2 edition of Health hazards of CRTs. found in the catalog.
A comprehensive bibliography on a critical issue of workplace health and safety with sources for obtaining items and list of terminal suppliers.
|Statement||Ryan Research International|
|Publishers||Ryan Research International|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
|2||Information alert series -- no. 3|
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EPA believes that materials that are not known to be recyclable or not feasibly recyclable in the hands of a particular generator are wastes immediately. Status of enforcement cases are not shared with the public while an active investigation is being conducted. What other requirements apply to CRTs and CRT glass? the product of the recycling process is Health hazards of CRTs. to a legitimate product. Exporters shipping broken or unbroken CRTs to another country for recycling must notify EPA and receive written consent from the receiving country through EPA before shipments can be made.
With this in mind, for wastes that are no longer hazardous, such as treated CRT glass in this particular instance, the decision whether use of treated CRT glass as ADC does or does not constitute recycling is a decision best left up to individual states based on a consideration of specific circumstances.
A person accumulating hazardous secondary materials would have the burden of proving that there is a feasible means of recycling. Scientists have not identified specific health effects resulting from exposure to extremely low doses of low-level radiation over prolonged periods of time. If a shipment cannot be delivered to the recycler listed in the notice for any reason, the exporter must notify EPA of the need to change the destination recycler and obtain consent prior to shipping to a different recycler.
CRTs or CRT glass that are not recycled during the calendar year count towards the total inventory for the purpose of speculative accumulation calculations for the following calendar year. Exports of processed CRT glass to be used as aggregate in concrete are subject to RCRA hazardous waste export regulations and the laws and regulations of the importing country. used, broken CRTs - CRT glass removed from the CRT housing or casing whose vacuum has been released.
In addition, EPA believes that material for which generators could demonstrate that on-going developmental work will lead to recycling at a future date should be considered to be accumulated speculatively. If reuse or repair are not practical options, CRTs can be recycled.
For more information, see EPA's. All TV manufacturers must submit written radiation safety reports to FDA outlining how they assure that each set coming off the assembly line complies with the Federal x-ray radiation limit. The overall effect of the standard is to require that TV receivers must not emit x-radiation above the 0.
However, generators claiming a solid waste exclusion must be able to demonstrate that their CRT glass meets the terms of the exclusion.
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The exporters must keep copies of normal business records demonstrating that each shipment of exported CRTs will be reused.