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Chemical Test Methods for Designating Dangerous Waste

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
97-407January 1997December 2014
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Author(s) Stone, Alex; Dahlhoff, Leatta; Iwenofu, Samuel
Description This manual is intended for guidance in choosing and conducting methods appropriate for the chemical testing of suspected dangerous wastes.
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Keywords designation, Chemicals, testing, dangerous waste
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Rule Implementation Plan Dangerous Waste Regulations, Chapter 173-303

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Cost Benefit Analysis for the Dangerous waste Regulations Chapter 173-303

Chemical Testing Methods for Designating Dangerous Waste - Appendix - Draft for Public Review