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hazardous

(Dangerous), adjective adverse, chancy, dangerous, fraught with danger, full of danger, insalubrious, insecure, noxious, ominous, perilous, precarious, risky, shaky, threatening, toxic, unprotected, unreliable, unsafe, unsound, unsteady
Associated concepts: hazardous materials, hazardous subbtances, hazardous waste

hazardous

(Imprudent), adjective aleatory, chancy, full of risk, menacing, riskful, speculative, threatening, venturous
Associated concepts: aleatory contract
See also: aleatory, dangerous, imprudent, insalubrious, insecure, noxious, precarious, speculative
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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.
Failed to maintain records of its hazardous waste determinations.
Any hazardous materials sent to Sunshine Canyon is moved to other sites.
failing to label drums in storage areas as hazardous waste
The government enacted the Environment Act in 1986; under this legislation, the Hazardous Waste Rules were formulated in 1989.
The changes mean that you may now be producing hazardous waste without you even realising.
The number of serious pollution incidents that involved fly-tipping of hazardous wastes across England and Wales almost doubled between 2001 and 2002, rising from 49 to 90 and involving a range of materials including oil, asbestos and chemicals.
After the fire, which destroyed monitors and components, Kell failed to follow up on hazardous waste determinations, eventually abandoning the property, forcing the owners to pay for the proper disposal of about 112 tons of hazardous waste, the DEQ reports.
The total proposed for hazardous fuel reduction for the Forest Service and BLM is only $475 million, a $33 million increase above FY 2004's $442 million.
The EPA's proposed redefinition of the solid waste rule may finally allow the thermal reclamation of foundry sands without a RCRA Part B (40 CFR Part 270) hazardous waste permit.
When Townsend's team conducted this standard test on seven shredded computer central-processing units (CPUs), none leached enough lead to be deemed hazardous.
Gauthier explains that the chromic acid the company uses is a hazardous chemical.