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    Waste   Disposal   Guide   How   to   Properly   Dispose   of    Waste   Materials   Generated   at   Michigan   State   University   Environmental   Health   &   Safety   (EHS)   /   Office   of    Radiation,   Chemical   &   Biological   Safety   (ORCBS)   C124   Research   Complex ‐ Engineering   East   Lansing,   MI   48824 ‐ 1326   Revised   April 200 9      CONTACT INFORMATION Campus Emergency: 911  ORCBS Phone Number: (517) 355-0153 ORCBS Fax Number: (517) 353-4871 ORCBS E-mail Address: orcbs@msu.edu  ORCBS Web Address: http://www.orcbs.msu.edu    TABLE OF CONTENTS Sections  Introduction ................................................................................................................... 4 Hazardous Waste Defined ............................................................................................ 5 Requirements for Chemical Waste ............................................................................... 6 Classification of Chemical Waste .................................................................................. 7 Containers ..................................................................................................................... 8 Container Label ............................................................................................................. 9 General Labeling & Packaging Procedures .................................................................. 9 Specific Labeling & Packaging Procedures ............................................................. 9-15 Scheduling a Chemical Waste Pick-up ....................................................................... 15 How to Complete a Pick-up Request Form ................................................................. 16 N.O.S. (Not Otherwise Specified) Marking ................................................................. 17 Compatibility Table ..................................................................................................... 18 Disposal of Unknowns ................................................................................................ 19 Radioactive Waste General Labeling & Packaging Procedures .................................................... 20 Specific Labeling & Packaging Procedures .................................................... 21 Scheduling a Radioactive Waste Pick-up ....................................................... 22 Biohazardous Waste ................................................................................................... 24 General Labeling, Packaging & Disposal Procedures .................................... 25 Waste Procedures for Biosafety Levels 1, 2 & 3 ............................................. 26 Pathological Waste ......................................................................................... 27 ULAR Specific (Animal) Procedures ............................................................... 2 7  Department or Facility Specific Procedures .................................................... 28  Appendices   Appendix A. MSU Materials Pick-up Tag .................................................................... 29  Appendix B. Hazardous Waste Pick-up Request Form .............................................. 30  Appendix C. Compatibility Table ................................................................................. 31  Appendix D. Radioactive Waste Pick-up Tag ............................................................. 32  Appendix E. Radioactive Waste Pick-up Request Form ............................................. 33  Appendix F. ULAR Pathological Waste Pick-up Form ................................................ 34  Appendix G. Hazardous Materials Table .................................................................... 35  Appendix H. Toxic Wastes .......................................................................................... 65  Appendix I. Severe Toxicity Wastes ........................................................................... 66  Appendix J. Chemotherapy Agents ............................................................................ 67  Appendix K. Explosive Materials ................................................................................. 68  INTRODUCTION Excellence in research and education is of primary importance at Michigan State University. In support of this activity, the Office of Radiation, Chemical and Biological Safety (ORCBS) provides for disposal of hazardous chemical waste, radioactive waste, and, together with University Laboratory Animal Resources (ULAR), certain biohazardous waste. This document contains updated university procedures for safe handling and packaging of such wastes. The enclosed procedures are necessary to comply with rules from the regulatory agencies governing hazardous materials. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) regulate disposal of chemical wastes in a cradle-to-grave fashion. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulates the disposal of radioactive material. The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) governs transportation, labeling and packaging of hazardous substances while the Michigan Department of Public Health (MDPH) serves to ensure the safety and health of employees who handle such materials. The Michigan Medical Waste Regulatory Act governs medical waste as part of biohazardous waste. Our goal is to provide for the disposal of hazardous wastes in a safe, efficient, and ecologically sound manner. We need your cooperation to meet this goal. Please abide by the guidelines set forth in this document and comply with the applicable regulatory requirements for the waste that you generate. Call the Office of Radiation, Chemical and Biological Safety (355-0153) for questions about radioactive, chemical, and biohazardous waste disposal or University Laboratory Animal Resources (353-5064)  for questions regarding pathological waste disposal. Finally, if you handle any potentially hazardous materials, know the hazards and how to protect yourself from them. Companion documents detailing regulatory requirements, risks, handling precautions and other safety related information are listed below. ã  Michigan State University Chemical Hygiene Plan ã  Michigan State University Radiation Safety Manual ã  Michigan State University Biological Safety Manual ã  Michigan State University Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan 4
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