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Choosing An Analytical Laboratory For Dangerous Waste Testing (Historical)

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
00-04-022August 2000January 2015
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Author(s) Lewis, Aurana
Description Any business that generates waste must determine if it is dangerous waste through a process called designation. Your waste may need analytical testing by a laboratory (lab) to complete designation. Careful planning when choosing an analytical lab can help avoid unnecessary costs.
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Keywords lab analysis, dangerous waste management, designation, dangerous waste regulations, testing
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