Feb 27, 2020

Dispose of Hazardous Waste

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#Recognize everyday hazardous products. It is common to come into contact with hazardous waste without ever knowing it. Take a look at the following list of common products that shouldn’t be thrown away normally:[[Image:Dispose of Hazardous Waste Step 4 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Recognize everyday hazardous products. It is common to come into contact with hazardous waste without ever knowing it. Take a look at the following list of common products that shouldn’t be thrown away normally:[[Image:Dispose of Hazardous Waste Step 4 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*Automotive products. This includes antifreeze, fluids, [[Dispose of Motor Oil|motor oils]], and gasoline.
 
#*Automotive products. This includes antifreeze, fluids, [[Dispose of Motor Oil|motor oils]], and gasoline.
#*Batteries
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#*[[Dispose of Alkaline Batteries|Batteries]]
 
#*Fluorescent light bulbs. Many of the older models contain mercury.
 
#*Fluorescent light bulbs. Many of the older models contain mercury.
 
#*Household cleaners. This includes [[Dispose of Ammonia|ammonia]], drain cleaner, and rust remover.
 
#*Household cleaners. This includes [[Dispose of Ammonia|ammonia]], drain cleaner, and rust remover.


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