Click here to dispose of chemical waste, hazardous materials, excess and undesired chemicals, batteries, biological waste, sharps, and radioactive waste Here. This is also the location to request secondary containment, replacement sharps and broken glass containers.
Click here to learn where to store chemical waste, how to fill out a hazardous waste label, what type of containers it should be stored in, segregation of incompatible materials, and accumulation of infectious waste, gas cylinders, batteries, spray cans, contaminated materials, chromatography waste, photographic and X-ray fixer waste.
Click here to learn who can dispose of chemicals down drains, where this may occur, how much is safe, and what safety procedures are involved.
Click here to download a copy of the Chemical Inventory Template. All areas that store chemicals are required to maintain a Chemical Inventory. This template is pre-populated with over 10,000 chemicals that is searchable by CAS # or chemical name. Use this Template in conjunction with the Hazard Warning Signage Request[BROKEN LINK] to request a University approved Hazard Warning Sign for your lab or work space.
Click here to download a copy of the Hazard Warning Signage Request. All areas that have hazards need to have appropriate signage notifying potential entrants of entry requirements, emergency contact information, and an NFPA placard for emergency responders. Use this Request in conjunction with the Chemical Inventory Template to request a University approved Hazard Warning Sign for your lab or work space.