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Approval Date: 2014-07-30

Version: 1.0

1. Identification of the article

Product Name: Kodak Alaris Resin-Coated Papers
Product Use: Photographic paper, for industrial and commercial use only.

2. Company
Supplier: Kodak Alaris, Hemel One, Boundary Way, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 7YU United Kingdom

For emergency Health, Safety & Environmental Information please call 00 44 208 424 4025 (UK)
For further information about this product, call the above number or visit

3. Composition/information on ingredients
Weight (%) Component
65-75 Paper
20-30 Polyethylene
1-5 Photographic gelatine
<1 Silver halides
<1 Miscellaneous additives

4. advice:
General Health andThis
product is not expected to cause and health or safety hazards when used as intended.

Health aspects: These RC Colour Papers are not hazardous to health.

Fire hazards: RC Colour papers exhibit burning rates and hazards similar to other plastic laminated papers of
equivalent thickness. Considerable heating above ambient conditions is required before ignition
and combustion can occur. Products of combustions will depend on the burning conditions and
are likely to include oxides of carbon, nitrogen and sulphur.
Extinguishing media: Use water spray, carbon dioxide (CO2) or dry powder extinguishers.

5. Waste disposal
Waste processed RC colour papers are listed under the European Waste Catalogue (EWC) as 09 01 08 photographic film
and paper free of silver or silver compounds. Unprocessed papers are 09 01 07 photographic film and paper
containing silver or silver compounds. Neither is classified as hazardous and may be recycled along with other
laminated papers where facilities exist. If recycling is not an option these papers can be incinerated with or without
energy recovery. If recovery is not possible they can be disposed of by landfill.

6. Transport and labelling regulations

Not regulated for any mode of transportation.

7. Storage
Keep in a dry cool place

8. Other information
Information contained herein is furnished without warranty of any kind. Users should consider these data only as a
supplement to other information gathered by them. Users must make independent determinations of suitability and
completeness of information from all sources to assure proper use and disposal of these materials and the safety and
health of employees and customers and the protection of the environment.