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Shortcuts  to OSW Web Pages
OSW Home Page:
www.epa.gov/osw
www.cpa.gov/solidwaste

RCRA Online (database of selected OSW
correspondence):
www.epa.gov/rcraonline/

Municipal Solid Waste:
www.cpa.gov/garbage
www.epa.gov/msw

      Climate Change and Waste:
      www.epa.gov/mswclimate/

      Composting:
      www.epa.gov/compost/

      Comprehensive Procurement
      Guidelines:
      www.epa.gov/cpg

      Extended Product Responsibility:
      www.epa.gov/epr/

      Full Cost Accounting:
      www.cpa.gov/fullcost

      Jobs Through Recycling Program:
      www.epa.gov/jtr

      Municipal Solid Waste in Indian
      Country:
      www.cpa.gov/tiibalmsw

      Pay-As-You-Throw:
      www.cpa.gov/payt

      Recycling Measurement:
      www.epa.gov/recycle.measure/

      WasteWise Program:
      www.epa.gov/wastewise
Industrial Waste Management:
www.cpa.gov/industrialwaste/

Corrective Action for Hazardous Waste
Professionals:
www.epa.gov/mrrectiveaction/

Hazardous Waste Minimization:
www.epa.gov/minimize
www.epa.gov/wastemin

OSW Test Methods:
www.cpa.gov/sw-846
www.epa.gov/SW-846
www.cpa.gov/testrnethods

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Catalog of Hazardous and
 Solid Waste Publications
     Sixteenth  Edition
    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response (5305W)
       1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
         Washington, DC 20460

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 Table of  Contents
How to Use This Catalog	v

Section 1
Additional EPA Sources of Hazardous and Solid Waste Information	1

Section 2
Alphabetical Listing of Titles	5

Section 3
Alphabetical Listing of Subjects	209

Section 4
Numerical Listing of Publications	325
     OSW	327
     NTIS	376
     GPO	409

Section 5
Ordering Information and Forms 	411
     OSW	413
     NTIS	419
     GPO 	425

Abbreviations and Acronyms	inside back cover
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How  To   Use  this  Catalog
What Information Does This Catalog
Contain?	

This catalog lists hazardous and solid waste documents
released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's
(EPA's) Office of Solid Waste (OSW). It is a select list of
publications that are frequently requested and is not a
comprehensive list of all documents available. This cata-
log does not list documents originating in other EPA
offices. For information on accessing additional publica-
tions on hazardous and solid waste, see the "Other EPA
Resources" section.


What Is New  in this Edition of the
Catalog?	

This edition of the catalog contains newly released publi-
cations and is current through July 15, 2003. These new
titles appear in bold.


How Can I Find Specific Information in
the Catalog?	

There are a number of ways to find a particular docu-
ment or research a subject area through this catalog. The
following examples should help you get started:

• If you have a document title, use the Alphabetical
 Listing of Titles. There you will find the order number
 as well as information on what organization provides
 the publication. Ordering instructions can be found in
 the Ordering Information section.

• If you have a document number, use the Numerical
 Listing of Publications to find the title. The section is
 divided into three different lists for documents distrib-
 uted by OSW, the National Technical Information
 Service (NTIS), or the U.S. Government Printing Office
 (GPO).

• If the document you're looking for is not included in
 the catalog, contact the OSWER Docket Team for more
 information.
How Do I Order a Document?	

Documents listed in this catalog can be ordered from one
of three sources: OSW, NTIS, or GPO. You must use the
appropriate order number for each document as speci-
fied in the Alphabetical Listing of Titles. Ordering infor-
mation can be found under the Ordering Information
section. In some cases, government agencies can receive
documents free of charge.

Documents marked with an asterisk are available on the
Internet, and not in paper format at this time. However,
if you do not have access to the Internet, either at home,
at work, or through your school or public library, please
contact the OSWER Docket Team. Staff will print out one
paper copy and mail it to you.


Can I Access OSW Documents  on the
Internet?	

OSW has placed a wide variety of information about
hazardous and nonhazardous waste on the Internet and
on Bulletin Board Systems (BBSs) for access and retrieval
by the public. The information  posted includes consumer
information, supporting materials for rulemakings, poli-
cy and guidance documents, and data files from EPA's
hazardous waste databases.

Access OSW materials on the EPA Public Access Server
at .

Federal Register notices relating  to the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and dating back
to October 1994 are available on the EPA Public Access
Server at .

In addition, EPA maintains several free electronic mailing
lists (list servers). Subscribers receive electronically
mailed copies of documents as  they are published. Some
OSW-related mailing lists are EPA-WASTE (hazardous
and solid waste Federal Registers), REUSABLE-NEWS
(Reusable News) HOTLINE_OSWER (RCRA/UST,
Superfund and EPCRA Monthly Hotline Report and
updates), and EPA-PRESS  (Environmental Protection
Agency press releases).

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       How To  Use  this Catalog
Where Can I  Find Regulatory
Information?            	

The EPA Dockets (EDOCKET) is an electronic public
docket and on-line comment system designed to expand
access to documents in EPA's major dockets. Dockets
contain Federal Register notices, support documents, and
public comments for regulations the Agency publishes
and various non-regulatory activities. EDOCKET
 allows you to search, down-
load and print the documents in a docket, as well as sub-
mit comments online.


Where Can •  Go for  More Information?

If you need additional assistance, call, write, or visit the
EPA Docket Center.

For telephone requests, call the RCR A/Sup erf und Call
Center:
800 424-9346
800 553-7672—TDD (for hearing impaired),
703 412-9810—in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area
703 412-3323—TDD (for hearing impaired, in the
Washington, DC, metropolitan area)

Hours:
You can call the RCRA Call Center Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m. to  5 p.m., Eastern time.

For written requests:
EPA Docket Center
OSWER Docket Team (5305T)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20460-0002
E-mail: RCRA-docket@epa.gov

For visits, see the OSWER Docket staff at:
1301 Constitution Avenue, Room B-102
Washington, DC

Hours:
The EPA Docket  Center is open to the public from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Eastern time, Monday through Friday, except
for federal holidays.
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Section 1
Additional EPA Sources of Hazardous
and Solid Waste Information

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           Additional  Sources  of  EPA Information
 EPA Publication Numbering System	

 Hazardous and solid wastes are managed by several differ-
 ent statutes. EPA is organized into offices reflecting the
 major statutes. Thus, waste management information is
 available from several  different offices. The primary source
 of hazardous waste information is the Office of Solid Waste
 and Emergency Response (OSWER), which is divided into
 several major offices. The Office of Solid Waste (OSW) pro-
 duces this catalog and  the documents described in it. All
 documents produced by OSW are assigned EPA publication
 numbers in the 530 series.

 The EPA publications numbering system provides easy
 identification, tracking, and dissemination of EPA docu-
 ments. Each publication number tells you which office is
 responsible for producing it, and includes a specific
 off ice/division within  the organization, an alpha descriptor
 of the document type,  and the publication year.
 Example:
              530-B-03-001
Office of Solid Waste
           Document Type
Additional EPA Sources
    First publication
    of this type in 2003

r published
Other EPA offices producing materials on hazardous and
solid waste are:

Office of Underground Storage Tanks:
510-X-YR-XXX

510-B-00-001
Catalog of EPA Materials on Underground Storage Tanks (no
cost).

www.epa.gov/swerustl/pubs/ustcatOO.pdf

Office of Underground Storage Tanks
U.S. EPA (5403G)
Ariel Rios Building
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20460-0002
800 424-9346
703 412-9810
www.epa.gov/oust/pubs/index.htm
 Office of Emergency and Remedial
 Response (Superfund): 540-X-YR-XXX

 540/8-91/014 [former EPA numbering system]
 Catalog of Superfund Program Information Products
 ($7 with shipping and handling).

 National Technical Information Service (NTIS)
 5285 Port Royal Road
 Springfield, VA 22161-0002
 Phone: 800-553-6874 or 703-605-6000
 Fax: 703 321-8574
 E-mail: orders@ntis.fedworld.gov

 For more recent information on ordering Superfund pub-
 lications, access the Superfund Publications page on the
 NTIS Web site at .

 Superfund Publications Online
 www.epa.gov/superfund/pubs.htm

 Brownfields
 www.epa.gov/swerosps/bf/bfndx.htm

 Technology Innovation Office:
 542-X-YR-XXX

 542-B-99-004
 Bibliography of Innovative Site Clean-Up Technologies
August 1999 Update (no cost).

www.clu-in.org/download/iemed/bibupdte99.pdf

National Center for Environmental Publications and
Information (NCEP1)
P.O. Box 42419
Cincinnati, OH 45242-0419
800 490-9198
www.clu-in.org/publ.cfm

Chemical Emergency Preparedness and
Prevention Office: 550-X-YR-XXX

CEPPO Consolidated Document List (not available in print)
http://yosemite.epa.gov/oswer/ceppoweb.nsf/content/
ConsolidatedPubs .htm.

Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Hotline
U.S. EPA (5101)
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20460-0002
800 424-9346
703 412-9810

http://yosemite.epa.gov/oswer/ceppoweb.nsf/content/
pubs.html
                            Additional Sources of EPA Information

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Office of Research and Development:
600-X-YR-XXX
www.epa. gov / ord / htm / ordpubs.htm

National Service Center for Environmental Information
26 West Martin Luther King Drive
Mailstop G75
Cincinnati, OH 45268-0001
800 490-9198
513 569-7562
www.epa.gov/ORD/publications /

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Section 2
Alphabetical Listing of Titles

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 Alphabetical  Listing  of Titles
 Abandoned Mine Site Characterization
 and Cleanup Handbook	

 A resource for project managers working on addressing
 the environmental concerns posed by inactive mines and
 mineral processing sites. Focuses on environmental haz-
 ards at abandoned mining sites, rather than physical haz-
 ards. Emphasizes the need for developing partnerships
 in addressing the environmental concerns posed by inac-
 tive mines. Includes an overview of mining and mineral
 processing operations, environmental impacts from min-
 ing, setting goals and measuring success of mine
 cleanup, community involvement at mining site
 cleanups, scoping studies of mining and mineral process-
 ing impact areas, sampling and analysis of impacted
 areas, scoping and conducting ecological and human
 health risk assessments at Superfund mine waste sites,
 site management strategies, remediation and cleanup
 options, and the regulatory "toolbox." Appendices
 include a list of acronyms and glossary of mining terms,
 acid mine drainage, mining sites on the National Priority
 List, general discussion of applicable or relevant and
 appropriate requirements at Superfund mining sites, X-
 Ray fluorescence, risk assessment scoping, detailed infor-
 mation on mine remediation technologies, innovative
 technologies, EPA mining contacts, Internet resources,
 land disposal restrictions overview and bibliography,
 mine waste technology program, and remediation refer-
 ences. Also available on CD-ROM.
                              03/25/2001
Abstracts of Selected Precious Metal
Mines' Permits	

Compiles permit application requirements, permit limita-
tions, and permit conditions for selected precious metal
mines located in the United States. Includes 46 question-
naires prepared by seven states active in precious metal
mining.
(EPA530-R-92-009)              12/15/1991
 Action  Leakage Rates for Leak Detection
 Systems; Supplemental Background
 Document for the Final Double Liners
 and Leak Detection Systems Rule for
 Hazardous Waste Landfills, Waste Piles,
 and Surface Impoundments	
 Supplements the background document for May 29,
 1987, regarding the double liners and leak-detection sys-
 tems rule. Explains applications of formulas in the origi-
 nal document to calculate an action leakage rate.
 Presents additional data on flow rates achieved at vari-
 ous double-lined facilities. References newly issued tech-
 nical guidance that contains useful information about
 various action standards in the final rule.
 (EPA530-R-92-004)              01/15/1992
Addendum to the Regulatory Impact
Analysis for the Final Criteria for
Municipal Solid Waste Landfills	
Represents EPA's best efforts to quantify the costs, eco-
nomic impacts, and benefits of regulatory options relat-
ing to Subtitle D criteria for MSW landfills.
(EPA530-SW-91-073B)           08/15/1991
* Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin:
Recycle and Combat a Life of Grime
(Comic Book)	
Contains information about recycling for elementary and
middle school students. This appealing comic book fea-
tures the Garbage Gremlin, a character who is constantly
outwitted by students who practice recycling. Only
available on the Internet at .
                              08/15/1990
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Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;
Part I: ACL Policy and Information
Requirements  	
Provides guidance to RCRA facility permit applicants
and writers to establish groundwater protection stan-
dards by demonstrating ACLs. Explains 19 criteria to
evaluate ACL requests.
(EPA530-SW-87-017)             07/15/1987
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Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;
Part II: Based on 264.94(B) Criteria; Case
Studies	
Presents examples of information appropriate for ACL
demonstrations under 40 CFR Part 264.94(b). Five case
studies serve as models in implementing Part I of the
ACL Guidance Document.
(EPA530-SW-87-031)             05/15/1988
Alternative Daily Cover Materials for
Municipal Solid Waste  Landfills	
Examines the potential of alternative daily cover materi-
als as options to the daily soil cover mandated for MSW
landfills. Describes functions and types of these materials
and regulations pertaining to them. Provides references.
(EPA530-R-92-024)              06/01/1992
 An Analysis of Composting as an
 Environmental Remediation Technology

 Summarizes the available information on the use of com-
 post for managing hazardous waste streams and for
 remediating soil contaminated with toxic organic com-
 pounds (such as solvents and pesticides) and inorganic
 compounds (such as toxic metals). Indicates possible
 areas for future investigations. Discusses compost-based
 biofilters for treatment of contaminated air and waste-
 water streams,  potential for reclamation of mine spoils
 and Brownfields with compost, suppression of plant dis-
 eases and pests by compost, compost-enhanced phytore-
 mediation of contaminated soil, and the development of
 special-purpose or customized composts. Includes refer-
 ences at the end of each chapter and a bibliography.
 (EPA53Q-R-98-008)              04/15/1998
                  Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the
                  Potential for Reduced  Environmental
                  Benefits of the Proposed Universal Waste
                  Rule	
                  Addresses proposed changes to the management of uni-
                  versal wastes (e.g., nickel-cadmium and mercuric oxide
                  batteries and mercury-containing thermostats) under
                  RCRA. Discusses characteristics of universal wastes, cost
                  analysis, and the potential for reductions in environmen-
                  tal benefits. Appendix lists sources for unit cost estimates.
                                                 04/15/2994
                                        94»023    Order -Form; OS W
                  Analysis of U.S. Municipal Waste
                  Combustion Operating Practices

                  Characterizes the municipal waste combustion industry
                  from data gathered through a nationwide survey. The
                  information collected includes a description of each facil-
                  ity, characterization of waste received, review of recy-
                  cling activities, description of residue generation, and
                  residue handling and disposal practices.
                  (EPA530-SW-89-061)             05/18/1989
                   fQfder Number; PB89-22Q 578      Order Form: NTIS
                   Application of Geophysics to Acid Mine
                   Drainage Investigations; Volume I:
                   Literature Review and Theoretical
                   Background	

                   Evaluates the utility of geophysical techniques in detect-
                   ing and monitoring acid mine drainage contamination
                   from mine wastes. Discusses the geochemistry of acid
                   mine drainage, the relationship between ion concentra-
                   tion and specific conductance, empirical relationships
                   that are available to predict the resistivity of soil and
                   rock, and formulas for determining the optimum line
                   spacing for geophysical surveys and the associated prob-
                   abilities. Includes a review and summary of literature on
                   geophysical methods that might be useful in evaluating
                   migration of the high specific conductance contaminants
                   in ground water.
                   (EPA530-R-95-013a)             09/15/1994
                                      91268      Order Farm: NTIS
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 Application of Geophysics to Acid Mine
 Drainage Investigations; Volume  II: Site
 Investigations	

 Describes file investigations undertaken to evaluate the
 utility of surface geophysical techniques in detecting and
 monitoring groundwater pollution from mine waste in
 the western United States. Discusses results of investiga-
 tions at the Spenceville copper mine, Leviathan sulfur
 mine, Iron Mountain copper mine, and Walker copper
 mine. Includes maps, charts, and tables.
 (EPA530-R-95-013b)             09/15/1994
Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal
Restrictions to Contaminated Media:
Costs, Cost Savings, and Economic Impacts

Analyzes the impact of the Phase IV rulemaking on the
treatment of contaminated media. Covers new soil treat-
ment standards for soil contaminated with hazardous
waste, new LDR treatment standards for media contami-
nated with newly identified mineral processing wastes,
and new LDR treatment standards for media that exhibit
the toxicity characteristic for metal constituents. Presents
the methodology and the major limitations and describes
results. Analyzes the economic impacts of the projected
incremental costs of the rulemaking on small entities.
Appendices describe the soil and sediment database
used in this analysis and present detailed (e.g., industry-
by-industry) results of the economic impact analysis.
(EPA 530-R-99-026)              04/03/1998
 Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal
 Restrictions to Newly Identified Mineral
 Processing Wastes; Regulatory Impact
 Analysis	

 Estimates the costs, economic impacts, and benefits of
 the Phase IV LDR rule on newly identified mineral pro-
 cessing wastes. Addresses regulatory options. Defines
 the universe and estimates waste volumes. Provides
 methodology used to assess cost, economic impacts, and
 benefits of this rule. Appendices include analysis of
 options under alternative baselines, methodology for
 identifying hazardous waste streams, mineral processing
 waste stream status changes since December 1995, min-
 eral processing waste treatment and disposal costs,
 development of costing functions, explanation of cost
 modeling calculations, mineral processing cost model
 sample calculation for the titanium and titanium dioxide
 sector, derivation of value of shipments and value added
 for mineral processing sectors, risk and benefits assess-
 ment for the storage of recycled materials, constituent
 concentration data for recycled materials, and data sum-
 maries for high-risk mineral processing facilities.
 (EPA530-R-99-027)              04/30/1998
Asbestos Waste Management Guidance:
Generation, Transport Disposal	

Provides guidance on handling asbestos-containing
waste materials during generation, transport, and final
disposal. Waste handling practices presented include
those necessary to meet current EPA and OSHA require-
ments and also additional recommendations reflecting
practices needed to minimize exposure to asbestos.
                               05/15/1955
                                                     Assessment of Hazardous Waste
                                                     Mismanagement Damage Case Histories

                                                     Provides damage histories associated with land- and
                                                     non-land-based hazardous waste disposal facilities.
                                                     Estimates potential damages from hazardous waste mis-
                                                     management including events responsible for contami-
                                                     nation or facility damage, chemicals commonly implicat-
                                                     ed, and remedial responses. Contains data collected from
                                                     a survey of 929 active and inactive disposal sites.
                                                     (EPA530-SW-84-002)             04/15/1984
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Background Document for Analysis of the
Land Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV:
Underground Injection Data  and Issues

Evaluates the impact of the Phase IV LDR rulemaking on
underground injection of hazardous waste and the need
for national capacity variances from the land disposal
prohibitions. Presents legal background for the LDR pro-
gram, toxicity characteristic metal wastes, mineral pro-
cessing wastes, the Phase IV rulemaking, and the types
of wastes covered by the Phase IV LDR rulemaking.
Provides background on the underground injection con-
trol program and facilities affected by this rulemaking.
Discusses LDR exemptions, Phase IV wastes prohibited
from injection. Details the availability of on-site and off-
site alternative treatment and injection  capacity.
Summarizes the major categories of injected waste affect-
ed by the Phase IV rule and the availability of alternative
treatment and injection capacity for underground injec-
tion facilities subject to this rule.
(EPA530-R-99-025)              04/15/1998
Background Document for Capacity
Analysis for Land Disposal Restrictions:
Newly Identified Petroleum Refining
Wastes (Final Rule)	

Presents the capacity analysis EPA conducted to support
the final LDRs for newly listed petroleum refining
wastes. Provides legal background, capacity analysis
methodology, and a summary of the capacity analysis for
the final petroleum refining wastes listing determination.
Discusses commercial hazardous waste combustion
capacity and other treatment system capacities. Examines
required capacity for petroleum refining process wastes.
Details the capacity analysis results. Appendices include
telephone logs for calls to catalyst recyclers, commercial
Subtitle C incinerators, and refineries that reported on-
site incineration in BRS in 1995; physical and chemical
properties of the newly identified petroleum refining
process wastes; discussion of regulatory issues relating to
LDR capacity analysis for K171 and K172; and case study
data developed form  Phase IV LDRs.
(EPA 530-R-99-031)              06/15/1998
                  Background Document for Capacity
                  Analysis for Land Disposal Restrictions
                  Phase II—Universal Treatment Standards,
                  and Treatment Standards for Organic
                  Toxicity Characteristic Wastes and Other
                  Newly Listed Wastes; Final	

                  Presents the capacity analysis that EPA conducted to
                  support the final LDR Phase II rule on Universal
                  Treatment Standards and Treatment Standards for
                  Organic Toxicity Characteristic Wastes and Newly Listed
                  Wastes. Evaluates the need for national capacity vari-
                  ances from the land disposal prohibitions. Provides esti-
                  mates of the quantities of wastes that will require alter-
                  native commercial treatment and recovery prior to land
                  disposal as a result of the LDRs, and estimates alterna-
                  tive commercial treatment and recovery capacity avail-
                  able to manage wastes restricted from  land disposal.
                  Describes the methodology and data used to determine
                  the available commercial treatment capacity, briefly sum-
                  marizes the capacity analysis conducted for the rule, and
                  highlights the national capacity variances that EPA is
                  granting in the rule.
                  (EPA530-R-97-041)              08/15/1994
                   Background Document for Capacity
                   Analysis for Land Disposal Restrictions
                   Phase III—Decharacterized Wastewaters,
                   Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
                   (Complete Set)	
                   Presents the capacity analysis that EPA conducted to
                   support the LDR Phase III: Decharacterized Wastewaters,
                   Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners. Provides data
                   sources and methodology.
                   (EPA530-R-97-025)              02/15/1996
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Background Document for Capacity
Analysis for Land Disposal Restrictions
Phase III—Decharacterized Wastewaters,
Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners;
Volume 1: Capacity Analysis and
Methodology	

Presents the capacity analysis that EPA conducted to
support the LDR Phase III: Decharacterized Wastewaters,
Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners. Evaluates the
need for national capacity variances from the land dis-
posal prohibitions. Provides estimates of the quantities of
wastes that will require alternative commercial treatment
prior to land disposal as a result of the LDRs, and esti-
mates the alternative commercial treatment capacity
available to manage wastes restricted from land disposal.
Analyzes ignitable, corrosive, reactive, and toxic wastes
that are managed in CWA or CWA-equivalent systems.
Provides data sources and methodology. Addresses
capacity analysis for newly listed wastes, surface-
disposed mixed radioactive waste, and nonsulfide and
non-cyanide reactive wastes not managed in CWA or
CWA-equivalent systems.
(EPA530-R-97-025a)             02/15/1996
Background Document for Capacity
Analysis for Land  Disposal Restrictions
Phase III—Decharacterized Wastewaters,
Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners;
Volume 2: Appendix A (Part 1)	
Provides detailed analyses of the required treatment
capacity for industries generating ignitable, corrosive,
reactive, and/or organic toxicity characteristic wastes
managed in CWA or CWA-equivalent systems.
(EPA530-R-97~025b)             02/15/1996
Background Document for Capacity
Analysis for Land Disposal Restrictions
Phase III—Decharacterized Wastewaters,
Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners;
Volume 3: Appendices A (Part 2)—F	

Contains the conclusion of Appendix A described above.
Includes appendices summarizing the Waste Treatment
Industry Questionnaire and 1991 BRS data on wastewater
treatment, telephone logs for the commercial combustion
capacity analysis, additional data supporting the K088
spent potliners capacity analysis, waste water and non-
wastewater quantities of D003 (reactive) wastes (based on
1993 BRS data), and a case study report for capacity
analysis of LDR Phase III decharacterized waste water.
(EPA530-R-97-Q25c)             02/15/1996
Background Document for Capacity
Analysis for Newly Listed Wastes and
Hazardous Debris to Support 40 CFR 268
Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
(Complete Set)      	

Presents the capacity analysis EPA conducted to support
the final rule on the LDR on Newly Listed Wastes and
Hazardous Debris. Evaluates the need for national capac-
ity variances from land disposal prohibitions. Provides
estimates of the quantities of wastes that will require
alternative commercial treatment and recovery prior to
land disposal as a result of LDRs and estimates alterna-
tive commercial treatment and recovery capacity avail-
able to manage wastes restricted from land disposal.
Describes the methodology and data used to determine
available commercial capacity.
(EPA53Q-R-97-037)              06/15/1992
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Background Document for Capacity
Analysis for Newly Listed Wastes and
Hazardous Debris to Support 40 CFR 268
Land Disposal Restrictions; Final; Volume
1: Capacity Analysis Methodology and
Results; Appendices A and B	

Presents the capacity analysis EPA conducted to support
the final rule on the LDRs on Newly Listed Wastes and
Hazardous Debris. Evaluates the need for national capaci-
ty variances from land disposal prohibitions. Provides
estimates of the quantities of wastes that will require alter-
native commercial treatment and recovery prior to land
disposal as a result of LDRs and estimates alternative
commercial treatment and recovery capacity available to
manage wastes restricted from land disposal. Describes
the methodology and data used determine available com-
mercial capacity. Provides phone logs of contacts with
facilities for the capacity analysis of other newly listed
wastes in Appendix A. Addresses some issues and con-
cerns related to the analysis of hazardous debris.
(EPA530-R-97-037a)             06/15/1992
Background Document for Capacity
Analysis for Newly Listed Wastes and
Hazardous Debris to Support 40 CFR 268
Land Disposal Restrictions; Final; Volume
2: Appendix C—Background Data for
Incineration and Cement Kiln Capacity
(Part 1)	

Provides background data on the determination of avail-
able incineration and cement kiln capacity. Contains sur-
veys completed by firms that are connected with fuels
substitution, own cement kilns, and act as fuel blenders,
regarding the capacity to burn hazardous wastes under
regulation since November 1984.
(EPA530-R-97-037b)             06/15/1992
                  Background Document for Capacity
                  Analysis for Newly Listed Wastes and
                  Hazardous Debris to Support 40 CFR 268
                  Land Disposal Restrictions; Final; Volume
                  3: Appendix C—Background Data for
                  Incineration and Cement Kiln Capacity
                  (Part 2)	

                  Provides background data on the determination of avail-
                  able incineration and cement kiln capacity. Contains sur-
                  veys completed by firms that are connected with fuels
                  substitution, own cement kilns, and act as fuel blenders,
                  regarding the capacity to burn hazardous wastes under
                  regulation since November 1984.
                  (EPA530-R-97-037c)             06/15/1992
                  Background Document for Capacity
                  Analysis for Newly Listed Wastes and
                  Hazardous Debris to Support 40 CFR 268
                  Land Disposal Restrictions; Final; Volume
                  4: Appendix C—Background Data for
                  Incineration and Cement Kiln Capacity
                  (Part 3)	

                  Contains voluntary capacity update survey responses
                  from companies that own commercial hazardous waste
                  incinerator facilities. Supplies information regarding
                  their present and future capacity to burn liquids,
                  pumpable sludges, nonpumpable sludges,  containerized
                  solids, and bulk solids. Includes engineering specifica-
                  tions of incinerator units at the facility, debris and soil
                  acceptance criteria, and waste code acceptability.
                  Provides telephone logs of conversations clarifying
                  capacity information.
                  (EPA530-R-97-037d)  •          06/15/1992
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 Background Document for Capacity
 Analysis for Newly Listed Wastes and
 Hazardous  Debris to Support 40 CFR 268
 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final; Volume
 5: Appendix D—Category 1 Facilities for
 the F037 and F038 Capacity Analysis

 Contains information on petroleum refineries used for
 estimating required F037 and F038 capacity. Includes an
 interview guide, information obtained from refinery vis-
 its, and information submitted by Category 1 facilities.
 (EPA530-R-97-Q37e)            06/15/1992
Background Document for Capacity
Analysis for Newly Listed Wastes and
Hazardous Debris to Support 40 CFR 268
Land Disposal Restrictions; Final; Volume
6: Appendix E—Category 2 Facilities for
the F037 and F038 Capacity Analysis

Contains information on petroleum refineries used for
estimating required F037 and F038 capacity. Includes the
key assumptions and equations used to estimate F037
and F038 generation  for Category 2 facilities and esti-
mates of F037 and F038 waste generation for Category 2
facilities.
(EPA530-R-97-037/)             06/15/1992
Background Document for Capacity
Analysis for Newly Listed Wastes and
Hazardous Debris to Support 40 CFR 268
Land Disposal Restrictions; Final; Volume
7: Appendix F—Category 3 Facilities for
the F037 and F038 Capacity Analysis

Contains information on petroleum refineries used for
estimating required F037 and F038 capacity. Includes the
method used to estimate F037 and F038 waste generation
for Category 3 facilities and estimates of F037 and F038
waste generation for  Category 3 facilities.
(EPA530-R-97-037g)            06/15/1992
 Background Document for Capacity
 Analysis to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
 Disposal Restrictions for Ignitable and
 Corrosive Wastes Whose Treatment
 Standards Were Vacated (Interim Final
 Rule)	

 Provides a general background on the interim final rule
 promulgated in response to the September 1992 court deci-
 sion vacating treatment standards for ignitable and corro-
 sive wastes. Presents the key data sources used in the
 analysis, discusses the major data limitations, presents the
 analytical methodology, contains the required capacity esti-
 mates, addresses available capacity for the wastes covered
 by the rule, and includes the variance determinations.
 Appendices include capacity comments summaries and
 response and estimation of affected Class V injection wells.
 (EPA530-R-97-040)              05/06fl993
Background Document for First Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final; Addendum:
Capacity Analysis for K061 Wastes _

Updates the capacity analysis for K061 wastes based on the
new treatment standards established for high zinc K061
and on new information on high zinc K061 generation,
management, and treatment. Addresses the new treatment
standards established under the LDRs for high zinc K061.
Discusses current management practices and the available
high temperature metals recovery treatment capacity.
(EPA530-R-97-038)             08/15/1991
Background Document for First Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: First
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Availability Treatment
Capacity _

Supports final LDR rule for First Third wastes. Estimates
quantities of wastes that will require alternative treat-
ment or recovery prior to land disposal under treatment
standards set by the rule. Estimates availability of alter-
native treatment capacity to accommodate diverted
wastes. Reassesses capacity analyses developed for
wastes covered by previous rules.
(EPA530-SW-88-049)            08/15/1988
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Background Document for Land Disposal
Restrictions—Wood Preserving Wastes
(Final Rule): Capacity Analysis and
Response to Capacity-Related Comments

Presents the capacity analysis that EPA conducted to
support the Phase IV LDR rulemaking on newly listed
wastes from wood preserving. Contains the result of
capacity analyses conducted by EPA to evaluate the need
for national capacity variances from the land disposal
prohibitions. Provides estimates of the quantities of
wastes that will require alternative commercial treatment
prior to land disposal as a result of the LDRs, and esti-
mates alternative commercial treatment capacity avail-
able to manage wastes restricted from land disposal.
Discusses the legal background of the rule. Includes
comment response methodologies. Addresses commer-
cial combustion capacity and capacity analysis for newly
listed wood preserving wastes. Responds to comments.
Appendices include data on available combustion capac-
ity, wastewater capacity, stabilization, and vitrification;
commenter data; communication logs; BRS report; and
methodology for estimating quantity of soil and debris
contaminated with wood preserving wastes.
(EPA530-R-97-028)              04/15/1997
Background Document for Final
Comprehensive Procurement Guideline III
and Draft Recovered Materials Advisory
Notice III	

Explains EPA's overall objectives, the process for desig-
nating procurement items, and the methodology used in
recommending recovered materials content levels for
items designated in the proposed CPG III. Lists the rec-
ommended procurement practices for designated items.
Includes tables, list of acronyms, and supporting infor-
mation.
                              09/15/1999
                 Background Document for Proposed
                 Comprehensive Procurement Guideline IV
                 and Draft Recovered Materials Advisory
                 Notice IV	
                 Explains EPA's overall objectives, the process for designat-
                 ing procurement items, and the methodology used in rec-
                 ommending recovered materials content levels for items
                 designated in the proposed CPG IV. Lists the recommend-
                 ed procurement practices for designated items. Includes
                 tables, list of acronyms, and supporting information.
                                               03/15/2001
                  Background Document for Second Third
                  Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
                  Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Second
                  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
                  Required and Availability Treatment
                  Capacity; Volume I	
                  Supports the final rule for Second Third wastes sched-
                  uled for restriction from land disposal. Estimates quanti-
                  ties of wastes requiring alternative treatment and recov-
                  ery prior to land disposal. Evaluates the availability of
                  alternative treatment and recovery capacity necessary to
                  manage wastes diverted from land disposal, taking into
                  account demands already placed on capacity by previous
                  LDRs.
                  (EPA530-SW-89-057A)           06/08/1989
                  Background  Document for Second Third
                  Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
                  Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Second
                  Third Waste  Volumes, Characteristics, and
                  Required and Availability Treatment
                  Capacity; Volume II	
                  Substantiates findings of Volume I with data, surveys,
                  and tables.
                  (EPA530-SW-89-057B)           06/08/1989
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Background Document for Solvents to
Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal
Restrictions; Volume I	

Supports a technology-based treatment standard to
restrict solvent wastes from land disposal, abandoning
the proposed screening level and liner protection thresh-
old approach. Outlines treatment standards based on
performance using BDAT. Briefly discusses technologies
with emphasis on solvent treatment and recycling applic-
ability. Provides F001-F005 for physical and chemical sol-
vent properties and toxicity of listed solvents.
(EPA530-SW-86-060)            11/15/1986
Background Document for the
Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity
Generator (CESQG) Rule	

Presents information in support of EPA's proposed rule-
making for nonmunicipal solid waste disposal facilities
that receive CESQG hazardous wastes. Provides back-
ground on the current solid waste controls under RCRA,
and summarizes the proposed regulation. Describes
CESQG waste, industrial facilities that may receive
CESQG waste, and existing state programs related to
CESQG waste.
(EPA530-R-95-021)             05/15/1995
Background Document for Solvents to
Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal
Restrictions; Volume  II	

Supports a technology-based treatment standard to
restrict solvent wastes from land disposal, abandoning
the proposed screening level and liner protection thresh-
old approach. Outlines treatment standards based on
performance that can be achieved using BDAT. Briefly
discusses technologies with emphasis on solvent treat-
ment and recycling applicability. Provides F001 to F005
solvent physical and chemical properties and toxicity of
listed solvents.
(EPA530-SW-86-061)            11/15/1986
Background Document for Solvents to
Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal
Restrictions: Solvent Waste Volumes and
Characteristics, Required Treatment and
Recycling Capacity, and Available
Treatment and Recycling	
Discusses volumes and characteristics of hazardous
solvent wastes affected by LDRs. Evaluates required
treatment and recycling capacity and identifies the
unused capacity of alternative treatment and recycling
technologies for solvent wastes.
(EPA530-SW-88-013)            11/15/1986
Background Document for the
Groundwater Screening  Procedure to
Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal
Restrictions	

Presents groundwater screening component of EPA's
approach to evaluate the need to ban or further restrict
hazardous wastes from land disposal. Establishes accept-
able concentrations for specific chemical constituents in
waste extracts. Procedures involve application of analytic
solute transport equation for hydrogeologic parameters
such as ground-water velocity, soil porosity, and net infil-
tration.
(EPA530-SW-86-047)            01/15/1986
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal  Restrictions; Final Rule: Third
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Available Treatment
Capacity (Complete Set)	
Supports the final rule under Section 3004(m) of RCRA.
Presented in four volumes.
(EPA530-SW-90-062)           05/08/1990
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Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Third
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Available Treatment
Capacity; Volume I: Executive Summary,
Chapter 1 and Chapter 2	
Supports the final rule for Section 3004(m) of RCRA.
Presents estimates of waste requiring alternative treat-
ment and recovery before land disposal. Estimates
wastes restricted from land disposal.
(EPA530-SW-90-062A)          05/08/1990
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Third
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Available Treatment
Capacity; Volume II: Chapter 3	
Presents data on technology on a waste code-specific
basis for wastes in final Third Third rule. The capacity
analyses referenced are based primarily on data from
TSDR survey.
(EPA530-SW-90-062B)          05/08/1990
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Third
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Available Treatment
Capacity; Volume III: Chapter 4 and
Appendix A—Appendix I	
Presents a detailed discussion of methodology and ratio-
nale for capacity analyses supporting final rule. Gives
the analytical methodology used to determine demand
for alternative treatment capacity required for wastes
affected by the Third Third final rule.
(EPA530-SW-90-062C)          05/08/1990
                 Background Document for Third Third
                 Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
                 Disposal  Restrictions; Final Rule: Third
                 Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics,  and
                 Required and Available Treatment
                 Capacity; Volume IV: Appendix J -
                 Appendix M	
                 Includes Appendix J, Analysis of Commercial Alkaline
                 Chlorination/Chemical Precipitation Capacity; Appendix
                 K, Analysis of Commercial Sludge/Solid Combustion
                 Capacity; Appendix L, Miscellaneous Phone Logs; and
                 Appendix M, Analysis of Large Volume Underground
                 Injected P and U Coded Wastes.
                 (EPA530-SW-90-062D)          05/08/1990
                 Background  Document on Bottom Liner
                 Performance in Double-Lined Landfills
                 and Surface  Impoundments

                 Compares the performance of compacted soil and com-
                 posite bottom liners. Also compares the capabilities of
                 these liners to satisfy the statutory goals of RCPvA, which
                 are to prevent migration of hazardous constituents from
                 hazardous waste management units, and to detect leak-
                 age through top liner at the earliest practicable time.
                 Quantifies performance differences.
                 (EPA530-SW-87-013)           04/15/1987
                 Background  Document on Proposed Liner
                 and Leak Detection Rule	

                 Provides technical rationale and support for the three
                 main portions of the proposed Liner/Leak Detection
                 Rule: leak detection system requirements; extension of
                 double-liner system requirements to waste piles, signifi-
                 cant unused portions, and certain other units; and con-
                 struction quality assurance program requirements.
                 (EPA530-SW-87-015)           05/15/1987
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Background Document on the Development
and Use of Reference Doses; Part I: Data
Needs and Apportionment; Part II:
Considerations Related to the Development
of Protocols for Toxicity Studies	

Supports two health-protection criteria used to limit the
extent of air or water contamination by individual chem-
icals. Assesses available test methodologies to  identify
those suitable for developing data from which reference
doses can be established. Decides when and how to
apportion reference doses and risk-specific doses among
several possible human exposure media. Identifies mini-
mally acceptable protocol for conducting toxicity testing.
(EPA530-SW-86-048)            12/20/1985
Background Documentation for
Minimum Content Standards	

Contains the proposed set of recommended minimum
content standards as guidelines for federal procurement
of paper and paper products containing recovered mater-
ial. Content standards are displayed in summary form.
Five categories are included: newsprint, bleached print-
ing and writing papers, tissue products, unbleached
packaging, and recycled paperboard.
(EPA530-SW-88-046)            03/06/1987
Background Documents for the Cost and
Economic Impact Analysis of Listing Four
Petroleum Refining Wastes as Hazardous
Wastes Under RCRA Subtitle C	

Provides the cost and economic impact analysis for the
1995 proposal to list hazardous wastes from the petrole-
um refining industry. Also contains a memorandum
detailing other benefits from recovery of oil in coke pro-
cessing units, a memorandum examining the impacts of
the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act
of 1996 and unfunded mandates on the proposed petro-
leum refining hazardous waste listing, the cost impact
analysis of the definition of solid waste headworks
exemption for the proposed listings of three petroleum
refining Industry wastes, and the cost impact analysis of
the coking exemption on crude oil tank sludge and clari-
fied slurry oil sludge compliance costs from listing as a
RCRA hazardous waste.
(EPA 530-R-99-032)             01/10/1998
Background Information Document for
the Development of Regulations to
Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes
in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces
(Complete Set)	
Presents the results of research that develops and evalu-
ates alternatives for regulating the burning of hazardous
waste in BIFs. Two volumes.
(EPA530-SW-87-014)            01/15/1987
Background Information Document for
the Development of Regulations to
Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes
in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces; Volume
I: Industrial Boilers	
Presents alternatives for regulating the burning of haz-
ardous waste in BIFs. Contains information on industrial
boilers related to hazardous waste burning.
(EPA530-SW-87-014A)          01/15/1987
Background Information Document for
the Development of Regulations to
Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes
in Boilers and  Industrial Furnaces; Volume
II: Industrial  Furnaces	
Presents alternatives for regulating the burning of haz-
ardous waste in BIFs. Addresses the practice of burning
hazardous waste in industrial furnaces.
(EPA530-SW-87-014B)          01/15/1987
Background Paper: Exclusion to the
Definition of Solid Waste:  Excluded Scrap
Metal and Shredded Circuit Boards Being
Recycled	
Describes the amendment to the definition of solid waste
excluding scrap metal and containerized shredded circuit
boards that are being recycled from regulation under
RCRA. Defines processed scrap metal. Addresses com-
ments received on the proposed LDR Phase IV supple-
mental rulemaking.
(EPA530-R-97-029)             04/15/1997
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La Basura y el Cambio del Clima: Los
Protectores del Planeta  Descubren las
Razones Escondidas para Reducir,
Reutilizar, y Reciclar (Spanish Translation
of Trash and Climate Change: Planet
Protectors Discover the  Hidden Reasons
to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle)	

Un libro de actividades que incluye ejercisios como com-
pletando espacios en bianco, equiparando, palabras mix-
tas, abilidades en matematicas, rompe cabezas, y un
juego que los muchachos componen. Todos los juegos
usan terminos principales del manejo de desperdisios
para ensenar ha los muchachos sobre reduciendo, reu-
sando, y reciclando desperdisios. Involucra ha los
muchachos en juegos educacionales y divertidos en que
le ensenan como pueden hacer una diferencia.
                             25/01/2002
Batch-Type Procedures for Estimating Soil
Adsorption of Chemicals; Technical
Resource Document	__

Describes laboratory batch procedures for assessing the
capacity of soils and soil components of liners for waste
management facilities to attenuate chemical constituents
from solution. Documents procedures for organic and
inorganic constituents, as well as scientific basis and
rationale. Examples demonstrate application of proce-
dures and use of data in designing soil liners for pollu-
tant retention.
(EPA530-SW-87-006F)           04/15/1992
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document
                  (Addendum) for All Nonwastewater
                  Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT
                  Treatment Standards for F006 and K062
                  Nonwastewaters (Final)	
                  Presents EPA's rationale and technical support for
                  removing the existing subcategories for K061 nonwaste-
                  waters (i.e., low zinc and high zinc) and establishing one
                  set of standards that will apply to all nonwastewater
                  forms of K061. Explains EPA's decision to establish alter-
                  native treatment standards, based on a transfer of high
                  temperature metals recovery treatment performance for
                  F006 and K062 nonwastewaters.
                  (EPA530-R-95-028)             07/15/1992
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for Barium
                  Wastes D005 and P013 (Final)	

                  Presents EPA's technical support and rationale for devel-
                  oping regulatory standards for barium-containing
                  wastes. Presents waste-specific information for D005
                  wastes: industries affected, treatment technologies, avail-
                  able performance data, analyses of performance data to
                  determine BDAT, and determination of proposed treat-
                  ment standards for barium. Discusses P013, barium
                  cyanide, and details the development of treatment stan-
                  dard for wastes.
                  (EPA530-SW-90-059T)           05/08/1990
                                                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                                                  (BDAT) Background Document for
                                                  Characteristic Ignitable Wastes (D001),
                                                  Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002),
                                                  Characteristic Reactive Wastes (D003),
                                                  and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
                                                  Listing Constituents (Final)	
                                                  Presents EPA's technical support for selecting and devel-
                                                  oping treatment standards for D001, D002, D003, and P
                                                  and U wastes containing reactive constituents that are
                                                  listed under RCRA. Describes industries affected by
                                                  LDRs for specific characteristic wastes. Discusses applic-
                                                  able technologies used to treat waste.
                                                  (EPA530-SW-90-059B)           05/08/1990
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 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for
 Chlorinated Toluene Wastes: K149, K150,
 and  K151 (Final)	

 Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
 oping BDAT treatment standards for wastes generated
 during the production of chlorinated toluenes. Includes
 waste characterization data. Discusses treatment tech-
 nologies designated as applicable and demonstrated for
 these wastes. Examines potential reuse and recycling,
 source reduction, pollution prevention, and waste mini-
 mization alternatives for the wastes.
 (EPA530-R-95-034)              07/15/1994
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Chromium Wastes D007 and U032 (Final)

Presents EPA's technical support for regulating D007 and
U032 wastes. Describes industries affected by D007
waste regulation, explains processes generating these
wastes, and presents available waste characterization
data. Contains performance data for treating wastes,
including analyses of performance data to determine
BDAT. Discusses associated chromium-containing U-
code waste and details the development of treatment
standards.
(EPA530-SW-9Q-059V)          05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Coking
Wastes: K141-145, K147, and K148 (Final)

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping BDAT treatment standards for wastes generated
during the production, recovery, and refining of coke by
products and tar produced from coal (i.e., coking
wastes). Includes waste characterization data. Discusses
treatment technologies designated as applicable and
demonstrated for these wastes. Examines potential reuse
and recycling, source reduction, pollution prevention,
and waste minimization alternatives for the wastes.
(EPA530-R-95-026)             07/15/1994
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for
 Cyanide Wastes (F006f F007-F012, F019,
 and Various P and U Codes) (Final)	

 Provides EPA's technical support for selecting and devel-
 oping proposed treatment standards for constituents to
 be regulated for electroplating and metal heat treating
 wastes. Sections 2 through 7 present information for F-
 code wastes. Section 8 discusses associate inorganic
 cyanide P-code wastes and details the development of
 proposed treatment standards for wastes.
 (EPA530-SW-89-048K)           06/15/1989
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Cyanide
Wastes; Addendum for F019 (Final)	
Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in F019 nonwastewaters
and wastewaters and for developing proposed BDAT
treatment standards for constituents. Discusses the gen-
eration and characterization of waste code F019.
(EPA530-SW-90-059N)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for D006
Cadmium Wastes (Final)	
Provides EPA's technical support for regulating D006
cadmium wastes. Presents the number and location of
facilities believed to be affected by regulation. Lists tech-
nologies used to treat waste.
(EPA530-SW-90-059U)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for D008
and P and U Lead Wastes (Final)	

Provides EPA's technical support for regulating D008
and P and U lead wastes. Describes the industries and
processes that might generate wastes including D008
wastes, which exhibit characteristics of extraction proce-
dure toxicity for lead. Outlines several applicable treat-
ment technologies.
(EPA530-SW-90-059W)          05/08/1990
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for
Distillation Bottoms From the Production
of Aniline, K083 (Final)	
Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for distillation bottoms from
production of aniline (K083). Presents waste-specific
information on the number and locations of facilities that
generate waste, use technologies to treat waste, and
might be affected by LDRs.
(EPA530-SW-90-060J)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for
Distillation Bottoms from the Production
of Nitrobenzene by the Nitration of
Benzene, K025 (Final)	
Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for distillation bottoms from
production of nitrobenzene by nitration of benzene (K025).
Supplies waste characterization data that serve as a basis
for determining whether variance from treatment standard
might be warranted from a particular type of K025.
(EPA530-SW-90-060K)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for F001-
F005 Spent Solvents; Revisions (Final)

Provides technical support for revisions to the BDAT
treatment standards for the original listed solvent con-
stituents of F001-F005. Examines EPA's rationale and
technical support for revising the F001-F005 treatment
standards promulgated on November 7,1986, and
August 17,1988. Presents EPA's approach to and techni-
cal support for the treatment standards for nonwaste-
water and wastewater forms of F001-F005 and the
revised treatment standards.
(EPA530-R-95427)             06/30/1992
                 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                 (BDAT) Background Document for F001-
                 F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 1	

                 Presents EPA's rationale for revising treatment standards
                 for methylene chloride in F001 to F005 waste waters
                 from the pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See
                 also EPA530-SW-88-031R, Amendment to BDAT docu-
                 ment for F001-F005 spent solvents.
                 (EPA530-SW-86-056A)          11/15/1986
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for F001-
                  F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 2	

                  Presents EPA's rationale for revising treatment standards
                  for methylene chloride in F001 to F005 waste waters
                  from the pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See
                  also EPA530-SW-88-031R, Amendment to BDAT docu-
                  ment for F001-F005 spent solvents.
                  (EPA530-SW-86-056B)          11/15/1986
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for F001-
                  F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 3	

                  Presents EPA's rationale for revising treatment standards
                  for methylene chloride in F001 to F005 waste waters
                  from the pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See
                  also EPA530-SW-88-031R, Amendment to BDAT docu-
                  ment for F001 to F005 spent solvents.
                  (EPA530-SW-86-056C)           11/15/1986
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for F001-
                  F005 Spent Solvents; Amendment to
                  Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)	
                  Presents new data received by EPA and provides EPA's
                  rationale for revising treatment standards for methylene
                  chloride in F001 to F005 waste waters from pharmaceuti-
                  cal manufacturing industries. Revised EPA treatment
                  standard for methylene chloride is 0.44 ppm versus the
                  previous 12.7 ppm.
                  (EPA530-SW-88-031R)           08/15/1988
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for F001-
F005 Spent Solvents (Complete Set)	

Presents EPA's rationale for revising treatment standards
for methylene chloride in F001-F005 waste waters from
the pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See also
EPA530-SW-88-031R, Amendment to BOAT document for
F001 to F005 spent solvents. Does not include revisions
or amendment volumes.
(EPA530-SW-86-056)           11/15/1986
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene
Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085,
K097, K098, K105, and D012- D017) (Final)

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for halogenated pesticide and
chlorobenzene wastes. Describes processes generating
wastes and waste characterization data.
(EPA530-SW-90-060P)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for F002
(1,1,2-Trichloroethane) and F005
(Benzene, 2-Ethoxyethanol, and 2-
Nitropropane); Amendment (Final)	

Presents data and rationale for the development of treat-
ment standards for F002 (1,1/2-Trichloroethane) and F005
{Benzene, 2-Ethoxyethanol, and 2-Nitropropane).
(EPA530-SW-90-059P)          05/08/1990 '
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Inorganic Pigment Wastes, K002-K008
(Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for inorganic pigment wastes.
Gives waste-specific information for K002 to K008 wastes,
specifying number and location of facilities affected by
LDRs. Discusses technologies used to treat waste.
(EPA530-SW-90-Q59Y)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for F006
(Final)	

Gives EPA's rationale and technical support for selecting
constituents to be regulated in F006 waste and for devel-
oping treatment standards for regulated constituents.
Provides waste characterization and treatment informa-
tion to serve in determining whether variances might be
warranted.
(EPA530-SW-88-031L)           08/08/1988
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K001
(Final)       	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing nonwastewater forms for K001 as
identified in 40 CFR 261.32. Presents waste-specific infor-
mation, treatment technologies, and performance data.
Explains EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA530-SW-88-031O)          08/15/1988
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for F006;
Addendum (Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for F006 waste waters.
Discusses F006 wastes, their generation, and industries
affected by LDRs.
(EPA530-SW-90-059M)          05/08/1990
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for K001
(Addendum) and U051  (Creosote) (Final)

Provides the Agency rationale and technical support for
revisions to numerical treatment standards for K001
wastes. Presents treatment standards for U051 (creosote).
Addendum to supporting BOAT background document
for K001 waste waters and nonwastewaters by providing
corrections to original K001 treatment standards and per-
formance data.
(EPA530-SW-90-059C)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K009
and K010 (Final)	

Gives EPA's technical support for selecting and develop-
ing treatment standards only for chloroform for K009-
K010 wastes. Sections 2 through 7 present waste-specific
information, applicable and demonstrated technologies,
available performance data, EPA determination of BDAT,
selection of regulated constituent, and determination of
treatment standards.
(EPA530-SW-89-048I)            06/15/1989
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K011,
K013, and K014 (Final)	

Presents EPA's technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for constituents regulated in
acrylonitrile nonwastewaters. Contains information rele-
vant to acrylonitrile waste waters. Presents waste-specific
information, waste treatment technologies, available per-
formance data, EPA determination of BDAT, selection of
constituents to be regulated, and treatment standards.
(EPA530-SW-89-048J)           06/15/1989
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for K011f
                  K013, and K014; Addendum for
                  Acrylonitrile Wastes (Final)	

                  Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
                  oping treatment standards for K011, K013, and K014.
                  Also provides the rationale for technologies evaluated in
                  the determination of BDAT for K011/K013/K014 waste
                  waters. Agency regulates five BDATs as are regulated in
                  nonwastewaters: acetonitrile, acrylonitrile, acrylamide,
                  benzene, and cyanide. Standards are based on the treat-
                  ment performance of wet air oxidation. Table 1-1 pre-
                  sents treatment standards for K011/K013/K014 waste
                  waters.
                  (EPA530-SW-90-059O)           05/08/1990
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT)  Background Document for K015
                  (Final)	

                  Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
                  ing constituents to be regulated in K015 waste. Also pro-
                  vides rationale and support for developing treatment
                  standards for regulated constituents. Provides waste
                  characterization data to serve as the basis for determin-
                  ing whether variances are warranted.
                  (EPA530-SW-88-031A)           08/08/1988
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT)  Background Document for K015;
                  Addendum (Final)	

                  Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
                  ing constituents to be regulated for K015 nonwaste-
                  waters, and for developing BDAT treatment standards
                  for regulated constituents. Addendum to supporting
                  document for K015 dated August 1988, which contains
                  most recent information regarding untreated K015 waste
                  and K015 wastewater standards.
                  (EPA530-SW-90-059D)           05/08/1990
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K016f
K018f K019, K020, and K030 (Final)

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated for K016, K018 through
K020, and K030 wastes. Also provides support for devel-
oping treatment standards for regulated wastes' con-
stituents. Gives waste characterization information to
serve in determining whether variance is warranted for
particular wastes.
(EPA530-SW-88-031B)           08/15/1988
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K024
(Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K024 waste. Also pro-
vides a rationale for developing treatment standards for
regulated constituents. Provides waste characterization
and treatment information that serves as a basis for
determining whether variances are warranted.
(EPA530-SW-88-031H)           08/15/1988
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K021
(Final)	

Provides EPA's technical support and rationale for select-
ing and developing treatment standards for constituents
to be regulated for K021 waste (aqueous-spent antimony
catalyst waste from fluoromethanes production).
Discusses technologies used to treat waste and treatment
standards.
(EPA530-SW-90-059F)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K022
(Non-CBI Version) (Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing treatment standards for nonwaste-
water forms of K022 as identified in 40 CFR 261.32.
Presents waste-specific information, the technologies
used to treat wastes, and performance data. Explains
EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA530-SW-88-031Q)          08/15/1988
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K022;
Amendment (Final)	

Presents EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents for regulation in wastewater forms of
K022. Discusses the technologies used to treat waste and
treatment standards.
(EPA530-SW-90-060I)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K031,
K084, K101, K102, Characteristic Arsenic
Wastes (D004), Characteristic Selenium
Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes
Containing Arsenic and Selenium  Listing
Constituents (Final)      	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping regulatory standards for certain wastes containing
arsenic and selenium. Presents data regarding industries
affected by LDRs, brief descriptions of waste-generating
processes, and waste characterization data. Discusses the
technologies used to treat wastes and the treatment stan-
dards.
(EPA530-SW-90-059A)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K037
(Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing treatment standards for K037 waste as
identified in 40 CFJR Part 261.32. Presents waste-specific
information, treatment technologies, and performance
data. Explains EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA530-SW-88-031I)           08/15/1988
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K037;
Amendment (Final)	
Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for revis-
ing BDAT for regulated constituents in K037 waste
waters and for developing treatment standards for con-
stituents. Includes performance data for wastewater con-
stituents parathion and toluene.
(EPA530-SW-90-060O)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K043
(Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing proposed treatment standards for
K043 as identified in 40 CFR Part 261.32. Presents waste-
specific information, discusses technologies used to treat
waste, and gives performance data. Explains EPA's
BDAT determination.
(EPA530-SW-89-048L)           06/15/1989
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K046
Nonreactive Subcategory (Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K046 waste and for
developing treatment standard for regulated con-
stituents. Gives waste characterization information that
serves as a basis for determining whether variances are
warranted.
(EPA530-SW-88-031J)            08/15/1988
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for K046;
                  Addendum (Final)	

                  Provides EPA's technical support and rationale for devel-
                  oping regulatory standards for K046 wastes. Discusses
                  waste generation and industries affected by LDRs, plus
                  technologies to treat waste and treatment standards.
                  Identifies applicable treatment technologies. Includes
                  performance data on untreated and treated waste con-
                  centrations for various constituents and waste character-
                  istics that affect performance of treatment technology.
                  Appendix shows determination of nonreactive and reac-
                  tive forms of K046.
                  (EPA530-SW-90-059J)           05/08/1990
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for K048,
                  K049, K050, K051, and K052 (Final)

                  Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
                  ing constituents regulated in K048 through K052 wastes
                  and for developing treatment standards for constituents.
                  Provides waste characterization information for deter-
                  mining whether variances might be warranted for partic-
                  ular wastes. Explains EPA's determination of BDAT,
                  selection of constituents to be regulated, and the calcula-
                  tion of treatment standards.
                  (EPA530-SW-88-031C)           08/15/1988
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for K048,
                  K049f K050, K051, and K052; Amendment
                  (Final)	

                  Presents K048 to K052 solvent extraction and incinera-
                  tion scrubber water data used to develop treatment stan-
                  dards for nonwastewaters. Presents K048 incinerator
                  scrubber water data used to develop treatment standards
                  for cyanide in wastewaters. Provides EPA's rationale and
                  technical support for developing, adding, and deleting
                  various treatment standards for K048 through K052. Also
                  provides rationale and support for selecting cyanide as a
                  regulated constituent and developing treatment stan-
                  dards for cyanide in wastewater forms of K048 to K052.
                  (EPA530-SW-90-060R)           05/08/1990
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for K060
(Final)	

Provides EPA's technical support and rationale for select-
ing and developing proposed treatment standards for
constituents to be regulated in K060 waste. Explains how
EPA determines BOAT, selects constituents for regula-
tion, and calculates treatment standards. Sections 2
through 7 describe waste-specific information and the
technologies used to treat waste.
(EPA530-SW-90-059H)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K061
(Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K061 waste and for
developing treatment standards for regulated constituents.
Provides waste characterization and treatment informa-
tion that serves as a basis for determining whether vari-
ances might be warranted.
(EPA530-SW-88-031D)           08/15/1988
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K061;
Addendum (Final)	

Presents technical support and rationale for promulga-
tion of treatment standards for K061 wastewaters. Issued
as an addendum to the August 1988, background docu-
ment for K061. Promulgates standards for four BDAT
metal constituents (cadmium, chromium, lead, and nick-
el) regulated in K061 nonwastewaters. Treatment stan-
dards for K061 waste waters are included.
(EPA530-SW-90-059I)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K062
(Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing treatment standards for K062 wastes
as identified in 40 CFR Part 261.32. Presents waste-specific
information, technologies used to treat waste, and perfor-
mance data. Explains EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA530-SW-88-031E)           08/15/1988
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K071
(Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K071 waste and for
developing treatment standards for regulated constituents.
Provides waste characterization and treatment information
for determining whether variance might be warranted.
(EPA530-SW-88-031F)           08/08/1988
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K073
(Final)	

Provides EPA's technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for constituents to be regulated
in K073 waste. Section 2 presents waste-specific informa-
tion. Section 3 discusses technologies used to treat wastes,
and Section 4 presents available performance data. Section
5 explains EPA's determination of BDAT. Selection of con-
stituents to be regulated is discussed in Section 6.
Treatment standards are determined in Section 7.
(EPA530-SW-90-059E)           05/08/1990
                                                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                                                   (BDAT) Background Document for K086
                                                   Solvent Wash (Final)	

                                                   Provides Agency rationale and technical support for
                                                   selecting and developing treatment standards for K086
                                                   solvent waste wash as identified in 40 CFR 261.32.
                                                   Presents waste-specific information, technologies used to
                                                   treat wastes, and available performance data. Explains
                                                   EPA's BDAT determination.
                                                   (EPA530-SW-88-031N)           08/15/1988
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for K086
(Ink Formulation Equipment Cleaning
Wastes); Addendum  (Final)	

Provides EPA's technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for constituents to be regulat-
ed in K086 waste. Such constituents are defined as sol-
vents, caustic, or water washes and sludges from clean-
ing tubs, equipment used in the formulation of ink from
pigments or driers, as well as soaps and stabilizers con-
taining chromium and lead. Additional data were
obtained by the Agency about caustic washes and
sludges. Solvent wash sludges also are presented.
(EPA530-SW-90-Q59G)          05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for K087
(Final)	
Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K087 wastes and also
for developing treatment standards for regulated con-
stituents. Provides waste characterization information for
determining whether variances are warranted.
(EPA530-SW-88-Q31M)           08/08/1988
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K099
(Final)	
Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K099 waste as well as
for developing treatment standards for regulated con-
stituents. Provides waste characterization data for deter-
mining whether treatment variances are warranted.
(EPA530-SW-88-031S)           08/15/1988
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for K101
                  and K102 Low Arsenic Subcategory (Final)
                  Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
                  ing constituents to be regulated in K101 and K102 wastes
                  and also for developing treatment standards for regulated
                  constituents. Provides waste characterization information
                  for determining whether variances might be granted.
                  (EPA530-SW-88-031K)           08/15/1988
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for K103
                  and K104 (Final)	

                  Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
                  ing constituents to be regulated in K103 and K104 wastes
                  and also for developing treatment standards for regulat-
                  ed constituents. Provides waste characterization and
                  treatment information that determine whether variances
                  are warranted.  (EPA530-SW-88-031G)
                                                08/15/1988
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for
                  Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,  K106,
                  P065, P092, and U151) (Final)	

                  Presents EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
                  oping regulatory treatment standards for mercury-con-
                  taining wastes coded D009, K106, P065, P092, and U151.
                  Section 2 describes industries affected and Section 3
                  specifies applicable and demonstrated treatment tech-
                  nologies. Section 4 contains performance data and
                  Section 5 analyzes performance data to determine BDAT
                  for each waste. Section 6 presents rationale for selection
                  of regulated constituents. BDAT treatment standards and
                  calculation are presented in Section 7.
                  (EPA530-SW-90-059Q)           05/08/1990
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for Newly
Listed Refinery Wastes: F037 and F038
(Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing the constituents regulated for F037 and F038 wastes,
generated by the petroleum refining industry. Describes
the petroleum refining industry. Includes waste charac-
terization data. Discusses applicable and demonstrated
treatment technologies.
(EPA530-R-95-024)              06/30/1992
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Newly
Listed Wastes: K107, K108, K109f K110,
K111, K112f U328, U353, K117f K118,
K136, K123, K124, K125f K126, K131,
K132f U359 (Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for
developing BDAT treatment standards for 1,1-
Dimethylhydrazine production wastes; dinitrotoluene
and toluenediamine production wastes; ethylene dibro-
mide production wastes; ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid
production wastes; methyl bromide production wastes,
and 2-Ethoxyethanol waste. Includes waste characteriza-
tion data. Discusses applicable and demonstrated treat-
ment technologies.
(EPA530-R-95-025)              06/30/1992
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Organic Toxicity Characteristic Wastes
D018-D043 and Addendum to
Nonwastewater Forms of Pesticide
Toxicity Characteristic Wastes  D012-D017
(Final) _

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping BDAT treatment standards for both nonwaste-
water and wastewater forms of the organic toxicity char-
acteristic wastes (D018 through D043). Provides revisions
to the nonwastewater BDAT treatment standard for D015
and treatment standards for newly identified D012
through D017 wastes identified as hazardous by the
TCLP but not by the extraction procedure.
(EPA530-R-95-031)             07/15/1994
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Organophosphorus Wastes, K036
Nonwastewaters; Amendment (Final)

Discusses incineration for treating disulfoton, a proposed
constituent in K036 nonwastewaters. Determines inciner-
ation as the best available technology, and gives EPA's
rationale for transferring treatment data for incineration
of K037 to K036 nonwastewater streams.
(EPA530-SW-90-060N)          05/08/1990
                                                 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                                                 (BDAT) Background Document for
                                                 Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-K040,
                                                 and Various P and U Codes (Final)	

                                                 Provides EPA's technical support for selecting and devel-
                                                 oping treatment standards for constituents to be regulat-
                                                 ed in Organophosphorus wastes. Section 2 includes waste
                                                 specific information, and Section 3 describes applicable
                                                 and demonstrated treatment technologies. Section 4 pre-
                                                 sents available performance data, and Section 5 explains
                                                 EPA's determination of BDAT. Section 6 presents support
                                                 for the selection of constituents to be regulated, and
                                                 Section 7 contains treatment standards.
                                                 (EPA530-SW-89-048G)           06/15/1989
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT)  Background Document for P and
U Thallium Wastes (Final)	

Presents waste-specific information for thallium-containing
waters. Also provides the number and location of facilities
affected by LDRs, waste-generating processes, and waste
characterization data. Discusses technologies used to treat
waste and provides available performance data, including
data on which treatment standards are based. Explains
EPA's BOAT determination.
(EPA530-SW-90-059R)           05/08/1990
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for Silver-
                   Containing Wastes D011, P099f P104 (Final)

                   Determines that D011 wastes represent one treatability
                   group for nonwastewaters and another treatability group
                   for waste waters based on physical and chemical charac-
                   teristics. EPA examines sources of wastes, specific simi-
                   larities in waste composition, applicable and demonstrat-
                   ed treatment technologies, and attainable treatment per-
                   formance standards to support a simplified regulatory
                   approach for silver-containing wastes.
                   (EPA530-SW-90-059X)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Phthalate Wastes,  K023, K093, K094f and
Various P and U Codes (Final)	
Provides EPA's technical  support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for constituents regulated in
phthalate wastes as identified in 40 Part CFR 261.32
through 261.33. Presents waste-specific data, technolo-
gies used to treat wastes, and available performance
data. Explains EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA530-SW-89-048H)           06/15/1989
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Quality
Assurance/Quality Control Procedures and
Methodology (Final)	

Provides EPA's approach for implementing the LDR pro-
gram regarding how treatment standards were developed
for earlier rules. Also describes how EPA intends to col-
lect and evaluate treatment data to develop treatment
standards on future rules. Presents the Quality Assurance
Project Plan, the methodology used for establishing treat-
ment standards, a summarization of the treatment stan-
dards for the Solvents and Dioxins Rule, California List
Rule, and First, Second, and Third Third Rules.
(EPA530-R-92-002)              10/23/1991
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for Spent
                   Potliners From Primary Aluminum
                   Reduction K088 (Final)	

                   Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
                   oping BDAT treatment standards for spent potliners from
                   primary aluminum reduction coded as K088. Discusses
                   the regulation of both nonwastewater and wastewater
                   forms of K088 by establishing BDAT treatment standards
                   numerically equivalent to universal treatment standards.
                   Summarizes the BDAT treatment standards, the basis for
                   listing spent potliners as hazardous, and how BDAT treat-
                   ment standards reflect the goals of the LDR program.
                   Describes the industry and processes generating K088
                   and presents data characterizing these wastes. Explains
                   the methodology and rationale for the selection of the
                   regulated constituents, discusses treatment technologies
                   for these wastes, and examines potential reuse and recy-
                   cling, source reduction, pollution prevention, and waste
                   minimization alternatives.
                   (EPA530-R-96-015)              02/29/1996
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for
                   Stripping Still Tails From the Production
                   of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026 (Final)
                   Provides EPA's reasons and support for developing stan-
                   dards. Gives waste characterization data that serve as a
                   basis for determining whether a variance from treatment
                   standard might be warranted for a particular type of K026.
                   (EPA530-SW-90-060L)           05/08/1990
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Toxicity Characteristic Metal Wastes
D004-D011; Proposed	

Provides the EPA's rationale and technical support for
developing BDAT treatment standards for both nonwaste-
water and wastewater forms of the eight toxicity character-
istic metal wastes: arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium,
lead, mercury, selenium, and silver. Describes industries
affected and provides waste characterization information.
(EPA530-R-97-033)             07/26/1995
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and
P Wastes and Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume A: Wastewater Forms of
Organic U and P Wastes and Multisource
Leachate (F039) for Which There Are
Concentration-Based Treatment Standards

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping concentration-based treatment standards for multi-
source leachates and organic U and P wastes amenable to
quantification in hazardous waste matrices. Standards
are applicable to wastes listed as well as wastes generat-
ed by management and treatment of listed waste.
Treatment standards are specified for nonwastewater
and wastewater forms of listed hazardous wastes.
(EPA530-SW-90-060F)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and
P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039)f
Volume B: U and P Wastewaters and
Nonwastewaters with Methods of
Treatment as Treatment Standards	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for U and P wastes with meth1
ods of treatment as BDAT treatment standards. Standards
are applicable to wastes as listed in 40 CFR 261.33 (e) and
(f) and wastes generated by management or treatment of
listed wastes. Treatment standards are specified for both
nonwastewater and wastewater forms of the listed haz-
ardous waste. Waste waters defined as containing less
than 1 percent (weight basis) total suspended solids and
less than 1 percent (weight basis) total organic carbon.
(EPA530-SW-90-060G)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and
P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
Volume C: Nonwastewater Forms of
Organic U and P Wastes and Multisource
Leachate  (F039) for Which There Are
Concentration-Based Treatment
Standards	
Provides a description of industries affected by LDRs,
processes that are generating wastes, and available waste
characterization data. Includes EPA's rationale for com-
bining waste codes into 12 treatability groups. The ratio-
nale for identifying BDAT wastes also is presented. Gives
data used for calculating and determining treatment
standards.
(EPA530-SW-90-060B)          05/08/1990
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for U and
P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
Volume D: Reactive U and P Wastewaters
and Nonwastewaters	
Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for develop-
ing treatment standards for U and P wastes with reactive
listing constituents. Standards are specified for nonwaste-
water and waste water forms of each listed hazardous .
waste. Waste waters are defined as wastes containing less
than 1 percent (weight basis) total suspended solids and
less than 1 percent (weight basis) total organic carbon.
(EPA530-SW-90-060C)'           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for U and
P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
Volume E: U and P Gaseous Wastes	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for devel-
oping method-based treatment standards for three
gaseous U and P wastes: ethylene oxide (U115), nitric
oxide (P076), and nitrogen dioxide (P078). Standards are
applicable to wastes both listed and generated by man-
agement. Standards are specified for both nonwaste-
water and wastewater forms of listed hazardous wastes.
Waste waters are defined as wastes containing less than 1
percent (weight basis) total suspended solids and less
than 1 percent (weight basis) total organic carbon.
(EPA530-SW-90-060S)           05/08/1990
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for
                  Universal Standards; Volume A: Universal
                  Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of
                  Listed  Hazardous Wastes (Final)	

                  Defines universal treatment standard as a single concen-
                  tration-based treatment standard established for a specif-
                  ic constituent, which has the same treatment standard in
                  each waste code in which it is regulated. Establishes two
                  different sets of universal standards: one for nonwaste-
                  water forms of wastes and one for waste-water forms of
                  wastes. Provides EPA's rationale and technical support
                  for selecting the constituents for regulation under univer-
                  sal standards and for developing the universal standards
                  for nonwastewater forms of listed hazardous wastes.
                  Establishes universal standards for 185 organic con-
                  stituents and 14 metal constituents in nonwastewater
                  forms of listed hazardous wastes. Identifies applicable
                  and demonstrated treatment technologies.
                  (EPA530-R-95-032)              07/15/1994
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for
                  Universal Standards; Volume B: Universal
                  Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed
                  Hazardous Wastes (Final)	

                  Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
                  ing the constituents for regulation under universal stan-
                  dards and for developing the universal standards for
                  wastewater forms of listed hazardous wastes. Establishes
                  universal standards for 195 organic constituents and 13
                  metal constituents in wastewater forms of listed haz-
                  ardous wastes. Identifies applicable and demonstrated
                  treatment technologies.
                  (EPA530-R-95-033)              07/15/199
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Vanadium-Containing Wastes P119 and
P120 (Final)	

Presents waste-specific information for P119 and P120
wastes. Gives the number and locations of facilities affect-
ed by LDRs, waste-generating processes, and waste char-
acterization data. Discusses technologies used to treat
wastes (or similar wastes). Presents available perfor-
mance data, including data upon which treatment stan-
dards are based. Explains EPA's determination of BDAT.
(EPA530-SW-90-059S)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
From the Production  of Chlorinated
Aliphatics F025 (Final)	

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in F025 and for develop-
ing treatment standards. Includes applicable waste-
specific information and demonstrated technologies, and
a summary of available performance data. Explains
EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA530-SW-90-060A)          05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
From the Production of Chlorinated
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024 (Final)

Provides EPA standards and technical support for select-
ing constituents regulated in F024 and also for develop-
ing treatment standards as required under 40 CFR Part
261.31. Explains determination of BDAT and calculates
the treatment standards.
(EPA530-SW-89-048M)          05/15/1989
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
From the Production  of Chlorinated
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024;
Amendment (Final) _

Gives F024 incinerator ash stabilization data, plus EPA's
reasons. for selecting metal constituents to be regulated in
nonwastewater forms of F024. Also provides reasons for
deleting chlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans
as regulated constituents in F024. Details the approach
used in developing treatment standards for metal con-
stituents in nonwastewater forms of F024.
(EPA530-SW-90-060Q)          05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
From the Production  of Dinitrotoluene,
Toluenediamine, and Toluene
Diisocyanate, K027, K111-K116, U221,
and U223 (Final) _

Provides EPA's treatment standards for the wastes identi-
fied in 40 CFR Part 261.32 and 40 CFR Part 261.33,
known as K027, K113 through K116, U221, and U223.
Explains EPA's BDAT determination, selection of con-
stituents to be regulated, and calculation of treatment
standards.
(EPA530-SW-89-048O)           05/15/1989
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
from the Production of Epichlorohydrin,
K017 (Final) _ __

Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents for regulation in K017 and for develop-
ing treatment standards. Provides waste characterization
data for determining whether variances from treatment
is warranted in particular cases. Includes waste-specific
information.
(EPA530-SW-90-060D)          05/08/1990
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
from the Production of 1,1,1-
Trichloroethane,  K028, K029, K095,  and
K096 (Final)	
Provides EPA's rationale and technical standards for
selecting constituents regulated in K028, K029, K095,
K096, and K028. Also provides background on develop-
ing treatment standards as identified in 40 CFR Part
261.32. Provides waste-specific information.
(EPA530-SW-89-048N)           05/25/1989
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
from the Production of 1,1,1-
Trichloroethane,  K028, K029, K095,  and
K096; Amendment (Final)	

Evaluates treatment performance data from the stabiliza-
tion of ash from incineration of F024. EPA modifies treat-
ment standards for metals in K028 nonwastewaters.
Provides rationale and technical support for selecting
metal constituents for regulation in K028 nonwaste-
waters, and for selecting organic constituents for regulat-
ing K029, K095, and K096 waste waters.
(EPA53Q-SW-90-06QE)           05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Wastewater Treatment Sludges
Generated in the Production of Creosote
K035 (Final)	
Provides EPA's rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents for regulation in K035 and for develop-
ing treatment standards for constituents. Provides waste
characterization data for determining whether variances
from treatment standards might be warranted.
(EPA530-SW-90-060M)          05/08/1990
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Document for Wood
                  Preserving Wastes: F032, F034, and F035
                  (Final)	

                  Provides EPA's rationale and technical suppo'rt for devel-
                  oping BDAT treatment standards for wastes generated
                  during application of wood preservatives, F032, F034,
                  and F035 under the LDR program. Presents characteriza-
                  tion data that may serve as a basis for determining
                  whether a variance from the applicable treatment stan-
                  dards is warranted. Describes the compliance treatment
                  standard alternative of combustion for the regulation of
                  dioxin and furan constituents in F032. Addresses univer-
                  sal treatment standards. Discusses debris and media con-
                  taminated with wood preserving wastes.
                  (EPA530-R-97-026)             04/15/1997
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Documents for First
                  Third Wastes; Final Rule (Complete Set)

                  Supports the final LDR rule for First Third wastes.
                  Estimates quantities of wastes that require alternative
                  treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses capac-
                  ity analyses developed for wastes covered by previous
                  rules. Discusses quantities of the First Third wastes affect-
                  ed by proposed rules. Data were obtained from results of
                  the National Survey of Hazardous Waste TSDR Facilities.
                  (EPA530-SW-88-031)           08/15/1988
                  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Background Documents for
                  Second Third Wastes; Final  Rule
                  (Complete Set)	

                  Supports the final LDR rule for Second Third wastes.
                  Estimates quantities of wastes that require alternative
                  treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses
                  capacity analyses developed for wastes covered by previ-
                  ous rules. Discusses quantities of the Second Third
                  wastes affected by proposed rules. Data were obtained
                  from results of the National Survey of Hazardous Waste
                  TSDR Facilities.
                  (EPA530-SW-89-048)            06/15/1989
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Documents for Third
Third Wastes; Final Rule (First Part of
Complete Set)	
Supports the final LDR rule for Third Third wastes.
Estimates quantities of wastes that require alternative treat-
ment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses capacity
analyses developed for wastes covered by previous rules.
Discusses quantities of the Third Third wastes affected by
proposed rules. Data were obtained from results of the
National Survey of Hazardous Waste TSDR Facilities.
(EPA530-SW-90-059)             05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Documents for Third
Third Wastes; Final Rule (Second Part of
Complete Set)	
Supports the final LDR rule for Third Third wastes.
Estimates quantities of wastes that require alternative treat-
ment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses capacity
analyses developed for wastes covered by previous rules.
Discusses quantities of the Third Third wastes affected by
proposed rules. Data were obtained from results of the
National Survey of Hazardous Waste TSDR Facilities.
(EPA530-SW-90-060)             05/08/1990
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Documents for
Wastes for Which Wastewater Treatment
Standards Were Determined Based on
Concentrations in Incinerator  Scrubber
Water: K015f K016,  K018, K019, K020f
K023, K024, K028, K030, K048, K049,
K050, K051, K052, K087, K093, K094,
U028, U069, U088, U102, U107,  and  U190
(Final Amendments) 	
Revises treatment standards for organic constituents reg-
ulated in wastewater forms of the hazardous wastes list-
ed in the title. Bases treatment standards on available
wastewater treatment performance data rather than con-
centrations in incinerator scrubber water. Supplement dis-
cussions are provided in background documents: BDAT
Background Document for K015; BDAT Background
Document for K016, K018, K019, K020, and K030; BDAT
Background Document for Phthalate Wastes; BDAT
Background Document for K024; BDAT Background
Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-
Trichloroethane; BDAT Background Document for K048-
K052; and BDAT Background Document for K087.
(EPA530-R-95-029)               06/30/1992
                                                  Best Management Practices (BMPs) for
                                                  Soil Treatment Technologies: Suggested
                                                  Operational Guidelines to Prevent Cross-
                                                  Media Transfer of Contaminants during
                                                  Cleanup Activities	

                                                  Provides guidance on how to design and conduct soil
                                                  remediation activities at RCRA and other hazardous
                                                  waste sites so that transfers of contaminants from conta-
                                                  minated soil to other media (i.e., clean soil, air, and sur-
                                                  face or groundwater) are minimized. Outlines the specif-
                                                  ic potential cross-media concerns for specific activities
                                                  and recommends approaches for preventing cross-media
                                                  transfer of contaminants. Addresses BMPs applicable
                                                  across a broad range of remedial activities and most
                                                  remediation technologies. Offers information on control
                                                  technologies that can be used in conjunction with BMPs.
                                                  Presents technology-specific BMPs for seven technology
                                                  categories: containment technologies, soil washing, ther-
                                                  mal treatment, vapor extraction, bioremediation, inciner-
                                                  ation treatment, and other physical/chemical treatments.
                                                  Includes case studies and list of acronyms.
                                                                                05/15/1997
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*Better Rules for Zinc Fertilizer Recycling
Fact sheet announcing EPA's decision to improve regula-
tory controls on the practice of recycling zinc in haz-
ardous waste to make micronutrient fertilizers. Only
available on the Internet at . -
                               07/15/2002
Beyond  RCRA: Prospects for Wastes
and Materials Management in the
Year 2020	
Examines how the RCRA program could and should
evolve to meet the challenges and opportunities of the
new century. Explores the future of waste and materials
management in the United States.
                                08/15/2002
Biosolids Generation, Use, and Disposal in
the United States	

Defines biosolids as the solid organic matter produced
from municipal wastewater treatment processes that can
be beneficially used, especially as a soil amendment.
Summarizes the various treatment, use, and disposal
practices for biosolids and includes brief references to
regulatory requirements. Provides estimates of the
amount of biosolids generated, recovered, and disposed
of in the U.S. Discusses current and possible future
trends in the generation, use, and disposal of biosolids
through 2010. Outlines beneficial uses of biosolids,
addresses concerns about beneficial use, and presents
several case studies that illustrate a variety of successful
biosolids management programs. Appendix provides
methodology used and detailed results of data analyses.
Includes tables and figures.
                                09/15/2999
                   Building  Savings: Strategies for Waste
                   Reduction of Construction and
                   Demolition Debris from Buildings	
                   A fact sheet packet aimed at local governments that want
                   to encourage more building-related construction and
                   demolition debris recovery, building owners and devel-
                   opers interested in green building design, and building
                   contractors seeking a competitive edge. Explains what
                   construction and demolition debris are. Describes how
                   these materials are recovered including reuse and recy-
                   cling, and the benefits of recovering them. Answers fre-
                   quently asked questions about construction and demoli-
                   tion debris recovery. Also highlights model programs.
                                                   06/25/2000
                   Business Guide for Reducing  Solid Waste

                   Offers step-by-step instructions designed to assist medi-
                   um and large businesses, governments, and other organi-
                   zations in establishing waste reduction programs.
                   Provides an overview on developing and implementing
                   such programs as well as worksheets to help the waste
                   reduction team conduct a waste assessment and devise a
                   program tailored to its company's specific goals.
                   Appendices include waste reduction ideas, regional EPA
                   and state waste reduction program contacts, a glossary, a
                   volume-to-weight conversion table, and a list of common
                   recyclable materials.
                                                   09/15/1993
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Capacity Analysis for Land Disposal
Restrictions-Phase IV: Newly Identified
Toxicity  Characteristic Metal Wastes and
Mineral  Processing Wastes (Final Rule);
Background Document	

Presents the capacity analysis EPA conducted on surface-
disposed wastes to support the Phase IV LDR rulemak-
ing. Provides estimates of the quantities of wastes that
will require alternative commercial treatment prior to
land disposal, and estimates alternative treatment capaci-
ty available to manage wastes restricted from land dis-
posal. Discusses the methodology EPA used in estimat-
ing required commercial treatment capacity. Details the
capacity analysis for toxicity characteristic metal wastes
and the newly identified mineral processing wastes.
Appendices include data on stabilization capacity, phone
logs regarding metals recovery capacity, data on vitrifica-
tion capacity, 1995 BRS data on toxicity characteristic
metal wastes managed on-site and off-site, and soil  treat-
ment capacity.
(EPA530-R-99-024)               04/15/1998
Case of the Broken Loop	

This activity book for grades 4-6 is part of the Planet
Protectors Club Kit. Students follow the detective through
word scrambles, a crossword puzzle, and matching
games to learn about reducing waste and to track down
the Garbage Gremlin. Also available in Spanish.
                                09/15/1998
El Caso del Circulo Roto (Spanish
Translation of Case of the Broken Loop)

Este libro de actividad para grades 4-6 es parte del Club
de los Protectores del Planeta. Los estudiantes siguen al
detective a travez de revoltijos de palabras, un crucigra-
ma de palabras, pistas ocultas, y juegos de compara-
ciones para aprender mas sobre la reduction de los dese-
chos y atrapar al Monstruo de la Basura.
                               15/09/2998
                                                     Census of State and Territorial  Subtitle D
                                                     Non-Hazardous Waste Programs	

                                                     Summarizes the findings of census information from
                                                     state and territorial Subtitle D nonhazardous waste pro-
                                                     grams. Describes background, objectives, methods,
                                                     results, and conclusions of census, including state organi-
                                                     zational structures and resources for Subtitle D pro-
                                                     grams. Also includes information on the total number of
                                                     basic characteristics of Subtitle D facilities and data on
                                                     regulatory programs.
                                                     (EPA530-SW-86-039)             10/15/1986
                                                     Characterization of Building-Related
                                                     Construction and Demolition Debris in
                                                     the United States	

                                                     Characterizes the quantity and composition of building-
                                                     related C&D debris generated in the U.S. Summarizes
                                                     the waste management practices for this waste stream.
                                                     Focuses on building-related wastes, including construc-
                                                     tion, demolition, and renovation of residential and non-
                                                     residential buildings. Briefly addresses road and bridge
                                                     debris and land clearing debris. Discusses the generation
                                                     and management of C&D debris in the U.S. Appendices
                                                     contain calculations, state definitions for C&D debris,
                                                     and typical C&D debris constituents. Includes tables, fig-
                                                     ures, and bibliography.
                                                                                     06/15/2998
                                                     Characterization of Municipal Solid
                                                     Waste in the United States,  1960-2000

                                                     Summarizes historical MSW quantities and the composi-
                                                     tion of waste from 1960 to 1986, with projections to 2000.
                                                     Material flows methodology developed by EPA in the
                                                     1970s is used to make estimates.
                                                                                     07/25/1986
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Characterization of Municipal Waste
Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and
Leachates	

Characterizes municipal waste combustion ash, laborato-
ry extracts of the ash, and leachates from ash disposal
facilities. Combined bottom and fly ash samples from
five state-of-the-art mass burn municipal waste combus-
tion facilities were collected. Results indicated low con-
centrations of dioxins and furans (PCDDs/PDPFs) and
Appendix IX semivolatile compounds. Levels for lead
and cadmium were frequently exceeded. One extract
exceeded mercury level, but no extract from other extrac-
tion procedures exceeded regulatory levels.
(EPA530-SW-90-029A)           03/15/1990
Characterization of Municipal Waste
Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and
Leachates; Executive Summary	

Outlines the characterization of municipal waste com-
bustion ash, ash extracts, and leachates study. See pre-
ceding abstract.
                              03/25/1990
Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates From MSW Landfills,  Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)

Supports EPA study of Subtitle D program. Principal
objective was to assist in the development of data to
evaluate potential health and environmental effects of
leachate from municipal landfills. Baseline data include a
range of concentrations of organics and inorganics in fly
ash, bottom ash, and combined ash.
(EPA530-SW-87-028)             10/15/1987
                   Characterization of MWC Ashes and
                   Leachates From MSW Landfills, Monofills,
                   and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume I: Summary

                   Supports an EPA study of the Subtitle D program.
                   Principal objective was to assist in the development of
                   data to evaluate potential health and environmental
                   effects of leachate from municipal landfills. Baseline data
                   include a range of concentrations of organics and inor-
                   ganics in fly ash, bottom ash, and combined ash.
                   (EPA530-SW-87-028A)            10/15/1987
                   Characterization of MWC Ashes and
                   Leachates From MSW Landfills, Monofills,
                   and  Co-Disposal Sites; Volume II: Leachate
                   Baseline Report; Determination of
                   Municipal Landfill Leachate
                   Characteristics	

                   Supports an EPA study of the Subtitle D program.
                   Principal objective was to assist in the development of
                   data to evaluate potential health and environmental
                   effects of leachate from municipal landfills. Summarizes
                   existing leachate characteristic data including concentra-
                   tions of organic and inorganic parameters.
                   (EPA530-SW-87-028B)           10/15/1987
                   Characterization of MWC Ashes and
                   Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
                   and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume Hi:
                   Addendum to Characterization of
                   Municipal Landfill Leachates; A Literature
                   Review	

                   Summarizes the findings from literature on leachate pro-
                   duction at MSW landfills. Summarizes information
                   found on factors influencing quantity and quality of
                   leachates generated at Subtitle D municipal landfills.
                   Presents data generated on the composition of actual
                   leachates and leachates formulated under test conditions
                   (extracts).
                   (EPA530-SW-87-028C)           10/15/1987
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Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills,  Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume IV:
Characterization of Municipal Waste
Combustion  Residues and Their
Leachates; A Literature Review	___

Reviews literature and results of research conducted for
EPA. Covers the results of research. Data address envi-
ronmental issues associated with contaminant discharges
from municipal waste combustor residues  into environ-
mental media. Addresses potential discharges of
leachates into soil, ground water, and surface water.
Describes the chemical characteristics of fly ash, bottom
ash, and combined ashes, and characteristics of extracts
and leachates.
(EPA530-SW-87-028D)           10/15/1987
Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates From MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume V:
Characterization of Municipal Waste
Combustor Residues	

Describes planning, sampling, and analysis activities.
Summarizes the results of chemical analyses performed
on fly ash, bottom ash, and laboratory-prepared
leachates of both types of ash. Evaluates results of analy-
ses pertinent to municipal waste combustion facility
design and operation, variations among leachate prepa-
ration procedures, and characterization of residues.
(EPA530-SW-87-028E)           10/15/1987
Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume VI:
Characterization of Leachates From
Municipal Waste Disposal Sites and Co-
Disposal Sites	

Characterizes leachates from municipal waste disposal
sites and co-disposal sites. Prepared to provide support
to EPA's study of 40 CFR Part 268 Subtitle D program.
Develops data to evaluate potential effects on humans
and the environment from leachates generated by land-
fills. Volume VI of VII.
(EPA530-SW-87-028F)           10/15/1987
Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume VII:
Addendum to Monofill  Report	

Includes conventional parameters in leachates from
monofills and in quench waters with landfill samplings
from several sites. Addendum is Volume VII of VII.
(EPA530-SW-87-028G)           10/15/1987



Characterization of Products Containing
Lead and Cadmium in Municipal Solid
Waste in the  United States, 1970 to 2000

Characterizes sources of lead and cadmium in products
disposed of in MSW between 1970 and 1986, with projec-
tions to year 2000. Findings include individual products
in MSW that contain lead such as lead-acid batteries,
consumer electronics, glass, and ceramics.
(EPA530-SW-89-015A)           01/15/1989
Characterization of Products Containing
Lead and Cadmium in Municipal Solid
Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000;
Executive Summary	^

Summarizes investigation of sources of lead and cadmi-
um products disposed of in MSW between 1970 and
1986, with projections to 2000. Lead and cadmium prod-
ucts include lead-acid batteries, household batteries, con-
sumer electronics, glass, ceramics, plastics, soldered cans,
and pigments.
                             01/15/1989
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Characterization of Products Containing
Lead and Cadmium in Municipal Solid
Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000;
Executive Summary and Chapter 1: Lead
and Cadmium in Municipal Solid Waste;
Overview and Summary	
Provides overview and summary of study investigating
sources of lead and cadmium products disposed of in
MSW between 1970 and 1986, with projections to 2000.
Lead and cadmium products include; lead-acid batteries,
household batteries, consumer electronics, glass, ceram-
ics, plastics, soldered cans, and pigments.
                              01/15/1989
Characterization of Products Containing
Mercury in Municipal Solid Waste in the
United States, 1970 to 2000	
Identifies the products in MSW that might contain mer-
cury and quantifies its presence in these products.
(EPA530-R-92-013)              04/15/1992
Characterization of Products Containing
Mercury in Municipal Solid Waste in the
United States, 1970 to 2000; Executive
Summary	
Identifies the products in MSW that might contain mer-
cury and quantifies its presence in these products.
                              04/15/1992
Charging Households for Waste
Collection and Disposal: The Effects of
Weight or Volume-Based Pricing on Solid
Waste Management	

Studies impact on households from weight- or volume-
based pricing for solid waste collection and disposal ser-
vices. Examines effect of unit pricing on waste genera-
tion and disposal behavior of households. Also examines
the effect of unit pricing on costs of managing solid
waste. Discusses the role of particular features of unit
pricing and other complementary programs in promot-
ing or mitigating different effects of unit pricing.
(EPA530-SW-90-047)            09/15/1990
                  Chemical, Physical, and Biological
                  Properties of Compounds Present at
                  Hazardous Waste Sites (Final Report)
                  Catalogs chemicals present at hazardous waste sites, pro-
                  filing and summarizing chemicals by physical and bio-
                  logical properties. Regulations, standards, and recom-
                  mended exposure levels pertaining to each chemical are
                  included in profiles.
                  (EPA530-SW-89-010)            09/27/1985
                  Climate Change and Waste (Kit
                  Folder)	

                  Describes the link between climate change and municipal
                  solid waste. Defines the greenhouse effect. Details the
                  consequences of climate change. Explains the benefits of
                  waste reduction on climate change. Contains eight fact
                  sheets, which are also available separately Pay-As-Yo«-
                  Throw: A Cooling Effect on Climate Change; Waste Wise:
                  Climate Benefits from Reducing Waste; Getting on the
                  Books with Waste Reduction; Moving Targets; Turning
                  Garbage into Gold; Cover Up with Compost; Recycling the
                  Hard Stuff; and Cutting-Edge Software to Cut Emissions.
                  Updates  information on the 1999 folder and the two fact
                  sheets produced in 1999.
                                                03/15/2003
                  Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface
                  Impoundments	

                  Presents closure plans and postclosure care considera-
                  tions and details for surface impoundments containing
                  hazardous wastes. Written for EPA regional offices or
                  state regulatory offices charged with evaluating and
                  approving closure plans for surface impoundments.
                  Describes and references methods, tests, and procedures
                  involved in closing a site.
                  (EPA SW-873)                  09/15/1982
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Closure/Postclosure and Financial
Responsibility Requirements for
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
and Disposal Facilities; Final  Rule;
Background Document	

Provides support for the final rule for closure and post-
closure care and financial responsibility requirements
applicable to owners and operators of hazardous waste
TSDFs. Includes background of the rulemaking proceed-
ing, public comments, and EPA responses.
(EPA530-SW-86-009)            04/15/1986
Closure/Postciosure Interim Status
Standards (40 CFR 265, Subpart G):
Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C,  Section 3004	

Assists regional offices in implementing regulations rele-
vant to closure and postclosure plans. Clarifies concepts,
definitions, and rationale behind requirements, and iden-
tifies major issues affecting closure and postclosure
requirements. Concentrates on closure plans specific to
six types of TSDFs: tanks, surface impoundments, land
treatment facilities, landfills,  incinerators, and multiple
process facilities.
(EPA SW-912)                  01/15/1984
*Coal Combustion Products
Partnership (C2P2)

Defines coal combustion products and addresses the
environmental, economic, and performance benefits of
using them. Describes the C2P2 Program. Only available
on the Internet at .
                              01/15/2003
Collecting Used Oil for Recycling/Reuse:
Tips for Consumers Who Change Their
Own Motor Oil and Oil  Filters	

Provides step-by-step instructions for changing motor oil,
recycling the used oil, and changing and recycling oil fil-
ters. Lists uses for recycled oil. Also available in Spanish.
                               03/15/1994
Collection Efficiency: Strategies for
Success	

Provides new strategies for improving collection efficien-
cy Discusses reducing collection frequency, automating
collection, decreasing fleet size with dual collection,
increasing employee productivity, and contracting and
competition.
                              12/15/1999
A Collection of Solid Waste Resources: Fall
2002 Edition (CD-ROM)	

Contains more than 250 publications developed by OSW.
Provides information on how to reduce, reuse, and recy-
cle trash and properly manage different forms of haz-
ardous and solid waste. Also includes educational mate-
rials and activities for kids, as well as resources for edu-
cators. Includes alphabetical and subject indices.
Provides full-text search capability across documents
using Adobe Acrobat reader with search plug-in. It is an
electronic reference containing key data related to house-
hold waste management.
                              09/15/2001
Combined NRC/EPA Siting Guidelines for
Disposal of Commercial Mixed Low-Level
Radioactive and  Hazardous Waste	

Explains combined Nuclear Regulatory Commission and
EPA siting guidelines for disposal of commercial mixed
low-level radioactive and hazardous waste. Specifically
calls attention to Section 5(e)(l)(B) requiring nonsited
compact or non-member states to develop siting plans
for disposal facilities.
                              06/29/1987
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Combustion of Hazardous Wastes
Containing Arsenic, Lead, and Mercury

Discusses the extent to which wastes containing arsenic,
lead, and mercury constituents are currently either
destroyed in incinerators or burned as fuel in BIFs.
Profiles these practices based on the type of combustion
facility and type of wastes burned.
                             05/15/1994
Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set

Outlines the commercial treatment and recovery capacity
database. Contains data sets on incineration and reuse of
fuel, as well as other treatment systems input in the data-
base. Data are derived from the National Survey of
Hazardous Waste TSDR Facilities.
(EPA530-SW-90-078)            05/08/1990
Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR
Survey Data Set	

Outlines the commercial treatment and recovery capacity
database. Contains data sets on incineration and reuse of
fuel, as well as other treatment systems input in the data-
base. Data are derived from the National Survey of
Hazardous Waste TSDR Facilities.
(EPA530-SW-89-058)            06/15/1989
Community-Based Environmental
Protection: OSWER Action Plan	

Defines community-based environmental protection as
addressing environmental problems in the context of the
community in which they occur. Identifies the five attrib-
utes of community-based environmental protection.
Describes OSWER current and near-term activities.
                              07/25/2994
                  Como Almacenar el Aceite Usado de
                  Motor (Spanish Translation of Storing
                  Used Motor Oil)	

                  El cartel esta disenado para los empleados de las esta-
                  ciones de gasolina en como almacenar correctamente el
                  aceite usado. En ingles en dorso.
                                               15/02/2003
                  Como Manejar el Aceite Usado de Motor:
                  Maneje el aceite usado de motor de man-
                  era segura (Spanish Translation of
                  Managing Used Oil: Handle Used Motor
                  Oil Safely)	

                  Una guia para los patrones y los encargados de estaciones
                  de gasolina. Delinea la gerencia apropiada del aceite usado
                  para prevenir limpiezas costosas. En ingles en dorso.
                                               25/02/2003
                  Como Manejar los Derrames de Aceite
                  Usado de Motor (Spanish Translation of
                  Managing Oil Spills)	

                  El cartel esta disenado para los empleados de las esta-
                  ciones de gasolina en como se maneja los escapes y los
                  derramamientos de aceite. En ingles en dorso.
                                               25/02/2003
                  Compilation of Current Practices at Land
                  Disposal  Facilities: Summary of Liner  and
                  Leak Detection Designs, Action Leakage
                  Rates, Response Action Plans, and
                  Management of Liquids in Landfills

                  Summarizes results of a nationwide evaluation of haz-
                  ardous waste land disposal facility permits. Presents
                  information on liners, leak detection systems, and the
                  treatment of liquids and use of absorbents at landfills.
                  Identifies current designs and operational practices of
                  land disposal facilities.
                  (EPA530-R-92-003)             02/25/2992
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 Compilation of Persons Who Design, Test,
 Inspect, and Install Storage Tank Systems

 Lists individuals and companies who provide one or
 more of the following services; assessment of the integri-
 ty of an existing tank system by an independent, quali-
 fied, registered professional engineer; assessments of
 new tank system design by independent, qualified, regis-
 tered professional engineer; determination of the corro-
 sion potential by an independent corrosion expert; and
 inspections for installation of new tank systems by an
 independent, qualified installation inspector or an inde-
 pendent, qualified, registered professional engineer.
 (EPA530-SW-88-019)             02/29/1988
 Compost—New Applications for an Age-
 Old Technology (Kit Folder)	

 Addresses the environmental benefits of using compost:
 soil enrichment, pollution remediation, and pollution
 prevention. Contains a series of fact sheets: Innovative
 Uses of Compost: Bioremediation and Pollution
 Prevention; Innovative Uses of Compost: Erosion
 Control, Turf Remediation, and Landscaping; Innovative
 Uses of Compost: Disease Control for Plants and
 Animals; Innovative Uses of Compost: Composting of
 Soils Contaminated by Explosives; and Innovative Uses
 of Compost: Reforestation, Wetlands Restoration, and
 Habitat Revitalization.
                               10/25/2997
Complex Recycling Issues: Strategies for
Record-Setting Waste Reduction in  Multi-
Family Settings	

Addresses the necessity and benefits of multi-family
dwelling waste reduction programs. Discusses steps for
implementing a successful program. Provides answers to
typical questions on creating and maintaining a record-
setting multi-family dwelling recycling program.
Includes a series of fact sheets summarizing specific suc-
cessful programs.
                               20/15/1999
Composition and Management of Used
Oil Generated in the United States	
Characterizes used oil generation, management, and
composition in the United States in 1983. Supports the
development of used oil regulations and provides a
framework for assessing the risks and benefits of alterna-
tive regulatory options.
(EPA530-SW-84-013)             11/15/1984
Composition and Management of Used
Oil Generated in the United States;
Appendix
Presents comprehensive analytical database for more
than 1,000 waste oil samples.
(EPA530-SW-84-013A)            11/15/1984
Composting, Yard Trimmings, and
Municipal Solid Waste	

Examines planning, siting, designing, and operating
composting facilities. Discusses planning; basic compost-
ing principles; collection methods; processing methods,
technologies, and odor control; facility design and siting;
environmental, health, and safety concerns; state legisla-
tion and initiatives; potential end-users; product quality
and marketing; community involvement; and economics.
Appendices include additional sources of information on
composting, composting equipment, and a glossary of
compost terms.
(EPA530-R-94-003)               05/15/1994
Conditional Exemption for Mixed Waste
Storage, Treatment, Transportation, and
Disposal; Final Rule	___
Provides an overview of the mixed waste rule, which
reduces the burden for compliance with EPA hazardous
waste regulations and Nuclear Regulatory Commission
radioactive waste regulations when managing low-level
mixed waste. Contains details on storage and treatment
exemptions and generator exemptions and requirements.
                               08/15/2002
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Construction and Demolition Waste
Landfills	

Presents information on C&D waste landfills. Discusses
the composition of C&D wastes, including any haz-
ardous materials or constituents. Provides information
on the quality of C&D landfill leachate, based on sam-
pling data taken from landfills around the country.
Contains a detailed summary of state regulations per-
taining to C&D facilities. Identifies states that have regu-
lations related to ground-water monitoring, corrective
action, location restrictions, and facility design, opera-
tion, closure, and/or postclosure care. Provides the
specifics of those cap regulations.
(EPA53Q-R-95-018)              02/15/1995
*Construction Products Containing
Recovered Materials	

Lists manufacturers and suppliers of construction prod-
ucts (building insulation: rock wool, fiberglass, cellulose,
and plastic rigid foam; carpet and carpet cushion; cement
and concrete: coal fly ash and ground-granulated blast
furnace slag; floor tiles; flowable fill; patio blocks; rail-
road grade crossing surfaces; reprocessed and consolidat-
ed latex paint; shower and restroom dividers—plastic
and steel; and structural fiberboard and laminated
paperboard) containing recovered materials. Includes
company names, addresses, contact names, phone num-
bers, and fax numbers. Listings are based on information
provided by the manufacturer and do not represent an
endorsement by EPA. This publication is only available
on OSW's web site at .
                               06/15/2001
Construction Quality Assurance for
Hazardous Waste Land Disposal Facilities;
Technical Guidance Document	

Provides guidance on construction quality assurance plan
to be addressed during permit application procedure for
hazardous waste land disposal facilities. Discussion
includes responsibility and authority, construction quality
assurance personnel qualifications, inspections activities,
sampling strategies, and documentation.
(EPA530-SW-86-031)             10/15/1986
                   The Consumer's Handbook for Reducing
                   Solid Waste	

                   Describes how consumers can reduce their garbage pro-
                   duction by making environmentally aware decisions
                   about the products and packaging they purchase, use,
                   and ultimately dispose of. Suggestions follow four basic
                   principles: reduce, reuse, recycle, and respond. Also lists
                   state environmental agencies, as well as other publica-
                   tions and sources. Also available in Spanish.
                                                  09/15/1996
                                                     Copy Paper Caper (Poster)
                                                     Encourages less photocopying.
                                                  04/25/2994
                   Corrective Measures for Releases to
                   Groundwater from Solid Waste
                   Management Units;  Draft Final Report

                   Provides guidance for identifying mechanisms to correct
                   releases from SWMUs to ground water. Supplies an
                   overview of control and treatment technologies in hydro-
                   geologic settings, discusses case studies, and provides
                   recommendations for the application of corrective mea-
                   sures to ground-water releases from SWMUs.
                   (EPA530-SW-88-020)             08/15/1985
                   Corrective Measures for Releases to Soil
                   From Solid Waste Management Units;
                   Draft Final Report	

                   Discusses various types of removal, containment, and
                   treatment technologies applicable to the remediation of
                   releases to soils from SWMUs. Provides an overview of
                   corrective action technologies, discusses case studies, and
                   includes recommendations for the application of correc-
                   tive measures to soils from SWMUs.
                   (EPA530-SW-88-022)             08/15/1988
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Corrective Measures for Releases to
Surface Waters; Draft Final Report	

Provides guidance for identifying mechanisms to correct
releases from SWMUs to surface water. Provides an
overview of corrective action technologies, discusses case
studies, and advises on the selection of corrective mea-
sures to surface water from SWMUs.
(EPA530-SW-90-085)            08/15/1985
Corrosivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.22);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001	

Explains EPA's definition of corrosive waste, discusses
comments received on the EPA's proposed definition of
corrosive waste, and the changes made in response to
comments. Includes the rationale for the proposed char-
acteristic of corrosivity for identification and listing of
hazardous waste as well as the test methods used to
make that determination.
                              05/01/1980
Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of
Land Disposal Restrictions for Newly
Listed Wastes and  Contaminated Debris
(Phase I LDRs); Final Rule	
Analyzes the costs and economic impacts of the LDRs for
newly identified wastes and hazardous debris. Examines
wastes affected by the rule and containment buildings.
Considers the costs of restricting the land disposal of
Phase I wastes. Discusses limitations to the cost and eco-
nomic analysis.
(EPA530-R-95-030)              06/30/1992
Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the
Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity
Generator (CESQG) Rulemaking    	

Presents the cost and economic impact analysis devel-
oped for EPA's rule on nonmunicipal solid waste dispos-
al facilities that receive CESQG hazardous wastes.
Discusses parties affected by this rulemaking and poten-
tial effects on small businesses.
(EPA530-R-96-014)              06/15/1996
Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the
Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity
Generator (CESQG) Rulemaking	

Presents the cost and economic impact analysis devel-
oped for EPA's rule on nonmunicipal solid waste dispos-
al facilities that receive CESQG hazardous wastes.
Discusses parties affected by this rulemaking and poten-
tial effects on small businesses.
(EPA530-R-96-014)              06/15/1996
Cover Up with Compost	

Fact sheet addressing the use of compost as a landfill
cover to reduce methane emissions. Describes a pilot
project at Waste Management. Inc.'s Outer Loop
Recycling and Disposal Facility in Louisville, Kentucky.
Discusses benefits and challenges of this technique. Also
available in the kit folder Climate Change and Waste.
                              07/15/2002
Criteria for Identifying Areas of
Vulnerable Hydrogeology Under RCRA
(Complete Set)	

Provides RCRA permit writers with a standardized tech-
nical method for evaluating hydrogeologic data submit-
ted in permit applications for hazardous waste land
TSDFs. The methodology determines if facilities are
located in areas of vulnerable hydrogeology.
                              07/15/1986
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Criteria for Identifying Areas of
Vulnerable Hydrogeology: A RCRA
Statutory Interpretative Guidance	

Provides RCRA permit writers with a standardized tech-
nical method for evaluating hydrogeologic data submit-
ted in permit applications for hazardous waste land
TSDFs. The methodology determines if facilities are
located in areas of vulnerable hydrogeology.
(EPA530-SW-86-022)            07/15/1986
Criteria for Identifying Areas of
Vulnerable Hydrogeology Under RCRA;
Appendix A: Technical  Methods for
Evaluating Hydrogeologic Parameters

Discusses methods available for the determination of
fluid conductivity under field conditions. Determines
effective porosity and hydraulic gradient.
(EPA530-SW-86-022A)           07/15/1986
Criteria for Identifying Areas of
Vulnerable Hydrogeology under RCRA;
Appendix B: Groundwater Flow Net/Flow
Line Construction and Analysis	

Describes methods used to characterize hydraulic con-
ductivity, determination of effective porosity, and deter-
mination of hydraulic porosity. Considerations are given
to well construction and development data interpretation
and test selection considerations, and single well tests.
(EPA530-SW-86-022B)           07/15/1986
                  Criteria for Identifying Areas of
                  Vulnerable Hydrogeology Under RCRA;
                  Appendix C: Technical Methods for
                  Calculating Time of Travel in the
                  Unsaturated Zone     	

                  Describes methods for calculating ground-water time of
                  travel in the unsaturated zone. Designed for hazardous
                  waste facility permit applicants and writers in evaluating
                  vulnerability of ground-water contamination. Two gener-
                  al approaches are given. Includes review of general theo-
                  ry of ground-water flow in the unsaturated zone and
                  describes processes. Presents equations.
                  (EPA530-SW-86-022C)           07/15/1986
                  Criteria for Identifying Areas of
                  Vulnerable Hydrogeology Under RCRA;
                  Appendix D: Development of
                  Vulnerability Criteria Based on Risk
                  Assessments and Theoretical  Modeling

                  Identifies locations where the potential of exposure to
                  hazardous waste or waste constituents could be signifi-
                  cant due to the absence of engineered containment barri-
                  ers, monitoring, or response activities. Case studies illus-
                  trate TOT 100 criteria and health-risk assessment for
                  ground-water resource pathway.
                  (EPA530-SW-S6-022D)           07/15/1986
                  Criteria for Identifying Characteristics of
                  Hazardous Waste (40 CFR 261.10); Criteria
                  for Listing Hazardous Waste (40 CFR
                  261.11); Petitions to Amend Part 261 to
                  Exclude a Waste Produced at a Particular
                  Facility (40 CFR 260.22); Identification and
                  Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA,
                  Subtitle C, Section 3001	

                  Describes the basis and purpose used in establishing
                  final criteria for identifying characteristics of hazardous
                  waste, criteria for listing hazardous waste, and proce-
                  dures for delisting hazardous wastes.
                                              04/01/2980
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Criteria for Municipal  Solid Waste
Landfills: Case Studies on Groundwater
and Surface Water Contamination  from
Municipal Solid Waste Landfills	

Describes basis for 40 CFR Part 258 Subtitle D. Presents
information on ground-water  and surface-water contam-
ination from MSW landfill case studies. Identifies and
describes human health and environmental impacts from
landfills.
(EPA530-SW-88-040)            07/15/1988
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Groundwater Monitoring and
Corrective Action (Subpart E)	

Provides detailed information on development and
implementation of ground-water monitoring and correc-
tive action requirements. Options for groundwater moni-
toring and corrective action programs are discussed and
EPA rationale is explained. When available, data are pre-
sented to support decisions.
(EPA530-SW-88-043)            07/15/1988
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Closure and Postclosure Care
and Financial  Responsibility Requirements
(Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32); Draft
Background Document	
Discusses background information and provides detailed
information on revised closure and postclosure care and
financial responsibility requirements. Addresses perfor-
mance standards, plans, and financial assurance criteria
as well as mechanisms available to owners and operators
of MSW landfills.
(EPA530-SW-88-041)             07/15/1988
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Location Restrictions (Subpart
B); Draft Background  Document	

Presents revision of 40 CFR Part 257 for facilities that
may receive HHW or hazardous waste from SQGs.
Includes the initial limitation to MSW landfills. Provides
legislative and regulatory background and status.
Addresses federal laws that impact design, operation,
and location of MSW landfills. Contains detailed infor-
mation on the development of standards addressing
restricted locations.
(EPA530-SW-88-036)             07/15/1988
                            :
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Design Criteria (Subpart D);
Draft Background Document	

Provides technical support for 40 CFR Part 258 and dis-
cusses background information leading to development
of categorical rule option. Provides detailed information
on revised design criteria. Discusses general development
and various design options including: how a design stan-
dard was selected and considered, how location specific
considerations are involved, and what methodologies are
available for meeting design performance standards.
Provides landfill designs that specifically address liners,
leachate collection systems, and final covers.
(EPA530-SW-88-042)             07/15/1988
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Operating Criteria (Subpart C);
Draft Background Document	

Determines operating criteria for MSW landfills. Includes
procedures for cover material, disease vectors, explosive
gas, air criteria, access, excluding receipt of hazardous
waste, run-on and run-off controls, surface water, liquids
restrictions, and recordkeeping.
(EPA530-SW-88-037)             07/15/1988
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Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Summary of Data on  Municipal
Solid Waste Landfill  Leachate
Characteristics	
Presents information on the character of leachate from
MSW landfills. Based on study of existing leachate data
as directed by 40 CFR Part 257 for facilities that might
receive HHW and waste from SQGs.
(EPA530-SW-88-038)            07/15/1988
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Updated Review of Selected
Provisions of Solid Waste  Regulations

Provides analysis of the differences between proposed
criteria and current state regulations that classify solid
waste disposal facilities and practices. EPA is initially
limiting criteria revisions to MSW landfills because they
are the only facilities for which the Agency has complete
and reliable data,
(EPA530-SW-88-039)             07/15/1988
Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal  Facilities:
A Guide for Owners/Operators	

Provides owners and operators of MSW landfills basic
information on the Subtitle D regulations. Examines
these regulations and issues of location, operation,
design, groundwater monitoring, corrective action, clo-
sure, and financial assurance.
                               03/25/2993
Cutting-Edge Software to Cut Emissions

Fact sheet comparing three waste management tools: the
WAste Reduction Model (WARM), Cities for Climate
Protection (CPP) Campaign Greenhouse Gas Emission
Software, and the MSW Decision Support Tool (DST).
Also available in the kit folder Climate Change and Waste.
                               07/15/2002
                   Cutting the Waste Stream in  Half:
                   Community Record-Setters Show How
                   (Report)	

                   Describes the creation of the Waste Reduction Record-
                   Setters Project by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, in
                   cooperation with the EPA. Identifies successful waste
                   reduction programs in communities, businesses, and other
                   organizations and encourages their replication. Explains
                   methodology used. Addresses keys to residential and
                   institutional/commercial program success, cost-effective-
                   ness, tips for replication. Includes tables, figures, list of
                   abbreviations, and definitions of terms used in the report.
                   (530-R-99-023)                  06/15/1999
                   Cutting the Waste Stream  in Half:
                   Community Record-Setters Show How
                   (Summary Packet)	

                   Highlights record-setting waste reduction programs in 18
                   communities and summarizes information presented in
                   the report listed above. Contains some questions and
                   answers about reaching record-setting levels. Provides an
                   overview of each community's program, key factors con-
                   tributing to high waste reduction, cost-effectiveness of
                   the program, tips for replication, and charts and tables
                   showing demographics for the community, a summary
                   of the residential program, residential waste generation
                   per household per day, and materials recovered. Includes
                   a contact for each program.
                                                  10/15/1999
                   Damage Cases and Environmental
                   Releases from Mines and Mineral
                   Processing Sites	

                   Discusses environmental releases and damages from the
                   mining and mineral processing industry. Presents the
                   methodology used in developing the environmental
                   release cases. Provides summaries illustrating recent
                   mining and mineral processing damage cases in a variety
                   of mineral commodity sectors and states. Describes the
                   general source of constituent releases and provides sup-
                   porting information on the nature and severity of any
                   resulting environmental damages. Appendix contains
                   comments and responses to damage summaries.
                   (EPA 530-R-99-023)              04/15/1998
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Damage Cases: Construction and
Demolition Waste Landfills	

Presents the results of a study conducted to determine
whether the disposal of C&D debris in landfills has led
to contamination of ground water, surface water, or eco-
logical resources. Examines whether these environmental
damages can be attributed to specific aspects of the site,
such as the type of waste received, design and operating
practices, and environmental setting and location.
Presents 11 damage cases. Summarizes the types of dam-
ages found at these landfills and discusses the possible
link between these damages and site operation, design,
and location.
(EPA530-R-95-020)              01/15/1995
Degree of Hazard as an Approach to
Defining and Managing Hazardous
Wastes; Identification  and Listing of
Hazardous Waste under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001	
Presents the degree of hazard as approach to defining and
managing hazardous wastes under authority of Subtitle C,
RCRA. Premise rests on hazardous wastes defined and
grouped according to degree of hazard. Provides a sum-
mary of comments to proposed regulation and EPA's
responses, including rationale for final regulations.
                              04/01/1980
Decision-Makers' Guide to Solid Waste
Management; Second Edition	

Expands the information provided in the 1989 edition.
Offers solid waste management practitioners more
detailed information to understand the key technical,
economic, political, and social issues that must be
addressed to develop effective waste management pro-
grams. Sections address public education and involve-
ment, facility siting, factors to consider in developing a
waste management program, collection and transfer,
source reduction, recycling, composting, combustion,
and land disposal. Includes glossary.
                              08/25/1995
 Definitions and General Provisions under
 RCRA, Subtitle C; Definitions and
 Provisions for Confidentiality (40 CFR 260,
 Subparts A and B)	
 Supports EPA's definitions of terms describing activities
 subject to control under Sections 3001 through 3004 of
 RCRA. General and special procedures are delineated,
 and rules of grammatical construction are given.
 Summarizes status of 130 proposed definitions and 32
 definitions that have been added to final rules.
                              04/15/1980
Desechos Domesticos Peligrosos: Pasos
Para un Manejo Seguro (Spanish
Translation of Household Hazardous
Waste: Steps to Safe Management)	
Describe los desechos domesticos peligrosos y los riesgos
de una eliminacion incorrecta. Urge a los duenos de casa
a reutilizar, reciclar, y manipular correctamente los dese-
chos caseros peligrosos.
                              15/22/1996
Design and  Development of a Hazardous
Waste Reactivity Testing Protocol	

Contains the test protocol to assess gross chemical com-
position of waste materials at uncontrolled hazardous
waste sites. Includes a field test kit, flow diagrams, and a
manual for using flow diagrams and test procedures.
History of the protocol's development and trial is noted.
(EPA600/2-84-057)              02/01/1984
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 Design,  Construction, and Evaluation of
 Clay Liners for Waste Management
 Facilities	

 Compiles technical information on design, construction,
 and evaluation of clay liners for waste landfills, surface
 impoundments, and waste piles. Discusses clays and
 their composition, fabric, and hydraulic conductivity.
 Other topics include geotechnical test methods and soil
 properties, clay chemical compatibility, construction and
 quality assurance, performance of existing clay liners,
 and clay liner transit time prediction methods.
 (EPA530-SW-86-007F)            11/15/1988
Determining the Integrity of Concrete
Sumps; Technical Guidance Document

Recommends and explains procedures for assessing the
structural integrity of concrete hazardous waste sumps.
Describes mechanisms of failure, investigatory steps, and
repair and prevention.
(EPA530-R-93-005)              08/15/1991
Development of a Solid Sample Analytical
Procedure for Cyanide in Spent Ore	

Explores three methods used to test cyanide levels in trail-
ings from heap leach cyanidation facilities for mining gold
and silver, Establishes that bottle-roll tests give the closest
approximation of cyanide levels in ore samples and best
chances for predicting levels of cyanide in leachate from
depositories. Presents detailed analytical results.
(EPA530-R-92-006)               06/07/1991
Directory of Mine Waste Characterization
and Drainage Quality Contacts in Western
Governors' Association Member States
Lists contacts with access to information on metal mine
waste characterization, metal mine drainage quality, and
drainage quality prediction for each of the 21 Western
Governors' Association member states.
(EPA53Q-R-92-007)               09/01/1991
                   Disposal Tips for Home Health Care
                   (Patient Flyer) _

                   Provides tips for preventing injury, illness, and pollution
                   when disposing of sharp objects and contaminated mate-
                   rials used in administering home health care. Describes
                   simple steps to safely dispose of needles, syringes,
                   lancets, and other sharp objects.
                                                  11/15/1993
                   Diversion en la Feria Cientifica:
                   Disenando Proyectos Cientfficos
                   Ambientales (Spanish Translation of
                   Science Fair Fun: Designing
                   Environmental Science Projects) _
                   Le presenta ha los estudiantes en los grados 6-8 ideas y
                   recursos para desarrolliar proyectos ambientales en ferias
                   cientificas con un enfoco specified en reduciendo, reusan-
                   do, y reciclando materiales desperdisiables. Define ha la
                   EPA y ha la vez presenta proyectos ejemplarios y sujeren-
                   cias sobre experimentos.
                                                  25/01/2002
                   Disposal Tips for Home Health Care
                   (Professional Brochure)	

                   Encourages health-care professionals to educate patients
                   and clients on safely practicing home health care by dis-
                   posing of sharp objects (e.g. lancets, needles, and
                   syringes) in hard-plastic or metal containers with screw-
                   on or tightly secured lids. Includes detachable order
                   form for a professional brochure and patient flyer.
                                                  21/25/1993
                   Does Your Business Produce Hazardous
                   Waste? Many Small  Businesses Do	

                   Assists small businesses with compliance with new haz-
                   ardous waste laws. Helps determine whether a particular
                   business produces hazardous waste. Describes procedure
                   for handling and includes the Uniform Hazardous Waste
                   Manifest, EPA Form 8700-22. Lists EPA regional contacts
                   and state and territorial hazardous waste management
                   agencies for additional help.
                                                 04/15/1990
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                                                                                   Titles
  Chemical  Manufacturers
  Equipment Repair
Includes industry categories for industrial inorganic
chemicals, industry organic chemicals, pigments, plas-
tics, pesticides, synthetic rubber, explosives, synthetic
fibers, gum, and wood chemicals. Includes general
descriptions of waste types and waste minimization tech-
niques in chemical manufacturing.
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• Cleaning and Cosmetics	

Includes industry categories for soaps, detergents or spe-
cialty cleaners, polishing or sanitizing compounds, sur-
factants, finishing agents and other assistants, perfumes,
cosmetics, and toilet preparations or sundries. Includes
general descriptions of types of industry waste and
waste minimization techniques.
• Construction	

Includes industry categories for heavy construction,
plumbing, heating, and air conditioning; painting, paper-
hanging, and decorating; mobile home construction, pre-
fabricated wood buildings, and components; masonry,
stonework, tile work, and plastering; carpentry, floor-work,
concrete work, and roofing; and sheet metal work, glass
and glazing work, and wrecking and demolition. Includes
general categories for wastes that might be generated dur-
ing construction. Provides waste minimization^techniques..^
• Dry-Cleaning and Laundry	

Lists establishments included as dry cleaning and laun-
dry plants. Lists hazardous wastes produced from these
establishments and gives ways to reduce waste. Includes
table of typical quantities of hazardous waste produced.
When requesting this title, also order RCRA in Focus: Dry
Cleaning (EPA530-K-99-005).
•  Educational and Vocational Shops	

Provides information for educational and vocational insti-
tutions using ignitable solvents, strong acid alkaline solu-
tions, heavy metals, and toxic organic chemicals that
might produce hazardous waste. Tables give typical oper-
ations with materials used and hazardous wastes that
might be generated, jglus detailec^waste descriptions.
Includes the following industry categories: radio and TV
repair shops, refrigeration and air conditioning service
and repair, miscellaneous equipment shops, pipelines
(except natural gas), communications, power generation
transmission, automatic merchandising machines, and
amusement parks. Provides waste minimization tech-
niques and lists types of wastes generated.



• Formulators	

Provides information for operators in the chemical for-
mulating industry who might be subject to RCRA
requirements because they use solvents, pesticides,
strong acids or bases, ignitable chemicals, reactive chemi-
cals, and solutions or sludges containing metals or toxic
organic chemicals. This 8-page document describes haz-
ardous wastes and provides information on waste mini-
mization. Detailed tables list waste types as well as des-
ignations or trade names.
• Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and
  Refinishing	
Provides information for operators using solvents, flam-
mable or combustible liquids, combustible solids,
ignitable paints, or other materials containing toxic con-
stituents that might be subject to RCRA requirements.
Covers hazardous wastes from furniture and wood man-
ufacturing and refinishing and waste minimization.
Detailed tables of waste descriptions are included.
•  Laboratories	

Provides information for labs using ignitable com-
pounds, strong acid or alkaline solutions, solvents, heavy
metals, or toxic organic constituents that might be subject
to RCRA requirements. Lists wastes commonly generat-
ed and provides waste minimization ideas. Detailed
tables give waste descriptions by type.
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         Titles
•  Leather Products  Manufacturing	

Provides information for manufacturers of leather prod-
ucts who are likely to produce spent solvent waste and
wastes from use of lacquers, materials containing lead,
dyes, or materials producing hydrogen sulfide that are
subject to RCRA requirements. Tables list materials used
and hazardous wastes that might be generated. Detailed
waste description by type plus waste minimization ideas
are also included. When requesting this title, also order
RCRA in Focus: Leather Manufacturing (EPA530-K-00-002).
("Sirs-Js**. ji^^*,i^»r^,«jA?«'^»%v*^'>«r^>^ras_v^
                     • Printing and Allied Industries	

                     Provides information for printers using solvents, strong
                     acid or alkaline solutions, or ink containing toxic organic
                     chemicals, or heavy metals that may be subject to RCRA
                     requirements. Describes types of printing operations,
                     wastes generated, and waste minimization. Includes
                     tables of materials generated and detailed types of waste.
                     When requesting this title, also order RCRA in Focus:
                     Printing (EPA530-K-97-007).
  Metal Manufacturing
                                                          Textile Manufacturing
Includes industry categories. Lists hazardous wastes and
 >rovides waste minimization techniques.
• Motor Freight Terminals/Railroad
  Transport	

Describes hazardous wastes generated by motor freight
terminals and railroad transportation. Outlines effective
waste minimization programs that can be implemented.
Descriptions of typical industry wastes are included.
When requesting this title, also order RCRA in Focus:
Motor Freight & Railroad Transportation (EPA530-K-00-003).
  Paper Industry
Describes hazardous wastes generated from pulp and
paper mills and converting operations. Outlines effective
waste minimization programs that can be implemented.
Descriptions of typical industry wastes are listed.
Sfr^SsSS1.^ _ .._ fS fl'*_a,J._A * n,!*-;1-****   ,. *   _ . v..Jt ,f .-.- ..». -.-a^-, *->*•-1 ----. DI --•_ . -
• Pesticide  End-Users/Application Services

Provides information for disposers of pesticides or pesti-
cide containers, elan pesticide application equipment,
and contaminated soils who might be subject to RCRA
hazardous waste requirements. Describes industry cate-
gory, wastes generated, and options for waste minimiza-
tion. Tables include materials used and hazardous wastes
that might be generated, plus detailed descriptions by
  >e of waste.
                    Includes the following industry segments: broad woven
                    fabric mills and woolen mills (including dyeing and fin-
                    ishing), knitting mills and knit goods finishing, other
                    dyeing and finishing textile mills, and floor covering
                    mills (including dyeing and finishing). Includes lists of
                    hazardous wastes generated and waste minimization
                    techniques. When requesting this title, also order RCRA
                    in Focus: Textile Manufacturing {EPA530-K-02-028).
                     ii "i T..-hnfifitfm5ntfc-"JT*T T" ?" 18 •->- Tiirt n narinrf"%T r——* - p^^:^,j.^s^airf™tu**1-1fc.-y
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                                                                               Titles
  Wood Preserving
Provides information on wood preservers that use
arsenical compounds, pentachlorophenol, or creosote
and are generally subject to RCRA requirements covering
generation, transportation, and management of haz-
ardous wastes. Covers industry overview, including haz-
ardous wastes produced in two-step wood preservation
process. Includes a table with wood preserving opera-
tions for materials used and hazardous wastes generated.
Donating Surplus Food to the Needy
(WasteWise Tip Sheet)	

Addresses the donation of surplus food as part of a
waste reduction program. Presents the two types of food
donation programs: traditional food banks and prepared
and perishable food programs. Also discusses food pro-
gram services, donor responsibilities, and common con-
cerns. Highlights successful programs by Hallmark and
Coca-Cola. Includes resources.
                               09/15/1996
Don't Throw Away That Food: Strategies
for Record-Setting Waste Reduction	

Defines food discards, presents reasons and benefits for
recovering food discards, and describes recovery options
for commercial and institutional food discard generators.
Provides answers to questions about running a food
recovery program. Presents food recovery tips from
record-setters and for solid waste planners. Includes
resources. Fact sheets profile specific food recovery pro-
grams and include a detailed description, program sum-
mary, costs and benefits, tips  for replication, and contacts
for additional information.
                               09/15/1998
Don't Trash It: Super Fun	

Utilizes MSW terms and issues in games and puzzles for
elementary school children. Developed with and origi-
nally published in National Geographic World.
                               08/15/1995
Draft Paper Products RMAN  [Recovered
Materials Advisory Notice]; Supporting
Analyses     	

Explains EPA's objectives, EPA's process for designating
procurement items and recommending procurement
processes for those items, and EPA's methodology for
recommending recovered materials content levels for
paper and paper products. Discusses draft recommenda-
tions for newsprint, tissue products, paperboard and
packaging, and printing and writing papers. Addresses
other paper issues, including definitions, measurement
of recovered materials content, recyclability, and use of
EPA's recommendations.
                               03/15/1995
Economic Impact Analysis for Final
Comprehensive Procurement Guideline II!

Presents EPA analytical requirements under Executive
Order 12866 and EPA requirements under the Unfunded
Mandates Act of 1995. Provides background information
on the regulations governing CPG and general provi-
sions of CPG III. Summarizes benefits and costs.
Addresses the universe of entities affected by the rule.
Includes cost analysis methodology. Discusses the price
differential between recycled and virgin products.
                               09/15/1999
Economic Impact Analysis for Proposed
Comprehensive Procurement Guideline IV

Presents EPA analytical requirements under Executive
Order 12866 and EPA requirements under the Unfunded
Mandates Act of 1995. Provides background information
on the regulations governing CPG and general provi-
sions of CPG IV. Summarizes benefits and costs.
Addresses the universe of entities affected by the rule.
Includes cost analysis methodology. Discusses the price
differential between recycled and virgin products.
                               03/15/2001
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Economic Impact Assessment of the Phase
IV Land Disposal Restrictions Final Rule
on Newly Identified Wood Preserving
Hazardous Wastes Contaminated Media
and Abandoned Wood Preserving Sites
Estimates the incremental cost of the Phase IV LDR final
rule for newly identified mineral-processing wastes on
hazardous waste cleanups of contaminated media at
inactive and abandoned wood preserving sites. Focuses
on wood preserving contaminated soils.
(EPA530-R-97-031)              04/15/1997
Electronics: A New Opportunity for Waste
Prevention, Reuse, and Recycling	

Discusses reasons for preventing electronics waste, how
to reduce electronics waste, reusing and donating elec-
tronics, recycling electronics, buying green, and what
EPA is doing to encourage reuse, recycling, and greener
purchasing of electronics. Includes list of useful publica-
tions and organizations.
                              06/25/2002
                   Engineering Handbook for Hazardous
                   Waste Incineration	

                   Documents hazardous waste incineration operations for
                   federal, regional, and state EPA officials as well as design-
                   ers, owners, and operators of hazardous waste incinera-
                   tion facilities, and the general technical community.
                   Compiles topical literature and describes current state-of-
                   the-art technology for hazardous waste incineration.
                   (EPA SW-889)                  09/01/1981
                   Enhancing Facility-Community
                   Relations	

                   Addresses the importance for facilities to maintain contin-
                   uous, strong relationships with neighboring communities
                   throughout their operation and after closure. Provides
                   suggestions for how a facility can improve the communi-
                   ty's well-being, enhance dialogue with the community,
                   assure communities that it hears and will address their
                   concerns, and ways the facility can continually enrich and
                   improve the community's quality of life.
                                                 09/15/2002
Engineering and Environmental Aspects
of Recycled Materials for Highway
Construction	

Evaluates the environmental aspects and engineering
factors related to the utilization of recycled materials in
highway construction. Presents an overview and assess-
ment of different technologies, processes, and methods of
recycling various materials into highway appurtenances
and for highway construction with consideration of envi-
ronmental health risks. Includes bibliography. Appendix
to Report to Congress; A Study of the Use of Recycled
Paving Material.
(EPA530-R-93-013a)             06/15/1993
                   Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment
                   to Requirements for Hazardous Waste
                   Incinerator Permits	

                   Explains EPA amendment to hazardous waste incinerator
                   permit regulations, clarifying requirements that an exist-
                   ing hazardous waste incinerator must conduct a trial
                   burn and submit trial burn data prior to permit assur-
                   ance. Requirements provide for the maximum protection
                   of human health and environment.
                                                 01/15/1989
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment
                                                   to the Regulations for Burning Hazardous
                                                   Waste in Boilers and  Industrial Furnaces

                                                   Explains technical amendment to final BIF rule. Clarifies
                                                   the regulation (56 FR 7134) and corrects certain provi-
                                                   sions that could result in unintended consequences. Each
                                                   amendment is briefly described.
                                                                                 08/15/1991
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                                                                            Titles
Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendments
to CAMU Rule Proposed	

Lists the primary proposed amendments to the 1993
Corrective Action Management Unit (CAMU) rule.
Provides additional detail for managing hazardous
clean-up wastes in  CAMUs. The amendments are expect-
ed to achieve the Agency's general goals for CAMUs
making them clearer, the process more consistent, and
predictable, as well as more explicit for the public.
                              08/25/2000
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Changes to
Interim Status Facilities; Modifications to
Hazardous Waste Permits;  Procedures for
Postclosure Permitting

Announces final rule modification for three portions of
RCRA regulations that unnecessarily restrict interim sta-
tus and permitted facilities from making changes in
operations. Increases the flexibility of interim status facil-
ities to make changes without obtaining RCRA permit.
The rule also expedites closure and correction activities.
                              03/15/1989
Environmental Fact Sheet: Application of
Land Disposal Restrictions to CERCLA
Remedial Actions	

Looks for alternative interpretations for land disposal
that might allow more flexibility in selecting protective
and cost-effective remedies and may be tailored to site-
specific conditions.
                              10/15/1989
Environmental Fact Sheet: Assurance
Mechanisms Finalized for Local
Government Owners of Municipal Solid
Waste Landfills	

Addresses promulgation of the local government finan-
cial test, proposed in response to comments from local
governments requesting flexibility in meeting the finan-
cial assurance requirements of the solid waste disposal
facility criteria. Provides an overview of the require-
ments for owners and operators of MSW landfills to
demonstrate financial responsibility for certain costs
associated with their landfills.
                              11/15/1996
Environmental Fact Sheet: Clarification
on the Timing for Retrofitting Surface
Impoundments Under the Land Disposal
Restrictions Rule _
Announces the proposed resolution of conflicting provi-
sions of Sections 3004(h)(4) and 3005(j)(6). The resolution
allows interim status surface impoundments that are
brought into the Subtitle C regulatory system to have
four years to retrofit to meet the minimum technology
requirements of RCRA Section 3004(o).
                              02/15/1992
Environmental Fact Sheet: Controlling
the Impacts of Remediation Activities in
or Around Wetlands	

Provides technical information useful in protecting wet-
lands from the potential negative impacts caused by
more common technologies used to remediate hazardous
waste sites. Addresses waste excavation and surface
reconfiguration, pumping and treating ground water,
and landfill capping and runoff diversions.
                              08/15/1993
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Environmental Fact Sheet:  Deferral of
Phase IV Standards for PCBs as an
Underlying Hazardous Constituent in Soil

Describes EPA's proposal to temporarily defer the por-
tion of the rule applying LDR under RCRA to soils cont-
aminated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), as
underlying hazardous constituents, that exhibit the toxic-
ity characteristic for metals. Explains that this action is
needed because the existing regulation is discouraging
remediation of contaminated soils, contrary to EPA's
intent of promulgating alternative treatment standards
for contaminated soils.
                              02/15/2000
                  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Amends
                  Regulations Related to Third Party
                  Liability Coverage, Closure, and  Post-
                  Closure Care   	

                  Announces amendments to EPA requirements governing
                  financial responsibility and assurance for hazardous
                  waste facilities. These amendments modify the regula-
                  tions under RCRA governing the use and implementa-
                  tion of certain financial instruments used in demonstrat-
                  ing coverage for possible liability claims and closure and
                  postclosure care costs.
                                                08/15/1992
Environmental Fact Sheet: Delay of
Closure Period for Hazardous Waste
Facilities	

Amends requirements so permitted and interim-status
landfills, surface impoundments, and land treatment
units can now be eligible to delay closure to receive non-
hazardous wastes after final receipt of hazardous waste.
                              08/15/1989
Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting
Regulation Amendment	

Proposes that the existing language in 40 CFR Part
260.22(b) be deleted and substituted with language to clar-
ify additional factors regarding the mixture of solid and
hazardous wastes considered in a delisting evaluation.
                              06/15/1989
Environmental Fact Sheet: Entry Into
Force of the Basel Convention	

Describes the 1992 Basel Convention on the Control of
Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and
Their Disposal, the first major international agreement
addressing imports and exports of hazardous wastes,
household wastes, and household waste combustion ash.
Currently, 20 countries have ratified the Basel Convention.
                              04/15/1992
                  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA
                  Determines That Ash from Waste-to-
                  Energy Facilities Is Subject to Hazardous
                  Waste Regulations upon Exiting the
                  Combustion Building	

                  Discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's interpretation of
                  Section 3001(1) of RCRA and provides a statutory deter-
                  mination. Designates that a hazardous waste determina-
                  tion should be made when ash exits the combustion
                  building following the combustion and air pollution con-
                  trol processes. Allows combining bottom ash and fly ash
                  before making a hazardous waste determination.
                                                01/15/1995
                  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA
                  Discontinues Action on  1990
                  Subpart S Proposal	

                  Announces EPA's partial withdrawal of the 1990 pro-
                  posed regulations for the corrective action program pro-
                  visions. Explains how EPA intends to promote a results-
                  based approach to the corrective action program, thereby
                  improving the efficiency of cleanups at hazardous waste
                  facilities.
                                                 10/15/1999
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Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Expands
Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines
(CPG)	

Announces EPA's addition of 18 new recycled content
items to the CPG. Outlines history of the CPG, including
a table of all pertinent FRs, and summarizes the CPG
program. Details the CPG categories and designated
items. Describes a successful affirmative procurement
program, including the preference program; promotion
program; estimation, certification, and verification pro-
gram; and procedures to monitor and review the pro-
curement program.
                              04/25/2000
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Finalizes
Regulations under RCRA for Military
Munitions	

Summarizes the final regulations clarifying when con-
ventional and chemical military munitions become a haz-
ardous waste under RCRA. It summarizes the regulatory
definition of solid waste as it applies to three specific cat-
egories of military munitions: unused munitions, muni-
tions being used for their intended purpose, and used or
fired munitions.
                              02/15/1997
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA
Implements the OECD Decision on
Transfrontier Movements of Recyclable
Wastes	

Announces the codification of the requirements of the
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Council decision on the transfrontier movements of recy-
clable wastes as it will be implemented in the United
States. The council's decision ensures that the recovery of
materials from wastes can continue in an international
economy and that the shipments will be managed in an
efficient and environmentally sound manner.
                             04/15/1996
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues
Final Rules for Corrective Action
Management Units and Temporary Units

Announces EPA revision of the corrective action-related
regulations under RCRA Subtitle C. Addresses the time
and cost difficulties associated with managing remedia-
tion wastes. Introduces corrective action management
units and temporary units for remediation wastes in an
effort to ease corrective action.
                              03/15/1993
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues
Interim Final Regulations on the
"Mixture" and "Derived-From" Rules

Announces reinstatement of "mixture" and "derived-
from" rules governing the management of hazardous
waste on an interim basis. Also opens public comment
on this issue.
                              02/15/1992
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues
New Treatment Standards for Certain
Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes	

Announces an interim final rule that replaces the treat-
ment standard of deactivation for certain ignitable and
corrosive wastes. Announces new standards that include
numerical treatment standards for hazardous con-
stituents of these wastes. Ruling is intended to bring the
deactivation standard for ignitable and corrosive wastes
into full compliance with RCRA.
                             05/15/1993
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Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA
Promulgates Listing Determination for
Certain Wastes from the Production of
Chlorinated Aliphatics	

Lists as hazardous two of six wastes generated by the
chlorinated aliphatics industry. The two wastes are K174,
wastewater treatment sludge from the production of eth-
ylene dichloride, or vinyl chloride monomer (EDC/VCM);
and K175 wastewater treatment sludge from the produc-
tion of vinyl chloride monomer using mercuric chloride
catalyst in an acetylene-based process. Under the contin-
gent management listing determination, the waste will not
be listed as a hazardous waste if sent to a specific type of
management facility. Also, describes the criteria provided
in 40 CFR 261.11 for determining whether waste is a "sub-
stantial, present, or potential hazard to human health and
the environment."
                              mi/15/2000
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes
Flexibility in Ground-Water Monitoring
for Small Landfills in  Dry or Remote Areas

Describes EPA's proposal of alternatives to ground-water
monitoring requirements for smaller communities that have
limited methods and money for managing their MSW.
                              07/15/1995
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes
Modifications to the  Definition of
Wastewater Treatment Unit	

Proposes the exclusion of devices with thermal treatment
processes as wastewater treatment units, except for
sludge dryers. Maintains EPA's long-standing policy that
thermal treatment units must be individually permitted
under RCRA. Public comment is requested.
                              07/15/1990
                  *Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes
                  Rule To Allow States To Issue Research
                  Development and Demonstration Permits
                  For Municipal Solid Waste Landfills _

                  Announces EPA's proposal to add new provisions to the
                  Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills (MSWLFs)
                  that will allow approved states to issue research, devel-
                  opment and demonstration permits for landfill opera-
                  tions in order to stimulate the development of new tech-
                  nologies and alternative operational processes for the
                  landfilling of municipal solid waste. Will allow State
                  Directors of approved states to issue permits waiving
                  specific requirements of the municipal solid waste land-
                  fill criteria in order to promote  innovative technologies,
                  provided landfill operators demonstrate there will be no
                  increased risk to human health or the environment. Only
                  available on the Internet at .
                                                06/15/2002
                  *Environmental  Fact Sheet: EPA
                  Proposing to Allow Waste as an Energy
                  Source for Synthesis Gas Production and
                  Power Generation _

                  Announces EPA's proposal to conditionally exclude, from
                  RCRA's definition of solid waste hazardous, secondary
                  materials that are processed in gasification systems to
                  manufacture synthesis gas. Only available on the Internet
                  at .
                                                02/15/2002
                   Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Requests
                   Information on Bioreactor Landfills and
                   Performance of Alternative Liners for
                   Landfills When Leachate is Recirculated

                   Announces that EPA is considering revisions to the
                   Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills (40 CFR Part
                   258) with respect to the use of alternative liners when
                   landfill leachate is redrculated and with respect to allow-
                   ing the operation of landfills as more advanced bioreac-
                   tors. Requests information from the public on these types
                   of landfill processes.
                                                05/15/2000
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Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Sets
Degradability Standards for Plastic Ring
Carriers	

Announces EPA's promulgation of standards of pho-
todegradability for plastic ring carrier devices, common-
ly used on beverage cans. Provides two options for test-
ing ring carriers to demonstrate that they degrade.
Encourages development of biodegradable plastics.
                             02/75/2994
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Cover
Requirements for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills	

Announces cover requirements for municipal solid waste
landfills receiving waste after October 9,1993. Also noti-
fies landfills that stop receiving waste between October
9,1991, and October 9,1993, to comply with the federal
requirements for the final cover, as explained in 40 CFR
Part 258.60(a).
                              03/15/2992
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA's
Comprehensive Review of the Treatment
Standards for Mercury-Bearing Hazardous
Waste	

Announces EPA's comprehensive review of the stan-
dards governing how mercury-bearing hazardous waste
is treated prior to land disposal. Presents for public
review and comment EPA's data on mercury-bearing
hazardous waste, a series of technical and policy issues
regarding mercury waste treatment, and potential
avenues by which current mercury treatment standards
might be revised.
                             05/25/1999
Environmental  Fact Sheet: EPA's Final
Conditional No-Migration Determination
for DOE's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
(WIPP)	
Allows the U.S. Department of Energy to place limited
amounts of waste in a Waste Isolation Pilot Plant reposi-
tory for testing and experimentation.
                              11/15/1990
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final HWIR-
Media Rule	

Announces EPA's final rule, which sets new require-
ments under RCRA for hazardous and remediation
wastes that are treated, stored, or disposed of during
cleanup actions.
                              11/15/1995
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final
Modifications to the Wood Preserving
Regulations	
Announces the final rule that modifies several aspects of
a 1990 rule that regulated wastes from the wood preserv-
ing industry under RCRA.
                            '  20/25/1992
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule for
Third Third Scheduled Wastes Completes
Statutory Requirements for Land Disposal
Restrictions	

Explains the fifth in series of five land disposal rulemak-
ings. establishes treatment standards and effective dates
for Third Third wastes, including characteristic wastes
and soft hammer wastes from First and Second Third lists.
Treatment standards apply to hazardous wastes that are
land disposed, including those injected into deep wells.
                             05/08/1990
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule to
Eliminate Mineral Processing Wastes
From the Bevill Amendment	
Promulgates high-volume and low-hazard criteria for
determining which mineral processing wastes keep
exempt status under Bevill exclusion. Defines processing
wastes as opposed to beneficiation wastes, which are
subject to regulation as a solid waste under Subtitle D.
                              08/15/1989
                  Environmental Fact Sheet: Final
                  Standards Promulgated for Petroleum
                  Refining Waste	

                  Announces EPA's final rule to add four new hazardous
                  waste codes for petroleum refining wastes to its current
                  list of hazardous waste codes. Finalizes treatment stan-
                  dards under LDR for these wastes. Also promulgates
                  several exclusions related to the petroleum refining
                  industry.
                                                07/15/1998
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule to
Identify the Status of Twenty Mineral
Processing Wastes Conditionally Retained
within the Bevill Amendment	
Identifies the five wastes removed from exclusion and
the 15 wastes remaining within exclusion. Wastes no
longer covered by Bevill exclusion will be evaluated for
hazardous characteristics. Wastes exhibiting one or more
characteristics of hazardous waste must be managed
according to RCRA Subtitle C requirements.
                              01/15/1990
                  Environmental Fact Sheet: Final
                  Streamlined Regulations for Collecting
                  and Managing Universal Wastes	

                  Announces the promulgation of streamlined hazardous
                  waste regulations to make it easier for consumers and
                  businesses to recycle batteries, pesticides, and mercury-
                  containing thermostats, referred to as "universal wastes,"
                  while ensuring their safe collection, recycling, handling,
                  and treatment.
                                                05/15/1995
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final
Standards for Hazardous Waste
Combustors—Phase I	

Describes EPA's final standards for four items in the first
phase of finalizing its proposal to revise the air emission
standards for certain units that combust hazardous
wastes (i.e., hazardous waste generators, hazardous
waste burning incinerators, cement kilns, and light-
weight aggregate kilns.
                              05/15/1998
                  Environmental Fact Sheet: Finalization of
                  Hazardous Waste Identification Rule
                  (HWIR)	

                  Gives background on the mixture and derived-from rules
                  and defines both the mixture rule and the derived rule.
                  Explains the reason for the revision. In addition, details
                  two new exemptions that narrow the scope of these
                  rules, tailoring them to match the risks proposed by par-
                  ticular waste. An exemption for wastes listed solely for
                  ignitability, corrosivity, and/or reactivity characteristics,
                  and conditional exemption for mixed wastes.
                                                05/15/2001
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous
Waste Listing Determination for Two Dye
and Pigment Wastes	

Announces EPA's proposal of concentration-based listings
for two deferred dye and pigment wastes. Explains that
listing determinations are based on risk assessment results
that show certain concentration levels of constituents con-
tained in these wastes may pose potential hazards to
human health when disposed in landfills. Details EPA's
decision not to list wastewater treatment sludge from the
production of anthraquinone dyes and pigments.
                             07/15/1999
Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous
Waste Management System; Final
Codification Rule Correction	

Describes the corrective notice that makes current regula-
tory language of 40 CFR Part 264.301 consistent with
June 23,1987, U.S. Court of Appeals decision.
                             04/25/2990
Environmental  Fact Sheet: Hazardous
Waste Manifest System to be Streamlined

Details a proposal to improve the Uniform Hazardous
Waste Manifest system by automating procedures and
standardizing the manifest form. Describes the options
for using an electronic manifest, and explains how the
new process works. Also describes the impact this pro-
posal will have on business.
                             02/25/2002
Environmental Fact Sheet: Ideas to
Reduce Reporting Requirements at
Hazardous Waste Facilities	
Announces EPA's ideas for streamlining its hazardous
waste reporting and recordkeeping requirements.
                             06/25/2999
*Environmental Fact Sheet: Interim
Emission Standards for 1999 Hazardous
Waste Combustor Rule	

Summarizes EPA's interim air emission standards and
revised compliance provisions for hazardous waste com-
bustion sources as a result of a consensus settlement of
issues among the environmental and regulated commu-
nities and EPA. Only available on the Internet at .
                             02/25/2002
Environmental Fact Sheet: Interim Final
Rule Suspending Application of the
Toxicity Characteristic for Used
Chlorofluorocarbon Refrigerants Being
Reclaimed	
Discusses the interim final rule suspending the application
of toxicity characteristics for reclaiming used chlorofluoro-
carbon refrigerants. Venting certain chemicals, including
refrigerants, was prohibited effective July 1,1992.
                              02/25/2992
Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous
Waste Minimization—Interim Final
Guidance for Generators	
Introduces EPA's interim final guidance on developing a
basic hazardous waste minimization program. The guid-
ance is designed to help waste management organiza-
tions and hazardous waste generators design programs
that fulfill RCRA provisions.
                             05/25/2993
Environmental Fact Sheet: Land Disposal
Restrictions—Second Third (Final)	

Discusses EPA's final approach to implementing land
disposal restrictions of Second Third hazardous wastes.
Rule establishes treatment standards based on perfor-
mance of BDAT, and specifies when standards will be
effective.
                             06/15/1989
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Low-level
Mixed Waste Conditionally Exempt from
Hazardous Waste Regulation	

Describes a final rule that provides flexibility to duly
licensed NRC generators to treat, store, and/or dispose
of certain mixed waste without a RCRA permit. The
Agency is exempting low-level mixed waste (LLMW)
from RCRA storage and treatment requirements, and
LLMW or Naturally Occurring and/or Accelerator-pro-
duced Radioactive Material (NARM) from RCRA trans-
portation and disposal requirements. This exemption
applies to mixed waste stored and treated in tanks or
containers on-site. Additional flexibility is also provided
for manifesting eligible mixed waste. Although mixed
waste meeting the applicable conditions is exempt from
certain RCRA requirements, it must still be managed as
radioactive waste according to NRC regulations.
                              06/15/2001
Environmental Fact Sheet: Management
Standards Issued to Control Potential
Risks from Recycled Used  Oil—No
Hazardous Waste Listing	
Introduces new EPA management standards for all seg-
ments of the used oil recycling system. The standards
apply simple controls to generators of used oil and more
stringent controls to processors, refiners, and trans-
porters of used oil. The controls, found at 40 CFR Part
279, diminish potential risks and make it unnecessary to
list recycled used oil as hazardous waste.
                              05/15/7992
                   Environmental Fact Sheet: Mercury in the
                   Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Stream

                   Describes EPA's examination of the major sources of
                   mercury in the MSW stream, such as batteries and paint
                   residues. Predicts a dramatic decrease in mercury dis-
                   cards in the next several years due to source reduction
                   and recycling efforts.
                                                07/15/1992
                   Environmental Fact Sheet: Milestone!
                   Fifth Rulemaking Finalizes Land Disposal
                   Restrictions	

                   Completes the 6-year program. Details treatment stan-
                   dards established for wastes listed or identified before
                   November 8,1984. Hazardous waste management facili-
                   ties must test treated waste to verify that it meets stan-
                   dards. Land disposal facilities must ensure that all waste
                   disposal complies with LDRs.
                                                05/OS/1990
                   Environmental Fact Sheet: Municipal
                   Solid Waste Prevention in  Federal
                   Agencies	

                   Highlights waste prevention opportunities in federal
                   agencies. Explains the principles of waste prevention and
                   provides examples of successful federal programs.
                                                10/15/1992
Environmental Fact Sheet: Management
Standards Proposed for Cement Kiln Dust
Waste	

Announces EPA's promotion of pollution prevention,
recycling, and safer disposal of cement kiln dust by
proposing management standards for this waste.
Proposed standards provide a new, tailored framework
that safeguards groundwater and limits risk from releas-
es of dust to air.
                              03/15/1999
                   Environmental Fact Sheet: New
                   Treatment Standards Finalized for K061
                   High Zinc Subcategory Wastes	

                   Finalizes concentration-based treatment standards for
                   K061 nonwastewaters in the high zinc subcategory
                   Finalizes generic exclusion from hazardous waste regula-
                   tions for slag resulting from high temperature metal
                   recovery processes. Conditional exclusion from solid
                   waste classification is being granted for certain partially
                   reclaimed material.
                                                OS/15/1991
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Environmental Fact Sheet: No Hazardous
Waste Listing for Used Oil That Is Being
Disposed	

Announces the determination that it is unnecessary to
list used oil being disposed of as hazardous waste. This
rule finalizes the September 1991 Supplemental Proposal
to reevaluate the 1986 decision not to list used oil as haz-
ardous waste.
                              05/15/1992
Environmental Fact Sheet: Notification of
Ground-water Monitoring Policy for
Delisting Petitions	

Clarifies the authority of EPA to require and evaluate
groundwater data for delisting purposes. The require-
ment will apply only if units containing petitioned waste
are required under current regulations to have a ground-
water monitoring system.
                              10/15/1989
*Environmental Fact Sheet: Paint Wastes
Not Listed as Hazardous Waste	

Announces EPA's final determination not to add two
paint production wastes to the list of hazardous waste.
Only available on the Internet at .
                              03/15/2002
Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for
Basel  Convention Aim to Prevent
Pollution,  Reduce Risk, and Promote
Recycling Issues	     .	

Presents recommendations to Congress for implementing
the Basel Convention. Asks Congress to ban the export of
nearly all hazardous wastes, municipal wastes, and
municipal incinerator ash (known as covered wastes)
beyond North American borders. Emphasizes the princi-
ples of waste minimization to make the United States
more self-sufficient in the management and disposal of
its wastes. Fosters appropriate recycling of low hazard
materials (e.g., scrap paper, glass, textiles, and scrap met-
als) that trade like commodities and are needed as raw
materials by not limiting transboundary movements of
these materials. Lists parties to the Basel Convention, as
of February 22,1994.
                              03/15/2994
Environmental Fact Sheet: Procedures for
Approving State Subtitle D Landfill
Permitting Programs	

Describes EPA's requirements governing Subtitle D land-
fills, a major effort to improve the safety of solid waste
landfills nationwide. Procedures allow states with
approved permit programs flexibility in the way they
choose to incorporate the federal requirements into their
own solid waste management programs.
                              10/15/1998
                                                    Environmental  Fact Sheet: Properly
                                                    Managing Used Oil Filters	

                                                    Supports the recycling of properly drained used oil fil-
                                                    ters and their parts. Provides information on recycling or
                                                    correct disposal of oil filters. Includes a checklist for
                                                    properly draining oil filters.
                                                                                  07/15/1994
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"Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed
Revisions to the Hazardous Waste
identification Rule (HWIR)	

Announces EPA's proposal to revise the wastewater
treatment exemptions for hazardous waste mixtures
found in 40 CFR 261,3(a)(2)(iv)(A)-(G), also known as the
"Headworks Rule Exemptions." Only available on the
Internet at .
                              04/25/2003
Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule
Aims to Promote Metal Recovery from
Waste Water Treatment Sludge (FOQ6)

Announces EPA's proposal for a cleaner, cheaper, and
smarter way for the metal finishing industry to recycle
F006 waste through metals recovery. Describes the pro-
posal to allow generators of F006 waste (sludges from
the treatment of electroplating wastewaters) up to 180
days (or up to 270 days, if applicable) to accumulate F006
waste without a hazardous waste storage permit or inter-
im status, provided that these generators meet certain
conditions for recycling waste.
                             02/15/2999
Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule
Aims to Revise Certain Standards for
Spent Potliners from Primary Aluminum
Reduction (K088) and Identify a New
Regulatory Classification Scheme for
Vitrification Units Treating K088 Waste

Addresses EPA's proposed strategy for the treatment of
K088 waste. Discusses this proposal as a signal of a new
direction in the LDR program, one which fosters the use
of environmentally-sound technologies over treatment
that merely prepares a waste for land disposal. Describes
this proposal as one that promotes the use of a technolo-
gy that generates reusable products, fluoride dust and
glass frit, as well as the destruction of significant
amounts of cyanide in K088 waste.
                             07/25/2000
                  Environmental Fact Sheet: Purchasing
                  and Maintaining Retread Passenger Tires

                  Describes how fleet managers and vehicle operators can
                  help reduce the quantity of scrap tires generated annually
                  through waste prevention, proper tire maintenance, and
                  tire retreading. Includes tips for proper tire maintenance.
                                                09/15/1995
                  *Environmental Fact Sheet: RCRA
                  Corrective Action Showcase Pilots
                  Announced	

                  Announces that 31 innovative cleanup pilots, known as
                  the RCRA Showcase Pilots, are underway in all ten EPA
                  Regions and more than twenty states, The pilots are
                  intended to illustrate innovative, nationwide RCRA
                  Correction Action cleanup efforts and to stimulate others
                  to explore similar efforts to speed up progress toward
                  EPA's cleanup goals.Only available on the Internet at
                  .
                                               20/25/2002
                  Environmental Fact Sheet: Recycled Coke
                  Wastes Exempt From Hazardous Waste
                  Regulation	
                  Announces that coke byproduct residues returned to
                  coke ovens or mixed with coal tar are not to be listed as
                  hazardous waste. By excluding coke byproduct from
                  RCRA regulation, the final rule encourages legitimate
                  hazardous waste recycling over disposal.
                                               06/25/2992
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Redesigning
Hazardous Waste Regulations on
Recycling	

Discusses EPA and the states' joint efforts to revise the
regulatory definition of solid waste under RCRA.
Addresses revisions that will improve EPA's regulation
of hazardous waste recycling by removing disincentives
that might cause industries to choose disposal over safe
recycling, concentrating on higher-risk materials that
pose greater hazards to human health, and developing
simpler definitions and regulations.
                              07/15/1995
Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised
Technical Standards for Hazardous Waste
Combustion Facilities	

Announces EPA's effort to reduce hazardous air pollu-
tants by issuing emission standards for hazardous waste-
burning incinerators, cement kilns, and lightweight
aggregate kilns. Describes how these standards will sig-
nificantly limit emissions of many hazardous air pollu-
tants, including dioxins and furans, mercury, and other
heavy metals.
                              08/15/1999
Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory
Determination for Wastes from the
Combustion of Fossil Fuels	

Announces EPA's decision that fossil fuel combustion
wastes do not warrant regulation as hazardous under
Subtitle C of RCRA.. Discusses EPA's determination that
national nonhazardous waste regulations under RCRA
Subtitle D are needed for coal combustion wastes dis-
posed in surface impoundments and landfills and used
as minefill. Addresses EPA's conclusion that beneficial
uses of these wastes, other than for minefilling, pose no
significant risk and no additional national regulations are
necessary.
                              05/25/2000
Environmental Fact Sheet: Request for
Comments: EPA Announces In-Depth
Review of the Land Disposal Restrictions
(LDR) Program	

Announces an in-depth review of key issues for the LDR
Program to further ensure that human health and the
environment are protected from the threats posed by the
land disposal of hazardous wastes. Describes a series of
technical and policy issues regarding hazardous waste
treatment and potential avenues by which the LDR pro-
gram might be revised.
                              06/15/2000
Environmental Fact Sheet: Revisions
Proposed to Post-Closure  Landfill
Requirements	

Proposes changes to the postclosure care regulations for
hazardous waste landfills under RCRA. Recommends
elimination of the existing postclosure permit require-
ment and expansion of states' RCRA programs to include
corrective action authority for interim status facilities.
                               12/15/1994
*Environmental Fact Sheet: Rule
Proposed to Reduce Hazardous Waste
Record Keeping Requirements	

Explains EPA's proposal to reduce and streamline report-
ing and record keeping requirements in an effort to
reduce the regulatory burdens (time spent developing
and submitting information to federal agencies and on
keeping records) associated with the hazardous waste
management regulations. Only available on the Internet
at .
                              01/15/2002
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Some Used
Lamps Are Universal Wastes	

Announces EPA's decision to manage certain used
lamps, especially fluorescent and high intensity dis-
charge lamps, under the universal waste program.
Allows for less stringent standards for storing, transport-
ing, and collecting used lamps while maintaining com-
pliance with full hazardous waste requirements for final
recycling, treatment, or disposal.
                              07/25/1999
Environmental Fact Sheet: Source
Reduction of Municipal Solid Waste	

Outlines the significant growth in solid waste generation
in the U.S. and the impact of source reduction on the
national waste stream. Defines source reduction and
addresses source reduction versus recycling. Profiles
some key source reduction strategies. Addresses how
source reduction affects climate change. Lists resources
for further information.
                              09/15/1999
*Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards for
Hazardous Air Pollutants for Hazardous
Waste Combustors - Direct Final Rule,
Parallel Proposal, and  Proposed Rule

Announces that EPA is amending nationwide standards
for hazardous waste burning incinerators, cement kilns
and lightweight aggregate kilns. These amendments will
make it easier to comply with the standards that apply to
many hazardous air pollutants of concern, including
dioxins and furans, mercury, and other heavy metals.
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Environmental  Fact Sheet: Two New
Hazardous Waste Codes Added From
Organobromine Production	
Announces promulgation of the final rule to add two
new waste codes to the current lists of RCRA hazardous
waste. Amends lands disposal restrictions treatment
standards by adding wastes from the production of
organobromines.
                               04/15/2998
Environmental Fact Sheet: Wood
Preserving Wastes Listed as  Hazardous
Presents three wastes generated by wood preserving
industry (i.e., F032, F034 and F035) that have been added
to EPA's lists of hazardous wastes requiring regulation.
Finalizes portion of December 1988, proposed rule.
Includes management standards for drip pads.
                               11/15/1990
Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous
Waste Generation and Disposal (BRS 1995
Final) on CD-ROM	

Provides cradle to grave waste tracking of actual output
information on waste generation and disposition by
LQGs and SQGs, transporters, and TSDFs. Developed
and maintained independently by the Olewine
Company, the database retrieval system allows the user
to locate owner/operator information and names, titles
and telephone numbers of project managers; browse
detailed data on TSDFs and LQGs activities, such as
onsite waste treatment, disposal, or recycling, offsite
waste received, waste generation and management, and
waste minimization; monitor a TSDF's hazardous waste
shipments by waste code; locate a TSDF handling a
waste code within a geographic area of interest; and pro-
duce a detailed report of all waste shipped or shipments
received by a TSDF. Product contains databases, search
and retrieval software on an ISO 9600/High Sierra for-
mat CD/ROM, online help from any screen, an installa-
tion diskette, and a User's Guide. Requires a PC386 run-
ning DOS 3.1 or higher and 4 Meg hard-disk space. The
Olewine Company also offers hotline support for no
additional charge.
                               07/25/2997
Environmental  Factor™: RCRA Hazardous
Waste Handler Information (RCRIS) on
CD-ROM	

Contains permit status, design capacity and compliance •
history for facilities found in the EPA RCRIS program
tracking database. Developed and maintained indepen-
dently by the Olewine Company, the database retrieval
system allows the user to search for RCRA facilities by
permit type, Standard Industry Classification (SIC) code,
RCRA waste codes, corrective action or violation; view
compliance information (dates of evaluation, violation,
enforcement and corrective action); look up facilities by
waste processing categories of marketing, transporting,
processing and energy recovery; and produce facility pro-
file reports showing waste activity or compliance history.
Product contains databases, search and retrieval software
on two ISO 9600/High Sierra format CD/ROMs, online
help from any screen, an installation diskette, and a
User's Guide. Requires a PC running DOS 3.1 or higher
and 4 Meg hard-disk space. The Olewine Company also
offers hotline support for no additional charge.
EP Toxicity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.24);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001	
Describes process by which EPA identified and defined
extraction procedure toxicity characteristic. Presents
rationale, assumptions, models, and scientific studies
employed in defining extraction procedure toxicity.
Discusses comments received on proposed characteristics
and changes made in response to comments.
                               05/01/1980
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EPA Activities Under RCRA of 1976—
Annual Report to the President and
Congress, Fiscal Year 1977	

Describes activities of EPA during fiscal year 1977 in car-
rying out mandates and authorizations of RCRA. Covers
activities related to state and local program development,
land disposal provisions, hazardous waste regulation,
resource recovery and waste reduction, and public partic-
ipation and information. Summaries from EPA regional
offices compiled to indicate activities throughout country.
Lists reports and publications issued during the year.
(EPA SW-663)                   02/01/1978
                   Equivalency of State Financial
                   Responsibility Mechanisms	

                   Describes criteria of equivalence to federal requirements
                   for states seeking authorization to administer hazardous
                   waste programs. States not seeking such authorization
                   may enact financial responsibility requirements applica-
                   ble to owners and operators of hazardous waste manage-
                   ment facilities. Covers criteria for equivalence determina-
                   tions, trust funds,  surety bonds, letters of credit, and clo-
                   sure or postclosure insurance.
                                                  09/01/1982
EPA Activities Under RCRA—Annual
Report to the President and Congress,
Fiscal Year 1978	

Describes activities of EPA during fiscal year 1978 in car-
rying out mandates and authorizations of RCRA. Covers
activities planned for 1979 and activities related to state
and local program development, land disposal provi-
sions, and public participation and education, summaries
from EPA regional offices are compiled to indicate activi-
ties throughout country. Lists reports and publications
issued during year.
(EPASW-755)                    03/15/1979
EPA Guide for Infectious Waste
Management	

Provides guidance on management of infectious waste.
Documents EPA perspective on acceptable infectious
waste management practices. Topics include a definition
of infectious waste and recommended practices for pack-
aging, treatment, storage, transportation, and disposal of
wastes. Contains updated summary of state require-
ments and regulations.
(EPA53Q-SW-86-024)            05/15/1986
                   Evaluating Cover Systems for Solid and
                   Hazardous Waste	

                   Describes 39 steps to evaluate plans to sequence design-
                   ing, constructing, and maintaining of effective cover over
                   solid and hazardous waste. Evaluations consider soils,
                   site conditions, details of cover design, and postclosure
                   maintenance and contingencies.
                   (EPA SW-867)                  09/15/1982
                   "Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion into
                   Indoor Air     	

                   Fact sheet describing a draft guidance issued by EPA to
                   help determine if the vapor intrusion exposure pathway
                   poses a significant risk to human health. Only available
                   on the Internet at .
                                                   11/25/2002
                   Evaluation Guidelines for Toxic Air
                   Emissions from Land Disposal  Facilities

                   Provides technical guidance to evaluate the potential
                   emissions of volatile hazardous chemicals into the
                   atmosphere from land disposal facilities such as surface
                   impoundments, seepage facilities, landfills, and land
                   treatment facilities. This method predicts impact on
                   ambient air quality by estimating the emission rates of
                   toxic components from disposal facilities.
                                                   08/01/1981
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Exemption of Oiland Gas Exploration
and Production Wastes from Federal
Hazardous Waste Regulations	
Addresses the exemption of certain oil and gas explo-
ration and production (E&P) wastes from regulation as
hazardous wastes under Subtitle C of RCRA. Discusses
basic rules for determining the exempt or non-exempt
status of wastes. Provides examples of exempt and non-
exempt wastes. Examines E&P waste mixtures. Clarifies
several misunderstandings about the exemption and
answers frequently asked questions. Makes recommen-
dations for sensible waste management. Includes sources
of additional information.
                               08/15/2002
Exposure Assessment Guidance for RCRA
Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities;
Draft	__
Transmits recommendations on implementing the
Agency's guidance on conducting indirect exposure
assessments. Includes implementation guidance for con-
ducting indirect exposure analysis at RCRA combustion
units, products of incomplete combustion list, guidance
on trial burns, and guidance for performing screening
level risk analysis at combustion facilities.
                               04/15/1994
Extended Product Responsibility; A New
Principle for Product-Oriented Pollution
Prevention	

Defines the general principle of EPR (the shifting of
responsibility to a life cycle concept to identify opportu-
nities for preventing pollution and reducing resource
and energy use in each stage of the product life cycle
through changes in product design and process technolo-
gy; the sharing of responsibility for the life cycle environ-
mental impacts of the product system among links in the
product chain; and a product systems approach with a
focus of creating feed-back to product designers to
design cleaner products). Discusses product responsibili-
ty in the United States. Addresses extended responsibili-
ty in the electronics industry. Presents The Frigidaire
Company's program for recyclable product development
of refrigerators, automotive take back and recycling pro-
grams, an industry program to collect and recycle nickel-
cadmium batteries, Interface Flooring Systems'
Evergreen Program and the product of service concept,
Xerox Corporation's product stewardship, and
Rochester-Midland Corporation's life-cycle partnership
for cleaning products. Includes an appendix of ELR poli-
cy in the United States, Canada, the European Union,
Germany, The Netherlands, France, Denmark, Sweden,
Belgium, the United Kingdom, and Japan. Prepared
under a grant by the University of Tennessee Center for
Clean Products and Clean Technologies.
                               06/15/1997
                                                     Extended Product Responsibility: A
                                                     Strategic Framework for Sustainable
                                                     Products	
                                                     Describes reduction of the life-cycle environmental
                                                     impacts of products. Provides reasons for companies to
                                                     consider EPR. Outlines how EPR works.
                                                                                    12/15/1998
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Fate and Transport of Hazardous
Constituents; Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001	

Presents two sections. The first section is a compilation
of physical and chemical properties of 195 hazardous
constituents. The second section estimates the migratory
potential or persistence of constituents of concern, based
on model in which waste is disposed of in an unconfined
landfill and/or lagoons.
                              05/01/1980
                  Final Paper Products Recovered Materials
                  Advisory Notice (RMAN): Response to
                  Public Comments	

                  Provides EPA's response to comments requested on
                  paper-grade specific issues and on content levels, defini-
                  tions, and specifications recommended in the Draft of the
                  Paper RMAN, published in March 1995. Describes the
                  draft of the paper RMAN recommendations for procur-
                  ing agencies to use when purchasing paper and paper
                  products containing postconsumer recovered materials.
                                                05/25/2996
Final Draft Guidance for Subpart H of the
Interim Status Standards for Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities	
Assists regional offices in implementing closure and
postclosure plans. Identifies major issues that affect clo-
sure requirements, with clarification of definitions.
Focuses on six specific types of closing: tanks, surface
impoundments, land treatment facilities, landfills, incin-
erators, and multiple process facilities.
                              22/25/29S2
Final Interim Status Standards for Surface
Impoundments (40 CFR 265.220);
Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004	

Describes purpose, legislative authority for regulations,
and key definitions used in the development of stan-
dards. Discusses the need for regulation from public
health and environmental standpoints. Provides a synop-
sis of proposed regulations. Includes analysis of issues,
including proposed regulations and rationale, comments
received, EPA's response and final regulatory language.
References and appendices included.
                              04/15/1980
                  Financial Assurance for Closure and
                  Postclosure Care; Requirements for
                  Owners  and Operators of Hazardous
                  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
                  Facilities; A Guidance Manual	

                  Communicates information to ensure that adequate
                  financial responsibility is provided for proper closure
                  and postclosure care of hazardous waste facilities.
                  Introduction provides a general background for under-
                  standing financial requirements and manual organiza-
                  tion. An overview of requirements is included in Chapter
                  II. Subsequent chapters deal with trust funds, surety
                  bonds, letters of credit, insurance, financial test and cor-
                  porate guarantee, state-required mechanisms, and
                  assumption of responsibility.
                  (EPA SW-955)                  05/15/1982
                  Financial Requirements; Interim Status
                  Standards (40 CFR 265, Subpart H); Final
                  Draft Guidance	

                  Assists regional offices in implementing sections of inter-
                  im status regulations relevant to closure and postclosure
                  cost estimates. Section should be read in conjunction
                  with guidance for closure and postclosure plans.
                  Document emphasizes interim status.
                  (EPA SW-913)                  01/15/1984
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Financial Responsibility for Municipal
Solid Waste Landfills: An Introduction for
Local Governments	

Provides a brief overview of the requirements for owners
and operators of MSW landfills to demonstrate financial
responsibility for certain costs associated with their land-
fills. Enumerates the seven financial mechanisms that
owners and operators may use to demonstrate financial
responsibility. Lists regional and headquarters contacts.
                               04/25/1997
Financing Guide for Recycling Businesses:
Investment Forums, Meetings,  and
Networks	

Designed to help recycling ventures identify sources of
capital and to foster awareness of these opportunities
among financiers. Documents the business strengths nec-
essary to attract significant investment. Lists ways for
entrepreneurs and economic developers to identify a
wide range of potential financial partners for recycling
companies. Provides recommendations for economic
developers and prospective forum organizers on the
design of recycling-specific forums. Includes a listing by
geographic region of more than 100 investment forums,
meetings, and networks that have developed to help
entrepreneurs, investors, and service providers find com-
patible partners. Provides contact information and brief
description of each organization.
                               09/15/1996
First Report to Congress: Resource
Recovery and Source Reduction	
Pertains to investigation and study of problems of
resource recovery. Organized into four major sections
and two appendices.
(EPA SW-352)                   01/15/1974
Follow That Trail!	

This activity book for grades K-3 is part of the Planet
Protectors Club Kit. Students follow the trail through a
maze, a rebus, and other fun activities to find out where
bottles and cans go after they are recycled, and other facts
about resource conservation. Also available in Spanish.
                               09/15/1995
40 CFR Parts 190-259
Codifies the general and permanent rules pertaining to
RCRA published in the FR by EPA.
                               07/01/2003
40 CFR Parts 260-265	

Codifies the general and permanent rules pertaining to
RCRA published in the FR by EPA.
                               07/01/2003
Financing Guide for Recycling Businesses:
Investment Forums, Meetings, and
Networks (Brochure)	

Provides a description of the financing guide, its intend-
ed audience, and how to order paper copy or locate it on
the Internet. Also provides ordering information for a
recycling investment forum videotape.
                              09/15/1996
40 CFR Parts 266-299
Codifies the general and permanent rules pertaining to
RCRA published in the FR by EPA.
                               07/01/2003
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Fourth Report to Congress: Resource
Recovery and Waste Reduction	

Reviews current status of resource recovery and waste
reduction programs. Presents new findings on resource
recovery and waste reduction from EPA studies, investi-
gations, and technology demonstration projects. Includes
bibliography of relevant EPA publications.
(EPA SW-600)                  08/01/1977
Fourth Year WasteWise Progress Report:
Preserving  Resources, Preventing Waste

Examines the WasteWise program's fourth year and shares
the results achieved by WasteWise partners in 1997.
Provides sample partner achievements, highlights in waste
prevention, recycling collection, and buying and manufac-
turing recycled products. Contains graph showing
WasteWise partner growth from 1994 through 1998.
Features the "WasteWise Partners of the Year" with brief
descriptions of their waste prevention activities. Lists
WasteWise "Program Champions." Describes the satellite
forum held in June 1998. U.S. map shows locations of part-
ner network meetings, trade shows, and regional forums,
and the number of WasteWise partners in each state.
                               09/15/1998
 Full Cost Accounting for Municipal Solid
 Waste Management: A Handbook	

 Introduces FCA and describes how FCA identifies what
 MSW management costs, explains the peaks and valleys
 in MSW cash expenditures, illustrates MSW costs to citi-
 zens more clearly, adopts a businesslike approach to
 MSW management, develops a stronger position in
 negotiating with vendors, evaluates the appropriate mix
 of MSW services, and fine-tunes MSW programs,
 addresses compilation of FCA data, allocating costs, and
 reporting FCA data. Includes glossary of FCA terms.
                               09/15/1997
                  Full Cost Accounting in Action: Case
                  Studies of Six Solid Waste Management
                  Agencies	

                  Illustrates the ways that different agencies developed
                  unique FCA systems and applied those systems to
                  address local issues, ranging from establishing user fees
                  to cover service costs to developing a financial strategy
                  for closing an ash landfill. For each case study provides
                  information on MSW system operations and costs,
                  describes local FCA data and its developments, and
                  explains how these data were used to address one or
                  more local issues. Highlights the overarching uses and
                  benefits of FCA rather than the early planning stages of
                  incorporating FCA into existing budget and accounting
                  procedures. Includes FCA glossary.
                                                12/25/1998
                  General and Interim Status Standards for
                  Tanks (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart J);
                  Interim Status Standards for Chemical,
                  Physical,  and Biological Treatment (40
                  CFR 265,  Subpart Q); Standards
                  Applicable to Owners and Operators of
                  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
                  and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
                  Subtitle C, Section 3004	
                  Provides EPA's support and rationale for regulating haz-
                  ardous waste in tanks and  in chemical, physical and bio-
                  logical treatment facilities.  Contains definitions, damage
                  incidents, and description of precedents set for regula-
                  tion. Describes proposed regulation and summarizes
                  comments and EPA's responses to comments as well as
                  rationale for final regulation. Proposes two new require-
                  ments concerning comprehensive inspection of tanks and
                  control of air emissions.
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                                                                         Titles
General Facility Standards for Location of
Facilities (40 CFR 264, Subpart B, Section
264.18); Standards Applicable to Owners
and Operators of Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
Provides background and support for EPA's general loca-
tion standards, from which permits are granted. Explains
background and basis for regulations.
                             22/15/1980
General Issues Concerning Interim Status
Standards (40 CFR 265); Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
Subtitle C, Section 3004	
Addresses general issues regarding interim standards at
hazardous waste management facilities. Standards allow
prompt implementation of the initial phase of the RCRA
hazardous waste control.
                             04/15/1980
General Waste Analysis (40 CFR 264.13);
interim Status Standards for General
Waste Analysis (40 CFR 265.13); Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
Subtitle C, Section 3004	
Provides EPA's support for imposing general waste
analysis standards at hazardous waste management
facilities, Addresses Congressional authority for regula-
tion. Provides examples of damage incidents and
describes precedents for regulation set by state and/or
other federal statutes. Summarizes and responds to com-
ments received on proposed regulations, giving EPA's
rationale for final regulations.
                            04/29/2980
Generation and Management of CESQG
Waste	__

Summarizes existing data on the waste generation and
management practices of CESQG. Includes data on the
number of CESQGs and the volume of CESQG waste.
Discusses major CESQG waste generating industries,
major CESQG waste types, and CESQGs waste manage-
ment practices.  Appendices provide detailed information
on the source of information, list state requirements for
CESQGs, and cite available federal and state documents
that encourage pollution prevention and proper waste
management by CESQGs.
(EPA530-R-95-017)             07/15/1994
Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan
for Land Disposal Restrictions Program
(BDAT)	       .

Details EPA's BDAT program for collecting treatment
data and setting forth specific quality assurance and
quality control parameters.
(EPA530-SW-87-011)            03/15/1987
Geochemical Modeling of Mine Pit
Water: An Overview and Application of
Computer Codes	

Evaluates the suitability of hydrogeochemical computer
modeling codes BALANCE, MINTEQA2, PHREEQE,
WATEQF, and WATEQF4 to the task of modeling post-
mining pit water geochemistry. Discusses the advantages
and disadvantages of these codes for pit water modeling.
Provides detailed descriptions of the operation of each
software code. Includes a detailed discussion of intro-
ductory aqueous geochemistry and how the concepts are
integrated into chemical models.
(EPA530-R-95-012)              22/25/2994
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Geosynthetic Clay Liners  Used in
Municipal Solid Waste Landfills	

Describes geosynthetic liners (GCLs), a new and innova-
tive technology that meets federal performance stan-
dards of the Criteria for MSWLFs (40 CFR 258), used as a
barrier system in MSWLF applications. Discusses GCL
technology—materials, hydraulic conductivity, shear
strength and other characteristics, and testing. Lists
available GCL products, their installation, and costs.
Addresses performance factors and design and  installa-
tion standards. Provides case studies. Includes references
and sources of additional information.
                                 07/15/2997
Geotechnical Systems for Structures on
Contaminated Sites; Technical Guidance
Document	

Addresses some of the technical aspects of contaminated
site remediation and redevelopment. This document is
intended for use by regional and state personnel at sites
where contamination is marginal or where the primary
source of contamination has been removed, and where it
might be technically feasible to build functional struc-
tures that can mitigate some environmental hazards.
Includes background information on the corrective
action program, suitable conditions for structural devel-
opment, major categories of contaminated sites, selection
of site-design measures, design components and configu-
rations,  measures of coverage effectiveness, and exam-
ples of sites.
(EPA530-R-93-002)               08/15/1993
 Getting More for Less: Improving
 Collection Efficiency	

 Summarizes information presented to participants at a
 series of national workshops on collection efficiency.
 Defines collection efficiency as picking up more solid
 waste or recyclables using fewer trucks or fewer people
 or less time. Focuses on four specific cost-cutting strate-
 gies: changing collection frequency, improving routing,
 automating collection, and implementing dual collection.
 Outlines steps for designing changes to a collection sys-
 tem. Includes resources.
                                 11/15/1999
                   Getting on the Books with Waste
                   Reduction	

                   Fact sheet describing the Department of Energy's
                   Voluntary Reporting of Greenhouse Gas Program, creat-
                   ed for individuals or entities to report information on
                   any activity that reduces emissions of greenhouse gases
                   or increases carbon sequestration. Provides sample suc-
                   cess stories. Addresses benefits, and challenges. Also
                   available in the kit folder Climate Change and Waste.
                                                    07/15/2002
                   Grant Resources for Solid Waste Activities
                   in  Indian Country	

                   Serves as a resource tool to assist tribes, Alaskan native
                   villages, and community and nonprofit organizations in
                   identifying financial assistance opportunities for their
                   solid waste management programs. Provides general
                   information on developing effective grant proposals and
                   describes potential funding sources for solid waste activ-
                   ities. Includes both federal and private sources for
                   grants. Provides purpose, eligibility, types of support,
                   uses and use restrictions, financial information, sample
                   of previous awards, deadline, application information,
                   criteria for selecting proposals, assistance considerations,
                   post assistance requirements, information contacts, and
                   related programs for each grant source. Includes sample
                   forms and glossary. Includes list of EPA regional tribal
                   coordinators.
                                                    08/15/1998
                                                       Green Advertising Claims
                    Helps consumers evaluate the environmental claims of
                    products. Cautions against vague claims, claims of
                    biodegradability, and claims that products are ozone-
                    friendly. Provides government information sources.
                                                    10/15/1992
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"Greenscaping'
Garden
Your Lawn and
Encourages consumers to grasscycle, mulch, and com-
post to reduce the amount of yard waste in the waste
stream. Provides details on how and what to compost.
Addresses changing landscaping to "greenscaping" by
reducing (use manual tools and fewer harmful pesti-
cides), reusing (collect rainwater), recycling (used oil and
tires from landscaping vehicles and equipment), and
rebuying (gardening products made from recycled mate-
rials).
                              0/15/2003
GreenScapes: Environmentally
Beneficial Landscaping	

Describes EPA's GreenScapes program. Provides cost-
efficient and environmentally friendly solutions for
large-scale landscaping. Focuses on reducing, recycling,
reusing, and rebuying. Includes a checklist of activities.
                              07/15/2003
Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR 265,
Subpart F); Standards Applicable to Owners
and Operators of Hazardous Waste
Treatment Storage, and Disposal Facilities
Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
Provides EPA's support for setting groundwater monitor-
ing standards at hazardous waste management facilities.
Facilities must monitor movement of groundwater to
detect contaminants as early as possible. Specifies moni-
toring requirements.
                              05/20/19SO
Groundwater Pathway Analysis for
Aluminum Potliners (K088)	

Discusses the application of the EPA Composite Model
for Leachate Migration with Transformation Products to
model the groundwater impact of the disposal of alu-
minum potliners. Describes the modeling approach and
data sources used. Presents the results of the fate and
transport modeling. Provides references.
(EPA530-R-97-Q23)              02/25/1996
Guidance Document for Subpart F: Air
Emission Monitoring; Land Disposal Toxic
Air Emissions Evaluation Guideline	

Presents procedures for assessing the impact of hazardous
air emissions from disposal facilities on downwind popu-
lation. Disposal areas include surface impoundments,
seepage facilities, landfills, and land treatment facilities.
Calculations presented for quick reference.
                              12/15/1980
                               Guidance Document: Seismic
                               Considerations in Hazardous Waste
                               Management Facilities	

                               Documents EPA's support for regulations prohibiting
                               hazardous waste management facilities from locating
                               within 200 feet of a fault that has had displacement in
                               Holocene Period (i.e. approximately the past 11,000
                               years). Addresses final ruling on surface fault displace-
                               ment. Includes description of regulation and conse-
                               quences of noncompliance. Appendices discuss earth-
                               quakes and faults, types of fault displacements, and
                               holocene deposits.
                                                             12/29/1950
                               Guidance for Capacity Assurance
                               Planning; Capacity Planning Pursuant to
                               CERCLA Section 104(c)(9)	

                               Provides guidance to the states on how to assure ade-
                               quate hazardous waste treatment and disposal capacity
                               for meeting the requirements of Section 104(c)(9) of CER-
                               CLA by preparing the 1993 hazardous waste capacity
                               assurance plans. Includes an overview of the capacity
                               assurance planning process, base-year data, projections,
                               and information on addressing shortfalls.
                               (EPA530-R-93-OU)              05/15/1993
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"Guidance for Evaluating the Vapor
Intrusion to Indoor Air Pathway from
Groundwater and Soils (Subsurface
Vapor Intrusion Guidance); Draft
Addresses the evaluation of a single exposure pathway -
the "vapor intrusion pathway." Provides a tool to help
the user conduct a screening evaluation as to whether or
not the vapor intrusion exposure pathway is complete
and, if so, whether it poses an unacceptable risk to
human health. Only available on the Internet at .
                              11/15/2002
Guidance for Facility Management
Planning; Draft	

Provides guidance developing multi-year strategies, the
third step of the facility management planning process.
Designed to encourage coordination among state and
EPA enforcement officials and permitting entities.
                              07/01/1985
Guidance for Implementing the RCRA
Dioxin Listing Rule	

Supplies states and EPA regions with guidance on imple-
menting RCRA listing of CDFs. Gives consensus posi-
tions of various enforcement offices for major response
issues of RCRA and CERCLA programs. Issues and pro-
posed resolutions are summarized.
                              08/01/1985
Guidance for Permit Writers:  Facilities
Storing Hazardous Waste in Containers

Provides permit writers with a systematic approach to
evaluate permit applications from facilities that store
hazardous waste in containers. Includes details about
design, equipment, and specific procedures for evaluat-
ing data submitted by permit applicants. Contains topi-
cal bibliographies.
                              11/02/1982
                   Guidance for the Analysis of Refinery
                   Wastes	

                   Provides companion document to SW-846, Describes and
                   directs modifications applied to samples from petrole-
                   um-refining waste streams. Describes analytical con-
                   straints imposed by waste stream residual samples as
                   contrasted to what can be described as environmental
                   residual samples.
                                                 07/05/1985
                   Guidance for the Sampling and Analysis
                   of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash for
                   the Toxicity Characteristic	

                   Contains guidance to assist generators of ash from
                   municipal waste combustion facilities in determining
                   whether their ash is hazardous because it exhibits the
                   toxicity characteristic. Discusses typical concerns during
                   development of a sampling plan and presents one exam-
                   ple of an approach to ash sampling. Describes analysis
                   using the TCLP from Test Methods for Evaluating Solid
                   Waste. Discusses the importance of quality assurance
                   and quality control. Describes criteria for evaluating data
                   to determine whether ash is hazardous for the toxicity
                   characteristic. Provides a listing of resources for design-
                   ing a sampling and analysis plan. Includes appendix of
                   definitions of terms used in the guidance.
                                                 06/15/1995
                   Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for
                   Closure and Postclosure Plans (Subparts G
                   and H); Volume I: Treatment and Storage
                   Facilities	

                   Provides framework for developing closure cost estimate
                   for treatment and storage technologies. Intended for use
                   by facility owners and operators who prepare closure
                   and postclosure cost estimates and by state and EPA
                   regional personnel who review cost estimates. Contains
                   worksheets for estimating closure costs for container
                   storage, treatment and storage tanks, and incineration.
                   (EPA530-SW-87-009A)           11/15/1986
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Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for
Closure and Postclosure Plans (Subparts G
and H); Volume II: Land Disposal Facilities

Assists facility owners and operators and state and EPA
regional personnel in developing closure and postclosure
cost estimates for land disposal technologies. Contains
worksheets for recording cost estimates for closure and
postclosure plans. Contains worksheets for estimating all
types of closure and postclosure costs and summary
worksheets for totalling facility costs.
(EPA530-SW-87-OQ9B)           11/15/1986
Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for
Closure and Postclosure Plans (Subparts G
and H); Volume III: Unit Costs	

Contains information and guidance on unit cost ranges
and typical unit costs. Explains how unit costs are
applied in developing closure and postclosure cost esti-
mates for land disposal technologies. Provides guidance
to user in completing worksheets in Volumes I and II.
(EPA530-SW-87-OQ9C)           11/15/1986
Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for
Closure and Postclosure Plans (Subparts G
and H); Volume IV: Documentation	
Presents information on sources used for each unit cost
in developing closure and postclosure cost estimates for
land disposal technologies. Provides examples of all
computations performed in developing unit cost and
describes assumptions made in developing unit costs.
(EPA53Q-SW-87-009D)           11/15/1986
Guidance Manual for Research,
Development and Demonstration
Permits (40 CFR Section 270.65)	

Provides guidance to writers and research, development,
and demonstration permit applicants in preparing appli-
cations and drafting conditions for permits. Includes
answers to frequently asked questions about research,
development, and demonstration.
(EPA530-SW-86-008)            07/15/1986
Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste
Land Treatment Closure/Postclosure (40
CFR Part 265)	

Provides general guidance to owners and operators of
hazardous waste land treatment units and permit writers
on implementing 40 CFR Part 265 closure regulations.
Includes general information on hazardous waste land
treatment and methods of closure. Addresses the objec-
tives of closure and postclosure, and factors affecting
them. Also includes methods for addressing closure and
postclosure based on migration potential and manage-
ment during closure and postclosure.
                              04/24/1987
Guidance Manual on the RCRA
Regulation of Recycled Hazardous Wastes

Provides guidance to state and EPA regional personnel
who must determine which materials, when recycled, are
solid and hazardous wastes. Guidance provided in form
of examples illustrating applications of rule to actual
recycling practices.
(EPA530-SW-S6-025)            03/15/1986
Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
Incinerator Permits; Final Report	

Provides guidance for review and evaluation of permit
application information submitted to document compli-
ance with RCRA standards for incineration. Methods are
suggested for designating facility-specific operation con-
ditions necessary to ensure compliance with standards.
Incineration regulations are addressed. Provides guid-
ance for evaluating incinerator performance data and
procedures used in incinerator trial burn.
(EPA SW-966)                  07/15/1983
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Guidance on Collection of Emissions Data
to Support Site-Specific Risk Assessments
at Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities:
Risk Burn Guidance; Peer Review Draft

Provides guidance on collection of stack emissions data to
support multi-pathway, site-specific risk assessments at
hazardous waste combustion facilities, i.e., hazardous
waste incinerators and boilers and industrial furnaces that
burn hazardous waste for energy or material recovery.
Reviews RCRA trial burn provisions, risk assessments at
hazardous waste combustion facilities, and EPA's maxi-
mum achievable control technology standards. Discusses
the expanded scope of the trial burn and the integration of
performance testing with risk-based data needs.
Addresses dioxin and furan emissions, other organic emis-
sions, metal emissions, and particle-size distribution and
hydrogen chloride, and chlorine emissions. Covers data
analysis and permit conditions and reporting changes of
waste feed and operating parameters. Appendices provide
trial burn conditions and permit limits for an example
hazardous waste combustion facility and sampling and
analysis procedures. Includes acronym list.
                               08/15/1998
Guidance on Implementation of the
Minimum Technological Requirements of
HSWA of 1984, Respecting Liners and
Leachate Collection Systems;
Reauthorization Statutory Interpretation
#5D	
Provides further interpretation of minimum technologi-
cal requirements found in Section 3004(o) and 3015 as
relating to liners and leachate collection systems.
(EPA530-SW-85-012)             05/24/1985
Guidance on Issuing Permits to Facilities
Required to Analyze Groundwater for
Appendix VIII Constituents	
Presents EPA's latest views on analytical potential of
each Appendix VIII constituent. Explains how permit
writers may exercise discretion under existing regula-
tions to expedite permit issuance where Appendix VIII
analyses are required.
                               02/15/1986
                   Guidance on the Definition  and
                   Identification of Commercial Mixed Low-
                   Level Radioactive and Hazardous Waste
                   and Answers to Anticipated Questions
                   Presents information developed jointly by the Nuclear
                   Regulatory Commission and EPA to aid commercial low-
                   level radioactive waste generators in assessing whether
                   they are currently generating mixed low-level radioac-
                   tive waste.
                                                 10/04/1989
                   Guide for Industrial Waste
                   Management	

                   Presents a comprehensive voluntary industrial waste
                   management guide that identifies best management
                   practices for the full range of non-hazardous industrial
                   wastes. Provides useful information on waste manage-
                   ment topics such as siting, designing, operating, moni-
                   toring, taking corrective action, and closing industrial
                   waste management units. Designed to assist facility man-
                   agers, state and tribal environmental managers, and the
                   public in evaluating and choosing protective practices for
                   managing industrial waste in new landfills, waste piles,
                   surface impoundments, and land application units.
                   Identifies the components of a sound waste management
                   system and discusses why each is important. Includes
                   ground-water and air models, as well as other tools to
                   help tailor waste management practices to a specific
                   facility. Addresses building partnerships with state  and
                   tribal managers; characterizing waste; integrating pollu-
                   tion, recycling, and treatment; considering the site;
                   ensuring air quality; protecting surface water and
                   ground water; assessing risk; designing and installing
                   liners; operating the waste management system; moni-
                   toring performance; taking corrective action; and per-
                   forming closure and post-closure. Includes glossary.
                                                 02/15/2003
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 Guide for  Industrial Waste
 Management (CD-ROM)	

 Presents an interactive program to teach facility man-
 agers, regulatory agency staff, and the public about the
 management of industrial wastes. Recommends best
 management practices and key factors to take into
 account to protect ground water, surface water and
 ambient air quality in siting, design, operation, monitor-
 ing, corrective action, and closure and post-closure care.
 Details risk-based approaches for choosing liner systems
 and waste application rates for groundwater protection
 and to evaluate the need for air controls. Contains inter-
 active audiovisuals for each section of the Guide for
 Industrial Waste Management described above, fact sheets
 to help better understand why specific chemicals may be
 a concern, Internet-based mapping application to help
 identify the geologic conditions when siting new waste
 management facilities or units, the Industrial Waste
 Management Evaluation Model designed to recommend
 liner designs that protect ground water, and the
 Industrial Waste Air Model to help determine risks from
 air emissons from various types of industrial waste units.
                               02/15/2003
Guide for Preparing RCRA Permit
Applications for Existing Facilities	

Provides technical instructions on preparing permit
applications for owners and operators of storage and
treatment facilities that have hazardous wastes in tanks,
containers, or piles. Covers administrative procedures
that EPA uses in RCRA permitting program. Includes
completed RCRA permit application for a hypothetical
storage facility.
                               01/15/1982
Guide to the Disposal of Chemically
Stabilized and Solidified Waste	__
Examines regulations., testing procedures., landfill
designs, and other options for disposal systems using
stabilization and solidification of wastes. Includes a sum-
mary of major suppliers of technology, plus a summary
of each process used.
(EPA SW-872)                   09/15/1982
 Guidelines for Assessing the Quality of
 Life-Cycle Inventory Analysis	

 Focuses on the inventory analysis component of life cycle
 analysis {a holistic concept and methodology to identify
 the environmental consequences of a product, process, or
 activity throughout its life cycle and to identify opportuni-
 ties for achieving environmental improvements). Discusses
 the identification and quantification of raw materials and
 energy inputs, air emissions, water effluents, solid waste,
 and other life cycle inputs and outputs. Appendices
 include data quality indicators and a bibliography.
 (EPA530-R-95-010)               04/15/1995
*Handbook of Groundwater Protection
and Cleanup  Policies for RCRA Corrective
Action (Fact Sheet)	

Describes the Handbook of Groundwater Protection and
Cleanup Policies for RCRA Corrective Action and its use.
Only available on the Internet at .
                               10/15/2002
*Handbook of Groundwater Protection
and Cleanup  Policies for RCRA Corrective
Action for Facilities Subject to Corrective
Action Under Subtitle C of the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act	

Developed as part of the RCRA Cleanup Reforms
announced by EPA in July 1999 and January 2001.
Addresses groundwater protection and cleanup strategy,
short-term protection {environmental indicator) goals,
intermediate performance goals, final cleanup goals,
groundwater cleanup levels, point of compliance,
cleanup timeframe source control, groundwater use des-
ignations, institutional controls, monitored natural atten-
uation, technical impracticability reinjection of contami-
nated groundwater, performance monitoring, and com-
pleting groundwater remedies. Appendices include refer-
ences, links to Internet resources, and a glossary.
Available only on the Internet at .
                               09/15/2002
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Handbook of RCRA Groundwater
Monitoring  Constituents: Chemical and
Physical Properties (Appendix IX to 40
CFR Part 264)      	
Contains the physical and chemical properties of con-
stituents listed in 40 CFR Part 264 Appendix IX. The
handbook organizes groundwater monitoring con-
stituents by Appendix IX name and includes constituents
that are being considered for addition to or deletion from
Appendix IX.
(EPA530-R-92-022)               09/15/1992
                  Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping
                  Study; Appendices	
                  Provides supplemental information for the Hazardous
                  Waste Characteristics Scoping Study. Includes informa-
                  tion on individual environmental releases which are ref-
                  erenced in the study, a discussion of several data sources
                  used to identify environmental releases, and a detailed
                  comparison of the ICR characteristics to related
                  approaches under other federal and state programs.
                                                11/15/1996
Handle With Care:  How to Throw Out
Used  Insulin Syringes and  Lancets at
Home: A Booklet for Young People With
Diabetes and  Their Families	
Offers easy directions and illustrations for young people
with diabetes on how to protect family members and
waste handlers from injury, while keeping the environ-
ment clean and safe. Updates 1990 booklet.
                               09/15/2999
                  Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping
                  Study; Executive Summary	

                  Presents an overview of the findings of OSW's investiga-
                  tion of the potential gaps in the current RCRA waste
                  characterization regulations. Identifies issues such as
                  updating ignitability and reactivity characteristics per
                  Department of Transportation regulations and examining
                  a broader array of leaching procedures. These areas merit
                  further analysis due to the significant potential for
                  improving hazardous waste management practices and
                  protection to health and the environment.
                                                 11/15/1996
 Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping
 Study	

 Presents the findings of OSW's investigation of the
 potential gaps in the current RCRA waste characteriza-
 tion regulations. Identifies issues such as updating
 ignitability and reactivity characteristics as per
 Department of Transportation regulations and examining
 a broader array of leaching procedures. These areas merit
 further analysis due to the significant potential for
 improving hazardous waste management practices and
 protection to health and the environment.
                               11/15/1996
                   Hazardous Waste Facility Permitting
                   Process	
                   Briefly defines hazardous wastes and hazardous waste
                   management facilities in non-technical terms. Lists laws
                   and regulations governing TSDFs. Describes permitting
                   requirements, steps in the permitting process, and public
                   participation. Also available in Spanish.
                                                 06/15/1996
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                                                                             Titles
Hazardous Waste From  Discarding of
Commercial Chemical Products and the
Containers and Spill Residues Thereof (40
CFR 261.33); Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001	
Provides the basis for regulations concerning discarded
commercial products. Defines division of commercial
chemical products into two categories: those acutely haz-
ardous and subject to stringent exclusion level, and those
hazardous and regulated in the same manner as other
hazardous wastes. Regulations concern commercial spill
residues and debris and containers and inner liners that
contain acutely hazardous chemicals.
(EPA530-SW-89-005)             04/01/1981
Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting
Study	

Presets the results of a study designed to evaluate incin-
erator permitting priorities. Study also determines per-
mitting timelines, identifies pertinent issues, and pro-
vides an accurate accounting system for hazardous waste
incineration facilities.
                              08/15/1986
Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions
and Answers	

Provides answers to questions that the public may have
about hazardous waste incineration. Discusses the regu-
latory program for hazardous waste incinerators, permits
and the permitting process, and enforcement of permit-
ting operations. Includes the general standards for facili-
ties operating hazardous waste incinerators and potential
risks of hazardous waste incineration.
                              04/15/1988
Hazardous Waste Land Treatment	

Provides state-of-the-art information on all aspects of
hazardous waste land treatment. Refers to people
involved in design and design review, beginning with
site selection and waste characterization and progressing
through facility design, operation/and closure. Fate of
both inorganic and organic compounds in a soil environ-
ment is included. Provides a basis for development of
treatment demonstrations.
(EPA SW-874)                  04/15/1983
Hazardous Waste Management Planning
Needs and Practices: A Review of Several
State Agency Approaches _

Identifies existing and emerging state hazardous waste
management planning needs, describes planning prac-
tices designed to address these needs, and relates state
observations on the relationship of their planning needs
and activities to the federal capacity assurance planning
process. Includes an appendix of interview questions.
(EPA530-R-93-010)              08/15/1993
                         -, A  Order £0rm;
Hazardous Waste Program Information
Strategy Plan; Waste Information Needs

Discusses the first phase of EPA's Waste Information
Needs initiative of the Information Strategy Plan.
Designed to provide the EPA hazardous waste program
with a framework for gathering information needed to
support the program over the long term. Presents find-
ings and recommendations and identifies issues to be
resolved before proceeding to the next phase of the
Waste Information Needs project.
                              11/15/1996
                                                    Hazardous Waste Program Information
                                                    Strategy Plan; Waste Information Needs;
                                                    Appendices	

                                                    Presents the supplementary appendices to The
                                                    Hazardous Waste Program Information Strategy Plan.
                                                    Includes information needs descriptions, OSW's Strategic
                                                    Plan, a description of the information engineering
                                                    methodology, and RCRA program goals and strategies.
                                                                                  11/25/1996
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Hazardous Waste Requirements for Large
Quantity Generators	

Summarizes information on identifying hazardous wastes
generated, determining generator categories, obtaining
EPA identification numbers, preparing waste for ship-
ment off site, obtaining manifests, managing hazardous
waste on site, reporting, record keeping, complying with
LDRs, and following export/import requirements.
                              06/15/1996
                  Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data
                  Gathering Phase; Final Report	

                  Studies hospital waste combustors and applicable regu-
                  lations. Addresses feed characteristics, combustor
                  designs and operating characteristics, applied and poten-
                  tial control technology, and emissions of air pollutants.
                  Gives number and location of combustors.
                  (EPA450-R-88-017)              12/15/1988
Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure Model;
Description of Methodology and
Appendices A, B, C, D, and E	

Evaluates frequency and severity of various failure
mechanisms for a variety of hazardous waste treatment
and storage tank systems. Demonstrates fault tree tech-
niques and a Monte Carlo simulation model to predict
probabilities, magnitudes, and concentrations of releases
over a 20-year operating life.
(EPA530-SW-86-012)            01/13/1986
Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis

Analyzes human health risks associated with different
regulatory scenarios for tanks that treat, store, or accu-
mulate hazardous waste.
(EPA530-SW-86-011)             06/15/1986
                  Household Hazardous Waste
                  Management: A Manual for One-Day
                  Community Collection Programs	

                  Helps communities plan for one-day, HHW dropoff and
                  collection programs. Provides community leaders with
                  guidance on all aspects of planning, organizing, and
                  publicizing an HHW collection program.
                                                05/25/2993
                  Household Hazardous Waste; Steps to
                  Safe Management	
                  Describes HHW and the dangers of improper disposal.
                  Urges homeowners to reuse, recycle, and properly man-
                  age HHW. Also available in Spanish.
                                                04/25/1993
Health and Environmental  Effects Profiles
(40 CFR 261); Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001	
Profiles compiled to support listing of approximately 170
hazardous constituents identified in Appendix VIII.
                              10/15/1981
                  How to Set Up a Local Program to
                  Recycle Used Oil	

                  Presents commitment on grass-roots level. Explains the
                  organization, design, implementation, and promotion of
                  a used oil program, as well as administrative issues.
                  Appendices include sample brochures and letters.
                                                05/15/1989
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                                                                              Titles
 How to Start or Expand a Recycling
 Collection Program	

 Provides basic information on establishing recycling col-
 lection programs in any setting but focuses on collection
 in offices. Provides suggestions for expanding or improv-
 ing an existing collection program. Discusses what mate-
 rials are recyclable, starting a collection program, finding
 a market, information needed to sell collected materials,
 collecting and storing recyclables, educating and motivat-
 ing employees, and monitoring and evaluating the collec-
 tion program. Lists sources of additional information.
                               01/15/1994
Human Health and Environmental
Damages from Mining and Mineral
Processing Wastes; Technical  Background
Document Supporting the Final Rule
Applying Phase IV Land Disposal
Restrictions  to Newly  Identified Mineral
Processing Wastes	

Illustrates the human health and environmental damages
caused by management of wastes from mining and min-
eral processing, particularly damages caused by placing
them in land-based units. Presents the process EPA used
to develop this document. Summarizes the scope and
variety of the damage cases presented. Discusses  the
mineral commodity sectors, geographical diversity, waste
types, waste management practices, and damages cov-
ered by the cases. Provides specific illustrative damage
cases. Concludes that these examples provide convincing
evidence that wastes from mining and mineral process-
ing have caused substantial human health and environ-
mental damages.
(EPA530-R-99-037)              04/15/1998
 Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill
 Performance (HELP) Model; Volume 1:
 User's Guide for Version 3	

 Describes the Hydrologic Evolution of Landfill
 Performance computer program, a quasi-two-dimension-
 al hydrologic model of water movement across, into,
 through, and out of landfills. Discusses input and output
 options, with instructions for running the program. The
 program was developed to facilitate rapid, economical
 estimation of the amounts of surface runoff, subsurface
 drainage, and leachate that may be expected to result
 from the operation of a wide variety of possible landfill
 designs. Computer model and documentation may also
 be downloaded from the US Army Corps of Engineers
 web site at .
                               09/15/1994
Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill
Performance (HELP) Model; Volume 2:
Engineering Documentation for Version 3

Includes the theories and assumptions on which the
Hydrologic Evolution of Landfill Performance model is
based. Provides basic program identification and a narra-
tive description of the simulation model. Presents data
generation algorithms and default values used in Version
3. Describes the method of solution and hydrologic
process algorithms. Lists the assumptions and limitations
of the HELP model.
                               09/15/1994
Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste
Disposal Sites	

Describes computer-based model for simulating percola-
tion of precipitation through cover material at solid
waste disposal sites. The model can be employed in the
evaluation of present cover materials at a landfill or in
the design of new or improved landfill covers.
(EPA SW-868)                   09/15/1982
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Identificando Su Residue: El Punto de
Partida (Spanish Translation of
Identifying  Your Waste: The Starting
Point)	

Este folleto explica la metodologia para identificar resid-
ue peligroso bajo la Ley de Conservacion y Recuperacion
de Recursos (RCRA). Describe las seis formas en que la
Agencia de Proteccion Ambiental (EPA) define residues
peligrosos; residue en "lista" (residues de fuentes no
especificas, residues de fuentes especificas, productos
quimicos comerciales descartados), residuo "caracteristi-
co" (inflamabilidad, corrosividad, reactividad, toxicidad),
mezcla, "derivado de" residue, medio contaminado, y
escombro contaminado. Tambien explica exclusiones de
la definition de residuo peligroso de la RCRA.
                                15/09/1997
Identification and Description of Mineral
Processing Sectors and Waste Streams;
Technical  Background Document; Final

Presents methodology and data sources used to identify
the mineral processing sectors and waste streams.
Provides individual commodity reviews, which include a
commodity section describing its uses and giving perti-
nent statistics, a detailed process description with
process flow  diagrams, and a process waste stream sec-
tion that identifies individual waste streams. Appendices
include detailed explanations of methodology used to
estimate annual waste generation rates for the individual
waste streams, work sheet for waste stream assessment,
definitions for classifying mineral processing waste
streams, recycling work sheets for individual mineral
processing waste streams, listing of waste streams gener-
ated by mineral production activities by commodity,
mineral processing sectors generating hazardous wastes,
mineral processing sectors not generating hazardous
wastes, and a list of commenters.
(EPA530-R-99-022)               04/15/1998
                   Identifying Your Waste: The Starting
                   Point (Brochure)	

                   Explains the methodology for identifying hazardous
                   waste under RCRA, and defines "solid waste" under
                   RCRA. Describes the six ways EPA defines hazardous
                   wastes: "listed" wastes (nonspecific source wastes, specif-
                   ic source wastes, discarded commercial chemical prod-
                   ucts), "characteristic" wastes (ignitable, reactive, corro-
                   sive, toxic), mixtures, "derived-from" wastes, and conta-
                   minated media. Also explains exclusions from the RCRA
                   definition of hazardous waste. Also available in Spanish.
                                                   09/25/1997
                   Ignitability Characteristic (40 CFR 261.21);
                   Identification and  Listing of Hazardous
                   Waste Under RCRAf  Subtitle C, Section
                   3001	'
                   Supports and describes EPA's definition of ignitable
                   waste. Discusses comments received on proposed defini-
                   tion of ignitability.
                                                  05/02/19SO
                   Implementation of the Mercury-
                   Containing and Rechargeable Battery
                   Management Act	

                   Explains the Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable
                   Battery Management Act of 1996. Provides information on
                   successful recycling programs for rechargeable batteries.
                   Contains a summary of the Battery Act's requirements, as
                   well as a summary of state and federal requirements
                   affecting battery recycling prior to passage of the Battery
                   Act. Specifies why proper disposal or recycling is neces-
                   sary for nickel and cadmium (Ni-Cd) and small sealed
                   lead acid (SSLA) batteries. Defines roles that state and
                   local governments, retailers, businesses, and public agen-
                   cies can play in establishing recycling programs. Includes
                   sources of additional information and a list of references.
                                                   11/15/1997
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                                                                           Titles   ft
Implementation Strategy of U.S. Supreme
Court Decision in City of Chicago v. EDF
for Municipal  Waste Combustion Ash;
Memorandum	

Discusses the May 2,1994, U.S. Supreme Court opinion,
which states that Section 3001(1) of RCRA does not
exempt ash generated at resource recovery facilities (i.e.,
waste-to-energy facilities) burning household wastes and
nonhazardous commercial wastes from the hazardous
waste requirements of Subtitle C of RCRA. Examines
EPA's strategy for assisting waste-to-energy facilities to
comply with the RCRA Subtitle C requirements.
                             05/27/1994
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines
(Complete Set)	

Reports on the scope of the environmental, public health,
and safety problems presented by inactive and aban-
doned noncoal mines. Conducts a preliminary identifica-
tion of policy options for addressing such problems.
(EPA530-R-92-005)             08/15/1991
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal
Mines—Appendix: State Reports	

Reports on the scope of the environmental, public health,
and safety problems presented by inactive and aban-
doned noncoal mines. Conducts a preliminary identifica-
tion of policy options for addressing such problems. This
volume contains state reports submitted to the Interstate
Mining Compact Commission. Third of three volumes.
(EPA530-R-92-005c)            08/15/1991
Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and
265, Subpart O); Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment Storage,  and Disposal
Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004	
Describes regulation as originally proposed. Summarizes
and responds to comments received and indicates EPA's
rationale for final regulations.
                              12/15/1980
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal
Mines—A Scoping Study	

Presents the first of a three-volume report on the scope of
the environmental, public health, and safety problems
presented by inactive and abandoned noncoal mines.
Conducts a preliminary identification of policy options
for addressing such problems.
(EPA530-R-92-005a)             08/15/1991
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal
Mines—State Reports	

Reports on the scope of the environmental, public health,
and safety problems presented by inactive and aban-
doned noncoal mines. Conducts a preliminary identifica-
tion of policy options for addressing such problems. This
volume contains state reports submitted to the Western
Governors' Association. Second of three volumes.
(EPA530-R-92-005b)            08/15/1991
Index of Selected OSW Correspondence;
EPA's Office of Solid Waste	_^__

Index of selected OSW correspondence that have been
compiled by RCRA Call Center staff for use as a tool for
researching information about RCRA issues. Designed
for readers familiar with the RCRA program, the index
organization parallels 40 CFR Parts 258 to 279. Includes
order numbers from OSW's fax-on-demand service for
each document listed. See RCRA Online 
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Indexing of Long-Term Effectiveness of
Waste Containment Systems for a
Regulatory Impact Analysis	
Describes an effectiveness indexing scheme developed to
provide input data to a multimedia contaminant fate and
transport model used to assess the pollution potential of
ground water, surface water, and soil. Proposes a rating
(indexing) scheme for assessing the long-term effective-
ness of clay caps, synthetic caps, composite clay and syn-
thetic caps, clay liners and synthetic clay liners, the RCRA
Subtitle C liner systems, and vertical barrier walls. Based
on a review of the literature on initial and potential per-
formance indices of the above mentioned structures.
(EPA530-R-97-024)               01/15/1993
"Industrial Surface Impoundments in the
US,  1900-2000	

Summarizes the EPA's Land Disposal Program Flexibility
Act (LDPFA) study and consent decree requirements.
Begins by describing the nature and variety of industrial
surface impoundments and the wastewaters they man-
age. Characterizes the risks to human health or the envi-
ronment associated with managing decharacterized
wastes in CWA treatment systems. Evaluates the extent
to which risks are adequately addressed under existing
state or Federal programs and whether unaddressed
risks could be addressed under these laws or programs.
Only available on the Internet at 
                                03/15/2001
                    Industrial Waste Air Model Technical
                    Background  Document	

                    Provides technical background information on the
                    Industrial Waste Air (IWAIR) model. Accompanies the
                    Guide for Industrial  Waste Management for use in evaluat-
                    ing inhalation risks. Explains the model selection and
                    gives an overview of CHEMDAT8, emission model input
                    parameters, and mathematical development of emis-
                    sions. Describes the development of dispersion factors
                    using ISCST3 and how these are used in the model.
                    Addresses the exposure factors used in the model
                    Details the health benchmarks used in the model and
                    how these were developed if health benchmarks were
                    not available from standard sources. Describes the calcu-
                    lation of risk. Includes references. Appendices contain
                    considering risks from indirect pathways, physical-chem-
                    ical properties for chemicals included in IWAIR, sensitiv-
                    ity analysis of ISCST3 Air Dispersion Model, and selec-
                    tion of meteorological stations.
                                                   05/15/2002
                    Industrial Waste Air Model (IWAIR)
                    User's Guide	

                    Describes how to use the Industrial Waste Air Model
                    (IWAIR). Identifies the computer system requirements for
                    running the IWAIR software, gives instructions for
                    installing the software, and introduces the user to pro-
                    gram screens and navigational tools. Assists the user in
                    selecting the appropriate calculation method (i.e., for-
                    ward calculation to risk estimates  or backward calcula-
                    tion to protective waste concentration), waste manage-
                    ment unit type, and modeling pathway. Provides
                    detailed guidance to develop risk  estimates for wastes of
                    known chemical concentration(s).  Contains example cal-
                    culations and references. Appendices include considering
                    risks from indirect pathways, parameter guidance, and
                    physical-chemical property values.
                                                   08/15/2002
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Industrial Waste Management: A
Guide to Best Practices	

Flyer describing the Guide for Industrial Waste
Management. Defines industrial waste, outlines topics
covered in the guide, and explains the information avail-
able to specific audiences for the guide. Includes order
form for the CD-ROM.
                               02/15/2003
Industrial Waste Management
Evaluation Model (IWEM) Technical
Background  Document	

Provides technical background information on the
Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
(IWEM). Addresses the assumptions, methodologies, and
data used to develop Tier 1 and Tier 2 ground-water
impact evaluation  tools as part of the Guide for Industrial
Waste Management
                               08/15/2002
Industrial Waste Management
Evaluation Model (IWEM)  User's
Guide	

Describes how to use the Industrial Waste Management
Evaluation Model (IWEM), the ground-water modeling
component of the Guide for Industrial Waste Management.
Provides the information necessary to perform Tier 1 and
Tier 2 analyses for four types of waste management
units. Presents an overview of the software. Identifies the
computer system requirements for running the IWEM
software, gives instructions for installing the software,
and introduces the user to program screens and naviga-
tional tools.
                               08/25/2002
Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250.14);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001 _ _

Provides EPA's support and rationale for regulations defin-
ing infectious hazardous waste. Specifies the Agency's
choice to define infectious waste by location of diseased
micro-organisms, defending that source identification as an
inclusive and enforceable method of regulation.
(EPA530-SW-88-055)             12/15/1978
Innovative Methods of Managing
Environmental Releases at Mine Sites

Describes source reduction and recycling practices and
innovative techniques for waste management currently
used in mining. Discusses process control to produce
purer products and production of new saleable products
while reducing hazardous constituents in the waste
stream. Examines recycling opportunities unique to min-
ing, such as slag reprocessing, tailings reprocessing, pipe
recycling and reuse, and recycling mine tires. Lists tech-
nical contacts familiar with each technology described.
(EPA530-R-94-012)               04/15/1994
Innovative Uses of Compost:
Bioremediation and Pollution Prevention

Describes a new compost technology, known as compost
bioremediation, currently being used to restore contami-
nated soils, manage storm water, control odors, and
degrade VOCs. Defines compost bioremediation as the
use of a biological system of micro-organisms in a mature,
cured compost to sequester or break down contaminants
in water or soil. Discusses remediation of soils contami-
nated by heavy metals, organics, and petroleum hydrocar-
bons. Addresses vapor-phase biofiltration. Includes refer-
ences and sources for additional information.
                               10/15/2997
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Innovative Uses of Compost: Composting
of Soils Contaminated by Explosives	

Explains how composting of explosive-contaminated soil
works. Compares costs and benefits of composting .ver-
sus combustion. Describes how the Umatilla Army
Depot in Hermiston, Oregon, has successfully used com-
posting to convert 15,000 tons of contaminated soil into
safe soil containing humus. Includes references and
sources for additional information.
                              10/15/1997
                   Innovative Uses of Compost:
                   Reforestation, Wetlands Restoration, and
                   Habitat Revitalization	

                   Addresses the use of compost in reforestation at the
                   Nantahela National Forest and the Qualla Cherokee
                   Reservation, in habitat restoration at the Patuxent
                   Wildlife Research Center Project, and in regaining wet-
                   lands at the Clean Washington Center Project and at the
                   Des Plaines River Flood Plain. Includes references and
                   sources for additional information.
                                                 10/15/1997
Innovative Uses of Compost: Disease
Control for Plants and Animals	

Discusses how compost-enriched soil helps suppress dis-
eases and ward off pests. Describes the mechanisms by
which compost helps control plant disease and reduce
crop losses. Explains how scientists have created "tai-
lored" compost by enriching it with specific disease-
fighting micro-organisms. Addresses benefits of com-
posting for disposing of poultry mortalities. Includes ref-
erences and sources for additional information.
                              10/15/1997
Innovative  Uses of Compost: Erosion
Control, Turf Remediation, and
Landscaping	

Discusses tailor-made or specially designed compost and
the parameters to consider when customizing a compost
mixture: maturity, stability, pH level, density, particle
size, moisture, salinity, and organic content. Addresses
compost technology used to control erosion in construc-
tion and road building. Examines the use of compost to
remediate turf grasses and alleviate soil compaction.
Reviews the use of compost in landscaping. Includes ref-
erences and sources for additional information.
                              10/15/1997
                   Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of
                   Monthly Hotline Reports	

                   Provides a compilation of questions and answers and
                   Federal Register summaries from individual Monthly
                   Hotline Reports. Divided into three sections: questions
                   and answers; Federal Register summaries; and indices to
                   the questions, according to subject matter, regulatory
                   citations, and statutory citations.
                                                    •  1991 Compilation
                                                    (EPA530-SW-91-093N)
                     1992 Compilation
                                                 03/15/1992
                   (EPA530-R-92-014m)
                     1993 Compilation
03/15/1993
                   (EPA530-R-93-004m)
                                                      1994 Compilation
03/15/1994
                                                   (EPA530-R-94-005m)
                                                 03/15/1995
                                                      1995 Compilation
                                                   (EPA530-R-95-002m)
                                                 04/15/1996
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  1996 Compilation
(EPA530-R-96-002m)
03/15/1997
Inter-Industry Collaborative Study of
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
Procedures; Addendum to Compilation of
Phase IA and Phase II Data _

Reports the final results of the inter-industry TCLP study.
Evaluates solid waste leaching procedure under develop-
ment at EPA. Compares proposed TCLP and extraction pro-
cedure toxicity test to estimate the precision and reliability
of TCLP and to identify procedural problems in TCLP.
                             09/15/1986
Interim Status Standards and General
Status Standards for Closure and
Postclosure Care (40 CFR 264 and 265,
Subpart G); Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage,  and Disposal
Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004 _

Presents the first document in a set of reports accompa-
nying the regulations to control hazardous waste genera-
tion, transportation, treatment, storage, and disposal.
Describes the Congressional authority and need for this
initial effort to regulate hazardous waste. Discusses only
the non-technical aspects of closure and postclosure for
Interim and General Status Standards. Presents the regu-
latory rationale, along with analyses of public comments
and a list of references.
                             12/15/1980
Interim Status Standards for Land
Treatment Facilities (40 CFR 265, Subpart
M); Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section  30Q4	
Provides the rationale for standards pertaining to treat-
ment and disposal of hazardous waste in land treatment
facilities. Summarizes regulations as proposed and
describes comment analysis and regulatory rationale.
                            04/15/1980
                    Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40
                    CFR 265,  Subpart N); Standards
                    Applicable to Owners and Operators of
                    Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
                    and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
                    Subtitle C, Section 3004	

                    Presents the amendment to RCRA Section 3004 requiring
                    that standards include the location, design, construction,
                    and operation of hazardous waste TSDFs. Records of
                    hazardous wastes treated, stored, or disposed of, and all
                    reporting, monitoring, and inspection also must be
                    included. Attachment includes summaries of comments
                    concerning ignitable wastes in landfills.
                                                 02/15/1981
                    Interim Status Standards for Thermal
                    Treatment Processes Other Than
                    Incineration and for Open Burning (40
                    CFR 265, Subpart P); Standards Applicable
                    to Owners and Operators of Hazardous
                    Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
                    Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
                    3004	
                    Discusses rationale for the regulation of facilities with
                    hazardous waste thermal treatments other than incinera-
                    tion. Contains analysis of comments relevant to regula-
                    tions for thermal treatment facilities, including analysis
                    of comments received on proposed regulations.
                                                04/15/1980
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Interim Status Surface Impoundments;
Retrofitting Variances; Guidance
Document	
Assists both owners and operators of surface impound-
ments who apply for exemptions under Section 3005(j) of
RCRA. Federal and state officials who process applica-
tions also can use this as a guide.
(EPA530-SW-86-017)             06/15/1986
International Waste Minimization
Approaches and Policies to Metal Plating

Provides an overview of the metal plating industry,
detailed descriptions of wastes generated by metal plat-
ing operations, known waste minimization methods
being employed or developed by the industry, and tools
for evaluating pollution prevention opportunities. Also
presents a review and evaluation of the relevant policies
used by the United States and by other Organization for
Economic Cooperation and Development member coun-
tries to promote or mandate waste minimization.
Appendices include international policy approaches,
implication and evaluation of policies, federal and state
pollution-prevention plans and policies in the United
States, and a list of pollution prevention contacts.
Contains a list of acronyms and abbreviations.
(EPA530-R-96-008)               08/15/1996
Introduction to Hard Rock Mining: A CD-
ROM Application	

Provides an introduction to hard rock mining in the
United States. Contains maps of major base metal pro-
ducing areas, precious metal producing areas, and indus-
trial rock and mineral producing areas. Includes an
overview of mining methods: exploration, extraction, and
beneficiation. Defines, lists characteristics of, and outlines
potential impacts of mining wastes: mine water, waste
rock, mill tailings, and spent ore. Addresses pollution pre-
vention. Explains the environmental concerns associated
with mining, including acid mine drainage, erosion, sedi-
mentation, chemical releases, fugitive dust emissions,
habitat modification, and surface- and ground-water
impacts. Contains full text of mining references for
Windows 95 users. Requires a sound card to operate.
                                09/15/1997
                   Inventory of Open Dumps
                   Identifies facilities that do not comply with EPA's
                   Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal
                   Facilities. Includes a list of facilities, locations, and non-
                   compliance categories.
                   (EPA SW-964R)                 06/15/1985
                   Is Unit Pricing Right for Your Community?

                   Briefly defines unit pricing. Describes Pay-As-You-
                   Throw: Lessons Learned About Unit Pricing, EPA's man-
                   ual that examines unit pricing and provides step-by-step
                   detail in establishing a unit pricing program. Includes an
                   order form for the manual.
                                                  06/25/1994
                   It's Easy Being Green: A Guide to
                   Planning and Conducting
                   Environmentally Aware Meetings and
                   Events	
                   Provides an outline to assist professionals in planning
                   environmentally aware events. Includes profiles of suc-
                   cessful events that have been held, as well as step by step
                   procedures for coordinating events using a planning
                   checklist.
                                                  09/15/1996
                   Jobs Through  Recycling Initiative	

                   Summarizes, EPA's Jobs Through Recycling Initiative.
                   Describes RBACs, REDAs, and the Recycling Technology
                   Assistance Partnership's National Network. Lists EPA
                   regional office contacts for the initiative.
                                                   09/15/1994
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Jobs Through Recycling Program	

Relates the significant economic benefits of recycling.
Explains EPA's Jobs Through Recycling Initiative to
expand markets for recycled materials, stimulate eco-
nomic development, and create jobs. Describes the four
types of JTR grants: RBACs, REDAs, Demonstration
Projects, and Investment Forums. Describes how JTR
works. Lists benefits of the program. Provides sources
for additional information.
                               12/15/1997
Joining Forces on Solid Waste
Management: Regionalization Is Working
in Rural and Small Communities	

Presents an introduction to regionalization, the process
whereby neighboring cities, towns, and counties pool
resources to address local MSW challenges. Discusses
some of the advantages and potential barriers associated
with regionalization, explains the planning activities that
need to precede a multi-jurisdictional project, and
describes the different types of organizational approach-
es that can be used to carry out regional solid waste
management activities. Provides five successful regional-
ization efforts. Includes a resource guide.
                               10/15/1994
Joint NRC/EPA Guidance on a Conceptual
Design Approach for Commercial Mixed
Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous
Waste Disposal Facilities (OSWER
Directive #9487.00-8)	

Aids states in designing mixed waste land disposal facili-
ties that satisfy regulatory requirements of both the
Nuclear Regulatory Commission and EPA. Highlights
EPA's double liner and leachate collection and leak
detection systems as well as the Nuclear Regulatory
Commission's requirement that waste not come in con-
tact with liquids.
                               08/03/1987
Land Disposal Restrictions for Hazardous
Wastes: A Snapshot of the Program	

Briefly describes the LDR program, which sets treatment
standards for all hazardous waste destined for land dis-
posal. Addresses hazardous waste disposal, dilution, and
storage. Explains the RCRA definition of solid waste.
                               12/15/1999
*Land Disposal Restrictions: Summary of
Requirements	

Describes the land disposal restrictions (LDR) program.
Addresses who is subject to LDR regulations; the dispos-
al, prohibition, and treatment standards; alternative
treatment standards; other prohibitions; recordkeeping
requirements; variances, extensions, and exemptions;
special issues; and historical context. Written in question
and answer format. Appendices include a glossary of
terms, a list of regional enforcement contacts, manage-
ment of remediation wastes under RCRA memorandum,
and recommended technologies to achieve deactivation
of characteristics. Only available on the Internet at
.
                               08/15/2001
Landfill and Surface Impoundment
Performance Evaluation	

Describes methods for evaluating designs for landfills
and surface impoundments. Includes ways to predict the
amount of liquid collected in leachate collection systems
and the amount seeping through the liner into underly-
ing soils.
(EPA SW-869R)                 04/15/1983
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Landfill Reclamation
Describes landfill reclamation, a new and innovative
technology that meets the federal performance standards
of the Criteria for MSWLFs (40 CFR Part 258), used to
expand MSWLF capacity and avoid the high cost of
acquiring additional land. Discusses the reclamation
process: excavation, soil separation (i.e., screening), and
processing for reclamation of recyclable material or dis-
posal. Lists steps in project planning; conduct a site char-
acterization study, assess potential economic benefits,
investigate regulatory requirements, establish a prelimi-
nary worker health and safety plan, and assess project
costs. Discusses benefits and drawbacks. Provides case
studies. Includes references and sources of additional
information.
                               07/15/1997
*Landscaping Products Containing
Recovered Materials	

Lists manufacturers and suppliers of landscaping prod-
ucts (compost: yard and food, garden and soaker hoses,
hydraulic mulch, lawn and garden edging, and plastic
lumber landscaping timbers and posts) containing recov-
ered materials. Includes company name, address, contact
name, phone number, and fax number. Listings are based
on information provided by the manufacturer and do not
represent an endorsement by EPA.  This publication is
only  available on OSW's web site at .
                               06/15/2001
Liability Coverage; Requirements for
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment Storage, and Disposal
Facilities; A Guidance Manual	
Provides help to owners and operators in complying
with requirements of liability coverage. Serves as a guide
to EPA regional staff in implementing requirements.
(EPA SW-961)                   11/15/1982
                   Life Cycle Assessment: Public Data
                   Sources for the LCA Practitioner	

                   Profiles publicly available nonbibliographic databases
                   that might be useful when conducting life cycle assess-
                   ments. Contains a brief assessment of the potential rele-
                   vance of the database to a life cycle assessment, a
                   description of the information contained in the database,
                   and basic database system information. Includes less-
                   detailed information on bibliographic databases, data-
                   base clearinghouses, ongoing studies, and foreign data-
                   bases. Appendices include a list of acronym definitions,
                   methods for screening databases, and the life cycle
                   assessment database user response form.
                   (EPA530-R-95-009)                04/15/1995
                   The Life Cycle of a CD or DVD	

                   Poster showing the life cycle of a CD or DVD from
                   obtaining raw materials through manufacture, packag-
                   ing, distribution, useful life, and disposal. Encourages
                   reuse and recycling. Explains the importance of life cycle
                   management. Includes crafts and other ways to reuse
                   CDs and DVDs. Included in the Your Life, Your World,
                   Your Choices: Everything You Do Can Make a Difference Kit.
                                                  04/15/1995
                   La  Linea Informativa de RCRAf el
                   Superfondo y EPCRA (Spanish Translation
                   of  RCRA, Superfund, & EPCRA Hotline)
                   (Folleto)	
                   Describe los servicios de la linea informativa de RCRA,
                   el Superfondo y EPCRA, la cual responde a las indaga-
                   ciones del publico y la comunidad regulada sobre la Ley
                   para la Recuperacion y Conservacion de Recursos, que
                   incluye el programa de Tanques Subterraneos de
                   Almacenaje; la Ley Detallada de Respuesta,
                   Compensation y Responsabilidad Ambiental o el
                   Superfondo; la Ley sobre Contamination por Petroleo; la
                   Ley de Planificaci6n de Emergencia y Derecho a Saber de
                   la Communidad.
                                                  15/12/1998
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Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis
Model	

Documents the first phase of the development of Liner
Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model. The model esti-
mates chronic risk to human health from land disposal of
hazardous wastes under different technology, location,
and waste stream scenarios. Describes the basic model
and three policy applications.
                               01/15/1985
Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis
Model; Appendices	

Contains data, results, and descriptions of specific model
components and methodologies to serve as a backup to
the presentation in main volume. Provides estimates of
the probability of system failure and leachate release
from hypothetical facilities. Monte Carlo simulation
model developed for analysis.
                              01/15/1985
Lining of Waste Impoundment and
Disposal Facilities	

Provides current technological information about liner
materials that could contain hazardous wastes. Assists in
the selection, installation, and maintenance of appropri-
ate liners for specific types of wastes in particular storage
or disposal units. Includes test methods for determining
waste liner compatibility, liner manufacturers, and mate-
rials sources.
(EPA SW-870)                  03/01/1983
List of Industrial Waste Landfills and
Construction and Demolition Waste
Landfills	

Provides an estimate of the number of industrial and
C&D waste landfills in the United States. Presents state
summaries, including number of facilities; date of data;
list of additional data available from the state list; and
the name, address, and telephone number of the contact
who provided the information. Contains the state lists of
active industrial and C&D waste landfills, sorted by
county, city, and name.
(EPA530-R-95-019)              09/30/1994
List of Municipal Solid Waste Landfills

Provides list of MSW landfills, including each state and
territory. No attempt was made to verify state lists.
Includes 3,581 landfills.
                               06/15/1996
Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization
of July 16, 1980, Hazardous Waste List (40
CFR 261.31 and 261.32); Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001	
Identifies muds from brine purification and wastewater
treatment sludges from mercury cell processes as haz-
ardous waste from chlorine production. Discusses toxici-
ty of heavy metal mercury as rationale for listing.
                               01/12/1981
Listing of Hazardous Waste (40 CFR
261.31 and 261.32); Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA,
Subtitle Cf Section 3001  	

Provides technical support for listing 85 waste streams as
hazardous waste and proposes listing of 11 new wastes.
Discusses comments received on proposed listings and
changes made.
                              5/02/1980
Location of Mines and Factors Affecting
Exposure	
Relates qualitative perspective on risk that mining
wastes present. Reports on mine locations, locations of
potential receptor populations, environmental character-
istics at those locations, and compares selected sites.
(EPA530-SW-86-023)            06/30/1986
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Location Standards for RCRA Hazardous
Waste Facilities; Regulatory Development
Plan	

Assesses locations for hazardous waste facilities and fur-
nishes guidance criteria identifying areas of vulnerable
hydrogeology. Plan includes a statement of purpose, a
background, a two-step process approach, issues, alter-
natives, classification and analysis, and a time schedule
for activities.
                               12/15/1985
                   Making Solid (Waste) Decisions With Full-
                   Cost Accounting	

                   Provides decision-makers with a method of compiling
                   detailed cost information on MSW services in their com-
                   munities. Briefly defines FCA, which includes direct and
                   indirect operating expenses as well as past and future
                   expenses. Explains how FCA works, along with its bene-
                   fits and'potential barriers. Provides snapshot examples of
                   how communities are using FCA to improve their MSW
                   operations.
                                                  07/15/1996
Long Term Dissolution Testing of Mine
Waste	

Reports the results of long-term laboratory studies to
examine the dissolution of abandoned mine wastes and
the consequent drainage quality. Describes the objectives
of this study: provision of a description of longer term
dissolution of mine waste, provision of data that will
facilitate interpretation of shorter term predictive tests,
examination of the extent to which acid-producing and
acid-consuming components of mine waste will dissolve
in the laboratory, and examination of the effect of particle
size on the dissolution of the mine waste. Includes 19
tables and 32 figures.
(EPA53Q-R-95-040)               03/15/1995
Long Term Dissolution Testing of Mine
Waste; Appendices	

Contains the appendices for the long-term laboratory
studies examining the dissolution of abandoned mine
wastes and the consequent drainage quality. Includes
solid phase characterization, wet-dry cycle test, elevated
temperature test, particle size experiment, and quality
assurance and quality control. Contains a copy of the
original contract and contract modifications.
(EPA530-R-95-040a)              03/15/1995
                   Management of Hazardous Waste
                   Leachate	

                   Provides guidance for permit officials and disposal site
                   operators on available management options for control-
                   ling, treating, and disposing of hazardous waste
                   leachates. Discusses the considerations necessary to
                   develop sound management plans for leachate generated
                   at surface impoundments and landfills.
                   (EPA SW-871R)                 09/15/1982
                   Management of Remediation Waste
                   under RCRA	

                   Consolidates existing guidance on the RCRA regulations
                   and policies that most often affect remediation waste
                   management. Contains information on regulations and
                   policies that affect all remediation waste, that apply only
                   to contaminated media, and that apply only to contami-
                   nated debris.
                                                   10/14/1998
                   Managing Food Scraps as Animal Feed
                   (WasteWise Tip Sheet)	

                   Discusses the collection of food scraps for use as live-
                   stock feed as part of a waste reduction program-
                   Addresses safe storage and handling procedures, permit-
                   ting and other requirements, locating a farmer, and tips
                   for evaluating the feasibility of establishing a program.
                   Features successful programs by Bell Atlantic and 3M.
                   Includes resources.
                                                   09/25/2996
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                                                                               Titles
 Managing Hazardous Waste in Your
 Community	

 Provides a brief history and summary of RCRA. This kit
 folder includes a series of fact sheets that provide a basic
 overview of EPA's hazardous waste regulations, as well
 as sources for additional information.
                               02/15/2000
 •  Hazardous Waste in Your Community

 Explains what requirements must be met under RCRA in
 order to manage hazardous waste in a safe and protec-
 tive manner. Discusses generators, transporters, and
 TSDFs.
• How Can You  Make a Difference in
  Hazardous Waste Management?	

Discusses public's role in the rulemaking process.
Includes steps for public participation in the permitting
process. Addresses public participation in RCRA correc-
tive action. Explains risk assessment. Defines environ-
mental justice under RCRA.
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• How Does RCRA Work?	

Explains how EPA keeps track of who is handling waste
and how it's being handled. Discusses issuing permits to
facilities that treat, store, or dispose of hazardous waste
to dictate how these facilities will operate. Explains how
EPA enlists the aid of states to help run RCRA.
Addresses penalizing those who are not in compliance
with RCRA and requiring cleanup of hazardous waste
releases to the environment.
• Safe Hazardous Waste Recycling	

Describes the benefits of hazardous waste recycling,
including combustion for energy recovery, use constitut-
ing disposal, reclamation, and direct use and reuse.
Explains special standards that encourage recycling of
certain common hazardous waste, such as used oil, pre-
cious metals, and scrap metal. Discusses universal
wastes and waste minimization.
 • State Hazardous Waste Contacts	

 Provides names and addresses for state hazardous waste
 contacts. Includes information for contacts in U.S. territo-
 ries.
 • What Makes a Waste Hazardous?	

 Describes how to identify a RCRA hazardous waste.
 Explains the different types of hazardous waste.
 Discusses the different forms of hazardous waste, includ-
 ing mixtures, derived-from wastes, and contaminated
 media and debris. Addresses hazardous waste exclusions.
 Managing Oil Spills	

 Poster designed for service station employees on how to
 manage oil leaks and spills. In Spanish on reverse side.
                               02/15/2003
Managing Used Oil: Advice for Small
Businesses	

Summarizes EPA's used oil management standards for
businesses such as service stations, fleet maintenance
facilities, and "quick lube" shops that generate and han-
dle used oil. Provides the regulatory definition of used
oil and lists what used oil is and what it is not. Describes
different types of businesses that handle used oil.
Explains standards businesses should observe when han-
dling used oil and oil filters. Recommends cleanup prac-
tices. Also available in Spanish.
                               11/15/1996
Managing  Used Motor Oil: Handle Used
Motor Oil Safely	,
Guide for employers and managers of service stations.
Outlines proper management of used oil to prevent cost-
ly cleanups. In Spanish on reverse side.
                               02/15/2003
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Managing Used Motor Oil Order Form

Order form for used oil materials designed for service
station use. Materials are available in English and
Spanish.
                              02/25/2003
Managing Your Hazardous Waste: A
Guide for Small Businesses	

Provides an overview to help small business owners and
operators understand how best to comply with federal
hazardous waste management regulations. Defines the
three categories of hazardous waste generators: small,
large, and conditionally exempt. Assists SQGs in deter-
mining if federal regulations apply. Tells how to obtain
an EPA identification number, manage waste on site, and
ship waste  off site. Outlines requirements for CESQGs
and a summary of requirements for LQGs. Includes EPA
and other federal resource centers and EPA regional con-
tacts. Also  available in Spanish.
                              22/15/2002
 Manejando Aceite Usado: Consejos para
 Empresas Pequenas (Spanish Translation
 of Managing Used Oil: Advice for Small
 Businesses)	

 Esta hoja informativa contiene informacion valiosa para
 negocios tales como talleres mecanicos, instalaciones de
 mantenimiento de flotillas de vehiculos y talleres de
 cambio de aceite ("Quick Lube") que generan y mange-
 jan aceite usado. Este es un resumen de las normas sobre
 manejo de aceite usado de la Agencia de Proteccion
 Ambiental de los Estados Unidos (EPA). Provee una
 definicion regulativa de la EPA para aceite usado y
 describe diferente tipos de negocios que manejan aceite
 usado. La hoja informativa tambien explica normas que
 los negocios deben de observar al manejar aceite usado y
 filtros de aceite. Y tambien recomienda practicas de
 limpieza.
                               15/11/1996
                  Manejando sus Residues Peligrosos:
                  Una Guia para Empresas Pequenas
                  (Spanish Translation of Managing
                  Your Hazardous Waste: A Guide for
                  Small Businesses)	

                  Este folleto es un recurso esencial para duenos de empre-
                  sas pequenas que tienen que cumplir con regulaciones
                  federates para el manejo de residues peligrosos. Define
                  las tres categorias de generadores de residues peligrosos
                  (pequenas, grandes, y condicionalmente exentos); asiste
                  a generadores de cantidades pequenas a deterrninar si se
                  les aplica regulaciones federates. Explica como obtener
                  un numero de identificacion de la Agencia de Proteccion
                  Ambiental (EPA por sus siglas en ingles), manejar des-
                  perdicios en sitio, y enviarlos fuera de sitio. Incluye los
                  requisites para genadores condicionalmente exentos y
                  una descripcion para generadores de cantidaes grandes.
                  Lista agencias estatales para el manejo de residues peli-
                  grosos, centres de recursos federates, y oficinas
                  regionales de la EPA que pueden ser contactadas para
                  mas informacion.
                                                15/01/2003
                  Manifest System, Recordkeeping, and
                  Reporting (40 CFR  264 and 265, Subpart
                  E); Standards Applicable to Owners and
                  Operators of Hazardous Waste
                  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
                  Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
                  3004	
                  Provides background information, rationale, and sup-
                  porting data for the standards established for manifest
                  system compliance, record keeping, and reporting at haz-
                  ardous waste TSDFs.
                                                04/15/1980
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Manual  de Participacion Publica de la
RCRA (Spanish Translation of RCRA Public
Participation Manual)	

Este documento es un manual de usuarios para las
actividades de participacion publica en el proceso de
permisos RCRA. Sirve como una guia para mejorar la
cooperaci6n y la comunicacion entre todos los partici-
pantes, y ademas explica como funciona la participacion
publica en  el proceso de permisos de RCRA y como los
ciudadanos, los reguladores y la industria pueden coop-
erar para que funcione mejor. Apendices incluyen: lista
de contactos de la EPA, lista de contactos de RCRA en los
estados, contactos de la Liga de Mujeres Electoras, lista
de verificacion de la participacion publica en justicia
ambiental,  orientacidn para grupos consultivos de la
comunida en sitios del Superfondo, regulaciones
para/sobre participacion publica, Ejemplos de notifica-
ciones publicas de RCRA, ejemplos de herramientas adi-
cionales de participacion publica de acuerdo a la RCRA,
hoja de information del Proceso  de Permisos Para
Instalaciones de Desechos Peligrosos, RCRA Norma de
Participacion Publica Expandida y Folleto, Pagina
Informativa Sobre Modificaciones de Permisos, recursos
de participacion publica de que dispone la agencia expe-
didora del  permiso, participacion publica  en actividades
dirigidas a hacer cumplir las leyes, guia de acceso a la
informaci6n de la EPA, y un glosario de acronimos.
                                15/06/2996
Manual del Consumidor para Reducir los
Desechos Solidos (Spanish Translation of
Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid
Waste)	
Describe como los consumidores pueden reducir el volu-
men de sus desperdicios cuando saben como comprar,
usar y por ultimo eliminar los productos y empaques,
relacionandolos con la proteccion del ambiente. Las sug-
erencias siguen cuatro principles basicos: reducir, reuti-
lizar, reciclar, y acatar. Asimismo ofrece una lista de las
agendas estatales ambientales asi como tambie'n otras
publicaciones y fuentes.
                                25/10/1994
Manufacturing from Recyclables: 24 Case
Studies of Successful Recycling Enterprises

Examines manufacturing from recyclables and demon-
strates the benefits to the community from localizing
markets for its recyclables. Case studies are categorized
alphabetically according to the discarded materials used
at different facilities. Each study provides company back-
ground, feedstock used with emphasis on scrap materi-
als, manufacturing process, profile of finished products,
economics (e.g. cost and savings associated with operat-
ing a scrap-based enterprise), replicability (e.g. plans for
expansion, relocation, or licensing of its process), and
contacts for additional information. Includes list of
acronyms, definitions of terms, and resources.
                               02/15/1995
Markets for Compost _

Examines markets for compost. Describes factors affect-
ing the current supply and demand for compost and pro-
vides information on future market trends. Discusses the
role of composting in MSW management and the need
for developing compost markets. Reviews characteristics
and benefits of compost and competing and complemen-
tary products and compost uses and markets. Examines
factors pertinent to developing compost markets, eco-
nomic and noneconomic barriers to developing compost
markets, and strategies to mitigate and overcome barri-
ers to developing compost markets. Appendix provides
examples of existing programs and markets.
(EPA530-SW-90-073A)           11/15/1993
Markets for Recovered Aluminum

Examines markets for scrap aluminum. Explores how
markets are structured, what influences the supply and
demand for aluminum, what projections can be made
about the future of markets, and how government poli-
cies might affect markets.
'(EPA530-SW-90-072A)            04/15/1993
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Markets for Recovered Glass	
Examines markets for crushed scrap glass. Explores how
markets are structured, what influences the supply and
demand for glass, what projections can be made about
the future of markets, and how government policies
might affect markets.
(EPA530-SW-90-071A)            12/15/1992
Markets for Scrap Tires	
Discusses the problems associated with scrap tires.
Identifies existing and potential source reduction and uti-
lization methods that may be effective in solving the tire
problem.
(EPA530-SW-90-074A)            10/15/1991
MarketShare: Tips and Advice from the
Jobs through Recycling Program	

Provides tips and strategies for developing sustainable
and effective recycling market development programs.
Documents lessons learned by organizations that
received grants through EPA's JTR program. Discusses
developing a sustainable program, building infrastruc-
ture and networks, outreach, business assistance, financ-
ing, measurement, sustainable funding options, and
putting it all together.
                                11/15/1999
                   Measuring Recycling: A Guide for State
                   and Local Governments	

                   Contains instruction, definitions, case studies, tips,
                   forms, and worksheets to help state and local govern-
                   ments calculate an MSW recycling rate. Provides infor-
                   mation to help track broad as well as commodity specific
                   categories of recycled materials. Establishes a voluntary,
                   uniform method for calculating recycling rates. Offers
                   advice and recommendations for obtaining accurate
                   data, minimizing double counting, identifying possible
                   errors or omissions in data, establishing relationships
                   with the private sector to obtain commercial recycling
                   data, ensuring the private sector's confidentiality when
                   reporting data, using national waste characterization
                   data to estimate waste generation when disposal data are
                   not available, accounting for imports and exports of
                   MSW and recyclable materials, streamlining and improv-
                   ing data collection, and reducing recycling measurement
                   costs. Appendices include glossary, standard volume-to-
                   weight conversion factors, survey forms, recycling rate
                   worksheets, resources, sample language for Freedom of
                   Information Act exemption, sample cover letters, and a
                   methodology adjusting waste generation.
                                                   09/15/2397
                    Measuring  Recycling: EPA's Voluntary
                    Standard Method (Brochure)	

                    Lists the benefits of measuring recycling. Defines the
                    methodology developed to accurately evaluate the suc-
                    cess of a recycling program and to ensure that fiscal,
                    administrative, and planning decisions are sound.
                    Describes Measuring Recycling: A Guide for State and
                    Local Governments and provides an order form for it.
                                                   11/15/1997
                                                      Medical Waste Management in the
                                                      United States: First Interim Report to
                                                      Congress	

                                                      Discusses the first of three reports required by Congress
                                                      in which EPA assesses several aspects of medical waste
                                                      management and the demonstration program for track-
                                                      ing medical wastes.
                                                      (EPA530-SW-90-051A)            05/15/1990
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                                                                          Titles
Medical Waste Management in the
United States: First Interim Report to
Congress; Executive Summary	__

Outlines interim report. Addresses topics specified in
RCRA Section 11008(a), including aspects of medical
waste management and the demonstration program for
tracking medical wastes.
                             05/15/1990
Medical Waste Management in the
United States: Second Interim Report to
Congress	
Addresses the medical waste program pursuant to the
Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988. Reviews key issues
leading to the passage of the law, with a detailed analysis
of EPA's medical waste program.
(EPA530-SW-90-087A)          12/15/1990
Medical Waste Management in the
United States: Second Interim Report to
Congress; Executive Summary	

Outlines the interim report. Briefly describes the five
integrated components of EPA's medical waste program,
which includes a tracking system, management program,
information gathering, research and analysis, education,
an outreach and training program, and an enforcement
strategy. Provides an update on progress in the charac-
terization of generation and management of medical
waste and the development of guidelines for home
health care waste.
                             12/15/1990
Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988

Examines Public Law 100-582,100th Congress. SWDA
was amended to promulgate regulations on management
of infectious waste.
                             11/01/1988
Medio Ambientes Delicados y la
Ubicacion de Instalaciones Para Manejo
de Residues Peligrosos (Spanish
Translation  of Sensitive Environments and
the Siting of Hazardous Waste
Management Facilities)   	
Discute tipos de ambientes delicados que plantean un
desafio especial para la ubicacion, expansion y operacion
de instalaciones para el manejo de residues peligrosos.
Los hugares que constituen medio ambientes delicados
incluyen: planicies alubiales, humedales, zonas sismicas,
terreno inestable, y otros. Explica los problemas asocia-
dos con cada tipo de estos ambientes delicados y ofrece
recomendaciones para tratar con estos problemas.
                             25/05/2997
Memorandum on Trial Burns (Guidance
on Trial Burn Failures) _

Clarifies EPA's policy on trial bums for incinerators and
BIFs. Addresses issues regarding trial burn failures: what
constitutes a successful trial burn, how to handle invalid
data, what constitutes an unsuccessful trial burn, how to
handle a request for a trial burn retest, and how to
restrict operations after an unsuccessful trial burn.
                             07/05/1994
Memorandum to Monica Chatmon-
McEaddy of Office of Solid Waste
Regarding Final Treatment Standards for
K069 Nonwastewaters  in the Calcium
Sulfate/Sodium Subcategory and
Wastewater Forms of K069 _
Presents technical support and rationale for the develop-
ment of treatment standards for K069 nonwastewaters in
the calcium sulfate subcategory and wastewater forms of
K069. K069 is listed as an emission control dust or sludge
from secondary lead smelting.
(EPA530-SW-90-059K)           05/08/1990
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Memorandum to Monica Chatmon-
McEaddy of Office of Solid Waste
Regarding Final Treatment Standards for
Nonwaste-Water and Waste-Water Forms
of K100	
Presents technical support and rationale for the develop-
ment of treatment standards for nonwastewater and
wastewater forms of K100. K100 is listed as a waste
leaching solution from acid leaching of emission control
dust or sludge from secondary lead smelting.
(EPA530-SW-90-059L)            05/08/1990
                  Methodology for Developing  Best
                  Demonstrated Available Technology
                  (BDAT) Treatment Standards	

                  Summarizes EPA's approach for implementing the LDR
                  program. Presents the legal authority for regulations,
                  describes technical methodology used to define treat-
                  ment standards, and discusses the variance from these
                  standards. Presents the Agency's approach to special
                  problems raised by P and U listed hazards.
                  (EPA530-SW-89-048B)           05/08/1989
Memorandum to the Docket Regarding
Final Treatment Standards for Nonwaste-
Water and Waste-Water Forms of K044,
K045f and K047	
Summarizes technical support and rationale for treat-
ment standard for nonwastewater and waste-water
forms of K044, K045, and K047 as identified in 40 CFR
Part 261.32.
(EPA530-SW-90-060B)            05/08/1990
Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry
Scrubber and Baghouse  Equipped
Hazardous Waste Incinerator	

Presents test results of air pollution control devices at
Illinois incineration unit to determine toxic metals and
particulate control efficiencies of spray dryer and fabric
filter system. Contributes to EPA's data on control effi-
ciencies that can be achieved by hazardous waste incin-
eration facilities.
(EPA530-SW-91-004)            09/15/1990
                  Methods Manual for Compliance with
                  the BIF Regulations: Burning Hazardous
                  Waste in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces

                  Presents required methods for demonstrating compliance
                  with EPA regulations (40 CFR Part 266, Subpart H) for
                  BIFs burning hazardous waste. Includes performance
                  specifications for continuous emission monitoring of car-
                  bon monoxide, oxygen, and hydrocarbons in stack gases,
                  sampling and analytical methods, hazardous waste com-
                  bustion air quality screening procedures, and procedures
                  for estimating the toxicity equivalence of chlorinated
                  dibenzo-p-dioxin and dibenzofuran congeners.
                  (EPA530-SW-91-010)             12/15/1990
                  *Mills, Converters, and Distributors of
                  Printing and Writing Paper Containing
                  Postconsumer Recovered Fiber	

                  Lists manufacturers and suppliers of printing and writ-
                  ing paper {uncoated printing and writing papers, coated
                  printing and writing papers, and bristols) containing
                  recovered fibers. Arranged alphabetically by corporate
                  name, listings include main addresses, names of persons
                  to contact for additional information, descriptions of the
                  mills or companies, and a list of recycled-content brands
                  including paper grades, and total and postconsumer
                  recovered paper content. Includes definitions. Listings
                  are based on information provided by the manufacturer
                  and do not represent an endorsement by EPA, This pub-
                  lication is only available on OSW's web site at .
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*Mills that Produce Newsprint Containing
Postconsumer Recovered Paper.	

Lists mills that produce newsprint containing postcon-
sumer recovered paper. Arranged alphabetically by cor-
porate name, listings include main address, name of per-
son to contact for additional information, description of
the mill or company, and a list of recycled content brands
including brand name, grade, and total and postcon-
sumer recovered paper content. Includes definitions.
Listings are based on information provided by the manu-
facturer and do not represent an endorsement by EPA.
This publication is only available on OSW's web site at
.
                              06/15/2001
*Mills that Produce Tissue Products
Containing Recovered Paper	

Lists mills that produce tissue paper and toweling paper
from recovered paper. Arranged alphabetically by corpo-
rate name, listings include main address, name of person
to contact for additional information, description of the
mill or company, and list of recycled-content brands
including brand name, grade, and total and postcon-
sumer recovered paper content. Includes definitions.
Listings are based on information provided by the manu-
facturer and do not represent an endorsement by EPA.
This publication is only available on OSW's web site at
.
                              06/15/2002
                          "rirrvv1*^""""
Minimum Technology Guidance on
Double Liner Systems for Landfills and
Surface Impoundments; Design,
Construction, and Operation	
Provides guidance on designs for surface impoundments
required to have two or more liners and for a leachate
collection system above and between such liners.
Identifies two double-liner systems. Incorporates current
state-of-the-art design, construction, and operation of
hazardous waste land disposal units.
(EPA530-SW-85-OU)             05/24/1985
Minimum Technology Guidance on Single
Liner Systems for Landfills, Surface
Impoundments, and Waste Piles; Design,
Construction, and Operation (Draft)
Identifies design, construction, and operation specifica-
tions that can be used by owners and operators to com-
ply with various sections of HSWA. Provides guidance
for owners and operators and EPA and state regulatory
personnel on designs that the Agency believes meet
Section 3015(a) requirements for waste piles.
(EPA530-SW-85-013)             05/24/1985

                                                  Mining Sites in the National Priorities
                                                  List; NPL Site Summary Reports (Complete
                                                  Set)	
                                                  Provides a five volume set covering 48 sites. Includes a
                                                  series on mining sites on the NPL. Reports prepared to
                                                  support EPA's mining program activities. Summarizes
                                                  environmental damages and associated mining waste
                                                  management practices at sites on, or proposed for, NPL
                                                  as of February 11,1991 (56 FR 5598). Based on informa-
                                                  tion obtained from EPA files and reports. An individual
                                                  report was prepared for each site, following various for-
                                                  mats. Maps and charts are included.
                                                  (EPA530-SW-91-065)            06/21/1991
Mining Sites in the National Priorities
List; NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume I:
Aluminum Company of America
(Vancouver Smelter), Anaconda Smelter,
Atlas Asbestos Mine, Bunker Hill Mining
and Metallurgical Complex, California
Gulch, Carson River, Celtor Chemical
Works, Cherokee County/Galena Subsite,
Cimarron Mining Corporation, Clear
Creek/Central City, Cleveland Mill
Presents the final draft for 11 sites. This report series on
mining sites on the NPL was prepared to support EPA's
mining program activities as of February 11,1991 (56 FR
5598). Each location is treated individually and summa-
rizes types of environmental damages and associated
mining waste management practices.
(EPA530-SW-91-065A)           06/21/1991
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 Mining Sites in the National Priorities
 List; NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume
 II: Commencement Bay Nearshore/
 Tideflats, Denver Radium, Eagle Mine,
 East Helena Smelter, Eastern Michaud
 Flats Contamination Area, Glen
 Ridge/Montclair/West Orange/US Radium,
 Homestake Mill, Iron Mountain Mine,
 Johns-Manville Coalinga Asbestos Mill,
 Kerr-McGee (Kress Creek, Reed-Keppler
 Park, Residential Areas, Sewage
 Treatment Plant)	
 Presents the final draft for 10 sites. Summarizes the type
 of environmental damages and associated mining waste
 practices for sites on, or proposed for, the NPL as of
 February 11,1991 (56 FR 5598). Site history, description,
 and overview are included. Remedial investigation activ-
 ities and lists of contamination sources are provided.
 Identifies sources of hazardous contamination, describes
 nature and extent of contamination, and determines
 effects of toxic contamination on natural resources and
 public health.
 (EPA530-SW-91-065B)          06/21/1991
Mining Sites in the National Priorities
List; NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume
III: Kerr-McGee Chemical Corporation
(Soda Springs Plant), Lincoln Park, Martin
Marietta Reduction Facility, Midvale Slag
(Valley Materials Slag), Milltown
Reservoir Sediments, Monsanto Chemical
Company, Monticello Mill Site, Monticello
Vicinity Properties, Mouat Industries,
Ormet Corporation	
Presents the final draft for 10 sites. Individual reports on
environmental damages and associated mining waste
practices for sites on or proposed for the NPL as of
February 11,1991 (56 FR 5598). Site investigation, reme-
dial planning and investigation, and remedial action are
included for each. Prepared in conjunction with an eco-
nomic assessment of natural resource injuries and a feasi-
bility study for site cleanup. Cost figures are provided.
(EPA530-SW-91-065C)          06/21/1991
                  Mining Sites in the National Priorities
                  List; NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume
                  IV: Oronogo-Duenweg Mining Belt,
                  Palmerton Zinc, Sharon Steel/Midvale
                  Tailings, Silver Bow Creek/Butte Area Site,
                  Silver Mountain Mine,  Smuggler
                  Mountain, St.  Louis Airport/Hazelwood
                  Interim/Futura Coatings, Sulphur Bank
                  Mercury Mine, Tar Creek	
                  Presents the final draft for nine sites. Individual reports on
                  environmental damages and associated mining waste prac-
                  tices for sites on or proposed for the NPL as of February 11,
                  1991 (56 FR 5598). Site investigation, remedial planning
                  and investigation, and remedial actions are included.
                  (EPA530-SW-91-065D)          06/21/1991
                  Mining Sites in the National Priorities
                  List; NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume
                  V: Teledyne Wah Chang, Tex-Tin
                  Corporation, Torch Lake,  United Nuclear
                  Corporation/ Churchrock  Site, U.S.
                  Titanium, Uravan Uranium Mill,
                  Whitewood Creek, Wayne Interim
                  Storage Facility/W.R. Grace	
                  Presents the final draft for eight sites. Includes an ongo-
                  ing remedial investigation and feasibility study with
                  community relations plans. Identifies sources of haz-
                  ardous contamination, describes nature and extent of
                  contamination, and determines effects of toxic contami-
                  nation on natural resources and public health.
                  (EPA530-SW-91-065E)           06/21/1991
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*Miscellaneous Products Containing
Recovered Materials	

Lists manufacturers and suppliers of miscellaneous
products (absorbents and adsorbents; awards and
plaques; industrial drums; manual-grade strapping;
mats; pallets: corrugated, plastic, wooden pallet, and
injection mold; and signage) containing recovered mate-
rials. Includes company name, address, contact name,
phone number, and fax number. Listings are based on
information provided by the manufacturer and do not
represent an endorsement by EPA. This publication is
only available on OSW's web site at 
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Moving Targets
Fact sheet addressing greenhouse gas emissions from the
collection and transportation of waste and recyclables.
Discusses clean energy transportation by switching from
diesel to landfill-derived fuel and route optimization
Also available in the kit folder Climate Change and Waste,
                                07/15/2002
Multifamily Recycling: A Golden
Opportunity for Solid Waste Reduction

Addresses provision of cost-effective, convenient recycling
services to residents of multifamily buildings. Describes
the diversion rates, costs, and common elements of high
performing multifamily recycling programs.
                               04/15/1999
Multifamily Recycling: A National Study

Summarizes the results of the first national study of mul-
tifamily recycling, including a description of services
provided, a presentation of measures indicating the
effectiveness of these programs, and a discussion of fac-
tors that were associated with those programs that
achieved the highest diversion rates. Appendices include
methodology, definitions, and individual program infor-
mation. Includes tables and figures.
                                11/15/2001
Municipal Solid Waste Characterization
Report: 2000 Facts and Figures	

Characterizes current trends and highlights changes in
municipal solid waste management {MSW) that have
occurred over time. Discusses methodology, characteriza-
tion of MSW by weight, management of MSW, and source
reduction of MSW. Appendices include material flows
methodology, source reduction/expansion for individual
components of MSW, and consumer electronics in MSW.
                               06/15/2002
                    Municipal Solid Waste Characterization
                    Report: 2000 Facts and Figures; Executive
                    Summary	

                    Summarizes current trends and highlights changes in
                    municipal solid waste management. Briefly describes the
                    methodology used to characterize MSW in the United
                    States and provide the latest facts and figures on MSW
                    generation, recycling, and disposal.
                                                   06/15/2002
                    Municipal Solid Waste Flow Control:
                    Summary of Public Comments	

                    Summarizes public comments received by EPA in prepa-
                    ration of the Agency's Report to Congress on Municipal
                    Solid Waste Flow Control. Reviews the positions of inter-
                    ested parties on flow controls; does not reflect EPA's
                    position on any of the issues raised. Identifies six issue
                    areas: the impacts of flow controls on solid waste man-
                    agement and capacity, impacts on the source reduction
                    and recycling, the impacts on economics, the impacts on
                    recyclable material, the impacts on human health and the
                    environment, and alternatives to flow controls. Includes
                    a list of commenters.
                    (EPA530-R-94-008)               02/08/1994
                    Municipal Solid Waste Source Reduction:
                    A Snapshot of State Initiatives	

                    Examines state source reduction activities across the U.S.
                    Highlights state goals or mandates that call for source
                    reduction. Describes source reduction activities, reuse
                    programs, and procurement guidelines in place within
                    state operations and facilities. Addresses residential pro-
                    grams targeted to consumers and households. Presents
                    state efforts to assist the business community in learning
                    about source reduction options. Relates state assistance
                    to municipal source reduction programs, primarily in the
                    form of grants and other technical assistance. Includes
                    exhibits and tables.
                                                   12/15/1998

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Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and
Leachate Characterization; Monofill
Baseline Year; Woodburn Monofill;
Woodburn, Oregon	

Documents sampling and analysis of both liquids and
solids from a relatively young MSW combustion residue
monofill. Part of a long-term study.
(EPA530-SW-89-074)            08/15/1989
Municipal Waste Combustion Study
(Complete Set)	

Analyzes health risks and environmental problems
caused by pollutants emitted from municipal waste com-
bustors. Describes MWC industry and depicts trends.
Series of nine volumes.
(EPA530-SW-87-021)            09/15/1987
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Control of Organic Emissions	

Describes an assessment of combustion control of organ-
ic emissions from municipal waste combustors.
Information developed during a study of MWC con-
cerned with the best combustion practices to minimize
emissions of organics. Focuses on the design of new
units, and the operation and monitoring of new and
existing units from viewpoint of combustor and boiler
subsystems. Volume 3 in nine-part series.
(EPA530-SW-87-021C)          06/15/87
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Costs
of Flue Gas Cleaning Technologies	
Assesses the emission control costs for municipal waste
combustors. Volume 5 in nine-part series.
(EPA530-SW-87-021E)           06/15/1987
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Assessment of Health Risks Associated
With Exposure to Municipal Waste
Combustion Emissions	

Analyzes health risks and environmental problems
because of pollutants emitted from MWC. Volume 7 in
nine-part series.
(EPA530-SW-87-021G)           09/15/1987  >
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Characterization of the Municipal Waste
Combustion Industry	
Describes the MWC industry and depicts trends and
growth in the industry. Volume 8 in nine-part series.
(EPA530-SW-87-021H)           06/15/1987
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Emissions Data  Base for Municipal Waste
Combustors	

Provides a compilation of emission data for municipal
waste combustors. Information developed during a
study of MWC. The purpose of the document is to com-
pile U.S. and Canadian data on emissions of pollutants
of concern from MWC. The document also is intended to
compile similar data from European and Japanese
sources. The report also reduces test data into consistent
units of measure and reference and presents data in com-
mon format. Volume 2 in nine-part series.
(EPA530-SW-87-021B)           06/15/1987
            -^-_i_.. .1.
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Flue
Gas Cleaning Technology	
Provides results of flue gas cleaning technology study
applied to municipal waste combustors. Includes control
and effectiveness studies. Volume 4 in nine-part series.
(EPA530-SW-87-021D)           06/15/1987
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Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Recycling of Solid Waste	

Assesses recycling solid waste as an alternative or aug-
mentative waste management strategy to MWC. Volume
9 in nine-part series.
(EPA530-SW-87-021I)            06/15/1987
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Report to Congress	

Provides an overview of entire MWC study. Conducted
in response to Section 102, HSWA, 1984. Discusses num-
bers and types of existing and projected facilities, esti-
mates of emissions, options for controlling emissions,
risks from emissions, and potential for control. Costs and
sampling, analysis, and monitoring of emissions are
examined. Volume 1 in nine-part series.
(EPA530-SW-87-021A)           06/15/1987
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Sampling and Analysis	
Outlines recommended sampling, analysis and monitor-
ing procedures for MSW combustion facilities. Volume 6
in nine-part series.
(EPA530-SW-87-021F)           06/15/1987
 National  Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
 Report (Based on 1993 Data) (Complete
 Set)	

 Presents a detailed census based on hazardous waste
 reports that are filed by generators and managers of
 RCRA hazardous waste. Reports on RCRA hazardous
 waste generation and management as well as interstate
 transport of hazardous waste.
 (EPA530-R-95-039)              08/15/1995
                  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
                  Report (Based on 1993 Data); Executive
                  Summary	

                  Provides an overview of national hazardous waste genera-
                  tion and management practices, based on EPA's 1993 bien-
                  nial report. Includes tables showing the quantity of RCRA
                  hazardous waste generated, the number of hazardous
                  waste generators by state, the quantity of RCRA hazardous
                  waste managed, and the number of TSDFs by state.
                                               08/15/1995
                  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
                  Report (Based on 1993 Data): List of
                  Large Quantity Generators in the United
                  States	

                  Lists LQGs of RCRA hazardous waste, as identified by
                  EPA's 1993 biennial report. Provides information on the
                  quantities, nature, and disposition of generated haz-
                  ardous waste and the efforts to reduce the volume and
                  toxicity of hazardous waste compared with previous
                  years. Generator lists are arranged by state, and each
                  state list is grouped by tons of RCRA waste generated.
                  Includes a list of state contacts.
                  (EPA530-R-95-039a)             08/15/1995
                  National Biennial  RCRA Hazardous Waste
                  Report (Based on  1993 Data):  List of
                  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
                  Facilities in the United States	
                  Lists TSDFs by state, as identified by EPA's 1993 biennial
                  report. Includes EPA identification numbers, names, loca-
                  tions, and tons of RCRA waste managed for each facility.
                  (EPA530-R-95~039b)             08/15/1995
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 National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
 Report (Based on 1993 Data): National
 Analysis	

 Analyzes the generation, management, and final disposi-
 tion of RCRA hazardous wastes, as reported in EPA's
 1993 biennial report. Includes waste generation, waste
 management, shipments and receipts, and imports and
 exports. Appendices contain system type codes and
 RCRA hazardous waste codes.
 (EPA530-R-95-039c)              08/15/1995
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1995 Data) (Complete
Set)	

Provides an overview of national hazardous waste gen-
eration and management practices, based on analyses of
1995 data. Includes a summary analysis of the amount of
hazardous waste generated in the United States in 1995,
methods used to manage this waste, and shipments and
receipts of the waste. Data are provided for the nation as
well as the individual states.
(EPA530-R-97-022)              08/15/1997
National  Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1993 Data): State Detail
Analysis	

Provides a detailed look at waste handling in EPA
regions, states, and at the largest facilities in the nation.
Includes information on quantities of waste generation,
management, and shipments and receipts, as well as
information on interstate imports and exports of RCRA
hazardous wastes. Also provides totals for the 50 largest
facilities in each state.
(EPA530-R-95-039d)             08/15/1995
National  Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1995 Data);  Executive
Summary	

Provides an overview of national hazardous waste genera-
tion and management practices, based on EPA's 1995 bien-
nial report. Includes tables showing the quantity of RCRA
hazardous waste generated, the number of hazardous
waste generators by state, the quantity of RCRA hazardous
waste managed, and the number of TSDFs by state.
                              08/15/1997
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1993 Data): State
Summary Analysis	

Provides two-page overview of RCRA hazardous waste
generation and management practices of individual
states, as reported in EPA's 1993 biennial report. Includes
total number of LQGs; total quantity of RCRA hazardous
waste generated; 10 largest RCRA hazardous waste gen-
erators and quantities generated in 1993, with locations
on a map; quantity of hazardous waste generated that
was characteristic waste, listed waste, or both; 10 largest
RCRA hazardous waste managers and quantities man-
aged in 1993, with location on a map; top management
method; and imports and exports.
(EPA530-R-95-039e)             08/15/1995
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1995 Data): List of
Large Quantity  Generators in the United
States	

Lists LQGs of RCRA hazardous waste, as identified by
EPA's 1995 biennial report. Provides information on the
quantities, nature, and disposition of generated haz-
ardous waste and the efforts to reduce the volume and
toxicity of hazardous waste compared with previous
years. Generator lists are arranged by state, and each
state list is grouped by tons of RCRA waste generated.
(EPA530-R-97-022a).             08/15/1997
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National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1995 Data): List of
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities in the United States	
Lists TSDFs, as identified by EPA's 1995 biennial report,
by state. Includes a facility's EPA identification number,
name, location, and tons of RCRA waste managed.
(EPA530-R-97-022i>)             08/15/1997
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1995 Data): National
Analysis   	'
Analyzes the generation, management, and final disposi-
tion of RCRA hazardous wastes, as reported in EPA's
1995 biennial report. Includes waste generation, waste
management, shipments and receipts, and imports and
exports. Appendices contain system type codes and EPA
hazardous waste codes.
(EPA530-R-97-022c)             08/15/1997
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1995 Data): State Detail
Analysis	

Provides a detailed look at waste handling in EPA
regions, states, and at the largest facilities in the nation.
Includes information on quantities of waste generation,
management, and shipments and receipts, as well as
information on interstate imports and exports of RCRA
hazardous wastes. Also provides totals for the 50 largest
facilities in each state.
(EPA530-R'97-022d)             08/15/1997
                  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
                  Report (Based on 1995 Data): State
                  Summary Analysis	

                  Provides two-page overview of RCRA hazardous waste
                  generation and management practices of individual
                  states, as reported in EPA's 1995 biennial report. Includes
                  total number of LQGs; total quantity of RCRA hazardous
                  waste generated; 10 largest RCRA hazardous waste gen-
                  erators and their generated quantities for 1995, with map
                  locations; quantity of hazardous waste generated that
                  was characteristic waste, listed waste, or both; 10 largest
                  RCRA hazardous waste managers and their quantities
                  for 1995, with location; top management method; and
                  imports and map exports.
                  (EPA530-R-97-022e)             08/15/1997
                  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
                  Report (Based on 1997 Data) (Complete
                  Set)	

                  Provides an overview of national hazardous waste gen-
                  eration and management practices, based on analyses of
                  1997 data. Includes a summary analysis of the amount of
                  hazardous waste generated in the United States in 1997,
                  methods used to manage this waste, and shipments and
                  receipts of the waste. Data are provided for the nation as
                  well as the individual states.
                  (EPA530-R-99-036)              09/15/1999
                  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
                  Report (Based on 1997 Data); Executive
                  Summary	

                  Provides an overview of national hazardous waste genera-
                  tion and management practices, based on EPA's 1997 bien-
                  nial report. Includes tables showing the quantity of RCRA
                  hazardous waste generated, the number of hazardous
                  waste generators by state, the quantity of RCRA hazardous
                  waste managed, and the number of TSDFs by state.
                                                09/25/1999
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National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1997 Data): List of
Large Quantity Generators in the United
States          	•

Lists LQGs of RCRA hazardous waste, as identified by
EPA's 1997 biennial report. Provides information on the
quantities/ nature, and disposition of generated haz-
ardous waste and the efforts to reduce the volume and
toxicity of hazardous waste compared with previous
years. Generator lists are arranged by state, and each
state list is grouped by tons of RCRA waste generated.
(EPA530-R-99-036a)             09/15/1999
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1997 Data): State Detail
Analysis	

Provides a detailed look at waste handling in EPA
regions, states, and at the largest facilities in the nation.
Includes information on quantities of waste generation,
management, and shipments and receipts, as well as
information on interstate imports and exports of RCRA
hazardous wastes. Also provides totals for the 50 largest
facilities in each state.
(EPA530-R-99-036d)             09/15/1999
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1997 Data): List of
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities in the United States	
Lists TSDFs, as identified by EPA's 1997 biennial report,
by state. Includes a facility's EPA identification number,
name, location, and tons of RCRA waste managed.
(EPA53Q-R-99-036b)             09/15/1999
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1997 Data): National
Analysis   	

Analyzes the generation, management, and final disposi-
tion of RCRA hazardous wastes, as reported in EPA's
1997 biennial report. Includes waste generation, waste
management, shipments and receipts, and imports and
exports. Appendices contain system type codes and EPA
hazardous waste codes.
(EPA530-R-99-036c)             09/15/1999
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1997 Data): State
Summary Analysis	

Provides two-page overview of RCRA hazardous waste
generation and management practices of individual
states, as reported in EPA's 1997 biennial report. Includes
total number of LQGs; total quantity of RCRA hazardous
waste generated; 10 largest RCRA hazardous waste gen-
erators and their generated quantities for 1997, with map
locations; quantity of hazardous waste generated that
was characteristic waste, listed waste, or both; 10 largest
RCRA hazardous waste managers and their quantities
for 1997, with location; top management method; and
imports and map exports.
(EPA530-R-99-036e)             09/15/1999
National  Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1999 Data) (Complete
Set)	

Provides an overview of national hazardous waste gen-
eration and management practices, based on analyses of
1999 data. Includes a summary analysis of the amount of
hazardous waste generated in the United States in 1997,
methods used to manage this waste, and shipments and
receipts of the waste. Data are provided for the nation as
well as the individual states.
                              06/15/2000
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        Titles
 National Biennial RGRA Hazardous Waste
 Report (Based on 1999 Data); Executive
 Summary	

 Provides an overview of national hazardous waste genera-
 tion and management practices, based on EPA's 1999 bien-
 nial report. Includes tables showing the quantity of RCRA
 hazardous waste generated, the number of hazardous
 waste generators by state, the quantity of RCRA hazardous
 waste managed, and the number of TSDFs by state.
                              06/15/2001
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1999 Data): List of
Large Quantity Generators	

Lists LQGs of RCRA hazardous waste, as identified by
EPA's 1999 biennial report. Provides information on the
quantities, nature, and disposition of generated haz-
ardous waste and the efforts to reduce the volume and
toxicity of hazardous waste compared with previous
years. Generator lists are arranged by state, and each
state list is grouped by tons of RCRA waste generated.
(EPA53Q-R-01-013)             06/15/2001
National  Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report(Based on 1999 Data): List of
Treatment Storage, and Disposal
Facilities	

Lists TSDFs, as identified by EPA's 1999 biennial report,
by state. Includes a facility's EPA identification number,
name, location, and tons of RCRA waste managed.
(EPA530-R-Q1-012)              06/15/2001
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1999 Data): National
Analysis	

Analyzes waste-handling practices in the EPA Regions,
states, and the largest facilities nationally, including the
quantity of waste generated, managed, shipped and
received, and imported and exported between states
Also contains the number of generators and managing
facilities.
(EPA530-R-01-009)              06/152001
                   National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
                   Report (Based on 1999 Data): State Detail
                   Analysis	

                   Provides a detailed look at each state's waste handling
                   practices, including overall totals for generation, man-
                   agement, and shipments and receipts, as well as totals
                   for the largest fifty facilities.
                   (EPA530-R-01-011)              06/15/2001
                   National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
                   Report (Based on 1999 Data): State
                   Summary Analysis	

                   Provides two-page overview of RCRA hazardous waste
                   generation and management practices of individual
                   states, as reported in EPA's 1997 biennial report. Includes
                   total number of LQGs; total quantity of RCRA hazardous
                   waste generated; 10 largest RCRA hazardous waste gen-
                   erators and their generated quantities for 1997, with map
                   locations; quantity of hazardous waste generated that
                   was characteristic waste, listed waste, or both; 10 largest
                   RCRA hazardous waste managers and their quantities
                   for 1999, with location; top management method; and
                   imports and map exports.
                   (EPA530-R-01-OW)              06/15/2001
                   National Capacity Assessment Report;
                   Capacity Planning Pursuant to CERCLA
                   Section 104(c)(9)	

                   Discusses CERCLA Section 104(c)(9), which requires
                   states to assure that adequate capacity exists to treat and
                   dispose of hazardous wastes. Describes EPA's require-
                   ment that adequate national capacity exists and the
                   methodology and data used to conduct the assessment
                   used to make this determination. Appendices include
                   demand data submitted by the states, commercial capaci-
                   ty data submitted by the states, adjustments to commer-
                   cial capacity data, list of facilities, and Capacity
                   Assurance Plan management categories.
                   (EPA530-R-95-016)              11/15/1996
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                                                                            Titles
National Dioxin Study
Documents a 2-year study to investigate dioxin contami-
nation. Includes the National Dioxin Strategy to provide
coordinated management framework for investigative,
remedial, and regulatory activities.
(EPA530-SW-87-025)            08/15/1987
National Small Quantity Hazardous Waste
Generator Survey; Final Report	

Presents the results of voluntary survey of generators of
hazardous waste who produce less than 1,000 kg of haz-
ardous waste per month. Designed to obtain reliable esti-
mates of the number and type of SQGs and waste gener-
ation and management practices. Describes purpose and
scope, background of RCRA and HSWA, methodology of
survey, and results. Includes sample questionnaire and
detailed industry and waste stream profiles for SQGs.
(EPA530-SW-85-004)            02/15/1985
National Source Reduction
Characterization Report for Municipal
Solid Waste in the United States	

Estimates the amount of waste not created over a certain
period of time. Examines factors that drive waste preven-
tion activities, such as changes in design practices, opera-
tional changes, policy trends, and new technologies.
Explains the methodology used to generate all the source
reduction estimates presented in the report. Provides
data on source reduction for the MSW stream as a whole,
as well as for its component materials and product cate-
gories. Profiles source reduction activities of individual
organizations, featuring backyard composting, elimina-
tion of unnecessary packaging, lightweighting, and
material reuse. Includes glossary and appendices.
                              11/15/1999
National Survey of Hazardous Waste
Generators and Treatment, Storage,
Disposal and Recycling Facilities in 1986:
Hazardous Waste Generation and
Management	
Presents the findings of two extensive surveys conducted
by mail during a 3-year period to obtain detailed infor-
mation concerning hazardous waste generation and man-
agement practices. Includes survey overview, hazardous
waste generation, types of waste generated, hazard waste
management methods, and the changes since 1986 that
affect waste management. Includes detailed charts.
(EPA530-SW-91-075)            10/15/1991
National Survey of Hazardous Waste
Generators and Treatment, Storage,
Disposal and Recycling Facilities in 1986:
Hazardous Waste Management in RCRA
TSDR Units	
Presents the initial findings of two, 3-year long national
mail surveys to gather information about hazardous
waste generation and management practices. Surveys
focused on hazardous waste handlers regulated under
Subtitle C, RCRA, and HSWA.
(EPA530-SW-91-060)            07/15/1991
National Survey of Hazardous Waste
Generators and Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities Regulated under RCRA
in 1981	
Summarizes the findings of national survey of hazardous
waste generators and TSDFs regulated under RCRA
Subtitle C. The mail survey was conducted during fall
and spring of 1982 to 1983 under sponsorship of OSW.
This information provided EPA with first complete
description of hazardous waste management and genera-
tion activities regulated under federal law since RCRA
was enacted in 1976.
(EPA530-SW-84-005)            04/20/1984
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National Survey of Solid Waste
(Municipal) Landfill Facilities	

Describes the methodology and results of national sur-
vey of Subtitle D municipal landfill facilities conducted
in response to HSWA. HSWA required EPA to conduct a
study to determine whether regulations are adequate to
protect human health and the environment. EPA also
was required to report results of the study to Congress
and to revise regulations for facilities that receive SQG
waste and HHW.
(EPA530-SW-88-034)            09/15/1988
The Nation's Hazardous Waste
Management Program at a Crossroads:
The RCRA Implementation Study	

Presents EPA's philosophy for management of hazardous
waste, together with detailed rationale underlying that
philosophy. Based on extensive analysis of perspectives
gained from federal and state officials, public interest
representatives, and regulated community. The report
sets direction for implementing RCRA and provides a
basis for EPA's strategic decision-making.
                              07/15/1990
Native American Network: A RCRA
Information Exchange (Issue #1) (Fall
1990)	

Covers RCRA's solid waste management issues. Serves
as forum to exchange experiences and ideas among
tribes to enhance working relationships among tribal
governments, EPA, other federal agencies, and state and
local governments. First newsletter includes citizen suit
provisions, role of the regional Indian coordinator, and a
listing of reference materials.
                               09/25/2990
 Native American Network: A RCRA
 Information  Exchange (Issue #2) (Spring
 1991)	
 Contains Oglala Sioux Tribe and Blue Legs Decision, a
 philosophy on training, clandestine drug labs, hot topics,
 and important solid waste contacts.
                              04/25/1992
                  Native American Network: A RCRA
                  Information Exchange (Issue #3)
                  (Summer/Fall 1991)	
                  Covers Campo experience, money matters, IHS and solid
                  waste, and a recycling project on the Cherokee
                  Reservation.
                                                07/15/1991
                  Native American Network: A RCRA
                  Information Exchange (Issue #4)
                  (Summer/Fall 1993)	

                  Contains articles on regional activities: the Solid Waste
                  Network, the Multi-Media Assistance Program, the
                  Circuit Riders, and a meeting between Region 6 tribes
                  and federal representatives. Provides information on the
                  Indian Environmental General Assistance Program Act of
                  1992. Describes IndianNet, a telecommunications net-
                  work for Native American Indians.
                                                20/15/2993
                  Native American Network: A RCRA
                  Information Exchange (Issue #5)
                  (Spring/Summer 1994)	
                  Focuses on the EPA VISTA Alaska Project and its novel
                  approach to solid waste management. Articles cover ille-
                  gal dump sites on the Omaha Indian Reservation, an
                  introduction to the new OSW Director, and HHW.
                                                04/25/2994
                   Native American Network: A RCRA
                   Information Exchange (Issue #6)
                   (Fall/Winter 1994)	

                   Highlights EPA Administrator Carol Browner's speech at
                   the Second National Tribal Conference on Environmental
                   Management. Articles cover the new American Indian
                   Environmental Office and its Director, EPA assistance to
                   the Navajo-Zuni cooperative recycling project, proposed
                   rules for tribal authority over air resources and RCRA
                   Subtitle C authorization for tribes, and the Bethel
                   (Alaska) Recycling Project. Includes informational inserts
                   on the definition of a hazardous waste under RCRA
                   Subtitle C and funding tribal hazardous waste programs.
                                                 12/15/1994
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Native American Network: A RCRA
Information Exchange (Issue #7)
(Winter/Spring 1996)	^^_
Discusses rural Alaska villages from a solid waste per-
spective, the EPA rule delaying the compliance date for
small landfills, the EPA Brownfields program, and the
proposed state and tribal implementation rule. Presents
articles on the first National Tribal Pollution Prevention
Conference, composting efforts of seven eastern tribes,
and the EPA and Morgan State University environmental
ambassadors program. Provides information on where to
look for EPA's regulations. Insert discusses RCRA
Subtitle C and information management.
                               04/25/2996
Native American Network (Issue #8) (Fall
1997)	

Features the White Mountain Apache Tribe's solid waste
management program and their handling of open dump
closure. Includes articles on grants to tribes funded by
OSWER, EPA's Solid Waste Circuit Rider Program, new
flexibility for small MSWLFs, EPA's WasteWise pro-
gram's invitation to tribal governments, and the
Southern Ute Indian Tribe's cosponsoring of a solid
waste roundtable with EPA. Announces the formation of
the Tribal Association on Solid Waste and Emergency
Response and the charter by tribal leaders and EPA of
the Tribal Operations Council. Describes the EPA draft
guidance on site-specific flexibility.
                                09/15/2997
Native American Network (Issue #9)
(Winter 1998)	

Announces the Fourth National Tribal Conference on
Environmental Management, hosted by the Prairie Island
Indian Community of Mdewakanton and Wahpekute
Dakota Sioux on May 19 through 21,1998. Includes a his-
tory of the Prairie Island Indian Community. Provides a
summary of EPA Deputy Administrator Fred Hansen's
speech at the National Congress of American Indians
54th Annual Convention. Announces OSW's new tribal
MSW web site. Contains articles on the awarding of
FY97 MSW grants for Indian Country, solid waste focus
meetings held by the National Tribal Environmental
Council, news from around the EPA regions, summer
courses in Indian Country environmental law offered by
the Vermont Law School, and EPA funding of new
Brownfields pilots in 1998.
                                02/15/1998
Native American Network (Issue #10)
(Spring 1998)	

Reports on the National Tribal Environmental Council's
(NTEC) National Forum to Discuss Impediments to the
Implementation of Waste Programs held February 10-11,
1998. Announces the establishment of Compliance
Assistance Centers offering small business environmen-
tal information. Lists new MSW publications and
resources available. Discusses the upcoming EPA satellite
forum on recycling measurement. Describes the
Nunagpet/Chugachmiut Environmental Protection
Consortium (CEPC), which plans environmental strate-
gies and develops regulations for a region in Alaska.
Discusses the Tribal Association on Solid Waste and
Emergency Response (TASWER). Discusses the State and
Tribal Government Working Group's (STGWP) role in
the cleanup of Department of Energy waste sites.
Announces a new hazardous waste publication series for
hazardous waste generators in specific industries regu-
lated by RCRA.
                                05/15/2998
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         Titles
Native American Network (Issue #11) (Fall
1999)	

Features an article on federal agencies uniting to help
tribes solve solid waste problems. Announces EPA's
response to the National Tribal Environmental Council
Forum's recommendations. Describes the Tribal Solid
Waste Advisory Network (TSWAN), formed by ten tribes
from the Pacific Northwest, to collectively explore innov-
ative waste management. Addresses preparations for the
fifth National Tribal Conference on Environmental
Management, plans to enhance the role of states and
tribes in the Superfund Program, the Native American
Issues Panel held by EPA at the National Department of
Defense Task Force Meeting, the inaugural summer
internship program by the American Indian Science and
Engineering Society and EPA, the development of a
RCRA Subtitle C social siting brochure, the buying recy-
cled satellite forum, and  the CERCLA training session
held at the Haskell Indian Nations University. Includes
new resources.
                                20/15/2999
                    Native American Network (Issue #13) (Fall
                    2000)	

                    Announces a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
                    signed by EPA and 11 other federal agencies to provide
                    additional assistance to tribes for the closure or upgrade
                    of high-threat open dumps. Describes Tribal Open Dump
                    Cleanup Project grants awarded to the Black Feet Nation
                    and Pueblo of Taos. Reports on the efforts of the
                    Shoshone-Bannock Tribes to confront hazardous waste
                    management issues presented by a phosphorous produc-
                    tion facility. Provides an overview of the August  10-11,
                    2000, Tribal Association on Solid Waste and Emergency
                    Response (TASWER) meeting to discuss RCRA in
                    Washington, DC. Announces cooperative agreements to
                    address leaking underground storage tank (UST) sites
                    between the State of New Mexico and the Jicarilla
                    Apache Tribe and the Pueblo of Laguna. Describes the
                    Gila River Indian Community Department of
                    Environmental Quality (DEQ) integrated waste manage-
                    ment approach.
                                                    09/25/2002
Native American Network (Issue #12)
(Spring 2000)	

Highlights the waste management efforts of the
Shoshone-Paiute Tribes' Duck Valley Reservation.
Announces the election of officers by the Tribal
Association on Solid Waste and Emergency Response
Board. Describes several tribes' community outreach pro-
grams on waste management. Discusses the cleanup of
20 illegal dump sites by the Yurok Tribe, the goal-orient-
ed MSW grant projects undertaken by several tribes, the
use of sleds by the Alaskan Native Village of Kipnuk to
solve a solid waste situation, and the successful waste
reduction efforts by  Blue Lake Rancheria and the Grand
Traverse Band of Chippewa Indians. Includes an EPA
Tribal Calendar of Events.
                                04/25/2000
                    New Rule for Wood Preserving Wastes

                    Covers three categories of wastes generated by the wood
                    preserving industry and added to the list of hazardous
                    wastes under RCRA. Finalizes the December 1988 pro-
                    posed rule. Includes management standards for existing
                    and new drip pads used to collect treated wood drippage.
                                                   22/25/2990
                    The New Toxicity Characteristic Rule:
                    Information and Tips for Generators
                    Provides tips on waste minimization practices, along.
                    with contacts for more information. Includes compliance
                    guidelines.
                                                   04/25/2990
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Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening
Survey of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities

Provides insights to TSDRs. There are now fewer active
TSDRs than previously. Industry is dominated by very
large onsite management facilities. The top 50 facilities
manage 90 percent of the hazardous waste quantities.
The dominant category is hazardous waste water with
low pH. Includes individual study results.
(EPA530-SW-88-035)             09/01/1988
Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in
Rats Test Materials: Pvridine; Volume I

Provides test results of rats exposed daily to pyridine.
Tests target organs and possible cumulative effects of
pyridine. Findings used to develop the maximum accept-
able concentrations in leachates emanating from land
disposal units.
(EPA530-SW-88-016A)            12/15/1987
Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in
Rats Test Materials: Pvridine; Volume II

Provides additional data to Volume I including summary
and conclusion.
(EPA530-SW-88-016B)           12/15/1987
*Nonpaper Office Products Containing
Recovered Materials	

Lists manufacturers and suppliers of nonpaper office
products (binders: chipboard, pressboard, and plastic-
covered; office recycling containers and office waste
receptacles; plastic desktop accessories; plastic
envelopes; plastic office products: binders, clipboards,
file folders, clip portfolios, and presentation folders; plas-
tic trash bags; printer ribbons; and toner cartridges) con-
taining recovered materials. Includes company names,
addresses, contact names, phone numbers, and fax num-
bers. Listings are based on information provided by the
manufacturer and do not represent an endorsement by
EPA. This publication is only available on OSW's web
site at .
                               06/15/2002
Office Paper Recycling: An
Implementation Manual	

Provides information to assist federal agencies in plan-
ning, implementing, and promoting a high-grade paper
recovery program. The basic principles outlined should
be useful to anyone planning an office paper recycling
program, including state and local government agencies,
commercial businesses, and other private organizations.
(EBA53G-SW-90-001;             01/15/1990
 No Migration Variances to the Hazardous
 Waste Land Disposal Prohibitions; A
 Guidance Manual for Petitioners; Draft

 Assists hazardous waste management facility owners
 and operators petitioning EPA for a variance from land
 disposal prohibitions at specific sites for specific wastes.
 Addresses the required scope of credible petitions.
 (EPA530-R-92-023)              07/15/1992
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 One-Time Waste Estimated for Capacity
 Assurance Planning: Capacity Planning
 Pursuant to CERCLA Section  104 (c)(9)

 Provides detailed descriptions of the methodologies EPA
 used to develop tonnage estimates representing 20 years
 of offsite shipments to commercial Subtitle C hazardous
 waste management facilities. Discusses the methods for
 calculating wastes associated with the five major sources
 of remediation actions: Superfund removal actions,
 Superfund remedial actions, RCRA corrective actions,
 underground storage tank cleanups, and state and pri-
 vate cleanups. Identifies potential sources of contamina-
 tion, the type of contamination, the probability that the
 waste generated at these sites will be sent off site for
 treatment and disposal, waste tonnages that will likely
 be sent off site, tonnage of treatment residuals generated,
 probability of disposal in Subtitle C landfills, and the dis-
 tribution of waste over the 20-year period for each source
 of remediation.
 (EPA530-R-94-002)              01/15/1995
Open Dump Cleanup Project Helps
Tribes Fight Waste	

Describes the Open Dump Cleanup Project, a multi-
agency commitment to help tribes throughout Indian
Country close open dumps, clean up waste on tribal land,
and develop safe solid waste management practices.
Defines open dumps, presents the scope of the problem,
and provides two success stories.
                               03/15/2003
                    *Park and Recreation Products
                    Containing Recovered Materials	

                    Lists manufacturers and suppliers of parks and recre-
                    ation products (park benches and picnic tables, plastic
                    fencing, playground equipment, and playground sur-
                    faces and running tracks) containing recovered materials.
                    Includes company name, address, contact name, phone
                    number, and fax number. Listings are based on informa-
                    tion provided by the manufacturer and do not represent
                    an endorsement by EPA. This publication is only avail-
                    able on OSW's web site at 
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 Partnerships in Solid Waste Management

 Addresses waste management in Indian Country. This
 fact sheet describes the economic and environmental
 benefits of partnerships: greater economies of scale/ pro-
 tection of human health and the environment reduction
 in capital costs, operational cost savings, job creation,
 and increase in compliance with state and regulatory
 guidelines. Discusses the possible obstacles to imple-
 menting a partnership agreement: potential partners
 with different MSW management goals, multi-jurisdic-
 tional programs that face varying regulations, potential
 inequities existing among neighboring tribes, and con-
 flicts in handling waste across jurisdictions. Provides a
 list of questions to help evaluate partnership. Outlines
 how to begin developing a partnership agreement.
 Includes a case study.
                               12/15/1997
Pay-As-You-Throw: A Fact Sheet for
Environmental and Civic Groups	

Addressed to environmental and civic organizations
defining PAYT programs. Discusses the benefits of and
potential barriers to the programs, and providing sources
for more information.
                               04/15/1997
Pay-As-You-Th row: A Fact Sheet for MSW
Planners	

Addressed to municipal solid waste planners defining
PAYT programs. Discusses the benefits of and potential
barriers to the programs, and providing sources for more
information.
                               04/15/2997
Passing the Torch: Streamlined State
Authorization (Brochure)	
Defines state authorization. Discusses reasons for EPA's
proposal to streamline the authorization process.
Summarizes the streamlining proposals.
                               08/15/1996
Pay-As-You-Throw: A Cooling Effect
on Climate Change	

Describes the PAYT Program. Explains how PAYT helps
reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Addresses the mea-
surement of greenhouse gas emission reductions. Also
available in the kit folder Climate Change and Waste.
Updates the 1999 fact sheet.
                               03/25/2003
Pay-As-You-Throw: A Fact Sheet for
Elected Officials	
Addressed to elected officials defining PAYT programs.
Discusses the benefits of and potential barriers to the
programs, and providing sources for more information.
                              04/15/1997
Pay-As-You-Th row: A Fact Sheet for State
Officials	

Addressed to state officials defining PAYT programs
Discusses the benefits of and potential barriers to PAYT
programs, and providing sources for more information.
                               04/15/2997
Pay-As-You-Throw: A New Trend in
Sustainable Solid Waste Management
(Video)	

Designed for anyone interested in learning more about
PAYT. Module 1 presents a general introduction to PAYT
suitable for community residents. Module 2 provides
solid waste managers with a detailed look at the key
design and operational issues surrounding PAYT.
Includes a public service announcement and a news
magazine excerpt.
                              08/15/1998
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Pay-As-You-Throw:  Lessons Learned
About Unit Pricing	
Examines the advantages and potential barriers to unit
pricing systems. Assists in determining if unit pricing is
appropriate for a community. Explains in step-by-step
detail how to launch a unit pricing program. Reviews
unit pricing options. Describes how to build consensus
and plan a unit pricing program, how to design an inte-
grated unit pricing program, and how to implement and
monitor the program. Includes examples, definitions of
terms, and a bibliography.
                               04/15/1994
Pay-As-You-Throw Products and Tools
Order Form	
Briefly defines the PAYT concept. Describes the various
PAYT products and provides an order form.
                               03/25/2999
Pay-As-You-Throw Success Stories	

Presents first-hand stories from communities that faced
significant MSW challenges (increasing amounts of
waste, rising disposal costs, and uncertain MSW bud-
gets) and used PAYT programs to improve their solid
waste management.  Includes a series of fact sheets
describing successful programs in Poquoson, Virginia;
Dover, New Hampshire; Gainesville, Florida; San Jose,
California; South Kingstown, Rhode Island; Vancouver,
Washington; Mount  Vernon, Iowa; Falmouth, Maine; and
Fort Collins, Colorado.
                                04/25/2997
                   Pay-As-You-Throw Tool Kit
                   Provides a variety of useful products to assist communi-
                   ties consider, design, and implement PAYT programs.
                   Includes tools that will help with specific tasks, like con-
                   ducting a public outreach program or designing a pro-
                   gram's rate structure. Also offers general resources that
                   define and explain the programs. Contains guidebooks, a
                   workbook, software providing a PAYT rates model, and
                   a videotape that presents a comprehensive summary of
                   the central concepts of unit pricing. The Tool Kit is only
                   available from the PAYT Hotline.
                                                  09/15/1996
                   Pay-As-You-Throw Workbook: A
                   Supplement to EPA'S Pay-As-You-Throw
                   Guidebook  (EPA530-R-94-004)	

                   Provides tools to assist in the implementation of a PAYT
                   program. Contains information to help plan a program in
                   detail, convey the results of research in convincing pre-
                   sentations, and develop a strong outreach program.
                   Includes presentation materials (e.g. presentation agenda,
                   survey of attendees, evaluation form, sample script and
                   overhead masters) and public outreach materials (e.g. fact
                   sheets, other outreach strategies, and clip art). Includes
                   worksheets for deciding if a PAYT program is right for
                   your community, planning for PAYT and conducting an
                   outreach program, designing a rate structure, and imple-
                   menting and monitoring the program. Presents articles
                   and news clippings and  an annotated bibliography. The
                   Workbook is only available from the PAYT Hotline.
                                                  09/25/1996
 Pay-As-You-Throw: Throw Away Less and
 Save	
 Addressed to citizens. Defines PAYT programs. Discusses
 the benefits of and potential barriers to the programs,
 and provides sources for more information.
                               04/15/1997
                   Performance Test on a Spray Dryer, Fabric
                   Filter, and Wet Scrubber; Draft Test
                   Report	
                   Reports on a performance test of a TSCA waste incinera-
                   tor in Kansas, April 25 to 27,1989. Part of EPA's OSW
                   efforts to develop regulations to control the emissions of
                   products of incomplete combustion, particulate matter,
                   and toxic metals from hazardous waste incinerators.
                   (EPA530-SW-90-008)            10/15/1989
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Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for
Exposure Information Requirements
Under RCRA, Section 3019	

Provides owners and operators of hazardous waste land-
fills and surface impoundments with guidance for sub-
mitting information on the potential for public exposure
to hazardous wastes.
                              07/03/2985
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for
Hazardous Waste Land Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Final
Draft	
Explains the EPA permitting process, facility standards,
and application information requirements. Intended for
federal permit applicants who operate facilities that treat,
store, or dispose of hazardous waste in surface impound-
ments, waste piles, land treatment units, and landfills.
(EPA530-SW-84-004)            . 05/15/1984
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for
the General Facility Standards of 40 CFR
264	

Assists owners and operators of hazardous waste man-
agement facilities required to submit Part B of permit
applications in exhibiting compliance with the standards
of 40 CFR Part 264.
(EPASW-968)                  10/15/1983
Permit Guidance Manual on Hazardous
Waste Land Treatment Demonstrations

Contains specific laboratory and field test methods that
may be used to complete demonstration. Describes alter-
native technical approaches and permitting procedures.
Includes reconnaissance surveys, laboratory analyses,
mathematical modeling, and field plot studies.
(EPA530-SW-86-032)            07/15/1986
Permit Guidance Manual on Unsaturated
Zone Monitoring for Hazardous Waste
Land Treatment Units	

Provides guidance to permit applicants and writers for
developing unsaturated zone monitoring systems at haz-
ardous waste land treatment units to comply with 40
CFR Part 264, Subpart M Regulations. Covers both soil
core and soil pore-liquid sampling procedures, chain of
custody considerations, and data evaluation.
(EPA530-S W-86-040)            10/15/1986
Permit Process Steps: For Interim Status
Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
and for New Hazardous Waste
Combustion Facilities	

Presents the proposed requirements from the RCRA
Expanded Public Participation and Revisions to
Combustion Permitting Procedures. Includes preapplica-
tion meeting, submissions of Part A and Part B permit
applications, application notice, review of application,
information repository, trial burn notice, trial burn, trial
burn analysis and review, preparation of draft permit
determination, public comment on draft permit determi-
nation, permit determination, permit appeal, and judicial
appeal for interim status hazardous waste combustion
facilities. Comprises preapplication meeting, submission
of Parts A and B permit applications, application notice,
review of application, information repository, preparation
of draft permit determination, public comment on draft
permit determination, four-phase permit, permit appeal,
judicial appeal, startup and shakedown period {Phase
One), trial burn notice, trial burn (Phase Two), post trial
burn (Phase Three), and final operating conditions (Phase
Four) for new hazardous waste combustion facilities.
                              11/15/2994
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Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for
Hazardous Waste Land Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities;  Phase 1:
Criteria for Location Acceptability and
Existing Applicable Regulations	
Defines acceptable locations for hazardous waste facili-
ties. Cites applicable regulations and statutes in evaluat-
ing acceptable locations. Presents summary of EPA
efforts to ensure both the proper site analysis and the
safe location of such facilities.
(EPA530-SW-85-024)            02/15/1985
                  Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
                  Ground-Water Protection Standard	

                  Describes proposed groundwater permitting require-
                  ments of owners and operators of hazardous waste man-
                  agement facilities. Summarizes comments and EPA's
                  responses, providing regulatory rationale. Discusses
                  groundwater protection strategy, facility design require-
                  ments, containment strategies, and specific ambient
                  health and environmental standards.
                                                 07/31/1981
Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for
Hazardous Waste Tank Standards	

Assists permit reviewers in evaluation of design stan-
dards of hazardous waste tanks, piping, controls, and
ancillaries in hazardous waste tanks. Only to be used
with a reference library of standards, codes, handbooks
and data surveys.
(EPA530-SW-89-003)            07/15/1986
 Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators

 Explains incineration as a means to dispose of hazardous
 waste. Includes performance standards for incinerators
 and steps for the permitting process.
                              04/15/1988
 Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
 Ground-Water and Air Emission
 Monitoring	

 Describes permitting requirements of owners and opera-
 tors of hazardous waste management facilities. Supports
 rulemaking for the permitting of land disposal facilities
 concerning ground-water and air emission monitoring.
 Contains summaries of comments made regarding pro-
 posed rules and EPA's responses.
                               07/31/1981
                  Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
                  Information Requirements for Permitting
                  Discharges; General Standards Applicable
                  to Owners and Operators of Hazardous
                  Waste TSDFs	
                  Discusses information required of owners and operators
                  of land disposal facilities seeking permits. Cites the need
                  for an adequate amount of information to perform a real-
                  istic evaluation of the facility's potential to cause adverse
                  effects to human health and environment. Proper siting,
                  design, and treatment will reduce information and
                  demonstration requirements.
                                                 07/31/1981
                   Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
                   Land Treatment	

                   Describes land treatment permitting requirements of
                   owners and operators of hazardous waste management
                   facilities. Contains comments on the proposed regula-
                   tions with rationale for final regulations. Includes issues
                   such as surface water run on and runoff, soil and soil-
                   pure monitoring, and closure and postclosure.
                                                 07/31/1981
                   Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
                   Landfills	

                   Presents the re-proposal of proposed rule and proposed
                   amendments to 40 CFR Parts 260, 264, and 122. The need
                   for regulation is based on the potential for environmental
                   damage and actual damage incidents.
                                                 07/31/1981
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Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Overview; Background Document	

Describes the permitting requirements of owners and
operators of hazardous waste management facilities.
Provides analysis of standards, comment on summaries,
and EPA's rationale for regulations.
                               07/31/1981
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Performance Standards for Land Disposal
Facilities	

Describes the performance permitting requirements of
owners and operators of hazardous waste management
facilities. Proposes standards applicable to land disposal
facilities under Subpart B—General Facility Standards.
Proposes standards applicable to land disposal facilities
handling specific wastes or waste types under Subpart
T—Minimum Acceptable Treatment of Hazardous
Wastes Prior to Disposal.
                               07/31/1981
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Surface Impoundments	

Describes proposed surface impoundment permitting
requirements of owners and operators of hazardous
waste management facilities.
                               07/31/1981
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Underground Injection; Background
Document	

Describes permitting requirements of owners and opera-
tors of hazardous waste management facilities. Proposes
standards for underground injection and underground
seepage land disposal facilities. Discusses implications
for Underground Injection Control Program established
under the authority of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
                              07/31/1981
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Waste Piles _
Describes proposed waste pile permitting requirements
of owners and operators of hazardous waste manage-
ment facilities.
                               07/32/1982
Petitions to Delist Hazardous Wastes; A
Guidance Manual; Second Edition _

Provides guidance for submitting a credible and com-
plete petition to delist a specific waste from the haz-
ardous waste listing in 40 CFR Part 261. Contains infor-
mation to assist interested individuals in determining
whether to1 submit a petition and presents a stepwise
approach to compiling a delisting petition.
(EPA530-R-93-007)              03/15/1993
Petroleum Refining  Process Waste Listing
Determination: Additional Groundwater
Pathway Risk Analyses; Supplemental
Background Document	

Describes groundwater pathway analyses performed to
support the petroleum refining listing determination.
Provides a general background, additional analyses,
waste streams and management scenarios, and method-
ology. Presents revised two-parameter sensitivity analy-
ses, two-parameter sensitivity to exposure duration,
revised Monte Carlo analyses, the results of the revised
1998 analyses, and a comparison of revised analysis
results to the 1997 results. Appendices include sensitivity
analyses, exposure duration sensitivity, deterministic
dilution attenuation factors, and Monte Carlo receptor
well concentrations.
(EPA 530-R-99-033)             06/15/1998
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Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
Determination Notice of Data Availability
(NODA) Response to Comment Document
(Complete Set)	.
Responds to public comments relevant to several FR
notices announcing data availability relating to the pro-
posed listing determination for petroleum refining
process wastes.
(EPA 530-R-99-029)             06/15/1998
                  Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
                  Determination Proposed Rule Response
                  to Comment Document (Complete Set)

                  Responds to public comments received on EPA's propos-
                  al to add several petroleum refining process wastes to
                  the RCRA list of regulated hazardous wastes and not to
                  list other petroleum refining operations wastes.
                  (EPA 530-R-99-030)             06/15/1998
Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
Determination Notice of Data Availability
(NODA)  Response to  Comment
Document; Part I	

Responds to general public comments. Provides EPA's
response to public comments on groundwater pathway
risk analysis. Addresses revised high end analysis,
Monte Carlo analysis, co-disposal, capping waste analy-
sis results at toxicity characteristic levels, waste-specific
comments, and other groundwater modeling issues.
Discusses the non-groundwater pathway risk analysis,
including eliminating wastes managed as hazardous,
model modifications regarding release and transport of
soil to off-site receptors. Examines public comments on
analyses regarding leaching of oily waste and the poten-
tial for additive risks from multiple sources.
(EPA 530-R-99-029a)             06/15/1998
                  Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
                  Determination Proposed Rule Response
                  to Comment Document;  Part I	

                  Responds to general public comments on EPA's proposal
                  not to list eleven residuals of petroleum refining process
                  operations. Addresses hazardous oil-bearing residuals
                  returned to refinery processes.
                  (EPA 530-R-99-030a)            06/15/1998
                  Petroleum Refining Process Waste  Listing
                  Determination Proposed Rule Response
                  to Comment Document; Part II	
                  Responds to public comments relevant to health and risk
                  assessment issues.
                  (EPA 530-R-99-030b)            06/15/1998
Petroleum  Refining  Process Waste Listing
Determination Notice of Data Availability
(NODA) Response to Comment
Document; Part II	

Responds to public comments concerning clarifications
and corrections related to headworks exemption and
jurisdictional explanation of off-specification product and
fines from thermal processes used as product. Discusses
revised treatment standards for spent catalysts from
hydrotreating (K171) and hydrorefining (K172) under the
LDR program. Addresses conditional listings, individual
versus population risk,  an assessment of waste manage-
ment practices, the boilers and industrial furnaces rule
exemption, and implications of listing catalysts.
(EPA 530-R-99-029b)            06/15/1998
                  Petroleum  Refining  Process Waste Listing
                  Determination Proposed Rule Response
                  to Comment Document; Part III	

                  Responds to public comments relating to residual-specific
                  issues: crude oil sediment, clarified slurry oil sediment, cat-
                  alyst from hydrotreating and hydrorefining, catalyst from
                  sulfuric acid alkylation, spent caustic from liquid treating,
                  off-specification product and fines from thermal processes,
                  catalyst and fines from catalytic cracking, sludge from
                  hydrogen fluoride alkylation, sludge from sulfur complex
                  and hydrogen sulfide removal facilities, catalyst from sul-
                  fur complex and hydrogen sulfide removal facilities,
                  unleaded gasoline tank sediment, catalyst from reforming,
                  and sludge from sulfuric acid alkylation.
                  (EPA 530-R-99-030c)              06/15/1998
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Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
Determination  Proposed Rule Response
to Comment Document; Part IV	

Responds to public comments relating to options for con-
ditional exemptions, idled units, third party regeneration
of spent catalysts, headworks exemption, waste mini-
mization, LDR, LDR capacity determinations, environ-
mental justice, CERCLA designation, economic analysis,
and miscellaneous topics.
(EPA 530-R-99-030d)             06/15/1998
Pick Up Savings: Adjusting Hauling
Services while Reducing Waste
(WasteWise Tip Sheet)	

Outlines a procedure which companies can use to
review their current hauling service to implement solu-
tions that reduce waste and cost. Includes two examples
of companies that reduced their hauling costs through
similar programs.
                               11/15/1996
Pilot-Scale  ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber
Parametric Tests for Particulate,  Metals,
and HCL Emissions; John Zink Company
Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
Test Report	
Presents the results of a testing program to control emis-
sions of particulate matter, toxic metals and hydrochloric
acid from hazardous waste incinerators. Toxic metals
examined include arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead,
and mercury.
(EPA530-SW-90-009)             06/15/1989
Planet Protectors Club Kit
Supplements EPA's Quest for Less classroom curriculum
with challenging activity booklets, educational games,
and mysterious stories on the Internet at 
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Planning for Disaster Debris	

Describes steps a community can take to prepare for man-
aging the waste created by natural disasters and to speed
recovery after such disasters. Discusses ways communities
can reduce the burden on their MSW management sys-
tems in the event of a natural disaster. Provides informa-
tion on the volume of debris generated by hurricanes,
earthquakes, tornados, floods, and fires. Presents federal,
state, and local resources available to help. Offers several
case studies. Includes sources for more information.
                              12/15/1995
                   Pollution Prevention Solutions During
                   Permitting, Inspection, and Enforcement

                   Summarizes approaches developed by environmental
                   agencies and companies working together to incorporate
                   cost-effective pollution prevention solutions into permit-
                   ting, inspection, and enforcement. Defines pollution pre-
                   vention. Provides examples of strategies designed to
                   reduce the amount of pollution generated, reduce the
                   cost of environmental controls, and meet or exceed envi-
                   ronmental standards. Covers air, water, and RCRA pro-
                   grams. Includes a list of pollution prevention resources.
                                                 12/15/1998
Plans, Recordkeeping, Variances, and
Demonstrations for Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities; A Guidance Manual	
Assists EPA's regional offices in interpreting selected
requirements of the Interim Status Standards for facilities
managing hazardous waste. Interim Status Standards
have been designed to be met without substantial inter-
pretation by or negotiation with EPA.
(EPA SW-921)                   01/01/1981
                   Postclosure Liability Trust Fund
                   Simulation Model; Volume I: Model
                   Overview and Results; Volume II: Graphs
                   and Tables of Model Results; Volume III:
                   Model  Description	
                   Describes the use of the model in five simulations and
                   provides  analysis of revenue requirements under alterna-
                   tive fund coverage policies. Technical details given on
                   various aspects of model.
                                                 05/01/1985
*Plug-ln To eCycling
This brochure describes EPA's campaign to encourage
the reuse and recycling of electronic products (e.g., com-
puters, monitors, televisions, and cell phones). Only
available on the Internet at .
                              01/15/2003
 * Plug-In To eCycling Event Tool Kit

Provides a guide for planning recycling collection events
for consumer electronics. Covers first steps in planning
the event, tasks to complete before the event, day of the
event, and post-event tasks. Only available on the
Internet at .
                              03/25/2003
                   Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis
                   of Lead and Cadmium in Products in
                   Municipal Solid Waste	
                   Identifies lead- and cadmium-containing products that
                   are disposed of in MSW, and provides information
                   regarding potential substitutes for these metals in vari-
                   ous applications.
                   (EPA530-R-92-010)              04/15/1992
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Preparing No-Migration Demonstrations
for Municipal Solid Waste Disposal
Facilities: A Screening Tool	

Assists owners and operators of MSW landfills by rapid-
ly, if tentatively, determining their likelihood of prepar-
ing a successful No-Migration Demonstration (NMD)
under the groundwater exemptions in 40 CFR Part
258.50(b). Discusses the three-step process: 1) making an
early determination of eligibility; 2) estimating and ana-
lyzing the cost of an NMD; 3) and following cost-effec-
tive methods of preparing the NMD.
                              02/15/1999
Preparing Successful Grant Proposals

Addresses waste management in Indian Country.
Describes EPA's recommended process for developing
grant proposals or applying for funding for solid waste
management activities. Discusses the proposal summary,
title, background, problem statement, goals, activities,
methodology for measuring success, timeline, sustain-
ability, and budget detail. Provides an example of a suc-
cessful grant proposal.
                              12/15/1997
Procedural Guidance for Reviewing
Exposure Information  Under RCRA,
Section 3019	
Assists permit writers in the evaluation of exposure infor-
mation. Outlines steps in referring sites to EPA for Toxic
Substances and Disease Registry health evaluations.
Includes integration of review  into existing activities.
                              09/26/1986
Procedures for Modeling Flow Through
Clay Liners to Determine Required  Liner
Thickness
Includes technical procedures for determining adequate
thicknesses of single soil liners. Includes a performance
simulation model based on numerical techniques.
(EPA530-SW-84-001)            04/15/1984
Proceedings of the Eighth National United
States Environmental Protection Agency
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Management, November 6-10,
1993, Burlington, Vermont	

Contains opening plenary session and workshop materi-
als from the conference. Workshop topics include instruc-
tions for collection day program beginners, paint reuse
and recycling programs, education, heavy metals, fund-
ing issues for permanent programs, containers and spe-
cial wastes, developing programs for CESQGs, clean and
green building and repair, toxicity reduction and chang-
ing consumer attitudes, and waste-water pollution pre-
vention HHW programs. Appendices include the final
agenda, a final list of speakers and their biographical
sketches, a list of attendees, poster session participants, a
national listing of HHW programs, HHW management
state contacts, permanent HHW program managers, and
collection program contractors.
(EPA530-R-94-022)              11/06/1993
Proceedings of the Fifth National
Conference on Household  Hazardous
Waste Management, November 5-7,
1990f San Francisco, California	
Compiles addresses, documents, and related publications
pertaining to the fifth annual HHW Management
Conference. Covers topics on pesticides, source reduc-
tion, paint, heavy metals, waste water, and indoor air
pollution. Contains reprints of submitted speeches.
(EPA530-SW-91-059)            03/15/1991
Proceedings of the First International
Symposium on Oil and Gas E&P Waste
Management Practices, September 10-13,
1990, New Orleans, Louisiana	
Contains the proceedings of the First International
Symposium on Oil and Gas E&P Wastes Management
Practices. Symposium was cosponsored by EPA, the U.S.
Department of the Interior, the U.S. Department of Energy,
and various interested associations and commissions.
(EPA530-SW-91-030)            09/13/1990
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Proceedings of the Fourth National
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Management	
Presents proceedings concerned with the reduction and
safe management of everyday waste. Emphasizes toxici-
ty reduction and recycling, used oil and lead-acid batter-
ies, education programs/ and expanding and improving
existing collection programs.
(EPA530-SW-89-042D)           02/15/1990
Proceedings of the Seventh National
United States Environmental  Protection
Agency Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management,
December 8-12, 1992, Minneapolis,
Minnesota	
Contains the opening plenary session and workshop
materials from the conference. Workshop topics include
paint, batteries, fluorescent lamps, pesticides, and used
oil, as well as "how-to's," education, collection, source
reduction, and CESQGs.
(EPA530-R-93-008)              01/15/1993
                   Proceedings of the Workshop on
                   Extended Product Responsibility, October
                   21-22,  1996, The White House Conference
                   Center	

                   Presents the proceedings of the workshop on extended
                   product responsibility, cosponsored by the President's
                   Council on Sustainable Development and EPA. Provides
                   introductory presentations on the concept of extended
                   product responsibility. Contains case studies from 11
                   companies on how they are implementing extended
                   product responsibility to reduce the life cycle environ-
                   mental impacts of their products. Addresses models and
                   strategies for extended product responsibility, barriers to
                   the implementation of it, outreach strategies for it, and
                   next steps that the President's Council and others should
                   take to promote wider implementation of extended prod-
                   uct responsibility. Includes a bibliography and appen-
                   dices with the agenda, list of participants, the text of the
                   presentation on extended product responsibility (its ori-
                   gins and evolution of the President's Council's approach
                   to shared responsibility), overheads for the workshop
                   presentation on drivers and obstacles to implementation
                   of extended product responsibility, case studies, and the
                   membership lists of the President's Council's new nation-
                   al opportunities task force and the President's Council
                   working group on extended product responsibility.
                                                 02/25/1997
Proceedings of the Sixth National United
States Environmental Protection Agency
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Management, Seattle,
Washington, December 3-7,  1991	
Contains the opening plenary session and workshop
materials of the conference. Workshop issues include
used oil, farm pesticides collection programs, cleaning
products, automotive products, household and commu-
nity pesticides, fluorescent lights, paint, household bat-
teries, indoor air, and public education.
(EPA53Q-R-92-016)              03/15/1992
                   El  Proceso de Permisos para Instalaciones
                   de Residues Peligrosos (Spanish
                   Translation of The Hazardous Waste
                   Facility Permitting Process)	

                   Define residues peligrosos e instalaciones de manejo de
                   residues peligrosos en terminos nontecnicos. Lista leyes
                   y regulaciones que goviernan instalaciones para el
                   tratamiento, almacenaje, y desecho de residues peli-
                   grosos. Ademas describe los requisites para el permiso
                   de estas instalaciones, pasas para el proceso del permiso,
                   y la participacion publica.
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Program Evaluation Program Area
Analysis; Final Report  	

Addresses the results of the program evaluation program
area analysis for the WIN/INFORMED initiative. Covers
information needs and process improvements associated
with planning, grants, and evaluation activities within
the hazardous waste management program. Describes
the process used to gather information for the report.
Provides key findings and recommendations, stability
analysis, and future directions. Appendices include a rec-
ommended data element list, a list of acronyms, and the
WIN/INFORMED Executive Steering Committee's posi-
tion on the program evaluation recommendations.
                             07/15/1999
Prohibition on the Disposal of Bulk Liquid
Hazardous Waste in Landfills; Statutory
Interpretive Guidance	
Provides guidance to owners and operators of hazardous
waste landfills who dispose of bulk liquid hazardous
wastes. Addresses Section 3004(c)(l) of RCRA, explain-
ing its legal and technical requirements.
(EPA530-SW-86-016)            06/11/1986
Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
Fiscal Impacts of EPA's Strawman II on
State Mine Waste Management Programs
(Complete Set)	
Reports on the projected regulatory, programmatic, and
fiscal impacts of EPA's Strawman II on state mine waste
management programs. Three volumes.
(EPA530-R-92-008)             12/21/1991
 Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
 Fiscal Impacts of EPA's Strawman II on
 State Mine Waste Management
 Programs; Volume I: Summary Report
 Provides preliminary assessment of the effects that EPA's
 Strawman II draft regulatory approach for mining waste
 would have on existing state programs for environmen-
 tal control and management of mining waste.
 (EPA530-R-92-008U)             12/21/1991
Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
Fiscal Impacts of EPA's Strawman II on
State Mine Waste Management
Programs; Volume II: State Reports of
Western Governors' Association Mine
Waste Task Force States	
Reports on the impacts of EPA's Strawman II report from
the participating states of the Western Governors'
Association Mine Waste Task Force.
(EPA530-R-92-008b)             12/21/1991
Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
Fiscal  Impacts of EPA's Strawman II on
State  Mine Waste Management
Programs; Volume III: Appendix: State
Report	
Reports on the impacts of EPA's Strawman II report from
the Interstate Mining Compact Commission, Interstate
Coalition on Mine Waste.
(EPA530-R-92-008c)             12/21/1991
Promoting Source Reduction and
Recyclability in the Marketplace	

Relates the effectiveness of consumer-oriented education
programs promoting source reduction and recyclability
in the marketplace. Aims to assist solid waste officials,
consumer interest groups, manufacturers, and marketing
consultants charged with developing strategies to reduce
MSW. Describes campaigns and research and outlines
some general principles contributing to successful con-
sumer-oriented programs.
(EPA530-SW-89-066)            09/15/1989
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 Proposed Additions to Standards for
 Hazardous Waste Incineration (40 CFR
 264.342 and 264.343); Standards
 Applicable to Owners and Operators of
 Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
 and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
 Subtitle C,  Section 3004	
 Provides the support and background information for
 regulations issued under Section 3004 of RCRA, regard-
 ing proposed additions to standards for hazardous waste
 incineration.
                               12/15/1980
                   Publications on Mining Waste
                   Management in Indian Country	

                   Provides descriptions of EPA publications designed to
                   assist tribal leaders, environmental personnel, and the
                   general public with mining and mineral processing
                   issues. Includes publications relating to mining waste
                   management and engineering practices. Listed publica-
                   tions discuss environmental impacts from mining opera-
                   tions, mining source reduction and recycling opportuni-
                   ties, and innovative techniques for waste management.
                   Includes ordering information and Internet address
                   when available.
                                                 07/25/2999
Los Protectores del Planeta Generan
Menos Desechos desde un Principio: Una
Historia sobre la Reutilizacion en la Tierra
(Spanish Translation of Planet Protectors
Create Less Waste in the First Place: A
Story about Reuse on Earth)	
Proporciona respuestas a la pregunta: "que en la tierra
puede usted hacer con un viejo tarro de la jalea?" Da las
extremidades para guardar un viejo tarro fuera de la
basura y darle nueva vida. Los cuadros pueden ser col-
oreados. Incluido en los protectores del planeta aporree
el kit.
                              08/15/2000
Protocol for Evaluating Interim Status
Closure/Postclosure Plans	

Provides the format for evaluating the quality of interim
status closure and postclosure plans approved by states
and EPA regions. Checklist and guidance provided can
be valuable to EPA and state agency staff responsible for
reviewing closure and postclosure plans.
                              08/15/1986
                   Publications on Solid Waste Management
                   in Indian Country	

                   Lists by topic EPA, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Native
                   American organization publications designed to assist
                   tribal leaders, environmental personnel, and the general
                   public in developing, expanding, and implementing inte-
                   grated solid waste management programs. Includes a
                   brief overview of effective waste management elements.
                                                 08/15/1998
                   Puzzled About Recycling's Value? Look
                   Beyond the Bin	

                   Discusses the financial, environmental, and social bene-
                   fits of recycling. Addresses cost savings, economic devel-
                   opment, recycling industries, and recyclables as com-
                   modities. Examines pollution reduction, mitigation of
                   global climate change, and protection of biodiversity.
                   Concludes that recycling boosts the economy, conserves
                   natural resources, and reduces solid waste.
                                                02/25/299S
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Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and Acid-
Generating Wastes Generated by the
Mining and Beneficiating Industries, and
the Potentials for Contaminant Release
Documents the initial phases of human exposure and
ecological impact assessment of mining and beneficiation
wastes bearing cyanides or generating acids. Data
regarding waste quantities, with limited information on
cyanide concentrations and the potential for acid forma-
tion of wastes, are extracted and summarized.
(EPA530-SW-86-Q25)             06/27/1986
*Quest for Less: Activities and  Resources
for Teaching K-6	

A solid waste curriculum for educators with a multidisci-
plinary focus that includes math, science, art, social stud-
ies, language arts, and health. It encourages students to
use skills ranging from reading and writing to problem-
solving and analytical thinking. Provides hands-on
lessons and activities, enrichment ideas, journal writing
assignments, and other educational tools related to pre-
venting and reducing trash. Each chapter includes one or
more fact sheets providing background information on
each topic. In addition, each chapter includes an index
showing the grade ranges, subject areas, and skills used
for each activity to help teachers selects th appropriate
activities. This publication is available primarily on
OSW's web site at .
                               01/15/2001
Questions and Answers About Full Cost
Accounting	
Features questions and answers discussed during a satel-
lite forum on FCA. Defines FCA and explains how to get
started using FCA. Discusses the implementation of FCA
and its benefits. Addresses rate-setting, recycling, and
privatization, in relation to FCA. Discusses the cost of
FCA. Includes resources.
                              02/15/1998
Questions and Answers Regarding the
July 14, 1986, Hazardous Waste Tank
System Regulatory Amendments   	
Answers questions concerning compliance or implemen-
tation of Subpart J requirements. Topics include the
applicability of requirements, integrity assessments,
design and operation requirements, secondary contain-
ment, and closure and postclosure care.
                               10/02/1987
Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity Study; Final
Report; Compound: Isobutyl Alcohol
Evaluates the toxicity of isobutyl alcohol in a rat sub-
chronic toxicity study. Reveals that oral administration of
the compound produces treatment-related effects at a
dose level of 1,000 mg per kg per day, which produces
hypoactivity and lowered weight gain in males.
(EPA530-SW-88-015)             07/30/1985
Rate Structure Design: Setting Rates for a
Pay-As-You-Throw Program	

Provides community planners and officials with an
overview of two basic methods for setting rates within a
PAYT program. Introduces and explains both conceptual
and practical considerations for setting PAYT rates. Does
not provide a formula or recipe for rate setting but,
instead, discusses the key steps and points to consider
when developing a rate structure that can best support a
community's goals. Includes case studies and a glossary.
                               01/15/1999
RCRA Cleanup Reforms: Faster,  Focused,
More Flexible Cleanups	
Describes RCRA cleanup reforms, a set of administrative
reforms to the RCRA corrective action program. Explains
why EPA is doing the RCRA cleanup reforms. Addresses
how success of the reforms will be measured and how
EPA will involve stakeholders in the reforms.
                               07/15/1999
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RCRA Cleanup Reforms: Reforms II:
Fostering Creative Solutions	

Contains EPA's second set of administrative reforms to
accelerate the cleanup of hazardous waste facilities regu-
lated under RCRA. Explains the necessity for the refor-
mation of the RCRA Corrective Action Program.
Describes what the four goals of the RCRA Cleanup
reforms for 2001 are, pilot innovative approaches; accel-
erate changes in culture; connect communities to
cleanups; and capitalize on redevelopment potential. In
addition, explains how results will be measured and how
stakeholders will be involved. Provides sources for addi-
tional information,
                                01/15/2001
RCRA Corrective Action Interim Measures
Guidance; Interim Final	
Provides the technical framework for the development of
Corrective Action Orders and corrective action permit
requirements. Assists regions and states in performing
corrective action interim measures to mitigate or remove
an exposure threat presented by releases.
                                06/15/1988
RCRA Corrective Action News: A Record
of Success (Fa 11 1999)	
Announces EPA's RCRA cleanup reforms. Describes this
flexible new approach to meeting national cleanup goals.
Defines brownfields and details the Agency's effort to
address RCRA issues at brownfield sites. Summarizes the
projects of the winners of the 1999 RCRA Corrective
Action Awards. Provides highlights of the 1999 RCRA
National Meeting. Reports on a corrective action work-
shop on results-based project management.
                               11/15/1999
                   RCRA Corrective Action  News: A Record
                   of Success (Spring 2000)

                   Updates information on EPA's RCRA cleanup reforms
                   and announces availability of guidance documents.
                   Describes brownfields pilot projects launched by several
                   regions and states. Summarizes the projects of the win-
                   ners of the 2000 RCRA Corrective Action Awards.
                   Provides highlights of the RCRA Corrective Action
                   Workshop.
                                                  05/25/2000
                   RCRA Corrective Action  News: A Record
                   of Success (Fall 20QQ) _

                   Details the success of the RCRA Brownfields Pilots.
                   Discusses additional RCRA Corrective Action Reforms
                   that are planned. Reports on the permeable reactive bar-
                   riers treatment of a contaminant plume at a coast guard
                   facility. Offers a RCRA Cleanup Reforms guidance
                   update. Contains a report on the University of
                   Delaware's demonstration of non-aqueous phase liquid
                   migration. Outlines the update to the Corrective Action
                   web site and Region 3's Facility-Lead Program. Discusses
                   the 2000 National RCRA Program meeting and
                   Environmental Indicators Forum.
                                                  09/25/2000
                   RCRA Corrective Action Plan; Final	
                   Assists regions and states in establishing corrective
                   action programs. Provides technical framework for the
                   development of Corrective Action Orders and corrective
                   action permit requirements.
                                                  05/32/1994
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RCRA en Foco: Imprenta (Spanish
Translation of RCRA in Focus: Printing)

Este folleto tiene por objeto dar una perspectiva de las
reglamentos federales que la industria tipografica esta
requirida a seguir y los residues de la industria tipografi-
ca que se consideran peligrosos. Responde a preguntas
frequentes acerca de la RCRA. Presenta el ciclo de vida
de un residue de imprenta tipico. Describe posibles
metodos federales de eliminacion, tratamiento, y reciclaje
para la prevencion de contaminacion. Trata otras leyes
ambientales que afectan a la industria tipopgrafica.
Contiene una tabla de requisites reglamentarios federales
de la RCRA y una lista de contactos y recursos para
pedir mayor informacion.
                               15/01/1998
RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de
Vehiculos (Spanish Translation of
RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance)

Este folleto tiene por objeto dar una perspectiva de las
reglamentos federales que la industria de mantenimiento
de vehiculos esta requirida a seguir y los residues de la
industria de mantenimiento de vehiculos que se consid-
eran peligrosos. Responde a preguntas frequentes acerca
de la RCRA. Presenta el ciclo de vida de un residue de
mantenimiento de vehiculos tipico. Describe posibles
metodos federales de eliminacion, tratamiento, y reciclaje
para la prevencion de contaminacion. Trata otras leyes
ambientales que afectan a la industria de mantenimiento
de vehiculos. Contiene una tabla de requisites reglamen-
tarios federales de la RCRA y una lista de contactos y
recursos para pedir mayor informacion.
                               15/12/2002
RCRA Expanded Public Participation Rule
(Brochure)	

Describes EPA's expanded public participation rule to
empower communities to become more actively involved
in local hazardous waste management by involving the
public earlier in the permitting process, providing more
opportunities for public participation, expanding public
access to information, and offering guidance on how
facilities can improve public participation. Also avail-
able in Spanish.
                               02/15/1996
RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance	

Provides guidance to OSW in conducting RCRA facility
assessments. Replaces the August 1985 draft guidance
with revisions made to reflect developments in the
implementation of the RCRA corrective action program.
Also clarifies the definition of an SWMU.
(EPA530-SW-86-053)             10/09/1986
RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI)
Guidance; Interim Final; Volume I:
Development of an RFI Work Plan and
General Considerations for RCRA Facility
Investigations; Volume II: Soil,
Groundwater, and  Subsurface Gas
Releases; Volume III: Air and Surface
Water Releases; Volume IV: Case Study
Examples	
Provides guidance to regulatory agency personnel on
overseeing owners or operators of hazardous waste man-
agement facilities conducting the second phase of the
RCRA Corrective Action Program, a RCRA Facility
Investigation. The purpose of such an investigation is to
obtain information to fully characterize nature, extent,
and rate of migration of release of hazardous waste or
constituents. A RCRA Facility Investigation also is con-
ducted to interpret information and determine whether
corrective measures might be necessary. Four volumes.
(EPA530-SW-89-031)             05/15/1989
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RCRA Final Authorization Guidance
Manual	

Establishes a process and schedule for final authorization
of state hazardous waste programs. Provides early
review steps for state statutes, allowing time for neces-
sary program changes.
(EPA SW-862)                  06/10/1983
RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring
Compliance Order Guidance	

Guides state and regional enforcement officials in devel-
oping administrative orders to address RCRA grourtdwa-
ter monitoring violations at interim status land disposal
facilities. Promotes the development of orders that cor-
rect interim status violations in a manner consistent with
the permitting process.
                              08/01/1985
                   RCRA Guidance Document: Landfill
                   Design,  Liner Systems,  and Final Cover;
                   Draft	

                   Presents landfill design specifications that comply with
                   pertinent regulations aimed at eliminating the escape of
                   leachate from landfills. Requires landfills to come as close
                   to total containment as possible during the operating life
                   of a facility. After closure, leachate formation and escape
                   is minimized as best achieved by current technology.
                                                07/02/1952
                   RCRA Guidance Document: Surface
                   Impoundments, Liner Systems, Final
                   Cover, and Free Board Control; Draft
                   Provides technical guidance for surface impoundment
                   liner systems, final cover, and freeboard control.
                                                 11/15/1986
RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring: Draft
Technical Guidance	

Provides technical guidance for implementing the
groundwater monitoring regulations for regulated units
contained in 40 CFR Part 264 Subpart F and the permit-
ting standards of 40 CFR Part 270. Also provides guid-
ance to owners and operators of TSDFs that are required
to comply with other subparts of 40 CFR Part 264.
(EPA530-R-93-001)              11/15/1992
RCRA Guidance Document: Land
Treatment	

Presents land treatment design and operating specifica-
tions that comply with appropriate sections of regula-
tions. Topics include treatment demonstration require-
ments, design and operating requirements, unsaturated
zone monitoring requirements, and closure and postclo-
sure requirements.
                              10/06/1982
                   RCRA Guidance  Manual for Subpart G
                   Closure and Postclosure Care Standards
                   and Subpart H Cost Estimating
                   Requirements	.
                   Assists regions and states with implementation of clo-
                   sure and postclosure care and cost estimate regulations.
                   Helps owners and operators prepare plans and cost esti-
                   mates to satisfy regulations. Discusses site-specific fac-
                   tors that might affect closure and postclosure care activi-
                   ties and provides closure and postclosure checklists to
                   assist in preparing and reviewing plans.
                   (EPA530-S W-87-010)            01/15/1987
                   *RCRA Hazardous Waste Delisting:
                   The First TWenty Years	

                   Documents an evaluation of the outcomes and impacts
                   of the hazardous waste delisting program, conducted by
                   EPA under RCRA. Describes the rationale for conducting
                   a program evaluation, the results and out-comes of the
                   delisting program, and other findings and issues raised
                   in this evaluation. Only available on the Internet at
                   
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RCRA Hazardous Waste: Information
Management Executive Summary _
Introduces RCRIS and the BRS with attention to the
questions of reporting facilities. Covers types of informa-
tion supplied and program support.
                                02/15/2992
RCRA Helps Turn Brownfields Green

Describes the RCRA program. Defines brownfields and
explains the relationship between RCRA and brown-
fields. Contains success stories. Includes remarks from
EPA Assistant Administrator Tim Fields.
                                22/15/1999
RCRA Implementation Study Update: The
Definition of Solid Waste	
Reexamines the EPA definition of solid waste in an
attempt to clarify EPA's RCRA mandate. Explores
resource recovery, recycling regulations, and implementa-
tion issues, and presents a plan for change. Summarizes
meetings held to solicit industry, interest-group, and
other government-branch input on the definition of solid
waste and hazardous waste recycling regulations.
                                07/15/2992
RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning	

Provides an overview of the federal regulations members
of the dry cleaning industry are required to follow and
the dry cleaning industry wastes that are likely to be haz-
ardous. Answers frequently asked questions about
RCRA. Presents the life cycle of a typical dry cleaning
waste. Addresses federal recycling and pollution preven-
tion options for the dry cleaning industry. Discusses other
environmental laws affecting the dry cleaning industry.
Contains a table of federal RCRA regulatory requirements
for dry cleaners. Includes a list of contacts and other
sources of information. Also available in Korean
                                06/15/2999
RCRA in Focus: Leather Manufacturing

Provides an overview of the federal regulations members
of the leather manufacturing industry are required to fol-
low and the leather manufacturing industry wastes that
are likely to be hazardous. Answers frequently asked
questions about RCRA. Presents the life cycle of a typical
leather manufacturing waste. Addresses federal recycling
and pollution prevention options for the leather manu-
facturing industry. Discusses other environmental laws
affecting the leather manufacturing industry. Contains a
table of federal RCRA regulatory requirements for
leather manufacturers. Includes a list of contacts and
other sources of information.
                                06/15/2000
RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
Transportation	

Provides an overview of the federal regulations members
of the motor freight and railroad transportation industry
are required to follow and the motor freight and railroad
transportation industry wastes that are likely to be haz-
ardous. Answers frequently asked questions about
RCRA. Presents the life cycle of a typical motor freight
and railroad transportation waste. Addresses federal
recycling and pollution prevention options for the motor
freight and railroad transportation industry. Discusses
other environmental laws affecting the motor freight and
railroad transportation industry. Contains a table of fed- '
eral RCRA regulatory requirements for motor freight and
railroad transporters. Includes a list of contacts and other
sources of information.
                                06/25/2000
RCRA in Focus: Photo Processing	

Provides an overview of the federal regulations members
of the photo processing industry are required to follow
and the photo processing industry wastes that are likely
to be hazardous. Answers frequently asked questions
about RCRA. Presents the life cycle of a typical photo
processing waste. Addresses federal recycling and pollu-
tion prevention options for the photo processing industry.
Discusses other environmental laws affecting the photo
processing industry. Contains a table of federal RCRA
regulatory requirements for photo processors. Includes a
list of contacts and other sources of information.
                                01/25/1999
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 RCRA in Focus: Printing
Provides an overview of the federal regulations members
of the printing industry are required to follow and the
printing industry wastes that are likely to be hazardous.
Answers frequently asked questions about RCRA.
Presents the life cycle of a typical printing waste.
Addresses federal recycling and pollution prevention
options for the printing industry. Discusses other envi-
ronmental laws affecting the printing industry. Contains
a table of federal RCRA regulatory requirements for
printers. Includes a list of contacts and other sources of
information. Also available in Spanish.
                                02/25/1993
                    RCRA Inspection Manual
RCRA in Focus: Textile Manufacturing

Provides an overview of the federal regulations members
of the textile manufacturing industry are required to fol-
low and the textile manufacturing industry wastes that
are likely to be hazardous, Answers frequently asked
questions about RCRA. Presents the life cycle of a typical
textile manufacturing waste. Addresses federal recycling
and pollution prevention options for the textile manufac-
turing industry. Discusses other environmental laws
affecting the textile manufacturing industry. Contains a
table of federal RCRA regulatory requirements for textile
manufacturers. Includes a list of contacts and other
sources of information.
                                09/25/2002
                    Provides procedural and technical guidance for perform-
                    ing inspections of facilities regulated by RCRA pre-
                    inspection, inspection, and post-inspection procedures.
                    (EPA530-R-94-007)               10/15/1993
                    RCRA Liability Coverage for Bodily Injury
                    and Property Damage Survey Results

                    Presents the results of the 1988 survey of facilities
                    required to comply with third-party liability coverage
                    requirements for bodily injury and property damage
                    pursuant to RCRA. Explores whether firms owning or
                    operating RCRA facilities that treat, store, or dispose of
                    hazardous wastes encounter difficulty in obtaining finan-
                    cial assurance mechanisms to comply with requirements.
                    (EPA530-SW-89-043)             09/15/1989
                    RCRA Online: A Quick Reference
                    Guide (Brochure)	

                    Describes EPA's database of selected letters, memoranda,
                    and questions and answers written by the Office of Solid
                    Waste since 1980. Explains how users can access the
                    database on the Internet and how they can view and
                    print the text of documents identified in a search.
                    Provides instruction for locating documents using the
                    topical, full text, and advanced search functions.
                                                    03/25/2003
RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance

Provides an overview of the federal regulations members
of the vehicle maintenance industry are required to fol-
low and the vehicle maintenance industry wastes that
are likely to be hazardous. Answers frequently asked
questions about RCRA. Presents the life cycle of a typical
vehicle maintenance waste. Addresses federal recycling
and pollution prevention options for the vehicle mainte-
nance industry. Discusses other environmental laws
affecting the vehicle maintenance industry. Contains a
table of federal RCRA regulatory requirements for mem-
bers of the vehicle maintenance industry. Includes a list
of contacts and other sources of information.
                                06/15/1999
                    RCRA Organic Air Emission Standards for
                    TSDFs and  Generators	

                    Outlines requirements of the RCRA organic air emission
                    standards contained in 40 CFR Parts 264/265, subpart
                    CC. Details regulations requiring the reduction of organ-
                    ic air emissions from tanks, surface impoundments, con-
                    tainers, and miscellaneous units. Addresses the differ-
                    ences between permitted and interim status facilities.
                    Summarizes the subpart AA and BB standards. Includes
                    definitions.
                                                    07/15/1998
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RCRA Orientation Manual	

Provides introductory information on solid and haz-
ardous waste management programs under RCRA.
Addresses the basic framework of the RCRA regulatory
program for new EPA and state employees, those new to
RCRA, and others interested in the Act in seven sections:
introduction to RCRA, managing solid waste—RCRA
Subtitle D, managing hazardous waste—RCRA Subtitle
C, managing underground storage tanks, RCRA Subtitle
I, miscellaneous statutory provisions (such as procure-
ment guidelines), RCRA and its relationship to other
environmental statutes, and public participation in
RCRA. Appendices include a hazardous waste manifest,
land disposal restriction notification form, glossary,
acronyms, and abbreviations, EPA organization chart, and
environmental contacts.
                               09/25/2002
RCRA Permit  Policy Compendium
(Complete Set)  	

Provides a reference for regional and state permit writers
on permitting policies and procedures. This 11-volume
series includes a users' guide, keyword index, reference
memoranda, letters, OSWER directives, and RCRA Call
Center monthly summaries. Documents are organized
chronologically with-in subject categories. Originally com-
piled in 1985, updated compendium includes documents
issued through September 1990. Complete set does not
include the update packages described below. Now
updated by RCRA Online at .
(EPA530-SW-91-062)             08/15/1991
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
Package; Revision 1	

Provides references for regional and state permit writers
on permitting policies and procedures. Update package
includes the entire new Volume 1, users' guide and key-
word index; plus reference memoranda, letters, OSWER
directives, and RCRA Call Center monthly summaries
from October 1,1990, through December 31,1991. The
documents are separated by the original index volume
numbers (2 through 11) and are numbered so they can be
inserted at the end of the appropriate sections within
each volume. The update package also includes new
spines and covers for the existing binders and the new
index on computer disk.
(EPA530-R-92-018)              04/15/1992
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
Package; Revision 2	

Provides references for regional and state permit writers
on permitting policies and procedures. Update package
includes entire new Volume 1, user's guide, and key-
word index, as well as reference memoranda, letters,
OSWER directives, and RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries from January 1,1992, through July 31,1993. The
documents are separated by the original index volume
numbers (2 through 11) and numbered to allow insertion
at the end of the appropriate sections within each vol-
ume. The update pack-age also includes new spines and
covers for the existing binders and the new index on
computer disk.
(EPA530-R-93-015)               09/15/1993
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RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
Package; Revision 3	

Provides references for regional and state permit writers
on permitting policies and procedures. Update package
includes entire new Volume 1, user's guide, and key-
word index, as well as reference memoranda, letters,
OSWER directives, and Superfund Hotline monthly
summaries from August 1,1993, through September 30,
1994. The documents are separated by the original index
volume numbers (2 through 11) and numbered to facili-
tate insertion at the end of the appropriate section within
each volume. The update package also includes new
spines and covers for the existing binders and the new
index on computer disk.
(EPA530-R-94-017)              09/15/1994
                   RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
                   Package; Revision 6	

                   Provides references for regional and state permit writers
                   on permitting policies and procedures. Update package
                   includes an entire new Volume 1, user's guide, and key-
                   word index, as well as reference memoranda, letters,
                   OSWER directives, and RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
                   maries from January 1,1996, through June 30,1996. The
                   documents are separated by the index volume numbers
                   and numbered to allow insertion at the end of the appro-
                   priate section within each volume. The update package
                   also includes new spines and covers for the existing
                   binders and the new index on computer disk.
                   (EPA530-R-97-Q04)               01/15/1997
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
Package; Revision 4	

Provides references for regional and state permit writers
on permitting policies and procedures. Update package
includes entire new Volume 1, user's guide, and key-
word index, as well as reference memoranda, letters,
OSWER directives, and RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries from October 1,1994, through June 30,1995. The
documents are separated by the index volume numbers
(two new volumes have been added) and numbered to
allow insertion at the end of the appropriate section
within each volume. The update package also includes
new spines and covers for the existing binders and the
new index on computer disk.
(EPA530-R-95-038)              07/15/1995
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
Package; Revision 5	

Provides references for regional and state permit writers
on permitting policies and procedures. Update package
includes an entire new Volume 1, user's guide, and key-
word index, as well as reference memoranda, letters,
OSWER directives, and RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries from July 1,1995, through December 31,1995.
The documents are separated by the index volume num-
bers and numbered to allow insertion at the end of the
appropriate section within each volume. The update
package also includes new spines and covers for the
existing binders and the new index on computer disk.
(EPA530-R-96-011)              07/15/1996
                   RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
                   Package; Revision 7	
                   Provides references for regional and state permit writers
                   on permitting policies and procedures. Update package
                   includes an entire new Volume 1, user's guide, and key-
                   word index, as well as reference memoranda, letters,
                   OSWER directives, and RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
                   maries from July 1,1996, through December 31,1996.
                   The documents are separated by the index volume num-
                   bers and numbered to allow insertion at the end of the
                   appropriate section within each volume. The update
                   package also includes new spines and covers for the
                   existing binders and the new index on computer disk.
                   (EPA530-R-97-018)               07/15/1997
                   RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
                   Package; Revision 8	
                   Provides references for regional and state permit writers
                   on permitting policies and procedures. Update package
                   includes an entire new Volume 1, user's guide, and key-
                   word index, as well as reference memoranda, letters,
                   OSWER directives, and RCRA/UST and Superfund
                   Hotline monthly summaries from January 31,1997,
                   through December 31,1997. The documents are separat-
                   ed by the index volume numbers and numbered to allow
                   insertion at the end of the appropriate section within
                   each volume. The update package also includes new
                   spines and covers for the existing binders and the new
                   index on computer disk.
                   (EPA530-R-98-012)               07/15/1998
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RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
1: User's Guide, Keyword Index	

Helps user identify and locate relevant documents in the
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium through a keyword
index. Lists documents relevant to the topic, identified
by title, document number, and date. Groups related top-
ics and cross references topics that may be relevant.
Summaries of documents that had been included in orig-
inal compendium have been deleted. Index also available
on 3.5-inch diskette using Dbase III Plus.
(EPA530-SW-91-062A)           08/15/1991
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
4 (9441.1987 - 9441.1990): Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste (Part
261)—General   	

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification
and listing of hazardous waste topics. Correspondence
from 1987 through 1990 is organized chronologically
within subject categories.
(EPA530-SW-91-062D)          08/15/1991
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
2 (9420.1980 - 9434.1990): Hazardous
Waste Management System (Part 260)—
General, Definitions, Petitions    	

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to Hazardous
Waste Management Systems topics. Correspondence
from 1984 through 1989 is organized chronologically
within subject categories.
(EPA530-SW-91-062B)          08/15/1991
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
3 (9441.1980 - 9441.1986): Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste (Part
261)—General	

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification
and listing of hazardous waste topics. Correspondence
from 1980 through 1986, organized chronologically with-
in subject categories.
(EPA530-SW-91-062C)           08/15/1991
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
5 (9442.1980 - 9444.1986): Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste (Part
261)—Criteria for Identifying Hazardous
Waste, Characteristics of Hazardous
Waste, Lists of Hazardous Waste	

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification
and listing of hazardous waste topics. Correspondence
from 1983 through 1986 is organized chronologically
within subject categories.
(EPA530-SW-91-062E)          08/15/1991
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
6 (9444.1987 - 9457.1990): Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste (Part
261)—Lists of Hazardous Waste (Con't);
Generator Standards (Part 262)—General,
Pretransportation, Recordkeeping,
Special Conditions, Importing	

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification
and listing of hazardous waste topics. Correspondence
from 1984 through 1990 is organized chronologically
within subject categories.
(EPA530-SW-91-062F)          08/15/1991
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RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
7 (9460.1980 - 9482.1990): Transporter
Standards (Part 263)—Manifests,
Recordkeeping; Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities (TSDFs) (Parts 264 and
265)—Standards, Preparedness and
Prevention, Contingency Plan,
Manifests/Recordkeeping, Closure/Post
Closure, Financial Responsibility; TSDF
Technical Requirements (Parts 264 and
265)—Ground-Water Standards,
Management of Containers   	
Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to transporter
standards/ contingency plans, TSDF technical require-
ments, groundwater standards, management of contain-
ers, and more. Correspondence from 1983 through 1990
is organized chronologically within subject categories.
(EPA530-SW-91-062G)           08/15/1991
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
8 (9483.1980 - 9489.1990): TSDF Technical
Requirements (Parts 264 and 265)—Tanks,
Surface Impoundments, Waste Piles,  Land
Treatment, Landfills,  Incinerators,
Miscellaneous Units	

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to TSDF technical
requirements, tanks, surface impoundments, waste piles,
land treatment, landfills, incinerators, and miscellaneous
units. Correspondence from 1983 through 1990 is orga-
nized chronologically within subject categories.
(EPA530-S W-91-062H)          08/15/1991
                 RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
                 9 (9490.1980 - 9521.1990): Standards for
                 Managing Specific Hazardous Wastes
                 (Part 266)—Recyclable Materials, Waste
                 Burned for Energy Recovery; Permitting
                 Policies -Priorities, Corrective Action,
                 Special Permitting, Compliance and
                 Enforcement, Public Participation;
                 Permitting  Procedures (Parts 124 and 270)
                 —General	

                 Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
                 permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
                 maries, letters, memos, and responses to standards for
                 managing specific wastes, permitting policies, and permit-
                 ting procedures. Correspondence from 1982 through 1990
                 is organized chronologically within subject categories.
                 (EPA530-SW-91-062I)           08/15/1991
                 RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
                 10 (9522.1980 - 9528.1990): Permitting
                 Procedures (Parts 124 and 270)—
                 Applications, Conditions, Changes,
                 Interim Status	

                 Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
                 permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
                 maries, letters, memos, and responses to permitting pro-
                 cedures, including applications, conditions, changes, and
                 interim status. Correspondence from 1984 through 1990
                 is organized chronologically within subject categories.
                 (EPA530-SW-91-062J)           08/15/1991
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RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
11  (9530.1980-9581.1990): Air Emission
Standards; State Authorization (Part 271);
Land Disposal Restrictions (Part 268);
Waste Minimization; Subtitle D—Mining
Wastes, State Programs, Municipal Waste
Combustion, Household Hazardous
Waste; RCRA Grant Funds	
Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA
permit policy. Includes RCRA Call Center monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to permitting pro-
cedures, including applications, conditions, changes, and
interim status. Correspondence from 1984 through 1990
is organized chronologically within subject categories.
(EPA530-SW-91-062K)            08/15/1991
RCRA Permit Quality Protocol; Draft

Assists permit writers in drafting or reviewing haz-
ardous waste facility permits. Provides a checklist of per-
mit conditions, technical and enforceability evaluation
for criteria, and guidance. Used to help evaluate com-
pleteness and adequacy of Administrative Record in sup-
port of permit conditions.
(EPA530-SW-90-050)             09/15/1988
RCRA Public Participation Manual	

Provides instruction on how to plan and carry out suc-
cessful public participation activities in the RCRA per-
mitting and corrective action programs. Provides a broad
overview of the public participation process and guide-
lines for a successful public participation program.
Contains step-by-step instructions for conducting all
public involvement activities identified. Appendices
include lists of contacts at EPA, state environmental
offices, the League of Women Voters, and pollution pre-
vention and small business assistance groups; an envi-
ronmental justice public participation checklist; guidance
for community advisory groups at Superfund sites; pub-
lic participation regulations; examples of public notices;
examples of additional RCRA public participation tools
(e.g., fact sheets, news releases, public involvement
plans); the EPA fact sheet The Hazardous Waste Facility
Permitting Process; the RCRA expanded public participa-
tion final rule and brochure; the EPA fact sheet
Modifying RCRA Permits; public participation resources
available to the permitting agency; an excerpt on public
participation from the 1990 RCRA Orientation Manual;
information on public participation in enforcement and
compliance; guidance on how to access EPA information;
and a glossary of acronyms. Also available in Spanish.
                               06/35/2996
RCRA Personnel Training Guidance for
Owners or Operators of Hazardous Waste
Management Facilities	
Provides guidance to owners and operators or other facil-
ity personnel concerning the design and implementation
of personnel training programs. Information provided
concerns generating training programs with specific rec-
ommendations made concerning training modules appro-
priate to hazardous waste management training.
(EPA SW-915)                   09/01/1980
RCRA: Reduciendo el  Riesgo de Residue
(Spanish Translation of RCRA: Reducing
Risk from  Waste)	

Este folleto tiene por objeto dar una perspectiva general
de como funciona el programa nacional de la RCRA y el
papel que juegan los estados. Define residuos peligrosos
de la RCRA y como aplica sus regulaciones a gener-
adores de residuos, transportistas, y a las Plantas de
Tratamiento, Almacenaje, y Desechado (TSDFs). Tambien
describe el programa de minimizacion de residuos y
abarca residue solido estatal y municipal. Contiene una
seccion de otras leyes ambientales relacionadas con
sustacias peligrosas e incluye un glosario y guia para la
seccion de la RCRA en el Codigo de Reglamentos Federates.
                               15/09/1997
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RCRA: Reducing Risk from Waste	

Provides a brief overview of the national RCRA program
and the role of the states. Defines RCRA hazardous
waste and how the RCRA regulations apply to genera-
tors, transporters, and TSDFs. Describes the waste mini-
mization program. Addresses municipal and industrial
solid waste. Contains a section on other environmental
laws related to hazardous substances. Includes a glossary
and guide to the RCRA section of the CFR. Also available
in Spanish.
                               05/15/1997
RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center
(Brochure)	

Describes the services of the RCRA Call Center, which
responds to inquiries from the public and the regulated
community about regulations developed under SWDA,
as amended by HSWA, CERCLA, and EPCRA. An older
version is available in Spanish.
                               12/15/1998
*RCRA, Super-fund, and EPCRA Call
Center Training Module:  Introduction to
Air Emission Standards (40 CFR Parts
264/265, Subparts AAf BB, and CC)	

Provides a regulatory overview of the RCRA air emission
standards as they apply to hazardous waste facilities.
Outlines the history of RCRA air emission standards as
well as the air emission controls required by the stan-
dards. Explains the difference between the 40 CFR Parts
264 and 265, and Subparts AA, BB, and CC air emission
standards. Summarizes the requirements of each of these
subparts. Identifies the types of units subject to these
requirements as well as specific exemptions. Only avail-
able on the Internet at 
                               10/15/2001
                   *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
                   Center Training Module: Introduction to
                   Closure/Post-Closure (40 CFR Parts
                   264/265, Subpart G)	

                   Explains the difference between closure and post-closure.
                   Lists the types of facilities that are subject to closure and
                   post-closure. Defines the difference between partial and
                   final closure. Specifies who submits a closure plan and
                   when a closure plan must be submitted, lists the steps in
                   the process, and gives the time frame for submittal.
                   Identifies when and how a closure must be amended.
                   Explains the time frame for notification of closure and
                   the deadlines for beginning and completing closure.
                   Specifies which facilities need contingent postclosure
                   plans. Lists the elements of post-closure and cites the
                   requirements. Specifies the conditions and timing for
                   amending a post-closure plan, states who must certify
                   closure and post-closure, and explains the alternatives to
                   post-closure permits for interim status facilities. Only
                   available on the Internet at .
                                                  10/15/2001
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                                                                               Titles
*RCRA, Superfund, and  EPCRA Call
Center Training Module: Introduction to
Containment Buildings (40 CFR Parts
264/265, Subpart DP)

Outlines the regulatory history and purpose of contain-
ment buildings, which are essentially waste piles
enclosed in buildings that facilitate management of
bulky materials without triggering land disposal and
LDRs. Discusses the relationship between LDR and con-
tainment buildings. Summarizes the design and operat-
ing standards applicable to containment buildings.
Describes the relationship between generator accumula-
tion standards and containment buildings. Updated
October 2001. Only available on the Internet at
.
                               10/15/2002
*RCRA, Superfund, and  EPCRA Call
Center Training  Module: Introduction to
Definition of Solid Waste and Hazardous
Waste Recycling (40 CFR Sections 261.2
and 261. 9) _

Explains the statutory and regulatory definitions of solid
waste, including the standards governing the recycling
and management of specific types of wastes. Cites three
use and reuse scenarios where the materials are not solid
wastes, and states the requirements for documentation.
Describes the conditions under which hazardous waste-
derived products may be excluded from regulation.
Addresses the special recycling standards for use consti-
tuting disposal, precious metal recovery, and spent lead-
acid batteries. Discusses potential regulatory develop-
ments affecting the definition of solid waste and haz-
ardous waste recycling. Only available on the Internet at
 .
                               10/25/2002
*RCRA, Superfund, and  EPCRA Calj
Center Training  Module: Introduction to
Drip Pads (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart
W)	

Explains the standards for listed wastes from wood pre-
serving processes that are generated by allowing a
preservative to drip from wood onto concrete pads,
called drip pads. Defines a drip pad. Summarizes the
design and operating standards for drip pads. Describes
the relationship between generator accumulation provi-
sions and drip pads. Only available on the Internet at
.
                               10/25/2001
*RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
Center Training  Module: Introduction to
Generators (40 CFR Part 262)	

Presents an overview of regulations applicable to genera-
tors of hazardous waste. Defines the terms "generator"
and "co-generator." Lists the three classes of generators,
outlines the different generation and accumulation lim-
its, and provides specific regulatory citations. Defines
episodic generation. Explains the use of EPA identifica-
tion numbers and manifests. Outlines the accumulation
standards, defines "empty tank" and "start time" for
waste accumulation purposes, and identifies regulations
pertaining to accumulation in tanks, containers, contain-
ment buildings, and on drip pads. Defines "satellite
accumulation" and provides applicable FR citations.
Cites the CFR section covering record keeping and
reporting requirements for generators. Explains how to
obtain copies of notification forms and manifests. Only
available on the Internet at 
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*RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
Center Training Module: Introduction to
Groundwater Monitoring  (40 CFR Parts
264/265, Subpart F)	

Presents the requirements for groundwater monitoring at
interim status and permitted TSDFs. Describes the
groundwater monitoring criteria for interim status and
permitted facilities. Explains monitoring well placement.
Outlines the three stages of the groundwater monitoring
program for permitted facilities. Only available on the
Internet at .
                              20/25/2002
                   *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
                   Center Training Module: Introduction to
                   Land Disposal Restrictions (40 CFR Part
                   268)	

                   Presents an overview of the LDR program. Defines basic
                   terms and describes the structure of LDR regulations.
                   Identifies the statutory basis for LDR. Describes the
                   applicability of LDR. Explains how EPA sets and identi-
                   fies treatment standards for wastes subject to LDR and
                   how extensions and variances from treatment require-
                   ments are obtained. Defines generator and TSDF require-
                   ments under the LDR program. Summarizes the sched-
                   ule of existing restrictions and the plan for restricting
                   newly identified wastes. Only available on the Internet at
                   .
                                                  20/25/2001
                   *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
                   Center Training Module: Introduction to
                   Land Disposal Units (40 CFR Parts
                   264/265, Subparts K, L, M, N)	

                   Provides an overview of the requirements for landfills,
                   surface impoundments, waste piles, and land treatment
                   units. Cites the statutory and regulatory minimum tech-
                   nological requirements. Summarizes the differences
                   between interim status (Part 265) and permitted (Part
                   264) standards for land disposal units. Defines "surface
                   impoundment" and distinguishes surface impoundments
                   from tanks. Describes surface impoundment retrofitting
                   and retrofitting variance procedures. Explains the con-
                   nection between land disposal standards, post-closure,
                   and groundwater monitoring. Only available on the
                   Internet at 
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*RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
Center Training  Module: Introduction to
Miscellaneous and Other Units (40 CFR
Part 264, Subpart X and 40 CFR Part 265,
Subparts P, Q, and R)	
Describes the basic requirements and types of units of 40
CFR Part 264, Subpart X, and standards for broadly
defined treatment processes; thermal treatment (40 CFR
Part 265, Subpart P); chemical, physical, and biological
treatment (40 CFR Part 265, Subpart Q); and under-
ground injection (40 CFR Part 265, Subpart R). Explains
when corrective action applies to these subparts.
Addresses the relationship between 40 CFR Part 264,
Subpart X, and 40 CFR Part 265, Subparts P, Q, and R.
Only available on the Internet at .
                                10/15/2001
*RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
Center Training Module: Introduction to
Municipal Solid Waste  Disposal  Facility
Criteria	

Provides a summary of the regulatory criteria for MSW
landfills. Presents the statutory authority under RCRA
and CWA directing EPA to develop the MSW landfill cri-
teria in 40 CFR Part 258. Gives the 40 CFR Part 258 effec-
tive date and the compliance dates for providing demon-
strations to satisfy individual regulatory requirements.
Identifies the types of facilities  that qualify for the small
landfill exemption. Explains the requirements of each
subpart of 40 CFR Part 258 as they apply to states  with
EPA-approved MSW landfill permit programs and states
without approved permit programs. Compares  the MSW
landfill environmental performance standards described
in 40 CFR Part 258 to the corresponding requirements for
hazardous waste TSDFs in 40 CFR Part 264, which are
generally more stringent. Only available on the Internet
at .
                                20/25/2002
*RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
Center Training Module: Introduction to
RCRA Corrective Action	

Reviews the regulatory and statutory requirements and
authorities governing the RCRA corrective action
process. Lists the statutory authorities for corrective
action and explains their application. Identifies the exist-
ing regulatory authorities for corrective action and
explains their application. Describes the triggers for cor-
rective action. Defines terms specific to the corrective
action process (e.g., corrective action management units
and action levels). Addresses how EPA is currently
implementing the corrective action program and identi-
fies significant components of the RCRA Cleanup
Reforms. Describes how the corrective action program
can apply to generators and other facilities that do not
require a permit. Only available on the Internet at
.
                                10/15/2001
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*RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
Center Training Module: Introduction to
RCRA Financial Assurance  (40 CFR Parts
264/265,  Subpart H)	
Addresses financial assurance standards explaining first
the allowable financial mechanisms and then the extent
of financial coverage required. Lists the types of facilities
subject to the financial assurance requirements for clo-
sure and post-closure. Identifies necessary factors in cal-
culating cost estimates. Explains allowable mechanisms
for financial assurance, including which mechanisms can
be used together and under what conditions. Presents
the financial assurance requirements for accident liability
coverage. Discusses the applicability of sudden and non-
sudden liability provisions. Specifies the amount of lia-
bility coverage required for single and multiple facilities.
Lists allowable mechanisms and combinations of mecha-
nisms that can be used to satisfy financial assurance lia-
bility requirements. Only available on the Internet at
.
                                20/15/2002
                    *RCRAf Superfund, and EPCRA Calj
                    Center Training Module: Introduction to
                    RCRA Solid Waste  Programs	

                    Focuses on EPA's efforts in municipal and industrial
                    solid waste, which are primarily regulated by the states
                    and municipalities and managed on the local level.
                    Discusses the only exceptions: 40 CFR Part 257, federal
                    solid waste disposal criteria for nonhazardous, nonmu-
                    nicipal landfills and 40 CFR Part 258, the Federal Solid
                    Waste Disposal Facility Criteria that provides EPA's
                    requirements for the design and operation of landfills.
                    Describes EPA's role in implementing solid waste man-
                    agement programs, including setting national goals, pro-
                    viding leadership  and technical assistance, and develop-
                    ing educational materials. Addresses MSW; EPA's inte-
                    grated waste management hierarchy; source reduction
                    and unit pricing; recycling, including federal procure-
                    ment, the JTR Initiative, and the WasteWise program;
                    combustion and MSW combustion ash; landfilling; and
                    MSW management issues - flow control, the degradable
                    ring rule, and household  hazardous waste. Defines
                    industrial solid waste, explains the revised criteria for
                    solid waste disposal and facility practices, and describes
                    the draft voluntary guidance for the management of
                    industrial nonhazardous waste in land-based disposal
                    units. Only available on the Internet at .
                                                                                     20/25/2002
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                                                                               Titles
*RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call
Center Training Module:  Introduction to
RCRA Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities (40 CFR  Parts 264/265, Subparts
A-E)	

Presents an overview of the general TSDF standards
found in 40 CFR Parts 264 and 265, Subparts A through
E. Identifies and explains each exclusion from 40 CFR
Parts 264 and 265 and provides definitions of excluded
units, such as a "waste-water treatment unit" and an
"elementary neutralization unit." Locates and describes
the requirements for waste analysis and personnel train-
ing. States the purpose  of a contingency plan, and lists
the emergency notification procedures. Addresses mani-
fest procedures and responsibilities, and lists the unman-
ifested waste  reporting requirements. Only available on
the Internet at .
                               20/15/2001
*RCRA, Superfund, and  EPCRA Call
Center Training Module: Introduction to
Tanks (40 CFR Parts 264/265f Subpart J)

Identifies, based on tank contents and operation, tanks
that are regulated under 40 CFR Parts 264 and 265,
Subpart J. Defines specific terms  pertaining to hazardous
waste tanks and provides CFR or FR citations.
Distinguishes "new tanks" from  "existing tanks" and
identifies how this status affects applicable regulations.
Discusses secondary containment requirements for lin-
ers, vaults, and double-walled tanks,  as well as sec-
ondary containment for ancillary equipment. Identifies
which of the hazardous waste requirements were pro-
mulgated under HSWA and non-HSWA authority and
explains how each applies in authorized and unautho-
rized states. Only available on the Internet at
.
                                20/15/2002
*RCRA, Superfund, and  EPCRA Call
Center Training  Module: Introduction to
Solid and Hazardous Waste Exclusions (40
CFR Section 261.4)	

Explains each waste exclusion and its scope, so one can
apply this knowledge in determining whether a given
waste is regulated under RCRA Subtitle C. Cites the reg-
ulatory section for exclusions and identifies materials
that are not solid wastes and solid wastes that are not
hazardous wastes. Locates the manufacturing process
unit exclusion. Identifies the sample and treatability
study exclusions and their applicability. Outlines and
specifies the conditions for meeting the exclusions for
household wastes and mixtures of domestic sewage.
Only available on the Internet at 
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*RCRA, Superfund, and  EPCRA Calj
Center Training  Module: Introduction to
Universal Waste (40 CFR Part 273)	

Describes the universal waste program and defines
which hazardous wastes may be handled under these
streamlined regulations. Identifies the wastestreams sub-
ject to the universal waste program. Names the partici-
pants in the universal waste program. Explains the regu-
lations for each type of participant. Outlines state autho-
rization procedures. Addresses the relationship of the
Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery
Management Act to EPA's universal waste program.
Only available on the Internet at .
                               10/15/2001
                   RCRA,Superfund, and EPCRA Monthly
                   Call Center Reports (Complete Sets)	

                   Has had various titles (e.g., RCRA/UST, Superfund, and
                   EPCRA Monthly Hotline Report and RCRA, Superfund, and
                   EPCRA Monthly Hotline Report). Contain significant and
                   frequently asked questions. For specific question topics
                   in older issues, see Index to the Monthly Hotline Report
                   Questions (June 1982 to December 1994). Monthly Call
                   Center reports from November  1994 to the present are
                   available online at 
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                                                                          Titles
• 1989 Set
(EPA530-SW-89-075)
12/15/1989
• 1998 Set
(EPA530-R-98-005)
12/15/1998
  1990 Set
(EPA530-SW-90-090)
12/15/1990
                      1999 Set
(EPA530-R-99-012
12/15/1999
  1991  Set
(EPA530-SW-91-093)
12/15/1991
                      2000 Set
(EPA530-R-00-003)
12/15/2000
  1992 Set
(EPA530-R-92-014)
12/15/1992
                      *2001 Set
Only available on the Internet at

                             12/15/2002
  1993 Set
(EPA530-R-93-004)
  1994 Set
(EPA530-R-94-005)



• 1995 Set
(EPA530-R-95-002)
12/15/1993
12/15/1994
12/15/1995
• *2002 Set
                                                 Only available on the Internet at
                                                 
                                                                               12/15/2002
• *2003 Set	
Only available on the Internet at

                             12/25/2003
  1996 Set
(EPA530-R-96-002)
12/15/1996
  1997 Set
(EPA530-R-96-005)
12/15/1997
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 *RCRA Waste Sampling Draft
 Technical Guidance: Planning,
 Implementation, and Assessment

 Contains recommended procedures for sampling solid
 waste under RCRA. Addresses planning (data quality
 objectives process, quality assurance project plan or
 waste analysis plan), implementation (field sample col-
 lection, sample analysis, and associated quality assur-
 ance/quality control activities), and assessment (data
 verification and validation, data quality assessment, and
 conclusions drawn from data). Only available on the
 Internet at .
                              OS/15/2002
RCRIS Extract CD-ROM	

RCRIS is the national program management and invento-
ry system of RCRA hazardous waste handlers. Handlers
can be characterized as belonging to one or more of the
following categories: TSDFs; LQGs; SQGs; and trans-
porters. RCRIS captures identification and location infor-
mation for hazardous waste handlers and a wide range of
information on TSDFs regarding permit and closure sta-
tus, compliance with federal and state regulations, and
cleanup activities. The CD-ROM includes all handler
identification and permitting data available from the
RCRIS National Oversight Database. The CD-ROM
includes most of the Compliance Monitoring and
Enforcement data except for data deemed enforcement
sensitive by EPA. Available by subscription.
  	Mlmlitintl» 'II 'I IITI '. iuaiilMf-"~ — - - •*- »™. JS«,j«ii*.SK«v-w
Reactivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.23);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,  Section
3001	

Explains EPA's definition of reactive wastes. Discusses
the comments received on the proposed definition of
reactive waste and the subsequent changes made.
                              05/01/1980
                   Recoleccion de Aceite Usado para
                   Reciclaje o Reutilizacion: Consejos para
                   los consumidores que cambian ellos mis-
                   mos el aceite y el filtro de aceite de su
                   automovil (Spanish Translation of
                   Collecting Used Oil for Recycling/Reuse:
                   Tips for Consumers Who Change their
                   Own Motor Oil and Oil Filters)	
                   Contiene instrucci6nes detallados para cambiar y reciclar
                   el aceite y el filtro de aceite de su automovil.
                                                 25/01/2997
                   Recycle: You Can Make a Ton of
                   Difference (Brochure)	

                   Introduces the national recycling campaign by providing
                   an overview of solid waste problems and recycling solu-
                   tions.
                                                 04/15/1992
                   Recycle: You Can Make a Ton of
                   Difference (Poster)	

                   Full-color poster promotes greater use of recycling.
                   Depicts a student on one side of a set of scales balancing
                   a large pile of waste to illustrate the impact each individ-
                   ual can have on the solid waste dilemma. Reflects the
                   global nature of MSW management, urging readers in six
                   different languages to adopt recycling.
                                                 04/15/1992
                   Reuse + Recycling = Waste Reduction:
                   A Guide for Schools & Groups	

                   Booklet designed for schools and community groups to
                   encourage waste reduction programs. Lists benefits of
                   waste prevention. Addresses waste reduction programs
                   that work. Outlines steps for starting a waste reduction
                   program. Includes case studies and resources. Included
                   in Your Life, Your World, Your Choices: Even/thing You Do
                   Can Make a Difference Kit.
                                                 05/15/2003
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Recycling Guide for Native American
Nations	
Describes several ways to participate in each facet of
recycling: collection, manufacture, and purchase.
Addresses setting up a recycling program, creating recy-
cling jobs, and establishing a buy-recycled program.
                               06/15/1995
Recycling the Hard Stuff
Fact sheet discusses the technical difficulties and high
cost associated with separating plastics. Describes new
separation technologies - automated separation, froth
flotation, and skin flotation. Addresses benefits and chal-
lenges. Also available in the kit folder Climate Change and
Waste.
                                07/15/2002
Recycling  in Federal Agencies	

Describes the rationale behind recycling and mentions
various government agencies' recycling programs such
as EPA's In-House Recycling Program, the GSA Federal
Recycling Program, and Recycling in the National Parks.
Describes various handbooks and publications available
to federal offices and bureaus from EPA.
                                10/15/1990
Recycling is Working in the United States
Summarizes the U.S. Recycling Economic Information
(REI) Study, which demonstrates the importance of recy-
cling and reuse to the U.S. economy. Includes charts and
tables. Lists organizations sponsoring the study and
additional sources of information.
                                01/15/2002
Recycling Means Business	

Introduces Recycling Means Business, EPA's strategy for
supporting the national effort to expand markets for
recycled materials. Discusses both the environmental and
economic benefits of boosting the recycling market.
Addresses the national and local impact of this strategy.
Includes a list of EPA resource centers.
                                09/15/1995
Recycling Works! State and Local Solutions
to Solid Waste Management Problems

Presents an overview of recycling in the United States.
Discusses integrated waste management, reasons to recy-
cle, and adding recycling to an existing municipal solid
waste program. Addresses choosing and collecting recy-
clables and marketing recovered materials. Provides
examples of successful recycling programs initiated by
state and local agencies, as well as private recycling
efforts and public-private partnerships between govern-
ment and businesses. Includes a complete listing of state-
level recycling offices, with addresses, phone numbers,
and web sites.
                                04/15/1999
Re-Engineering RCRA for Recycling:
Report and Recommendations of the
Definition of Solid Waste Task Force
Presents the recommendations of the Definition of Solid
Waste Task Force, established in October 1992 to address
concerns about the current definition of solid waste and
how it affects waste recycling. Describes the current sys-
tem and suggests improvements to the regulations for
recycling under Subtitle C of RCRA. Considers RCRA-
exempt and excluded recycling. Proposes a new classifi-
cation scheme for RCRA recycling. Addresses industry-
specific and Basel Convention issues.
                                12/15/2994
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 Regional Guidance Manual for Selected
 Interim Status Requirements (Draft)

 Assists regions in interpreting selected requirements
 from the Interim Status Standards for facilities managing
 hazardous waste. Provides background information and
 general guidance to aid permitting officials in evaluating
 responses to certain interim status regulations.
                               09/15/1980
                    Regulation of Fuel Blending and Related
                    Treatment and Storage Activities	

                    Memo addresses questions about the regulatory status of
                    hazardous waste fuel blending activities. Discusses per-
                    mit requirements, appropriate unit standards, air emis-
                    sion standards, transfer facilities, and LDRs for genera-
                    tors and fuel blending facilities.
                                                   10/17/1994
 Reglamento de Participacion Publica
 Expandida de la RCRA (Spanish
 Translation of RCRA Expanded Public
 Participation Rule)	

 Describe el reglamento que amplia la participacion publi-
 ca en EPA (siglas en ingle's de la Agencia para la
 Proteccion Ambiental) facultando a las comunidades a
 interesarse mas activamente en el manejo de desechos
 peligrosos de su localidad. Trata de involucrar al publico
 desde el inicio en el proceso de otorgamiento de per-
 misos, proporcionando mas oportunidades para la partic-
 ipacion publica, ampliando el acceso del publico a la
 informacion, y ofreciendo una orientacion de como los
 establecimientos pueden mejorar la participacion publica.
                               25/02/2996
Reglamento de Residues Universales
(Spanish Translation of Universal Waste
Rule)	

El reglamento de residues universales de la Agencia de
Proteccion Ambiental (EPA por sus siglas en ingles) fue
disenado para reducir la cantidad de residues peligrosos
en el flujo de residues solidos municipal, fomentar el
reciclaje y disposicion apropiada de ciertos residues peli-
grosos y reducir las obligaciones reglamentales para
empresas que generan estos residues. Los residues uni-
versales que se definen en el documento incluyen ciertas
baterias, pesticidas agricolas y termostatos. El documen-
to describe como empresas, residencias y comunidades
son afectadas por este reglamento y analiza el papel del
destado para implementarlo.
                               15/02/1996
                    Regulatory Analysis of RCRA Regulations

                    Summarizes the regulatory alternatives considered and
                    selected for RCRA Subtitle C Regulations and the impacts
                    of the regulations. Presents 400 cases of harmful conse-
                    quences from inadequate hazardous waste management.
                                                  04/30/2950
                    Regulatory Determination: Landfills and
                    Surface Impoundments Receiving Pulp
                    and Paper Mill Sludge _

                    Reports EPA's conclusion that dioxin contained in pulp
                    and paper mill sludges disposed of in landfills and sur-
                    face impoundments does not pose unreasonable probabil-
                    ity of adverse effects on human health and the environ-
                    ment. EPA concludes that further regulation of facilities to
                    reduce potential dioxin-related risks is not warranted.
                                                  10/15/1991
                    Regulatory Impact Analysis for the  Final
                    Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
                    Landfills	

                    Analyzes EPA's revisions to Subtitle D criteria MSW land-
                    fills. Evaluates hybrid approach relative to four regulatory
                    alternatives in terms of costs, economic impacts, impacts
                    on small entities, health risk, and resource damage.
                    (EPA530-SW-91-073A)            12/15/1990
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Regulatory Impact Analysis for the
Proposed Rulemaking on Corrective
Action for Solid Waste Management Units

Reports results from the analysis performed in conjunc-
tion with the proposed rule to require corrective action for
releases from solid waste management units at hazardous
waste TSDFs. Assesses impact of proposed rule on small
businesses. Determines that rule will not have significant
impact on substantial numbers of such businesses,
(EPA530-SW-90-081)             06/25/1990
Regulatory Impact Analysis of Land
Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified
Wastes and Hazardous Soil (Phase II
LDRs); Final Rule	

Analyzes the costs, economic impacts, and benefits
resulting from the LDRs for newly identified wastes and
hazardous soil. Examines wastes affected by the rule.
Considers costs of restricting the land disposal of Phase
II wastes. Discusses the economic impacts and benefits of
Phase II LDRs.
(EPA530-R-95-035)              07/29/1994
 Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase
 III Land Disposal Restrictions Final Rule
 and Addendum: Revised  Risk Assessment
 for Spent Aluminum Potliners	

 Estimates the costs, economic impacts, and benefits of
 the Phase III LDR rule. Provides background to the LDR
 program and the Phase III rule. Discusses methodology
 for estimating affected quantities of characteristic wastes
 and newly listed wastes. Addendum includes new fate
 and transport data for spent aluminum potliner disposal
 and their effect on the risk assessment.
 (EPA530-R-97-021)              02/15/1996
Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase
IV Land Disposal Restrictions for Newly
Identified Wood Preserving Wastes	

Estimates the costs, economic impacts, and benefits of
the wood preserving wastes provisions of the Phase IV
LDR rule. Presents the industries and wastes that will be
affected by the rule; estimates the costs associated with
treating those wastes to comply with LDR standards;
determines the impact that these  additional treatment
costs will have on facilities' operating costs, and evalu-
ates the human health and ecological benefits attribut-
able to reductions in pollutant discharges required by the
rule. Analyzes impacts on small businesses.
(EPA530-R-97-030)              04/15/1997
Regulatory Impact Analysis: Phase IV
Land  Disposal Restrictions: 1C Metals
Wastes;  Final Report      	

Estimates the costs, economic impacts, and benefits of
the Phase IV LDR rulemaking for toxicity characteristic
metal sources, including those generated with organic
underlying hazardous constituents. Examines affected
industries,  National Hazardous Waste Constituent
Survey data, waste generation and management under
BRS, and current treatment practices. Provides manage-
ment costs analysis. Addresses waste management deci-
sions, aggregate costs, economic impacts, and impacts on
small entities. Discusses benefits and benefit-cost cpn>
parison. Includes references, Appendices contain devel-
opment of  cost functions for toxicity characteristic metals
wastes with organic underlying hazardous constituents,
cost and economic impacts, groundwater risk screening
analysis for non-ferrous foundry sands managed in
municipal  landfills, and a screening analysis of the eco-
nomic impacts of the LDR on small businesses in the
zinc  sulfate fertilizer industry.
(EPA530-R-98-028)               05/04/1998
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Report on Emergency Incidents at
Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
and Other Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities (TSDFs)	

Provides information on reported emergency incidents
from December 1977 through August 1995 at hazardous
waste combustion facilities and other TSDFs regulated
under RCRA. Compiles information obtained from
regional and state waste combustion experts and permit
writers. Includes some incidents that occurred before
RCRA and its safeguards were in effect and two inci-
dents that took place after 1995. Includes detailed inci-
dent reports when available.
                              04/15/2999
Report on Minimum Criteria to Assure
Data Quality	

Discusses EPA's quality assurance program to ensure
that all data are scientifically valid, defensible, and of
known precision and accuracy. In addition, data need to
be of sufficient known quality to withstand scientific and
legal challenge relating to the use for which the data
were gathered.
                              22/12/2959
                   Report to Congress: EPA Activities and
                   Accomplishments Under the Resource
                   Conservation and Recovery Act: Fiscal
                   Years 1980-1985	

                   Describes regulatory development and implementation
                   activities accomplished from 1980 through 1985.
                   Documents the development of RCRA regulatory pro-
                   grams.
                   (EPA530-SW-86-027)            07/15/1986
                   Report to Congress: EPA Activities and
                   Accomplishments Under the Resource
                   Conservation and Recovery Act: Fourth
                   Quarter Fiscal Year 1986 Through Fiscal
                   Year 1987	

                   Describes activities to carry out the mandates of RCRA
                   and HSWA of 1984. Starts with the last quarter of fiscal
                   year 1986 and extends through the end of fiscal year
                   1987. Covers several activities undertaken to satisfy
                   many 1984 provisions for solid waste. Summarizes con-
                   tents of each chapter.
                                                 12/15/1987
Report to Congress: A Study of the Use of
Recycled Paving Material	

Addresses recycling, performance, and the human health
and environment issues related to asphalt pavement con-
taining recycled rubber; the economic savings, technical
performance, and threats and benefits to human health
and the environment of using recycled materials in high-
ways; and the utilization and practices of all states relat-
ing to the reuse and disposal of highway materials. Joint
report of EPA and U.S. Department of Transportation
(Federal Highway Administration), required by the
Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991.
                              07/15/1993
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*Report to Congress: Evaluating the
Consensus Best Practices Developed
through the Howard Hughes Medical
Institute's Collaborative Hazardous Waste
Management Demonstration Project and
the Need for Regulatory Changes to
Carry Out Project Recommendations	

Discusses a collaborative project initiated by the Howard
Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to establish and evalu-
ate a performance-based approach to management of
hazardous wastes in the laboratories of academic
research institutions. Addresses the difficulties academic
institutions have in complying with RCRA regulations
due largely to their industry-oriented framework. States
that EPA is developing an approach that builds upon the
consensus best practices as well as other ongoing efforts
to provide labs needed flexibility while maintaining
effective protection for human health and the environ-
ment. Includes the Report on Consensus Best Practices for
Managing Hazardous Wastes in Academic Research
Institutions prepared by the Howard Hughes Medical
Institute of Laboratory Safety in collaboration with the
project's principal participants. Only available on the
Internet at 
                             03/15/2002
Report to Congress: Management of
Hazardous Wastes From Educational
Institutions; Executive Summary	

Involves problems associated with managing hazardous
wastes from educational institutions. Identifies statutory
and regulatory requirements for educational institutions
managing hazardous waste. Examines current hazardous
waste management practices, and identifies hazardous
waste problems encountered. Report concludes by iden-
tifying ways for educational institutions to improve haz-
ardous waste management.
                             04/15/1989
Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes From the Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude
Oil,  Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy
(Complete Set)	
Responds to study requirements described by Congress
in various paragraphs of Section 8002(m) of the 1980
amendments of RCRA. Includes an executive summary
and three volumes.
(EPA530-SW-88-003)            12/15/1987
Report to Congress: Management of
Hazardous Wastes From Educational
Institutions	

Identifies statutory and regulatory requirements for edu-
cational institutions managing hazardous waste.
Examines current hazardous waste management practices
at institutions and identifies possible ways for education-
al institutions to improve hazardous waste management.
(EPA530-SW-89-040)            04/15/1989
Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes From the Exploration,
Development and Production of Crude
Oil, Natural Gas, and Geothermal  Energy;
Executive Summaries	
Responds to study requirements described by Congress
in Section 8002(m) of the 1980 amendments to RCRA.
Congress temporarily exempted several types of solid
wastes from regulation (e.g., drilling fluids, produced
waters, and other wastes associated with production of
crude oil or natural gas). Studies Congressional intent to
provide opportunity for developing appropriate strategy
for waste management.
(EPA530-SW-88-003D)          12/15/1987
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Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes From the Exploration,
Development and Production of Crude
Oilf Natural  Gas, and Geothermal Energy;
Volume 1: Oil  and Gas	
Reports on management of waste under section
3001(B)(2)(A) of RCRA. Discusses wastes generated only
by the onshore segment of oil and gas industry. Volume 1
of three.
(EPA530-SW-88-003A)           12/15/1987
Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes From the Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude
Oil, Natural  Gas, and Geothermal Energy;
Volume 2: Geothermal Energy	
Covers the geothermal energy industry. Defines exempt
wastes, characterizes the wastes, describes current and
alternative disposal practices, and estimates the costs of
these practices. Volume 2 of three.
(EPA530-SW-88-003B)           12/15/1987
Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes From the Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude
Oil, Natural  Gas, and  Geothermal Energy;
Volume 3: Appendices	
Summarizes state oil and gas regulations. Includes a
glossary of terms for Volume 1 and damage case sum-
maries. Volume 3 of three.
(EPA530-SW-88-OQ3C)           12/15/1987
                  Report to Congress: Methods to Manage
                  and Control Plastic Wastes; Executive
                  Summary	
                  Responds to Section 2202 of the 1987 Plastic Pollution
                  Research and Control Act. Focuses on postconsumer
                  plastic waste. Includes plastics in marine environments,
                  waste management, and source reduction.
                                                02/15/1990
                  Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust

                  Introduces the analysis with a brief summary of the pur-
                  pose and scope of the report, general methods, informa-
                  tion sources used, and EPA's decision-making methodolo-
                  gy. Provides a brief overview of the industry, including a
                  description of cement kiln dust waste, the industry struc-
                  ture and characteristics, the cement manufacturing
                  process, the types of production processes used, and sig-
                  nificant process inputs. Discusses the generation and
                  chemical and physical characteristics of cement kiln dust.
                  Outlines the range of cement kiln dust management meth-
                  ods employed at domestic cement plants. Identifies and
                  summarizes cases of potential and documented damages
                  to human health and the environment. Includes a discus-
                  sion of EPA's risk assessment in which the Agency exam-
                  ined inherent hazards posed by cement kiln dust, evaluat-
                  ed site-specific risk factors, and performed quantitative
                  transport, fate, and exposure modeling. Reviews applica-
                  ble federal and state regulatory controls. Investigates alter-
                  native waste management practices and potential utiliza-
                  tion of the wastes. Discusses costs and impacts under each
                  of several regulatory and operational scenarios. Presents
                  EPA's study findings and regulatory options.
                  (EPA530-R-94-001)              12/15/1993
Report to Congress: Methods to Manage
and Control Plastic Wastes	

Examines plastic waste reduction through source reduc-
tion and methods for controlling sources of plastic
marine debris in response to the Plastic Pollution
Research and Control Act. Focuses on plastic waste in
the MSW stream.
(EPA53Q-SW-89-051)             02/15/1990
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Report to Congress on  Cement Kiln Dust;
Executive Summary	

Addresses the sources and volumes of cement kiln dust
generated per year; present disposal practices; potential
danger, if any, to human health and the environment
from disposal of cement kiln dust; documented cases in
which danger to human health or the environment has
been proven; alternatives to current disposal methods;
the costs of such alternatives; the impact of those alterna-
tives on the use of natural resources; and the current and
potential utilization of cement kiln dust. Includes a
review of applicable state and federal regulations.
Discusses evaluation criteria, organization of the Report
to Congress, information sources and methods, technical
findings, decision rationale and regulatory options, and
next steps.
                               12/15/1993
Report to Congress on Metal Recovery,
Environmental Regulation and Hazardous
Waste	

Presents results of a study on the effects existing regula-
tions have on metal recovery of the nation's wastes, how
metal recovery can be encouraged, and how these mate-
rials should be regulated to protect human health and
the environment. Presents an overview of metal recovery
of hazardous waste and RCRA regulation. Addresses
report methodology and its limitations. Characterizes
RCRA Subtitle C metal-bearing hazardous wastes.
Assesses impact of RCRA regulations on metal recovery
from hazardous waste. Appendices provide examples for
source reduction in industries that generate metal-bear-
ing hazardous waste and more specific information on
hazards associated with metals.
(EPA530-R-93-018)              02/15/1994
Report to Congress on  Flow Control and
Municipal Solid Waste	

Defines flow controls as legal authorities used by state
and local governments to designate where MSW must be
taken for processing, treatment, or disposal. Presents a
comparative review of states with and without flow con-
trol authority, identifies the impact of flow control ordi-
nances on protection of human health and the environ-
ment, characterizes the impact of flow control on the
development of state and local  waste management
capacity and on the achievement of state and local goals
for source reduction, reuse, and recycling. Appendices
include a summary of public comments on flow control;
legal decisions concerning MSW flow controls; summary
matrix of state flow control authorities; flow control case
studies; and technical analyses  of waste generation, com-
post segment, recycling segment, waste-to-energy seg-
ment, and landfill segment.
(EPA530-R-95-008)              03/15/1995
Report to Congress on  Flow Control and
Municipal Solid Waste; Executive
Summary	
Outlines EPA's findings on flow controls. Defines flow
controls and factors encouraging their use. Summarizes a
comparative review of states with and without flow con-
trol authority.
                               03/15/2995
Report to Congress on Metal Recovery,
Environmental Regulation and Hazardous
Waste; Executive Summary	
Summarizes the study on the effects existing regulations
have on metal recovery of the nation's wastes, how metal
recovery can be encouraged, and how these materials
should be regulated to protect human health and the
environment.
                                02/25/1994
Report to Congress on Special Wastes
From Mineral Processing: Summary and
Findings	

Summarizes findings pertaining to special wastes from
mineral processing. Includes sources and volumes of
materials generated per year, present disposal and utiliza-
tion practices, the potential danger to health and environ-
ment, documented and proved cases of danger to health
and environment, alternatives to current disposal meth-
ods, costs of alternatives, impacts of alternatives on use of
phosphate rock, uranium ore, and other natural resources,
and current and potential uses of waste materials.
                               07/15/1990
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Report to Congress on Special Wastes
from Mineral Processing: Summary and
Findings; Methods and Analyses;
Appendices	

Examines RCRA waste exemption for mineral process-
ing. Describes events in the rulemaking process and cri-
teria used by EPA to exempt 20 special wastes from min-
eral processing operations. Reports sources and volumes
of wastes, including present disposal practices, docu-
mented cases of danger, alternatives to current disposal
methods, costs of alternatives, and impacts of alterna-
tives on natural resources.
(EPA530-SW-90-070C)           07/15/1990
Report to Congress on the Minimization
of Hazardous Wastes (Complete Set)

Provides background on waste minimization and pre-
sents data and information on developing national waste
minimization strategy. Reviews options available to
encourage more waste minimization at federal level,
including recommendations by EPA, Includes three vol-
umes and  appendices.
(EPA530-SW-86-033)            10/15/1986
Report to Congress on the Minimization
of Hazardous Wastes	

Provides background on waste minimization and pre-
sents data and information on developing a national
waste minimization strategy. Reviews options available
to encourage more waste minimization at federal level,
including recommendations by EPA.
(EPA530-SW-86-033A)           10/15/1986
                   Report to Congress on Waste
                   Minimization: Issues and  Options;
                   Volume I	

                   Identifies waste minimization practices by industry
                   processes and by major waste stream. Describes factors
                   that promote and inhibit adoption of waste minimization
                   practices by industry and strategies by which waste min-
                   imization can be increased.
                   (EPA530-SW-86-041)             10/15/1986
                   Report to Congress on Waste
                   Minimization: Issues  and Options;
                   Volume II	
                   Contains Appendix A; Data  Bases Used in Study and
                   Appendix B; Process Studies.
                   (EPA530-SW-86-042)             10/15/1986
                   Report to Congress on Waste
                   Minimization: Issues  and Options;
                   Volume III	

                   Contains Appendices C through K. Includes recycling
                   technologies and practices, Northeast Industrial Waste
                   Exchange's online computer system, conducting project
                   profitability analysis, EPA's definition of solid waste, cor-
                   respondence from EPA on waste minimization activities,
                   compilation of industrial waste reduction cases, EPA's
                   environmental auditing policy statement, descriptions of
                   11 state programs, and two proposed regulations on haz-
                   ardous waste management by two counties in California.
                   (EPA530-SW-86-043)             10/15/1986
Report to Congress on the Minimization
of Hazardous Wastes; Appendices	

Presents analysis of impacts of waste minimization
options, and explores circumstances and conditions mat
might be useful for meeting waste minimization objectives.
Covers characteristics of each option including implemen-
tation, technical effectiveness, and impacts on industry
Provides general summary and recommendations.
(EPA530-SW-86-033B)           10/15/1986
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Report to Congress: Recovery and
Recycling of Plastics From  Durable Goods

Summarizes progress in the recovery of plastics from
postconsumer durable goods, defined as items used by
consumers for three or more years before disposal.
Discusses the current status of postconsumer durable
plastics recycling in the United States. Addresses barriers
to recycling postconsumer durable plastics. Details cur-
rent initiatives (e.g., developing a collection infrastruc-
ture; enhancing dismantling operations, resin identifica-
tion, and design for recycling; advancements in sorting
technology; and enhancing markets for recovered plas-
tics). Presents EPA activities to accelerate plastics recy-
cling. Includes a table of resin characteristics, markets,
and products.
                               09/15/1995
Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal
in the United States; Executive Summary

Addresses the disposal of nonhazardous solid waste reg-
ulated under Subtitle D of RCRA. Includes different
types of waste streams such as MSW, industrial waste,
and oil and gas waste. Discusses adequacy of current
Subtitle D regulatory program. Volume I presents conclu-
sions and recommendations of Subtitle D study. Volume
II contains results of data collection efforts. Includes
major findings and recommendations.
                               10/15/1988
Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal
in the United States; Volume I	

Presents conclusions and recommendations of a Subtitle
D study to evaluate the adequacy of the program.
Objectives addressed include disposal of nonhazardous
solid waste, which includes MSW, oil and gas waste, and
industrial waste at landfills, waste piles, land application
units, and surface impoundments.
(EPA530-SW-88-011)             10/15/1988
Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal
in the United States; Volume II

Contains results of data collection efforts for Volume I.
Presents study methodology, data collection projects,
Subtitle D wastes, Subtitle D facilities, and Subtitle D
state programs.
(EPA530-SW-88-011B)            10/15/1988
Report to Congress: Wastes from the
Combustion of Coal by Electric Utility
Power Plants

Describes utility waste by source and quantity, current .
uses, and disposal practices based on numerous private
and government studies. Discusses alternatives to dis-
posal, including the costs of current and alternative
waste management practices. Includes requirements
from Section 8002(n) of RCRA.
(EPA530-SW-88-002)             02/15/1988
Report to Congress: Wastes from the
Combustion of Coal by Electric Utility
Power Plants; Appendices _
Provides background data, charts, and graphs to support
the Report to Congress.
(EPA530-SW-88-002A)           02/15/1988
Report to Congress: Wastes From the
Combustion of Coal by Electric Utility
Power Plants; Executive Summary _

Examines wastes generated from combustion of coal by
the electric utility industry. Concludes that coal combus-
tion waste streams generally do not exhibit hazardous
characteristics under current RCRA regulations. The
report finds that several other wastes from coal-fired
utili-ties may exhibit hazardous characteristics of corro-
sivity or extraction procedures toxicity and merit regula-
tion under Subtitle C. Summarizes findings that coal
combustion wastes provide one method for reducing the
amount of hazardous wastes that need to be disposed of
responsibly.
                               02/15/1988
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Report to Congress: Wastes from the
Combustion of Fossil Fuels; Volume 1 —
Executive Summary	

Provides background and information on the organiza-
tion and scope of the Report to Congress, Discusses
information sources and methods. Summarizes findings
for coal-fired utility co-managed wastes, non-utility coal
combustion wastes, fluidized bed combustion wastes, oil
combustion wastes, and natural gas combustion wastes.
Includes references and glossary.
                              03/15/1999
                   Report to the Congress of the United
                   States on the Postclosure Liability Trust
                   Fund Under Section 3001(A)(2)(II) of the
                   Comprehensive Environmental Response,
                   Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980
                   Concludes that the Postclosure Liability Trust Fund,
                   designed to accept liabilities from hazardous waste facility
                   owners and operators, will be unable to maintain a posi-
                   tive balance after 50 years. The fund covers only a minute
                   portion of the future costs of land disposal. Presents
                   results based on output of the fund's Simulation Model.
                                                05/15/1985
Report to Congress: Wastes from the
Combustion of Fossil Fuels; Volume 2 —
Methods, Findings, and
Recommendations  	

Provides background and information on the purpose
and scope of the report. Addresses general methods,
information sources, and the decision-making process.
Presents an industry overview. Discusses waste genera-
tion, waste characteristics, current management prac-
tices, potential and documented dangers to human
health and the environment, existing regulatory controls,
waste management alternatives, compliance costs and
economic impacts, and findings and recommendations
for co-managed wastes at coal-fired utilities, non-utility
coal combustion wastes, fluidized bed combustion
wastes, and oil combustion wastes. Addresses technolo-
gy and findings and recommendations for natural gas
combustion wastes. Includes references and glossary.
Contains figures and tables.
                              03/25/1999
Report to Congress: Wastes From the
Extraction and Beneficiation  of Metallic
Ores, Phosphate Rock, Asbestos,
Overburden From Uranium Mining, and
Oil Shale	

Addresses wastes from extraction and beneficiation of
metallic ores, uranium overburden, and non-metals
asbestos and phosphate rock. Summarizes EPA findings
on oil shales.
(EP/1530-SW-S5-033)             12/01/1985
                   Report to the Senate Appropriations
                   Committee: Regulation of Wood
                   Preserving Wastes	

                   Discusses RCRA-based framework for management and
                   tracking of hazardous wastes, from generation through
                   treatment and disposal, under Subtitle C. Several provi-
                   sions of regulations addressing the protection of ground-
                   water are noted, including corrective action, contingency
                   plans, waste management standards, and closure
                   requirements. Presents final rule provisions.
                   (EPA530-SW-91-05S)            07/15/1991
                   Report to the Senate Appropriations
                   Committee: Regulation of Wood
                   Preserving Wastes; Executive Summary
                   Evaluates the multi-statute approach to regulation of
                   wood preserving wastes and compares it to RCRA-based
                   approach.
                                                07/15/1991
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Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A
Local Issue	

Presents background information to assist print and
broadcast media in understanding MSW issues.
Examines the role of federal, state, and local govern-
ments in MSW management; options for solid waste
management (e.g., source reduction, recycling, incinera-
tion, and landfilling); and regulations for solid waste
landfills. Includes information sources, major laws affect-
ing MSW management, MSW management state by state,
and compounds and metals for groundwater detection
monitoring.
                              09/15/1993
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
Regulations Affecting Generators and
Transporters (40 CFR 262 and 263);
Explanation of Revisions in Reporting
Burden Estimates _
Discusses paperwork involved in documenting the gen-
eration, transportation, and disposal of hazardous wastes
so liability for mishandling can be established. Amends
previous submission, based on revised estimates, as com-
panion regulations defining hazardous wastes to be cov-
ered by RCRA were not completed.
                             03/25/1980
The Resource Conservation
Challenge: What Can You Save
Today? —An Update	

Provides an update to EPA's Resource Conservation
Challenge (RCC), a major national effort to find flexible
yet more protective ways to conserve our valuable
resources through waste reduction and energy recovery
activities that will improve public health and the envi-
ronment.
                              06/15/2003
Resource Management: Innovative
Solid Waste Contracting Methods

Developed by EPA's WasteWise Program, this manual
explains the demonstrated additional cost savings and
improved waste reduction through an innovative con-
tracting strategy coined "resource management" (RM).
Guides WasteWise partners and other organizations
through the process of establishing a baseline for current
waste streams, issuing a request for proposals (RFP), and
designing a comprehensive waste management contract
that utilizes RM. Appendices provide useful examples,
such as a Request for Proposal template and compensa-
tion options.
                              05/15/2003
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
Regulations Affecting Generators and
Transporters (40 CFR 262 and 263);
Explanation of Revisions in Reporting
Burden Estimates _
Discusses paperwork involved in documenting the gen-
eration, transportation, and disposal of hazardous wastes
so liability for mishandling can be established. Amends
previous submission, based on revised estimates, as com-
panion regulations defining hazardous wastes to be cov-
ered by RCRA were not completed.
                             03/25/1950
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Newly Listed Wastes
and Hazardous Debris Proposed Rule;
Capacity-Related Comments
Provides EPA's support and rationale for LDRs of newly
listed wastes and hazardous debris. Summarizes and
responds to comments. Divides comment responses into
categories: available commercial combustion capacity;
pen-oleum refining wastes; other newly listed wastes;
mixed RCRA and radioactive waste; hazardous debris;
and K061, K062, and F006.
(EPA530-R-97-039)             06/15/1992
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       Titles
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Second Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related
Comments	

Presents EPA's responses to comments submitted on the
proposed LDR for Second Third waste codes and general
BOAT technologies. Topics covered include general BDAT
technologies, F024, inorganic pigment wastes (K009-K010)
organophosphorus wastes, phthalate wastes, and cyanide
wastes (K011, K013, K014, K043, K028, K029, K095, K096,
K027, K111-K116, U221, and U223).
(EPA530-SW-89-048D)          06/08/1989
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Second Third Land
Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments

Presents EPA's responses to 13 comments received on the
adequacy of the national capacity to accommodate
wastes requiring alternative management techniques.
Issues include leachate and derived-from wastes,
cyanide-bearing wastes, lab pack wastes, solids incinera-
tion capacity, and available treatment capacity.
(EPA530-SW-89-048E)          06/08/1989
 Response to Comments Background
 Document for the Second Third Land
 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
 Volume 3: Policy Related Comments

 Presents comment summaries and EPA's responses to the
 proposed rule to prohibit land disposal of restricted haz-
 ardous wastes {54 FR 1056).
 (EPA530-SW-89-048C)           06/08/1989
                 Response to Comments Background
                 Document for the Third Third Land
                 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                 Volume 1: BDAT Related Comments
                 (Complete Set)	

                 Presents comments submitted on proposed LDRs for
                 waste code and general BDAT technologies as well as
                 issues which relate to Third Third Wastes Treatment
                 Standards. Three volumes in multi-part sections.
                 (EPA530-SW-90-061)            05/08/1990
                 Response to Comments Background
                 Document for the Third Third Land
                 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                 Volume 1-A-1: BDAT Related Comments;
                 General BDAT Issues	

                 Presents comments submitted on proposed LDRs for
                 waste code and general BDAT technologies, as well as
                 issues which relate to Third Third Wastes Treatment
                 Standards. Volume includes request for data, handling of
                 data, availability of technology and practical quantifica-
                 tion limits.
                 (EPA530-SW-90-061A)          05/08/1990
                 Response to Comments Background
                 Document for the Third Third Land
                 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                 Volume 1-A-2: BDAT Related Comments;
                 General BDAT Issues	

                 Presents comments submitted on general BDAT tech-
                 nologies. Includes practical quantification limits, waste
                 waters and nonwastewaters, grab and composite sam-
                 ples, quantification complications for P and U wastes,
                 and soil and debris.
                 (EPA530-SW-90-061B)          05/08/1990
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Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-A-3: BDAT Related  Comments;
General BDAT Issues	
Addresses comments submitted on proposed LDRs for
waste codes and general BDAT technologies and issues
relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Standards.
Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA530-SW-90-061C)          05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-B: BDAT Related Comments;
D001: Characteristic Iqnitable Wastes
Contains comments on D001, including treatment issues
concerning aqueous wastes in ignitable liquids and
ignitable compressed gases, and deactivation treatment
standards. Definitions of subcategories, and dilution are
also included.
(EPA530-SW-90-061D)         05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-C BDAT Related Comments;
D002: Characteristic Corrosive Wastes
Provides EPA's support and rationale for Third Third
LDRs. Summarizes and responds to comments on D002.
Discussion includes proposed pH requirements, pro-
posed insoluble salt requirements, incineration, dilution,
and miscellaneous issues.
(EPA530-SW-90-061E)          05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-D: BDAT Related Comments;
D003: Characteristic Reactive Wastes and
P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
Listing Constituents	
Addresses comments submitted on proposed LDRs for
waste codes and general BDAT technologies as well as
issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Standards.
Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA530-SW-90-061F)          05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-E: BDAT Related Comments;
D004: Characteristic Wastes for Arsenic
and K, P, and U Wastes Containing
Arsenic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes
for Selenium _
Provides EPA's support and rationale for Third Third
LDRs. Summarizes and responds to comments on D004
and D010. Covers aqueous wastes and vitrification, air
emissions, scrubbers, hexafluoroarsenate, segregation of
arsenic wastes, chemical fixation, and inconsistent stan-
dards.
(EPA530-SW-90-061G)         05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-F: BDAT Related Comments;
D005: Characteristic Wastes for Barium
and P013; and D006: Characteristic
Wastes for Cadmium
Addresses comments submitted on proposed LDRs for
waste codes and general BDAT technologies and issues
relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Standards.
Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA530-SW-90-061H)          05/08/1990
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       Titles
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-G: BDAT Related Comments;
D007: Characteristic Wastes for
Chromium	
Addresses comments submitted on proposed LDRs for
waste codes and general BDAT technologies and issues
relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Standards.
Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA530-SW-90-061I)           05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-H: BDAT Related Comments;
D008: Characteristic Wastes for Lead and
P and U Wastes Containing Lead	
Addresses comments submitted on proposed LDRs for
waste codes and general BDAT technologies and issues
relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Standards.
Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA530-SW-90-Q61J)          05/08/1990
                 Response to Comments Background
                 Document for the Third Third Land
                 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                 Volume 1-J: BDAT Related Comments;
                 Mixed Radioactive Hazardous Wastes;
                 Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes;
                 Halogenated Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-
                 Halogenated Aromatic  U Wastes; F002-
                 F005: Solvents; F006: Electroplating
                 Wastewater Treatment Sludges; and
                 F019: Aluminum Conversion Coating
                 Treatment Sludges	
                 Incorporates the final response to BDAT-related com-
                 ments pertinent to the following waste codes: F002 to
                 F005 (solvents), F006 (electroplating wastewater treat-
                 ment sludges), and F019 (aluminum conversion coating
                 treatment sludges), mixed radioactive hazardous wastes,
                 polynuclear aromatic U wastes, halogenated aliphatic U
                 wastes, and non-halogenated aromatic U wastes.
                 (EPA530-SW-90-061L)           05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-1: BDAT Related Comments;
D009: Characteristic Wastes for Mercury
and P and U Wastes Containing Mercury;
K045, K046, and K047: Wastes From the
Manufacturing and Processing of
Explosives; D011: Characteristic Wastes
for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium
Containing Wastes; and P and U Wastes
Containing Thallium	
Addresses comments submitted on proposed LDRs for
waste codes and general BDAT technologies and issues
relating to Third Third waste treatment standards.
Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA530-SW-90-061K)          05/08/1990
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Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments;
F025: Wastes From the Production of
Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008:
Inorganic Pigments; K011, K013, K014:
Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms from
Benzyl Chloride; K046: Wastewater
Treatment Sludges From Manufacturing,
Formulating, and Loading of Lead-Based
Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead
Smelting	
Incorporates the final response to BDAT comments perti-
nent to the following waste codes: F025 (wastes from
production of chlorinated aliphatics), K002-K008 (inor-
ganic pigments), K011/K013/K014 (acrylonitrile), K015
(still bottoms from benzyl chloride), K021 (spent antimo-
ny catalyst), K046 (wastewater treatment sludges from
manufacturing, etc., of lead-based initiating compounds),
K060 (ammonia still lime sludge), K061 (electric arc fur-
nace dust) and K069  (emission control dust/sludge from
secondary lead smelting).
(EPA530-SW-90-061M)         05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-L: BDAT Related Comments;
K071 and K106: Mercury Cell Process
Wastes; K086: Residues From Ink
Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
Incorporates the final response to BDAT comments perti-
nent to the following codes: K071, K106 (mercury cell
process wastes), and K086 (residues from ink production
wastes containing cyanide).
(EPA53Q-SW-90-061N)         05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments;
K017: Wastes From the Production of
Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095f and
K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Wastewaters Containing BDAT
Constituents; K022: Wastes From the
Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
Distillation Bottoms  From the Production
of Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater
Treatment Sludges From the Production
of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still Tails
from the Production of Methyl Ethyl
Pyridine;  K083:  Distillation Bottoms from
the Production  of Aniline Oxygenated
Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P
Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons	
Incorporates final response to BDAT comments pertinent
to following codes: K017 (wastes from production of epy-
chlorohydrin), K028 to K029 and K095 to K096 (produc-
tion of 1,1,1-trichloroethane wastewaters), K022 (wastes
from phenol/acetone), K025 (distillation bottoms from
production of nitrobenzene), K035 (wastewater treatment
sludges from production of creosote), K026 (stripping
still tails-production of methyl ethyl pyridine), K083 (dis-
tillation bottoms-production of aniline oxygenated
hydrocarbons and heterocyclic U and P wastes), and
F024 (production of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons).
(EPA530-SW-90-061O)         05/08/1990
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Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-N: BDAT Related Comments;
Halogenated Organic, Pharmaceutical,
Brominated Organic, Organo-Siilfur
Compounds, and Organo-Nitrogen
Compound Wastes; and Halogenated
Pesticide and Chlorobenzene, Halogenated
Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes	
Provides EPA's support and rationale for Third Third
LDRs. Summarizes and responds to comments.
Discusses standards for drinking water levels, opera-
tional requirements on waste incinerators, thermal treat-
ment, analytical issues, and more.
(EPA530-SW-90-061P)         05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-O: BDAT Related Comments;
K048-K052: Petroleum Refining Industry
Wastes; K036: Organophosphorus Wastes
(Nonwastewaters); K037: Wastewater
Treatment Sludges From the Production
of Disulfoton	
Provides EPA's support and rationale for Third Third
LDRs. Summarizes and responds to comments. Sub-
issues include solvent extraction, incineration, requests
for Agency evaluation, and support for regulatory frame-
work.
(EPA530-SW-90-061Q)          05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-P: BDAT Related Comments;
Leachates	
Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third
LDRs. Summarizes and responds to comments. Issues
include options for multisource leachate, industry stan-
dards and permitting, and analysis and monitoring.
(EPA530-SW-90-061R)          05/08/1990
                 Response to Comments Background
                 Document for the Third Third Land
                 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                 Volume 1-Q: BDAT Related Comments;
                 Gases	
                 Provides EPA's support and rationale for Third Third
                 LDRs. Summarizes and responds to comments. Includes
                 sub-issues such as numerical standards for gas wastes in
                 non-gaseous forms, thermal and caustic solution destruc-
                 tion, and treatment methods of nonwastewaters.
                 (EPA530-SW-90-061S)           05/08/1990
                 Response to Comments Background
                 Document for the Third Third Land
                 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                 Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments
                 (Complete Set)	
                 Provides EPA's support and rationale for Third Third
                 LDRs. Summarizes and responds to comments. Consists
                 of three volumes in multi-part sections.
                 (EPA530-SW-90-063)           05/08/1990
                 Response to Comments Background
                 Document for the Third Third Land
                 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                 Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
                 Presents EPA's responses to comments on the back-
                 ground document for Third Third LDRs relating to
                 capacity. Topics covered include combustion, D001
                 ignitable characteristic wastes, D002 corrosive character-
                 istic wastes, D003 reactive characteristic wastes, arsenic
                 and selenium wastes, lead and K061 wastes.
                 (EPA530-SW-90-063A)         05/08/1990
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 Response to Comments Background
 Document for the Third Third Land
 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
 Volume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments
 Presents EPA's responses to comments on the back-
 ground document for Third Third LDRs related to capac-
 ity. Topics covered include mercury wastes; F, K, U, and
 P wastes; K048 to K052 wastes; deep well injected
 wastes; and other metals.
 (EPA53Q-SW-90-063B)          05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 2-3: Capacity Related Comments
Responds to commenters on background documents for
Third Third LDRs relating to capacity. Chapter 13 dis-
cusses multisource leachate, and Chapter 14 covers
mixed RCRA and radioactive wastes. Chapter 15 reports
on lab packs, Chapter 16 covers soil and debris, and
Chapter 17 includes miscellaneous capacity comments.
(EB4530-SW-90-063O          05/08/1990
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 3: Policy Related Comments
Presents summary of and responses to comments
received by EPA regarding the proposed rule to prohibit
land disposal of Third Third wastes.
(EPA530-SW-90-064)            05/08/1990
 Response to Comments Document for
 Land Disposal Restrictions Phase IV:
 Treatment Standards for Wood
 Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction
 and Streamlining, Exemptions From  RCRA
 for Certain Processed Materials, and
 Miscellaneous Hazardous Waste
 Provisions; Final Rule	

 Contains responses to public comments on issues
 addressed in the final rulemaking establishing treatment
 standards for wood preserving wastes. Divides com-
 ments into categories: maximum acceptable concentra-
 tions for constituents in wastes entering surface
 impoundments; changes to 40 CFR Part 268 regulatory
 language; the three proposed options for addressing the
 risks due to cross-media releases in Subtitle D surface
 impoundments that manage decharacterized wastes;
 additions of universal treatment standards constituents
 to the list of F039 regulated constituents; testing of
 underlying hazardous constituent levels in wastes at the
 point of generation; polymerization treatment for certain
 wastes; exclusion of processed scrap metal and con-
 tainerized shredded circuit boards that are being recy-
 cled; alternative combustion standards for wood preserv-
 ing wastes; similarity between F032 and F024; regulation
 of arsenic and chromium in  wood preserving wastes;
 regulation of dioxins and furans in wood preserving
wastes; calculation of treatment standards for regulating
various constituents in wood pre-serving wastes; waste-
water treatment standard; wood preserving waste conta-
minated media and remediation; dioxin and furan stig-
ma and capacity issues; and comments on the regulatory
impact analysis.
 (EPA530-R-97-027)              04/15/1997
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Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions Phase IV: Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes (Complete Set)	
Contains responses to public comments received on the
final rulemaking establishing treatment standards for
metal wastes, mineral processing wastes, and contami-
nated soils. Also responds to comments received on the
proposal to consider certain secondary materials from
mineral processing waste hazardous.
(EPA530-R-99-020)             04/30/1998
Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 1: Comments
Related to Phase III Proposed  Rule, March
2, 1997	
Responds to public comments relevant to foundry sand
issues,
(EPA530-R~99-Q2Qa)           04/30/1998
                Response to Comments Document: Land
                Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
                Promulgating Treatment Standards for
                Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
                Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
                Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
                and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
                Preserving Wastes; Volume 2: Comments
                Related to Phase IV Proposed Rule,
                August 22,  1995	
                Responds to public comments relating to arsenic, berylli-
                um, cadmium, chromium, lead, nickel, selenium, silver,
                vanadium, zinc, and general metals treatment standards;
                state authorization; and foundry sand, slag, and toxicity
                characteristic issues. Addresses LDR and the hazardous
                waste identification rule, underlying hazardous waste
                constituents, and miscellaneous topics. Examines the
                wood preserving wastewater exclusion.
                (EPA530-R-99-020b)           04/30/1998
                Response to Comments Document: Land
                Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
                Promulgating Treatment Standards for
                Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
                Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
                Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
                and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
                Preserving Wastes; Volume 3: Comments
                Related to First Supplemental Proposed
                Rule, January 25, 1996	
                Responds to public comments related to state authoriza-
                tion; beryllium, chromium, vanadium, zinc, and general
                metals treatment standards; and manufactured gas plant
                issues. Addresses LDR and the hazardous waste identifi-
                cation rule.
                (EPA530-R-99-020c)            04/30/1998
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Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV; Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 4: Comments
Related to First Notice of Data
Availability, May 10, 1996	
Responds to public comments related to lead and silver
treatment standards. Addresses the wood preserving
wastewater exclusion and miscellaneous issues.
(EPA530-R-99-020d)            04/30/1998
Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 5: Comments
Related to Second Notice of Data
Availability, March 5, 1997	
Responds to public comments addressing the addition of
iron filings to foundry sand.
(EPA530-R-99-020e)           04/30/1998
Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 6: Comments
Related to Second Supplemental
Proposed Rule, May 12,  1997	

Responds to public comments related to antimony, beryl-
lium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, nickel, seleni-
um, silver, vanadium, zinc, and general metals treatment
standards. Addresses comments received relating to
manufactured gas plant, thallium, contaminated soil, and
LDR and hazardous waste identification rule issues.
Considers underlying hazardous constituents, under-
ground injection, and the wood preserving wastewater
exclusion.
(EPA530-R-99-020/)            04/30/1998
Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 7: Comments
Related to Treatment Standards for
Contaminated Soils	
Responds to public comments related to contaminated
soil issues. Addresses minimum treatment standards for
contaminated media and hazardous soil.
(EPA530-R-99-020g)            04/30/1998
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Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions Phase IV: Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled  Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 8: Comments
Related to Regulatory Impact Analysis for
Newly Identified Mineral Processing
Waste Issues Raised in First Supplemental
Proposed Rulef January 25, 1996	
Responds to public comments related to the adequacy of
the regulatory impact analysis for newly identified min-
eral processing waste issues in the first supplemental
proposed rule. Addresses comments about the proposed
regulatory requirements and predicted responses.
Answers comments received on the cost analysis, specific
mining sectors and facilities, and risk assessment.
(EPA530-R-99-020H)            04/30/1998
Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions Phase IV: Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 9: Comments
Related to Regulatory Impact Analysis for
Newly Identified Mineral Processing Waste
Issues Raised in Second Supplemental
Proposed Rule, May 12, 1997	
Addresses public comments concerning cost methodolo-
gy, risk methodology, costs of alternative feedstock pro-
posal, economic impacts, benefits and risk results, and
the regulatory flexibility analysis.
(EPA530-R~99-Q20i)            04/30/1998
                Response to Comments Document: Land
                Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
                Promulgating Treatment Standards for
                Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
                Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
                Treatment  Standards for Hazardous Soils,
                and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
                Preserving  Wastes; Volume 10: Comments
                Related to  Regulatory Impact Analysis for
                TC-Metal Hazardous Waste Issues Raised
                in Original Proposed Rule, August 22,
                1995, and in  Second Supplemental
                Proposed Rule, May 12,  1997	
                Reviews public comments relevant to the toxicity charac-
                teristic metals requirements and provides EPA's rationale
                for reaching its conclusions.
                (EPA530-R-99-Q20J)            04/30/1998
                Response to Comments Document: Land
                Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
                Promulgating Treatment Standards for
                Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
                Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
                Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
                and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
                Preserving Wastes; Volume 11: Comments
                Related to Newly Identified Mineral
                Processing Waste Treatment Standards,
                Grab Versus Composite Sampling,
                Radioactive Mixed  TC-Metal Wastes, and
                Sulfide Waste Issues	
                Responds to public comments relevant to appropriate sam-
                pling methods, treatment standards for newly identified
                mineral processing wastes, radioactive waste mixed with
                toxicity characteristic metal wastes, sulfide waste issues.
                (EPA530-R-99-020k)            04/30/1998
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Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 12: Comments
Related to Capacity Analysis for Newly
Identified Toxicity Characteristic Metal
Wastes and Mineral Processing Wastes
Summarizes and responds to public comments relevant
to surface-disposed required and available treatment
capacity. Addresses general comments on treatment
capacity, specific comments on available and required
capacity for toxicity characteristic metal wastes, and spe-
cific comments on available and required treatment
capacity for mineral processing wastes.
(EPA530-R-99-0201)             04/30/1998
Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 13: Comments
Related to First Supplemental Proposed
Rule, January 25, 1996: Clarification of
Bevill Exclusion for Mining Wastes,
Changes to the Definition of Solid Waste
for Mineral Processing Wastes, Treatment
Standards for Characteristic Mineral
Processing Wastes, and Associated Issues
Responds to public comments relevant to mineral pro-
cessing and the definition of solid waste. Addresses con-
ditions relating to legitimate recycling, concentrations of
recoverable mineral and acid alternative tests, constraints
on non-recoverable hazardous constituents, speculative
accumulation, one-time notifications, groundwater pro-
tection standards, unit closure, and basic unit integrity.
Examines general comments on alternative approaches
and Bevill issues.
(EPA530-R-99-020m)            04/30/1998
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        Titles
Response to Comments Document: Land
Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Final  Rule
Promulgating Treatment Standards for
Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion issues;
Treatment Standards for Hazardous Soils,
and Exclusion of Recycled Wood
Preserving Wastes; Volume 14: Comments
Related to Second Supplemental
Proposed Rule, May 12,  1997: Treatment
Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
Processing Wastes, Mineral Processing
and Bevill Exclusion Issues, and the Use of
Hazardous Waste as Fill	
Responds to public comments relevant to land storage of
secondary materials, including criteria for high volumes
of Bevill-exempt mining and mineral processing wastes,
containment units (tanks, containers, buildings, and
approved pads), and class of materials outside of RCRA
jurisdiction. Examines restriction on using non-Bevill
materials as alternative feedstocks and high-risk mining
wastes excluded by the Bevill Amendment. Addresses
comments on damage cases and environmental releases,
characterization of mineral processing wastes, cost of
remediation, risk posed by Bevill mining wastes, and
other comments on materials supporting the proposed
rule. Discusses comments on the mineral processing reg-
ulatory impact analysis and proposed criteria for clarify-
ing Bevill status waste.
(EPA530-R-99-020n)             04/30/1998
                  Restrictions on the Placement of
                  Nonhazardous Liquids in Hazardous
                  Waste Landfills; Statutory Interpretative
                  Guidance	
                  Explains Section 3004(c)(3) of HSWA, which restricts the
                  placement of nonhazardous liquids in hazardous waste
                  (Subtitle C) facilities. Explains the scope of the nonhaz-
                  ardous liquids provision and the overall demonstration
                  process.
                  (EPA530-S W-86-013)           04/15/1986
                  Reusable News (Winter 1990)	

                  Presents the premiere edition of the MSW Program
                  newsletter. Quarterly editions report on EPA's and oth-
                  ers' efforts to safely and effectively manage garbage.
                  Includes articles on information and exchange planning,
                  EPA headquarters' inhouse recycling program, and
                  Philadelphia's recycling program.
                                               01/15/1990
                  Reusable News (Spring  1990)	

                  Describes school recycling program in cover story. Includes
                  articles on MSW management bills in Congress, loans to
                  help small businesses curb pollution, plastic waste, how to
                  build your own compost pile, and junk mail.
                                                04/25/2990
Response to Comments Received on the
Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Soils
Proposed Rule to Support 40 CFR 268
Land Disposal Restrictions; Capacity-
Related Comments	

Summarizes and responds to comments on the national
capacity to accommodate the newly listed wastes and
hazardous soils under the LDR program. Divides com-
ments into categories: available commercial treatment
capacity, toxicity characteristic wastes, other newly listed
wastes, mixed radioactive wastes, hazardous soil conta-
minated with newly listed identified and hazardous
wastes, and hazardous debris contaminated with newly
listed identified and hazardous wastes.
(EPA530-R-97-042)              OS/25/2994
                  Reusable News (Summer 1990)    	

                  Presents the characterization of the MSW stream in the
                  cover story. Includes articles on Perm State's recycling pro-
                  ject, Rhode Island businesses, the direct marketing associ-
                  ation's response to environmental concerns, Colorado's
                  cooperative venture for increasing recycled paper procure-
                  ment, and EPA's program to reward recyclers.
                                                07/25/1990
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Reusable News (Fall 1990)
Requests public comment on paper procurement issues
in cover story. Includes articles on three new tools for
MSW managers, contractors' use of recycled paper, unit
recycling, and an innovative recycling and crime-preven-
tion program for youths.
                                20/25/1990
Reusable News (Winter 1992)	

Cover story announces EPA's options to standardize recy-
cling marketing claims. Includes articles on President
Bush's executive order requiring federal agency recycling,
community source reduction models in Illinois, and unique
solutions to MSW problems on the Alaskan Tundra.
                              '  01/15/1992
Reusable News (Winter 1991)	

Presents "The Greening of the Marketplace," the front
page story that covers initiation of a product labeling
program. Includes articles on the U.S. Postal Service's
recycling program, a used tire project in New England,
new mailing machine that stamps out waste, and guides
that explain composting fundamentals.
                                01/15/1991
Reusable News (Spring  1992)	_

Features cover story on how recycling helps the home-
less to a better life. Includes articles on waste prevention
successes, a McDonald's Corporation waste reduction
program, the Keep America Beautiful handbook, HHW
collection programs, and a midwestern conference exam-
ining the procurement of recycled
                                04/25/2992
Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)

Presents the EPA Administrator's Awards Program in the
cover story. Includes articles on a number of regional
reuse projects: "Dead Batteries Get New Life in New
York," "New Uses for Old Milk Jugs," and
"Computerized Map of Recyclables' Journey." The fea-
tured article describes how the National Park Service has
implemented a municipal solid waste management plan
and a blueprint for plastics recycling.
                                04/25/2992
Reusable News (Summer 1992)	

Highlights examples of successful MSW educational
efforts, such as the University of Wisconsin-Stevens
Point's waste management program, EPA's curriculum
tools, and the Agency's joint outreach with the U.S.
Postal Service to promote recycling. Introduces the new
feature "Taking Action," which profiles individual citi-
zens' efforts to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
                                07/25/2992
Reusable News (Fall 1991)
Presents EPA's role in market development in cover story.
Includes articles on "green" marketing issues, community
recycling, Project ROSE at Walt Disney, a Seattle compost-
ing project, and a midwestern paper purchasing program.
                                20/25/2992
                                                      Reusable News (Fall 1992)
Reports a substantial increase in MSW recovery rates and
the announcement of the Federal Trade Commission's
environmental marketing guidelines. Focuses on vehicu-
lar recycling successes such as the Maine turnpike's tick-
et reuse program and the waste reduction efforts of auto-
mobile manufacturers. Also presents EPA's new outreach
materials on leaf burning.
                                10/15/1992
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Reusable News (Winter/Spring 1993)

Celebrates the fourth anniversary of Reusable News with
a cover story on the Buy Recycled Business Alliance.
Describes Georgia's new composting program, the man-
agement of packaging waste in Europe, and the success
of federal recycling programs. Features a center-spread
on organizations engaged in materials exchange efforts.
                                04/15/1993
                    Reusable News  (Summer 1994)	

                    Features a story on steps the White House is taking to
                    cut waste, improve energy efficiency, and save money.
                    Includes articles on truth in environmental advertising, a
                    steel recycling campaign, the Westinghouse Award,
                    EPA's new recycling strategy to overcome market barri-
                    ers, perspectives on flow control, and the U.S. Supreme
                    Court's decision on waste-to-energy ash.
                                                   07/15/1994
Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1993)	
Cover story describes how recycling offers opportunities
for economic development. Includes articles on grocery
store composting, paper procurement guidelines, an
annual HHW conference, bottle deposit systems, the
degradable ring rule, the extension of small landfills, and
international packaging legislation.
                                10/15/1993
Reusable News (Winter 1994)	

Focuses on EPA's WasteWise program for reducing busi-
ness solid waste. Discusses President Clinton's Executive
Order on procurement priorities. Announces EPA's joint
project with Keep America Beautiful to raise awareness
of the need to buy goods made from recycled materials.
Includes an order form for new EPA publications on
waste reduction and an electronic reference manual.
                                01/15/1994
Reusable News (Spring 1994)	

Announces EPA's Jobs Through Recycling Initiative, link-
ing environmental and economic priorities. Includes arti-
cles on managing disaster debris, landfill permitting pro-
grams, markets for old corrugated containers, paint recy-
cling, media buying-recycled campaign, waste preven-
tion activities in New York City and Seattle, and the
degradable ring rule.
                                04/25/1994
                    Reusable News (Fall 1994)
                   Features EPA's JTR initiative, EPA's program to expand
                   markets for recycled materials, stimulate economic
                   development, and create jobs in the recycling industry.
                   Includes articles on Keep America Beautiful's "buy recy-
                   cled" campaign, the Recycling Technology Assistance
                   Partnership National Network, recycling packaging
                   foam, and composting. Announces the online availability
                   of Reusable News.
                                                   10/15/1994
                    Reusable News (Winter 1995)	

                    Reports on MSW generation and recovery rates. Features
                    an interview with the Federal Environmental Executive.
                    Includes articles on Washington state's "buy-recycled"
                    campaign, C&D waste reduction, and EPA's Source
                    Reduction Mega Match program. Includes an insert list-
                    ing EPA publications on MSW.
                                                   01/25/2995
                    Reusable News (Spring  1995)	
                    Focuses on HHW. Includes articles on the McDonald's
                    Corporation's "buy-recycled" campaign and waste
                    reduction efforts, paper procurement guidelines, plastics
                    recycling, and life cycle analysis.
                                                   04/25/2995
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Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1995)	

Presents the Chicago Board of Trade Recyclables
Exchange in cover story. Inside articles cover EPA's
Paper-Less office campaign, bulk mail recycling, cooper-
ative recycling in Brazil, waste reduction at Hollywood
studios, unit pricing and FCA forum, and EPA's issuing
of a final CPG.
                               09/15/2995
Reusable News Bulletin
(November/December 1995)	

Shortened version of Reusable News (due to budgetary
constraints) provides articles on first-year results of
EPA's WasteWise program, the September 1995 satellite
forum on FCA and PAYT service fees, EPA's proposed
criteria and procedures for the review and approval of
state and tribal municipal solid waste landfill permit pro-
grams, and the 2-year extension for complying with
RCRA Subtitle D regulations for small MSW landfills
located in arid or remote areas. Includes 1996 list of
MSW publications.
                                12/15/1995
Reusable News (Winter 1996)	

Focuses on the benefits of source reduction on global cli-
mate by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Defines
greenhouse gases. Includes articles on EPA's first satellite
forum on solid waste issues, the successful first year of
EPA's WasteWise program, the National Park Service's
procurement of re-refined oil for its fleet of vehicles, EPA
sessions at the National Recycling Coalition Congress,
clothing made from waste, EPA workshops on the PAYT
concept, and the extension of the effective date for com-
plying with RCRA Subtitle D regulations to small land-
fills in dry and remote areas. Announces new resources.
                                02/15/2996
Reusable News Bulletin (April/May 1996)

Provides article on agencies awarded for their achieve-
ments in recycling, waste reduction, and buying recy-
cled. Summarizes the second Source Reduction
Roundtable. Announces the establishment of the Reuse
Development Organization to foster information sharing
among reuse businesses like Goodwill and Habitat for
Humanity. Highlights new resources on buying recycled
and recycling resources on the Internet.
                                05/25/2996
Reusable News Bulletin (June/July 1996)

Includes articles on the nation's attainment of the 25 per-
cent recycling goal, EPA's update to the paper procure-
ment guideline, exchanging recyclables on the Internet,
the Northeast Recycling Council forum spurring recy-
cling markets, and Keep America Beautiful's 1996 Build
America Beautiful Awards. Announces new resources.
                                07/25/2996
Reusable News Bulletin
(August/September 1996)	

Focuses on the expected awarding of grants by EPA's
JTR program. Contains a report on the FCA roundtable
held by the International City/County Management
Association and articles on the celebration of the second
anniversary of EPA's WasteWise program, the peanut
pipeline (i.e., a hotline referring callers to businesses that
accept plastic peanuts for recycling), financial assurance
requirements for landfills, recycling of old mattresses, the
meeting of Industrial D stakeholders, new flexibility for
small MSW landfills in dry or remote areas, and manag-
ing solid waste on tribal lands. Includes resources.
                                09/25/2996
Reusable News Bulletin (January/February
1996)	
Presents articles updating EPA's JTR program, announc-
ing the establishment of the Buy Recycled Training
Institute and the nationwide expansion of the Recycling
Hotline, and highlighting new publications.
                                02/15/1996
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Reusable News (November/December
1996)	

Features the benefits of recycling. Includes articles on the
proposed newly designated items for the CPG, increased
savings documented in the WasteWise program's second
annual report, the satellite forum on FCA, a workshop on
extended product responsibility, progress in developing
guidelines for managing industrial nonhazardous waste
in land-based disposal units, and new flexibility for small
municipal solid waste landfills. Includes source reduction
tips for the holidays. Highlights new resources.
                                 22/15/3996
Reusable News (Spring 1997)	

Focuses on EPA's solid waste sites available on the
Internet. Also announces the Reusable News List Server
and provides instructions for subscribing to this service.
Includes articles on the success of EPA's JTR program,
WasteWise partners' success stories shared at regional
forums, savings by improving cost effectiveness of collec-
tion of residential solid waste and recyclables, cooling the
greenhouse effect by establishing two wood reclamation
facilities to make value-added products from reclaimed
wood, and the results of a reader survey. Includes
resources and the 1997 List of MSW Publications.
                                04/25/1997
Reusable News (Summer 1997)	

Highlights EPA grants awarded by the JTR program.
Announces WasteWise program's expansion to include
tribal, state, and local government partners. Includes
articles on EPA's participation in the effort for "America
Recycles Day;" the drop in MSW generation in 1995;
extended product responsibility, sharing responsibility
for products' impacts; innovative uses of compost; PAYT
success stories; and the 1997 Paper Summit. Describes
the revised web page for the WasteWise program.
Includes new resources.
                                07/25/2997
                    Reusable News (Fall  1997)
                    Highlights "America Recycles Day." Includes articles on
                    the Get in the Loop Project, an EPA-funded initiative in
                    King County, Washington, to increase the purchase of
                    recycled products; the availability of the recycling mea-
                    surement guide; record-setting waste reductions in
                    Loveland, Colorado; a new tool for measuring source
                    reduction potential; tips for recycling market develop-
                    ment; the continuing Environmental Defense Fund's buy-
                    recycled consumer awareness campaign; EPA participa-
                    tion at the National Recycling Coalition's annual confer-
                    ence; training provided by EPA-sponsored Buy Recycled
                    Institute; and honoring WasteWise government and busi-
                    ness partners. Includes descriptions of new EPA resources.
                                                    10/15/1997
                    Reusable News (Winter  1998)	

                    Focuses on the benefits of recycling, such as cost-effec-
                    tive methods of managing MSW, the provision of raw
                    materials to manufacturers, and job creation and eco-
                    nomic development. Includes articles on EPA's designa-
                    tion of 12 new recycled-content products in the second
                    CPG, new national recycling and waste prevention goals
                    set by EPA, the successful use in Pennsylvania of EPA's
                    recycling measurement method,  and donation of medical
                    supplies. Announces upcoming recycling investment
                    forums and the consolidation of  solid waste grant fund-
                    ing that eases the application process. Contains sum-
                    maries of the waste management, waste prevention, and
                    recycling initiatives of EPA's regional offices and infor-
                    mation on the strengthening of WasteWise partner net-
                    works. Includes information on new resources.
                                                    02/25/2 99S
                    Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1998)

                    Focuses on the national recycling workshop sponsored
                    by the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
                    Features articles on the continuing upward trend of the
                    national recycling rate, deconstruction as an alternative
                    to demolition, America Recycles Day, and EPA's green
                    space in the new Ronald Reagan Building. Summarizes
                    the new report characterizing building-related construc-
                    tion and demolition debris. Announces new publications,
                    web sites, and software. Includes a news report from the
                    WasteWise program.
                                                    07/15/1998
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Reusable News (Fall 1998)
Reusable News, (Fall 2001)
Focuses on market development and EPA's JTR program.
Features the Reuse Development Corporation (ReDO),
an EPA grantee, providing a nonprofit resource informa-
tion network for reuse programs; lists successful reuse
programs. Also contains articles on EPA's MSW tribal
program, how the Hopi Tribe is preserving their culture
and the environment with their clothing manufacturing
company, the resumption of a recycling program in the
District of Columbia, and building bridges with recov-
ered plastic. Includes news from the WasteWise program.
Announces the PAYT startup  video and new publica-
tions, web sites, software, and list servers.
                                10/15/1998
Reusable News (Winter 1999)	

Highlights solid waste education, with articles featuring
EPA programs, as well as other successful initiatives at
the national, state, and local level. Includes stories about
the benefits of food recovery, recycling investment
forums, the active program to encourage household recy-
cling in Aberdeen, Maryland, and a new Executive Order
that builds markets for recycled products. Announces
new publications and web sites.
                                02/15/2999
Reusable News (Fall 1999)   	

Highlights America Recycles Day, which emphasized the
importance of buying recycled-content products and
recycling to conserve resources for future generations.
Includes stories on the continuing rise in the national
recycling rate and waste reduction record setters.
Includes resources.
                                10/15/2999
Focuses on the link between climate change and waste
management. Articles highlight activities and programs
with a direct impact on greenhouse gas emission reduc-
tion: initiatives to recycle electronics and carpets, com-
posting food waste at Los Angeles International Airport,
using compost in roadside landscaping, and General
Motors' Resource Management program to look for ways
to operate more efficiently by reducing or recycling dis-
carded materials.
                                10/25/2001
                                                       Reusable News, (Spring 2002) _ _
                                                       Focuses on the link between climate change and waste
                                                       management. Features the partnership of WasteWise
                                                       with the Climate Neutral Network. Addresses the energy
                                                       benefits of recycling.
                                                                                      04/25/2002
Reusable News,  (Spring 2003)	

Features the Resource Conservation Challenge, a "chal-
lenge" to large and small businesses, manufacturers, con-
sumers, communities, youth—all Americans—to do
more to reduce waste, cut greenhouse gas emissions,
recover energy, and protect valuable natural resources.
Also contains articles on new studies that measure the
extent and benefits of recycling, green buildings, and
summarizes a satellite forum featuring "Waste
Prevention Trend Setters."
                                 04/25/2003
 Reusable News, (Fall 2000)
Focuses on the connection between solid waste and glob-
al climate change. Defines greenhouse gases and sug-
gests way to reduce them. Discusses the impact of'land-
fills as well as composting on greenhouse gas emissions.
Gives additional resources and information on the topic.
                                10/15/2000
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Revised Implementation Strategy for City
of Chicago v. EDF Municipal Waste
Combustion  Ash Supreme Court  Decision;
Memorandum	

Revises implementation strategy released May 27,1994.
Discusses the May 2,1994, U.S. Supreme Court opinion,
which states that Section 3001(1) of RCRA does not
exempt ash generated at resource recovery facilities (i.e.,
waste-to-energy facilities) burning household wastes and
nonhazardous commercial wastes from the hazardous
waste requirements of Subtitle C of RCRA. Examines
EPA's strategy for helping waste-to-energy facilities com-
ply with the RCRA Subtitle C requirements.
                               03/22/1995
Risk Burn Guidance for Hazardous Waste
Combustion Facilities	

Contains EPA's recommendations regarding stack emis-
sions tests which may be performed at hazardous waste
combustion facilities for the purpose of supporting
multi-pathway, site-specific risk assessments, where such
a risk assessment has been determined to be necessary
by the permit authority. Addresses risk assessment stack
emission data needs, risk burns, dioxin and furans emis-
sions, other organic emissions, metal emissions, hydro-
gen chloride/chlorine emissions and particle size distrib-
ution, data analysis, and risk-based permit conditions.
Appendices contain risk burn conditions and permit lim-
its for example facilities and sampling and analysis.
Includes references and a list of acronyms.
                               07/15/2001
Risky Business? An Overview of Risk
Assessment and RCRA	

Defines risk. Discusses how risk assessment is used by
the EPA to analyze the potential for adverse human
health or ecological effects due to the presence of toxic
chemicals in the environment. Addresses how risks are
assessed. Describes how risk management is distin-
guished from risk assessment.
                               12/15/2000
                    *Rules Changed To Help Accelerate
                    Lead-based Paint Removal	

                    Announces rule to reduce costs and remove obstacles
                    associated with the disposal of residential lead-based
                    paint. Allows residential lead-based paint waste that is
                    exempted from hazardous waste management require-
                    ments as household waste to be disposed of in construc-
                    tion and demolition landfills. Only available on the
                    Internet at .
                                                  6/15/2003
                   Rules for Hazardous Waste Tank Systems

                   Provides an overview of EPA's revised hazardous waste
                   tank system regulations, promulgated on July 14,1986.
                   Geared primarily to owners and operators of hazardous
                   waste tank systems, and to federal, state and local gov-
                   ernment officials who are responsible for regulating sys-
                   tems. Summarizes important program elements and
                   answers frequently asked questions.
                                                  01/15/1988
                   Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The
                   Federal Regulations for Landfills	

                   Summarizes the federal regulations covering landfill
                   location, operation, and design, groundwater monitoring
                   and corrective action, closure and postclosure care, and
                   financial assurance. Gives owners and operators and
                   local officials dates for compliance and additional
                   sources of information.
                                                  03/15/1993
                   Science Fair Fun: Designing
                   Environmental Science Projects	

                   Provides students in grades 6-8 with ideas and resources
                   for developing environmental science fair projects, focus-
                   ing specifically on reducing, reusing, and recycling waste
                   materials. Defines the EPA as well as provides sample
                   projects and experiment tips. Also available in Spanish.
                                                  12/15/2000
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Screening Level Ecological Risk
Assessment Protocol for Hazardous Waste
Combustion Facilities: Peer Draft Review
(Complete Set)	

Provides guidance to EPA regions and state governments
on how to best implement RCRA and other EPA regula-
tions to facilitate permitting decisions for hazardous
waste combustion facilities. Addresses facility characteri-
zation, including compiling basic facility data, identify-
ing emission sources and compounds of potential con-
cern (COPC), estimating COPC concentrations for non-
detects, and concentrations detected in blanks. Discusses
air dispersion and deposition modeling, problem formu-
lation, analysis (exposure assessment and assessment of
toxicity), and risk characterization. Includes references
and appendix. Also available on CD-ROM.
(EPA530-D-99-001)              11/15/1999
Screening Level Ecological Risk
Assessment Protocol for Hazardous Waste
Combustion Facilities: Peer Draft Review;
Volume One	

Provides guidance to EPA regions and state governments
on how to best implement RCRA and other EPA regula-
tions to facilitate permitting decisions for hazardous
waste combustion facilities. Addresses facility characteri-
zation, including compiling basic facility data, identify-
ing emission sources and compounds of potential con-
cern {COPC), estimating COPC concentrations for non-
detects, and concentrations detected in blanks. Discusses
air dispersion and deposition modeling, problem formu-
lation, analysis (exposure assessment and assessment of
toxicity), and risk characterization. Includes references,
tables and figures.
(EPA530-D-99-Q01a)                11/15/1999
Screening Level  Ecological Risk
Assessment Protocol for Hazardous Waste
Combustion Facilities: Peer Draft Review;
Volume Two: Appendix A	

Provides guidance to EPA regions and state governments
on how to best implement RCRA and other EPA regula-
tions to facilitate permitting decisions for hazardous
waste combustion facilities, Contains chemical specific
data. Provides information on chemicals for considera-
tion as compounds of potential concern and compound
specific parameter values. Includes references.
(EPA530-D-99-001b)             11/15/1999
Second Report to Congress: Resource
Recovery and Source Reduction	

Reviews EPA's programs related to the conservation of
energy and material resources including environmental
and economic impacts. Examines effects of several exist-
ing federal policies and programs on the use of virgin
and recycled material. Studies automobiles, packaging,  .
beverage containers, and rubber tires.
(EPASW-353)     .              01/15/1974



Sensitive Environments and the Siting of
Hazardous Waste Management Facilities

Discusses sensitive types of environments that pose spe-
cial challenges to the siting, expansion, and operation of
RCRA hazardous waste management facilities. Defines
floodplains, wetlands, ground water, earthquake zones,
karst soils, unstable terrain, unfavorable weather loca-
tions, and incompatible land use. Addresses problems
and recommendations for each environmental type. Also
available in Spanish.
                       ;       05/15/1997
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Service-Learning: Education Beyond the
Classroom	

Defines service-learning as an educational experience
that combines academic knowledge with service and
personal reflection. Encourages environmental service in
solid and hazardous waste areas; links these experiences
to positive behavioral changes, such as recycling and
waste prevention; and demonstrates how the skills that
students acquire can be a stepping stone to an environ-
mental career. Contains profiles of service-learning pro-
jects organized by grade level into two categories:
school-based and community programs. Includes contact
for each project. Lists national organizations that are
involved in coordinating or funding service-learning
projects. Included in the Your Life, Your World, Your
Choices: Everything You Do Can Make a Difference Kit.
                                08/15/2002
Si lo lira, Se io Toma (Spanish Translation
of You Dump It,  You Drink It)	
El cartel esta disenado para las estaciones de gasolina.
Anima a clientes que cambian su propio aceite del motor
para disponer de il correctamente. En ingles en dorso.
                                25/02/2003
Si lo lira, Se lo Toma: Recicle el Aceite
Usado de Motor (Spanish Translation of
You Dump It,  You Drink It: Recycle Used
Motor Oil)     	
Folleto para los consumidores que cambian su propio
aceite del motor. Describe cdmo disponer correctamente
del aceite usado. En ingles en dorso.
                                15/02/2003
                   jSigue el Rastro! (Spanish Translation of
                   Follow That Trail!)	
                   Este libro de actividad para grados K-3 es parte de el
                   Club de los Protectores del Planeta. Los estudiantes
                   siguen el rastro a travez de un laberinto y otras activi-
                   dades divertidas para averiguar donde las botellas y
                   latas van despues de ser recicladas y otros factores acerca
                   de la conservacion de recursos.
                                                  15/09/1998
                   Sites for Our Solid Waste: A Guidebook
                   for Effective Public Involvement	
                   Provides information for the public, public officials, and
                   industry professionals to find waste sites that are both
                   technically sound and socially acceptable. Encourages
                   public involvement.
                                                  04/35/2990
                   Site-Specific Flexibility Requests for
                   Municipal Solid Waste Landfills in  Indian
                   Country; Draft Guidance	

                   Describes a process by which MSWLF owners and opera-
                   tors in Indian Country may apply for the same flexibility
                   that is available to landfill owners and operators in states
                   with EPA-approved MSWLF permitting programs.
                   Assists EPA regional offices in reviewing and processing
                   such requests. Provides a map of EPA regions, identifica-
                   tion of EPA regional contacts, and suggested means of
                   demonstrating that proposed alternative approaches sat-
                   isfy 40 CFR Part 258 Criteria. Includes sample applica-
                   tion materials for tribal government MSWLF owners and
                   operators, sample application materials for MSWLF
                   owners and operators other than tribal governments,
                   sample response materials for tribes, and a list of public
                   involvement process resources.
                                                  08/14/1997
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 Siting Our Solid Waste: Making Public
 Involvement Work (Brochure)	

 Encourages ordering the matching guidebook, discusses
 locating waste sites. Includes table of contents for the
 guidebook.
                              04/15/2990
Social Aspects of Siting Hazardous Waste
Facilities	

Developed for industries and for government agencies
that interact with communities when hazardous waste
facilities are sited. Offers examples of quality of life con-
cerns raised by environmental justice communities when
facilities are sited. Provides examples of experiences and
creative mechanisms that have been developed in order
to work effectively with communities. Encourages busi-
nesses and government agencies to address community
concerns early, collaboratively, and compassionately.
                              04/25/2000
Soil Properties, Classification, and
Hydraulic Conductivity Testing
Compiles laboratory and field testing methods for the
measurement of hydraulic conductivity of soils, includ-
ing background information on the relevant soil proper-
ties and classification systems. Assists in planning and
construction of hazardous waste disposal facilities while
supporting EPA guides to review permit applications
under Subtitle C of RCRA.
(EPA SW-925)                  03/15/1984
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for
Action; Background Document	

Describes MSW and presents a strategy to improve man-
agement of wastes. Gives analysis behind recommended
actions in a summary fashion. Compiles options of
potential research, development, and demonstration
activities to provide data for solutions.
(EPA530-SW-88-Q5M)            08/15/1988
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for
Action; Background Document;
Appendices A-C	

Supplements the background document by summarizing
various components of the MSW stream. Includes quan-
tity and characteristic data, conclusions from the applica-
tion of various waste management practices, identifica-
tion of notable issues or problems, and other data.
(EPA530-SW-88-054B)           08/15/1988
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for
Action (Final Report of the Municipal
Waste Task Force)	
Describes the MSW situation and presents a strategy to
improve management of wastes. Offers concrete solutions.
(EPA530-SW-89-019)             02/15/1989
The Solid Waste Disposal Act as Amended
by the Hazardous and Solid Waste
Amendments (The Resource Conservation
and Recovery Act)	
Includes Senate committee print (99-215) of HSWA of
1984 (Public Law 98-616), the Safe Drinking Water Act
Amendments of 1986 (Public Law 99-339), and
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of
1987 (Public Law 99-499).
                               01/02/1987
Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria:
Technical Manual	

Addresses the general applicability of the 40 CFR Part
258 criteria, location restrictions, operating requirements,
design standards, groundwater monitoring and correc-
tive action, and closure and postclosure care for landfills.
Includes the regulatory language, a general explanation
of the regulations and who must comply with them, key
technical issues that might need to be addressed to
ensure compliance with a particular requirement, and
information sources. Written for MSW landfill owners
and operators.
(EPA530-R-93-017)               11/15/1993
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Solid Waste Funding: A Guide to Federal
Assistance	

Describes federal funding sources for solid waste
research and management programs. Funding is avail-
able from the EPA and other federal agencies. Financial
awards include grants and cooperative agreements for
nonprofit entities, universities/ and state and local gov-
ernments. Awards may be money, property, services, or
anything of value to the applicant. Details what is
involved to receive an award from the EPA, as well as
describes each grant,, cooperative agreement, and loan
program for solid waste activities.
                               20/15/2000
Solid Waste Management: A Local
Challenge with Global Impacts	

Kit folder addressing the link between solid waste man-
agement and climate change. Introduces and defines the
main activities classified under Integrated Solid Waste
Management: waste prevention, recycling, composting,
combustion, and landfilling. Fact sheets include: What is
Integrated Solid Waste Management?, How to Establish
Recycling and Composting Programs, What Are the Options
for Waste Disposal?, and What Are the Components of Waste
Collection and Transport?
                                05/15/2002
Solid Waste Management and
Greenhouse Gases: A Life-Cycle
Assessment of Emissions and Sinks	

Examines how municipal solid waste management and
climate change are related. Integrates information on the
greenhouse gas implications of various management
options for some of the most common materials in MSW.
Addresses methodology, raw materials acquisition and
manufacturing, forest carbon sequestration, source
reduction and recycling, composting, combustion, land-
filling, and accounting for emission reductions. Replaces
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Management of Selected
Materials in Municipal Waste.
                                05/15/2002
                   Solvents Study
                   Reports on the study of spent solvents undertaken as a
                   result of a consent decree between EPA and the
                   Environmental Defense Fund. Discusses the wastes asso-
                   ciated with the use of the materials as solvents, the toxic-
                   ity of the wastes, and the management practices for the
                   wastes. Includes the following chemicals: allyl chloride;
                   aniline; diethylamine; 1,4-dioxane; ethylene oxide; bro-
                   moform; and vinylidine chloride. Also addresses the
                   methodology used for the solvents industry study.
                                                  08/15/1996
                   Source Reduction and Your Community:
                   An Introduction to EPA's Planning  Packet

                   Describes source reduction. Addresses how to determine
                   the potential impacts of various source reduction pro-
                   grams on a community. Discusses program potential fac-
                   tors and EPA's Source Reduction Program Potential Manual
                   and its companion software. Explains how to use the
                   manual to develop estimates for a community, what data
                   is needed in order to calculate source reduction program
                   potential, and how these tools can identify potential sav-
                   ings and/or costs.
                                                  01/15/1999
                   Source Reduction Program Potential
                   Manual: A Planning Packet (Flyer)	
                   Introduces the materials in the kit described below.
                   Provides instructions for installing the Reducelt software.
                   Available only as part of the kit.
                                                  01/25/1999
                   Source Reduction Program Potential
                   Manual: A Planning Packet (Kit)	

                   Contains Source Reduction Program Potential Manual:
                   A Planning Packet flyer, the Source Reduction Program
                   Potential Manual: A Planning Tool described below and
                   Reducelt, companion software.
                                                  11/15/1997
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Source Reduction Program Potential
Manual: A Planning Tool	

Helps local solid waste managers determine the potential
impact of various source reduction options. Examines the
program potential, or the portion of a waste stream cate-
gory that could be addressed by a specific source reduc-
tion program. Calculates the program potential for six
source reduction options: three residential options (grass-
cycling, home composting, and clothing reuse) and three
commercial, industrial, and institutional options (office
paper reduction, converting to multi-use pallets, and
paper towel reduction). Includes a glossary.
                             09/15/1997
Spotlight on Waste Prevention: EPA's
Program to Reduce Solid Waste at the
Source	

Emphasizes waste prevention (reducing and reusing) as
the ideal solid waste solution. Addresses opportunities
for reducing waste throughout a.product's life cycle.
Lists the benefits of waste prevention and ways to pre-
vent waste. Contains examples of pollution prevention
successes being achieved by business, industry, govern-
ment, and consumers. Includes additional sources of
EPA information.
                             06/15/1995
Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 264.15)
and Interim Status Standards for
Inspection (40 CFR 265.15); Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
Subtitle C, Section 3004	
Documents the proposed explicit requirements for haz-
ardous waste facility owners and operators to develop an
inspection schedule tailored to individual facilities.
Provides summaries of and responses to comments
received on the proposed rule.
                             04/15/1980
Standards for Personnel Training (40 CFR
264.16); Interim Status Standards for
Personnel Training (40 CFR 265.16);
Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004	
Provides EPA's support and rationale for personnel train-
ing standards at hazardous waste facilities. Describes
regulation as originally proposed, summarizes and
responds to related comments, and includes legislative
authority, key definitions, damage case summaries, and
precedents.
                             04/15/1980
Standards for Preparedness and Prevention
(40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart C); Standards
for Contingency Plan and Emergency
Procedures (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
D); Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004	
Provides EPA's support and rationale for preparedness
and prevention standards at hazardous waste facilities.
Describes regulation as originally proposed, summarizes
and responds to related comments, and includes legisla-
tive authority, key definitions, damage case summaries,
and precedents.
                             04/15/1980
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Standards for Security (40 CFR 264.14);
Interim Status Standards for Security (40
CFR 265.14);  Standards Applicable to
Owners and  Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment Storage, and  Disposal
Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004	
Provides EPA's support and rationale for security stan-
dards at hazardous waste facilities. Concludes that con-
trolling access to hazardous waste facilities is an impor-
tant part of a regulatory program. Describes regulation
as originally proposed, summarizes and responds to
related comments, and includes legislative authority, key
definitions, damage case summaries, and precedents.
                               04/15/1980
State Authorization Manual; Volume I
Provides guidance for states applying for program revi-
sions to an authorized RCRA state program. Updates the
1988 State Consolidated RCRA Authorization Manual.
Emphasizes program revision process.
(EPA530-SW-91-018A)            10/15/1990
State Authorization Manual; Volume II
Provides guidance for states applying for program revi-
sions to an authorized RCRA state program. Updates the
1988 State Consolidated RCRA Authorization Manual.
Consists of appendices with checklists.
(EPA530-SW-91-018B)            10/15/1990
State Program Advisory Number Eight

Covers RCRA program changes for the period form July
1, through December 31,1989. Includes seven revised
checklists, model language for the Attorney General's
statement for changes covered by the state program
advisory, and other revisions. Includes revision of First
Third Scheduled Wastes and of Checklist 70 which cov-
ers changes to 40 CFR Part 124.
(EPA530-SW-91-047)            03/01/1991
                   State Programs Advisory Number Nine
                   Updates the State Authorization Manual {PD 9540.00-
                   09A) with RCRA program changes for the period
                   January 1 through June 30,1990. Adds nine new check-
                   lists and revisions for 10 existing checklists. Also
                   includes a consolidated LDRs checklist.
                   (EPA530-R-92-001)              01/15/1992
                   State Program Advisory Number Ten

                   Updates the State Authorization Manual with RCRA pro-
                   gram changes covering the period July 1, through
                   December 31,1990. Adds three new revision checklists
                   and revises four existing checklists. Includes a consoli-
                   dated toxicity characteristics checklist for the rules
                   addressing the toxicity characteristic requirements and
                   revised model Attorney General's statement.
                   (EPA530-R-94-026)              01/08/1992
                   State Program Advisory Number Eleven

                   Updates the State Authorization Manual with RCRA pro-
                   gram changes covering the period January 1 through
                   June 30,1991. Adds nine new checklists and revises nine
                   existing checklists. Includes a consolidated land disposal
                   checklist, updated through June 30,1991, and revised
                   model Attorney General's statement.
                   (EPA530-R-94-027)              01/08/1992
                   State Program Advisory Number Twelve

                   Updates the State Authorization Manual with RCRA pro-
                   gram changes covering the period July 1 through
                   December 31,1991. Adds seven new checklists and revis-
                   es six existing checklists. Includes consolidated checklists
                   for burning of hazardous waste in BIFs and for the wood
                   preserving listings. Provides a revised model Attorney
                   General's statement.
                   (EPA530-R-94-028)              01/08/1992
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State Program Advisory Number Thirteen

Updates the State Authorization Manual. Unlike previ-
ous state program advisories, does not contain one sec-
tion that summarizes all of the regulatory changes for the
period covered. Provides stand-alone summaries, includ-
ing model Attorney General language, for each checklist
for filing with corresponding checklists and Federal
Register notices in the manual. Includes revised versions
of checklists 17H and 77 and all consolidated checklists
of June 30,1993.
(EPA530-R-94-029)               04/07/1994
State Scrap Tire Programs: A Quick
Reference Guide -1999 Update	

Provides a quick reference to state scrap tire regulations
across the country. Summarizes collection, selling, hauling,
processing, storage, and disposal regulations on a matrix
that includes information on market incentives, funding
sources, field studies, and innovative uses for scrap tires
within each state. Includes contact information.
                                08/15/1999
State Program Advisory Number Fourteen

Updates the State Authorization Manual with RCRA pro-
gram changes covering the period July 1 through June 30,
1993. Provides 18 new revision checklists and their corre-
sponding summaries and Federal Register articles.
Includes an updated model Attorney General's statement
and a used oil fact sheet for revision checklist 112. Contains
updated consolidated checklists for LDRs, BIFs, toxicity
characteristic, and wood preserving and a new consolidat-
ed checklist for the Bevill exclusion for mining wastes.
(EPA530-R-95-003)               07/12/1994
State Program Advisory Number Fifteen

Updates the State Authorization Manual with RCRA pro-
gram changes covering the period July 1 through June
30,1994. Provides 10 new revision checklists and their
corresponding summaries and Federal Register articles.
Includes an updated model Attorney General's statement
and a revised checklist 49. Contains new consolidated
checklists for recycled used oil management standards
and treatability studies. The State Program Advisories
are now updated online  at .
(EPA530-R-95-007)               02/15/1995
States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid
Battery Recycling	

Studies state lead-acid battery recycling programs to
explore how the federal government and states can most
effectively promote this activity. Describes the require-
ments and effectiveness of individual programs.
(EPA530-SW-91-029)             01/15/1992
Statistical Analysis of Ground-Water
Monitoring Data at RCRA Facilities;
Interim  Final  Guidance	
Assists regional and state personnel in evaluating
groundwater monitoring data from RCRA facilities.
Guides statistical analysis of groundwater monitoring,
pertaining to spatial relationships between monitoring
wells and potential contaminant sources.
(EPA530-SW-89-Q26)             04/15/1989
Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data
Contains analyses conducted to measure the concentra-
tion of various elements, anion, radio nuclides, and other
parameters in raw mining waste samples and acetic acid
extracts of samples.
(EPA530-SW-86-024)             06/30/1986
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Statistical Training Course for Ground-
Water Monitoring Data Analysis	
Outlines the statistical training course for groundwater
monitoring data analysis. Describes course topics such as
case studies, an introduction to GRITS-STAT, statistical
foundations, basics of hypothesis testing, checking
assumptions, interval estimation, methods for two-sam-
ple comparisons, and control charts. Includes EPA's draft
addendum to interim final guidance to statistical analy-
sis of groundwater monitoring data at RCRA facilities.
                                01/15/1992
Storing Used Motor Oil	
Poster designed for service station employees on how to
properly store used oil. In Spanish on reverse side.
                                02/15/2003
 Strategy for Hazardous Waste
 Minimization and Combustion	

 Sets forth EPA's fundamental goals and basic vision with
 respect to the role of waste minimization in the RCRA
 hazardous waste program and the role of combustion.
 Outlines progress made toward implementing these
 goals during the previous 18 months. Addresses public
 involvement in the RCRA decision-making process, the
 need for strong compliance and enforcement, and the
 role of risk assessment. Appendices list accomplishments
 in each component of the strategy, voluntary initiatives
 by the regulated community, and background informa-
 tion on hazardous waste generation and management.
                                11/15/1994
 Strawman II: Recommendations for a
 Regulatory Program for Mining Wastes
 and Materials Under Subtitle D of the
 Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
 Represents EPA's position on an effective program to
 regulate wastes and other materials uniquely associated
 with noncoal mining. Describes pre-rulemaking process,
 background, and overview of mining waste program.
 Discusses scope of program and regulatory approach.
 (EPA530-SW-91-056)             05/20/1991
                  Study of Selected Petroleum Refining
                  Residuals; Industry Study	

                  Describes EPA's approach to conducting the industry
                  study required by the EPA Environmental Defense Fund
                  consent decree, requiring that EPA "fully characterize"
                  the study residuals and how they are managed. Includes
                  a discussion of the concentration of toxic constituents in
                  each waste, the volume of each waste generated, and the
                  management practices for each waste (including plausi-
                  ble mismanagement practices). Provides an overview of
                  the petroleum refining industry and EPA's approach to
                  this study. Includes the following petroleum refining
                  residuals: desalting sludge from crude desalting; residual
                  oil storage tank sludge; process sludge from residual
                  upgrading; catalysts extraction and isomerization
                  processes, catalytic hydrocracking, polymerization, and
                  HF alkylation; off-spec products and fines from residual
                  upgrading; off-spec sulfur; spent amine and spent
                  Stretford solution; acid soluble oil from HF alkylation;
                  and treating clays from clay filtering, lube oil processing,
                  the extraction and isomerization process, and alkylation.
                  Includes a bibliography.
                                                  08/15/1996
                   Subchronic Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in
                   Sprague Dawley Rats	
                   Evaluates preliminary test data collected to assess the
                   toxicity of meta-cresol in rats when administered for 13
                   weeks by oral gavage. Fifty mg per kg per day appears
                   to be the maximum dose that produced no evident
                   adverse effects.
                   (EPA530-SW-S8-026)             03/25/1988
                   Subchronic Toxicity of Ortho-Cresol in
                   Sprague Dawley Rats	
                   Assesses the toxicity of ortho-cresol in rats during 13
                   weeks of oral gavage administration. Methods and pro-
                   cedures conducted in accordance with appropriate quali-
                   ty assurance programs designed to conform with the
                   Food and Drug Administration's Laboratory Practice
                   Regulations.
                   (EPA530-SW-88-027)             03/21/1988
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Subchronic Toxicity of Para-Cresoi in
Sprague Dawiey Rats; MBA Chemical No. 25

Examines oral toxicity of para-cresol in Sprague Dawiey
rats during 13 weeks of oral gavage administration. Dose
levels studied were 0,50,175, and 600 mg per kg per day.
Para-cresol was hepatotoxic, nephrotoxic, and induced a
mild anemic state. Methods and procedures designed to
conform with the Food and Drug Administration and
EPA Good Laboratory Practices Regulations.
(EPA530-SW-88-025)            04/04/1988
Subtitle D Industrial Facility Telephone
Survey Report (1987)	

Develops representative lists of facilities that managed
Subtitle D wastes, including landfills, surface impound-
ments, land application units, and waste piles not regu-
lated as hazardous waste handlers. Develops national
and industry-specific estimates of the number of facilities
and amount of Subtitle D waste managed.
(EPA530-SW-91-069)            08/15/1991
Subtitle D Municipal Landfill Survey
Report (1986)	

Presents the results of a survey of 1,250 municipal land-
fills in the United States and territories with at least one
active landfill unit as of November 1,1986.
(EPA530-SW-91-070)            08/15/1991
Summary and Technical Review of
Supporting Literature for the 1985 Report
to Congress on Wastes from the Extraction
and Beneficiation of Metallic Ores,
Phosphate Rock, Asbestos Overburden
From Uranium Mining, and Oil Shale	
Presents a technical review of the sampling and analyti-
cal data cited in the 1985 Report to Congress on Wastes
from the Extraction and Beneficiation of Metallic Ore,
Phosphate Rock, Asbestos, Overburden From Uranium
Mining, and Oil Shale. Examines the sampling and
analysis methodologies and describes the data collected
for each of the three sources used in the Report to
Congress.
(EPA530-R-93-025)             10/15/1993
Summary of Appropriate Analytical
Methods for Appendix IX; Parts I and II

Presents a survey of key analytical information for each
compound on proposed Appendix IX. Ensures that docu-
mentation on one or more analytical methods is available
to public for every compound on Appendix IX.
Approach prepares separate data sheets by compound
for each SW-846 method considered, and for each type of
detector reported. Part I includes a survey of data for
individual compounds, and Part 2 covers supplementary
information on selected compounds.
                               07/15/1987
Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report	

Presents the results of data collection for the first phase
of studying the adequacy of Subtitle D criteria to protect
human health and environment from groundwater cont-
amination. Gives recommendations.
(EPA530-SW-86-054)             10/15/1986
Summary of Comments on Mining Waste
Report to Congress	

Describes the approach used to summarize comments
included in the document. Lists companies, organiza-
tions, agencies, and individuals who responded.
Organized into five chapters covering legal issues and
procedures, technical information, regulations, econom-
ics, and recommendations.
(EPA530-SW-86-030)             05/09/1986
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Summary of Comments on the Proposed
Paper Products Recovered Materials
Advisory Notice (RMAN)	
Summarizes by topic comments received on the Draft of
the Paper Products RMAN, published in the Federal
Register on March 15,1995. Provides list of commenters.
                              05/15/1996
                   Summary of Markets for Compost

                   Summarizes EPA's Markets for Compost. Examines the
                   role of markets in recycling and the supply of com-
                   postable materials. Discusses factors affecting supply
                   and demand and future trends.
                                                 11/15/1995
Summary of Data Presented in the
Background Document for Effluent
Limitations Guidelines and Standards:
Mineral Mining and Processing Point
Source Category	

Recompiles data from a study of the mineral mining and
processing industry conducted in the late 1970s for possi-
ble use in the development of a rational mining program.
Summarizes information published in Development
Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
Standards: Mineral Mining and Processing Point Source
Category, including pollutants analyzed, and comments
on treatment methods used. Provides a list of applicable
standards for contaminants detected in ore processing
waste water.
(EPA530-R-93-024)              10/15/1993
                   Summary of Markets for Recovered
                   Aluminum

                   Summarizes EPA's Markets for Recovered Aluminum.
                   Describes factors affecting current supply and demand
                   for recovered aluminum. Provides information on future
                   market trends.
                                                 04/15/1993
                   Summary of Markets for Recovered Glass

                   Summarizes EPA's Markets for Recovered Glass. Describes
                   factors affecting current supply and demand for recovered
                   glass. Provides information on future market trends.
                                                 12/15/1992
Summary of Data Presented  in the
Background Document for Effluent
Limitations Guidelines and Standards:
Ore Mining and Dressing Point Source
Category	

Recompiles data from a study of waste waters generated
at ore and mining and dressing sites to support the devel-
opment of national effluent guidelines to be included in
NPDES permits. Summarizes information published in
Development Document for Effluent Limitations
Guidelines and Standards for the Ore Mining and
Dressing Point Source Category, including the specific
types of operations within each sector, the organics ana-
lyzed, the metal analyzed, and a narrative description of
the results of wastewater characterization for each process.
(EPA530-R-93-023)              10/15/1993
                   Summary of Markets for Scrap Tires
                   Summarizes EPA's Market for Scrap Tires. Describes fac-
                   tors affecting current supply and demand for scrap tires.
                   Provides information on future market trends.
                                                10/15/1991
                   " ''"^^"^"iMifiiif^^
                   Summary of RCRA Showcase Pilots	

                   Summarizes the RCRA Corrective Action cleanup pilot
                   programs at facilities nationwide. Intended to illustrate
                   innovative efforts and stimulate others to explore similar
                   efforts to speed up progress toward EPA's cleanup goals
                   under the Government Performance and Results Act
                   (GPRA).
                                                10/15/2001
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Summary of the First National
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Collection Programs	

Summarizes presentations and opinions of experts (from
federal, state, and local governments, industry, trade asso-
ciations, public interest groups, and citizen organizations)
on HHW management collection programs and related
issues. EPA-sponsored conference coordinated by Center
for Environmental Management at Tufts University.
(EPA530-SW-89-042A)           11/18/1986
Summary of the Second National
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Management	

Includes a compendium of presentations made at the
Second Annual HHW Management Conference. Overview
provided on major national and international issues, col-
lection programs, other management options, special
wastes, problem wastes, and future funding options. EPA-
sponsored conference coordinated by Center for
Environmental Management at Tufts University.
(EPA530-SW-89-042B)           11/02/1987
Summary of the Third National
Conference on Household  Hazardous
Waste Management	

Includes a compendium of presentations from the Third
Annual HHW Management Conference. Presentations
summarize issues on collection program operation, bat-
teries, reduction and other management options, fund-
ing, permanent programs, program management, farm
and home pesticides, components of the HHW education
program, scientific information, used oil, paint, and leg-
islative considerations. EPA-sponsored conference coor-
dinated by Center for Environmental Management at
Tufts University.
(EPA530-SW-89-042C)           11/02/198
Summary Report of Capacity at
Commercial Facilities; Volume  I	

Provides capacity data on commercial hazardous waste
management facilities in all states as derived from EPA's
TSDF Survey (conducted in 1987). Covers commercial
system capacity, captive system capacity, and onsite sys-
tem capacity.
(EPA530-SW-89-035A)           01/31/1989
Summary Report of Capacity at
Commercial Facilities; Volume  M	

Provides capacity data on commercial hazardous waste
management facilities in all states as derived from EPA's
TSDF Survey (conducted in 1987). Appendices are
included.
(EPA530-SW-89-035B)           01/31/1989
Summary Report of Capacity at Limited
Commercial and Company Captive
Facilities; Draft; Volume I	

Provides capacity data on limited commercial and com-
pany captive hazardous waste management facilities in
all states. Data are designed to be used with the biennial
report on waste generation to support development of
States' Capacity Assurance Plan. Contains data on limited
commercial capacity, captive capacity, and onsite capacity.
(EPA530-SW-89-036A)           02/15/1989
Summary Report of Capacity at Limited
Commercial and Company Captive
Facilities; Draft; Volume II	

Provides capacity data on limited commercial and compa-
ny captive hazardous waste management facilities in all
states. Data are designed to be used with the biennial
report on waste generation to support development of
States' Capacity Assurance Plan. Appendices are included.
(EPA530-SW-89-036B)           02/15/1989
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Surface Water Screening Procedure;
Background Document	

Explains EPA's approach designed to establish acceptable
concentrations for specific chemical constituents in waste
extracts, by working backward from point of potential
human exposure to land disposal unit. The screening
procedure presented in the paper involves the applica-
tion of an analytic solute transport equation using values
for hydrogeologic parameters to derive distribution of
outputs.
(EPA530-SW-86-050)            12/15/1985
Survey of Household Hazardous Waste
and  Related Collection Programs   	

Identifies existing information on types and quantities of
HHW present in residential waste stream. Existing col-
lection programs operating at state and local levels are
identified and described. Detailed lists of programs are
included, as are case studies of three collection programs.
(EPA530-SW-86-038)            10/15/1986
Technical Background Document and
Response to Comments: Method 1311—
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure

Proposes EPA amendments to hazardous waste identifi-
cation regulations by expanding the toxicity characteris-
tic to include additional contaminants. EPA proposes
using the leaching test, TCLP, to determine if wastes
should be classed as hazardous. Summarizes and
responds to comments from the public regarding use of
the TCLP. Each major issue regarding the procedure is
discussed in a separate section.
(EPA530-SW-90-080)            04/15/1989
Technical Document: Acid Mine Drainage
Prediction	

Examines acid generation prediction methods as they
apply to noncoal mining sites. Reviews acid forming
processes at mine sites. Summarizes current methods
used to predict acid formation, including sampling, test-
ing, and modeling. Presents case histories from active
mining sites and sites on the Superfund NPL.
(EPA53Q-R-94-036)               12/15/1994
                    Technical Document: Background for
                    NEPA Reviewers: Non-Coal  Mining
                    Operations	

                    Offers assistance to federal and state  officials in provid-
                    ing scoping comments on National Environmental Policy
                    Act (NEPA) documents for noncoal mining activities pro-
                    posed on federal lands. Focuses on EPA's major concerns
                    with surface water and ground water, air, and sensitive
                    receptors. Addresses all major noncoal mining sectors,
                    including gold, silver, phosphate, and base metals {lead,
                    zinc, copper, tin, and mercury). Defines key terms in
                    both a technical and regulatory context. Provides a gen-
                    eral description of site operations, potential environmen-
                    tal impacts, possible prevention and mitigation mea-
                    sures, and the types of questions that should be asked in
                    reviewing a proposed mining operation. Includes list of
                    contacts, glossary, and references.
                    (EPA530-R-95-043)               12/15/1994
                   Technical Evaluation of the Combustion
                   System of the Marine  Shale Processors,
                   Inc. Facility in Amelia, Louisiana	

                   Evaluates the design and performance of a hazardous
                   waste combustion system in use at Marine Shale
                   Processors, Inc., Amelia, Louisiana. Document considers
                   the waste preparation system, rotary kiln, afterburners,
                   combustion control system, and stack emissions control
                   devices in place in February 1990. System evaluated in
                   comparison to good design, operation, maintenance
                   practices, and regulatory controls currently applicable to
                   hazardous waste incinerators permitted under RCRA.
                   (EPA530-SW-90-086)             10/15/1990
                   Technical Guidance Document:
                   Fabrication of Polyethylene FML	

                   Provides guidance for construction quality control and
                   assurance inspectors and related personnel regarding
                   proper techniques for making field seams on polyethyl-
                   ene flexible membrane liners. Specific emphasis on the
                   three most widely used techniques: extrusion fillet,
                   extrusion flat, and hot wedge fabrication methods.
                   Rationale provided for various conditions and limita-
                   tions, and a glossary of relevant terms concerning poly-
                   ethylene flexible membrane liners fabrication is included.
                   (EPA530-SW-89-069)             09/15/1989
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Technical Guidance Document: Final
Covers on Hazardous Waste Landfills and
Surface Impoundments	

Provides information intended for organizations
involved in permitting, designing, and constructing haz-
ardous waste land disposal facilities. Provides design
guidance on final cover systems for hazardous waste
landfills and surface impoundments. The cover system
discussed has a multilayer design. Optional layers which
may be required for site-specific conditions are dis-
cussed. Rationale is provided for design parameters to
give background information and understanding of
cover systems.
(EPA530-SW-89-047)             07/15/1989
Technical Guidance Document: Inspection
Techniques for the Fabrication of
Geomembrane Field Seams	

Assists EPA and state personnel in implementing new
corrective action provisions by providing a central source
of information on air emissions control technologies and
techniques for hazardous waste TSDFs. Gives descrip-
tions of waste management unit design and operation
practices which prevent or control vapor and particulate
releases from containerized waste storage, tanks, surface
impoundments, landfills, land treatment and waste piles.
The transfer of control technology from the industrial
sector to hazardous waste management is discussed.
(EPA530-SW-91-051)             05/15/1991
Technical Guidance for Corrective
Measures:  Determining Appropriate
Technology and Response for Air
Releases; Draft Final Report	

Assists EPA and state personnel in implementing the
new corrective action provisions by providing informa-
tion on air emissions control technologies and techniques
for hazardous waste facilities. Describes waste manage-
ment unit design and operation practices which prevent
or control vapor and particulate releases from container-
ized waste storage, tanks, surface impoundments, land-
fills, land treatment and waste piles. Discusses the trans-
fer of control technology from industrial sector to haz-
ardous waste management.
(EPA530-SW-88-021)            03/15/1985
Technical Guidance for Corrective
Measures: Subsurface Gas	

Provides technical guidance in assessing the need for
corrective action, reviewing permit applications, and
writing permits for hazardous waste facilities. Presents a
framework to states, EPA, and facility owners and opera-
tors to identify whether subsurface gas is migrating
beyond facility boundaries or into on-site structures at
concentrations threatening to human health and the
environment.
(EPA53Q-SW-88-023)             03/28/1985
Technical Implementation Document for
EPA's Boiler and Industrial Furnace
Regulations	

Provides permit writers and owners and operators with
technical guidance for following BIF rule requirements.
Addresses certain precompliance and compliance certifi-
cation activities, permitting, continued compliance with
operating requirements, and associated planning and
testing required for compliance with rules.
(EPA530-R-92-011)              03/01/1992
Technical  Report:  Design and Evaluation
of Tailings Dams	

Presents an introduction to the subject of tailings dams
and impoundments, particularly with regard to their
engineering features and their ability to mitigate or mini-
mize adverse effects to the environment. Provides an
overview of the various methods used to dispose of mine
tailings and the types of impoundments used. Describes
the basic concepts used  in the design of impoundments,
including a number of site-specific variables of concern.
Discusses tailings embankment and stability and
addresses water management in tailings impoundments.
Presents a case study on a lined tailings impoundment.
Includes an appendix with comments received on the
draft document with EPA responses.
(EPA530-R-94-038)               08/15/1994
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Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude
Oil and Natural Gas; Field Sampling and
Analytical Results   	

Presents findings of the field sampling and analysis pro-
ject conducted on wastes associated with exploration,
development/ and projection of crude oil and natural
gas. Summary of analytical data is presented.
(EPA530-SW-87-005)            01/31/1987
                  Technical Report: Exploration,
                  Development, and Production of Crude
                  Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix D:
                  Analytical Methods	

                  Presents the analytical methods for the report on the
                  field sampling and analysis project conducted on wastes
                  associated with exploration, development, and projection
                  of crude oil and natural gas.
                  (EPA530-SW-87-005D)           01/31/1987
Technical  Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude
Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix A:
Analytical Results	

Presents the analytical results in an appendix for the
field sampling and analysis project conducted on wastes
associated with exploration, development, and projection
of crude oil and natural gas.
(EPA530-SW-87-OQ5A)           01/31/1987
                  Technical Report: Exploration,
                  Development, and Production of Crude
                  Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix E: Role
                  and Function of EPA Sample Control
                  Center	

                  Presents the role and function of Sample Control Center
                  for the report on the field sampling and analysis project
                  conducted on wastes associated with exploration, devel-
                  opment, and projection of crude oil and natural gas.
                  (EPA530-SW-87-005E)           01/31/1987
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude
Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix B:
Sampling Strategy	

Presents the sampling strategy in an appendix to the
report for the field sampling and analysis project con-
ducted on wastes associated with exploration, develop-
ment, and projection of crude oil and natural gas.
(EPA530-SW-87-005B)          01/31/1987
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude
Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix C:
Sampling Reports; Volumes 1 and 2	

Presents the sampling reports for the report on the field
sampling and analysis project conducted on wastes asso-
ciated with exploration, development, and projection of
crude oil and natural gas.
(EPA530-SW-87-005C)          01/31/1987
                  Technical Report:  Exploration,
                  Development, and Production of Crude
                  Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix F: List of
                  Analytes	

                  Presents the list of analytes for the report on the field
                  sampling and analysis project conducted on wastes asso-
                  ciated with exploration, development, and projection of
                  crude oil and natural gas.
                  (EPA530-SW-87-005F)           01/31/1987
                  Technical Report: Exploration,
                  Development, and Production of Crude
                  Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix G:
                  Sampling Plan and Sampling Quality
                  Assurance/Quality Control	

                  Presents the sampling plan and quality assurance/quali-
                  ty control plan for the technical report on the field sam-
                  pling and analysis project conducted on wastes associat-
                  ed with exploration, development, and projection of
                  crude oil and natural gas.
                  (EPA530-SW-87-005G)          01/31/1987
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 Technical Report: Treatment of Cyanide
 Heap Leaches and Tailings	

 Provides information on cyanide treatment methods for
 heap leaches and tailings activities associated with cyan-
 dation operations. Discusses cyanide detoxification or
 treatment in terms of chemistry, duration, removal effi-
 ciencies, and advantages and limitations. Describes treat-
 ment techniques and typical closure and reclamation
 activities for heaps and tailings impoundments. Includes
 federal and state requirements that apply to cyanide
 operations and selected case studies. Presents treatment
 options without evaluating their efficiency.
 (EPA530-R-94-Q37)              09/15/1994
Technical Resource Document: Design,
Construction, and Operation of
Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste
Surface Impoundments	

Summarizes operation and closure of hazardous waste
and nonhazardous waste surface impoundments.
Regulations summarized, and postclosure activities dis-
cussed. Document reflects the fact that most available
information, ongoing research, and pertinent regulations
deal with surface impoundments that used to contain haz-
ardous waste. Much technical information should, howev-
er, be applicable to nonhazardous waste impoundments.
(EPA530-SW-91-054)             06/15/1991
 Technical Resource Document: Extraction
 and Beneficiation  of Ores and Minerals;
 Volume 2: Gold	

 Presents the results of EPA's research into the domestic
 gold mining industry. Briefly characterizes the geology of
 gold ores and the economics of the industry. Reviews gold
 extraction and beneficiation methods and discusses poten-
 tial environmental effects of gold mining. Describes current
 regulatory programs implemented by EPA, federal land
 management agencies, and selected states. Appendices
 include flow sheets of specific mine operations, NPL site
 summaries related to gold extraction and beneficiation,
 and comments on site visits with EPA responses.
 (EPA530-R-94-013)              07/15/1994
Technical  Resource Document:  Extraction
and  Beneficiation of Ores and  Minerals;
Volume 3: Iron	

Profiles the domestic iron mining industry. Characterizes
the geology of iron ores and the economics of the indus-
try. Reviews iron extraction and beneficiation methods.
Discusses potential environmental effects of iron mining.
Describes current regulatory programs that apply to the
iron mining industry as implemented by EPA, federal
land management agencies, and selected states. Appendix
includes comments on the report with EPA responses.
(EPA530-R-94-030)              08/15/1994
Technical Resource Document: Extraction
and Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals;
Volume 1: Lead - Zinc	

Presents the results of EPA's research into the domestic
lead-zinc mining industry. Briefly characterizes the geolo-
gy of lead-zinc ores and the economics of the industry.
Reviews lead-zinc extraction and beneficiation methods
and discusses potential environmental effects of lead-zinc
mining. Describes current regulatory programs imple-
mented by EPA, federal land management agencies, and
selected states. Appendices include specific flotation
activities employed for polymetallic ores and associated
process flow sheets, NPL site summaries related to lead
and zinc extraction and beneficiation, and a summary of
comments on the report with EPA responses.
(EPA530-R-94-011)               06/15/1994
Technical Resource Document: Extraction
and Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals;
Volume 4: Copper	

Presents the results of EPA's research into the domestic
copper mining industry. Briefly characterizes the geology
of copper ores and the economics of the industry.
Reviews copper extraction and beneficiation methods
and discusses potential environmental effects of copper
mining. Describes current regulatory programs imple-
mented by EPA, federal land management agencies, and
selected states. Appendices include a summary of com-
ments and EPA responses, case studies of published
information on copper mine waste management prac-
tices, NPL site summaries related to copper mining, and
an acronym list.
(EPA530-R-94-031)              08/15/1994
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Technical Resource Document: Extraction
and Beneficiation  of Ores and Minerals;
Volume 5: Uranium	

Presents the results of EPA's research into the domestic
uranium mining industry. Briefly characterizes the geolo-
gy of uranium ores and the economics of the industry.
Reviews uranium extraction and beneficiation methods
and discusses potential environmental effects of uranium
mining. Describes current regulatory programs imple-
mented by EPA, federal land management agencies, and
selected states. Appendices include summaries of NPL
site summaries related to the extraction and beneficiation
of uranium, an acronym list, and the groundwater stan-
dards for remedial actions at inactive uranium process-
ing sites.
(EPA530-R-94-032)               12/15/1994
                  Technical Resource Document for
                  Obtaining  Variances from the Secondary
                  Containment Requirement of Hazardous
                  Waste Tank Systems; Volume I	

                  Provides hazardous waste tank system owners and oper-
                  ators information for submitting technology-based and
                  risk-based variances from EPA requirements for sec-
                  ondary containment with release monitoring for systems.
                  Volume 1 treats technology-based variances that can be
                  granted if tank system owners and operators demon-
                  strate that a release can be contained, detected, and
                  removed by using new technology or alternative operat-
                  ing procedures before the release leaves area under
                  owner control.
                  (EPA530-SW-87-002A)           02/15/1987
Technical Resource Document: Extraction
and Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals;
Volume 6: Gold Placers	

Presents the results of EPA's research into the domestic
gold placer mining industry. Briefly characterizes the
geology of gold placer deposits and the economics of the
industry. Reviews gold placer extraction and beneficia-
tion methods and discusses potential environmental
effects of gold placer mining. Describes current regulato-
ry programs implemented by EPA, federal land manage-
ment agencies, and selected states. Appendix includes
comments on the report with EPA responses.
(EPA530-R-94-035)              10/15/1994
                  Technical Resource Document for
                  Obtaining Variances from the Secondary
                  Containment Requirement of Hazardous
                  Waste Tank Systems; Volume II	

                  Provides hazardous waste tank system owners and oper-
                  ators information for submitting technology-based and
                  risk-based variances from EPA requirements for sec-
                  ondary containment with release monitoring for tank
                  systems. Volume 2 treats risk-based variances that may
                  be granted if an owner or operators shows that if the
                  release occurs, there will be no substantial hazard to the
                  environment and human health. Provides guidance to
                  applicants seeking variance and to permit writers
                  reviewing variance demonstrations.
                  (EPA530-SW-87-002B)           02/15/1987
 Technical Resource Document: Extraction
 and Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals;
 Volume 7: Phosphate and Molybdenum

 Presents the results of EPA's research into the domestic
 phosphate and molybdenum mining industry.
 Comprises two site visit reports conducted by EPA to a
 phosphate mine in Florida and a molybdenum mine in
 Idaho during 1991 and 1992. Both reports include a gen-
 eral facility description, the environmental setting {cli-
 mate, surface water, geology, hydrogeology, and
 wildlife), facility operations, waste and materials man-
 agement, regulatory requirements and compliance, and
 groundwater monitoring data. Appendix includes com-
 ments on the report and EPA responses.
 (EPA530-R-94-034)              11/15/1994
                  Technical Resource Document for the
                  Storage and Treatment of Hazardous
                  Waste in Tank Systems	

                  Provides assistance to owners or operators of hazardous
                  waste tank systems on preparing Part B permit applica-
                  tion (40 CFR Part 270) to demonstrate compliance with
                  general applicable permitting standards, as well tank-
                  specific permitting standards. Provides information on
                  procedures for inspection, unfit-for-use tank system cor-
                  rective action, and closure and postclosure care. Gives
                  introductory and background information on overall
                  background regulations and permitting process.
                  (EPA530-SW-86-044)            08/22/1986
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Technical Resource Document:
Solidification/Stabilization and  Its
Application to Waste Materials	

Serves as a technical resource for the solidification and
stabilization user community. Lists RCRA wastes for
which solidification and stabilization is identified as the
best available treatment technology. Emphasizes technol-
ogy transfer and promotes the best possible future uses
of solidification and stabilization processes. Addresses
when solidification and stabilization processes are the
best preferred technology, evaluation of alternative
processes, correct and incorrect ways of using processes,
and designing the correct process. Discusses solidifica-
tion and stabilization technology screening procedures,
process performance tests, technology status, technology
shortcomings and limitations, and current  research and
future development needs. Appendices include solidifi-
cation and stabilization technology screening work-
sheets, a draft report of sampling and analytical proce-
dures, and a glossary.
(EPA530-R-93-012)               06/15/1993
Technical Studies Supporting the Mining
Waste Regulatory Determination	

Presents description of study procedure and techniques
for the extraction procedure toxicity test to evaluate
RCRA hazardous characteristics of mining and smelting
wastes, particularly lead and cadmium. Two principal
tasks are described. The first assesses the validity of
arsenic, lead, cadmium, barium, silver, and chromium
concentrations in extraction procedure-toxicity leachates.
The second task compares the extraction efficiency of
four leachate techniques. Presents conclusions and rec-
ommendations of researchers.
(EPA530-SW-86-026)             06/30/1986
Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-
Tetrachlorophenol Administered to CD
Rats on Gestational  Days 6 Through 15;
Final Report

Presents results of the teratologic evaluation of 2,3,4,6-
tetrachlorophenol administered by gavage in olive oil to
timed-pregnant rats. Results suggest embryo or fetal
growth and prenatal viability were not adversely affect-
ed by tetrachlorophenol exposure, nor was there any
definitive evidence of effect of tetrachlorophenol upon
fetal morphological development.
(EPA530-S W-88-01 7 A)           08/2 1/1 987
Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-
Tetrachlorophenol Administered to CD
Rats on Gestational  Days 6 Through 15;
Final Report; Appendices NX _

Presents results of 2,3,4,6-tetrachlorophenol administered
by gavage in olive oil to timed-pregnant CD rats (doses:
0, 25, 100, or 200 mg per kg per day) to assess possible
teratologic effects of substance. Embryo or fetal growth
and prenatal viability were not adversely affected by
tetrachlorophenol exposure, nor was there any definitive
evidence of tetrachlorophenol effects upon fetal morpho-
logical development. Appendices I through IX contain
data about specific aspects of the study.
(EPA530-SW-88-017B)            08/21/1987
Test  Method Equivalency Petitions; A
Guidance Manual    	
Provides guidance to parties who wish to submit test
method petition. Explains what information a petition
must include. Addresses RCRA regulations requiring test
method equivalency petition. Discusses EPA petition
review process and describes the basic statistical proce-
dures for evaluating test method equivalency. Describes
how a petition is prepared, with a sample format.
Includes example of test method petition.
(EPA530-SW-87-008)              02/15/1987
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Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical  Methods; Third Edition;
Draft Update IVA	__
Contains methods which EFA is considering for inclusion
in the SW-846 methods manual. Includes 15 revised meth-
ods, four revised chapters, a revised table of con-tents,
and 13 new methods. Addresses the removal or integra-
tion of 44 other methods. Also available on CD-ROM.
(EPA/SW-846.3-4)               01/15/1998
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical Methods; Third  Edition;
Volumes IA, IB, ICf and II	

Provides test procedures that can be used to evaluate
properties of solid waste which determine whether waste
is hazardous within the definition of Section 3001,
RCRA. Encompasses methods for collecting samples of
solid wastes, and for determining reactivity, corrosivity,
ignitability, and composition of wastes and mobility of
toxic species present. Replaces the second edition by its
incorporation by reference (along with its first update)
into CFR. GPO provides basic volumes and updates on a
subscription basis.
(EPA SW-846)                  11/15/1986
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical Methods; Third Edition;
Final Update 1	

Updates test procedures and guidance recommended for
conducting evaluations and measurements needed to
comply with Subtitle C of RCRA. Details methods
approved by EPA for obtaining data to satisfy require-
ments. Replaces the second edition by its incorporation
by reference (along with the basic volumes) into CFR.
(EPA SW-846.3-1)              11/15/1992
                  Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
                  Physical/Chemical Methods; Third Edition;
                  Final Updates II and IIA	

                  Updates test procedures and guidance recommended for
                  conducting evaluations and measurements needed to
                  comply with Subtitle C of RCRA. Revises several meth-
                  ods in the third edition of SW-846, used in complying
                  with the requirements of Subtitle C of RCRA.
                  Recommends several new methods that allow more flexi-
                  bility of method selection. Provides methods for addi-
                  tional analyses.
                  (EPA SW-846.3-2)        •       01/15/1995
                  Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
                  Physical/Chemical  Methods; SW-846; Third
                  Edition; Final Update MB	
                  Incorporates methods 9040B and 9045C. Clarifies regula-
                  tory requirements regarding the temperature for pH
                  measurements of highly alkaline wastes during corrosivi-
                  ty characteristic testing.
                  (EPA SW-846.3-2B)             01/15/1995
                  Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
                  Physical/Chemical  Methods; Third Edition;
                  Final Update III	
                  Contains updated test procedures and guidance recom-
                  mended for conducting evaluations and measurements
                  needed to comply with Subtitle C of RCRA. Finalizes 40
                  revised methods, eight revised chapters, and 62 new
                  methods.
                  (EPA SW-846.3-3)               12/15/1996
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Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical  Methods; Third Edition;
Final Update IMA	

Amends SW-846 to delete test method 9070 and to
replace it with method 1664. Incorporates method 1664
by reference into the RCRA regulations. Revises method
9071B to use n-hexane instead of CFC-113 as the extrac-
tion solvent.
(EPA SW-846.3-3A)              04/15/1998
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical Methods; Third  Edition;
integrated Manual	
Incorporates the entire manual with all final updates,
except IIIA.
(EPA SW-846)                  06/15/1997
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical Methods; Third  Edition;
Integrated Manual on CD-ROM	

Incorporates all the text and figures found in the promul-
gated version of SW-846, including Updates I, II, IIA, IIB,
and III. Using Adobe™ as the search engine, users can
search the document using either the chemical or com-
mon name of the analyte of interest, its CAS number, the
number of the method, the analytical technique, or a
variety of keywords. Users can also view and  print the
material, including diagrams and figures, and cut and
paste the information to develop or update laboratory
standard operating procedures.
(EPA SW-846)                  05/15/1997
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid
Waste: Physical/Chemical Methods;
Third Edition; Proposed Update IVB

Discusses revisions to several methods and chapters of
SW-846. Describes proposed changes to methods in the
1000 and 9000 series. Addresses allowing more flexibility
when conducting RCRA-related sampling and analysis,
by removing unnecessary required uses of methods
(EPA SW-846.3-3B)              OS/15/2002
Third National Tribal Conference on
Environmental Management	

Presents the proceedings of the Third Nation Tribal
Conference on Environmental Management held May 21
through 23,1996, in Poison, Montana. Summarizes the 37
sessions presented at the conference. Contains articles on
waste management on tribal lands, pollution prevention,
Superfund technical activities, watershed analysis and
management programs, Congressional direction on envi-
ronmental protection, geographic information systems,
natural resource damage assessment, grants, and fund-
ing. Provides a table of environmental laws affecting
Indian tribes and a table outlining the development of a
tiered tribal corrective action program. Includes list of all
conference attendees.
                               11/15/1996

                            '
Third Report to Congress: Resource
Recovery and Source Reduction	

Reports on the recovery of resources from waste and the
reduction of waste generation. Examines policy issues,
reviews technological progress, summarizes city and state
activities, and reviews EPA studies and investigations for
1974. Chapter-by-chapter summaries of report given.
(EPA SW-448)                 01/15/1975

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Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure;
Background Document on Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act, Subtitle
C, Hazardous Waste Management System,
Section  3001, Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste	

Presents the toxicity characteristic, identified as one of
the characteristics which, if exhibited by a waste, would
indicate a hazardous waste. Defines toxicity characteris-
tic waste as those which pose a hazard due to their
potential to leach significant concentrations of specific
toxic species. Discusses the drawbacks of the original
extraction procedure and traces the development of a
second generation leaching procedure, the toxicity char-
acteristic leaching procedure.
                                03/10/1986
Toxicity Characteristic Regulatory Impact
Analysis	

Examines costs and benefits of expanded toxicity charac-
teristic used to identify hazardous wastes regulated
under Subtitle C, RCRA. Document fulfills requirements
of Executive Order 12291, requiring EPA to prepare regu-
latory impact analyses for all major rulemakings.
(EPA530-SW-90-088)            03/15/1990
Training and Technical Assistance
Directory for Tribal  Solid Waste Managers

Provides listing of relevant and currently available
sources of MSW technical assistance and training.
Includes technology and information exchange forums,
workshops, resource and referral networks, partnership
building programs, hotlines, clearinghouses, and onsite
assessments in addition to formal solid waste manage-
ment training. The first section lists tribal colleges offer-
ing degrees and certification in different environmental
fields. The second section lists state agencies and organi-
zations, regional organizations, federal government, and
national organizations under four broad topics:
waste/pollution prevention, recycling, composting, and
MSW collection, transfer, and disposal. Concludes with a
section on list servers.
                               03/15/1999
                    Transportation Products Containing
                    Recovered Materials	

                    Lists manufacturers and suppliers of transportation
                    products (traffic barricades, traffic cones, parking stops,
                    and traffic control devices) containing recovered materi-
                    als. Includes company name, address, contact name,
                    phone number, and fax number. Listings are based on
                    information provided by the manufacturer and do not
                    represent an endorsement by EPA. This publication is
                    only available on OSW's web site at .
                                                   06/15/2001
                    Trash and Climate Change: Planet
                    Protectors Discover the Hidden Reasons
                    to Reduce,  Reuse,  and Recycle	

                    An activity book including fill-in-the-blanks, matching,
                    scrambled words, math skills, crossword puzzles, and a
                    game kids can put together themselves. All of the games
                    use key waste management terms to teach kids about
                    reducing, reusing, and recycling waste. Involves kids and
                    shows them how they can make a difference through fun,
                    educational games. Included in the Planet Protectors Club
                    Kit, Also available in Spanish.
                                                   07/25/2000
                   Treatment Technology Background
                   Document; Second Third; Final	

                   Includes descriptions of 23 treatment technologies,
                   including information relevant to the use and under-
                   standing of background documents for each group of
                   listed hazardous wastes, subject to RCRA Land Ban
                   restrictions. Descriptions represent the revisions to previ-
                   ously published versions. New descriptions may be
                   added as appropriate to describe technologies being con-
                   sidered for BOAT selection for Third Third waste.
                   (EPA530-SW-89-048A)           06/15/1989
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Treatment Technology Background
Document; Third Third; Final	

Discusses treatment technologies applicable to wastes
subject to LDRs mandated by Congress as part of 1984
HSWA to RCRA. Discusses either the substantially
diminished toxicity of hazardous constituents and/or the
reduced likelihood of migration of such constituents
from waste.
(EPA530-SW-90-059Z)           01/15/1991
Turning Garbage into Gold
Fact sheet describing the successful creation of an innov-
ative market-based infrastructure for diverting commer-
cial and agricultural organic waste from disposal to land-
fills in Massachusetts. Discusses benefits and challenges.
Addresses replicating the successful project. Also avail-
able in the kit folder Climate Change and Waste.
                                07/15/2002
Trial Burn Observation Guide     	

Assists regional and state regulatory staff in observing
trial burns at hazardous waste incinerators. Provides
background information about tests and identifies other
documents and personnel that can provide additional
assistance or information. Describes how to prepare for
observing tests and how to conduct onsite activities dur-
ing tests. Several checklists and data forms included.
(EPA530-SW-89-027)            03/15/1989
Tribal Waste Journal: Against All
Odds: Transfer Station Triumphs	

Features articles on development, education to win com-
munity support, funding, siting, designing, building,
operation, and maintenance of transfer stations. Contains
an interview with the director of Ogala Sioux
Environmental Protection Program. Includes resources,
contacts for tribes with successful transfer stations, and a
section for kids.
                               05/15/2003
Tribal Waste Journal: Respect Our
Resources: Prevent Illegal Dumping

Premiere issue of annual journal features prevention of
illegal dumping. Related articles include building a mul-
tifaceted program, community outreach and involve-
ment, keeping sites clean, and measurement. Includes a
list of resources and an activity-packed kids page.
Replaces the Native American Network newsletter.
                               05/15/2002
25 Years of RCRA: Building on Our Past to
Protect Our Future	

Provides a history of the Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act (RCRA) on the twenty-fifth anniversary of
its passage by Congress. Addresses the cradle-to-grave
management of waste, the hazardous and solid waste
amendments of 1984, land disposal restrictions, correc-
tive action and cleanup programs, better municipal solid
waste management, safer municipal solid waste landfills,
recycling, federal procurement guidelines, and public
involvement. Includes a foldout time line.
                                04/15/2002
2000 Buy Recycled Series: Construction
Products	

Discusses the CPG, which requires federal agencies to
give preference to purchasing items made from recov-
ered materials. Describes the RMAN, which recommends
recycled-content levels. Defines key terms. Provides a
table listing EPA's recommended recovered material con-
tent levels for the purchase of specific construction prod-
ucts. Contains case studies. Includes sources for addi-
tional information.
                                04/15/2000
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        Titles
2000 Buy Recycled Series: Landscaping
Products	

Discusses the CFG, which requires federal agencies to
give preference to purchasing items made from recov-
ered materials. Describes the RMAN, which recommends
recycled-content levels. Provides a table listing EPA's rec-
ommended recovered material content levels for the pur-
chase of specific landscaping products. Contains case
studies. Includes sources for additional information,
                                04/15/2000
                    2000 Buy-Recycled Series: Paper Products

                    Discusses the CPG, which requires federal agencies to
                    give preference to purchasing items made from recov-
                    ered materials. Describes the RMAN, which recommends
                    recycled-content levels. Provides a table listing recovered
                    material content to look for when purchasing paper
                    products. Gives buying tips. Includes sources for addi-
                    tional information.
                                                   04/25/2000
2000 Buy  Recycled Series: Miscellaneous
Products	

Discusses the CPG, which requires federal agencies to
give preference to purchasing items made from recov-
ered materials. Describes the RMAN, which recommends
recycled-content levels. Provides a table listing EPA's rec-
ommended recovered material content levels for the pur-
chase of miscellaneous products: awards and plaques,
industrial drums, mats, pallets, signage, sorbents, and
manual-grade strapping. Contains case studies. Includes
sources for additional information.
                                04/75/2000
2000 Buy Recycled Series: Nonpaper
Office Products	

Discusses the CPG, which requires federal agencies to
give preference to purchasing items made from recov-
ered materials. Describes the RMAN, which recommends
recycled-content levels. Provides a table listing EPA's rec-
ommended recovered material content levels for the pur-
chase of specific nonpaper office products. Includes
sources for additional information.
                                04/25/2000
                    2000 Buy Recycled Series: Park and
                    Recreation Products	

                    Discusses the CPG, which requires federal agencies to
                    give preference to purchasing items made from recov-
                    ered materials. Describes the RMAN, which recommends
                    recycled-content levels. Provides a table listing EPA's rec-
                    ommended recovered material content levels for the pur-
                    chase of specific park and recreation products. Contains
                    case studies. Includes sources for additional information.
                                                    04/25/2000
                    2000 Buy Recycled Series: Transportation
                    Products	

                    Discusses the CPG, which requires federal agencies to
                    give preference to purchasing items made from recov-
                    ered materials. Describes the RMAN, which recommends
                    recycled-content levels. Defines key terms. Provides a
                    table listing EPA's recommended recovered material con-
                    tent levels for purchasing specific transportation prod-
                    ucts. Contains case studies. Includes sources for addi-
                    tional information.
                                                    04/25/2000
                                                      2000 Buy Recycled Series: Vehicular
                                                      Products	

                                                      Discusses the CPG, which requires federal agencies to
                                                      give preference to purchasing items made from recov-
                                                      ered materials. Describes the RMAN, which recommends
                                                      recycled-content levels. Provides a table listing EPA rec-
                                                      ommendations for purchasing vehicular products.
                                                      Contains case studies. Includes sources for additional
                                                      information.
                                                                                      04/25/2000
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 Unit Pricing: Providing an Incentive to
 Reduce Municipal Solid Waste	

 Describes how customers are charged for waste collection
 and disposal services based on amount of trash generated
 with unit or variable-rate pricing. Describes how the sys-
 tem works, the benefits of unit pricing, and its implemen-
 tation.
                               02/15/1991
Universal Waste Rule (Brochure)	

Summarizes EPA's universal waste rule designed to
reduce the amount of hazardous waste items in the MSW
stream, encourage recycling and proper disposal of cer-
tain common hazardous wastes, and reduce the regulato-
ry burden on businesses that generate these wastes.
Defines universal wastes as including certain batteries,
agricultural pesticides, and thermostats. Describes how
businesses, households, and communities are affected by
this rule. Outlines the state's role in implementing this
rule. Also available in Spanish.
                              02/15/1996
 U.S.  Environmental Protection Agency
 Mine Waste Policy Dialogue Committee
 Meeting Summaries and Supporting
 Material	

 Contains the transmittal memorandum and charter
 establishing the EPA's Mine Waste Policy Dialogue
 Committee, the list of participants, summaries of the
 meetings, the EPA memorandum concerning procedural
 approaches to develop a template and conduct states
 reviews, and the Policy Dialogue Committee White
 Paper. Defines mining waste issues and identifies differ-
 ing positions on the issues.
 (EPA530-R-94r043)               03/15/1994
Use of the Water Balance Method for
Predicting Leachate Generation From
Solid Waste Disposal Sites       	

Analyzes factors affecting percolation and its relationship
to leachate generation. Discusses methodology to esti-
mate leachate generation based on water balance method
commonly used in soil and water conservation fields.
(EPASW-168)                  10/15/1975
U.S. Department of Transportation
Hazardous Materials Regulations as They
Apply to the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency's Hazardous Waste
Regulations	

Explains the interface which occurs between the
Department of Transportation and EPA regulations when
hazardous wastes are transported (Hazardous Materials
Transportation Regulation). Manual does not address
sections of the regulation dealing with transportation by
pipeline. EPA regulations under sections 265.1 and 260.10
do not apply.
(EPA SW-935)                  11/01/1981
Used Dry Cell Batteries: Is a Collection
Program Right for Your Community?

Helps communities determine whether establishing a
program to collect used dry cell batteries is right for
them. Reviews 10 key issues related to setting up and
running a collection program, from determining the
types and amounts of dry cell batteries being discarded
to estimating the likely costs of a program. Focuses on
household battery collection.
                              12/15/1992
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The Used Oil Management Standards
(Video)	
Designed primarily for generators of used oil, this video
also contains useful information for all used oil handlers
whose activities are regulated by EPA's used oil manage-
ment standards, Explains the definition of used oil han-
dlers. Discusses how to manage used oil, what types of
used oil are regulated, and issues pertaining to use oil
and hazardous waste. Addresses used oil disposal and
the specific used oil management requirements.
                               07/15/1999
Variable Rates in Solid Waste: Handbook
for Solid Waste Officials; Volume I:
Executive  Summary	

Points out potential benefits of moving toward variable
rates, and potential costs. Manual and companion vol-
ume are designed to assist managers and analysts in car-
rying out analysis of options available in their jurisdic-
tions, and to alert managers to issues, interdependences,
options, suggestions, and solutions.
                               06/15/1990
 Variable Rates in Solid Waste:  Handbook
 for Solid Waste Officials; Volume II:
 Detailed Manual	
 Assists solid waste officials in analyzing solid waste sys-
 tem changes. Emphasis on factors related to changes to fee
 system. Includes six major parts with tables of contents.
 (EPA530-SW-90-084B)           06/15/1990
                  Voluntaries para el  Cambio: Una Guia
                  para el Servicio Comunitario Ambiental
                  (Spanish Translation of Volunteer for
                  Change: A Guide to Environmental
                  Community Service)	
                  Contiene ejemplos de proyectos voluntaries relacionado
                  al manejo de los desperdisios solidos. Incluye informa-
                  ci6n de contactos y recursos addicionales y tambien tiene
                  un glosario de terminos. Esta disenado para una audien-
                  cia adulta que abarque estudiantes universitarios y per-
                  sonas mayores.
                                                01/15/2002
                  Volunteer for Change: A Guide to
                  Environmental Community Service	

                  Contains examples of volunteer projects related to solid
                  waste management. Includes contact information as well
                  as additional resources and a glossary of terms. Targeted
                  to an adult audience ranging from college students to
                  senior citizens. Included in the Your Life, Your World, Your
                  Choices: Everything You Do Can Make a Difference Kit. Also
                  available in Spanish.
                                                05/15/2001
 *Vehicular Products Containing
 Recovered Materials	

 Lists manufacturers and suppliers of vehicular products
 (re-refined lubricating oils, retread tires, and engine
 coolants) containing recovered materials. Includes com-
 pany name, address, contact name, phone number, and
 fax number. Listings are based on information provided
 by the manufacturer and do not represent an endorse-
 ment by EPA. Only available on OSW's web site at
 
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Waste Analysis at Facilities That
Generate, Treat, Store, and Dispose of
Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance Manual

Provides guidance to the regulated community, permit
writers, and enforcement officials in establishing the cri-
teria to properly evaluate and prepare RCRA waste
analysis plans. Contains guidance on determining indi-
vidual waste analysis responsibilities and how to meet
these responsibilities. Includes facility-specific proce-
dures for conducting waste analysis and developing a
waste analysis plan, a checklist to ensure that all waste
analysis responsibilities at individual facilities have been
addressed, and facility-specific (i.e., generator, disposal,
and onsite and offsite treatment facilities) model waste
analysis plans. Appendices include hazardous waste
identification, regulatory summary, waste analysis data
flow responsibilities, regulatory citations for conducting
waste analysis, overview of major hazardous waste man-
agement units, glossary of terms, and references.
(EPA530-R-94-024)              04/15/1994
Waste Analysis Guidance for Facilities
That Burn Hazardous Wastes; Draft	

Provides guidance to facilities and EPA regional and state
personnel regarding appropriate approaches to sampling
and analyzing feed streams to ensure compliance with
EPA requirements for waste analysis for hazardous waste
combustion devices. Describes three alternatives for
demonstrating compliance: batch analysis, qualification
of a feed stream, and statistical analysis. Discusses regula-
tory requirements; waste analysis plans; sampling and
analysis strategies; incomplete data, outliers, and detec-
tion limits; management of residues; and documentation
to demonstrate compliance. Appendix contains table of K
factors for calculation of tolerance limits.
                                10/15/2994
Waste Management Area (WMA) and
Supplemental Well (SPW) Guidance; Final
Provides guidance to RCRA permit writers and other
interested parties regarding the implementation of waste
management area and supplemental well approaches
according to amendments proposed to the Subpart F rule
on July 26,1988. Contains proposed modifications to the
model permit language to be used in implementing the
waste management area and supplemental well
approaches. Compares and contrasts the objectives and
uses of waste management areas and corrective action
management units.
(EPA530-R-93-022)              06/15/1993
Waste Minimization: Environmental
Quality with Economic Benefits	
Focuses on EPA's waste minimization program under
1984 RCRA amendments. Describes general waste mini-
mization practices and lists federal and state offices that
can assist generators in initiating or expanding programs.
                                04/15/1990
Waste Minimization; Executive Summary

Recommends that generators should determine which
waste minimization techniques are economically practi-
cable and that EPA not specify requirements for waste
minimization, EPA does plan to expand efforts in its pro-
posed three-point waste minimization strategy. Strategy
includes information gathering, core waste minimization
program, and longer-term options.
                                10/15/1986
                                                     Waste Minimization for Selected
                                                     Residuals in the Petroleum Refining
                                                     Industry	

                                                     Discusses source reduction and recycling techniques for
                                                     selected residuals from the petroleum refining industry.
                                                     Presents an overview of the petroleum refining industry,
                                                     process diagrams, and descriptions for 29 residuals and
                                                     source reduction options. Provides an evaluation of the
                                                     quantity and quality of waste minimization information
                                                     for each source.
                                                     (EPA530-R-96-009)               12/15/1996
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Waste Minimization in Metals Parts
Cleaning	
Offers significant and often cost-effective opportunities
to reduce emissions and discharges of toxic pollutants.
General strategy for minimizing waste is presented.
Gives insolvent cleaning, aqueous-based cleaning, and
abrasive cleaning applications. Includes bibliography.
                                08/15/1989
                  Waste Prevention: It Makes Good
                  Business Sense (Brochure)	
                  Describes how minimizing waste maximizes profits.
                  Defines waste prevention and lists its benefits. Lists
                  some approaches to waste prevention. Includes an order
                  form for additional information.
                                                  09/15/1993
 "Waste Minimization Trends Report
 (1991-1998)	

 Evaluates the progress made in achieving the national
 goal of a 50 percent reduction in waste minimization pri-
 ority chemicals since 1991 and will help EPA set priori-
 ties for reduction of chemicals. Describes national chemi-
 cal waste generation and management trends for all and
 individual priority chemicals and trends for each report-
 ing industrial sector. Uses information from the Toxic
 Release Inventory (TRI), a national database that identi-
 fies facilities, chemicals manufactured and used at the
 identified facilities, and the annual amounts of these
 chemicals. Addresses only the 17 chemicals from EPA's
 priority list that TRI has tracked since 1991. Includes
 appendices. Only available on the Internet at .
                                09/15/2002
                   Waste Prevention Pays Off: Companies
                   Cut Waste in the Workplace	

                   Describes the successful waste prevention efforts of a
                   large computer firm, a defense contractor, an ice cream
                   company, and a variety of other businesses. Organized
                   according to basic waste prevention strategies: using or
                   manufacturing minimal or reusable packaging; using
                   and maintaining durable equipment and supplies;
                   reusing products and supplies; reducing the use of haz-
                   ardous components; using supplies and materials more
                   efficiently; composting yard trimmings on site; exchang-
                   ing, selling, or giving away unneeded goods or materi-
                   als; and eliminating unnecessary items. Outlines the ben-
                   efits of waste prevention for businesses: economic
                   advantages, enhanced corporate image, improved
                   employee morale, and compliance with local or state
                   solid waste requirements.
                                                   09/15/1993
 Waste Not, Want Not: Feeding the
 Hungry and Reducing Solid Waste
 through Food Recovery	
 Designed as a resource guide to show businesses and
 state and local solid waste management programs how
 they can incorporate food recovery programs into their
 overall waste reduction strategies. Describes some of the
 prominent food recovery activities already taking place
 and suggests how a business, a state, or a municipality
 can support existing programs or begin new ones.
 Outlines key considerations relating to legal issues and
 food safety. Provides an overview of the food recovery
 and waste reduction hierarchy. Appendices include
 resources available on the Internet, state resource list,
 text of the Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act,
 and citations for state Good Samaritan laws.
                                 12/15/1999
                   Waste Prevention, Recycling, and
                   Composting Options: Lessons From 30
                   Communities	

                   Analyzes the actual operating experience of 30 diverse
                   communities—some with high materials recovery rates,
                   others with model waste reduction initiatives and draws
                   lessons for communities wanting to strengthen their own
                   programs. Examines demographic and materials genera-
                   tion and recovery levels.  Discusses waste-prevention
                   strategies and comprehensive source-separation compost-
                   ing programs. Addresses improving residential, commer-
                   cial and institutional recovery levels and targeting con-
                   struction and demolition debris for recovery. Analyzes
                   the costs of recycling and composting. Appendices
                   include data definitions and methodology, community
                   contacts, waste generation calculations, procurement, and
                   Guelph, Ontario's wet/dry collection system.
                                                   02/15/1994
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Waste Reduction Activities of Selected
WasteWi$e Partners: Electric Power
Industry	

Describes some of the most effective and innovative solid
waste reduction activities implemented by the electric
utility industry, based onsite visits, interviews, and litera-
ture reviews. Details the numerous waste prevention,
recycling, and buy recycled programs implemented by
many utilities. Highlights factors influencing the deci-
sion- making process within the utility industry,
approaches utility solid waste and recycling managers
are taking to overcome barriers and obstacles, and efforts
being undertaken to find waste reduction solutions for
several difficult solid waste streams. Organized accord-
ing to functional areas in which waste is generated at
utilities: generation, distribution and transmission, ware-
house, fleet, and administrative offices. Appendix pro-
files WasteWi$e utility partners.
                               08/15/1994
Waste Transfer Stations: Involved Citizens
Make the Difference	
Defines what a waste transfer station is. Provides informa-
tion to develop opinions about a proposed or modified
transfer station. In addition, the booklet suggests ideas on
how to get involved to enhance the value of a waste trans-
fer station. Answers frequently asked questions as well as
provides additional resources and contacts.
                               02/15/2001
WasteWise: Climate Benefits from
Reducing Waste	

Describes the WasteWise Program. Explains how
WasteWise helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Also
available in the kit folder Climate Change and Waste.
Updates the 1999 fact sheet.
                                03/15/2003
Waste Reduction Tips for Hotels and
Casinos in Indian Country	
Discusses the economic advantages of waste prevention.
Lists steps for starting a waste reduction program.
Provides a checklist and tips for reducing waste.
Includes success stories.
                                04/15/2000
WasteWise: 2002 Progress Report
Examines the innovations of WasteWise partners in the
eighth year of the program. Announces the 2002 award
winners and describes their approaches to reducing
waste.  Includes an index of articles by member name.
                                09/15/2002
Waste Transfer Stations: A Manual for
Decision-Making	

Defines waste transfer stations and discusses why they
are needed. Addresses planning and siting a transfer sta-
tion, public involvement, design and operation, environ-
mental issues (traffic, noise, odors), safety issues, facility
oversight, applicable regulations, and common regulato-
ry compliance methods. Appendix provides state trans-
fer station regulations. Includes  references and a glossary
of terms and acronyms.
                               06/15/2002
WasteWise: Fifth-Year Progress Report

Examines the WasteWise program's fifth year and shares
the results achieved by WasteWise partners in 1998.
Describes waste reduction results since the program's
inception in 1994. Contains graph showing WasteWise
partner growth from 1994 through June 1999. Highlights
1999 Partners of the Year and their accomplishments in
waste prevention, recycling collection, and buying or
manufacturing recycled content products in 1998.
                                08/15/1999
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WasteWi$e: First-Year Progress Report

Describes the WasteWise program's first year and shares
the results achieved by WasteWise partners in 1994.
Includes sections on solid waste reduction; industry sec-
tors represented by WasteWi$e partners; and measuring
success in waste prevention, recyclables collection, and
purchase or manufacture of recycled products. Provides
data and specific examples. Outlines WasteWise program
services and what it takes to become a WasteWise partner.
                                09/15/1995
WasteWi$e:  Second-Year Progress Report

Describes the WasteWi$e program's second year and
shares the results achieved by WasteWi$e partners in
1995. Includes sections on waste prevention, innovations
in office waste prevention, recyclables collection, and pur-
chase or manufacture of recycled products. Provides data
and specific examples. Outlines WasteWise program ser-
vices and what it takes to become a WasteWise partner.
                               09/15/1996
WasteWise Seventh-Year Progress Report

Details waste reduction results for the WasteWise pro-
gram's seventh year. Describes the success of Resource
Management, a waste reduction technique, introduced
during the year. Includes success stories. Reports on
accomplishments of award winners, including Eastman
Kodak Company, General Motors Corporation, and
Verizon.
                                11/15/2001
WasteWise Sixth-Year Progress Report

Details waste reduction results. Highlighting how
WasteWise has reached new goals and how waste reduc-
tion protects the global climate. In addition, recycling
collection and recycled-content purchases have
increased. Reports on WasteWise membership and pro-
gram accomplishments, including, those accomplish-
ments made by Russel Corporation, Walt Disney World
Corporation, and Ford Motor Company. Furthermore,
recognizes the 2000 WasteWise award winners.
                                08/15/2000
                   WasteWi$e: Third Year Progress Report:
                    1996    	

                   Examines the WasteWi$e program's third year and
                   shares the results achieved by WasteWi$e partners in
                   1996. Describes how waste reduction works for every-
                   one, including sections on working with suppliers, work-
                   ing with customers, reducing production waste, working
                   with employees, and reducing waste with the communi-
                   ty. Provides highlights of the 1996 to 1997 program mem-
                   bership increased by 50 percent, program stream-lined to
                   make participation easier, partners recognized for ongo-
                   ing commitment to waste reduction, increased opportu-
                   nities for partner information exchange, and expanded
                   communications with WasteWise partners. Lists new
                   publications. Outlines future plans. Contains partner reg-
                   istration form.
                                                   11/15/1997
                   WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Buying or
                   Manufacturing Recycled Products	
                   Defines "buying recycled" and recycled content terms.
                   Discusses the benefits of buying or manufacturing goods
                   with recycled content. Addresses how the purchase of
                   recycled products and recovered raw materials fits into
                   EPA's WasteWi$e program. Lists types of products avail-
                   able with recycled content. Treats cost and quality of
                   recycled products and recovered raw materials. Cites
                   sources of additional information.
                                                   01/15/1994
                   WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Facility Waste
                   Assessments	

                   Defines waste assessments and purposes for conducting
                   them. Addresses how waste assessments fit into EPA's
                   WasteWi$e program. Discusses the different types of
                   waste assessments and how a waste assessment helps in
                   selecting and implementing waste reduction actions.
                   Lists sources of additional information.
                                                   01/15/2994
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WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Recycling
Collection _

Defines recycling and the benefits of collecting recy-
clables. Addresses how recycling fits into EPA's
WasteWi$e program. Lists materials that can be recycled.
Discusses how to get started, locating buyers for recycled
materials, setting up a good collection program, educat-
ing employees, and monitoring and evaluating the col-
lection program. Lists additional sources of information.
                               01/15/1994
WasteWi$e Update (Issue #2): A Fresh
Look at Packaging	

Features waste reduction activities of the business com-
munity. This issue focuses on packaging reductions.
Provides case studies, a sampling of WasteWi$e packag-
ing goals, and efforts to reduce packaging at every step
of the manufacturing process, from raw materials deliv-
ery to the transportation of products to customers.
Includes a list of organizations providing resources.
                               05/15/1995
WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Waste Prevention

Defines waste prevention and its benefits. Addresses how
waste prevention fits into EPA's WasteWi$e program.
Provides some examples of waste prevention. Offers
examples of waste prevention opportunities available to
most companies. Lists additional sources of information.
                               01/15/1994
WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: WasteWise
Program Road Map	

Describes EPA's WasteWi$e program. Explains how to
participate in the WasteWi$e program and describes the
assistance offered by EPA to participants.
                               01/15/1994
WasteWi$e Update (Issue #1)	

Features waste reduction experiences and thoughts from
WasteWise member companies. Discusses waste preven-
tion goals. Includes a form for the WasteWi$e "Peer
Exchange" program.
                               12/15/1994
WasteWi$e Update (Issue #3): Measuring
Waste Reduction	

Focuses on measuring waste reduction. Includes articles
on making "cents" of waste prevention measurement,
how General Motors meets the measurement challenge,
highlights of the successes of specific companies, slim-
ming down waste by reducing bulk mail, measurement
software, approaches to collecting data, and Kodak's and
Polaroid's activities in waste reduction.
                               09/15/1995
WasteWi$e Update (Issue #4):  Employee
Education	

Focuses on employee education. Includes articles on the
ABC's of employee education, examples of how some
companies are educating employees, awards and recog-
nition, and educating suppliers and customers. Contains
a tip sheet for WasteWi$e employee education with a
waste prevention checklist.
                               01/15/2996
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WasteWi$e Update (Issue #5): Going
Paperless with Technology	

Focuses on reducing paper through the use of electronic
technology such as computerized documents and filing
systems, CD-ROM electronic data interchange, and CD-
ROM and other interactive tools. Provides an overview
of common elements of electronic data interchange pro-
grams, including start-up costs, implementation costs,
payback periods, and benefits. Includes case studies.
Contains information on electronic availability of
WasteWi$e program resources.
                                06/15/2996
WasteWi$e Update (Issue #6):
Remanufactured Products: Good as New
Focuses on remanufactured products. Assists WasteWi$e
partners in becoming knowledgeable about the variety of
remanufactured goods available and introduces issues to
consider when purchasing them. Lists remanufacturing
trade associations and related businesses. Includes furni-
ture, toner cartridges, copiers, medical sensors, street
lights, and tires.
                               05/15/2997
WasteWi$e Update (Issue #7): Donation
Programs: Turning Trash Into Treasures

Focuses on donation programs. Describes how donation
is an important waste prevention strategy, since it elimi-
nates the need for the purchase and manufacture of new
products and helps prevent the disposal of materials into
landfills. Provides examples of WasteWi$e partner dona-
tion programs. Contains articles on the donation of med-
ical supplies, the "growth" of artificial reefs through the
donation of used utility poles and an old football stadi-
um, and educating others through corporate donations.
Includes the insert Donation and Reuse: Resource Listing
(also available separately).
                                08/15/1997
                    WasteWi$e Update (Issue #8): Closing the
                    Loop	

                    Focuses on purchasing and manufacturing recycled-con-
                    tent products as a companion activity to recycling.
                    Discusses starting a buy-recycled program. Addresses
                    the myths about recycled-content products—high cost,
                    inferior quality, difficulty in locating. Provides a sam-
                    pling of the recycled-content products currently avail-
                    able. Gives  examples of several state and local govern-
                    ment WasteWi$e partners' programs for purchasing
                    products with recycled content. Examines company
                    agreements to purchase products manufactured with the
                    company's  own materials collected for recycling.
                    Includes the insert Buy-Recycled Resource Listing (also
                    available separately).
                                                    12/15/1997
                    WasteWise Update (Issue #9): Building
                    Supplier Partnerships	

                    Addresses waste received from suppliers in the form of
                    excess packaging, rejected products, and inventory that
                    expires before it is used. Discusses strategies for convinc-
                    ing suppliers to reduce packaging or change distribution
                    systems. Provides the key steps for a successful project:
                    investigating the options, finding time and dedicated
                    personnel, and involving all departments and vendors
                    early. Contains success stories. Includes list of publica-
                    tions and Internet resources.
                                                   04/15/1998
                    WasteWise Update (Issue #10): Extended
                    Product Responsibility	
                    Discusses and defines design for the environment, sup-
                    ply chain and industry partnerships, leasing, and take-
                    back programs. Provides examples of companies provid-
                    ing EPR. Lists resources—publications, national organi-
                    zations and programs, and web sites.
                                                   10/15/1998
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WasteWise Update (Issue #11): The
Measure of Success—Calculating Waste
Reduction	

Discusses the benefits of measurement. Describes how to
measure waste reduction, including selecting the right
measurement approach, establishing a baseline, collect-
ing data, and calculating results. Also details how to
assess the cost savings, environmental impact, and hid-
den benefits of waste reduction. Includes resources.
                               07/15/1999



WasteWise Update (Issue #12):
Recovering Organic Wastes-Giving  Back
to  Mother Nature	

Addresses recovering organic wastes, including com-
posting, grasscycling, and food donation. Describes the
various methods of composting. Includes success stories
and a list of resources.
                               09/15/1999
WasteWise Update (Issue #13): Moving
Toward Sustainability	

Focuses on the continuum of sustainability approaches:
examines material flows within an organization; explores
the flow of material resources among a network of orga-
nizations; and discusses the ultimate goal of sustainabili-
ty, a socioeconomic system in which resources are cycled
through the system to sustain future generations.
Describes the evolution of environmental thinking from
end-of-pipe pollution control solutions to the concepts of
industrial ecology and sustainability. Features examples
of WasteWise partners who have made commitments
toward becoming sustainable businesses.
                               03/25/2000
 WasteWise Update (Issue #14): Electronics
 Reuse and Recycling	

 Focuses on the reuse and recycling of electronics.
 Explains why used electronics represent a concern.
 Describes the benefits of electronics reuse and recycling.
 Details what you should know before donating or recy-
 cling electronics. Tells how to purchase long-life electron-
 ics. Explains how to manage, repair, donate, and extend
 the product life spans. Gives opportunities for manufac-
 turers to minimize electronics waste. And, describes what
 actions governments are taking. In addition, provides
 additional resources for electronic waste management.
                               10/15/2000
WasteWise Update (Issue #15):
Environmentally Preferable Purchasing

Defines environmentally preferable purchasing (EPP) as
the consideration of environmental attributes of products
and services prior to purchase. Identifies the environ-
mental and economic benefits of EPP, describes how to
establish and maintain an EPP program, and provides
EPP examples. Includes resources.
                               07/15/2001
WasteWise Update (Issue #16): Building
for the Future    	

Addresses resource efficient building, which emphasizes
the reduction of construction and demolition debris;
incorporation of waste prevention, durability, and recy-
clability into building design; and the use of resource-
efficient building materials. Provides an overview of
resource-efficient and green buildings and a comprehen-
sive list of resources.
                               02/25/2002
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WasteWise Update (Issue #17): Resource
Management: Strategic Partnerships for
Resource Efficiency	

Defines resource management as a strategic alternative to
traditional disposal contracting that emphasizes and
rewards resource efficiency {i.e., prevention, reuse, recy-
cling) rather than waste disposal. Highlights tactics and
performance of resource management contracting by
three WasteWise partners.
                               03/15/2002
WasteWise Update (Issue #18): Global
Warming...Is a Waste!	

Addresses how EPA is incorporating climate change edu-
cation and technical assistance into the WasteWise pro-
gram. Discusses the connection between climate and
waste. Provides examples of what actions corporations,
states and communities are taking. Describes the Waste
Reduction Model (WARM) used to calculate the cooling
effects of waste reduction.  Includes resources.
                               09/15/2002
 WasteWise Update (Issue  #19):
 Environmental Management Systems

 Provides an overview of environmental management
 systems (EMSs), Describes the four phases: Plan (identify
 environmental aspects and establish goals), Do (train
 employees and establish operational controls), Check
 (monitor and evaluate progress), Act (review progress
 and make corrective actions). Shares lessons learned and
 best practices of some WasteWise partners. Includes
 resources.
                               01/15/2003
                  Water Quality in Open Pit Precious Metal
                  Mines	

                  Documents the current level of understanding of issues
                  concerning pit water quality and determines where addi-
                  tional research is needed. Discusses factors contributing
                  to pit water quality: ground water flow, water-wall rock
                  reactions (flow in structures and sloughing of wallrocks),
                  acid versus alkaline pit water (the acid forming process,
                  neutralization, evaluation of potential for acid produc-
                  tion, and mitigation of acid mine drainage), trace ele-
                  ments, arsenic speciation, evapoconcentration,  and
                  hydrothermal activity. Examines existing pit lakes  at
                  mines for phosphate, uranium, coal, copper, silver, and
                  gold and looks at the effects of pit water quality on life.
                  Addresses reclamation.
                  (EPA530-R-95-011)               02/15/1994
                  *What on Earth Can You Do with an Old
                  Jelly Jar? (Poster)	

                  Poster depicts several ways to reuse an old jelly jar. At
                  this time, this publication is only available on OSW's
                  web site at .
                                                 07/15/1999
                  Why Waste a Fleet? Just Use a Sheet
                  (Poster)	
                  Encourages responsible photocopying, two-sided photo-
                  copying, and making only the number of copies needed.
                                                 04/15/1994
                                                     Will a Source Reduction Program Work in
                                                     Your Community?	

                                                     Defines source reduction and discusses its importance.
                                                     Describes EPA's Source Reduction Program Potential
                                                     Manual and Reducelt software and provides ordering
                                                     information for it.
                                                                                   01/15/1999
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WIN/INFORMED: Universe Identification,
Waste Activity Monitoring, Program Area
Analysis; Final  Report	

Describes the background to the Waste Information
Needs/Information Needs for Making Informed
Decisions (WIN/INFORMED) initiative and the com-
bined Universe Identification and Waste Activity
Monitoring Program Area Analysis, including the scope
of the project and the participating organizations.
Presents the findings from the project's analysis and pro-
vides recommendations on how the existing information
collection and management procedures should be
improved and streamlined. Addresses how access to
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) pro-
gram information should be enhanced to be able to
respond to the types of questions typically asked by or of
program staff. Includes glossary and appendices.
(EPA530-R-00-004)                01/15/2000
Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight
Programs   	
Focuses on composting yard waste which has potential
as an MSW management option in the United States.
Highlights eight programs, with program locations noted
                     You Dump it. You Drink It
on map.
(EPA530-SW-89-038)
04/15/1989
You Can Make a Difference: Learn
about Careers in Waste Management
Flyer describing career opportunities in waste manage-
ment. Addresses community service, student employ-
ment, internships, and advanced education. Describes
the activities of the Office of Solid Waste and OSW's
career page on its web site. Explains how to access EPA's
EZhire on the Internet. Included in the Your Life, Your
World, Your Choices: Everything You Do Can Make a
Difference Kit.
                               02/15/2003
                     Poster designed for service stations. Encourages cus-
                     tomers who change their own motor oil to dispose of it
                     properly. In Spanish on reverse side.
                                                   02/15/2003
                                                   , Oi&r fom: -OSW
                     You Dump It, You Drink It:  Recycle Used
                     Motor Oil	
                     Flyer for consumers who change their own motor oil.
                     Describes how to properly dispose of used oil. Also
                     available in Spanish.
                                                    02/15/2003
Your Life, Your World, Your Choices:
Everything You Do Can Make a
Difference Kit	

Kit containing materials to help teens learn about the
environmental impacts of products they use in their
everyday lives, initiate school or community reuse and
recycling programs, find and participate in environmen-
tal volunteer and service-learning opportunities, and
pursue environmental careers. Includes A Collection of
Solid Waste Resources on CD-ROM, "Greenscaping" Your
Lawn and Garden, Reuse + Recycling = Waste Reduction: A
Guide for Schools and Group, The Life Cycle of a CD or DVD,
Service Learning: Education Beyond the Classroom, Volunteer
for Change: A Guide to Environmental Community Service,
and You Can Make a Difference: Learn About Careers in
Waste Management.
                               02/15/2003
                     Your Life, Your World, Your Choices;
                     Everything You Do Can Make a
                     Difference Kit Order Form    	
                     Briefly describes the Your Life, Your World, Your Choices:
                     Everything Your Do Can Make a Difference Kit for teens.
                     Provides instructions for ordering and an order form.
                                                    05/15/2003
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Alphabetical  Listing of  Subjects
ACETALDEHYDE PRODUCTION WASTES
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
  Background Document for K009 and K010 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
  Rule; Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related
  Comments
ACETONE PRODUCTION WASTES
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version)
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT
  Background Document for K022; Amendment (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes
  From the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095, and K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:
  Wastes From the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges
  From the Production of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still
  Tails From the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
  K083: Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
  Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
ACRYLONITRILE WASTES	
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K011, K013, and K014
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K011, K013, and K014;
  Addendum for Acrylonitrile Wastes (Final)
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes
  From the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics;
  K002-K008: Inorganic Pigments; K011, K013, K014:
  Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms From Benzal
  Chloride; K046: Wastewater Treatment Sludges from
  Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of Lead-
  Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
  Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge From Secondary Lead Smelting
AIR EMISSIONS	
• *Environmental Fact Sheet: Interim Emission
  Standards for 1999 Hazardous Waste Combustor Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Management Standards
  Proposed for Cement Kiln Dust Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory Determination
  for Wastes from the Combustion of Fossil Fuels
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
  Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
• *Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards for Hazardous
  Air Pollutants for Hazardous Waste Combustors—
  Direct Final Rule, Parallel Proposal, and Proposed
  Rule
• *Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion into Indoor Air
• Evaluation Guidelines for Toxic Air Emissions From
  Land Disposal Facilities
• Exposure Assessment Guidance for RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities; Draft
• General and Interim Status Standards for Tanks (40
  CFR 264 and 265, Subpart J); Interim Status Standards
  for Chemical, Physical, and Biological Treatment (40
  CFR 265, Subpart Q); Standards Applicable to Owners
  and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
  Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle
  C, Section 3004
• Guidance Document for  Subpart F: Air Emission
  Monitoring; Land Disposal Toxic Air Emissions
  Evaluation Guideline
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• *Guidance for Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion to
  Indoor Air Pathway from Groundwater and Soils
  (Subsurface Vapor Intrusion Guidance); Draft
• Guide for Industrial Waste Management
• Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
• Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering
  Phase; Final Report
• Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
  O); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Industrial Waste Air Model Technical Background
  Document
* Industrial Waste Air Model (IWAIR) User's Guide
• Industrial Waste Management: A Guide to Best
  Practices
• Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry Scrubber and
  Baghouse Equipped Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Methods Manual for Compliance with the BIF
  Regulations: Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers and
  Industrial Furnaces
• Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Assessment of
  Health Risks Associated With Exposure to Municipal
  Waste Combustion Emissions
* Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Control of
  Organic Emissions
* Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Emissions Data
  Base for Municipal Waste Combustors
• Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Report to
  Congress
• Performance Test on a Spray Dryer, Fabric Filter,  and
  Wet Scrubber; Draft Test Report
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater
  and Air Emission Monitoring
• Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate, Metals, and HC1 Emissions;  John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma;
  Draft Test Report
• RCRA Organic Air Emission Standards for TSDFs and
  Generators
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Air Emission Standards
• Regulation of Fuel Blending and Related Treatment
  and Storage Activities Memo
• Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust
• Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of
  Fossil  Fuels
                     • Risk Burn Guidance for Hazardous Waste Combustion
                       Facilities
                     • Screening Level Ecological Risk Assessment Protocol
                       for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities: Peer Draft
                       Review (Complete Set)
                     • Solid Waste Management and Greenhouse Gases: A
                       Life-Cycle Assessment of Emissions and Sinks
                     • Technical Evaluation of the Combustion System of the
                       Marine Shale Processors, Inc., Facility in Amelia,
                       Louisiana
                     • Technical Guidance Document: Inspection Techniques
                       for the Fabrication of Geomembrane Field Seams
                     • Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures:
                       Determining Appropriate Technology and Response
                       for Air Releases; Draft Final Report
                     ALTERNATE CONCENTRATION LIMITS
                     • Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance; Part I: ACL
                       Policy and Information Requirements; Part II: Based
                       on 264.94(B) Criteria; Case Studies
                     ALUMINUM	
                       see MARKETS—ALUMINUM
                       see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—ALUMINUM
                     ALUMINUM PRODUCTION WASTES
                     • Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
                       Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
                       Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
                       (Complete Set)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Spent Potliners From
                       Primary Aluminum Reduction—K088 (Final)
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule Aims to
                       Revise Certain Standards for Spent Potliners from
                       Primary Aluminum Reduction (K088) and  Identify a
                       New Regulatory Classification Scheme for Vitrification
                       Units Treating K088 Waste
                     • Groundwater Pathway Analysis for Aluminum
                       Potliners (K088)
                     • Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
                       Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
                       Revised Risk Assessment for Spent Aluminum
                       Potliners
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ANILINE PRODUCTION WASTES	

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Distillation Bottoms From
  the Production of Aniline, K083 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K103 and K104 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes
  From the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095, and K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:
  Wastes From the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges
  From the Production of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still
  Tails From the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
  K083: Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
  Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
ANTIMONY WASTES	
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K021 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
  Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes
  from the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-
  K008: Inorganic Pigments; K011, K013, K014:
  Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms from Benzyl
  Chloride; K046: Wastewater Treatment Sludges from
  Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of Lead-
  Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
  Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 6:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997
ARSENIC WASTES
• Background Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
  Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
  Comments
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K031, K084, K101, K102,
  Characteristic Arsenic Wastes (D004), Characteristic
  Selenium Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes
  Containing Arsenic and-Selenium Listing Constituents
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K101 and K102 Low
  Arsenic Subcategory (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
  Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Universal Standards;
  Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
  Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Universal Standards;
  Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms
 , of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
  F032, F034, and F035; Final
• Combustion of Hazardous Wastes Containing Arsenic,
  Lead, and Mercury
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
  Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
• Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate, Metals, and HC1 Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma;
  Draft Test Report
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase IV Land
  Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wood
  Preserving Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-E: BDAT Related Comments; D004:
  Characteristic Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U
  Wastes Containing Arsenic; and D010: Characteristic
  Wastes for Selenium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
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  Response to Comments Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions Phase IV: Treatment Standards for Wood
  Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction and
  Streamlining, Exemptions From RCRA for Certain
  Processed Materials, and Miscellaneous Hazardous
  Waste Provisions; Final Rule
  Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 2:
  Comments Related to Phase IV Proposed Rule, August
  22,1995
ASBESTOS	
• Asbestos Waste Management Guidance: Generation,
  Transport, Disposal
 ASH	
 •  Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash,
   Ash Extracts, and Leachates
 •  Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from
   MSW Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites
   (Complete Set)
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Determines That Ash
   From Waste-to-Energy Facilities Is Subject to
   Hazardous Waste Regulations Upon Exiting the
   Combustion Building
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel
   Convention Aim to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk,
   and Promote Recycling
 •  Guidance for the Sampling and Analysis of Municipal
   Waste Combustion Ash for the Toxicity Characteristic
 •  Implementation Strategy of U.S. Supreme Court
   Decision in City of Chicago v. EDF for Municipal
   Waste Combustion Ash; Memorandum
 •  Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and Leachate
   Characterization; Monofill Baseline Year; Woodburn
   Monofill; Woodburn, Oregon
 •  Reusable News (Fall  1992)
 •  Reusable News (Summer 1994)
 •  Revised Implementation Strategy for City of Chicago
   v. EDF Municipal Waste Combustion Ash Supreme
   Court Decision; Memorandum Subjects
                     BARIUM WASTES
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Barium Wastes D005 and
                       P013 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
                       Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Universal Standards;
                       Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
                       Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Universal Standards;
                       Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms
                       of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
                       RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
                       RCRA in Focus: Printing
                       Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 1-F: BDAT Related Comments; D005:
                       Characteristic Wastes, for Barium and P013; and D006:
                       Characteristic Wastes for Cadmium
                     BATTERIES	
                       see MARKETS—BATTERIES
                       see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—BATTERIES
                     BENZYL CHLORIDE WASTES	
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K015 (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K015; Addendum (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for Wastes for Which
                       Wastewater Treatment Standards Were Determined
                       Based on Concentrations in Incinerator Scrubber
                       Water: K015, K016, K018, K019, K020, K023, K024,
                       K028, K030, K048, K049, K050, K051, K052, K087,
                       K093, K094, U028, U069, U088, U102, U107, and U190
                       (Final Amendments)
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• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-K: BOAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes
  From the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics;
  K002-K008: Inorganic Pigments; K011, K013, K014:
  Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms From Benzyl
  Chloride; K046: Wastewater Treatment Sludges From
  Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of Lead-
  Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
  Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge From Secondary Lead Smelting
BERYLLIUM WASTES  	

• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
  Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
  Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase W: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 2:
  Comments Related to Phase IV Proposed Rule, August
  22,1995
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 3:
  Comments Related to First Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, January 25, 1996
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 6:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997
BEVILL AMENDMENT	
  see CEMENT KILN DUST
  see MINING AND MINERAL PROCESSING WASTES
 BUILDING  INSULATION
  see PROCUREMENT—CONSTRUCTION
BURNING [HAZARDOUS WASTE]	
  see also COMBUSTION [NON-HAZARDOUS
         WASTE]
• Background Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
  Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
  Comments
• Background Information Document for the
  Development of Regulations to Control the Burning of
  Hazardous Wastes in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces
  (Complete Set)
• Combustion of Hazardous Wastes Containing Arsenic,
  Lead, and Mercury
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data
  Set
* Engineering Handbook for Hazardous Waste
  Incineration
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to
  Requirements for Hazardous Waste Incinerator
  Permits
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to the
  Regulations for Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers
  and Industrial Furnaces Subjects
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Determines That Ash
  From Waste-to-Energy Facilities Is Subject to
  Hazardous Waste Regulations upon Exiting the
  Combustion Building
• ^Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposing to Allow
  Waste as an Energy Source for Synthesis Gas
  Production and Power Generation
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Standards for
  Hazardous Waste Combustors—Phase I
* ^Environmental Fact Sheet: Interim Emission
  Standards for 1999 Hazardous Waste Combustor Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Management Standards
  Proposed for Cement Kiln Dust Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
  Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
• *Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards for Hazardous
  Air Pollutants for Hazardous Waste Combustors—
  Direct Final Rule, Parallel Proposal, and Proposed
  Rule
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• Exposure Assessment Guidance for RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities; Draft
• Guidance on Collection of Emissions Data to Support
  Site-Specific Risk Assessments at Hazardous Waste
  Combustion Facilities: Risk Burn Guidance; Peer
  Review Draft
• Guidance for the Sampling and Analysis of Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash for the Toxicity Characteristic
• Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Incinerator
  Permits; Final Report
• Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting Study
• Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions and
  Answers
• Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering
  Phase; Final Report
• Implementation Strategy of U.S. Supreme Court
  Decision in City of Chicago v.  EDF for Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash; Memorandum
• Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
  O); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim Status Standards for Thermal Treatment
  Processes Other Than Incineration and for Open
  Burning (40 CFR 265, Subpart P); Standards Applicable
  to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
  — Safe Hazardous Waste Recycling
• Memorandum on Trial Burns  (Guidance on Trial Burn
  Failures)
• Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry Scrubber and
  Baghouse Equipped Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Methods Manual for Compliance with the BIF
  Regulations: Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers and
  Industrial Furnaces
• Mobile Incineration: An Analysis of the Industry
• Performance Test on a Spray Dryer, Fabric Filter, and
  Wet Scrubber; Draft Test Report
• Permit Process Steps: For Interim Status Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities and for New Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities
• Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators
• Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate, Metals, and HC1 Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma;
  Draft Test Report
                     •  Proposed Additions to Standards for Hazardous Waste
                       Incineration (40 CFR 264.342 and 264.343); Standards
                       Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous
                       Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
                       Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
                     •  RCRA Expanded Public Participation Rule (Brochure)
                     •  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
                     •  Reglamento de Participacion Publica Expandida de la
                       RCRA
                     •  Regulation of Fuel Blending and Related Treatment
                       and Storage Activities Memo
                     *  Report on Emergency Incidents at Hazardous Waste
                       Combustion Facilities and Other Treatment, Storage,
                       and Disposal Facilities (TSDFs)
                     •  Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
                     •  Revised Implementation Strategy for City of Chicago
                       v. EDF Municipal Waste Combustion Ash Supreme
                       Court Decision; Memorandum „
                     •  Risk Burn Guidance for Hazardous Waste Combustion
                       Facilities
                     •  Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization and
                       Combustion
                     •  Technical Evaluation of the Combustion System of the
                       Marine Shale Processors, Inc., Facility in Amelia,
                       Louisiana
                     * Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler
                       and Industrial Furnace Regulations
                     • Trial Burn Observation Guide
                     • Waste Analysis Guidance for Facilities That Burn
                       Hazardous Wastes; Draft
                     BUY RECYCLED
                       see PROCUREMENT
                     CADMIUM WASTES	
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for D006 Cadmium Wastes
                       (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
                       Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
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                                                                          Subjects
 •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
   Background Document for Universal Standards;
   Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
   Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
 •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
   Background Document for Universal Standards;
   Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms
   of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
 •  Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash,
   Ash Extracts, and Leachates
 •  Characterization of Products Containing Lead and
   Cadmium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United
   States, 1970 to-2000
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
   Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
 •  Implementation of the Mercury-Containing and
   Rechargeable Battery Management Act
 •  Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
   Tests for Particulate, Metals, and HC1 Emissions; John
   Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma;
   Draft Test Report
 •  Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis of Lead and
   Cadmium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
 •  RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
 •  RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
   Transportation
 •  RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
 •  Response to Comments Background Document for the
   Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
   Volume 1-F: BDAT Related Comments; D005:
   Characteristic Wastes for Barium and P013; and D006:
   Characteristic Wastes for Cadmium
 •  Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
   Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
   Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
   Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
   Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
   Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
   Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 2:
  Comments Related to Phase IV Proposed Rule, August
  22,1995
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 6:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997
   Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste
   Regulatory Determination
 CARBAMATE PRODUCTION WASTES
 •  Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
   Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
   Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
   (Complete Set)
 •  Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
   Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
   Revised Risk Assessment for Spent Aluminum
   Potliners
 •  Response to Capacity-Related Comments Received on
   the Phase III Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
   Rulemaking
CEMENT	
  see PROCUREMENT-CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS
CEMENT KILN DUST	
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Management Standards
  Proposed for Cement Kiln Dust Waste
• Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust
CHEMICALS	
  see INORGANIC CHEMICALS
  see ORGANIC CHEMICALS
CHLORIDE PRODUCTION WASTES	
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K016, K018, K019, K020,
  and K030 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Documents for Wastes for Which
  Wastewater Treatment Standards Were Determined
  Based on Concentrations in Incinerator Scrubber
  Water: K015, K016, K018, K019, K020, K023, K024,
  K028, K030, K048, K049, K050, K051, K052, K087,
  K093, K094, U028, U069, U088, U102, U107, and U190
  (Final Amendments)
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CHLORINATED ALIPHATIC
HYDROCARBON PRODUCTION WASTES
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
  Background Document for Wastes From the
  Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons,
  F024 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Wastes From the
  Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons,
  F024; Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Wastes From the
  Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics F025 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Promulgates Listing
  Determination for Certain Wastes from the Production
  of Chlorinated Aliphatics
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes
  From the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics;
  K002-K008: Inorganic Pigments; K011, K013, K014:
  Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms From Benzyl
  Chloride; K046; Wastewater Treatment Sludges From
  Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of Lead-
  Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
  Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge From Secondary Lead Smelting
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes
  From the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095, and K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:
  Wastes From the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges
  From the Production of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still
  Tails From the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
  K083: Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of  Chlorinated
  Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
 CHLORINATED TOLUENE PRODUCTION
 WASTES       	
 • Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
   Disposal Restrictions Phase II—Universal Treatment
   Standards, and Treatment Standards for Organic
   Toxicity Characteristic Wastes and Other Newly Listed
   Wastes; Final
                      Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                      Background Document for Chlorinated Toluene
                      Wastes: K149, K150, and K151 (Final)
                    CHLORINE PRODUCTION WASTES	
                    • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                      Background Document for K071 (Final)
                    • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                      Background Document for K073 (Final)
                    • Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of July 16,
                      1980, Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31 and
                      261.32); Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
                      Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
                    • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                      Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                      Volume 1-L: BDAT Related Comments; K071 and
                      K106: Mercury Cell Process Wastes; K086: Residues
                      From Ink Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
                    CHLOROBENZENE WASTES	
                    • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                      Background Document for Halogenated Pesticide and
                      Chlorobenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085,
                      K097, K098, K105, and D012-D017)
                    • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                      Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                      Volume 1-N: BDAT Related Comments; Halogenated
                      Organic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic,
                      Organo-Sulfur Compounds, and Organo-Nitrogen
                      Compound Wastes; and Halogenated Pesticide and
                      Chlorobenzene, Halogenated Phenolic, and Phenolic
                      Wastes
                     CHLORQPHENOL WASTES	
                     •  Background Document for Land Disposal
                       Restrictions—Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
                       Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
                       Comments
                     •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
                       F032, F034, and F035; Final
                     •  Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase IV Land
                       Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wood
                       Preserving Wastes
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  Response to Comments Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions Phase IV: Treatment Standards for Wood
  Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction and
  Streamlining, Exemptions From RCRA for Certain
  Processed Materials, and Miscellaneous Hazardous
  Waste Provisions; Final Rule
CHROMIUM WASTES	
• Background Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
  Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
  Comments
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
  Background Document for Chromium Wastes D007
  and U032 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
  Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
  Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Universal Standards;
  Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
  Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Universal Standards;
  Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms
  of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
  F032, F034, and F035; Final
• Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate, Metals, and HC1 Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma;
  Draft Test Report
• RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
• RCRA en Foco; Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
• RCRA in Focus: Leather Manufacturing
• RCRA in Focus: Printing
» RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase IV Land
  Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wood
  Preserving Wastes
* Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-G: BDAT Related Comments; D007:
  Characteristic Wastes for Chromium
• Response to Comments Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions Phase TV: Treatment Standards for Wood
  Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction and
  Streamlining, Exemptions From RCRA for Certain
  Processed Materials, and Miscellaneous Hazardous
  Waste Provisions; Final Rule
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase TV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 2:
  Comments Related to Phase TV Proposed Rule, August
  22,1995
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 3:
  Comments Related to First Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, January 25,1996
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase PV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 6:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997
CLEANUP	
  see CORRECTIVE ACTION
CLIMATE CHANGE AND WASTE	
• La Basura y el Cambio del Clima: Los Protectores del
  Planeta Descubren las Razones Escondidas para
  Reducir, Reutilizar, y Reciclar
• Climate Change and Waste (Kit Folder)
• Cover Up with Compost
• Cutting-Edge Software to Cut Emissions
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Source Reduction of
  Municipal Solid Waste
• Getting on the Books with Waste Reduction
• Greenscaping Your Lawn and Garden
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  Moving Targets
  Pay-As-You-Throw: A Cooling Effect on Climate
  Change
  Puzzled about Recycling's Value? Look Beyond the
  Bin
  Recycling the Hard Stuff
  Reusable News (Winter 1996)
  Reusable News (Fall 2001)
  Reusable News (Spring 2002)
  Solid Waste Management: A Local Challenge with
  Global Impacts
  Solid Waste Management and Greenhouse Gases: A
  Life-Cycle Assessment of Emissions and Sinks
  Trash and Climate Change: Planet Protectors Discover
  the Hidden Reasons to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
  Turning Garbage into Gold
  WasteWise: Climate Benefits from Reducing Waste
  WasteWise Update: Global Warming...Is a Waste!
 CLOSURE/POST-CLOSURE	
   see also PERMITS AND PERMITTING
 •  Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface Impoundments
 •  Closure/Post-Closure and Financial Responsibility
   Requirements for Hazardous Waste Treatment,
   Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Final Rule;
   Background Document
 •  Closure/Post-Closure Interim Status Standards (40
   CFR 265, Subpart G): Standards Applicable to Owners
   and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
   Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle
   C, Section 3004
 •  Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Closure
   and Post-Closure Care and Financial Responsibility
   Requirements (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32);
   Draft Background Document
 •  Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Guide for
   Owners / Operators
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Assurance Mechanisms
   Finalized for  Landfill Operators
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Changes to Interim Status
   Facilities; Modifications to Hazardous Waste Permits;
   Procedures for Post-Closure Permitting
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Delay of Closure Period for
   Hazardous Waste Facilities
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Amends Regulations
                       Related to Third-Party Liability Coverage, Closure,
                       and Post-Closure Care
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Revisions Proposed to Post-
                       Closure Landfill Requirements
                     • Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous Waste
                       Handler Information (RCRIS) on CD-ROM
                     • Equivalency of State Financial Responsibility
                       Mechanisms
                     • Final Draft Guidance for Subpart H of the Interim
                       Status Standards for Owners and Operators of
                       Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
                       Facilities
                     • Financial Assurance for Closure and Post-Closure
                       Care; Requirements for Owners and Operators of
                       Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
                       Facilities; A Guidance Manual
                     • Financial Responsibility for Municipal Solid Waste
                       Landfills: An Introduction for Local Governments
                     • Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and
                       Post-Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I:
                       Treatment and Storage Facilities; Volume II: Land
                       Disposal Facilities; Volume III: Unit Costs; Volume IV:
                       Documentation
                     • Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste Land
                       Treatment Closure/Post-Closure (40 CFR Part 265)
                     • Guide for Industrial Waste Management
                     • Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
                     • Industrial Waste Management: A Guide to Best
                       Practices
                     • Interim Status Standards and General Status Standards
                       for Closure and Post-Closure Care (40 CFR 264 and
                       265, Subpart G); Standards Applicable to Owners and
                       Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
                       and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
                       Section 3004
                     • Post-Closure Liability Trust Fund Simulation Model;
                       Volume I: Model Overview and Results; Volume II:
                       Graphs and Tables of Model Results; Volume III:
                       Model Description
                     • Protocol for Evaluating Interim Status Closure/Post-
                       Closure Plans
                     • Questions and Answers Regarding the July 14,1986,
                       Hazardous Waste Tank System Regulatory
                       Amendments
                     • RCRA Cleanup Reforms: Faster, Focused, More
                       Flexible Cleanups
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• RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart G Closure and
  Post-Closure Care Standards and Subpart H Cost
  Estimating Requirements
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Closure/Post-Closure (40
  CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart G)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Land Disposal Units {40 CFR
  Parts 264/265, Subparts K, L, M, N)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to RCRA Financial Assurance
  (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart H)
• RCRIS Extract CD-ROM
• Report to the Congress of the United States on the
  Post-Closure Liability Trust Fund Under Section
  3001 (A) (2) (II) of the Comprehensive Environmental
  Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980
• Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The Federal
  Regulations for Landfills
• Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical Manual
• Technical Resource Document: Design, Construction,
  and Operation of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous
  Waste Surface Impoundments
COKING OPERATIONS WASTES	
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase II—Universal Treatment
  Standards, and Treatment Standards for Organic
  Toxicity Characteristic Wastes and Other Newly Listed
  Wastes; Final
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145,
  K147, and K148 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K060 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K087 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Documents for Wastes for Which
  Wastewater Treatment Standards Were Determined
  Based on Concentrations in Incinerator Scrubber
  Water: K015, K016, K018, K019, K020, K023, K024,
  K028, K030, K048, K049, K050, K051, K052, K087,
  K093, K094, U028, U069, U088, U102, U107, and U190
  (Final Amendments)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Recycled Coke Wastes
  Exempt From Hazardous Waste Regulation
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes
  From the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics;
  K002-K008: Inorganic Pigments; K011, K013, K014:
  Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms From Benzyl
  Chloride; K046: Wastewater Treatment Sludges From
  Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of Lead-
  Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
  Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge From Secondary Lead Smelting
• Response to Comments Received on the Newly Listed
  Wastes and Hazardous Soils Proposed Rule to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Capacity-
  Related Comments
COLLECTION  EFFICIENCY [MSW]	
• Collection Efficiency: Strategies for Success
• Getting More for Less: Improving Collection Efficiency
• Pick Up Savings: Adjusting Hauling Services While
  Reducing Waste
COMBUSTION [NON-HAZARDOUS
WASTES]	
  see also BURNING—HAZARDOUS WASTE
  see also MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE—COMBUSTION
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory Determination
  for Wastes from the Combustion of Fossil Fuels
• Report to Congress: Wastes From the Combustion of
  Coal by Electric Utility Power Plants
• Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of
  Fossil Fuels
COMPOSTING	
• An Analysis of Composting as an Environmental
  Remediation Technology
• Biosolids Generation, Use, and Disposal in the United
  States
• Compost—New Applications for an Age-Old
  Technology (Kit Folder)
• Composting, Yard Trimmings, and Municipal Solid
  Waste
• Cover Up with Compost
• Cutting the Waste Stream in Half: Community Record-
  Setters Show How (Report)
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  Cutting the Waste Stream in Half: Community Record-
  Setters Show How (Summary Packet)
  Decision-Makers' Guide to Solid Waste Management
  Second Edition
  Don't Throw Away That Food: Strategies for Record-
  Setting Waste Reduction
  GreenScapes: Environmentally Beneficial Landscaping
  Greenscaping Your Lawn and Garden
  Innovative Uses of Compost: Bioremediation and
  Pollution Prevention
  Innovative Uses of Compost: Composting of Soils
  Contaminated by Explosives
  Innovative Uses of Compost: Disease Control for
  Plants and Animals
  Innovative Uses of Compost: Erosion Control, Turf
  Remediation, and Landscaping
  Innovative Uses of Compost: Reforestation, Wetlands
  Restoration, and Habitat Revitalization
  Landscaping Products Containing Recovered Materials
  Markets for Compost
  Organic Materials Management Strategies
  Recycling Guide for Native American Nations
  Reusable News (Spring 1990)
  Reusable News (Fall 1991)
  Reusable News (Winter 1991)
  Reusable News (Summer 1992)
  Reusable News (Fall 1992)
  Reusable News (Winter/Spring 1993)
  Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1993)
  Reusable News (Fall 1994)
  Reusable News Bulletin (January/February 1996)
  Reusable News (Summer 1997)
  Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action;
  Background Document; Appendices A-C
  Solid Waste Management: A Local Challenge with
  Global Impacts
  Solid Waste Management and Greenhouse Gases: A
  Life-Cycle Assessment of Emissions and Sinks
  Summary of Markets for Compost
  Training and Technical Assistance Directory for Tribal
  Solid Waste Managers
  Turning Garbage into Gold
  Two Thousand Buy Recycled Series: Landscaping
   Products
                    • Waste Prevention, Recycling, and Composting
                      Options: Lessons From 30 Communities
                    • WasteWise Update (Issue #12): Recovering Organic
                      Wastes-Giving Back to Mother Nature
                    • Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight Programs
                    CONDITIONALLY EXEMPT SMALL
                    QUANTITY GENERATORS [CESQGs]	
                    • Background Document for the Conditionally Exempt
                      Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
                    • Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the
                      Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator
                      (CESQG) Rulemaking
                    • Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards Issued for
                      Nonmunicipal Solid Waste Units That Receive CESQG
                      Hazardous Waste
                    • Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
                    • Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
                      — Hazardous Waste in Your Community
                    • Managing Your Hazardous Waste: A Guide for Small
                      Businesses
                    • Manejando sus Residues Peligrosos: Una Guia para
                      Empresas Pequenas
                    • Proceedings of the Eighth National United States
                      Environmental Protection Agency Conference on
                      Household Hazardous Waste Management, November
                      6-10,1993, Burlington, Vermont
                    • Proceedings of the Seventh National United States
                      Environmental Protection Agency Conference on
                      Household Hazardous Waste Management, December
                      8-12,1992, Minneapolis, Minnesota
                      RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
                      RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
                      RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning
                      RCRA in Focus: Leather Manufacturing
                      RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
                      Transportation
                      RCRA in Focus: Photo Processing
                      RCRA in Focus: Printing
                      RCRA in Focus: Textile Manufacturing
                      RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
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                                                                          Subjects
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 6
  (9444.1987-9457.1990): Identification and Listing of
  Hazardous Waste (Part 261)—Lists of Hazardous
  Waste (Can't.); Generator Standards (Part 262)—
  General, Pretransportation, Recordkeeping, Special
  Conditions, Importing
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Generators (40 CFR Part 262)
CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION
WASTES	
• Background Document for the Conditionally Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Characterization of Building-Related Construction and
  Demolition Debris in the United States
• Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the
  Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator
  (CESQG) Rulemaking
• Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal
  Facilities and Practices; Notification Requirements for
  Industrial Solid Waste Disposal Facilities (40 CFR Part
  257) (Draft)
• Damage Cases: Construction and Demolition Waste
  Landfills
• Does Your Business Produce Hazardous Waste? Many
  Small Businesses Do:
  — Construction
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards Issued for
  Nonmunicipal Solid Waste Units That Receive CESQG
  Hazardous Waste
• Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
• List of Industrial Waste Landfills and Construction
  and Demolition Waste Landfills
• Reusable News (Winter 1995)
• Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1998)
• *Rules Changed To Help Accelerate Lead-based
  Paint Removal
• Waste Prevention, Recycling, and Composting
  Options: Lessons From 30 Communities
• WasteWise Update (Issue #16): Building for the Future
CONTAINERS	
• Conditional Exemption for Mixed Waste Storage,
  Treatment, Transportation, and Disposal; Final Rule
• Does Your Business Produce Hazardous Waste? Many
  Small Businesses Do
   — Pesticide End-Users/Application Services
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Low-level Mixed Waste
  Conditionally Exempt from Hazardous Waste
  Regulation
• Guidance for Permit Writers: Facilities Storing
  Hazardous Waste in Containers
• Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and
  Postclosure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I:
  Treatment and Storage Facilities
• Guide for Preparing RCRA Permit Applications for
  Existing Facilities
• Hazardous Waste From Discarding of Commercial
  Chemical Products and the Containers and Spill
  Residues Thereof (40 CFR 261.33); Identification and
  Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Model RCRA Permit for Hazardous Waste
  Management Facilities
• RCRA Organic Air Emission Standards for TSDFs and
  Generators
* RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Containers (40 CFR Parts
  264/265, Subpart I; Section 261.7)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Generators (40 CFR Part 262)
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 14:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997: Treatment Standards for Metal
  Wastes and Mineral Processing Wastes, Mineral
  Processing and Bevill Exclusion Issues, and the Use of
  Hazardous Waste as Fill
CONTAINMENT BUILDINGS	
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of Land Disposal
  Restrictions for Newly Listed Wastes and
  Contaminated Debris (Phase I LDRs); Final Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Set for
  Toxicity Characteristic (TC) Metal Wastes, Mineral
  Processing Wastes, and Contaminated Soil
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  *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Containment Buildings (40
  CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart DD)
  *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Generators (40 CFR Part 262)
  Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 14:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997: Treatment Standards for Metal
  Wastes and Mineral Processing Wastes, Mineral
  Processing and Bevill Exclusion Issues, and the Use of
  Hazardous Waste as Fill
CORRECTIVE ACTION	
• Abandoned Mine Site Characterization and Cleanup
  Handbook
• Background Document for the Conditionally Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Soil Treatment
  Technologies: Suggested Operational Guidelines to
  Prevent Cross-Media Transfer of Contaminants during
  Cleanup Activities
• Corrective Measures for Releases to Groundwater
  From Solid Waste Management Units; Draft Final
  Report
• Corrective Measures for Releases to Soil From Solid
  Waste Management Units; Draft Final Report
• Corrective Measures for Releases to Surface Waters,
  Draft Final Report
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills:
  Groundwater Monitoring and Corrective Action
  (Subpart E)
• Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Guide for
  Owners/Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendments to CAMU
  Rule Proposed
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Assurance Mechanisms
  Finalized for Landfill Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Controlling the Impacts of
  Remediation Activities in or Around Wetlands
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Discontinues Action on
  1990 Subpart S Proposal
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rules for
                       Corrective Action Management Units and Temporary
                       Units
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Final HWIR-Media Rule
                     • ^Environmental Fact Sheet: RCRA Corrective Action
                       Showcase Pilots Announced
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Revisions Proposed to Post-
                       Closure Landfill Requirements
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards Issued for
                       Nonmunicipal Solid Waste Units That Receive CESQG
                       Hazardous Waste
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: The National Corrective
                       Action Prioritization System
                     • Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous Waste
                       Handler Information (RCRIS) on CD-ROM]
                     • ^Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion into Indoor Air
                     • Financial Responsibility for Municipal Solid Waste
                       Landfills: An Introduction for Local Governments
                     • Geotechnical Systems for Structures on Contaminated
                       Sites; Technical Guidance Document
                     • ""Guidance for Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion to
                       Indoor Air Pathway from Groundwater and Soils
                       (Subsurface Vapor Intrusion Guidance); Draft
                     • Guide for Industrial Waste Management
                     • Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
                     • "Handbook of Groundwater Protection and Cleanup
                       Policies for RCRA Corrective Action for Facilities
                       Subject to Corrective Action Under Subtitle C of the
                       Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
                     • "Handbook of Groundwater Protection and Cleanup
                       Policies for RCRA Corrective Action (Fact Sheet)
                     • Industrial Waste Management: A Guide to Best
                       Practices
                     • Management of Remediation Waste Under RCRA
                     • Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
                       — How Can You Make a Difference in Hazardous
                          Waste Management?
                       — How Does RCRA Work?
                     • Manual de Participacion Publica de la RCRA
                     • One-Time Waste Estimated for Capacity Assurance
                       Planning: Capacity Planning Pursuant to CERCLA
                       Section 104 (c)(9)
                     • RCRA Cleanup Reforms: Faster, Focused, More
                       Flexible Cleanups
                     • RCRA Cleanup Reforms II: Fostering Creative
                       Solutions
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                                                                         Subjects
 RCRA Corrective Action Interim Measures Guidance;
 Interim Final
 RCRA Corrective Action News: A Record of Success
 RCRA Corrective Action Plan; Final
 RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance; Interim
 Final
 RCRA Helps Turn Brownfields Green
 RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 9
 RCRA Public Participation Manual
 *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
 Module: Introduction to Miscellaneous and Other
 Units (40 CFR Part 264, Subpart X, and 40 CFR Part
 265, Subparts P, Q, and R)
 *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
 Module: Introduction to RCRA Corrective Action
 RCRIS Extract CD-ROM
 Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed
 Rulemaking on Corrective Action for Solid Waste
 Management Units
 Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
 Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
 Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
 Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
 Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
 Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
 Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 7:
 Comments Related to Treatment Standards for
 Contaminated Soils
 Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The Federal
 Regulations for Landfills
 Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical
 Manual
 Summary of RCRA Showcase Pilots
 Technical Guidance Document: Inspection Techniques
 for the Fabrication of Geomembrane Field Seams
 Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures:
 Determining Appropriate Technology and Response
 for Air Releases; Draft Final Report
Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures:
Subsurface Gas
Third National Tribal Conference on Environmental
Management
Waste Management Area (WMA) and Supplemental
Well (SPW) Guidance; Final
 CORROSIVE WASTES
•  Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
   Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
   Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
   {Complete Set)
•  Background Document for Capacity Analysis to
   Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions
   for Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes whose Treatment
   Standards Were Vacated (Interim Final Rule)
•  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
   Background Document for Characteristic Ignitable
   Wastes (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002),
   Characteristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U
   Wastes Containing Reactive Listing Constituents
   (Final)
•  Corrosivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.22);
   Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under
   RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
•  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues New Treatment
   Standards for Certain Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes
•  RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
•  RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehfculos
•  RCRA in Focus: Leather Manufacturing
•  RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
   Transportation
•  RCRA in Focus: Printing
•  RCRA in Focus: Textile Manufacturing
•  RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
•  Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
   Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
   Revised Risk Assessment for Spent Aluminum
   Potliners
•  Response to Comments Background Document for the
   Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-C: BDAT Related Comments; D002:
  Characteristic Corrosive Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
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• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 13:
  Comments Related to First Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, January 25,1996: Clarification of Bevill Exclusion
  for Mining Wastes, Changes to the Definition of Solid
  Waste for Mineral Processing Wastes, Treatment
  Standards for Characteristic Mineral Processing
  Wastes, and Associated Issues
CREOSOTE WASTES	
• Background Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions— Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
  Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
  Comments
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K001 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K001 (Addendum) and
  U051 (Creosote)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Back-ground Document for Wastewater Treatment
  Sludges Generated in the Production of Creosote K035
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
  F032, F034, and F035; Final
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase IV Land
  Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wood
  Preserving Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions  Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes
  From the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095, and K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:
  Wastes From the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges
  From the Production of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still
  Tails From the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
  K083: Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
  Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
                       Response to Comments Document for Land Disposal
                       Restrictions Phase IV: Treatment Standards for Wood
                       Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction and
                       Streamlining, Exemptions From RCRA for Certain
                       Processed Materials, and Miscellaneous Hazardous
                       Waste Provisions; Final Rule
                     CYANIDE WASTES	
                     •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006,
                       F007-F012, F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
                     •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Cyanide Wastes;
                       Addendum for F019 (Final)
                     •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K048, K049, K050, K051,
                       and K052; Amendment (Final)
                     •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Spent Potliners From
                       Primary Aluminum Reduction—K088 (Final)
                     •  Development of a Solid Sample Analytical Procedure
                       for Cyanide in Spent Ore
                     •  Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and Acid-Generating
                       Wastes Generated by the Mining and Beneficiating
                       Industries, and the Potentials for Contaminant Release
                     •  Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
                       Rule; Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related
                       Comments
                     •  Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
                       Rule; Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments
                     •  Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 1-L: BDAT Related Comments; K071 and
                       K106: Mercury Cell Process Wastes; K086: Residues
                       From Ink Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
                     •  Technical Report:  Treatment of Cyanide Heap Leaches
                       and Tailings
                     DEBRIS [HAZARDOUS]	
                       see also CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION
                              [C&D] WASTES
                     * Background Document for Capacity Analysis for
                       Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris to
                       Support 40 CPR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
                       (Complete Set)
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• Background Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions— Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
  Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
  Comments
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
  F032, F034, and F035; Final
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of Land Disposal
  Restrictions for Newly Listed Wastes and
  Contaminated Debris (Phase I LDRs); Final Rule
• Management of Remediation Waste Under RCRA
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris Proposed
  Rule; Capacity-Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume l-A-2: BDAT Related Comments; General
  BDAT Issues
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 7:
  Comments Related to Treatment Standards for
  Contaminated Soils
• Response to Comments Received on the Newly Listed
  Wastes and Hazardous Soils Proposed Rule to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Capacity-
  Related Comments
DELISTING PETITIONS	
• Criteria for Identifying Characteristics of Hazardous
  Waste (40 CFR 261.10); Criteria for Listing Hazardous
  Waste (40 CFR 261.11); Petitions to Amend Part 261 to
  Exclude a Waste Produced at a Particular Facility (40
  CFR 260.22); Identification and Listing of Hazardous
  Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting Regulation
  Amendment
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Notification of Ground-
  Water Monitoring Policy for Delisting Petitions
• Petitions to Delist Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance
  Manual; Second Edition
• *RCRA Hazardous Waste Delisting: The First 20 Years
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2
DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE PRODUCTION
WASTES	
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris to
  Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107,
  K108, K109, K110, Kill, K112, U328, U353, K117, K118,
  K136, K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359
  (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris Proposed
  Rule; Capacity-Related Comments
DIOXINS	
* Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
  F032, F034, and F035; Final
* Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
  Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
• *Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards for Hazardous
  Air Pollutants for Hazardous Waste Combustors—
  Direct Final Rule, Parallel Proposal, and Proposed
  Rule
* Exposure Assessment Guidance for RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities; Draft
* Guidance for Implementing  the RCRA Dioxin Listing
  Rule
• Guidance on Collection of Emissions Data to Support
  Site-Specific Risk Assessments at Hazardous Waste
  Combustion Facilities: Risk Burn Guidance; Peer
  Review Draft
• National Dioxin Study
* Regulatory Determination: Landfills and Surface
  Impoundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
• Response to Comments Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions Phase IV: Treatment Standards for Wood
  Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction and
  Streamlining, Exemptions From RCRA for Certain
  Processed Materials, and Miscellaneous Hazardous
  Waste Provisions; Final Rule
* Risk Burn Guidance for Hazardous Waste Combustion
  Facilities
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DISULFOTON PRODUCTION WASTES
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K037 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K037; Amendment (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume l-O: BDAT Related Comments; K048-K052:
  Petroleum Refining Industry Wastes; K036:
  Organophosphorous Wastes (Nonwastewaters); K037:
  Wastewater Treatment Sludges From the Production of
  Disulfoton
DRIP PADS	
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Wood Preserving Wastes
  Listed as Hazardous
• New Rule for Wood Preserving Wastes
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Drip Pads (40 CFR Parts
  264/265, Subpart W)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Generators (40 CFR Part 262)
D-WASTES	
• Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
  to Contaminated Media: Costs, Cost Savings, and
  Economic Impacts
• Background Document for Analysis of the Land
  Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Underground
  Injection Data and Issues
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase II—Universal Treatment
  Standards, and Treatment Standards for Organic
  Toxicity Characteristic Wastes and Other Newly Listed
  Wastes; Final
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
  Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
  (Complete Set)
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis to
  Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions
  for Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes whose Treatment
  Standards Were Vacated (Interim Final Rule)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Barium Wastes D005 and
  P013 (Final)
                     * Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Characteristic Ignitable
                       Wastes (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002),
                       Characteristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U
                       Wastes Containing Reactive Listing Constituents
                       (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Chromium Wastes D007
                       and U032 (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for D006 Cadmium Wastes
                       (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for D008 and P and U Lead
                       Wastes (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Halogenated Pesticide and
                       Chlorobenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085,
                       K097, K098, K105, and D012-D017) (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K031, K084, K101, K102,
                       Characteristic Arsenic Wastes (D004), Characteristic
                       Selenium Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes
                       Containing Arsenic and Selenium Listing Constituents
                       (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Mercury-Containing
                       Wastes (D009, K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Organic Toxicity
                       Characteristic Wastes D018-D043 and Addendum to
                       Nonwastewater Forms of Pesticide Toxicity
                       Characteristic Wastes D012-D017 (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Silver-Containing Wastes
                       D011, P099, P104 (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
                       Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
                     • Capacity Analysis for  Land Disposal
                       Restrictions-Phase IV: Newly Identified Toxicity
                       Characteristic Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
                       Wastes (Final Rule); Background Document
                     • RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
                     • RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
                     • RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning
                     • RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning (Korean Translation)
                     • RCRA in Focus: Leather Manufacturing
                     • RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
                       Transportation
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• RCRA in Focus: Photo Processing
• RCRA in Focus: Printing
• RCRA in Focus: Textile Manufacturing
• RCRA in Focus; Vehicle Maintenance
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
  Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
  Revised Risk Assessment for Spent Aluminum
  Potliners
* Regulatory Impact Analysis: Phase IV Land Disposal
  Restrictions: TC Metals Wastes; Final Report
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-B: BOAT Related Comments; D001:
  Characteristic Ignitable Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-C: BOAT Related Comments; D002:
  Characteristic Corrosive Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-D: BDAT Related Comments; D003:
  Characteristic Reactive  Wastes and P and U Wastes
  Containing Reactive Listing Constituents
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-E: BDAT Related Comments; D004:
  Characteristic Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U
  Wastes Containing Arsenic; and D010: Characteristic
  Wastes for Selenium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-F: BDAT Related Comments;  D005:
  Characteristic Wastes for Barium and P013; and D006:
  Characteristic Wastes for Cadmium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-G: BDAT Related Comments; D007:
  Characteristic Wastes for Chromium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-H: BDAT Related Comments; D008:
  Characteristic Wastes for Lead and P and U Wastes
  Containing Lead
Response to Comments Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-1: BDAT Related Comments; D009:
Characteristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes
Containing Mercury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes
From the Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives;
D011: Characteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120:
Vanadium Containing Wastes; and P and U Wastes
Containing Thallium
Response to Comments Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-N: BDAT Related Comments; Halogenated
Organic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic,
Organo-Sulfur Compounds, and Organo-Nitrogen
Compound Wastes; and Halogenated Pesticide and
Chlorobenzene, Halogenated Phenolic, and Phenolic
Wastes
Response to Comments Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 2:
Comments Related to Phase IV Proposed Rule, August
22,1995
Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
Restrictions—Phase TV: Final Rule Promulgating
Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 3:
Comments Related to First Supplemental Proposed
Rule, January 25,1996
Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 4:
Comments Related to First Notice of Data Availability,
May 10,1996
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ft Subiecfs
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 6:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 10:
  Comments Related to Regulatory Impact Analysis for
  TC-Metal Hazardous Waste Issues Raised in Original
  Proposed Rule, August 22,1995, and in Second
  Supplemental Proposed Rule, May 12,1997
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 11:
  Comments Related to Newly Identified Mineral
  Processing Waste Treatment Standards, Grab Versus
  Composite Sampling, Radioactive Mixed TC-Metal
  Wastes, and Sulfide Waste Issues
 • Response to Comments Received on the Newly Listed
  Wastes and Hazardous Soils Proposed Rule to Support
   40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Capacity-
   Related Comments
                    • Planet Protectors Club Kit
                    • Planet Protectors Club Kit Order Form
                    • Planet Protectors Create Less Waste in the First Place:
                      A Story about Reuse on Earth
                    • Recycle: You Can Make a Ton of Difference (Poster)
                    • Reusable News (Winter 1999)
                    • Reuse + Recycling = Waste Reduction: A Guide for
                      Schools & Groups
                    • Science Fair Fun: Designing Environmental Science
                      Projects
                    • Service-Learning: Education Beyond the Classroom
                    • jSigue el Rastro!
                    • Trash and Climate Change: Planet Protectors Discover
                      the Hidden Reasons to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
                    • Tribal Waste Journal: Against All Odds: Transfer
                      Station Triumphs
                    • Tribal Waste Journal: Respect Our Resources: Prevent
                      Illegal Dumping
                    • Volunteer for Change: A Guide to Environmental
                      Community Service
                    • Voluntaries para el  Cambio: Una Guia para el Servicio
                      Comunitario Ambiental
                    • *What on Earth Can You Do with an Old Jelly Jar?
                      (Poster)
                    • You Can Make a Difference: Learn about Careers in
                      Waste  Management
                    • Your Life, Your World, Your Choices: Everything You
                      Do Can Make a Difference Kit
                    • Your Life, Your World, Your Choices: Everything You
                      Do Can Make a Difference Kit Order Form
 EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS	
 • * Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin: Recycle and
   Combat a Life of Grime (Comic Book)
 • La Basura y el Cambio del Clima: Los Protectores del
   Planeta Descubren las Razones Escondidas para
   Reducir, Reutilizar, y Reciclar
 • Case of the Broken Loop
 • El Caso del Circulo Roto
 * Diversion en la Feria Cientifica: Disenando Proyectos
   Cientificos Ambientales
 * Don't Trash It: Super Fun
 • Follow That Trail!
 • The Life Cycle of a CD or DVD
                     ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST
                       see STEEL PRODUCTION WASTES
                     ELECTRONIC MEDIA	
                     • Abandoned Mine Site Characterization and Cleanup
                       Handbook
                     • A Collection of Solid Waste Resources: Fall 2002
                       Edition (CD-ROM)
                     • Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous Waste
                       Generation and Disposal (BRS 1995 Final) on CD-ROM
                     • Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous Waste
                       Handler Information (RCRIS) on CD-ROM]
                     • Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
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                                                                          Subjects ft
• Introduction to Hard Rock Mining: A CD-ROM
  Application
• RCRIS Extract CD-ROM
• RCRA Online: A Quick Reference Guide (Brochure)
• Screening Level Ecological Risk Assessment Protocol
  for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities: Peer Draft
  Review
• Source Reduction Program Potential Manual: A
  Planning Packet
• Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
  Physical/Chemical Methods; Third Edition; Integrated
  Manual on CD-ROM
ELECTROPLATING OPERATIONS WASTES
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
  Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document (Addendum) for All
  Nonwastewater Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT
  Treatment Standards for F006 and K062
  Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006,
  F007-F012, F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F006 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F006; Addendum (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule Aims to
  Promote Metal Recovery from Waste Water Treatment
  Sludge (F006)
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
  Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
  Revised Risk Assessment for Spent Aluminum
  Potliners
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-J: BDAT Related Comments; Mixed
  Radioactive Hazardous Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic
  U Wastes; Halogenated Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-
  Halogenated Aromatic U Wastes; F002-F005: Solvents;
  F006: Electroplating Wastewater Treatment Sludges;
  and F019: Aluminum Conversion Coating Treatment
  Sludges
EN ESPANOL
* La Basura y el Cambio del Clima: Los Protectores del
  Planeta Descubren las Razones Escondidas para
  Reducir, Reutilizar, y Reciclar
• El Caso del Cfrculo Roto
• Como Almacenar el Aceite Usado
• Como Manejar el Aceite Usado de Motor
• Como Manejar los Derrames de Aceite Usado de
  Motor
• Desechos Domesticos Peligrosos: Pasos para un mane-
  jo seguro
• Diversion en la Feria Cientifica: Disenando Proyectos
  Cientificos Ambientales
• Identificando Su Residuo: El Punto de Partida
• La Linea Informativa de RCRA, el Superfondo y
  EPCRA (Folleto)
• Manejando Aceite Usado: Consejos para Empresas
  Pequenas
• Manejando sus Residues Peligrosos: Una Guia para
  Empresas Pequenas
• Manual de Participacion Publica de la RCRA
• Manual del Consumidor para Reducir los Desechos
  Solidos
* Medio Ambientes Delicados y la Ubicacion de
  Instalaciones Para Manejo de Residues Peligrosos
• El Proceso de Permisos para Instalaciones de Residues
  Peligrosos
• RCRA: Reduciendo el Riesgo de Residuo
• RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
• RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehfculos
• Recoleccidn de Aceite Usado para Reciclaje o
  Reutilizacion: Consejos para .los consumidores que
  cambian ellos mismos el aceite y el filtro de aceite de
  su autom6vil
• Reglamento de Participacion Publica Expandida de la
  RCRA
• Reglamento de Residues Universales
• jSigue el Rastro
• Si lo Tira, Se lo Toma
• Si lo Tira, Se lo Toma: Recicle el Aceite Usado de
  Motor
• Voluntaries para el Cambio: Una Guia para el Servicio
  Comunitario Ambiental
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ENFORCEMENT
  see LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT
ENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE
PURCHASING	
  see LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT
EPICHLOROHYDRIN PRODUCTION
WASTES	
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Wastes From the
  Production of Epichlorohydrin, K017 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes
  From the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095, and K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:
  Wastes From the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges
  From the Production of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still
  Tails From the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
  K083; Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
  Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
ETHYLENEBISDITHIOCARBAMIC ACID
PRODUCTION WASTES	
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris to
  Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
  {Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107,
  K108, K109, K110, Kill, K112, U328, U353, K117, K118,
  K136, K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359
  (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris Proposed
  Rule; Capacity-Related Comments
                     ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE PRODUCTION
                     WASTES	
                     • Background Document for Capacity Analysis for
                      Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris to
                      Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
                      (Complete Set)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                      Background Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107,
                      K108, K109, K110, Kill, K112, U328, U353, K117, K118,
                      K136, K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359
                      (Final)
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                      Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris Proposed
                      Rule; Capacity-Related Comments
                     EXPLOSIVES PRODUCTION WASTES
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                      Background Document for K046 Nonreactive
                      Subcategory (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                      Background Document for K046; Addendum
                     • Memorandum to the Docket Regarding Final
                      Treatment Standards for Nonwastewater and
                      Wastewater Forms of K044, K045, and K047
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                      Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                      Volume 1-1: BDAT Related Comments; D009:
                      Characteristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes
                      Containing Mercury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes
                      From the Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives;
                      D011: Characteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120:
                      Vanadium Containing Wastes; and P and U Wastes
                      Containing Thallium
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                      Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                      Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes
                      From the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics;
                      K002-K008: Inorganic Pigments; K011, K013, K014:
                      Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms From Benzyl
                      Chloride; K046: Wastewater Treatment Sludges From
                      Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of Lead-
                      Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
                      Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
                      Dust/Sludge From Secondary Lead Smelting
                                                    EXPORTS/IMPORTS	
                                                    • Environmental Fact Sheet: Entry into Force of the Basel
                                                      Convention
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                                                                        Subjects^
  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Implements the OECD
  Decision on Transfrontier Movements of Recyclable
  Wastes
  Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel
  Convention Aim to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk,
  and Promote Recycling
  Hazardous Waste Requirements for Large Quantity
  Generators
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1993 Data): National Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1993 Data): State Detail Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1993 Data): State Summary Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1995 Data): National Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1995 Data): State Detail Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1995 Data): State Summary Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1997 Data): National Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1997 Data): State Detail Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1997 Data): State Summary Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1999 Data): National Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1999 Data): State Detail Analysis
  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1999 Data): State Summary Analysis
  *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Transporters (40 CFR Part
  263)
  Re-Engineering RCRA for Recycling: Report and
  Recommendations of the Definition of Solid Waste
  Task Force
EXTENDED PRODUCT RESPONSIBILITY
[EPR]	
  see LIFE-CYCLE ASSESSMENT
FINANCIAL ASSURANCE
  see LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT
FINANCING
  see GRANTS AND FINANCING
FLY ASH
  see ASH
  see PROCUREMENT-CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS


FULL COST ACCOUNTING [FCA]	
• Full Cost Accounting for Municipal Solid Waste
  Management: A Handbook
• Full Cost Accounting in Action: Case Studies of Six
  Solid Waste Management Agencies
• Making Solid (Waste) Decisions With Full Cost
  Accounting
• Questions and Answers about Full Cost Accounting


F-WASTES	
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris to
  Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
  (Complete Set)
• Background Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
  Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
  Comments
• Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and II
• Background Document for Solvents to. Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste
  Volumes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and
  Recycling Capacity, and Available Treatment and
  Recycling
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document (Addendum) for All
  Nonwastewater Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT
  Treatment Standards for F006 and K062
  Nonwastewaters (Final)
* Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006,
  F007-F012, F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Cyanide Wastes;
  Addendum for F019  (Final)
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9 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
  Background Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents;
  Amendment to Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents;
  Revisions (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F002 (1,1/2-Trichloroethane)
  and F005 (Benzene, 2-Ethoxyethanol, and
  2-Nitropropane); Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F006 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F006; Addendum (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Newly Listed Refinery
  Wastes: F037 and F038
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume A: Wastewater
  Forms of Organic U and P Wastes and Multisource
  Leachate (F039) for Which There Are Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume B: U and P
  Wastewaters and Nonwastewaters with Methods of
  Treatment as Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume C:
  Nonwastewater Forms of Organic U and P Wastes and
  Multisource Leachate (F039) for Which There Are
  Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
* Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume D: Reactive U
  and P Wastewaters and Nonwastewaters
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume E: U and P
  Gaseous Wastes
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Universal Standards;
  Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
  Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Universal Standards;
                       Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms
                       of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Wastes From the
                       Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons,
                       F024 (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Wastes From the
                       Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons,
                       F024; Amendment (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Wastes From the
                       Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics F025 (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
                       F032, F034, and F035; Final
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule Aims to
                       Promote Metal Recovery from Waste Water Treatment
                       Sludge (F006)
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Wood Preserving Wastes
                       Listed as Hazardous
                     • RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
                     • RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
                     • RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning
                     • RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning (Korean Translation)
                     • RCRA in Focus: Leather Manufacturing
                     • RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
                       Transportation
                     • RCRA in Focus: Printing
                     • RCRA in Focus: Textile Manufacturing
                     • RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
                     • Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase IV Land
                       Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wood
                       Preserving Wastes
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris Proposed
                       Rule; Capacity-Related Comments
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
                       Rule; Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related
                       Comments
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                                                                          Sub/ecfsfct
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-J: BDAT Related Comments; Mixed Radio-
  active Hazardous Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic U
  Wastes; Halogenated Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-
  Halogenated Aromatic U Wastes; F002-F005: Solvents;
  F006: Electroplating Wastewater Treatment Sludges;
  and F019: Aluminum Conversion Coating Treatment
  Sludges
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes
  From the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics;
  K002-K008: Inorganic Pigments; K011, K013, K014:
  Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms From Benzyl
  Chloride; K046: Wastewater Treatment Sludges From
  Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of Lead-
  Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
  Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge From Secondary Lead Smelting
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes
  From the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095, and K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:
  Wastes From the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges
  From the Production of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still
  Tails From the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
  K083: Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
  Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments
• Response to Comments Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions Phase IV: Treatment Standards for Wood
  Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction and
  Streamlining, Exemptions From RCRA for Certain
  Processed Materials, and Miscellaneous Hazardous
  Waste Provisions; Final Rule
GENERATORS	
  see also CONDITIONALLY EXEMPT SMALL
         QUANTITY GENERATORS [CESQGs]
  see also SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
• Asbestos Waste Management Guidance: Generation,
  Transport, Disposal
• Conditional Exemption for Mixed Waste Storage,
  Treatment, Transportation, and Disposal; Final Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Deferral of Phase TV
  Standards for PCBs as an Underlying Hazardous
  Constituent in Soil
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Standards for
  Hazardous Waste Combustors—Phase I
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste Manifest
  System to be Streamlined
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste
  Minimization: Interim Final Guidance for Generators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Ideas to Reduce Reporting
  Requirements at Hazardous Waste Facilities
• "Environmental Fact Sheet: Interim Emission
  Standards for 1999 Hazardous Waste Combustor Rule
• "Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Revisions to
  the Hazardous Waste Identification Rule (HWIR)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule Aims to
  Promote Metal Recovery from Waste Water Treatment
  Sludge (F006)
• "'Environmental Fact Sheet: Rule Proposed to Reduce
  Hazardous Waste Record Keeping Requirements
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Schedule Changed for Final
  Hazardous Waste Identification Rule (HWIR-Waste)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Finalization of Hazardous
  Waste Identification Rule (HWIR)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Some Used Lamps Are
  Universal Wastes
• Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous Waste
  Generation and Disposal (BRS 1995 Final) on CD-ROM
• Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous Waste
  Handler Information (RCRIS) on CD-ROM]
• Hazardous Waste Requirements for Large Quantity
  Generators
• Land Disposal Restrictions for Hazardous Wastes: A
  Snapshot of the Program
• *Land Disposal Restrictions: Summary of
  Requirements
• Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
  — Hazardous Waste in Your Community
  — How Does RCRA Work?
• Manifest System, Recordkeeping, and Reporting (40
  CFR 264 and 265, Subpart E); Standards Applicable to
  Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
  Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle
  C, Section 3004
• National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1993 Data) (Complete Set)
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• National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1995 Data) (Complete Set)
• National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1997 Data) (Complete Set)
• National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
  (Based on 1999 Data) (Complete Set
• National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities
  in 1986: Hazardous Waste Generation and
  Management
• National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities
  in 1986: Hazardous Waste Management in RCRA
  TSDR Units
• National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Regulated
  Under RCRA in 1981
• New Toxicity Characteristic Rule: Information and
  Tips for Generators
• Part 279 Requirements: Used Oil Management
  Standards (Poster)
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination Proposed Rule Response to Comment
  Document (Complete Set)
• RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
• RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
• RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning
• RCRA in Focus: Leather Manufacturing
• RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
  Transportation
• RCRA in Focus: Photo Processing
• RCRA in Focus: Printing
• RCRA in Focus: Textile Manufacturing
• RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
• RCRA Permit  Policy Compendium, Volume 6
• *RCRA,  Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Containment Buildings (40
  CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart DD)
• *RCRA,  Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Drip Pads (40 CFR Parts
  264/265, Subpart W)
• *RCRA,  Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Generators (40 CFR Part 262)
• *RCRA,  Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Land Disposal Restrictions
  (40 CFR Part 268)
                     • *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
                       Module: Introduction to RCRA Financial Assurance
                       (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart H)
                     • *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
                       Module: Introduction to Universal Waste (40 CFR Part
                       273)
                     • RCRIS Extract CD-ROM
                     • Regulation of Fuel Blending and Related Treatment
                       and Storage Activities Memo
                     * *Report to Congress: Evaluating the Consensus Best
                       Practices Developed through the Howard Hughes
                       Medical Institute's Collaborative Hazardous Waste
                       Management Demonstration Project and the Need for
                       Regulatory Changes to Carry Out Project
                       Recommendations
                     * Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Regulations
                       Affecting Generators and Transporters (40 CFR 262
                       and 263); Explanation of Revisions in Reporting
                       Burden Estimates
                     • The Used Oil Management Standards (Video)
                     • Waste Analysis at Facilities That Generate, Treat, Store,
                       and Dispose of Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance
                       Manual
                     GLASS	
                       see MARKETS—GLASS
                       see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—GLASS
                     GRANTS AND  FINANCING	
                     • Decision-Makers' Guide to Solid Waste Management,
                       Second Edition
                     • Financial Responsibility for Municipal Solid Waste
                       Landfills: An Introduction for Local Governments
                     • Financing Guide for Recycling Businesses: Investment
                       Forums, Meetings, and Networks
                     • Financing Guide for Recycling Businesses: Investment
                       Forums, Meetings, and Networks (Brochure)
                     • Grant Resources for Solid Waste Activities in Indian
                       Country
                     • Native American Network {Issue #8) (Fall 1997)
                     • Native American Network (Issue #9) (Winter 1998)
                     • Native American Network (Issue #12) (Spring 2000)
                     • Native American Network (Issue #13) (Fall 2000)
                     • Preparing Successful Grant Proposals
                     • RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
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• Reusable News Bulletin (January/February 1996)
• Reusable News Bulletin (August/September 1996)
• Reusable News (Winter 1998)
• Reusable News (Winter 1999)
• Service-Learning: Education Beyond the Classroom
• Solid Waste Funding: A Guide to Federal Assistance
  (Brochure)
• Third National Tribal Conference on Environmental
  Management


GREEN  BUILDINGS	
• Building Savings: Strategies for Waste Reduction of
  Construction and Demolition Debris from Buildings
• Proceedings of the Eighth National United States
  Environmental Protection Agency Conference on
  Household Hazardous Waste Management, November
  6-10,1993, Burlington, Vermont
• Reusable News, (Spring 2003)
• WasteWise Update (Issue #16): Building for the Future


GREENHOUSE GAS	
  see Climate Change and Waste


GROUND WATER   	
• Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance; Part I: ACL
  Policy and Information Requirements; Part II: Based
  on 264.94(B) Criteria; Case Studies
• Application of Geophysics to Acid Mine Drainage
  Investigations; Volume I: Literature Review and
  Theoretical Background; Volume II: Site Investigations
• Background Document for the Conditionally Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
* Background Document for the Groundwater Screening
  Procedure to Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal
  Restrictions
• Corrective Measures for Releases to Groundwater
  From Solid Waste Management Units; Draft Final
  Report
• Criteria  for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
  Hydrogeology under RCRA (Complete Set)
• Criteria  for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Case
  Studies on Groundwater and Surface Water
  Contamination From Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills:
  Groundwater Monitoring and Corrective Action
  (Subpart E)
• Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Guide for
  Owners /Operators
• Damage Cases: Construction and Demolition Waste
  Landfills
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Controlling the Impacts of
  Remediation Activities in or Around Wetlands
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Flexibility in
  Groundwater Monitoring for Small Landfills in Dry or
  Remote Areas
* Environmental Fact Sheet: Final HWIR-Media Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Management Standards
  Proposed for Cement Kiln Dust Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Notification of
  Groundwater Monitoring Policy for Delisting Petitions
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory Determination
  for Wastes from the Combustion of Fossil Fuels
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards Issued for
  Norununicipal Solid Waste Units That Receive CESQG
  Hazardous Waste
• Geochemical Modeling of Mine Pit Water: An
  Overview and Application of Computer Codes
• Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR 265, Subpart F);
  Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Groundwater Pathway Analysis for Aluminum
  Potliners (K088)
• Guidance on Issuing Permits to Facilities Required to
  Analyze Groundwater for Appendix VIII Constituents
• Guide for Industrial Waste Management
• Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
• "Handbook of Groundwater Protection and Cleanup
  Policies for RCRA Corrective Action for Facilities
  Subject to Corrective Action Under Subtitle C of the
  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
» "Handbook of Groundwater Protection and Cleanup
  Policies for RCRA Corrective Action (Fact Sheet)
• Handbook of RCRA Groundwater Monitoring
  Constituents: Chemical and Physical Properties
  (Appendix IX to 40 CFR Part 264)
• Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
• Indexing of Long-Term Effectiveness of Waste
  Containment Systems for a Regulatory Impact
  Analysis
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           ubjects
• Industrial Waste Management: A Guide to Best
  Practices
• Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
  (IWEM) Technical Background Document
• Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
  (IWEM) User's Guide
• Long Term Dissolution Testing of Mine Waste
• Long Term Dissolution Testing of Mine Waste;
  Appendices
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater
  and Air Emission Monitoring
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater
  Protection Standard
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination: Additional Groundwater Pathway Risk
  Analyses; Supplemental Background Document
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination Notice of Data Availability (NODA)
  Response to Comment Document; Part 1
• Preparing No-Migration Demonstrations for Municipal
  Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Screening Tool
• RCRA Cleanup Reforms: Faster, Focused, More
  Flexible Cleanups
• RCRA Cleanup Reforms II: Fostering Creative
  Solutions
• RCRA Facility Investigation  (RFI) Guidance; Interim
  Final; Volume I: Development of an RFI Work Plan
  and General Considerations for RCRA Facility
  Investigations; Volume II: Soil, Groundwater, and
  Subsurface Gas Releases; Volume III: Air and Surface
  Water Releases; Volume IV: Case Study Examples
• RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Compliance Order
  Guidance
• RCRA Groundwater Monitoring: Draft Technical
  Guidance
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Groundwater Monitoring (40
  CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart  F)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Land Disposal Units (40 CFR
  Parts 264/265, Subparts K, L, M, N)
• Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
• Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of
  Fossil Fuels
                     • Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
                       Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
                       Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
                       Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                       Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
                       Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
                       Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes (Complete Set)
                     * Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The Federal
                       Regulations for Landfills
                     • Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical
                       Manual
                     • Statistical Analysis of Groundwater Monitoring Data
                       at RCRA Facilities; Interim Final Guidance
                     • Statistical Training Course for Groundwater
                       Monitoring Data Analysis
                     • Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report
                     • Technical Report: Design and Evaluation of Tailings
                       Dams
                     • Waste Management Area (WMA) and Supplemental
                       Well (SPW) Guidance; Final
                     • Water Quality in Open Pit Precious Metal Mines
                     HALOGENATED PESTICIDE WASTES
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Halogenated Pesticide and
                       Chlorobenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085,
                       K097, K098, K105, and D012-D017)
                     * Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 1-N: BDAT Related Comments; Halogenated
                       Organic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic,
                       Organo-Sulfur Compounds, and Organo-Nitrogen
                       Compound Wastes; and Halogenated Pesticide and
                       Chlorobenzene, Halogenated Phenolic, and Phenolic
                       Wastes
                     HAZARDOUS WASTE DATA	
                     • Assessment of Hazardous Waste Mismanagement
                       Damage Case Histories
                     • Background Document for Analysis of the Land
                       Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Underground
                       Injection Data and Issues
                     • Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
                       Disposal Restrictions Phase II—Universal Treatment
                       Standards, and Treatment Standards for Organic
                       Toxicity Characteristic Wastes and Other Newly Listed
                       Wastes; Final
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                                                                            Subjects
 •  Background Document for Capacity Analysis for
   Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris to
   Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
   (Complete Set)
 •  Background Document for Capacity Analysis to
   Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions
   for Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes Whose Treatment
   Standards Were Vacated (Interim Final Rule)
 •  Background Document for First Third Wastes to
   Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions;
   Final; Addendum: Capacity Analysis for K061 Wastes
 •  Background Document for Land Disposal
   Restrictions—Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
   Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
   Comments
 •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
   Background Document for Quality Assurance/Quality
   Control Procedures and Methodology (Final)
 •  Capacity Analysis for Land Disposal
   Restrictions-Phase IV: Newly Identified Toxicity
   Characteristic Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
   Wastes (Final Rule); Background Document
 •  Chemical, Physical, and Biological Properties of
   Compounds Present at Hazardous Waste Sites (Final
   Report)
 •  Compilation of Current Practices at Land Disposal
   Facilities: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection
   Designs, Action Leakage Rates, Response Action Plans,
   and Management of Liquids in Landfills
 •  Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated
   in the United States; Appendix
 •  Determining the Integrity of Concrete Sumps;
   Technical Guidance Document
 •  Development of a Solid Sample Analytical Procedure
   for Cyanide in Spent Ore
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rules for
   Corrective Action Management Units and Temporary
   Units
•  Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste
   Minimization: Interim Final Guidance for Generators
•  Environmental Fact Sheet: Ideas to Reduce Reporting
   Requirements at Hazardous Waste Facilities
•  Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous Waste
   Generation and Disposal {BRS 1995 Final) on CD-ROM
• Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous Waste
  Handler Information (RCRIS) on CD-ROM]
• Hazardous Waste Program Information Strategy Plan;
  Waste Information Needs
 •  Hazardous Waste Program Information Strategy Plan;
   Waste Information Needs: Appendices
 •  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
   (Based on 1993 Data) (Complete Set)
 •  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
   (Based on 1995 Data) (Complete Set)
 •  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
   (Based on 1997 Data) (Complete Set)
 •  National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
   (Based on 1999 Data) (Complete Set
 •  National Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generator
   Survey; Final Report
 •  National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and
   Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities
   in 1986: Hazardous Waste Generation and
   Management
 •  National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and
   Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities
   in 1986: Hazardous Waste Management in RCRA
   TSDR Units
 •  National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and
   Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Regulated
   Under RCRA in 1981
 •  Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening Survey of
   Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and
   Recycling Facilities
 •  Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
   Determination: Additional Groundwater Pathway Risk
   Analyses; Supplemental Background Document
 •  Program Evaluation Program Area Analysis; Final
   Report
 •  RCRIS Extract CD-ROM
 •  Report on Minimum Criteria to Assure Data Quality
 •  Response to Comments Background Document for the
   Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
   Volume 1-A-l: BDAT Related Comments; General
   BDAT Issues
 •  Risk Burn Guidance for Hazardous Waste Combustion
   Facilities
 •  Risky Business? An Overview of Risk Assessment and
   RCRA
 •  Screening Level Ecological Risk Assessment Protocol
   for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities: Peer Draft
   Review; Volume Two: Appendix A
•  Solvents Study
•  Statistical Analysis of Groundwater Monitoring Data
   at RCRA Facilities; Interim Final Guidance
• Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data
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       Subjects
9 Study of Selected Petroleum Refining Residuals;
  Industry Study
• Summary and Technical Review of Supporting
  Literature for the 1985 Report to Congress on Wastes
  From the Extraction and Beneficiation of Metallic Ores,
  Phosphate Rock, Asbestos, Overburden From Uranium
  Mining, and Oil Shale
• Summary of Data Presented in the Background
  Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
  Standards: Mineral Mining and Processing Point
  Source Category
• Summary of Data Presented in the Background
  Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
  Standards: Ore Mining and Dressing Point Source
  Category
• Summary Report of Capacity at Commercial Facilities;
  Volumes I and II
• Summary Report of Capacity at Limited Commercial
  and Company Captive Facilities; Draft; Volumes I and II
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and
  Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Field
  Sampling and Analytical Results
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and
  Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix
  A: Analytical Results
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and
  Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix
  C: Sampling Reports; Volumes 1 and 2
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and
  Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix
  E: Role and Function of EPA Sample Control Center
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and
  Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix F:
  List of Analytes
• Trial Burn Observation Guide
• *Waste Minimization Trends Report (1991-1998)
• WIN/INFORMED: Universe Identification, Waste
  Activity Monitoring, Program Area Analysis; Final
  Report
 HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION
 • Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
   to Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes;
   Regulatory Impact Analysis
 • Background Documents for the Cost and Economic
   Impact Analysis of Listing Four Petroleum Refining
   Wastes as Hazardous Wastes Under RCRA Subtitle C
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
                       Background Document for Spent Potliners From
                       Primary Aluminum Reduction—K088 (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
                       Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
                       F032, F034, and F035; Final
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for First Third Wastes; Final
                       Rule (Complete Set)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for Second Third Wastes;
                       Final Rule (Complete Set)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for Third Third Wastes; Final
                       Rule (Complete Set)
                     • Capacity Analysis for Land Disposal
                       Restrictions-Phase IV: Newly Identified Toxicity
                       Characteristic Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
                       Wastes (Final Rule); Background Document
                     • Chemical, Physical, and Biological Properties of
                       Compounds Present at Hazardous Waste Sites (Final
                       Report)
                     • Corrosivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.22);
                       Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under
                       RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
                     • Criteria for Identifying Characteristics of Hazardous
                       Waste (40 CFR 261.10); Criteria for Listing Hazardous
                       Waste (40 CFR 261.11); Petitions to Amend Part 261 to
                       Exclude a Waste Produced at a Particular Facility (40
                       CFR 260.22); Identification and Listing of Hazardous
                       Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
                     • Degree of Hazard as an Approach to Defining and
                       Managing Hazardous Wastes; Identification and
                       Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
                       Section 3001
                     • Does Your Business Produce Hazardous Waste? Many
                       Small Businesses Do:
                       — Chemical Manufacturers
                       — Cleaning and Cosmetics
                       — Construction
                       — Dry Cleaning and Laundry
                       — Educational and Vocational Shops
                       — Equipment Repair
                       — Formulators
                       — Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
                       — Laboratories
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                                          Subjects
— Leather Products Manufacturing
— Metal Manufacturing
— Motor Freight Terminals/Railroad Transport
— Paper Industry
— Pesticide End-Users/Application Services
— Printing and Allied Industries
— Textile Manufacturing
— Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest Instructions
— Vehicle Maintenance
— Wood Preserving
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Finalizes Regulations
Under RCRA for Military Munitions
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Interim Final
Regulations on the "Mixture" and "Derived-From"
Rules
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final HWIR-Media Rule
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Modifications to the
Wood Preserving Regulations
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule for Third Third
Scheduled Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements
for Land Disposal Restrictions
Environmental Fact Sheet: Finalization of Hazardous
Waste Identification Rule {HWIR)
Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste Listing
Determination for Two Dye and Pigment Wastes
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Standards
Promulgated for Petroleum Refining Waste
Environmental Fact Sheet: Low-level Mixed Waste
Conditionally Exempt from Hazardous Waste
Regulation
Environmental Fact Sheet: Management Standards
Issued to Control Potential Risks From Recycled Used
Oil—No Hazardous Waste Listing
Environmental Fact Sheet: Opportunity for Comment
on Regulatory Status of Spent Catalyst Wastes
^Environmental  Fact Sheet: Paint Wastes Not Listed as
Hazardous Waste
^Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Revisions to
the Hazardous Waste Identification Rule (HWIR)
Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory Determination
for Wastes from  the Combustion of Fossil Fuels
Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Set for
Toxicity Characteristic {TC) Metal Wastes, Mineral
Processing Wastes, and Contaminated Soil
Environmental Fact Sheet: Two New Hazardous Waste
Codes Added From Organobromine Production
                        Environmental Fact Sheet: Wood Preserving Wastes
                        Listed as Hazardous
                        Fate and Transport of Hazardous Constituents;
                        Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under
                        RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
                        Guidance for Implementing the RCRA Dioxin Listing
                        Rule
                        Guidance for the Analysis of Refinery Wastes
                        Guidance on the Definition and Identification of
                        Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and
                        Hazardous Waste and Answers to Anticipated
                        Questions
                        Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping Study .
                        Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping Study:
                        Appendices
                        Hazardous Waste From Discarding of Commercial
                        Chemical Products and the Containers and Spill
                        Residues Thereof (40 CFR 261.33); Identification and
                        Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
                        Section 3001
                        Hazardous Waste Requirements for Large Quantity
                        Generators
                        Health and Environmental Effects Profiles (40 CFR
                        261); Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
                        Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
                        Identificando Su Residuo: El Punto de Partida
                        Identification and Description of Mineral Processing
                        Sectors and Waste Streams; Technical Background
                        Document; Final
                        Identifying Your Waste: The Starting Point (Brochure)
                        Ignitability Characteristic (40 CFR 261.21);
                        Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under
                        RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
                        Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250.14); Identification and
                        Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
                        Section 3001
                        Land Disposal Restrictions for Hazardous Wastes: A
                        Snapshot of the Program
                        "Land Disposal Restrictions: Summary of
                        Requirements
                        Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of July 16,
                        1980, Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31 and
                        261.32); Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
                        Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
                        Listing of Hazardous Waste (40 CFR 261.31 and
                        261.32); Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
                        Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
                        Management of Remediation Waste Under RCRA
                        Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
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tU Subjects
  — What Makes a Waste Hazardous?
• Managing Your Hazardous Waste: A Guide for Small
  Businesses
• Manejando sus Residues Peligrosos: Una Guia para
  Empresas Pequenas
• Native American Network: A RCRA Information
  Exchange {Issue #6) (Fall/Winter 1994)
• Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats Test
  Materials: Pyridine; Volumes I and II
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination: Additional Groundwater Pathway Risk
  Analyses; Supplemental Background Document
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination Notice of Data Availability (NODA)
  Response to Comment Document {Complete Set)
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination Proposed Rule Response to Comment
  Document (Complete Set)
• Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity Study; Final Report;
  Compound: Isobutyl Alcohol
• RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
• RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
• RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning
• RCRA in Focus: Leather Manufacturing
* RCRA in Pocus: Motor Freight & Railroad
  Transportation
* RCRA in Focus: Photo Processing
• RCRA in Focus: Printing
• RCRA in Focus: Textile Manufacturing
• RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
* RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volumes 3-6
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Definition of Solid Waste and
  Hazardous Waste Recycling (40 CFR Parts 261.2 and
  261.9)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Hazardous Waste
  Identification {40 CFR Part 261)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Solid and Hazardous Waste
  Exclusions (40 CFR Part 261.4)
• Reactivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.23); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous  Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle
  C, Section 3001
                     • Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
                       Restrictions-Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
                       Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
                       Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                       Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
                       Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
                       Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes (Complete Set)
                     • Solvents Study
                     * Study of Selected Petroleum Refining Residuals;
                       Industry Study
                     • Subchronic Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in Sprague Dawley
                       Rats
                     • Subchronic Toxicity of Ortho-Cresol in Sprague
                       Dawley Rats
                     • Subchronic Toxicity of Para-Cresol in Sprague Dawley
                       Rats; MBA Chemical No. 25
                     • Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol
                       Administered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6
                       Through 15; Final Report
                     • Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol
                       Administered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6
                       Through 15; Final Report; Appendices I-IX
                     • Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure;
                       Background Document  on Resource Conservation and
                       Recovery Act, Subtitle C, Hazardous Waste
                       Management System, Section 3001, Identification and
                       Listing of Hazardous Waste
                     • Waste Analysis at Facilities That Generate, Treat, Store,
                       and Dispose of Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance
                       Manual
                     HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION—
                     LISTING OF USED OIL	
                     • Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated
                       in the United States
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Management Standards
                       Issued to Control Potential Risks From Recycled Used
                       Oil—No Hazardous Waste Listing
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: No Hazardous Waste
                       Listing for Used Oil That Is Being Disposed
                     • Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
                       — Safe Hazardous Waste Recycling
                     • Managing Used Oil: Advice for Small Businesses
                     • Manejando Aceite Usado: Consejos para Empresas
                       Pequenas
                     • Part 279 Requirements: Used Oil Management
                       Standards (Poster)
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                                                                           Sub/ecfslTl
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Used Oil (40 CFR Part 266,
  Subpart E, and Part 279)
* The Used Oil Management Standards (Video)
HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING	
• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential
  for Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed
  Universal Waste Rule
• Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
  to Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes;
  Regulatory Impact Analysis
• Background Document for First Third Wastes to
  Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
  Rule: First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to
  Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
  Rule: Second Third Waste Volumes,, Characteristics,
  and Required and Availability Treatment Capacity;
  Volumes I  and II
• Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and II
• Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste
  Volumes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and
  Recycling Capacity, and Available Treatment and
  Recycling
• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to
  Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions;
  Final Rule: Third Third Waste Volumes,
  Characteristics, and Required and Available Treatment
  Capacity (Complete Set)
• Background Paper: Exclusion to the Definition of Solid
  Waste: Excluded Scrap Metal and Shredded Circuit
  Boards Being Recycled
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Chlorinated Toluene
  Wastes: K149, K150, and K151 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145,
  K147, and  K148 (Final)
• *Better Rules for Zinc Fertilizer Recycling
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data
  Set
* Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Implements the OECD
  Decision on Transfrontier Movements of Recyclable
  Wastes
• *Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposing to Allow
  Waste as an Energy Source for Synthesis Gas
  Production and Power Generation
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Streamlined
  Regulations for Collecting and Managing Universal
  Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Interim Final Rule
  Suspending Application of the Toxicity Characteristic
  for Used Chlorofluorocarbon Refrigerants Being
  Reclaimed
• Environmental Fact Sheet: New Treatment Standards
  Finalized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule Aims to
  Promote Metal Recovery from Waste Water Treatment
  Sludge (F006)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule Aims to
  Revise Certain Standards for Spent Potliners from
  Primary Aluminum Reduction (K088) and Identify a
  New Regulatory Classification Scheme for Vitrification
  Units Treating K088 Waste
» Environmental Fact Sheet: Recycled Coke Wastes
  Exempt From Hazardous Waste Regulation
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Redesigning Hazardous
  Waste Regulations on Recycling
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Some Used Lamps Are
  Universal Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Set for
  Toxicity Characteristic (TC) Metal Wastes, Mineral
  Processing Wastes, and  Contaminated Soil
* Environmental Factor™: RCRA Hazardous Waste
  Generation and Disposal (BRS 1995 Final) on CD-ROM
• Guidance Manual on the RCRA Regulation of
  Recycled Hazardous Wastes
• Implementation of the Mercury-Containing and
  Rechargeable Battery Management Act
* Innovative Methods of Managing Environmental
  Releases at Mine Sites
* Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
  — Safe Hazardous Waste Recycling
• *More Recycling and Reuse Proposed for Electronic
  Wastes and Mercury-Containing Equipment
• National Survey  of Hazardous Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities
  in 1986: Hazardous Waste Generation and
  Management
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• National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities
  in 1986: Hazardous Waste Management in RCRA
  TSDR Units
• Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening Survey of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and
  Recycling Facilities
• RCRA Implementation Study Update: The Definition
  of Solid Waste
• RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
• RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
  Transportation
• RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 9
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Definition of Solid Waste and
  Hazardous Waste Recycling (40 CFR Parts 261.2 and
  261.9)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Universal Waste (40 CFR Part
  273)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Used Oil (40 CFR Part 266,
  Subpart E, and Part 279
• Re-Engineering RCRA for Recycling: Report and
  Recommendations of the Definition  of Solid Waste
  Task Force
• Reglamento de Residues Universales
• Report to Congress on Metal Recovery, Environmental
  Regulation, and Hazardous Waste
• Response to Comments Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions Phase IV: Treatment Standards for Wood
  Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction and
  Streamlining, Exemptions From RCRA for Certain
  Processed Materials, and Miscellaneous Hazardous
  Waste Provisions; Final Rule
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes (Complete Set)
• States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling
• Universal Waste Rule (Brochure)
• The Used Oil Management Standards (Video)
• Waste Minimization for Selected Residuals in the
  Petroleum Refining Industry
                     HAZARDOUS WASTES
                     • Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential
                       for Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed
                       Universal Waste Rule
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Spent Potliners From
                       Primary Aluminum Reduction—K088 (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
                       Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
                       F032, F034, and F035; Final
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for First Third Wastes; Final
                       Rule (Complete Set)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for Second Third Wastes;
                       Final Rule (Complete Set)
                     * Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for Third Third Wastes; Final
                       Rule (Complete Set)
                     • A Collection of Solid Waste Resources: Fall 2002
                       Edition (CD-ROM)
                     • Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
                     • Definitions and General Provisions under RCRA,
                       Subtitle C; Definitions and Provisions for
                       Confidentiality (40 CFR 260, Subparts A and B)
                     • Degree of Hazard as an Approach to Defining and
                       Managing Hazardous Wastes; Identification and
                       Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
                       Section 3001
                     • Design and Development of a Hazardous Waste
                       Reactivity Testing Protocol
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Determines That Ash
                       From Waste-to-Energy Facilities Is Subject to
                       Hazardous Waste Regulations upon Exiting the
                       Combustion Building
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Interim Final
                       Regulations on the "Mixture" and "Derived-From"
                       Rules
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Streamlined
                       Regulations for Collecting and Managing Universal
                       Wastes
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste
                       Management System; Final Codification Rule
                       Correction
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste Manifest
                       System to be Streamlined
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Low-level Mixed Waste
Conditionally Exempt from Hazardous Waste
Regulation
Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel
Convention Aim to Prevent Pollution Reduce Risk,
and Promote Recycling
Environmental Fact Sheet: Request for Comments:
EPA Announces In-Depth Review of the Land
Disposal Restrictions (LDR) Program
^Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion into Indoor Air
*Guidance for Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion to
Indoor Air Pathway from Groundwater and Soils
(Subsurface Vapor Intrusion Guidance); Draft
Guidance for the Sampling and Analysis of Municipal
Waste Combustion Ash for the Toxicity Characteristic
Hazardous Waste Management Planning Needs and
Practices: A Review of Several State Agency
Approaches
Identificando Su Residue: El Punto de Partida
Identifying Your Waste: The Starting Point (Brochure)
Implementation Strategy of U.S. Supreme Court
Decision in City of Chicago v. EDF for Municipal
Waste Combustion Ash; Memorandum
Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June
1982 to December 1994)
Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991-1996
Monthly Hotline Reports
Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
— Hazardous Waste in Your Community
— How Can You Make a Difference in Hazardous
   Waste Management?
— How Does RCRA Work?
— Safe Hazardous Waste Recycling
— State Hazardous Waste Contacts
— What Makes a Waste Hazardous?
Managing Your Hazardous Waste: A Guide for Small
Businesses
Manejando sus Residues Peligrosos: Una Guia para
Empresas Pequenas
Nation's Hazardous Waste Management Program at a
Crossroads: The RCRA Implementation Study
Native American Network: A RCRA Information
Exchange (Issue #6) (Fall/Winter 1994)
Native American Network: A RCRA Information
Exchange (Issue #7) (Winter/Spring 1996)
Native American Network (Issue #11) (Fall 1999)
*RCRA Hazardous Waste Delisting: The First 20 Years
  RCRA Helps Turn Brownfields Green
  RCRA Implementation Study Update: The Definition
  of Solid Waste
  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2
  RCRA: Reduciendo el Riesgo de Residue
  RCRA: Reducing Risk From Waste
  *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Modules (Complete Set of RCRA Modules)
  RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Monthly Call Center
  Reports (Complete Sets)
  Regulatory Analysis of RCRA Regulations
  *Report to Congress: Evaluating the Consensus Best
  Practices Developed through the Howard Hughes
  Medical Institute's Collaborative Hazardous Waste
  Management Demonstration Project and the Need for
  Regulatory Changes to Carry Out Project
  Recommendations
  Report to Congress on Metal Recovery, Environmental
  Regulation and Hazardous Waste
  Revised Implementation Strategy for City of Chicago
  v. EDF Municipal Waste Combustion Ash Supreme
  Court Decision; Memorandum
  Risky Business? An Overview of Risk Assessment and
  RCRA
  Screening Level Ecological Risk Assessment Protocol
  for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities: Peer Draft
  Review (Complete Set)
  Technical Resource Document:
  Solidification/Stabilization and Its Application to
  Waste Materials
  *Waste Minimization Trends Report (1991-1998)
HEALTH EFFECTS	
• Abandoned Mine Site Characterization and Cleanup
  Handbook
• Background Document on the Development and Use
  of Reference Doses; Part I: Data Needs and
  Apportionment; Part II: Considerations Related to the
  Development of Protocols for Toxicity Studies
• Chemical, Physical, and Biological Properties of
  Compounds Present at Hazardous Waste Sites (Final
  Report)
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Case
  Studies on Ground-Water and Surface Water
  Contamination From Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final HWIR-Media Rule
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• Environmental Fact Sheet:; Finalization of Hazardous
  Waste Identification Rule (HWIR)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Management Standards
  Proposed for Cement Kiln Dust Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory Determination
  for Wastes from the Combustion of Fossil Fuels
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Request for Comments:
  EPA Announces In-Depth Review of the Land
  Disposal Restrictions (LDR) Program
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
  Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
• ^Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion into Indoor Air
• Exposure Assessment Guidance for RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities; Draft
• ^Guidance for Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion to
  Indoor Air Pathway from Groundwater and Soils
  (Subsurface Vapor Intrusion Guidance); Draft
• Guidance on Collection of Emissions Data to Support
  Site-Specific Risk Assessments at Hazardous Waste
  Combustion Facilities: Risk Burn Guidance; Peer
  Review Draft
• Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping Study
• Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping Study:
  Appendices
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
• Health and Environmental Effects Profiles (40 CFR
  261); Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
  under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Human Health and Environmental Damages from
  Mining and Mineral Processing Wastes; Technical
   Background Document Supporting the Final Rule
   Applying Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions to
   Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes
 •  Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines (Complete
   Set)
•  Industrial Waste Air Model Technical Background
   Document
 •  Industrial Waste Air Model (IWAIR) User's Guide
 •  Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model
 •  Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
   — How Can You Make a Difference in Hazardous
     Waste Management?
 •  Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Assessment of
   Health Risks Associated With Exposure to Municipal
   Waste Combustion Emissions
 • Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Report to
   Congress
                     •  Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats Test
                       Materials: Pyridine; Volumes I and II
                     •  Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater
                       Protection Standard
                     •  Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Information
                       Requirements for Permitting Discharges; General
                       Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
                       Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
                       Facilities
                     •  Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
                       Determination Proposed Rule Response to Comment
                       Document; Part II
                     •  Procedural Guidance for Reviewing Exposure
                       Information Under RCRA, Section 3019
                     •  Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and Acid-Generating
                       Wastes Generated by the Mining and Beneficiating
                       Industries, and the Potentials for Contaminant Release
                     •  Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity Study; Final Report;
                       Compound: Isobutyl Alcohol
                     •  Regulatory Impact Analysis for  the Final Criteria for
                       Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
                     o  Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase IV Land
                       Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wood
                       Preserving Wastes
                     •  *Report to Congress: Evaluating the Consensus Best
                       Practices  Developed through the Howard Hughes
                       Medical Institute's Collaborative Hazardous Waste
                       Management Demonstration Project and the Need for
                       Regulatory Changes to Carry Out Project
                       Recommendations
                     • Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust
                     • Report to Congress on Special Wastes From Mineral
                       Processing: Summary and Findings; Methods and
                       Analyses; Appendices
                     • Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of
                       Fossil Fuels
                     • The Resource Conservation Challenge: What Can
                       You Save Today? ...An Update
                     • Risky Business? An Overview of Risk Assessment and
                       RCRA
                     • Subchronic Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in Sprague Dawley
                       Rats
                     • Subchronic Toxicity of Ortho-Cresol in Sprague
                       Dawley Rats
                     • Subchronic Toxicity of Para-Cresol in Sprague Dawley
                       Rats; MBA Chemical No. 25
                     • Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report
                     • Surface Water Screening Procedure; Background
                       Document
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• Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol
  Administered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6
  Through 15; Final Report
• Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol
  Administered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6
  Through 15; Final Report; Appendices I-IX
• *Waste Minimization Trends Report (1991-1998)
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE	
• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential
  for Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed
  Universal Waste Rule
• A Collection of Solid Waste Resources: Fall 2002
  Edition (CD-ROM)
• Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid Waste
• Desechos Dome'sticos Peligrosos: Pasos para un mane-
  jo seguro
• Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Patient Flyer)
• Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Professional
  Brochure)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Streamlined
  Regulations for Collecting and Managing Universal
  Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards Issued for
  Nonmunicipal Solid Waste Units That Receive CESQG
  Hazardous Waste
• Handle with Care: How to Throw Out Used Insulin
  Syringes and Lancets at Home; A Booklet for Young
  People with Diabetes and their Families
• Household Hazardous Waste Management: A Manual
  for One-Day Community Collection Programs
• Household Hazardous Waste: Steps to Safe
  Management
• Implementation of the Mercury-Containing and
  Rechargeable Battery Management Act
• Manual del Consumidor Para Reducir los Desechos
  Solidos
• National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill
  Facilities
• Native American Network: A RCRA Information
  Exchange (Issue #5) (Spring/Summer 1994)
• Proceedings of the Eighth National United States
  Environmental Protection Agency Conference on
  Household Hazardous Waste Management, November
  6-10,1993, Burlington, Vermont
  Proceedings of the Fifth National Conference on
  Household Hazardous Waste Management, November
  5-7,1990, San Francisco, California
  Proceedings of the Fourth National Conference on
  Household Hazardous Waste Management
  Proceedings of the Seventh National United States
  Environmental Protection Agency Conference on
  Household Hazardous Waste Management
  (Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 8-12,1992)
  Proceedings of the Sixth National United States
  Environmental Protection Agency Conference on
  Household Hazardous Waste Management (Seattle,
  Washington, December 3-7,1991)
  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium,  Volume 11
  *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Solid and Hazardous Waste
  Exclusions (40 CFR Part 261.4)
  *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Universal Waste (40 CFR Part
  273)
  Reglamento de Residues Universales
  Reusable News (Spring 1990)
  Reusable News (Spring 1992)
  Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1993)
  Reusable News (Spring 1995)
  *Rules Changed To Help Accelerate Lead-based
  Paint Removal
  States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling
  Summary of the First National Conference on
  Household Hazardous Waste Collection Programs
  Summary of the Second National Conference on
  Household Hazardous Waste Management
  Summary of the Third National Conference on
  Household Hazardous Waste Management
  Survey of Household Hazardous Waste and Related
  Collection Programs
  Universal Waste Rule (Brochure)
IGNITABLE WASTES	
* Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
  Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
  (Complete Set)
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis to
  Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions
  for Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes Whose Treatment
  Standards Were Vacated (Interim Final Rule)
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  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
  Background Document for Characteristic Ignitable
  Wastes (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002),
  Characteristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U
  Wastes Containing Reactive Listing Constituents
  (Final)
  Environmental Fact Sheet; EPA Issues New Treatment
  Standards for Certain Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes
  Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping Study
  Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping Study:
  Appendices
  Ignitability Characteristic {40 CFR 261.21);
  Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
  Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR 265,
  Subpart N); Standards Applicable to Owners and
  Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
  and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3004
  RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
  RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
  RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning
  RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning (Korean Translation)
  RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
  Transportation
  RCRA in Focus: Printing
  RCRA in Focus: Textile Manufacturing
  RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
  Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
  Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
  Revised Risk Assessment for Spent Aluminum
  Potliners
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-B: BOAT Related Comments; D001:
  Characteristic Ignitable Wastes
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
                     • Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
                       Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
                       Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
                       Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                       Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
                       Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
                       Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 13:
                       Comments Related to First Supplemental Proposed
                       Rule, January 25,1996: Clarification of Bevill Exclusion
                       for Mining Wastes, Changes to the Definition of Solid
                       Waste for Mineral Processing Wastes, Treatment
                       Standards for Characteristic Mineral Processing
                       Wastes, and Associated Issues
                      INDUSTRIAL WASTE [NON-HAZARDOUS]
                      • Background Document for the Conditionally Exempt
                       Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
                      • Characterization of Building-Related Construction and
                       Demolition Debris in the United States
                      • Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the
                       Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator
                       (CESQG) Rulemaking
                      • Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal
                       Facilities and Practices; Notification Requirements for
                       Industrial Solid Waste Disposal Facilities (40 CFR Part
                       257) (Draft)
                      • Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory Determination
                       for Wastes from the Combustion of Fossil Fuels
                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards Issued for
                       Nonmunicipal Solid Waste Units That Receive CESQG
                       Hazardous Waste
                       Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
                       Guide for Industrial Waste Management
                       Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
                       Industrial Waste Air Model Technical Background
                       Document
                       Industrial Waste Air Model (IWAIR) User's Guide
                       Industrial Waste Management: A Guide to Best
                       Practices
                       Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
                       (IWEM) Technical Background Document
                       Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
                       (IWEM) User's Guide
                       List of Industrial Waste Landfills and Construction
                       and Demolition Waste Landfills
                       *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
                       Module: Introduction to RCRA Solid Waste Programs
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  Regulatory Determination: Landfills and Surface
  Impoundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
  Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the
  United States; Volumes I and II
  Reusable News (November/December 1996)
  Subtitle D Industrial Facility Telephone Survey Report
  (1987)
INFORMATION  SOURCES	
• An Analysis of Composting as an Environmental
  Remediation Technology
• Business Guide for Reducing Solid Waste
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates From
  MSW Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites;
  Volume III: Addendum to Characterization of
  Municipal Landfill Leachates; A Literature Review
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates From
  MSW Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites;
  Volume IV: Characterization of Municipal Waste
  Combustion Residues and Their Leachates; A
  Literature Review
• A Collection of Solid Waste Resources: Fall 2002
  Edition (CD-ROM)
• Composting, Yard Trimmings, and Municipal Solid
  Waste
• Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid Waste
* Decision-Makers' Guide to Solid Waste Management,
  Second Edition
• Directory of Mine Waste Characterization and
  Drainage Quality Contacts in  Western Governors'
  Association Member States
• Donating Surplus Food to the Needy (WasteWise Tip
  Sheet)
• Exemption of Oil and Gas Exploration and Production
  Wastes from Federal Hazardous Waste Regulations
• Financing Guide for Recycling Businesses: Investment
  Forums, Meetings, and Networks
• 40 CFR Parts 190-299
• Full Cost Accounting for Municipal Solid Waste
  Management: A Handbook
• Full Cost Accounting in Action: Case Studies of Six
  Solid Waste Management Agencies
• Generation and Management  of CESQG Waste
• Green Advertising Claims
• How to Start or Expand a Recycling Collection
  Program
Implementation of the Mercury-Containing and
Rechargeable Battery Management Act
Index of Selected OSW Correspondence; EPA's Office
of Solid Waste
Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June
1982 to December 1994)
Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991-1996
Monthly Hotline Reports
International Waste Minimization Approaches and
Policies to Metal Plating
It's Easy Being Green: A Guide to Planning and
Conducting Environmentally Aware Meetings and
Events
Jobs Through Recycling Program
Joining Forces on Solid Waste Management:
Regionalization Is Working in Rural and Small
Communities
Life Cycle Assessment: Public Data Sources for the
LCA Practitioner
La Linea Informative de RCRA, el Superfondo y
EPCRA (Folleto)
Managing Food Scraps as Animal Feed (WasteWise
Tip Sheet)
Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
— Hazardous Waste in Your Community
— How Can You Make a Difference in Hazardous
  Waste Management?
— How Does RCRA Work?
— Safe Hazardous Waste Recycling
— State Hazardous Waste Contacts
— What Makes a Waste Hazardous?
Managing Used Motor Oil: Order Form
Managing Your Hazardous Waste: A Guide for Small
Businesses
Manejando sus Residues Peligrosos: Una Guia para
Empresas Pequenas
Manual de Participacion Publica de la RCRA
Manual del Consumidor para Reducir los Desechos
Solidos
Manufacturing From Recyclables: 24 Case Studies of
Successful Recycling Enterprises
Monitoring Science in the RCRA Program (Kit Folder)
Native American Network
Native American Network: A RCRA Information
Exchange
Planning for Disaster Debris
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  Publications on Mining Waste Management in Indian
  Country
  Publications on Solid Waste Management in Indian
  Country
  RCRA Online: A Quick Reference Guide (Brochure)
  RCRA Orientation Manual
  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 1: User's
  Guide, Keyword Index
  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package;
  Revisions 1-8
  RCRA Public Participation Manual
  RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center. (Brochure)
  RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Monthly Call Center
  Reports (Complete Sets)
  Recycling Guide for Native American Nations
  Report to Congress: Recovery and Recycling of
  Plastics From Durable Goods
  Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
  Reusable News
  Reusable News Bulletin
  Risky Business? An Overview of Risk Assessment and
  RCRA
  Site-Specific Flexibility Requests for Municipal Solid
  Waste Landfills in Indian Country; Draft Guidance
  Spotlight on Waste Prevention: EPA's Program to
  Reduce Solid Waste at the Source
  Training and Technical Assistance  Directory for Tribal
  Solid Waste Managers
  Tribal Waste Journal
  Waste Prevention: It Makes Good Business Sense
  (Brochure)
  WasteWise Progress Reports
  WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Buying or Manufacturing
  Recycled Products
  WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Facility Waste Assessments
  WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Recycling Collection
  WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Waste Prevention
  WasteWise Update
INK FORMULATION WASTES	
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K086 Solvent Wash (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K086 (Ink Formulation
  Equipment Cleaning Wastes); Addendum (Final)
                        Response to Comments Background Document for the
                        Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                        Volume 1-L: BDAT Related Comments; K071 and
                        K106: Mercury Cell Process Wastes; K086: Residues
                        From Ink Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
                      INORGANIC CHEMICAL WASTES	
                      •  Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
                        to Contaminated Media: Costs, Cost Savings, and
                        Economic Impacts
                      •  Background Document for Analysis of the Land
                        Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Underground
                        Injection Data and Issues
                      •  Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
                        Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
                        Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
                        (Complete Set)
                      •  Background Document for Land Disposal
                        Restrictions—Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
                        Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
                        Comments
                      •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                        Background Document for K071  (Final)
                      •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                        Background Document for K073  (Final)
                      •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                        Background Document for Mercury-Containing
                        Wastes (D009, K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
                      •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                        Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
                        F032, F034,  and F035; Final
                      •  Capacity Analysis for Land Disposal
                        Restrictions-Phase IV: Newly Identified Toxicity
                        Characteristic Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
                        Wastes (Final Rule); Background Document
                      •  Regulatory  Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
                        Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
                        Revised Risk Assessment for  Spent Aluminum
                        Potliners
                      •  Regulatory  Impact Analysis of the Phase IV Land
                        Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wood
                        Preserving Wastes
                      •  Regulatory  Impact Analysis: Phase IV Land Disposal
                        Restrictions: TC Metals Wastes; Final Report
                      •  Response to Comments Background Document for the
                        Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                        Volume 1-L: BDAT Related Comments; K071 and
                        K106: Mercury Cell Process Wastes; K086: Residues
                        From Ink Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
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• Response to Comments Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions Phase IV: Treatment Standards for Wood
  Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction and
  Streamlining, Exemptions From RCRA for Certain
  Processed Materials, and Miscellaneous Hazardous
  Waste Provisions; Final Rule
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 1:
  Comments Related to Phase III Proposed Rule, March
  2,1997
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 2:
  Comments Related to Phase IV Proposed Rule, August
  22,1995
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 3:
  Comments Related to First Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, January 25,1996
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 6:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 10:
  Comments Related to Regulatory Impact Analysis for
  TC-Metal Hazardous Waste Issues Raised in Original
  Proposed Rule, August 22,1995, and in Second
  Supplemental Proposed Rule, May 12,1997
  Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 11:
  Comments Related to Newly Identified Mineral
  Processing Waste Treatment Standards, Grab Versus
  Composite Sampling, Radioactive Mixed TC-Metal
  Wastes, and Sulfide Waste Issues
INORGANIC PIGMENT WASTES	
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology {BDAT)
  Background Document for Inorganic Pigment Wastes,
  K002-K008 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste Listing
  Determination for Two Dye and Pigment Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
  Rule; Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related
  Comments
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes
  From the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics;
  K002-K008: Inorganic Pigments; K011, K013, K014:
  Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms From Benzyl
  Chloride; K046: Wastewater Treatment Sludges From
  Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of Lead-
  Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
  Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge From Secondary Lead Smelting
IRON PRODUCTION WASTES	
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
  Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document (Addendum) for All
  Nonwastewater Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT
  Treatment Standards for F006 and K062
  Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K062 (Final)
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• Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
  Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
  Revised Risk Assessment for Spent Aluminum
  Potliners
JOBS THROUGH RECYCLING PROGRAM
• Jobs Through Recycling Program
• Recycling Means Business
• Reusable News (Spring 1994)
• Reusable News (Fall 1994)
• Reusable News Bulletin (January/February 1996)
• Reusable News Bulletin (August/September 1996)
• Reusable News (Spring 1997)
• Reusable News (Fall 1998)
K-WASTES	
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase II—Universal Treatment
  Standards, and Treatment Standards for Organic
  Toxicity Characteristic Wastes and Other Newly Listed
  Wastes; Final
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
  Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
  (Complete Set)
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris to
  Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
  (Complete Set)
• Background Document for the First Third Wastes to
  Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions;
  Final; Addendum: Capacity Analysis for K061 Wastes
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
  Background Document (Addendum) for All
  Nonwastewater Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT
  Treatment Standards for F006 and K062
  Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Chlorinated Toluene
  Wastes: K149, K150, and K151  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145,
  K147, and K148 (Final)
* Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Distillation Bottoms From
  the Production of Aniline, K083 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Distillation Bottoms From
                       the Production of Nitrobenzene by the Nitration of
                       Benzene, K025 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Halogenated Pesticide and
                       Chlorobenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085,
                       K097, K098, K105, and D012-D017) (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Inorganic Pigment Wastes,
                       K002-K008 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K001 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K001 (Addendum) and
                       U051 (Creosote) (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K009 and K010 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K011, K013, and K014
                       (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K011, K013, and K014;
                       Addendum for Acrylonitrile Wastes (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K015 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K015; Addendum (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K016, K018, K019, K020,
                       and K030 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K021 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version)
                       (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT
                       Background Document for K022; Amendment (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K024 (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K031, K084, K101, K102,
                       Characteristic Arsenic Wastes (D004), Characteristic
                       Selenium Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes
                       Containing Arsenic and Selenium Listing Constituents
                       (Final)
                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for K037 (Final)
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
Background Document for K037; Amendment (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K043 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K046 Nonreactive
Subcategory (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K046; Addendum (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology.(BDAT)
Background Document for K048, K049, K050, K051,
and K052 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K048, K049, K050, K051,
and K052; Amendment (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K060 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K061 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K061; Addendum (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K062 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K071 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K073 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K086 Solvent Wash (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K086 (Ink Formulation
Equipment Cleaning Wastes); Addendum (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K087 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K099 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K101 and K102 Low
Arsenic Subcategory (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for K103 and K104 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Mercury-Containing
Wastes (D009, K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107,
K108, K109, K110, Kill, K112, U328, U353, K117, K118,
K136, K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359
(Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Organophosphorus Wastes,
K036 Nonwastewaters; Amendment (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Organophosphorus Wastes,
K038-K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Phthalate Wastes, K023,
K093, K094, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Spent Potliners From
Primary Aluminum Reduction-K088 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Stripping Still Tails From
the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Universal Standards;
Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Universal Standards;
Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms
of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Wastes From the
Production of Dinitrotoluene, Toluenediamine, and
Toluene Diisocyanate, K027, K111-K116, U221, and
U223 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Wastes From the
Production of Epichlorohydrin, K017 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Wastes From the
Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095,
and K096 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Wastes From the
Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095,
and K096; Amendment (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Wastewater Treatment
Sludges Generated in the Production of Creosote K035
(Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Documents for Wastes for Which
Wastewater Treatment  Standards Were Determined
Based on Concentrations in Incinerator Scrubber
Water: K015, KQ16, K018, K019, K020, K023, K024,
K028, K030, K048, K049, K050, K051, K052, K087,
K093, K094, U028, U069, U088, U102, U107, and U190
(Final Amendments)
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• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Promulgates Listing
  Determination for Certain Wastes from the Production
  of Chlorinated Aliphatics
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Standards
  Promulgated for Petroleum Refining Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste Listing
  Determination for Two Dye and Pigment Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: New Treatment Standards
  Finalized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Opportunity for Comment
  on Regulatory Status of Spent Catalyst Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule Aims to
  Revise Certain Standards for Spent Potliners from
  Primary Aluminum Reduction (K088) and Identify a
  New Regulatory Classification Scheme for Vitrification
  Units Treating K088 Waste
• Ground-Water Pathway Analysis for Aluminum
  Potliners (K088)
• Memorandum to Monica Chatmon-McEaddy of Office
  of Solid Waste Regarding Final Treatment Standards
  for K069 Nonwastewaters in the Calcium
  Sulfate/Sodium Subcategory and Wastewater Forms
  of K069
• Memorandum to Monica Chatmon-McEaddy of Office
  of Solid Waste Regarding Final Treatment Standards
  for Nonwastewater and Wastewater Forms of K100
• Memorandum to the Docket Regarding Final
  Treatment Standards for Nonwastewater and
  Wastewater Forms of K044, K045, and K047
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination: Additional Groundwater Pathway Risk
  Analyses; Supplemental Background Document
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination Notice of Data Availability (NODA)
  Response to Comment Document; Part II
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination Proposed Rule Response to Comment
  Document (Complete Set)
• RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
  Transportation
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
  Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
  Revised Risk Assessment for Spent Aluminum
  Potliners
• Response to Capacity-Related Comments Received on
  the Phase III Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
  Rulemaking
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris Proposed
  Rule; Capacity-Related Comments
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 1-E: BDAT Related Comments; D004:
                       Characteristic Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U
                       Wastes Containing Arsenic; and D010: Characteristic
                       Wastes for Selenium
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 1-1: BDAT Related Comments; D009:
                       Characteristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes
                       Containing Mercury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes
                       From the Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives;
                       D011: Characteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120:
                       Vanadium Containing Wastes; and P and U Wastes
                       Containing Thallium
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes
                       From the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics;
                       K002-K008: Inorganic Pigments; K011, KQ13, K014:
                       Acrylonitriles; K015: Still Bottoms From Benzyl
                       Chloride; K046: Wastewater Treatment Sludges From
                       Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of Lead-
                       Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
                       Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control
                       Dust/Sludge From Secondary Lead Smelting
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 1-L: BDAT Related Comments; K071 and
                       K106: Mercury Cell Process Wastes; K086: Residues
                       From Ink Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes
                       From the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
                       K095, and K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                       Wastewaters Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:
                       Wastes From the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
                       Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
                       Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges
                       From the Production of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still
                       Tails From the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
                       K083: Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
                       Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
                       and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
                       Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
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  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-N: BDAT Related Comments; Halogenated
  Organic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic,
  Organo-Sulfur Compounds, and Organo-Nitrogen
  Compound Wastes; and Halogenated Pesticide and
  Chlorobenzene, Halogenated Phenolic, and Phenolic
  Wastes
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume l-O: BDAT Related Comments; K048-K052:
  Petroleum Refining Industry Wastes; K036:
  Organophosphorus Wastes (Nonwastewaters); K037:
  Wastewater Treatment Sludges From the Production of
  Disulfoton
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments
  Response to Comments Received on the Newly Listed
  Wastes and Hazardous Soils Proposed Rule to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Capacity-
  Related Comments
LAB WASTES	
• *Report to Congress: Evaluating the Consensus Best
  Practices Developed through the Howard Hughes
  Medical Institute's Collaborative Hazardous Waste
  Management Demonstration Project and the Need for
  Regulatory Changes to Carry Out Project
  Recommendations
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
  Rule; Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-3: Capacity Related Comments
LAND  DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	
• Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
  to Contaminated Media: Costs, Cost Savings, and
.  Economic Impacts
• Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
  to Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes;
  Regulatory Impact Analysis
• Background Document for Analysis of the Land
  Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Underground
  Injection Data and Issues .
* Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions: Newly Identified Petroleum
  Refining Wastes (Final Rule)
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase II—Universal Treatment
  Standards, and Treatment Standards for Organic
  Toxicity Characteristic Wastes and Other Newly Listed
  Wastes; Final
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land
  Disposal Restrictions Phase III—Decharacterized
  Wastewaters, Carbamate Wastes, and Spent Potliners
  {Complete Set)
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis for
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris to
  Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
  (Complete Set)
• Background Document for Capacity Analysis to
  Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions
  for Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes Whose Treatment
  Standards Were Vacated (Interim Final Rule)
• Background Document for First Third Wastes to
  Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions;
  Final; Addendum: Capacity Analysis for K061 Wastes
• Background Document for First Third Wastes to
  Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
  Rule: First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
* Background Document for Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Wood Preserving Wastes (Final Rule):
  Capacity Analysis and Response to Capacity-Related
  Comments
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to
  Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
  Rule: Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics,
  and Required and Availability Treatment Capacity;
  Volumes I and II
• Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and  II
• Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste
  Volumes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and
  Recycling Capacity, and Available  Treatment and
  Recycling
* Background Document for the Groundwater Screening
  Procedure to Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal
  Restrictions
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• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to
  Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions;
  Final Rule: Third Third Waste Volumes,
  Characteristics, and Required and Available Treatment
  Capacity {Complete Set)
• Background Paper: Exclusion to the Definition of Solid
  Waste: Excluded Scrap Metal and Shredded Circuit
  Boards Being Recycled
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document (Addendum) for All
  Nonwastewater Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT
  Treatment Standards for F006 and K062
  Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Chlorinated Toluene
  Wastes: K149, K150, and K151 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145,
  K147, and K148 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents;
  Amendment to Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents;
  Revisions  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Newly Listed Refinery
  Wastes: F037 and F038 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107,
  K108, K109, K110, Kill, K112, U328, U353, K117, K118,
  K136, K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359
  (Final)
.• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Organic Toxicity
  Characteristic Wastes D018-D043 and Addendum to
  Nonwastewater Forms of Pesticide Toxicity
  Characteristic Wastes D012-D017 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Quality Assurance/Quality
  Control Procedures and Methodology (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Spent Potliners From
  Primary Aluminum Reduction—K088 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
  Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Universal Standards;
                       Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
                       Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Universal Standards;
                       Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms
                       of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Wood Preserving Wastes:
                       F032, F034, and F035; Final
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for First Third Wastes; Final
                       Rule (Complete Set)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for Second Third Wastes;
                       Final Rule (Complete Set)
                     » Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for Third Third Wastes; Final
                       Rule (Complete Set)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Documents for Wastes for Which
                       Wastewater Treatment Standards Were Determined
                       Based on Concentrations in Incinerator Scrubber
                       Water: K015, K016, K018, K019, K020, K023, K024,
                       K028, K030, K048, K049, K050, K051, K052, K087,
                       K093, K094, U028, U069, U088, U102, U107, and U190
                       (Final Amendments)
                     • Capacity Analysis for Land Disposal
                       Restrictions-Phase IV: Newly Identified Toxicity
                       Characteristic Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
                       Wastes (Final Rule); Background Document
                     • Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of Land Disposal
                       Restrictions for Newly Listed Wastes and
                       Contaminated Debris (Phase I LDRs); Final Rule
                     • Economic Impact Assessment of the Phase IV Land
                       Disposal Restrictions Final Rule on Newly Identified
                       Wood Preserving Hazardous Wastes Contaminated
                       Media and Abandoned Wood Preserving Sites
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Application of Land
                       Disposal Restrictions to CERCLA Remedial Actions
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Clarification on the Timing
                       for Retrofitting Surface Impoundments Under the
                       Land Disposal Restrictions Rule
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Deferral of Phase IV
                       Standards for PCBs as an Underlying Hazardous
                       Constituent in Soil
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rules for
                       Corrective Action Management Units and Temporary
                       Units
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 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues New Treatment
   Standards for Certain Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes
 *  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA's Comprehensive
   Review of the Treatment Standards for Mercury-
   Bearing Hazardous Waste
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA's Final Conditional No-
   Migration Determination for DOE's Waste Isolation
   Pilot Plant (WIPP)
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Final HWIR-Media Rule
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule for Third Third
   Scheduled Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements
   for Land Disposal Restrictions
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Standards
   Promulgated for Petroleum Refining Waste
. •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste
   Identification Rule; Proposed Rule
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Ideas to Reduce Reporting
   Requirements at Hazardous Waste Facilities
 *  Environmental Fact Sheet: Land Disposal
   Restrictions—Second Third (Final)
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Milestone! Fifth
   Rulemaking Finalizes Land Disposal Restrictions
 •  *Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Revisions to
   the Hazardous Waste Identification Rule (HWIR)
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rule Aims to
   Revise Certain Standards for Spent Potliners from
   Primary Aluminum Reduction (K088) and Identify a
   New Regulatory Classification Scheme for Vitrification
   Units Treating K088 Waste
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Request for Comments:
   EPA Announces In-Depth Review of the Land
   Disposal Restrictions (LDR) Program
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Set for
   Toxicity Characteristic (TC) Metal Wastes, Mineral
   Processing Wastes, and Contaminated Soil
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Two New Hazardous Waste
   Codes Added From Organobromine Production
 •  Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for Land
   Disposal Restrictions Program (BDAT)
 •  Groundwater Pathway Analysis for Aluminum
   Potliners (K088)
 •  Guidance for Implementing the RCRA Dioxin Listing
   Rule
•  Hazardous Waste Requirements for Large Quantity
   Generators
• Human Health and Environmental Damages from
  Mining and Mineral Processing Wastes; Technical
  Background Document Supporting the Final Rule
  Applying Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions to
  Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes
• Identification and Description of Mineral Processing
  Sectors and Waste Streams; Technical Background
  Document; Final
• Land Disposal Restrictions for Hazardous Wastes: A
  Snapshot of the Program
• *Land Disposal Restrictions: Summary of
  Requirements
• Management of Remediation Waste Under RCRA
• Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated
  Available Technology (BDAT) Treatment Standards
• No Migration Variances to the Hazardous Waste Land
  Disposal Prohibitions: A Guidance Manual for
  Petitioners; Draft
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination Notice of Data Availability (NODA)
  Response to Comment Document; Part II
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination Proposed Rule Response to Comment
  Document; Part IV
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Containment Buildings (40
  CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart DD)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Land Disposal Restrictions
  (40 CFR Part 268)
• Regulation of Fuel Blending and Related Treatment
  and Storage Activities Memo
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of Land Disposal
  Restrictions for Newly Identified Wastes and
  Hazardous Soil (Phase II LDRs); Final Rule
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase III Land
  Disposal Restrictions Final Rule and Addendum:
  Revised Risk Assessment for Spent Aluminum
  Potliners
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Phase IV Land
  Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wood
  Preserving Wastes
• Regulatory Impact Analysis: Phase IV Land Disposal
  Restrictions: TC Metals Wastes; Final Report
• Response to Capacity-Related Comments Received on
  the Phase III Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
  Rulemaking
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  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris Proposed
  Rule; Capacity-Related Comments
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed
  Rule; Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related
  Comments; Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments;
  Volume 3: Policy Related Comments
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: BDAT Related Comments (Complete Set)
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments (Complete Set)
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 3: Policy Related Comments
  Response to Comments Document for  Land Disposal
  Restrictions Phase IV: Treatment Standards for Wood
  Preserving Wastes, Paperwork Reduction and
  Streamlining, Exemptions From RCRA for Certain
  Processed Materials, and Miscellaneous Hazardous
  Waste Provisions; Final Rule
  Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes  and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes (Complete Set)
  Response to Comments Received on the Newly Listed
  Wastes and Hazardous Soils Proposed Rule to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Capacity-
  Related Comments
  Technical Resource Document: Solidification/
  Stabilization and Its Application to Waste Materials
  Treatment Technology Background Document; Second
  Third; Final
  Treatment Technology Background Document; Third
  Third; Final
 LANDFILLS	
  see also MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS
 • Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems;
  Supplemental Background Document for the Final
  Double Liners and Leak Detection Systems Rule for
  Hazardous Waste Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface
  Impoundments
                       Background Document on Bottom Liner Performance
                       in Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments
                       Background Document on Proposed Liner and Leak
                       Detection Rule
                       Characterization of Building-Related Construction and
                       Demolition Debris in the United States
                       Compilation of Current Practices at Land Disposal
                       Facilities: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection
                       Designs, Action Leakage Rates, Response Action Plans,
                       and Management of Liquids in Landfills
                       Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
                       Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the
                       Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator
                       (CESQG) Rulemaking
                       Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal
                       Facilities and Practices; Notification Requirements for
                       Industrial Solid Waste Disposal Facilities (40 CFR Part
                       257)  (Draft)
                       Damage Cases: Construction and Demolition Waste
                       Landfills
                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Controlling the Impacts of
                       Remediation Activities in or Around Wetlands
                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Management Standards
                       Proposed for Cement Kiln Dust Waste
                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory Determination
                       for Wastes from the Combustion of Fossil Fuels
                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Revisions Proposed to Post-
                       Closure Landfill Requirements
                       Guide for Industrial Waste Management
                       Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
                       Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance
                       (HELP) Model; Volume 1: User's Guide for Version 3;
                       Volume 2: Engineering Documentation for Version 3
                       Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
                       Industrial Waste Air Model Technical Background
                       Document
                       Industrial Waste Air Model (IWAIR) User's Guide
                       Industrial Waste Management: A Guide to Best
                       Practices
                       Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
                       (IWEM) Technical Background Document
                       Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
                       (IWEM) User's Guide
                       Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR 265,
                       Subpart N); Standards Applicable to Owners and
                       Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
                       and  Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
                       Section 3004
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• Inventory of Open Dumps
• Landfill and Surface Impoundment Performance
  Evaluation
• List of Industrial Waste Landfills and Construction
  and Demolition Waste Landfills
• Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner
  Systems for Landfills and Surface Impoundments;
  Design, Construction, and Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner
  Systems for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and
  Waste Piles; Design, Construction, and Operation
  (Draft)
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Exposure
  Information Requirements Under RCRA, Section 3019
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Landfills
• Prohibition on the Disposal of Bulk Liquid Hazardous
  Waste in Landfills; Statutory Interpretive Guidance
• RCRA Guidance Document: Landfill Design, Liner
  Systems and Final Cover; Draft
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Land Disposal Units (40 CFR
  Parts 264/265, Subparts K, L, M, N)
• Regulatory Determination: Landfills and Surface
  Impoundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
• Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous
  Liquids in Hazardous Waste Landfills
• Technical Guidance Document: Final Covers on
  Hazardous Waste Landfills and Surface
  Impoundments
LEACHATE	
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume A: Wastewater
  Forms of Organic U and P Wastes and Multisource
  Leachate (F039) for which there are Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume B: U and P
  Wastewaters and Nonwastewaters With Methods of
  Treatment as Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume C:
  Nonwastewater Forms of Organic U and P Wastes and
  Multisource Leachate (F039) for Which There Are
  Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume D: Reactive U
  and P Wastewaters and Nonwastewaters
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for U and P Wastes,
  Multisource Leachate (F039), Volume E: U and P
  Gaseous Wastes
• Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash,
  Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates From
  MSW Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites
  (Complete Set)
• Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design
  Criteria (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Summary
  of Data on Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Leachate
  Characteristics
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Requests Information
  on Bioreactor landfills and Performance of Alternative
  Liners for Landfills When Leachate is Recirculated
• Groundwater Pathway Analysis for Aluminum
  Potliners (K088)
• Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum
  Technological Requirements of HSWA of 1984,
  Respecting Liners and Leachate Collection Systems;
  Reauthorization Statutory Interpretation #5D
• Guide for Industrial Waste Management
• Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
• Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping Study
• Hazardous Waste Characteristics Scoping Study:
  Appendices
• Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance
  (HELP) Model; Volume 1: User's Guide for Version 3;
  Volume 2: Engineering Documentation for Version 3
• Industrial Waste Management: A Guide to Best
  Practices
• Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
  (IWEM) Technical Background Document
• Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
  (IWEM) User's Guide
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• Landfill and Surface Impoundment Performance
  Evaluation
t Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner
  Systems for Landfills and Surface Impoundments;
  Design, Construction, and Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner
  Systems for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and
  Waste Piles; Design, Construction, and Operation
  (Draft)
t Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and Leachate
  Characterization; Monofill Baseline Year; Woodburn
  Monofill; Woodburn, Oregon
• Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats Test
  Materials: Pyridine; Volumes I and II
• Petroleum Refining Process Waste Listing
  Determination Notice of Data Availability (NODA)
  Response to Comment Document; Part I
* RCRA Guidance Document: Landfill Design, Liner
  Systems and Final Cover; Draft
t Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-P: BDAT Related Comments; Leachates
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-3: Capacity Related Comments
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled  Wood Preserving Wastes (Complete Set)
• Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical
  Manual
• Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste
  Regulatory Determination
• Use of the Water Balance Method for Predicting
  Leachate Generation From Solid Waste Disposal Sites
LEAD WASTES	
  see also SECONDARY LEAD SMELTING WASTES
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for D008 and P and U Lead
  Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
  Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Universal Standards;
                       Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
                       Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Universal Standards;
                       Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms
                       of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
                     • Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash,
                       Ash Extracts, and Leachates
                     • Characterization of Products Containing Lead and
                       Cadmium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United
                       States, 1970 to 2000
                     • Combustion of Hazardous Wastes Containing Arsenic,
                       Lead, and Mercury
                     • Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
                       Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
                     • Implementation of the Mercury-Containing and
                       Rechargeable Battery Management Act
                     • Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
                       Tests for Particulate, Metals, and HC1 Emissions; John
                       Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma;
                       Draft Test Report
                     • Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis of Lead and
                       Cadmium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
                     • RCRA en Foco: Imprenta
                     • RCRA en Foco: Mantenimiento de Vehiculos
                     • RCRA in Focus: Motor Freight & Railroad
                       Transportation
                     • RCRA in Focus: Printing
                     • RCRA in Focus: Vehicle Maintenance
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 1-H: BDAT Related Comments; D008:
                       Characteristic Wastes for Lead and P and U Wastes
                       Containing Lead
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                       Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
                     • Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
                       Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
                       Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
                       Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                       Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
                       Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
                       Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 1:
                       Comments Related to Phase III Proposed Rule, March
                       2,1997
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  Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 2:
  Comments Related to Phase IV Proposed Rule, August
  12,1995
  Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 4:
  Comments Related to First Notice of Data Availability,
  May 10,1996
  Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 6:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997
  *Rules Changed To Help Accelerate  Lead-based
  Paint Removal
  Technical Resource Document: Extraction and
  Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals; Volume 1:
  Lead-Zinc
LEGISLATION	
• Implementation of the Mercury-Containing and
  Rechargeable Battery Management Act
• Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988
• RGRA Orientation Manual
• Solid Waste Disposal Act as Amended by the
  Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments (The
  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act)
• Third National Tribal Conference on Environmental
  Management
• 25 Years of RCRA: Building on Our Past to Protect Our
  Future
LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT	
• Closure/Post-Closure and Financial Responsibility
  Requirements for Hazardous Waste Treatment,
  Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Final Rule;
  Background Document
* Closure/Post-Closure Interim Status Standards (40
  CFR 265, Subpart G): Standards Applicable to Owners
  and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
  Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle
  C, Section 3004
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Closure
  and Post-Closure Care and Financial Responsibility
  Requirements (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32);
  Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Guide for
  Owners /Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Assurance Mechanisms
  Finalized for Landfill Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Amends Regulations
  Related to Third-Party Liability Coverage, Closure,
  and Post-Closure Care
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final HWIR-Media Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
  Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
• Environmental Factor™ RCRA Hazardous Waste
  Handler Information (RCRIS) on CD-ROM
• Equivalency of State Financial Responsibility
  Mechanisms
• Financial Assurance for Closure and Post-Closure
  Care; Requirements for Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities; A Guidance Manual
• Financial Requirements; Interim Status Standards (40
  CFR 265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance
• Financial Responsibility for Municipal Solid Waste
  Landfills: An Introduction for Local Governments
• Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and
  Post-Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I:
  Treatment and Storage Facilities; Volume II: Land
  Disposal Facilities; Volume III: Unit Costs; Volume IV:
  Documentation
• Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting Study
• Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions and
  Answers
* Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR 265,
  Subpart N); Standards Applicable to Owners and
  Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
  and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3004
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• Liability Coverage; Requirements for Owners and
  Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
  and Disposal Facilities; A Guidance Manual
• Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community
  — How Does RCRA Work?
• Manual de Participation Publica de la RCRA
• Pollution Prevention Solutions During Permitting,
  Inspection, and Enforcement
• Post-Closure Liability Trust Fund Simulation Model;
  Volume I: Model Overview and Results; Volume II:
  Graphs and Tables of Model Results; Volume III:
  Model Description
• RCRA Cleanup Reforms: Faster, Focused, More
  Flexible Cleanups
• RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance
• RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance; Interim
  Final
• RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Compliance Order
  Guidance
• RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart G Closure and
  Post-Closure Care Standards and Subpart H Cost
  Estimating Requirements
• RCRA Inspection Manual
• RCRA Liability Coverage for Bodily Injury and
  Property Damage Survey Results
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volumes 7 and 9
• RCRA Public Participation Manual
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Closure/Post-Closure (40
  CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart G)
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Groundwater Monitoring (40
  CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart F
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to RCRA Corrective Action
• *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to RCRA Financial Assurance
   (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart H)
• Report to the Congress of the United States on the
   Post-Closure Liability Trust Fund Under Section
   3001 (A) (2) (II) of the Comprehensive Environmental
   Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980
 •  Reusable News Bulletin (August/September 1996)
 •  Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The Federal
   Regulations for Landfills
                    • Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 264.15) and Interim
                      Status Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 265.15);
                      Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
                      Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage/ and Disposal
                      Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
                    • Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization and
                      Combustion
                    • Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler
                      and Industrial Furnace Regulations
                    • Waste Analysis at Facilities That Generate, Treat, Store,
                      and Dispose of Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance
                      Manual
                    • Waste Analysis Guidance for Facilities That Burn
                      Hazardous Wastes; Draft
                     LIFE-CYCLE MANAGEMENT	
                     • Extended Product Responsibility: A New Principle for
                       Product-Oriented Pollution Prevention
                     • Extended Product Responsibility: A Strategic
                       Framework for Sustainable Products
                     • Guidelines for Assessing the Quality of Life-Cycle
                       Inventory Analysis
                     • Life Cycle Assessment: Public Data Sources for the
                       LCA Practitioner
                     • The Life Cycle of a CD or DVD
                     • Proceedings of the Workshop on Extended Product
                       Responsibility, October 21-22,1996, The White House
                       Conference Center
                     • Reusable News (Spring 1995)
                     • Solid Waste Management and Greenhouse Gases: A
                       Life-Cycle Assessment of Emissions and Sinks
                     • WasteWise Update (Issue#10)—Extended Product
                       Responsibility
                     • WasteWise Update (Issue #13)—Moving Toward
                       Sustainability
                     • WasteWise Update (Issue #15): Environmentally
                       Preferable Purchasing
                     LINERS	
                     • Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems;
                       Supplemental Background Document for the Final
                       Double Liners and Leak Detection Systems Rule for
                       Hazardous Waste Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface
                       Impoundments
                     • Background Document on Bottom Liner Performance
                       in Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments
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 •  Background Document on Proposed Liner and Leak
   Detection Rule
 •  Batch-Type Procedures for Estimating Soil Adsorption
   of Chemicals; Technical Resource Document
 •  Compilation of Current Practices at Land Disposal
   Facilities: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection
   Designs, Action Leakage Rates, Response Action Plans,
   and Management of Liquids in Landfills
 •  Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design
   Criteria (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
 •  Design, Construction, and Evaluation of Clay Liners
   for Waste Management Facilities
 •  Determining the Integrity of Concrete Sumps;
   Technical Guidance Document
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Requests Information
   on Bioreactor landfills and Performance of Alternative
   Liners for Landfills When Leachate is Recirculated
 •  Geosynthetic Clay Liners Used in Municipal Solid
   Waste Landfills
 •  Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum
   Technological Requirements of HSWA of 1984,
   Respecting Liners and Leachate Collection Systems;
   Reauthorization Statutory Interpretation #5D
 •  Guide for Industrial Waste Management
 •  Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
 •  Indexing of Long-Term Effectiveness of Waste
   Containment Systems for a Regulatory Impact
   Analysis
 •  Industrial Waste Management: A Guide to Best
   Practices
 *  Industrial Waste Management  Evaluation Model
   (IWEM) Technical Background Document
 •  Industrial Waste Management  Evaluation Model
   (IWEM) User's Guide
 • Joint NRC/EPA Guidance on a Conceptual Design
   Approach for Commercial Mixed Low-Level
  Radioactive and Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities
 • Landfill and Surface Impoundment Performance
  Evaluation
 • Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model
• Lining of Waste Impoundment and  Disposal Facilities
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner
  Systems for Landfills and Surface Impoundments;
  Design, Construction, and Operation
» Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner
  Systems for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and
  Waste Piles; Design, Construction, and Operation
  (Draft)
 •  Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to
   Determine Required Liner Thickness
 •  RCRA Guidance Document: Landfill Design, Liner
   Systems and Final Cover; Draft
 •  RCRA Guidance Document: Surface Impoundments,
   Liner Systems, Final Cover, and Free Board Control;
   Draft
 •  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
 •  Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical
   Manual
 •  Technical Guidance Document: Fabrication of
   Polyethylene FML Field Seams
 MARKETS	
 •  Background Document for Final Comprehensive
   Procurement Guideline IH and Draft Recovered
   Materials Advisory Notice III
 •  Background Document for Proposed Comprehensive
   Procurement Guideline IV and Draft Recovered
   Materials Advisory Notice IV
 •  Economic Impact Analysis for Final Comprehensive
   Procurement Guideline III
 •  Economic Impact Analysis for Proposed
   Comprehensive Procurement Guideline IV
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Expands
   Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG)
 •  Fourth Year WasteWise Progress Report: Preserving
   Resources, Preventing Waste
 •  How to Start or Expand a Recycling Collection
   Program
 •  Jobs Through Recycling Program
 •  Manufacturing From Recyclables: 24 Case Studies of
   Successful Recycling Enterprises
 •  MarketShare: Tips and Advice from the Jobs through
   Recycling Program
 •  Promoting Source Reduction and Recyclability in the
   Marketplace
 •  Recycling Guide for Native American Nations
 •  Recycling Means Business
 •  Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)
•  Reusable News (Fall 1991)
•  Reusable News (Winter 1992)
•  Reusable News {Fall 1992)
•  Reusable News (Winter/Spring 1993)
•  Reusable News (Winter 1994)
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• Reusable News (Spring 1994)
• Reusable News (Summer 1994)
* Reusable News (Fall 1994)
* Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1995)
• Reusable News Bulletin (November/December 1995)
• Reusable News Bulletin (January/February 1996)
• Reusable News Bulletin (April/May 1996)
• Reusable News Bulletin (June/July 1996)
• Reusable News (Fall 1998)
• Reusable News (Winter 1999)
• 2000 Buy Recycled Series: Construction Products
• 2000 Buy Recycled Series: Landscaping Products
* 2000 Buy Recycled Series: Nonpaper Office Products
• 2000 Buy Recycled Series: Miscellaneous Products
• 2000 Buy Recycled Series: Paper Products
• 2000 Buy Recycled Series: Park and Recreation
  Products
• 2000 Buy Recycled Series: Transportation Products
• 2000 Buy Recycled Series: Vehicular Products
• Waste Prevention, Recycling, and Composting
  Options: Lessons From 30 Communities
* WasteWise Progress Reports
* WasteWi$e: Tip Sheet: Buying or Manufacturing
  Recycled Products
                   * ^Landscaping Products Containing Recovered
                     Materials
                   • Markets for Compost
                   • 2000 Buy Recycled Series: Landscaping Products
                   • Summary of Markets for Compost
                   • Turning Garbage into Gold
                   • Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight Programs


                   MARKETS—CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS
                   • *Construction Products Containing Recovered
                     Materials
                   • 2000 Buy-Recycled Series: Construction Products
                    MARKETS—GLASS
                    •  Markets for Recovered Glass
                    •  Summary of Markets for Recovered Glass

                    MARKETS—MISCELLANEOUS
                    PRODUCTS	
                    •  *Miscellaneous Products Containing Recovered
                      Materials
                    •  2000 Buy Recycled Series: Miscellaneous Products
 MARKETS—ALUMINUM
 • Markets for Recovered Aluminum
 • Summary of Markets for Recovered Aluminum


 MARKETS—BATTERIES	
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Mercury in the Municipal
   Solid Waste (MSW) Stream
 • Implementation of the Mercury-Containing and
   Rechargeable Battery Management Act
 • States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling
 • Used Dry Cell Batteries: Is a Collection Program Right
   for Your Community?


 MARKETS—COMPOST	
 • Composting, Yard Trimmings, and Municipal Solid
   Waste
                    MARKETSHNON-PAPER OFFICE
                    PRODUCTS       	
                    • *Nonpaper Office Products Containing Recovered
                      Materials
                    • 2000 Buy-Recycled Series: Nonpaper Office Products
                    MARKETS—PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS
                    • Background Documentation for Minimum Content
                      Standards
                    • Draft Paper Products RMAN [Recovered Materials
                      Advisory Notice]; Supporting Analyses
                    • Final Paper Products Recovered Materials Advisory
                      Notice (RMAN): Response to Public Comments
                    • *Mills, Converters, and Distributors of Printing and
                      Writing Paper Containing Postconsumer Recovered
                      Fiber
                    • *Mills That Produce Newsprint Containing
                      Postconsumer Recovered Paper
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  *Mills That Produce Tissue Products Containing
  Recovered Paper
  Office Paper Recycling: An Implementation Manual
  Reusable News (Fall 1990)
  Reusable News (Summer 1990)
  Summary of Comments on the Proposed Paper
  Products Recovered Materials Advisory Notice
  (RMAN)
  2000 Buy-Recycled Series: Paper Products
MARKETS—PARK AND RECREATION
PRODUCTS	
• *Park and Recreation Products Containing Recovered
  Materials
• 2000 Buy-Recycled Series: Park and Recreation
  Products
MARKETS—PLASTICS	
• Report to Congress: Recovery and Recycling of
  Plastics From Durable Goods
MARKETS—TRANSPORTATION
PRODUCTS	
• Transportation Products Containing Recovered
  Materials
• 2000 Buy-Recycled Series: Transportation Products
MARKETS—VEHICULAR PRODUCTS
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Purchasing and
  Maintaining Retread Passenger Tires
• How to Set Up a Local Program to Recycle Used Oil
* Markets for Scrap Tires
• Reusable News (Winter 1991)
• Reusable News (Fall 1992)
• State Scrap Tire Programs: A Quick Reference Guide-
  1999 Update
• Summary of Markets for Scrap Tires
• 2000 Buy-Recycled Series: Vehicular Products
• "Vehicular Products Containing Recovered Materials
MEDICAL WASTES
  Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Patient Flyer)
  Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Professional
  Brochure)
  EPA Guide for Infectious Waste Management
  Handle With Care: How to Throw Out Used Insulin
  Syringes and Lancets at Home; A Booklet for Young
  People With Diabetes and their Families
  Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering
  Phase; Final Report
  Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250.14); Identification and
  Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
  Medical Waste Management in the United States: First
  Interim Report to Congress
  Medical Waste Management in the United States:
  Second Interim Report to Congress
  Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988
MERCURY WASTES	
• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential
  for Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed
  Universal Waste Rule
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K071 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Mercury-Containing
  Wastes (D009, K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Toxicity Characteristic
  Metal Wastes D004-D011; Proposed
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Universal Standards;
  Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
  Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for Universal Standards;
  Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms
  of Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash,
  Ash Extracts, and Leachates
* Characterization of Products Containing Mercury in
  Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to
  2000
• Combustion of Hazardous Wastes Containing Arsenic,
  Lead, and Mercury
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  Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA's Comprehensive
  Review of the Treatment Standards for Mercury-
  Bearing Hazardous Waste
  Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Streamlined
  Regulations for Collecting and Managing Universal
  Wastes
  Environmental Fact Sheet; Mercury in the Municipal
  Solid Waste (MSW) Stream
  Environmental Fact Sheet: Revised Technical
  Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
  *Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards for Hazardous
  Air Pollutants for Hazardous Waste Combustors—
  Direct Final Rule, Parallel Proposal, and Proposed
  Rule
  Environmental Fact Sheet: Some Used Lamps Are
  Universal Wastes
  Implementation of the Mercury-Containing and
  Rechargeable Battery Management Act
  Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of July 16,
  1980, Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31 and
  261.32); Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
  Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
  *More Recycling and Reuse Proposed for Electronic
  Wastes and Mercury-Containing Equipment
  Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate, Metals1, and HC1 Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma;
  Draft Test Report
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-1:  BDAT Related Comments; D009:
  Characteristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes
  Containing Mercury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes
  From the Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives;
  D011: Characteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120:
  Vanadium Containing Wastes; and P  and U Wastes
  Containing Thallium
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-L: BDAT Related Comments; K071 and
  K106: Mercury Cell Process Wastes; K086: Residues
  From Ink Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
  Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments
                     • Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
                       Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
                       Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
                       Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                       Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
                       Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
                       Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 6:
                       Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
                       Rule, May 12,1997
                     • Reusable News (Summer 1992)
                     METAL PLATING OPERATIONS WASTES
                     • International Waste Minimization Approaches and
                       Policies to Metal Plating
                     METHYL BROMIDE PRODUCTION WASTES
                     • Background Document for Capacity Analysis for
                       Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris to
                       Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final
                       (Complete Set)
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107,
                       K108, K109, K110, Kill, K112, U328, U353, K117, K118,
                       K136, K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359
                       (Final)
                     • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                       Newly Listed Wastes and Hazardous Debris Proposed
                       Rule; Capacity-Related Comments
                     METHYL ETHYL PYRIDINE PRODUCTION
                     WASTES	
                     • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
                       Background Document for Stripping Still Tails From
                       the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026 (Final)
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• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes
  From the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095, and K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:
  Wastes From the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges
  From the Production of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still
  Tails From the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
  K083: Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
.  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
  Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
MILITARY MUNITIONS      	
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Finalizes Regulations
  Under RCRA for Military Munitions
MINING AND MINERAL PROCESSING
WASTES	
• Abandoned Mine Site Characterization and Cleanup
  Handbook
• Abstracts of Selected Precious Metal Mines' Permits
• Application of Geophysics to Acid Mine Drainage
  Investigations; Volume I: Literature Review and
  Theoretical Background; Volume II: Site Investigations
• Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
  to Contaminated Media: Costs, Cost Savings, and
  Economic Impacts
• Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
  to Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes;
  Regulatory Impact Analysis
• Background Document for Analysis of the Land
  Disposal Restrictions—Phase IV: Underground
  Injection Data and Issues
• Capacity Analysis for Land Disposal
  Restrictions-Phase IV: Newly Identified Toxicity
  Characteristic Metal Wastes and Mineral Processing
  Wastes (Final Rule); Background Document
• Damage Cases and Environmental Releases from
  Mines and Mineral Processing Sites
• Development  of a Solid Sample Analytical Procedure
  for Cyanide in Spent Ore
• Directory of Mine Waste Characterization and
  Drainage Quality Contacts in Western Governors'
  Association Member States
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule to Eliminate
  Mineral Processing Wastes From the Bevill
  Amendment
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule to Identify the
  Status of Twenty Mineral Processing Wastes
  Conditionally Retained Within the Bevill Amendment
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Set for
  Toxicity Characteristic (TC) Metal Wastes, Mineral
  Processing Wastes, and Contaminated Soil
• Geochemical Modeling of Mine Pit Water: An
  Overview and Application of Computer Codes
• Human Health and Environmental Damages from
  Mining and Mineral Processing Wastes; Technical
  Background Document Supporting the Final Rule
  Applying Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions to
  Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes
• Identification and Description of Mineral Processing
  Sectors and Waste Streams; Technical Background
  Document; Final
• Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines (Complete
  Set)
• Innovative Methods of Managing Environmental
  Releases at Mine Sites
• Introduction to Hard Rock Mining: A CD-ROM
  Application
• Location of Mines and Factors Affecting Exposure
• Long Term Dissolution Testing of Mine  Waste
• Long Term Dissolution Testing of Mine  Waste;
  Appendices
• Mining Sites in the National Priorities List; NPL Site
  Summary Reports {Complete Set)
• Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and Fiscal
  Impacts of EPA's Strawman II on State Mine Waste
  Management Programs (Complete Set)
• Publications on Mining Waste Management in Indian
  Country
• Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and Acid-Generating
  Wastes Generated by the Mining and Beneficiatirtg
  Industries, and the Potentials for Contaminant Release
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Report to Congress on Special Wastes From Mineral
  Processing: Summary and Findings; Methods and
  Analyses; Appendices
• Report to Congress: Wastes From the Extraction and
  Beneficiation of Metallic Ores, Phosphate Rock,
  Asbestos, Overburden From Uranium Mining, and Oil
  Shale
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• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions-Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 8:
  Comments Related to Regulatory Impact Analysis for
  Newly Identified Mineral Processing Waste Issues
  Raised in First Supplemental Proposed Rule, January
  25,1996
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions-Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 9:
  Comments Related to Regulatory Impact Analysis for
  Newly Identified Mineral Processing Waste Issues
  Raised in Second Supplemental Proposed Rule, May
  12,1997
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 11:
  Comments Related to Newly Identified Mineral
  Processing Waste Treatment Standards, Grab Versus
  Composite Sampling, Radioactive Mixed TC-Metal
  Wastes, and Sulfide Waste Issues
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 12:
  Comments Related to Capacity Analysis for Newly
 1 Identified  Toxicity Characteristic Metal Wastes and
  Mineral Processing Wastes
                      • Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
                        Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
                        Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
                        Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                        Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
                        Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
                        Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 13:
                        Comments Related to First Supplemental Proposed
                        Rule, January 25,1996: Clarification of Bevill Exclusion
                        for Mining Wastes, Changes to the Definition of Solid
                        Waste for Mineral Processing Wastes, Treatment
                        Standards for Characteristic Mineral Processing
                        Wastes, and Associated Issues
                      • Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
                        Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
                        Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
                        Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
                        Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
                        Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
                        Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 14:
                        Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
                        Rule, May 12,1997; Treatment Standards for Metal
                        Wastes and Mineral Processing Wastes, Mineral
                        Processing and Bevill Exclusion Issues, and the Use of
                        Hazardous Waste as Fill
                      • Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data
                      • Strawman II: Recommendations for a Regulatory
                        Program for Mining Wastes and Materials Under
                        Subtitle D of the Resource Conservation and Recovery
                        Act
                      • Summary and Technical Review of Supporting
                        Literature for the 1985 Report to Congress on Wastes
                        From the Extraction and Beneficiation of Metallic Ores,
                        Phosphate Rock, Asbestos, Overburden From Uranium
                        Mining,  and Oil Shale
                      • Summary of Comments on Mining Waste Report to
                        Congress
                      • Summary of Data Presented in the Background
                        Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
                        Standards: Mineral Mining and Processing Point
                        Source Category
                      • Summary of Data Presented in the Background
                        Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
                        Standards: Ore Mining and Dressing Point Source
                        Category
                      • Technical Document: Acid Mine Drainage Prediction
                      • Technical Document: Background for NEPA
                        Reviewers: Non-Coal Mining Operations
                      • Technical Report: Design and Evaluation of Tailings
                        Dams
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• Technical Report: Treatment of Cyanide Heap Leaches
  and Tailings
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and
  Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals; Volume 1:
  Lead-Zinc
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and
  Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals; Volume 2: Gold
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and
  Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals; Volume 3: Iron
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and
  Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals; Volume 4: Copper
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and
  Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals; Volume 5:
  Uranium
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and
  Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals; Volume 6: Gold
  Placers
* Technical Resource Document: Extraction and
  Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals; Volume 7:
  Phosphate and Molybdenum
• Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste
  Regulatory Determination
• U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Mine Waste
  Policy Dialogue Committee Meeting Summaries and
  Supporting Material
• Water Quality in Open Pit Precious Metal Mines
MODELS AND MODELING	
• Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
  Hydrogeology under RCRA; Appendix D:
  Development of Vulnerability Criteria Based on Risk
  Assessments and Theoretical Modeling
• Cutting Edge Software to Cut Emissions
• Geochemical Modeling of Mine Pit Water: An
  Overview and Application of Computer Codes
• Groundwater Pathway Analysis for Aluminum
  Potliners (K088)
• Guide for Industrial Waste Management
• Guide for Industrial Waste Management (CD-ROM)
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure Model; Description of
  Methodology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E
• Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance
  (HELP) Model; Volume 1: User's Guide for Version 3;
  Volume 2: Engineering Documentation for Version 3
• Industrial Waste Air Model Technical Background
  Document
• Industrial Waste Air Model (IWAIR) User's Guide
• Industrial Waste Management: A Guide to Best
  Practices
• Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
  (IWEM) Technical Background Document
• Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model
  (IWEM) User's Guide
• Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model
• Postclosure Liability Trust Fund Simulation Model;
  Volume I: Model Overview and Results; Volume II:
  Graphs and Tables of Model Results; Volume III:
  Model  Description
• Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to
  Determine Required Liner Thickness
• Screening Level Ecological Risk Assessment Protocol
  for Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities: Peer Draft
  Review (Complete Set)
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE	
• Addendum to the Regulatory Impact Analysis for the
  Final Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Biosolids Generation, Use, and Disposal in the United
  States
• Characterization of Building-Related Construction and
  Demolition Debris in the United States
• Characterization of Municipal Solid Waste in the
  United States, 1960-2000
• Characterization of Products Containing Lead and
  Cadmium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United
  States, 1970 to 2000
• Characterization of Products Containing Mercury in
  Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to
  2000
• Charging Households for Waste Collection and
  Disposal: The Effects of Weight or Volume-Based
  Pricing on Solid Waste Management
• Climate Change and Waste (Kit Folder)
• Collection Efficiency: Strategies for Success
• A Collection of Solid Waste Resources: Fall 2002
  Edition (CD-ROM)
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Updated
  Review of Selected Provisions of Solid Waste
  Regulations
• Cutting-Edge Software to Cut Emissions
• Cutting the Waste Stream in Half: Community Record-
  Setters Show How (Report)
• Cutting the Waste Stream in Half: Community Record-
  Setters Show How (Summary Packet)
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  Decision-Makers' Guide to Solid Waste Management,
  Second Edition
  Environmental Fact Sheet: Mercury in the Municipal
  Solid Waste (MSW) Stream
  Full Cost Accounting for Municipal Solid Waste
  Management: A Handbook
  Full Cost Accounting in Action: Case Studies of Six
  Solid Waste Management Agencies
  Getting More for Less: Improving Collection Efficiency
  Grant Resources for Solid Waste Activities in Indian
  Country
  Is Unit Pricing Right for Your Community?
  Joining Forces on Solid Waste Management:
  Regionalization Is Working in Rural and Small
  Communities
  Making Solid (Waste) Decisions with Full-Cost
  Accounting
  Measuring Recycling: A Guide for State and Local
  Governments
  Measuring Recycling: EPA's Voluntary Standard
  Method (Brochure)
  Moving Targets
  Multifamily Recycling: A Golden Opportunity for
  Solid Waste Reduction
  Multifamily Recycling: A National Study
  Municipal Solid Waste Flow Control: Summary of
  Public Comments
  Municipal Solid Waste in the United States: 2000 Facts
  and Figures
  Municipal Solid Waste Source Reduction: A Snapshot
  of State Initiatives
  National Source Reduction Characterization Report for
  Municipal Solid Waste in the United States
  Native American Network
  Native American Network: A RCRA Information
  Exchange
  Open Dump Cleanup Project Helps Tribes Fight
  Waste
  Partnership in Solid Waste Management
  Pay-As-You-Throw: A Cooling Effect on Climate
  Change
  Pay-As-You-Throw: A Fact Sheet for Elected Officials
  Pay-As-You-Throw: A Fact Sheet for Environmental
  and Civic Groups
  Pay-As-You-Throw: A Fact Sheet for MSW Planners
  Pay-As-You-Throw: A Fact Sheet for State Officials
                       Pay-As-You-Throw: A New Trend in Sustainable Solid
                       Waste Management (Video)
                       Pay-As-You-Throw: Lessons Learned About Unit
                       Pricing
                       Pay-As-You-Throw Products and Tools Order Form
                       Pay-As-You-Throw Success Stories
                       Pay-As-You-Throw: Throw Away Less and Save
                       Pay-As-You-Throw Tool Kit
                       Pay-As-You-Throw Workbook: A Supplement to EPA'S
                       Pay-As-You-Throw Guidebook
                       Pick Up Savings: Adjusting Hauling Services while
                       Reducing Waste (WasteWise Tip Sheet)
                       Planning for Disaster Debris
                       Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis of Lead and
                       Cadmium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
                       Preparing Successful Grant Proposals
                       Publications on Solid Waste Management in Indian
                       Country
                       Questions and Answers About Full Cost Accounting
                       Rate Structure Design: Setting Rates for a Pay-As-You-
                       Throw Program
                       *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
                       Module: Introduction to Municipal Solid Waste
                       Disposal Facility Criteria
                       *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
                       Module: Introduction to RCRA Solid Waste Programs
                       Recycling Works! State and Local Solutions to Solid
                       Waste Management Problems
                       Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for
                       Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
                       Report to Congress: Methods to Manage and Control
                       Plastic Wastes
                       Report to Congress on Flow Control and Municipal
                       Solid Waste
                       Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the
                       United States; Volumes I and II
                       Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
                       Reusable News
                       Reusable News Bulletin
                       Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action;
                       Background Document
                       Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action (Final
                       Report of the Municipal Waste Task Force)
                       Solid Waste Funding: A Guide to Federal Assistance
                       (Brochure)
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  Solid Waste Management: A Local Challenge with
  Global Impacts
  Solid Waste Management and Greenhouse Gases: A
  Life-Cycle Assessment of Emissions and Sinks
  Source Reduction and Your Community: An
  Introduction to EPA's Planning Packet
  Source Reduction Program Potential Manual: A
  Planning Packet (Flyer)
  Source Reduction Program Potential Manual: A
  Planning Packet (Kit)
  Source Reduction Program Potential Manual: A
  Planning Tool
  Training and Technical Assistance Directory for Tribal
  Solid Waste Managers
  Tribal Waste Journal: Against All Odds: Transfer
  Stations Triumph
  Tribal Waste Jpurnal: Respect Our Resources: Prevent
  Illegal Dumping
  Unit Pricing: Providing an Incentive to Reduce
  Municipal Solid Waste
  Variable Rates in Solid Waste: Handbook for Solid
  Waste Officials; Volumes I and II
  WasteWise: Climate Benefits from Reducing Waste
  Waste Transfer Stations: A Manual for Decision-
  Making
  Waste Transfer Stations: Involved Citizens Make the
  Difference
  Will a Source Reduction Program Work in Your
  Community?
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE—COMBUSTION
• Analysis of U.S. Municipal Waste Combustion
  Operating Practices
• Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash,
  Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates From
  MSW Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites
  (Complete Set)
• Decision-Makers' Guide to Solid Waste Management,
  Second Edition
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Determines That Ash
  From Waste-to-Energy Facilities Is Subject to
  Hazardous Waste Regulations Upon Exiting the
  Combustion Building
• Guidance for the Sampling and Analysis of Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash for the Toxicity Characteristic
• Implementation Strategy of U.S. Supreme Court
  Decision in City of Chicago v. EDF for Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash; Memorandum
• Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and Leachate
  Characterization; Monofill Baseline Year; Woodburn
  Monofill; Woodburn, Oregon
• Municipal Waste Combustion Study (Complete Set)
• Planning for Disaster Debris
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
• Reusable News (Spring 1990)
• Reusable News (Fall 1991)
• Reusable News (Summer 1994)
* Revised Implementation Strategy for City of Chicago
  v. EDF Municipal Waste Combustion Ash Supreme
  Court Decision; Memorandum
• Solid Waste Management and Greenhouse Gases: A
  Life-Cycle Assessment of Emissions and Sinks
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE—SITING	
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design
  Criteria (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Location
  Restrictions (Subpart B); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Guide for
  Owners / Operators
• Decision-Makers' Guide to Solid Waste Management,
  Second Edition
• Reusable News (Summer 1990)
• Reusable News (Fall 1990)
• Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The Federal
  Regulations for Landfills
• Sites for Our Solid Waste: A Guidebook for Effective
  Public Involvement
• Site-Specific Flexibility Requests for Municipal Solid
  Waste Landfills in Indian Country; Draft Guidance
• Siting Our Solid Waste: Making Public Involvement
  Work (Brochure)
• Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical
  Manual
• Waste Transfer Stations: A Manual for Decision-
  Making
* Waste Transfer Stations: Involved Citizens Make the
  Difference
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MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE  LANDFILLS
• Addendum to the Regulatory Impact Analysis for the
  Final Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Alternative Daily Cover Materials for Municipal Solid
  Waste Landfills
• Biosolids Generation, Use, and Disposal in the United
  States
• Characterization of Building-Related Construction and
  Demolition Debris in the United States
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates From
  MSW Landfills/  Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites
  (Complete Set)
• Cover Up with Compost
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Case
  Studies on Ground-Water and Surface Water
  Contamination From Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Closure
  and Post-Closure Care and Financial Responsibility
  Requirements (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32);
  Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design
  Criteria (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills:
  Groundwater Monitoring and Corrective Action
  (Subpart E)
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Location
  Restrictions (Subpart B); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Operating
  Criteria (Subpart C); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Summary
  of Data on Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Leachate
  Characteristics
* Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Updated
  Review of Selected Provisions of Solid Waste
  Regulations
• Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Guide for
  Owners/Operators
• Decision-Makers' Guide to Solid Waste Management,
  Second Edition
• Don't Trash It: Super Fun
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Assurance Mechanisms
  Finalized for Landfill Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Flexibility in
  Ground-Water Monitoring for Small Landfills in Dry
  or Remote Areas
                        "Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Rule To
                        Allow States To Issue Research Development and
                        Demonstration Permits For Municipal Solid Waste
                        Landfills
                        Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Requests Information
                        on Bioreactor landfills and Performance of Alternative
                        Liners for Landfills When Leachate is Recirculated
                        Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Cover Requirements
                        for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
                        Environmental Fact Sheet: Procedures for Approving
                        State Subtitle D Landfill Permitting Programs
                        Environmental Fact Sheet: Some Used Lamps Are
                        Universal Wastes
                        Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards Issued for
                        Nonmunicipal Solid Waste Units That Receive CESQG
                        Hazardous Waste
                        Financial Responsibility for Municipal Solid Waste
                        Landfills: An Introduction for Local Governments
                        Geosynthetic Clay Liners Used in Municipal Solid
                        Waste Landfills
                        Landfill Reclamation
                        List of Municipal Waste Landfills
                        National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill
                        Facilities
                        Native American Network (Issue #8) (Fall 1997)
                        Planning for Disaster Debris
                        Preparing No-Migration Demonstrations for
                        Municipal Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Screening
                        Tool
                        *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
                        Module: Introduction to Municipal Solid Waste
                        Disposal Facility Criteria
                        *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
                        Module: Introduction to RCRA Solid Waste Programs
                        *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
                        Module: Introduction to Universal Waste (40 CFR Part
                        273)
                        Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for
                        Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
                        Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
                        Reusable News (Spring 1994)
                        Reusable News (Winter 1996)
                        Reusable News Bulletin (November/December 1995)
                        Reusable News Bulletin (August/September 1996)
                        Reusable News (November/December 1996)
                        "Rules Changed To Help Accelerate Lead-based
                        Paint Removal
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• Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The Federal
  Regulations for Landfills
• Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical
  Manual
• Solid Waste Management: A Local Challenge with
  Global Impacts
• Solid Waste Management and Greenhouse Gases: A
  Life-Cycle Assessment of Emissions and Sinks
• Subtitle D Municipal Landfill Survey Report (1986)
NEWSLETTERS AND JOURNALS
• Native American Network
• Native American Network: A RCRA Information
  Exchange
• RCRA Corrective Action News
• Reusable News
• Tribal Waste Journal
• WasteWise Update
NITROBENZENE PRODUCTION WASTES
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)
  Background Document for Distillation Bottoms From
  the Production of Nitrobenzene by the Nitration of
  Benzene, K025 (Final)
* Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K103 and K104
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes
  From the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095, and K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:
  Wastes From the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges
  From the Production of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still
  Tails From the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
  K083: Distillation Bottoms From the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
  Aliphatic  Hydrocarbons
NICKEL WASTES
• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential
  for Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed
  Universal Waste Rule
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
  Background Document for K061; Addendum (Final)
• Implementation of the Mercury-Containing and
  Rechargeable Battery Management Act
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 2:
  Comments Related to Phase IV Proposed Rule, August
  22,1995
• Response to Comments Document: Land Disposal
  Restrictions—Phase IV: Final Rule Promulgating
  Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
  Processing Wastes; Mineral Processing Secondary
  Materials and Bevill Exclusion Issues; Treatment
  Standards for Hazardous Soils, and Exclusion of
  Recycled Wood Preserving Wastes; Volume 6:
  Comments Related to Second Supplemental Proposed
  Rule, May 12,1997
                                                      NONHAZARDOUS WASTES
  see also INDUSTRIAL WASTES [NON-
         HAZARDOUS]
  see also MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE
• Background Document for the Conditionally Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule Census of
  State and Territorial Subtitle D Non-Hazardous Waste
  Programs
• Census of State and Territorial Subtitle D Non-
  Hazardous Waste Programs
• Characterization of Building-Related Construction and
  Demolition Debris in the United States
• A Collection of Solid Waste Resources: Fall 2002
  Edition (CD-ROM)
• Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
» Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the
  Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator
  (CESQG) Rulemaking
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Delay of Closure Period for
  Hazardous Waste Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel
  Convention Aim to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk,
  and Promote Recycling
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  Environmental Fact Sheet: Standards Issued for
  Nonmunicipal Solid Waste Units That Receive CESQG
  Hazardous Waste
  Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
  Inventory of Open Dumps
  List of Industrial Waste Landfills and Construction
  and Demolition Waste Landfills
  RCRA: Reduciendo el Riesgo de Residue
  *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Municipal Solid Waste
  Disposal Facility Criteria
  *RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to RCRA Solid Waste Programs
  'RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Call Center Training
  Module: Introduction to Solid and Hazardous Waste
  Exclusions (40 CFR Part 261.4)
  Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the
  United States; Volumes I and II
  Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous
  Liquids in Hazardous Waste Landfills; Statutory
  Interpretative Guidance
  Subtitle D Industrial Facility Telephone Survey Report
  (1987)
  Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report
  Technical Resource Document: Design, Construction,
  and Operation of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous
  Waste Surface Impoundments
OIL AND GAS	
  see also HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION-
         LISTING OF USED OIL
  see also MARKETS—USED OIL
  see also PROCUREMENT—VEHICULAR PRODUCTS
  see also SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—USED OIL
• Exemption of Oil and Gas Exploration and Production
  Wastes from Federal Hazardous Waste Regulations
• Proceedings of the First International Symposium on
  Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Waste
  Management Practices, September 10-13,1990, New
  Orleans, Louisiana
• Report to Congress: Management of Wastes From the
  Exploration, Development, and Production of Crude
  Oil, Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy (Complete
  Set)
• Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the
  United States; Volumes I and II
                      •  Report to Congress: Wastes From the Combustion of
                        Fossil Fuels
                      •  Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and
                        Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Field