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Small capacitors do not contain cooling oil so there is no need to notify anyone when disposing of them.

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Oct 07, 2016


Yes. The concentration assumptions for use at §761.2 apply because PCB Articles in storage for reuse are considered to be in use. http://www.qjpcb.com/ whatsapp:+8618688621379 http://www.qjpcb.com/

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Oct 07, 2016


No. This requirement was included in the proposed rule but, based on comments, was not included in the final rule. http://www.qjpcb.com/ whatsapp:+8618688621379 http://www.qjpcb.com/

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Oct 07, 2016


That depends on the contamination and if possible to decontaminate to a safe standard for reuse and what it can be safe to use for
Google the contaminant and what to do to clean the pipe if possible

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Oct 06, 2016


If you do not know the PCB concentration of a transformer that is in use, apply the concentration assumptions for use in §761.2. If you are required to assume that the transformer contains $500 ppm PCBs, you must register it. http://www.qjpcb.com/ whatsapp:+8618688621379 http://www.qjpcb.com/ Skype : wang.michelle35

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Sep 22, 2016


Yes. However, the wipe sample results may only be used for purposes of disposal (i.e., the drained carcass is not authorized for use). Refer to the following table

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Sep 14, 2016


I don't know the answer to your question Michelle but I just thought you would like to know here in the UK old electronics no longer go into landfill. Most municipalities have waste disposal sites where householders must take their own "special waste" and old electronics are packed into a large container and sent for specialist processing and reclamation.
There is also a law that says retailers must either take old electrical and electronic items from their customers and send them for processing or at least tell the customers where the nearest recycling centre is.

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Aug 26, 2016


depends on the level of PPM PCBs

and questionable equipment used to manufacture fill fluid containing PCBs after any year
at a higher than industry stds .....should be de contaminated or disposed of correctly

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Aug 02, 2016


Determine and report PCB concentrations on a weight-per-weight basis (such as ppm or mg/kg). You may determine and report the PCB concentration of liquids on a weight-per-volume basis (such as mg/L) if you also determine and report the density of the liquid

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Jul 21, 2016


Generally speaking, the density of mineral oil is 3.64 kilograms (8 pounds) per gallon and Askarel is 5.45 kilograms (12 pounds) per gallon.

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Jul 21, 2016


The regulations do not specify criteria for granting extensions. This decision is within the discretion of the EPA Regional Administrator
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XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Jul 21, 2016


Generally speaking, the density of mineral oil is 3.64 kilograms (8 pounds) per gallon and Askarel is 5.45 kilograms (12 pounds) per gallon

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Jul 21, 2016


You are not required to notify EPA prior to using PCBs in research and development under this section. However, processors and distributors of PCBs in small quantities for research and development must report certain information about their activities to EPA http://www.qjpcb.com/ Skype : wang.michelle35

XPLOSIV Pop Cap... | Answered on Jul 15, 2016

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