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Automotive -- Hazardous Materials

View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for Minnesota: Shop towels

Shop towels, those typically used in automotive repair facilities, are generally not thought of as a hazardous material or waste. However, they must be managed correctly and picked up for laundering...
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for Ohio: 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...
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet: Used Oil handling and disposal: Minnesota

Used oil is not inherently hazardous, but if it contains certain additives, or if it has become contaminated with other solvents, it can fall under hazardous waste disposal regulations. EPA and...
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