Profit Through Prevention - Best Environmental Practices for Fleet Maintenance: Chapter 07: Aqueous Parts Cleaning: Waste Management
Chapter Abstract: This is clip 7 of 14 for this video. Aqueous parts cleaning can generate three types of waste that must be managed correctly, waste solution, used filters, and skimmed oil. This waste can be managed by an outside vendor or in-house to realize greater costs savings. Never dispose of waste solution down the sewer or oil / water separator. This can be a hazardous waste that is contaminated with metals. The waste must be tested, shipped off-site and disposed of accordingly. Used filters may also need to be managed as hazardous waste. Oil collected from oil skimmers should be treated as used motor oil and recycled.
Author: PETE / US EPA DFE / US EPA Region IX P2 Program
Publication Date: 1999
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|Chapter 01: Introduction|
|Chapter 02: Aqueous Parts Cleaning|
|Chapter 03: Aqueous Parts Cleaning: Spray Cabinets|
|Chapter 04: Aqueous Parts Cleaning: Sink-Top Units|
|Chapter 05: Aqueous Parts Cleaning: Ultrasonic Units|
|Chapter 06: Aqueous Parts Cleaning: Immersion Units|
|Chapter 07: Aqueous Parts Cleaning: Waste Management|
|Chapter 08: Aqueous Parts Cleaning: Case Study|
|Chapter 09: Aqueous Brake Washing|
|Chapter 10: Refillable Spray Bottles|
|Chapter 11: Engine Oil Life Extension|
|Chapter 12: Reusable Oil Filters|
|Chapter 13: Floor Cleanup Done Right|
|Chapter 14: Conclusions|
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