3745-52-208 Removing containers of unwanted material from the laboratory.

(A) Removing containers of unwanted material on a regular schedule. An eligible academic entity must either:

(1) Remove all containers of unwanted material from each laboratory on a regular interval, not to exceed six months; or

(2) Remove containers of unwanted material from each laboratory within six months after each container's accumulation start date.

(B) The eligible academic entity must specify in "Part I" of its "Laboratory Management Plan" whether it will comply with paragraph (A)(1) or (A)(2) of this rule for the regular removal of unwanted material from its laboratories.

(C) The eligible academic entity must specify in "Part II" of its "Laboratory Management Plan" how it will comply with paragraph (A)(1) or (A)(2) of this rule and develop a schedule for regular removals of unwanted material from its laboratories.

(D) Removing containers of unwanted material when volumes are exceeded.

(1) If a laboratory accumulates a total volume of unwanted material (including reactive acutely hazardous unwanted material) in excess of fifty-five gallons before the regularly scheduled removal, the eligible academic entity must ensure that all containers of unwanted material in the laboratory (including reactive acutely hazardous unwanted material) are:

(a) Marked on the label that is associated with the container (or on the label that is affixed or attached to the container, if that is preferred) with the date that fifty-five gallons is exceeded; and

(b) Removed from the laboratory within ten calendar days after the date that fifty-five gallons was exceeded, or at the next regularly scheduled removal, whichever comes first.

(2) If a laboratory accumulates more than one quart of reactive acutely hazardous unwanted material before the regularly scheduled removal, then the eligible academic entity must ensure that all containers of reactive acutely hazardous unwanted material are:

(a) Marked on the label that is associated with the container (or on the label that is affixed or attached to the container, if that is preferred) with the date that one quart is exceeded; and

(b) Removed from the laboratory within ten calendar days after the date that one quart was exceeded, or at the next regularly scheduled removal, whichever comes first.

Effective: 09/05/2010
R.C. 119.032 review dates: Exempt
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3734.12
Rule Amplifies: 3734.12