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Objective 3.3: Identify environmental protection measures and procedures and when and how to use them.

  1. Which of the following are legitimate ways of disposing of chemical solvents and cans?

    1. If they are not listed on the MSDS sheets, dispose of them in your normal trash-disposal system.

    2. Open the containers and allow the liquids to evaporate so they can be buried.

    3. If your local code calls for it, dispose of the items in a Subtitle D dump site.

    4. Burn them in an acceptable disposal oven.

  2. _______ are those substances that can pass through a standard paint filter.

    1. Color liquids

    2. Acoustic liquids

    3. Free liquids

    4. Geomantic liquids

  3. What are all hazardous materials required to have that accompany them when they change hands?

    1. Disposal bags

    2. Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

    3. Red flags

    4. Mr. Yuk stickers

  4. Which of the following types of information are contained in MSDSs? (Select two correct answers.)

    1. Physical properties of the listed material

    2. The retail price

    3. Fire and explosion data

    4. Local emergency hotline number

  5. Which of the following is a nonhazardous, solid-waste dump site that can be used for dumping hardware?

    1. Subtitle A

    2. Subtitle B

    3. Subtitle C

    4. Subtitle D

  6. How should you dispose of a toner cartridge?

    1. You should obtain the proper toner material, refill the cartridge, and reuse it.

    2. It should be recycled through the manufacturer.

    3. It should be incinerated.

    4. It should be wrapped in plastic and disposed of in a normal garbage receptacle.

  7. When disposing of a CRT, you should first _______.

    1. pack it in its original container and dispose of it in the normal garbage

    2. discharge the HV anode and dispose of it in the normal garbage pickup

    3. check applicable local ordinances and dispose of it in accordance with local regulations

    4. smash the CRT's glass envelope with a hammer and dispose of it in a Subtitle D dump site

  8. The correct method to use for disposing of batteries is to _______.

    1. recycle them

    2. place them in a designated garbage receptacle

    3. burn them in an incinerator

    4. crush them and have them recycled

  9. If you purchase a spare battery for a new notebook computer, how should you store the second battery?

    1. Store it fully charged in a refrigerator.

    2. Fully charge it and store it at room temperature.

    3. Fully discharge it and store it at room temperature.

    4. Fully discharge it and then store it in the refrigerator.

  10. What is the recommended method for storing computer equipment?

    1. Place it in a nonstatic cardboard box.

    2. Wrap it in aluminum foil.

    3. Place it in an antistatic bag.

    4. Wrap it in protective Styrofoam.

  11. What technique is used to minimize the effects of EMI in a personal computer system?

    1. Line filtering

    2. Grounding

    3. Using protective wrist straps

    4. Adding humidity to the environment

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