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#1 Posted : 18 July 2000 10:48:00(UTC)
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Posted By Lee Daniels
We are considering the supply of our products as bulk liquids above their melting points for some customers. This will make them dangerous for transport by road tanker as a Class 9 "Elevated Temperature Liquid".
Does anyone know where I can get guidance on the information which should be included in the required Tremcard and where could I get these Tremcards translated into a number of European languages.

Thank you in anticipation of your help.
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#2 Posted : 25 July 2000 17:36:00(UTC)
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Posted By Neil Budworth
Dear Lee

Try the National Chemical Emergency Centre at Harwell. They sell books of Tremcards and Software.

Tel 01235 463060

Best Regards

Neil
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#3 Posted : 27 July 2000 18:32:00(UTC)
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Posted By Kevin
Lee, Just for information and in case you need to know, a dangerous goods advisor(DGSA) must be appointed if your Company is carrying, supplying, loading or unloading dangerous goods as its main activity. It is his/her responsibility to ensure you are complying with the various legislation with regard to dangerous goods. Chemfreight DGT at Runcorn, Cheshire, may advise on the requirements. hope this helps
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