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Removing Hazards In California
I don't remove hazards because I'm not a licensed transporter but I'm finding it harder and harder to get out of doing it with all the thread AMS gives me. They say if I don't remove them then they will deactivate me.
I feel like It is hard to find the correct info on whether or not we can remove even small amounts legally according to California laws.
Ams want to pay only $4 to remove a gallon of hazards and chemical removals companies charge $10 a gallon to remove so I'm not seeing the logic in that. And the last time I was at my local household hazardous waste facility taking stuff from my own house I asked how much it is to drop off for a business it is $5 a gallon to remove.
Can someone help me in showing me where this action is illegal and what I can do to safeguard myself?