ethylene glycol disposal

5 PRODUCTION IMPORT/EXPORT USE AND DISPOSAL

ETHYLENE GLYCOL 179 5 PRODUCTION IMPORT/EXPORT USE AND DISPOSAL 5 1 PRODUCTION Commercial production of ethylene glycol in the United States began in 1925 (McClelland and Rector 1951 Miller 1966) The reported U S production volume was 2 189 million pounds (993 metric tons) during that year (McClelland and Rector 1951)

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Page 1 of 11 MSDS t Ethylene Glycol Mono ethyl Ether Acetate MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET - Ethylene Glycol Mono ethyl Ether Acetate 1 Identification Product Name Ethylene Glycol Mono ethyl Ether Acetate No : E181-4 Synonyms Oxitol acetate 2-Ethoxyethyl acetate Cellosolve acetate

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1 0 Fire 1 Re activity 0 He alth 1 Pe rs onal Prote ction

on disposal Finish cleaning by spreading water on the contaminated surface and allow to evacuate through the sanitary system Be careful that the product is not present at a concentration level above TLV Check TLV on the MSDS and with local Ethylene glycol Louisiana spill reporting: Ethylene glycol TSCA 8(b) inventory: Ethylene glycol

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

disposal of ethylene glycol and unused antifreeze If you have additional questions please contact Gail Cooper of my staff at (703) 308-8799 Sincerely yours David Bussard Director Hazardous Waste Identification Division cc: Elizabeth Cotsworth OSW Maria Doa OPPTS

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Ethylene Glycol MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET CAS No 107

Product name : Ethylene Glycol CAS-No : 107-21-1 1 2 Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against Identified uses : Laboratory chemicals Industrial for professional use only 1 3 Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet Company : Central Drug House (P) Ltd 7/28 Vardaan House New Delhi-10002

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS) Mono Ethylene Glycol

General Information : Mono ethylene glycol is not classified as flammable but will burn Extinguishing Media : For small fire use dry chemical powder Carbon dioxide Alcohol resistant foam Water fog sand For large fire use alcohol resistant foam or water fog Auto ignition Temperature : 413 0 deg C)

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

disposal of ethylene glycol and unused antifreeze If you have additional questions please contact Gail Cooper of my staff at (703) 308-8799 Sincerely yours David Bussard Director Hazardous Waste Identification Division cc: Elizabeth Cotsworth OSW Maria Doa OPPTS

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Ethylene glycol

Ethylene glycol (IUPAC name: ethane-1 2-diol) is an organic compound with the formula (CH 2 OH) 2 It is mainly used for two purposes as a raw material in the manufacture of polyester fibers and for antifreeze formulations It is an odorless colorless sweet-tasting viscous liquid

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Waste Antifreeze

Disposing of waste antifreeze Whether or not your waste antifreeze is hazardous you may not place it in the solid waste in a stormwater drain in a subsurface sewage treatment (septic) system mix it with used oil or let it drain to the ground The MPCA strongly recommends recycling waste antifreeze

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Management of used antifreeze

Used Antifreeze reviewed/revised August 2002 Antifreeze is used as an engine coolant and contains ethylene glycol or propylene glycol Ethylene glycol is very toxic and is attractive to animals and small children due to its sweet taste Propylene glycol is significantly less toxic and has an acrid taste Both of these products have a lime green

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Safety Data Sheet (ETHYLENE GLYCOL INHIBITED)

Safety Data Sheet (ETHYLENE GLYCOL INHIBITED) PAGE 2 of 10 P501: Dispose of contents/container: Treatment storage transportation and disposal must be in accordance with Federal State/Provincial and Local Regulations Regulations may vary in different locations

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Ethylene glycol anhydrous 99 8%

Ethylene glycol may be used in the preparation of spiroborate esters by reacting with chiral 1 2-aminoalcohols in the presence of triisopropyl borate It may also be used as a solvent in the preparation of tris(2 2′-bipyrazyl)ruthe nium(II) chloride by the reaction of 2 2′-bipyrazine with ruthenium(III) chloride

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Material Information

Proper Disposal: Antifreeze that is not recycled must be disposed of as a hazardous waste Recycle: • Recycle antifreeze on site with your own recycling equipment • Recycle antifreeze with a vendor (see the vendor list below) • Always separate ethylene glycol antifreeze from propylene glycol antifreeze for successful recycling

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Disposal of Ethylene Oxide

VIG -Gas-Wet-Washing-Process serves for disposal of residual ethylene oxide which is left over by various applications Disposal takes place in a closed system isolated from environment Having done its job in application process residual ethylene oxide is looped in the closed cycle of VIG -Gas-Wet-Washing-Process until it is totally converted into ethylene glycol

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Federal Register :: Ethylene Glycol Ethers Significant

Further ethylene glycol ethers cause adverse effects in addition to reproductive and developmental toxicity Data for other toxic effects of ethylene glycol ethers with terminal alkyl groups of one to four carbons do not indicate a trend toward decreasing toxicity with increasing alkyl chain length (Ref 4)

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What Is Ethylene Glycol Antifreeze? (with pictures)

6-5-2020Ethylene glycol antifreeze is the most common antifreeze used in automotive applications worldwide Consisting of a mixture of ethylene glycol and water the ethylene glycol antifreeze not only resists freezing it also resists overheating when used in warm climates The ethylene glycol cannot be used on its own due to the inability of cooling without water present

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Ethylene Glycol (Final Content)

Ethylene glycol was included on the Priority Substances List (PSL) under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) to assess the potential environmental and human health risks posed by exposure to ethylene glycol in consumer products and the environment In December 2000 the Priority Substances List (PSL) assessment of ethylene glycol was formally suspended due to limitations in

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Propylene glycol

Propylene glycol (IUPAC name: propane-1 2-diol) according to the National Library of Medicine and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry is a synthetic liquid substance that absorbs water It is labeled an organic compound in chemistry due to its carbon attributes Its chemical formula is CH 3 CH(OH)CH 2 OH It is a viscous colorless liquid which is nearly odorless but possesses

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Safety Data Sheet (ETHYLENE GLYCOL 50% SOLUTION)

Safety Data Sheet (ETHYLENE GLYCOL 50% SOLUTION) PAGE 2 of 10 P501: Dispose of contents/container: Treatment storage transportation and disposal must be in accordance with Federal State/Provincial and Local Regulations Regulations may vary in different locations

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