nonhazardous

nonhazardous

(ˌnɒnˈhæzədəs)
adj
not dangerous; safe
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All the waste, both hazardous and nonhazardous, were dumped together at the current disposal site constructed by the government.
Before USP 800, pharmaceutical compounding was regulated by two standards, USP 795 and USP 797, which provide guidelines for nonsterile preparations and sterile preparations but don't distinguish between hazardous and nonhazardous drugs.
A state official pointed out that the figures do not include nonhazardous materials that still would require careful handling by the company.
The expanded line of H-B Instrument thermometers from Cole-Parmer includes multiple options to suit various applications and preferences, offering a comprehensive selection of nonhazardous glass thermometers.
When Smith and Thompson applied for a new license in January because of a change in ownership, the description of the business was listed as ``pumping and disposing of nonhazardous waste,'' which is not permitted in light-industrial areas, said Brian Ludicke, the city's director of community development.
The facility achieved the honor for turning a nonhazardous waste material, quenched cupola slag, into a resource.
program was among the first senior volunteer programs to utilize volunteers outside, and still remains the leader in allowing the volunteers to provide nonhazardous police services in the field.
Hazardous and Nonhazardous Waste: Demographics of People Living Near Waste Facilities addresses the concern that the burden of waste facilities and environmental pollutants falls more heavily on minorities and poor people who live nearby, causing them to suffer disproportionate health effects.
August Mack provides quality, responsive services to foundries regarding investigation, air emissions, hazardous and nonhazardous waste, industrial hygiene and on and off-site remediation technologies.
The potential alternative uses may include the disposal of nonhazardous waste from offshore oil and gas drilling activities; a hub for receiving deepwater vessels transporting oil and gas production, including compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas; and cavern storage facilities to store natural gas and oil.
Moreover, the environmental lobby continues to raise concerns on industrial nonhazardous waste, toxics-use reduction and recycling of secondary materials.
Nasdaq:SYGR), a full service provider of nonhazardous wastewater residuals management services, announced today that the City and County of Honolulu ("City") has awarded to Synagro and signed a contract to design, build and operate a biosolids digestion, dewatering and heat drying/pelletization facility providing service for Honolulu's largest wastewater treatment plant.