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  • Hazardous Material Shipping Regulations
    It is unfortunate, although not without merit, that 95% of our products have been deemed hazardous by the Department of Transportation (DOT). This leaves the chemical industry paying significant shipping charges in respect to an inexpensive (but highly technical) consumable product. [ Penalties
  • The Handbook of Hazardous Materials Spills Technology
    The Handbook of Hazardous Materials Spills Technology. As an all-new update to the classic Hazmat reference book, this text addresses issues such as International law and regulations, risk assessment, biological effects, spill modeling, and more.
  • Product Specifications: Hazardous Materials Identification System
    The Hazardous Materials Identification System was developed by the American Coatings Association to aid compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations.
  • Can regulation alone bring safer products?
    to be detailed and revealing, though they are often superficial. This may be one reason accidents involving products are often blamed on improperly done or inadequate risk assessments. Other EU directives help protect workers from hazardous chemicals by requiring companies using the materials to perform
  • Hazmat Packaging Guide
    References for all Hazardous Materials Performance Packaging Standards and Tests can be found in the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49, Part 178.
  • Feature Article - Environmental Safety for Moldmakers - 03/01
    wastes included in the hazardous waste regulations - 40 CFR 261.31. These wastes are from non-specific sources such as degreasing operations using chlorinated solvents like trichloroethylene; or flamm-able and toxic materials such as acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, toluene and xylene. While
  • Designs that won't go up in smoke
    Flammability standards help designers steer clear of potentially hazardous materials. But flame tests can be a source of confusion when comparing elastomeric materials. Edited by Jean M. Hoffman The materials used in this rail car complied with flammability specifications. But geometric quirks
  • Volatile Organic Compounds
    of the 1970 law occurred with the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments, which are often referred to as the 1990 Clean Air Act. These revisions increased efforts to reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and hazardous air pollutants (HAP'S). Facilities releasing materials into the air must have

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