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Biological Testing Methods for the Designation of Dangerous Waste

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
80-12January 1980June 2009
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Author(s) Stone, Alex
Description Method 80-12 provides a simple, low cost method for testing the toxicity of a waste against the requirements of WAC 173-303.
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Keywords toxicity, testing, dangerous waste
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