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Disposal Options and Requirements for Polychlorinated Biphenyl Waste

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24-04-027May 2024
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description This guide describes how to properly dispose of four types of potential PCB wastes in Washington found at sites carrying out PCB abatement activities during demolition, renovation, and remediation. The four types of waste are: PCB bulk product wastes, PCBs in liquid, PCB articles, and PCB remediation wastes.
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Keywords sludge, PCB, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), wpcb, toxics, chemical, waste, spills, sewage, PCBs, landfill, light ballasts, building materials, hydraulic, bushings, capacitors, Toxic Substances Control Act, transformers, TSCA
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