I am looking at the SDS for a waste material that lists the flash point between 101-140°F, which, per NFPA 497 is a Class II Combustible Liquid. This material is being unloaded into a receiving tank, then pumped from the receiving tank to the process. I'm a bit perplexed on how to handle the area classification around the receiving tank. If it were a flammable liquid, it would be pretty clear to me. But, if it's a combustible liquid and handled below its flash point, is there no hazardous classification? If it's a combustible liquid handled above it's flash point, would the area classification be the same as if it were a flammable liquid? Wondering if anyone has run into this before. Thank you!