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Explain why is sodium nitrite is kept separate in the waste stream.

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Explain why is sodium nitrite is kept separate in the waste stream.

Waste Stream Management:

The waste stream is the total flow of waste from its home or industrial source to recovery, recycling, or endmost disposal. The waste management system is categorized into reducing, second is reusing, and third is recycling.

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Ignitable wastes are flammable gases, oxidizers, and liquid or non-liquid wastes with a flash point of fewer than 60 degrees. It causes a sudden break...

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Chemical Safety: Preparation, Use, Storage, and Disposal
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Various kinds of chemicals often have related hazards and must be handled safely. This lesson will discuss the safe preparation, storage, use and disposal of several types of common laboratory and field chemicals.


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