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Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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Burlington Board of Health Fluorescent Lamp and Universal Waste Management Policy
Abstract: Description of a decision in Burlington, Massachusetts to adopt an ordinance that requires a written fluorescent lamp management policy of all local businesses.
Source: City of Burlington
Burlington Board of Health Hazardous Building Component Management Plan Policy
Abstract: Burlington, Massachusetts' Board of Health's Hazardous Building Component Management Policy adopted June 1997 and a checklist for cataloging hazardous components.
Source: City of Burlington
Mercury in Buildings [PDF]
Abstract: Program designed for construction and demolition contractors and owners and managers of buildings to increase awareness of mercury in buildings and to provide information on proper management.
Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Region 5 and Purdue University
Modification of the Hazardous Waste Program: Hazardous Waste Lamps
Abstract: Code of Federal Regulations Universal Waste Final Rule which amends original rule to include hazardous waste lamps.
Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
NEWMOA Mercury Education and Reduction Model Legislation
Abstract: NEWMOA developed the model legislation as a framework to assist states to develop more consistent approaches to managing mercury-containing wastes.
Source: Northeast Waste Management Officials' Association (NEWMOA)
Ohio Mercury Recyclers
Abstract: List of mercury recyclers maintained by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
Source: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention
Promoting a Healthier Environment: Reducing Mercury Use in Health Care [PDF]
Abstract: The purpose of this manual is to help hospitals start mercury pollution prevention programs or accelerate programs that have already begun.
Source: Monroe County Department of Health
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