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ECAR Fact Sheet for Ohio: Antifreeze

Because of its composition, antifreeze could ordinarily qualify as a hazardous waste in most states. Traces of fuel and small metallic particles from the cooling system, and other trace elements render it a hazardous waste. However, Ohio and most other states exempt it from their hazardous waste disposal rules and requirements with certain stipulations.

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Description Because of its composition, antifreeze could ordinarily qualify as a hazardous waste in most states. Traces of fuel and small metallic particles from the cooling system, and other trace elements render it a hazardous waste. However, Ohio and most other states exempt it from their hazardous waste disposal rules and requirements with certain stipulations.
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Subject
Source Automotive Recyclers Association
Keyword Hazardous waste exemption; Storage and labeling; Record keeping
Selector Jund
Date Of Record Creation 2004-04-15 09:14:31
Date Last Modified 2004-04-15 09:14:31
Language EN
Date Record Checked: 2004-04-15 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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