Do you manage a warehouse, laboratory, hospital, school, medical facility, factory, or operation that uses small containers (usually less than 10 gallons each) of chemicals including:
Over time, you will find that bottles, jars, cans and various containers have accumulated that are out-of-date, contaminated, partially used, leaking, or simply no longer needed.
Some chemicals, like picric acid (commonly used in medical and public schools chemistry laboratories) become explosive as they age, and can explode just from the friction of opening the lid. Other chemicals, like solvents such as Acetone, Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Xylene, Ether and Toluene are extremely flammable and create a potential fire hazard while in storage.
Additionally these chemicals may become hazardous wastes after you have used them. Chromic acid-cleaning solutions, used or unused, aerosol cans of paint, cleaners and degreasers may also be classified as hazardous wastes and must be disposed of properly.
Lab decommissioning is one of the most complicated waste disposal operations because it is regulated by several agencies including the Department of Transportation, EPA and Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
SEA’s specialists are familiar with the proper methods of decommissioning laboratories, know the regulations and the chemistry necessary to safely, and efficiently dispose of all hazardous chemicals. SEA’s lab packing services includes:
SEA personnel are 40-hour HAZWOPER and HAZMAT Technician level certified before working on any Environmental or Lab Packing projects. SEA personnel ride themselves on their safety and health record, customer satisfaction, and care for the environment.
In the calendar year 2000-2006, SEA safely and successfully completed over 3500 lab-packing projects for general industry, construction and government agencies.
SEA’s experienced team of lab pack specialists is the reason SEA is the most reliable, respectable and largest lab packing service firm in this region.
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