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Treatment by Generator: Pharmaceutical Waste (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
14-04-009March 2014
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Author(s) Cusack, Thomas
Description This document is for generators interested in treating their dangerous waste pharmaceuticals on site in accumulation containers. Following the standards in this fact sheet and the Technical Information Memorandum (TIM) #96-412, Treatment by Generator, meets the requirement of the Dangerous Waste Regulations, Chapter 173-303 WAC (Ecology publication #92-91) without a permit or other written approval necessary.
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Keywords treatment by generator, dangerous waste management, dangerous waste generators, pharmaceutical waste, hazardous waste
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