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Waste profile "old wood"

Wood or wood-based materials treated with inorganic protective agentsArsenic, boron, chromium, copper, mercury or zinc compoundsThe content of toxic substances can be> 1%; Connections are i. d. Usually classified as harmful or acutely toxic as well as hazardous to the aquatic environment; The information in the safety data sheet is decisive for the risk assessment.
The use of mercury chloride is no longer permitted.Wood paints with lead, cadmium, mercury and tinWood paints with Pb, Cd, Hg and Sn are no longer used; they are classified as harmful to health and the aquatic environment.Wood or wood-based materials treated with organic wood preservatives (HSM)z. B. xyligen, permethrin, deltamethrin, dichlofluanid, propiconazole and tebuconazoleThe content of toxic substances can be> 10% in individual cases; Connections are i. d. Usually classified as harmful or acutely toxic as well as hazardous to the aquatic environment; The information in the safety data sheet is decisive for the risk assessment.
Substances containing halogens that are difficult to degrade are no longer permitted, e.g. B. DDT; see also PCP and lindane.PAH in tar oil ("Carbolineum")Tar oil may not be used in the private sector and only to a limited extent in the industrial sector; classified as carcinogenicPolychlorinated biphenyls (PCB)Keep separate from other waste and dispose of as PCB waste in accordance with the PCB Ordinance; PCB is a pollutant with high persistence and is classified as harmful (specifically target organ toxic) and hazardous to the water.Glues and adhesives; Urea resins, and to a lesser extent melamine and phenolic resins and isocyanatesReacted and hardened adhesives are not classified as hazardous substances. Outgassing of formaldehyde is possible.PCP (pentachlorophenol)0.1-0.5% HSM; 200-280 g / m² woodKeep separate from other waste, PCP is classified as carcinogenic, acutely toxic, irritant and hazardous to the aquatic environment. It is also very hazardous to water. Banned since 1989, but must be taken into account when disposing of waste wood.Lindane (γ-hexachlorocyclohexane)0.1-0.5% HSM; 200-280 g / m² woodOften used together with PCP in a ratio of 1:10, it is classified as acutely toxic, hazardous to the aquatic environment and toxic to reproductionDDT (dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane)<4% HSM, <> 100 mg / kg DMused together with lindane or PCP in the wood preservative Hylotox, (minimum intake of Hylotox 59: 43 kg / m3); it is classified as acutely toxic and hazardous to the aquatic environmentOther organic and inorganic pollutantsFlame retardants, e.g. B. borates, ammonium phosphates or salts and esters of phosphoric acids, optionally chlorinated and brominated compoundsMost flame retardants are classified as hazardous or irritant; The information in the safety data sheet is decisive for the risk assessment.PVC and organohalogen compoundsOccurrence in coatings, possibly in color pigments and stabilizers. Danger mainly from improper burning.Biogenic pollutants (molds)Dry rot and other putrefactive agentsPrimarily allergic potential, no health hazard.