There are three kinds of hazardous waste that are common to laboratories, none of which can be disposed of in the municipal waste stream, and all of which require RCRA compliant lab waste disposal.
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This blog entry provides comprehensive information about how to reduce lab-generated levels of hazardous waste through effective identification, segregation, and management.
Clinical and research laboratories often generate liquid wastes that are deemed RCRA hazardous across EPA categories. E.g., a laboratory liquid waste might be a listed or reactive chemical, a biological waste, or a regulated medical waste. This entry is intended as a comprehensive introduction to laboratory liquid waste management.