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  • Posted in: Industrial Hygiene

    Is anyone aware of a good reference or SOP related to design/selection of local exhaust systems for hazardous waste bulking operations? I have some concerns about respiratory hazards for an operation where lab waste will be bulked into 55-gallon drums. ...

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  • Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    Anyone have any experience decommissioning a Vacudyne VacuFume fumigation unit, commonly used for treating incoming materials prior to adding to a library collection.  From what I understand, our unit was installed circa 1974 and originally used ethylene ...

  • That sounds like a worthy project. Sent from my Android ------Original Message------ It's too bad that we don't have 21st-century solution to this...in this day of smartphones and smart-tablets the FD/PD/First Responders should be able to roll ...

  • Here in New Mexico they aren't that strict, and as a one person operation wearing multiple hats, l prefer to not have to spend time I don't have making those determinations. There aren't enough hours in the day. Sent from my Android ------Original ...

  • It's too bad that we don't have 21st-century solution to this...in this day of smartphones and smart-tablets the FD/PD/First Responders should be able to roll up to any campus building and with a few punches to a button get a list of the building's key ...

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  • Ruth, Subpart K does have many things that make it not so incentivizing. You are right that one of the biggest incentives was for SQG's and VSQG's to be able to not bump up in status during a lab cleanout, etc. However, one benefit I see still ...

  • We're an SQG. Sent from my Android ------Original Message------ The incentive for Subpart K is indeed diminished for VSQGs and SQGs under the Generator "Improvements" Rule, but LQGs are actually being forced into Subpart K because of changes to ...

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