• Tools & Info for Hazardous Waste Compliance
  • Brittany

    Brittany Massaro leads New Pig’s marketing automation team. She works with marketers to create and disseminate information to help customers comply with regulations, select the appropriate products for their applications, stay safe and protect their environments.

  • John Ferrellsays:
    03/15/2017 at 8:18 pm Reply

    I like that you said that we need to check the container for cracks. If I was dealing with hazardous waste I would want to know that it would all stay in the bin. Maybe I should speak with a professional before I decide to get something to hold it.

    • Brittanysays:
      03/20/2017 at 11:04 am Reply

      Hi John,

      Thanks for your comment. Yes, this is one of the reasons why the EPA requires hazardous waste containers to have secondary containment that is capable of holding 100 percent of the largest containers or 10 percent of the total volume of all containers stored in the area, whichever is greater. This is how you can be sure that everything stays contained.

      Our customer service reps can help you select appropriate secondary containment options to meet your needs. Feel free to give us a call at 1-800-HOT-HOGS or email us at hothogs@newpig.com!


  • Mina Edinburghsays:
    11/06/2018 at 7:53 pm Reply

    Thank you for the advice about checking the 7 most common hazardous waste fine and getting in touch with a professional to know how to avoid it. I will keep this in mind since we will be doing an activity in the near future, and there will surely hazardous waste left behind afterward. We need to know what needs to be done and how to get rid of them properly so that we can avoid problems.

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