A lab pack is a process of managing hazardous and non-hazardous materials (including laboratory or medical chemicals and samples, cleaning supplies and maintenance supplies) of five gallons or less for transportation and disposal.
Here’s a quick look at the process:
Filled containers of chemical wastes should be stored no longer than 180 days before requesting a waste pickup. In addition, no more than 50 gallons of chemical waste may be stored in a laboratory at any one time. Because of this, and our expertise on handling this waste, we can handle any amount of chemical waste as needed.
We don’t just dispose of your waste, we get to know you and your company so we can recommend the safest and most economical method of proper disposal for you. IDR also has some of the most competitive labor rates in the industry.
This pharmaceutical drug manufacturer opened a new plant in Southern California. Unfortunately they implemented their own states hazardous waste rules and regulations which did not meet California stricter standards. It was only a matter of time before the DTSC shut them down.