I agree with Robert Latsch. At a minimum it is a D001 Ignitable Hazardous Waste. It may also be a listed hazardous waste depending on the solvents that weredaniels.training
Without knowing the chemicals that make up the lacquer thinner, this is probably a D001. It could also be an F003, F004 or F005 as well, I need the specificrobert_latsch
please look at the 49 CFR 172.101 Table for UN 1263 "Paint related material". Vic Ament vcament@... On Apr 23, 2015, at 10:31 AM, pcjr101@...amentvic
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