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Lab Safety Man: Three rules regarding chemical waste in the laboratory
The lab technologist approached the lab safety officer (LSO) to ask what should be done with a collection of liquid wastes that were collected from the chemistry analyzers. The LSO had worked with multiple labs for years helping to determine how to dispose of their liquid chemical waste according to the regulations. He thought he was well aware of the hazardous chemical wastes coming from the labs, but he had no idea this chemistry analyzer waste existed. So, he dug a bit deeper.
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