A couple of weeks back we did a post on the RCRA 8 Metals which people really seemed to enjoy. This week we are going to take it a step further with the infographic below! This infographic covers the basics of the RCRA 8’s (including their designated degrees of concentration). Additionally, the size of this infographic is perfect for printing at 12″x36″ size! Just click the image below to download!
Quoted and cited information (unless otherwise noted) for this blog post was gathered from the eHow article, A List of RCRA Metals and the Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry. As always, this blog post is not intended to be comprehensive and it is always best to check with the EPA and local government for full, up-to-date, rules and regulations.
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