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					Hazardous Waste Policies
          and
  Procedures Manual




Prepared by California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
        Environmental Health & Safety Department
                3801 West temple Avenue
                 Pomona, California 91768
                   Phone: (909) 869-3695
                    Fax: (909) 869-4698
             http://www.csupomona.edu/~ehs

                 Revision: March 18, 2009
             Filename: HazWasteManual.doc


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                                                 Table of Contents


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1.0      Policy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    1
2.0      Purpose. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       1
3.0      Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      1
4.0      Responsibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         2
5.0      Specific Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             5
6.0      Employee Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             14
7.0      Recordkeeping and Labeling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    15
8.0      References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         15
Appendix A - Hazardous Waste Tracking Form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             16
Appendix B - Satellite Accumulation Inspection Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                              17
Appendix C – Acutely & California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                          18
Appendix D – Requirements for Incompatible Waste . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               47
Appendix E – Hazardous Waste List (Appendix X, CCR 66261.126) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                           53
Appendix F – Common Flammable Liquids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            73
Appendix G – Toxicity Characteristics and Tables I, II and II                                                                             74
Appendix H – Universal Hazardous Waste                                                                                                    78
Appendix I – Management of Treated Wood Waste                                                                                             90




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1.0   Policy

      1.1      It is the policy of California State Polytechnic University - Pomona to manage
               hazardous waste generated on campus in compliance with applicable federal,
               state, and local regulations.
      1.2      Wherever possible, hazardous waste generated at California State Polytechnic
               University – Pomona will be managed in a manner that minimizes short and long
               term liability associated with such waste. Environmental Health & Safety has
               primary authority in determining management options to achieve this objective.
      1.3      It is the policy of California State Polytechnic University – Pomona to make every
               effort to reduce the volume and toxicity of hazardous waste generated to the
               degree determined to be economically practicable (waste minimization).

2.0   Purpose
      2.1     To ensure that California State Polytechnic University – Pomona is in compliance
              with applicable federal, state, and local regulations affecting the handling,
              storage, and disposal of hazardous waste.
3.0   Definitions

      3.1      Waste

               Any solid, liquid, semi-solid, or contained gaseous, discarded material that has
               been relinquished, recycled, disposed of, burned or incinerated, accumulated,
               stored, or treated in lieu of being relinquished for disposal. A material is a waste
               if it poses a threat to public health or the environment and meets either, or both,
               of the following conditions: It is mislabeled or not adequately labeled, unless the
               material is correctly labeled or adequately labeled within 10 days after the
               materials discovered to be mislabeled or inadequately labeled. It is packaged in
               deteriorated or damaged containers, unless the material(s) are contained in
               sound or undamaged containers within 96 hours after the containers are
               discovered to be deteriorated or damaged (HSC 25124).

      3.2      Hazardous Waste

               A waste, or combination of wastes, which because of its quantity, concentration,
               or physical characteristics may either cause or significantly contribute to an
               increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible, or incapacitating
               illness, pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the
               environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, disposed of, or
               otherwise managed (HSC 25117).

      3.3      Acutely Hazardous Waste

               Waste materials identified as acutely hazardous by the Federal Environmental
               Protection Agency. Examples are formulations containing tri-, tetra-, or
               pentachlorophenol, chloroacetaldehyde, Dieldrin, n-nitrosodimethylamine, and
               other compounds and mixtures specified in 40 CFR 261.

      3.4      Extremely Hazardous Waste

               Waste materials identified as extremely hazardous by the California
               Environmental Protection Agency (Department of Toxic Substances Control).
               Examples are arsenic compounds, bromine, dinitrobenzenes (o,m,p), hydrazine,
               hydrochloric acid, and other compounds and mixtures specified in 22 CCR
               66261.
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      3.5   Satellite Accumulation Area

            A collection area for hazardous waste at or near the point that the waste is
            generated. Satellite accumulation collection containers can be no more than 210
            Liters (55 gallons) for non-acute hazardous waste nor more than 946 milliliters
            (1-quart) for acutely hazardous waste. Waste must be removed from satellite
            accumulation areas within one year from the date that waste was first put in to
            the container. EH&S has developed a hazardous waste pick-up cycle of every
            ninety days, this means hazardous waste is shipped off Campus every ninety
            days. Which, ensures hazardous waste does not accumulate and create other
            substantial hazards?

      3.6   Treatment

            Any method, technique, or process which changes or is designed to change the
            physical, chemical, or biological character or composition of any hazardous
            waste or any material contained therein, or removes or reduces its harmful
            properties or characteristics for any purpose. „Treatment‟ does not include the
            removal of residues from manufacturing process equipment for the purposes of
            cleaning that equipment (HSC 25123.5 ).
            Treatment of hazardous waste may only be performed with an appropriate
            hazardous waste treatment permit issued by the Department of Toxic
            Substances Control. Treatment is highly regulated and requires extensive
            reporting and public notification requirements; examples of treatment include
            distillation, neutralization, oxidation or reduction, precipitation, rinsing empty
            containers, and dilution. The only exceptions to treatment without a permit are
            laboratory experiments performed by students.

      3.7   Principal Investigators (PIs)

            A PI shall be a faculty or non-faculty member who is responsible for a particular
            laboratory, research area and /or process that generates hazardous waste.

4.0   Responsibilities

      4.1   Environmental Health & Safety Department

            a.     Develop, implement and maintain the Hazardous Waste Management
                   Policy and Procedures, as directed by the Vice President for
                   Administrative Affairs. Continuously evaluate new and existing
                   regulations for applicability to the various Colleges that make up CSPUP
                   operations.
            b.     Inspect satellite accumulation areas on a routine basis to ensure
                   compliance with applicable regulations.
            c.     Arrange for transportation and disposal of all hazardous waste generated
                   at California State Polytechnic University - Pomona. This includes
                   development and management of hazardous waste contracts with off site
                   vendors. Preparation of bid documents, review disposal facility permits,
                   review insurance certificates and Department of Transportation
                   registrations, schedule transportation and ensure vendor compliance with
                   DOT pre-transport requirements, and approve invoices. (DOT
                   regulations available in EH&S)


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        d.    Prepare State Board of Equalization Tax Returns (generator fees,
              manifest fees, hazardous waste permits and storage fees) and regulatory
              agency reports (EPA Biennial Hazardous Waste Reports, Waste
              Minimization Reports).
        e.    Make hazardous waste determinations (i.e. identify which materials at
              CSPUP meet the criteria for being a hazardous waste).
        f.    Prepare Department of Toxic Substances Control treatment permit
              applications.
        g.    Attend inspections with regulatory agency personnel, verify corrections to
              citations are made and prepare formal responses.
        h.    Maintain a database of established waste streams at CSPUP and collect
              information necessary from individuals responsible for generating waste.
        i.    Provide initial and annual hazardous waste generator training.

4.1.1   Procurement and Support Services

        a.    Monitor all hazardous waste contractors' required registrations, insurance
              policies, and bonds
        b.    Immediately notify EH&S, upon cancellation or any required
              registration‟s, insurance policies, and bonds.

4.2     Deans, Directors, Department Heads, Supervisors (HEERA Managers and
        Supervisors)

        a.    Ensure that hazardous waste is properly identified, stored, handled and
              disposed of by department personnel. (See Appendices A, B, C, D, E and
              F)
        b.    Ensure that individuals under their supervision understand and adhere to
              adopted procedures outlined in this document (section 5.0).
        c.    Make sure that personnel handling hazardous waste receive the
              necessary education and training as specified in Section 6.0.

4.3     Department Chairs and Leads

        a.    Ensure that individuals under their supervision understand and adhere to
              adopted procedures outlined in this document (section 5.0)
        b.    Notify Environmental Health & Safety prior to commencing with activities
              that may generate a new hazardous waste, extension 4697. It is
              important that hazardous waste is collected in Department of
              Transportation approved containers and drums to prevent unnecessary
              recontainerization of hazardous waste. EH&S will not accept hazardous
              waste in unauthorized containers or without an attached Hazardous
              Waste Tracking Form (EH&S F-366-07 Rev. 4/96), for each container of
              hazardous waste
        c.    Make sure that personnel handling hazardous waste receive the
              necessary education and training from Environmental Health & Safety.
        d.    Contact /Environmental Health & Safety prior to generating a new
              hazardous waste, extension 4697.
        e.    Notify EH&S regarding the location of all satellite accumulation areas.
        f.    Notification should be made 24 hours in advance to schedule a
              hazardous waste pick-up, unless the waste being generated is a weekly
              scheduled pick-up. (i.e., Art, Communications)
        g.    Provide information on waste being generated; including constituents and
              weight percentages, date of generation, (month/day/ year) special
              hazards, etc.

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      h.     Make every effort to minimize the volume and toxicity of wastes being
             generated.

4.4   Principal Investigators (PIs)

      a.     Ensure that individuals under their supervision understand and adhere to
             adopted procedures outlined in this document (section 5.0).
      b.     Notify Environmental Health & Safety prior to commencing with activities
             that may generate a new hazardous waste, extension 4697. It is
             important that hazardous waste is collected in Department of
             Transportation approved containers and drums to prevent unnecessary
             recontainerization of hazardous waste. EH&S will not accept hazardous
             waste in unauthorized containers or without an attached Hazardous
             Waste Tracking Form (EH&S F-366-07 Rev. 4/96), for each container of
             hazardous waste.
      c.     Make sure that personnel handling hazardous waste receive the
             necessary education and training as specified in Section 6.0
      d.     Contact /Environmental Health & Safety prior to generating a new
             hazardous waste, extension 4697.
      e.     Notify EH&S regarding the location of all satellite accumulation areas.
      f.     Notification should be made 24 hours in advance to schedule a
             hazardous waste pick-up, unless the waste being generated is a weekly
             scheduled pick-up. (I.e., Art, Communications
      g.     Provide information on waste being generated; including constituents and
             weight percentages, date of generation, (month/day/ year) special
             hazards, etc.
      h.     Make every effort to minimize the volume and toxicity of wastes being
             generated.


4.5   Employees (Faculty and Staff)

      a.     Notify your Department Chair, Lead, or PI prior to commencing with
             operations that may generate a new hazardous waste. Also, notify
             Environmental Health and Safety prior to commencing with activities that
             may generate a new hazardous waste, extension 4697. It is important
             that hazardous waste is collected in Department of Transportation
             approved containers and drums to prevent unnecessary re-
             containerization of hazardous waste.
      b.     Report hazardous materials spills, leaking containers, or other releases to
             Environmental Health & Safety, extension 4697. For Emergency
             Releases contact University Police, extension 911.
      c.     Read and comply with procedures and guidelines provided by
             Environmental Health & Safety.
      d.     Ensure that your individual hazardous waste training is up to date.
      e.     Ensure each container of hazardous waste has a Hazardous Waste
             Tracking Form attached and Environmental Health and Safety is
             contacted to schedule a waste pick – up. (Hazardous waste pick-ups are
             usually done on Friday, except when the 4-10 working schedule is
             effective, then pick–ups will be on Thursdays.




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5.0   Specific Procedures

      5.1     Hazardous Waste Identification

              a.     Generally, hazardous wastes are any of those that meet the definition of
                     hazardous waste in Section 3.0 of this document. However, this definition
                     is not comprehensive, and the determination of a waste as hazardous
                     may involve careful evaluation and/or laboratory analysis. Any questions
                     regarding the status of a particular waste should be directed to
                     Environmental Health & Safety, extension 4697.

      5.1.1. Generating a Waste

              a.     To determine how your experiments, class projects, and activities (i.e.,
                     ASME, CapSet, Rose Float, etc.) and normal operations will be regulated
                     by State Hazardous Waste Laws, you must determine if you generate a
                     hazardous waste.
              b.     Generators are responsible for determining if they generate waste and if
                     that waste is hazardous.
              c.     Any questions regarding the status of a particular waste should be
                     directed to Environmental Health and Safety, extension 4697.

      5.1.2   What Does It Mean to Generate A Waste?

              a.     Section 3.1 of this document defines waste as:
                     1.      Any material for which there is no use or reuse intended and
                             which is to be discarded;
                     2.      Any material that poses a threat to public health or the
                             environment, and which meets either or both of the following
                             conditions:
                             a)      Is mislabeled or not adequately labeled or
                             b)      Is packaged in a deteriorated of damaged container.
              b.     Simply, it is necessary to understand the definition of waste in the
                     regulations and how materials may inadvertently become waste, thorough
                     mismanagement. So a through review of your operations should be
                     conducted to identify your wastes that are being generated.

      5.1.3   Special Rules

              a.     Certain recyclable materials have special rules regarding their handling.
                     The following is a listing of these materials:
                     1. Used lubricating oil;
                     2. Spent lead acid storage batteries;
                     3. Recyclable materials used in Agriculture;
                     4. Waste elemental Mercury;
                     5. Contaminated containers;
                     6. Waste oil filters.




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5.1.4   Waste Stream Classification

        a.     Once you identify your waste streams and classify them according to the
               following categories, the next step is answering the question whether the
               waste generated, are hazardous waste.

                     WASTE STREAM ANALYSIS                     CLASSIFICATION
                    Obvious non-hazardous wastes              Non-hazardous waste
                  (paper, wood products, food waste,
                                   etc.).
                 Industrial wastewater as discharged,   Not a waste subject to hazardous
                radioactive wastes, spent sulfuric acid        waste regulations.
                             being recycled.
                 Animal carcasses, empty containers      Non-hazardous or exempt from
                     from hazardous materials and       coverage of the hazardous waste
                 pesticides used in households, waste             regulations
                  chemicals still in process, samples,
                              scrap metals.
                  Recyclable materials used to make       Not subject to the hazardous
                      products by the generator as             waste regulations.
                    "excluded recyclable materials."
*All other wastes generated must be characterized to determine whether they are
hazardous

5.1.5   Strict Liability and Listed Hazardous Wastes

        a.     In order for waste to be subject to the Hazardous Waste Handling
               Requirements, the waste generated must be hazardous.
        b.     A waste disposed of as "non-hazardous" even though it turns out to be an
               innocent error, in fact, to be hazardous; the University can and/or will be
               held responsible by the enforcement agency. This is called "Strict
               Liability" and is one of the fundamental concepts of the hazardous waste
               laws.
        c.     Waste, are determined to be hazardous by definition, listing or meeting
               certain criteria. These rules have been adopted from federal regulations
               under RCRA. Both the University and the enforcement agency must use
               the following lists to determine whether wastes generated are hazardous
               and are subject to the Hazardous Waste Regulations, under both the
               federal and state requirements.
               1.       Hazardous wastes from non-specific sources (40 Code of Federal
                        Regulations (CFR) 261.31) incorporated by reference as 22
                        California Code of Regulations (CCR) 66261.131. This list
                        describes the wastes generated from industrial and commercial
                        processing which are deemed to be hazardous wastes.
               2.        Hazardous wastes from specific sources (40 CFR 261.132)
                        incorporated by reference as 22 CCR 66261.32. This list
                        describes wastes, which result from certain types of industrial or
                        commercial processing, which are deemed to be hazardous
                        wastes.




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               3.     Discarded commercial chemical products, off-specification
                      species, container residues, and spill residues thereof (40 CFR
                      261.33) incorporated by reference as 22 CCR 66261.33. This list
                      is composed of two alphabetical lists of chemicals that are wastes
                      or otherwise discarded from any industrial or commercial activity,
                      off-specification products, residues in soil, water or debris, etc.
                      Chemicals on the first list are acutely hazardous wastes, based on
                      toxicity and/or reactivity. The second lists wastes are from similar
                      sources, deemed to be federal and state hazardous wastes.
               4.     California List State list of chemical names and common names
                      for hazardous wastes and hazardous materials (Appendix X of 22
                      CCR 66261.126).

5.1.6   Characteristics for Identifying Hazardous Waste

        a.     The four hazardous characteristics are ignitable, corrosive, reactive, and
               toxic. CCR Title 22 regulations have merged the persistence criteria into
               the toxicity characteristic similar to federal EPA Regulations. Waste
               material not excluded or exempted from consideration as hazardous
               waste, nor listed on any of the lists described above must be
               "Characterized" to determine by virtue of its properties whether it is
               hazardous. Remember if you generate the waste you have to be certain
               the waste is not hazardous by virtue of these criteria or the University
               may face a violation of the hazardous waste regulations governing
               handling, transportation and disposal.
               1.      Ignitability (22 CCR 66261.21) A waste is ignitable if it is easily
                       combustible or flammable or, if ignited, burns so vigorously that it
                       creates a hazard. This category includes:
                       a)      A liquid (other than an aqueous solution containing less
                               than 24 percent alcohol by volume) with a flashpoint equal
                               to or less than 140° F (60° C).
                       b)      A non-liquid, capable under standard temperature and
                               pressure of causing fire by means of friction, absorption of
                               moisture, or spontaneous chemical changes and which,
                               when ignited, burns so vigorously and persistently that it
                               creates a hazard.
                       c)      A flammable, compressed gas.
                       d)      An oxidizer.
                       e)      Examples of ignitable wastes are: paint wastes, certain
                               degreasers, thinners and solvents (petroleum distillates),
                               stripping agents, epoxy resins, adhesives, rubber cements
                               and glues, and some waste inks.
               2.      Corrosivity (22 CCR 66261.22) A waste is corrosive if it dissolves
                       metals and other materials, or burns the skin or eyes on contact.
                       This category includes wastes having any of the following
                       characteristics:
                       a)      It is aqueous and has a pH equal to or less than 2, or
                               equal to or greater than 12.5 or by mixture with an
                               equivalent weight of water it produces a solution with those
                               pH characteristics.
                       b)      It is a liquid (or when mixed with an equivalent weight of
                               water it produces a liquid) and corrodes steel at a rate
                               greater than 0.250 inch (6.35 millimeters) per year.



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                      c)     Examples of corrosive wastes are: Alkaline degreasers,
                             spent metal treating and plating solutions, corrosive
                             cleaning solutions, rust removers, waste acids, and bleach
                             compounds (peroxides and chlorine compounds).
             3.      Reactivity (22 CCR 66261.23) A waste is reactive if it is unstable
                    or undergoes rapid or violent chemical reactions, such as catching
                    fire, exploding, or giving off fumes, when exposed to or mixed with
                    water, air or other materials. This category includes any waste
                    which:
                    a.       Is normally unstable and readily undergoes violent change
                             without detonating.
                    b.       Reacts violently with water.
                    c.       Forms potentially explosive mixture with water.
                    d.       Generates toxic gases, vapors or fumes when mixed with
                             water.
                    e.       Is a cyanide- or sulfide bearing waste which, when
                             exposed to pH conditions between 2 and 12.5 can
                             generate toxic gases, vapors or fumes.
                    f.       Is capable of detonation, explosive reaction or explosive
                             decomposition.
                    g.       Examples of reactive wastes are chromic acids used in
                             plating, copper striping and aluminum anodizing; cyanide
                             compounds from electroplating and metal treating and ore
                             leaching processes; permanganate and manganese
                             wastes from dry cell battery, paint, inks, and dye
                             manufacturing; bleaches and hypochlorites from water
                             treatment processes and swimming pool and sanitizing
                             operations.
             4.     Toxicity (22 CCR 66261.24) A waste is hazardous by virtue of the
                    toxicity characteristic if it exceeds specified concentrations of
                    certain metals and organic compounds as listed by reference in
                    the regulations.
                    a)       Identification of hazardous waste by toxicity criteria is one
                             of the most complex processes in environmental
                             regulatory compliance.
                    b)       Innocuous – appearing waste material with unknown
                             ingredients or properties must be submitted for laboratory
                             analysis or biological testing.
                    c)       Keep in mind that if a complete battery of tests are
                             necessary, the costs may be excessive.
                    d)       To minimize these costs a better understanding of the
                             chemical content of the waste is required for any waste
                             generated here at Cal Poly.
5.1.7   Summary of Determining Whether Your Wastes are Hazardous
        a.   You should always consider it necessary to study information available on
             raw materials, have tests performed on your waste or take other steps to
             accurately classify your wastes. The following information is provided to
             help you in making these classifications.
             1.     If you know the chemical composition of your wastes, check to
                    see if they are listed as hazardous wastes(see section 5.1.5); or
             2.     Use information contained on MSDS‟s to identify the hazardous
                    substances, the operations uses, and which may be contained in
                    its wastes.



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              3.     Determine whether your waste exhibits one of the characteristics
                     (see section 5.1.6) described above which would qualify if as a
                     hazardous waste. May be done by testing according to the
                     methods outlined in the appropriate regulations.
              4.     Check for typical waste streams and presume that the waste are
                     hazardous if they fall into these categories. To illustrate: a college
                     is likely to generate hazardous wastes if it handles the following
                     types of materials and these materials are not entirely consumed
                     by your operation or experiment.
                     a.)      oils or other petroleum products;
                     b.)      dyes, paints, printing inks, thinners, solvents, or cleaning
                              fluids;
                     c)       pesticides or other related chemicals;
                     d)       materials that dissolve metals, wood paper, or clothing
                              (acids and bases);
                     e)       flammable materials;
                     f)       materials that burn or itch upon contact with the skin;
                     g)       materials that bubble or fume upon contact with water;
                     h)       products accompanied by shipping papers or labels or an
                              MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) indicating that the
                              product is hazardous; or
                     i)       any substance listed as a hazardous waste in the list of
                              common names (Appendix X to 22 CCR 66261.126).

NOTE: Equipment and other articles that contain or have been contaminated by
hazardous wastes also are considered hazardous waste, unless certified as clean, for
example: piping, tanks, concrete sumps, and even concrete floors.

5.2    Hazardous Waste Generation

       a.     Prior to generating a new hazardous waste, CSPUP personnel will
              contact Environmental Health & Safety to obtain or supply information on
              the waste being generated, manufacturer material safety data sheets,
              recommended disposal method, labeling information and a Hazardous
              Waste Tracking Form(s).
       b.     Department personnel generating hazardous waste will maintain labels
              with the following information: The University‟s Name, address, EPA
              generator I.D, number, the wording "Hazardous Waste", accumulation
              start date (the date waste was first put in to the container
              (month/day/year)), chemical constituents (proper IUPAC or common
              name only, no empirical formulas; e.g. 1,2-dichlorohexane or benzene),
              approximate weight percentages (range not to exceed 20 percentage
              points; e.g. 10-30%), generating department, and EH&S recommends
              including the room number where waste is accumulated. A complete
              Hazardous Waste Release Form also complies with this paragraph.
       c.     All efforts should be made to keep hazardous waste containers in good
              condition and free from exterior contamination. It will be the department‟s
              responsibility to properly repackage any containers unsuitable for
              disposal.
       d.     Waste materials must be collected in compatible containers.
       e.     Ensure hazardous waste container lids are kept on the hazardous waste
              containers at all times.




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      f.     Ensure that each satellite accumulation collection container meets the
             requirements set forth on the inspection form in Appendix B.
      g.     Hazardous waste collection areas and satellite accumulation areas will
             not be located near storm drains.
      h.     Sufficient spill response equipment and supplies shall be readily
             available.
      i.     Unobstructed aisle space of at least 3 feet shall be maintained to allow
             for emergency response and the inspection of containers.

5.3   Satellite Accumulation Exemption

      a.     The hazardous waste must be accumulated in containers
      b.     The hazardous waste must be accumulated at the initial accumulation
             point, which must be at or near the area where the waste is generated.
             The term "at or near" means that the process generating the waste and
             the "satellite" accumulation point must be in the same or adjacent room
             or work area. The term "initial accumulation point" means that there
             cannot be any interim accumulation of the waste prior to its being
             accumulated at the "satellite" accumulation point. However, certain
             generating activities (for example, equipment maintenance) may
             necessitate the temporary interim accumulation of the waste during the
             process of performing such activities. Such temporary interim storage will
             not disallow "satellite" accumulation of the waste, if the interim
             accumulation is necessary to the generating activity and if the waste is
             placed in the "satellite" accumulation area prior to the end of the work
             shift of the person generating the waste.
      c.     Residuals from the treatment of onsite waste may not be accumulated
             under the "satellite" exemption.
      d.     The initial accumulation point "must be" under the control of the operator
             of the process generating the waste. The term "operator of the process"
             means the "hands-on" operator(s) of the machinery or activity that
             generates the waste not the overall operator of the generator site or
             facility as a whole. The term "under the control" means that the
             accumulation container must be in the line of sight of the operator(s) or in
             a locked compartment to which the operator(s) control(s) access. The
             purpose of this requirement is to ensure that the operator(s) control(s) all
             access to and management of the accumulated waste so as to prevent
             incompatible mixing of wastes and other unsafe management practices.
             In the event that this application of this requirement is unworkable for a
             particular activity, and alternative control procedure may be allowed.
             Such alternative control procedures must ensure that access to, and
             management of, the accumulation containers and their contents is at all
             times controlled by designated operators, all of whom must have day-to-
             day, hands-on knowledge of all wastes going into the containers (and the
             processes generating those wastes), so as to ensure that proper
             management practices are followed at all times.
      e.     The "satellite" accumulation point must be operated so as to ensure that
             the single 55-gallon accumulation limit for hazardous waste or 1-quart
             accumulation limit for acutely or extremely hazardous waste are not
             exceeded. There are two exceptions to the single limit:
             1.       If not all of the waste streams generated by a single process or
                      group of processes located within the same physical area are
                      compatible, a separate 55-gallon (or one-quart) limit applies to
                      each group of waste streams that are compatible.


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              2.       If the generator determines that using only one 55-gallon (or one-
                       quart) container to initially accumulate specific compatible waste
                       streams is not practical (e.g., prevents recycling or requires
                       unreasonable accumulation procedures) or is not safe from an
                       environmental protection or worker safety standpoint, the
                       generator may apply a separate 55-gallon (or one-quart) limit to
                       those specific compatible waste streams.
      f.      The containers holding the waste must be maintained in good condition
              (e.g., no rust or structural defects). If a container begins to leak the
              contents will be transferred to another container in good condition.
      g.      Hazardous waste will be collected in a container that is compatible to
              prevent damage to the container and leakage of the hazardous waste.
      h.      Hazardous waste containers will be closed except when waste is being
              added.
      i.      The initial date of hazardous waste accumulation must be clearly marked
              on all containers used for satellite accumulation. Additionally, each
              container must be labeled with the words "Hazardous Waste",
              composition of the waste, physical state of the wastes, a statement that
              calls attention to the particular hazardous properties of the waste,
              generator name and address of the generator.
      j.      No treatment of hazardous waste is allowed while being accumulated
              under the satellite accumulation exemption.
      k.      Within three days after the 55-gallon (or one-quart) accumulation limit is
              reached, the generator must label the container with the date the
              accumulation limit was reached and move the container to the Campus‟s
              Hazardous Materials Storage Facility.
      l.      Hazardous waste collected under the satellite accumulation must be
              moved to a licensed treatment storage or disposal facility within one year
              from the initial accumulation date or within 90 days from when the 55-
              gallon (or one-quart) limit is reached, whichever occurs first.
      m.      Satellite accumulation areas must be inspected on a weekly basis to
              insure that the containers are properly stored, not leaking, and that the
              area is in compliance with this section.

5.4   Tanks

      a.      Tanks shall be reviewed and certified as not leaking and adequate by an
              independent qualified, professional engineer, whom is registered in
              California.
      b.      If a tank is found to be leaking or inadequate it will be removed from
              service and the following actions taken:
              1.      Cessation of use, prevention of the flow or addition of hazardous
                      waste;
              2.      Inspect the tank to determine the cause of the leak or problem;
              3.      Remove the hazardous waste from the tank within 24 hours or if
                      not possible, at the earliest possible time.
              4.      A visual inspection of any leak shall be conducted immediately
                      and the following action taken:
                      a)       Prevent further migration to soils or surface waters;
                      b)       Remove and dispose of any visible contamination;
                      c)       Notify Environmental Health and Safety immediately;
                      d)       Environmental Health and Safety will be responsible for
                               the notification of the regulatory agencies.
              5.      If the tank can be repaired it shall be reviewed and recertified
                      before reuse.

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            6.      If the tank cannot be repaired it will be closed as per applicable
                    regulations.
      c.    Ignitable or reactive hazardous waste will be protected in such a manner
            as to prevent ignition, reaction, and damage to the tank.
      d.    Incompatible wastes shall not be placed in the same tank.
      e.    All hazardous waste tanks shall have appropriate secondary containment
            and leak detection systems.
      f.    No material should be placed in the tank that could result in damage to
            the tank.
      g.    The tank shall be operated in such a manner to prevent any spills or
            overflows. At a minimum this includes spill prevention controls, and
            overflow prevention controls.
      h.    Uncovered tanks will not be used for hazardous waste.
      i.    The following items must be inspected on a daily basis:
            1.      Overfill / spill control equipment;
            2.      Above ground portions of tanks and associated piping for
                    corrosion or leaks;
            3.      Documentation of data from monitoring and leak detection
                    equipment.
      j.    The proper operation of the cathode protection system will be inspected
            within 6 months of installation and annually there after. All sources of
            impressed current shall be inspected every other month.
      k.    If the hazardous waste tank is an underground tank design operation
            must comply with 23 CCR 2610 et. Seq.

5.5   Hazardous Waste Disposal

      a.    Use only containers approved by EH&S to prevent unnecessary waste
            transfers and container contamination.
      b.    Fill out EH&S provided hazardous waste tracking forms, for each
            container, completely to ensure proper handling. Accurate composition
            information is critical because much of CSPUP‟s hazardous waste is
            consolidated (mixed) prior to disposal.
      c.    Most University waste is collected in "Satellite Accumulation" containers.
            These containers should be located in areas at or near the point that the
            waste is generated. Satellite accumulation collection containers can be
            no more than 210 Liters (55 gallons) for non-acute hazardous waste or
            more than 946 milliliters (1-quart) for acutely hazardous waste.
      d.    Waste must be removed from satellite accumulation areas within one
            year from the date that waste was first put in to the container. CSPUP is
            on a collection cycle of every ninety days, this means it is recommended
            that you collect the waste containers, ensure a waste tracking form is
            attached, and call EH &S for a Pick-up, before the ninety day cycle. This
            ninety-day cycle just ensures that stockpiles of hazardous waste do not
            accumulate and create other substantial hazards.
      e.    Contact EH&S when you need hazardous waste containers removed
            from your area. Routine waste pick-ups occur every Friday, except when
            the 4-10 workweek is effective, then routine waste pick-ups will occur on
            Thursdays. E-mail MPHuyter@csupomona.edu or call, x4697.
      f.    Environmental Health & Safety will remove approved waste streams
            within three days of notification by the generating department. Routine
            pickups occur once per week. All Pick-ups will try to be scheduled for the
            weekly pick-up day.



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5.6   Hazardous Waste Minimization

      a.     Every effort shall be made by CSPUP personnel to minimize the volume
             and toxicity of hazardous waste generated at CSPUP.
      b.     All new process that produce a new hazardous waste stream must be
             reported to EH&S, along with documentation of that process.

5.7   Hazardous Waste or Hazardous Material Releases

      a.     In the event that a small quantity of a low toxicity hazardous material is
             released, it may be cleaned up provided that all of the necessary safety
             precautions have been taken. This includes assessing the potential for
             exposure, wearing the appropriate personal protective equipment, and
             collecting the material in the proper containers. Never attempt to clean up
             or contain a hazardous material if it has the potential to cause adverse
             health effects due to the quantity and/or toxicity. See CSPUP Hazardous
             Substance Contingency Plan, Part I, Section 4.2 for Definition of
             Hazardous Materials Emergency.
      b.     In the event of an emergency release, notify nearby personnel, instruct
             individuals to evacuate the immediate area and Contact University Police
             and the Environmental Health and Safety Office and provide the following
             information:
             1.      Location of spill / area evacuated
             2.      What was spilled / is there a fire
             3.      How much was spilled / is spill heading for or going into a storm
                     drain
             4.      Any injuries / is the area safe
             5.      Provide your name and extension or phone number.
             6.      Stay on site to provide additional information to emergency
                     responders.
             See the Emergency Procedures Pamphlet

5.8   Equipment and Materials

      a.     See CSPUP‟s Hazardous Substance Contingency Plan, Appendix C for
             emergency response equipment listings. The following is the Directory
             listing of Tables:
             Table 1: EPA Protection Level Chart
             Table 2: Emergency Response Vehicle Equipment List
             Table 3: Hazardous Waste Accumulation Facility Equipment
             Table 4: Emergency Response Team Member Gear Bag And Equipment
                        List
             Table 5: EH&S Office Store room Equipment List
             Table 6: Industrial Hygiene Equipment List
             Table 7: Radiation Safety Monitoring Equipment List
             Table 8: College/Department Emergency Equipment List

5.9   Pre-Transportation Authorization for Faculty and Staff

      a.     Before any Hazardous Material may be removed/shipped from University
             Properties, including University Properties that are not part of the Main
             Campus in Pomona, California, the person responsible/requesting the
             movement/shipment of these hazardous materials must comply with the
             following:


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             1.     Contact EH &S (3) weeks before the requested removal,
                    movement, and/or shipment.
             2.     Obtain the Dean‟s or the Department Manager‟s approval in
                    writing for the shipment and have on file with EH &S.
             3.     Submit a listing of the hazardous materials and written procedures
                    for the use of the hazardous materials off site
             4.     Submit information on the manner in which the hazardous
                    materials will be shipped. (air, land, sea,) List any known
                    restrictions.
             5.     Provide the name of the Company, Vendor, or Airline transporting
                    or shipping the hazardous materials, along with a phone number
                    of their Hazardous Materials Coordinator/Contact you spoke to
                    about your request to transport/ship your hazardous materials.
             6.     Material Safety Data Sheets and labeling requirements
             7.     Written plan for the return of all/any unused hazardous materials.
             8.     Written plan for the disposal of the waste these hazardous
                    materials may create.

5.10   Pre-Transportation Procedures for EH&S Staff

       a.    Packaging, Labeling, and Marking Requirements. Before transporting
             University hazardous waste off-site or arranging transportation with
             vendors under contract, Environmental Health & Safety staff will ensure
             that each hazardous waste container of 110 gallons or less is packaged
             and labeled, and transportation vehicles appropriately marked in
             accordance with applicable Department of Transportation packaging
             regulations under 49 CFR Parts 172, 173, 178, and 179. The basic
             procedure follows:
             1.      Identify hazardous waste to be transported off-site in the DOT
                     Hazardous Materials Table (49 CFR 172.101).
             2.      Reference appropriate packaging, labeling, marking, and carriage
                     information found in the DOT Hazardous Materials Table (49 CFR
                     172.101)

6.0    Employee Training

       6.1   Unless otherwise specified, employees handling or generating hazardous
             waste must receive the following training at the specified intervals:

             a.     Employees (Faculty, Staff, Student Assistants, etc.) will receive
                    hazardous waste generator training, within 6 months of
                    assignment and annual refresher training;
             b.     Students will be trained by, their Instructor or Principal
                    Investigator;
             c.     All training will be documented, with copies forwarded to
                    Environmental Health and Safety
             d.     The safety training documentation, "Employee Training Sign-up
                    sheet (EH&S Form 2556) may be used to document Employees
                    and/or Student Training.
             e.     EH&S and Departments will maintain records of all training.
             f.     Student Training Records shall be maintained by Departments for
                    one year.
             g.      Environmental Health and Safety shall maintain all training
                    records for at least the duration of employment or enrollment, plus
                    30 years.

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7.0   Recordkeeping and Labeling

      a. Departments are responsible for maintaining legible labels on all of the
         hazardous waste containers in their area and ensuring that each container of
         Hazardous Waste is scheduled for pick-up or otherwise transported to the
         Universities Hazardous Waste Storage Area, behind building 3, has a
         completed hazardous waste tracking form.
      b. All California State Polytechnic University – Pomona hazardous waste
         manifests will be signed by the Environmental Specialist, or other Designee
         within the EH&S Office. Some exceptions have made for automotive fluids
         recycling manifests. Hazardous Waste contracts are developed and
         managed by EH&S and include general hazardous waste, medical waste,
         and spill response.
      c. The EH&S Specialist also assists with the development of contracts initiated
         by other campus departments where hazardous waste may potentially be
         generated.
      d. The EH&S Specialist signs all hazardous waste manifests resulting from
         such properly administered contracts, and the EH&S office will maintain
         copies of all hazardous waste manifests.
      e. Records of all hazardous waste manifests will be kept on site for a minimum
         of five years from the TSDF returned copy date. Manifests beyond this date
         may be stored on site or stored in archives for a minimum of thirty years to
         serve as an accurate accounting of material shipped to potential CERCLA
         (Superfund) Sites.
      f. Land Disposal Restriction (LDR‟s) notices, Hazardous Waste Profile Sheets,
         and Exception Reports will be kept with the associated manifest. Note that
         LDR‟s are to be attached to the manifest, whereas profiles are kept in a
         single section of the same calendar year manifest binder. All of these
         documents are to be kept with the manifest for the time period indicated
         herein.
      g. Biennial Reports will be kept for a minimum of five years from the established
         submittal date. Biennial Reports will be kept with manifest archives for the
         established time period [thirty (30) years].
      h. Waste analysis and laboratory analytical reports will be kept with the
         hazardous waste manifests for the established time period [five (5) years on
         site, thirty (30) years archived]. Note that laboratory analytical reports may
         be kept with hazardous waste profiles, in contract files, permitting files, or in
         individually designated files depending on the nature of the contract and/or
         waste materials.
      i. Note that the periods of retention referred to in this procedure are
         automatically extended during the course of any unresolved enforcement
         action regarding the regulated activity or as requested by the US EPA
         Administrator or by Cal-EPA [per 22 CCR 66262.40(d)].

8.0   References

      Copies of the below listed references can be obtained from EH&S, Building 98,
      Room 1 – 33.

      Code of Federal Regulations, Title 40.
      Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49.
      California Code of Regulations, Title 22.
      California Health & Safety Code, Division 20.


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         Appendix A

Hazardous Waste Tracking Form




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Appendix B




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            Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                     California
                                                          Acutely
Chemical                                                             Extremely
                                                         Hazardous
                                                                     Hazardous

Acetaldehyde, chloro                                                 Yes
Acetamide, N-fluoren-2-yl                                            Yes
Acetic acid, fluoro-, sodium salt                                    Yes
Acetone Cyanohydrin                                     Yes          Yes
Acetone Thisemicarbazide                                Yes
Acetyl chloride                                                      Yes
Acrolein                                                Yes          Yes
Acrylamide                                              Yes          Yes
Acrylonitrile                                           Yes          Yes
Acrylyl Chloride                                        Yes
Actidione                                                            Yes
Adiponitrile                                            Yes          Yes
ADP, 4-                                                              Yes
AFL 1082                                                             Yes
Aldicarb                                                Yes          Yes
Aldrin                                                  Yes          Yes
Aldrin, mixture dry more than 65%                                    Yes
Aldrin, mixtrue liquid less than 60%`                                Yes
Alkyl Aluminum Chloride                                              Yes
Allyl Alcohol                                           Yes
Allyl Trichlorosilane                                                Yes
Allylamine                                              Yes
Aluminum chloride                                                    Yes
Aluminum phosphide                                      Yes          Yes
Aminobiphenyl, 4-                                                    Yes
Aminopterin                                             Yes
Amiton                                                  Yes
Amiton oxalate                                          Yes
Ammonia                                                 Yes
Ammonium arsenate                                                    Yes




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          Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                   California
                                                        Acutely
Chemical                                                           Extremely
                                                       Hazardous
                                                                   Hazardous

Ammonium bifluoride                                                Yes
Ammonium hydrogen fluoride, solid                                  Yes
Ammonium Trichlorosilane (& isomers)                               Yes
Amphetamine                                           Yes
Aniline                                               Yes
Aniline, 2, 3, 6-trimethyl                            Yes
Aninopyridine, 2-                                                  Yes
Anisoyl chloride                                                   Yes
Antimony pentachloride                                             Yes
Antimony pentafluoride                                Yes          Yes
Antimycin A                                           Yes
ANTU                                                  Yes
Aroclor                                                            Yes
Arsenic                                                            Yes
Arsenic and salts                                                  Yes
Arsenic chloride                                                   Yes
Arsenic compounds (inorganic)                                      Yes
Arsenic pentachloride                                              Yes
Arsenic pentafluoride                                              Yes
Arsenic pentaselenide                                              Yes
Arsenic pentoxide                                     Yes          Yes
Arsenic sulfide                                                    Yes
Arsenic tribromide                                                 Yes
Arsenic tribromide, arsenic iodide                                 Yes
Arsenic trioxide, arsenious oxide                                  Yes
Arsenious acid and salts                                           Yes
Arsenous oxide                                        Yes
Arsenous trichloride                                  Yes
Arsine                                                Yes          Yes




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            Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                     California
                                                          Acutely
Chemical                                                             Extremely
                                                         Hazardous
                                                                     Hazardous

Askarel                                                              Yes
Azinphos-ethyl                                          Yes
Azinphos-methyl                                         Yes
Aziridine                                                            Yes
Azodrin                                                              Yes
Baldafum                                                             Yes
Banol                                                                Yes
Barium cyanide                                                       Yes
BAYER 25634                                                          Yes
Benzyl chloride                                         Yes
Benzenamine, 3-(trifluoromethyl)-                       Yes
Benzene hexachloride                                                 Yes
Benzene, 1-(chloromethyl)-4-nitro                       Yes
Benzenearsonic acid                                     Yes
Benznephosphorous dichloride                                         Yes
Benzidine (and its salts)                                            Yes
Benzimindazole, 4,5-dichloro-2- (trifluoromethyl)-      Yes
Benzoquinone, 1,4-                                                   Yes
Benzotrichloride                                        Yes
Benzotrifluoride                                                     Yes
Benzoyl chloride                                                     Yes
Benzyl chloride                                         Yes
Benzyl chlorocarbonate (Benzyl chloroformate                         Yes
Benzyl cyanide                                          Yes
Beryllium                                                            Yes
Beryllium compounds                                                  Yes
Beryllium copper                                                     Yes
Beryllium fluoride                                                   Yes




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           Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                         California
                                                              Acutely
Chemical                                                                 Extremely
                                                             Hazardous
                                                                         Hazardous

Beryllium hydride                                                        Yes
Beryllium hydroxide                                                      Yes
Beryllium oxide                                              Yes
BHC, gamma-                                                              Yes
Bicyc [2.2.1] heptane-2-carbonitrile, 5-chloro-6-((((Meth    Yes
Bidrin. Docrptp[jps. 3-(dimethylamine) - 1-methyl- 3-oxo -
                                                                         Yes
propenyl diemthyl
Biphenyl                                                                 Yes
Bis (chloromethyl) ketone                                    Yes
Bitoscanate                                                  Yes
Bladafum                                                                 Yes
Bomyl, dimethyl 3-hydroxygluaconate 2, methyl phosphate                  Yes
Boranes                                                                  Yes
Bordeaux arsenites                                                       Yes
Boron tribromide                                                         Yes
Boron trichloride                                            Yes         Yes
Boron trifluoride                                            Yes         Yes
Boron trifluoride compound with methyl ether                 Yes
BPL                                                                      Yes
Bromadiolone                                                 Yes
Bromine                                                      Yes         Yes
Bromine pentafluoride                                                    Yes
Bromine trifluoride                                                      Yes
Bromomethane                                                             Yes
Brucine                                                                  Yes
Butenal, 2-                                                              Yes
Butyl trichlorosilane                                                    Yes
Butyl-5-mehyl-4,6-dinitrophenyl acetate, 2-tert                          Yes
Butyllithium (and isomers), n-                                           Yes




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          Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                     California
                                                          Acutely
Chemical                                                             Extremely
                                                         Hazardous
                                                                     Hazardous

Cacodylic acid                                                       Yes
Cadmium (powder)                                                     Yes
Cadmium compounds                                                    Yes
Cadmium cyanide                                                      Yes
Cadmium oxide                                            Yes
Cadmium stearate                                         Yes
Calcium                                                              Yes
Calcium arsenate                                         Yes
Calcium arsenate, PENSAL                                             Yes
Calcium arsenite                                                     Yes
Calcium carbide                                                      Yes
Calcium hydride                                                      Yes
Calcium hypochlorite                                                 Yes
Calcium oxychloride (dry)                                            Yes
Calcium phosphide                                                    Yes
Camphechlor                                              Yes
Cantharidin                                              Yes
Carbachol chloride                                       Yes
Carbamic acid, methyl-, (o-((2,4-dimethyl-1,2- dithiol   Yes
Carbanolate                                              Yes
Carbofuran                                                           Yes
Carbofuran; 2,3-dihydro-2,2-dimethyl-y- benzofuranyl
                                                                     Yes
methylcarbanate
Carbomethoxy-1-methyvinyl dimethyl phosphate                         Yes
Carbon disulfide                                         Yes
Carbonphenothion                                         Yes         Yes
Carbonyl chloride                                                    Yes
Ceresan liquid                                                       Yes
CEREWET                                                              Yes




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           Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                          California
                                                               Acutely
Chemical                                                                  Extremely
                                                              Hazardous
                                                                          Hazardous

Chemflorm                                                                 Yes
Chlordan: 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,8-Octachloro-4,7-methano-3a,4,7,7a-
                                                                          Yes
tetrahydroi
Chlordane                                                     Yes
Chlordecone (kepone)                                                      Yes
Chlorfenvinfos                                                Yes
Chlorine                                                      Yes         Yes
Chlorine dioxide (not hydrate                                             Yes
Chlorine dioxide hydrate, frozen                                          Yes
Chlorine pentafluoride                                                    Yes
Chlorine trifluoride                                                      Yes
Chlormephos                                                   Yes
Chlormequat chloride                                          Yes
Chloro-1-(2,4-dichlorophenyl) vinyl diethyl phosphate, 2-                 Yes
Chloro-4-dimethylamino-6-methyl pyrimidine, 2-                            Yes
Chloro-endo-6-cyano-2-norbornanone-O-(
                                                                          Yes
methylcarbamoyll)oxime, exo-3-
Chloroacetic acid                                             Yes
Chloroacetophenone, alpha-                                                Yes
Chloroacetyl chloride                                                     Yes
chlorobenylidene malonitrile, ortho-                                      Yes
Chlorochromic anhydride                                                   Yes
Chloroethanol                                                 Yes
Chloroethyl chloroformate                                     Yes
Chloroform                                                    Yes
Chloromethyl ether                                            Yes
(Chloromethyl) Ether, Dichloromethyl ether, bis                           Yes
Chloromethyl methyl ether (technical grade                    Yes
Chloropacinone                                                Yes




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          Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                            California
                                                                 Acutely
Chemical                                                                    Extremely
                                                                Hazardous
                                                                            Hazardous

Chlorophenyl) thio. methyl O,O-diethyl phosphorodithioate, S-
                                                                            Yes
(4-
Chlorophenyl-2,4,5-tri-chlorophenyl sulfide, S-para-                        Yes
Chloropicrin                                                    Yes
Chloropicrin mixture                                                        Yes
Chlorosulfonic acid                                                         Yes
Chlorotetrafluoroethane                                                     Yes
Chlorovinyldichloroarsine, beta-                                            Yes
Chloroxuron                                                     Yes
Chlorthiophos                                                   Yes
Chromic Chloride                                                            Yes
Chromium oxychloride                                                        Yes
Chromyl chloride                                                            Yes
CMME                                                                        Yes
Cobalt Carbonyl                                                 Yes
Cobalt ((2,2'-(1,2-Ethanediyibis(nitrilomethylidyne)) Bi        Yes
Colchicine                                                      Yes
Compoind 1080                                                               Yes
Copper Acetoarsenite                                                        Yes
Copper arsenate                                                             Yes
Copper arsenite                                                             Yes
Copper cyanide                                                              Yes
Coroxon; ortho, ortho-dimethyl-ortho-(3-chloro -4-
                                                                            Yes
methylcoumarin-7-yl)
Coumafuryl                                                                  Yes
Coumaphos                                                       Yes
Coumatetralyl                                                   Yes         Yes
Cresol, o-                                                      Yes
Crimidine                                                       Yes         Yes




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           Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                    California
                                                         Acutely
Chemical                                                            Extremely
                                                        Hazardous
                                                                    Hazardous

Crotonaldehyde                                         Yes
Crotonaldehyde, (E)                                    Yes
Crotonaldehyde, 2-butenal                                           Yes
Cupric arsenate                                                     Yes
Cyanide or cyanide mixture, dry                                     Yes
Cyanide solution, N.O.S.                                            Yes
Cyanogen                                                            Yes
Cyanogen bromide                                       Yes
Cyanogen iodide                                        Yes
Cyanophenphos                                                       Yes
Cyanophenyl-O-ethyl phenyl phosphonothioate, O-para-                Yes
Cyanophos                                              Yes
Cyanuric fluoride                                      Yes
Cyclohexenyltrichlorosilane                                         Yes
Cycloheximide                                          Yes          Yes
Cyclohexylamine                                        Yes
Cyclohexyltrichlorosilane                                           Yes
Cyolan                                                              Yes
D, 2,4-                                                             Yes
DCB                                                                 Yes
DDVP                                                                Yes
Decaborane (14)                                        Yes          Yes
Dechlorane                                                          Yes
DELNAV; S,S-1,4-dioxane-2,3-diyl bis(o,o-diethyl
                                                                    Yes
phosphorodithioate
Demeton                                                Yes
Demeton, Systox                                                     Yes
Demeton-S-methyl                                       Yes
Dialifor                                               Yes          Yes




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            Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                          California
                                                               Acutely
Chemical                                                                  Extremely
                                                              Hazardous
                                                                          Hazardous

Diamine, anhydrous                                            Yes
Diborane                                                      Yes         Yes
Diboron Hexahydride                                                       Yes
Dibromo-3-chloropropane, 1,2-                                             Yes
Dichlorobenzidine, 3,3'-                                                  Yes
Dichlorodimethylsilane                                                    Yes
Dichloroethyl ether                                           Yes         Yes
Dichloroethylarsine                                                       Yes
Dichloromethyphenylsilane                                                 Yes
Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, 2,4-                                          Yes
Dichlorvos                                                    Yes         Yes
Dicrotophos                                                   Yes
Dieldrin: 1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachloro-6,76-epoxy-
                                                                          Yes
1,4,4a,5,6,7,8,8a-octahyd
Diepoxybutane                                                 Yes
Diethoxyphosphinylimino)-1,3-dithiolane                                   Yes
Diethyl chlorophosphate                                       Yes
Diethyl Chlorovinyl phosphate                                             Yes
Diethyl S-(N-ethoxycabonyl n-methyl-carbamoyl-methyl
                                                                          Yes
phosphorodithioa
Diethyl Zinc, zinc ethyl                                                  Yes
Diethyl-O,4-(methylsulfinyl) phenyl, phosphorothioate, O,O-               Yes
Diethyl-O-para-nitrophenyl phosphorothioate, O,O-                         Yes
Diethyl-S-(isoprpylthiomethyl phosphorodithioate, O,O-                    Yes
Diethylaluminum chloride                                                  Yes
Diethylcarbamazine citrate                                    Yes
Diethyldichlorosilane                                                     Yes
Difluorophosphoric acid                                                   Yes
Digitoxin                                                     Yes
Diglycidyl ether                                              Yes         Yes




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Digoxin                                                        Yes
Dihydroxybenzene, p- (hydroquinone)                            Yes         Yes
Diiphenyldichlorosilane                                                    Yes
DIMECRON                                                                   Yes
Dimefox                                                        Yes
Dimefox, tetramethylphosphorodiamidic fluoride                             Yes
Dimethoate                                                     Yes
Dimethoxystrychnine                                                        Yes
Dimethyl 3-hydroxyglutaconate dimethyl phosphate                           Yes
Dimethyl phosphorochloridothioate                              Yes
Dimethyl phosphorothinoate, O,O-                                           Yes
Dimethyl sulfate                                               Yes         Yes
Dimethyl sulfide                                               Yes
Dimethyl sulfide, methylsulfide                                            Yes
Dimethyl-p-phenylenediamine                                    Yes
Dimethylamino)-1-methyl-3-oxo-1-propenyl dimethyl phosphate,
                                                                           Yes
3-
Dimethylaminoazobenzene                                                    Yes
Dimethylhydrazine                                              Yes
Dimethylhydrazine, 1,1-                                                    Yes
Dimethylnitrosamine                                            Yes         Yes
Dimetilan                                                      Yes
Dinitro-6-sec-butylphenol, 2,4-                                            Yes
Dinitro-ortho-cresol, 4,6-                                                 Yes
Dinitrobenzene (ortho, meta, para)                                         Yes
Dinitrobenzene solid or dinitrobenzol, solid                               Yes
Dinitrocresol                                                  Yes
Dinitrophenol                                                              Yes
Dinitrophenol, 2,4-                                                        Yes




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Dinoseb                                                         Yes         Yes
Dinotrerb                                                       Yes
Dioxathion                                                      Yes         Yes
Diphacinone                                                     Yes
Diphenyl                                                                    Yes
Diphenylamine chloroarsine, phenarsazine chloride                           Yes
Diphosgene (phosgene)                                                       Yes
Dithiobiuret                                                    Yes
Dithione                                                                    Yes
DNPC                                                                        Yes
Dodecyltrichlorosilane                                                      Yes
DOWCO-139, ZECTRAN, Mexacarbate, 4-(dimethylamine)-3,5-
                                                                            Yes
dimethylphenyl m
DOWIDICE I                                                                  Yes
Dyfonate                                                                    Yes
EGETON 30                                                                   Yes
EI                                                                          Yes
Emetine, dihydrochloride                                        Yes
Endosulfan                                                      Yes         Yes
Endosulfan & mixture liquid                                                 Yes
Endothall                                                                   Yes
Endothion                                                       Yes
Endothion, exothion, s-(methosy-4-oxo-4H- pyran-2- yl-
                                                                            Yes
methyl)O,O-dim
Endrin                                                          Yes
Endrin;1,2,3,6,10,10-hexachloro-6,7-epoxy-1,4,4,4a,5,6,8,8 a-
                                                                            Yes
octahydro
Epichlorohydrin                                                 Yes
EPN; O-ethyl O-para-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothioate          Yes         Yes
Epoxypropyl) ether, bis(2,3-                                                Yes




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Ergocalciferol                                                Yes
Ergotamine tartrate                                           Yes
Ethanesulfonyl chloride, 2-chloro-                            Yes
Ethanethiol                                                               Yes
Ethanol, 1,2-dichloro-, acetate                               Yes
Ethino & mixture dry                                                      Yes
Ethion                                                        Yes         Yes
Ethoprophos                                                   Yes
Ethyl chlorocarbonate                                                     Yes
Ethyl eichloroarsine                                                      Yes
Ethyl mercaptan                                                           Yes
Ethyl O-para-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothioate, O-                       Yes
Ethyl phenyl dichlorosilane                                               Yes
Ethyl-S, S-dipropyl phosphorodithioate, O                                 Yes
Ethylbis (2-chloroethyl) amine                                Yes
Ethyldichlorosilane                                                       Yes
Ethylene cyanohydrin                                                      Yes
Ethylene fluorohydrin                                         Yes
Ethylene oxide                                                Yes
Ethylenediamine                                               Yes
Ethyleneimine                                                 Yes
Ethylsulfonyl) ethyl, O,O-dimethyl phosphorothinaote, s-,2(               Yes
Ethylthiocyanate                                              Yes
Ethyltrichloro silane                                                     Yes
Exothion                                                                  Yes
FAC;O,O-diethyl-S-carboethoxyethyl phosphorodithioate                     Yes
Fenamiphos                                                    Yes
Fenitrothion                                                  Yes




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Fensulfothion                                                 Yes         Yes
Ferric arsenate, solid                                                    Yes
Ferric arsenite, solid                                                    Yes
Ferrous arsenate, solid                                                   Yes
Flouric acid                                                              Yes
Fluenetil                                                     Yes
Fluoboric acid                                                            Yes
Fluorine                                                      Yes         Yes
Fluoroacetamide                                               Yes
Fluoracetanilide                                                          Yes
Gluoroacetic acid                                             Yes
Fluoroacetyl chloride                                         Yes
Fluoroboric acid                                                          Yes
Fluorosulfonic acid (fizzies)                                             Yes
Fluorouracil                                                  Yes
Fonofos                                                       Yes         Yes
Formaldehyde                                                  Yes
Formaldehyde cyanohydrin                                      Yes
Formetanate hydrochloride                                     Yes
Formothion                                                    Yes
Formparanate                                                  Yes
Fosthietan                                                    Yes
Fostion                                                                   Yes
Fuberidazole                                                  Yes
Fumarin                                                                   Yes
Furadan                                                                   Yes
Furan                                                         Yes
Furanyl)-3-oxobutyl 1.1-4-hydroxy-2H-1-benzopyran-2-one, 3-
                                                                          Yes
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Gallium trichloride                                               Yes
GB                                                                            Yes
Guthion; O,O-dimethyl-S-4- oxo-1,2,3-benzotriazin -3(4H)-
                                                                              Yes
ylmethyl phospho
Hanane                                                                        Yes
Heptachlor; 1,4,5,6,7,8,8-heptachlor-3a,4,7,7a- tetrahydro-4,7-
                                                                              Yes
methanoin
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene                                         Yes
Hexadecyltrichlorosilane                                                      Yes
Hexamethylenediamine, N.N'-dibutyl-                               Yes
Hexyltrichlorosilane                                                          Yes
Hydrazine                                                         Yes         Yes
Hydriodic acid                                                                Yes
Hydrobromic acid, -49% strength                                               Yes
Hydrobromic acid, +49% strength                                               Yes
Hydrochloric acid                                                             Yes
Hydrochlorite compounds                                                       Yes
Hydrochlorite solution                                                        Yes
Hydrocyanic acid                                                  Yes         Yes
Hydrogen bromide                                                              Yes
Hydrogen chloride (gas only)                                      Yes
Hydrogen fluoride                                                 Yes
Hydrogen peroxide (concentration>52%                              Yes
Hydrogen phosphide                                                            Yes
Hydrogen selenide                                                 Yes         Yes
Hydrogen sulfide                                                  Yes         Yes
Hydroquinone                                                      Yes
Hydroxy-N-cis-crotonamide, 3-                                                 Yes
Hydroxypropioniotrile, beta-                                                  Yes
Inerteen                                                                      Yes




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Iron arsentate                                                     Yes
Iron, pentacarbonyl-                                  Yes
Isobenzan                                             Yes          Yes
Isobutyronitrile                                      Yes
Isocyanic acid, 3,4-dichlorophenyl ester              Yes
Isodrin                                               Yes
Isofluorphate                                         Yes
Isophorone diisocyanate                               Yes
Isoproplymethylpyrazolyl dimethlcarbamate             Yes
Isopropyl Chloroformate                               Yes
Isopropyl Formate                                     Yes
Isoprpylphenyl-N-methylcarbamate, meta-                            Yes
Kepone                                                             Yes
Lactonitrile                                          Yes
LAH                                                                Yes
Lannate                                                            Yes
Lead arsenate, solid                                               Yes
Lead cyanide                                                       Yes
Lead orthoarsenate                                                 Yes
Leptophos                                             Yes
Lindane                                               Yes
Lithium                                                            Yes
Lithium aluminum hydride                                           Yes
Lithium amide                                                      Yes
Lithium amide, powdered                                            Yes
Lithium ferrosilicon                                               Yes
Lithium hydride                                       Yes
Lithium hypochlorite                                               Yes




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Lithium hypochlorite compound, dry                                 Yes
Lithium peroxide                                                   Yes
Lithium silicon                                                    Yes
London purple                                                      Yes
London purple, solid                                               Yes
Magnesium                                                          Yes
Magnesium arsenate                                                 Yes
Magnesium arsenite                                                 Yes
Malathion                                                          Yes
Maleic anhydride                                                   Yes
Malonoitrile                                          Yes
Manganese arsenate                                                 Yes
Manganese, tricarbonyl methycyclopentadienyl          Yes
Marlate                                                            Yes
Mecarbam                                                           Yes
Mechlorethamine                                       Yes
Medinoterb acetate                                                 Yes
Mephosfolan                                           Yes
Mercuric acetate                                      Yes
Mercuric chloride                                     Yes          Yes
Mercuric oxide                                        Yes
Mercury                                                            Yes
Mercury chloride                                                   Yes
Mercury compound N.O.S.                                            Yes
Mercury, metallic                                                  Yes
Metaisosystox-sulfon                                               Yes
Metal hydrides                                                     Yes
Methacrolein diacetate                                Yes




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Methacrylic anhydride                                           Yes
Methacrylonitrile                                               Yes
Methacryloyl chloride                                           Yes
Methacryloyloxyethyl isocyanate                                 Yes
Methamidophos                                                   Yes
Methanesulfonyl fluoride                                        Yes
Methidathion                                                    Yes
Methiocarb                                                      Yes
Methomyl                                                        Yes         Yes
Methoxy-2-oxo-1,24-thiadiazol-3 (2H)-yl) methy, -O,O-dimethyl
                                                                            Yes
phosphoro
Methoxy-4-oxo-4H-pyran-2-yl)-methyl.O-O-dimethyl
                                                                            Yes
phosphorothioate, S-,
Methoxychlor                                                                Yes
Methoxyethylmercuric acetate                                    Yes
Methoxyethylmercuric chloride                                               Yes
Methyl 2-chloroacrylate                                         Yes
Methyl bromide                                                  Yes
methyl chlorocarbonate                                                      Yes
Methyl chloroformate                                            Yes         Yes
Methyl chloromethyl ether                                       Yes
Methyl disulfide                                                Yes
Methyl hydrazine                                                Yes
Methyl isocyanate                                               Yes         Yes
Methyl mercaptan                                                Yes
Methyl parathion                                                            Yes
Methyl parathion, liquid                                                    Yes
Methyl phenkapton                                               Yes
Methyl phosphonic dichloride                                    Yes
Methyl sulfate                                                              Yes




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Methyl sulfide                                                            Yes
Methyl thiocyanate                                            Yers
Methyl vinyl ketone                                           Yes
Methyl yellow                                                             Yes
Methyl-2-(methylthio) propionaldehyde-O-(methylcarbomyl)
                                                                          Yes
oxime, 2-
Methylaluminum sesquibromide                                              Yes
Methylaluminum sesquichloride                                             Yes
Methylaziridine (propyleneimine), 2-                                      Yes
Methyldichloroarsine                                                      Yes
Methyldichlorosilane                                                      Yes
Methylhydrazine                                                           Yes
Methylmagnesium bromide                                                   Yes
Methylmagnesium chloride                                                  Yes
Methylmagnesium iodide                                                    Yes
Methylmercuric dicyanamide                                    Yes
Methyltrichlorosilane                                         Yes         Yes
Metolcarb                                                     Yes
Mevinphos                                                     Yes         Yes
Mexacarbate                                                   Yes
Mintacol                                                                  Yes
Mitomycin C                                                   Yes
Mixture of arsenic trioxide, aniline, lime and ferrus oxide               Yes
MMH                                                                       Yes
MOCAP, O-ethyl-S,S-dipropyl phosphorodithioate                            Yes
Monocrotophos                                                 Yes
Monomethyl hydrazine                                                      Yes
Muscimol                                                      Yes
Mustard gas                                                   Yes




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NA, 1-                                                              Yes
Naphthylamine, 1-                                                   Yes
Naphthlyamine, 2-NA                                                 Yes
Naphthlamine, alpha                                                 Yes
NBP, 4-                                                             Yes
Nemagon                                                             Yes
NIA 10, 242                                                         Yes
Nickel antimonide                                                   Yes
Nickel carbonyl                                        Yes
Nickel carbonyl, nickel tetracarbonyl                               Yes
Nickel cyanide                                                      Yes
Nickelous arsenate                                                  Yes
Nickel tetracarbonyl                                                Yes
Nicotine                                               Yes
Nicotine sulfate                                       Yes
Nitric acid                                            Yes
Nitric oxide                                           Yes
Nitrobenzene                                           Yes          Yes
Nitrobiphenyl, 4-NBP, 4-                                            Yes
Nitrocyclohexane                                       Yes
Nitrogen dioxide                                       Yes
Nitrophenol                                                         Yes
Nitrophenol (ortho, meta, para)                                     Yes
Nonyltrichlorosilane                                                Yes
Norbormide                                                          Yes
OCMB                                                                Yes
Octadecyltrichlorosilane                                            Yes
Octyltrichlorosilane                                                Yes




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Oleum (fuming sulfuric acid)                                            Yes
OMPA                                                                    Yes
Organorhodium Complex (PMN-82-147)                          Yes         Yes
Orthozenol                                                              Yes
Ouabain                                                     Yes
Oxabicyclo[2.2.1] heptane-2,3-dicarboxylic acid, 7-                     Yes
Oxamyl                                                      Yes
Oxetane,3,3-bis (chloromethyl                               Yes
Oxydisulfoton                                               Yes
Oxygen difluoride                                                       Yes
Ozone                                                       Yes
Para-(5-amino-3-phenyl-1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-yl) - N,N,N',N-
                                                                        Yes
tetrametnyl ph
Para-oxon                                                               Yes
Paraquat                                                    Yes
Paraquat methosulfate                                       Yes
Paration                                                    Yes         Yes
Parathion mixture, dry                                                  Yes
Parathion-methyl                                            Yes
Paris green                                                 Yes
PCP                                                                     Yes
Pensal                                                                  Yes
Pentaborane                                                 Yes         Yes
Pentachlorophenol                                                       Yes
Pentadecylamine                                             Yes
Perecetic acid                                              Yes
Perchloromethylmercaptan                                    Yes         Yes
Pesticides not specifically listed                                      Yes
Pextox 14                                                               Yes




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Phenarsazine chlorine                                                       Yes
Phenol                                                          Yes
Phenol, 2,2'-thiobis(4,6-dichlororo-                            Yes
Phenol, 2,2'-thiobis(4-chloro-6-methyl)-                        Yes
Phenol, 3- (1-methylethyl)-, methlycarbamate                    Yes
Phenoxarsine, 10,10'-oxydi-                                     Yes
Phenyl chloromethyl ketone                                      Yes         Yes
Phenylbenzene                                                               Yes
Phenylhydrazine hydrochloride                                   Yes
Phenylmercury acetate                                           Yes
Phenylphenol                                                                Yes
Phenylsilatrane                                                 Yes
Phenylthiourea                                                  Yes
Phenyltrichlorosilane                                           Yes         Yes
Phorate                                                         Yes
Phorate, thimet, O,O-diethyl-S-[(ethylthio)methyl]
                                                                            Yes
phosphorodithioate
Phosacetim                                                      Yes
Phosdrin                                                                    Yes
Phosfolan                                                       Yes
Phosfolan, Cyolan, 2-(Diethoxyphosphinylimono) 1,3-dithiolane               Yes
Phosgene                                                        Yes
Phosgene, Carbonyl Chloride                                                 Yes
Phosmet                                                         Yes
Phosphamidon                                                    Yes
Phosphamidon, Dimecorn, 2-Chloro-2-diethylcarbamoyl- 1-
                                                                            Yes
methylvinyl dime
Phoshpine                                                       Yes         Yes
Phosphonothioic Acid, Methyl-,o-(4Nitrophenyl) O-phen           Yes
Phosphonothioic Acid, Methyl-,o-Ehtyl o-(4-(Methylthio          Yes




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Phosphonothioic Acid, Mehtyl-,s-(2(Bis(1-Methylethyl) A   Yes
Phosphoric Acid, Dimethyl-4-(Methylthio)Phenyl Ester      Yes
Phosphoric Chloride                                                   Yes
Phosphorous                                               Yes
Phosphorus Oxychloride                                    Yes         Yes
Phosphorus Pentachloride                                  Yes
Phosphorus Pentasulfide                                               Yes
Phosphorus Pentoxide                                      Yes
Phosphorus Sesquisulfide, Tetraphosphorus Trisulfide                  Yes
Phosphorus Tribromide                                                 Yes
Phosphorus Trichloride                                    Yes         Yes
Phosphorus Trisulfide                                                 Yes
Phosphorus, White or Yellow, Dry                                      Yes
Phosphoryl Bromide                                                    Yes
Phostoxin                                                             Yes
Physostigmine                                             Yes
Physostigmine, Salicylate (1:1)                           Yes
Picrotoxin                                                Yes
Piperidine                                                Yes
Piprotal                                                  Yes
Pirimifos-Ethyl                                           Yes
Platinum Compounds                                                    Yes
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)                                      Yes
Polychlorocamphene                                                    Yes
Potassium Acid Fluoride                                               Yes
Potassium Arsenate                                                    Yes
Potassium Arsenite                                        Yes         Yes
Potassium Bifluoride                                                  Yes
Potassium Cyanide                                         Yes         Yes




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Potassium Cyanide Solution                                                   Yes
Potassium Cyanide Solid                                                      Yes
Potassium Hydride                                                            Yes
Potassium Silver Cyanide                                         Yes
Potassium (Metal or Metallic)                                                Yes
Promecarb                                                        Yes
Propanenitrile, 3-chloro                                         Yes
Propargyl Bromide                                                Yes         Yes
Propiolactone, Beta-                                             Yes         Yes
Propionitrile                                                    Yes
Propiophenone, 4-Amino-                                          Yes
Propyl Chloroformate                                             Yes
Propylene Oxide                                                  Yes
Propyleneimine                                                   Yes         Yes
Propyltrichlorosilane                                                        Yes
Prothoate                                                        Yes         Yes
Pyranol                                                                      Yes
Pyrene                                                           Yes
Pyridine, 2-Methyl-5-Vinyl                                       Yes
Pyridine, 4-Amino-                                               Yes
Pyridine, 4-Nitro-, 1-Oxide                                      Yes
Pyriminil                                                        Yes
Pyrophoric                                                                   Yes
Quinone                                                                      Yes
Racumin 57                                                                   Yes
Ratox                                                                        Yes
S,,(4-Chlorophenyl) thio.methyl.O,O-diethyl Phosphorodithioate               Yes
S-,2-(ethyl-sulfonyl)ethyl.O,O-dimethyl Phosphorothioate                     Yes
Salcomine                                                        Yes




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Sarin                                                  Yes
Schradan                                                            Yes
Selenious Acid                                         Yes
Selenium                                                            Yes
Selenium Compounds                                                  Yes
Selenium Flouride                                                   Yes
Selenium Oxychloride                                   Yes
Selenous Acid and Salts                                             Yes
Semicarbazide Hydrochloride                            Yes
Silane, (4-Aminobutyl) Diethoxymethyl                  Yes
Silicochloroform                                                    Yes
Silicon Chloride                                                    Yes
Silicon Tetrachloride                                               Yes
Silver Acetylide                                                    Yes
Silver Cyanide                                                      Yes
Sinox                                                               Yes
Sodium Alumionum Hydride                                            Yes
Sodium Amide                                                        Yes
Sodium Arsenate                                        Yes          Yes
Sodium Arsenite                                        Yes
Sodium Azide (Na(N3))                                  Yes
Sodium Bifluoride                                                   Yes
Sodium Cacodylate                                      Yes          Yes
Sodium Cyanide                                         Yes          Yes
Sodium Cyanide, Solid                                               Yes
Sodium Dimethylarsenate                                             Yes
Sodium Fluoroacetate                                   Yes
Sodium Hydride                                                      Yes
Sodium Hypochloride                                                 Yes




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Sodium Methylate                                                    Yes
Sodium Pentachlorophenate                              Yes
Sodium Peroxide                                                     Yes
Sodium Potassium Alloy                                              Yes
Sodium Selenate                                        Yes          Yes
Sodium Selenite                                        Yes
Sodium Tellurite                                       Yes
Sodium, Metal Dispersion in Organic Solvent                         Yes
Sodium, Metal or Metallic                                           Yes
Stannane, Acetoxytriphenyl                             Yes
Strontium Arsenate                                                  Yes
Strychnine                                             Yes          Yes
Strychnine, Sulfate                                    Yes
Sulfonyl Chloride                                                   Yes
Sulfotep                                               Yes
Sulfoxide, 3-Chloropropyl Octyl                        Yes
Sulfur Chloride                                                     Yes
Sulfur Dioxide                                         Yes
Sulfur Mustard                                                      Yes
Sulfur Oxychloride                                                  Yes
Sulfur Pentafluoride                                                Yes
Sulfur Tetrafluoride                                   Yes
Sulfur Trioxide                                        Yes
Sulfuric Acid                                          Yes
Sulfuric Anhydride                                                  Yes
Sulfuryl Chloride                                                   Yes
Sulfuryl Fluoride, Sulfonyl Fluoride                                Yes
Supracide                                                           Yes




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Surecide, Cyanophenphos, o-para-Cyanophenyl-O-ethyl Phenyl
                                                                         Yes
Phosphonoth
Systox                                                                   Yes
Tabun                                                        Yes
TDI                                                                      Yes
TEDP                                                                     Yes
Tel (and other organic lead)                                             Yes
Tellurium                                                    Yes
Tellurium Hexafluoride                                       Yes         Yes
Telodrin, Isobenzan                                                      Yes
Temik                                                                    Yes
TEPA                                                                     Yes
TEPP                                                         Yes         Yes
Terbufos                                                     Yes
Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD), 2,3,7,8-                             Yes
Tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin, 2,3,7,8-                                 Yes
Tetraethyl Eithionopyrophosphate                                         Yes
Tetraethyl Lead (Export Shipment by Water)                               Yes
Tetraethyl Pyrophosphate                                                 Yes
Tetraethyl Pyrophosphate mixture, dry                                    Yes
Tetraethyl Pyrophosphate, liquid                                         Yes
Tetraethyl Lead                                              Yes
Tetraethyltin                                                Yes         Yes
Tetramethylphosphorodiamidic Fluoride                                    Yes
Tetranitromethane                                            Yes         Yes
Tetraphosphorus Trisulfide                                               Yes
Tetrasul                                                                 Yes
Thallium                                                                 Yes
Thallium compounds                                                       Yes




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Thallium Sulfate                                        Yes
Thallium (1) Acetate                                                 Yes
Thallium (1) Carbonate                                               Yes
Thallous Carbonate                                      Yes
Thallous Chloride                                       Yes
Thallous Malonate                                       Yes
Thallous Sulfate                                        Yes
Thimet                                                               Yes
Thiocarbazide                                           Yes
Thiocarbonylchloride                                                 Yes
Thionazin                                               Yes          Yes
Thionyl Chloride                                                     Yes
Thiophenol                                              Yes
Thiophosgene                                                         Yes
Thiophosphoryl Chloride                                              Yes
Thiosemicarbazide                                       Yes
Thiotanox                                               Yes
Thiourea, (2-Chlorophenyl)-                             Yes
Thiourea, (2-Methylphenyl)-                             Yes
Titanic Chloride                                                     Yes
Titanium Tetrachloride                                  Yes          Yes
Toluene Diisocynate                                                  Yes
Toluene-2,4-Diisocyanate                                Yes          Yes
Toluene-2,6-Diisocyanate                                Yes
Toxaphene (Polychlorinated Camphenes)                                Yes
Tranid                                                  Yes
Trans-1,4-Dichlorobutene                                Yes
Triamiphos                                              Yes          Yes
Triazofos                                               Yes




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                                        Appendix C


  ACUTELY & CALIFORNIA EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL LISTING

            Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                     California
                                                          Acutely
Chemical                                                             Extremely
                                                         Hazardous
                                                                     Hazardous

Trichloro (Chloromethyl) Silane                         Yes
Trichloro (Dichlorophenyl) Silane                       Yes
Trichloroacetyl Chloride                                Yes
Trichloroborane                                                      Yes
Trichlorethylsilane                                     Yes
Trichloromethanesulfenyl Chloride                                    Yes
Trichloronate                                           Yes
Trichloronitromethane                                                Yes
Trichlorophenoxyacetic Acid, 2,4,5-T,                                Yes
Trichlorosilane                                                      Yes
Triethoxysilane                                         Yes
Triethylenephosphoramide                                             Yes
Trifluoromethylbenzene                                               Yes
Trimethylchlorosilane                                   Yes
Trimethylolpropane Phosphite                            Yes
Trimethyltin Chloride                                   Yes
Triphenyltin Chloride                                   Yes
Tris (2-Chloroethyl) Amine                              Yes
Tris- (1-Axiridinyl) Phosphine Oxide                                 Yes
Trithion                                                             Yes
UDMH                                                                 Yes
Ultracide                                                            Yes
Valinomycin                                             Yes
Vanadic Acid Anhydride                                               Yes
Vanadium Pentoxide                                      Yes          Yes
Vapona                                                               Yes
Vinyl Acetate Monomer                                   Yes
Vinyl Chloride                                                       Yes




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                                      Appendix C


  ACUTELY & CALIFORNIA EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL LISTING

           Acutely and California Extremely Hazardous Chemical Listing

                                                                        California
                                                             Acutely
Chemical                                                                Extremely
                                                            Hazardous
                                                                        Hazardous

Vinyl Trichlorosilane                                                   Yes
Warfarin                                                    Yes
Warfarin Sodium                                             Yes
Water Reactive Compounds                                                Yes
Wepsyn 155                                                              Yes
WP 155                                                                  Yes
Xylylene Dichloride                                         Yes
Zectranh                                                                Yes
Zinc Arsenate                                                           Yes
Zinc Cyanide                                                            Yes
Zinc Phosphide                                              Yes         Yes
Zinc, Dichloro(4,4-Dimethyl-5((((Methylamino )Carbonyl) O   Yes
Zinophos, O,O-Tetramethylthiuram Monosulfide                            Yes
Zinconium Tetrachloride                                                 Yes




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                                             Appendix D

                             Requirements for Incompatible Wastes
A.     Incompatible wastes shall not be placed in the same container in order to prevent the
       occurrence of the following reactions:

       1.      generate extreme heat or pressure, fire or explosions, or violent reactions;
       2.      produce uncontrolled toxic mists, fumes, dusts, or gases in sufficient quantities
               to threaten human health or the environment;
       3.      produce uncontrolled flammable fumes or gases in sufficient quantities to pose a
               risk of fire or explosions;
       4.      damage the structural integrity of the device or facility;
       5.      through other like means threaten human health or the environment.

B.     Hazardous waste shall not be placed in an unwashed container that previously held an
       incompatible waste or material.

C.     A container holding a hazardous waste that is incompatible with any waste or other
       materials transferred or stored nearby in other containers, piles, open tanks, or surface
       impoundment‟s shall be separated from the other material or protected from them by
       means of a dike, berm, wall, or other device. 22 CCR 66264.177.

                          Examples of Potentially Incompatible Waste

Many hazardous wastes, when mixed with other waste or materials can produce effects which
are harmful to human health and the environment, such as (1) heat or pressure, (2) fire or
explosion, (3) violent reaction, (4) toxic dusts, mists, fumes, or gases, or (5) flammable fumes
or gases. Below are examples of potentially incompatible wastes, waste components, and
materials, along with the harmful consequences, which result from mixing materials in one
group with materials in another group. The list is intended as a guide to indicate the need for
special precautions when managing these potentially incompatible waste materials or
components.

This list is not intended to be exhaustive. Faculty, Staff and EH&S shall, as regulations require,
adequately analyze all wastes so as to avoid creating uncontrolled substances or reactions of
the type listed below, whether they are listed below or not. Any questions or concerns should
be addressed to EH&S at extension 4697.

In the lists below, the mixing of a Group A material with a Group B material may have the
potential consequence as noted.

  Group 1 – A                                 Group 1 - B
  Acetylene Sludge                            Acid sludge
  Alkaline caustic liquids                    Acid and water
  Alkaline cleaner                            Battery acid
  Alkaline corrosive liquids                  Chemical cleaners
  Alkaline corrosive battery fluid            Electrolyte, acid
  Caustic wastewater                          Etching acid liquid or solvent
  Lime sludge and other corrosive alkalies
  Lime wastewater                             Pickling liquor and other
                                              corrosive acids
  Lime and water                              Spent acid
  Spent caustic                               Spent mixed acid
                                              Spent sulfuric acid
  Potential consequences:                     Heat generation;

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                                           violent reaction.


Group 2 – A                                Group 2 - B
Aluminum                                   Any waste in Group
                                           1 - A or 1 - B
Beryllium
Calcium
Lithium
Magnesium
Potassium
Sodium
Zinc powder
Other reactive metals and metal hydrides
Potential consequences:                    Fire or explosion; Generation of
                                           flammable hydrogen gas.


Group 3 – A                                Group 3 - B
Alcohols                                   Any concentrated waste in
                                           Groups 1 - A or 1 - B.
Water                                      Calcium
                                           Lithium
                                           Metal hydrides
                                           Potassium
                                           SO2Cl2, SOCl2, PCl3, CH3SiCl3
                                           Other water - reactive waste
Potential consequences:                    Fire, explosion, or heat generation;
                                           generation of Flammable or toxic
                                           gases.


Group 4 – A                                Group 4 - B
Alcohols                                   Concentrated Group 1 - A or 1 - B
                                           wastes
Aldehydes                                  Group 2 - A wastes
Halogenated hydrocarbons
Nitrated hydrocarbons
Unsaturated hydrocarbons
Other reactive organic compounds and
solvents
Potential consequences:                    Fire, explosion, or violent reaction.


Group 5 – A                                Group 5 - B
Spent cyanide and sulfide solutions        Group 1 - B wastes
Potential consequences:                    Generation of toxic hydrogen cyanide or
                                           hydrogen sulfide gas.


Group 6 – A                                Group 6 - B
Chlorates                                  Acetic acid and other organic acids
Chlorine                                   Concentrated mineral acids
Chlorites                                  Group 2 - A wastes
Chromic acid                               Group 4 - A wastes
Hypochlorite                               Other flammable and combustible wastes
Nitrates
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  Nitric acid, fuming
  Perchlorate
  Permanganates
  Peroxides
  Other strong oxidizers
  Potential consequences:                        Fire, explosion, or violent reaction.

                              Partial List of Incompatible Chemicals

The following list of chemicals in the left hand column should be transported, stored, used, and
disposed of in such a manner that they do not accidentally come in contact with the
corresponding chemicals in the right hand column. These chemicals could react violently if
allowed to come in accidental contact with each other, resulting in an explosion, or may produce
highly toxic and/or flammable gases or vapors. However, it should be remembered that this list
is not in any way complete, but is to serve only as a guide for the more commonly used
chemicals.
  Acetic acid                                  Chromic acid, Ethylene glycol, Hydroxyl-
                                               containing compounds, Nitric acid,
                                               Perchloric acid, Permanganates, Peroxides,
                                               Carbon tetrachloride, and other
                                               hydrocarbons.
  Acetone                                      Bromine, Chlorine, Nitric acid, Sulfuric acid,
                                               Chloroform, and Alumina.
  Acetylene                                    Bromine, Chlorine, Copper (tubing),
                                               Fluorine, Silver, Mercury or their
                                               compounds.
  Alkaline and alkaline earth metals such as   Carbon dioxide, Chlorinated hydrocarbons,
  Calcium, Cesium, Lithium, Powdered           Fluorine, Iodine, and Water.
  Aluminum, Magnesium, Potassium, and
  Sodium.
  Aluminum and its alloys                      Acid or alkaline solutions, Ammonium
                                               persulphate and water, Chlorates,
  (particularly powders)                       Chlorinated compounds, Nitrates, and
                                               Organic compounds in nitrate/nitrite salt
                                               baths.
  Ammonia (anhydrous)                          Bromine, Calcium, Hyprchlorite, Chlorine,
                                               Halogens, Hydrogen fluoride, Hydrofluoric
                                               (anhydrous), Iodine, Mercury (in
                                               manometers, for example), and Silver.
  Ammonium perchlorate, Permanganate,          Combustible materials: Oxidizing materials
  or Persulfate                                such as acids, Chlorates, and Nitrates.
  Ammonium nitrate                             Acid, Chlorates, Chlorides, Lead, Metallic
                                               nitrates, Metal powders, finely divided
                                               Organics or Combustibles, Sulfur, Zinc,
                                               Flammable fluids.
  Aniline                                      Hydrogen peroxide, Nitric acid, or other
                                               strong oxidizing agents
  Arsenical materials                          Any reducing agent
  Azides                                       Acids
  Barium peroxide                              Combustible Organics, Oxidizable
                                               materials, and water.
  Barium rhodanide                             Sodium Nitrate
  Bismuth and its alloys                       Perchloric acid
  Bromine                                      Acetone, Acetylene, Ammonia, Benzene,
                                               Butadiene, Butane and other Petroleum
                                               gases, Hydrogen, finely divided Metals,
                                               Sodium Carbide, and Turpentine.
  Calcium or Sodium Carbide                    Moisture (in air) or water.
  Calcium Hypochlorite                         (Activated) Ammonia or Carbon.
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Calcium Oxide                             Water
Carbon (activated)                        Calcium hypochlorite, all Oxidizing agents
Carbon tetrachloride                      Sodium
Carbon tetrachloride                      Sodium
Chlorates or Perchlorates                 Acids, Aluminum, Ammonium salts, Carbon,
                                          Cyanides, Phosphorus, Metal powders,
                                          Oxidizable Organics or other Combustibles,
                                          Sugar, Sulfides, and Sulfur.
Chlorine                                  Acetone, Acetylene, Ammonia, Benzene,
                                          Butadiene, Butane, and other Petroleum
                                          gases, finely divided Metals, Hydrogen,
                                          Metal powders, Methane, Propane (or other
                                          petroleum gases), sodium carbide, and
                                          Turpentine.
Chlorine dioxide                          Ammonia, Hydrogen Sulfide, Methane, and
                                          Phosphine.
Chromic acid and Chromium trioxide        Acetic acid (glacial), Acetic anhydride,
                                          Alcohol‟s, Camphor, Combustible materials,
                                          Flammable liquids, Glycerine, Naphthalene,
                                          Nitric acid, Sulfur, and Turpentine.
Copper                                    Acetylene, Hydrogen peroxide
Cumene hydroperoxide                      Acids (mineral or organic)
Cyanides                                  Acids or alkalies
Flammable Liquids                         Ammonium nitrate, Chromic acid, Hydrogen
                                          peroxide, Nitric acid, sodium peroxide,
                                          Halogens.
Fluorine                                  Most minerals
Hydrocarbons such as Benzene, Butane,     Bromine, Chlorine, Chromic acid, Fluorine,
Gasoline, Propane, Turpentine, etc.       Hydrogen peroxide, and Sodium peroxide.
Hydrofluoric acid or Anhydrous hydrogen   Ammonia (anhydrous or aqueous)
fluoride
Hydrocyanic acid or Hydrogen cyanide      Alkalies and Nitric acid
Hydrogen peroxide 3%                      Copper, Chromium, Iron, most metals or
                                          their salts, Alcohols, Acetone, Organic
                                          materials, Aniline, Nitro-methane,
                                          Combustible materials.
Hydrogen peroxide 30% or 90%              Same as 3% Hydrogen peroxide plus
                                          Aniline, any Flammable Liquids,
                                          Combustible materials, Nitro-methane, and
                                          all other Organic matter.
Hydrogen sulfide                          Fuming Nitric acid or Oxidizing gases
Hypochlorites                             Acids, Activated Carbon
Iodine                                    Acids, moisture in air, and Water.
Lithium aluminum hydride                  Air, Chlorinated hydrocarbons, Carbon
                                          dioxide, Ethyl acetate, and Water.
Magnesium (particularly powder)           Carbonates, Chlorates, Heavy metal
                                          oxalates or oxides, Nitrates, Perchlorates,
                                          Peroxides, Phosphates, and Sulfates.
Mercuric oxide                            Sulfur
Mercury                                   Acetylene, Alkali metals, Ammonia,
                                          Fulminic acid, Hydrogen, Nitric acid with
                                          ethanol and oxalic acid.
Nitrates                                  Combustible materials, Esters,
                                          Phosphorous, Sodium acetate, Stannous
                                          chloride, Sulfuric acid, Water, and Zinc
                                          Powder.
Nitric acid (conc)                        Acetic acid, Aniline, Chromic acid,
                                          Flammable gases and liquids, Hydrocyanic
                                          acid, Hydrogen sulfide, and Nitratable
                                          substances, Copper Brass, and heavy

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                                    Metals.
Nitric acid                         Alcohols and other oxidizable organic
                                    material, Hydriodic acid (Hydrogen Iodide),
                                    Magnesium or other metals, Phosphorous,
                                    Thiophene and Carbon.
Nitrites                            Acids, Potassium or Sodium cyanide
Nitro paraffins                     Inorganic alkalies, Bases, Amines.
Oxalic acid                         Mercury or Silver.
Oxygen (liquid or enriched air)     Flammable gases, Liquids or solids such as
                                    Acetone, acetylene, Grease, Hydrogen,
                                    Oils, and Phosphorous.
Perchloric acid                     Acetic anhydride, Alcohols, Bismuth and its
                                    alloys, Paper, Wood, Grease, Oils or any
                                    organic materials, and Reducing agents.
Peroxides (organic)                 Acids (mineral or organic), Avoid friction,
                                    Store cold.
Phosphorous                         Chlorates and perchlorates, Nitrates and
                                    Nitric acid.
Phosphorous pentoxide               Organic compounds or Water.
Phosphorous (Red)                   Oxidizing materials
Phosphorous (White)                 Air (oxygen) or other oxidizing materials,
                                    Alkalies, Reducing agents.
Picric acid                         Ammonia heated with oxides or salts of
                                    heavy metals and friction with oxidizing
                                    agents.
Potassium                           Air (moisture and/or oxygen), or Water,
                                    Carbon dioxide, Carbon tetrachloride.
Potassium chlorate or perchlorate   Acids or their vapors, Combustible
                                    materials, especially organic solvents,
                                    Phosphorous, and Sulfur.
Potassium permanganate              Benzaldehyde ethylene glycol, Glycerin,
                                    Glycerol, Sulfuric acid, and Reducing
                                    agents.
Selenides                           Reducing agents.
Silver                              Acetylene, Ammonium compounds, Nitric
                                    acid with ethanol, Oxalic acid, Tartaric acid
                                    and Fulminic acid.
Sodium                              Carbon tetrachloride, Carbon dioxide,
                                    Water.
Sodium amide                        Air (moisture and oxygen) or Water.
Sodium chlorate                     Acids, Ammonium salts, Oxidizable
                                    materials, and Sulfur.
Sodium hydrosulfite                 Air (moisture and oxygen) or Water.
Sodium nitrite                      Ammonia compounds, Ammonium nitrate,
                                    or other Ammonium salts.
Sodium peroxide                     Acetic acid (glacial) acetic anhydride,
                                    Alcohols, Penzaldehyde carbon disulfide
                                    ethyl acetate, Ethylene glycol furfural,
                                    Glycerine, Methanol, Methyl acetate, and
                                    other oxidizable substances.
Sulfides                            Acids
Sulfur                              Any oxidizing materials
Sulfuric acid                       Potassium chlorate, Potassium perchlorate,
                                    Potassium permanganate (similar
                                    compounds of light metals, such as Sodium,
                                    Lithium) and Water.
Tellurides                          Reducing agents
Water                               Acetyl chloride, Alkaline and Alkaline Earth
                                    Metals, their Hydrides and Oxides barium
                                    peroxide carbides, Chromic acid,

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                                                         Phosphorous oxychloride, Phosphorous
                                                         pentachloride, Phosphorous pentoxide,
                                                         Sulfuric acid and Sulfur trioxide, etc.
  Zinc chlorate                                          Acids or organic materials
  Zinc (particularly powder)                             Acids of water
  Zirconium (particularly in powder form)                Carbon tetrachloride and other Halogenated
                                                         Hydrocarbons, Peroxides, Sodium
                                                         bicarbonate, and Water.
This partial listing of incompatible chemicals was located on Humboldt‟s Web Site
(www.humboldt.edu/ehs/chemical.html) and applies to CSPUP. The CSPUP Environmental Health & Safety
Department wishes to thank the EH&S Department at Humboldt for having this on their web site for all to use.




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                                              Appendix E

                                         Hazardous Waste List



(California Code of Regulations, Title 22 Section 66261.126)

Appendix X - List of Chemical Names and Common Names for Hazardous Wastes and
Hazardous Materials

(a) This subdivision sets forth a list of chemicals, which create a presumption that a waste is a
hazardous waste. If a waste consists of or contains a chemical listed in this subdivision, the
waste is presumed to be a hazardous waste Environmental Regulations of CALIFORNIA unless
it is determined that the waste is not a hazardous waste pursuant to the procedures set forth in
section 66262.11. The hazardous characteristics, which serve as a basis for listing the
chemicals, are indicated in the list as follows:

(X) toxic (C) corrosive (I) ignitable (R) reactive * =Extremely Hazardous

A chemical denoted with an asterisk is presumed to be an extremely hazardous waste unless it
does not exhibit any of the criteria set forth in section66261.110 and section 66261.113.
Trademark chemical names are indicated by all capital letters.


  1. Acetaldehyde (X,I)                          2. Acetic acid (X,C,I)

  3. Acetone, Propanone (I)                      4. *Acetone cyanohydrin (X)

  5. Acetonitrile (X,I)                          6. *2-Acetylaminofluorene, 2-AAF (X)

  7. Acetyl benzoyl peroxide (X,I,R)             8. *Acetyl chloride (X,C,R)

  9. Acetyl peroxide (X,I,R)                     10. Acridine (X)

  11. *Acrolein, Aqualin (X,I)                   12. *Acrylonitrile (X,I)

  13. *Adiponitrile (X)                          14. *Aldrin;1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachloro-1,4,4a,5,8,8a-
                                                 hexahydro-1,4,5,8-endo-exodimethanonaphthlene(X)

  15. *Alkyl aluminum chloride (C,I,R)           16. *Alkyl aluminum compounds (C,I,R)

  17. Allyl alcohol, 2-Propen-l-ol (X,I)         18. Allyl bromide, 3-Bromopropene (X,I)

  19. Allyl chloride, 3-Chloropropene (X,I)      20. Allyl chlorocarbonate, Allyl chloroformate (X,I)


  21. *Allyl trichlorosilane (X,C,I,R)           22. Aluminum (powder) (I)

  23A. Aluminum chloride (X,C)                   23B. *Aluminum chloride (X,C,I)

  24. Aluminum fluoride (X,C)                    25. Aluminum nitrate (X,I)

  26. *Aluminum phosphide, PHOSTOXIN             27. *4-Aminodiphenyl, 4-ADP (X)
  (X,I,R)

  28. *2-Aminopyridine (X)                       29. *Ammonium arsenate (X)

  30. *Ammonium bifluoride (X,C)                 31. Ammonium chromate (X,I)
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32. Ammonium dichromate, Ammonium              33. Ammonium fluoride (X,C)
bichromate (X,C,I)

34. Ammonium hydroxide (X,C)                   35. Ammonium molybdate (X)

36. Ammonium nitrate (I,R)                     37. Ammonium perchlorate (I,R)

38. Ammonium permanganate (X,I,R)              39. Ammonium persulfate (I,R)

40. Ammonium picrate (I,R)                     41. Ammonium sulfide (X,C,I,R)

42. n-Amyl acetate, 1-Acetoxypentane           43. n-Amylamine, 1-Aminopentane (and isomers) (X,I)
(and isomers) (X,I)

44. n-Amyl chloride, 1-Chloropentane           45. n-Amylene, 1-Pentene (and isomers) (X,I)
(and isomers) (X,I)

46. n-Amyl mercaptan, 1-Pentanethiol           47. n-Amyl nitrite, n-Pentyl nitrite (and isomers) (X,I)
(and isomers) (X,I)

48. *Amyl trichlorosilane (and isomers)        49. Aniline, Aminobenzene (X)
(X,C,R)

50. Anisoyl chloride (X,C)                     51. Anthracene (X)

52. Antimony (X)

53. Antimony compounds (X)                     54. *Antimony pentachloride (X,C,R)

55. *Antimony pentafluoride (X,C,R)            56. Antimony pentasulfide (X,I)

57. Antimony potassium tartrate (X)            58. Antimony sulfate, Antimony trisulfate (X,I)

59. Antimony trichloride, Antimony             60. Antimony trifluoride, Antimony fluoride (X,C)
chloride (X,C)

61. Antimony trioxide, Antimony oxide (X)      62. Antimony trisulfide, Antimony sulfide (X,I,R)

63. *Arsenic (X)                               64. *Arsenic acid and salts (X)

65. *Arsenic compounds (X)                     66. *Arsenic pentaselenide (X)

67. *Arsenic pentoxide, Arsenic oxide (X)      68. *Arsenic sulfide, Arsenic disulfide (X)

69. *Arsenic tribromide, Arsenic bromide       70. *Arsenic trichloride, Arsenic chloride (X)
(X)

71. *Arsenic triiodide, Arsenic iodide (X)     72. *Arsenic trioxide, Arsenious oxide (X)

73. *Arsenious acid and salts (X)              74. *Arsines (X)

75. Asbestos (including chrysotile,            76. *AZODRIN, 3-Hydroxy-N-cis-crotonamide (X)
amosite, crocidolite,
tremolite,anthophyllite, and actinolite) (X)

77. Barium (X,I)                               78. Barium azide (I,R)

79. Barium bromide (X)                         80. Barium carbonate (X)


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81. Barium chlorate (X,C,I,R)           82. Barium chloride (X)

83. Barium chromate (X)                 84. Barium citrate (X)

85. Barium compounds (soluble) (X)      86. *Barium cyanide (X)

87. Barium fluoride (X)                 88. Barium fluosilicate (X)

89. Barium hydroxide (X)                90. Barium iodide (X)

91. Barium manganate (X)                92. Barium nitrate (X,I)

93. Barium oxide, Barium monoxide (X)   94. Barium perchlorate (X,I,R)


95. Barium permanganate (X,I,R)         96. Barium peroxide (X,I,R)

97. Barium phosphate (X)                98. Barium stearate (X)

99. Barium sulfide (X)                  100. Barium sulfite (X)

101. Benzene (X,I)                      102. *Benzene hexachloride, BHC; 1,2,3,4,5,6-
                                        Hexachlorocyclohexane (X)

103. *Benzenephosphorous dichloride     104. Benzenesulfonic acid (X)
(I,R)

105. *Benzidine and salts (X)           106. *Benzotrifluoride, Trifluoromethylbenzene (X,I)

107. *Benzoyl chloride (X,C,R)          108. Benzoyl peroxide, Dibenzoyl peroxide (X,I,R)

109. Benzyl bromide, alpha-             110. Benzyl chloride, alpha-Chlorotoluene (X)
Bromotoluene (X,C)

111. *Benzyl chlorocarbonate, Benzyl    112. *Beryllium (X,I)
chloroformate (X,C,R)

113. *Beryllium chloride (X)            114. *Beryllium compounds (X)

115. *Beryllium copper (X)              116. *Beryllium fluoride (X)

117. *Beryllium hydride (X,C,I,R)       118. *Beryllium hydroxide (X)

119. *Beryllium oxide (X)               120. *BIDRIN, Dicrotophos, 3-(Dimethylamino)-1-methyl-3-
                                        oxo-1-propenyldimethylphosphate (X)

121. *bis (Chloromethyl) ether,         122. Bismuth (X,I)
Dichloromethylether, BCME (X)

123. *bis (Methylmercuric) sulfate,     124. Bismuth chromate (X)
CEREWET, Ceresan liquid (X)

125. *BOMYL, Dimethyl 3-                126. *Boranes (X,I,R)
hydroxyglutaconate dimethyl phosphate
(X)

127. *Bordeaux arsenites (X)            128. *Boron trichloride, Trichloroborane (X,C,R)

129. *Boron trifluoride (X,C,R)         130. Bromic acid (X)

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131. *Bromine (X,C,I)                        132. *Bromine pentafluoride (X,C,I,R)

133. *Bromine trifluoride (X,C,I,R)          134. *Brucine, Dimethoxystrychnine (X)

135. 1,2,4-Butanetriol trinitrate (R)        136. n-Butyl acetate, 1-Acetoxybutane (and isomers)
                                             (X)

137. n-Butyl alcohol, 1-Butanol (and         138. n-Butyl amine, 1-Aminobutane (and isomers) (X)
isomers) (X)

139. n-Butyl formate (and isomers) (X)       140. tert-Butyl hydroperoxide (and isomers) (X,I)

141. *n-Butyllithium (and isomers)           142. n-Butyl mercaptan, 1-Butanethiol (and isomers)
(X,C,I,R)                                    (X,I)

143. tert-Butyl peroxyacetate, tert-Butyl    144. tert-Butyl peroxybenzoate, tert-Butyl perbenzoate
peracetate (I,R)                             (I,R)

145. tert-Butyl peroxypivalate (I,R)         146. *n-Butyltrichlorosilane (C,I,R)

147. para-tert-Butyl toluene (X)             148. n-Butyraldehyde, n-Butanal (and isomers) (X,I)

149. *Cacodylic acid, Dimethylarsinic acid   150. *Cadmium (powder) (X,I)
(X)

151. Cadmium chloride (X)                    152. *Cadmium compounds (X)

153. *Cadmium cyanide (X)                    154. Cadmium fluoride (X)

155. Cadmium nitrate (X,I,R)                 156. Cadmium oxide (X)

157. Cadmium phosphate (X)                   158. Cadmium sulfate (X)

159. *Calcium (I,R)                          160. *Calcium arsenate, PENSAL (X)

161. *Calcium arsenite (X)                   162. *Calcium carbide (C,I,R)

163. Calcium chlorate (I,R)                  164. Calcium chlorite (I)

165. Calcium fluoride (X)                    166. *Calcium hydride (C,I,R)

171. Calcium oxide, Lime (C)                 172. Calcium permanganate (X,I)

173. Calcium peroxide, Calcium dioxide       174. *Calcium phosphide (X,I,R)
(C,I)

175. Calcium resinate (I)                    176. Caprylyl peroxide, Octyl peroxide (I)

177. *Carbanolate, BANOL, 2-Chloro-4,5-      178. Carbon disulfide, Carbon bisulfide (X,I)
dimethylphenyl methylcarbamate (X)

179. Carbon tetrachloride,                   180. *Carbophenothion, TRITHION, S[[(4-
Tetrachloromethane (X)                       Chlorophenyl) thio]methyl] O,O-
                                             diethylphosphorodithioate (X)

181. Chloral hydrate,
Trichloroacetaldehyde (hydrated) (X)

182. *Chlordane; 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,8-

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Octachloro-4,7-methano-3a,4,7,7a-tetra-
hydro- indane; (X)

183. *Chlorfenvinphos, Compound 4072,        184. *Chlorine (X,C,I,R)
2-Chloro-1-(2,4-dichloro-phenyl)
vinyldiethyl phosphate (X)

185. *Chlorine dioxide (X,C,I,R)             186. *Chlorine pentafluoride (X,C,I,R)

187. *Chlorine trifluoride (X,C,I,R)         188. *Chloroacetaldehyde (X,C)

189. *alpha-Chloroacetophenone, Phenyl       190. *Chloroacetyl chloride (X,C,R)
chloromethyl ketone (X)

191. Chlorobenzene (X,I)                     192. para-Chlorobenzoyl peroxide (I,R)

193. *ortho-Chlorobenzylidene malonitrile,   194. Chloroform, Trichloromethane (X)
OCMB (X)

195. *Chloropicrin, Chlorpicrin,             196. *Chlorosulfonic acid (X,C,I,R)
Trichloronitromethane (X)

197. Chloro-ortho-toluidine, 2-Amino-4-      198. Chromic acid, Chromium trioxide, Chromic
chlorotoluene (X)                            anhydride (X,C,I)

199. Chromic chloride, Chromium              200. Chromic fluoride, Chromium trifluoride (X)
trichloride (X)

201. Chromic hydroxide, Chromium             202. Chromic oxide, Chromium oxide (X)
hydroxide (X)

203. Chromic sulfate, Chromium sulfate       204. Chromium compounds (X,C,I)
(X)

205. *Chromyl chloride, Chlorochromic        206. Cobalt (powder) (X,I)
anhydride (X,C,I,R)



207. Cobalt compounds (X)                    208. Cobaltous bromide, Cobalt bromide (X)

209. Cobaltous chloride, Cobalt chloride     210. Cobaltous nitrate, Cobalt nitrate (X,I)
(X)

211. Cobaltous resinate, Cobalt resinate     212. Cobaltous sulfate, Cobalt sulfate (X)
(X,I)

213. Cocculus, Fishberry, Picrotoxin (X)     215. *Copper acetoarsenite, Paris green (X)



216. Copper acetylide (I,R)                  217. *Copper arsenate, Cupric arsenate (X)

218. *Copper arsenite, Cupric arsenite       219. Copper chloride, Cupric chloride (X)
(X)

220. Copper chlorotetrazole (I,R)            221. Copper compounds (X)

222. *Copper cyanide, cupric cyanide (X)     223. Copper nitrate, Cupric nitrate (X,I,R)

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224. Copper sulfate, Cupric sulfate, Blue    225. *Coroxon ortho, ortho-diethyl-ortho-(3-Chloro-4-
vitriol (X)                                  methycou-marin-7-yl)

phosphate (X)                                226. *Coumafuryl, FUMARIN, 3-[1-(2-Furanyl)-3-
                                             oxobutyl]1-4-hydroxy-

2H-1-benzopyran-2-one (X)                    227. *Coumatetralyl, BAYER 25634, RACUMIN 57, 4-
                                             Hydroxy -3- (1,2,3,4- tetrahydro-1-naphthalenyl) -2H-1-
                                             benzopyran-2-one (X)

228. *Crimidine, CASTRIX, 2-Chloro-4-        229. *Crotonaldehyde, 2-Butenal (X)
dimethylamino-6-methyl-pyrimidine (X)

230. Cumene, Isopropyl benzene (X,I)@        231. Cumene hydroperoxide; alpha,alpha-
                                             Dimethylbenzyl hydro-peroxide (X,I)

232. Cupriethylene diamine (X)               233. *Cyanide salts (X)

234. Cyanoacetic acid, Malonic nitrile (X)   235. *Cyanogen (X,I,R)

236. Cyanogen bromide, Bromine               237. Cyanuric triazide (I,R)
cyanide (X)

238. Cycloheptane (X,I)                      239. Cyclohexane (X,I)

240. Cyclohexanone peroxide (I)              241. *Cyclohexenyltrichlorosilane (X,C,R)

242. *Cycloheximide, ACTIDIONE (X)           243. *Cyclohexyltrichlorosilane (X,C,R)

244. Cyclopentane (X,I)                      245. Cyclopentanol (I)

246. Cyclopentene (X,I)                      247. DDT; 1,1,1-Trichloro-2,2-bis(chlorophenyl) ethane
                                             (X)

248. *DDVP, Dichlorvos, VAPONA,              249. *Decaborane (X,I,R)
Dimethyl dichlorovinyl phosphate (X)

250. DECALIN, Decahydronaphthalene           251. *Demeton, SYSTOX (X)
(X)

252. *Demeton-S-methyl sulfone,              253. Diazodinitrophenol, DDNP, 2-Diazo-4,6-
METAISOSYSTOX-SULFON, S-[2- (ethyl           dinitrobenzene-1-oxide (I,R)
-sulfonyl)ethyl] O,O-dimethyl
phosphorothioate (X)

254. *Diborane, Diboron hexahydride          255. *1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane, DBCP, Fumazone,
(I,R)                                        nemagon (X)

256. n-Dibutyl ether, Butyl ether (and       257. Dichlorobenzene (ortho, meta, para) (X)
isomers) (X,I)

258. *3,3-Dichlorobenzidine and salts,
DCB (X)

259. 1,2-Dichloroethylene; 1,2-              260. Dichloroethyl ether, Dichloroether (X,I)
Dichloroethene (X,I)

261. Dichloroisocyanuric acid, Dichloro-S-   262. Dichloromethane, Methylene chloride (X)

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triazine-2,4,6-tri-one (X,I)

263. *2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid;      264. 1,2-Dichloropropane, Propylene dichloride (X,I)
2,4-D (X)

265. 1,3-Dichloropropylene; 1,3-           266. Dicumyl peroxide (I,X)
Dichloropropene (X,I)

267. *Dieldrin;1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachloro-   268. *Diethylaluminum chloride, Aluminum diethyl
6,7-epoxy-1,4,4 a,5,6,7,8,8a-octahydro-    monochloride, DEAC (I,R)
1,4-endo,exo-5,8-dimethanonaphthalene
(X)

269. Diethylamine (X,I)                    270. *Diethyl chlorovinyl phosphate, Compound 1836
                                           (X)

271. *Diethyldichlorosilane (X,C,I,R)      272. Diethylene glycol dinitrate (I,R)

273. Diethylene triamine (X)               274. *O,O-Diethyl-S-(isopropylthiomethyl)
                                           phosphorodithioate (X)

275. *Diethylzinc, Zinc ethyl (C,I,R)      276. *Difluorophosphoric acid (X,C,R)

277. *Diglycidyl ether, bis(2,3-           278. Diisopropylbenzene hydroperoxide (X,I)
Epoxypropyl) ether (X)

279. Diisopropyl peroxydicarbonate,        280. *Dimefox, Hanane, Pextox 14,
Isopropyl percarbonate(X,C,I,R)            Tetramethylphosphorodiamidic fluoride (X)

281. Dimethylamine, DMA (X,I)              282. *Dimethylaminoazobenzene, Methyl yellow (X)

283. *Dimethyldichlorosilane,              284. 2,5-Dimethylhexane-2,5-Dihydroperoxide (I)
Dichlorodimethylsilane (X,C,I,R)

285. *1,1-Dimethylhydrazine, UDMH (X,I)    286. *Dimethyl sulfate, Methyl sulfate (X)

287. *Dimethyl sulfide, Methyl sulfide     288. 2,4-Dinitroaniline (X)
(X,I,R)

289. *Dinitrobenzene (ortho, meta, para)   290. Dinitrochlorobenzene, 1-Chloro-2,4-
(I,R)                                      dinitrobenzene (I,R)

291. *4,6-Dinitro-ortho-cresol, DNPC,      292. *Dinitrophenol(2,3-;2,4-;2,6-isomers) (I,R)
SINOX, EGETOL 30 (X)

293. 2,4-Dinitrophenylhydrazine (X,I,R)    294. Dinitrotoluene (2,4-;3,4-;3,5-isomers) (X,I,R)

295. *DINOSEB; 2,4-Dinitro-6-sec-          296. 1,4-Dioxane; 1,4-Diethylene dioxide (X,I,R)
butylphenol (X)

297. *Dioxathion, DELNAV; S,S-1,4-         298. Dipentaerythritol hexanitrate (R)
dioxane-2,3-diyl bis (O,O-diethyl
phosphorodithioate) (X)

299. *Diphenyl, Biphenyl, Phenylbenzene    300. Diphenylamine, DPA, N-Phenylaniline (X)
(X)

301. *Diphenylamine chloroarsine,          302. *Diphenyldichlorosilane (X,C,R)
Phenarsazine chloride (X)
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303. Dipicrylamine, Hexanitrodiphenyl        304. Dipropyl ether (X,I)
amine (I,R)

305. *Disulfoton, DI-SYSTON; O,O-            306. *Dodecyltrichlorosilane (X,C,R)
Diethyl S-[2-(ethylthio) ethyl]phosphoro
dithioate (X)

307. *DOWCO-139, ZECTRAM,                    309. *DYFONATE, Fonofos, O-Ethyl-S-phenylethyl
Mexacarbate, 4-(Dimethylamino)-3,5 -         phosphonodithio-ate (X)
dimethylphenylmethylcarbamate (X)

310. *Endosulfan, THIODAN; 6,7,8,9, 10,      311. *Endothal, 7-Oxabicyclo [2.2.1]heptane-2,3-
10-Hexachlor-1, 5,5a, 6,9,9a-hexa-hydro-     dicarboxylic acid (X)
6,9-methano-2,4,3-benzo-dioxathiepin- 3-
oxide (X)

312. *Endothion, EXOTHION, S- [ (5-          313. *Endrin; 1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachloro-6,7-epoxy-
Methoxy-4-oxo-4H-pyran-2-yl).                1,4,4,4a,5,6,7,8,8a- octahydro-1,4-endo-endo-5,8-
methyl)0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate (X)     dimethanonaphthalene (X)

314. Epichlorohydrin, Chloropropylene        315. *EPN; O-Ethyl O-para-nitrophenyl
oxide (X,I)                                  phenylphosphonothioate (X)

316. *Ethion, NIALATE; O,O,O',O'-            317. Ethyl acetate (X,I)
Tetraethyl-S,S-methylene diphos -
phorodithioate(X)

318. Ethyl alcohol, Ethanol (X,I)            319. Ethylamine, Aminoethane (X,I)

320. Ethylbenzene, Phenylethane (X,I)        321. Ethyl butyrate, Ethyl butanoate (I)

322. Ethyl chloride, Chloroethane (X,I)      323. *Ethyl chloroformate, Ethyl chlorocarbonate
                                             (X,C,I,R)

324. *Ethyldichloroarsine,                   325. *Ethyldichlorosilane (X,C,I,R)
Dichloroethylarsine (I,R)

326. *Ethylene cyanohydrin, beta-            327. Ethylene diamine (X)
Hydroxypropionitrile (I,R)

328. Ethylene dibromide; 1,2-                329. Ethylene dichloride; 1,2-Dichloroethane (X,I)
Dibromoethane (X)

330. *Ethyleneimine, Aziridine, EI (X,I,R)   331. Ethylene oxide, Epoxyethane (X,I,R)

332. Ethyl ether, Diethyl ether (I,R)        333. Ethyl formate (X,I)

334. *Ethyl mercaptan, Ethanethiol (X,I,R)   335. Ethyl nitrate (I,R)

336. Ethyl nitrite (I,R)                     337. *Ethylphenyldichlorosilane (X,C,R)

338. Ethyl propionate (I)                    339. *Ethyltrichlorosilane (I,R)

340. *Fensulfothion, BAYER 25141,            341. *Ferric arsenate (X)
DASANIT,O,O-Diethyl-O-[4- (methyl-
sulfinyl)phenyl] phosphorothioate (X)

342. Ferric chloride, Iron (III) chloride    343. *Ferrous arsenate, Iron arsenate (X)

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(X,C)

344. *Fluoboric acid, Fluoroboric acid         345. Fluoride salts (X)
(X,C)

346. *Fluorine (X,C,R)                         347. *Fluoroacetanilide, AFL 1082 (X)

348. *Fluoroacetic acid and salts,             349. *Fluorosulfonic acid, Fluosulfonic acid (X,C,R)
Compound 1080 (X)

350. Formaldehyde, Methanal (X,I)              351. Formic acid, Methanoic acid (X,C)

352. Fulminate of mercury, Mercuric            353. *FURADAN, NIA 10,242, Carbofuran;2,3-Dihydro-
cyanate (I,R)                                  2,2-dimethyl-7- benzofuranylmethylcarbamate (X)

354. Furan, Furfuran (X,I,R)                   355. Gasoline (I)

356. *GB, O-Isopropyl methyl phosphoryl        357. Glutaraldehyde (X)
fluoride (X)

358. Glycerolmonolactate trinitrate (R)        359. Glycol dinitrate, Ethylene glycol dinitrate (R)

360. Gold fulminate, Gold cyanate (R)          361. Guanidine nitrate (I,R)

362. Guanyl nitrosaminoguanylidene             363. *Guthion; O,O-Dimethyl-S-4-oxo-1,2,3-
hydrazine (R)                                  benzotriazin-3(4H)

- ylmethylphosphorodithioate (X)               364. Hafnium (I,X,R)

365. *Heptachlor;1,4,5,6,7,8,8-
Heptachloro-3a,4,7,7a-tetra-hydro- 4,7-
methanoindene (X)

366. n-Heptane (and isomers) (X,I)             367. 1-Heptene (and isomers) (X,I)

368. *Hexadecyltrichlorosilane (X,C,R)         369. Hexaethyl tetraphosphate, HETP (X)

370. Hexafluorophosphoric acid (X,C)           371. Hexamethylenediamine; 1,6-Diaminohexane (X)

372. n-Hexane (and isomers) (X,I)              373. 1-Hexene (and isomers) (X,I)

374. n-Hexylamine, 1-Aminohexane (and          375. *Hexyltrichlorosilane (X,C,R)
isomers) (X,I)

376. *Hydrazine, Diamine (X,I)                 377. Hydrazine azide (I,R)

378. Hydrazoic acid, Hydrogen azide (I,R)      379. *Hydriodic acid, Hydrogen iodide (X,C,R)

380. *Hydrobromic acid, Hydrogen               381. *Hydrochloric acid, Hydrogen chloride, Muriatic
bromide (X,C,R)                                Acid (X,C,R)

382. *Hydrocyanic acid, Hydrogen               383. *Hydrofluoric acid, Hydrogen fluoride (X,C,R)
cyanide (X,I,R)

384. Hydrofluosilicic acid, Fluosilicic acid   385. Hydrogen peroxide (X,C,I,R)
(X,C)

386. *Hydrogen selenide (X,I)                  387. *Hydrogen sulfide (X,I)


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388. *Hypochlorite compounds (X,C,I,R)    389. Indium (X)

390. Indium compounds (X)                 391. Iodine monochloride (X,C,R)

392. Isooctane; 2,2,4-Trimethylpentane    393. Isooctene (mixture of isomers) (I)
(X,I)

394. Isopentane, 2-Methylbutane (I)       395. Isoprene, 2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene (X,I,R)

396. Isopropanol, Isopropyl alcohol, 2-   397. Isopropyl acetate (X,I)
Propanol (X,I)

399. Isopropylamine, 2-Aminopropane       400. Isopropyl chloride, 2-Chloropropane (I)
(X,I)

401. Isopropyl ether, Diisopropyl ether   402. Isopropyl mercaptan, 2-Propanethiol (X,I)
(I,R)

404. *meta-Isopropylphenyl-N-             405A. *Kepone; 1,1a,3,3a,4,5,5,5a,5b,6-
methylcarbamate, Ac 5,727 (X)             Decachlorooctahydro- 1,2,4-metheno-2H-cyclobuta
                                          (cd) pentalen-2-one, Chlorecone (X)

405B. Lauroyl peroxide, Di-n-dodecyl      406. Lead compounds (X)
peroxide (X,C,I,R)

407. Lead acetate (X)                     408. *Lead arsenate, Lead orthoarsenate (X)

409. *Lead arsenite (X)                   410. Lead azide (I,R)

411. Lead carbonate (X)                   412. Lead chlorite (I,R)

413. *Lead cyanide (X)                    414. Lead 2,4-dinitroresorcinate (I,R)

415. Lead mononitroresorcinate (I,R)      416. Lead nitrate (X,I)

417. Lead oxide (X)                       418. Lead styphnate, Lead trinitroresorcinate (I,R)

419. *Lewisite, beta-                     420. *Lithium (C,I,R)
Chlorovinyldichloroarsine (X)

421. *Lithium aluminum hydride, LAH       422. *Lithium amide (C,I,R)
(C,I,R)

423. *Lithium ferrosilicon (I,R)          424. *Lithium hydride (C,I,R)

425. *Lithium hypochlorite (X,C,I,R)      426. Lithium peroxide (C,I,R)

427. Lithium silicon (I,R)                428. *London purple, Mixture of arsenic trioxide,
                                          aniline, lime, and ferrousoxide (X)

429. *Magnesium (I,R)                     430. *Magnesium arsenate (X)

431. *Magnesium arsenite (X)              432. Magnesium chlorate (I,R)

433. Magnesium nitrate (I,R)              434. Magnesium perchlorate (X,I,R)

435. Magnesium peroxide, Magnesium        436. *Maleic anhydride (X)
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437. Manganese (powder) (I)                    438. Manganese acetate (X)

439. *Manganese arsenate, Manganous            440. Manganese bromide, Manganous bromide (X)
arsenate (X)

441. Manganese chloride, Manganous             442. Manganese methylcyclopentadienyl tricarbonyl (X)
chloride (X)

443. Manganese nitrate, Manganous              444. Mannitol hexanitrate, Nitromannite (R)
nitrate (X,I)

445. *MECARBAM; O,O-Diethyl S-(N-              446. *Medinoterb acetate, 2-tert-Butyl-5-methyl-4,6-
ethoxycarbonyl-N-methylcarba- moyl-            dinitro-phenyl acetate(X)
methyl)phosphorodithioate (X)

447. para-Menthane hydroperoxide,              448. Mercuric acetate, Mercury acetate (X)
Paramenthane hydroperoxide (I)

449. Mercuric ammonium chloride,               450. Mercuric benzoate, Mercury benzoate (X)
Mercury ammonium chloride (X)

451. Mercuric bromide, Mercury bromide         452. *Mercuric chloride, Mercury chloride (X)
(X)

453. *Mercuric cyanide, Mercury cyanide        454. Mercuric iodide, Mercury iodide (X)
(X)

455. Mercuric nitrate, Mercury nitrate (X,I)   456. Mercuric oleate, Mercury oleate (X)

457. Mercuric oxide (red and yellow) (X,I)     458. Mercuric oxycyanide (I,R)

459. Mercuric-potassium iodide, Mayer's        460. Mercuric salicylate, Salicylated mercury (X)
reagent (X)

461. Mercuric subsulfate, Mercuric             462. Mercuric sulfate, Mercury sulfate (X)
dioxysulfate (X)

463. Mercuric thiocyanide, Mercury             464. Mercurol, Mercury nucleate (X)
thiocyanate (X)

465. Mercurous bromide (X)                     466. Mercurous gluconate (X)

467. Mercurous iodide (X)                      468. Mercurous nitrate (I,R)

469. Mercurous oxide (X)                       470. Mercurous sulfate, Mercury bisulfate (X)

472. *Mercury (X)                              473. *Mercury compounds (X)

474. Metal carbonyls (X)                       475. *Metal hydrides (I,R)

476. Metal powders (X,I)                       477A. *Methomyl, LANNATE, S-Methyl-N-((methyl-
                                               carbamoyl) oxy)

thioacetimidate (X)                            477B. *Methoxychlor; 1,1,1-Trichloro-2, -bis (p-
                                               methoxyphenyl) ethane, CHEMFLORM, MARLATE (X)

478. *Methoxyethylmercuric chloride,           479. Methyl acetate (X,I)
AGALLOL, ARETAN (X)

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480. Methyl acetone (Mixture of acetone,    481. Methyl alcohol, Methanol (X,I)
methyl acetate, and methylalcohol)(X,I)

482. *Methylaluminum sesquibromide          483. *Methylaluminum sesquichloride (I,R)
(I,R)

484. Methylamine, Aminomethane (X,I)        485. n-Methylaniline (X)

486. *Methyl bromide, Bromomethane (X)      487. 2-Methyl-1-butene (I)

488. 3-Methyl-1-butene (I)                  489. Methyl butyl ether (and isomers)

(X,I)

490. Methyl butyrate (and isomers) (X,I)    491. Methyl chloride, Chloromethane (X,I)

492. *Methyl chloroformate, Methyl          493. *Methyl chloromethyl ether, CMME (X,I)
chlorocarbonate (X,I,R)

494. Methylcyclohexane (X,I)                495. *Methyldichloroarsine (X)

496. *Methyldichlorosilane (X,I,R)          497. *4,4-Methylene bis(2-chloroaniline), MOCA (X)

498. Methyl ethyl ether (X,I)               499. Methyl ethyl ketone, 2-Butanone (X,I)

500. Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide (X,I)     501. Methyl formate (X,I)

502. *Methyl hydrazine, Monomethyl          503. *Methyl isocyanate (X,I)
hydrazine, MMH (X,I)

504. Methyl isopropenyl ketone, 3-Methyl-   505. *Methylmagnesium bromide (C,I,R)
3-butene-2-one (X,I)

506. *Methylmagnesium chloride              507. *Methylmagnesium iodide (C,I,R)

508. Methyl mercaptan, Methanethiol (X,I) 509. Methyl methacrylate (monomer) (X,I)

510. *Methyl parathion; O,O-Dimethyl-O-     511. Methyl propionate (I)
para-nitrophenylphospho-rothioate (X)

512. *Methyltrichlorosilane (X,C,I,R)       513. Methyl valerate, Methyl pentanoate (and isomers)
                                            (I)

514. Methyl vinyl ketone, 3-Butene-2-one    515A. *Mevinphos, PHOSDRIN, 2-Carbomethoxy-1-
(X,I)                                       methylvinyl dimethyl phosphate(X)

515B. *Mirex;1,1a,2,2,3,3a,4,5,5,5a,5b,6-   516. *MOCAP, O-Ethyl-S,S-dipropyl
Dodecachlorooctahydro-1,3,4-metheno-        phosphorodithioate (X)
1H-cyclobuta(cd) pentalene, Dechlorane
(X)

517. Molybdenum (powder) (I)                518. Molybdenum trioxide, Molybdenum anhydride (X)

519. Molybdic acid and salts (X)            520. Monochloroacetic acid, Chloracetic acid, MCA
                                            (X,C)

521. Monochloroacetone, Chloroacetone,      522. Monofluorophosphoric acid (X,C)
1-Chloro-2-propanone (X)


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523. Naphtha (of petroleum or coal tar         524. Naphthalene (X)
origin), Petroleum ether,
Petroleumnaphtha (X,I)

525. *alpha-Naphthylamine, 1-NA (X)            526. *beta-Naphthylamine, 2-NA (X)

527. Neohexane; 2,2-Dimethylbutane             528. Nickel (powder) (X,I)
(X,I)

529. Nickel acetate (X)                        530. Nickel antimonide (X)

531. *Nickel arsenate, Nickelous arsenate      532. *Nickel carbonyl, Nickel tetracarbonyl (X)
(X)

533. Nickel chloride, Nickelous chloride       534. *Nickel cyanide (X)
(X)

535. Nickel nitrate, Nickelous nitrate         536. Nickel selenide (X)
(X,I,R)

537. Nickel sulfate (X)                        538. Nicotine, beta-pyridyl-alpha-N-methyl pyrrolidine
                                               (X)

539. Nicotine salts (X)                        540. Nitric acid (X,C,I)

541. Nitroaniline, Nitraniline (ortho, meta,   542. *Nitrobenzol, Nitrobenzene (X)
para) (I,R)

543. *4-Nitrobiphenyl, 4-NBP (X)               544. Nitro carbo nitrate (I,R)

545. Nitrocellulose, Cellulose nitrate,        546. Nitrochlorobenzene, Chloronitrobenzene
Guncotton, Pyroxylin, Collodion,Pyroxylin      (ortho,meta,para) (X)
(nitrocellulose) in ether and alcohol (I,R)

547. Nitrogen mustard (X,C)                    548. Nitrogen tetroxide, Nitrogen dioxide (X,I)

549. Nitroglycerin, Trinitroglycerin (X,I,R)   550. Nitrohydrochloric acid, Aqua regia (X,C,I)

551. *Nitrophenol (ortho, meta, para) (X)      552. *N-Nitrosodimethylamine, Dimethyl nitrosoamine
                                               (X)

553. Nitrosoguanidine (R)                      554. Nitrostarch, Starch nitrate (I,R)

555. Nitroxylol, Nitroxylene,                  556. 1-Nonene, 1-Nonylene (and isomers) (X,I)
Dimethylnitrobenzene (2,4-;3,4-; 2,5-
isomers)(X)

557. *Nonyltrichlorosilane (I,R)               558. *Octadecyltrichlorosilane (I,R)

559. n-Octane (and isomers) (X,I)              560. 1-Octene, 1-Caprylene (X,I)

561. *Octyltrichlorosilane (I,R)               563. *Oleum, Fuming sulfuric acid (X,C,R)

565. Osmium compounds (X)                      566. Oxalic acid (X)

567. *Oxygen difluoride (X,C,R)                568. *Para-oxon, MINTACOL; O,O-Diethyl-0-para-
                                               nitrophenyl phosphate (X)

569. *Parathion; O,O-Diethyl-0-para-           570A. *Pentaborane (X,I,R)
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nitrophenyl phosphorothioate (X)

570B. Pentachlorophenol, PCP,              571. Pentaerythrite tetranitrate, Pentaerythritol
DOWICIDE 7 (X)                             tetranitrate (R)

572. n-Pentane (and isomers) (X,I)         573. 2-Pentanone, Methyl propyl ketone (and isomers)
                                           (X,I)

574. Peracetic acid, Peroxyacetic acid     575. Perchloric acid (X,C,I,R)
(X,C,I,R)

576. Perchloroethylene,                    577. *Perchloromethyl mercaptan,
Tetrachloroethylene (X)                    Trichloromethylsulfenyl chloride (X)

578. Perchloryl fluoride (X,C,I)           580. Phenol, Carbolic acid (X,C)

581. *Phenyldichloroarsine (X)             582. Phenylenediamine, Diaminobenzene
                                           (ortho,meta,para) (X)

583. Phenylhydrazine hydrochloride (X)     584. *Phenylphenol, Orthozenol, DOWICIDE I (X)

585. *Phenyltrichorosilane (I,R)           586. *Phorate, THIMET; O,O-Diethyl-S-
                                           [(Ethylthio)methyl] phosphorodithioate(X)

587. *Phosfolan, CYOLAN, 2-                588. *Phosgene, Carbonyl chloride (I,R)
(Diethoxyphosphinylimino)-1, 3-dithio-lane
(X)

589. *Phosphamidon, DIMECRON, 2-           590. *Phosphine, Hydrogen phosphide (X,I)
Chloro-2-diethylcarbamoyl -1-
methylvinyldimethyl phosphate (X)

591. Phosphoric acid (C)                   592. Phosphoric anhydride, Phosphorus pentoxide
                                           (C,I)

593. Phosphorus (amorphous, red)           594. *Phosphorus (white or yellow) (X,I,R)
(X,I,R)

595. *Phosphorus oxybromide,               596. *Phosphorus oxychloride, Phosphoryl chloride
Phosphoryl bromide (X,C,R)                 (X,C,R)

597. *Phosphorus pentachloride,            598. *Phosphorus pentasulfide, Phosphoric sulfide
Phosphoric chloride (X,C,I,R)              (X,C,I,R)

599. *Phosphorus sesquisulfide,            600. *Phosphorus tribromide (X,C,R)
tetraphosphorus trisulfide (X,C,I,R)

601. *Phosphorus trichloride (X,C,R)       602. Picramide, Trinitroaniline (I,R)

603. Picric acid, Trinitrophenol (I,R)     604. Picryl chloride, 2-Chloro-1,3,5-trinitrobenzene (I,R)

605. *Platinum compounds (X)               606. *Polychlorinated biphenyls, PCB, Askarel, aroclor,
                                           chlorextol, inerteen,pyranol (X)

607. Polyvinyl nitrate (I,R)               608. Potasan; O,O-Diethyl-o(4 methylumbelliferone)
                                           phosphoro-thioate (X)

609. *Potassium (C,I,R)                    610. *Potassium arsenate (X)


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611. *Potassium arsenite (X)              612. *Potassium bifluoride, Potassium acid fluoride
                                          (X,C)

613. Potassium binoxalate, Potassium      614. Potassium bromate (X,I)
acid oxalate (X)

615. *Potassium cyanide (X)               616. Potassium dichloroisocyanurate (X,I)

617. Potassium dichromate, Potassium      619. Potassium fluoride (X)
bichromate (X,C,I)

620. *Potassium hydride (C,I,R)           621. Potassium hydroxide, Caustic potash (X,C)

622. Potassium nitrate, Saltpeter (I,R)   623. Potassium nitrite (I,R)

624. Potassium oxalate (X)                625. Potassium perchlorate (X,I,R)

626. Potassium permanganate (X,C,I)       627. Potassium peroxide (C,I,R)

628. Potassium sulfide (X,I)              629. *Propargyl bromide, 3-Bromo-1-propyne (X,I)

630. *beta-Propiolactone, BPL (X)         631. Propionaldehyde, Propanal (X,I)

632. Propionic acid, Propanoic acid       633. n-Propyl acetate (X,I)
(X,C,I)

634. n-Propyl alcohol, 1-Propanol (X,I)   635. n-Propylamine (and isomers) (X,I)

636. *Propyleneimine, 2-Methylaziridine   637. Propylene oxide (X,I)
(X,I)

638. n-Propyl formate (X,I)               639. n-Propyl mercaptan, 1-Propanethiol (X,I)

640. *n-Propyltrichlorosilane (X,C,I,R)   641. *Prothoate, FOSTION, FAC; O,O-Diethyl-S-
                                          carboethoxy ethylphosphorodithioate (X)

642. Pyridine (X,I)                       643. *Pyrosulfuryl chloride, Disulfuryl chloride (X,C,R)

644. *Quinone; 1,4-Benzoquinone (X)       645. Raney nickel (I)

646. *Schradan, Octamethyl                647A. *Selenium (X)
pyrophosphoramide, OMPA (X)

647B. *Selenium compounds (X)             648. *Selenium fluoride (X)

649. *Selenous acid, Selenious acid and   650. *Silicon tetrachloride, Silicon chloride (X,C,R)
salts (X)

651. *Silver acetylide (I,R)              652. Silver azide (I,R)

653. Silver compounds (X)                 654. Silver nitrate (X)

655. Silver styphnate, Silver             656. Silver tetrazene (I,R)
trinitroresorcinate (I,R)

657. *Sodium (C,I,R)                      658. Sodium aluminate (C)

659. *Sodium aluminum hydride (C,I,R)     660. *Sodium amide, Sodamide (C,I,R)


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661. *Sodium arsenate (X)                    662. *Sodium arsenite (X)

663. Sodium azide (I,R)                      664. *Sodium bifluoride, sodium acid fluoride (X,C)

665. Sodium bromate (X,I)                    666. *Sodium cacodylate, Sodium dimethylarsenate (X)

667. Sodium carbonate peroxide (I)           668. Sodium chlorate (X,I)

669. Sodium chlorite (X,I)                   670. Sodium chromate (X,C)

671. *Sodium cyanide (X)                     672. Sodium dichloroisocyanurate (I)

673. Sodium dichromate, Sodium               674. Sodium fluoride (X)
bichromate (X,C,I)

675. *Sodium hydride (X,C,I,R)

676. Sodium hydrosulfite, Sodium             677. Sodium hydroxide, Caustic soda, Lye (X,C)
hyposulfite (I)

678. *Sodium hypochlorite (X,I,R)            679. *Sodium methylate, Sodium methoxide (C,I,R)

680. Sodium molybdate (X)                    681. Sodium nitrate, Soda niter (X,I,R)

682. Sodium nitrite (X,I,R)                  683. Sodium oxide, Sodium monoxide (X,C)

684. Sodium perchlorate (X,I,R)              685. Sodium permanganate (X,I)

686. *Sodium peroxide (X,I,R)                687. Sodium picramate (X,I,R)

688. *Sodium potassium alloy, NaK, Nack      689. *Sodium selenate (X)
(C,I,R)

690. Sodium sulfide, Sodium hydrosulfide     691. Sodium thiocyanate, Sodium sulfocyanate (X)
(X,I)

692. Stannic chloride, Tin tetrachloride     693. *Strontium arsenate (X)
(X,C)

694. Strontium nitrate (X,I,R)               695. Strontium peroxide, Strontium dioxide (I,R)

696. *Strychnine and salts (X)               697. Styrene, Vinylbenzene (X,I)

698. Succinic acid peroxide (X,I)            699. Sulfide salts (soluble) (X)

700. *Sulfotepp, DITHIONE, BLACAFUM,         701. *Sulfur chloride, Sulfur monochloride (X,C,R)
Tetraethyl dithiopyrophosphate, TEDP(X)

702. *Sulfur mustard (X,C,R)                 703. *Sulfur pentafluoride (X,C)

704. Sulfur trioxide, Sulfuric anhydride     705. Sulfuric acid, Oil of vitriol, Battery acid (X,C)
(X,C,I)

706. Sulfurous acid (X,C)                    707. *Sulfuryl chloride, Sulfonyl chloride (X,C,R)

708. *Sulfuryl fluoride, Sulfonyl fluoride   709. *SUPRACIDE, ULTRACIDE, S-[(5-Methoxy-2-
(X,C,R)                                      oxo-1,3,4-thiadiazol3 (2H)-yl)methyl] -0, 0-dimethyl
                                             phosphorodithioate(X)


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710. *SURECIDE, Cyanophenphos, O-            711. *Tellurium hexafluoride (X,C)
para-Cyanophenyl-O-
ethylphenylphosphonothioate (X)

712. *TELODRIN, Isobenzan;                   713. *TEMIK, Aldicarb, 2-Methyl-
1,3,4,5,6,7,8,8-Octachloro-1,3,3a,4,7,7 a-   2(methylthio)propionaldehyde -O-(methylcarbamoyl)
hexahydro-4,7-methanoisobenzofuran (X)       oxime (X)

714. *2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-para-       715. sym-Tetrachloroethane (X)
dioxin, TCDD, Dioxin (X)

717. *Tetraethyl lead, TEL (and other        718. *Tetraethyl pyrophosphate, TEPP (X)
organic lead) (X,I)

719A. Tetrahydrofuran, THF (X,I)             719B. Tetrahydrophthalic anhydride,
                                             Memtetrahydrophthalic anhydride (X)

720. TETRALIN, Tetrahydronaphthalene         721. Tetramethyl lead, TML (X,I)
(X)

722. *Tetramethyl succinonitrile (X)         723. *Tetranitromethane (X,I,R)

724. *Tetrasul, ANIMERT V-101, S-para-       725. Tetrazene, 4-Amidino-1-(nitrosamino-amidino)-1-
Chlorophenyl-2,4,5-trichlorophenylsulfide    tetra-zene (I,R)
(X)

726. *Thallium (X)                           727. *Thallium compounds (X)

728. *Thallous sulfate, Thallium sulfate,    729. *Thiocarbonylchloride, Thiopbosgene (X,C,R)
RATOX (X)

730. *Thionazin, ZINOPHOS; O,O-              731. *Thionyl chloride, Sulfur oxychloride (X,C,R)
Tetramethylthiuram monosulfide (X)

732. *Thiophosphoryl chloride (X,C,R)        733. Thorium (powder) (I)

734. Tin compounds (organic) (X)             735. Titanium (powder) (I)

736. Titanium sulfate (X)                    737. *Titanium tetrachloride, Titanic chloride (X,C,R)

738. Toluene, Methylbenzene (X,I)            739. *Toluene-2,4-diisocyanate, TDI (I,R)

740A. Toluidine, Aminotoluene                740B. *Toxaphene, Polychlorocamphene (X)
(ortho,meta,para) (X)

741. *TRANID, exo-3-Chloro-endo-6-           743. 1,1,2-Trichloroethane (X)
cyano-2-norbornanone -0-
(methylcarbamoyl)oxime (X)

744. Trichloroethylene; Trichlorethene (X)   745. Trichloroisocyanuric acid (X,I)

746. *2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid;     747. *Trichlorosilane, Silicochloroform (X,C,I,R)
2,4,5-T (X)

748. Trimethylamine, TMA (X,I)               749. Trinitroanisole; 2,4,6-Trinitrophenyl methyl ether
                                             (I,R)

750. 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene, TNB (I,R)        751. 2,4,6-Trinitrobenzoic acid (I,R)

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752. Trinitronaphthalene, Naphtite (I,R)    753. 2,4,6-Trinitroresorcinol, Styphnic acid (I,R)

754. 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene, TNT (X,I,R)     755. *tris(1-Aziridinyl) phosphine oxide,
                                            Triethylenephospho-ramide, TEPA(X)

756. Tungstic acid and salts (X)            757. Turpentine (X,I)

758. Uranyl nitrate, Uranium nitrate        759. Urea nitrate (X,I,R)
(X,I,R)

760. n-Valeraldehyde, n-Pentanal (and       761. Vanadic acid salts (X)
isomers) (X,I)

762. Vanadium oxytrichloride (X,C)          763. *Vanadium pentoxide, Vanadic acid anhydride (X)

764. Vanadium tetrachloride (X,C)           765. Vanadium tetraoxide (X)

766. Vanadium trioxide, Vanadium            767. Vanadyl sulfate, Vanadium sulfate (X)
sesquioxide (X)

768. Vinyl acetate (I,X)                    769. *Vinyl chloride (X,I)

770. Vinyl ethyl ether (I)                  771. Vinylidene chloride, VC (X,I)

772. Vinyl isopropyl ether (I)              773. *Vinyltrichlorosilane (X,C,I,R)

774. VX, O-Ethyl methyl phosphoryl N,N-     775. *WEPSYN 155, WP 155, Triamiphos,para-(5-
diisopropyl thiocholine (X)                 Amino-3-phenyl-1H-1,2,4- triazol-1-yl)-N,N,N',N'-
                                            tetramethyl phosphonicdiamide (X)

776. Xylene, Dimethylbenzene                777. Zinc (powder) (I)
(ortho,meta,para) (XII)

778. Zinc ammonium nitrate (X,I)            779. *Zinc arsenate (X)

780. *Zinc arsenite (X)                     781. Zinc chloride (X,C)

782. Zinc compounds (X)                     783. *Zinc cyanide (X)

784. Zinc nitrate (X,I,R)                   785. Zinc permanganate (X,I)

786. Zinc peroxide, zinc dioxide (X,I,R)    787. *Zinc phosphide (X,I,R)

788. Zinc sulfate (X)                       789. Zirconium (powder) (I)

790. *Zirconium chloride, Zirconium         791. Zirconium picramate (I)
tetrachloride (X,C,R)



(b) This subdivision sets forth a list of
common names of wastes which are
presumed to be hazardous wastes unless
it is determined that the waste is not a
hazardous waste pursuant to the
procedures set forth in section
66262.11.The hazardous characteristics
which serve as a basis for listing the
commonnames of wastes are indicated in
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the list as follows:()

(X) toxic (C)                              corrosive (I)

ignitable (R)                              reactive.

Acetylene sludge (C)                       Acid and water (C)

Acid sludge (C)                            AFU Floc (X)

Alkaline caustic liquids (C)               Alkaline cleaner (C)

Alkaline corrosive battery fluid (C)       Alkaline corrosive liquids (C)

Asbestos waste (X)                         Ashes (X,C)

Bag house wastes (X)                       Battery acid (C)

Beryllium waste (X)                        Bilge water (X)

Boiler cleaning waste (X,C)                Bunker Oil (X,I)

Catalyst (X,I,C)                           Caustic sludge (C)

Caustic wastewater (C)                     Cleaning solvents (I)

corrosion inhibitor (X,C)                  Data processing fluid (I)

Drilling fluids (X,C)                      Drilling mud (X)

Dyes (X)                                   Etching acid liquid or solvent (C,I)

Fly ash (X,C)                              Fuel waste (X,I)

Insecticides (X)                           Laboratory waste (X,C,R,I)

Lime and sulfur sludge (C)                 Lime and water (C)

Lime sludge (C)                            Lime wastewater (C)

Liquid cement (I)                          Mine tailings (X,R)

Obsolete explosives (R)                    Oil and water (X)

Oil Ash (X,C)                              Paint (or varnish) remover or stripper (I)

Paint thinner (X,I)                        Paint waste (or slops) (X,I)

Pickling liquor (C)                        Pigments (X)

Plating waste (X,C)                        Printing Ink (X)

Retrograde explosives (R)                  Sludge acid (C)

Soda ash (C)                               Solvents (I)

Spent acid (C)                             Spent caustic (C)

Spent (or waste) cyanide solutions (X,C)   Spent mixed acid (C)

Spent plating solution (X,C)               Spent sulfuric acid (C)
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Stripping solution (X,I)                   Sulfonation oil (I)

Tank bottom sediment (X)                   Tanning sludges (X)

Toxic chemical toilet wastes (X)           Unrinsed pesticide containers (X)

Unwanted or waste pesticides - an          Waste epoxides (X,I)
unusable portion of active ingredient or
undiluted formulation (X)

Waste (or slop) oil (X)                    Weed Killer (X)




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                                                             Appendix F

                                               Common Flammable Liquids

              Material                             Flash Point            Boiling Point

              Acetone                                    0 ˚F                134 ˚F

          Amyl Acetate                                  77 ˚F                300 ˚F

              Benzene                                   12 ˚F                176 ˚F

           Butyl Alcohol                                84 ˚F                243 ˚F

      Denatured Alcohol                                 60 ˚F                175 ˚F

          Ethyl Acetate                                 24 ˚F                171 ˚F

           Ethyl Alcohol                                55 ˚F                173 ˚F

            Ethylamine                                  <0 ˚F                 62 ˚F

            Ethyl Ether                                -49 ˚F                 95 ˚F

          Fuel Oil No. 1                               100 ˚F             304 – 574 ˚F

             Gasoline                                  -45 ˚F             100 – 400 ˚F

              Hexane                                    -7 ˚F                156 ˚F

       Isopropyl Alcohol                                53 ˚F                181 ˚F

             Jet Fuels                              -10 - -30 ˚F

             Kerosene                                  100 ˚F             304 – 574 ˚F

         Methyl Alcohol                                 52 ˚F                147 ˚F

       Methyl Ethyl Ether                              -35 ˚F                 51 ˚F

    Methyl Ethyl Kerosene                               21 ˚F                176 ˚F

        Napatha V. Mop                                  28 ˚F             212 – 320 ˚F

              Pentane                                 <-40 ˚F                 97 ˚F

        Petroleum Ether                                 <0 ˚F              95 – 140 ˚F

             Propanol                               15 – 19 ˚F               120 ˚F

                Toluol                                  10 ˚F                321 ˚F

            Turpentine                                  95 ˚F                300 ˚F

               Xylene                                   90 ˚F                292 ˚F
This listing is not all inclusive and is subject to change at any time.



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                                           Appendix G

    Toxicity Characteristics and Tables I (using TCLP), II and III (using STLC or TTLC)
                           (Reference: Section 66261.24 Title 22 CCR)




Table I - Maximum Concentration of Contaminants for the Toxicity Characteristic:

A waste exhibits the characteristic of toxicity if representative samples of the waste have any of
the following properties:

When using the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP), test Method 1311 in "Test
Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods," EPA Publication SW-846,
third edition and Updates (incorporated by reference in section 66260.11 of this division), the
extracts from representative samples of the waste contain any of the contaminants listed in
Table I of this section at a concentration equal to or greater than the respective value given in
that table unless the waste is excluded from classification as a solid waste or hazardous waste
or is exempted from regulation pursuant to 40 CFR section 261.4. Where the waste contains
less than 0.5 percent filterable solids, the waste itself, after filtering using the methodology
outlined in Method 1311, is considered to be the extract for the purposes of this section;

               Table I
Contaminant              Regulatory
                         Level Mg/l
Arsenic                          5.0
Barium                         100.0
Benzene                          0.5
Cadmium                          1.0
Carbon Tetrachloride             0.5
Chlordane                       0.03
Chlorobenzene                  100.0
Chloroform                       6.0
Chromium                         5.0
o-Cresol                       200.0   1
m-Cresol                       200.0   1
p-Cresol                       200.0   1
Cresol                         200.0   1
2,4-D                           10.0
1,4-Dichlorobenzene              7.5
1,2-Dichloroethane               0.5
1,1-Dichloroethylene             0.7
2,4-Dinitrotoluene              0.13
Endrin                          0.02
Heptachlor (and its            0.008
epoxide)
Hexachlorobenzene              0.13
Hexachlorobutadiene             0.5
Hexachloroethane                3.0
Lead                            5.0

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Lindane                            0.4
Mercury                            0.2
Methoxychlor                     10.0
Methyl ethyl ketone            200.0
Nitrobenzene                       2.0
Pentachlorophenol              100.0
Pyridine                           5.0 2
Selenium                           1.0
Silver                             5.0
Tetrachloroethylene                0.7
Toxaphene                          0.5
Trichloroethylene                  0.5
2,4,5-                         400.0
Trichlorophenol
2,4,6-                             2.0
Trichlorophenol
2,4,5-TP (Silvex)                  1.0
Vinyl Chloride                     0.2
Notes:
1. If o-, m-, and p-Cresol concentrations cannot be differentiated, the total cresol (DO26)
concentration is used. The regulatory level of total cresol is 200 mg/l.
2. Quantitation limit is greater than the calculated regulatory level. The quantitation limit
therefore becomes the regulatory level.

Table II and III - List of Inorganic Persistent and Bioaccumulative Toxic Substances and
Their Soluble Threshold Limit Concentration:

It contains a substance listed in Table II or Table III at a concentration in milligrams per liter of
waste extract, as determined using the Waste Extraction Test (WET) which equals or exceeds
its listed soluble threshold limit concentration or at a concentration in milligrams per kilogram in
the waste which equals or exceeds its listed TTLC (Total Threshold Limit Concentration);

                                               Table II
Substancea,b                                                  STLC          TTLC Wet-Weight
                                                              mg/l          mg/l
Antimony and/or antimony compounds                                 15                        500
Arsenic and/or arsenic compounds                                  5.0                        500
Asbestos                                                                         1.0 (as percent)
                                                                                                        c
Barium and/or barium compounds (excluding barium                  100                     10,000
sulfate)
Beryllium and/or beryllium compounds                             0.75                           75
Cadmium and/or cadmium compounds                                  1.0                          100
Chromium (VI) compounds                                             5                          500
                                                                        d
Chromium and/or chromium (III) compounds                            5                        2,500
Cobalt and/or cobalt compounds                                     80                        8,000
Copper and/or copper compounds                                     25                        2,500
Fluoride salts                                                    180                       18,000
Lead and/or lead compounds                                        5.0                        1,000
Mercury and/or mercury compounds                                  0.2                           20
                                                                                                        e
Molybdenum and/or molybdenum compounds                            350                        3,500
Nickel and/or nickel compounds                                     20                        2,000
Selenium and/or selenium compounds                                1.0                          100
Silver and/or silver compounds                                      5                          500
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Thallium and/or thallium compounds                                7                         700
Vanadium and/or vanadium compounds                               24                       2,400
Zinc and/or zinc compounds                                      250                       5,000

Notes:
a. STLC and TTLC values are calculated on the concentrations of the elements, not the
compounds.
b. In the case of asbestos and elemental metals, the specified concentration limits apply only if
substances are in a friable, powdered or finely divided state. Asbestos includes chrysotile,
amosite, crocidolite, tremolite, anthophyllite, and actinolite.
c. Excluding barium sulfate.
d. If the soluble chromium, as determined by the TCLP set forth in Appendix I of Chapter 18 of
this Division, is less than 5 mg/l, and the soluble chromium, as determined by the procedures
set forth in Appendix II of Chapter 11, equals or exceeds 560 mg/l and the waste is not
otherwise identified as a RCRA hazardous waste pursuant to section 66261.100, then the
waste is a non-RCRA hazardous waste.
e. Excluding molybdenum disulfide.

                                      Table III
           a,b
Substance                                           STLC                 TTLC
                                                    mg/l                 Wet-
                                                                         Weight
                                                                         mg/l
Aldrin                                                 0.14                  1.4
Chlordane                                              0.25                  2.5
DDT, DDE, DDD                                            0.1                 1.0
2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid                            10                100
Dieldrin                                                 0.8                 8.0
Dioxin (2,3,7,8-TCDD)                                 0.001                0.01
Endrin                                                 0.02                  0.2
Heptachlor                                             0.47                  4.7
Kepone                                                   2.1                  21
Lead compounds, organic                                -                      13
Lindane                                                  0.4                 4.0
Methoxychlor                                              10                100
Mirex                                                    2.1                  21
Pentachlorophenol                                        1.7                  17
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)                         5.0                  50
Toxaphene                                                0.5                   5
Trichloroethylene                                       204               2,040
2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxypropionic acid                     1.0                  10

Other Toxicity Characteristics

A substance is hazardous if it:

   Has an acute oral LD 50 less than 2,500 milligrams per kilogram;
   Has an acute dermal LD 50 less than 4,300 milligrams per kilogram;
   Has an acute inhalation LC 50 less than 10,000 parts per million as a gas or vapor;
   Has an acute aquatic 96-hour LC 50 less than 500 milligrams per liter when measured in
    soft water (total hardness 40 to 48 milligrams per liter of calcium carbonate) with fathead
    minnows (Pimephales promelas), rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) or golden shiners

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    (Notemigonus crysoleucas) according to procedures described in Part 800 of the
    "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater (16th Edition),"
    American Public Health Association, 1985 and "Static Acute Bioassay Procedures for
    Hazardous Waste Samples," California Department of Fish and Game, Water Pollution
    Control Laboratory, revised November 1988 (incorporated by reference, see section
    66260.11), or by other test methods or test fish approved by the Department, using test
    samples prepared or meeting the conditions for testing as prescribed in subdivisions (c)
    and (d) of Appendix II of this chapter, and solubilized, suspended, dispersed or emulsified
    by the cited procedures or by other methods approved by the Department;
   Contains any of the following carcinogenic substances at a single or combined
    concentration equal to or exceeding 0.001 percent by weight
        o 2-Acetylaminofluorene (2-AAF);
        o Acrylonitrile;
        o 4-Aminodiphenyl;
        o Benzidine and its salts;
        o bis (Chloromethyl) ether (BCME);
        o Methyl chloromethyl ether;
        o 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane (DBCP);
        o 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine and its salts (DCB);
        o 4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene (DAB);
        o Ethyleneimine (EL);
        o alpha-Naphthylamine (1-NA);
        o beta-Naphthylamine (2-NA);
        o 4-Nitrobiphenyl (4-NBP);
        o N-Nitrosodimethylamine (DMN);
        o beta-Propiolactone (BPL); or
        o Vinyl chloride (VCM).
   Has been shown through experience or testing to pose a hazard to human health or
    environment because of its carcinogenicity, acute toxicity, chronic toxicity, bioaccumulative
    properties or persistence in the environment.




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                                           Appendix H

                                  Universal Hazardous Waste
                                         (03/18/2009)

Introduction

New laws adopted since 2000 created California‟s “Universal Waste Rule” to try and simplify
how we manage many common hazardous wastes. Mercury containing devices (e.g. Mercury
containing thermostats, lamps, switches, thermometers, gauges, medical devices, rubber
flooring, flashing athletic shoes/jewelry/other devices, novelties, etc), dental amalgam, batteries,
sodium vapor lamps, non-empty aerosol cans, consumer electronic devices, cathode ray tubes
that are no longer useful, broken, or discarded are some examples of universal wastes. A more
detailed list of universal wastes can be found in the following section. It should be noted that as
of February 9, 2006, none of these universal wastes can be legally disposed of in the trash.

Definition of Universal Wastes

Universal wastes are hazardous wastes that are more common and pose a lower risk to people
and the environment than other hazardous wastes. Federal and State regulations identify
universal wastes and provide somewhat simpler rules for handling, recycling, and disposing of
them. The regulations, called the “Universal Waste Rule,” can be found in the California Code
of Regulations, Title 22, division 4.5, chapter 23. All citations in this fact sheet refer to these
regulations, unless otherwise noted. All universal wastes are hazardous wastes and, without
the new rules, they would have to be managed under the same stringent standards as other
hazardous wastes. Also, universal wastes are generated by a wide variety of people rather than
by the industrial businesses that primarily generate other hazardous wastes. Not all waste
products of a particular type are universal wastes. For example, waste thermometers that
contain mercury are universal wastes but waste thermometers that contain alcohol are not.

The following items are universal wastes when they are no longer useful, broken or are
discarded (Note: Working equipment listed below that has value and can be sold as surplus
property is not a universal waste unless it is discarded):

   Mercury thermostats. These thermostats contain small glass capsules of mercury, a shiny
    liquid metal, to make electrical contact. Modern electronic thermostats do not contain
    mercury.

   Batteries. Universal waste batteries include rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries, silver
    button batteries, mercury batteries, small sealed lead acid batteries (burglar alarm and
    emergency light batteries), most alkaline batteries, carbonzinc batteries, and any other
    batteries that exhibit a characteristic of a hazardous waste (§§66261.20 through 66261.24).
    NOTE: Spent automotive-type lead acid storage batteries are not universal waste.

   Lamps. Universal waste lamps include fluorescent tubes, high intensity discharge lamps,
    sodium vapor lamps, and any other lamps that exhibit a characteristic of a hazardous waste.

   Non-empty aerosol cans. The Legislature added non-empty aerosol cans to the list of
    universal wastes in 2001. Empty aerosol cans are not universal waste or hazardous waste.




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   Mercury switches. Two different types of mercury switches are universal wastes:

       Motor vehicle light switches that contain mercury. Health and Safety Code section
        25214.6 designates motor vehicle light switches (automatic hood and trunk light
        switches) containing mercury as universal wastes once they are removed from vehicles.
        Vehicles that contain the switches are to be considered hazardous waste until the
        mercury light switches are removed.

       Non-automotive mercury switches and products that contain them, when they are
        recycled as scrap metal. These switches include thermostats and tip switches in
        portable heaters, washing machine out-of-balance switches, silent wall switches, and
        other mercury-containing switches and products containing them. All discarded products
        that contain mercury switches are universal wastes.

   Mercury thermometers, including fever thermometers.

   Pressure or vacuum gauges that contain mercury. This includes U tube manometers,
    barometers, sphygmomanometers (blood pressure meters) and similar devices.

   Dilators and weighted tubing containing mercury. These medical devices contain
    mercury.

   Rubber flooring that contains mercury. Older gymnasium floors that were poured in
    place to form indoor tracks and gymnastic areas frequently contain mercury.

   Novelties that contain mercury or mercury batteries. This includes singing greeting
    cards, flashing athletic shoes, jewelry, and other devices. All novelties with added mercury
    are considered hazardous and are universal wastes.

   Mercury gas flow regulators. These older gas flow regulators are managed exclusively by
    natural gas utilities.

   Counterweights and dampers containing mercury, including devices that use pouches of
    mercury to dampen shaking on hunting bows and snow skis or to absorb recoil on
    shotguns.

   Dental amalgam tooth filling materials including waste amalgam, bits and pieces from chair
    side traps, and spent wastewater filters.

   Consumer electronic devices. Electronics that exhibit hazardous characteristics including,
    but not limited to CRT devices (e.g., computer monitors, televisions, cash registers and
    oscilloscopes), computers, computer peripherals, telephones, answering machines, radios,
    stereo equipment, tape players/recorders, phonographs, video cassette players/recorders,
    CD or DVD disc players/recorders, calculators, and some appliances. This does not include
    major appliances (e.g. dishwashers, washers, dryers, refrigerators, etc).

   Cathode ray tubes. Waste cathode ray tubes (CRTs), such as television picture tubes and
    non-flat panel computer monitors, are universal wastes and included in consumer electronic
    devices.

   Gauges that contain mercury. Vacuum and pressure gauges that contain mercury,
    including blood pressure gauges, barometers, and manometers.




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Management of Universal Hazardous Wastes

To properly dispose of Universal Hazardous Waste and other Hazardous Wastes:

   1. Prepare a properly labeled container, which is compatible and non-leaking for the
      collection of the waste by:

          Complete a Hazardous Waste Tracking Form (EH&S F-366-07), available from
           Environmental Health & Safety (Extension 4697), for each container. Make sure the
           following critical information is completed on the form: Hazardous Material Name,
           Quantity, California Waste Code, Waste Classification, Safety Handling Precautions
           and Initial Accumulation Date. The "Universal Waste Table" below contains the
           Hazardous Material Name, California Waste Code, Waste Classification and Safety
           Handling Precautions for the Common Names of Universal Hazardous Waste.

          Temporarily tape the completed form on the container before adding waste. Instead
           of taping the entire form to the container, you can remove the last page of the
           Hazardous Waste Tracking Form, which is the label for the container and tape the
           label to the container before adding any waste.

   2. Place the Hazardous Waste into the labeled container.

   3. Liquid mercury or mercury containing paint shall be placed in an airtight container.

   4. Universal Waste thermostats, switches, thermometers, gauges, counter weights,
      dampers, dilators and weight tubing shall be placed in sealed plastic bags and then
      placed into airtight containers.

   5. Intact Cathode Ray Tube Monitors can be stacked in 3 to 4 layers on a pallet and shrink
      wrapped. Monitors should not be stacked face down.

   6. Incompatible Wastes shall be kept segregated and managed appropriately in separate
      containers.

   7. Make sure the lid is closed on the container when you are not adding waste.

   8. Handle all waste in a manner that minimizes breakage, prevents fire, explosion, and the
      unauthorized release of any Universal Waste or component of a Universal Waste to the
      environment.

   9. Immediately clean up and place in a labeled container, as specified above, any waste
      that is broken or spilled.

   10. When the container is either full or 90 days after the initial accumulation date, call the
       Environmental Health & Safety Department at Extension 4697 and make arrangements
       to have the waste picked up or transported to the Hazardous Materials Facility within 3
       days.

              Universal Hazardous Waste with a University Property Number

If the Universal Hazardous Waste in question is a device of piece or equipment which has a
University Property Number, the Universal Hazardous Waste should be removed and handled
according to the procedures described in this document. The remaining device or equipment
shall be handled according to the University‟s Property Survey Procedures, established by the
University Property Office at Extension 3394.



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If the Universal Hazardous Waste cannot be removed or is an integral part of the device or
equipment (e.g. Electronic Device such as a Computer, Computer Monitor, Television), it
should be handled according to the Universal Hazardous Waste Procedures described in this
document; however, the properly labeled device or equipment should be submitted to the
Property Office, according to University Property Survey Procedures. The Property Office will
coordinate with the Environmental Health & Safety Department regarding the final management
of the waste device or equipment.

                                   Universal Waste Table
    Universal      Hazardous          California   Waste            Safety/Handling
    Waste          Material Name      Waste        Classification
                   for Labeling       Code
    Batteries      Universal          792          Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
                   Waste-Batteries                 Material Class       Skin Contact
                                                   8                   Avoid Heat &
                                                                        Open Flames
                                                                       Wear Gloves
                                                                        and Apron
    Thermostats    Universal          725          Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
                   Waste-                          Material Class       Skin Contact
                   Thermostats                     8                   Wear Gloves
                                                                        and Apron
                                                                       Avoid
                                                                        Prolonged
                                                                        Breathing of
                                                                        Vapors
    Lamps          Universal Waste    M003         Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
    Containing     -Lamps                          Material Class       Skin Contact
    Mercury                                        8                   Wear Gloves
                                                                        and Apron
                                                                       Avoid
                                                                        Prolonged
                                                                        Breathing of
                                                                        Vapors
                                                                       Eye Protection
                                                                        Required
    Sodium      Universal Waste       M003         Flammable           Avoid Eye &
    Vapor Lamps -Lamps                             Solid 4.3            Skin Contact
                                                                       Wear Gloves
                                                                        and Apron
                                                                       Avoid
                                                                        Prolonged
                                                                        Breathing of
                                                                        Vapors
                                                                       Eye Protection
                                                                        Required




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Universal      Hazardous         California   Waste            Safety/Handling
Waste          Material Name     Waste        Classification
               for Labeling      Code
Cathode Ray    Universal         181          Poison 6.1          Avoid Eye &
Tube (CRT)     Waste-CRT                                           Skin Contact
Devices        Devices                                            Wear Gloves
                                                                   and Apron
Includes                                                          Avoid
Televisions                                                        Prolonged
and CRT                                                            Breathing of
Computer                                                           Vapors
Monitors.                                                         Eye Protection
                                                                   Required
Cathode Ray    Universal         181          Poison 6.1          Avoid Eye &
Tube (CRT)     Waste-CRT                                           Skin Contact
Glass and/or   Glass                                              Wear Gloves
Broken                                                             and Apron
CRTs           Broken Leaded                                      Avoid
               Glass from                                          Prolonged
               Televisions or                                      Breathing of
               Computers                                           Vapors
                                                                  Eye Protection
               Do not mix with                                     Required
               other glass
               materials
Consumer       Universal         181          Poison 6.1          Eye Protection
Electronic     Waste-                                              Required
Devices        Electronic
               Devices
Non-empty      Universal         343          Poison 6.1          Avoid Eye &
Aerosol        Waste-Aerosol                  and/or               Skin Contact
Cans           Cans                           Flammable           Avoid Heat &
                                              Liquid Class 3       Open Flames
Mercury        Universal         M001 (For    Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
Switches       Waste-Mercury     Motor        Material Class       Skin Contact
               Switches          Vehicle      8                   Wear Gloves
                                 Switches)                         and Apron
                                 M002 (For                        Avoid
                                 Others)                           Prolonged
                                                                   Breathing of
                                                                   Vapors
Mercury        Universal         725          Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
Thermo-        Waste- Mercury                 Material Class       Skin Contact
meters         Switches/Therm                 8                   Wear Gloves
               ometers                                             and Apron
                                                                  Avoid
                                                                   Prolonged
                                                                   Breathing of
                                                                   Vapors




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Universal       Hazardous         California   Waste            Safety/Handling
Waste           Material Name     Waste        Classification
                for Labeling      Code
Dental          Universal         725          Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
amalgam         Waste- Dental                  Material Class       Skin Contact
                amalgam                        8                   Wear Gloves
                                                                    and Apron
                                                                   Avoid
                                                                    Prolonged
                                                                    Breathing of
                                                                    Vapors
                                                                   Eye Protection
                                                                    Required
Pressure or     Universal         725          Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
Vacuum          Waste-Mercury                  Material Class       Skin Contact
Gauges          Gauges                         8                   Wear Gloves
                                                                    and Apron
                                                                   Avoid
                                                                    Prolonged
                                                                    Breathing of
                                                                    Vapors
Mercury         Universal         725          Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
Drained from    Waste- Drained                 Material Class       Skin Contact
Pressure or     Mercury                        8                   Wear Gloves
Vacuum                                                              and Apron
Gauges                                                             Avoid
                                                                    Prolonged
                                                                    Breathing of
                                                                    Vapors
                                                                   Eye Protection
                                                                    Required
Novelties      Universal Waste-   M004         Corrosive
               Novelties                       Material Class
                                               8
Counterwei     Universal Waste-   725          Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
ghts and       Counterweights                  Material Class       Skin Contact
Dampers        and Dampers                     8                   Wear Gloves
                                                                    and Apron
                                                                   Avoid
                                                                    Prolonged
                                                                    Breathing of
                                                                    Vapors
                                                                   Eye Protection
                                                                    Required




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       Universal     Hazardous               California   Waste            Safety/Handling
       Waste         Material Name           Waste        Classification
                     for Labeling            Code
       Dilators      Universal Waste-        725          Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
       and           Dilators                             Material Class       Skin Contact
       Weighted      Or                                   8                   Wear Gloves
       Tubing        Universal-                                                and Apron
                     Weighted Tubing                                          Avoid
                                                                               Prolonged
                                                                               Breathing of
                                                                               Vapors
                                                                              Eye Protection
                                                                               Required
       Rubber        Universal Waste-        725          Corrosive           Avoid Eye &
       Flooring      Waste Mercury-                       Material Class       Skin Contact
       Containing    Containing                           8                   Wear Gloves
       Mercury       Flooring                                                  and Apron
                                                                              Avoid
                                                                               Prolonged
                                                                               Breathing of
                                                                               Vapors
                                                                              Eye Protection
                                                                               Required
       Gas Flow      Universal Waste-        725          Corrosive           Wear Gloves
       Regulators.   Gas Flow                             Material Class       and Apron
                     Regulator                            8                   Avoid
                                                                               Prolonged
                                                                               Breathing of
                                                                               Vapors
                                                                              Eye Protection
                                                                               Required


Remember to comply with the following when handling Universal Hazardous Waste or any
Hazardous Waste.

        Do not dispose of waste in the trash.

        Do not dilute or treat any waste.

        All Universal Wastes will be containerized to prevent leakage, spillage and/or damage.

        Use containers that are structurally sound, compatible with the waste, prevent leakage,
         prevent spillage and/or prevent damage.

        All containers shall be placed in a location that has sufficient ventilation to avoid
         formation of an explosive atmosphere, and designed, built, and maintained to withstand
         pressures reasonably expected during storage and transportation.

        Flammable wastes shall be kept at a safe distance from heat and open flames
         preferably in flammable storage cabinets.




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       You may remove Universal Waste containing parts from a device. For example, you can
        remove mercury ampules from thermostats or electrolyte from batteries. However, you
        cannot treat and/or change the characteristic of the waste.
Spill Response

   Mercury clean up kits or equipment must be available for cleaning up any spills or releases
    from universal wastes containing liquid mercury (Specifically, thermostats, switches,
    thermometers, gauges, counter weights, dampers, dilators, weight tubing).
   Immediately contain all releases of universal wastes and other residues from universal
    wastes.
   Waste consisting only of residues of leaking, broken, or otherwise damaged universal waste
    may be managed as universal waste provided that the leaking, broken, or otherwise
    damaged universal waste is repackaged in labeled containers that are structurally sound,
    compatible with the waste, prevent leakage, prevent spillage and/or prevent damage (see
    Section on Collection, Packaging & Short Term Storage above). Liquid mercury or mercury
    containing paint must be place in an airtight container. Universal waste thermostats,
    switches, thermometers, gauges, counter weights, dampers, dilators, weight tubing will be
    placed in sealed plastic bags and then placed into airtight containers.
   Employees handling universal wastes will utilize Personnel Protective Equipment as
    specified in the following table.

            Personal Protective            Conditions Requiring Use
            Equipment
            Closed toed shoes             During all activities at all times when
                                          handling universal wastes.
            Long pants                    During all activities at all times when
                                          handling universal wastes.
            Cotton or leather work gloves When handling Cathode Ray Tube Devices
                                          (Includes Televisions and CRT Computer
                                          Monitors), Consumer Electronic Devices and
                                          Lamps.
            Chemical Protective Gloves    When handling spilled or otherwise non-
                                          contained mercury or mercury containing
                                          waste.
            Safety Glasses                During all activities at all times when
                                          handling universal wastes.
            Respirator                    When handling spilled or otherwise non-
                                          contained mercury in amounts greater than
                                          10 ml.




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Personal Protective   Conditions Requiring Use
Equipment
Dust Mask             Voluntary (The occasional clean up of a
                      broken Cathode Ray Tube Device (Includes
                      Televisions and CRT Computer Monitors),
                      Consumer Electronic Device or Lamp is not
                      expected to expose individuals to
                      unhealthful levels of dust or debris.
                      However, these activities can under some
                      conditions cause discomfort to employees.
                      In recognition of this fact, departments will
                      purchase NIOSH approved N100 dust
                      masks, with exhalation ports and double
                      straps. These masks will be made available
                      to all employees on a voluntary basis. If you
                      choose to utilize dust masks, please read
                      the information regarding respiratory
                      protection titled “Guide to Respiratory
                      Protection at Work” in this document.)




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            Guide to Respiratory Protection at Work
            (Reference: Appendix D to Section 5144 Title 8 California Code of Regulations:
            (Mandatory) Information for Employees Using Respirators When Not Required Under the
            Standard)
            Respirators are an effective method of protection against designated
            hazards when properly selected and worn. Respirator use is encouraged
            even when exposures are below the exposure limit, to provide an additional
            level of comfort and protection for workers. However, if a respirator is used
            improperly or not kept clean, the respirator itself can become a hazard to
            the worker. Sometimes, workers may wear respirators to avoid exposures to
            hazards, even if the amount of hazardous substance does not exceed the
            limits set by OSHA standards. If your employer provides respirators for your
            voluntary use, or if you provide your own respirator, you need to take certain
            precautions to be sure that the respirator itself does not present a hazard.

            You should do the following:

                1. Read and heed all instructions provided by the manufacturer on use,
                   maintenance, cleaning and care, and warnings regarding the
                   respirators limitations.
                2. Choose respirators certified for use to protect against the
                   contaminant of concern. NIOSH, the National Institute for
                   Occupational Safety and Health of the U.S. Department of Health
                   and Human Services, certifies respirators. A label or statement of
                   certification should appear on the respirator or respirator packaging.
                   It will tell you what the respirator is designed for and how much it will
                   protect you.
                3. Do not wear your respirator into atmospheres containing
                   contaminants for which your respirator is not designated to protect
                   against. For example, a respirator designed to filter dust particles will
                   not protect you against gases, vapors or very small solid particles of
                   fumes or smoke.
                4. Keep track of your respirator so that you do not mistakenly use
                   someone else's respirator.


           This personal protective equipment, except closed toed shoes and long pants, will
           be purchased by each department and made available to all employees at no cost.
           All employees are required to utilize this personal protective equipment in
           compliance with the above table. Supervisors are responsible for coordinating
           training on this protective equipment. Training videos and web based training on
           various safety issues are available from Environmental Health & Safety (Extension
           4697).

Training

All employees who handle or have responsibility for managing Universal Waste, should be
trained initially and annually thereafter on the information in this document.




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Processing of Aerosol Cans (EH&S Only)

Universal waste aerosol cans can be processed to remove and collect the contents provided
the following conditions are met:
 Aerosol cans are processed in a manner and in equipment designed, maintained, and
    operated so as to prevent fire, explosion, and the unauthorized release of any universal
    waste or component of a universal waste to the environment.
 The unit used to process the universal waste aerosol cans is placed on or above a non-
    earthen floor that is free of cracks or gaps and is sufficiently impervious and bermed to
    contain leaks and spills.
 The Unit is located in a well ventilated area.
 Operations are performed safely by developing and implementing a written operating
    procedure detailing the safe processing of aerosol cans. This procedure shall, at a
    minimum, include all of the following:
    o The type of equipment to be used to process the aerosol cans safely.
    o Operation and maintenance of the unit.
    o Segregation of incompatible wastes.
    o Proper waste management practices, including ensuring that flammable wastes are
         stored away from heat and open flames.
    o Waste characterization.
 A spill cleanup kit is readily available to immediately clean up spills or leaks of the contents
    of the aerosol cans.
 The contents of the waste aerosol can are characterized (to determine if the contents are a
    hazardous waste), immediately transferred to an appropriate container and managed in
    compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local requirements.
 All individuals processing aerosol cans are trained on the written operating procedures and
    are thoroughly familiar with the procedure for sorting, processing aerosol cans, proper
    waste handling and emergency procedures.
 Notify the CUPA, if the facility is under the jurisdiction of a CUPA, or other responsible
    agency prior to the first time aerosol cans are processed. Notification shall be completed,
    dated, and signed according to the requirements of Section 66270.11 of Title 22 of the
    California Code of Regulations, and shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following
    information:
    o Name, identification number, site address, mailing address, and telephone number of
         the person responsible for processing aerosol cans
    o A description of the aerosol can processing activities, including the type and estimated
         volumes or quantities of universal waste aerosol cans to be processed monthly, the
         treatment process or processes, equipment descriptions, and design capacities.
    o A description of the characteristics and management of any hazardous treatment
         residuals.
Notify the CUPA or agency of any change in operation which necessitates modifying any of the
required information submitted in the original notification within 30 days. Each amended
notification shall be completed, dated, and signed in accordance with the requirements of
Section 66270.11 of Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations, as those requirements apply
to hazardous waste facilities permit applications.

Shipping Off-Campus (EH&S Only)

   Prepare proper shipping papers such as a bill of lading. A Uniform Hazardous Waste
    Manifest is not necessary for universal waste shipments (§66273.18).
   You may transport universal waste in your own vehicle or may use any common carrier
    allowed by U.S. DOT and California law to transport non-hazardous waste. You are not
    required to use a registered hazardous waste hauler to transport universal waste
    (§66273.18).

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   Ship the universal waste to another small quantity handler of universal waste, a large
    quantity handler of universal waste, or a destination facility. When shipping or receiving
    universal waste, specific rules apply regarding accepting shipments containing hazardous
    wastes that are not universal wastes and shipments that are rejected (§66273.18).
   Keep records of all shipments and receipts of universal waste for three years (§66273.19).
   When sending universal waste outside the country, comply with regulations addressing
    universal waste export (§66273.20).
If you have any questions, feel free to call the Environmental Health & Safety Department at
4697.




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                                              Appendix I

                                Management of Treated Wood Waste
                                         (01/12/2007)

Introduction

The Department of Toxic Substances control has established Emergency Regulation effective January
1, 2007 and is proposing new permanent regulations that will regulate Treated Wood Waste as
hazardous waste in California, provided the waste is not a RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery
Act) listed hazardous waste.

These regulations establish “alternative hazardous waste management standards” for Treated Wood
Waste. Individuals handling or disposing of Treated Wood Waste in compliance with these regulations
are exempt from compliance with some of the usual hazardous waste management requirements. It
should be noted that treated wood waste cannot be legally disposed of in the trash.

Definition of Treated Wood Waste

Treated Wood Waste is waste wood that has been treated with a wood preservative that is registered in
accordance with the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).

Management & Handling

General

   Treated Wood Waste shall be disposed of as hazardous waste and not discarded in the regular
    trash or to the land.
   Scavenging of Treated Wood Waste shall be prevented.
   Treated Wood Waste shall not be burned, recycled, reclaimed, or reused, except as indicated in this
    document.
   Treated Wood can only be reused if all the following conditions are met:
     Reuse is on campus
     The wood is reused in compliance with the FIFRA approval for the wood preservative.
     Prior to reuse the wood is handled in compliance with all the requirements in this document
   Treated Wood Waste shall not be stored for more than 90 days on campus.
   Do not mix, dilute and/or commingled with any other waste prior to disposal.
   Treated Wood Waste shall not be treated on campus. Treatment can only be done by properly
    permitted facilities.

Labeling

   Utilize a Hazardous Waste Tracking Form, available form Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) at
    Extension 4697, to label all Treated Wood Waste. Use the information in the following table to
    complete the tracking form. Be sure to use the wording indicated in the table for the hazardous
    material name.

     Hazardous            California   Waste            Safety/Handling
     Material Name        Waste        Classification
     for Labeling         Code
     TREATED WOOD         614          Poison 6.1          Avoid Eye &
     WASTE-Do Not                                           Skin Contact
     Burn or Scavenge

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   The Initial Accumulation Date must be indicated on the Hazardous Waste Tracking Form, which is
    used to label the waste.
   All Treated Wood Waste shall be appropriately labeled.
   Any manufacturer or other identifying labeling shall not be removed.

Collection, Packaging & Short Term Storage

   Treated Wood Waste shall be packaged and stored so that it is protected from run-on and run-off
    water and stored on an impervious surface to prevent contact with or leaching into the soil or water.
    This can be accomplished by the following methods:
     Block and Tarp
          Treated Wood Waste shall be covered with plastic or other water impenetrable material to
             protect from precipitation
          Treated Wood Waste shall be elevated to prevent contact with the soil and to protect from
             reasonably foreseeable run-on; and
          Stored on an impervious surface.
     Containerized
          Container must be designed, constructed, maintained, filled, its contents so limited, and
             closed, so that under conditions normally incidental to handling, there will be no identifiable
             release of the waste or its constituents to the environment; and
          Containers must be water-resistant.
     Storage Building: A structurally sound building with a water-resistant floor designed to prevent
         the movement of water into or out of the building
     Containment Pad
          The waste does not contact the soil.
          The waste is protected from reasonably foreseeable run-on; and
          The waste is covered with plastic or other water impenetrable material to protect from
             precipitation
          Treated Wood Waste may be accumulated uncovered if the containment surface is designed
             and operated to contain all precipitation and the resulting water is managed in accordance
             with all applicable laws and regulations
   Any saw dust generated from using treated wood is consider Treated Wood Waste and shall be
    clean up, place in a labeled/sealed container and managed as indicated in this document. The
    container must be designed, constructed, maintained, filled, its contents so limited, and closed, so
    that under conditions normally incidental to handling, there will be no identifiable release of the waste
    or its constituents to the environment. A plastic bucket with a water tight lid is recommended to meet
    these requirements.
   Incompatible wastes shall be kept segregated and managed appropriately in separate containers.
   All wastes will be containerized to prevent leakage, spillage and/or damage.
   Use containers that are structurally sound, compatible with the waste, prevent leakage, prevent
    spillage and/or prevent damage.
   All containers shall be closed unless material is being added.
   Do not store waste for more than three days once the container is full. When the container is full
    contact Environmental Health & Safety to coordinate prompt removal.




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Spill Response

In the event that treated wood or waste is spilled the following clean up procedures will be followed
immediately:

   Isolate the area and keep people from walking through the spill.
   Contact your supervisor.
   Utilize the Personnel Protective Equipment as specified in the table below.
   Sweep up all the debris and place in a sealed container.
   Use only labeled containers that are structurally sound, compatible with the waste, prevent leakage,
    prevent spillage and/or prevent damage (see Sections on Labeling and Collection, Packaging &
    Short Term Storage above).
   Store the container in a secure location.
   Re-open spill area.
   Contact Environmental Health & Safety to coordinate prompt removal of the container within 3 days.

Employee Safety

   Employees handling wastes will utilize Personnel Protective Equipment as specified in the following
    table.

            Personal Protective             Conditions Requiring Use
            Equipment
            Closed toed shoes             During all activities at all times when
                                          handling treated wood or waste.
            Long pants                    During all activities at all times when
                                          handling treated wood or waste.
            Cotton or leather work gloves During all activities at all times when
                                          handling treated wood or waste.
            Safety Glasses                During all activities were saw dust may be
                                          generated or handled.
            Dust Mask                     Voluntary. The occasional clean up or use
                                          of treated wood or waste, including saw dust
                                          is not expected to expose individuals to
                                          unhealthful levels of dust or debris.
                                          However, these activities can under some
                                          conditions cause discomfort to employees.
                                          In recognition of this fact, departments will
                                          purchase NIOSH approved N100 dust
                                          masks, with exhalation ports and double
                                          straps. These masks will be made available
                                          to all employees on a voluntary basis. If
                                          employees choose to utilize dust masks,
                                          They are to read the information regarding
                                          respiratory protection titled “Guide to
                                          Respiratory Protection at Work” in this
                                          table.)




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            Guide to Respiratory Protection at Work
            (Reference: Appendix D to Section 5144 Title 8 California Code of Regulations:
            (Mandatory) Information for Employees Using Respirators When Not Required Under the
            Standard)
            Respirators are an effective method of protection against designated
            hazards when properly selected and worn. Respirator use is encouraged
            even when exposures are below the exposure limit, to provide an additional
            level of comfort and protection for workers. However, if a respirator is used
            improperly or not kept clean, the respirator itself can become a hazard to
            the worker. Sometimes, workers may wear respirators to avoid exposures to
            hazards, even if the amount of hazardous substance does not exceed the
            limits set by OSHA standards. If your employer provides respirators for your
            voluntary use, or if you provide your own respirator, you need to take certain
            precautions to be sure that the respirator itself does not present a hazard.

            You should do the following:

            1. Read and heed all instructions provided by the manufacturer on use,
               maintenance, cleaning and care, and warnings regarding the respirators
               limitations.
            2. Choose respirators certified for use to protect against the contaminant of
               concern. NIOSH, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and
               Health of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, certifies
               respirators. A label or statement of certification should appear on the
               respirator or respirator packaging. It will tell you what the respirator is
               designed for and how much it will protect you.
            3. Do not wear your respirator into atmospheres containing contaminants
               for which your respirator is not designated to protect against. For
               example, a respirator designed to filter dust particles will not protect you
               against gases, vapors or very small solid particles of fumes or smoke.
            4. Keep track of your respirator so that you do not mistakenly use
               someone else's respirator.


           This personal protective equipment, except closed toed shoes and long pants, will be
           purchased by each department and made available to all employees at no cost. All
           employees are required to utilize this personal protective equipment in compliance with the
           above table. Supervisors are responsible for coordinating training on this protective
           equipment. Training videos and web based training on various safety issues are available
           from Environmental Health & Safety (Extension 4697).

Training

Training all employees who handle or have responsibility for managing treated wood or waste, initially
and annually thereafter on the information in this document.




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Shipping Off-Campus and Tracking (EH&S Only)

   Treated Wood Waste shall be shipped and/or transported in a manner that prevents unauthorized
    access; protects the waste from precipitation; and prevents loss, dispersion, and leaching of waste
    constituents.
   Treated Wood Waste will be shipped to a Treated Wood Waste facility or a Treated Wood Waste
    approved landfill. An exception is provided to allow a generator to ship from a remote site to a
    consolidation site provided the following conditions are met:
     The waste is transported by the generator, employees of the generator or by the generator‟s
         agent.
     A shipping document containing all of the following information accompanies the waste while in
         transport:
          Quantity of waste
          Location of the remote site where the waste was initially collected.
          Date that the generator first began to accumulate the waste at the remote site
          Date that the shipment left the remote site
          Date that the shipment arrives at the consolidation site.
          Name, address, and telephone number of the generator, and, if different, the address and
             telephone number of the consolidation site to which the waste is being transported.
          Name of the individual or individuals who transported the waste from the remote site to the
             consolidation site.
     Retain copies of the shipping document for at least three years from the date the waste leaves
         the consolidation site.
   Keep records of all off-site shipments to Treated Waste Wood facilities or landfills. These records
    may take the form of a log, invoice, manifest, bill of lading, shipping document, or receipt from a
    Treated Waste Wood facility or landfill. The record for each shipment of waste shall include the
    following information:
     Name and address of the facility or landfill to which the waste was sent;
     Weight or estimated weight of the waste. Assumptions required for weight estimates shall be
         recorded in the shipment records.
     Date the shipment of waste left.
     Retain copies of the shipping documents for at least three years from the date the waste leaves
         the site.

Notifications (EH&S Only)

   In any calendar year that the University generates more than 10,000 pounds of Treated Wood
    Waste the handler shall send written notification to the Department of Toxic Substances Control
    within 30 days of exceeding the 10,000 pound limit. The notification shall include the following:
     University's name and mailing address;
     EPA Generator‟s Identification Number;
     Name and business telephone number of the person at the University who should be contacted
        regarding waste management activities;
     address or physical location of the waste management activities;
     Date the 10,000 pound limit was exceeded; and
     A statement indicating that the University is generating more than 10,000 pounds of Treated
        Wood Waste per calendar year.




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