The S/P 2 exam says that paint is considered hazardous.
Some paint can be hazardous, but some is not. Paint that contains lead or other toxic pigments may be hazardous. Paint containing flammable solvents can be a fire or explosion hazard when in the can or when being applied.
actually you can, but the paint must first be removedliquid paint is typically hazardous waste, because of the solvents
No, it isn't.
Oil based paint isn't waste, so no, you would not need a hazardous waste manifest to transport it.
Maintain inventory list and MSDS, Prevent Spills, DO NOT STOCK PILE, DISCARD EMPTY CONTAINERS
the painting comes fifst because you could spil paint on it .
YES! That is why "good" shops use breather masks.
read the label
The National Fire Protection Association and The National Paint and Coating Associations Hazardous Material Identification System use red for flammability
If at all, it must have been very rarely.
It's never safe to dispose of paint at home. Take it to, or call your local hardware store, and they'll assist you in disposing of such hazardous material.
There is a rectangle under the basket on the court. That area is considered the paint, and obviously any points scored in that area would be considered 'points in the paint.'