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I recycle household items? Household Hazardous Waste – If you are a homeowner, you probably have old cans of paint, paint remover, garden chemicals and other hazardous household materials that you no longer ... solid waste management district may have a solution for you. Many of them hold household hazardous waste collection events. If you live in a solid waste management district (SWMD) that ...
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Protecting Ohio's Land
Many of us have old cans of paint, paint remover, garden chemicals and other hazardous household materials stored in garages or basements. Many local solid waste management districts sponsor household hazardous ...
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Your Backyard - Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Guide to Monitoring of Surface Waters Minnesota's Drinking Water Environmental Reports Hazardous Wastes Generated in Minnesota Reported Toxic Chemical Releases Minnesota Toxic Release Inventory ... Environment In Your House: Buy less toxic or nontoxic cleaning materials. Properly dispose of all hazardous household materials, from cleansers to fluorescent tubes to paints. Recycle your recyclables! ...
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Floods: Minimizing Pollution and Health Risks - Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Health Risks Floods: Minimizing Pollution and Health Risks For citizens: Hazardous household materials Preparing heating oil tanks for flooding Drinking water well contamination ... Hazardous Household Materials Homeowners in areas that are likely to flood should move hazardous household materials to a safe area that is likely to remain dry throughout the flooding. Hazardous household materials ...
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Recycle City
Buy one general housecleaner rather than a variety of products for different purposes. Use all of the product containing toxic ingredients so there is no hazardous ... manufacturers to encourage them to reduce unnecessary packaging They find safer alternatives to potentially hazardous household materials, such as oven cleaners and polishes They buy the products they use a lot ...
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Program FAQ's - Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County
Also, household hazardous waste collection/recycling events are held in many of the county's cities. These these events typically collect a limited range of hazardous household materials. Please check with your city recycling coordinator to find out whether your city has collection events, when they are scheduled and what they accept. The Local Hazardous ...
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Household Hazardous Waste | Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) | US EPA
Learn about the use of alternative methods or products-without hazardous ingredients-for some common household needs. For more information on this review suggested alternatives to common hazardous household ... 03824 Phone: 603 868-1496 Minnesota Pollution Control Agency North America Hazardous Materials Management Association 15 Barre Street Montpelier, VT 05602 Phone: 802 223- ...
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Materials List - What do I do with...? - King County Solid Waste Division
Hazardous Waste Schools Program Household Hazardous Waste Illegal Dumping Junk Mail Reduction LEED LinkUp Manure Management Master Recycler Composter Natural Yard Care Northwest Natural Yard Days Online Materials ... furniture, mattresses, carpet padding and other materials. Many vendors will not accept foam rubber or latex foam. Household Furniture Household furniture includes items such as couches, ...
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Lesson materials available to be copied
Answers included. Grades 9 through adult. How to Make Your Own Slug Trap pdf, (60 KB) Using simple materials found in most homes, make a slug trap and bait it with beer or non-alcoholic beer. No need for a toxic bait. Grades four through adult. Hazardous Household Products Word ...
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Hazardous household product safety
Hazardous household product safety Hazardous Household Product safety You can identify a hazardous product by reading the label. You can assume that a product is hazardous if its label bears one or ... , insecticides, fertilizers, rat and mouse poison, antifreeze, and medicines. Corrosive: Can eat away materials and living tissue by chemical action. Examples: Oven, drain and toilet cleaners, chlorine ...
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