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View Resource 2010 Urban Mobility report

The 2010 Urban Mobility Report provides data on the performance of some elements of the transportation system in 85 urban areas.

http://mobility.tamu.edu/ums/
View Resource Recycling: Fact, Fiction and the Law

A short article that helps an auto repair facility sort through the layers of agencies involved in regulating recycling and waste disposal equipment. Because of the number and type of hazardous...

http://www.abrn.com/abrn/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=36274
View Resource Body Shop Products -- Managing the Impact

When discussing the hazardous products used in auto collision repair, paint and solvents are the first things that come to mind. This site identifies several other potentially hazardous materials...

http://www.sp2.org/newsletters/sp2vol2iss12/sp2vol2iss12topi...
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for Illinois Mercury

Mercury, a silver-colored liquid metal, is extremely toxic to the nervous system and may impair the way we see, hear, walk and talk. When spilled, mercury can evaporate at room temperature and the...

http://www.ecarcenter.org/il/il-mercury.htm
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for California Waste Fuel

Because waste fuel (gasoline or diesel) is flammable, it is classified as a hazardous waste, and you need to manage it according to the hazardous waste rules. This fact sheet will outline the rules...

http://www.ecarcenter.org/ca/ca-wastefuel.htm
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