Hazardous waste is waste that poses substantial or potential threats to public health or the environment. Household hazardous waste [HHW] includes household chemicals and other substances for which the owner no longer has a use, such as consumer products sold for home care, personal care, automotive care, pest control and other purposes. Examples include drain cleaners, oil paint, motor oil, antifreeze, fuel, poisons, pesticides, herbicides and rodenticides, lamp ballasts, and some types of cleaning chemicals. It is important for students to learn and explore more about the hazardous waste [Toxic waste] which they come across in their daily life and learn safe handling techniques as and when they encounter such waste
To help students understand the impact of hazardous substances on human health and the environment.
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