What is Segregation of Dangerous goods as per IMDG code?

Segregation is the process of separating two or more substances or articles which are considered mutually incompatible when their packing or stowage together may result in undue hazards in case of leakage or spillage, or any other accident. However, as the extent of the hazard arising may vary, the segregation arrangements required may also vary as appropriate. Segregation is obtained by maintaining certain distances between incompatible dangerous goods or by requiring the presence of one or more steel bulkheads or decks between them, or a combination thereof.
Intervening spaces between such dangerous goods may be filled with other cargo compatible with the dangerous substances or articles in question.

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