World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
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Abstract

ORGANIC CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN CHEMISTRY LABORATORY BY EFFECTIVE DISPOSAL FOR BETTER ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY

Ragini A. Amarnani*, Pradnya Gondane and Dr. Abhay M. Ittadwar

ABSTRACT

Chemicals are an Important source for manufacturing different products. It is an important contributor to the GDP and employment. A chemical waste is any material left off after manufacturing of any product in laboratories or industries and if not disposed properly may cause harm to the human health and environment . Some toxins such as arsenic, lead, mercury remains in environment for many years and accumulates. Humans and animals absorb these harmfull chemicals into the body after they eat fish or other prey . The different types of chemical waste includes acid and bases , volatile chemicals and heavy metals . The characteristics of these waste are ignitable , corrosive and can cause toxic infections . Therefore these waste need to treated effectively before disposal into sewage . Treatment of these waste includes salt formation, neutralization of acid and base , collection in different containers , recycling and evaporation. So by this method the chemicals can be reused and can save the environment by proper disposal. If we use harmless chemicals, there is no need for additional treatment for disposal and can lower the cost. The below study depicts the types and different treatments of organic chemical waste in detail.

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