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Labeling Dangerous Laboratory Waste - 8.5 x 11

Publication number Date Published
23-04-051September 2023
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description This small poster shows how dangerous laboratory waste containers must be labeled to comply with state and federal regulations. Inadequate labeling is the most common dangerous waste violation found during compliance inspections. It is also one of the easiest violations to fix.
NOTES Format: 8.5 x ll inches
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Keywords accumlation area, labeling containers, dangerous waste management, labeling, accumulation, hazard, hazardous, dangerous, hazardous waste, lab, laboratory, hazardous waste management, dangerous waste, label
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