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Hazardous Materials Disposal Guide - Oregon State University

Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon 97331 Phone: 541-737-2273

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State of Oregon: Hazardous Waste - Hazardous Waste ...

Small quantity generator handbook: How to Reduce, Identify, Store and Dispose of Hazardous Waste in Oregon The purpose of this Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generator Handbook is to provide information to business, industry, and public agencies that may generate small quantities (more than 220 but less than 2,200 pounds of hazardous waste per month) of hazardous waste, and to inform them

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State of Oregon: Hazardous Waste - Hazardous Waste

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is authorized by the federal Environmental Protection Agency to regulate hazardous waste in Oregon. Proper hazardous waste management is an integral part of protecting Oregon's land, air, and water systems.

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Household Hazardous Waste - State of Oregon

Why is household hazardous waste a problem? Small quantities of hazardous materials are common in the homes of most Oregonians. Examples include pesticides, herbicides, poisons, corrosives, solvents, fuels, paints, motor oil, antifreeze, and mercury and mercury-containing wastes.

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Oregon Occupational Safety and Health : Hazardous waste ...

Jul 24, 2013  HAZWOPER refers to the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response standard: 1910.120 (Division 2, Subdivision H). HAZWOPER is a complex standard – even explaining it is challenging. HAZWOPER protects employees who may be exposed to hazardous substances during cleanup work, at hazardous waste facilities, or when they respond to emergencies.

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State of Oregon: Hazardous Waste - Household Hazardous ...

24 行  For more information contact your local solid waste collection company: Rogue Disposal and

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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON HAZARDOUS MATERIALS GUIDE

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON HAZARDOUS MATERIALS GUIDE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911 COMMUNICATION EMERGENCY RESPONSE CENTER (CERC) 541-346-2919 (For non-emergency fire, medical, hazardous materials spill or security incidents) SPILL RESPONSE When a hazardous material spill occurs, or if it is unknown if the material is

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Small Quantitiy Hazardous Waste Generator Handbook -

i OREGON DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Hazardous Waste Program 700 NE Multnomah Street, Suite 600 Portland, Oregon 97232-4100 503-229-5696 or

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Household Hazardous Waste - State of Oregon

Why is household hazardous waste a problem? Small quantities of hazardous materials are common in the homes of most Oregonians. Examples include pesticides, herbicides, poisons, corrosives, solvents, fuels, paints, motor oil, antifreeze, and mercury and mercury-containing wastes.

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Waste Disposal - Oregon State University

Chemical Waste Old, outdated, and off spec chemicals need to be disposed of properly. Keeping old chemi-cals around is dangerous and takes up space. EHS will collect, process and dispose of your old hazardous chemicals. Original chemical manufacturer labels are acceptable for identification. Hazardous Waste Disposal Guide ver 2-20145 6 1

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Oregon Occupational Safety and Health : Hazardous waste ...

Jul 24, 2013  HAZWOPER refers to the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response standard: 1910.120 (Division 2, Subdivision H). HAZWOPER is a complex standard – even explaining it is challenging. HAZWOPER protects employees who may be exposed to hazardous substances during cleanup work, at hazardous waste facilities, or when they respond to emergencies.

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Metro South: Garbage, recycling, hazardous waste disposal ...

Jun 26, 2020  Search Metro's online database for other hazardous waste disposal options near you. If you live in Oregon outside Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington counties, call 1-800-RECYCLE (1-800-732-9253) for household hazardous waste information in your community. How to prep your hazardous waste

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Household Hazardous Waste - Washington County, Oregon

Common hazardous products: Understand what household products are hazardous and how to handle them, from Metro; Neighborhood collection events: Free household hazardous waste collection events in the region; Hazardless Home Handbook: Guide to hazardous products and effective alternatives, from Metro; Unwanted medication and sharps

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Oregon Health Authority : Disposal of Radioactive Waste ...

Decay-In-Storage. Information to be submitted when requesting amendment to dispose of radioactive waste by decay-in-storage method: 1) Please submit a diagram of the area where the waste will be decayed-in-storage.Show the type, location, and thickness of shielding that you will have available in this area of your diagram.

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Household Hazardous Waste - Marion County, Oregon

Business Hazardous Waste is also accepted at the HHW. Hazardous Waste from small businesses or Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators (CESQG) can use the facility; however they will be charged by the pound of hazardous waste ($104.45 minimum, $2.80/lb for non Mercury materials and $87/per gallon for Mercury items).

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Hazardous Waste Rogue Disposal Recycling

May 08, 2021  While these materials are not accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste Event, many of them can be recycled for a fee at the Transfer Station. Learn more. What about paint? We do not accept paint at this event. Thanks to an Oregon law enacted in 2010, there are now local paint stores that will accept your latex and oil-based paints year-round.

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Hazardous Waste Disposal Guide

According to the EPA, each US household produces an average of 20 lbs. of hazardous waste per year, for a total of 530,000 tons! Improper disposal can harm sanitation workers, pollute drinking water and harm the environment. That’s why it is important to minimize the use of hazardous materials and dispose of it properly. A product is ...

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Special Waste Contaminated Materials Rogue Disposal ...

Dry Creek Landfill is not permitted to accept hazardous waste. Certain materials may be difficult to classify, so we follow a special waste management plan that focuses on characterizing particular waste streams. In some cases, testing is required in order to help typify the waste stream to determine if we can accept the material for disposal.

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Waste Disposal Guide Rogue Disposal Recycling

Overview Trash Drop-Off Recycling Depot Yard Debris Drop-Off Demolition Remodel Debris Hazardous Waste Landscape Material Resources Overview Collection Schedule Waste Disposal Guide Education Frequently Asked Questions Special Waste

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Hazardous Waste Collection Deschutes County Oregon

Solid Waste (541) 317-3163 Phone (541) 388-6599 Recorded Info. (541) 317-3959 Fax. Knott Recycling Center (541) 388-1910

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for LANE COUNTY

Electronic Waste (E-Waste) Disposal 32. Fluorescent Light Bulb Disposal 32. Green Cleaning 28. Hazardous Waste Disposal 29. Household Batteries 33. Paint Disposal Recycling 31. Prescription Medication Disposal 30 . Recycle Right! Dangers of Lithium Ion. Batteries 33. Sharps Disposal 31. Yard Garden Pages 34-35. Composting at Home — Reduce ...

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Household Hazardous Waste Clatsop County Oregon

Household Hazardous Waste Facility - VIRTUAL TOUR. The Clatsop County Household Hazardous Waste Program offers free disposal of toxic, flammable and corrosive materials at its new HHW collection facility in Astoria. The facility is located at 1780 Williamsport Road, next to the Recology Western Oregon waste transfer station.

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Waste Disposal - Oregon State University

Chemical Waste Old, outdated, and off spec chemicals need to be disposed of properly. Keeping old chemi-cals around is dangerous and takes up space. EHS will collect, process and dispose of your old hazardous chemicals. Original chemical manufacturer labels are acceptable for identification. Hazardous Waste Disposal Guide ver 2-20145 6 1

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Oregon Occupational Safety and Health : Hazardous waste ...

Jul 24, 2013  HAZWOPER refers to the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response standard: 1910.120 (Division 2, Subdivision H). HAZWOPER is a complex standard – even explaining it is challenging. HAZWOPER protects employees who may be exposed to hazardous substances during cleanup work, at hazardous waste facilities, or when they respond to emergencies.

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Metro South: Garbage, recycling, hazardous waste disposal ...

Jun 26, 2020  Search Metro's online database for other hazardous waste disposal options near you. If you live in Oregon outside Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington counties, call 1-800-RECYCLE (1-800-732-9253) for household hazardous waste information in your community. How to prep your hazardous waste

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Household Hazardous Waste - Washington County, Oregon

Common hazardous products: Understand what household products are hazardous and how to handle them, from Metro; Neighborhood collection events: Free household hazardous waste collection events in the region; Hazardless Home Handbook: Guide to hazardous products and effective alternatives, from Metro; Unwanted medication and sharps

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Household Hazardous Waste - Marion County, Oregon

Business Hazardous Waste is also accepted at the HHW. Hazardous Waste from small businesses or Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators (CESQG) can use the facility; however they will be charged by the pound of hazardous waste ($104.45 minimum, $2.80/lb for non Mercury materials and $87/per gallon for Mercury items).

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Hazardous Waste Disposal Oregon - HWH Environmental

Companies requiring hazardous waste disposal or non-hazardous waste disposal in Oregon have a variety of options for disposal, removal, and transport. Simply contact us today at 1-877-777-6708 or email us for your next project, and our waste experts will assess your needs and provide the best option for quick pick-up and removal.

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2021 Hazardous Waste Disposal Guide - ACTenviro

Mar 01, 2021  Further, all other hazardous waste including pharmaceutical waste and household hazardous waste known to come in contact with any COVID-19 patient are to be routed to disposal facilities with the proper permits. If you have any concerns in regards to COVID-19 hazardous waste disposal, you can seek proper advice from your local state agencies.

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Hazardous Waste Disposal Guide

According to the EPA, each US household produces an average of 20 lbs. of hazardous waste per year, for a total of 530,000 tons! Improper disposal can harm sanitation workers, pollute drinking water and harm the environment. That’s why it is important to minimize the use of hazardous materials and dispose of it properly. A product is ...

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Household Hazardous Waste Clatsop County Oregon

Household Hazardous Waste Facility - VIRTUAL TOUR. The Clatsop County Household Hazardous Waste Program offers free disposal of toxic, flammable and corrosive materials at its new HHW collection facility in Astoria. The facility is located at 1780 Williamsport Road, next to the Recology Western Oregon waste transfer station.

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Special Waste Contaminated Materials Rogue Disposal ...

Dry Creek Landfill is not permitted to accept hazardous waste. Certain materials may be difficult to classify, so we follow a special waste management plan that focuses on characterizing particular waste streams. In some cases, testing is required in order to help typify the waste stream to determine if we can accept the material for disposal.

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Common hazardous products Metro

Practice safe disposal. Many products should be taken to a hazardous waste disposal site. For disposal options outside the Portland metropolitan area, call your garbage hauler, local government office or the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. Search Metro's online database for disposal options near you

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Neighborhood collection events Metro

Due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, no Metro household hazardous waste collection events are currently scheduled. Metro Central and Metro South transfer stations are open at this time to accept household hazardous waste. If you have questions about safe storage and disposal of common hazardous products, ask Metro at 503-234-3000.

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Oregon Hazardous Waste Disposal and Radioactive Disposal ...

Hazardous Waste Disposal in Oregon, OH ... Oregon, OH Hazardous Waste Guide For Homeowners It is an unfortunate fact that many of the people that reside in the Oregon, OH area have a hard time trying to figure out what kinds of items are regarded as being hazardous. To simplify things, we chose to put the kinds of hazardous waste found in ...

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Tillamook Hazardous Waste Disposal – Tillamook, Oregon ...

At Dispose Hazardous Waste, we can handle any type of hazardous waste ranging from e waste and computer disposal to oil recycling and fluorescent light bulb recycling. A Few Guidelines on Handling Tillamook, OR Hazardous Chemicals No matter where you reside in Tillamook, Oregon you are bound to have some type of hazardous waste in your home.

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