Presentation on theme: "Making an On-line Waste Pick-up Request using EHSAssistant."— Presentation transcript:
Making an On-line Waste Pick-up Request using EHSAssistant
Making a waste pick-up request All waste pickup requests are now on- line at http://cfo.asu.edu/ehs-environmentalaffairs Additional help is available by calling: (480)965-8554 Questions can be emailed to: EHSAsst@asu.edu
This is the new EH&S Webpage Click here to access the WASTE PICK-UP REQUEST and related items….
Enter an additional contact name and phone number (dont use the ICON)
Your information page is complete. This will become your default information, next time it will Autofill when you enter your ID number
Only add a comment on this page if it always applies Now its time to enter the pick-up details, click here
Choose the type of waste and the physical state (Universal waste is for batteries and light bulbs)
Indicate the amount in the container - this is not the size of the container but the number of units of measure in the container (1-gallon equals 1, and 1/2– gallon would equal.5) Use the drop down and click on unit of measure that best describes your waste
Enter the number of containers of this waste Choose the best description of the container
Enter the location of the waste Enter a comment (optional), this comment applies to this pickup only Enter the Tag Number of the waste bottle (found on the white waste tag)
Now you list the chemicals that make up your waste – this information should already be on your waste tag – if it helps, you can tear off the white copy of the waste tag and use it, we dont need it.
One way to add chemicals is to type in the name of the chemical – like Methanol
Adjust the percentage to reflect how much of this item (methanol) is in the mixture Click on Attach to put it in container