Hazardous and Toxic Waste Management Industry.docx - 1.1 Hazardous and Toxic Waste Management Industry 1.1.1 Industrial Concept Various types of

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1.1. Hazardous and Toxic Waste Management Industry 1.1.1. Industrial Concept Various types of hazardous and toxic waste discharged directly into the environment are the source of pollution and environmental damage. The problem grew much worse with the advent of the Industrial Revolution. To avoid the impacts caused by hazardous and toxic waste, an integrated and continuous management system is needed. The identification of hazardous and toxic waste is classified into two categories: Source Characteristics Sources of hazardous and toxic waste according to Government Regulation Number 5 of 1999: 1) Unspecified Source 2) Specific Sources 3) Expired chemicals; spill; the remaining packaging; product discharges that do not meet specifications Characteristics of hazardous and toxic waste based on the International Classification (UN-regulation): 1) Class 1 Explosives: Fireworks, Gelignite 2) Class 2 Flammable / Inflammable / Toxic gases: Acetylene, LPG; Air, Argon; Chlorine, ammonia 3)
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