What is the proper approach to classify a storage container that could be filled with any handful of miscellaneous materials?
We have a project and can't seem to get a straight answer from anyone, including the local plan reviewer.
These are basically 8-foot tall steel shipping containers that are pod-type portable storage units, where people can load their belongings into them and these pods get collected inside this warehouse until the original owners need them.
The existing warehouse building has a CMDA system, designed at 0.38 gpm over 2,000 sqft.
Has anyone here had experience going about classifying these shielded hazards with non-defined storage inside?
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