- Eagle Manufacturing Company
Hazardous waste comes in many forms, and generally is either listed specifically as hazardous by the federal government, or it is considered hazardous by the characteristics it demonstrates. A waste is considered hazardous if it is:
- Ignitable -- It catches fire under certain conditions. Examples are certain paints and degreasers and solvents.
- Corrosive -- It corrodes metals or has a very high or very low pH. Examples are rust removers, acid or alkaline cleaning fluids, and battery acid.
- Reactive or Unstable -- It is unstable and explodes or produces toxic fumes, gases, and vapors when mixed with water or under other conditions, such as heat or pressure. Examples are certain cyanides and sulfide-bearing wastes.
- Toxic -- It is harmful or fatal when ingested or absorbed, or it leaches toxic chemicals into the soil or ground water when disposed of on land. Examples are wastes that contain high concentrations of heavy metals, such as cadmium, lead, or mercury.
KTEC can custom fit your laboratory with a system for delivery and waste containment of industrial chemicals and solvents
- Minimize exposure to harmful chemical vapors
Collect solvent waste from multiple effluent streams
Highly adaptable and conforms to a broad range of containment types
All products are designed for ease of use and adaptability, and will conform to a broad range of standard laboratory solvent containers available from KTEC.
Accessories for waste disposal include; solvent collection manifold, organic solvent exhaust filter with breakthrough indicator, adapters, plugs, and tubing connections required for installation on typical HPLC instruments.