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172.313

Section §172.313: Poisonous hazardous materials

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View section 172.313 on the ECFR website

Interpretation Responses

Ref ID Date Company Name Individual Name Response Document
23-0066 W.R. Grace & Co - Conn. Mr. Paul Errichetti View
00-0256 Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. Mr. Donald R. Silfies View
07-0019 Hy Yield Bromine Inc. Mr. Byver Daniell View
06-0213 Allied Universal Corporation Ms. Robin J. Eddy Bolte View
05-0043 Allied Universal Corporation Ms. Robin J. Eddy Bolte View
98-0416 Degussa Corporation Mr. John Foglio View
13-0221 3M Center Mr. William Gramer View
06-0224 Rohm and Haas Company Ms. Carrie Wayne View
09-0039 HazMat Resources, Inc. Mr. Danny Shelton View
00-0360 Conway Transportation Services Mr. Robert Petrancosta View
10-0037 MST2 USCG Sector LA-LB, Facilities Branch Christopher H. Smith View