Empty boxes and paper and fiber packing materials that previously contained high explosives must not be used again for any purpose, but must be destroyed by burning at an approved isolated location out of doors. A person shall not be nearer than 100 feet after burning has started.
Containers of explosives must not be left opened in a magazine or within 50 feet of a magazine. In opening kegs or wooden cases, sparking metal tools must not be used; wooden wedges and either wood, fiber, or rubber mallets must be used. Nonsparking metallic slitters may be used for opening fiberboard cases.
Explosives or blasting equipment that is obviously deteriorated or damaged must not be used.
Explosives must not be abandoned.
July 26, 2007
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