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Hazardous Waste: More Common Than You Think

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
91-12aJanuary 1991March 2004
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Author(s) Rice, Darin
Description This report identifies businesses that generate hazardous waste and gives examples of the different categories of hazardous waste. It also offers suggestions about reducing and recycling hazardous waste. This information is now available online at www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/hwtr/manage_waste/index_general.html.
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Keywords hazardous, hazardous waste, management, waste
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