I understand that many standards required empty drums of hazardous chemicals to be triple rinse along with other requirements before being transported. However, what about if your are just storing empty drums. Do these drums need to meet a certain standard? do they need to be triple rinsed, labels removed, marked empty? These empty 55 gallon drums contained various chemicals from acetone,DCM, IPA to name a few.
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