Preventing Pollution at Your Auto Repair Facilities - Part 02, Aqueous Brake Washers: Chapter 02: Review
Chapter Abstract: Part 2 of 6 for this series, clip 2 of 2 for this part. The wash water of aqueous brake washers is pressurized. Compressed air can be used to dry brake assemblies after washing. Spent filters should be handled as hazardous or non-hazardous waste based upon test results. Add replacement solution to maintain strength and counteract evaporation. Keep all aerosols away for aqueous brake washers.
Author: California Department of Toxic Substances Control - Office of Pollution Prevention
Publication Date: 2003
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