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IGNITABILITY

A characteristic exhibited by a solid waste (excluding some alcohol solutions) that is a liquid
which has a flash point less than 60°C (140°F) when standard tests are used, or one which is not a
liquid but is a fire hazard when exposed to friction, moisture, or through spontaneous chemical
changes. Also a compressed gas considered ignitable under Department of Transportation
regulations, as determined by standard tests.


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