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Dangerous Waste Guidance for Gas Stations

Publication number Date Published
14-04-011April 2014
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Author(s) Gutschmidt, Jeffrey
Description If not managed properly, dangerous wastes from gas stations, such as used oil, leaking or spilled gasoline, or wastewater from car washes can damage the environment and put employees, your property, and the community at risk.
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Keywords dangerous waste management, underground storage tank, stormwater, gasoline, emergency action plan