Yes, it has satisfied the parameters set in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) TCLP (Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure – method D2974); the LRT (Liquid Release Test – EPA method 9096); the PFT (Paint Filter Release Test – EPA method 9095); and other more stringent testing required by various States. These tests serve merely to illustrate that when used properly (See “Spill Magic Absorption Ratios” on the Comparison Chart in this circular), Spill Magic will not leach absorbed hazardous or toxic wastes when landfilled. Even when properly absorbed by Spill Magic, all absorbed hazardous or toxic wastes may need to be tested on by case basis to certify landfillability.
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- What is Spill Magic Absorbent Powder?
- Is Spill Magic an absorbent or an adsorbent?
- Spill Magic Fact Sheet on Health & Safety
- Is Spill Magic Absorbent Powder biodegradable?
- How does Spill Magic Absorbent Powder meet Federal Regulations & Standards?
- When is waste considered hazardous or toxic?
- Is Spill Magic Absorbent Powder toxic or hazardous when touched, consumed or inhaled?
- Are there any codes or industrial identification for Spill Magic?
- Is Spill Magic Absorbent Powder flammable? Can it be incinerated?
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