Hazardous Waste Exchange
Hazardous Waste Exchange has no subcategories
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Programs that serve as information clearinghouses and link commercial enterprises that want to obtain particular hazardous substances with organizations that want to recycle them. Substances typically exchanged include acids, alkalis, solvents, oils, waxes, metals, metal sludges and other organic and inorganic byproducts of industrial processes. Also included are programs, often connected to hazardous waste collection sites, that allow residents to pick up partially used items such as paint, cleaning supplies, pesticides, home improvement products and automotive fluids that have been dropped off by others.
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