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Waste Pharmaceuticals

Hazardous Wate Regulatory Status of Multiple RCRA Hazardous Wastes December 2008
Environmental Protection Agency interpretation letter Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbolon the regulatory status of multiple listed hazardous wastes.

Hazardous Waste Regulatory Status of Epinephrine Salts November 2007
Waste Management Division interpretation letter Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbolon the regulatory status of epinephrine salts.

Hazardous Waste Regulatory Status of Pharmaceuticals January 1999
Waste Management Division interpretation letter Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbolon the hazardous waste regulatory status of returned, expired pharmaceuticals.

US EPA letters of interpretations

P-Listed Chemicals and Empty Containers
Management and disposal guidelines for acutely hazardous pharmaceuticals wastes Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbolcommonly generated at healthcare facilities.

U-Listed Antineoplastic (Chemotherapy) Wastes
Management and disposal guidelines for toxic hazardous Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbolantineoplastice (chemotheraphy) waste commonly generated at healthcare facilities.

Characteristic (D-Coded) Wastes
Management and disposal guidelines for characteristic Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbolpharmaceutical wastes commonly generated at healthcare facilities.

Pharmacy Waste Disposal Questions
Disposal guidelines on specific pharmaceutical wastes that are commonly generated at healthcare facilities.

 

 

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