Key Facts About Filters
Many shooting ranges improperly dispose of their used HVAC and dust collection unit filters. Before disposing your filters, keep these facts in mind.
- Every range is responsible for determining that their waste is hazardous. The industry has found that used filters are contaminated with lead and are considered hazardous.
- Knowing their waste is hazardous, they are considered a hazardous waste generator. They must, by EPA (state and federal) law, manifest the waste, and are directly responsible for the appropriate handling, transportation and disposal of waste at a RCRA approved site. There are additional compliance requirements based on how much waste a site generates on a monthly basis.
- A typical range generates approximately 20-40 cubic yards of hazardous waste a year.
- Most range operators think they are disposing of waste properly, but if the hazardous waste disposal company is incorrectly disposing of the waste the responsibility falls on the range.
- According to a NSSF compliance officer, ranges spend $20-30K/year for disposal if they are handling their waste legally.
Approved, Reliable Disposal
Action Target uses approved disposal procedures to help ranges avoid fines from government agencies and have confidence that their filters are being handled appropriately.
- RCRA (Resource Conservation and Conservation Act) approved
- OSHA and EPA compliant
- We will pick up the filters from your range within two weeks of the pickup request.
- We provide documentation that the filters will be properly disposed, protecting you from potential fines.
Quality Replacement Filters
We stock a variety of quality HVAC filters at Shop.ActionTarget.com.
- All our filters have been carefully selected to fit the unique needs of shooting ranges.
- We offer various filter options for small or large HVAC systems.
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Low Cost Disposal
Disposal of contaminated filters can be very expensive. Action Target's method keeps the cost of disposal lower and passes the savings on to you.
- We've negotiated rates to keep the cost of filter disposal lower than doing it yourself.
- You can use your metals credits to cover the cost of filter disposal.
- Save more by having us pick up at least 6 cubic yards of material.