MINNETONKA, MN, August 17, 2010 (Press-News.org) Universal waste containers that could be transported by common carrier were first introduced in 1998. The first containers were primarily used to ship fluorescent lighting. Initially, these containers were simple corrugated boxes, with some including a plastic bag inside the box. Since the contents were made of glass, they were designed primarily to contain the contents within the shipping container. However, since mercury begins to vaporize at 70 degrees F, packaging improvements were needed to address the issue of potential mercury vapor release in the event of breakage during accumulation and transport. Read more about packaging designed to contain mercury vapor on our "Layers of protection: packaging used fluorescent lamps" post: http://vaporlok.blogspot.com/2010/05/layers-of-protection-packaging-used.html.
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History of Universal Waste Containers and the Development of Packages Designed to Contain Mercury Vapor
Packaging designs have undergone many developments since the first simple corrugated boxes.
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Packaging designs have undergone many developments since the first simple corrugated boxes.