When you're trying to run a green warehouse, forklift battery wastewater can be a challenge. Find out how to handle this common type of hazardous waste without damaging the environment or running afoul of the EPA.
Learn how to dispose of wastewater generated by forklift battery washing, and find out what equipment you'll need to comply with EPA regulations.
Washing your forklift batteries is a simple maintenance task, but like so many warehouse operations, this activity is subject to serious legal regulations.
BHS details the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure, and how to treat hazardous wastewater with the BHS Wastewater Recycling System.
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act has a lot to say about how you deal with your forklift battery wastewater. Here are the basics.
Forklift battery wash water becomes a whole new legal entity: hazardous waste. Here are 5 things fleet managers should know about the Cradle-to-Grave law.
Runoff from washing forklift batteries must be kept out of the water supply. Safe wastewater disposal is not just environmentally responsible; it’s the law.
To implement green battery washing practices, you need appropriate equipment and an understanding of the ecological dangers of poor wash techniques.