Generator Information (Group That Collects the Panels)
I hereby certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, the information contained herein is a true, complete, and accurate description of the waste material being offered for disposal and all known or suspected hazards have been disclosed.
All Analytical Results/Material Safety Data Sheets submitted are truthful and complete and are representative of the waste.
I further certify that by utilizing this profile, neither myself nor any other employee of the company will deliver for disposal or attempt to deliver for disposal any waste which is classified as hazardous waste or any other waste material this facility is prohibited from accepting by law. I shall immediately give written notice of any change or condition pertaining to the waste not provided herein. Our company hereby agrees to fully indemnify this disposal facility against any damages resulting from this certification being inaccurate or untrue.
It is the policy of Comstock Metals Corporation to adhere to all waste segregation and packaging components and criteria set forth by all applicable regulatory bodies and the state of Nevada.
Please note that State and Federal regulations applicable to electrification products place the responsibility for proper segregation, documentation, and packaging on the generator and transporter of the materials. Please feel free to contact Comstock Metals for assistance or questions pertaining to the segregation and packaging of your individual waste streams. The following description outlines the types of waste accepted by Comstock Metals and the packaging and labeling requirements necessary to ensure safe and compliant handling and transportation of your medical waste for treatment and disposal.
Packaging & Segregation: All end-of-life electrification products generators must segregate all waste by category prior to shipment. The end-of-life materials must be segregated, identified, and packaged as follows:
Monocrystalline, Polycrystalline, Thin Film, Bifacial, Concentrator (CPV), and Double Glass.
Whole Intact Panels: This waste must be palletized, shrink wrapped or banded, and rendered suitable for forklift deployment. The pallets must meet all D.O.T. standards for transportation.
Damaged Panels: This waste represents a significant safety concern for operators, and it is recommended that chunks or sections of panels, and any sweepings be placed in a Gaylord container or appropriate roll-off container. This also eliminates the possibility of spills. Please note, all D.O.T. standards for transportation must be met. Please note that Comstock Metals does NOT accept for treatment and disposal any RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) classified waste.
All Other Streams May Be Accepted Only with Prior Approval From Comstock Metals
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