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View Resource Dealing With Your Hazardous Waste

Hazardous wastes in an auto collision repair shop go far beyond waste paints and solvents: Rags used for solvent wiping, sponges and mops used for cleaning and spray booth filters are also part of...

http://www.abrn.com/abrn/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=58060
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for California Septic Tanks and Disposal Wells

There is a simple rule for determining when it is OK to put industrial wastewater into a septic system - never. You can dispose of "sanitary wastes" from ordinary lavatory use or hand washing in a...

http://www.ecarcenter.org/ca/ca-septic.htm
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for Iowa Used Oil Filters

In the past, the majority of used oil filters were disposed of in landfills. Today, millions of filters are being recycled. Oil filters are usually made from paper, metal and rubber. Used oil filters...

http://www.ecarcenter.org/ia/ia-usedfil.htm
View Resource Pollution Prevention Fact Sheet: Waste Reduction Tips for Service Stations and Automotive Repair shops

Quick look at materials use and supplies, safety, and waste reduction.

http://www.deq.state.va.us/osba/factsheets/autoserv.html
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for Ohio: Batteries

Used lead acid battery components are toxic and corrosive. Lead and sulfuric acid can contaminate the air, soil and water and can pose a serious health hazard. Batteries are hazardous and they have...

http://www.ecarcenter.org/oh/oh-batteries.htm
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