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  1. Aquajetexteriorcleaning

    Aquajetexteriorcleaning Active Member
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    Renewed my insurance and they ask about chemicals, i told them about hypo then they ask do i have to show a hazardous sticker on my van, i said no is that right?
     
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  2. jonjetting

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    I worked with fuel years ago, with hazardous chemicals its over a certain amount and you have to have ADR and been signed up etc. Fairly certain hypo is hazardous but I'm not 100% it was years ago I did it all lol
     
  3. daveyboy

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    25l or below of hypo i know for a fact doesn't come under the scope of adr but i don't know how much does
    Also once diluted below a certain percentage it doesn't either as it is no longer considered as a corrosive hazard
    It comes under class 8 but i only had 6.1 and 6.2 on my licence
     
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