With it being the first week back to school, there’s no better time to think about where the chemicals are located in the school. These chemicals are dangerous even in controlled environments. Here are three areas you will find toxic… Read More
Do you need to perform a chemical inventory? Whenever your building is mostly empty or your school is unoccupied, these are the best times to perform a chemical inventory and dispose of any chemicals that you no longer need.
While hazardous materials may not be as prevalent in schools as they are elsewhere, there are still plenty of chemicals that have the potential to be dangerous. Knowing where these hazardous chemicals are, and how to maintain compliance is necessary… Read More
Proper disposal of business waste, whether hazardous or not, is a topic that should be approached with care. Not only is adequate disposal necessary for safety reasons, but environmental ones as well. Knowing what your business needs to do to… Read More
A flood can cause catastrophic damage. When you add hazardous materials to the equation, the risk goes up significantly. With all of the rain we’ve had recently, much of the East Coast has been dealing with flooding. Unfortunately, heavy rains… Read More
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) is the EPA’s rulebook that governs all aspects of hazardous waste handling and disposal. Compliance with these rules is essential, and non-compliance carries some pretty hefty fines. One of the many things dictated… Read More