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Containment Buildings
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A containment building is a totally enclosed, self-supporting structure with walls, a floor, and a roof that is used to store hazardous waste. It is designed and constructed of man-made materials with sufficient strength to be self-supporting. A containment building is, itself, the waste management unit and is not just a building in which waste piles are stored.
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