New Mandatory Marine Pollutant Classification For 2010

CHICAGO--(January 18, 2010)--Labelmaster currently carries the revised Marine Pollutant marking and has on-staff experts for any questions regarding the new classification regulations. As of January 1, 2010, the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG) requirements for the Marine Pollutants and Marine Pollutant markings will be mandatory for all applicable shipments. The DOT requirements for the use of the new marking were in effect as of January 14, 2010.

The required Marine Pollutant marking, also known as the "Environmentally Hazardous Substance" marking, was designed to help shippers and transporters easily identify any liquid or solid materials, including its mixtures and solutions that are classified as marine pollutants.

The new Marine Pollutant markings are in stock and available in paper or vinyl materials.

To learn more about or purchase the environmentally hazardous substance markings that comply with the new revision or the new classification requirements, call Labelmaster's regulatory experts at 773-279-2321 or visit http://www.labelmaster.com/shop/placards/markings/environmentally-hazardous-substance-markings.

Labelmaster, established in 1967, is a developer, manufacturer, distributor, and marketer of hazardous materials compliance products, including labels, forms, packaging, software, and publications. The company's 40-plus years of experience in providing regulatory information and products for all transportation modes makes it especially qualified as a total compliance resource. For additional information, please visit www.labelmaster.com.

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