RCRA-Listed Hazardous Chemicals
Many facilities are unaware that they can be inspected and cited for not having programs in place to properly manage their hazardous chemicals and other hazardous materials.
These include RCRA-Listed Hazardous Chemicals that are:
MERI has a track record of developing compliant programs for large, small and very small quantity generators that focus on proper waste determinations, storage, transport and treatment of the hazardous materials.
Some of the most common hazardous chemicals and materials that MERI collects include:
- Lead Aprons
- Hazardous Pharmaceuticals
- Bulk Chemotherapy Waste
- Dental Developer and Fixer
- Corrosives and Chemicals from laboratories and power plants
MERI often works with facilities to transfer hazardous materials into larger transport containers in order to minimize shipping and disposal costs.
MERI can collect and dispose of non-RCRA chemicals, including many cleaning solutions.
We also work with many facilities to determine the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to dispose of pharmaceuticals and chemicals.