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Auto-Body or Industrial Painting​:​

  • Primarily engaged in: Repair and painting of automobiles and industrial equipment.
  • Typical hazardous waste: paint thinner, paint waste, spray booth filters, absorbents, lead acid batteries and shop rags; may also have parts cleaning machines, used oil, used oil filters, antifreeze and aerosol cleaners


 Automotive or Mechanical Repair:

  • Primarily engaged in: repair of mechanical engines.
  • Typical hazardous waste: parts cleaning machines, used oil, used oil filters, antifreeze, aerosol cleaners, absorbents, lead acid batteries and shop rags; may also have discarded fuel, fuel filters and Freon
     

Automotive Towing:

  • Primarily engaged in: cleaning up all waste and debris from a collision site. Often the will engage in the repair of auto bodies and mechanical engines.
  • Typical hazardous waste: lead weights, absorbents, antifreeze, used oil, parts cleaning machines, used oil filters, aerosol cleaners, lead acid batteries and shop rags; may also have discarded fuel, fuel filters and Freon
     

Golf Courses:​

  • Primarily engaged in: grounds keeping and maintenance of the grounds keeping equipment.
  • Typical hazardous waste: parts cleaning machines, used oil, antifreeze, used oil filters, aerosol cleaners, absorbents, lead acid batteries, rinse water from equipment washing and shop rags; may also have discarded fuel, fuel filters and Freon
     

Marine Repair:​

  • Primarily engaged in: repair of boat engines and/or hulls
  • Typical hazardous waste: parts cleaning machines, used oil, used oil filters, aerosol cleaners, absorbents, lead acid batteries, bilge water, fabrication materials and shop rags; may also have discarded fuel, fuel filters, antifreeze and Freon
     

 Medical and Dental:

  • Primarily engaged in: providing medical services to the public
  • Typical hazardous waste: silver recovery waste (x-ray processing), lead foil packaging, amalgams, solvent, pharmaceuticals, thermometers and disinfectants
     

 Nail/Beauty Salon:

  • Primarily engaged in: beauty services
  • Typical hazardous waste: acetone, nail polish remover, solvent rags/cotton balls; salons that offer tanning may have large quantities of fluorescent bulbs
     

 Pathology Labs:

  • Primarily engaged in: analysis of biological samples
  • Typical hazardous waste: solvents, formalin/formaldehyde, metal based compounds, acids, bases and disinfectants; fully functioning laboratories can have any number of different waste streams


 Pharmaceutical:

  • Primarily engaged in: managing, distributing or formulating pharmaceuticals; medical, dental and veterinary busin​ess may also be engaged in these activities
  • Typical hazardous waste: expired medications, spill clean-up materials, damaged products, solvents or chemical precursors


 Photo Processing:​

  • Primarily engaged in: processing/developing film
  • Typical hazardous waste: developer, stop, fixer and silver recovery waste

 
Printers and Screen Printers:​

  • Primarily engaged in: printing ink onto various mediums
  • Typical hazardous waste: solvents (blanket wash), inks, paints, and solvent rags; may also have photo processing chemicals as described under "Photo Processing" above.


 Veterinary Facilities:​

  • Primarily engaged in: providing medical services for animals
  • Typical hazardous waste: silver recovery waste (X-ray processing), lead foil packaging, solvent, pharmaceuticals, thermometers and disinfectants


 Other:

  • Many other businesses have the potential to generate hazardous waste. If your business does not fit into one of the above categories, it is suggested that you review the "Other" link.​

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