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Focus on: Treatment by Aldehyde Deactivation

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24-04-010April 2024
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description If your site treats dangerous waste, the regulations require you to obtain a permit. However, Ecology allows generators to conduct certain types of waste treatment in accumulation tanks and containers instead. This focus sheet explains how to treat your waste through on-site deactivation of spent aldehyde wastes in accumulation tanks or containers.
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Keywords treatment by generator, dangerous waste management, dangerous waste regulations, hazardous waste, treatment, waste treatment, hazardous waste management, dangerous waste, aldehyde deactivation
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