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Chemical waste disposal is the process in which chemical waste is disposed with safely and in a non-harmful way to the environment. In a lab, chemical waste is usually segregated into appropriate waste containers and are the disposed of via a specialist contractor. Sodium chloride and other innocuous aqueous waste may be washed down the sink with excess water. more

Chemical waste disposal is the process in which chemical waste is disposed with safely and in a non-harmful way to the environment. In a lab, chemical waste is usually segregated into appropriate waste containers and are the disposed of via a specialist contractor. Sodium chloride and other innocuous aqueous waste may be washed down the sink with excess water. Elemental mercury and spent acids must be separated and recycled, whereas organic solvents are separated into chlorinated and non-chlorinated and incinerated. There are some chemicals that appear on the 'red list' and they must never be washed away. The list includes transitional metals, brocades, cyanides, hydrocarbons, poisonous compounds, fluorides and nitrites.

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