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dangerous goods

Articles or substances that could pose a significant risk to health, safety, or property when transported by air.
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GisChem supports the member companies in the field of hazardous materials management (including information on hazardous substances and hazardous substances, preparation of operating instructions and lists of hazardous substances, classification and labeling of own mixtures based on the GHS rules).
49 'The environmental quality standards for hazardous substances in surface water, including priority substances and priority hazardous substances and certain other pollutants, methods of application of environmental quality standards for priority substances and priority hazardous substances in surface water and biota'.
Until recently, most companies would not have understood "disposal" to apply to their emissions of hazardous substances into the air.
NZNO HAS reiterated its call for cytotoxic medicines to be identified as hazardous substances and covered under the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms (HSN0) Regulations.
In accordance with this law, every year on March 1, facilities that store or use potentially hazardous substances throughout New York City's five boroughs are required to file reports with the City's Department of Environmental Protection documenting hazardous substances on their property.
EPA cleanup activities will include the removal and proper disposal or recycling of hazardous substances in deteriorating containers at the condemned former process building.
The Planning (Hazardous Substances) Act 1990 The Planning (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 1992 (Regulation 6) Notice of Application for Hazardous Substances Consent I give notice that Vertellus Specialties UK Ltd is applying to the Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council for hazardous substances consent to increase the maximum quantity of Sulphur Trioxide from 20MT to 35MT.
People who deal with hazardous substances in the workplace can complete the training and certification they require online--saving businesses time and money in getting their employees up to speed.
The extended EU Directive 2011/65/EC (RoHS II) became valid at the beginning of the year, therefore tightened the permissible limits for hazardous substances in more and more areas.
Louis Development Corporation (SLDC) has been selected to receive $400,000 in EPA Brownfields funding to assess and conduct cleanup planning for hazardous substances and petroleum in the St.
Illinois lawmakers amended section 7 of the Freedom of Information Act to exempt certain data elements from the Illinois Health and Hazardous Substances Registry from public inspection and dissemination.

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