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✅ IMDG International Maritime Dangerous Goods Signs

The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code governs the processes by which classified cargo may be transported by sea.

The code provides guidance on emergency response procedures in case of incidents involving dangerous goods during maritime transport.

Also, it emphasizes the importance of training for personnel involved in the transportation, handling, and emergency response related to dangerous goods.

For marking of a package the minimum dimention must be 100x100mm.

For marking of cargo transport unit, the minimum dimention must be 250x250mm.

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It is used to indicate where plastics must be recycled, helping to manage the plastics.

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It is used to indicate where incinerator ashes must be recycled, helping to manage the incinerator ashes.

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It is used to indicate where glasses must be recycled, helping to manage the glasses.

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It is used to indicate where paper products must be recycled, helping to manage the paper products.

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It is used to indicate where medical waste must be recycled, helping to manage the medical waste.

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It is used to indicate where wood waste must be recycled, helping to manage the wood waste.

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It is used to indicate where metal waste must be recycled, helping to manage the metal waste.

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It is used to indicate where e-waste (electronic devices) must be recycled, helping to manage the e-waste.

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It is used to indicate where hazardous waste must be recycled, helping to manage the hazardous waste.

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It is used to indicate where combustible waste must be recycled, helping to manage the combustible waste.

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It is used to signify that waste must not be threw into the toilet.