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    It's probably hazardous waste. If it's 60% ethanol like it's supposed to be, 60% methanol, or anywhere in between, it's quite flammable. Wes Younger, CM Managing Consultant ...

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    I recently read an article form Resource Recycling magazine(July 2020 edition, page 11) stating five big brands averaged 8% recycled content.  Those big brands are Keurig, Dr. Pepper, McDonalds, Proctor ...

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    We have not had any calls yet, but would solidify it and landfill after properly characterizing it to assure it is non- hazardous. Alan Davis , Vice President of Post Collections ...

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    In Maryland, we told an inquiry from a County the following: For the recalled methanol-based material, it's probably a safe bet that it meets the definition of ignitability. The generator could either ...

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    Hi,  I have been on the municipal side of the Solid Waste industry for 17 years.  I have worn many hats during this time, with the last 3.5 years being ...

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    Just read a very nice article on SWANA ordering and distributing masks to area SW/Recycling organizations to keep them safe. Many states are now issuing ...

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