Question of the Week: Mixing Used Oil & Hazardous Waste
- If you have a mixture of used oil and a characteristically hazardous waste and the mixture has a characteristic, then you must manage it as hazardous waste.
- If you have a mixture of used oil and a characteristically hazardous waste and the mixture does not have any characteristics, then you may manage it as used oil.
- If you have a mixture of used oil and an ignitable hazardous waste (a waste that is hazardous solely because it exhibits the ignitibility characteristic) and the resulting mixture is NOT ignitable, then you may manage it as used oil whether or not other characteristics are present in the final mixture.
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