Hazmat, Inc. is the University, Florida leader in the cost effective collection, disposal and recycling of commercial or industrial amounts of hand sanitizer at the SQG, LQG, or CESQG levels.
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A large portion of the hand-sanitizing liquids in use today are gels that are 60-95% ethyl or isopropyl alcohol–classifying them as Class 3 Flammable Liquids.
Large quantities of hand sanitizers cannot be stored in University office buildings, per OSHA regulations and any quantities greater than 25 gallons must be properly stored in flammable-liquid storage containers.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cited several companies and manufacturers companies for making and selling hand sanitizers that containmethanol or 1-propanol, both of which are toxic to human health and neither were approved for hand-washing by the EPA:
The recalled sanitizers listed here were illegally labeled as containing only ethyl alcohol. If you bought large volumes of any recalled sanitizer listed please get in touch with our University hazardous waste disposal office right away to schedule proper transportation and disposal. Our University hazardous waste team can be reached 24/7 at our toll-free number at (855) 242-9628.
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