|Submission Date||Aug. 23, 2017|
|0.50 / 1.00||
Each time a chemical is ordered, a qualified person shall first review an updated MSDS. The new user must then check available department inventory (and on campus if possible) to ensure that there is not currently a working stock to draw from. Following review of the MSDS, a monitoring and disposal plan must be considered prior to purchase. Any warnings associated with the item must be reviewed prior to use/storage and compared against previous findings.
When a chemical is slated for disposal, a Hazardous Waste Disposal Workorder Form must be submitted to the EHS office for review. A date will be set for disposal pick-up and, upon pick up, a record must be made in Chematix that the item has been disposed of or the record is deleted entirely depending on the lab.
None to Report
Upon receipt of a chemical, the item must be entered into the UNB inventory software, Chematix, as well as having the received date written on the label. A barcode shall be permanently affixed to the container and a location, owner, email and phone number must be assigned to the bottle.
UNB now has three electronic waste recycling bins on the Fredericton campus to make it easy for you to dispose of unwanted personal electronic devices, such as cell phones, batteries, and empty printer cartridges.
When a computer gets replaced at the University of New Brunswick, it doesn’t get thrown in a landfill. One project coordinated by ITS, the Student Union, and Financial services is the Great Computer Giveaway. Laptops that are coming out of service, that were a part of the Student Technology Fee purchases from prior years, are refurbished and offered to students in financial need. The giveaway has provided over 400 computers to students at no cost to them since 2004.
Computers and flat panel monitors go to the Computers for Schools program, where systems are supplied to local schools, libraries and non-profits/charities.
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