|Submission Date||April 27, 2011|
Director of Physical Plant
The University of Mount Union makes every attempt to reduce hazardous, universal, and not-regulated chemical waste through a joint effort by the Physical Plant and the Natural Science Department. Purchase of only needed chemicals for specific laboratory testing are limited and tracked by the institution's chemical hygiene officer. Hazardous chemicals are closely monitored by the Maintenance Supervisor of Physical Plant.
The Chemical Hygiene Office and Physical Plant coordinates a once a year disposal of all hazarous and chemical waste materials. An outside contractor licensed to handle this type of waste is hired to pick up and properly dispose of all materials.
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