, scalpels, etc.
  • All sharps should be disposed by placing these items in a sharps container
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Broken Glass

  • Broken glass should be disposed of in a broken glass container
  • When you are ready for disposal, tape the lid closed and leave it outside the door of the lab
  • Do not overload the box or place any liquid in the box