A range owner always retains responsibility for all lead waste and materials derived from their range, this is what is commonly known as: “Cradle to Grave.” When dealing with the potential environmental hazards of lead, the firing range owner or manager must understand how to properly manage their waste. The management of hazardous waste has specific compliance measures to be taken, but, even if your waste is considered non-hazardous for purposes of disposal, it is still important to ensure that this waste is managed appropriately. Firing Range Maintenance and Lead Reclamation is a critical aspect to keeping your gun range in compliance.
This infographic is an easy-to-follow illustration of the options you will encounter regarding your range lead materials and the documentation to focus on. The NSSF posted a full article going into much more detail titled “Lead Containing Material Disposal Considerations for Firearms Ranges“
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