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At Lone Star Hazmat Response, we work closely with the federal, state, and even local agencies to help you meet health and safety requirements related to hazardous waste cleanup, treatment, storage, and disposal.
Characteristics of Hazardous Waste:
· Ignitability (easily flammable — for example, solvents)
· Reactivity (capable of rapid chemical reaction — for example, peroxides)
· Corrosivity (highly acidic or alkaline, able to dissolve metals or burn the skin — for example, hydrochloric acid or sodium hydroxide)
· Toxicity (a waste that can release toxic constituents into the environment — for example, lead-based paint)