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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 materials commonly used in auto collision repair operations, the industry is scrutinized and forced to comply with a myriad of regulations from a number of governmental agencies. The common denominator facing all these and like businesses is keeping up with all the changes in the regulations and the confusion surrounding which agency’s rules should be followed.

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Description 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 materials commonly used in auto collision repair operations, the industry is scrutinized and forced to comply with a myriad of regulations from a number of governmental agencies. The common denominator facing all these and like businesses is keeping up with all the changes in the regulations and the confusion surrounding which agency’s rules should be followed.

Classification
Date Issued 2002-10-01
Subject
Source Automotive Body Repair News
Keyword Auto collision repair; Waste stream; Resource Conservation and Recovery Act; RCRA; Occupational Safety and Health Act; OSHA; Environmental Protection Agency; EPA; Department of Transportation; DOT; Car repair
Selector Jund
Date Of Record Creation 2004-09-15 10:06:41
Date Last Modified 2004-09-15 11:38:00
Creator Essig, Marcus
Language EN
Date Record Checked: 2004-09-15 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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