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Road Transport of Dangerous Goods Packed in LQ

  •   6 Jan 2020
  •    Nora Wang
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    • This article will navigate you through technical requirements concerning the road transport of dangerous goods packed in LQ.

    The transport of dangerous goods with low hazards and in small quantities, such as aerosols and disinfectants, has always been a topic of heated discussion in the industry. If such goods can be transported using reliable and durable packages or following certain conditions, they will pose much fewer dangers.

    A highlight in the Measures for Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods (ChemLinked Translation) is the introduction of the small-quantity exemption system. According to the Measures, dangerous goods can be transported as general goods if the gross mass (packaging included) of dangerous goods packed in limited quantities (LQ) carried does not exceed 8 tonnes per transport unit. Then how to determine whether or not your goods can be granted with LQ exemption?

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