Dimethyl dicarbonate is a liquid with sharp odor. One of the uses of dimethyl dicarbonate is as an antibacterial substance in beverage industry. This can also kill yeast in wine before bottling. As a chemical when transported by sea dimethyl dicarbonate is classified as UN 2927 Class 6.1 (toxic substances) Packing Group II/III.
German company GIZ has submitted a proposal to state government of Madhya Pradesh in India for removal and safe incineration of toxic waste lying at Bhopal. Government of India has set up a committee to study the proposal and feasibility of transporting these highly toxic wastes from the most infamous industrial site in Bhopal. Bhopal … Continue reading
Aerosols use pressurised liquefied gas as propellants to eject the contents, be it shaving foam or deodorant. Propellants can be flammable gas (class 2.1) or non flammable non toxic gas (class 2.2). Toxic gases are prohibited to be used as propellants in aerosol dispensers. Posted from WordPress for Windows Phone