United States
              Environmental Protection
              Agency
              Solid Waste and
              Emergency Response
              (5305W)
EPA530-B-95-001
September 1995
xvEPA
Catalog of Hazardous
and Solid Waste Publications
Eighth Edition

                                       Printed with soy/canola ink on paper that
                                       contains at least 20% recycled fiber

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   Table of Content*
  Introduction	
  Section 1
  Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
  Section 2
  Alphabetical Listing of Subjects
  Section 3
 Numerical Listing of Publications
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Section 1
Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts

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Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 7 states active in precious metal mining.
(EPA/530-R-92-009)                12/15/91
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 systems rule.
Explains applications of formulas in the original document
to calculate an action leakage rate. Presents additional data
on flow rates achieved at various double-lined facilities. Ref-
erences technical guidance that EPA has issued (since the
three  previous proposals) that contain useful information
relative to various action standards in the final rule.
(EPA-530-R-92-004)                01/15/92
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P&&-128214
                                Order Form: NTIS
 Addendum to the Regulatory Impact
 Analysis for the Final Criteria for
 Municipal Solid Waste Landfills

 Represents EPA's best efforts to quantify costs, economic
 impacts, and benefits of regulatory options relating to Subti-
 tle D criteria for municipal solid waste landfills (MSWLFs).
 (EPA/530-SW-91-073B)             08/15/91

                                Order Form:
                                    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.
                                                                    08/15/90

                                     'Order NumbeY;.ฃPA/$8frSW-9Q~d24 , Order Form:' 0$W
Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;
Part I: ACL Policy avid Information
Requirements

Provides guidance to RCRA facility permit applicants and
writers to  establish  ground-water protection standards by
demonstrating alternate concentration limits (ACL). Explains
19 criteria to evaluate ACL requests.
(EPA/530-SW-87-017)              07/15/87

,-Order Number: "PB&7-2Q6 165     ' Order Form: ~NTtS


Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;
Part II: Based on 264.94(B) Criteria; Case
Studies

Presents examples of information appropriate for ACL dem-
onstrations under 40 CFR Part 264.94(b). Five case studies
serve as models in  implementing Part I of ACL  Guidance
Document.
(EPA/530-SW-87-031)              05/15/88

 Order lumber: PB88-214267  __   Order Form: NTIS


Alternative Daily Cover Materials for
Municipal Solid Waste Landfills

Examines the potentieil of alternative daily cover materials
(ADCMs) as options to the daily soil cover mandated for mu-
nicipal solid waste landfills. Describes functions and types of
ADCMs, describes  regulations pertaining to ADCMs, and
provides references.
(EPA/530-R-92-024)               06/01/92

.Order Numtier: P8Q&20B206    .  Order Form:
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 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 univer-
 sal wastes (e.g., nickel-cadmium and mercuric oxide batter-
 ies,   mercury-containing  thermostats)   under  RCRA.
 Discusses characteristics of universal wastes, cost analysis,
 and potential for reduction in environmental benefits.  Ap-
 pendix lists sources for unit cost estimates.
                                  04/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530-R-94-023   Order Form: OSW
                     Application of Geophysics to Acid Mine
                     Drainage Investigations; Volume II:  Site
                     Investigations

                     Describes file investigations undertaken to evaluate the util-
                     ity of surface geophysical techniques in detecting  and
                     monitoring groundwater pollution from mine waste in the
                     western United States. Discusses results of investigations at
                     Spenceville copper mine, Leviathan sulfur mine, Iron Moun-
                     tain copper mine, and Walker copper mine. Includes maps,
                     charts, and tables.
                     (EPA/530-R-95-013b)                09/15/94
                      Order Number: PB92-191 276
                                 Order Form; NTIS
Analysis of U.S. Municipal Waste
Combustion Operating Practices

Characterizes the municipal waste combustion (MWC) in-
dustry from data gathered through a nationwide survey. The
information collected includes a description of each facility,
characterization of waste received, review of recycling activi-
ties, description of residue generation, and residue handling
and disposal practices.
(EPA/530-SW-89-061)               05/18/89
 Order Number: PB89-220 578
Order Form: NTIS
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 neces-
sary to meet current EPA and OSHA requirements and also
additional recommendations reflecting practices needed to
minimize exposure to asbestos.
                                 05/15/85

 Order Number; EPA/5303W-8SW? Order Form:''OSW,
Application of Geophysics to Acid Mine
Drainage Investigations; Volume I:
Literature Review and Theoretical
Background

Evaluates the utility of geophysical techniques in detecting
and  monitoring  acid mine  drainage contamination from
mine wastes.  Discusses  the geochemistry of acid mine
drainage, the relationship  between ion concentration and
specific conductance, empirical relationships that are avail-
able to predict the resistivity of soil/rock, and formulas for
determining the optimum  line spacing for geophysical sur-
veys and the associated  probabilities.  Includes a review and
summary of literature on geophysical methods that may be
useful in evaluating migration of the  high specific conduc-
tance contaminants in groundwater.
(EPA/530-R-95-013a)               09/15/94
                    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 mismanagement,
                    including events  responsible for contamination  or facility
                    damage, chemicals commonly implicated, and remedial re-
                    sponses. Data collected from a survey of 929 active and in-
                    active disposal sites.
                    (EPA/530-SW-84-002)               04/15/84

                     Order Number: 'PB84-2123S6 '     'Order Form: JV77S
 Order Number: PB95-191 268
Order Form: N f IS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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                                                          Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 land disposal restriction rule for First Third
wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that will require alter-
native treatment or recovery prior to land disposal  under
treatment standards set by rule. Estimates availability of al-
ternative treatment  capacity  to  accommodate diverted
wastes. Reassesses capacity analyses developed for wastes
covered by previous rules.
(EPA/530-SW-88-049)              08/15/88
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 final rule for Second Third wastes scheduled for
restriction from land disposal. Estimates quantities of wastes
requiring alternative treatment and recovery prior to land dis-
posal. Evaluates availability of alternative treatment and re-
covery capacity necessary to manage wastes diverted from
land disposal, taking into account demands  already placed
on capacity by previous land disposal restrictions.
(EPA/530-SW-89-057A)             06/08/89
" Orcfer ''Number; '''PB8&-220 SS2      ~O^erFbrmNTtS-
Background Document for First Third
Wastes to Support 4O CFR 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
First Third Waste Volumes,
Characteristics, and Required and
Availability Treatment Capacity; Part I

Supports final land disposal restriction rule for First Third
wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that will require alter-
native treatment or recovery  prior to land disposal  under
treatment standards set by rule.  Estimates availability of al-
ternative  treatment capacity to accommodate  diverted
wastes. Reassesses capacity analyses developed for wastes
covered by previous rules.
(EPA/530-SW-88-030A)             OS/ 1 5/88
 Background Document for First Third
 Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
 Disposal Restrictions; Proposed  Rule:
 First Third Waste Volumes,
 Characteristics, and Required and
 Availability Treatment Capacity;  Part II

 Supports proposed  standards affecting land disposal of
 First Third wastes and solvent wastes, First Third wastes as
 previously  proposed, California list halogenated organic
 compound wastes,  and  waste contaminated  soils.  Dis-
 cusses required and available alternative treatment and re-
 covery capacity for wastes.  Data obtained  from results of
 National Survey of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
 Disposal, and Recycling Facilities.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-030)              05/15/88

 itiMr Humbert PB88-21&368. Jฐ   ' Qrdfy Form: "
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Background Document for Second Third
Wastes to Support 4O 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.
(EPA/530-SW-89-057B)             06/08/89
 Otter Number. PBBS&SQSeb  '     Order Form: NTIS*
Background Document for Second Third
Wastes to Support 4O CFR 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Second Third Waste Volumes,
Characteristics, and Required and
Availability Treatment Capacity
Supports proposed rule for Second Third wastes scheduled
for restriction from land disposal. Estimates the quantities of
wastes requiring alternative treatment and recovery prior to
land  disposal.  Evaluates  the  availability  of  alternative
treatment and recovery capacity necessary to manage
wastes diverted from land disposal, taking into account de-
mands already placed on capacity by previous land disposal
restrictions.
(EPA/530-SW-89-034)               12/15/88
 Order Number: PB8&-179 535 ฐ
NTl$"
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Background Document for Solvents to
 Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal
 Restrictions; Volume I

 Supports technology-based treatment standard to restrict
 solvent wastes from land  disposal,  abandoning the pro-
 posed screening level and liner protection threshold ap-
 proach. Treatment standards based on performance using
 best demonstrated available technologies. Technologies dis-
 cussed briefly with emphasis on solvent treatment and recy-
 cling applicability. Provides F001-F005 for physical and
 chemical solvent properties and toxicity of listed solvents.
 (EPA/53f>SW-86-060)              11/15/86

  Order Number: PB87-146 361/AS    Order Form: NTIS


 Background Document for Solvents to
 Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal
 Restrictions; Volume II

 Supports technology-based treatment standard to restrict
 solvent wastes from  land  disposal, abandoning the pro-
 posed screening level and liner  protection  threshold ap-
 proach. Treatment standards are based on performance
 that can be achieved using best demonstrated available
 technologies. Technologies discussed briefly with emphasis
 on  solvent treatment and recycling applicability. Provides
 F001-F005 solvent  physical and chemical properties and
 toxicity of listed solvents.
 (EPA/530-SW-86-061)               11/15/86
i Order Number: PB87-146379
Order Form: NTIS
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 land disposal restrictions. Evaluates re-
quired treatment and  recycling capacity and identifies un-
used  capacity of alternative treatment  and  recycling
technologies for solvent wastes.
(EPA/53f>SW-88-013)              11/15/86

 Order Number: PB87-163481/AS   Order Form: NTIS
                    Background Document for the
                    Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity
                    Generator (CESQG) Rule

                    Presents information in support of EPA's proposed rulemak-
                    ing for nonmunicipal solid waste disposal facilities that re-
                    ceive CESQG hazardous wastes. Provides background on
                    the current solid waste controls under  RCRA and summa-
                    rizes the proposed regulation.  Describes CESQG waste, in-
                    dustrial facilities that  may receive CESQG  waste, and
                    existing state programs related to CESQG waste.
                    (EPA/530-R-95-021)                 05/15/95
                     Order Number: PB9S-208930
Order Form: NTIS
                    Background Document for the
                    Groundwater Screening Procedure to
                    Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal
                    Restrictions

                    Presents groundwater screening component of EPA's ap-
                    proach to evaluate the need to ban or further restrict haz-
                    ardous wastes from land disposal. Establishes acceptable
                    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 infiltration.
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-047)               01/15/86
                     Order Number. PB87-101 606
Order Form: NTIS
                    Background Document for the Liquid
                    Release Test; Single Laboratory
                    Evaluation and 1988 Collaborative Study

                    Describes single laboratory evaluation and study conducted
                    to evaluate performance of LRT protocol. Laboratory test
                    method designed to determine whether or not liquid will be
                    released from sorbents when subjected to vertical loads, as
                    would be experienced by materials buried in landfills.
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-079)               09/18/91

                    Order Number:' PB92-183 201       Order Form; NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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                                                      Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 final rule under Section 3004(m) of RCRA. Four
volumes in complete set.
(EPA/530-SW-90-062)              05/08/90
 Order'Number: PB90-234 675 '   .  Order Pom: N?IS,


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. Pre-
sents estimates of waste requiring alternative treatment and
recovery before land disposal. Estimates wastes restricted
from land disposal.
(EPA/530-SW-90-062A)            05/08/90
 OrderNumber:'PB90-2.34 683    ,  'Order Form: NtlS

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.
(EPA/530-SW-90-062B)            05/08/90
  Order Number: PB90-234&91
Order Form:" NTtS
                 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 detailed discussion of methodology and rationale
                 for capacity analyses supporting final rule. Gives analytical
                 methodology used to determine demand for alternative
                 treatment capacity required for wastes affected by the Third
                 Third final rule.
                 (EPA/530-SW-90-062C)            05/08/90
                 ""Order frumb&f; PB90-234 709 .  '.   Order Form: NTIS

                 Background Document for Third Third
                 Wastes to Support 4O 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.
                 (EPA/530-SW-90-062D)             05/08/90
                  ; Order Number: PB9&234 717\
                              Order Form: NTIS
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes,
Characteristics, and Required and
Available Treatment Capacity (Complete
Set)               	
Supports proposed rule for Third Third wastes scheduled
for restriction from land disposal under  Section 3004(m)
RCRA, amended by HSWA of 1984. Three volumes in com-
plete set.
(EPA/530-SW-90-033)              11/15/89
                                                  Order Number: PBQ&187 113
                                                Order Form: NTtS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering information and Forms.

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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Background Document for Third Third
 Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
 Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
 Third Third Waste Volumes,
 Characteristics, and Required and
 Available Treatment Capacity; Volume I:
 Executive Summary, Chapter 1, Chapter 2

 Supports proposed rule for Third Third wastes scheduled
 for restriction from land disposal under Section 3004(m)
 RCRA, amended by HSWA of 1984. Presents estimates of
 wastes that require alternative treatment and recovery prior
 to land  disposal and estimates of alternative treatment/re-
 covery capacity available to manage wastes restricted from
 land disposal.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-033A)             11/15/89

 Border Number PB90-187121       Order Form: NTIS-


 Background Document for Third Third
 Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
 Disposal Restrictions;  Proposed Rule:
 Third Third Waste Volumes,
 Characteristics, and Required and
 Available Treatment Capacity; Volume II:
 Chapter 3

 Presents results of required capacity analyses for each alter-
 native technology on a waste code-specific basis.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-033B)             11/15/89
 Order Number. PB90-187 139
Order Form:
 Background Document for Third Third
 Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
 Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
 Third Third Waste Volumes,
 Characteristics, and Required and
 Available Treatment Capacity; Volume III:
 Chapter 4, Appendices

 Contains detailed discussion of methodology and rationale
 for capacity analyses supporting proposed rule. Relevant
 addenda included in appendices.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-033C)             11/15/89
 Background Document on Bottom Liner
 Performance in Double-Lined Landfills and
 Surface Impoundments

 Compares performance of compacted soil and composite
 bottom liners. Also compares the capabilities of these liners
 to satisfy the statutory goals of RCRA, which are (1) to pre-
 vent migration of hazardous constituents from hazardous
 waste management units, and (2) to detect leakage through
 top liner at earliest practicable time.  Quantifies perform-
 ance differences.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-013)               04/15/87

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 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: (1)
 leak detection  system  requirements; (2) extension of dou-
 ble-liner system requirements to waste piles, significant un-
 used portions,  and certain other units; and (3) construction
 quality assurance program requirements.
 (EPA/530SW-87-015)              05/15/87

 , Order Number; PB87-WiS^3 " ' '/"'ofd&formi NTIS-


 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 ex-
tent of air or water contamination by individual chemicals.
Assesses available test methodologies to identify those suit-
able 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 hu-
man exposure media. Identifies minimally acceptable proto-
col for conducting toxicity test.
(EPA/530-SW-86-048)              12/20/85

 Order Number, PB87-iQ7'l73/A^    Orderfgrm: NTts"
 Order Number: PB90-187 147
Order Form: NTIS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Background Documentation for Minimum
Content Standards _

Contains the proposed set of recommended minimum con-
tent standards as guidelines for Federal procurement of pa-
per and paper products containing recovered material.
Content standards are displayed in summary  form. Five
categories are  included: newsprint, bleached printing and
writing papers, tissue products, unbleached packaging, and
recycled paperboard.
(EPA/530-SW-88-046)              03/06/87

%)Kter Number: PB8B-242062  "  ""OttfefFom: NT}3
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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 evaluates
alternatives for regulating burning of hazardous waste  in
boilers and industrial furnaces. Three volumes contained in
set.
(EPA/530-SW-87-014)              01/15/87
 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 the results of research that develops and evaluates
 alternatives for regulating burning of hazardous waste in
 boilers and industrial furnaces. This volume contains infor-
 mation  on industrial boilers related to  hazardous waste
 burning.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-014A)             01/15/87

                             ฐ'" :"brderFom: '
 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 the results of research that develops and evaluates
 alternatives for regulating burning  of hazardous waste in
 boilers and industrial furnaces. This volume addresses the
 practice of burning hazardous waste in industrial furnaces.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-014B)             01/15/87
Background Information Document for the
Development of Regulations to Control the
Burning of Hazardous Wastes in Boilers
and Industrial Furnaces; Volume III: Risk
Assessment

Presents the results of research that develops and evaluates
alternatives for regulating  burning  of hazardous waste in
boilers and industrial furnaces. This volume assesses the
risk associated with burning hazardous waste in industrial
boilers and furnaces.
(EPA/530-SW-87-014C)             01/15/87

' djctor Numtier; PBB7-173 845     _ _ prefer Form-, A/775'


Batch-Type Procedures for Estimating Soil
Adsorption of Chemicals; Technical
Resource Document

Describes laboratory batch procedures for assessing the ca-
pacity of soils and soil components of liners for waste man-
agement facilities to attenuate chemical constituents from
solution. Documents procedures for organic and inorganic
constituents, and scientific basis and  rationale. Examples
demonstrate application of procedures and use of data in
designing soil liners for pollutant retention.
(EPA/530-SW-87-006F)             04/15/92

; Order Dumber, PB9S-W8 5 J5   _ Y Order Form: NTIS


Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document
(Addendum) for All  Nonwastewater Forms
of KO61 and Alternative BDAT Treatment
Standards for F006 and K062
Nonwastewaters (Final)	.

 Presents Agency rationale and technical support for remov-
 ing the existing subcategories for K061  nonwastewaters (i.e.,
 low zinc and high zinc) and establishing one set of stand-
 ards that will apply to  all nonwastewater forms of K061.  Ex-
 plains EPA's  decision to establish alternative treatment
 standards, based on a transfer of high temperature metals
 recovery (HTMR) treatment performance, for F006 and
 K062 nonwastewaters.
 (EPA/530-R-95-028)               07/15/92

  Qrdet:'Number: 'PB$&~23Q8&4> ' "' Order. Form;'MTISf,
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for Barium
 Wastes D005 and P013  (Final)

 Presents Agency technical support and rationale for devel-
 oping regulatory standards  for barium-containing wastes.
 Presents waste-specific information for D005 wastes: indus-
 tries  affected, treatment  technologies, available perform-
 ance data, analyses of performance data to determine
 BOAT, and  determination  of  proposed treatment standards
 for barium.  Discusses P013, barium cyanide, and details the
 development of treatment standard for wastes.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-059T)             05/08/90

  Order Number: PB90-234 204       Order Form: NTIS \


 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for
 Characteristic Ignhtable Wastes (D001),
 Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002),
 Characteristic Reactive Wastes (D003),
 and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
 Listing Constituents  (Final)

 Presents Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
 oping treatment standards for D001, D002, D003, and P and
 U wastes containing reactive  constituents that are listed un-
 der RCRA.  Describes industries affected by land disposal
 restrictions for specific characteristic wastes.  Discusses ap-
 plicable technologies used to  treat waste.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-059B)              05/08/90

 Order Number: PB90-234022       Order Form: NTIS


 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for
 Chlorinated Toluene Wastes: K149, K150,
 and K151 (Final)	

 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
 oping BDAT treatment standards for wastes generated dur-
 ing the production of chlorinated toluenes. Includes waste
 characterization data.    Discusses treatment technologies
 designated  as  applicable and demonstrated  for  these
 wastes. Examines potential reuse  and recycling, source re-
duction, pollution prevention,  and  waste minimization alter-
 natives for the wastes.
(EPA/530-R-95-034)                07/15/94
                     Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                     (BDAT) Background Document for
                     Chromium Wastes D007 and U032  (Final)

                     Presents Agency 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 per-
                     formance data for treating wastes, including analyses of per-
                     formance data to determine BDAT. Discusses associated
                     chromium-containing U-code waste and details the develop-
                     ment of treatment standards.
                     (EPA/530-SW-90-059V)              05/08/90

                     Order Number: PB90-284 220   ,   Order Form: NTIS '


                     Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                     (BDAT) Background Document for Coking
                     Wastes; K141-145, K147, and K148 (Final)

                     Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
                     oping BDAT treatment standards for wastes generated dur-
                     ing  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 dem-
                     onstrated for these wastes.  Examines potential reuse and
                     recycling, source reduction, pollution prevention, and waste
                     minimization alternatives for the wastes.
                     (EPA/530-R-95-026)                07/15/94
                     Order Number: PB96-23Q868
Order Form: NTIS
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Document for Cyanide
                    Wastes (F006, F007-F012, F019, and
                    Various P and U Codes)  (Final)

                    Provfdes Agency 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.
                    (EPA/530-SW-89-048K)              06/15/89

                    Order Number: PB89-221 485       Order Form: NTfS
 Order Number PB95-230942
Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 2

Presents Agency rationale for revising treatment standards
for methylene chloride in F001-F005 wastewaters from the
Pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See also EPA/530-
SW-88-031 R, Amendment to  BDAT  document  for F001-
F005 spent solvents.
(EPA/530-SW-86-056B)             11/15/86
_.„
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 3

Presents Agency rationale for revising treatment  standards
for methylene chloride in F001-F005 wastewaters from the
Pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See also EPA/530-
SW-88-031 R, Amendment to  BDAT document  for F001-
F005 spent solvents.
(EPA/530-SW-86-056C)             11/15/86
   ter Number: PB87-120283
                               Order Form;
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
F001-FOO5 Spent Solvents; Amendment to
Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)

Presents new data received by EPA and provides Agency ra-
tionale for revising treatment standards for methylene chlo-
ride  in  F001-F005  wastewaters  from  pharmaceutical
manufacturing industries. Revised  EPA treatment standard
for methylene chloride is 0.44 ppm versus previous 12.7
ppm.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031R)             08/15/88
iOfCter Number: PB89-142525
                              Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Complete Set)

Presents Agency rationale for revising treatment standards
for methylene chloride in F001-F005 wastewaters from
the  Pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See  also
EPA/530-SW-88-031 R, Amendment to BDAT document for
F001-F005 spent solvents. Complete set does not include
revisions or amendment volumes.
(EPA/530-SW-86-056)              11/15/86
                                                  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).
                                                  (EPA/530-SW-90-059P)            05/08/90
                                                  oftier Number: PB9&34 162,.
                                                                                Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for F006
(Final)

Gives Agency rationale and technical support for selecting
constituents to be regulated in F006 waste and for develop-
ing treatment standards for regulated constituents. Docu-
ment  provides  waste  characterization  and treatment
information to serve in determining whether variances may
be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031L)             08/08/88

 Order Number. PB89-14J3 467       Order Form; NTIS"


Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for FO06;
Addendum (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for F006 wastewaters. Discusses
F006 wastes, their generation, and industries affected by
land disposal restrictions.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059M)             05/08/90
                                                  Order Number: PB9&234139
                               Order Form: NTIS
                                                 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                                                 (BDAT) Background Document for
                                                 Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene
                                                 Wastes (KO32-KO34, K041, K042, K085,
                                                 K097, K098, K105, and D012-D017)  (Final)

                                                 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
                                                 oping treatment standards for halogenated pesticide  and
                                                 chlorobenzene  wastes. Describes  processes  generating
                                                 wastes and waste characterization data.
                                                 (EPA/530-SW-90-060P)             05/08/90
                                                 ' Order Number, PB90-234 436
                              Order Form: NTt$
    'er Number: PB87-120259
                              Order Form: NTIS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                            Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for
Inorganic Pigment Wastes, K002-K008
(Final)	 	

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for inorganic  pigment wastes.
Gives waste-specific information  for K002-K008 wastes,
specifying number and location of facilities affected by land
disposal restrictions. Discusses technologies used to treat
waste.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059Y)             05/08/90

 'OrderNumber: PB9&2342.5S   '  . OrderFomt'NTtS


Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document  for K001
(Final)	 	

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing nonwastewater forms for K001 as identi-
fied in  40 CFR 261.32. Presents waste-specific information,
treatment technologies, and  performance data. Explains
EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031O)              08/15/88

'Order Number PB8&U2 49l'   ~" Order 'Form:  NTIS'


Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for KO01
(Addendum) and UO51 (Creosote)  (Final)

 Provides Agency  rationale and technical support for revi-
 sions to numerical treatment standards  for K001  wastes.
 Presents treatment standards for U051 (creosote). Adden-
 dum to supporting BDAT background document for K001
 wastewaters and  nonwastewaters by providing corrections
 to original K001 treatment standards and performance data.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-059C)             05/08/90
 \grder Nur/iber: PB9&234 03&
Order Form: NT1S'
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Backgrouind Document for K009
                   and K010 (Final)   J	

                   Gives Agency technical support for selecting and develop-
                   ing treatment standards only for chloroform  for K009-K010
                   wastes. Sections 2 through 7 present waste-specific informa-
                   tion,  applicable  and demonstrated technologies, available
                   performance data, EPA determination of BDAT, selec-
                   tion of regulated constituent, and determination of treatment
                   standards.
                   (EPA/530-SW-89-048I)              06/15/89

                   ,Orcter Number; PB89-221469     _ Order Form: NTfS


                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for K011,
                   K013, and KO14 |[Firial)	

                   Presents Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
                   oping treatment standards for constituents regulated  in
                   acrylonitrile nonwastewaters. Contains information relevant
                   to acrylonitrile wastewaters. Presents waste-specific informa-
                   tion, waste treatment technologies, available performance
                   data, EPA determination of BDAT, selection  of constituents
                   to be regulated, and treatment standards.
                   (EPA/530-SW-89-048J)             06/15/89
                    Order Number: PB89-2214 77
                                Order Form: NTfS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for KO11,
KO13, and KO14; Addendum for
Acrylonitrile Wastes  (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for K011, K013, and K014.  Also
provides the rationale for technologies evaluated in the de-
termination  of  BDAT  for  K011/K013/K014  wastewaters.
Agency regulates five BDATs as are regulated in nonwaste-
waters: acetonitrile, acrylonitrile, acrylamide, benzene, and
cyanide. Standards are based on the treatment perform-
ance  of wet air oxidation.  Table 1-1  presents treatment
standards for K011/K013/K014 wastewaters.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059O)             05/08/90

 Order NumJber: PBSO-234 154       Order Form: NTIS
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
  (BDAT) Background Document for KO15
  (Final)

  Provides Agency 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 charac-
  terization data to serve as the basis for determining whether
  variances may be warranted.
  (EPA/530-SW-88-031A)              08/08/88

  Order Number: PB89-142350       Order Form: NTIS


  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
  (BDAT) Background Document for K015;
 Addendum  (Final)

 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
 ing constituents to be regulated for K015 nonwastewaters,
 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.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-059D)              05/08/90

  Order Number: PB90-234 048       Order Form: NTIS:


 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for KO16,
 KO18, K019, KO20, and KO3O (Final)

 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
 ing constituents to be regulated for K016, K018-K020, and
 K030 wastes. Also provides support for developing treat-
 ment standards for regulated wastes'  constituents. Gives
 waste characterization information to serve in determining
 whether variance is warranted for particular wastes.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-031 B)              08/15/88

  Order Number: PB89-142 368       Order Form: NTIS
                     Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                     (BDAT) Background Document for K022
                     (Non-CBI Version)  (Final)

                     Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                     ing and developing treatment standards for nonwastewater
                     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.
                     (EPA/530-SW-88-031Q)             08/15/88

                      Order Number: PB89-142517       Otter Form:  NTIS
                            /   " /•          -


                     Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                     (BDAT) Background Document for K022;
                     Amendment (Final)

                     Presents Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                     ing constituents for regulation in wastewater forms of KO22.
                     Discusses the technologies used to treat waste  and the
                     treatment standards.
                     (EPA/530-SW-90-060I)               05/08/90

                     ' Order Number: P&90-234 860       Order Form: A/f/S
                       '        - '  J f>     * •>     •*•*•> •* ,'       f.

                     Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                     (BDAT) Background Document for KO24
                     (Final)

                     Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                     ing constituents to be regulated in K024 waste. Also pro-
                     vides  rationale  for developing treatment standards for
                     regulated constituents. Provides waste characterization and
                     treatment information that serves as a basis for determining
                     whether variances may be warranted.
                     (EPA/530-SW-88-031H)             08/15/88
                     Order Numb&r: PB89-142 426"
Order Form: NTtS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K021
(Final)

Provides Agency technical support and rationale for select-
ing and developing treatment standards for constituents to
be regulated for K021 waste (aqueous spent antimony cata-
lyst waste from fluoromethanes production). Discusses tech-
nologies used to treat waste and the treatment standards.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059F)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234 063
Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                           Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for KO31,
K084, K101, K102, Characteristic Arsenic
Wastes (D004), Characteristic Selenium
Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes
Containing Arsenic and Selenium Listing
Constituents (Final) _ __

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
oping regulatory standards for certain wastes containing ar-
senic and selenium.  Presents data regarding industries
affected  by land disposal restriction, brief descriptions of
waste-generating processes,  and  waste  characterization
data. Discusses the technologies used  to treat wastes and
the treatment standards.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059A)              05/08/90

                                 Order Forrf): ~NTIS~~
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for K037
 (Final)          _

 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
 ing and developing treatment standards for K037 waste as
 identified in 40 CFR 261.32. Presents waste-specific informa-
 tion, treatment technologies, and performance data. Ex-
 plains EPA's BDAT determination.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-031I)              08/15/88

 l$r$efNufntxirfPB89-f42484   " "  Order Form: NTIS


 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for K037;
 Amendment  (Final) _ _

 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for revising
 BDAT for regulated constituents in K037 wastewaters and
 for  developing treatment standards  for constituents. In-
 cludes performance data for wastewater constituents para-
 thion and toluene.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-060O)             05/08/90

               PB&Q-234 428 [      Order Form: NTI$
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K043
(Final)	

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing proposed treatment standards for K043
as identified  in 40 CFR 261.32.  Presents waste-specific
information,  discusses technologies  used to treat
waste, and gives performance data. Explains EPA's BDAT
determination.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048L)             06/15/89
 Order Number: P&89-221493
Order Form: NTiS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K046
Nonreactive Subcategory  (Final)	

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be? regulated in K046 waste and for de-
veloping  treatment  standard  for regulated  constituents.
Gives waste characterization information that serves as a ba-
sis for determining whether variances may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031J)              08/15/88
  QKler Number: PBB9-142 442
Order Form,' NTIS
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for KO46;
 Addendum (Final)	

 Provides Agency technical support and rationale for develop-
 ing regulatory standards for K046 wastes. Discusses waste
 generation and industries affected by land disposal restrictions,
 plus technologies to treat waste and treatment standards. Iden-
 tifies  applicable treatment technologies.  Includes perform-
 ance data on untreated/treated waste concentrations for
 various constituents and waste characteristics that affect
 performance of treatment technology. Appendix shows de-
 termination of nonreactive/reactive forms of K046.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-059J)             05/08/90
 : Order Number; PB90-234 105
 Order Form: NTtS
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
  (BOAT) Background Document for K048,
  K049, K050, K051, and K052 (Final)

  Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
  ing constituents regulated in K048-K052 wastes and for de-
  veloping  treatment  standards  for constituents.  Provides
  waste characterization information for determining whether
  variances may be warranted for particular wastes. Explains
  ERA'S determination of BOAT, selection of constituents to be
  regulated, and the calculation of treatment standards.
  (EPA/530-SW-88-031C)              08/15/88

  Order Number: PB89-142376       Order Form:  NTtS'


 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for K048,
 K049, K050, K051, and KO52; Amendment
 (Final)	

 Presents K048-K052 solvent extraction  and  incineration
 scrubber water data  used to develop treatment standards
 for nonwastewaters.  Presents K048  incinerator scrubber
 water data used to develop treatment standards for cyanide
 in wastewaters.  Provides Agency rationale and technical
 support for developing, adding, and deleting various treat-
 ment standards for K048-K052. Also provides rationale and
 support for selecting cyanide as a regulated constituent and
 developing treatment standards for cyanide in wastewater
 forms of K048-K052.
 (EPA/53(^SW-90-060R)              05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234451
Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K060
(Final)      	

Provides Agency technical support and rationale for select-
ing and developing proposed treatment standards for con-
stituents to be regulated in K060 waste. Explains how EPA
determines BDAT, selects constituents for regulation, and
calculates treatment standards. Sections 2 through 7 de-
scribe waste-specific information and the technologies used
to treat waste.
(EPA/53CXSW-90-059H)              05/08/90

 Order Number: PB90-234089       Order Form: NTIS
  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
  (BDAT) Background Document for K061
  (Final)	

  Provides Agency rationale and technical support for selecting
  constituents to be regulated in K061 waste and for developing
  treatment standards for regulated constituents. Provides waste
  characterization and treatment information that serves as a ba-
  sis for determining whether variances may be warranted.
  (EPA/530-SW-88-031D)              08/15/88

  Order Number: 'PB89-142 384       Order Form: NTIS


  Best Demonstrated Available Technology
  (BDAT) Background Document for KO61;
  Addendum (Final)

  Presents technical support and rationale for promulgation of
 treatment standards for K061 wastewaters. Issued as an ad-
  dendum to  the August 1988 background document for
  K061.  Promulgates standards for four BDAT metal constitu-
 ents (cadmium, chromium, lead, and nickel) regulated in
 K061 nonwastewaters. Treatment standards for K061 waste-
 waters are included.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-059I)              05/08/90

  Order Number: PB90-234Q97      Order Form: NTIS


 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for KO62
 (Final)

 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
 ing and developing treatment standards for K062 wastes as
 identified in 40 CFR 261.32. Presents waste-specific informa-
 tion, technologies used to treat waste, and performance
 data. Explains EPA's BDAT determination.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-031E)              08/15/88

  Order Number: PB89J42392      'Order Form:  NTIS


 Best  Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for K071
 (Final)

 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
 ing constituents to be regulated in K071 waste and for devel-
oping   treatment standards  for  regulated  constituents.
 Provides waste characterization and treatment information
for determining whether variance may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031F)             08/08/88

 Order Number: PB89-142400       Order Form: NTtS
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                                                            Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for K073
(Final)

Provides Agency 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 BOAT.  Selection of con-
stituents to be regulated is discussed in  Section 6. Treat-
ment standards are determined in Section 7.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059E)             05/08/90

        mber. ]PB&&2S4 055 '"    ~ Order Forma ,NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K086
Solvent Wash (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing 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.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031N)             08/15/88
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for KO86
(Ink Formulation Equipment Cleaning
Wastes); Addendum (Final)

Provides Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for constituents to be regulated
in K086 waste.  Such constituents are defined as solvents,
caustic, or water washes and sludges from  cleaning tubs,
equipment used in the formulation of ink from pigments or
driers, as well as soaps and stabilizers containing chromium
and lead. Additional data were  obtained by the Agency
about caustic washes and sludges. Solvent wash sludges
also are presented.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059G)             05/08/90

                             '  ,'Ortf'er Farm: NTIS
 "Order Number:' 'PB9Q-234 071 ,
                                                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                                                    (BDAT) Background Document for K087
                                                    (Final)

                                                    Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                                                    ing constituents to be regulated in K087 wastes and also for
                                                    developing treatment standards for regulated constituents.
                                                    Provides waste characterization information for determining
                                                    whether variances may be warranted.
                                                    (EPA/530-SW-88-031M)             08/08/88
                                                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                                                    (BDAT) Background Document for K099
                                                    (Final)

                                                    Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                                                    ing constituents to be regulated in K099 waste as well as for
                                                    developing treatment standards for regulated constituents.
                                                    Provides  waste  characterization   data for determining
                                                    whether treatment variances may be warranted.
                                                    (EPA/530-SW-88-031S)             08/15/88

                                                                                             * NTI$~
                                                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                                                    (BDAT) Background Document for K1O1
                                                    and K102 Low Arsenic Subcategory (Final)

                                                    Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                                                    ing constituents to be regulated in K101-K102 wastes and
                                                    also for developing treatment standards for regulated con-
                                                    stituents. Provides waste characterization information for de-
                                                    termining whether variances may be granted.
                                                    (EPA/530-SW-88-031K)             08/15/88

                                                                                    OrderForm: NTIS,
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K103
andK104 (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K103-K104 wastes and
also for developing treatment standards for regulated con-
stituents. Provides waste characterization and treatment in-
formation  that  determine  whether  variances  may  be
warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031G)             08/15/88

            r; "pBBi-1424-lB   ' ''' Order Form:' "  '
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Form*.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for
Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009, K106,
P065, P092, and U151) (Final)

Presents Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
oping regulatory treatment standards for mercury-contain-
ing  wastes coded D009, K106,  P065, P092, and U151.
Section 2 describes industries affected and Section 3 speci-
fies applicable and demonstrated treatment technologies.
Section 4  contains performance data and Section 5 ana-
lyzes performance data to determine BOAT for each waste.
Section 6  presents rationale for selection of regulated con-
stituents.  BOAT treatment standards and calculation are
presented  in Section 7.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059Q)             05/08/90
vOrder Number: PB90-234 170
Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Newly
Listed Refinery Wastes: FO37 and FO38
(Final)

Provides Agency 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 characterization
data.  Discusses applicable and demonstrated treatment
technologies.
(EPA/530-R-95-024)                06/30/92
                   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 Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
                   oping BDAT treatment standards for both nonwastewater
                   and wastewater forms of the organic toxicity characteristic
                   (TC)  wastes (D018-D043).  Provides  revisions to the non-
                   wastewater BDAT treatment standard for D015 and treat-
                   ment  standards for newly identified D012-D017  wastes
                   identified as hazardous by the toxicity characteristic leach-
                   ing procedure (TCLP) but not by the extraction procedure
                   (EP).
                   (EPA/530-R-95-031)                07/15/94
                                                    Order Number: PB95-23Q 918
                                                   OrderFofm; NTIS
                   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 incinera-
                   tion as the best available technology, and gives EPA's ration-
                   ale for transferring treatment data for incineration of K037 to
                   K036 nonwastewater streams.
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-060N)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB95-230843
Order Form: NTtS
                                                    Order Number; PB90-2344W
                                                   Order Form; NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Newly
Listed Wastes: K107, K108, K109, K110,
K111, K112, U328, U353, K117, K118, K136,
K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132,
U359 (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
oping BDAT treatment standards for 1,1-Dimethylhydrazine
(UDMH) production wastes; dinitrotoluene (DNT) and tolue-
nediamine  (TDA) production wastes;  ethylene dibromide
(EDB)  production wastes; ethylenebisdithiocarbamic  acid
(EBDC) production wastes; methyl bromide production
wastes, and 2-Ethoxyethanol waste.  Includes waste charac-
terization data.  Discusses applicable and demonstrated
treatment technologies.
(EPA/530-R-95-025)                06/30/92
 Order Number: PB95-230850
Order Form: NTIS
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for
                   Organophosphorus Wastes, KO38-KO4O,
                   and Various P and U Codes (Final)

                   Provides Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
                   oping treatment standards for constituents to be regulated
                   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 Sec-
                   tion 7 contains treatment standards.
                   (EPA/530-SW-89-048G)              06/15/89
                   - Order Number; PB89-221 444
Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                           Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 land  disposal  restrictions,  waste-generating
processes, and waste characterization data. Discusses tech-
nologies used to treat waste and provides available perform-
ance data, including data on which treatment standards are
based. Explains EPA's BOAT determination.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059R)             05/08/90
 Order Number; PB9O234 188
Order Form:  NTiS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Phthalate Wastes, K023, KO93, K094, and
Various P and U Codes (Final)

Provides Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards  for constituents  regulated in
phthalate wastes as identified in 40 CFR 261.32 - 261.33.
Presents waste-specific  data,  technologies used to treat
wastes, and available performance data. Explains EPA's
BDAT determination.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048H)             06/15/89
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Silver-Containing Wastes D011, P099,
P104 (Final)

Determines that  D011  wastes represent one treatability
group for nonwastewaters and another treatability group for
wastewaters based on  physical  and chemical  charac-
teristics. EPA examines sources of wastes, specific similari-
ties in waste composition, applicable and  demonstrated
treatment technologies,  and attainable treatment  perform-
ance standards to support a simplified regulatory approach
for silver-containing wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059X)              05/08/90
                                                    Ord0r Number: PB9Q-234246
                                                   Order Form: NTIS
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Document for
                    Stripping Still Taiils IFrom the Production of
                    Methyl Ethyl Pyridinie, K026 (Final)

                    Provides Agency reasons and support for developing stand-
                    ards. Gives waste characterization data that serve as a basis
                    for determining whether a variance from treatment standard
                    may be warranted for a particular type of K026.
                    (EPA/530-SW-90-060L)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB89-221 451
Order Form: NTIS
 Order Numbers PB90-234-394
Order, Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Quality
Assurance/Quality Control Procedures
and Methodology (Final)

Provides EPA's approach for implementing Land Disposal
Restriction Program regarding how treatment standards
were developed for earlier rules. Also provides how EPA in-
tends to collect and evaluate treatment data to develop treat-
ment  standards  on future rules.   Presents  the Quality
Assurance Project Plan, the methodology used for estab-
lishing treatment standards, a summarization of the treat-
ment standards for the Solvents and Dioxins Rule, California
List Rule, and First-, Second-, and Third Third Rules.
(EPA/530-R-92-002)                 10/23/91
  Order Number; PB92-149277
Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and P
Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039),
Volume A: Waste water Forms of Organic U
and P Wastes and Multisource Leachate
(F039) for Which There Are
Concentration-Based Treatment
Standards

Provides Agency 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 generated by
management/treatment of  listed waste. Treatment stand-
ards are specified for nonwastewater and wastewater forms
of listed hazardous wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060F)             05/08/90
                                                     Order Number; PBQ&234337
                                                    Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for U and P
Wastes, Muttisource Leachate (F039),
Volume B: U and P Wastewaters and
Nonwastewaters with Methods of
Treatment as Treatment Standards

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for U and P wastes with methods
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
waste.  Treatment standards are specified for both non-
wastewater and  wastewater forms of the listed hazardous
waste. Wastewaters defined as containing less than 1%
(weight basis) total suspended solids and less than 1%
(weight basis) total organic carbon (TOG).
(EPA/530-SW-90-060G)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234345
Order Form: NTtS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and P
Wastes, Muttisource Leachate (F039),
Volume C: Nonwastewater Forms of
Organic U and P Wastes and Muttisource
Leachate (F039) for Which There Are
Concentration-Based Treatment
Standards

Provides a description of industries affected by land dis-
posal restrictions, processes that are generating wastes,
and available waste characterization data. Includes EPA's
rationale for combining  waste codes  into 12 treatability
groups. The rationale for identifying BDAT wastes also is
presented. Data used for calculating and determining treat-
ment standards are given.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060H)             05/08/90
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and P
Wastes, Muttisource Leachate (FO39),
Volume D: Reactive U and P Wastewaters
and Nonwastewaters

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
oping treatment standards for U and P wastes with reactive
listing constituents.  Standards are specified for nonwaste-
water and wastewater forms of each listed hazardous waste.
Wastewaters are defined as wastes containing less than 1%
(weight basis) total  suspended solids  and  less than 1%
(weight basis) total organic carbon (TOC).
(EPA/530-SW-90-060C)             05/08/90

 Order Number; PB9&234 -303 -     fprd$r Fotw; NTf&


Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and P
Wastes, Muttisource Leachate (F039),
Volume E: U and P Gaseous Wastes

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for devel-
oping method-based treatment standards for three gase-
ous U and P wastes:  ethylene oxide (U115), nitric oxide
(P076), and nitrogen dioxide (P078). Standards are applica-
ble to wastes both listed and generated by  management.
Standards are specified for both nonwastewater and waste-
water forms  of listed hazardous wastes. Wastewaters are
defined as wastes containing less than 1% (weight basis)
total suspended solids and less than 1% (weight basis) to-
tal organic carbon (TOC).
(EPA/530-SW-90-060S)             05/08/90
                    Order, Number: PBQO-23446Q
                               'OrderForm: NTtS,
 Order Number: PB90-234 352
Order Form: NT1S
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                          Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for
Universal Standards; Volume A: Universal
Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of
Listed Hazardous Wastes (Final)

Defines universal treatment standard as a single concentra-
tion-based treatment standard established for a specific
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 nonwastewa-
ter forms of wastes and one  for wastewater  forms of
wastes. Provides Agency rationale and technical support
for selecting the constituents for regulation under universal
standards and for developing the universal standards for
nonwastewater forms of  listed hazardous wastes.  Estab-
lishes universal standards for 185 organic constituents and
14 metal constituents in nonwastewater forms of listed haz-
ardous wastes.  Identifies applicable and demonstrated
treatment technologies.
(EPA/530-R-95-032)               07/15/94

              *"   " Order Form; NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Universal Standards; Volume B:  Universal
Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed
Hazardous Wastes (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for selecting
the constituents for regulation under universal standards 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 waste-
water forms of listed hazardous wastes. Identifies applicable
and demonstrated treatment technologies.
(EPA/53OR-95-033)                07/15/94

                             \ "Order Form:
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 location of facilities affected
by land disposal  restrictions, waste-generating processes,
and waste characterization data. Discusses technologies
used to treat wastes (or similar wastes). Presents available
performance data, including data upon which treatment
standards are  based.  Explains  EPA's determination of
BDAT.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059S)             05/08/90
 Orter Number: PB9Q-234 196
Order Form:
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, KO20,
K023, KO24, KO28, KO3O, K048, KO49,
K050, K051, KOS2, K087, K093, K094,
UO28, UO69, UO38, U1O2, U1O7, and U190
(Final Amendments)

Revises treatment standards for organic constituents regu-
lated in wastewater forms of the hazardous wastes listed in
the title. Bases treatment standards on available wastewater
treatment performance data rather than concentrations in
incinerator scrubber water.  Supplement discussions pro-
vided in background documents: BDAT Background Docu-
ment 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 Produc-
tion of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane; BDAT Background Document
for K048-K052; and BDAT Background Document for K087.
(EPA/530-R-95-029)                06/30/92
                                                    Ortter Number P&QS~23a892
                                Order Form: "W77S
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BOAT) Background Document for Wastes
 from the Production of Chlorinated
 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024 (Final)

 Provides EPA standards and technical support for selecting
 constituents regulated in F024 and also for developing treat-
 ment standards as required under 40 CFR 261.31. Explains
 determination  of BOAT and calculates  the  treatment
 standards.
 (EPA/530-SW-89-048M)             05/15/89

 lOrder Number: PB 89-221 501      Order Form: NTIS
 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 rea-
 sons for selecting metal constituents to be regulated in non-
 wastewater  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 constituents in
 non-wastewater forms of F024.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-060Q)              05/08/90

 ^Orcter Number: PB90-234444       Order Form: NTIS


 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
from the Production of Chlorinated
Aliphatics F025 (Final)

 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for selecting
constituents to be regulated in F025 and for developing treat-
ment standards.  Includes applicable waste-specific informa-
tion, demonstrated  technologies, and  summarizes available
performance data. Explains EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060A)             05/08/90
I Order Number:  PB90-234 287
Order Form: NT/3
 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 Agency treatment standards for the wastes identi-
 fied in 40 CFR 261.32 and 40 CFR 261.33, known as K027;
 K113-116, U221, and U223. Explains EPA's BDAT determina-
 tion, selection of constituents to be regulated, and calcula-
 tion of treatment standards.
 (EPA/530-SW-89-048O)             05/15/89

  Order Number: PB89-221 527      Order Form: NTIS


 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
 from the Production of Epichlorohydrin,
 K017 (Final)

 Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
 ing constituents for regulation in K017 and for developing
 treatment standards. Provides waste  characterization data
 for determining whether variances from treatment may be
 warranted in particular cases. Waste-specific information is
 included.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-060D)              05/08/90

 Order Number: PB90-234 311       Order Form: NTfS ,


 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
 from the Production of
 1,1,1-Trichloroethane,  K028,  K029, K095,
 and K096 (Final)

 Provides Agency rationale and technical standards for se-
 lecting constituents regulated in  K028, K029, K095, K096,
and K028.  Also provides background on developing treat-
ment standards as identified in  40 CFR 261.32. Provides
waste-specific information.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048N)             05/25/89

 Order Number: PB89-221 519       Order Form: NTIS'
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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                                                            Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for Wastes
from the Production of
1,1,1 -Trichloroethane, K028, K029, KO95,
and KO96; Amendment  (Final)

Evaluates treatment performance data from the stabilization
of ash from incineration of F024. EPA modifies treatment
standards for  metals in K028 nonwastewaters.  Provides
rationale and technical support for selecting metal constitu-
ents for regulation in K028 nonwastewaters, and for select-
ing  organic constituents for regulating K029,  K095,  and
K096 wastewaters.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060E)              05/08/90

 Order Number: PB9Q-234329       Order Form: NTIS"
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Documents for
                   Second Third Wastes; Final Rule
                   (Complete Set)

                   Supports final land disposal  restriction rule for the Second
                   Third wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that require al-
                   ternative treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses
                   capacity analyses developed for wastes covered by previous
                   rules. Discusses quantities of the Second Third wastes af-
                   fected by proposed rules. Data were obtained from results
                   of the National Survey of  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Stor-
                   age, Disposal, and Recycling  Facilities.
                   (EPA/530-SW-89-048)               06/15/89
                    Order Number: 'PB8&-22~f 402
                                Order Form: NTf$
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Wastewater Treatment Sludges Generated
in the Production of Creosote K035
(Final)	

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents for regulation in K035 and for developing
treatment standards for constituents. Provides waste charac-
terization data for determining whether variances from treat-
ment standards may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-90-Q60M)              05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234402'
Order Form: NTtS
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BDAT) Background Documents for First
 Third Wastes; Final Rule (Complete Set)

 Supports final  land disposal  restriction rule for the First
 Third wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that require al-
 ternative treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses
 capacity analyses developed for wastes covered by previous
 rules. Discusses quantities of the First Third  wastes affected
 by proposed rules. Data were obtained from results of the
 National Survey of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
 Disposal, and Recycling Facilities.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-031)               08/15/88
  Order Number: PBB9-142343
Order Form- NTIS'
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Documents for Third
Third Wastes; Final Rule (First Part of
Complete Set)

Supports final land disposal restriction  rule for the Third
Third wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that require al-
ternative treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses
capacity analyses developed for wastes covered by previous
rules.  Discusses  quantities of the Third Third  wastes af-
fected by proposed rules. Data were obtained from results
of the National Survey of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Stor-
age, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059)              05/08/90
                                                      Prefer Number: ;PB9(h234
                                                    Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background! Documents for Third
Third Wastes; Final Rule (Second Part of
Complete Set)

Supports final land disposal restriction rule for the Third
Third wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that require al-
ternative treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses
capacity analyses developed for wastes covered by previous
rules.  Discusses quantities of the Third Third wastes af-
fected by proposed rules.  Data were obtained from results
of the National Survey of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Stor-
age, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060)               05/08/90

 Order Number. PB90~234~27d       Order Form: Ntf$
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization:
 Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Solid
 Waste (1980 to Present)

 Compiles journal articles, books, government reports and
 bibliographies, conference proceedings, scientific and tech-
 nical papers, and speeches in support of an overall Agency
 strategy to promote waste minimization and improve access
 to source reduction and recycling information.
 (EPA/IMSD-87-007)                 09/15/87

 lOrder Number: PB88-163 787/AS   Order Form:. NTIS ''•,
 Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste
 Management Alternatives

 Compiles references concerning the management of solid
 waste through source reduction, recycling, composting, in-
 cineration, land disposal, and household hazardous wastes.
 Designed primarily for waste management efforts at the lo-
 cal level.
                                 08/15/89

    ter Number. EPA/53OSW-89-055  Order Form:
 Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
 (Based on 1991 Data) (Complete Set)

 Presents a detailed census based on hazardous waste re-
 ports that are filed by generators and managers of RCRA
 hazardous waste.  Reports on RCRA hazardous waste gen-
 eration and management, as well as interstate transport of
 hazardous waste.
 (EPA/530-R-94-039)               09/15/94
 Border Number: PB94-201 910
Order Form: NTIS
Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
(Based on 1991 Data); Executive Summary

Provides an overview of national hazardous waste genera-
tion and management practices, based on EPA's 1991  bien-
nial report.   Includes  tables showing quantity of RCRA
hazardous waste  generated and number of hazardous
waste generators by state and quantity of RCRA hazardous
waste managed and number of treatment, storage, and dis-
posal facilities by state.
                                09/15/94

    t&r Number EPA/53OS-94-039   Order Form: OSW
                    Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
                    (Based on 1991 Data): List of Large
                    Quantity Generators in the United States

                    Lists large  quantity generators of RCRA hazardous waste,
                    as identified by EPA's 1991 biennial report.  Provides infor-
                    mation on the quantities, nature, and disposition of gener-
                    ated hazardous 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 generation.  Includes a list
                    of state contacts.  Also available on 3.5-inch diskette.
                                                    09/15/94

                     Orde/Number: EPA/530-R:94-Q39a  Order Form: OSW

                     Order Number: 'EPA/63O&94-OQ1 (diskette}'   •',    -

                                    •' "  '    • "   ' , Order Form: OSW


                    Biennial  RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
                    (Based on 1991 Data): List of Treatment,
                    Storage, and Disposal Facilities in the
                    United States

                    Lists treatment, storage, and disposal facilities, as identified
                    by EPA's 1991 biennial report.  Lists facilities by state.  In-
                    cludes a facility's EPA identification number, name, location,
                    and RCRA tons managed.
                    (EPA/530-R-94-039b)               09/15/94
                     Order Number: PB94-201 936
                                Order Form: NTIS
Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
(Based on 1991 Data): National Analysis

Analyzes the generation, management, and final disposition
of RCRA hazardous wastes, as reported in EPA's 1991 bien-
nial report.  Includes waste generation, waste management,
shipments and receipts, and imports and exports.  Appendi-
ces contain system type codes and EPA hazardous waste
codes.
(EPA/530-R-94-039C)               09/15/94

 Order Number, PB94-201 944  '    Qrder Form: NTtS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
(Based on  1991 Data): State Detail
Analysis

Provides a  detailed look at waste handling in  EPA re-
gions, states, and at the largest facilities  in the nation.
Includes quantities of  generation,  management, ship-
ments and receipts, and interstate imports and  exports
of RCRA hazardous wastes.
(EPA/530-R-94-039d)                09/15/94
 Order Number: PB94-201 951
Order Form; NTIS
Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
(Based on 1991 Data): State Summary
Analysis

Provides two-page overviews of RCRA hazardous waste
generation and management practices of individual states,
as reported  in EPA's 1991 biennial report.  Includes total
number of large quantity generators; total quantity of RCRA
hazardous waste generated (tons); 10 largest RCRA hazard-
ous waste generators and quantity generated in 1991 with
locations on  a map; quantity of generated waste (tons) that
was only a characteristic waste, only a listed waste, or both;
10 largest RCRA  hazardous waste managers and quantity
managed (tons) in 1991  with location on a map; top man-
agement method; and imports and exports.
(EPA/530-R-94-039e)                09/15/94
 Order Number: PB94-201 969,
Orcf&rForm: NT(S
BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1989 Data)

The Biennial Reporting System (BRS) is a national system
that collects data on the generation, management, and mini-
mization of hazardous waste.  BRS captures detailed data
on the generation  of hazardous waste from large quantity
generators and data on waste management practices from
treatment, storage,  and disposal facilities.
The BRS Extract Tape is provided to NTIS on IBM tape car-
tridges. The tape contains data compiled using the Biennial
Reporting  System  developed  for the "National  Biennial
RCRA Hazardous  Waste  Report (Based on 1989 Data)."
Data for reports protected by  RCRA Confidential Business
Information (CBI) claims are not included on the tape.
 Order Number: PB98-5Q7044
Order Form: NTIS
BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1991 Data)

The Biennial Reporting System (BRS) is a national system
that collects data on the generation, management, and mini-
mization of hazardous waste.  BRS captures detailed data
on the generation of hazardous waste from large quantity
generators and data on waste management practices from
treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.
The BRS Extract Tape is provided to NTIS on IBM tape car-
tridges. The tape contains data compiled using the Biennial
Reporting  System  developed  for the "National  Biennial
RCRA Hazardous Waste  Report  (Based on 1991  Data)."
Data for reports protected by RCRA Confidential Business
Information (CBI) claims are not included on the tape.
                     Order Number: ฐPB94-$OQ 758
                                  Order Form: NTIS
                     BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1993 Data)

                     The Biennial Reporting System (BRS) is a national system
                     that collects data on the generation, management, and mini-
                     mization of hazardous waste. BRS captures detailed data
                     on the generation of  hazardous waste from large quantity
                     generators and data on waste management practices from
                     treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.
                     The BRS Extract Tape is provided to NTIS on IBM tape car-
                     tridges.  The tape contains data compiled using the BRS
                     developed  for the "National Biennial RCRA Hazardous
                     Waste Report (Based  on 1993 Data)."  Data for reports pro-
                     tected  by RCRA Confidential  Business  Information  (CBI)
                     claims are not included on the tape.
                                                        Order Number: PB95-503 520
                                                      Order Form:  NTIS
Business Guide for Reducing Solid Waste

Offers step-by-step instructions designed to assist medium
and large businesses, governments, and other organizations
in establishing a waste reduction  program.  Presents an
overview on developing and implementing a waste reduc-
tion program.  Provides worksheets to help the waste reduc-
tion  team conduct  a waste  assessment and  devise a
program tailored to its company's specific goals.  Appendi-
ces include waste reduction ideas, regional EPA and state
waste reduction  program contacts, glossary, volume-to-
weight conversion table, and a list of common recyclable
materials.
                                  09/15/93

'.'Order Number: EPA/630-K-92J)04   Order Form: OSW
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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Catalogue of Hazardous Waste Reports

Provides listing of  reports  available on hazardous waste
generators; transporters;  and treatment, storage, and dis-
posal facilities. The summary of information for each report
contains the report's short list title; the complete report title;
the purpose of the report; the data sources used; the infor-
mation printed; user selections, options, and sorts available;
and cross-references to other reports. Includes sample re-
port  pages, index to topics and contents of reports, and
RCRA Report Request forms.
                                02/15/93

 Order Number: EPA/53Q-B-94-001   Order Form: OSW_
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 programs. De-
scribes background, objectives, methods, results, and con-
clusions of census, including state organizational structures
and resources for Subtitle D programs. Also includes infor-
mation on the total number of basic characteristics of Subti-
tle D facilities, and data on regulatory programs.
(EPA/530-SW-86-039)               10/15/86

 Order Number; PB87-W8 080/AS    Order Form:  NTIS
Characterization of Municipal Solid Waste
in the United States, 196O-2000

Summarizes historical MSW quantities and the composition
of waste from 1960 to 1986, with  projections to the year
2000. Material flows methodology developed  by EPA in
1970s is used to make estimates.
                                 07/25/86

                                 Order Form: NTIS
Order Number; PB87-178 323
Characterization of Municipal Solid Waste
in the United States: 1994 Update

Characterizes municipal solid waste (MSW) from 1960 to
1993 by volume and weight. Also projects MSW generation
and management to the year 2000.  Explains differences
between the 1994 update and previous reports.
(EPA/530-R-94-042)                 12/15/94
                                                    Characterization of Municipal Solid Waste
                                                    in the United States: 1994 Update;
                                                    Executive Summary

                                                    Summarizes a study of municipal solid waste (MSW) that in-
                                                    cludes data from 1960 to 1993.   Summary characterizes
                                                    MSW by volume and weight.  Projects MSW generation and
                                                    management to the year 2000.
                                                                                    12/15/94

                                                    Order Number: EP/V53Q-S-94-042   Order Form; OSW


                                                    Characterization of Municipal Waste
                                                    Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and
                                                    Leachates

                                                    Characterizes  municipal waste combustion ashes, labora-
                                                    tory extracts of MWC ashes, and leachates from MSW ash
                                                    disposal facilities. Analyzes bottom and fly ash samples
                                                    from five mass-burn MWC facilities and leachate samples
                                                    from companion ash disposal facilities.
                                                    (EPA/530-SW-90-029A)              03/15/90
                                                    Order Number:  PB90-137154
                                 Order Form: NTIS
Characterization of Municipal Waste
Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and
Leachates;  Executive Summary

Outlines the characterization of municipal waste combus-
tion ash, ash extracts, and leachates study. See  preceding
abstract.
                                 03/15/90

 Order Number: EPA/S3OSW-9M29B Order Form: OSW


Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)

Supports EPA study of Subtitle D program. Principal objec-
tive was to assist in the development of data to evaluate po-
tential health and environmental effects of leachate from
municipal landfills. Baseline data include a range of concen-
trations of organics and inorganics in fly ash,  bottom ash,
and combined ash.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028)               10/15/87
 Order Number: PB95-147690
                                Order Form: NTIS
 Order Number: PB88-127931
Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume I: Summary

Supports EPA study of Subtitle D program. Principal objec-
tive was to assist in the development of data to evaluate po-
tential health  and  environmental effects of leachate from
municipal landfills. Baseline data include a range of concen-
trations of organics and inorganics in fly ash, bottom ash,
and combined ash.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028A)             10/15/87
"OrderNumber: PB88-127949
Order Form: NTIS
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 EPA study of Subtitle D program. Principal objec-
tive was to assist in the development of data to evaluate po-
tential health and environmental effects of  leachate from
municipal landfills.  Summarizes existing leachate charac-
teristic  data including concentrations  of organic  and  inor-
ganic parameters.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028B)             10/15/87

l<ieir^utnter,' PB88-127956     ' Order Forty: NT1$
•-'a ix-, ;;^-!v,•'"„•'-'-,  '    -,   '  "       ""   -"     ฐ'~ / ' '

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

Summarizes findings of literature on leachate production at
municipal solid waste landfills. Summarizes information
found  on  factors  influencing  quantity  and  quality  of
leachates generated at Subtitle D  municipal landfills.  Pre-
sents  data generated  on the  composition  of actual
leachates and leachates formulated under test conditions
(extracts).
(EPA/530-SW-87-028C)             10/15/87
 Order Number: PB8&12? 964
Order Form: NTtS
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 environ-
mental issues associated with contaminant discharges from
municipal waste combustor (MWC) 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 com-
bined ashes, and characteristics of extracts and leachates.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028D)             10/15/87

 Order Number: PB88-127972      Order Form: NTIS
                    Characterization of MWC Ashes and
                    Leachates from IVISW Landfills, Monofills,
                    and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume V:
                    Characterization of Municipal Waste
                    Combustor Residues

                    Describes planning, S8;mpling, and analysis activities. Sum-
                    marizes the results of chemical analyses performed on fly
                    ash, bottom ash, and laboratory-prepared leachates of both
                    types of ash. Evaluates results of analyses pertinent to mu-
                    nicipal  waste combustor (MWC) facility design and opera-
                    tion, variations among leachate preparation procedures, and
                    characterization of residues such as hazardous wastes.
                    (EPA/530-SW-87-028E)

                     Order Number: PB88~127~98Q
                                10/15/87

                                Order Form: NTIS
Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from IVISW 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 268 Subtitle D program. Develops data to
evaluate potential effects on humans and the environment
from leachates generated by landfills. Volume VI of VII.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028F)             10/15/87
                                                     Order Number: PB88-127998
                                                    Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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 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 mon-
 ofills and in quench waters with landfill samplings from sev-
 eral sites. Addendum is Volume VII of VII.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-028G)              10/15/87

  Order Number: PB88-128004        Order Form: NTIS
 Characterization of Products Containing
 Lead and Cadmium in Municipal Solid
 Waste in the United States, 1970 to 200O

 Characterizes sources of lead and cadmium in products dis-
 posed of in MSW between 1970 to 1986, with projections to
 year 2000. Findings include individual products in MSW that
 contain lead such as lead-acid batteries, consumer electron-
 ics, glass, and ceramics.
 (EPA/530-SW-89-015A)             01/15/89

 Order Number: PB89-151 039      Order Form: NTIS
Characterization of Products Containing
Lead and Cadmium in Municipal Solid
Waste in the United States, 1970 to 200O;
Executive Summary

Summarizes investigation of sources of lead and cadmium
products disposed of in MSW between 1970-1986, with pro-
jections to year 2000. Lead and cadmium products include:
lead-acid batteries, household batteries, consumer electron-
ics, glass, ceramics, plastics, soldered cans, and pigments.
                               01/15/89

 Order Number: EPA/53OSW-89-015O Order Form: OSW


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 1970-1986, with projections to year 2000. Lead and
cadmium products include: lead-acid batteries,  household
batteries, consumer electronics, glass, ceramics, plastics,
soldered cans, and pigments.
                               01/15/89

 Order Number:  EPA/53OSW-89-015B Order Form: OSW
 Characterization of Products Containing
 Mercury in Municipal Solid Waste in the
 United States, 1970 to 2000

 Identifies the products in municipal solid waste that may
 contain mercury and quantifies its presence in these prod-
 ucts.
 (EPA/530-R-92-013)
  Order Number: PB92-162569
 04/15/92

 Order Form:'NTtS
 Characterization of Products Containing
 Mercury in Municipal Solid Waste in the
 United States, 1970 to 2000: Executive
 Summary

 Identifies the products in municipal solid waste that may
 contain mercury and quantifies its presence in these prod-
 ucts.
                                04/15/92

 Order Number; ฃPA/S3Q-S~92-Q13    Order Form: OSW


 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 services. Ex-
 amines effect of unit pricing on waste generation and dis-
 posal 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 com-
 plementary programs in promoting or mitigating different ef-
fects of unit pricing.
(EPA/530-SW-90-047)               09/15/90
 Order Number: PB91-111 484
Order Form: NTIS
Chemical, Physical, and Biological
Properties of Compounds Present at
Hazardous Waste Sites (Final Report)

Catalogs chemicals present at hazardous waste sites, profil-
ing and summarizing chemicals by physical and biological
properties. Regulations, standards, and recommended ex-
posure levels pertaining to each chemical  are included in
profiles.
(EPA/530-SW-89-010)              09/27/85
 Order Number: 'PB8d~132 203,
Order Form': NTtS
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Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface
Impoundments

Presents closure plans and postclosure care considerations
and details for surface impoundments containing  hazard-
ous wastes. Written for EPA Regional offices or state regula-
tory 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)                     09/15/82

             ; PB87-155S37/AS t  r Order Form;
                     ''" "*'   " "• •    -   ' < " ' f  '
Closure/Postclosure and Financial
Responsibility Requirements for
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities; Final Rule; Background
Document

Provides support for final rule for closure and postclosure
care, and financial responsibility requirements applicable to
owners and operators of hazardous waste treatment, stor-
age, and disposal  facilities. Includes background  of rule-
making proceeding, public comments, and EPA responses.
(EPA/530-SW-86-009)               04/15/86
CMA/EPA BIF Workshop; Edited Transcript

Presents edited transcript from Chemical Manufacturers As-
sociation/EPA workshop on boilers and industrial furnaces
(BIFs). Discusses waste analysis of feed streams, monitoring
requirements, automatic waste feed cutoff, owner/operator
inspections, Subpart EiB inspection, recordkeeping, training
for facility personnel, compliance testing, management of
residues, and regulatory development. Includes questions
and answers, agenda for the workshop, list of questions
generated at the workshop, list of speakers, and list of EPA
combustion guidance (documents.
                                 01/15/95
Collecting Used Oil for Recycling/Reuse:
Tips for Consumers Who Change Their
Own Motor Oil aind Oil Filters

Provides step-by-step instructions for changing motor oil, re-
cycling the used oil, and changing and recycling oil filters.
Lists uses for recycled oil.
                                03/15/94
Closure/Postclosure 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 3O04

Assists regional offices in implementing regulations relevant
to closure and postclosure plans. Clarifies concepts, defini-
tions, and rationale behind requirements, and identifies ma-
jor issues affecting closure and postclosure requirements.
Concentrates on  closure  plans specific to six  types of
TSDFs: tanks, surface impoundments, land treatment facili-
ties, landfills, incinerators, and multiple process facilities.
(EPA/SW-912)                     01/15/84

'j-cisr Number, f 8S7-1 50 6&3/AS    Order Form:  NTIS
Combined NRC/IEPA Siting Guidelines for
Disposal of Commercial Mixed Low-Level
Radioactive and Hazardous Waste

Explains combined NRC/EPA siting guidelines for disposal
of, commercial mixed low-level radioactive and hazardous
waste.  Specifically ceills attention to Section 5(e)(1)(B) re-
quiring non-sited compact or non-member states to develop
siting plans for disposed facilities.
                                 06/29/87
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 Combustion Emissions Technical
 Resource Document (CETRED); Draft

 Provides EPA's preliminary technical analysis of best operat-
 ing practices for existing hazardous waste burners.  Identi-
 fies maximum achievable emission control levels, based on
 currently available technology for controlling dioxin and par-
 ticulate matter (PM) emissions.  Represents the first step in
 the development of regulations under RCRA and the Clean
 Air Act to impose upgraded standards on hazardous'waste
 combustion units.  Appendices include air pollution control
 techniques; detailed summary of current PM data set for ce-
 ment kilns, aggregate kilns, commercial hazardous waste in-
 cinerators, onsite hazardous waste incinerators, hazardous
 waste burning boilers; detailed summary of current total di-
 oxin data set for cement kilns, commercial hazardous waste
 Incinerators, onsite  hazardous waste facilities, and onsite
 hazardous waste incinerators; and summary of pooled PM
 data.
                                  05/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530-R-94-014    Order Form: OSW]
Combustion Emissions Technical
Resource Document (CETRED); Draft;
Executive Summary

Contains  EPA's initial technical analysis concerning emis-
sions of dioxins/furans and particulate matter from certain
types of devices that bum hazardous waste:  cement kilns,
lightweight aggregate kilns, incinerators, and industrial boil-
ers.  Provides process descriptions of a variety of RCRA
combustion devices.  Summarizes European emissions
regulations.
                                 05/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530-S-94-014   Order Form: OSW
Combustion of Hazardous Wastes
Containing Arsenic, Lead, and Mercury

Discusses the extent to which wastes containing arsenic,
lead, and  mercury constituents are currently either de-
stroyed in incinerators or burned as fuel in boilers and in-
dustrial furnaces. Profiles these practices based on the type
of combustion facility and type of wastes burned.
                                 05/15/94

 Order Number EPA/530-R-94J)18   Order Form: OSW
 Commercial Hazardous Waste Boilers and
 Industrial Furnaces (as of November 1,
 1994)

 Lists 34 commercial hazardous waste boilers and industrial
 furnaces operating on November 1, 1994, and five commer-
 cial hazardous waste boilers and industrial furnaces not op-
 erating  on November  1,  1994.  Includes  facility  name,
 location, and type of boiler or industrial furnace (BIF).
                                  11/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/630-F-94-034    Order Form;  OSW


 Commercial Hazardous Waste Boilers and
 Industrial Furnaces: Cement Kilns Only
 (as of  November 1, 1994)

 Lists 24 commercial cement kilns operating on November 1,
 1994; three commercial cement kilns not operating on No-
 vember  1, 1994; and one commercial cement kiln with per-
 mit application pending on  November 1, 1994.  Includes
 facility name and location.
                                  11/15/94

 Order Number: ฃPA/53Q-F-94-040  ' Order Form: OSW
Commercial Hazardous Waste Incinerators
(as of November 1, 1994)

Lists 20 commercial  hazardous waste incinerator facilities
operating on November 1, 1994; nine commercial hazard-
ous waste incinerator facilities not operating on November 1,
1994; and four commercial hazardous waste incinerator fa-
cilities with  permit applications pending  on November 1,
1994. Includes facility name and location.
                                 11/15/94

 Order Number:  EPA/530-F-94-038    Order Form: OSW
Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set

Outlines the commercial treatment/recovery capacity data-
base. Contains data sets on incineration and reuse of fuel,
as well as other treatment systems input in the database.
Data are derived from the National Survey of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-90-078)               05/08/90
                                                      prefer Number:  P&9Q-259 789
                                 Order Form: NTIS
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Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR
Survey Data Set

Outlines the commercial treatment/recovery capacity data-
base. Contains data sets on incineration and reuse of fuel,
as well as other treatment systems input in the database.
Data are derived from the National Survey of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities.
(EPA/530/SW-89-058)               06/15/89
 Order Number; PB89-220 545
Order Form: NTIS
Community-based Environmental
Protection:  OSWER Action Plan

Defines community-based environmental protection (CBEP)
as addressing environmental problems in the context of the
community in which they occur. Identifies the five attributes
of CBEP.  Describes Office  of Solid  Waste and Environ-
mental Response (OSWER) current and near-term activities.
                                 07/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530ft9&037   Order Form: OSW
Compendium of ORD and OSWER
Documents Relevant to RCRA Corrective
Action

Provides concise overview for regional and state regulatory
personnel and facility owners or operators.  The compen-
dium includes available guidance and technical reports on
remedial action technologies, site assessments, health as-
sessment, construction techniques and procedures, costing
techniques,  and quality  assurance/quality control  proce-
dures.
                                 04/15/92

 Order Number;  EPA/530-B-92-003   Order Form: - OSW
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 hazardous
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.
(EPA/530-R-92-003)                01/15/92
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 integrity of an ex-
isting tank system by an  independent, qualified, registered
professional engineer; assessments of new tank system de-
sign by independent, qualified, registered professional engi-
neer;  determination of  the  corrosion  potential by  an
independent corrosion  expert; and inspections for installa-
tion of new tank systems by an independent, qualified instal-
lation  inspector or an independent,  qualified,  registered
professional engineer.
(EPA/530-SW-88-019)               02/29/88
                     Order Number: PB88-197611
                                 Order Form: NTIS
                    Composition and Management of Used Oil
                    Generated in the United States

                    Characterizes used oil generation, management, and com-
                    position in the United Sltates in 1983. Supports the develop-
                    ment of used oil regulations and provides a framework for
                    assessing the risks and benefits of alternative regulatory op-
                    tions.
                    (EPA/530-SW-84-013)               11/15/84
                     'Order Number:' PB85-180 297
                                 Order Form: NTt$
                    Composition and Management of Used Oil
                    Generated in the United States; Appendix

                    Presents comprehensive analytical database for more than
                    1,000 waste oil samples.
                    (EPA/530-SW-84-013A)              11/15/84

                     Order Number;" PB88-111 752       Order Form: NTIS


                    Composting, Yard Tirimmings, and
                    Municipal Solid Waste

                    Examines planning, siting, designing, and operating com-
                    posting facilities.  Discusses planning; basic composting
                    principles;  collection methods;  processing methods, tech-
                    nologies, and odor control; facility design and siting; envi-
                    ronmental,  health, and safety concerns; state legislation and
                    initiatives; potential end-users; product quality and market-
                    ing; community involvement;  and economics.  Appendices
                    include additional sources of information on  composting,
                    composting equipment and glossary of compost terms.
                    (EPA/530-R-94-003)                 05/15/94
 : Order Number: PB92-128 206
Order Form:. NTIS
                                                      Order Number: PB94-163 250
                                                     Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Construction and Demolition Waste
Landfills

Presents information on construction and demolition (C&D)
waste landfills.  Discusses the composition of C&D wastes,
including any hazardous materials or constituents.  Provides
information on the quality of C&D landfill leachate, based on
sampling data taken from landfills around the country. Con-
tains a detailed summary  of state regulations pertaining to
C&D facilities. Identifies states that have regulations related
to groundwater monitoring; corrective action; location re-
strictions;  and facility design, operation, closure, and/or
postclosure care; and provides the specifics of those regula-
tions.
(EPA/530-R-95-018)                 02/15/95
 Order Number:  PB95-208906
Order Form: NTIS
Construction Products Containing
Recovered Materials

Lists manufacturers and suppliers of construction products
(building insulation, structural fiberboard and laminated pa-
perboard, carpet, floor tiles, and patio blocks) containing re-
covered 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.
                                 06/15/95

 Order Number:  EPA/530-B-95-004   Order Form: 0$W
Construction Quality Assurance for
Hazardous Waste Land Disposal Facilities;
Technical Guidance Document

Provides guidance on construction quality assurance (CQA)
plan to be addressed during permit application procedure
for hazardous waste land disposal facilities. Discussion in-
cludes: responsibility and authority, CQA personnel qualifi-
cations,  inspections  activities,  sampling strategies,  and
documentation.
(EPA/530-SW-86-031)               10/15/86
 Order Number: PB87-132825
Order Form: NTIS
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  ulti-
mately dispose of. Suggestions follow four basic principles:
reduce, reuse, recycle, and respond. Also lists state environ-
mental agencies, as well as other publications and sources.
Available in Spanish.
                                 06/15/92

 Order Number:  EPA/530-K-92-Q03   Order form:  O$W

 Order Number:'EPA/53OK-d2-003$


Copy Paper Caper (Poster)

Poster encouraging less photocopying.
                                 04/15/94

. Order Number:  EPA/530-H-94-002   Order Forrri:  OSW


Corrective Measures for Releases to
Groundwater from Solid Waste
Management Units; Draft Final Report

Provides guidance for identifying mechanisms to correct re-
leases  from solid waste management units (SWMUs) to
ground water. Supplies an overview  of control and treat-
ment technologies in hydrogeologic  settings, discusses
case studies, and provides  recommendations for the appli-
cation of corrective measures to ground-water releases from
SWMUs.
(EPA/530-SW-88-020)               08/15/85
                     Order Number:  PB88r186251
                                 Order Form: NTIS
Corrective Measures for Releases to Soil
from Solid Waste Management Units;
Draft Final Report

Discusses various types of removal, containment, and treat-
ment technologies applicable to the remediation of releases
to soils from solid waste management units (SWMUs).  Pro-
vides an overview of corrective action  technologies, dis-
cusses case studies, and includes recommendations for the
application of corrective measures to soils from SWMUs.
(EPA/530-SW-88-022)               08/15/88
                                                      Order Number; 'PB88-186277
                                                     Order Form: NTt$
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Corrective Measures for Releases to
Surface Wafers; Draft Final Report

Provides guidance for identifying mechanisms to correct re-
leases from solid waste management units (SWMUs) to sur-
face  water.   Provides an overview  of corrective action
technologies, discusses case studies, and advises on the se-
lection  of corrective measures to surface water  from
SWMUs.
(EPA/530-SW-90-085)
08/15/85

O'rdl&rForrhf NTIS
Cost and Economic llmpact Analysis of the
Proposed Conditionally Exempt Small
Quantity Generator JCESQG) Rule

Presents the cost and economic impact analysis developed
for EPA's proposed rule on nonmunicipal solid waste dis-
posal facilities that receive CESQG hazardous wastes. Dis-
cusses parties affected  by this proposed rulemaking and
potential effects on small businesses.
(EPA/530-R-95-022)                05/15/95
                                                     "Order Number; PB95-208 948
                                 Order Form; NTtS
Corrosivity Characteristic (4O CFR
261.22); Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3OO1

Explains Agency's definition of corrosive waste, discusses
comments received on Agency's proposed definition of cor-
rosive waste, and the changes made in response to com-
ments.  Includes   the   rationale  for the  proposed
Characteristic of Corrosivity for identification and listing of
hazardous waste as well as the test methods used to make
that determination.
                                05/01/80
                    Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste
                    Disposal Facilities amd Practices;
                    Notification Requirements for Industrial
                    Solid Waste Disposal Facilities (40 CFR
                    Part 257)  (Draft)

                    Amends 40 CFR Part 257 by imposing a two-part reporting
                    requirement on industrial solid waste disposal facilities and
                    construction and demolition waste landfills.  The owner or
                    operator is required to supply EPA with information on facil-
                    ity ownership and location with three descriptors: unit types
                    and numbers, waste types, and total waste volume.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-044)               07/15/88
                     Order Nymber, ,
                                                                           508
                                 Order Form; NftS
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 land dis-
posal restrictions for newly identified wastes and hazardous
debris. Examines wastes affected by the rule and contain-
ment buildings. Considers costs of restricting the land dis-
posal of Phase I wastes.  Discusses limitations to the cost
and economic analysis.
(EPA/530-R-95-030)                 06/30/92
                    Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
                    Hydrogeology under RCRA (Complete Set)

                    Provides RCRA permit writers with a standardized technical
                    method for evaluating hydrogeologic data submitted in per-
                    mit applications for hazardous waste  land treatment, stor-
                    age, and disposal facilities.  The methodology determines if
                    facilities are located in areas of vulnerable hydrogeology.
                                                    07/15/86
                       946
                                                    Order Form: NTIS
                                                    Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
                                                    Hydrogeology: A RCRA Statutory
                                                    Interpretative Guidance

                                                    Provides RCRA permit writers with a standardized technical
                                                    method for evaluating hydrogeologic data submitted in per-
                                                    mit applications for hazardous waste land treatment, stor-
                                                    age, and disposal facilities. The methodology determines if
                                                    facilities are located in areas of vulnerable hydrogeology.
                                                    (EPA/530-SW-86-022)              07/15/86
                                                     Oflpfer Number: PB8&-224953,
                                                    Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 po-
rosity and hydraulic gradient.
(EPA/530-SW-86-022A)             07/15/86
 Order Number: PB86-224 961/AS   Order Form: NTIS
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 conduc-
tivity, determination of effective porosity, and determination
of hydraulic porosity.  Considerations are given to well con-
struction and development, data interpretation and test se-
lection considerations, and single well tests.
(EPA/530-SW-86-022B)             07/15/86
 Order Number: PB86-224 979/AS   Order Form: NTIS
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  groundwater time of
travel in the unsaturated  zone. Designed for  hazardous
waste facility permit applicants and writers in evaluating vul-
nerability of groundwater contamination.  Two general ap-
proaches are given. Includes  review of general theory of
groundwater flow in the unsaturated zone and describes
processes. Equations are presented.
(EPA/530-SW-86-022C)             07/15/86
 Order Number: PB86-224 987/AS   Order Form:  NTIS
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 haz-
ardous waste or waste constituents could be significant due
to the absence of engineered containment barriers, monitor-
ing, or response activities.  Case studies are included that il-
lustrate TOT  100 criteria  and  health-risk assessment for
ground-water resource pathway.
(EPA/530-SW-86-022D)             07/15/86
 Order Number: PB8&224 995/AS   Order Form: "NTIS
Criteria for Identifying Characteristics of
Hazardous Waste (40 CFR 261.10); Criteria
for Listing Hazardous Waste (4O 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 3O01
Describes the basis and purpose used in establishing final
criteria for identifying characteristics of hazardous waste, cri-
teria for listing hazardous waste, and procedures for de-list-
ing hazardous wastes.
                               04/01/80
 Order Number; PB81-184962
Order Form: NTIS,
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 in-
formation on groundwater and surface water contamination
from MSW landfill case studies. Identifies and describes hu-
man health and environmental impacts from landfills.
(EPA/530-SW-88-040)              07/15/88
 Order Number: PB88-242 466    '  Order Form: NTIS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 in-
formation on revised closure and postclosure care and fi-
nancial responsibility requirements. Addresses performance
standards, plans, and financial assurance criteria as well as
mechanisms  available  to owners and operators of MSW
landfills.
(EPA/530-SW-88-041)               07/15/88

 Order Number: PB88-242 4 74       Order Form: A/TO;
                    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  household hazardous waste or hazardous waste
                    from small quantity generators. Includes the initial limitation
                    to municipal solid  wasle landfills. Provides  legislative and
                    regulatory background and  status. Addresses federal laws
                    that impact  design, operation,  and  location of MSWLFs.
                    Contains detailed information on the development of stand-
                    ards addressing restricted locations.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-036)               07/15/88
                     Order Number: PB88-24242G"
                                 OrderForm:NTIS'
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 re-
vised design criteria.  Discusses general development and
various design options including:  how  a design standard
was selected and considered, how location specific consid-
erations are involved, and what methodologies are available
for meeting design performance standards. Provides land-
fill designs that specifically address liners, leachate collec-
tion systems, and final covers.
(EPA/530-SW-88-042)               07/15/88
 Order Number; PB88-242482
Order Form: NTIS
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Groundwater Monitoring and
Corrective Action (Subpart E)

Provides detailed information on development and imple-
mentation  of groundwater monitoring and corrective action
requirements. Options for groundwater monitoring and cor-
rective action programs are discussed and EPA rationale is
explained. When available, data are presented to support
decisions.
(EPA/530-SW-88-043)              07/15/88
                    Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
                    Landfills: Operating Criteria (Subpart C);
                    Draft Background Document

                    Determines operating criteria for municipal solid waste land-
                    fills. Includes procedures for cover material, disease vectors,
                    explosive gas, air criteria, access, excluding receipt of haz-
                    ardous waste, run-on and run-off controls, surface water, liq-
                    uids restrictions, and recordkeeping.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-037)                07/15/88
                    " Order Number: PB88-242433
                                           NTIS
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Summary of Data on Municipal
Solid Waste Landfill Leachate
Characteristics

Presents information on  the character of leachate from
MSWLFs. Based on study of existing leachate data as di-
rected by 40 CFR Part 257 for facilities that may receive
household hazardous waste and waste from small quantity
generators.
(EPA/530-SW-88-038)               07/15/88

' Order Number; PB8&242 44 i'      Order Fotm;  'NTIS
 Order Number: PB88-242490
Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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 Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
 Landfills: Updated Review of Selected
 Provisions of Solid Waste Regulations

 Provides analysis of the differences between proposed crite-
 ria and current state regulations that classify solid waste dis-
 posal facilities and practices. EPA is initially limiting criteria
 revisions to municipal solid waste landfills because they are
 the only facilities for which the Agency has complete and re-
 liable data.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-039)
    >er Number. PB88-242458
07/15/88

Order form
 Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities:
 A Guide for Owners/Operators

 Provides owners  and operators of municipal solid waste
 landfills basic information on the Subtitle D regulations. Ex-
 amines these regulations and issues of location, operation,
 design, groundwater monitoring, corrective action, closure,
 and financial assurance.
                                 03/15/93

       Number. EP/V53OSW-91-089 OrderForm:,
Crude Oil and Natural Gas Exploration and
Production Wastes:  Exemption from
RCRA Subtitle C Regulation

Addresses the exemption of certain oil and gas exploration
and production (E&P) wastes from regulation as hazardous
wastes under Subtitle C of RCRA. Discusses basic rules for
determining the  exempt or nonexempt status of  wastes.
Provides examples of exempt and nonexempt wastes.  Ex-
amines E&P waste  mixtures.  Clarifies  several misunder-
standings  about  the  exemption and answers frequently
asked questions.   Makes  recommendations  for sensible
waste management. Includes sources of additional informa-
tion.
                                 05/15/95

   ter Number: EPA/530-K-95-003   Order Form: 0$W
Damage Cases: Construction and
Demolition Waste Landfills

Presents the results of a study conducted  to determine
whether the disposal of construction and demolition (C&D)
debris in landfills has led to contamination of groundwater,
surface water, or ecological resources.  Examines whether
these environmental damages can be attributed to specific
aspects of the site, such as the type of waste received, de-
sign and operating practices, and environmental setting/lo-
cation.  Presents eleven damage cases. Summarizes the
types of damages found at these landfills and discusses the
possible link between these damages and site operation,
design, and location.
(EPA/530-R-95-020)                01/15/95

* Order "Number; PB9S-208 mg       Order Form; NTl$ *
                    Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste
                    Management

                    Presents problems and  possible solutions for waste man-
                    agement issues to be  addressed by policymakers. Intro-
                    duces the  concept of  integrated  waste  management by
                    providing an overview of major municipal waste manage-
                    ment while also highlighting program options and listing cri-
                    teria for evaluating alternatives. Sections include: collection
                    and transfer, source reduction, recycling, composting, mu-
                    nicipal  waste combustion,  land disposal,  special wastes,
                    public education, and financing and revenues.
                                                     11/15/89
                           ^mber.:.EpA/53f^SW-8^?2 ''Ofd&r.formi '-QSW.-
                    Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste
                    Management (Promotional  Brochure)

                    Summarizes Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Man-
                    agement. Includes mailer to order up to five free copies and
                    sign up for the solid waste mailing list.
                                                     09/15/90

                                                              : o'sw
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Definitions and General Provisions under
RCRA, Subtitle C; Definitions and
Provisions for Confidentiality (40 CFR
260, Subparts A and B)

Supports Agency definitions pertaining to terms describing
activities subject to control under Sections 3001 through
3004 of RCRA. General and special procedures are deline-
ated, and rules of grammatical construction given. Summa-
rizes status of 130 proposed definitions and 32 definitions
that have been added to final rules.
                                 04/15/80

              *              * "" * OrderFamv'
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 degree of  hazard as approach to defining and
managing hazardous wastes under authority of Subtitle C,
RCRA of 1976. Premise rests on hazardous wastes defined
and grouped according to degree of hazard. Provides sum-
mary of comments to  proposed  regulation and EPA's re-
sponses, including rationale for final regulations.
                                 04/01/80

                               "Order Form: fJTtS
Design and Development of a Hazardous
Waste Reactivity Testing Protocol

Contains test protocol to assess gross chemical composi-
tion of waste  materials at uncontrolled  hazardous waste
sites. Includes field test kit, flow diagrams, and manual for
using flow diagrams and test procedures. History of proto-
col's development and trial is noted.
(EPA/600/2-84-057)                02/01/84

'{f^rder Dumber; 'P8&fl68g0%.   ,   Order form; NTIS
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 impound-
ments, and wastepiles. Discusses clays and their composi-
tion, fabric, and hydraulic conductivity.  Other topics include
geotechnical test methods and soil properties, clay chemi-
cal compatibility, construction and quality assurance, per-
formance of existing clay liners, and clay liner transit time
prediction methods.
(EPA/530-SW-86-007F)              11/15/88

' Order bttmber: PB89-181 937  -     'Order Form: NTIS
•>„• •>.   . ^. . ^.,. *...../"""","•"  - .*>
                                                     Determining the Integrity of Concrete
                                                     Sumps; Technical Guidance Document

                                                     Recommends  and  explains procedures for assessing the
                                                     structural integrity of concrete hazardous waste sumps. De-
                                                     scribes mechanisms of failure, investigatory steps, and re-
                                                     pair and prevention.
                                                     (EPA/530-R-93-005)                08/15/91
              Pฎ93-154 631
                                                                                      Order FJirm:
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 de-
positories. Presents detailed analytical results.
(EPA/530-R-92-006)                06/07/91
 "Order "Number:
                                                                            4Q6
Order Form: NTIS
Directory of Commercial Hazardous Waste
Management Facilities

Lists commercial hazardous waste management facilities,
along with information on types of commercial services of-
fered and types of wastes managed. Does not constitute a
list of approved facilities, but is representative of typical
commercial services available at the time data were com-
piled. Appendices list which particular wastes are handled
by specific facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-87-024)               08/15/87
                                                      Order lumber  PB8&109 699
                                 Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 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 Gov-
 ernors' Association member states.
 (EPA/530-R-92-007)                 09/01/91

  Order Number: PB92-180 108
                                                     Disposal Tips for Home Health Care
                                                     (Patient Flyer)

                                                     Provides tips for preventing  injury,  illness, and pollution
                                                     when disposing of sharp objects and contaminated materi-
                                                     als used in administering home health care. Describes sim-
                                                     ple steps to safely dispose of needles, syringes, lancets, and
                                                     other sharp objects.
                                                                                      11/15/93
                                 Order Form: NTtS":     Order, Number; EPA/53~Q-F~93-Q27b  "OrderfoAi: OSW'
 Discussion Document for Roundtable
 Session on Technical Combustion
 Standards

 Identifies issues for discussion at the Technical Combustion
 Sessions of the National Roundtable on Waste Minimization
 and Combustion. Includes technology vs. risk-based stand-
 ards,  siting requirements and  restrictions, exemption for
 "nontoxic" hazardous waste, future incineration capacity,
 controls on emissions of toxic metals and of toxic organic
 compounds, fuel blenders, trial burns, campaign burning,
 recordkeeping, state  regulations, and  emergency safety
 vents.
                                  11/15/93

                                  Order Form: QSMC
Order Number:  EPA/530-R-93-O19
Discussion Document for Roundtable
Session on Waste Minimization

Identifies issues for discussion at the Waste Minimization
Sessions of the National Roundtable on Waste Minimization
and Combustion. Examines waste  minimization goals; the
roles of hazardous waste generators, hazardous waste man-
agement facilities, EPA and the states, Technical Assistance
Centers, public interest groups, and trade and  industry as-
sociations, in achieving goals; the range of mechanisms to
achieve goals (e.g., permits, land disposal restriction require-
ments, and  enforcement  actions); measuring progress;
multi-media impacts; remediation wastes; a waste manage-
ment hierarchy; and environmental justice.
                                  11/15/93

 Order Number: EPA/530-R-93-020    Order Form: OSW
 Disposal Tips for Home Health Care
 (Professional Brochure)

 Encourages  health-care professionals to educate patients
 and clients on safely practicing home health care by dispos-
 ing of "sharps" (lancets, needles, and syringes) in hard-plas-
 tic or metal containers with screw-on or tightly secured lids.
 Includes  detachable order form for professional  brochure
 and patient flyer.
                                  11/15/93

  Order Number; EPA/630-F-93J)2ra ~ Order Form: QSW,


 Documentation for Development of
 Toxicity and Volumes Scores for the
 Purpose of Scheduling Hazardous Waste

 Presents  methodology used to schedule land  disposal,
 waste streams listed in 40 CFR Part 26. Schedules are bro-
 ken into three statutory time frames as required by Section
 3004 of RCRA. Schedules are determined by toxic potential
 of constituents in each waste stream, with high  volume,
 highly toxic wastes scheduled first, and low volume,  less
 toxic wastes scheduled last. Ranking scheme incorporates
 measures of acute and chronic toxicity, and is applied  to a
 range of chemicals with a wide variety of databases.
 (EPA/530-SW-85-031)              03/15/85

 Order Number:  PB87-W4 936/AS   Order Form; NTtS,


 Does Your Business Produce Hazardous
Waste?  Many Small Businesses Do

Assists small businesses with compliance with new hazard-
ous waste laws. Helps determine whether a particular busi-
ness produces hazardous waste. Describes procedure for
handling and  includes Uniform  Hazardous Waste Manifest,
EPA Form 8700-22. Lists EPA regional contacts and state
and territorial hazardous waste management agencies for
additional help.
                                 04/15/90

 Order Number: EPA/530-SW-90-027  Order Form; OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                                 Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
  Chemical Manufacturers
  Equipment Repair
Includes industry categories: industrial inorganic chemicals,
industry organic chemicals, pigments, plastics, pesticides,
synthetic rubber,  explosives, synthetic  fibers, gum,  and
wood chemicals.  Includes  general  description of waste
types and waste minimization.techniques in chemical manu-
facturing.

prefer Number: EP$/63OSW-Q(>Q27H

  Cleaning and Cosmetics

Includes industry categories: soaps, detergents or specialty
cleaners, polishing or sanitizing compounds, surfactants, fin-
ishing agents, and other assistants,  perfumes, cosmetics,
toilet preparations or sundries. Includes general description
of types of industry waste and waste minimization tech-
niques.
  Construction
Includes industry categories: heavy construction, plumbing,
heating, air conditioning;  painting, paperhanging, decorat-
ing; mobile home construction, prefabricated wood build-
ings and  components;  masonry,  stonework,  tile work,
plastering;  carpentry,  floorwork,  concrete  work,  roofing;
sheet metal work, glass and glazing work, wrecking and
demolition. Includes  general  categories for wastes  that
might be  generated  during construction.  Provides waste
minimization techniques.
  Drycleaning and Laundry
Lists establishments included  as drycleaning and laundry
plants. Lists hazardous wastes produced from these estab-
lishments and gives ways to reduce waste. Includes table of
typical quantities of hazardous waste produced.
  Educational and Vocational Shops

Provides information for educational and vocational institu-
tions using ignitable solvents, strong acid alkaline solutions,
heavy metals, or toxic organic chemicals that may produce
hazardous waste. Tables give typical operations with materi-
als used and hazardous wastes that might be generated,
plus detailed waste descriptions.
Includes the following industry categories: radio and TV re-
pair shops, refrigeration and air conditioning service and re-
pair, miscellaneous equipment  shops,  pipelines  (except
natural gas), communications; power generation transmis-
sion, automatic merchandising machines, and amusement
parks.  Provides waste minimization techniques and  lists
types of wastes generated.
  Formulators
Provides information for operators in the chemical formulat-
ing industry category who use solvents, pesticides, strong
acids or bases, ignitable chemicals, reactive chemicals, and
solutions or sludges containing  metals or toxic  organic
chemicals,  and  might be subject to RCRA requirements.
This eight-page document describes hazardous wastes and
provides information on waste minimization. Detailed tables
list waste type, as well as designations or trade names.
  Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and
  Refinishing

Provides information for operators using solvents, flammable
or combustible liquids, combustible solids, ignitable paints,
or other materials containing toxic constituents that may be
subject  to RCRA requirements. Covers hazardous wastes
from furniture and wood manufacturing and refinishing and
waste minimization. Detailed tables of waste descriptions
are included.

 Order Number: 'EPA/S3Q-$W-9&Q27C

  Laboratories

Provides information for labs using ignitable compounds,
strong acid or alkaline solutions, solvents, heavy metals, or
toxic organic constituents that might be subject to RCRA re-
quirements. Lists wastes commonly generated and provides
waste minimization ideas.  Detailed tables give waste de-
scriptions by type.

[Otfer Number: ฃPA/63Q~SWrg&Q27M
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
   Leather Products Manufacturing

 Provides information for manufacturers of leather products
 who are likely to produce spent solvent waste and wastes
 from use of lacquers, materials containing lead, dyes, or ma-
 terials  that produce hydrogen sulfide that are subject to
 RCRA requirements. Tables list materials used and hazard-
 ous wastes  that might be generated. Detailed waste de-
 scription by type plus waste minimization ideas  also are
 included.

 Order Number: EPA/53&SW-90-027R

   Metal Manufacturing

 Includes industry categories. Lists hazardous wastes, and
 provides waste minimization techniques.

 Order Number: EPA/53OSW-90-027N
  Motor Freight Terminals/Railroad
  Transport

Describes hazardous wastes generated by motor freight ter-
minals or railroad transportation.  Outlines effective waste
minimization programs that can be implemented. Descrip-
tions of typical industry wastes are included.
:Order Number: EPA/53&SW-9&027K                : j

  Paper Industry

Describes hazardous wastes generated  from pulp and pa-
per mills  and  converting operations.  Outlines effective
waste minimization programs that can be implemented. De-
scriptions of typical industry wastes are listed.
 Order Number: EPA/5303W-90-027O

  Pesticide End-Users/Application Services

Provides information for disposers of pesticides or pesticide
containers, elan pesticide application equipment, or con-
taminated soils who may be subject to RCRA  hazardous
waste requirements. Describes  industry category,  wastes
generated, and options  for waste minimization. Tables  in-
clude materials used and hazardous wastes that might be
generated, plus detailed descriptions by type of waste.

' Order Number EP/>/53OSW-90-027t                 '
   Printing and Allied Industries

 Provides information for printers using solvents, strong acid
 or alkaline solutions, or ink containing toxic organic chemi-
 cals, or heavy metals that may be subject to RCRA require-
 ments.  Describes types of printing operations, wastes
 generated, and waste minimization. Includes tables of  mate-
 rials generated and detailed types of waste.

  Order Number:'EPA/53aSW-9O027Q -

   Textile Manufacturing

 Includes the following industry segments: broad woven fab-
 ric mills and woolen mills (including dyeing and finishing),
 knitting mills and  knit goods finishing, other dyeing and fin-
 ishing textile mills, and floor covering mills (including dyeing
 and finishing). Includes lists of hazardous wastes generated
 and waste minimization techniques.

  Order Numb&r; EP/y$3Q-SW-9(>Q27E '

   Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest
   Instructions

 Includes standard form and instructions for Uniform Hazard-
 ous Waste Manifest.  Federal law requires  any facility that
 generates more than  100 kilograms of hazardous waste
 monthly to complete the manifest when shipping hazardous
 waste offsite. Reminds generators to contact state hazard-
 ous waste agency in case state manifests must be used.

  Order Number; EPA/53Q&W~9Q$27S           '   \

   Vehicle  Maintenance

 Includes products used on tools, hands, or floor that might
 contain hazardous materials from the vehicle maintenance
 category. Hazardous wastes may come from rust removers,
 carburetor cleaners, parts cleaners and degreasers,  paint
 thinners, motor oil and other petroleum products, as well as
 auto and truck batteries. Effective waste minimization ideas
 provided. Tables include typical vehicle maintenance opera-
 tions and  detailed descriptions of vehicle waste mainte-
 nance.

 Order Number: EPA/53QSW-9Q-Q27/\  *  '

   Wood Preserving

 Provides information on wood preservers that use arsenical
 compounds,  pentachlorophenol, or creosote and are gener-
 ally subject to RCRA  requirements covering  generation,
transportation, and management of hazardous wastes.  Cov-
 ers industry overview, including  hazardous  wastes  pro-
 duced  in two-step wood preservation process. Includes
table with  wood preserving operations for  materials used
and hazardous wastes generated.

 Border Number;  EPA/530ฃW-Q&027lF      -'        -   :
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Draft Hazardous Waste Minimization and
Combustion Strategy: Announcement and
Review of Past Activities

Announces EPA's proposal to expand public participation
opportunities in the permitting process and the release of
the Draft RCRA Hazardous  Waste  Minimization National
Plan and the  Combustion Emissions Technical Resource
Document (CETRED).  Includes  goals and EPA activities
aimed at achieving the goals for the  major project areas of
the draft hazardous  waste minimization  and combustion
strategy.
                                 05/15/94

, Order Number: EPA/530-D-94-002 . Order Form: '
Draft Paper Products RMAN [Recovered
Materials Advisory Notice]; Supporting
Analyses

Explains EPA's objectives,  EPA's  process for designating
procurement items and recommending procurement proc-
esses for those items, and EPA's  methodology for recom-
mending  recovered materials content levels for paper and
paper  products.   Discusses draft  recommendations 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.
                                 03/15/95

 Order Number: EPA/630&&5401   'Order Form: OSW
 Draft RCRA Hazardous Waste
 Minimization National Plan

 Outlines EPA's plan for reducing the amount and toxicity of
 hazardous waste generated nationally, placing an initial fo-
 cus on metal-bearing and halogenated combustible wastes.
 Sets forth the Agency's goals regarding waste minimization.
 Discusses specific mechanisms  under  consideration for
 achieving the goal of pollution prevention.
                                  05/15/94

  Order Numb&r: EPA/53Q-D&4401    Ord&rForm: 0$W*
Draft Strategy for Combustion of
Hazardous Waste

Presents a national strategy on hazardous waste combus-
tion that stresses the importance of waste reduction. Out-
lines goals of improved public participation and improved
safety controls. Lays out a series of long- and short-term ac-
tions for public discussion.
                                  05/15/93

'Order Number: EPA/530*0-93-001    Order Form; OSW
Draft Strategy on Combustion and Waste
Minimization:  Piroject Plans

Presents an overview of EPA's project plans for implement-
ing the Draft Strategy for Combustion of Hazardous Waste,
released on May 18, 1993. Discusses outreach, interim final
guidance on waste minimization program, targeting specific
waste streams where waste  minimization will provide the
greatest environmental benefit, and finalizing the waste mini-
mization and waste combustion strategy. Examines review-
ing and  evaluating  current  regulations for incinerators,
boilers, and industrial furnaces; upgrading  those  regula-
tions; ongoing activities to implement  the  BIF rule; and
evaluation of alternative treatment technologies.
                                 08/15/93
Emissions Testing of a Precalciner
Cement Kiln at Louisville, Nebraska

Presents data gathered from a precalciner cement kiln to
develop regulations for controlling emissions from cement
kilns with products of incomplete  combustion (PICs). Total
hydrocarbons (HCs) and  carbon  monoxide levels are the
emission parameters planned for use in regulation. Sup-
ports the issue of using parameters as surrogates for PICs.
(EPA/530-SW-91-016)                12/15/90
 Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement Kiln at
 Hannibal, Missouri; Draft Final Report

 Presents data gathered from a wet cement kiln to develop
 regulations for controlling emissions from cement kilns with
 products of incomplete combustion (PICs). Total hydrocar-
 bons (HCs) and carbon monoxide levels are emission pa-
 rameters planned for use in regulation.   More data are
 needed from a full-scale testing of wet cement kilns.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-017)               12/15/90

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 Engineering and Environmental Aspects of
 Recycled Materials for Highway
 Construction

 Evaluates the environmental aspects and engineering fac-
 tors related to the utilization of recycled materials in highway
 construction. Presents an overview and assessment of dif-
 ferent technologies, processes, and methods of recycling
 various materials into highway appurtenances and for high-
 way construction with consideration of environmental and
 health risks.  Includes bibliography. Appendix to Report to
 Congress: A Study of the Use of Recycled Paving Material.
 (EPA/530-R-93-013a)               06/15/93

 fp/tfer Number: PB94-100443       Order Form: NTIS-~
 Engineering Handbook for Hazardous
 Waste Incineration

 Documents hazardous waste incineration operations for fed-
 eral, regional, and state EPA officials, as well as designers,
 owners, and operators of hazardous waste incineration fa-
 cilities, and the general technical community. Compiles topi-
 cal  literature  and  describes  current  state-of-the-art
 technology for hazardous waste incineration.
 (EPA/SW-889)                    09/01/81
I Order Number: PB81-248 163
Order Fom: NTI$
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Administrative
Stay of Wood Preserving Rule

Discusses the administrative stay issued by EPA that ex-
tends the time wood preservers are allowed to construct or
repair drip pads at facilities.
                                05/15/91

lOrcter Number: EPA/530SW-91-052 Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Agency
Determines Final Regulatory Status of
Special Wastes from Mineral Processing

Discusses final regulatory status of special wastes'from min-
eral processing, as determined under RCRA Subtitle C.
                                05/15/91

I Order Number: EP/V53OSW-91-O53  Order Form:  OSW'
                    Environmental Fact Sheet: Agency
                    Releases Report to Congress on Special
                    Wastes from Mineral Processing

                    Presents EPA Report to Congress regarding 20 mineral
                    processing wastes generated by 91 facilities in  29 states.
                    Report characterizes and presents finding for each waste
                    and solicits comments on findings. Agency proposes to ban
                    elemental phosphorus slag in construction and/or land rec-
                    lamation because of radioactivity levels.
                                                    07/15/90
  Order Number:
                                                    Order Form'' "OSW,,
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to
 Requirements for Hazardous Waste
 Incinerator Permits

 Explains EPA amendment to hazardous waste incinerator
 permit regulations, clarifying requirements that an existing
 hazardous waste incinerator must conduct a trial burn and
 submit trial burn data prior to permit assurance. Require-
 ments provide for the maximum protection of human health
 and environment.
                                01/15/89

 - Order Number: ฃPA/$3frSW-894)Q4 Order Form: OSW


 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Amendment to
 the Regulations for Burning Hazardous
 Waste in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces

 Explains technical  amendment to final boiler and industrial
 furnace rule.  Clarifies the regulation (56 FR 7134) and cor-
 rects certain provisions that could result in unintended con-
 sequences. Each amendment is briefly described.
                                08/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/S3&$W~91-063 ' Order Form;, OSW,


 Environmental Fact Sheet:  America's War
on Waste

 Lists EPA documents that are published in accordance with
goal to reduce and recycle 25 percent of waste generated
by 1992. Summarizes EPA's activities.
                                10/15/89

 Order Number; EPA/&3&SW-9OQ02  Order Form: OSW-
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Application of
Land Disposal Restrictions to CERCLA
Remedial Actions

Looks for alternative interpretations for land disposal that
may allow more flexibility in selecting protective and cost-ef-
fective remedies and may be tailored to site-specific condi-
tions.
                                10/15/89

 Order Number: EPA/63OSW-9O003 Order Form; OSW-
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Capacity
Assurance Planning and the 1991 Biennial
Report

Describes EPA's decision to use Biennial Reports for pri-
mary data collection in conducting state capacity assurance
analyses. Includes a list of waste information requested from
previous years, as well as new data elements.
                                11/15/91

•Order Number, EPA/530-SW-91-082 Order Form; OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Certain
Hazardous Waste Slag Uses Now Subject
to Regulation

Prohibits antiskid/deicing uses of high-temperature metal re-
covery (HTMR)  slag residues derived  from  hazardous
wastes K061, K062, and F006, as waste-derived products
placed on the land. Does not prohibit this use when these
wastes comply with all federal requirements for the land dis-
posal of hazardous waste. Does not prohibit other uses of
HTMR slags that comply with EPA requirements.
                                08/15/94

; Order Number;' EPA/S3&F-94-Q24 '"Order'Form: OSW
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 status
and permitted facilities from making changes in operations.
Increases the flexibility of interim status facilities to  make
changes without obtaining RCRA permit. The  rule also ex-
pedites closure and correction activities.
                                03/15/89

 Order'Number: EPA/53OSW-89-028 Order Form; OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Clarification on
the Timing for Retrofitting Surface
Impoundments under the Land Disposal
Restrictions Rule

Announces the proposed resolution of conflicting provisions
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 Section
3004(o).            ,
                                01/15/92

 D/ifer Number; EPty53Q-F*92-QQ1   Order Form; OSW
Environmental Factt Sheet:  Coke Listing
Determination Made Final

Announces EPA's final rule  listing seven wastes from the
coke by-products industry as hazardous. The rule does not
affect those wastes that are recycled back into the manufac-
turing process. In addition, process wastewaters are not be-
ing listed as hazardous.
                                08/15/92

. Order Number: EP^SSO-F-92-021  '  Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fadt Sheet:  Coke Ovens
Temporarily Exempted from BIF Rule
Provisions

Announces administrative stay on permitting standards for
boilers and industrial furnaces as applied to 34 coke ovens
that recycle hazardous waste.
                                08/15/91

.Order Number; EF?A,/53OSW-9i-Q64 ' Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fadt Sheet:  Controlling the
Impacts of Remediation Activities in or
Around Wetlands

Provides technical information useful in protecting wetlands
from the potential negative impacts caused by more com-
mon technologies used to remediate hazardous waste sites.
Addresses waste excavation and  surface  reconfiguration,
pumping and treating groundwater, and landfill capping and
runoff diversions.    ,
                                08/15/93

'" Order Number; &>A/530f&&Q2Q,   Order Form: OSW
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Delay of
 Closure Period for Hazardous Waste
 Facilities

 Amends requirements so permitted and interim-status land-
 fills, surface impoundments, and land treatment units may
 now be eligible to delay closure to receive  nonhazardous
 wastes after final receipt of hazardous waste.
                                 08/15/89

     9r Number: EPA/530-SW-89-007 Order Form;
Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting
Petitions and the Petition Review Process

Describes the rulemaking procedure that can lead to stand-
ard, conditional, or upfront exclusions on the obligation to
treat certain wastes as hazardous. Introduces facilities to the
steps  of the delisting petition review process with a focus
on information requirements and EPA methods of technical
evaluation.
                                 04/15/93

jordar Number. EP/V530-F93-005   Order Form: OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting
Regulation Amendment

Proposes that the existing language in 40 CFR Section
260.22(b) be deleted and substituted with language to clar-
ify additional factors regarding the mixture of solid and haz-
ardous wastes considered in a delisting evaluation.
                                06/15/89
{Order Number: EPA/530-SW-89-052  Order Form:
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Effective Date
Delayed for Landfill Financial Assurance
Requirements

Summarizes finalized rule under RCRA Subtitle D, which
delays the effective date for compliance with financial assur-
ance requirements for owners and operators of all municipal
solid waste landfill facilities until April 9,1997.
                                05/15/95

Iprder Number; SPA/530^-95-009   Order Form: OSW\
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Effective Date
 for Hazardous Debris Treatment
 Standards Extended One Year

 Extends the effective treatment date for most debris con-
 taminated with hazardous waste to May 8, 1993. This ex-
 tension is in response to the lack of treatment capacity for
 hazardous waste expressed by commenters to the January
 9, 1992, Proposed Rule on Land Disposal Restrictions for
 Newly Listed Wastes and Contaminated Debris.
                                 05/15/92

 Order Number: EPA/$3&F42-QQ& " * Order Form:'''
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Electronic
 Resources Guide

 Describes information about hazardous and nonhazardous
 solid waste available electronically.  Details how to access
 Office of Solid Waste Bulletin Board Systems,  EPA Public
 Access Servers available via both the Internet and modem,
 and electronic mailing lists (Listservers).
                                 07/15/95

 "Order Number; ฃPA/530-F~9&bu'  Oxter Form: OSW
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.
                                04/15/92

 Order Number; ฃP^/53Q~F~92*o67 \ Order Form:, pSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Amends
Monitoring Well Requirements for
Interim-Status Hazardous Waste Facilities

Amends standards applicable to owners and operators of
interim-status hazardous waste facilities. Owners and opera-
tors of facilities may use an  acceptable alternate location
when physical obstacles prevent the placement of monitor-
ing wells at a specified location.
                                01/15/92

 Order Number: ฃf?A/53(>$W-9W87 Order Form:, ,'OSW
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Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Amends
Primary Petroleum Sludge Listing

Clarifies  Primary Petroleum Sludge Listing of 1990.  Ex-
cludes non-contract, one-through cooling waters and floats
emanating from F038 units as a  result of biological treat-
ment.  EPA has requested  additional data  to  determine
whether wastes may justify a new listing.
                                 05/15/91

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Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Amends
Regulations Related to Third Party
Liability Coverage, Closure, and
Post-Closure Care

Announces amendments to EPA requirements governing fi-
nancial responsibility and assurance for hazardous waste fa-
cilities. These amendments modify the regulations under
RCRA governing the use and implementation of certain fi-
nancial instruments  used in demonstrating coverage  for
possible liability claims and closure and post-closure care
costs.
                                 08/15/92

                                            OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA
Announces Strategy for Hazardous Waste
Minimization and Combustion

Announces EPA's Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimiza-
tion and Combustion, which contains EPA's goals and vi-
sion  and outlines  a series  of actions  for the Agency's
hazardous waste program. Represents a major milestone in
EPA's ongoing commitment to determine how best to inte-
grate source reduction and environmentally sound recycling
into the national hazardous  waste management program
and how best to assure the public of safe operation of haz-
ardous waste combustion facilities.
                                 11/15/94
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 Sec-
tion 3001 (i) of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
(RCRA) and provides a statutory determination. Designates
that a hazardous waste determination should be made
when ash exits the combustion building following the com-
bustion and air pollution control processes. Allows combin-
ing  bottom ash and fly ash before making a hazardous
waste determination.
                                 01/15/95
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Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Finalizes
Listing of Wastes; from the Production of
Carbamates and Adds 58 Chemicals to the
Off-Specifications Product List

Amends the list of hazardous wastes generated from spe-
cific sources to include the following  additional  wastes:
K156 - organic waste from  the production of carbamates
and carbamoyl oximes; K157 - wastewaters from the produc-
tion of carbamates  and carbamoyl  oximes;  K158 - bag
house dust and filter/separation solids from the production
of carbamates and carbamoyl oximes; K159 - organics from
the treatment of thiocarbamate wastes;  K160 - solids from
the production of thiocarbamates and solids from the treat-
ment of thiocarbamate  wastes; K161 - purification solids,
bag house dust, and floor sweepings from the production of
dithiocarbamate acids and their salts (not including  K125
and K126); and 58 specific materials (commercial chemical
products or manufacturing chemical intermediates) that are
hazardous wastes if discarded or intended to be discarded.
Adds ERA Hazardous Waste Numbers K156 through K161
and the 58 specific toxic and acutely toxic products to the
Comprehensive Environmental Response,  Compensation,
and Liability Act (CERCLA) list of hazardous substances
and establishes CERCLA reportable quantities for these
materials.
                                02/15/95

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Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
for Purchasing Building Insulation
Containing Recovered Materials

Recommends that procuring agencies use minimum con-
tent standards for the amount of recovered materials in insu-
lation products.  EPA standards table is included.
                                06/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/530SW-91-044 Order Form: OSWl
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
for Purchasing Cement and Concrete
Containing Fly Ash

Recommends that coal fly ash is not to exceed a maximum
ratio of water to cementitious material [w/c+f)], where w, c,
and f represent weights of water, portland cement, and fly
ash, respectively.
                                01/15/92

 Order Number: EPA/530&W-91-086 Order Form:
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
for Purchasing Paper and Paper Products

Recommends that procuring agencies review paper specifi-
cations to remove subtle barriers for purchasing paper con-
taining recovered materials. Minimum standards tables are
included.
                                06/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/53 &SW-91-046 Order Form: OSW[


Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
for Purchasing Re-Refined Lubricating Oil

Recommends that procuring agents not require lubricating
oils containing re-refined oil meet any performance stand-
ard higher than that required of virgin lubricating oil.  In-
cludes  American Petroleum  Institute  (API)  and
military specifications.
                                06/15/91

 Order Number, EPA/5303W-91-043 Order Form: OSW'
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
for Purchasing Retread Tires

Refers to EPA's issued guideline for purchasing retread tires
from Nov. 17,  1988. Covers  recommended retread prefer-
ence,  obtaining  retreading  services, purchasing retread
tires, federal regulation of retread tires, and principal federal
procuring agencies.
                                06/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/53OSW-9W45 Order Form; OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues
Comprehensive Procurement Guideline

Announces EPA's Comprehensive  Guideline for Procure-
ment of Products Containing Recovered Materials and the
Recovered Materials Advisory Notice. Lists the 24 recycled-
content products in seven product categories for which gov-
ernment procuring agencies need  to develop  affirmative
procurement programs.  Describes a successful affirmative
procurement program, including the preference program;
promotion program; estimation, certification, and verification
program; and procedures to monitor and review the pro-
curement program.
                                04/15/95

, Order Number: ฃPA/530-F-95-OW ,,- Order Form:'QSW-
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues
Final Rule Regarding Liquids in Hazardous
Waste Landfills

Announces final ruling addressing the biodegradability and
compressibility of sorbed liquid wastes. Briefly describes the
ruling  with attention to EPA's  commitment to  finalizing
HSWA rulemaking on liquids in landfills.
                                11/15/92

 Order Number; EP/y53.Q-F-92-Q3Q ,  Ord<->rForm;&SW
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 Subtitle C. Addresses the time and cost
difficulties associated with managing  remediation  wastes.
Introduces Corrective Action Management Units (CAMUs)
and Temporary Units for remediation wastes in an effort to
ease corrective action.
                                03/15/93

 Order Number: EPA/53Q-F-93-OQ1    Order Form: OSW
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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.
                               02/15/92

'^Order Number: 'ฃPA/53Q-F~92J)02   Order form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues
New Guidance for Capacity Assurance
Planning

Announces revised approach to capacity assurance plan-
ning for 1993.
                               07/15/93

^p/der Number; EP/y&30-F-93-01&   Order Form:' OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues
New Treatment Standards for Certain
Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes

Announces an interim final rule that replaces the treatment
standard of deactivation for certain ignitable and corrosive
wastes. Announces new standards that  include numerical
treatment standards for hazardous constituents of these
wastes. Ruling is intended to bring the deactivation standard
for ignitable and corrosive wastes into full compliance with
RCRA.
                               05/15/93

                               Order Form: OSW
, Order Number; EPA/630-F-93-007
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes
Concentration-Based Treatment
Standards for Hazardous Constituents
Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed
in Clean Water Act Systems

Announces EPA's proposed innovative compliance options
for meeting requirements posed by the DC Circuit Court's
opinion on the Third Third land disposal restrictions for
ignitable, corrosive, and reactive wastes. Addresses ways to
integrate overlapping requirements under the Clean Water
Act and RCRA statutes to avoid duplication.
                               02/15/95

 Or^erNumber: Ef?A/53frF-9$-OQ2  .OrderForm,' OSW
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.
                               07/15/90

 Order Number:' 'ฃPfy53frSW-9Q-030 . Order Farm: OSW


Environmental Faclt Sheet: EPA Proposes
Revised Hazardous Waste Identification
Rule

Proposes an amendment to define hazardous waste by
either establishing concentration-based exemption levels for
some hazardous constituents found in certain wastes, or by
expanding the number of hazardous constituents in the Tox-
icity Characteristic rule. This proposal was withdrawn in the
October 30, 1992, Federal Register.
                               05/15/92

 Order Number; EP^530-F-9S-008 -  Order Form: OSW


Environmental Faclt Sheet: EPA Proposes
to Exempt Underground Storage Tanks
Petroleum-Contaminated  Media  and
Debris from RCRA Hazardous  Waste
Requirement

Announces a proposal to exempt media and debris con-
taminated by UST petroleum from certain  portions of the
RCRA Toxicity Characteristics rule. The rule finalizes the
temporary deferral found at 40 CFR 261.4 (b) (10). Explains
possible expansion of  the rule,  proposed  management
standards, and potential regulatory approaches.
                               02/15/93

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Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases
Final Rule on Liners and Leak Detection
Systems

Summarizes new requirements mandated by HSWA.  Re-
quirements institute minimum standards for double liners,
leachate collection and removal systems, leak detection sys-
tems, and construction quality assurance programs at haz-
ardous waste surface impoundments, landfills, and waste
piles.
                                01/15/92

 Order Number: EPA/530-SW-91-088 Order Form: OSW:
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases
RCRA Hazardous Waste Minimization
National Plan

Announces the release  of  EPA's final Hazardous Waste
Minimization National Plan. Sets national goals for reducing
constituents in hazardous waste that are persistent, bioac-
cumulative, and toxic.  Lists five national objectives:  (1) de-
velopment of a framework for setting national priorities; (2)
promotion of multimedia environmental benefits and preven-
tion of crossmedia transfers; (3) demonstration of a strong
preference for source reduction;  (4)  clear definition and
tracking of progress, promoting  accountability for EPA,
states, and industry; and (5) involvement of citizens in waste
minimization implementation decisions.
                                11/15/94

\ Order Number. EPA/530-F-94-028   Order Form: OSW ''
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases
the Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1991 Data)

Announces the release of the 1991 Biennial Reporting Sys-
tem data collection efforts. Provides highlights of the 1991
data on hazardous waste generation and management and
on hazardous waste shipping and receiving.
                                11/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530-F-94-039   Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Revises
Quality Assurance Measures for the
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
Procedure

Announces the removal of spike recovery correction require-
ments for TCLP testing. The removal makes testing require-
ments consistent with those outlined in EPA's manual on
RCRA testing methodology. Waste previously found to be
TC-hazardous using spike recovery correction must still be
managed as hazardous  until  reevaluated according to re-
vised TCLP testing procedure.
                                10/15/92

 Order Number. EPA/53Q-F-92-026    Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Revises
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste
(SW-846)

Announces a rule that authorizes an updated version of
EPA's main guidance document for RCRA test methods.
The rule declares that the Third Edition of SW-846 is the
appropriate testing methodology reference for all  RCRA
testing.
                                06/15/93

 Order Number, EPA/63Q-F-93-004  Order Form; OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Seeks
Public Involvement in Implementing Draft
Strategy on Hazardous Waste
Minimization and Combustion

Provides information on a series of public outreach  events
and actions associated with the implementation of the Draft
Strategy on Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combus-
tion, released  by EPA Administrator Carol Browner on May
18, 1993.
                                10/15/93

 Order Number: EPA/530-F-93-Q25   ' Order Form: OSW
                                                    Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Sets
                                                    Degradability Standards for Plastic Ring
                                                    Carriers

                                                    Announces EPA's promulgation of standards of photode-
                                                    gradability for plastic  ring carrier devices, commonly used
                                                    on beverage cans.  Provides two options for testing ring car-
                                                    riers to demonstrate that they degrade. Encourages devel-
                                                    opment of biodegradable plastics.
                                                                                    02/15/94

                                                     Order Number: EPA/530-F-94O09    Order Form:  OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Simplifies
Land Disposal Restrictions by
Establishing a Set of Universal Treatment
Standards,, and Finalizes Treatment
Standards for 42 Newly Listed and
Identified Wastes

Promulgates a set of universal treatment standards for more
than 200 constituents in an effort to simplify the land dis-
posal restrictions (LDR) program.  Finalizes LDR treatment
standards for 42 newly listed or identified wastes, including
coke by-product wastes, chlorotoluene wastes, and organic
toxicity characteristic (TC) wastes.  Promulgates regulations
requiring TC  pesticide  and highly concentrated ignitable
wastes be treated and not merely diluted prior to injection in
Class I nonhazardous deep injection wells.  Includes table of
regulated hazardous organic constituents, wastewater con-
centration total composition (mg/L),  and nonwastewater
concentration  total composition (mg/L).
                                08/15/94

 Order Number; EPA/53OF.-94-Q25   Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA to
Develop Guidance on the Use of the Terms
"Recycled91 and "Recyclable" in Product
Labeling and Advertising

Provides help on specific environmental marketing terms to
educate consumers and advise marketers. The terms  ad-
dressed are related to recycling solid waste materials. The
aim is to increase the use of recycled materials.
                                10/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/53O$W~91~072 Order Form:'OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA's Final
Conditional No-Migration Determination
for DOE's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
(WIPP)

Allows DOE to place limited amounts of waste in WIPP re-
pository for testing and experimentation.
                                11/15/90

 Order Number: ฃPA/530SW~9i-026 Order Form: OSW
Environmental F!ac1: Sheet: Final Cover
Requirements for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills

Announces cover requirements for municipal solid waste
landfills receiving waste after October 9, 1993. Also notifies
landfills that stop receiving waste between October 9, 1991,
and October 9, 1993, to comply with the federal require-
ments for the final cover, as explained in Section 258.60(a).
                                03/15/92

 Order Number: &A/6dQฎAf31:084  Order Form:
Environmental Faclt Sheet: Final
Modifications to the Wood Preserving
Regulations

Announces final rule that modifies several aspects of a 1990
rule that regulated wastes from the wood preserving indus-
try under RCRA.
                                10/15/92

 Order Number, EPA,/53Q-F-Q2-029   Order Form: OSW\
Environmental Faclt Sheet:  Final Rule for
Third Third Scheduled Wastes Completes
Statutory Requirements for Land Disposal
Restrictions

Explains fifth in series of five Land Disposal  Restrictions
(LDR) rulemakings.  Establishes treatment standards and ef-
fective 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.
                                05/08/90

 Order Number: EPA/53&$W-3QQ46 Order Form: OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet:  Final Rule to
Eliminate Mineral Processing Wastes from
the Bevill Amendment

Promulgates high-volume and low-hazard criteria for deter-
mining  which  mineral processing  wastes keep  exempt
status under Bevill exclusion.  Defines processing wastes as
opposed to beneficialion wastes, which are subject to regu-
lation as a solid waste under Subtitle D.
                                08/15/89

 Order Number: EPA,/63OSW-89-062 Order Form; OSW'
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Final Rule to
 Identify the Status of Twenty Mineral
 Processing Wastes Conditionally Retained
 within the Bevill Amendment

 Identifies the 5 wastes removed from exclusion and the  15
 wastes remaining within exclusion. Wastes no longer cov-
 ered by Bevill exclusion  will be evaluated  for hazardous
 characteristics.  Wastes exhibiting  one or  more charac-
 teristics of hazardous waste must be managed according to
 RCRA Subtitle C requirements.
                                 01/15/90

 Order Number: EPA/53&SW-9O013  Order Form; OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Final
Streamlined Regulations for Collecting
and Managing Universal Wastes

Announces 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 ensur-
ing their safe collection, recycling, handling, and treatment.
                                05/15/95

 Order Number: EPA/530-F-95-011    Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Financial
Assurance Mechanisms Proposed for
Landfill Operators

Summarizes EPA's proposal providing  local government
owners and operators of municipal solid waste landfills addi-
tional flexibility in  meeting federal financial assurance re-
quirements.
                                12/15/93

 Order Number: EPA/530-F-93-035   Order Form: O$W
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous
Waste Boilers and Industrial Furnaces
Now under Strict RCRA Regulations

Explains rulemaking in order to reduce and control toxic pol-
lutants from industrial furnaces and boilers that are burning
two million tons of hazardous waste a year. Applicable facili-
ties must obtain operating permits or stop burning waste.
This rulemaking  brings all facilities burning hazardous
wastes for energy recovery or treatment under full regulation
for first time.
                                12/15/90

 Order Number: EPA/530SW-91-014 Order Form: OSW
 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous
 Waste Management System; Final
 Codification Rule Correction

 Describes the corrective notice that makes current regula-
 tory language of 40 CFR 264.301 consistent with June 23,
 1987 U.S. Court of Appeals decision.
                                04/15/90

 Order Number:'EPA/530~SW-9Q~026 Order Form: OSW'
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous
 Waste Minimization - Interim Final
 Guidance for Generators

 Introduces EPA's interim final guidance on developing a ba-
 sic hazardous waste minimization program. The guidance is
 designed to help waste  management organizations and
 hazardous waste generators design  programs that fulfill
 RCRA provisions.
                                05/15/93

 Order Number; EPA/530-F-9&Q09  „ Order Form: OSW


 Environmental Fact Sheet: Interim Final
 Rule Suspending Application of the
 Toxicity Characteristic for Used
 Chlorofluorocarbon Refrigerants Being
 Reclaimed

 Discusses interim final rule suspending the application of
 toxicity characteristics for reclaiming used chlorofluorocar-
 bon refrigerants. Recycling used refrigerants is gaining ac-
 ceptance. Venting certain  chemicals, including refrigerants,
 will be prohibited effective  July 1, 1992.
                                02/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/S30-SW-91-Q28  Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Land Disposal
Restrictions - Second Third (Final)

Discusses EPA's final approach to implementing land dis-
posal restrictions of Second Third  hazardous wastes. Rule
establishes treatment standards based on performance of
Best Demonstrated Technology (BDAT), and specifies when
standards will be effective.
                                06/15/89

 Order Number: EPA/53Q3W-89-Q46  Order Form:'OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Large-Volume
Wastes from Coal-Fired Electric Utilities
Exempt as Hazardous Waste

Announces  EPA's determination that large-volume wastes
from coal-fired electric utilities pose minimal risks to human
health and the environment. Continues the exemption for fly
ash, bottom ash, boiler slag, and flue gas desulfurization
wastes. Recommends potential problems be addressed on
a site-specific basis.
                                 08/15/93

1 Order Number,. 'EPA/53Q~F~93~QU    Order form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Milestone!
Fifth Rulemakinig Finalizes Land Disposal
Restrictions

Completes six-year program. Treatment standards estab-
lished for wastes listed or identified before Nov. 8,  1984.
Hazardous waste management facilities must test treated
waste to verify that it meets standard. Land disposal facili-
ties must ensure that all waste disposal complies with land
disposal restrictions.
                                 05/08/90

 Order Number.  ฃP/\/53&SW~9&048 Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Listing of
Wastes from Primary Treatment of Oily
Wastewaters

Reports on published list, from May 19, 1980, for hazardous
wastes, including five wastes generated from petroleum re-
fining.  Under subsequent  rulemaking, all oil/water/solid
separator sludges and/or floats in primary treatment of oil
wastewater from petroleum refining would be regulated un-
der RCRA and Superfund as listed hazardous wastes.
                                 11/15/90

 Order Mumberi Ep4/5SO-SW-dO-04B ~ Order Form: OSW


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 transporters of used oil.
The controls, found at 40 CFR 279, diminish potential risks
and make it unnecessary to list recycled used oil as hazard-
ous waste.
                                 08/15/92

 'Order Number; EPA/530F&2-Q18    Order Form: OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet: Mercury in the
Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Stream

Describes EPA's examination of the major sources of mer-
cury in the MSW stream, such as batteries and paint resi-
dues.  Predicts a dramatic decrease in mercury discards in
the next several years due to source reduction and  recycling
efforts.
                                 07/15/92

       umber* EP/VS3Q-F-92-O17-   Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: More Public
Participation in RCRA and Revised
Combustion Permitting Procedures
Proposed

Proposes to expand public participation opportunities as
part of the implementation of the Draft Waste Minimization
and Combustion Strategy. Recommends expansion of op-
portunities for timely and effective public involvement in the
permitting process for all types of RCRA facilities. Improves
the regulations pertaining to permit modifications, clarifying
combustion modification classifications. Aligns certain in-
terim status requirements for combustion facilities with the
more stringent permit standards for new permitted facilities,
particularly with regard to trial burns.
                                 05/15/94

 Order Number:  EPA/83p&94QU~   Order Form: GStV.


Environmental Factt Sheet: Municipal
Landfill Regulations Mean Safer Disposal
of Solid Waste

Establishes comprehensive, protective standards for manag-
ing the nation's solid waste burden.  Specifies location provi-
sions and design, operating, and closure requirements for
landfills. Rule offers incentives for increasing source reduc-
tion and recycling nationwide.
                                 09/15/91

                                 Qrde/:Form:
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet:  Municipal
Solid Waste Prevention in Federal
Agencies

Highlights waste prevention opportunities in federal agen-
cies. Explains the  principles of waste prevention and pro-
vides examples of successful federal programs.
                                10/15/92

 Order Number: EPA/530f-92-016    Order Form: OSW
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 ge-
neric exclusion from hazardous waste regulations for slag
resulting from high temperature metal recovery processes.
Conditional exclusion from solid waste classification is being
granted for certain partially reclaimed material.
                                08/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/5303W-91-055 Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Nineteen
Eighty-Five National Biennial Report on
Hazardous Waste Generators and
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities

Introduces a two-volume 1985 Biennial Report that summa-
rizes nationwide data on hazardous waste generation and
management activities regulated by RCRA.
                                 03/15/89

 Order Number: EP/V530SW-89&33C   Order Form: OSW ".
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 fi-
nalizes the September 1991 Supplemental Proposal to re-
evaluate the 1986 decision not to list used oil as hazardous
waste.
                                 05/15/92

 Order Number: EPA/53OF-92-006    Order Form:  OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  No Land
Disposal Standards Amendment

Reschedules land ban restrictions for nonwastewater forms
of wastes disposed of before August 17, 1998 or generated
in the course of treating wastewater forms of listed wastes.
EPA postpones effective date for land ban standards until
May 8, 1990. Rescheduling is intended to correct earlier er-
roneous premises.
                                05/01/89

 Order Number: EPA/53&SW-89-Q44 Order Form:" O&W,
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Notification of
Groundwater Monitoring Policy for
Delisting Petitions

Clarifies  the  authority of  EPA to require and evaluate
groundwater data for de-listing purposes. Requirement will
apply only if units containing petitioned waste are required
under current regulations to have a groundwater monitoring
system.
                                10/15/89

 Order Number: EPA/53fr$W~89-0$4 Order Form:-OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Options
Proposed for Managing Discarded
Fluorescent and Other Lights That
Contain Mercury

Proposes two options for managing spent mercury-contain-
ing lights, such as fluorescent bulbs and high intensity dis-
charge (HID)  lamps:  (1) exclusion of mercury-containing
lamps from regulation as hazardous waste if disposed of in
certain municipal solid waste landfills (MSWLFs) or mer-
cury-reclamation facilities (prohibits incineration in municipal
waste combustors); (2)  addition  of  mercury-containing
lamps to the  proposed universal waste system  for certain
widely generated hazardous wastes  (primarily  nickel-cad-
mium batteries and canceled pesticides),  allowing gener-
ators  to  ship their lamps without  a  hazardous  waste
manifest and store lamps for a longer time.
                                07/15/94

 Order Number:, EPA/53&F-94-022   Order Form; OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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  Environmental Fact Sheet:  Plastics:  The
  Facts About Production, Use, and Disposal

  Presents EPA's Report to Congress on methods to manage
  and control plastic wastes. Discusses major types of plastics
  and their uses. Looks at where plastics go and resulting dis-
  posal problems.  EPA believes source reduction and  recy-
  cling will provide the most significant results in reducing the
  impact of plastics in the environment.
                                  02/15/90

  "Order Number; EPA/53frSW-90~Ol 7A , Order Form; OSW
           The
  Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics:
  Facts on Source Reduction

  Presents EPA's Report to Congress on methods to manage
  and control plastic wastes. Outlines EPA's belief that source
  reduction is the best method for reducing environmental im-
  pacts from wastes,  by decreasing the amount or toxicity of
  materials that are thrown away.

                                  02/15/90

  '/Order Number;  EPA/S3&SW4Q-Q17C Order Form; ..OSW


  Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for
  Basel Convention Aim to Prevent
  Pollution, Reduce Risk, and Promote
 Recycling

 Issues recommendations to Congress for implementing the
 Basel  Convention.  Asks Congress to ban the export of
 nearly all hazardous wastes,  municipal wastes, and munici-
 pal  incinerator ash  (known as covered  wastes)  beyond
 North  American  borders.   Emphasizes the principles of
 waste  minimization to make the U.S. more self-sufficient in
 the management and disposal of its wastes.  Fosters appro-
 priate recycling of low hazard materials (e.g., scrap paper
 glass, textiles, scrap metals) 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.
                                 03/15/94

 'Order Number: ZPA/53Q-F-94-O11    Order Form:' O$W


 Environmental Fact Sheet: Properly
 Managing Used Oil Filters

Supports the recycling of properly drained used oil filters
and their parts. Provides information on recycling or correct
disposal of oil filters.  Includes a checklist for properly drain-
ing oil filters.
-OrderNumber: Ef>A/53Q-F~92-Q,lQ
07/15/94

Order Form: OSW
                                                              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
                      Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed No
                      Migration Variances to the Land Disposal
                      Restrictions of Hazardous Wastes
 Announces a  proposed rule to create a comprehensive
 substantive,  and procedural framework  for no migration'
 petitions.
                                  08/15/92
  Order, Number: B=WS3&F-d2-020    Order Form: OSW


 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed
 Rulemaking on Corrective Action for Solid
 Waste Management Units at Hazardous
 Waste Management Facilities
                      Establishes a comprehensive set of procedural and techni-
                      cal standards for investigation and cleanup of facilities that
                      receive permits  for managing hazardous wastes under
                      RGRA. Provides framework for making cleanup decisions
                      that are consistent with regulations. Provides impetus for in-
                      creased state role in environmental cleanup.
                                                      07/15/90

                      Order Number: EPA/S3frSW-9(W67  Order Form; OSW


                     Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed
                     Standards for Nonmunicipal Solid Waste
                     Facilities
                     Describes proposed regulations for disposal facilities that
                     may receive waste from conditionally exempt small quantity
                     generators (CESQG). Announces EPA's intention to impose
                     less costly requirements that  adequately  protect human
                     health and the environment because risks from these facili-
                     ties are relatively small.

                                                     05/15/95

                                                     Ord&r Form; OSW
, Order Nurnber, EPA/530-F-95-Q12
                    Environmental Fact Sheet: Recycled Coke
                    Wastes Exempt from Hazardous Waste
                    Regulation

                    Announces that coke by-product residues returned to coke
                    ovens or mixed with coal tar are not to be listed as hazard-
                    ous waste. By excluding coke by-product from RCRA regula-
                    tion, the final rule encourages legitimate hazardous waste
                    recycling over disposal.

                                                    06/15/92

                    'Order Number: EPA/53Q-F-92-013 '  Order Form; OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Recycling
Grass Clippings __ _

Recommends leaving grass clippings on lawns. Explains
that this practice is environmentally desirable and good for
lawns.
                                 07/15/92

    er Number;  EPA/530^-92-012    Order Form: OSW
                                             "'" .....
Jpw
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Recycling
Municipal Solid Waste:  1994 Facts and
Figures	

Describes nine of the primary components of the municipal
solid waste (MSW) stream, along with their generation rate,
the percentage of the MSW stream they compose, and their
recovery rate.
                                05/15/95

                 "	      Order Form; OSW
 {brier Number: EPA/530f-95-Q05
 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Regulations
 for Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers
 and Industrial Furnaces Clarified	

 Announces amendment to the regulations governing  the
 burning of hazardous waste in boilers and industrial  fur-
 naces (BIFs). Lists technical clarifications that provide guid-
 ance and correct unintended consequences of the rule.
                                 08/15/92
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Report
Analyzes Municipal Waste Combustion
Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates	

Characterizes MWC ash, laboratory extracts of MWC ash,
and leachates from ash disposal facilities. Combined bot-
tom and fly ash samples from five state-of-the-art mass burn
municipal waste  combustion facilities were collected. Re-
sults indicated low concentrations of PCDDs/PDDFs and
Appendix IX semivolatile compounds. Levels for lead and
cadmium were frequently exceeded.  One extract exceeded
mercury level, but no extract from other extraction proce-
dures exceeded regulatory levels.
                                03/15/90

 Order Number:  EPA/63Q&N4&O2QC Order form: OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet:  Report to
Congress on Flow Control and Municipal
Solid Waste	

Announces EPA's Report to Congress on Flow Control and
 Municipal Solid  Waste.  Indicates that flow controls are an
 administratively effective tool for local governments to plan
 and fund solid waste management systems. Discusses how
 protection of human health and the environment is related
 to implementation and enforcement of federal, state, and lo-
 cal environmental regulations rather than flow control meas-
 ures.  Points out that flow  control is not  essential  for
 developing municipal solid waste management capacity or
 for achieving recycling goals.
                                  03/15/95
 ^Order Number; EPA/530-F-92-022    Order Form: OSW<     Order Number; EPA/530-F-95J>08    Order Form: OSW
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory
 Determination Issued for Cement Kiln
 Dust	
 Discusses the need for stricter management controls for ce-
 ment kiln dust (CKD) and the Agency's plan to develop spe-
 cific controls that prevent damage to ground and potable
 waste and reduce health risks associated with breathing
 and ingesting dust from cement kilns.
                                  01/15/95
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Revisions
 Proposed to Post-Closure Landfill
 Requirements

 Proposes changes to the post-closure care regulations for
 hazardous waste landfills under RCRA. Recommends elimi-
 nation of the existing post-closure permit requirement and
 expansion of states' RCRA programs to include corrective
 action authority for interim status facilities.
                                  12/15/94
                                  Order Form: OSW      Order Number: EPA/530-F-94-043   Order Form; OSW
                   For ordering instructions, go to Sect/on 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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  Environmental Fact Sheet: Small
  Communities and the Municipal Landfill
  Regulations

  Establishes comprehensive, protective standards for the dis-
  posal of municipal solid waste at approximately 6,000 land-
  fills. An effort was made to reduce impacts of regulations on
  small communities.
                                  09/15/91

   Order Number: EPA/53OSW-9W67 Order Form: OSW


  Environmental Fact Sheet:  Some
  Deadlines in Federal Regulations
  Extended for Small Landfills; Extra Time
  Provided to Landfills in Midwest Flood
  Regions

  Announces  extensions to compliance with federal regula-
  tions for municipal solid waste landfills for smaller communi-
  ties nationwide and for landfills in the Midwest experiencing
  a strain on their disposal capacity due to the 1993 flood. In-
  cludes a detailed summary chart of changes to the effective
  dates.
  Order Number; EPA/53Q-F-93-024
09/15/93

Order Form: OSW
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Source
 Reduction and Combustion of Hazardous
 Waste

 Introduces a directive issued to EPA Regional Offices outlin-
 ing the importance of source reduction and a series of pro-
 tective actions  to  be taken  during the  permitting of
 hazardous waste boilers and industrial furnaces (BIFs). Also
 introduces guidelines for requiring waste minimization pro-
 grams at BIFs. Provides background facts and figures as
 well as a description of current EPA objectives and actions.
                                 05/15/93

 Order Number EPA/S30-F-93-010   Order Form: OSW


 Environmental Fact Sheet: SWICH:  EPA's
 National Solid Waste Information
 Clearinghouse

 Describes basic functions of Solid Waste Information Clear-
 inghouse (SWICH), whose  mission is to serve as a central
source for municipal solid waste information. Includes infor-
mation on SWICH library system and access to Electronic
Bulletin Board.

                                 01/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/530-SW-91-025 'Order Form: OSW
                     Environmental Fact Sheet: Temporary
                     Suspension of the Toxicity Characteristic
                     in Non-UST Petroleum-Product Cleanups
                     Proposed
                     Announces a proposal to temporarily suspend the Toxicity
                     Characteristic rule for non-UST petroleum-contaminated me-
                     dia in states with adequate petroleum  cleanup programs
                     The suspension is  intended to  enhance  and  accelerate
                     cleanups while avoiding burdensome regulation.
                                                     12/15/92

                     Order Number:  EPA/530-F-92-023    Order Form: OSW


                     Environmental Fact Sheet:  The Facts
                     About Plastics in the Marine Environment
Presents EPA's Report to Congress on methods to manage
and control plastic wastes. Identifies plastics found in the
marine environment and their sources. Includes problems
caused by plastic wastes. Major impacts are entanglement
and mgestion by marine animals and aesthetic and eco-
nomic losses caused by lost fishing gear and by litter on
beaches.

                                02/15/90

 Order Number. EPA/5303W4CW17B Order Form: OSW
                    Environmental Fact Sheet:
                    Degradable Plastics
                               The Facts on
                    Explains EPA's Report to Congress on methods to manage
                    and  control plastic wastes. Degradable  plastics  are engi-
                    neered by photodegradalion and biodegradation. Discusses
                    how degradable plastics fit into solid waste solutions of re-
                    ducing waste, landfilling, recycling, and incineration.
                                                    02/15/90

                    Order Number: EPA/530-SW-90-017D Order Form:  OSW
                   Environmental Fact Sheet:
                   Recycling Plastics
                              The Facts on
                   Explains EPA's Report to Congress on methods to manage
                   and control plastic wastes. Plastics used in consumer prod-
                   ucts are technically recyclable, but collection,  separation
                   and cleaning of products have proven to be difficult and
                   sometimes expensive. Less than one percent of plastics cur-
                   rently are being recycled.

                                                   02/15/90

                    Order Number: EPA/530-SW-9Q-017E Order Form; OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet: The National
Corrective Action Prioritization System

Describes the National Corrective Action Prioritization Sys-
tem (NCAPS), a system set up to efficiently and consistently
assess the relative cleanup priority of RCRA facilities. Intro-
duces NCAPS ranking and how rankings are used.
                                 01/15/93
 Order Number:  EPA/530-F-92-027   Order Form: OSW;


Environmental Fact Sheet: Tighter
Controls Proposed for Hazardous Waste
Incinerators	

Proposes to amend regulations governing incinerators that
burn hazardous waste. Proposal designed to  reduce and
control toxic pollutants such as metals and organic emis-
sions and to ensure uniform regulations of all devices burn-
ing hazardous waste. Rule broadens definition of industrial
furnace to include nonflame combustion devices.  Clarifies
or revises regulatory status of carbon regeneration units,
sludge dryers, and plasma arc and infrared incinerators.
                                 03/15/90
 ^Order Number: EPA/5303W-90-015  Order Form:  OSW'
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Toxicity
 Characteristic Rule Finalized   	

 Discusses final Toxicity Characteristic rule that adds 25 or-
 ganic chemicals to the existing list of eight metals and six
 pesticides  regulated under RCRA. Establishes regulatory
 levels for new organic chemicals listed.  Replaces Extraction
 Procedure Leach Test with Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
 Procedure.
                                  03/15/90

 ] Order Number: EPA/53&SW-89-045  Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Treatment
Standards Finalized for 20 Newly Listed
Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous Debris

Announces  land disposal restriction (LDR) rules for 20
newly listed  hazardous wastes.  Wastes include recent pe-
troleum refining wastes (F037 and F038), wastes from un-
symmetrical  dimethylhydrazine (K107-K110), wastes from
dinitrotoluene and toluenediamine (K111 and K112), wastes
from ethylene dibromide (K117 K118, and K136), wastes from
ethylenebisdithiocarbamic  acid (K123-K126), wastes from
methyl bromide (K131 and K132), and additional organic U
wastes (U328, U353, and U359). Describes additional com-
ponents of the LDR rules,  including  regulations for hazard-
ous debris and containment buildings.
                                 06/15/92

  Order Number: EPA/53Q-F-92-Q11  '  Order Form:, OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet: Update
Released on Solid Waste Management in
the United States	

Announces the release of  Characterization of Municipal
 Solid Waste in the United States:   1994 Update. Summa-
 rizes the amount of waste  generated and the  impact of
 waste prevention and recycling.
                                  02/15/95

  Order Number: EPA/530-F-94-042    Order Form: OSW


 Environmental Fact Sheet: Waste Export
 and Import Act of 1991      	

  Proposes legislation to implement requirements of Basel
  Convention, the first major international agreement address-
  ing the import and export of hazardous and other wastes.
                                  05/15/91

  Order Number: EPA/53OSW~91~05Q  Order Form: OSW
                                                      Environmental Fact Sheet: Wastes
                                                      Generated during the Production of
                                                      Chlorinated Toluenes Listed as Hazardous

                                                      Announces final rule listing three waste streams generated
                                                      from production of chlorinated toluenes (K149, K150, K151)
                                                      as hazardous wastes. The rule sets the reportable quantity
                                                      at 10 pounds.
                                                                                       10/15/92

                                                        Order Number: EPA/S30-F-92-028   Order Form: OSW
                   For ordering instructions, go to Sect/on 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Wood
 Preserving Wastes Listed as Hazardous

 Presents three wastes generated by wood preserving indus-
 try (F032, F034, F035) that have been added to EPA's lists
 of hazardous wastes requiring regulation. Finalizes portion
 of December 1988 proposed rule. Management standards
 for drip pads included.
                                  11/15/90

  Order Number; EPA/5Q&SW-91-QQ8  Order Form; OSW


 Environmental Fact Sheet: Wood Surface
 Protection Wastes Proposed as Hazardous

 Describes the proposed listing of wood surface protection
 wastes as hazardous. The rule would classify protectant us-
 ing a concentration of pentachlorophenate greater than 0.1
 parts per million as hazardous.
                                 04/15/93

 Order Number  EP/V59Q-F-9$-QQ6~*~, Order Fqrm:~Q$W


 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Yard Waste
 Composting

 Presents   EPA recommendation  for  composting  yard
 wastes instead of putting them in landfills. Provides how-to
 information.
                                 01/15/91

 Border Number: EPSy63QSW-91-Q()9  Order Form:  OSW


 EP Toxicity Characteristic (4O CFR
 261.24); Identification and Listing of
 Hazardous Waste under RCRA, Subtitle C,
 Section 30O1

 Describes process by which EPA identified and defined Ex-
traction Procedure Toxicity Characteristic. Presents rationale,
assumptions, models, and scientific studies employed in de-
fining extraction procedure toxicity.  Discusses comments
received on proposed characteristics and changes made in
response to comments.
                     EPA Activities under RCRA of 1976 -
                     Annual Report to the President and
                     Congress, Fiscal Year 1977

                     Describes activities of EPA during FY 1977 in carrying out
                     mandates and authorizations of RCRA. Covers activities re-
                     lated to state and local program development, land disposal
                     provisions,  hazardous waste regulation, resource  recovery
                     and waste reduction, and public participation and informa-
                     tion. Summaries from EPA Regional offices compiled to in-
                     dicate activities  throughout country.  Lists  reports  and
                     publications issued during year.
                     (EPA/SW-663)                    02/01/78
                      Order Number: PB88-1976Q3
                                OrderFprm: NTIS
                     EPA Activities undler RCRA - Annual
                     Report to the President and Congress.
                     Fiscal Year 1978

                     Describes activities of EPA during fiscal year 1978 in carry-
                     ing out mandates and authorizations of RCRA. Covers ac-
                     tivities planned for 1979 and activities related to state and
                     local program development,  land disposal provisions, and
                     public participation and education. Summaries from  EPA
                     Regional offices compiled to indicate activities throughout
                     country. Lists reports and publications issued during year.
                                                    03/15/79

                                                    'OrderForm: OSW
Order Number: BFA/SW-755
                    EPA Administrator Browner Announces
                    New Hazardous Waste Reduction and
                    Combustion Strategy

                    Documents Administrator Carol M. Browner's new hazard-
                    ous waste reduction and combustion strategy in a press re-
                    lease format. The strategy prioritizes waste reduction and
                    sets reduction guidelines for hazardous waste  producers.
                    Provides quotes from Browner's announcement.
                                                    05/18/93

                    , Order Number, EPA/S30-F-9&OW   Order Form; OSW
 Ottier Number 'PB&1-18S027
05/01/80

Order Form: NTfS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 infec-
tious waste and  recommended practices for packaging,
treatment,  storage, transportation, and  disposal of wastes.
Contains  updated summary of state requirements and
regulations.
(EPA/530-SW-86-014)                05/15/86
 Order Number: PB86-199 130
Order Form: NTIS
EPA Lists Public Involvement
Opportunities on Administrator's
Combustion Strategy (Press Advisory)

Announces series of meetings and notices that provide op-
portunities  for public comments on the Draft Strategy on
Hazardous  Waste  Minimization and Combustion released
by EPA Administrator Carol Browner on May 18, 1993.
                                 09/24/93

  Order Number: EPA/530-F-93-029   Order Form:  OSW


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 applicable to owners
 and operators of  hazardous waste management facilities.
 Covers criteria for equivalence  determinations, trust funds,
 surety bonds, letters of credit, and closure or postclosure
 insurance.
                                  09/01/82
  Order Number: PB87-157475
 Order Form:-.NTIS'
 Evaluating Cover Systems for Solid and
 Hazardous Waste	

 Describes 39 steps to evaluate plans pertinent to sequence
 of designing, constructing, and maintaining effective cover
 over solid and hazardous waste. Evaluations consider soils,
 site  conditions, details of cover design, and postclosure
 maintenance and contingencies.
 (EPA/SW-867)                     09/15/82
                    Evaluation Guidelines for Toxic Air
                    Emissions from Land Disposal Facilities

                    Provides technical guidance to evaluate the potential emis-
                    sions 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.
                                                     08/01/81

                     Order Number: PB87-1574W/AS    Order Form: NTIS
Executive Summaries of Roundtables on
Hazardous Waste Minimization and
Combustion	

Summarizes the proceedings of the National and Regional
Roundtables on Hazardous Waste Minimization and Com-
bustion held in Washington, DC (November 15-18, 1993),
San Francisco (April 16, 1994), Houston (April 23, 1994), Chi-
cago (April 30, 1994), and Atlanta (May 7, 1994). Highlights
topics discussed and recommendations made.
                                 11/15/94

 Order Number; EPA/530-R-94-041   Order Form: OSW


Exposure Assessment Guidance for RCRA
Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities;
Draft       	

Transmits recommendations on implementing the Agency's
guidance on conducting indirect exposure assessments. In-
cludes implementation guidance for conducting indirect ex-
posure analysis at RCRA  combustion units,  products  of
incomplete combustion (PIC) list, guidance on trial burns,
and guidance for performing screening level risk analysis at
combustion facilities.
                                  04/15/94

  Order Number: 'EPA/630-R-94-021    Order Form: OSW
  Order Number: PB87-154 894
 Order Form: NTiS
                   for ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Fact Sheet: Final Air Emissions Standards
Under the Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act (RCRA) for Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities: Tanks, Surface Impoundments,
and Containers

Promulgates rule reducing organic air emissions from sur-
face impoundments, tanks, and/or containers at hazardous
waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs).
Requires the installation, operation, and maintenance of or-
ganic emission control equipment on all tanks, surface im-
poundments, and containers that manage hazardous waste
with an average volatile organic content equal to 10 parts
per million by weight (ppmw) or more.  Mandates use of
covers and venting of collected organic vapors to a control
device that reduces the organics in the vapor stream by 95
percent.
                                11/16/94

 Order Number: EPA/53Q;F-94J)41   „ Order Form: OBW,
                            yf    " f  •>

Fate and Transport of Hazardous
Constituents; Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 30CM

Presents two sections.  The first section  is a compilation of
physical and chemical properties of 195 hazardous constitu-
ents. 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.
                                05/01/80
 Order.Number: PB81-190027
Federal Recycling Program
'Order Form; NTIS
Describes the federal office paper recycling program. En-
courages federal employees to participate in the program.
                                07/15/92

 Order Number: EPA/53Q-F-92-Q14   Order Form: OSW
                    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 post-
                    closure plans. Identifies major issues that affect closure re-
                    quirements, with clarification of definitions. Focuses on six
                    specific types of closing: tanks, surface impoundments,
                    land treatment facilities, landfills, incinerators, and multiple
                    process facilities.
                                                    11/15/81
                     prd&iNumber; 'PBft7-~fa3 397,
                                Order Form; NTIS
                    Final Interim Status Standards for Surface
                    Impoundments (40 CIFR 265.22O);
                    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 standards.  Dis-
                    cusses the need for regulation from public health and envi-
                    ronmental standpoints.   Provides a synopsis of proposed
                    regulations. Includes analysis of issues, including proposed
                    regulations and rationale, comments received, Agency's re-
                    sponse and final regulatory language. References  and ap-
                    pendices included.
                                                    04/15/80
                    . Order Number: PB81-185 001
                                Order Form; NTIS
Financial Assurance Ifor 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 finan-
cial responsibility is provided for proper closure and postclo-
sure care of hazardous waste facilities. Introduction provides
a general background for understanding financial require-
ments and manual organization. An overview of require-
ments is included in Chapter II.  Subsequent chapters deal
with trust funds, surety bonds, letters of credit, insurance, fi-
nancial test and corporate guarantee, state-required mecha-
nisms, and assumption of responsibility.
(EPA/SW-955)                     05/15/82
                                                     Order Number: PB82-237 ~S95
                                                    Order Form: NTt$"
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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Financial Requirements (40 CFR 264 and
265, Subpart H); Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004

Presents standards developed by EPA for financial require-
ments for owners and operators of hazardous waste facili-
ties as part of  Interim Status Standards - Subpart H,
Financial Requirements. Only covers portions of Subpart H
that were promulgated on May 19, 1980, and technical
amendments to regulations.
                                01/15/81
umber, PB81-189 326
                                Order form:'- Ntl$ l
Financial Requirements; Interim Status
Standards (40 CFR 265, Subpart H); Final
Draft Guidance

Assists regional offices in implementing sections of interim
status regulations relevant to closure and postclosure cost
estimates. Section should be read in conjunction with guid-
ance for closure and postclosure plans. Document empha-
sizes interim status.
(EPA/SW-913)                     01/15/84
I Order Number: PB88-197595
                        Order Form: A/77S
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 ap-
pendices.
(EPA/SW-352)                    01/15/74
• Order Number: PB255 139/8
40 CFR Parts 190-259
                        Order Form: NJISi
Codifies the general and permanent rules published in the
Federal Register by the  U.S. Environmental  Protection
Agency pertaining  to  the Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act (RCRA).
                               07/01/94

 Order Number: 869-022-00149-3    Order Form: GPO
                                           40 CFR Parts 260-299
                                           Codifies the general and permanent rules published in the
                                           Federal Register by the U.S.  Environmental Protection
                                           Agency pertaining  to  the  Resource  Conservation and
                                           Recovery Act (RCRA).
                                                                           07/01/94

                                            ^Ordef Number? $69^22-001 &&?     Order, Form:
Fourth Report to Congress: Resource
Recovery and Waste Reduction

Reviews current status of resource recovery and waste re-
duction programs. Presents new findings on resource recov-
ery and waste reduction from  EPA studies, investigations,
and technology demonstration projects.  Includes bibliog-
raphy of relevant EPA publications.
(EPA/SW-600)                    08/01/77
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 30O4

Provides Agency support and rationale for regulating haz-
ardous waste in tanks and in chemical, physical and biologi-
cal  treatment facilities.  Contains  definitions,  damage
incidents, and description of precedents set for regulation.
Describes proposed regulation and summarizes comments
and Agency's response to comments and rationale for final
regulation. Proposes two new requirements concerning com-
prehensive inspection of tanks and control of air emissions.
                                12/15/80

, Order Number: PB81-19Q 060 „     Order Form: NTtS *
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 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.
                               12/15/80

                           ฐ   , Order "Form: NTISฐ
                              V  "*   > f     ^ f"-^


 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.
                               04/15/80
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 Agency support for imposing general waste analy-
sis standards at hazardous waste management facilities. Ad-
dresses Congressional authority for regulation.  Provides
examples of damage incidents and describes precedents
for regulation set by state and/or  other federal statutes.
Summarizes and responds to comments received on
proposed regulations, giving Agency's rationale for final
regulations.
Generation and management of CESQG
Waste

Summarizes existing  data on the waste generation and
management practices of conditionally exempt small quan-
tity generators (CESQG).  Includes data on the number of
CESQGs and the volume of CESQG waste. Discusses ma-
jor CESQG waste generating  industries, major CESQG
waste types, and CESQGs waste management practices.
Appendices provide detailed  information on the source of
information, list state  requirements for CESQGs, and cite
available federal and state documents that encourage pollu-
tion prevention and proper waste management  by CESQGs.
(EPA/530-R-95-017)               07/15/94

'• f6rSer lumber: ;
$98,
                               'Order Pom: A/f/S
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 con-
trol parameters.
(EPA/530-SW-87-011)  '<            03/15/87

 O/ctef Number:' PB88-1 ?Q fee      Order Form: NTfS


Geochemical Modeling of Mine Pit Water:
An Overview and Application of Computer
Codes

Evaluates  the suitability of hydrogeochemical computer
modeling  codes BALANCE,  MINTEQA2, PHREEQE, WA-
TEQF, and WATEQF4 to the task of modeling postmining pit
water geochemistry. Discusses the advantages and disad-
vantages of these codes for  pit water modeling.  Provides
detailed descriptions of the  operation of  each  software
code. Includes a detailed discussion of introductory aque-
ous geochemistry and how the concepts are integrated into
chemical models.
(EPA/530-R-95-012)               12/15/94

 Order Niftpber: PB9S-191 28Q, '     Order Form:'NTfS
                               04/29/80
     r Number; 'PB81-18T406
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Geotechnical Systems for Structures on
Contaminated Sites; Technical Guidance
Document

Addresses some of the technical aspects of contaminated
site remediation and redevelopment. 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 may be technically feasible to
build functional structures that can mitigate some environ-
mental hazards. Includes background information on the
corrective action program, suitable conditions for structural
development, major categories of contaminated sites, selec-
tion of site-design measures, design components and con-
figurations,   measures of  coverage  effectiveness,   and
examples of sites.
(EPA/530-R-93-002)                 08/15/93
 Order Number: PB93-209 419
Order Form: NTIS
Green Advertising Claims
Helps consumers decide about the environmental claims of
products. Cautions against vague claims, claims of biode-
gradability, and claims that products are ozone-friendly. Pro-
vides government information sources.
                                 10/15/92

 Order Number: EPA/530-F-92-024    Order Form: OSW
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 Agency support for setting groundwater monitor-
ing standards at hazardous  waste management facilities.
Facilities must monitor movement of ground water to detect
contaminants  as early as possible. Specifies monitoring
requirements.
                                 05/20/80
                    Groundwater Monitoring Guidance for
                    Owners and Operators of Interim Status
                    Facilities

                    Assists owners and operators of hazardous waste manage-
                    ment facilities required to meet groundwater monitoring
                    standards. Discusses purpose of groundwater monitoring
                    requirements and presents rationale behind policy.  Com-
                    mentary on regulations includes methods for updating and
                    revising ongoing programs.
                    (EPA/SW-963)                     03/15/83
                     Order Number: PB83~20944$
                                Order Form: NT($
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 popula-
tion. Disposal areas include surface impoundments, seep-
age  facilities,   landfills,  and  land  treatment  facilities.
Calculations presented for quick reference.
                                12/15/80

 Order Number: PB87-165 678/AS   Order Form; NTtS
                    Guidance Document: Seismic
                    Considerations in Hazardous Waste
                    Management Facilities

                    Documents Agency support for regulations prohibiting haz-
                    ardous waste management facilities from locating within
                    200 feet of a fault that has had displacement in Holocene
                    time (approximately last 11,000 years). Addresses final ruling
                    on surface fault displacement. Includes description of regu-
                    lation and consequences of noncompliance. Appendices
                    discuss earthquakes  and  faults, types  of fault  displace-
                    ments, and holocene deposits.
                                                    12/29/80

                     Order Number: P&87-155 5&2/AS   Order Form: A/775
 Order Number: PB81-189797
Order Form: NTIS
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 Guidance for Capacity Assurance
 Planning; Capacity Planning Pursuant to
 CERCLA Section 104(c)(9)

 Provides guidance to the states on how to assure adequate
 hazardous waste treatment and disposal capacity for meet-
 ing the requirements of Section  104(c)(9) of CERCLA by
 preparing the 1993 hazardous waste capacity assurance
 plans (CAPs). Includes an overview of the capacity assur-
 ance planning process, base-year data, projections, and in-
 formation on addressing shortfalls,
 (EPA/530-R-93-014)                05/15/93
               F&&8088&
                                 Order Form:
Guidance for Facility Management
Planning; Draft

Provides guidance developing multiyear strategies, the third-
step of the facility management planning process. Designed
to encourage coordination among state and EPA enforce-
ment officials and permitting entities.
                                 07/01/85
               PB87-188 090
                                 Order Form: A/775
 Guidance for Implementing the RCRA
 Dioxin Listing Rule

 Supplies states and EPA regions with guidance on imple-
 menting RCRA listing of CDFs. Gives consensus positions
 of various enforcement offices for major response issues of
 RCRA and CERCLA programs. Issues and proposed resolu-
 tions are summarized.
                                 08/01/85

                             ,-„ ^ Ord.er Forrr); NTtS


 Guidance for Permit Writers:  Facilities
 Storing Hazardous Waste in Containers

 Provides permit writers systematic approach to evaluate per-
 mit applications from facilities that store hazardous waste in
containers. Includes details about design, equipment, and
specific procedures for evaluating data submitted by permit
applicants. Contains topical bibliographies.
                                 11/02/82

                                Order Form; /V77ST
  Guidance for the Analysis of Refinery
  Wastes

  Provides companion document to SW-846.  Describes and
  directs modifications applied to samples from petroleum-re-
  fining waste  streams. Describes analytical constraints  im-
  posed by waste stream residual samples as contrasted to
  what can be described as. environmental residual samples.
                                  07/05/85

  Order Number; PB97-1S4-91Q/A&    Order Form; HTtS


 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 fa-
 cility owners and operators who prepare closure and post-
 closure 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.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-009A)             -| 1/15/86

  Order Numbee: ~PB87~15S 994/AS   Order Form: NTtS


 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 re-
 gional personnel in developing closure and postclosure cost
 estimates for land  disposal  technologies. Contains work-
 sheets for recording cost estimates for closure and postclo-
 sure plans. Contains worksheets for estimating all types of
 closure and postclosure costs and summary worksheets for
totalling facility costs.
(EPA/530-SW-87-009B)              11/15/86

                                 '6rderForm;  NTIS
            ; PB88-W5889
                For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 de-
veloping closure and  postclosure cost estimates for land
disposal technologies. Provides guidance to user in com-
pleting worksheets in Volumes I and II.
(EPA/530-SW-87-009C)             11/15/86

 Order Number: PB87-159018/AS   Order Form: NTIS


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 computa-
tions performed in developing unit cost and describes as-
sumptions made in developing unit costs.
(EPA/53OSW-87-Q09D)              11/15/86

  Order Number: PB87-159 026/AS    Order Form:  NTIS


 Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
 Incinerator Permits; Final Report	

 Provides guidance for review and evaluation of permit appli-
 cation information submitted to document compliance with
 RCRA standards for incineration. Methods are suggested
 for designating facility-specific operation conditions neces-
 sary  to ensure compliance  with standards.  Incineration
 regulations are addressed. Provides guidance for evaluating
 incinerator performance data  and procedures used in incin-
 erator trial bum.
 (EPA/SW-966)                     07/15/83
  Order Number: PB86-100 577
Order Form: NTIS
 Guidance Manual for Research,
 Development, and Demonstration Permits
 (4O CFR Section 27O.65)	

 Provides guidance to writers  and  research, development,
 and demonstration (RD&D) permit applicants in preparing
 applications and drafting conditions for RD&D  permits. In-
 cludes answers to frequently asked questions about RD&D.
 (EPA/530-SW-86-008)               07/15/86

   Order Number: PB86-229 192/AS   Order Form:  NTIS,
                  Guidance Manual for the Classification of
                  Solid Waste Disposal Facilities	

                  Assists in the evaluation of solid waste disposal facilities for
                  those who do not comply with "Criteria for Classification of
                  Solid  Waste Disposal Facilities and  Practices." Provides
                  technical guidance on setting priorities  for inventory of
                  open dumps and determining whether a particular facility
                  violates criteria.
                  (EPA/SW-199C)                   01/15/81

                   Order Number: 'PB81-2W SOS       Order Form: NTIS


                  Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste
                  Land Treatment Closure/Postclosure (40
                  CFR Part 265)	

                   Provides general guidance to owners and operators of haz-
                   ardous waste land treatment units and permit writers on im-
                   plementing part 265 closure regulations.   Includes general
                   information  on hazardous waste land treatment and meth-
                   ods of closure.  Addresses the objectives of closure and
                   postclosure,  and factors affecting them.  Also includes
                   methods for addressing closure and postclosure based on
                   migration potential and management during  closure and
                   postclosure.
                                                   04/14/87
                    Order Number: PB87-183 695
                                Order Form:  NTIS
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 exam-
ples illustrating applications of rule to actual recycling prac-
tices.
(EPA/530/SW-86-015)              03/15/86

 Order Number: PB8&208 684/AS    Order Form; NTIS


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 technological re-
quirements found in Section 3004(o) and 3015 as relating to
liners and leachate collection systems.
(EPA/530-SW-85-012)               05/24/85

; Order Number; PB87-163 242/AS    Order Form: NTIS
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 regulations to expedite
permit issuance where Appendix VIII analyses are required.
                                 02/15/86
 ฐฃ)rd&r Number; PB87-188^082
                                'Order Form;
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 Nuclear Regula-
tory Commission (NRC) and EPA to aid commercial Low-
Level  Radioactive Waste (LLW) generators in assessing
whether they are currently generating mixed LLW.
                                10/04/89

                               , 'r,d&f-Form: "ฎ$W.
 \grd^r Number^, gf$5
 Guide for Preparing RCRA Permit
 Applications for Existing Facilities _

 Provides technical instructions on preparing permit applica-
 tions for owners and operators of storage and treatment fa-
 cilities that have hazardous wastes in tanks, containers, or
 piles. Covers administrative procedures that EPA uses in
 RCRA permitting program. Includes completed RCRA per-
 mit application for a hypothetical storage facility.
                                 01/15/82

 ' Order Number. PBST-lddsri \ ~  Order 'Form: Wf/S
 Guide to Energy from Municipal Waste for
 Small Communities	

 Provides local officials with information needed to perform
 preliminary assessment of the feasibility of energy recovery
 with minimum cost and effort. Intended for communities of
 30,000 to 200,000 inhabitants.
 (EPA/SW-958)                      10/01/82

 ''Of^er Number; P$8&18811?'''"Z' ''OrderForm: NTIS
Guide to the Disposal of Chemically
Stabilized and Sollidilfied Waste	

Examines regulations, testing procedures,  landfill designs,
and other options for disposal systems using stabilization
and solidification of wastes. Includes a summary of major
suppliers of technology, plus a summary of each process
used.
(EPA/SW-872)                    09/15/82

' Order Number;, P&87:154, &03/AS  '  Order Form: NTIS (


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 activ-
ity throughout its life cycle and to identify opportunities 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.
(EPA/530-R-95-010)                 04/15/95

 'orderNumber. PBB&fyi 2$$,, '  ' "OrderForm Aflffe*


 Handbook of  RCFtA Groundwater
 Monitoring Constituents: Chemical and
 Physical Properties (Appendix IX to 40
 CFR Part 264)       	

 Contains the physical and chemical properties of constitu-
 ents listed in 40 CFR Part 264 Appendix IX. The handbook
 organizes groundwater monitoring  constituents by Appen-
 dix IX name and  includes constituents that are being con-
 sidered for addition to or deletion from Appendix IX.
 (EPA/530-R-92-022)                09/15/92

 "orderNamb&f:'"P&$2ฃ33287 ~    '-Order Form: NTtS


 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 on how to protect
 family members and waste handlers from injury, while keep-
 ing the environment clean and safe.
                                  10/15/90
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
  Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial
  Furnaces (BIFs)

  Lists by EPA region the 159 facilities having one or more
  hazardous waste boilers or industrial furnace  units  that
  either have interim status or have submitted a permit appli-
  cation for a proposed new unit. Includes facility name, loca-
  tion, and EPA Identification Number.
                                   07/01/93

                                   Order Form: OS W
 Order Number: EPA/530-F-93-015
 Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial
 Furnaces (as of November 1, 1994)

 Lists 136 facilities that have one or more hazardous waste
 boilers or industrial furnace (BIF) units that either have in-
 terim status or  have submitted a permit application for a
 proposed new unit.  Arranged by EPA region and then by
 state.  Includes facility name, location, EPA identification
 number,  and BIF type.
                                  11/15/94

  Order Number:  EPA/530-F-94-032    Order Form: OSW
 Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
 (Universe of Hazardous Waste Combustion
 Facilities as of 5/1/94)

 Presents EPA's current statistics on the permitting status of
 incinerators and boilers and industrial furnaces.
                                  05/15/94

                                  Order Form:  OSW
Order Number: EPA/530-F-94-Q19
 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 basis for regulations concerning discarded com-
 mercial products. Defines division of commercial chemical
 products into two categories: those acutely hazardous and
subject to stringent exclusion levels 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.
(EPA/530-SW-89-005)               04/01/81
                                                     Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting
                                                     Study

                                                     Presents results of a study designed to evaluate incinerator
                                                     permitting priorities.  Study also determines permitting time-
                                                     lines, identifies pertinent issues, and provides an accurate
                                                     accounting system  for hazardous waste incineration facili-
                                                     ties.
  Order Number: PB87-202 420
08/15/86

Order Form: NTIS
 Hazardous Waste Incineration:  Questions
 and Answers

 Provides answers to questions citizens may have about haz-
 ardous waste incineration.  Discusses the  regulatory pro-
 gram for hazardous waste incinerators, permits and the
 permitting process, and enforcement of permitting opera-
 tions.  Includes the general standards for facilities operating
 hazardous waste incinerators and potential risks of hazard-
 ous waste incineration.
                                  04/15/88

  Order Number. EPA/5303W-88-018  Order Form: OSW,


 Hazardous Waste Incinerators

 Lists by EPA region the 190 facilities having one or more
 hazardous waste incinerator units that either have a RCRA
 permit, have interim status, or have submitted a permit ap-
 plication for a proposed new unit. Includes facility name, lo-
 cation, and EPA Identification Number.
                                 07/01/93

 Order Number:  EPA/530-F-93-OW   Order Form: OSW


 Hazardous Waste Incinerators (as of
 November 1, 1994)

 Lists 162 commercial and noncommercial incinerator facili-
ties that burn hazardous waste and either have a RCRA per-
 mit or interim status. Includes 26 additional facilities that
 have submitted permit applications for proposed new units.
Arranged by EPA region and then by state. Includes facility
name, location, and EPA identification number.
                                 11/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/53OF-94-029    Order Form: OSW
 Order Number: PB89-126460
                               Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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                                                              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Hazardous Waste Land Treatment

 Provides state-of-the-art information on all aspects of hazard-
 ous waste land treatment (HWLT). 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 environment is included.  Pro-
 vides a basis for development of treatment demonstrations.
 (EPA/SW-874)                     04/15/83
 , Crete/; Number; PB89-179014
                                 Order Form: NTIS
 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 practices
 designed to address these needs, and relates state observa-
 tions on the relationship of their planning needs  and activi-
 ties to  the federal  capacity  assurance  planning (CAP)
 process. Includes an appendix of interview questions.
 (EPA/530-R-93-010)                 08/15/93
 • Order Number: PB93-193 225
                                Order Form: NTtS
 Hazardous Waste Minimization National
 Plan

 Outlines EPA's major goals, objectives, and actions for
 achieving national reductions in the generation of hazard-
 ous waste. Appendices include definitions of terms, exam-
 ples of  successful  waste  minimization  actions,  and
 supplemental actions EPA is investigating.  Addendum ad-
 dresses the application  of the waste minimization national
 plan to  the combustion universe.
                                 11/15/94

                                 Order Form: O$W
Order Number: EPA/530-H-94-045
Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure Model;
Description of Methodology and
Appendices A, B, C, D, and E

Evaluates frequency and severity of various failure mecha-
nisms for a variety of hazardous waste treatment and stor-
age tank systems. Demonstrates fault tree techniques and a
Monte Carlo simulation model to predict probabilities, mag-
nitudes, and concentrations of releases over a 20-year oper-
ating life.
(EPA/530-SW-86-012)               01/13/86

 Order Number: PB86-192937/AS    Order Form: NTIS
 Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis

 Analyzes human health risks associated with different regu-
 latory scenarios for tanks that treat, store, or accumulate
 hazardous waste.
 (EPA/530-SW-86-011)               06/15/86

  Order Number: PBB&212289/AS    Order Form; NTIS


 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.
                                  10/15/81

  Order Number: PB81-f9POW       Order Form: NTt$ '


 Heuristic Routing foir Solid Waste
 Collection Vehicles

 Provides information on developing  optimum routing sys-
 tems for solid waste collection vehicles. Discusses macro-
 routing (assignment of collection routes to processing and
 disposal sites), districting  (determination of route bounda-
 ries, route balancing),  and micro-routing (path of collection
 vehicle on the route).
                    '•              01/01/74

                                .  Order Form:  OSW
                                                     Order Number; EPA/SW-358
Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data
Gathering Phase; Final Report

Studies hospital waste combustors and applicable regula-
tions.  Addresses feed characteristics, combustor designs
and operating characteristics, applied and potential control
technology, and emissions of air pollutants. Gives number
and location of combustors.
(EPA/450/3-88-017)                12/15/88
                                                     Order Number: PB89-148~308
                                 Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Household Hazardous Waste:
Bibliography of Useful References and
List of State Experts

Compiles Golden Empire Health Planning Center's "Alterna-
tives to Landfilling  Household Hazardous Waste" and bibli-
ography.  Put  together  by  Center  for  Environmental
Management on Household Hazardous Waste. Brochures
and other studies included.
                                03/15/88

jbrder Number: EPA/530SW-88-014 Order Form: OSW
Household Hazardous Waste
Management:  A Manual for One-Day
Community Collection Programs

Helps communities plan for one-day, drop-off HHW collec-
tion programs. Provides community leaders with guidance
on all aspects of planning,  organizing, and publicizing an
HHW collection program.
                                08/15/93

lorder Number EPA/530^-92-026   Order Form: OSW
Household Hazardous Waste; Steps to
Safe Management	

Describes household hazardous waste and the dangers of
improper disposal. Urges  homeowners to reuse, recycle,
and properly manage household hazardous waste.
                                04/15/93

latter Number: EPA/530-F-92-031   Order Form:
How to Access the RCRA Information
Center

Describes the RCRA Information Center (RIC).  The RIC
houses RCRA regulatory support and distributes publica-
tions produced by ERA'S Office of Solid Waste to assist the
public with hazardous and solid waste issues.
                                 06/15/92

^Order Number:  EPA/53Q-F-92-005    Order Form: 0$$.
How to Set Up a Local Program to Recycle
Used Oil _

Presents commitment on grass-roots level. Explains the or-
ganization,  design, implementation,  and promotion of a
used oil program, as well as administrative issues. Appendi-
ces include sample brochures and letters.
                                05/15/89
fprd&r Number,
                                Order Form: Q$W
How to Start or Expand a Recycling
Collection Program

Provides basic information on establishing recycling collec-
tion programs in any setting but focuses on collection in of-
fices. Provides suggestions for expanding or improving an
existing collection program.  Discusses what materials are
recyclable, starting a collection program, finding a market,
information needed to sell collected materials, collecting
and storing recyclables, educating and motivating employ-
ees, and monitoring and evaluating the collection program.
Lists sources of additional information.
                                01/15/94

 ' Older Number EPA/530-F-94-OQ7   ' Order Form: Q&W*
Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill
Performance (HELP) Model; Volume 1:
User's Guide for Version 1; Second Edition

Describes HELP basic computer model. Discusses input
and output options, with instructions for running  the pro-
gram on the National Computer Center IBM Computer Sys-
tem. The HELP 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.
(EPA/530-SW-84-009)               06/15/84
 otfer Number: PB8&W0840
                                 Order Form:
 Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill
 Performance (HELP) Model; Volume 2:
 Documentation for Version 1

 Includes the theories and assumptions on which the HELP
 model is based.  Solution techniques are used, and the in-
 ternal logic of a computer program is presented in detail.
 (EPA/530-SW-84-010)               06/15/84
    „/••"•-'   ~ s          ,     ,','''"    ?,  ' f?
 pfder Number: PB85-10Q 832'   ^ ,Qrt0rfFJorm:r,NriS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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                                                           Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste
Disposal Sites

Describes computer-based model for simulating percolation
of precipitation through cover material at solid waste dis-
posal sites. HSSWDS model (hydrologic simulations at solid
waste disposal sites) can be employed in the evaluation of
present cover materials at a landfill or in the design of new
or improved landfill covers.
                                09/15/82

                                Qrderfarm;  OSW,


Ignitabilfty Characteristic (40 CFR 261.21);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001

Supports and describes EPA's definition of ignitable waste.
Discusses comments received on proposed definition of
ignitability.
                                05/02/80
                                                    Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines—
                                                    A Scoping Study

                                                    Presents first of a three-volume report on the scope of the
                                                    environmental, public  health, and safety problems pre-
                                                    sented by inactive and abandoned noncoal  mines. Con-
                                                    ducts a  preliminary  identification of  policy options  for
                                                    addressing such problems.
                                                    (EPA/530-R-92-005a)               08/15/91

                                                                                   Order Form; NTฎ
                                                    Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines-
                                                    State Reports

                                                    Reports on the scope of the environmental, public health,
                                                    and safety problems presented by inactive and abandoned
                                                    noncoal mines. Conducts a preliminary identification of pol-
                                                    icy options for addressing such problems. This volume con-
                                                    tains state reports submitted to the Western  Governors'
                                                    Association. Second of three-volumes.
                                                    (EPA/530-R-92-005b)              08/15/91

                                                                                 ,' ,Order Form: NTlS'
Implementation Strategy of U.S. Supreme
Court Decision in City of Chicago v, EOF
for Municipal Waste Combustion Ash;
Memorandum

Discusses the May 2, 1994, U.S. Supreme Court opinion,
which states that Section 3001 (i) of RCRA does not exempt
ash generated at resource recovery facilities (i.e., waste-to-
energy facilities) burning household wastes and nonhazard-
ous  commercial  wastes from  the  hazardous  waste
requirements of Subtitle C of RCRA.  Examines EPA's strat-
egy for assisting waste-to-energy facilities to comply with the
RCRA Subtitle C requirements.
                                05/27/94
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines—
(Complete Set)

Reports on the scope of the environmental, public health,
and safety problems presented by inactive and abandoned
noncoal mines. Conducts a preliminary identification of pol-
icy options for addressing such problems.
(EPA/530-R-92-005)                08/15/91
                                                    Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines-
                                                    Appendix: State Reports

                                                    Reports on the scope of the environmental, public health,
                                                    and safety problems presented by inactive and abandoned
                                                    noncoal mines. Conducts a preliminary identification of pol-
                                                    icy options for addressing such problems. This volume con-
                                                    tains  state reports submitted to the Interstate  Mining
                                                    Compact Commission. Third of three volumes.
                                                    (EPA/530-R-92-005C)              08/15/91

                                                                                   Order fom: NTt$-.
                                                    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
                                                    Agency's rationale for final regulations.
                                                                                    12/15/80
                 For ordering instructions, go to section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Index to the Monthly Hotline Report
 Questions (June 1982 to December 1994)

 Indexes monthly report questions by subject, by section of
 the Code of Federal Regulations and by section of the Solid
 Waste Disposal Act.
 (EPA/530-R-95-004)                 03/15/95
 Order Number: PB95-179 396
Order Form: NTIS
 Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250.14);
 Identification and Listing of Hazardous
 Waste under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
 3001

 Provides Agency support and rationale for regulations defin-
 ing infectious hazardous waste. Specifies Agency's  choice
 to define infectious waste by location of diseased microor-
 ganisms, defending that source identification is an inclusive
 and enforceable method of regulation.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-055)               12/15/78
 •'OrderNumber: PB89-102594
Order Form: NTIS::
Innovative Methods of Managing
Environmental Releases at Mine Sites

Describes source reduction and recycling practices and in-
novative techniques for waste management currently used
in mining.  Discusses  process control  to produce purer
products and production of new saleable products while re-
ducing hazardous constituents in the waste stream.  Exam-
ines recycling opportunities unique to mining, such as slag
reprocessing, tailings reprocessing, pipe recycling/reuse,
and recycling mine tires.  Lists technical contacts familiar
with each technology described.
(EPA/530-R-94-012)                04/15/94
lOrderNumber. PB94-170255
                                 Order Form: A/77S;;
Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991
Monthly Hotline Reports

Provides a  compilation of  questions and answers and
Federal Register  summaries  from  individual  Monthly
Hotline Reports for the period of January to December
1991. It is divided into three sections: questions and an-
swers;  Federal Register summaries;  and indices to the
questions, according to subject matter, regulatory cita-
tions, and statutory citations.
(EPA/530-SW-91-093N)              03/15/92

 Order Number:  PB92-131 390       Order Form: NTIS
                                                      Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1992
                                                      Monthly Hotline Reports

                                                      Provides a compilation of  questions and answers and
                                                      Federal  Register  summaries  from  individual  Monthly
                                                      Hotline Reports for the period of January to December
                                                      1992. It is divided into three sections: questions and an-
                                                      swers; Federal Register summaries; and indices to the ques-
                                                      tions, according to subject matter, regulatory citations, and
                                                      statutory citations.
                                                      (EPA/530-R-92-014m)                03/15/93
                     Order Number:  PB93-159 572
                                                                                      'Order Form: > NTIS
                                                      Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1993
                                                      Monthly Hotline Reports

                                                      Provides a compilation of questions and answers and Fed-
                                                      eral Register summaries from individual Monthly Hotline Re-
                                                      ports for the period of January to December 1993. Divided
                                                      into three sections: questions and answers; Federal Regis-
                                                      ter summaries;  and indices to the questions, according to
                                                      subject matter, regulatory citations, and statutory citations.
                                                      (EPA/530-R-93-004m)               03/15/94
                     Order Number: PB94-127 966
                                                                                      Order Form; NTIS
                    Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1994
                    Monthly Hotline Reports

                    Provides a compilation of questions and answers and Fed-
                    eral Register summaries from individual Monthly Hotline Re-
                    ports for the period of January to December 1994. Divided
                    into three sections: questions and answers; Federal Regis-
                    ter summaries; and indices to the questions, according to
                    subject matter, regulatory citations, and statutory citations.
                    (EPA/530-R-94-005m)               03/15/95
                                                      'Order Number: PBQ6-179 388
                                                     Order Formr NTIS
                    Inter-Industry Collaborative Study of
                    Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
                    Procedures; Addendum to Compilation of
                    Phase IA and Phase II Data

                    Reports final results of the Inter-Industry Collaborative Study
                    of Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP). Evalu-
                    ates solid waste leaching procedure under development at
                    EPA. Compares proposed TCLP and EP Toxicity test to esti-
                    mate the  precision  and  reliability of TCLP and to identify
                    procedural problems in TCLP.
                                                     09/15/86

                     Order Number: PB87-W5 545/AS    Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                           Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Interim National Criteria for a Quality
 Hazardous Waste Management Program
 under RCRA

 Establishes interim national criteria for planning and over-
 seeing a quality hazardous waste management program un-
 der RCRA.  Clarifies program goals and performance
 expectations to ensure that parties have an understanding
 of how to implement RCRA effectively. Outlines general
 principles describing how EPA and states should respond
 when criteria are not met or are exceeded.
                                05/01/84

  Order Number; EPty53(}SW~d4-ฃ>Q6 Order Form: OSW


 Interim Status Standards and General
 Status Standards for Closure and
 Postclosure Care (4O 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 first document in a set of reports accompanying
 the regulations to control hazardous waste generation, trans-
 portation, treatment, storage, and disposal. Describes the
 Congressional authority and need for this initial effort to
 regulate hazardous waste. Discusses only the nontechnical
 aspects of closure and postclosure for Interim and General
 Status Standards. Presents the regulatory rationale, along
 with analyses of public comments and a list of references.
                                12/15/80
 Order Number: PB81-189 763
OrderForm:'NJTIS
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 3O04

Provides the rationale for standards pertaining to treatment
and disposal of hazardous waste in land treatment facilities.
Summarizes regulations as proposed and describes com-
ment analysis and regulatory rationale.
                               04/15/80
                    Interim Status Standards for Landfills (4O
                    CFR 265, Subpart N); Standards
                    Applicable to Owners and Operators of
                    Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
                    Disposal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C,
                    Section 30O4

                    Presents the Amendment to Section 3004 requiring that
                    standards include the location, design, construction, and
                    operation of hazardous waste treatment, storage, and dis-
                    posal  facilities.  Records of hazardous wastes  treated,
                    stored, or disposed of, and all reporting, monitoring, and in-
                    spection also must be included. Attachment includes sum-
                    maries of comments concerning ignitable wastes in landfills.
                     Order Number: ~PB81~189 789-
                                02/15/81

                                Order Form:, 'NTtS-
 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 haz-
 ardous waste thermal treatments other than incineration.
 Contains analysis of comments relevant to regulations for
thermal treatment facilities, including  analysis of comments
 received on proposed regulations.
                               04/15/80

                              , Order Form;  NTIS
                                                   Otder Number: PB81-189 ?71
                   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 applications
                   also can use this as a guide.
                   (EPA/530-SW-86-017)              06/15/86

                    Order Nurpber: PB86~2122Q3?AS ' • Order form: NTtS
 Order Number: PB81-W0068
Order Form: NTtS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information ana Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 noncompliance categories.
(EPA/SW-964R)                    06/15/85

""""	   	                       Order Form: NTIS *
iQrder Number PB91-181594
Is Unit Pricing Right for Your Community?

Briefly defines unit pricing.  Describes Pay as You Throw,
EPA's manual that examines unit pricing and provides step-
by-step detail in establishing a unit pricing program.  In-
cludes order form for the manual.
                                 06/15/94

latter Number: EPA/530f-94-010   Order Form: OSW,


Jobs Through Recycling Initiative

Summarizes EPA's Jobs Through  Recycling Initiative.  De-
scribes recycling and reuse business assistance centers
(RBACs), recycling economic development advocates (RE-
DAs), and the Recycling Technology Assistance Partner-
ship's National Network (ReTAP).  Lists EPA regional office
contacts for the initiative.
                                 09/15/94

I Order Number EPA/530-F-94-026   Order Form:
 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 re-
 sources to address local municipal solid waste (MSW) chal-
 lenges.   Discusses some  of the  key  advantages  and
 potential barriers associated  with regionalization, explains
 the planning activities that need to precede a multijurisdic-
 tional project, and describes the different types of organiza-
 tional approaches that can be used to carry out regional
 solid waste management activities. Provides five successful
 regionalization efforts. Includes resource guide.
                                  10/15/94

 Border Number: EPA/530X-93-001    Order Form:
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 facilities
that satisfy regulatory requirements of both NRC and EPA.
Highlights EPA's double liner/leachate collection and leak
detection systems, as well as NRC's requirement that waste
not come in contact with liquids.
                                 08/03/87

 ,Or Order Number, F>B9i~181586       "Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.
  72

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                                                            Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Landscaping Products Containing
Recovered Materials

Lists manufacturers and suppliers of landscaping products
(hydraulic mulch and yard trimmings compost) containing
recovered 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.
                                 06/15/95

 Order Number. EPA/530-B-9S-Q03''   Order Form;' OSW\


Let's Reduce and  Recycle: A Curriculum
for Solid Waste Awareness

Provides a tool for  educational instructors to stimulate the
discussion of solid  waste issues and  heighten young  peo-
ple's awareness  of the issues. Includes lesson  plans for
grades K-6 and 7-12. Also includes a resource list of related
publications.
                                 08/15/90

 Order lumber: EPA/53&SW-9Q-OQ6  ' Order form:- OSW
Letter to Biennial Hazardous Waste
Report Contacts

Letter from EPA Administrator Carol M. Browner requesting
assistance in minimizing hazardous waste generation. Dis-
cusses the  RCRA requirement that generators of large
quantities of hazardous waste certify that they have pro-
grams in place to reduce the quantity and toxicity of waste
generated.
                                 11/22/93

 Order Number:  EPA/530-F-93-Q28 ~' ' Order ฃOOTK OSW
Letters from EPA's Administrator to CEOs
and Large Quantity Generators of
Hazardous Waste

Discusses letters encouraging waste minimization programs
that were sent from EPA's Administrator to chief executive
officers and facility contacts for each organization that has
reported to EPA that it generates large quantities of hazard-
ous waste.
                                 12/15/93

 Order Number: EPA/530-F-93-036 , Order Form; OSW
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 re-
quirements of liability coverage. Serves as a guide to EPA
Regional staff in implementing requirements.
(EPA/SW-961)                     11/15/82
 Order.Number;. PB83-144 675
Order Form: NT IS
Life Cycle Assessment:  Public Data
Sources for the LGA Practitioner

Profiles publicly available nonbibliographic databases that
may be useful when  conducting life cycle assessments
(LCAs).  Contains a brief assessment of the potential rele-
vance of the database to LCA, a description of the informa-
tion contained in the database, and basic database system
information.  Includes less-detailed information  on bibliog-
raphic databases, database clearinghouses, ongoing stud-
ies, and foreign  databases.  Appendices include a list of
acronym definitions, methods for screening databases, and
the LCA database user response form.
(EPA/530-R-95-009)                04/15/95
' Order Number:  PB95-191 227
Order Form: NTIS
Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis
Model

Documents the first phase of the development of Liner Lo-
cation Risk and Cost Analysis Model. The model estimates
chronic risk to human health from land disposal of hazard-
ous wastes under different technology, location, and waste
stream scenarios. Describes the basic model and three pol-
icy applications.
                                  01/15/85

 Order Number; PB87-157 210/AS    Order Form: NTIS
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 hypo-
thetical facilities. Monte Carlo simulation model developed
for analysis.
                                  01/15/85

 Order Number: PB87-157 Z56/AS    Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Lining of Waste Impoundment and
 Disposal Facilities

 Provides current technological information about liner mate-
 rials that could contain hazardous wastes. Assists in the se-
 lection,  installation, and maintenance of appropriate liners
 for specific types of wastes in particular storage or disposal
 units, Includes test methods for determining waste liner
 compatibility, liner manufacturers, and materials sources.
 (EPA/SW-870)                    03/01/83

  Order Number: PB86-192 796/AS   Order Form:. NT&-


 List of Industrial Waste Landfills and
 Construction and Demolition Waste
 Landfills

 Provides an estimate of the number of industrial and con-
 struction and demolition (C&D) waste landfills in the United
 States.  Presents state summaries, including number of fa-
 cilities; 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.
 (EPA/530-R-95-019)                09/30/94
 Order Number: PB95-208 914
Order Form: NTIS
List of Municipal Solid Waste Landfills

Provides list of municipal waste landfills,  including each
state and territory. No attempt was made to verify state lists.
Includes 5,345 landfills.
(EPA/530-R-94-006)                09/15/92
                     Listing of Hazardous Waste (40 CFR
                     261.31 and 261.32); Identification and
                     Listing of Hazardous Waste under RCRA,
                     Subtitle C, Section 3001

                     Provides technical support for listing 85 waste streams as
                     hazardous waste and proposes  listing of 11  wastes. Dis-
                     cusses  comments  received on  proposed listings and
                     changes made.
                                                     05/02/80
                      Order Number: PBS 1-190 036
                                 Order Form: NTIS
                     Location of Mines and Factors Affecting
                     Exposure

                     Relates qualitative perspective  on risk that mining wastes
                     present. Reports on mine locations, locations of potential re-
                     ceptor populations, environmental characteristics at those
                     locations, and compares selected sites.
                     (EPA/530-SW-86-023)               06/30/86

                     Order Number; PB8&219 4Q9/AS   Order Form: NTtS*
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 hy-
drogeology. Plan includes purpose, background, two-step
process  approach, issues, alternatives, classification and
analysis,  and time schedule for activities.
 Order Number: PB94-136710
Order Form: NTIS
 Qr,der Number: PB87-W2 954/AS,
                                                     12/15/85

                                                     Order Form:
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 treat-
ment sludges from mercury cell  processes as hazardous
waste from chlorine production. Discusses toxicity of heavy
metal mercury as rationale for listing.
                                01/12/81
                    Management of Hazardous Waste
                    Leachate

                    Provides guidance for permit officials and disposal site op-
                    erators on available management options  for controlling,
                    treating, and disposing of hazardous waste leachates. Dis-
                    cusses the considerations necessary to develop sound man-
                    agement  plans for  leachate  generated  at   surface
                    impoundments and landfills.
                    (EPA/SW-871R)                   09/15/82
                     Order Number; PB91-181 578
                                Order Form: NTIS
 Order Number: PB81-190076
Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:
A Guide to the Federal Program for
Generators   _

Offers general information about the tracking program and
specific instructions for regulated medical waste generators.
Includes requirements for generators  of more than  50
pounds a  month, such as hospitals, physicians, dentists,
and veterinarians.
                                 09/15/89
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                                            OSW
Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:
A Guide to the Federal Program for
Transporters _

Offers general information about the tracking program and
specific instructions for transporters of regulated medical
waste. Includes requirements for transporters,  including
owners and operators of transfer facilities that carry  regu-
lated  medical waste generated in a participating state.  In-
cludes requirements for vehicles used by transporters.
                                 09/15/89
 Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:
 A Guide to the Federal Program for
 Treatment, Destruction, and Disposal
 Facilities    	

 Offers general information about the tracking program and
 specific instructions for facilities that treat, destroy, or dis-
 pose of regulated medical waste. Includes requirements for
 facilities that dispose of wastes, with slightly different re-
 quirements for facilities that treat or destroy wastes.
                                 09/15/89
 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 supporting
 data for the standards established for manifest system com-
 pliance, recordkeeping, and reporting at hazardous waste
 treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.
                                  04/15/80
                                                    Manual del Consuimidor para Reducir los
                                                    Desechos Solidos

                                                    Spanish translation of Consumer's Handbook for Reducing
                                                    Solid Waste described above.
                                                                                     10/15/94

                                                                  EPA/ฃ3Q~tf-92~0Q3$  Order Form:  O$W
Manufacturing from Recyclables: 24 Case
Studies of Successful Recycling
Enterprises

Examines manufacturing from  recyclables and  demon-
strates the benefits to 'the community from localizing mar-
kets  for its  recyclables. Case studies  are categorized
alphabetically according to the discarded materials used at
the facility.   Each study provides company background,
feedstock used with emphasis on scrap materials, manufac-
turing process, profile of finished products, economics (cost
and savings associated with operating a scrap-based enter-
prise), replicability (plans for expansion, relocation, or licens-
ing of its process), anc!  contacts for additional information.
Includes list of  acronyms, definitions of terms, and  re-
sources.
                                 02/15/95

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Markets for Compost _

Examines the market 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  municipal solid waste management
and  the need for developing compost markets.  Reviews
characteristics  and benefits  of  compost and  compet-
ing/complementary products and  compost uses and mar-
kets. Examines factors pertinent to developing  compost
markets, economic and noneconomic barriers to developing
compost markets, and strategies to mitigate and overcome
barriers to developing compost markets. Appendix provides
examples of existing programs and markets.
(EPA/530-SW-90-073A)              1 1/1 5/93
                        W8
                                                                                      Order Form: NTฎ
                                                     Markets for Recovered Aluminum

                                                     Examines the market for scrap aluminum. Explores how mar-
                                                     kets are structured, what influences the supply and demand
                                                     for aluminum, what projections can be made about the future
                                                     of markets, and how government policies might affect markets.
                                                     (EPA/530-SW-90-072A)             04/15/93

                                                     *Qrtier~Numberf.PB93-17Q 132      Order Form; NTtS'
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering information and Forms.
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  Markets for Recovered Glass

  Examines the market 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 mar-
  kets, and how government policies might affect markets.
  (EPA/53f>SW-90-071A)              12/15/92
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                                  Order Form;
  Markets for Scrap Tires
  Discusses the problems associated with scrap tires. Identifies
  existing and potential source reduction and utilization methods
  that may be effective in solving the tire problem. Options for re-
  moving barriers to use tires are identified and evaluated.
  (EPA/530-SW-90-074A)              10/15/91

    1er Number PB92-115252
                                  Order Form: NTIS ;
                               		, __ nrrff, „,' n - ".i,-. "'>;••

 Measurements of Particulates, Metals,
 and Organlcs at a Hazardous Waste
 Incinerator

 Describes field tests at hazardous waste incinerators as part
 of a data-gathering effort to develop amendments for haz-
 ardous waste incinerators. Collects data on particulate emis-
 sions, particle size, selected toxic  metals emissions and
 control device efficiency, and organic emissions. Findings
 uncover concern for control device efficiency for particulate
 and toxic metals and the use of total hydrocarbon monitors
 to measure organic emissions.
 (EPA/53(^SW-89-067)               11/15/88

      <• Number:  PB89230668       Order Form: NTf$


 Medical Waste Management in the United
States; First Interim Report to Congress

Discusses first of three reports required by Congress in which
EPA assesses several aspects of medical waste management
and the demonstration program for tracking medical wastes.
(EPA/530SW-9CWD51A)              05/15/90
      •Number, PB90-219874
                                 Order Form: NTIS
Medical Waste Management in the United
States:  First Interim Report to Congress;
Executive Summary

Outlines interim report Addresses topics specified in RCRA Sec-
tion fl008(a), including aspects of medical waste management
and the demonstration program for tracking medical wastes.
                                05/15/90
            -V53frSW~9(>061B Order Form: ~
  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
  ERA'S medical waste program.
  (EPA/530-SW-90-087A)             12/15/90

  Order Dumber; PB91-13Q-187    '   Order Form;  NTIS
                                 ' < ' "     ', ',  ' r-4  „

  Medical Waste Management in the United
  States: Second Interim Report to
  Congress; Executive Summary

  Outlines interim report. Briefly describes the five integrated
  components of EPA's  medical waste program, which in-
  cludes a tracking system, management program, informa-
 tion gathering, research and analysis, education, outreach
 and training program,  and enforcement strategy. Update
 provided on progress in the characterization of generation
 and management of medical waste,  and development  of
 guidelines for home health care waste.
                                  12/15/90
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 Medical Waste Tracking Act  of 1988

 Examines Public Law 100-582, 100th Congress. The Solid
 Waste Disposal Act was amended to promulgate regulations
 on management of infectious waste.
                                 11/01/88

 * Order Number: f EP/yS303W^d-OQ8  Qrder Form.-; ,OS W'


 Memorandum from Richard Guimond to
the Regions  About Source Reduction and
Combustion  of  Hazardous Waste

Informs EPA Regional Administrators of Carol Browner's ob-
jectives for waste minimization and hazardous waste  com-
bustion.  Outlines both short- and long-term actions to be
taken in implementing the draft strategy.
                                 05/18/93

                                 QrderForm; 0$W
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 Memorandum on the Application of
 Enhanced Public Participation and Stronger
 Combustion Permitting Requirements

 Discusses goals of EPA's proposed rule  on RCRA ex-
 panded public participation and revisions  to combustion
 permitting.  Encourages EPA regions to start meeting goals
 of the proposed rule as soon as possible.
                                05/23/94
 Memorandum on Trial Burns (Guidance on
 Trial Burn Failures)

 Clarifies EPA's policy on trial bums for incinerators and boilers
 and industrial furnaces (BIFs).  Addresses issues regarding trial
 bum failures: what constitutes a successful trial bum; how to
 handle  invalid data; what constitutes an unsuccessful trial
 burn; how to handle a request for a trial bum retest; and how
 to restrict operations after an unsuccessful trial burn.
                                07/05/94
 Memorandum to the Docket Regarding
 Final Treatment Standards for
 Nonwastewater and Wastewater Forms of
 K044, K045, and K047

 Summarizes technical support and rationale for treatment
 standard for nonwastewater and wastewater forms of K044,
 K045, and K047 as identified in 40 CFR 261.32.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-060B)             05/08/90
 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 efficiencies that can be
 achieved by hazardous waste incineration facilities.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-004)               09/15/90
 Memorandum to Monica
 Chatmon-McEaddy of Office of Solid
 Waste Regarding Final Treatment
 Standards for KO69 Nonwastewaters in
 the Calcium Sulfate/Sodium Subcategory
 and Wastewater Forms of KO69

 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.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-Q59K)            05/08/90
Memorandum to Monica
Chatmon-McEaddy of Office of Solid
Waste Regarding Final Treatment
Standards for Nonwastewater and
Wastewater Forms of K100

Presents technical support and rationale for the develop-
ment of treatment standards for nonwastewater and waste-
water forms of K100. K100 is listed as a waste leaching
solution from  acid leaching of emission control dust or
sludge from secondary lead smelting.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059L) .            05/08/90

Methodology for developing Best
Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Treatment Standards

Summarizes EPA's approach for implementing  land dis-
posal restrictions program. Presents the legal authority for
regulations, describes technical methodology used to define
treatment standards, and discusses the variance from these
standards. Presents Agency's approach to special problems
raised by P and U listed hazards.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048B)            05/08/89

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Methods for the Storage and Retrieval of
RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Data on
STORET; User's Manual

Introduces STORET analysis system and special features of
RCRA groundwater data. Discusses how to access system.
Detailed discussion of various elements and conventions of
RCRA groundwater monitoring data.  Includes sample data
retrievals.
                               10/01/85
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information ami Forms.
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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 boil-
ers and industrial furnaces (BIFs) burning hazardous waste.
Includes performance specifications for continuous emis-
sion monitoring of CO, O, 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.
(EPA/530-SW-91-010)               12/15/90
 Order Number: PB91-120 006
Order Form: NTIS
Mills Which Manufacture Printing and
Writing Paper, Computer Paper, Office
Paper, Envelopes, Bristols, and Coated
Printing and Writing Papers, Using
Recovered Paper

Lists mills that use recovered paper to manufacture printing
and writing paper, computer paper, office paper, envelopes,
bristols, and coated printing and writing papers. Arranged
alphabetically by corporate name, listings comprise main
address, name of person to contact for additional informa-
tion, description of the mill/company, and list of recycled
content brands including paper grade, and total and post-
consumer recovered paper content.  Includes list of defini-
tions and index by grade. Listings are based on information
provided by the  manufacturer and do not represent an en-
dorsement by EPA.
                                 06/15/95

\OrderNumber: EPA/530-B-95-010   Order Form: OSW*\


Mills Which  Produce Newsprint Containing
at Least 40  Percent Postconsumer
Recovered Paper

Lists mills that produce newsprint containing at least 40 per-
cent postconsumer recovered paper.  Arranged alphabeti-
cally  by corporate name, listings comprise main address,
name of person to contact for additional information, de-
scription of the  mill/company, and list of recycled content
brands including brand name, grade, and total and postcon-
sumer recovered paper content. Includes list of definitions.
Listings are based on information provided by the manufac-
turer and do not represent an endorsement by EPA.
                                 06/15/95

  Order Number. EPA/530-B-95-009   Order Form:
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 col-
lection 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.
(EPA/530-SW-85-014)               05/24/85

 Order Number; PB87-W1 072/AS    Order Form;' NTIS


Minimum Technology Guidance on Single
Liner Systems for Landfills, Surface
Impoundments, and Waste Piles;  Design,
Construction, and Operation (Draft)

Identifies design, construction, and operation specifications
that can be used by owners and operators to comply with
various sections of the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amend-
ments. 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.
(EPA/530-SW-85-0 1 3)               05/24/85
 Order Number;  PB87-173W9
                                                     Order Form;
                    Mining Sites in the National Priorities List;
                    NPL Site Summary Reports (Complete Set)

                    Provides a five volume set covering 48 sites. Includes a se-
                    ries on mining sites on the National Priorities List (NPL). Re-
                    ports 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 infor-
                    mation obtained  from EPA files and reports. An individual
                    report was prepared for each site, following various formats.
                    Maps and charts are included.
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-065)               06/21/91
                    , Order Number; PB92-1247S9
                                 Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                        Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 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 summarizes types
of environmental damages and associated  mining waste
management practices.
(EPA/530-SW-91-065A)             06/21/91
"-Order Number: PB92-124767      Order Form: NTIS\

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 prac-
tices for sites on, or proposed for, the NPL as of February
 11, 1991 (56 FR 5598).  Site history, description, and over-
 views are  included.  Remedial investigation activities 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.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-065B)            06/21/91
                  Mining Sites in tide 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 en-
                  vironmental 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  action are included for
                  each. Prepared in conjunction with an  economic  assess-
                  ment of natural resource injuries and a feasibility study for
                  site cleanup. Cost figures are provided.
                  (EPA/530-SW-91-065C)             06/21/91
                   Order Number PB93-~124~783      Order Form: NTIS

                  Mining Sites in the National Priorities List;
                  NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume IV:
                  Oronogo-Duenweg Mining Belt, Palmerton
                  Zinc, Sharon Stcel/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 9 sites. Individual reports on envi-
                  ronmental damages and associated mining waste practices
                  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.
                  (EPA/530-SW-91-065D)             06/21/91
                   Order Number: PB92-124 791
Order Form: NTtS
 -OrderNumber: PB92-124 775
Order Form: NTtS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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    ABSTRACTS
                Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
  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, Whttewood Creek, Wayne
  Interim Storage Facility/W.R. Grace

  Presents the final draft for 8 sites. Includes an ongoing
  Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study with commu-
  nity relations plans. Identifies sources of hazardous contami-
  nation, describes nature and extent of contamination,  and
  determines effects of toxic contamination  on natural re-
  sources and public health.
  (ERA/530-SW-91-065E)             06/21/91

  Order Number:  PB92-124809      Order Form: NTIS


  Mobile Incineration: An Analysis of the
  Industry

  Examines the mobile incineration industry, including the sup-
 ply of and demand for mobile incineration and an assessment
 of the mobile incineration market. Examines the mobile incin-
 eration business for its potential to absorb excess demand  that
 could not be handled by fixed incineration facilities.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-076)               06/30/89

  Order Number: PB90-255449       Order Form: NTIS


 Model RCRA Permit for Hazardous Waste
 Management Facilities

 Describes a Model Permit  for assisting  permit writers in
 drafting or reviewing hazardous waste facility permits. Cov-
 ers process-specific conditions for container storage areas,
 tanks, incinerators, waste piles, surface impoundments, land
 treatment areas, and landfills.  Also  covers ground-water
 monitoring, corrective action, closure and postclosure, and
 other general permit and facility conditions.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-049)               09/15/88

  Order Number: PB90-210998      Order Form: NTIS


 Modifying RCRA Permits

 Discusses the concepts  behind permits required for hazard-
 ous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities. Com-
 pares the old process with the new one where permits can
 be  modified to allow  improvements in  equipment and
 changes in response to new standards. Processes are com-
 pared, with discussions of Class One, Two, and Three Modi-
fications.
                                 09/15/89

 Order Number: EPA/53&SW-89-050  Order Form: OSW
 MSW Factbook
 The MSW Factbook is a comprehensive electronic refer-
 ence manual presenting key data related to municipal solid
 waste (MSW) and its management. Contains national and
 international data on waste prevention, recycling, waste-to-
 energy combustion,  and land disposal, as well as extensive
 data on state solid waste management programs. Available
 on  3.5-inch diskette. Requires IBM-compatible computer
 equipped with a mouse and Microsoft Windows. Diskettes
 contain necessary installation and runtime software.
                                  05/15/95

  Order Number:  EPA/530-C-95-001 (3.5")

                                  Order Form; OSW


 Multimaterial Source Separation in
 Marblehead and Somerville,
 Massachusetts; Volume II: Collection and
 Marketing

 Examines a recycling program  that  involves separating
 household waste into recyclable components, such as pa-
 per, can, glass, and refuse. Selecting collection equipment,
 determining  collection procedures, problems with  collec-
 tion, equipment problems, and improving collection proce-
 dures are discussed. Covers selecting markets, problems
 with markets, and overcoming marketing problems. Tables
 include monthly costs and savings.
                                  12/15/79
 Order Number: EPA/SW-822
 Order Form:  OSW
Multimaterial Source Separation in
Marblehead and Somerville,
Massachusetts; Volume III: Materials and
Refuse; Composition of Source Separated
Materials and Refuse

Presents a recycling study that was conducted to develop
three sets of data on source-separated materials and refuse.
One set includes the relative percentages of 14 recoverable
components in source-separated, refuse, and total residen-
tial  waste streams. The second  set documents recovery
rates, or the percentage of each component that is source-
separated. The third set includes moisture content and heat
content of source-separated materials and refuse.
                                 12/15/79
 Order Number: EPA/SW-823
Order Form; OSW
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Multimaterial Source Separation in
Marblehead and Somerville,
Massachusetts; Volume IV: Energy Use
and Savings from Source Separated
Materials and Other Solid Waste
Management Alternatives for Marblehead

Explains how energy use and savings can be calculated into
collection, preparation,  transportation, and treatment. In-
cludes mathematical equations and results for recycling pro-
gram.
                                12/15/79
': Order Kfumber: EPA/SW824
                               Order Form: OSW
Multimaterial Source Separation in
Marblehead and Somerville,
Massachusetts; Volume V: Citizen
Attitudes Toward Source Separation

Documents four surveys for recycling programs. Covers the
major issues of citizen participation in source-separation
programs and storage  and collection of source-separated
materials. Includes survey questionnaires and survey results.
                                12/15/79
 Municipal Solid Waste Flow Control:
 Summary of Public Comments

 Summarizes public comments received by EPA in prepara-
 tion of the Agency's Report to Congress on Municipal Solid
 Waste Flow Control.  Reviews the positions of interested
 parties on flow controls; does not reflect EPA's position on
 any of the issues raised. Identifies six issue areas:  impacts
 of flow controls on solid waste management and capacity;
 impacts on source reduction and recycling; impacts on eco-
 nomics; impacts on recyclable material; impacts on human
 health and the environment; and alternatives to flow con-
 trols.  Includes list of commenters.
                                 02/08/94
? Order Nliir)t>&r:
                                Order Form: OSW
                                                  Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Permit
                                                  Programs: A Primer for Tribes

                                                  Assists tribal leaders  in learning more about permit pro-
                                                  grams for municipal solid waste landfills (MSWLFs).  De-
                                                  scribes the advantages of having an EPA-approved MSWLF
                                                  permit program. Discusses options for developing a tribal
                                                  MSWLF permit program.  Summarizes EPA requirements
                                                  for approval of permit programs.  Outlines the process for
                                                  applying for permit program approval.
                                                                                 05/15/94

                                                   Order Number: E~PA/53Q~K~&4-001  ' Order Form: OSW
                                                  Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and
                                                  Leachate Characterization; Monofill
                                                  Baseline Year; Wooclburn Monofill;
                                                  Woodburn, Oregon

                                                  Documents sampling and analysis of both liquids and solids
                                                  from a relatively young municipal solid waste (MSW) com-
                                                  bustion residue monofill. Part of long-term study.
                                                  (EPA/530-SW-89-074)               08/15/89
                                                   Order Number; PB90~104746
                               Order Form; NTI$
                                                  Municipal Waste Combustion Study
                                                  (Complete Set)

                                                  Analyzes health risks and environmental problems caused
                                                  by pollutants emitted from municipal waste combustors. De-
                                                  scribes municipal waste combustion industry and depicts
                                                  trends. Series of 9 volumes.
                                                  (EPA/530-SW-87-02 1 )              09/1 5/87

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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 municipal waste combustion. Vol-
ume 7 in 9-part series.
(EPA/530-SW-87-021G)              09/15/87

                           '   '  OrderForm: Nfi$
                            -  "
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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
 Characterization of the Municipal Waste
 Combustion Industry

 Describes MWC industry and depicts trends and growth in
 the industry. Vblume 8 in 9-part series.
 (EPA/53r>SW-87-021H)             06/15/87
  Order Number: PB87-206 140
 OrderForm: NTIS
 Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
 Control of Organic Emissions

 Describes assessment of combustion  control of organic
 emissions from municipal waste combustors (MWCs). Infor-
 mation developed during a study of municipal waste com-
 bustion concerned 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 ex-
 isting units from viewpoint of combustor and boiler subsys-
 tems, Vblume 3 in 9-part series.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-021C)             06/15/87

  Order Number: PB87-206090      Order Form:  NTIS


 Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
 Costs of Flue Gas Cleaning Technologies

 Assesses the emission control costs for municipal waste
 combustors. Volume 5 in 9-part series.
 (EPA/53f>SW-87-021E)              06/15/87

  Order Number: PB87-206 116       Order Form:  NTIS
                     Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Flue
                     Gas Cleaning Technology

                     Provides results of flue gas cleaning technology study ap-
                     plied to municipal waste combustors. Includes control and
                     effectiveness studies. Volume 4 in 9-part series.
                     (EPA/530-SW-87-021D)             06/15/87
Order Number: PB87-206 108
OrderForm; NTIS
                     Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
                     Recycling of Solid Waste

                     Assesses recycling solid waste as an alternative or augmen-
                     tative waste management strategy to municipal waste com-
                     bustion. Volume 9 in 9-part series.
                     (EPA/530-SW-87-021I)              06/15/87

                     - Order Number: PB87-206 157  '    OrderForm: A/T/S


                     Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
                     Report to Congress

                     Provides overview of entire municipal waste combustion
                    study.  Conducted in response to Section 102, HSWA, 1984.
                     Discusses numbers and types of existing and projected fa-
                    cilities, estimates of emissions,  options for controlling emis-
                    sions, risks from emissions, and potential for control. Costs
                    and sampling, analysis, and monitoring of emissions are ex-
                    amined. Overview of nine-volume study.
                    (EPA/530-SW-87-021A)             06/15/87

                     Order Number. PB87-206074  '   Order Form: NTIS
 Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
 Emissions Data Base for Municipal Waste
 Combustors

 Provides compilation of emission data for municipal waste
 combustors (MWCs). Information developed during a study
 of municipal waste combustion. The purpose of the docu-
 ment is to compile U.S. and Canadian data on emissions of
 pollutants of concern from MWCs. The document also is in-
 tended to compile similar data from  European and Japa-
 nese sources.  The  report also  reduces test data into
 consistent units of measure  and  reference  and  presents
 data in common format. Volume 2 in 9-part series.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-021B)             06/15/87
 Order Number: PB87-206082
OrderForm: NTIS
                    Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
                    Sampling and Analysis

                    Outlines recommended sampling, analysis and monitoring
                    procedures for municipal solid waste combustion facilities.
                    Volume 6 in 9-part series.
                    (EPA/530-SW-87-021F)              06/15/87
                     Order Number: PB87-206124
                              OrderForm: NTIS-
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National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1989 Data)

Presents a  detailed census based on hazardous waste re-
ports that are filed by generators and managers of RCRA
hazardous waste.  Reports on RCRA hazardous waste gen-
eration and management, as well as interstate transport of
hazardous  waste.  Also compares the 1989  data to  1987
data.
(EPA/530-R-92-027)                02/15/93

 Order Number: PB93-148245      Order Form; NTiS


National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1989 Data), Executive
Summary

Summarizes national  census results  on hazardous waste
quantity, management, and movement.
                                02/15/93

.'Order Number: &A/530&9&027 v  Order Form.' 0$SV'


National Capacity Assessment Report:
Capacity Planning Pursuant to CERCLA
Section  104(c)(9); Draft

Describes the outcome of the capacity assurance planning
(CAP) process.  Provides an  overview  of state and EPA
Phase I  activities  and methodology issues. Discusses na-
tional data aggregated by EPA, including  national assess-
ment of future capacity and  conclusions.   Appendices
present demand data submitted by states, commercial ca-
pacity data submitted by states, adjustments for commercial
capacity data, list of commercial facilities, and CAP manage-
ment categories. Includes references.
(EPA/530-R-94-040)                10/15/94

^ Order Niimfan PB9S-W5417  '   " Order form:
 National Capacity Assessment Report:
 Capacity Planning Pursuant to CERCLA
 Section 104(c)(9); Draft; Executive
 Summary

 Summarizes the outcome of the Capacity Assurance Plan-
 ning Assessment Report. Provides an overview of state and
 EPA Phase I activities and methodology issues. Discusses
 national data aggregated by EPA, including national assess-
 ment of future capacity and conclusions.
                                 10/15/94

  Order Number:] ฃPA/53OS~94~040   Order Form: OSW
National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous
Waste Management Program

Includes comprehensive changes to reflect requirements
and revised national policies. Changes include adding crite-
ria for closures and  corrective action, reformatting facility
management planning criteria, adding performance meas-
urements, and clarifying and editing various items.
                                 06/01/86

 Orcfer Number; 'BW630;S!fr894)11,, Order form; OSW*


National Dioxin  Study

Documents a two-year study to investigate dioxin contamina-
tion. Includes National Dioxin Strategy to provide coordi-
nated management  framework for investigative, remedial,
and regulatory activities.
(EPA/530-SW-87-025)               08/15/87
                                 Order Form:
National RCRA Corrective Action Strategy

Informs regions, states, regulated community, and the pub-
lic how EPA plans to approach implementation of corrective
action programs for releases of hazardous wastes and con-
stituents at facilities that manage hazardous wastes. Intro-
duces action authorities and discusses facilities subject to
requirements. Discussess how EPA will approach the pro-
gram, including establishing priorities, and factors influenc-
ing management of corrective action.
                                 10/01/86
 National Roundtable on Hazardous Waste
 Minimization andl Combustion: November
 15-18, 1993; Summary Report

 Summarizes the proceedings of the National  Roundtable
 Meeting on Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combus-
 tion, held  in Washington, DC, on  November 15-18, 1993.
 Documents participant discussions held on both combus-
 tion and waste minimization.  Appendices include a list of
 meeting participants, discussion documents on both com-
 bustion and waste minimization, and a meeting agenda.
                   :              05/15/94

 , Order Number;' EPA/530-R-94*Ql6   Order Form;"
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 National Small Quantity Hazardous Waste
 Generator Survey; Final Report

 Presents results of voluntary survey of generators of hazard-
 ous waste who produce less than 1,000 kg of hazardous
 waste per month. Designed to obtain reliable estimates of
 the number and type of small quantity hazardous waste
 generators and waste generation and management prac-
 tices. Describes purpose and scope, background of RCRA
 and 1984 amendments, methodology of survey, and results.
 Includes sample questionnaire  and detailed industry and
 waste stream profiles for small quantity generators.
 (EPA/530-SW-85-004)              02/15/85
       Number; PB85-180438
 Order Form:  NTI&I
 National Survey of Hazardous Waste
 Generators and Treatment, Storage,
 Disposal and Recycling Facilities in 1986:
 Hazardous Waste Generation and
 Management

 Presents findings of two extensive surveys  conducted by
 mail during a 3-year period to obtain detailed information
 concerning hazardous waste generation and management
 practices. Includes survey overview, hazardous waste gen-
 eration, types of waste generated, hazard waste manage-
 ment methods, and the changes since 1986 that affect
 waste management. Includes detailed charts.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-075)              10/15/91
    ler Number: PB92-123025
Order Form: NTIS
 National Survey of Hazardous Waste
 Generators and Treatment, Storage,
 Disposal and Recycling Facilities in 1986:
 Hazardous Waste Management in RCRA
 TSDR Units

 Presents initial findings of two, three-year long national mail
 surveys to gather information about hazardous waste gen-
 eration and management practices. National Survey of Haz-
 ardous Waste Generators (Generator Survey) and National
 Survey of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal,
 and Recycling Facilities (TSDR Survey) focused on hazard-
 ous waste handlers regulated under Subtitle C, RCRA, and
 HSWA amendments of 1984.
 (EPA/53f>SW-91-060)               07/15/91
 National Survey of Hazardous Waste
 Generators and Treatment, Storage, and
 Disposal Facilities Regulated under RCRA
 in 1981

 Summarizes findings of national survey of hazardous waste
 generators  and treatment, storage, and disposal facilities
 regulated under Subtitle C, RCRA of 1976. Mail survey con-
 ducted during fall and spring of 1982 to 1983 under spon-
 sorship of EPA's Office of Solid Waste. Information-provided
 EPA with first complete description of hazardous waste
 management and generation activities regulated under fed-
 eral law since RCRA was enacted in 1976.
 (EPA/530-SW-84-005)               04/20/84

 jg^Nmber: P&@B-W7837/ฃ$    Order Pom; iyr/$


 National  Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal)
 Landfill Facilities

 Describes methodology and results of national survey of
 Subtitle D municipal landfill facilities conducted in response
 to HSWA amendments of 1984. HSWA required EPA to con-
 duct 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 small-quantity
 generator hazardous waste and  household  hazardous
 waste.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-034)               09/15/88

 Order Numtier. PB89-118S25     ' Order Forty: NTIS'


 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 phi-
 losophy. Based on extensive analysis of perspectives gained
from federal and  state officials,  public  interest repre-
sentatives, and regulated community. Sets direction for im-
plementing RCRA and provides basis for  EPA's strategic
decision-making.
                                07/15/90
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 Order Number: EPA/53&SW-9&Q&9 Order Form: OSW
lOKter Number: PB91-211 821
Order Form.' A/77S:
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 govern-
ments. First newsletter includes citizen suit provisions, role of
regional Indian coordinator, and listing of reference materials.
                                09/15/90

jjjlf r Dumber. EP^V530^W-90-079 ^ Order Form; OSW'     Order Number:. EPA/S8Q-N-94-002
Native American Network: A RCRA
Information Exchange (Issue #5)
(Spring/Summer 1994)

Focuses on EPA/VISTA  Alaska Project  and  its  novel  ap-
proach to solid waste management. Articles cover illegal
dump sites on the Omaha Indian Reservation, an introduc-
tion to the new Office of Solid Waste Director, and house-
hold hazardous waste.
                                04/15/94

                                Order Form: OSW
Native American Network: A RCRA
Information Exchange  (Issue #2)
(Spring 1991)

Contains Oglala Sioux Tribe and Blue Legs Decision, phi-
losophy on training, clandestine drug labs, hot topics, and
important solid waste contacts.
                                04/15/91

former Number;' EP/y63OSW-91-001  Order Form: JQSW
Native American Network: A RCRA
Information Exchange  (Issue #3)
(Summer/Fall 1991)

Covers Campo experience, money matters, IMS and solid
waste, and a recycling project on the Cherokee Reservation.
                                07/15/91

''[Order Number: EP^/53'O^W-91-002  Order Form:, 'OSW
Native American Network: A RCRA
Information Exchange (Issue #4)
(Summer/Fall 1993)

Contains articles on regional activities: the Solid Waste Net-
work, ITCA and the Multi-Media Assistance Program, the Cir-
cuit Riders, and a meeting between Region 6 tribes and
federal  representatives. Provides information on the Indian
Environmental General Assistance Program Act of 1992. De-
scribes IndianNet, a telecommunications network for Native
American Indians.
                                10/15/93

Ureter Number: EPA/530*N-93~QQ3   Order Form: OSW ;
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 Man-
agement. Articles cover the new American  Indian Environ-
mental  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 subtitle C of RCRA and funding
tribal hazardous waste programs.
                                12/15/94

 Order Number: 'EPA/5SO-N-94-008   Order Form:  OSW
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.
                                 12/15/90

-•OrderNumber: EP/y530-SW-9W12  OrderForm: OSW
The New Toxicity Characteristic Rule:
Information and Tips for Generators

Provides tips on waste minimization practices, along with
contacts for more information. Includes compliance guide-
lines.
                                04/15/90

. Order Number: EPA/530-SW-9Q-Q28 OrderForm: OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial
Report of Hazardous Waste Generators
and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities Regulated under RCRA; Volume I:
Summary

Profiles each state's hazardous waste generation and man-
agement data. Focuses on regional and national level analy-
ses, making it a benchmark study. Data are comprehensive
and improved compared to earlier studies. Includes tables,
figures, definitions, methodology, and results.
(EPA/530-SW-89-033A)             03/15/89
 Order Number PB89-187 645
Order Form: NTIS
Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial
Report of Hazardous Waste Generators
and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities Regulated under RCRA; Volume II:
Methodology and Data

Provides detailed  assessment of the study's survey ap-
proach and data, particularly state-by-state data profiles and
relationships among states.
(EPA/53OSW-89-033B)             03/15/89
 Order Number: PB89-187 652
Order Form: NTIS
Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial
RCRA Hazardous Waste Report

Provides information about the generation,  management,
and final disposition of hazardous waste as regulated by
RCRA. Data from 18,660 RCRA hazardous waste sites are
included. The survey is mandated by law every two years.
Data present the number of RCRA-regulated hazardous
waste generators; types and quantities of waste generated;
the number of treatment, storage, and disposal  facilities;
and types and quantities of wastes managed.
(EPA/53OSW-91-061)              07/15/91
 Order Number: PB91-220 293
Order Form: NTIS
Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial
RCRA Hazardous Waste Report; Executive
Summary

Presents information from EPA's 1987 report. Collects and
maintains information about generation, management, and
final disposition of hazardous waste regulated by RCRA.
Data from 18,660 sites are included.
                                07/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/530-SW-91-061A Order Form: OSW
                    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 domi-
                    nant category is hazardous wastewater with low pH. In-
                    cludes individual study results.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-035)              09/01/88
                                                    Order Number: PB89-W6058
                                                   Order Form:
Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in
Rats Test Materials: Pyridine; 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 acceptable concen-
trations in leachates emanating from land disposal units.
(EPA/530-SW-88-016A)              12/15/87

 Order Number: PB88-176 136      Order Form: NTIS,


Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in
Rats Test Materials: Pyridine; Volume II

Provides additional data to Volume I including summary and
conclusion.
(EPA/530-SW-88-016B)
                    Order Number; PB88-176144
12/15/87

Ord&rForm: NTI&
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.
(EPA/530-R-92-023)                07/15/92
                    Order Number: PB92-207 695
                                Order Form: NTIS
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 Non-Paper Office Products Containing
 Recovered Materials

 Lists manufacturers and suppliers of non-paper office prod-
 ucts (office recycling containers and office waste recepta-
 cles, plastic desktop accessories, toner cartridges, binders,
 and plastic trash bags) containing recovered materials.  In-
 cludes company name, address, contact name, phone num-
 ber, and fax number.  Listings are based on information
 provided by the manufacturer and do not represent an en-
 dorsement by EPA.
                                 06/15/95

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 aa ~ / >*. Afrfbt-^f^ S rf* W&&ฎ1*- * 7"f, f  n> *<-< ~yn s?s r$^, ^ ^ }  "     "**>

 Office Paper Recycling: An
 Implementation Manual

 Provides information to assist federal agencies in planning,
 implementing, and promoting a high-grade paper recovery
 program. The basic principles outlined should be useful to
 anyone planning an office paper recycling program, includ-
 ing  state and local  government agencies,  commercial busi-
 nesses, and other private organizations.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-001)               01/15/90

ypp&f-NiimbeK PB9Q-199,431  ,1"ฐ Order Form: NTIS


Once There Lived a Wicked Dragon
(Coloring Book)

Designed as an environmental coloring book for children.
 "This fable dedicated to the children that they may help us
to know a dragon when we see one."
                                 01/15/74

                                           : QSW
 One-Time Waste Estimated for Capacity
 Assurance Planning: Capacity Planning
 Pursuant to CEFICLA Section 104 (c)(9)

 Provides detailed descriptions of the  methodologies the
 Agency used to develop tonnage estimates representing 20
 years of offsite shipments to commercial Subtitle C hazard-
 ous waste management facilities.  Discusses the methods
 for calculating wastes associated with the five major sources
 of remediation actions: Superfund removal actions, Super-
 fund remedial actions, RCRA corrective  actions, under-
 ground storage  tank cleanups, and  state and  private
 cleanups.  Identifies potential sources of contamination, the
 type of contamination, the  probability that the waste gener-
 ated at these sites will be sent off site for treatment and dis-
 posal,  waste tonnages that will likely be  sent off site,
 tonnage of treatment residuals generated, probability of dis-
 posal in Subtitle  C landfills, and the distribution of  waste
 over the 20-year period for each source of remediation.
 (EPA/530-R-94-002)                 01/15/95
 - prefer Wvmfrer; PB95-1&7 235
Ordor Form: NT1$
 Paper-Less Office Campaign: An
 Agencywide Waste Prevention Program

 Encourages EPA employees to reduce the amount of paper
 used. Describes EPA's goals for reducing paper waste.
                                 04/15/94

 Ord&r Number:,EP#/5go-F-9fO-t2   Order Form: OSW',


 Parks and Recreation Products Containing
 Recovered Materials

 Lists manufacturers and suppliers of parks and recreation
products (playground surfaces and running tracks) contain-
ing recovered 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.
                                 06/15/95

                                 Order Form: OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms,
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Pay as You Throw: Lessons Learned About
Unit Pricing	

Examines the advantages and potential barriers to unit pric-
ing systems.  Assists in determining if unit pricing is appro-
priate for a community. Explains in step-by-step detail how
to launch a unit pricing program.  Reviews unit pricing op-
tions. Describes how to build consensus and plan a unit
pricing  program, how to design an integrated unit pricing
program, and how to implement and monitor the program.
Includes examples, definitions of terms, and a bibliography.
                                04/15/94

 Order Number:  EPA/530-R-94-004   Order Form: OSW
Performance Test on a Spray Dryer,
Fabric Filter, and Wet Scrubber; Draft Test
Report	

Reports on a performance test of a Toxics Substances Con-
trol Act (TSCA) waste incinerator in Kansas, April 25-27;
1989. Part of EPA's Office of Solid Waste efforts to develop
regulations to control the emissions of products of incom-
plete combustion, particulate matter, and toxic metals from
hazardous waste incinerators.1^
(EPA/530-SW-90-008)     JJ       10/15/89

 .Order Number;  PB90-12054&       Order Form: NTIS


 Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for
 Exposure Information  Requirements
 Under RCRA, Section 3019	__

 Provides owners and operators of hazardous waste landfills
 and surface impoundments with guidance for submitting in-
 formation on the potential for public exposure to hazardous
 wastes.
                                 07/03/85
                   Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for
                   the General Facility Standards of 40 CFR
                   264	

                   Assists owners and operators of hazardous waste manage-
                   ment facilities required to submit Part B of permit applica-
                   tions in exhibiting compliance with the standards of 40 CFR
                   Part 264.
                   (EPA/SW-968)                    10/15/83

                    Order Dumber: PB87-15I064/AS    Order Form:  NTIS


                   Permit Guidance Manual on Hazardous
                   Waste Land Treatment Demonstrations

                   Contains specific laboratory and field test methods that may
                   be used to complete demonstration. Describes alternative
                   technical approaches and permitting procedures. Includes
                   reconnaissance surveys, laboratory analyses, mathematical
                   modeling, and field plot studies.
                   (EPA/530-SW-86-032)               07/15/86

                    Order Number: PB86-229 184/AS   Order Form: N77S


                   Permit Guidance Manual on Unsaturated
                   Zone  Monitoring for Hazardous Waste
                   Land  Treatment Units	

                   Provides guidance to permit applicants and writers for de-
                   veloping unsaturated zone monitoring systems at hazardous
                   waste land treatment units to comply with Part 264,  Sub-
                   part M  Regulations. Covers both soil core and soil pore-liq-
                   uid sampling procedures, chain of custody considerations,
                   and data evaluation.
                   (EPA/530-SW-86-040)              10/15/86

                    6rder Number:, PB&7-2 Iff 463/AS   ' Order Form: NtlS
 1 Order Number: PB87-193694
Order Form: NTIS
 Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for
 Hazardous Waste Land Treatment,
 Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Final
 Draft	

 Explains EPA permitting process, facility standards, and ap-
 plication information requirements. Intended for federal per-
 mit applicants who operate facilities that treat, store,  or
 dispose of hazardous waste in  surface impoundments,
 waste piles, land treatment units, and landfills.
 (EPA/530-SW-84-004)        ^     05/15/84

 ^Order Number: PB89-115695 '*     Order Form: NTIS
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
  88

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  Permit Process Steps: For Interim Status
  Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities
  and for New Hazardous Waste
  Combustion Facilities

  Presents proposed requirements from the RCRA Expanded
  Public Participation and Revisions to Combustion Permit-
  ting Procedures.  Includes preapplication meeting, submis-
  sions 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, prepa-
  ration of draft  permit determination, public  comment on
  draft permit determination, permit determination, permit ap-
  peal, and judicial appeal for interim status hazardous waste
  combustion facilities.  Comprises preapplication  meeting'
  submission of Parts A and B permit applications, applica-
  tion  notice, review of application, information  repository
  preparation of draft permit determination, public comment
  on draft permit determination, four-phase permit, permit ap-
  peal,  judicial appeal,  startup/shakedown period (Phase
  One), trial burn notice, trial burn (Phase Two), posttrial burn
  (Phase Three), and final operating conditions  (Phase Four)
 for new hazardous waste combustion facilities.
                                  11/15/94

  Order Number; EP/y53OF<-94-Q36  ' Order Form- O3W
                " *  > "     j   %  ฐ*     "    >"'*>>

 Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for
 Hazardous Waste Land Treatment,
 Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Phase Is
 Criteria for Location Acceptability and
 Existing  Applicable Regulations

 Defines acceptable locations for hazardous waste facilities.
 Cites applicable regulations  and statutes in evaluating ac-
 ceptable locations. Presents summary of EPA efforts to en-
 sure both the proper site analysis and the safe location of
 such facilities.
 (EPA/530-SW-85-024)               02/15/85

  Order Number:  P&88-125 6BQ/AS    Order form: NTIS~


 Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for
 Hazardous Waste Tank Standards

Assists permit reviewers in evaluation of design standards of
hazardous waste tanks, piping, controls,  and ancillaries  in
hazardous waste tanks. Only to be used with a  reference li-
brary of standards, codes, handbooks and data surveys
(EPA/530-SW-89-003)               07/15/86

 OrderNumber: PB89-126478     . '' Order Form:  NTIS
  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.
'0ซsfer  umber;
                                   04/15/88

                                   Order Form- OSW
  Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
  Groundwater and Air Emission Monitoring
  Describes permitting requirements of owners and operators
  of hazardous waste management facilities. Supports rule-
  making for the permitting of land disposal facilities concern-
  ing groundwater and air emission  monitoring. Contains
  summaries of comments made regarding proposed rules
  and Agency responses.
                                  07/31/81

  Order Number,  PB87-246431  ' ,  Order Form: NTIS'


 Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
 Groundwater Protection Standard
 Describes proposed groundwater permitting requirements
 of owners and operators of hazardous waste management
 facilities. Summarizes comments and Agency responses
 providing regulatory rationale. Discusses groundwater pro-
 tection strategy, facility design requirements, containment
 strategies, and specific; ambient health and environmental
 standards.

                                  07/31/81
 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

 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 realistic
 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.
                                 07/31/81

                  *-%4,6 418-     '  Order, Farm:, /V77S,
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 regulations with ra-
tionale for final regulations. Includes issues such as surface
water run-on and run-off, soil and soil-pure monitoring, and
closure and postclosure.
                                 07/31/81
                    Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
                    Surface Impoundments	

                    Describes proposed surface impoundment permitting re-
                    quirements of owners and operators of hazardous waste
                    management facilities.
                                                    07/31/81
                     Order Number: PBB1-246 365
                                Order Form; NTIS
 Order Number. PB31-246381
Order Form: NTIS
 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.
                                 07/31/81

  Order Number: PB81-246399
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Underground Injection; Background
Document

Describes permitting requirements of owners and operators
of hazardous waste management facilities. Proposes stand-
ards for underground injection and underground seepage
land disposal facilities.  Discusses implications for Under-
ground Injection Control Program established under the
authority of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
                                 07/31/81
Order Form: NTIS      Order Number: PB81-246 407
                                 Order Form; NTIS
 Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
 Overview; Background Document	

 Describes permitting requirements of owners and operators
 of hazardous waste management facilities. Provides analysis
 of standards, comment on summaries, and Agency rationale
 for regulations.
                                  07/31/81
                    Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
                    Waste Piles	

                    Describes proposed waste pile permitting requirements of
                    owners and  operators of hazardous waste management
                    facilities.
                                                     07/31/81
  Order Number: PB81-246 357
 Order Form: NTIS
                                                       Order Number: PB81-246373
                                                     Order, Form: NTIS
 Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
 Performance Standards for Land Disposal
 Facilities	

 Describes performance permitting requirements of owners
 and operators of hazardous waste management facilities.
 Proposes standards applicable to land disposal facilities un-
 der Subpart B - General Facility Standards. Proposes stand-
 ards applicable to land disposal facilities handling specific
 wastes or waste types under Subpart T - Minimum Accept-
 able Treatment of Hazardous Wastes Prior to Disposal.
                                  07/31/81
                     Petitions to Delist Hazardous Wastes; A
                     Guidance Manual; Second Edition _

                     Provides guidance for submitting a credible and complete
                     petition to delist a specific waste from the hazardous waste
                     listing in 40 CFR Part 261. Contains information to assist in-
                     terested individuals in determining whether to submit a peti-
                     tion and  presents a stepwise approach to  compiling a
                     delisting petition.
                     (EPA/530-R-93-007)                03/15/93
  Order Number: PB93-169365
                                                      Order Form; NTIS
   Order Number PBS 1-246 449
 Order Form: NTIS
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                           Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber
 Parametric Tests for Particulate,  Metals,
 and HCI Emissions; John Zink Company
 Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
 Test Report

 Presents results of testing program to control emissions of
 particulate matter, toxic metals and hydrochloric acid from
 hazardous waste incinerators. Toxic  metals examined in-
 clude arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, and mercury.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-009)              06/15/89

 Order Number: PB90-129 362~  ' '  Order Form: NTIS'


 Plans, Recordkeeping, Variances, and
 Demonstrations for Hazardous Waste
 Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
 Facilities; A Guidance  Manual

Assists  EPA's regional offices in interpreting selected re-
quirements of the Interim Status Standards (ISS) for facilities
managing hazardous waste. ISS have  been designed to be
met without substantial interpretation by,  or negotiation
with, EPA.
(EPA/SW-921)                    01/01/81
                                                    Press Release Announcing EPA's Proposal
                                                    Expanding Opportunities for Public
                                                    Participation in the Permitting of All
                                                    Hazardous Waste Facilities, Including
                                                    Incinerators andl Other Hazardous Waste
                                                    Burners

                                                    Communicates  EPA's proposal to expand public participa-
                                                    tion opportunities in the permitting process.  Announces
                                                    the release of the Draft RCRA Hazardous Waste Minimiza-
                                                    tion National Plan and the Combustion Emissions Technical
                                                    Resource Document (CETRED).
                                                                                   05/24/94

                                                     Order Number:  MPA/!630'F~94~02Q   Order Form: OSW


                                                    Procedural Guidance for Reviewing
                                                    Exposure Information Under RCRA,
                                                    Section 3019

                                                    Assists permit writers in the evaluation of exposure informa-
                                                    tion. Outlines steps in referring sites to EPA for Toxic Sub-
                                                    stances and Disease Registry health evaluations. Includes
                                                    integration of review into existing activities.
                                                                                   09/26/86
 .Order Number: PB87-155 503/AS   Order Form: NTฎ'     Vfder Dumber: ~PB$7-193 702       Order Form: NTIS
 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 use of the model in five simulations and provides
 analysis of revenue requirements under alternative Fund cov-
 erage policies. Technical details given on various aspects of
 model.
                               05/01/85

                               Order Form; NTIS"
Order Number: P&86-212479/AS
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 municipal solid waste, and provides informa-
tion regarding potential substitutes for these metals in vari-
ous applications.
(EPA/530-R-92-010)               04/15/92

 Order Number; PB92-162551      Order Form: NTIS
 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.
 (EPA/530-SW-84-001)               04/15/84

 Order Number: PB87-191 029       Order Form: NTI$


 Procedures  Manual for Groundwater
 Monitoring at Solid Waste Disposal
 Facilities

Assists user to  establish ground-water monitoring proce-
dures at solid waste disposal facilities. Examines need for
monitoring, assigning priorities for facilities to be monitored,
and implementing and  directing cost-effective, and on-going
monitoring programs.  •
(EPA/SW-611)        :             08/15/77
                                                   OrdeiNumber. PB84-174820
                               Order Form: NTIS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 materials
from the conference. Workshop topics include: "how-to's"
for collection day program beginners, paint reuse and recy-
cling programs, education, heavy metals, funding issues for
permanent programs, containers and special wastes, devel-
oping programs for conditionally exempt small quantity gen-
erators,  clean and  green building and repair,  toxicity
reduction and changing consumer attitudes, and wastewa-
ter  pollution prevention household hazardous waste pro-
grams.   Appendices include the final agenda, final list of
speakers and biographical sketches,  list of attendees,
poster session participants, national listing of household
hazardous waste programs, household  hazardous waste
management state contacts, permanent household hazard-
ous waste program managers, and collection program con-
tractors.
(EPA/530-R-94-022)                11/06/93
 Order Number. PB94-181 047
Order Form: NT1$'!
 Proceedings of the Fifth National
 Conference on Household Hazardous
 Waste Management, November 5-7, 1990,
 San Francisco, California

 Compiles addresses, documents, and related publications
 pertaining to the fifth annual Household Hazardous Waste
 Management Conference. Covers  topics on pesticides,
 source reduction, paint, heavy metals, wastewater, and in-
 door air pollution. Reprints submitted speeches.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-059)              03/15/91
  Order Number: PB91-206 607
Order Form: NTI$'
 Proceedings of the First International
 Symposium on Oil and Gas Exploration
 and Production Waste Management
 Practices, September 10-13, 1990, New
 Orleans, Louisiana

 Contains proceedings of the First International Symposium
 on Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Wastes Manage-
 ment Practices. Symposium was co-sponsored by EPA, De-
 partment of the Interior, Department of Energy, and various
 interested associations and commissions.
 (EPA/53f>SW-91 -030)              09/13/90

  Order Number: PB91-160549      Order Form: NTIS
                   Proceedings of the Fourth National
                   Conference on Household Hazardous
                   Waste Management

                   Presents  proceedings concerned with the reduction and
                   safe management .of everyday waste. Emphasizes toxicity
                   reduction and recycling, used oil and lead-acid batteries,
                   education programs, and expanding and improving existing
                   collection programs.
                   (EPA/530-SW-89-042D)             02/15/90
                               ;^*l,i4!'f'^:.-:.-./-Af-f.-^ ,<- ', •, ;.', •! r- '* 'ซ•-•'*: '. - W , ',- -r;,.s.^.
Proceedings of the Seventh National
United States Environmental Protection
Agency Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management, December
8-12, 1992, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Contains opening plenary session and workshop materials
from the conference. Workshop topics include: paint, batter-
ies, fluorescent lamps, pesticides, and  used oil, as well as
"how-to's," education, collection, source reduction, and con-
ditionally exempt small quantity generators.
(EPA/530-R-93-008)                01/15/93
 Order Number: PBdB-170116


Proceedings of the Sixth National United
States Environmental Protection Agency
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Management, Seattle, Washington,
December 3-7, 1991

Contains opening plenary session and workshop materials
of the conference.  Workshop issues include: used oil, farm
pesticides collection programs, cleaning products, automo-
tive products, household and community pesticides, fluores-
cent lights, paint, household batteries, indoor air, and public
education.
(EPA/530-R-92-016)                03/15/92
                    Order Number: PB92-169 390
                                Order Form7"NTlil
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
 92

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                                                          Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Procurement Guidelines for Government
Agencies

Requires government agencies to buy products made with
recovered materials according to Section 6002 of RCRA.
Five different guidelines cover .specific items: paper and pa-
per products, lubricating oils, retreaded tires, building insula-
tion products, and cement and concrete containing fly ash.
Includes guidelines, section requirements, and enforcement.
                                12/15/90
                   Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
                   Fiscal Impacts olF 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' Associa-
                   tion Mine Waste Task Force.
OrfferForrn; OSW    (EPA/530-R-92-008b)
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)(1) of RCRA, explaining its legal
and technical requirements.
(EPA/530-SW-86-016)               06/11/86
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. Contains three volumes.
(EPA/530-R-92-008)               12/21/91
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 environmental
control and management of mining waste.
(EPA/530-R-92-008a)               12/21/91
                                                                                  12/21/91

                                                                                '"'''Order Forrni'NTlB'
                   Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
                   Fiscal Impacts olf EPA's Strawman II on
                   State Mine Waste Management Programs;
                   Volume III: Appendix: State Reports

                   Reports on the impacts of EPA's Strawman II report from
                   the Interstate Mining Compact Commission, Interstate Coali-
                   tion on Mine Waste.   :
                                                   (EPA/530-R-92-008C)
                                                  12/21/91

                                                                                  Order Form: NTIS
                                                                                            "
                   Promoting Source Reduction and
                   Recyclability in the Marketplace

                   Relates the effectiveness of consumer-oriented education
                   programs promoting source reduction and recyclabiiity in
                   the marketplace. Aims to assist solid waste officials, con-
                   sumer interest groups, manufacturers, and marketing con-
                   sultants  charged with  developing  strategies to reduce
                   municipal solid waste. Describes campaigns and research
                   and outlines some general principles contributing to suc-
                   cessful consumer-oriented programs.
                   (EPA/530-SW-89-066)              09/15/89

                                                  Order Form:
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.

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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 support and background information for regula-
tions issued under Section  3004, RCRA,  regarding pro-
posed  additions  to  standards  for  hazardous  waste
incineration.
                                12/15/80
 Order Number: PB81-193021
Order Form: NTIS
Protocol for Evaluating Interim Status
Closure/Postclosure Plans

Provides 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 clo-
sure and postclosure plans.
                                08/15/86
 Order Number: PB87-178315
Order Form: NTI$
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 eco-
logical  impact assessment of mining and beneficiation
wastes bearing cyanides or generating acids. Data regard-
ing waste quantities, with limited  information on cyanide
concentrations and  the potential for acid formation  of
wastes, were extracted and summarized.
(EPA/530-SW-86-025)              06/27/86
•Order Number. PB86-219 391/AS   Order Form:  NTIS'
Questions and Answers on Land Disposal
Restrictions for Solvents and Dioxins

Summarizes frequently asked questions and appropriate re-
sponses concerning land disposal restrictions for the final
rule for solvents and dioxins. Answers reflect land disposal
prohibition requirements covered by federal rules promul-
gated on November 7,1986.
                                05/15/87

 Order Number. EPA/53OSW-87-020 Order Form: OSW
                   Questions and Answers on the Land
                   Disposal Restrictions Program (Brochure)

                   Gives background information on frequently asked ques-
                   tions about land disposal restrictions.
                                                   11/15/86

                    Order Number: EPA/530-SW-86-057  Order Form: O$W
Questions and Answers Regarding the
July 14, 1986, Hazardous Waste Tank
System Regulatory Amendments

Answers questions concerning  compliance or implementa-
tion of Subpart J requirements. Topics include the applica-
bility of requirements, integrity assessments, design and
operation  requirements, secondary containment, and clo-
sure and postclosure care.
                                10/02/87

 Order Number: EPA/SaOSW-ST-QlZ  Order Form: OSW
Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity Study; Final
Report; Compound: Isobutyl Alcohol

Evaluates toxicity of isobutyl alcohol in rat subchronic toxic-
ity study. Reveals that oral administration of the compound
produces treatment-related effects at a dose level of 1,000
mg/kg/day,  which produces  hypoactivity  and  lowered
weight gain in males.
(EPA/530-SW-88-015)              07/30/85
                    Order Number: PB88-176177
                                Order Form: NTtS
                   RCRA Corrective Action Interim Measures
                   Guidance; Interim Final

                   Provides technical framework for development of Corrective
                   Action  Orders and  corrective action permit requirements.
                   Assists regions and states to perform corrective action in-
                   terim measures to mitigate or remove an exposure threat
                   presented by releases.
                                                   06/15/88

                    Order Number: EPA/S30-SW-88-029  Order Form:  OSW
                    RCRA Corrective Action Plan; Final

                    Assists regions and states in establishing corrective action
                    programs.  Provides technical  framework for the develop-
                    ment of Corrective Action Orders and corrective action per-
                    mit requirements.
                                                   05/31/94
                                                    Order Number: PB94-963657
                                                   Order Form; NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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  RCRA Environmental Indicators; FY 1991
  Progress Report and Implementation Plan
  for the Future

  Establishes environmental indicators to measure progress in
  the RCRA program and develops a long-term strategy for re-
  porting indicators. Describes indicators for waste minimiza-
  tion, safe management, and corrective action.
                                  01/15/92

                                  Order Form; O8W
' Order Number: EPA/530&Q2-012
  RCRA Environmental Indicators; FY 1992
  Progress Report

  Evaluates  12  environmental indicators collected  for the
  RCRA program. Details fiscal year 1992 indicator results in
  areas of waste minimization, safe management, and correc-
  tive action. Defines environmental indicators and sets an im-
  plementation plan for 1993.

                                  08/01/93

                                  Order Fgrm: OSW
' "Order number: -SPA/S30-H-9S-01 ?
 RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance

 Provides guidance to the Office of Solid Waste in conduct-
 ing RCRA facility assessments. Replaces 8/85 draft guid-
 ance with revisions made to  reflect developments in  the
 implementation  of the RCRA corrective action  program
 Also clarifies the definition of solid waste management unit
 (EPA/530-SW-86-053)               10/09/86

 '•'Order Number:
              PB87-W7 769
                                 Order Form:
 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 over-
 seeing owners or operators of hazardous waste manage-
 ment facilities conducting the second phase of the RCRA
 Corrective Action Program,  a RCRA Facility  Investigation
 (RFI). The purpose of a RFI  is to obtain information to fully
 characterize nature, extent, and rate of migration  of release
 of hazardous waste or constituents.  An RFI also is con-
 ducted to interpret information and determine whether correc-
tive measures may be necessary. Four-volume document
(EPA/530-SW-89-031)              05/15/89

 rQrdef*tiuffiber: PB89-S00299 '   '  QrderFom: NTiS
                                                     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 necessary program
  changes.            ;
  (EPA/SW-862)                    06/10/83

  "O^Jjtomfai PBS7--15&P&7/A3   Order Formi NTiS *


  RCRA Groundwater Monitoring
 Compliance Order Guidance
                                                    Guides state and regional enforcement officials in develop-
                                                    ing administrative orders to address RCRA groundwater
                                                    monitoring violations at interim status land disposal facilities
                                                    Promotes the  development of orders that correct interim
                                                    status violations in a manner consistent with the permittina
                                                    process.

                                                                                    08/01/85
 RCRA Groundwater Monitoring: Draft
 Technical Guidance

 Provides technical guidance for implementing the ground-
 water monitoring regulations for regulated units contained
 in 40 CFR 264 Subpart F and the permitting standards of
 40 CFR 270. Also provides guidance to owner/operators of
 TSDFs that are required to comply with other subparts of
 40 CFR 264.
 (EPA/530-R-93-001 )                1 •)/•) 5/92

^ Order Number: PB93-139 350   '   'Order Form;
                                                   RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Technical
                                                   Enforcement Guidance Document (TEGD1
                                                   (Final)
                                                   Describes the essential components of a groundwater moni-
                                                   toring system to meet goals of RCRA. Assists enforcement
                                                   officials, permit writers, field inspectors, and attorneys at fed-
                                                   eral and state levels regarding the adequacy of existing or pro-
                                                   posed groundwater monitoring systems or modifications.
                                                   (EPA/530-SW-86-055)              09/15/86
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering information ana Forms.
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RCRA Guidance Document: Land
Treatment	

Presents land treatment design and operating specifications
that comply with appropriate sections of regulations. Topics
include treatment demonstration requirements, design and
operating requirements, unsaturated zone monitoring re-
quirements, and closure and postciosure requirements.
                                 10/06/82

 Order Number. PB87-155 065/AS
Order Form: NTIS
 RCRA Guidance Document: Landfill
 Design, Liner Systems, and Final Cover;
 Draft	
 Presents landfill design specifications that comply with perti-
 nent 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 facil-
 ity. After closure, leachate formation and escape is  mini-
 mized  as best achieved by current technology.
                                 07/01/82

 ^OKler Number: ~PB87-157 657/AS   0raerFonrti^l


 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.
                                  11/15/86

  Border Numbed W87-157 665/AS   Order Form: NTiS


  RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart G
  Closure and Postciosure Care Standards
  and  Subpart H Cost Estimating
  Requirements	

  Assists regions and states with implementation of closure
  and postciosure care and cost estimate regulations.  Helps
  owners and operators prepare plans and cost estimates to
  satisfy regulations. Discusses site-specific factors that may
  affect closure and postciosure care activities and provides
  closure and postciosure checklists to assist  in preparing
  and reviewing plans.
  (EPA/530-SW-87-010}               01/15/87

  Border Number: PB87-158978/AS   Order Form:
RCRA Hazardous Waste: Information
Management Executive Summary	

Introduces the Resource Conservation and Recovery Sys-
tem (RCRIS) and the Biennial Reporting System (BRS) with
attention  to the questions of  reporting facilities.  Covers
types of information supplied and program support.
                                 01/15/92

 Order Number. &A/530&92-001    Order form: OSW


RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1987	

Provides guidance to regions and states for implementing
RCRA Subtitle C Program in FY 1987. Identifies priorities
such as permitting land disposal facilities by the statutory
deadline, ensuring proper closure  of facilities, enforcing
against ground-water monitoring violators, permitting of new
treatment and RD&D units, and conducting required inspec-
tions.
 (EPA/OSWER9420.00-1)            05/19/86

  Order Number: PB87-15767&/AS"   Order Form: NTtS


 RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
 Year 1988	

 Provides guidance on implementing RCRA Subtitle C pro-
 gram and provides framework for determining priorities at
 national and state levels.  Identifies the priorities necessary
 to meet 1988 and 1989  permitting deadlines, to  process
 permit modifications, new treatment and R&D unit permits,
 to address environmentally significant closures, and to per-
 form inspections as mandated by statute and Agency policy.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-039)               03/31/87

   Order Number: ''PB91-1&6 679      Order Form: NTIS


  RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
  Year  1989	

  Outlines EPA's environmental  program for FY 1989. Pro-
  vides guidance on implementing RCRA Subtitle C program
  and provides framework for determining priorities  based on
  environmental benefits.
  (EPA/530-SW-91-040)              04/05/88

   Order Number: PB61-1SB687'      Order Form: NTIS
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
 Year 1990

 Outlines EPA's environmental  program for FY 1990. Pro-
 vides an overview of the Agency's national program strate-
 gies and priorities for permitting, enforcement, cleanup, and
 other activities for FY 1990. Includes activities in the Strate-
 gic Planning and Management System.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-041)                04/15/89
 Order Number: PB91-156695
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1991

Outlines EPA's environmental program for FY 1991. Provides
an overview of the main objectives of EPA's national  pro-
grams and  initiatives to prevent pollution, improve manage-
ment, strengthen enforcement, foster greater public involvement,
and bolster science.
(EPA/530-SW-91-042)                04/15/90
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1992

Provides an overview of the main objectives of the national
RCRA solid and hazardous waste management program.
Identifies the priority activities tracked in the Strategic Tar-
geted Activities  for Results (STARS),  and addresses  re-
source allocations for the upcoming fiscal year.
(EPA/530-SW-91-023)              05/15/91

'-Order Number.  PB91-211 813 ~     - 'Order Form; NTIS '
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1993

Sets forth RCRA priority activities and measures for its solid
and hazardous waste management program. Updates the
1992 version by incorporating many changes and clarifica-
tions that states have suggested.
(EPA/530-R-92-017)                04/15/92

•\QrdefDumber PE}933jฃ96ff':•;"." Order f-'om.
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1994

Defines the national policy, strategic goals, and priority ac-
tivities for the  RCRA solid and hazardous waste program.
Covers facility priority setting and evaluation, permitting, cor-
rective action, compliance monitoring and enforcement, ac-
countability, and municipal  and  industrial solid  waste
management.
                                 04/15/93

-'QrfiBF Dumber,  5PA/530-R-ฃ>3J)Od   Order form;  OSW
                    RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal
                    Year 1994 Addendum

                    Provides supplementary information and guidance to assist
                    regions and states in their implementation and reporting ef-
                    forts.  Includes additional guidance  for implementing the
                    Agency's new hazardous waste combustion strategy; Begin-
                    ning-of-Year Plan (BYP) Guidance defining the purpose, con-
                    tent, and format of the BYP;  definitions of major RCRA
                    program universes and selected key  RCRA terms intended
                    to facilitate consistent tracking of data in RCRIS; corrections
                    to the FY 1994 RIP Appendix A: STARS Measures (Correc-
                    tive Action section); and the responsiveness summary, pro-
                    viding Headquarters' reply to the major comments received
                    on the draft RIP.     ;
                                                     08/15/93

                    :Ord&Numb&r:rEP/V$3Q;Ef-&&0()g>a, Order Form: OSW


                    RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
                    Year 1995; Addendum Containing
                    Changes, Clarifications, or Additions to FY
                    1994 RIP

                    Provides additional information to supplement the RCRA Im-
                    plementation Plan: Fiscal Year 1994. Describes the objec-
                    tives and  priorities EPA has set for the RCRA program.
                    Discusses waste minimization, environmental justice, correc-
                    tive action, and biennial reporting.
                                                     07/15/94
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 implementation issues, and pre-
sents a plan for change. Summarizes meetings held to so-
licit industry, interest group, and other government branch
input on the definition of solid waste and hazardous waste
recycling regulations.
                                 07/15/92

 Order Number:  EPA/530-R-92-021   Order Form:  OSW
RCRA Inspection Manual

Provides procedural and technical guidance for performing
inspections of facilities  regulated by RCRA pre-inspection,
inspection, and post-inspection procedures.
(EPA/530-R-94-007)                 10/15/93
 Order Number: PB94-963 605
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA Liability Coverage for Bodily Injury
and Property Damage Survey Results

Presents 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. De-
termines whether firms owning or operating RCRA facilities
that treat, store, or dispose of hazardous wastes, encounter
difficulty in obtaining financial  assurance mechanisms to
comply with requirements.
(EPA/530-SW-89-043)               09/15/89
 Order Number: PB90-113 945
Order Form: NTIS:
 RCRA Orientation Manual: 1990 Edition

 Provides introductory information on solid and  hazardous
 waste management programs under the Resource Conser-
 vation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Written for those unfamil-
 iar with RCRA,  outlines basic framework of  regulatory
 program for new EPA and state employees, those new to
 RCRA, and others interested in the Act.  Updates original
 manual issued in 1986.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-036)               08/01/90
                    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,  key word index, reference memo-
                    randa,  letters, Office of  Solid  Waste and Emergency Re-
                    sponse (OSWER) directives, and RCRA/Superfund Hotline
                    monthly summaries. Documents are organized chronologi-
                    cally within subject categories.  Originally compiled in 1985,
                    updated compendium includes documents issued through
                    September  1990. Complete set does not include update
                    packages described below.
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-062)              08/15/91
                     Order Number: PB92-111 707
                                 Order Form: NTt$
  Order Number: 055-000-00364-5
Order Form: GPO
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
Package; Revision I

Provides references for regional and state permit writers on
permitting  policies and  procedures. Update package in-
cludes entire new Volume 1, Users' Guide and Key Word In-
dex;  plus reference memoranda, letters, Office  of Solid
Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) Directives,  and
RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly summaries from October
1, 1990, through December 31,  1991. The documents are
separated by the original index volume  numbers (2-11)  and
numbered so as to be inserted at the end of the appropriate
sections within each volume. The update package also in-
cludes  new spines and covers for the existing binders  and
the new index on computer disk.
(EPA/530-R-92-018)                  04/15/92

 Order Number;  PBฃ{2~1825W   "   '  Order Form: NTIS
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
Package; Revision 2

Provides references for regional and state permit writers on
permitting policies and  procedures.  Update  package in-
cludes entire new Volume 1, Users' Guide, and Keyword In-
dex, as well as reference memoranda, letters, Office of Solid
Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) Directives,  and
RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly summaries from January
1,  1992, through July 31, 1993. The documents are sepa-
rated by the original index volume numbers (2-11) and num-
bered to facilitate insertion at the end of the appropriate
sections within each volume.  The update package also in-
cludes new spines and covers for the existing  binders  and
the new index on computer disk.
(EPA/530-R-93-015)                09/15/93
                                                       Order Number: PB94-100 252
                                                      Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

 98

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                                                            Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
 Package; Revision 3

 Provides references for regional and state permit writers on
 permitting policies and procedures.  Update package in-
 cludes entire new Volume 1, Users' Guide, and Keyword In-
 dex, as well as reference memoranda, letters, Office of Solid
 Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) Directives, and
 RCRA/UST,  Superfund Hotline  monthly summaries from
 August 1, 1993, through September 30,  1994. The docu-
 ments are separated by the original index volume numbers
 (2-11) and numbered to facilitate insertion at the end of the
 appropriate section within each volume.  The update pack-
 age also includes new spines and covers for the existing
 binders and the new index on computer disk.
 (EPA/530-R-94-017)                09/15/94
 'dnter'Nitmber: PB95-W9773
 Order Form;'NTIS
 RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
 Package; Revision 4

 Provides references for regional and state permit writers on
 permitting policies and procedures.  Update package in-
 cludes entire new Volume 1, User's Guide, and Keyword In-
 dex, as well as reference memoranda, letters, office of Solid
 Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) Directives,  and
 RCRA/UST, Superfund Hotline  monthly summaries from
 October 1, 1994, through June 30, 1995. The documents
 are separated  by the index volume numbers (two new vol-
 umes have been added) and  numbered to facilitate inser-
 tion 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 com-
 puter disk.
 (EPA/530-R-95-038)                 07/15/95
' Order Number; PB95-24QQ36
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
1:  User's Guide, Keyword Index

Assists user in identifying and locating relevant documents
in RCRA Permit Policy Compendium through key word in-
dex. Lists documents relevant to  topic, identified by title,
document number, and date. Groups related topics and
cross references topics that may be relevant. Summaries of
documents that had been included in original Compendium
have been deleted. Index also available on 3-1/2" diskette
using Dbase III Plus.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062A)             08/15/91
 RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2
 (9420.1980 - 94214.1990): Hazardous Waste
 Management System (Part 260) - General,
 Definitions, Petitions

 Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
 mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
 maries, letters, memos, and responses to Hazardous Waste
 Management Systems topics. Correspondence from 1984-
 1989 is organized chronologically within subject categories.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-062E3)              08/15/91

 ~ Order Number:  PBp,2:m 723 '.     Qrct&Form: NTI$


 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 per-
 mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
 maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification and
 listing of hazardous  waste topics. Correspondence from
 1980-1986,  organized   chronologically within   subject
 categories.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-062C)              08/15/91
                     Orcfer Number;' PB9&111 731
                                 Order Form: NTIS
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 per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification and
listing of hazardous waste topics. Correspondence  from
1987-1990  is  organized  chronologically  within subject
categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062D)             08/15/91
                    .Qrdef'Number. PB92-1'11 749
                                Order Form: NTIS
.OrderNumber; W92-111 7.15
Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification and
listing of hazardous waste topics. Correspondence from
1983-1986  is  organized  chronologically within subject
categories.
(EP/V530-SW-91-062E)            08/15/91
fOrdar Number:  PB92-111 756      Order Form: NTIS \
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 per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification and
listing of  hazardous waste  topics. Correspondence from
1984-1990 is organized chronologically  within  subject
categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062F)            08/15/91
lOrdar Number: PB92-111 764      Order Form:
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) - Groundwater Standards,
Management of Containers	
Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries,  letters, memos,  and  responses to transporter
standards, contingency plans, TSDF technical requirements,
ground-water standards,  management  of containers,  and
more. Correspondence  from  1983-1990  is organized
chronologically within subject categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062G)            08/15/91
 Order Number: PB92-11J 772  , 'f '"Order Form; NTl$',


RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
(9483.198O - 9489.199O): 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 per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline 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 1983-1990 is organized chrono-
logically within subject categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062H).             08/15/91
 'Order Number: PB92~111~78Q^   ,   Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
  100

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                                          Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 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
 27O) - General

 Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
 mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
 maries, letters, memos, and responses to  standards for
 managing specific wastes,  permitting policies, and permit-
ting procedures. Correspondence from  1982-1990 is organ-
ized chronologically within subject categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062I)              08/15/91
prefer tiumber: PB92~n't798 /'*"  Ofde/Form: tfJTS


RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
 10 (9522.1980 - 9528.1990):  Permitting
Procedures (Parts 124 and 27O) •
Applications, Conditions, Changes, Interim
Status

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries, letters,  memos, and  responses  to  permitting
procedures,  including  applications, conditions,  changes,
and interim status. Correspondence from 1984-1990 is or-
ganized chronologically within subject categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062J)              08/15/91
                                  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
                                  11 (9530.1980 - 9531.1990): 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 per-
                                  mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
                                  maries,  letters,  mernos,  and  responses  to permitting
                                  procedures,  including  applications, conditions, changes,
                                  and interim status. Correspondence from 1984-1990 is or-
                                  ganized chronologically within subject categories.
                                                                 08/15/91
                                  RCRA Permit Quality Protocol; Draft

                                  Assists permit writers in drafting or reviewing hazardous
                                  waste facility permits, Provides checklist of permit condi-
                                  tions, technical and enforceability evaluation for criteria and
                                  guidance.  Used to help evaluate completeness and ade-
                                  quacy of Administrative Record in support of permit condi-
                                  tions.
                                  (EPA/530-SW-90-050)
             09/15/88
                                  RCRA Personnel! Training Guidance for
                                  Owners or Operators of Hazardous Waste
                                  Management Facilities

                                  Provides guidance to owners and operators or other facility
                                  personnel  concerning the design and implementation of
                                  personnel training programs. Information provided concerns
                                  generating training programs with specific recommenda-
                                  tions made concerning training modules appropriate to haz-
                                  ardous waste management training.
                                  (EPA/SW-915)                 /  09/01/80
;/k? 34$
                                                                 Oftfer Form;
For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms,
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of
the Land Disposal Restrictions' Dilution
Prohibition and the Combustion of
Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste

Clarifies the application of the land disposal  restrictions
(LDR) prohibition on dilution to combustion of certain inor-
ganic metal-bearing hazardous wastes.  Provides regulatory
background.  Discusses the general distinction between
adequate treatment and potential violations of the dilution
prohibition. Includes a table listing the wastes affected by
this policy.
                                05/23/94

I Older Number: EPA/530-F-94-018   Order Form: OSW
RCRA Public Involvement Manual

Provides instruction on how to plan and carry out success-
ful public involvement in the RCRA permitting and correc-
tive action programs. Provides a broad overview of the
public  involvement process,  explains  how to  coordinate
public  involvement activities  with  RCRA  permitting,  dis-
cusses public involvement for corrective action under per-
mits and enforcement  order,  and  gives  step-by-step
instructions for conducting all public involvement activities
Identified. Includes materials available for use in RCRA pub-
lic Involvement; a discussion of when and how to delegate
public involvement tasks to facilities; case studies; the EPA
fact sheet, Modifying RCRA Permits; and EPA's Draft Strat-
egy for Hazardous Waste Combustion.
(EPA/530-R-93-006)                09/15/93
      Number: PB93-231 066
Order Form: A/775
 RCRA Sites on CD-ROM	

 Contains the RCRIS database information on 238,000 large
 and small hazardous generators;  19,700 transporters; and
 4,300 facilities that treat, store, and dispose of hazardous
 wastes. Allows searching for facilities by facility name; ad-
 dress; handler ID; waste description and codes; treatment,
 storage, and disposal facility (TSDF) status; generator and
 transporter status; as well as dates of evaluation, violation,
 enforcement, and corrective action. Includes printed user's
 guide.  Compatible with PCs running DOS 3.1  or  higher
 and 4 Mb hard disk space.  Data are contained on a CD-
 ROM disk in ISO 9660/High Sierra format.
 Order Number  PB95-593441
Order Form: NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   1982 (Complete Set)

                   Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Sum-
                   marizes the number of requests and describes hotline staff
                   projects. For specific question topics, see:  Index to the
                   Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982 to December
                   1994).
                   (EPA/530-SW-82-001)               12/15/82
                    Order Number: PB92-130129
                                Order Form: NTฎ
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   June 1982
                   (EPA/530-SW-82-001 A)

                    Order Number; PB92-13Q 137
                                06/15/82

                                Order Form; NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   July 1982
                   (EPA/530-SW-82-001B)

                    Order Number; PB92-130 146
                                07/15/82

                                Order Form: NTIS
                    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                    August 1982
                    (EPA/530-SW-82-001C)

                    - Order Number.  PB92-130 152
                                08/15/82

                                Order Form: NTIS
                    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                    September 1982
                    (EPA/530-SW-82-001D)

                     Order Number:  PB92-130160
                                09/15/82

                                Order Form: NTIS
                    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                    October 1982
                    (EPA/530-SW-82-001E)

                     Order Number: PB92-130 178
                                10/15/82

                                Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1982
                                                    (EPA/530-SW-82-001F)

                                                     Order Number: PB92-130 186
                                                    11/15/82

                                                    Order Form: NTtS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                      Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1982
(EPA/530-SW-82-001G)
 Order Number: PB92-130 194'
12/15/82
Order Form: NT1B
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  June 1983
                                               (EPA/530-SW-83-001F)
                                               ' Order Number; PB92-130 269
06/15/83
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1983 (Complete Set)
Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Sum-
marizes the number of requests and describes hotline staff
projects. Also lists new Federal Registers. For specific ques-
tion topics, see: Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Ques-
tions (June 1982 to December 1994).
(EPA/530-SW-83-001)             12/15/83
 Order Number: PB92-13Q202
Order Form; NTI$~'
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001A)            01/15/83
 Order Number: PBB2-1302 W'  ,   " Order Form: A/T/S

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001B)
 "Order Number; PB92-130228
02/15/83
'Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001C)
" Order Number: PB92-130 236
03/15/83
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001D)            04/15/83
 Order Number: PB92-130244    ,  Order Form: NTIS

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1983
 (EPA/530-SW-83-001E)
 Order Number: PB92-130251 .
05/15/83
Order-form: NTfS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  July 1983
                  (EPA/530-SW-83-001G)
                   "Order Number; PBQ2-13Q277
                                                                            07/15/83
                                                                            Order Form: NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  August 1983
                                               (EPA/530-SW-83-001H)
                                               ' Order Number: PB92- i 30 285
                                               08/15/83
                                               Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               September 1983
                                               (EPA/530-SW-83-001I)             09/15/83
                                                'Order ftumber; PB93-13~0 293 /.  '  Order Form: NTIS

                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               October 1983
                                               (EPA/530-SW-83-001J)
                                                'Order Number: PB92-130 301
                                                10/15/83
                                                Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               November 1983
                                                (EPA/530-SW-83-001K)
                                                '-OrderNumber: PB92-130319
                                                11/15/83
                                                Order From: NTIS
                                                RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                                December 1983
                                                (EPA/530-SW-83-001L)
                                                Order Number: PB92-130327
                                                12/15/83
                                                Order Form: NTIS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
                                                                                       103

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             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
                                                 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                                 July 1984
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 1984 (Complete Set)
 Contains significant and frequently  asked questions. In-   (EPA/530-SW-84-017G)            07/15/84
 eludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and           -
 call analyses. For specific topics, see: Index to the Monthly    Order Numb&r: PB92-13Q 400      Order Form: ,NTt$
 Hotline Report Questions (June 1982 to December 1994).
 (EPA/530S\AA84017)              12/15/84           RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 Order Number: PB92-130335      Order Form: NTIS,   August 1984
                                                 (EPA/530-SW-84-017H)            08/15/84
                   Monthly Hotline Report,      Order Number; PB92-13& 418 "/* Order Form; NTฎ

 (EPA/530^84-017A)	01/15/84           RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 Order Number: PB92-130343      Order Form: NTIS ;   September 1984
                                                 (EPA/530-SW-84-017I)             09/15/84
                   Monthly Hotline Report,      Order Number: PB92-130426     Border Form: NTIS

 (EPA/53asw-84:Oi7B)		02/15/84	    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 Order Number: PB92-130350      Order Form: NTIS    October 1984
                                                 (EPA/530-SW-84-017J)             10/15/84
                   Monthly Hotline Report,      Order Number; PBQ2J1'30434 '     Orde^Form: NTIS,

 (EPA/SBO^WWITQ	03/15/84   	    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 Order Number: PB92-130 368       Order Form; NTIS    November 1984
                                                 (EPA/530-SW-84-017K)             11/15/84
                   Monthly Hotline Report,       Order Number: PB92-13Q442   "  ' Order Form:'NTtS*

 (EFW530SV^4^17D)	 	04/15/84	    RCRA/Superf und  Monthly Hotline Report,
 Order Number: PB92-130 376       Order Form: NTIS s    December 1984
                                                 (EPA/530-SW-84-017L)             12/15/84
                   Monthly Hotline Report,       Order Number; PB92-130459      Order Form: NTIS


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                                                      Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Supeirfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036A)

 Order Number: PB92-13Q475
01/15/85

Order Form; NTIS'
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  September 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036I)
 prefer Number: PB92-130,558
09/15/85
Ord&rForm: A/T/S
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1985	
(EPA/530-SW-85-036B)            02/15/85
''OrderNumber; PBd2~180483 , ฐ\',' d*fder Form: NT)S
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  October 1985
                  (EPA/530-SW-85-036J)

                   Order Number: $$92-130 566
                             10/15/85

                             Order Form; NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,     RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1985
                  November 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036C)
03/15/85
(EPA/530-SW-85-036K)
v0rtf&;' i*B'9fl'3Q}4$i'' ^.;-,~;^^erFofm: :Wlฃ *    Order 'Number; 'PB92-130 574
11/15/85

Order Form: NTIS
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 April 1985
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   December 1985
 (EPA/530-SW-85-036D)

 ' Orcter Number; PB92~13Q$09"
 04/15/85
(EPA/530-SW-85-036L)
                                                                             12/15/85
' Order'Formi NTIS'    ' Order Niimb'er;'PB92* 130 582  '    Order Form: NTtS
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 May 1985
 (EPA/530-SW-85-036E)

            r; PB92-1305i7
 05/15/85
 Ord&Form: NTIS
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 June 1985
 (EPA/530-SW-85-036F)            06/15/85
  Order Number: PB92-130525^ . ' " Order form:* NTtS*


 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 July 1985
 RCRA/Superfundl Monthly Hotline Report,
 1986 (Complete Set)	
 Contains significant and frequently  asked questions. In-
 cludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and
 call analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific top-
 ics, see: Index to the  Monthly Hotline Report Questions
 (June 1982 to Decembesr 1994).
 (EPA/530-SW-86-062)              12/15/86
 'OrderNumber; PB92-130'590 ,    _Order'Form: NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   January 1986
 07/15/85
 (EPA/530-SW-85-036G)

 J,tirciSr; Number ฐPB92-
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 August 1985

 (EPA/530-SW-85-036H)            08/15/85

 tOrder Number: P882~1$6&4l' '  ~ '\ Order Fotmf NTIS
 *!&ง:••<•$ (     ^ " >         J ^             ' >       J
                   (EPA/530-SW-86-062A)

                   ''Ootor Number: PB92-130 608
                              01/15/86
                             'OrderForm: NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   February 1986
 (EPA/530-SW-86-062B)
                                                02/15/86
                                                         :' 'NTIS '
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
                                                                                        105

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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 March 1986
 (EPA/530-SW-86-062C)
  Order Number: PB92-130624
 03/15/86
 Order Form: NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   November 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062K)
 Order Number: PB92-130707
11/15/86
Order Form: NTIS
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 April 1986
 (EPA/53OSW-86-062D)
  Order Number: PB92-130 632
 04/15/86
 Order Form: NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   December 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062L)
 Order Number: PB92-130715
12/15/86
Order Form: NTIS
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 May 1986
 (EPA/530-SW-86-062E)
  Order Number: PB92-130640
 05/15/86
 Order Form: NTIS
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 June 1986
 (EPA/530-SW-86-062F)
 Order Number: PB92-130657
 06/15/86
 Order Form: A/77S.
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 July 1986
(EPA/530^W-86-062G)
 Order Number: PB92-130665
07/15/86
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062H)
 Order Number: PB92-130673
08/15/86
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1986
(EPA/53C^SW-86-062l)
 Order Number: PB92-130681
09/15/86
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062J)
 Order Number: PB92-130699
10/15/86
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1987 (Complete Set)
Contains  significant and  frequently asked questions. In-
cludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and
call analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific top-
ics, see:  Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions
(June 1982 to December 1994).
(EPA/530-SW-87-032)             12/15/87
                                                Order Number; PB92-130 723
                                               Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               January 1987
                  (EPA/530-SW-87-032A)
                   Order Number: PB92-130731
                             01/15/87
                             Order Form; NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               February 1987
                  (EPA/530-SW-87-032B)
                   Order Number; PB92-130749
                             02/15/87
                             Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               March 1987
                  (EPA/530-SW-87-032C)
                   Order Number: PB92-130 786
                            03/15/87
                            Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               April 1987
                  (EPA/530-SW-87-032D)
                   Order Number: PB92-130764
                            04/15/87
                            Order Form: NTIS
               For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
1O6

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                                                      Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032E)

 Order Number: PB92-130772
05/15/87

Order Form: NTi$
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
June 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032F)

 Order Number; PB92-130 780
06/15/87

Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 1987

(EPA/530-SW-87-032G)            07/15/87

 'Order'Number; PB92-130 7,98, '„',,,,  Order Form;, NTfS


RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032H)
08/15/87
 Order Number PB92~130ฃ06 "J  ;'Order Form; NflS"


RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032I)

•OrderNumber: PB92-1B0814
09/15/87

Order Forty: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032J)

"order Number: PB92-130822
10/15/87

Order Form:' NTjIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032K)

 Order Number: PB92-130830
11/15/87

Order Form:, NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032L)

 Order Number: PB92-130848
12/15/87

Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1988 (Complete Set!

Contains significant and frequently asked questions.  In-
cludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and
call analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific top-
ics, see: Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions
(June 1982 to December 1994).
(EPA/530-SW-88-056) :            12/15/88
                                                Order Number; "PB92-WQ 855
                                               Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               January 1988
                                               (EPA/530-SW-88-056A)

                                                Order Number; '
                                               01/15/88

                                               Order Form; NTIS'
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               February 1988
                                               (EPA/530-SW-88-056B)

                                               'Order'Number; PB92-13Q871
                                                   -      "      "
                             02/15/88

                             Order Form: NTIS
                             ™ฃ' * 3> >"  * **/ ^> A^ *i
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  March 1988
                  (EPA/530-SW-88-056C)            03/15/88

                   Orafer Number. P892-13Q 889      Order Form:
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  April 1988

                  (EPA/530-SW-88-056D)            04/15/88

                  sOiyierNumjbev 'pB9S:130897"~ '" .  'Ord&r Form:' NTtS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               May 1988
                  (EPA/530-SW-88-056E)

                   Order Number' P&92-130005ฐ
                             05/15/88

                             'Order Form; A/77S'
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               June 1988
                  (EPA/530-SW-88-056F)            06/15/88

                  -Order Number: PB92-130913  /J   Order Form:
               For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

                                                                                      107

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             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 1988
(EPA/53(^SW-88-056G)
     "Number: PB92-130921
07/15/88

OrderForm; NttSi
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1988

(EPA/530-SW-88-056H)            08/15/88
     'Number. PB92-130939      Order Form:
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               January 1989

                                               (EPA/530-SW-89-075A)            01/15/89

                                               prefer Number-" P&92-130 996'   "' OrderForm: Nf)S,',


                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               February 1989
                                               (EPA/530-SW-89-075B)

                                               'prjtter Number: PB92-131002
                                               02/15/89

                                               Order Form; NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056I)

     •Number: PB92-130947
09/15/88

Order Form: NTtS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               March 1989

                                               (EPA/530-SW-89-075C)           03/15/89

                                               ^Order'Num'ber:'"P^92-131 010  "'  ' Order Farm; NTIS."
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056J)

     'Number PB92-130954
                             10/15/88

                             OrderForm: NTtS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  April 1989
                  (EPA/530-SW-89-075D)

                   Oxter Number: P892-131028
                                                                           04/15/89

                                                                           OrderForm: NTfS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056K)

     -Number: PB92-130962
11/15/88

Order Form: NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  May 1989
                                               (EPA/530-SW-89-075E)

                                               Order Number: PB92-131036
                                                                           05/15/89

                                                                           OrderForm: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1988

(EPA/530-SW-88-056L)            12/15/88

jjprderNumber PB92-130970      OrderForm; NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  June 1989

                  (EPA/530-SW-89-075F)            06/15/89

                            r; PBya-131044  ,   t/ Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1989 (Complete Set)

Contains significant and  frequently  asked questions. In-
cludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and
call analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific top-
ics, see: Index to the  Monthly Hotline Report Questions
(June 1982 to December 1994).
(EPA/530-SW-89-075)             12/15/89
fOrter Number: PB92-130 988
OrderForm:
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  July 1989
                  (EPA/530-SW-89-075G)

                  Order Number: P&$2~131 061
                                                                           07/15/89

                                                                           OrderForm: WHS"
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               August 1989

                                               (EPA/530-SW-89-075H)            08/15/89

                                               "Order lumber: PB92-131 069   ''  Order Form: Nft$
               For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

108

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                                                      Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075I)
                             09/15/89
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               March 199O
(EPA/530-SW-90-090C)

^Order Number: Fp92^3'i 143
                             03/15/90

                             Order Form: NTI$
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075J)
                             1 0/1 5/89
                                     --- •;•  - %
                                    rty: 'NTI&:.
                                     -   " '
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               April 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090D)

'           r: 'PB$P~J 31150
                             04/15/90

                             Prcter Form; NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075K)
      4-,!f ##**'ซ''#ป >* ~"xซป}^.*4..ivv -, x*
       umber;  P892-131 093
                       ฐ
                             11/15/89

                             Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               May 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090E)
                             05/15/90

                             Order Form;-;tiftS[
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1989

(EPA/530-SW-89-075L)            12/15/89

lป6jtfef$umber; PB92~131*101 '*''  ' ' ' Order Form; NTfS
$•#>    *^   "ft  > *• ** "^S^XjV/o^ * ,,• 3 ฃ* *  ~    xo     ^^

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1990 (Complete Set)

Contains significant and frequently asked questions.  In-
cludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and
call analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific top-
ics, see: Index to the Monthly  Hotline Report Questions
(June 1982 to December 1994).
(EPA/530-SW-90-090)             12/15/90
                    ' T" '"
                             Order Form: A/77S ;
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 199O
(EPA/530-SW-90-090A)
                     127
                             01/15/90

                             Order Form: ' NTiS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090B)
                             02/15/90
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
June 1990

(EPA/530-SW-90-090F)            06/15/90

 Ordef'tyimber, PB92:181 17$' ^    Order Form: NTtS


RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 199O

(EPA/530-SW-90-090G)            07/15/90

\-Ord~er, 'Nurj^^-2^&ง^fB-f *JfjJ4 •'• •* ':.; prderFprmY^Ti'S^


RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1990

(EPA/530-SW-90-090H)            08/15/90

 Orderfjumbea F&92-131 1'92  '   ' Order Form: NTIS


RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1990

(EPA/530-SW-90-090I)            09/15/90

' Order Number:, ?&Q2~13-? 200 _" '  Order Form: NTtS


RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 199O
                                               (EPA/530-SW-90-090J)

                                               ' Order Number: PB92-131218
                                                                            10/15/90

                                                                            Order Form: NTIS'
               For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
                                                                                      1O9

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             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090K)
 Order Number: PB92-131 226
11/15/90
Order Form: NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  May 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093E)
 Order Number: PB92-131 201
05/15/91
Order Form: NTI$
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090L)
 Order Number: PB92-131 234
12/15/90
Order Form: NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  June 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093F)
 Order Number. PB92-131 309
06/15/91
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1991 (Complete Set)
Contains  significant and frequently asked questions.  In-
cludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and
call analyses. For specific topics, see: Index to the Monthly
Hotline Report Questions (June 1982 to December 1994).
(EPA/530-SW-91-093}             12/15/91
 Order Number: PB92-131 242
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1991
(EPA/530ซW-91-093A)
 Order Number: PB92-131 259
01/15/91
Order Form: NTIS}
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093B)
 Order Number: PB92-131 267
02/15/91
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1991
(EPA/530SW-91-093C)
 Order Number: PB92-131 275
03/15/91
Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1991
(EPA/5303W-91-093D)
 Order Number: PB92-131 283
04/15/91
Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093G)            07/15/91
' Order Number: PB92-131 317  '  , , Order Form; NTฎ

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1991
                  (EPA/530-SW-91-093H)
                   Order Number: PB92-131 325
                             08/15/91
                             Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1991
                  (EPA/530-SW-91-093I)
                   Order Number: PB92-131 333
                             09/15/91
                             Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1991
                  (EPA/530-SW-91-093J)
                  ,Order Number: 'PB92-131 341
                             10/15/91
                             QrderForm: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1991
                  (EPA/530-SW-91-093K)
                   Order Number: PB92-131 388
                             11/15/91
                             Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1991
                                               (EPA/530-SW-91-093L)
                                                Order Number: PB92-131 366
                                               12/15/91
                                               Order Form: NTIS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering information and Forms.
 110

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                                                      Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline
Reports, 1992 (Complete Set)	
Contains  significant and frequently asked  questions. In-
cludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and
call analyses. For specific topics, see: Index to the Monthly
Hotline Report Questions (June-1982 to December 1994).
(EPA/530-R-92-014)              12/15/92
      Number P&Q2~$22"4QQ^' ' ' Order Form: NTIS

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014a)
                             01/15/92
                             "Or&erForm: NtlS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014b)              02/15/92
^jjjj3$r Number P&Q2-92ฃ'4Q2' / '  Order Form: NTt$

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014c)
                              03/15/92
                              Order Form; NTI$
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1992 _
(EPA/530-R-92-014d)              04/15/92
^^p^o^feen^FoSl^f'pM^;.;-; < ; "f^er^m: JMTJง..

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014e)
                              05/15/92
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 June 1992	
 (EPA/530-R-92-014f)              06/15/92
 ^Qnier Number: 'pB92%22 406     ' Order Form; NTJS'
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               July 1992
                                               (EPA/530-R-92-014g)
                                                -Order Number: PB92-922407
                                                                            07/15/92
                                                                            Order Form: NTIS
                                                RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                                August 1992
                                                (EPA/530-R-92-014h)
                                                'Ord&r Number; PB92-922408
                                                                            08/15/92
                                                                            Order Form: NTtS
                                                RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                                September 1992
                                               (EPA/530-R-92-014i)
                                               'Ordler Number: PB92-922'40&
                                                                             09/15/92
                                                                             Order Form; NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               October 1992
                                               (EPA/530-R-92-014J)
                                               'order Number^ PB92-9224 W
                                                                              10/15/92
                                                                              Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               November 1992
                                               (EPA/530-R-92-014k)
                                                Order Number: f>&82-322_ 411
                                                                              11/15/92
                                                                              Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               December 1992
                                               (EPA/530-R-92-014I)
                                                Order Nitrr)berrPB92-922 412
                                                                              12/15/92
                                                                              Order Form: NTIS
                                                RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline
                                                Reports, 1993 (Complete Set)
                                                Contains significant and frequently  asked questions.  In-
                                                cludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and
                                                call analyses. For specific topics, see: Index to the Monthly
                                                Hotline Report Questions (June 1982 to December 1994).
                                                (EPA/530-R-93-004)               12/15/93
                                                 Order Number: P"883-922 400       Order Form: NTtS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 January 1993
(EPA/530-R-93-004a)

 Order Number: PB93-922 401
                              01/15/93
                              Order Form: NTIS
                                                RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                                September 1993
                                                (EPA/530-R-93-004I)

                                                 Order Number: PB93-922 409
                                                                             09/15/93

                                                                             Order Form NTIS
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 February 1993
(EPA/530'R"93'004b)
 Order Number: PB93-922402
                              02/15/93

                              Order Form: NTISj
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 March 1993
(EPA/530-R-93-004C)

 Order Number: PB93-922 403
                              03/15/93

                              Order Form: NTIS '
                                                RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                                October 1993
                                                (EPA/530-R-93-004J)

                                                 Order Number; PB93-922410
                                                                             10/15/93

                                                                             Order Form: NTIS
                                                RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                                November 1993
                                                (EPA/530-R-93-004k)

                                                 'order Number: PB9&922 411
                                                                             11/15/93

                                                                             Order Form: NTIS
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 April 1993
(EPA/530-R-93-004d)

 Order Number: PB93-922 404
                              04/15/93

                              Order Form: NTtS ••
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
 May 1993
(EPA/530-R-93-004e)

 Order Number: PB93422405
                              05/1 5/93

                              Order Form7 NTIS <
                                      '
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
      -Klซia
        *"*
(EPA/530-R-93-004f)

 Order Number: PB93-922 406
                              06/15/93

                              Order Form: NTtS .
                                                RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                                December 1993
                                                (EPA/530-R-93-004I)

                                                 Order Number; PB93-922 4 12
                                                                             12/15/93

                                                                             Ord^r Form; NTtS
                                                RCRA/UST, Superfund, & EPCRA Hotline
                                                (Brochure)

                                                Describes the services of the hotline that responds to inquir-
                                                jeS frฐ!T thf public Td regulated community about regula-
                                                tions developed under the Solid Waste  Disposal Act, as
                                                amended by the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments;
                                                !he  Comprehensive Environmental Response,  Compensa-
                                                tlon> and Liablllty Act: ar|d the  Emergency Planning and
                                                Community Right-to-Know Act.
                                                                            09/15/94

                                                'Order Number: BPA/S30-F-94-01 3   Order Form: OSW
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 1993
(EPA/530-R-93-004g)
                             07/15/93
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1993
(EPA/530-R-93^04h)

 Order Number: PB93-922 408
                             Order Form; NTIS
                                               RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
                                               Monthly Hotline Reports, 1994 (Complete
                                               Set)
                                                                               __
                                               call analyses. For specific topics, see: Index to the Monthly
                                               !1ฑ* *ep0rt QueStiฐnS (June ™2 *ฐ December 1994)'
                                               fEPA/530:R:94.505)              12/15/94
                                                Order Number: PB94^922 400     Order Form: NTIS
               For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                    Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, January 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005a)
                            01/15/94
                                              RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA
                                              Monthly Hotline Report, September 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-0051)
                                             09/15/94
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, February 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005b)
 Order Number: PB94-922, 402
                            02/15/94
                            Order Fprm: NTIS
                                              RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
                                              Monthly Hotline Report, October 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005J)
 Order "Number' PB94-92241Q
                                              10/15/94
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, March 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005C)
 Order Number;, PB94-9224Q3
                            03/15/94
                            Order Form: W77S
                                              RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
                                              Monthly Hotline Report, November 1994
                 (EPA/530-R-94-005k)
                            11/15/94
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, April 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005d)
04/15/94
Order Farm; NTtS'
                                              RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
                                              Monthly Hotline Report, December 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005!)
                                                                          12/15/94
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, May 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005e)
 .OrderNumber: P,B94-9ฃ2,405
                            05/15/94
                           ' „ Order Fotm: NTIS j
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, June 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005f)
 Order Number: PB94-9,224Q6
                            06/15/94
                            Order Form; f4TfS
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Reports, 1995 (Complete
Set)
Contains significant and frequently asked questions. In-
cludes new publications, Federal Register summaries, and
call  analyses.  Sold on a subscription basis by NTIS.
Monthly  issues also sold individually by NTIS.  Refer to
monthly  hotline entries for NTIS numbers for individual
issues.
(EPA/530-R-95-002)              12/15/95
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, July 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005g)
 Order Number:, P&94-922W7
                            07/15/94
                            Order Form: NTIS
                                              RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
                                              Monthly Hotline Report, January 1995
(EPA/530-R-95-002a)
                                             01/15/95
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, August 1994
(EPA/530-R-94-005h)             08/15/94
'OrderNumber:'"PB94-922408'"•'< '. •' 'Order'Fomt'iN
i-'T ' - <<',''"- ' 'V i 'v ' " y'' -"/f;f ""<'"',. v'(j^ 'V*',J'C,;',?:—*,*,%'•** " ™;^*,
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, March 1995
(EPA/530-R-95-002C)

wOfd&r Number: PB95-922403
03/15/95

Order Form NTIS
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, April 1995
(EPA/530-R-95-002d)

f Otter Number: PB96-922404
04/15/95

Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, May 1995
(EPA/530-R-95-002e)

 Order Number: PB95422405
05/15/95

Order Form: NTIS
                    RCRIS Extract Tape
RCRIS is the national program management and inventory
system of RCRA hazardous waste handlers. Handlers can
be characterized as belonging to one or more of the follow-
ing categories: treatment, storage, and  disposal facilities
(TSDFs); large quantity generators (LQG); small quantity
generators (SQG); and transporters. RCRIS captures identifi-
cation and location information for hazardous waste han-
dlers and a wide range of information on TSDFs regarding
permit/closure status, compliance with federal and  state
regulations, and cleanup activities.
The RCRIS Extract Tape is provided to NTIS on three IBM
tape cartridges. There are a total of 23 EBCDIC flat files
containing the RCRIS data. The tape includes all handler
identification and permitting data available from the RCRIS
National Oversight  Database. The tape includes most of the
Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement data except for
data deemed enforcement sensitive by EPA.
 Order Number; PB9&6Q2-&71
Order Form:  NTfS
RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA
Monthly Hotline Report, June 1995
(EPA/530-R-95-002f)

^Order Number: PB95-922406
06/15/95

Order Form: NTIS
RCRA Waste Minimization Action Plan

Outlines those activities expected to be implemented over
the next five years that will integrate ERA'S pollution preven-
tion concepts into the RCRA program. Presents the back-
ground of the program  and describes specific source
reduction  and recycling activities. Provides general time
frames for specific projects.
                                05/15/92

^Order Number: EPA/530-R-92-020   Order Form: OSW
Reactivity Characteristic (4O CFR 261.23);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001

Explains the Agency's  definition of reactive wastes,  dis-
cusses the comments received on the proposed definition
of reactive waste, and the subsequent changes made.
                                05/01/80

.Order Number;"pB&l~l84 988       Order Form: N'Tฎ


Recycle Today!  Educational Materials for
Grades K-12  (Brochure)

Encourages children to recycle and conserve materials.
Contains free educational materials (curriculum guide, how-
to handbook, comic book, and poster).  Available to teach-
ers from kindergarten through 12th grade.
                                04/15/90

 Order Number: ฃPA/530~SW-9O02ฃ  Order Form: OSW
                                                   Recycle: You Can Make a Ton of
                                                   Difference (Brochure)

                                                   Introduces the national recycling campaign by providing an
                                                   overview of solid waste problems and recycling solutions.
                                                                                   04/15/92

                                                    Order Number., EPA/B30-F-92-G03   Order Form: OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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 Recycle:  You Can Make a Ton of
 Difference {Poster)

 Full-color poster promotes greater use of recycling.  Pre-
 sents a student on one side of a set of scales balancing a
 large pile of waste to illustrate the impact each individual
 can  have on the  solid waste dilemma. Reflects the global
 nature of MSW management, urging readers in six different
 languages to' adopt recycling.

 . Order Number:  EPA/53Q-H~92~OQ1   Order Form: OSW
Recycling in Federal Agencies

Describes the rationale behind recycling and mentions vari-
ous  government  agencies'  recycling  programs  such as
EPA's In-House Recycling Program, the GSA Federal Recy-
cling Program,  and Recycling in the National Parks.  De-
scribes various handbooks  and publications available to
federal offices and bureaus from EPA.
                                  10/15/90

 Order Number EPtySSO-SW-QO-OSZ  Order Form: OSW


Recycling Means Business: EPA's Market
Development Strategy

Discusses barriers that must be addressed in shifting to an
environmentally responsible  manufacturing economy  that
conserves natural resources,  energy, and disposal  capacity.
Describes EPA's market development goals: supporting
and strengthening  the link between increased market ca-
pacity and sustainable economic growth, leveraging federal
resources and building federal partnerships for market de-
velopment, and  developing infrastructures that support mar-
kets for recyclables and recycled products.
                                 06/15/94

 Order Number,' EP/yS3Q-F-94J301 "  Order Form: OSW'
Recycling Used Oil:  For Service Stations
and Other Vehicle-Service Facilities

Instructs service station owners about recycling used auto-
mobile oil, with a list of seven suggestions. Includes the EPA
Hotline number for recycling information.
                                 06/15/89

 Order Number: EPA/&3OSW-89-O39D Order Form:  O$W
 Recycling Used Oil: What Can You Do?

 Describes how used automobile oil can affect fresh water
 and pollute natural resources. Mentions statistics about re-
 cycling oil. For example, recycling  used oil would save 1.3
 million barrels per day in the United States. Step-by-step in-
 structions for recycling used oil are given as well as an EPA
 information number for information about setting up local
 programs.
                                  06/15/89

 'Order Number; EPA/S30-SW-89-039B Order Form: OSW


 Recycling Works! Sltate and Local
 Solutions to Solid Waste Management
 Problems

 Examines the economic and environmental  necessity for re-
 covering, reusing, and recycling materials from MSW. Exam-
 ples of state and municipal recycling programs now in place
 are described. Complete  listing of state-level recycling of-
 fices, with addresses and phone numbers, is included.
                                  01/15/89

 'Order Number; EPtyS3Q^f89-Q1r4t Order Form: OSW


 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 system
 and suggests improvements to the regulations for recycling
 under Subtitle C  of RCRA. .Considers RCRA  exempt/ex-
 cluded recycling.  Proposes a new classification  scheme for
 RCRA  recycling.   Addresses  industry-specific  and Basel
 Convention issues.
                                  11/15/94

 Order Number. ฃPA/53frR-94~Qi6 ""- "Order Form:' OSW'
Regional Guidance Manual for Selected
Interim Status Requirements  (Draft)

Assists regions in interpreting  selected  requirements from
the Interim Status Standards for facilities managing hazard-
ous waste. Provides backg round information and  general
guidance to aid permitting officials in evaluating responses
to certain interim status regulations.
                                 09/15/80
                                                      • Order Number: PB87-194 130
                                 Order Form: NTtS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Regulation of Fuel Blending and Related
Treatment and Storage Activities Memo

Addresses questions about the regulatory status of hazard-
ous waste fuel blending activities. Discusses permit require-
ments, appropriate unit standards, air emission standards,
transfer facilities, and land disposal restrictions for gener-
ators and fuel blending facilities.
                                 10/17/94

1 Order Number: EPA/530-F-94-031.   Order Form: OSW'
Regulatory Analysis of RCRA Regulations

Summarizes the regulatory alternatives considered and se-
lected for RCRA Subtitle C Regulations and the impacts of
the regulations.  Presents 400 cases of harmful  conse-
quences from inadequate hazardous waste management.
                                 04/30/80
 Otter Number; PB81-181 471
Order Form: NTIS
Regulatory Determination:  Landfills and
Surface Impoundments Receiving Pulp
and Paper Mill Sludge

Reports EPA conclusion that dioxin contained in pulp and
paper mill sludges disposed of in landfills and surface im-
poundments does not pose unreasonable probability of ad-
verse effects on human health and the  environment. EPA
concludes that further regulation of facilities to reduce po-
tential dioxirvrelated risks is not warranted.
                                 10/15/91

 Order Number  EPA/530SW-91-077 Order Form: OSW]
 Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final
 Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
 Landfills	

 Analyzes ERA'S revisions to Subtitle D criteria for municipal
 solid waste landfills. Evaluates hybrid approach relative to
 four regulatory alternatives in terms of costs, economic im-
 pacts, impacts on small entities, health risk, and resource
 damage.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-073A)             12/15/90
                    Regulatory Impact Analysis for the
                    Proposed Rulemaking on Corrective
                    Action for Solid Waste Management Units

                    Reports results from the analysis performed in conjunction
                    with the  proposed rule to  require corrective action for re-
                    leases from  solid waste management units at hazardous
                    waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities. Assesses
                    impact of proposed rule on small businesses. Determines
                    that rule will not have significant  impact on substantial num-
                    bers of such businesses.
                    (EPA/530-SW-90-081)              06/25/90
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 result-
ing from the land disposal restrictions 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 land disposal restrictions.
(EPA/530-R-95-035)                 07/29/94

 Ottier Number PB9&23Q Q69       Order FOOT?." 'WTJfe
                    Report on Minimum Criteria to Assure
                    Data Quality

                    Discusses EPA Quality Assurance (QA) program to ensure
                    that all data are scientifically valid, defensible, and of known
                    precision and accuracy. In addition, data need to be of suf-
                    ficient known quality to withstand scientific and  legal chal-
                    lenge relating to the use for which the data were gathered.
                                                     12/12/89

                     Order Number: EPA/S3&SW-9M21  Order Form(
  Order Number PB92-100841
Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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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 highways;
and the utilization and practices of all states relating to the
reuse and disposal of highway materials. Joint report of EPA
and Department of Transportation (Federal  Highway Ad-
ministration), required by the Intermodal Surface Transpor-
tation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) of 1991.
                                07/15/93
Report to Congress: EPA Activities and
Accomplishments under the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act: Fiscal
Years 1980-1985

Describes regulatory development and implementation ac-
tivities accomplished during 1980-1985. Documents the de-
velopment of RCRA regulatory programs.
(EPA/530-SW-86-027)              07/15/86
                                      Report to Congress: Management of
                                      Hazardous Wastes from Educational
                                      Institutions

                                      Identifies statutory and regulatory requirements for educa-
                                      tional institutions to manage hazardous waste. Examines
                                      current hazardous waste management practices at institu-
                                      tions and identifies possible ways for educational institutions
                                      to improve hazardous waste management.
                                      (EPA/530-SW-89-040)               04/15/89
                                      .Icjiter Number: PB8&-18? 629]
                                Order Form: NTtS
  „ ,e  > ,
 PB?6-232154
*"     5    "
                                   -    „
                                Onfor Rxm: .N7T8
                                 "
Report to Congress: Management of
Hazardous Wastes Ifrom Educational
Institutions; Executive Summary

Involves problems associated  with managing  hazardous
wastes from educational institutions. Identifies statutory and
regulatory requirements for educational institutions manag-
ing hazardous  waste.  Examines current hazardous waste
management practices,  and  identifies hazardous waste
problems  encountered.  Report concludes by identifying
ways for  educational  institutions  to improve  hazardous
waste management.
                               04/15/89

             'EPA/SSQSW-d&OWA, Order Form; OSW
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
the Hazardous Solid Waste Amendments (HSWA) of 1984.
Starts with the last quarter of FY 1986 and extends through
the end of FY 1987. Covers several activities undertaken to
satisfy many 1984 provisions for solid waste. Summarizes
contents of each chapter.
                                12/15/87

                                 rcfer Form/ O$W
                                      Report to Congress: Management of
                                      Wastes from the Exploration,
                                      Development, anid 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  1980 amend-
                                      ments of RCRA. Set includes Executive Summary and three
                                      volumes.
                                      (EPA/530-SW-88-003)              12/15/87

                                                                 /''' 'Qitferform;
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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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 1980 amendments of RCRA. Congress
temporarily exempted several types of solid wastes from
regulation. Drilling fluids, produced waters, and other wastes
associated with production of crude oil or natural gas are
examples of waste  temporarily  exempt from regulation.
Studies Congressional intent to provide opportunity for de-
veloping appropriate strategy for waste management.
(EPA/530-SW-88-003D)             12/15/87
f Order Number: PB88-146253      Order Form: NTIS
Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes from the Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude
OH, Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy;
Volume 1: Oil and Gas
Includes \folume 1 of 3. 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.
(EPA/530-SW-88-003A)             12/15/87
tOrcter Number; PB88-146220
Order Form: NTIS
Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes from the Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude
Oil, Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy;
Volume 2:  Geothermal Energy
Includes the second volume in a series of reports to Con-
gress on wastes generated from the exploration, develop-
ment, and production of crude oil. This volume covers the
geothermal energy industry. Defines exempt wastes, char-
acterizes the wastes, describes current and alternative dis-
posal practices, and estimates the costs of these practices.
(EPA/530-SW-88-003B)             12/15/87
                   Report to Congress: Management of
                   Wastes from the Exploration,
                   Development, and Production of Crude
                   Oil, Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy;
                   Volume 3:  Appendices
                   Contains Volume 3 of 3. Summarizes state oil and gas regu-
                   lations. Includes  glossary of terms for Volume 1 and dam-
                   age case summaries.
                   (EPA/530-SW-88-003C)             12/15/87
                    Order Number: PB88-146246
                               Order Form; NTIS
                   Report to Congress:  Methods to Manage
                   and Control Plastic Wastes

                   Examines plastic waste reduction through source reduction
                   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 municipal solid waste
                   stream.
                   (EPA/530-SW-89-051)

                    Order lumber:, PBdO-163 106
                               02/15/90

                              , Order Form: NTIS
Report to Congress:  Methods to Manage
and Control Plastic Wastes; Executive
Summary

Responds to Section 2202 of the 1987 Plastic Pollution Re-
search and  Control Act. Focuses on post-consumer plastic
waste. Includes plastics in marine environments, waste man-
agement, and source reduction.
                              02/15/90
: Order Number: EPA/53&SW-89-051 A Order. Form; OSW
{OrderNumber: PB88-146238
Order Form: NTIS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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 Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust

 Introduces the analysis with a brief summary of the purpose
 and scope  of  the  report, general  methods, information
 sources  used,  and  EPA's decision-making methodology.
 Provides a brief overview of the industry,  including a de-
 scription of cement kiln  dust (CKD) waste,  the  industry
 structure  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 CKD.  Outlines the
 range of CKD management methods employed at domestic
 cement plants.  Identifies and summarizes cases of potential
 and documented damages to human health and the envi-
 ronment.  Includes a discussion of EPA's risk assessment in
 which  the Agency  examined inherent hazards posed by
 CKD, evaluated site-specific risk  factors, and performed
 quantitative transport,  fate, and exposure  modeling.  Re-
 views applicable federal and state regulatory  controls. In-
 vestigates alternative waste management practices and
 potential utilization of the wastes. Discusses costs and im-
 pacts under each of several regulatory and operational sce-
 narios.   Presents EPA's  study  findings and regulatory
 options.
 (EPA/530-R-94-001)                  12/15/93
 OnjgfNumber: PB94-1&69W
Order Form: NTIS
Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust;
Executive Summary

Addresses the source  and volumes of cement kiln dust
(CKD) generated per year; present disposal practices; po-
tential danger, if any, to human health and the environment
from disposal of CKD; documented cases in which danger
to human health or the environment has been proven; alter-
natives to current disposal methods; the costs of such alter-
natives;  the impact  of those alternatives on the use of
natural resources; and the current and potential utilization of
CKD. 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.
                                   12/15/93

 OrderDumber;'ฃ^6308-94^001 ,  Order'Form:
                     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 municipal solid waste
                     (MSW) must be taken for processing, treatment, or disposal.
                     Presents a comparative review of states with and  without
                     flow control authority, identifies the impact of flow control or-
                     dinances 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 sum-
                     mary of public comments on flow control; legal decisions
                     concerning  MSW flow controls; summary matrix of state
                     flow control authorities; flow control case studies; and tech-
                     nical analyses of waste generation, compost segment, recy-
                     cling  segment,   waste-to-energy segment,  and  landfill
                     segment.
                     (EPA/530-R-95-008)                 03/15/95
                     'Order Number: PB&5-J79263,
                                  Order Form NTIS
Report to Congress on Flow Control and
Municipal Solid Waste; Executive
Summary

Outlines EPA's findings on flow controls. Defines flow con-
trols and factors encouraging their use. Summarizes a com-
parative review  of states  with and  without flow control
authority.
                                  03/15/95

                                  Order Form: 0$W
                      Ofdef Number: EPJ\/53Q-S-95-QQ$
                     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 materi-
                     als should be regulated to protect human health and the en-
                     vironment.   Presents an overview of metal recovery of
                     hazardous waste and RCRA regulation.  Addresses report
                     methodology and its limitations.  Characterizes RCRA Subti-
                     tle C metal-bearing hazardous wastes. Assesses impact of
                     RCRA regulations on metal recovery from hazardous waste.
                     Appendices provide examples for source reduction in indus-
                     tries that generate metal-bearing hazardous waste and more
                     specific information on hazards associated with metals.
                     (EPA/530-R-93-018)                 02/15/94
                                                        Order Number; PB9>t~184 850
                                                      Order Form; NTIS,
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 re-
covery can be encouraged, and how these materials should
be regulated to protect human health and the environment.
                                 02/15/94

tOrtter Number: EPA/530&93-018   Order Form: OSW:
Report to Congress on Special Wastes
from Mineral Processing:  Summary and
Findings  	

Summarizes findings pertaining to special wastes from min-
eral processing.  Includes sources and volumes of materials
generated per year, present disposal and utilization prac-
tices, the potential danger to health and environment, docu-
mented  and  proved  cases  of  danger to health and
environment, alternatives to current disposal methods, 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.
                                 07/15/90

 lOrd&r Number. EPA/5303W-QQ070B Order Form: OSW:
 Report to Congress on Special Wastes
 from Mineral Processing: Summary and
 Findings; Methods and Analyses;
 Appendices	

 Examines RCRA waste exemption for mineral processing.
 Describes events in the rulemaking process and criteria
 used by EPA to exempt  20 special wastes from mineral
 processing operations. Reports  sources and  volumes of
 wastes, including present disposal practices, documented
 cases of danger, alternatives to current disposal methods,
 costs of alternatives, and impacts of alternatives on natural
 resources.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-070C)             07/15/9ฐ
 lOrder Number PB90-258492      Order Form: A/775
Report to Congress on the Discharge of
Hazardous Wastes to Publicly Owned
Treatment Works (The Domestic Sewage
Study)	

Evaluates impacts of waste discharged to publicly owned
treatment works (POTWs) as result of Domestic Sewage Ex-
clusion.  Contributes to understanding of  relationship  be-
tween Clean  Water Act, RCRA,  and other environmental
legislation, while  underscoring importance of coordination
at federal, state, and local level.
(EPA/530-SW-86-004)              02/07/86

 'Order Number; PB86-184 017/AS   Order Form; NTIS


Report to Congress on the  Minimization of
Hazardous Wastes  (Complete Set)	

Provides background on waste minimization and presents
data and information on developing  national waste minimi-
zation strategy. Reviews options available to encourage more
waste minimization at federal level, including recommenda-
tions by EPA. Includes three volumes and appendices.
(EPA/530-SW-86-033)               10/15/86

 ^Ord^r Number:  PB87-H4328       Order Form: NTIS^


 Report to Congress on the  Minimization of
 Hazardous Wastes	_______^__

 Provides background on waste minimization and presents
 data and information on developing a national waste minimi-
 zation strategy.  Reviews options available to encourage
 more waste minimization at federal  level, including recom-
 mendations by EPA.
 (EPA/530-SW-86-033A)              10/15/86

  Order Number:  P&87-114 336/AS    Order Form: NTIS


 Report to Congress on the Minimization of
 Hazardous Wastes; Appendices

 Presents analysis of impacts of waste minimization options,
 and explores circumstances  and conditions that might be
 useful for  meeting waste minimization objectives. Covers
 characteristics of each option  including implementation,
 technical effectiveness, and impacts on industry. Provides
 general  summary and recommendations.
 (EPA/530-SW-86-033B)              10/15/86
                                                      Order Number: PB87-1 u 344
                                 Order Form: NTIS
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Report to Congress on Waste Minimization:
Issues and Options; Volume I

Identifies  waste  minimization practices  by  industry proc-
esses and by major waste stream. Describes factors that
promote and inhibit adoption of waste minimization prac-
tices by industry and strategies by which waste minimization
can be increased.
(EPA/530-SW-86-041)               10/15/86

 OtpefNumb&r;  PBB7-1 14 361/AS .  Q($$r FormrNTJS
Report to Congress on Waste Minimization:
Issues and Options; Volume II

Contains Appendix A, Data Bases Used in Study, and Ap-
pendix B, Process Studies.
(EPA/530-SW-86-042)               10/15/86

 'Order Number:" PB87-1 14 369/AS   Order Form: NTtS
             -
Report to Congress on Waste Minimization:
Issues and Options; Volume III

Contains Appendices C through K. Includes Recycling Tech-
nologies and  Practices, Northeast  Industrial Waste  Ex-
change's On-Line Computer System, Conducting  Project
Profitability Analysis, EPA Definition of Solid Waste, Corre-
spondence from EPA on waste minimization activities, Com-
pilation  of  industrial  waste   reduction  cases,  ERA'S
Environmental Auditing Policy Statement, Descriptions of 11
state programs, and two proposed regulations on hazard-
ous waste management by two counties in California.
(EPA/530-SW-86-043)               1 0/1 5/86

 Order Number: P&87-1 14 377/AS    Order form: NTIS
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 municipal solid waste, oil and gas waste,
and industrial waste, at landfills, waste piles, land applica-
tion units, and surface impoundments.
(EPA/530-SW-88-011)               10/15/88
                    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, Subti-
                    tle  D wastes, Subtitle  D facilities, and  Subtitle  D state
                    programs.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-011 B)              10/15/88

                     Ofdef'Number:  PBB9:1lO,399 "  „  Order Form: NTIS
                    Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal
                    in the United States; Executive Summary

                    Addresses disposal of nonhazardous solid waste regulated
                    under Subtitle D of RCRA. Wastes include different types of
                    waste streams such as municipal  solid  waste, industrial
                    waste, and oil and gas waste. Addresses  adequacy of cur-
                    rent Subtitle D regulatory program. Volume I presents con-
                    clusions and recommendations of Subtitle D study. Volume
                    II contains results of data collection efforts.  Major findings
                    and recommendations are included.
                                                     10/15/88

                     OKier Number:  EP,yS3(>$W-88~011 A Order Form; OSW


                    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 gov-
                    ernment studies. Discusses alternatives to disposal, includ-
                    ing the costs of current and alternative waste management
                    practices. Requirements from Section 8002(n) of RCRA.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-002)               02/15/88
                                                     ' Order Number: PB88-177 977
                                                     Order Form: NTIS
                    Report to Cong rests: Wastes from the
                    Combustion of Coal by Electric Utility
                    Power Plants;  Appendices

                    Supports Report to Congress (EPA/530-SW-88-002) with
                    background data, charts, and graphs.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-002A)              02/15/88
 Order Number: PB8Q-110381
Order Form: NTIS
                                                      Order Number: PB88-177985
                                                    ' Order Form; NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 combustion
waste streams generally do not exhibit hazardous charac-
teristics under current RCRA regulations.  The report finds
that several other wastes from coal-fired utilities may exhibit
hazardous characteristics  of corrosivity or EP Toxicity and
merit regulation 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.
                                02/15/88

 Order Number EPA/53OSW-8&W2A1 Order Form; OSW
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 me-
tallic ores,  uranium overburden, and  nonmetals asbestos
and  phosphate  rock.  Summarizes EPA findings on oil
shales.
(EPA/530-SW-85-033)              12/01/85
 Order Number; PB88-162 631
Order Form:  NTIS
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 198O

Concludes that the Postclosure Liability Trust Fund (PCLTF),
designed to accept liabilities from hazardous waste facility
owners and  operators, will be unable to maintain a positive
balance after 50 years. Fund covers only a minute portion
of the future costs of land disposal. Presents results based
on output of PCLTF Simulation Model.
                                05/15/85

 Order Number: PB86-210 176/AS   Order Form: NTIS
                   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 treat-
                   ment and disposal, under Subtitle C. Several provisions 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.
                   (EPA/530-SW-91-058)              07/15/91
                    Order Number: PB91-2.2Q 301
                               ' Order Fbrm;- NT/S',
                   Report to the Senate Appropriations
                   Committee:  Regulation of Wood
                   Preserving Wastes; Executive Summary

                   Evaluates the multistatute approach to regulation of wood
                   preserving  wastes  and compares  it to  RCRA-based
                   approach.
                                                   07/15/91

                    Order Number  ฃPA/53Q-$W"91~Q&8A Order Form: OSW
Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A
Local Issue

Presents background information to assist print and broad-
cast media in understanding municipal solid waste (MSW)
issues. Examines the role of federal, state, and local govern-
ments in MSW management; options for solid waste man-
agement (source  reduction,  recycling,  incineration, and
landfilling); and regulations for solid waste landfills. Includes
information sources, major laws affecting MSW manage-
ment,  MSW management state-by-state, and compounds
and metals for groundwater detection monitoring.
                                09/15/93

 Order Number: EPA/830-K-03-002   'Order Form: OSW'
                    Residential Paper Recovery: A Community
                    Action Program

                    introduces source separation in implementation guide for
                    municipal waste. Includes sample bids and contracts.
                                                   01/01/76
                                                     Order Number: EPA/SW-583
                                                   Order Form: OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 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 genera-
 tion, transportation, and disposal of hazardous wastes so li-
 ability for mishandling can be established. Amends previous
 submission, based on revised estimates,  as companion
 regulations defining hazardous wastes to  be covered by
 RCRA were not completed.
                                 03/25/80

 ' Order Number: PB87-155776/AS   Order Form', NTIS


 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
 Guides for Municipal Officials:
 Accounting Format

 Proposes a method of reporting costs and revenues to com-
 pare costs of various resource recovery systems. Includes a
 standardized accounting format and normalized accounting
 format. The Office of Solid Waste Management Programs
 (OSWMP) developed recommended cost accounting for-
 mats to assist planners, designers, and decision-making offi-
 cials in resource recovery decisions.
 (EPA/SW-493)                     01/15/76

 ; Order Number:  PB269'143/f>'"; =  -' Order Form: NTt$,


 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
 Guides for Municipal Officials: Financing

 Provides guidance on alternative financing methods for op-
 erating a resource recovery plant.  In plain language, finan-
 cial  management  issues are discussed  and  financial
 mechanisms and costs are described.
 (EPA/SW-471)                    01/15/75
              PB256 461/5
Order Form: NTIS
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
Guides for Municipal Officials: Further
Assistance

Lists contacts in localities actively planning resource recov-
ery systems. Provides names of companies marketing such
systems, organizations that  provide information about re-
source recovery, and a bibliography of technical and non-
technical information on pertinent issues.
(EPA/SW-470)                     01/15/75

 Order Number:, PB256 460/7    '   Order Form: NTIS
                     Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
                     Guides for Municipal Officials: Interim
                     Report

                     Assists municipal officials beginning the task of resource re-
                     covery land implementation. First in a series of guides to fa-
                     cilitate  the  acquisition  of  resource  recovery  plants,
                     examining implementation issues, including planning, tech-
                     nology, markets, financing, procurement, contracts, and ac-
                     counting format.
                     (EPA/SW-480)
                     Order Number: PB259 139/4
 01/15/75

 Order Form:  NTtS
                    Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
                    Guides for Municipal Officials:  Marketing

                    Discusses markets for energy and material products, focus-
                    ing on characteristics that affect marketability. Covers de-
                    scriptions and locations of potential markets, product quality
                    required by markets, and  approximate market prices. Ad-
                    dresses marketing techniques,  including how to conduct
                    market research and obtain a purchase agreement.
                    (EPA/SW-499)      !              01/15/76
                     "Order Number: PB259 141/0
 Order Form: NTtS
                    Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
                    Guides for Municipal Officials: Planning
                    and Overview

                    Assists municipal officials in the planning and implementa-
                    tion of processing plants to recover resources from mixed
                    municipal waste. Replaces earlier version entitled Resource
                    Recovery Plant Implementation: Interim Report (SW-480)
                    (PB-259139/4).  First in a series of reports.
                    (EPA/SW-533)                     01/15/76
                     Order Number: PB8B-197561
Order Form: NTIS
                    Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
                    Guides for Municipal Officials:
                    Procurement

                    Provides assistance with the procurement of resource recov-
                    ery systems and services.  Emphasis on defining and ex-
                    plaining   a  competitive   negotiation   approach   to
                    procurement. Describes managing the  procurement  proc-
                    ess and preparing Request for Proposals.
                    (EPA/SW-495)                     01/01/76
                     Order Number: PB269 140/2
Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Sect/on 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
Guides for Municipal Officials: Risks and
Contracts

Aids in achieving fair and equitable agreements when imple-
menting resource recovery systems. Includes case studies
and observations regarding specific terms and conditions
negotiated and recorded in legally binding contracts.
(EPA/SW-496)                    01/15/76
 Order Number: PB259 142/8
Order Form: NTIS
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
Guides for Municipal Officials:
Technologies	

Acquaints reader with available and emerging technology
options for processing mixed municipal waste for resource
recovery. Includes process descriptions,  product charac-
teristics, status of development, and energy balance.
(EPA/SW-550)                    01/15/76

 Order Number: PB259 144/4       Order Form: NTIS
 Response to Comments Background
 Document for the Second Third Land
 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
 Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related
 Comments	__

 Presents Agency responses to comments submitted on pro-
 posed  land  disposal  restriction for Second Third waste
 codes and general BOAT technologies. Topics covered in-
 clude general BOAT technologies, F024, inorganic pigment
 wastes (K009-K010) organophosphorous wastes, phthalate
 wastes, and cyanide wastes (K011. K013, K014, K043, K028,
 K029, K095, K096, K027, K111-K116, U221, and U223).
 (EPA/530-SW-89-Q48D)             06/08/89
  Order Number: PB89-221 535
 Order Form: NTIS
 Response to Comments Background
 Document for the Second Third Land
 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
 Volume 2:  Capacity Related Comments

 Presents  Agency 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 incineration capacity, and
 available treatment capacity.
 (EPA/530-SW-89-048E)             06/08/89
  Order Number: PB89-221 543
 Order Form: NT.&
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Second Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 3:  Policy Related Comments

Presents comment summaries and Agency responses to the
proposed rule to prohibit land disposal of restricted hazard-
ous wastes (54 Federal Register 1056). Volume 3 of 3.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048C)            06/08/89

, Order Number: PB89-221 436.  '  OrderF.orrn: NTfS


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 land disposal re-
strictions for waste code and general BDAT technologies as
well as issues which relate to Third Third Wastes Treatment
Standards. Consists of three volumes in multi-part sections.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061)              05/08/90

 Order Number: PB9O234477 ' '"  ''Order Form: 'wf?$"


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 land  disposal
restrictions for waste code and general BDAT technologies
as well as issues which relate to Third Third Wastes Treat-
ment Standards. Volume includes request for data, handling
of data, availability of technology and Practical  Quantifica-
tion Limits (PQLs).
(EPA/530-SW-90-061A)            05/08/90

 Order Number: PB9O234 485     '' Order Fqrrft: A/T/S
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 technologies.
Includes practical quantification limits (PQLs), wastewaters and
nonwastewaters, grab and composite samples, quantification
complications for P and U wastes, and soil and debris.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061B)             05/08/90
 Order Numb&r: PBQQ-234 403 '     Order Form: NTl$
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 land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
and issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061C)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234 501
Order Form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-B:  BDAT Related Comments;
DOO1: Characteristic Ignitable Wastes
Contains comments  on  D001,  including  treatment issues
concerning aqueous wastes in ignitable  liquids and ignit-
able compressed gases,  and deactivation treatment stand-
ards.  Definitions of subcategories, and dilution are also
included.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061D)            05/08/90
""OrderDumber. PB9O234519   '  . Order f&rm;, A/77S
                   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 Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
                   disposal restrictions. Summarizes and responds  to com-
                   ments on D002. Discussion includes proposed pH require-
                   ments,  proposed insoluble salt requirements, incineration,
                   dilution, and miscellaneous issues.
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-061EE)             05/08/90
                   'Order Number. P&9&234- 527    '  "Order Form: -''•****
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 land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
as well as issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment
Standards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061F)            05/08/90
;?O?%/:&u/r>^

Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-E:  BDAT Related Comments;
DO04:  Characteristic Wastes for Arsenic
and K, P, and U  Wastes Containing
Arsenic; and DO1IO: Characteristic Wastes
for Selenium

Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
disposal restrictions.  Summarizes and responds to com-
ments on D004 and D010. Covers aqueous wastes and vitrifi-
cation, air emissions, scrubbers, hexafluoroarsenate, segregation
of arsenic wastes, chemical fixation, and inconsistent standards.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061G)            05/08/90
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
and issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA/53f>SW-9CK)61H)            05/08/90
i Order Number: PB90-234550
Order Form: NTIS
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 land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
and issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061I)             05/08/90
letter Number PB90-234568
Order Form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-H: BDAT Related Comments;
DOO8: Characteristic Wastes for Lead and
P and U Wastes Containing Lead
Addresses comments submitted on proposed land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
and issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061J)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234 576
Order Form: NTIS
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;
KO45, K046, and KO47: Wastes from the
Manufacturing and Processing of
Explosives; D011: Characteristic Wastes
for Silver; P119,  P12O:  Vanadium
Containing Wastes; and P and U Wastes
Containing Thallium
Addresses comments submitted on proposed land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
and issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061K)            05/08/90
                   Order Number: PB90-234584
                             Order Form: NTf$
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;
FOO2-FOO5: Solvents; FO06:
Electroplating Wastewater Treatment
Sludges; and FO19: Aluminum Conversion
Coating Treatment Sludges
Incorporates final response to BDAT-related comments perti-
nent to the following waste codes: F002-F005 (solvents),
F006 (electroplating wastewater treatment  sludges), and
F019 (aluminum conversion  coating treatment sludges),
mixed radioactive hazardous wastes, polynuclear aromatic U
wastes, halogenated aliphatic U wastes, and non-halogen-
ated aromatic U wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061L)             05/08/90
                                                Order Number: PB90-234592
                                               Order Form: NTIS
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                        Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 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; KO02-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 KO69:  Emission
 Control Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead
 Smelting

 Incorporates final response to BDAT comments pertinent to
 the following waste codes: F025 (wastes from production of
 chlorinated aliphatics), K002-K008 (inorganic pigments)
 K011/K013/K014 (acrylonitrile), K015 (still bottoms from ben-
 zyl chloride),  K021 (spent antimony catalyst), K046  (waste-
 water  treatment sludges from  manufacturing, etc.,  of
 lead-based initiating compounds), K060 (ammonia still lime
 sludge), K061  (electric arc furnace dust) and K069 (emis-
 sion control dust/sludge from secondary lead smelting).
 (EPA/530-SW-90-061M)            05/08/90
 * Order Number; PB90-234 6OO  ,    Order Form: A/77S


 Response to Comments Background
 Document for the Third Third Land
 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-L: BDAT Related Comments;
KO71 and K1O6:  Mercury Cell Process
Wastes; KO86: Residues from Ink
Production Wastes Containing Cyanide

Incorporates final response to BDAT comments pertinent to
the following codes: K071,  K106 (mercury  cell process
wastes), and  K086 (residues from  ink production wastes
containing cyanide).
(EPA/530-SW-90-061N)            05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234618      Order Form:  NTIS
 Response to Comments Background
 Document for the Third Third Land
 Disposal Restrictiions Proposed Rule;
 Volume 1-M:  BDAT Related Comments;
 KO17: 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 Phe noil/Acetone; KO25:
 Distillation Bottoms from the Production
 of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
 Treatment Sludges from the Production of
 Creosote; K026: Stropping Still Tails from
 the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
 KO83: Distillation Bottoms from the
 Production of Aniline Oxygenated
 Hydrocarbons andl Heterocyclic U and P
 Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
 Aliphatic Hydrocairbons

 Incorporates final  response to BDAT comments pertinent to
 following codes: K017 (wastes from production of epychlorohy-
 drin), K028-K029/K095-K096 (production of  1,1,1-trichlo-
 roethane wastewaters), K022 (wastes from phenol/acetone),
 K025 (distillation bottoms from  production of nitrobenzene),
 K035 (wastewater treatment sludges from production of creo-
sote), K026 (stripping still tails-production of methyl ethyl pyri-
dine),  K083  (distillation  bottoms-production  of aniline
oxygenated hydrocarbons and heterocyclic U and P wastes),
and F024 (production of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons).
(EPA/530-SW-90-061O)            05/08/90
 Order Number:, PB90-234 626
Order Form; NTfS
               For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-N: BOAT Related Comments;
Halogenated Organic, Pharmaceutical,
Brominated Organic, Organo-Sulfur
Compounds, and Organo-N "rtrogen
Compound Wastes; and Halogenated
Pesticide  and Chlorobenzene,
Halogenated Phenolic, and Phenolic
Wastes _ _
Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
disposal restrictions. Summarizes and responds to com-
ments. Discussion  includes standards for drinking water lev-
els, operational requirements on waste incinerators, thermal
treatment, PQL/analytical issues, and more.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061P)            05/08/90
*                       ........ . ............................................ ........... ........ '••"••'-'ซK-ซ-
        __
Order Number PB90-234 634
                              Order Form: NTI$-
 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:  Organophosphorous
 Wastes (Nonwastewaters); KO37:
 Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the
 Production of Disulfoton	
 Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
 disposal restrictions. Summarizes and responds to com-
 ments. Subissues include solvent extraction, incineration, re-
 quests for Agency evaluation, and support for regulatory
 framework.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-061Q)            05/08/9ฐ
  Order Number: PB90-234642      Order Form: NTI&

 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 land
 disposal restrictions. Summarizes and responds to comments.
 Issues include options for multisource ieachate, industry stand-
 ards and permitting, and analysis and monitoring.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-061R)            05/08/90
                                               Response to Comments Background
                                               Document for the Third Third Land
                                               Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                                               Volume 1-Q: BDAT Related Comments;
                                               Gases  _ ^ _ _
                                               Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
                                               disposal restrictions. Summarizes  and  responds to com-
                                               ments. Includes subissues such as numerical standards for
                                               gas wastes in non-gaseous forms, thermal and caustic solu-
                                               tion destruction, and treatment methods of nonwastewaters.
                                               (EPA/530-SW-90-061S)             05/08/90
'Order lumber, 'PB9Q-2346&7
               ''
                                                                             Order Form: A/'77S;
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments
(Complete Set) _ _____
Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
disposal restrictions. Summarizes and responds to comments.
Consists of three volumes in multi-part sections.
(EPA/530-SW-90-063)              05/08/90
 Order Number: PB9&-234  725      Order Form: NTIS


Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments

Presents Agency  responses to  comments on the back-
ground document for Third Third Land Disposal Restric-
tions  relating  to capacity.  Topics   covered  include
combustion, D001 Ignitable Characteristic Wastes, D002
Corrosive  Characteristic Wastes,  D003  Reactive Charac-
teristic Wastes, Arsenic and Selenium Wastes, Lead and
K061 Wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-90-063A)            05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234-7S3      Order Form/ NTl$"
  Order Number: PB90-234659
                              Order Form: NTIS;
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                            Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Response to Comments Background
 Document for the Third Third Land
 Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
 Volume 2-2;  Capacity Related Comments

 Presents Agency responses to comments on the  back-
 ground document for Third Third  Land  Disposal Restric-
 tions related to capacity. Topics-covered  include: mercury
 wastes; F, K, U, and P wastes; K048-K052 wastes; deepwell
 injected wastes; and other metals.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-063B)             05/08/90




 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 Land Disposal Restrictions relating to capacity.
Chapter 13 discusses multi-source leachate, and Chapter 14
covers mixed RCRA/radioactive wastes. Chapter 15 reports
on lab packs,  Chapter 16 covers soil and debris, and Chap-
ter 17 includes miscellaneous capacity comments.
(EPA/530-SW-90-063C)              05/08/90
                      ',758 J
                                           MTIS
                                            "
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volumes; Policy Related Comments

Presents summary of and responses to comments received
by EPA regarding the proposed  rule  to prohibit land dis-
posal of Third Third wastes. Third volume of three.
(EPA/530SW-90-064)              05/08/90

                              . f Order Form: NTtS
                             *S.  4     *  f * a  ,    <"*

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 nonhazard-
ous liquids provision and the overall demonstration process.
(EPA/530-SW-86-013)               04/15/86
 Reusable News (Winter 1990)

 Presents the premiere edition of the Municipal Solid Waste
 (MSW) Program newsletter. Quarterly editions report on
 EPA's and others' efforts to safely and effectively manage
 garbage. Articles include information and exchange plan-
 ning, EPA headquarters established in-house recycling pro-
 gram, and Philadelphia's recycling program.
                                01/15/90

                                           O$Wt


 Reusable News (Spring 199O)

 Describes school recycling program in cover story. The in-
 side includes an article on how Congress sees a bumper
 crop of MSW management bills,  loans  help small busi-
 nesses  curb  pollution,  a look  at plastic waste, build your
 own compost pile, and junk your junk mail.
                                04/15/90

 . p/stef Number: BPA/53frSW'9(}&39 Order Form: O$W
Reusable News (Summer 199O)

Presents the  characterization of the MSW stream in the
cover story. Inside articles include how Penn State govern-
ment finds recycling works, Rhode Island businesses be-
come more efficient, direct marketing association responds
to environmental concerns, Colorado's cooperative venture
boosts recycled paper procurement, and EPA program re-
wards recyclers.
                                07/15/90

                                Order Form:
                                                   Reusable News (Fall  1990)
                                                   Requests public comment on paper procurement issues in
                                                   cover story. Inside articles include three new tools for MSW
                                                   managers, order boosts contractor use of recycled paper,
                                                   look at unit recycling, and youths learn crime doesn't pay —
                                                   but recycling does.     ,
                                                                                   10/15/90
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information ami Forms.
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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Reusable News (Winter 1991)	

Presents "The Greening of the Marketplace," the front page
story that covers initiation of a product labeling program. In-
side articles include Postal Service delivers first-class recy-
cling effort, Yankee ingenuity adds miles to used tires, new
mailing machine stamps out waste, and guides that explain
composting fundamentals.
                                  01/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/530-SW-91-020 Order Form: OSW


Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)

Presents  EPA Administrator's  Awards Program  in  cover
story. Special issue highlights regional projects, such as
dead  batteries get new life in  New York, new use for old
milk jugs, computerized  map of recyclables' journey. Fea-
tured  article describes how National Park Service imple-
ments municipal  solid  waste  management  plan  and  a
blueprint for plastics recycling.
                                  04/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/530-SW-91-021 Order Form: OSW


Reusable News (Fall 1991)	

Presents EPA's role in market development in cover story.
Inside articles include: Habicht testifies on "green" market-
ing issues, community recycling, Project ROSE at Walt Dis-
ney,  Seattle  Tilth teaches  city-dwellers  to   compost,
Wisconsin and Minnesota team up for recycled  paper pur-
chase, and more.
                                   10/15/91

  Order Number: EPA/53&SW-91-022  Order Form: OSW


Reusable News (Winter 1992)	

Announces EPA's options to standardize recycling market-
ing claims in cover story. Inside articles include President
Bush issues executive order requiring federal agency recy-
cling, Illinois communities serve as source reduction mod-
els, and unique solutions to municipal solid waste problems
on the Alaskan Tundra.
                                   01/15/92

  Order Number:  EPA/530SW-91-085  Order Form:  OSW
Reusable News (Spring 1992)

Features cover story on how recycling helps homeless to a
better life.  Inside: Waste prevention successes, McDonald's
waste reduction program,  Keep America  Beautiful hand-
book promotes waste  prevention and recycling, household
hazardous waste collection programs increase by over 70
percent, and Midwest  conference looks at procurement of
recycled goods.
                                  04/15/92

- Order Number: EPA/530-N-92-001   Order Form; OSW


Reusable News (Summer 1992)	

Highlights examples of successful MSW educational efforts,
such as the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point's waste
management program, EPA curriculum tools, and EPA's
joint outreach with the  U.S. Postal Service to promote recy-
cling. Introduces the new feature "Taking Action," which pro-
files individual citizens' efforts to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
 Order Number: EPA/530-N-92-004
 Reusable News (Fall 1992)
07/15/92

Order Form: OSW
 Reports a substantial increase in municipal solid waste re-
 covery rates and the announcement of the Federal Trade
 Commission's environmental marketing guidelines. Focuses
 on vehicular recycling successes such as the Maine Turn-
 pike's ticket reuse program and the waste reduction efforts
 of automobile manufacturers. Also presents EPA's new out-
 reach materials on leaf burning.
                                   10/15/92

  Order Humber: EPA/530-N-92-005   Order Form: OSW


 Reusable News (Winter/Spring 1993)

 Celebrates fourth anniversary of Reusable News with cover
 story on the Buy Recycled  Business Alliance. Describes
 Georgia's new composting  program, the management of
 packaging waste in Europe, and the success of federal recy-
 cling programs. Features a center spread on organizations
 engaged in materials exchange efforts.
                                   04/15/93

  Order Number:  EPA/53Q-N~93*Q01   Order Form: OSW
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1993)

Describes how recycling offers opportunities for economic
development in cover story. Inside articles include grocery
store composting, paper procurement guidelines, house-
hold hazardous waste conference, bottle  deposit systems,
degradable ring rule, extension of small landfills, Trashasaur-
us Rex, and international packaging legislation.
                                  10/15/93

'Order Mumber: EPA/530-N-S3-OQ4'  Order Form: OSW
Reusable News (Winter 1994)

Focuses on ERA'S WasteWi$e Program for reducing busi-
ness solid waste.  Discusses President Clinton's Executive
Order on procurement priorities.  Announces joint project of
EPA and Keep America Beautiful, Inc., to raise awareness of
the need to buy goods made from recycled materials.  In-
cludes order form announcing new EPA  publications  on
waste reduction and electronic reference manual.
                                   01/15/94

 Order Number: ,EPA/S3ON-d4-001   'Order Form;  OSW
Reusable News (Spring 1994)

Announces the  Jobs Through Recycling Initiative, linking
environmental and  economic priorities.  Articles include
managing disaster debris, landfill permitting programs, mar-
kets for old corrugated containers, painting recycled, media
buying-recycled  campaign, waste prevention activities in
New York City and Seattle, and the degradable ring rule.
                                   04/15/94
Reusable News (Fall 1994)
Features the Jobs Through Recycling Initiative, EPA's pro-
gram to expand markets for recycled materials, stimulate
economic development, and create jobs in the recycling in-
dustry. Includes articles on Keep America Beautiful's "buy
recycled" campaign, the Recycling Technology Assistance
Partnership (ReTAP) National Network, recycling packaging
foam, and composting. Announces the online availability of
Reusable News.
                                  10/15/94

 Order Number. '~EP/y530-N-94-QO?   Order Farm: OSW
Reusable News (Winter 1995)

Reports on municipal solid waste (MSW) generation and re-
covery rate. Features an interview with the Federal Environ-
mental Executive.  Includes articles on Washington State's
"buy  recycled"  campaign, construction  and  demolition
waste reduction, and EPA's Source Reduction Mega Match
program. Includes an  insert  listing EPA publications on
MSW.
                                   01/15/95

 Order Number; EPA/63CWI&&001    Order Form;  OSW
Reusable News (Spriing 1995)

Focuses on household hazardous waste.  Includes articles
on McDonald's "buy recycled" campaign and waste reduc-
tion efforts,  paper procurement  guidelines, plastics recy-
cling, and life-cycle analysis.
                                   04/15/95
 Order Number; EPA/530-N-94-003   Order Form: OSW      Order Number: EPA/S3Q-tt-&&tfQ3 '  Order Form: OSW ,
Reusable News (Summer 1994)

Features the Greening of the White House, steps that the
White House is taking to cut waste,  improve energy effi-
ciency, and save money. Articles include truth in environ-
mental advertising, steel recycling Campaign, recycling whiz
wins Westinghouse Award,  EPA's new recycling strategy
breaks down market barriers, perspectives on flow control,
and the  Supreme Court decision on Waste-to-Energy ash.
                                   07/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530rN*94-004    Order Form: OSW
Review of Industrial Waste Exchanges

Describes waste exchanges, which provide a mechanism for
recycling and reusing industrial waste. Reviews the current
activities and status of North American waste exchanges.
Characterizes wastes  and the customers of waste  ex-
changes. Discusses funding mechanisms and relative mar-
ket  position of  waste  exchanges.    Examines  waste
exchanges and environmental liability issues. Provides rec-
ommendations for encouraging greater levels of reuse and
recycling through waste exchanges
                                  09/15/94

 Order. Number. EPA/63Q-K-94-OQ3 '  Order Form: OSW
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Revised Implementation Strategy for City
 of Chicago v. EOF 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 (i) of RCRA does not exempt
 ash generated at resource recovery facilities (i.e., waste-to-
 energy facilities) burning household wastes and nonhazard-
 ous  commercial  wastes from  the   hazardous  waste
 requirements of Subtitle C of RCRA. Examines EPA's strat-
 egy for assisting waste-to-energy facilities to comply with the
 RCRA  Subtitle C requirements.
                                 03/22/95

 lorder Number. EPA/530f-95-013   Order Form: OSW
Ride the Wave of the Future: Recycle
Today! (Poster)

Illustrates surfer riding glass, paper, and can recyclables on
a colorful poster. Part of EPA's educational "Stamp out the
Garbage Gremlin" series. Folds for easy mailing.
                                 04/15/90

    lerNumbar EPA/53&SW-9O010 Order Form: :'
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 government officials
who are responsible for regulating systems. Summarizes im-
portant program elements and answers frequently  asked
questions.
                                 01/15/88

jOrder Number: EPA/53&SW-B8404  Order Form:  OSW'<
Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The
Federal Regulations for Landfills

Summarizes the federal regulations covering landfill loca-
tion, operation, design, groundwater monitoring and correc-
tive action, closure and post-closure care, and  financial
assurance. Gives owners/operators and local officials dates
for compliance and additional sources of information.
                                 03/15/93

I Otter Number: EPA/53OSW-91-092 Order Form:  OSW
                                                      Sampling and Analysis of Municipal
                                                      Refuse Incinerator Ash; Draft

                                                      Assists generators of ash from municipal incinerators in de-
                                                      signing a plan to determine whether any constituent in the
                                                      ash exceeds the levels specified in EPA's toxicity charac-
                                                      teristic (TC). Describes how to design a sampling plan, in-
                                                      cluding type and frequency of sampling, as well as location.
                                                      Presents the  specific  procedures from  Test Methods for
                                                      Evaluating Solid Waste (SW-846) for the wastes listed in 40
                                                      CFR 261.24. Describes criteria for evaluating data to deter-
                                                      mine which wastes pass or fail the TC and the frequency of
                                                      recharacterization. References procedures to follow to ensure
                                                      the quality of  the sampling and analysis data.  Appendix
                                                      defines terms appropriate to ash generation/characterization.
                                                                                       05/15/94

                                                      'Order Number: EPA/530-R~d4*Q2Q   Order Form: OSW.
                                                      School Recycling Programs: A Handbook
                                                      for Educators

                                                      Illustrates  school recycling program options, along  with
                                                      step-by-step instructions in this booklet on how to set one
                                                      up.  Instructions for applying  for the President's  Environ-
                                                      mental Youth Awards included.
                                                                                       08/15/90

                                                      'Order Number, EPA/53&SW-&&023 ' Order Formr OSW


                                                      Second Report to Congress: Resource
                                                      Recovery and Source Reduction

                                                      Reviews EPA's programs related to the conservation of en-
                                                      ergy and material resources, including environmental and
                                                      economic impacts. Examines effects of several existing fed-
                                                      eral policies and programs on the use of virgin and recycled
                                                      material. Studies automobiles, packaging, beverage contain-
                                                      ers, and rubber tires.
                                                      (EPA/SW-353)                     01/15/74
                                                      Order Number: PB^SS 406/3
                                                                                       Order Form: NTIS
                                                     Setting Priorities for Hazardous Waste
                                                     Minimization

                                                     Describes EPA's work in developing a methodology to set
                                                     priorities in determining  which combusted  hazardous
                                                     wastes EPA, states, industry, and other stakeholder groups
                                                     should focus on  regarding  waste minimization.  Presents
                                                     draft results of prioritizing waste streams and the industrial
                                                     processes generating them.
                                                                                       07/15/94
                                                      OrderNumber; 53Q-Ft-94~Q15
                                                                                       Order Form: OSW,
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Setting Priorities for Hazardous Waste
 Minimization; Appendices

 Includes  sample Biennial  Reporting System (BRS) data
 forms, BRS code descriptions, ERA'S matching process of
 automated merging of GM and WR forms, list of documents
 used as sources of concentration data, retrieval from the
 Generator Survey (GENSUR), waste characterizations for
 top 150 routinely generated combusted waste stream com-
 binations, summary of prioritization systems,  Hazardous
 Ranking System (MRS) hazard  data and pathway scores
 from Superfund chemical data matrix,  and  table of states
 and regions in which top 100 ranked waste  stream combi-
 nations are generated.
                                 07/15/94
 'Order Number: 53.Qft*d4*016a
 Order Farm: OSW
Sites for Our Solid Waste:  A Guidebook
for Effective Public Involvement

Provides information for public officials, citizens, and indus-
try professionals to help them find waste sites that are both
technically sound and socially acceptable. Entire plan  en-
courages public involvement.
                                 04/15/90

, Order Number: ฃPA^530-$W-9Q-p19  Order Form: ,OsW


Siting Our Solid Waste:  Making Public
Involvement Work (Brochure)

Encourages ordering the matching  guidebook, as well as
outlines issues involved in locating waste sites. Includes ta-
ble of contents for guidebook.
                                04/15/90
, Qnder Number; EPA/630^f^O020  Order Form


Soil Properties, Classification, and
Hydraulic Conductivity Testing

Compiles laboratory and field testing methods for the meas-
urement of hydraulic conductivity of soils, including back-
ground information on the  relevant soil properties  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)

"'"Order Number: ~PB87-165 784/As'
03/15/84

Order Form: NTIS
                     S01LINER Model
Documents SOILINER computer model and provides User's
Guide. SOILINER is finite-difference approximation of highly
nonlinear, governing equation for one-dimensional, unsatu-
rated flow in the vertical dimension. Provides a comprehen-
sive tool for the design of liner configurations, specifically
liner conductivity and thickness.
(EPA/530-SW-86-006)               04/15/86

'Order Number: ,PB&7~ 100 038       Order Form: NTfS


Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for
Action; Background Document

Describes municipal solid waste and presents a strategy to
improve management of wastes. Gives analysis behind rec-
ommended actions in a summary fashion. Compiles options
of potential research, development, and demonstration ac-
tivities to provide data for solutions.
(EPA/530-SW-88-054A)              08/15/88
                     -Order Number; PB8&251 137
                                 Order Form; NTfS
                    Solid Waste Dilemima: An Agenda for
                    Action; Background Document;
                    Appendices A-C

                    Supplements the background document by summarizing
                    various components of the municipal solid waste stream. In-
                    cludes quantity and characteristic data, conclusions from
                    the application of various waste management  practices,
                    identification of notable issues or problems, and other data.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-054B) ,            08/15/88
                     Order Number:  PB8&251 145
                                ~ Order Form: NTIS
                    Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for
                    Action (Final Report of the Municipal
                    Waste Task Force]}

                    Describes the municipal solid waste situation and presents
                    a strategy to improve management of wastes. Offers con-
                    crete solutions.
                                                     02/15/89

                     Orde/Number. EPA/53&S\Vฃ9-019_ ~Order Farm:
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information ana Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
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 Hazardous and
Solid Waste Amendments of 1984 (Public Law 98-616), Safe
Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1986  (Public Law 99-
339), and Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act
of 1987 (Public Law 99-499).
                                 01/01/87

 Order Number: EPA/530-SW-85422  Order Form:  OSW
Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria:
Technical Manual

Addresses general applicability of the Part 258 criteria, loca-
tion restrictions, operating requirements, design standards,
groundwater monitoring and corrective action, and closure
and post-closure care for landfills. Includes the regulatory
language, a general explanation of the regulations and who
must comply with them, key technical issues that may need
to be addressed to ensure compliance with a particular re-
quirement, and information sources. Written for municipal
solid waste landfill owners and operators.
(EPA/530-R-93-017)                 11/15/93
 Order Number PB94-100450
Order Form: NTIS
Solid Waste Leaching Procedure;
Technical Resource Document for Public
Comment

Provides a method  for collecting data on the quality of
leachate from solid waste. Describes the batch leaching pro-
cedure for use in a  lab with various wastes to predict the
composition of leachate from that waste under field condi-
tions. Methods, equipment, and sources of error discussed
along with suggestions for interpreting data.
(EPA/SW-924)                     03/15/84

 Order Number:  PB87-152054/AS   Order Form: NTIS
                    Solid Waste Resource Guide for Native
                    Americans: Where to Find Funding and
                    Technical Assistance

                    Identifies potential sources of federal financial and technical
                    assistance for safely managing solid waste and implement-
                    ing the RCRA requirements. Describes the resources avail-
                    able to Native American communities from EPA, the Bureau
                    of Indian Affairs, the Indian Health Services, the Department
                    of Housing and Urban Development, the Administration for
                    Native Americans,  Farmers Home Administration, and the
                    Department of Energy.  Provides contacts for these federal
                    assistance programs.
                                                    04/15/94

                     Order Number: EPA/530-K-94-002   Order Form". O$W
                    Solving the Hazardous Waste Problem:
                    EPA's RCRA Program

                    Provides an overview of hazardous waste objectives of
                    RCRA program, describing each target of regulation, includ-
                    ing the  background and strategy for controlling hazardous
                    wastes.
                                                    11/15/86

                     Order Number: EPA/530SW-86-Q37  Order Form: O'SW
                    Source Separation Collection and
                    Processing Equipment; A User's Guide

                    Helps municipal officials and private collection companies
                    operate source separation programs by providing informa-
                    tion on  systems and equipment. Describes successful sys-
                    tems and  lists  advantages,  disadvantages,  and general
                    specifications of numerous equipment items.
                    (EPA/SW-842)                     01/15/80
                     Order Number: PB81-158297
Order Form: W'T/S
                    Source Separation: The Community
                    Awareness Program in Somerville and
                    Marblehead, Massachusetts

                    Provides local governments and interested public with use-
                    ful information for planning, implementing, and  operating
                    source-separation programs. First in series about the multi-
                    material  source separation demonstration in  Marblehead
                    and Somerville, Massachusetts.
                    (EPA/SW-551)                    11/15/76
                                                      Order Number; PB260 654/9
                                                    Orde'r'Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 re-
ducing waste throughout a product's life cycle. Lists the
benefits of waste prevention and  ways to prevent waste.
Contains examples of pollution prevention successes being
achieved by business, industry, government, and consum-
ers. Includes additional sources of EPA information.
                               06/15/95
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 hazard-
ous waste facility owners and operators to develop an in-
spection schedule tailored to individual facilities. Provides
summaries of and responses to comments received on pro-
posed rule.
                               04/15/80
' Order 'Number/ 'PB81 -190 001  '"  Order Form: NTIS

Standards for Personnel Training (4O CFR
264.16); Interim Status Standards for
Personnel Training (4O CFR 265.16);
Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
 Storage, and Disposal Facilities under
 RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004 _
 Provides Agency support and rationale for personnel train-
 ing standards at hazardous waste facilities. Describes regu-
 lation as originally proposed, summarizes and responds to
 related  comments, and includes legislative authority,  key
 definitions, damage case summaries, and precedents.
                                04/15/80
                  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  Agency support and rationale for preparedness
                  and prevention standards at hazardous waste facilities. De-
                  scribes regulation as originally proposed, summarizes and
                  responds to related comments, and  includes legislative
                  authority, key definitions, damage case summaries, and
                  precedents.
                                                 04/15/80
                   Order Number; PB81-181 372
                             Order Form: NTtS
                  Standards for Security (4O 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 Agency support and rationale for security stand-
                  ards at hazardous waste facilities. Concludes that control-
                  ling access to hazardous waste facilities is an important
                  part of a regulatory program. Describes regulation as origi-
                  nally proposed, summarizes and responds to related  com-
                  ments,  and  includes legislative  authority, key definitions,
                  damage case summaries, and precedents.
                                                 04/15/80
                   'Order'Number;
                 •181 398
'OrderForm: NTIS
                   State Authorization Manual; Volume I

                   Provides guidance for states applying for program revisions
                   to an authorized RCRA state program. Updates 1988 State
                   Consolidated RCRA Authorization Manual. Emphasizes pro-
                   gram revision process.
                   (EPA/530-SW-91-018A)            10/15/90
  Order Number: PB81-181 380
Order Form: NTS:
Order Number: PB91-13C211
                                                                                 Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 State Authorization Manual; Volume II

 Provides guidance for states applying for program revisions
 to an authorized RCRA state program. Updates 1988 State
 Consolidated RCRA Authorization Manual. Consists of ap-
 pendices with checklists.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-018B)              10/15/90

  Order Number.  PB91-130229       Order Form: NTIS
                                                      State Program Advisory Number Ten

                                                      Updates State Authorization Manual (SAM) with RCRA pro-
                                                      gram changes covering the period July 1, 1990, through De-
                                                      cember 31, 1990.  Adds three new revision checklists and
                                                      revises four existing checklists. Includes a consolidated tox-
                                                      icity characteristics (TC) checklist for the rules addressing
                                                      the TC requirements and revised model Attorney General's
                                                      statement.
 State Decision-Makers Guide for
 Hazardous Waste Management

 Presents key issues addressed by state, regional, and local
 governments and agencies in creating effective hazardous
 waste management  programs.  Policy-oriented checklist
 highlights topics addressed by RCRA, such as defining haz-
 ardous waste, problem recognition, land use, facility opera-
 tions, policy issues, and transportation.
                                  01/01/77

                                  Order Form; OSW
                                                     (EPA/530-R-94-026)

                                                      Order Number: PB94-193 273
                                  01/08/92

                                  Order Form: NTIS
Order Number:  EPA/SW-612
 State Program Advisory Number Eight

 Covers RCRA program changes for 7/1/89 to 12/31/89. In-
 cludes seven revised checklists, model language for the At-
 torney General's Statement for changes covered  by SPA,
 and other revisions. Includes revision of First Third Sched-
 uled Wastes and of Checklist 70 which covers changes to
 Part 124.
 (EPA/530-SW-91-047}               03/01/91

 Order Number:  PB91-179168       Order Form: NTIS


State Programs Advisory Number Nine

Updates Sfafe Authorization Manual (PD 9540.00-09A) with
RCRA program changes for the period January 1  through
June 30, 1990.  Adds 9 new checklists and revisions for 10
existing checklists.  Also includes a consolidated land dis-
posal restrictions checklist.
(EPA/530-R-92-001)                01/15/92

 Order Number: PB92-149285       Order Form: NTIS
State Program Advisory Number Eleven

Updates State Authorization Manual (SAM) with RCRA pro-
gram changes covering the period January 1, 1991, 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.
(EPA/530-R-94-027)                01/08/92
                                                       Order Number: PB94-193 281
                                                                                      Order Form: NTIS
                                                     State Program Advisory Number Twelve

                                                     Updates State Authorization Manual (SAM) with RCRA pro-
                                                     gram changes covering the period July 1, 1991, through De-
                                                     cember 31, 1991. Adds seven new checklists and revises six
                                                     existing checklists.  Includes consolidated checklists  for
                                                     burning of hazardous waste in  boilers and industrial fur-
                                                     naces and for the wood preserving listings. Provides revised
                                                     model Attorney General's statement.
                                                     (EPA/530-R-94-028)                 01/08/92

                                                     Order Numb&r:  PB94-193299       Order Form; NTtS


                                                     State Program Advisory  Number Thirteen

                                                     Updates State Authorization Manual (SAM). Unlike previous
                                                     state program advisories, does not contain one section that
                                                     summarizes all of the regulatory changes for the period cov-
                                                     ered.  Provides stand-alone summaries, including model At-
                                                    torney General language,  for each checklist for filing with
                                                    corresponding checklists  and Federal Register notices in
                                                    the SAM.  Includes revised versions of checklists  17H and
                                                    77 and all consolidated checklists  of June 30, 1993.
                                                    (EPA/530-R-94-029)                04/07/94
                                                       Order Number: PB94-193307
                                                                                     Order Form: NTIS
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State Program Advisory Number Fourteen

Updates the State Authorization Manual (SAM) with RCRA
program changes covering the period July 1, 1992, through
June 30, 1993.  Provides 18 new revision checklists and
their corresponding summaries and  Federal Register arti-
cles. Includes an updated model Attorney General's state-
ment and a used  oil fact sheet for  revision checklist 112.
Contains updated consolidated checklists for land disposal
restrictions, boilers and industrial furnaces, toxicity charac-
teristic,  and  wood preserving and  a  new  consolidated
checklist for the Bevill exclusion for mining wastes.
(EPA/530-R-95-003)                 07/12/94
- Order Number: PB95-170 874
Order, Farm; NTIS
State Program Advisory Number Fifteen

Updates the State Authorization Manual (SAM) with RCRA
program changes covering the period July 1, 1993, through
June 30, 1994.  Provides 10 new revision checklists and
their corresponding summaries and Federal Register arti-
cles.  Includes an updated model Attorney General's state-
ment  and  a  revised   checklist 49.    Contains  new
consolidated checklists for recycled used oil management
standards and treatability studies.
(EPA/530-R-95^D07)                 02/15/95

  Order Numb&r: PB95-191 219   '   Order Form: NTl$


State Scrap Tire Programs: A Quick
Reference Guide	

Provides a quick reference on 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.
                                  04/15/93
Statement by Carol M. Browner, EPA
Administrator, on Hazardous Waste
Reduction and Combustion Strategy

Announces EPA initiatives to encourage hazardous waste
reduction and strengthen regulation of incinerators and in-
dustrial furnaces that burn hazardous waste. Introduces new
guidelines for hazardous waste reduction programs, efforts
to bring hazardous waste incinerators and furnaces under
permit controls, the inclusion of dioxin emission standards
in permits, the addition of more stringent particulate matter
controls on permits, and the requirement of risk assess-
ments before any permits are finalized.
                                  05/18/93

                                            ; QSW.
                                             "     '
                     Statement of Michael Shapiro, Director of
                     the Office of Solid Waste: Strategy for
                     Hazardous Waste Minimization and
                     Combustion

                     Announces EPA's Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimiza-
                     tion and Combustion. Discusses the role of waste minimiza-
                     tion in the RCRA hazardous waste management program
                     and addresses  the  role of combustion.  Presents EPA's
                     views on  expanded  public involvement in the RCRA deci-
                     sion-making process, the need for strong compliance and
                     enforcement, and the role of risk assessment in the permit-
                     ting of  hazardous waste combustion facilities.  Highlights
                     the strategic directions developed by EPA through an exten-
                     sive and open process to solicit views from all affected par-
                     ties.
                                                       11/15/94

                      'Qher Numbjr EPA/^0^4436.   -Order Form: OSW
                     States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid
                     Battery Recycling

                     Studies state  lead-acici battery recycling programs to ex-
                     plore how the federal government and states can most ef-
                     fectively promote this activity.  Describes the requirements
                     and effectiveness of individual programs.
                     (EPA/530-SW-9 1-029)                01/15/92
                                    PBd24iQ-986
                                                                                         OrderForrn: NTIS
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section B, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 Statistical Analysis of Groundwater
 Monitoring Data at RCRA Facilities;
 Interim Final Guidance

 Assists regional and state personnel in evaluating ground-
 water monitoring data from RCRA facilities. Guides statisti-
 cal analysis of ground-water monitoring, pertaining to spatial
 relationships between monitoring wells and potential con-
 taminant sources.
 (EPA/530-SW-89-026)              04/15/89
 Border Number: PB89-151 047
Order Form:
 Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data

 Contains analyses conducted to measure concentration of
 various elements, anion, radionuclides, and other parame-
 ters in raw mining waste samples and acetic acid extracts of
 samples.
 (EPA/530-SW-86-024)               06/30/86

 ^Order Number: PB86-219383/AS   Order Form: NTIS :


 Statistical Training Course for
 Groundwater Monitoring Data Analysis

 Outlines the statistical training course for groundwater moni-
 toring data analysis. Describes course topics such as case
 studies,  an introduction to GRITS-STAT, statistical founda-
 tions, basics of hypothesis testing, checking assumptions,
 interval estimation, methods for two-sample comparisons,
 and control charts. Includes EPA's draft addendum to in-
 terim  final guidance to statistical analysis  of groundwater
 monitoring data at RCRA facilities.
                                 01/15/92

 lOrder Number: EPA/530-R-93-003   Order Form: OSW-
Status of Rulemaking on Emissions
Standards and Controls

Addresses upgrading of emissions standards controls for
hazardous waste combustors (HWCs) and concerns with
existing controls. Describes promulgation under joint RCRA
and Clean Air Act (CAA) authorities.  Discusses the hazard-
ous air pollutants (HAPs) to be regulated, enhanced moni-
toring, and progress to date.
                                 11/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530-F-94-Q33    Order Form: OSW
Strategy for Hazardous Waste
Minimization and Combustion

Sets forth EPA's fundamental goals and basic vision with re-
spect to the role of waste minimization in the RCRA hazard-
ous 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 compli-
ance and enforcement, and the role of risk assessment. Ap-
pendices  list  accomplishments in each  component of the
strategy, voluntary initiatives  by the regulated community,
and background information  on hazardous waste genera-
tion and management.
                                11/15/94

 Order Number; EP/y$3Q~Ft-94-044   Order Form:  OSW
                    Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's
                    Hazardous Waste Minimization and
                    Combustion Activities  (Issue #1)

                    Provides information on activities associated with  EPA's
                    Draft Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combustion Strat-
                    egy.  Discusses waste minimization, compliance and  en-
                    forcement,   permitting  and  public  involvement,  risk
                    assessment, and technical standards.
                                                    09/15/94

                    Order Number:  EPA/53Q-N-94-Q05   Order Form:'OSW
                   Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's
                   Hazardous Waste Minimization and
                   Combustion Activities (Issue #2)

                   Announces the finalization of EPA's overall waste minimiza-
                   tion and combustion strategy. Reports on compliance and
                   enforcement initiative and lists EPA enforcement penalties.
                   Discusses fuel blending regulations and restrictions.
                                                    01/15/95

                    Order Number: EPA/530-N-9&W2   'Order Form:, OSW


                   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 regu-
                   late wastes and other materials uniquely associated with
                   noncoal  mining. Describes  pre-rulemaking process, back-
                   ground, and overview of mining waste program. Discusses
                   scope of program and regulatory approach.
                   (EPA/530-SW-91-056)              05/20/91

                    Order Number:  PB91-178418      Order Form: NTIS,
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Subchronic Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in
Sprague Dawley Rats

Evaluates preliminary test data collected to assess the toxic-
ity of meta-cresol in rats when administered for 13 weeks by
oral gavage. Fifty mg/kg/day appears to  be the maximum
dose that produced no evident adverse effects.
(EPA/530-SW-88-026)               03/25/88
 Order Number: PB88-195284
OrderForm: ,NTIS
Subchronic Toxicity of Ortho-Cresol in
Sprague Dawley Rats

Assesses the toxicity of ortho-cresol (o-cresol) in rats during
13 weeks of oral gavage administration. Methods and proce-
dures conducted in accordance with appropriate Quality As-
surance  Programs designed to  conform with FDA Good
Laboratory Practice Regulations.
(EPA/530-SW-88-027)               03/21/88
 'OrderNumber PB88-197496
Order Form: 'NTl$
Subchronic Toxicity of Para-Cresol in
Sprague Dawley Rats; MBA Chemical No. 25

Examines oral toxicity of para-cresol (p-cresol) in Sprague
Dawley rats during 13 weeks of oral gavage administration.
Dose levels studied were 0, 50, 175, and 600 mg/kg/day.
Para-cresol was hepatotoxic, nephrotoxic, and induced a
mild anemic  state.  Methods and procedures designed to
conform with FDA and EPA Good Laboratory  Practices
Regulations.
(EPA/530-SW-88-025)               04/04/88
 Order Number: PB8&J95292
Order Form'. NTIS
Subtitle D Industrial Facility Telephone
Survey Report (1987)

Develops representative lists of facilities that managed Subti-
tle D wastes,  including  landfills, surface impoundments,
land  application units, and waste piles not regulated as haz-
ardous waste handlers. Develops national and industry-spe-
cific  estimates of the number of facilities and amount of
Subtitle D waste managed.
(EPA/530-SW-91-069)               08/15/91
 Order Number: PB91-240432
Order Form; NTIS
                    Subtitle D Municipal Landfill Survey
                    Report (1986)

                    Presents results of a survey of 1,250 municipal landfills in
                    the United States and territories with at least one active
                    landfill unit as of November 1, 1986.
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-070)               08/15/91
                                                     , Order Number: PB91-242396
                                                     Order Form; 'NTIQ
                    Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report

                    Presents results of data collection  for the first phase of
                    studying the adequacy of Subtitle D criteria to protect hu-
                    man health and environment from ground-water contamina-
                    tion. Recommendations given.
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-054)               10/15/86
                    '-.Order Number: PB87--H6
                                 Order Form:- NTIS-
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 analytical
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.
(EPA/530-R-93-025)                 10/15/93
                                                      Order Number. PB94-113 404
                                                     Order Form: NTIS
Summary of Appropriate Analytical
Methods for Appendix IX; Parts I and II

Presents survey of key analytical information for each com-
pound on proposed Appendix IX. Ensures that documenta-
tion 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 survey of data for individual compounds, and
Part 2 covers supplementary information on selected com-
pounds.
                                 07/15/87
                                                      Order Number: PB87-230 371
                                                     Order Form; NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Summary of Comments on Mining Waste
Report to Congress

Describes  approach  used  to  summarize  comments in-
cluded In document. Lists companies, organizations, agen-
cies, and individuals who responded. Organized into five
chapters covering legal issues and procedures, technical in-
formation, regulations, economics, and recommendations.
(EPA/530-SW-86-030)              05/09/86

tGteter Number PB86-222 486/AS   Order Form: NTIS
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 possible
use In the development of a rational mining program. Sum-
marizes 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 contami-
nants detected in ore processing wastewater.
(EPA/530-R-93-024)                10/15/93
 ' Order Number: PB94-113396
Order Form: NTIS
                    Summary of Draft RCRA Hazardous Waste
                    Minimization National Plan

                    Outlines specific components of the Draft RCRA Hazardous
                    Waste Minimization National Plan. Discusses the framework
                    for implementing EPA's waste minimization plan.
                                                    05/15/94

                    'Order Number; EPA/53OS-94-002    Order Form: OSW
Summary of Markets for Compost

Summarizes EPA's Markets for Compost, Examines the role
of markets in recycling and the supply of compostable ma-
terials.  Discusses factors affecting supply and demand and
future trends.
                                11/15/95

'Order'Number: ePA/gstisW-&rM)?3b drderForm: OSW
  ฃ'•'     i      *    >  ,          .> •//,*•


Summary of Markets for Recovered
Aluminum

Summarizes EPA's Markets for  Recovered Aluminum. De-
scribes factors affecting current supply and demand for re-
covered aluminum. Provides information on future market
trends.
                                04/15/93

 Order Number: EPA)s30^W-9O072B Order Form: OSW
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 wastewaters generated at
ore and mining  and dressing sites to support the develop-
ment of national  effluent guidelines to be included  in
NPDES permits. Summarizes information published in De-
velopment  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 analyzed, the metal ana-
lyzed, and a narrative description of the results of wastewa-
ter characterization for each process.
(EPA/530-R-93-023)                10/15/93
                    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.
                                                    12/15/92

                    OrderNumber: EPA/53&SW-9&Q71B  OrderForm: OSW
                    Summary of Markets for Scrap Tires

                    Summarizes EPA's Market for Scrap Tires. Describes factors
                    affecting current supply and demand for scrap tires. Pro-
                    vides information on future market trends.
                                                    10/15/91

                    Order Number:' EPA/530^ W-9CW74B Prder Form; OSW\
 Order Number: PB94-113388
OrderForm: NTIS
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Summary of OSW's RCRA Regulatory
Reform Analysis; Preliminary Results

Presents preliminary results of the Office of Solid Waste's
RCRA regulatory reform analysis.  Includes a regulation-by-
regulation overview and a detailed summary consisting of
the regulation, purpose of the regulation, recommended re-
view  category (no action, obsolete,  revise,  or possibly re-
vise), revision approach, environmental benefit, currently
funded or planned, and planned milestones if appropriate.
                                 04/15/95

                                            OSW:
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 Household Hazardous Waste Management (HHWM) Col-
lection Programs and related issues. EPA-sponsored confer-
ence coordinated by Center for Environmental Management
at Tufts University.
(EPA/530-SW-89-042A)              11/18/86

                                ' Order Form: NTlS


Summary of the Second National
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Management

Includes a compendium of presentations made at the Sec-
ond  Annual Household  Hazardous  Waste  Management
Conference. Overviews provided on major national and in-
ternational issues, collection programs, other management
options, special wastes, problem wastes, and  future funding
options. EPA-sponsored conference coordinated by Center
for Environmental Management at Tufts University.
(EPA/530-SW-89-042B)              11/02/87
                    mww-i^K^'-x-ft1 • •- ..;-• • •.
                       1M   " '••"-**—
Summary of the Thiird National
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Management

Includes a compendium of presentations from the Third An-
nual  Household Hazardous Waste Management (HHWM)
Conference. Presentations summarize issues on collection
program operation, batteries, reduction and other manage-
ment options, funding, permanent programs, program man-
agement, farm and home pesticides, components of HHWM
education program, scientific information, used oil, paint,
and legislative considerations. EPA-sponsored  conference
coordinated by Center for Environmental Management at
Tufts University.
(EPA/530-SW-89-042C)              11/02/88
                                                      Order Number; PB8Q-tW $2?:
                                 Order Form'NTฎ
                                                     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
                                                     Treatment,  Disposal, and Recycling Facilities Survey (con-
                                                     ducted  in 1987), Covers commercial system capacity, cap-
                                                     tive system capacity, and onsite system capacity.
                                                     (EPA/530-SW-89-035A)              01/31/89

                                                     I Orter Number; 'PB8$J79 (J22'  \  Order Form", A/T7S


                                                     Summary Report of Capacity at
                                                     Commercial Facilities; Volume II

                                                     Provides capacity data  on commercial hazardous waste
                                                     management facilities in all states as derived from EPA's
                                                     Treatment,  Disposal, and Recycling Facilities Survey (con-
                                                     ducted in 1987). Appendices are included.
                                                     (EPA/530-SW-89-035B)              01/31/89

                                                     :6rcter Number; PB88-179Q3Q       Order Form; NTlS
                                                     Summary Report of Capacity at Limited
                                                     Commercial and Company Captive
                                                     Facilities; Draft; Volume I

                                                     Provides capacity data on limited commercial and company
                                                     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' Capac-
                                                     ity Assurance Plan. Contains data on limited commercial ca-
                                                     pacity, captive capacity, and onsite capacity.
                                                     (EPA/530-SW-89-036A)              02/15/89
                                                                   PB8$~179Q4S
                                 Order Form: NTlS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Summary Report of Capacity at Limited
Commercial and Company Captive
Facilities; Draft; Volume II

Provides capacity data on limited commercial and company
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' Capac-
ity Assurance Plan. Appendices are included.
(EPA/530-SW-89-036B)             02/15/89
 Order Number; PB89-179 055
Order Form: NTIS
Surface Water Screening Procedure;
Background Document

Explains ERA'S approach designed to establish acceptable
concentrations for specific chemical constituents in waste
extracts, by working backward from point of potential hu-
man exposure to land disposal unit. The screening  proce-
dure presented in the paper involves the application of an
analytic solute transport equation using  values for  hydro-
geologic parameters to derive distribution of outputs.
(EPA/530-SW-86-050)               12/15/85
 Order Number:  PB87-101 614
Order Form: NTIS
A Survey of Household Hazardous Waste
and Related Collection Programs

Identifies  existing  information on types and quantities of
HHW present in residential wastestream. Existing collection
programs operating at state and local levels were identified
and described. Detailed lists of programs are included, as
are case studies of three collection programs.
(EPA/530-SW-86-038)               10/15/86
 Order Number: PB87-108072
Order Form: NTtS
Technical Background Document and
Response to Comments: Method 1311 -
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
Procedure

Proposes EPA amendments to hazardous waste identifica-
tion regulations by expanding Toxicity Characteristic (TC) to
include additional contaminants. EPA proposes using the
leaching  test, Toxic  Characteristic  Leaching  Procedure
(TCLP), to determine if wastes should be classed as hazard-
ous. Summarizes and responds to comments from the pub-
lic regarding use of TCLP. Each major issue regarding TCLP
is discussed in a separate section.
(EPA/530-SW-90-080)               04/15/89
 Order Number: PB91-102053
                    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, testing, and modeling.
                    Presents case histories from active mining sites and sites on
                    the Superfund National Priorities List (NPL).
                    (EPA/530-R-94-036)                12/15/94
 Order Number: PB94-201 829
Order Form: NTtS
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 Proces-
sors, 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 incinera-
tors permitted under RCRA.
(EPA/530-SW-90-086)               10/15/90
                     Order Number: -PB91-111 492
                                 Order Form: NTIS
Technical Guidance Document:
Fabrication of Polyethylene FML

Provides guidance for construction  quality control and as-
surance inspectors and related personnel regarding proper
techniques for making field seams on polyethylene flexible
membrane liners  (FMLs). Specific emphasis on the three
most widely used  techniques: extrusion fillet, extrusion flat,
and hot wedge fabrication methods. Rationale provided for
various conditions and limitations, and a glossary of relevant
terms concerning polyethylene FML fabrication is included.
(EPA/530-SW-89-069)               09/15/89
                     -Order Number;  PB90-119&96
                                 ,OrderF0rm:
Order Form: NTIS]
                  for ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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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 hazardous waste
land disposal facilities. Provides design guidance on final
cover systems for hazardous waste landfills and surface im-
poundments. The cover system discussed has a multilayer
design. Optional layers which may be required for site-spe-
cific conditions  are discussed. Rationale is provided for de-
sign parameters to give background  information and
understanding of cover systems.
(EPA/530-SW-89-047)               07/15/89

^ Order Number: PB89-233480       Order Form:  NTfS


Technical Guidance Document:  Inspection
Techniques for the Fabrication of
Geomembrane Field Seams

Assists EPA and state personnel in implementing new cor-
rective action provisions by providing a central source of in-
formation  on  air  emissions control  technologies  and
techniques for hazardous waste TSDFs. Gives descriptions
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 con-
trol technology from the industrial sector to hazardous
waste management is discussed.
(EPA/530-SW-91-051)               05/15/91

" 'OrderNumber; P&&2-1f&057.'      Order Form: NTIS'


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 information on air
emissions control technologies and  techniques for hazard-
ous waste facilities. Describes waste management unit de-
sign and operation practices which prevent or control vapor
and particulate releases from containerized waste storage,
tanks, surface  impoundments, landfills, land treatment and
waste piles. Discusses the  transfer of control technology
from industrial sector to hazardous waste management.
(EPA/530-SW-88-Q21)               03/15/85
                    Technical Guidance for Corrective
                    Measures: Subsurface Gas

                    Provides technical guidance in  assessing the need for cor-
                    rective action,  reviewing  permit applications, and  writing
                    permits for hazardous waste facilities. Provides framework
                    to states, EPA,  and facility owners and operators to identify
                    whether subsurface gas is migrating beyond facility bound-
                    ary or into on-site structures at concentrations threatening to
                    human health and the environment.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-023)               03/28/85
                    , Order Number, PB88-185 285 ~
Order Form: A/T/S
                    Technical Implementation Document for
                    EPA's Boiler andl Industrial Furnace
                    Regulations

                    Provides permit writers and owners and operators with tech-
                    nical guidance for following BIF rule requirements.  Ad-
                    dresses certain precornpliance and compliance certification
                    activities, permitting, continued compliance with operating
                    requirements, and associated planning and testing required
                    for compliance with rules.
                    (EPA-530-R-92-011)                 03/01/92

                     Order Number: PB&-1&4947      ' Order Form: NTtS


                    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 minimize adverse ef-
                    fects to the environment. Provides an overview of the vari-
                    ous 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 embank-
                    ment  and  stability and addresses water management in
                    tailings impoundments. Proffers a case study on a lined tail-
                    ings impoundment.  Includes an  appendix with comments
                    received on the draft document with EPA responses.
                    (EPA/530-R-94-038)  ;              08/15/94
                     Order Number;  PB9>^2Q1845
Order Form NTfS
 ' Order Number:, PB88-W5 269
Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.

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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 project
 conducted on wastes associated with exploration, develop-
 ment, and projection of crude oil and natural gas. Summary
 of analytical data is presented.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-005)              01/31/87
  Order Number PB87-165403
Order Form: NTtS
 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 associ-
 ated with exploration, development, and projection of crude
 oil and natural gas.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-005D)              01/31/87
 Order Number; PB87-18S448       Order Form: NTtS
 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 associ-
 ated with exploration, development, and projection of crude
 oil and natural gas.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-005A)              01/31/87
 Border Number: PB87-165411
Order Form:  NTIS
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 conducted on
wastes associated with exploration, development, and  pro-
jection of crude oil and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005B)             01/31/87
; Order Number PB87-165429
Order Form: NTIS
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 associ-
ated with exploration, development, and projection of crude
oil and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005C)             01/31/87
 Order Number: PB87-165437      Order Form: NTIS
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 con-
ducted on wastes associated with exploration, development,
and projection of crude oil and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005E)             01/31/87
 Order^Number: PB87-165452      Order Form: NTIS

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 sam-
pling and analysis project conducted on wastes associated
with exploration, development, and projection of crude oil
and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005F)             01/31/87
 Order Number: PB&7-165 460
                                                                                 Order Form: JV77S
                   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/quality con-
                   trol plan for the technical report on the field sampling and
                   analysis project conducted on wastes associated with explora-
                   tion, development, and projection of crude oil and natural gas.
                   (EPA/530-SW-87-005G)             01/31/87
                                                   Order Number: PB87-W5478
                                                  Order Form: NT($
                For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and forms.
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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 cyanda-
tion operations.  Discusses cyanide detoxification or treat-
ment in terms of chemistry, duration, removal efficiencies,
and advantages  and limitations.  Describes treatment tech-
niques and typical  closure  and reclamation activities for
heaps  and tailings impoundments.  Includes federal and
state requirements that apply to cyanide operations and se-
lected  case studies.  Presents treatment options without
evaluating their efficiency.
(EPA/530-R-94-037)                 09/15/94
 Order Number: PB94-201837
Order Form: NTIS
Technical Resource Document:  Design,
Construction, and Operation of Hazardous
and Non-Hazardous Waste Surface
Impoundments

Summarizes operation and closure of hazardous waste and
non-hazardous waste surface impoundments. Regulations
summarized, and  postclosure activities  discussed.  Docu-
ment reflects the fact that most available  information, ongo-
ing research,  and pertinent  regulations  deal with surface
impoundments that used to contain hazardous waste. Much
technical information should, however,  be applicable,  to
non-hazardous waste impoundments.
(EPA/530-SW-91-054)               06/15/91

 'Order Number; PB91-204354     ' Order Form:  NTIS


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 geology
of lead-zinc ores and the economics of  the industry.  Re-
views lead-zinc extraction  and beneficiation methods and
discusses potential environmental effects of lead-zinc min-
ing. Describes current regulatory programs implemented
by EPA, federal land  management agencies, and selected
states.  Appendices include  specific  flotation activities em-
ployed for polymetallic ores and associated process flow
sheets, National Priority List (NPL) site summaries related to
lead and zinc extraction and  beneficiation, and a summary
of comments on the report with EPA responses.
(EPA/530-R-94-011)                06/15/94
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 in-
clude flow sheets of specific mine operations, National Prior-
ity List (NPL) site summaries related to gold extraction and
beneficiation,  and  comments on site visits with EPA
responses.
(EPA/530-R-94-013)  '               07/15/94
                                                       Order Number: PB94-170 30&
                                                      Order Form: NTIS
                     Technical Resource Document: Extraction
                     and Beneficiation off Ores and Minerals;
                     Volume 3: Iron

                     Profiles the domestic iron mining  industry.  Characterizes
                     the geology of iron ores and the economics of the industry.
                     Reviews iron  extraction and beneficiation  methods.   Dis-
                     cusses potential environmental effects of iron mining.  De-
                     scribes current regulatory programs that apply to the  iron
                     mining industry as implemented by EPA, federal land man-
                     agement agencies, and selected states. Appendix includes
                     comments on the report with EPA responses.
                     (EPA/530-R-94-030)   '              08/15/94
                      Order Number: PB94-195 203
                                  Order Form: ~NTtS
  Order Number:  PB94--170248
Order Form: NTIS,
                     Technical Resource Document: Extraction
                     and Beneficiatioin 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 implemented by EPA, federal
                     land management agencies, and selected states. Appendi-
                     ces include a summary of comments and EPA responses,
                     case studies of published  information on copper  mine
                     waste management practices,  National  Priority List (NPL)
                     site summaries related to copper mining, and an acronym
                     list.
                     (EPA/530-R-94-031)                08/15/94
                                                        Order Number:  PB94-200979
                                                       Order Form: NTIS
                   for ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms,
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               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Technical Resource Document: Extraction
 and Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals;
 Volume 5: Uranium

 Presents the results of EPA's research into the domestic ura-
 nium mining industry.  Briefly characterizes the geology of.
 uranium ores and the economics of the industry.  Reviews
 uranium extraction and  beneficiation methods  and  dis-
 cusses  potential environmental effects of uranium mining.
 Describes current regulatory programs  implemented  by
 EPA, federal  land management  agencies,  and  selected
 states.  Appendices include summaries of National Priority
 List (NPL) site summaries related to the  extraction and
 beneficiation of uranium, an acronym list, and the ground-
 water standards for  remedial actions  at  inactive uranium
 processing sites,
 (EPA/530-R-94-032)                 12/15/94
  Order Number: PB94-200987
 Order Form: NTIS
 Technical Resource Document: Extraction
 and Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals;
 Volume 6: Gold Placers

 Presents the results of ERA'S  research  into the domestic
 gold placer mining industry. Briefly characterizes the geol-
 ogy of gold placer deposits and the economics of the indus-
 try.   Reviews  gold placer extraction  and  beneficiation
 methods and discusses potential environmental effects of
 gold placer mining. Describes current regulatory programs
 implemented by EPA, federal land management agencies,
 and selected states. Appendix includes comments on the
 report with EPA responses.
 (EPA/530-R-94-035)                10/15/94

 Order Number:  PB94-201 811       Order Form: NTIS


 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 general facility de-
scription, the environmental setting (climate, surface water,
geology,  hydrogeology, and wildlife),  facility  operations,
waste and materials management, regulatory requirements
and compliance, and groundwater monitoring data. Appen-
dix includes comments on the report and EPA responses.
(EPA/530-R-94-034)                 11/15/94
                     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 opera-
                     tors information for submitting technology-based and risk-
                     based variances from EPA requirements  for secondary
                     containment with release monitoring for systems. Volume 1
                     treats technology-based variances that can be granted if
                     tank system owners and operators demonstrate that a  re-
                     lease can be contained, detected, and removed by using
                     new technology or alternative operating procedures before
                     the release leaves area under owner control.
                     (EPA/530-SW-87-002A)              02/15/87

                      Order Number: PB87-1S8665/AS    Order Fomi: NTtS
                     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 opera-
                     tors information for submitting technology-based and risk-
                     based  variances  from  EPA requirements for secondary
                     containment with release monitoring for tank systems. Vol-
                     ume 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.
                     (EPA/530-SW-87-002B)              02/15/87

                     Order Number: PB87-1S8663/AS   Order Form: NTtS
                    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 application (40
                    CFR 270) to demonstrate compliance with general applicable
                    permitting standards, as well tank-specific permitting stand-
                    ards. Provides information on procedures for inspection, unfit-
                    for-use  tank  system  corrective  action, and  closure  and
                    postclosure care. Gives introductory and background informa-
                    tion on overall background regulations and permitting process.
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-044)               08/22/86

                     Order Number: P&87-W4 391/AS    Order Form;,  NTI8
 Order Number: PB94-201 001
Order Form: NTIS
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Technical Resource Document:
Solidification/Stabilization and Its
Application to Waste Materials

Serves as a technical resource forthe solidification/stabiliza-
tion (S/S) user community.  Lists RGRA wastes for which
S/S is identified as the best available treatment technology.
Emphasizes technology transfer and promotes the best pos-
sible future uses of S/S  processes.  Addresses when S/S
processes are the  best preferred technology, evaluation of
alternative S/S processes, correct and incorrect ways of us-
ing S/S processes, and designing the correct process.  Dis-
cusses S/S technology screening procedures, S/S process
performance tests, status  of S/S technology, technology
shortcomings and  limitations, and current research and fu-
ture development needs. Appendices include S/S technol-
ogy screening worksheets, a draft report of sampling and
analytical procedures, and a glossary.
(EPA/530-R-93-012)                 06/15/93
 'Order Number: PB93-237S35
                  Order form' NTIS
Technical Studies Supporting the Mining
Waste Regulatory Determination

Presents description of study procedure and techniques for
Extraction Procedure (EP) - Toxicity Test to evaluate RCRA
hazardous characteristics of mining and smelting wastes,
particularly lead and cadmium. Two principal tasks are de-
scribed. The first assesses the validity of arsenic, lead, cad-
mium, barium,  silver,  and chromium concentrations  in
EP-Toxicity leachates. The second task compares the ex-
traction efficiency of four leachate techniques. Presents con-
clusions and recommendations of researchers.
(EPA/530-SW-86-026)               06/30/86

'"Ort&rNumber: PB86-219417/AS    OrdterForm-. NTIS
 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 (TCP) administered by gavage in olive oil
 to  timed-pregnant rats. Results suggest embryo or fetal
 growth and prenatal viability were not adversely affect by
 TCP exposure, nor was there any definitive evidence of ef-
 fect of TCP upon fetal morphological development.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-017A)             08/21/87
PB88-176 151
                                  Order Form: NTIS
                                      Teratologic Evaluation of
                                      2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Administered to
                                      CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through
                                      15; Final Report1,! Appendices MX

                                      Presents results of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol (TCP) adminis-
                                      tered by gavage in olive oil to timed-pregnant CD rats (doses
                                      - 0, 25, 100, or 200 mg/kg/day) to assess possible tera-
                                      tologic effects  of substance. Embryo or fetal growth and
                                      prenatal viability were not adversely affected by TCP expo-
                                      sure, nor was there any  definitive evidence of TCP effects
                                      upon   fetal  morphological  development.  Appendices  I
                                      through IX contain data about specific aspects of the study.
                                      (EPA/530-SW-88-017B)              08/21/87
                                        Order Number: PB88-176169
                                 Order Form: NTIS
Test Method 8200:  Procedures for the
Detection and Measurement of PCDDs
and PCDFs          	

Provides  procedures for  the  detection  and quantitative
measurement of PCDDs and PCDFs in a variety of environ-
mental matrices at part-per-trillion to part-per-quadrillion
concentrations.  Lists compounds that can be determined by
method.
                                 01/15/91

- Ortfer Numb/err &A/S3&SW-91-O19, 'Order Form; OjBW
                                       Test Method 9096:  Liquid Release Test
                                       (LRT) Procedure

                                       Provides information designed to determine whether or not
                                       liquids will be released from  sorbents when subjected to
                                       overburden pressures in landfill.
                                                                         11/15/90

                                        Order Number:  EPW530-SW-Q1-Q78  Order Form: O$W
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. Explains RCRA regulations requiring test method
equivalency petition. Discusses EPA petition review process
and describes the basic statistical procedures for evaluating
test method equivalency. Describes how a petition is pre-
pared, with  a sample format.  Includes example of test
method petition.
(EPA/530-SW-87-008)               02/15/87
                                                       Order Number: PB87-17B 349.
                                                                         Order Form: NTIS
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
 Physical/Chemical Methods; Third Edition;
 Volumes IA, IB, 1C, and II

 Provides test procedures which may be used to evaluate
 properties of solid waste which determine whether waste is
 hazardous within the definition of Section 3001, RCRA. En-
 compasses 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 current Second Edition by its incorporation by
 reference (along with its first update) into the Code of Fed-
 eral Regulations. Government Printing Office provides basic
 volumes and updates on a subscription basis.
 (EPA/SW-846)                    11/15/86
 i Order Number: 955-001-00000-1

  Order Number; PB88-239223
 Order Form;  GPO „

 Order Form:  NTIS
 Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
 Physical/Chemical Methods; Third Edition:
 Final Update I

 Updates test procedures and guidance recommended for
 conducting evaluations and measurements needed to com-
 ply with Subtitle C of RCRA. Details methods approved by
 EPA for obtaining data to satisfy requirements. Replaces the
 current Second Edition by its incorporation  by reference
 (along  with the basic volumes) into the Code of Federal
 Regulations,
 (EPA/SW-846.3-1)                  11/15/92
 Order Number: 955401-00000-1

 Order Number: PB94-170313
Order Form: GPO

Order Form: NTIS
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical Methods; SW-846;
Third Edition; Final Updates II and IIA

Updates test procedures and guidance recommended for
conducting evaluations and measurements needed to com-
ply with Subtitle C of RCRA. Revises several methods in the
Third  Edition of SW-846, used in complying with the re-
quirements of Subtitle C of  RCRA. Recommends several
new methods that allow more flexibility of method selection.
Provides methods for additional analytes.
(EPA/SW-846.3-2)                  01/15/95
 Order Number: 955-001-00000-1

 Order Number: PB95-187225
Order Form: QPO

Order Form: NTIS
  Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
  Physical/Chemical Methods; SW-846;
  Third Edition; Final Update IIB

  Incorporates Methods 9040B and 9045C. Clarifies regula-
  tory requirements regarding the temperature for pH meas-
  urements  of  highly alkaline  wastes during  corrosivity
  characteristic testing.
  (EPA/SW-846.3-2B)                 01/15/95

  Orde/Number;  955-001-00000-1

  „ Grater Number;  PB98-23448Q
                                                    ,, Order Form;

                                                     Order Form: NTIS
 Third Report to Congress: Resource
 Recovery and Source Reduction

 Reports on the recovery of resources from waste and the re-
 duction of waste generation. Examines policy issues,  re-
 views technological  progress, summarizes city  and  state
 activities,  and reviews  EPA studies  and investigations for
 197*1. Chapter-by-chapter summaries of report given.
. (EPA/SW-448)                     01/15/75

  Order Number: PB88-174 677       Order Form; NTIS'


 Tissue Mills Which  Use Postconsumer
 Recovered Paper

 Lists tissue mills  that use postconsumer recovered paper.
 Arranged  alphabetically by corporate name, listings com-
 prise main address, name of person to contact for additional
 information, description of the mill/company, and list of recy-
 cled content brands including brand name, grade, and total
 and postconsumer recovered paper content. Includes list of
 definitions. Listings are based on information provided by
 the manufacturer and do not represent  an endorsement by
 EPA.
                                 06/15/95

 - Order Number: gPA/53Q&95
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                                                               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
  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 identified characteristic which, if exhibited by a
  waste, would indicate a hazardous waste, Extraction Proce-
  dure (EP) Toxicity Characteristic (EPTC). Major drawback of
  EP is that it is optimized for evaluating the leaching of ele-
  mental versus organic contaminants. Detailed information
  on the development of second-generation leaching proce-
  dure, Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP).
                                  03/10/86

 ^Orifier Number:  P&BJ-154 886/AS  ' ' Order term MTiS


 Toxicity Characteristic Regulatory Impact
 Analysis

 Examines costs and benefits of expanded Toxicity Charac-
 teristic (TC) used to identify hazardous wastes regulated un-
 der Subtitle C,  RCRA.  Document fulfills requirements of
 Executive Order 12291, requiring EPA to prepare RIAs for all
 major rulemakings.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-088)               03/15/90

 , Order Number; PB91-101 873 *      Ortier Form: NTtS


 Tracking Medical Wastes  (Brochure)

 Covers EPA's demonstration program. Waste includes cul-
 tures and stocks of infectious agents, pathological wastes,
 human blood and blood products, sharp implements, con-
 taminated animals waste, and isolation waste from patients
 with highly communicable diseases. Covers pre-transporting
 requirements.
                                  05/15/89
 Treatment Technology Background
 Document; Second Third; Final

 Includes descriptions of 23 treatment technologies, includ-
 ing information relevant to  the use and understanding of
 background documents for each group of listed hazardous
 wastes, subject to RCRA Land Ban restrictions. Descriptions
 represent the revisions to  previously published versions.
 New descriptions may be added as appropriate to describe
 technologies being considered for Best Demonstrated Avail-
 able Technology selection for Third Third waste.
 (EPA/530-SW-89-048A)              06/15/89

 tkfer Number;,  PB8B-22 1 '410      , drcfer Form; ATO


 Treatment Technology Background
 Document; Third Third; Final

 Discusses treatment technologies applicable to wastes sub-
 ject to  Land  Disposal Restrictions (LDR) mandated by Con-
 gress  as  part  of   1984  Hazardous and  Solid  Waste
 Amendments (HSWA) to RCRA. Discusses either the sub-
 stantially diminished  toxicity  of  hazardous  constituents
 and/or the reduced likelihood of migration of such constitu-
 ents from waste.
 (EPA/530-SW-90-059Z)             01/15/91
Trial Burn Observation Guide

Assists regional and state regulatory staff in observing trial
burns at hazardous waste incinerators.  Provides  back-
ground information about tests and identifies other docu-
ments and personnel that can provide additional assistance
or information. Describes how to prepare for observing tests
and how to conduct on-site activities during tests. Several
checklists and data forms included.
(EPA/530-SW-89-027)               03/15/89
Transportation Products Containing
Recovered Materials

Lists manufacturers and suppliers of transportation prod-
ucts (traffic barricades and traffic cones) 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.
                                 06/15/95

              &A/W&B&5QQ6 ,   QrdetFocm: OSW-
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Understanding the Small Quantity
Generator Hazardous Waste Rules: A
Handbook for Small Business	

Describes new requirements and provides step-by-step in-
structions to help generators of small quantities of hazard-
ous wastes avoid noncompliance. Tells how to obtain an
EPA identification number, use Uniform Hazardous Waste
Manifest system, select EPA  identified hazardous waste
shippers, obtain hazardous waste storage  permits, and en-
sure that hazardous waste is managed at a  facility with in-
terim status or a permit under RCRA. Update information
also available by ordering EPA/530-SW-89-045. (Revised
edition will be available in fall 1995.)
                                09/15/86

J0nter Number EPA/530-SW-86419 Order Form: OSW
 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 system
 works, the benefits of unit pricing, and its implementation.
 Bibliography includes related EPA publications.
                                 02/15/91

 fercter Number; EPA/53OSW-91-005  Order Form: OSW
 Universe of Hazardous Waste Combustion
 Facilities (as of November 1, 1994)	

 Presents ERA'S current statistics on the permitting status of
 incinerators and boilers and industrial furnaces.
                                 11/15/94

  Onrfar Number. EPA/53OF-94-Q3Q   Order Form: OSW
 Update on Implementation of the
 Hazardous Waste Minimization and
 Combustion Strategy	

 Details the status of individual projects implementing the
 goals and commitments of the Draft Strategy in chart form.
 Identifies future objectives.
                                  11/15/94

 Bonier Number: EPA/530f-94-037    Order Form: OSW
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 DOT and EPA
regulations when hazardous wastes are transported (Haz-
ardous Materials Transportation Regulation - HMTR). Man-
ual does not  address sections  of  HMTR dealing  with
transportation by pipeline. EPA regulations under sections
265. 1  and 260.10 do not apply.
(EPA/SW-935)                     11/01/81

 Order Number: PB82-182361      Order Form: NTIS


U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Mine Waste Policy Dialogue Committee
Meeting Summaries and Supporting
Material	
Contains the transmittal memorandum and charter estab-
lishing the EPA's Mine Waste Policy Dialogue Committee,
the list of participants, summaries of the meetings, the EPA
memorandum concerning procedural  approaches to de-
velop a template and conduct states reviews, and the Policy
Dialogue Committee White Paper. Defines mining waste  is-
sues and identifies differing positions on the issues.
(EPA/530-R-94-043)                03/15/94
                                                     Order Number: PB95-122529
                                 Order Form: NTIS
 Use of the Water Balance Method for
 Predicting Leachate Generation from Solid
 Waste Disposal Sites	

 Analyzes factors effecting percolation and its relationship to
 leachate generation. Discusses methodology to estimate
 leachate generation based on water balance method com-
 monly used in soil and water conservation fields.
 (EPA/SW-168)                    10/15/75
  Order Number: PB87-194643
Order Form; NTIS
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Used Dry Cell Batteries: Is a Collection
 Program Right for Your Community?

 Helps communities determine whether establishing a pro-
 gram to collect used dry cell batteries is right for them. Re-
 views  ten 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.
                                   12/15/92

                                  ' Order Form:  OSW
Order Number: ฃPA/53&K~92~Q06
 Used Oil Recycling (Winter 1988)

 Includes EPA's new initiative to promote used oil recycling.
 Other articles included are Project Rose promotes energy
 conservation, state contacts on used  oil  recycling,  and
 Montgomery County, Maryland finds a solution.
                                  03/15/88

 Order Number; EPA/S3&$W*88JI47 Order Form; OSW


 Used Oil Recycling (Fall  1988)

 Includes articles on curbside collection, county coordinators
 meeting in North Carolina,  oil-saver packaging to increase
 recycling, educating drivers,  and Washington state's used oil
 recycling program.
                                  11/15/88

 Order Number: EP/y$3(>SW-89-006  Order Form: OSW


 Used Oil Recycling (Fall  199O)

 Offers EPA how-to manual and informational brochures on
 used oil  recycling.  Other articles  describe  how  oil over-
 charge  aids  Florida  recycling,  Florida  boosts  recycling
through incentives, and the partners involved in recycling in
 Georgia's Project PETRO.
                                  10/15/90

 Order Number; ฃPA/5303W-90~Q68~'~ Order Form: OSW


Used Oil Recycling (Fall 1991)

Revisits EPA used oil management standards and listing in
newsletter story. Focus on corporate America includes Mo-
bil Corporation  recycling forces and Amoco Oil striving for
oil recovery. Other stories include state contacts on used oil
recycling, and how EPA promotes used oil recycling.
                                  10/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/530-SW-9W71  Order Form: OSW
                                                      Used Oil Recycling (Summer 1992)

                                                      Discusses the EPA determination not to list used oil as haz-
                                                      ardous waste. Also describes Maryland's used oil collection
                                                      program, a new used oil re-refining plant, and the American
                                                      Petroleum Institute's collection initiative.
                                                                        :               07/15/92

                                                      Order Number: EPA/'58Q-N-92-QQ2   Order Form: OSW
 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 volume de-
 signed to assist managers and analysts in  carrying  out
 analysis of options available in jurisdiction, and to alert man-
 agers of issues, interdependencies, options,  suggestions,
 and solutions.
                                  06/15/90

 OrderNumber: EPA/530-SW-9Q-084A Order Form: OSW


Variable Rates in Solid Waste: Handbook
for Solid Waste Officials; Volume II:
Detailed Manual

Assists solid waste officials in analyzing  solid waste system
changes. Emphasis on factors related to  changes to fee sys-
tem. Includes six major parts with tables of contents.
(EPA/530-SW-90-084B)             06/15/90
                                                      Order Number:  PB9Q-272063
                                  Order Form: NTIS
                                                     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 company name,
                                                     address,  contact name, phone number, and fax number.
                                                     Listings are based on information provided by the manufac-
                                                     turer and do not represent an endorsement by EPA.
                                                                                      06/15/95

                                                      Order Number: EPA/S30-&-9S-OQS   Order Form:  OSW
                 For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 writ-
ers, and enforcement officials in establishing the criteria to
properly evaluate and  prepare RCRA waste analysis plans
(WAPs). Contains guidance on determining individual waste
analysis responsibilities and how to meet these responsibili-
ties.   Includes facility-specific procedures for conducting
waste analysis and developing a WAR 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
WAPs. Appendices include hazardous waste identification,
regulatory summary, waste  analysis data  flow responsibili-
ties, regulatory citations for conducting waste analysis, over-
view of major hazardous waste management units, glossary
of terms, and references.
(EPA/530-R-94-024)                 04/15/94
 Order Number: PB94-963603
Order Form: NTIS
 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 com-
 bustion devices.  Describes three alternatives for demon-
 strating compliance: batch analysis, qualification of a feed
 stream, and statistical analysis. Discusses regulatory require-
 ments; waste analysis plans; sampling and analysis strate-
 gies;  incomplete  data,   outliers,   and  detection  limits;
 management of residues; and  documentation to demon-
 strate compliance. Appendix contains table of K factors for
 calculation of tolerance limits.
                                  10/15/94

  Order Number: EPA/530-R-94-019   Order Form:  OSW
 Waste Management Area (WMA) and
 Supplemental Well (SPW) Guidance; Final

 Provides guidance to RCRA permit writers and other inter-
 ested parties regarding the implementation of waste man-
 agement  area  (WMA)  and  supplemental  well  (SPW)
 approaches according  to amendments  proposed  to the
 Subpart F rule on July 26, 1988. Contains proposed modifi-
 cations to the model permit language to  be used in imple-
 menting the WMA and SPW approaches. Compares and
 contrasts the objectives and uses of WMAs and Corrective
 Action Management Units (CAMUs).
 (EPA/530-R-93-022)                 06/15/93

  Order Number: PB94-107695       Order Form: NTIS
                    Waste Minimization: Environmental
                    Quality with Economic Benefits

                    Focuses on EPA's waste minimization program under 1984
                    RCRA amendments. Describes general waste minimization
                    practices and lists federal and state offices that can assist
                    generators in initiating or expanding programs.
                                                     04/15/90

                     "Order lumber. EP/V&ฎ3W4W)44, Order Form: OSW
                    Waste Minimization; Executive Summary

                    Recommends that generators should determine which
                    waste minimization techniques are economically practicable
                    and that EPA not specify requirements for waste minimiza-
                    tion. EPA does plan to expand efforts in proposed three-
                    point waste  minimization   strategy.  Strategy  includes
                    information gathering, core waste minimization program,
                    and longer term options.
                                                      10/15/86
                     'OrderNumber; EPA/530^W-8&O4lAOrclerForm; OSW


                    Waste Minimization in Metals Parts
                    Cleaning

                    Offers significant and often cost-effective opportunities to
                    reduce emissions and discharges of toxic pollutants. Gen-
                    eral strategy for minimizing waste is presented. Gives op-
                    tions  insolvent  cleaning,  aqueous-based  cleaning,  and
                    abrasive cleaning applications. Includes bibliography.
                                                      08/15/89

                      OrderNumb&r; EP/^53(>SW-89-04^ Order Form; OSW


                    Waste Prevention: It Makes Good
                    Business Sense (Brochure)	

                     Describes how minimizing waste maximizes profits. Defines
                    waste prevention and lists its benefits.   Lists some ap-
                     proaches to waste prevention. Includes an order form for
                     additional information.
                                                      09/15/93

                      Order Number: EPA/530-F-93-008   Order, Form: OSW
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section S, Ordering Information and Forms.
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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 com-
pany, and a variety of other businesses. Organized accord-
ing to  basic  waste  prevention  strategies:    using  or
manufacturing minimal or reusable packaging; using and
maintaining durable equipment and supplies; reusing prod-
ucts and supplies; reducing the use of hazardous compo-
nents;  using supplies  and  materials more  efficiently;
composting yard trimmings on site; exchanging, selling, or
giving away unneeded goods or materials; and eliminating
unnecessary items.  Outlines the benefits of waste preven-
tion for businesses:  economic advantages, enhanced cor-
porate image, improved employee morale, and compliance
with local or state solid waste requirements.
                                  09/15/93
Waste Prevention, Recycling, and
Composting Options: Lessons from 3O
Communities

Analyzes the actual operating experience of 30 diverse com-
munities—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 generation and recov-
ery levels.  Discusses waste prevention strategies and com-
prehensive   source-separation   composting  programs.
Addresses improving  residential, commercial and institu-
tional recovery levels and targeting construction and demoli-
tion debris for recovery. Analyzes the costs of recycling and
composting.   Appendices  include  data definitions  and
methodology, community contacts, waste generation calcu-
lations, procurement, and Guelph, Ontario's wet/dry collec-
tion system.
                                  02/15/94
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WasteWi$e: EPA's Voluntary Program for
Reducing Business Solid Waste

Describes EPA's WasteWi$e Program and the benefits of re-
ducing solid waste and of joining the WasteWi$e Program.
Provides sample activities of WasteWi$e members in waste
prevention,  recycling collection, and buying  or manufactur-
ing recycled products.  Presents the basic steps in setting
up and achieving WasteWi$e goals and explains technical
assistance that EPA offers; to participating companies. Of-
fers examples of waste reduction successes. Includes fre-
quently asked questions and answers about the WasteWi$e
Program and a registration form.
                                  10/15/93

                                  OrderForm: OSW
WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Buying or
Manufacturing Recycled Products

Defines "buying recycled" and recycled content terms.  Dis-
cusses 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 available with
recycled content.  Treats cost and quality of recycled prod-
ucts and  recovered raw materials.  Cites sources of addi-
tional information.
                                  01/15/94

              ฃF>A/'53Q-F~Q4~QG$   Orfar Form;  OSW
                        '
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 select-
ing and  implementing  waste  reduction  actions.   Lists
sources of additional information.
                                  01/15/94

                                  Order Form', OSW
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Recycling
Collection

Defines recycling and the benefits of collecting recyclables.
Addresses how recycling fits into EPA's  WasteWi$e Pro-
gram, Lists materials that can be recycled. Discusses how
to get started, locating buyers for recycled materials, setting
up a good collection program, educating employees, and
monitoring and evaluating the collection program.  Lists ad-
ditional sources of information.
                                  01/15/94

                                  Order Form: OSW
Order Number: EPA/53&F-94-004
WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Waste Prevention

Defines waste prevention and its benefits. Addresses how
waste prevention fits into EPA's WasteWi$e Program. Pro-
vides some examples of waste prevention. Offers examples
of waste prevention opportunities available to most compa-
nies. Lists additional sources of information.
                                  01/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530-F-94-003    Order Form: OSW
WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: WasteWi$e
Program Road Map

Describes EPA's WasteWi$e Program. Explains how to par-
ticipate in the WasteWi$e Program and the assistance of-
fered by ERA to participants.
                                  01/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530-F-94-002    Order Form: OSW
WasteWi$e Update (Issue #1)

Features waste reduction experiences and thoughts from
WasteWi$e member companies.  Discusses waste preven-
tion goals. Includes a form for the WasteWi$e "Peer Ex-
change" program.
                                  12/15/94

 Order Number: EPA/530-N-94-006   Order Form: OSW
WasteWi$e Update (Issue #2)

Features waste reduction activities of the business commu-
nity.  This issue focuses on packaging reductions. Provides
case studies, a sampling of WasteWi$e packaging goals,
and efforts to reduce packaging at every step of the manu-
facturing process, from raw materials delivery to the trans-
portation of products to customers.   Includes a list  of
organizations providing resources.
                                  05/15/95

 Order Number: EPA/53&N-98-Q04    Order Form: OSW


Water Quality in Open Pit Precious Metal
Mines

Documents the current level of understanding of issues con-
cerning pit water quality and determines where additional
research is  needed.  Discusses factors contributing to pit
water quality:  groundwater 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 production, and mitigation of
acid mine drainage), trace elements, arsenic speciation, eva-
poconcentration, and hydrothermal activity.  Examines exist-
ing 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.
                                                      (EPA/530-R-95-011)

                                                       Order Number: PB95-191243
                                  12/15/94

                                  Order Form: NTIS
                                                     Why Waste a Fleet? Just Use a Sheet
                                                     (Poster)

                                                     Poster encouraging responsible photocopying—two-sided
                                                     photocopying and only the number of copies needed.
                                                                                       04/15/94

                                                       Order Number: EPA/530-H-94-001   Order Form: OSW
                                                     Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight
                                                     Programs

                                                     Focuses on composting yard waste which has potential as a
                                                     MSW management option in the United States. Highlights
                                                     eight programs, with program locations noted on map.
                                                     (EPA/530-SW-89-038)               04/15/89
                                                       Order Number: PB9Q-163114
                                                                                       Order Form: NTIS
                  For ordering instructions, go to Section 5, Ordering Information and Forms.

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 ACETALDEHYDE PRODUCTION WASTES

 • Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground 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)  Back-
  ground Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT  Back-
  ground 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 Produc-
  tion 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) Back-
  ground Document for K011, K013, and K014 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K011, K013, and K014; Addendum
  for Acrylonitrile Wastes (Final)
• 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:  Acryloni-
   triles; K015:  Still Bottoms from Benzal Chloride; K046:
   Wastewater Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, For-
   mulating,  and Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Com-
   pounds; K061:  Electric Arc  Furnace Dust;  and  K069:
   Emission  Control  Dust/Sludge from Secondary  Lead
   Smelting


 AIR EMISSIONS

 •  Combustion Emissions  Technical Resource  Document
   (CETRED); Draft
 •  Discussion Document for Roundtable Session on Techni-
   cal Combustion Standards
 •  Emissions  Testing of a Precalciner Cement Kiln at Louis-
   ville, Nebraska
 •  Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement Kiln at Hannibal, Mis-
   souri; Draft Final Report
 •  Environmental Fact  Sheet: Regulatory Determination Is-
   sued for Cement Kiln Dust
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet: Tighter Controls Proposed for
   Hazardous Waste Incinerators
 •  Evaluation  Guidelines for Toxic Air Emissions from Land
   Disposal Facilities
 •  Exposure Assessment Guidance  for RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Combustion  Facilities; Draft
 •  Fact Sheet:  Final Air Emissions Standards Under the Re-
  source Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) for Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities:
  Tanks, Surface Impoundments,  and Containers
 • 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 Monitor-
  ing; Land Disposal Toxic  Air Emissions Evaluation Guide-
  line

• Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering Phase;
  Final Report
  To order a document, you need a document ordering number. Go to Section 1, Abstracts, for this information.
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               Alphabetical Listing of Subjects
• Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart O);
  Standards Applicable  to Owners and Operators of Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
  Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Measurements of Particulates, Metals, and Organics at a
  Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry Scrubber and Bag-
  house Equipped Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Methods Manual for  Compliance with the BIF Regula-
  tions: 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 Gombustors
• 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 HCI Emissions; John Zink Com-
  pany Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft Test Report
 • RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
 • Regulation of Fuel Blending and Related Treatment and
  Storage Activities Memo
 • Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust
 • Status of Rulemaking on Emissions Standards and Con-
   trols
 • Technical Evaluation of the Combustion System of the Ma-
   rine 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
 (ACL)	
 • Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;  Part I: ACL Pol-
   icy and  Information Requirements;  Part II: Based on
   264,94(B) Criteria; Case Studies


  ALUMINUM         	

  see MARKETS-ALUMINUM
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-ALUMINUM


ANILINE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Pro-
  duction of Aniline, K083  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K103 and K104 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-M:  BOAT Related  Comments; K017:  Wastes
  from the  Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095,  and K096:  Production of 1,1,1 -Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters  Containing   BOAT  Constituents;  K022:
  Wastes  from the  Production  of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Nitrobenzene;
  K035:  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the Produc-
  tion of Creosote; K026:  Stripping Still Tails from the Pro-
  duction  of Methyl  Ethyl Pyridine;  K083:   Distillation
  Bottoms from the Production of Aniline Oxygenated Hy-
  drocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P Wastes; F024: Pro-
  duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons


 ARSENIC WASTES	

 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K03i,  K084,  K101, K102, Charac-
  teristic  Arsenic Wastes (D004), Characteristic Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for K101 and K102 Low Arsenic Sub-
   category (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground  Document for  Universal  Standards;  Volume A:
   Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
   Hazardous Wastes (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground  Document for Universal Standards; Volume B:
   Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed  Haz-
   ardous Wastes (Final)
 • Combustion  of Hazardous Wastes Containing Arsenic,
   Lead, and Mercury
 • Pilot-Scale ESP  and  Hydro-Sonic  Scrubber Parametric
   Tests for Particulate,   Metals, and  HCI 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-E:  BOAT Related  Comments; D004:  Charac-
   teristic Wastes for Arsenic and K,  P, and U Wastes Con-
   taining  Arsenic; and  D010: Characteristic  Wastes for
   Selenium
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• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments


ASBESTOS
• Asbestos Waste  Management
  Transport, Disposal


ASH
Guidance:  Generation,
• Characterization of  Municipal Waste Combustion  Ash,
  Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of  MWC  Ashes and  Leachates  from
  MSW  Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites (Com-
  plete Set)
• Emissions Testing of a Precalciner Cement Kiln at Louis-
  ville, Nebraska
• Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement Kiln at Hannibal, Mis-
  souri; Draft Final Report
• 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 Guideline for Purchasing
  Cement and Concrete Containing Fly Ash
• Environmental Fact  Sheet:  Large-Volume Wastes  from
  Coal-Fired Electric Utilities Exempt as Hazardous Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel Convention
  Aim to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk, and Promote Re-
  cycling
• Environmental Fact  Sheet:  Report  Analyzes Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Implementation Strategy of U.S. Supreme Court Decision
  in City of Chicago v, EOF for Municipal Waste Combus-
  tion Ash; Memorandum
• Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and Leachate Charac-
  terization; Monofill  Baseline  Year; Woodburn Monofill;
  Woodburn, Oregon
• Reusable News (Fall  1992)
• Reusable News (Summer 1994)
• Revised  Implementation Strategy for  City of Chicago v.
  EOF Municipal Waste Combustion Ash Supreme Court
  Decision; Memorandum
• Sampling and Analysis of  Municipal  Refuse  Incinerator
  Ash; Draft
BARIUM WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Barium Wastes D005 and P013 (Fi-
  nal)
• Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology .(BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Universal Standards; Volume A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Universal Standards; Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-F:  BOAT Related  Comments; D005: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Barium and P013; and D006: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Cadmium
                        BATTERIES

                        see MARKETS-BATTERIES
                        see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-BATTERIES


                        BENZYL CHLORIDE WASTES

                        • Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                          ground Document for K015 (Final)
                        • Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                          ground Document for K015; Addendum (Final)
                        • Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                          ground Documents  for  Wastes  for Which  Wastewater
                          Treatment Standards Were Determined Based on Con-
                          centrations in  Incinerator Scrubber Water:  K015,  K016,
                          K018, K019, K020, K023,  K024, K028, K030, K048,  K049,
                          K050, K051, K052, K.OS7, K093, K094, U028, U069, U088,
                          U102, U107, and U190 (Final Amendments)
                        • 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:  Acryloni-
                          triles; K015:  Still  Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:
                          Wastewater Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, For-
                          mulating,  and  Loading  of Lead-Based  Initiating  Com-
                          pounds; K061:   Electric Arc  Furnace  Dust; and K069:
                          Emission  Control Dust/Sludge from Secondary  Lead
                          Smelting


                        BEVILL AMENDMENT

                        see CEMENT KILN DUST
                        see MINING WASTES
                                            I

                        BUILDING INSULATION

                        see PROCUREMENT-BUILDING INSULATION
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BURNING [HAZARDOUS WASTE]

see also COMBUSTION [NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE]
• Background Information Document for the Development
  of  Regulations to Control  the Burning  of Hazardous
  Wastes in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces (Complete Set)
• CMA/ERA BIF Workshop; Edited Transcript
• Combustion  Emissions  Technical  Resource Document
  (CETRED); Draft
• Combustion of Hazardous  Wastes Containing Arsenic,
  Lead, and Mercury
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial Fur-
  naces (as of November 1,1994)
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial Fur-
  naces; Cement Kilns Only (as of November 1, 1994)
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Incinerators (as of Novem-
  ber 1,1994)
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
• Discussion Document for Roundtable Session on Techni-
  cal Combustion Standards
• Discussion Document for Roundtable Session on Waste
  Minimization
• Draft Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combustion
  Strategy: Announcement and Review of Past Activities
• Draft RCRA Hazardous Waste Minimization National Plan
• Draft Strategy for Combustion of Hazardous Waste
• Draft Strategy on Combustion  and Waste Minimization:
  Project Plans
• Emissions Testing of a Precalciner Cement Kiln at  Louis-
  ville, Nebraska
• Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement Kiln at Hannibal, Mis-
  souri; Draft Final Report
• Engineering Handbook for Hazardous Waste Incineration
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to Requirements
  for Hazardous Waste Incinerator Permits
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Amendment to the Regula-
  tions for Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers and Indus-
  trial Furnaces
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Coke  Listing  Determination
  Made Final
• Environmental Fact  Sheet:  Coke Ovens Temporarily Ex-
  empted from BIF Rule Provisions
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Announces Strategy for
  Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combustion
• 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 Releases RCRA Hazard-
ous Waste Minimization National Plan
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Seeks Public Involvement
in Implementing Draft Strategy on Hazardous Waste Mini-
mization and Combustion
Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste Boilers and
Industrial Furnaces Now Under Strict RCRA Regulations
Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Large-Volume Wastes from
Coal-Fired Electric Utilities Exempt as Hazardous Waste
Environmental  Fact Sheet: More Public Participation in
RCRA and  Revised  Combustion Permitting Procedures
Proposed
Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulations for Burning Haz-
ardous Waste in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces Clarified
Environmental  Fact Sheet: Regulatory Determination Is-
sued for Cement Kiln Dust
Environmental  Fact Sheet: Source  Reduction  and Com-
bustion of Hazardous Waste
Environmental Fact Sheet: Tighter Controls Proposed for
Hazardous Waste Incinerators
EPA Administrator Browner Announces  New Hazardous
Waste Reduction and Combustion Strategy
EPA Lists Public Involvement Opportunities on Adminis-
trator's Combustion Strategy (Press Advisory)
Executive Summaries  of Roundtables  on  Hazardous
Waste Minimization and Combustion
Exposure Assessment  Guidance for RCRA Hazardous
Waste Combustion Facilities; Draft
Fact Sheet: Final Air Emissions Standards Under the  Re-
source Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) for Haz-
ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities:
Tanks, Surface  Impoundments, and Containers
Guidance Manual  for Hazardous Waste Incinerator Per-
mits; Final Report
Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial Furnaces (BIFs)
Hazardous Waste  Boilers and Industrial Furnaces (as of
November 1, 1994)
Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities (Universe of Haz-
ardous Waste Combustion Facilities  as of 5/1/94)
Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting Study
Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions and Answers
Hazardous Waste Incinerators
Hazardous Waste Incinerators (as of  November 1, 1994)
Hazardous Waste Minimization National Plan
Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering Phase;
Final Report
Implementation Strategy of U.S. Supreme Court Decision
in  City of Chicago v. EOF for Municipal Waste Combus-
tion Ash; Memorandum
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• Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart O);
  Standards Applicable to  Owners and Operators of Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
  Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim Status  Standards for Thermal  Treatment Proc-
  esses 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
• Measurements of Particulates, Metals, and Organics at a
  Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Memorandum  from Richard Guimond to the Regions
  About Source Reduction and Combustion of Hazardous
  Waste
• Memorandum on the Application of Enhanced Public Par-
  ticipation and Stronger  Combustion Permitting Require-
  ments
• Memorandum on Trial Burns (Guidance on Trial Burn Fail-
  ures)
• Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry Scrubber and Bag-
  house Equipped Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Methods Manual for Compliance with the  BIF Regula-
  tions: Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers and Industrial
  Furnaces
• Mobile Incineration: An Analysis of the Industry
• National  Roundtable on Hazardous Waste Minimization
  and Combustion: November 15-18,  1993; Summary  Re-
  port
• 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 HCI Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
  Test Report
• Press Release Announcing EPA's  Proposal Expanding
  Opportunities for Public Participation in the Permitting of
  All Hazardous Waste Facilities, Including Incinerators and
  Other Hazardous Waste  Burners
• Proposed Additions to Standards for Hazardous Waste In-
  cineration (40 CFR 264.342  and 264.343); Standards Ap-
  plicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
                      • RCRA  Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal Year 1995; Ad-
                        dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications, or Additions
                        to FY 1994 RIP
                      • RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
                      • RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of the Land Disposal
                        Restrictions' Dilution Prohibition and the Combustion  of
                        Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste
                      • Regulation of Fuel EBIending and Related Treatment and
                        Storage Activities Memo
                      • Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal
                        by Electric Utility Power Plants
                      • 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.
                        EOF Municipal Waste  Combustion  Ash Supreme Court
                        Decision; Memorandum
                      • Sampling and  Analysis of Municipal Refuse Incinerator
                        Ash; Draft
                      • Setting Priorities for Hazardous Waste Minimization
                      • Setting Priorities for Hazardous Waste  Minimization; Ap-
                        pendices          :
                      • Statement by Carol  M. Browner, EPA Administrator, on
                        Hazardous Waste Reduction and Combustion Strategy
                      • Statement of Michael  Shapiro,  Director of the  Office  of
                        Solid Waste: Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization
                        and Combustion
                      • Status of Rulemaking on Emissions Standards and Con-
                        trols
                      • Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combus-
                        tion
                      • Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's Hazardous Waste
                        Minimization and Combustion Activities
                      • Summary of Draft RCRA  Hazardous Waste Minimization
                        National Plan
                      • Technical Evaluation of the Combustion System of the Ma-
                        rine Shale Processors, Inc. Facility in Amelia, Louisiana
                      • Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler and
                        Industrial Furnace Regulations
                      • Trial Burn Observation  Guide
                      • Universe of Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities (as of
                        November 1, 1994)
                      • Update on Implementation of the Hazardous Waste  Mini-
                        mization and Combustion Strategy
                      • Waste Analysis Guidance for Facilities That Burn Hazard-
                        ous Wastes; Draft
 • RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):
  dendum
Fiscal Year 1994 Ad-
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CADMIUM WASTES
CEMENT KILN DUST
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for D006 Cadmium Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document  for Universal Standards; Volume A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document  for Universal Standards; Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Characterization  of  Municipal  Waste Combustion Ash,
  Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of Products Containing Lead and Cad-
  mium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970
  to 2000
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Report Analyzes Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate,  Metals, and HCI 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
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-F:  BOAT Related Comments; D005:  Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Barium and P013; and D006: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Cadmium
• Technical  Studies Supporting the Mining Waste Regula-
  tory Determination
CALIFORNIA LIST WASTES

• Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume II: California
  List Wastes
CARBAMATE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Environmental Fact Sheet:   EPA Finalizes Listing of
  Wastes from the Production of Carbamates and Adds 58
  Chemicals to the Off-Specifications Product List
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
  Act Systems
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial Fur-
  naces—Cement Kilns Only (as of November 1, 1994)
• Emissions Testing of a Precalciner Cement Kiln at Louis-
  ville, Nebraska
• Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement Kiln at Hannibal, Mis-
  souri; Draft Final Report
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Regulatory Determination Is-
  sued for Cement Kiln Dust
• Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust
CHEMICALS

see INORGANIC CHEMICALS
see ORGANIC CHEMICALS


CHLORIDE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K016, K018, K019, K020, and K030
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents  for Wastes for Which Wastewater
  Treatment Standards  Were Determined Based  on  Con-
  centrations 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)


CHLORINATED ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBON
PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the  Production of
  Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the  Production of
  Chlorinated  Aliphatic  Hydrocarbons, F024; Amendment
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the  Production of
  Chlorinated Aliphatics F025 (Final)
CEMENT
see PROCUREMENT-CEMENT AND CEMENT
PRODUCTS CONTAINING FLY ASH
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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:  Acryloni-
  triles; K015:  Still  Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:
  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, For-
  mulating, and  Loading  of Lead-Based  Initiating  Com-
  pounds; 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:  BOAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes
  from the Production  of  Epichlorohydrin;  K028,  K029,
  K095, and  K096:   Production  of  1,1,1 -Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters  Containing  BOAT  Constituents;  K022:
  Wastes from the  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Nitrobenzene;
  K035:  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the Produc-
  tion of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still  Tails from the Pro-
  duction  of  Methyl Ethyl  Pyridine; K083:    Distillation
  Bottoms from the  Production of Aniline Oxygenated Hy-
  drocarbons and Heterocyclic U  and P Wastes; F024: Pro-
  duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic  Hydrocarbons


CHLORINATED TOLUENE PRODUCTION
WASTES	

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Chlorinated Toluene Wastes: K149,
  K150, and K151  (Final)
CHLORINE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K071 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K073 (Final)
• Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of July 16, 1980,
  Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31 and 261.32); Identifi-
  cation and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Sub-
  title C, Section 3001
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
  Volume 1-L:  BOAT Related Comments; K071 and  K106:
  Mercury Cell Process Wastes; K086:  Residues from Ink
  Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
 CHLOROBENZENE WASTES

 • Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chlo-
  robenzene 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, Pharmaceu-
  tical, Brominated Organic, Organc-Sulfur Compounds, and Or-
  gano-Nitrogen   Compound  Wastes;   and  Halogenated
  Pesticide and Chlorobenzene, Halogenated Phenolic, and
  Phenolic Wastes
CHROMIUM WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Chromium Wastes D007 and U032
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for  Universal  Standards; Volume A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for  Universal  Standards; Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate,,  Metals,  and HCI 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-G:  BDAT  Related Comments; D007: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Chromium
CLOSURE/POST-CLOSURE

see also PERMITS AND PERMITTING
• Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface Impoundments.
• Closure/Post-Closure  and Financial Responsibility Re-
  quirements 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 Require-
  ments (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32);  Draft Back-
  ground Document
• Criteria for Solid  Waste Disposal Facilities: A Guide for
  Owners/Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Changes to Interim Status Fa-
  cilities; Modifications to Hazardous Waste Permits; Proce-
  dures for Post-Closure Permitting
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Delay of Closure Period for
  Hazardous Waste Facilities
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• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Effective Date Delayed for
  Landfill Financial Assurance Requirements
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Amends Regulations Re-
  lated to Third-Party Liability Coverage, Closure, and Post-
  Closure Care
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Financial Assurance Mecha-
  nisms Proposed for Landfill Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revisions  Proposed  to Post-
  Closure Landfill Requirements
• 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 Guid-
  ance Manual
• Guidance Manual for Cost  Estimates for Closure and
  Post-Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume  I:  Treat-
  ment and Storage  Facilities; Volume II: Land Disposal Fa-
  cilities; Volume III:  Unit Costs; Volume IV: Documentation
• Guidance Manual  on Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
  Closure/Post-Closure (40 CFR Part 265)
• 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 Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Treatment,  Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Manage-
  ment Program
• Post-Closure Liability Trust Fund Simulation  Model; Vol-
  ume I:  Model Overview and Results; Volume II:  Graphs
  and Tables of Model Results; Volume  III: Model  Descrip-
  tion
• Protocol for Evaluating Interim Status Closure/Post-Clo-
  sure Plans
• Questions and Answers Regarding the July 14,1986, Haz-
  ardous Waste Tank System Regulatory Amendments
• 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 Sites on CD-ROM
• RCRIS Extract Tape
• 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, Compen-
  sation, 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

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145, K147, and
  K148 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K060 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K087 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground  Documents  for Wastes for Which  Wastewater
  Treatment Standards Were  Determined Based on Con-
  centrations  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:  Coke  Listing  Determination
  Made Final
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Coke Ovens Temporarily  Ex-
  empted from BIF Rule Provisions
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Simplifies Land Disposal
  Restrictions by Establishing a Set of Universal Treatment
  Standards,  and  Finalizes  Treatment Standards for  42
  Newly Listed and Identified Wastes
• 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:  Acryloni-
  triles; K015:  Still  Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:
  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, For-
  mulating, and  Loading of  Lead-Based Initiating  Com-
  pounds; K061:  Electric Arc  Furnace  Dust; and K069:
  Emission Control  Dust/Sludge  from   Secondary  Lead
  Smelting
COMBUSTION [NON-HAZARDOUS
WASTES]

see MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE-COMBUSTION
COMPOSTING

• Composting, Yard Trimmings, and Municipal Solid Waste
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Recycling Grass Clippings
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• Environmental Fact Sheet: Yard Waste Composting
• Markets for Compost
• 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)
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
• Summary of Markets for Compost
• Waste Prevention, Recycling,  and  Composting Options:
  Lessons from 30 Communities
• Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight Programs


CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION [C&D]
WASTES	

• Background Document for the Conditionally  Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the Proposed Con-
  ditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• 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: Proposed Standards for Non-
  municipal Solid Waste Facilities
• Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
• List of Industrial Waste Landfills and Construction and
  Demolition Waste Landfills
• Reusable News (Winter 1995)
• Waste Prevention, Recycling, and Composting Options:
  Lessons from 30 Communities


CORRECTIVE ACTION	

• Background  Document for  the  Conditionally Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
 • Compendium of ORD and OSWER Documents Relevant
  to RCRA Corrective Action
• 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:  Controlling the Impacts of Re-
  mediation Activities in or Around Wetlands
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Effective Date Delayed for
  Landfill Financial Assurance Requirements
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rules for Cor-
  rective Action Management Units and Temporary Units
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes to Exempt Un-
  derground Storage Tanks Petroleum-Contaminated Media
  and Debris from RCRA Hazardous Waste Requirement
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Financial Assurance Mecha-
  nisms Proposed for Landfill Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Rulemaking on Cor-
  rective Action for Solid Waste Management Units at Haz-
  ardous Waste Management Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Standards for Non-
  municipal Solid Waste Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revisions Proposed  to Post-
  Closure Landfill Requirements
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  The National Corrective Action
  Prioritization System
• Geotechnical  Systems for Structures on  Contaminated
  Sites; Technical Guidance Document
• National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Manage-
  ment Program
• National RCRA Corrective Action Strategy
• One-Time Waste Estimated for Capacity Assurance Plan-
  ning: Capacity Planning Pursuant  to CERCLA Section
  104 (c)(9)
• RCRA Corrective Action Interim Measures Guidance; In-
  terim Final
• RCRA Corrective Action Plan; Final
• RCRA Environmental Indicators; FY1991 Progress Report
  and Implementation Plan for the Future
• RCRA  Environmental Indicators;   FY  1992 Progress
  Report
• RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance; Interim Final
• RCRA  Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years:   1987-
  1994
• RCRA  Implementation Plan  (RIP):  Fiscal Year 1994 Ad-
  dendum
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 • RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1995; Ad-
   dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications, or Additions
   to FY 1994 RIP
 • RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 9
 • RCRA Public Involvement Manual
 • RCRA Sites on CD-ROM
 • RCRIS Extract Tape
 • Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed Rulemaking
   on Corrective Action for Solid Waste Management Units
 • Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The  Federal Regulations
   for Landfills
 • Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria:  Technical Manual
 • 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 Rnal Report
 • Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Subsurface
   Gas
 • Waste Management Area (WMA) and Supplemental Well
   (SPW) Guidance; Rnal


 CORROSIVE WASTES	

 • Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
   ground  Document for Characteristic Ignitable  Wastes
   (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
   teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
   taining 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
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Concentration-
   Based  Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
  Act Systems
 • Response to Comments Background Document  for the
  Third Third Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Vfalume 1-C:   BOAT Related Comments; D002: Charac-
  teristic Corrosive Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document  for.the
  Third Third Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Vblume2-1: Capacity Related Comments


CREOSOTE WASTES	

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K001 (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for K001 (Addendum) and U051 (Creo-
   sote)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document  for Wastewater Treatment Sludges
   Generated in the Production of Creosote K035 (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 Produc-
   tion  of Creosote; K026: Stripping  Still Tails from the Pro-
   duction of Methyl  Ethyl  Pyridine; K083:   Distillation
   Bottoms from the  Production  of Aniline Oxygenated Hy-
   drocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P Wastes;  F024: Pro-
   duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons


 CYANIDE WASTES

 •  Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006,  F007-F012,
   F019, and Various P and U Codes)  (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground  Document  for Cyanide  Wastes;  Addendum for
   F019  (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 Indus-
  tries, 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
  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
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
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• Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting Petitions and the Peti-
  tion Review Process
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting  Regulation Amend-
  ment
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Notification of Groundwater
  Monitoring Policy for Delisting Petitions
• Petitions to Delist Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance Man-
  ual; Second Edition
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2


DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE PRODUCTION
WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107,  K108,
  K109, K110,  K111,  K112, U328, U353, K117 K118,  K136,
  K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly  Listed Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
  Debris
DIOXINS

• Discussion Document for Roundtable Session on Techni-
  cal Combustion Standards
• Exposure Assessment  Guidance for  RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities; Draft
• Guidance for Implementing the RCRA Dioxin Listing Rule
• Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents
  and Dioxins
• National Dioxin Study
• Questions and Answers on Land Disposal Restrictions for
  Solvents and Dioxins
• Regulatory  Determination:   Landfills and  Surface  Im-
  poundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
• Test Method 8290:  Procedures for the Detection and
  Measurement of PCDDs and PCDFs


D1SULFOTON PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K037 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K037; Amendment (Final)
• Response to Comments  Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-O: BDAT Related  Comments; K048-K052: Petroleum
  Refining  Industry  Wastes;  K036:  Organophosphorous
  Wastes (Nonwastewaters);  K037:  Wastewater Treatment
  Sludges from the Production of Disulfoton
D-WASTES
• Best Demonstrated Avaifable Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Barium Wastes D005 and P013 (Fi-
  nal)
• Best Demonstrated Avaifable Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground  Document  for Characteristic  Ignitable Wastes
  (D001), Characteristic  Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Chromium Wastes D007 and U032
  (Final)             j
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for D006 Cadmium Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for D008  and  P and U Lead Wastes
  (Final)             :
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chlo-
  robenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085, K097,
  K098, K105, and D012-D017) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K031,  K084,  K101, K102, Charac-
  teristic Arsenic Wastes (D004), Characteristic  Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
  K106, P065, P092, and U151)  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground  Document  lor Organic  Toxicity  Characteristic
  Wastes D018-D043 and Addendum to Nonwastewater
  Forms of Pesticide Toxicity Characteristic  Wastes  D012-
  D017 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground  Document  for Silver-Containing  Wastes  D011,
  P099, P104 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean  Water
  Act Systems        !
• RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of the Land Disposal
  Restrictions' Dilution Prohibition and the Combustion of
  Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste
• Response to Comments Background Document 'for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-B:   BDAT Related  Comments; D001: Charac-
  teristic Ignitable Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-C:  BDAT Related  Comments; D002: Charac-
  teristic Corrosive Wastes
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• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-D:  BOAT Related Comments; D003: Charac-
  teristic 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:  BOAT Related Comments; D004:  Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Arsenic and K, P,  and U Wastes Con-
  taining  Arsenic; and  D010:  Characteristic Wastes for
  Selenium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-F:  BOAT Related Comments; D005:  Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Barium and P013;  and D006:  Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Cadmium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-G:  BOAT Related  Comments; D007: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Chromium
* Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-H:  BOAT Related  Comments; D008: Charac-
  teristic 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:  BOAT  Related Comments; D009: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Contain-
  ing  Mercury; K045, K046, and K047:  Wastes from the
  Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives; D011:  Char-
  acteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium Contain-
  ing 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:  BOAT Related Comments; Halogenated Or-
  ganic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic, Organo-Sul-
  fur  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
EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS	

• Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin:  Recycle and Com-
  bat a Life of Grime  (Comic Book)
• Let's Reduce and Recycle: A Curriculum for Solid Waste
  Awareness
• Once There Lived a Wicked Dragon (Coloring Book)
• Recycle Today!  Educational Materials for Grades K-12
  (Brochure)
• Recycle: \bu Can Make a Ton of Difference (Poster)
• Ride the Wave of the Future: Recycle Today! (Poster)
• School Recycling Programs: A Handbook for Educators


ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST

see STEEL PRODUCTION WASTES


ELECTROPLATING OPERATIONS WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document (Addendum) for All Nonwastewater
  Forms of K061 and Alternative BOAT Treatment Standards
  for F006 and K062 Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006,  F007-F012,
  F019, and Various P and U Codes)  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F006 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F006; Addendum (Final)
• Response to  Comments  Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-J: BOAT Related Comments; Mixed Radioactive
  Hazardous  Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes; Halo-
  genated Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-Halogenated Aromatic U
  Wastes; F002-F005:  Solvents; F006:  Electroplating Waste-
  water Treatment Sludges;  and  F019: Aluminum Conversion
  Coating Treatment Sludges


ENFORCEMENT

see LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT
EPICHLOROHYDRIN PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground 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: BOAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes
  from the  Production of  Epichlorohydrin; K028,  K029,
  K095,  and  K096: Production  of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters   Containing   BOAT   Constituents;   K022:
  Wastes from the  Production  of Phenol/Acetone;  K025:
  Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Nitrobenzene;
  K035:  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the Produc-
  tion of Creosote; K026:  Stripping Still Tails from the Pro-
  duction of  Methyl  Ethyl  Pyridine; K083:   Distillation
  Bottoms from the Production of Aniline Oxygenated Hy-
  drocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P Wastes; F024: Pro-
  duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
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ETHYLENEBISDITHIOCARBAMIC ACID
PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107,  K108,
  K109, K110, K111,  K112, U328, U353, K117,  K118,  K136,
  K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
  Debris
ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE PRODUCTION
WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107, K108,
  K109, K110, K111, K112, U328, U353, K117,  K118, K136,
  K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
  Debris
EXPLOSIVES PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K046 Nonreactive Subcategory (Fi-
  nal)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground 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: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Contain-
  ing  Mercury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes from the
  Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives; D011: Char-
  acteristic Wastes for Silver; PH9, 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: Acryloni-
  triles;  K015:  Still Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:
  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formu-
  lating, and  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating  Compounds;
  K061: Electric Arc Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Con-
  trol Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting
EXPORTS/IMPORTS
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Entry into Force of the Basel
  Convention
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel Convention
  Aim to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk, and Promote Re-
  cycling             i
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Waste Export and Import Act
  of 1991
FINANCIAL ASSURANCE

see LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT
FINANCING

see GRANTS AND FINANCING
FLY ASH

see ASH             i
see PROCUREMENT-CEMENT AND CEMENT
PRODUCTS CONTAINING FLY ASH
F-WASTES

• 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 Vol-
  umes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
  cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document  (Addendum) for  All  Nonwastewater
  Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT Treatment Standards
  for F006 and K062 Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006, F007-F012,
  F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide  Wastes; Addendum for
  F019 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Com-
  plete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Amend-
  ment to Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents;  Revi-
  sions (Final)       |
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• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for  F002 (1,1,2-Trichloroethane)  and
  F005 (Benzene, 2-Ethoxyethanol, and 2-Nitropropane);
  Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F006 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F006; Addendum (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  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 Stand-
  ards
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  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 (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for  U  and P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume C: Nonwastewater Forms of Or-
  ganic U and P Wastes and  Multisource Leachate (F039) for
  Which There are Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume  D: Reactive U and P Waste-
  waters and Nonwastewaters
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for  U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume E: U and P Gaseous Wastes
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Universal Standards; Volume A:
  Universal Standards  for  Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Universal Standards; Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Wastes  from  the Production of
  Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Wastes  from  the Production of
  Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons,  F024; Amendment
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Wastes  from  the Production of
  Chlorinated Aliphatics F025 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Certain  Hazardous Waste Slag
  Uses Now Subject to Regulation
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Amends Primary Petro-
  leum Sludge Listing
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
  Act Systems
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Listing of Wastes from Primary
  Treatment of Oily Wastewaters
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and  Hazardous
  Debris
• RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of the Land Disposal
  Restrictions' Dilution Prohibition and the Combustion of
  Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1^J: BOAT Related Comments; Mixed Radioactive
  Hazardous Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes; Halo-
  genated 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:  BOAT  Related Comments; F025: Wastes
  from  the Production  of Chlorinated Aliphatics;  K002-
  K008:  Inorganic Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:  Acryloni-
  triles;  K015:  Still Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride;  K046:
  Wastewater Treatment  Sludges from Manufacturing, For-
  mulating, and  Loading of Lead-Based  Initiating  Com-
  pounds; 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:  BOAT Related  Comments; K017: Wastes
  from the Production  of Epichlorohydrin; K028,  K029,
  K095,  and K096:   Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters  Containing  BOAT   Constituents;  K022:
  Wastes from the Production  of Phenol/Acetone;  K025:
  Distillation Bottoms from the  Production of Nitrobenzene;
  K035:  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the Produc-
  tion of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still Tails from the Pro-
  duction  of  Methyl Ethyl  Pyridine; K083:   Distillation
  Bottoms from the Production of Aniline Oxygenated  Hy-
  drocarbons and  Heterocyclic U and P Wastes;  F024: Pro-
  duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments
GENERATORS

see also SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
• Asbestos Waste Management Guidance:  Generation,
  Transport, Disposal
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• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data) (Complete Set)
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data): List of Large Quantity Generators in the United
  States
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data): National Analysis
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data): State Detail Analysis
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data): State Summary Analysis
• BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1989 Data)
• BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1991 Data)
• BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1993 Data)
• Catalogue of Hazardous Waste Reports
• Discussion Document for Roundtable Session on Waste
  Minimization
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases the Biennial
  RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991 Data)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste Minimiza-
  tion: Interim Final Guidance for Generators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Nineteen Eighty-Five National
  Biennial Report of Hazardous Waste  Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Options Proposed for Manag-
  ing Discarded Fluorescent and Other Lights That Contain
  Mercury
 • Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents
  and Dioxins
 • Letter to Biennial Hazardous Waste Report Contacts
 • Letters from EPA's Administrator to CEOs and  Large
  Quantity Generators of Hazardous Waste
 • Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Generators
 • Manifest System, Recordkeeping, and Reporting (40 CFR
  264 and 265, Subpart  E); Standards Applicable to Own-
  ers and Operators of Hazardous  Waste  Treatment, Stor-
  age,  and  Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3004
 • National  Biennial  Hazardous Waste Report  (Based  on
   1989 Data)
 • 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 Un-
  der RCRA in 1981
• The New Toxicity  Characteristic Rule:  Information and
  Tips for Generators
• Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial Report of Hazard-
  ous Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and  Dis-
  posal Facilities Regulated Under RCRA; Volumes I and II
• Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial RCRA Hazard-
  ous Waste Report
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 6
• RCRA Sites on CD-ROM
• RCRIS Extract Tape
• Regulation of Fuel Blending and Related Treatment and
  Storage Activities Memo
• Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Regulations Af-
  fecting Generators and Transporters (40 CFR 262  and
  263);   Explanation of Revisions in  Reporting  Burden
  Estimates
• Statement by Carol M. Browner, EPA Administrator, on
  Hazardous Waste Reduction and Combustion Strategy
• Waste  Analysis at Facilities That Generate, Treat, Store,
  and Dispose of Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance Manual


GLASS              	

see MARKETS-GLASS
see SOLID WASTE REiCYCLING-GLASS


GRANTS AND FINANCING	

 • Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
 • RCRA  Implementation Plans  (RIP); Fiscal Years:  1987-
   1994
 • RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume  11
 • Resource Recovery Plant  Implementation; Guides for Mu-
   nicipal Officials: Accounting Format
 • Resource Recovery Plant  Implementation; Guides for Mu-
   nicipal Officials: Financing
 • Solid Waste Resource Guide for Native Americans: Where
   to Find Funding and Technical  Assistance


 GROUNDWATEP!    	

 • Alternate Concentration Limit  Guidance; Part I: ACL Pol-
   icy  and Information  Requirements; Part II:  Based on
   264.94(B) Criteria; Case Studies
 • Application of Geophysics to Acid  Mine Drainage Investi-
   gations; Volume  I:   Literature Review and Theoretical
   Background
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 • Application of Geophysics to Acid Mine Drainage Investi-
   gations; 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 Restric-
   tions

 • 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 Re-
   mediation Activities in or Around Wetlands
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Amends Monitoring Well
   Requirements for Interim-Status Hazardous Waste  Facili-
  ties
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Revises Quality Assurance
   Measures for the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Proce-
  dure
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Notification of  Groundwater
  Monitoring Policy for Delisting Petitions
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Standards for Non-
  municipal Solid Waste Facilities
 • Geochemical  Modeling of Mine Pit Water: An Overview
  and Application of Computer Codes
 • Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR 265, Subpart F); Stand-
  ards Applicable to Owners and Operators of  Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
 • Groundwater  Monitoring Guidance for Owners  and Op-
  erators of Interim Status Facilities
 • Guidance on  Issuing Permits to Facilities  Required  to
  Analyze Groundwater for Appendix VIII Constituents
 • Handbook of RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Constitu-
  ents: Chemical and Physical Properties (Appendix  IX to
  40 CFR Part 264)
• Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
• Methods for the Storage and Retrieval of RCRA Ground-
  water Monitoring Data on STORET; User's Manual
* Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater and
  Air Emission Monitoring
 • Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater Pro-
   tection Standard

 • Procedures Manual for Groundwater Monitoring at Solid
   Waste Disposal Facilities

 • 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 Groundwater  Monitoring Technical Enforcement
   Guidance Document (TEGD) (Final)
 • RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7

 • Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
 • 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 (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for Halogenated  Pesticide and Chlo-
   robenzene 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 Or-
  ganic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic, Organo-Sul-
  fur   Compounds,   and  Organo-Nitrogen  Compound
  Wastes; and Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene,
  Halogenated Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes


HAZARDOUS WASTE DATA

• Assessment of Hazardous  Waste Mismanagement Dam-
  age Case Histories

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Quality Assurance/Quality Control
  Procedures and Methodology (Final)
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Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
Data) (Complete Set)
BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1989 Data)
BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1991 Data)
BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1993 Data)
Catalogue of Hazardous Waste Reports
Chemical, Physical,  and Biological Properties of Com-
pounds Present at Hazardous Waste Sites  (Final Report)
Compilation of Current Practices at Land  Disposal Facili-
ties: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Ac-
tion  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:  Capacity Assurance Planning
and the 1991 Biennial Report
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rules for Cor-
rective Action  Management Units and Temporary Units
Environmental Fact  Sheet: EPA Releases  the  Biennial
RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991 Data)
Environmental Fact  Sheet:  Hazardous Waste Minimiza-
tion: Interim Final Guidance for Generators
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Nineteen Eighty-Five National
Biennial  Report  of  Hazardous Waste Generators and
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
Methods for the Storage and Retrieval of  RCRA Ground-
water Monitoring Data on STORET; User's Manual
National Biennial RCRA Hazardous  Waste Report (Based
on 1989 Data)
National Small Quantity Hazardous  Waste Generator Sur-
vey; Final Report
National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
ment, 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 RGRA TSDR
Units
National  Survey  of  Hazardous Waste Generators and
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Regulated Un-
der RCRA in 1981
Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial  Report of Hazard-
ous Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
posal Facilities Regulated Under RCRA; Volumes I and II
Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial  RCRA  Hazard-
ous Waste Report
• Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening Survey of Hazard-
  ous Waste  Treatment, Storage, Disposal,  and Recycling
  Facilities
• RCRA Hazardous Waste:  Information Management Ex-
  ecutive Summary   ;
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years 1987-1994
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal Year  1994 Ad-
  dendum
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1995; Ad-
  dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications, or Additions
  to FY 1994 RIP
• RCRA Sites on CD-ROM
• RCRIS Extract Tape
• 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-1:  BOAT  Related Comments; General BDAT
  Issues            |
• Statistical Analysis of Groundwater Monitoring  Data  at
  RCRA Facilities; Interim Final Guidance
• Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data
• Summary and Technical Review of Supporting Literature
  for the 1985 Report to Congress on Wastes from the Ex-
  traction and Beneficiation  of  Metallic Ores, Phosphate
  Rock, Asbestos, Overburden from Uranium Mining, and
  Oil Shale           j
• Summary of Data  Presented in  the Background Docu-
  ment  for  Effluent  Limitations Guidelines and Standards:
  Mineral Mining and Processing Point Source Category
• Summary of Data  Presented in  the Background Docu-
  ment  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 Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil  and Natural Gas;  Field  Sampling and
  Analytical Results
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix A: Analytical
  Results            |
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix C: Sampling
  Reports; Volumes 1 and 2
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and  Natural Gas; Appendix E: Role and
  Function of EPA Sample Control Center
• Technical Report:  Exploration, Development,  and  Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix F: List of Ana-
  lytes
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• Trial Burn Observation Guide
HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for First Third Wastes; Final  Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Second  Third Wastes; Final  Rule
  (Complete Set)
* Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Third Third Wastes; Final  Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Chemical, Physical, and Biological Properties of Com-
  pounds 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 Man-
  aging Hazardous Wastes; Identification and Listing of
  Hazardous Waste under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Does Maur Business Produce Hazardous Waste?
  Small Businesses Do
  • Chemical Manufacturers
  • Cleaning and Cosmetics
  • Construction
  • Drycleaning and Laundry
  • Educational and Vocational Shops
  • Equipment Repair
  • Formulators
  • Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
  • Laboratories
  • 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
Many
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Coke Listing Determination
  Made Final
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  EPA Amends Primary Petro-
  leum Sludge Listing
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Interim Final Regu-
  lations on the "Mixture" and "Derived-from" Rules
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Revised Hazard-
  ous Waste Identification Rule
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes to Exempt Un-
  derground Storage Tanks Petroleum-Contaminated Media
  and Debris from RCRA Hazardous Waste Requirement
• 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: Listing of Wastes from Primary
  Treatment of Oily Wastewaters
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Management Standards Issued
  to  Control Potential Risks from Recycled Used Oil -  No
  Hazardous Waste Listing
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Temporary Suspension of the
  Toxicity  Characteristic in  Non-UST  Petroleum-Product
  Cleanups Proposed
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly  Listed Hazardous Wastes  and Hazardous
  Debris
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Wastes Generated During the
  Production of Chlorinated Toluenes Listed as Hazardous
                                     Wood  Preserving  Wastes
                                            Surface Protection
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:
  Listed as Hazardous
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Wood
  Wastes Proposed as Hazardous
• Fate and Transport of Hazardous Constituents; Identifica-
  tion and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subti-
  tle 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 Commer-
  cial  Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous Waste
  and Answers to Anticipated Questions
• Hazardous Waste from Discarding of Commercial Chemi-
  cal  Products and  the  Containers  and Spill Residues
  Thereof (40 CFR 261.33); Identification and Listing of Haz-
  ardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Health and  Environmental Effects Profiles (40 CFR 261);
  Identification and  Listing of Hazardous Waste  Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Ignitability Characteristic (40 CFR  261.21); Identification
  and Listing  of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
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• Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250.14); Identification and List-
  ing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
  3001
• Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of July 16, 1980,
  Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31 and 261.32); Identifi-
  cation and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Sub-
  title 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
• 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
• Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity  Study; Final Report; Com-
  pound: Isobutyl Alcohol
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volumes 3-6
• RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of the Land Disposal
  Restrictions' Dilution Prohibition and the Combustion of
  Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste
• Reactivity Characteristic (40  CFR 261.23);  Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section  3001
• 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 Admin-
  istered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Fi-
  nal Report
 • Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Admin-
  istered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Fi-
  nal Report; Appendices I-IX
 • Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure; Background
  Document on Resource Conservation and  Recovery  Act,
  Subtitle C, Hazardous Waste Management System, Sec-
  tion 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 Is-
   sued 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
• Used Oil Recycling (Fall 1991)
• Used Oil Recycling (Summer 1992)


HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING

• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the  Potential for
  Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed Univer-
  sal Waste Rule
• 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 First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
  First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
  and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
• 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 Second Third Wastes to Sup-
  port 40 CFR 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
  Rule:  Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
• 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 Vol-
  umes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
  cling 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 Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR Part 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
  Rule:  Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and  Available Treatment Capacity (Complete
  Set)             ;
 • Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Chlorinated Toluene Wastes:  K149,
   K150, and K151  (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145, K147 and
   K148 (Final)
 • Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
 • Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
 • Directory of Commercial Hazardous Waste Management
   Facilities
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  • Environmental Fact Sheet: Coke Ovens Temporarily Ex-
   empted from BIF Rule Provisions
  • 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 Chlo-
   rofluorocarbon Refrigerants Being Reclaimed
  ป Environmental Fact Sheet:  New Treatment Standards Fi-
   nalized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
  • Environmental Fact Sheet: Options Proposed for Manag-
   ing Discarded Fluorescent and Other Lights That Contain
   Mercury
  • Environmental Fact Sheet: Recycled Coke Wastes Exempt
   from Hazardous Waste Regulation
  • Guidance Manual on the RCRA Regulation of Recycled
   Hazardous Wastes
  ' Innovative Methods of Managing Environmental Releases
   at Mine Sites
  • 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
   Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening Survey of Hazard-
   ous Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and Recycling
   Facilities
   RCRA Implementation Study  Update:  The Definition of
  Solid Waste
  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 9 General
  RCRA Waste Minimization Action Plan
  Re-Engineering RCRA for Recycling: Report and Recom-
  mendations of the Definition of Solid Waste Task Force
  Report to Congress  on  Metal Recovery, Environmental
  Regulation, and Hazardous Waste
  Review of Industrial Waste Exchanges
  States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling
HAZARDOUS WASTES
• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential for
  Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed Univer-
  sal Waste Rule
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for First Third Wastes; Final Rule (Com-
  plete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Second Third Wastes; Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
  • Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
   ground Documents for Third Third Wastes; Final Rule (Com-
   plete Set)

  • Catalogue of Hazardous Waste Reports
  • 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 Man-
   aging Hazardous Wastes; Identification and Listing  of
   Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
  • Design and Development of a  Hazardous Waste Reactiv-
   ity Testing  Protocol
  • Documentation for Development of Toxicity and Volumes
   Scores for the Purpose of Scheduling Hazardous Waste
  • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Certain Hazardous Waste Slag
   Uses Now Subject to Regulation
 • 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  Finalizes Listing of Wastes
   from the Production of Carbamates and Adds 58 Chemi-
   cals to the Off-Specifications Product List
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA  Issues Interim Final Regu-
   lations on the "Mixture" and "Derived-from" Rules
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Simplifies Land Disposal
   Restrictions by Establishing a Set of Universal Treatment
   Standards, and  Finalizes  Treatment  Standards for 42
   Newly Listed and Identified  Wastes
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Final Streamlined Regulations
  for Collecting and Managing Universal Wastes
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:   Hazardous Waste Manage-
  ment System; Final Codification  Rule Correction
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel Convention
  Aim to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk, and Promote Re-
  cycling

 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Waste Export and Import Act
  of 1991

 • Hazardous  Waste Management Planning  Needs and
  Practices: A Review of Several State Agency Approaches
 • Implementation Strategy of  U.S.  Supreme Court Decision
  in  City of Chicago v.  EOF for Municipal Waste Combus-
  tion Ash; Memorandum
 • Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982
  to December 1994)
 • Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991 Monthly Hotline
  Reports

• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1992 Monthly Hotline
  Reports

• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1993 Monthly Hotline
  Reports
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• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1994 Monthly Hotline
  Reports
• Interim  National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste
  Management Program Under RCRA
• National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Manage-
  ment Program
• The 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)
• RCRA  Implementation Plans (RIP);  Fiscal Years:   1987-
  1994
• RCRA  Implementation Plan  (RIP): Fiscal Year 1994 Ad-
  dendum
• RCRA  Implementation Plan  (RIP): Fiscal Year 1995; Ad-
  dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications, or Additions
  to FY 1994 RIP
• RCRA  Implementation Study Update: The Definition of
  Solid Waste
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2
• RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report (Complete Set)
• RCRA/UST, Superfund and  EPCRA Monthly Hotline Re-
  port (Complete Set)
• Regulatory Analysis of RCRA Regulations
• Report to Congress on  Metal Recovery, Environmental
  Regulation and Hazardous Waste
• Revised Implementation Strategy  for City of Chicago v.
  EOF Municipal Waste Combustion Ash Supreme Court
  Decision; Memorandum
• Sampling and Analysis  of Municipal Refuse Incinerator
  Ash;  Draft
• Setting Priorities for Hazardous Waste Minimization
• Setting Priorities for Hazardous Waste Minimization; Ap-
  pendices
• Solving the Hazardous Waste Problem: ERA'S RCRA Pro-
  gram
• State  Decision-Makers   Guide  for  Hazardous  Waste
  Management
• Technical Resource Document: Solidification/Stabilization
  and Its  Application to Waste Materials


HEALTH EFFECTS	

• Background  Document on the Development and  Use of
  Reference Doses; Part  I:  Data Needs and Apportion-
  ment; Part II:  Considerations Related to the Development
  of Protocols for Toxicity Studies
• Chemical, Physical,  and Biological Properties of Com-
  pounds Present at Hazardous Waste Sites (Final Report)
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Case Studies
on Groundwater and Surface Water Contamination from
Municipal Solid Wasle Landfills
Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Regulatory Determination Is-
sued for Cement Kiln Dust
Exposure Assessment Guidance for RCRA  Hazardous
Waste Combustion  Facilities; Draft
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
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines (Complete Set)
Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model
Municipal  Waste Combustion  Study:   Assessment of
Health  Risks Associated  With Exposure to  Municipal
Waste Combustion E-missions
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 Pro-
tection Standard
Permitting of Land Disposal  Facilities:  Information Re-
quirements for Permitting Discharges; General Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators  of Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage,  and Disposal Facilities
Procedural Guidance for Reviewing Exposure Information
under RCRA, Section 3019
Quantities  of   Cyanide-Bearing  and   Acid-Generating
Wastes Generated by the Mining and Beneficiating Indus-
tries, and the Potentials for Contaminant Release
Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity  Study; Final Report;  Com-
pound: Isobutyl Alcohol
Regulatory Impact  Analysis for the Final Criteria for Mu-
nicipal Solid Waste Landfills
Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust
Report to Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Proc-
essing:  Summary and Findings; Methods and Analyses;
Appendices        '
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 Docu-
ment
Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Admin-
istered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Fi-
nal Report
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* Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Admin-
  istered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Fi-
  nal Report; Appendices I-IX
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential for
  Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed Univer-
  sal Waste Rule
• Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Patient Flyer)
• Disposal Tips for Home  Health Care (Professional Bro-
  chure)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Streamlined Regulations
  for Collecting and Managing Universal Wastes
• Handle with Care:   How to  Throw Out Used Insulin Syr-
  inges and Lancets at Home; A Booklet for Young People
  with Diabetes and their Families
• Household Hazardous Waste: Bibliography of Useful Ref-
  erences and List of State Experts
* Household Hazardous Waste: Steps to Safe Management
* Household Hazardous Waste Management: A Manual for
  One-Day Community Collection Programs
• National Survey of Solid Waste  (Municipal) Landfill  Facili-
  ties
• Native American Network: A RCRA Information Exchange
  (Issue #5) (Spring/Summer 1994)
* Proceedings of the Eighth National United States Environ-
  mental Protection Agency Conference on Household Haz-
  ardous  Waste Management,  November  6-10,   1993,
  Burlington, Vermont
• Proceedings of the  Fifth National Conference on House-
  hold 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 Envi-
  ronmental Protection Agency Conference on Household
  Hazardous Waste Management (Minneapolis, Minnesota,
  December 8-12,1992)
• Proceedings of the Sixth  National United States Environ-
  mental Protection Agency Conference on Household Haz-
  ardous  Waste  Management  (Seattle,   Washington,
  Decembers-?, 1991)
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Reusable News (Spring 1990)
* Reusable News (Spring 1992)
* Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1993)
• Reusable News (Spring 1995)
• 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 House-
  hold Hazardous Waste Management
• Summary of the Third National Conference on Household
  Hazardous Waste Management
• Survey of Household Hazardous Waste and Related Col-
  lection Programs
• Used Oil Recycling (Summer 1992)


IGNITABLE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Characteristic Ignitable  Wastes
  (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA  Issues  New Treatment
  Standards for Certain Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
  Act Systems
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Simplifies Land Disposal
  Restrictions by Establishing a Set of Universal Treatment
  Standards,  and  Finalizes  Treatment Standards for 42
  Newly Listed and Identified Wastes
• 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, Sub-
  part N); Standards Applicable to  Owners and Operators
  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
  cilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions  Proposed  Rule;
  Volume  1-B:  BOAT Related  Comments; D001: Charac-
  teristic Ignitable Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions  Proposed  Rule;
  Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
INDUSTRIAL WASTES [NON-HAZARDOUS]

• Background  Document for  the  Conditionally  Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the Proposed Con-
  ditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal Facilities
  and Practices; Notification Requirements  for Industrial
  Solid Waste Disposal Facilities (40 CFR Part 257) (Draft)
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• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Standards for Non-
  municipal Solid Waste Facilities
• Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
• List of  Industrial Waste Landfills and Construction and
  Demolition Waste Landfills
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years 1993-1994
• Regulatory  Determination:   Landfills and  Surface  Im-
  poundments Receiving  Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
• Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
  States; Volumes I and II
• Review of Industrial Waste Exchanges
• Subtitle D Industrial Facility Telephone Survey Report
  (1987)

INFORMATION SOURCES
• Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization: Hazardous and
  Non-Hazardous Solid Waste (1980 to Present)
• Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management Alter-
  natives
• Business Guide for Reducing Solid Waste
• Catalogue of Hazardous Waste Reports
• 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 Resi-
  dues and their Leachates; A Literature Review
• Compendium  of ORD and OSWER Documents Relevant
  to RCRA Corrective Action
• Composting, Yard Trimmings, and Municipal Solid Waste
• The Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid Waste
• Crude  Oil and Natural Gas Exploration and Production
  Wastes: Exemption from RCRA Subtitle C Regulation
• Directory of Commercial Hazardous Waste Management
  Facilities
• Directory of Mine Waste Characterization and Drainage
  Quality Contacts in Western Governors' Association Mem-
  ber States
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  America's War on Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Electronic Resources Guide
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Recycling Grass Clippings
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  SWICH: EPA's National Solid
  Waste Information Clearinghouse
• Forty CFR Parts  190-299
• Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
• Green Advertising Claims
• Household Hazardous Waste:  Bibliography of Useful Ref-
  erences and List of State Experts
• How to Access the FiCRA Information Center
• How to Start or Expand a Recycling Collection Program
• Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982
  to December 1994)
• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of  1991 Monthly Hotline
  Reports
• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of  1992 Monthly Hotline
  Reports
• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of  1993 Monthly Hotline
  Reports           |
• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of  1994 Monthly Hotline
  Reports
• Joining Forces on Solid Waste Management: Regionaliza-
  tion Is Working in Rural and Small Communities
• Life Cycle Assessment:  Public Data Sources for the LCA
  Practitioner
• Manual del Consumidor para Reducir los Desechos Soli-
  dos (Spanish translation of Consumer's Handbook for Re-
  ducing Solid Waste)
• Manufacturing from Recyclables: 24  Case Studies of Suc-
  cessful Recycling Enterprises
• MSW Factbook    ;
• Native American Network: A RCRA Information Exchange
• RCRA Hazardous Waste:  Information Management Ex-
  ecutive Summary
• RCRA Orientation Manual: 1990 Edition
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 1:  User's
  Guide, Keyword Index
• RCRA  Permit  Policy  Compendium  Update  Package;
  Revision I
• RCRA  Permit  Policy  Compendium  Update  Package;
  Revision 2
• RCRA  Permit  Policy  Compendium  Update  Package;
  Revision 3
• RCRA  Permit  Policy  Compendium  Update  Package;
  Revision 4
• RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Reports
• RCRA/UST, Superfund, & EPCRA Hotline (Brochure)
• RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA Monthly Hotline Re-
  port (Complete Set)
• Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
• Reusable News    i
• Solid Waste Resource Guide for Native Americans: Where
  to Find Funding and Technical Assistance
• Spotlight on Waste Prevention: EPA's Program to Reduce
  Solid Waste at the Source
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• Waste Prevention:  It Makes Good  Business Sense (Bro-
  chure)
• 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
• WasteWi$e Update


INK FORMULATION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K086 Solvent Wash (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground 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:  BOAT Related  Comments; K071 and K106:
  Mercury Cell Process Wastes; K086: Residues from Ink
  Production Wastes Containing Cyanide


INORGANIC CHEMICAL WASTES	

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K071 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K073 (Final)
* Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
  K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
• RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of the Land Disposal
  Restrictions' Dilution Prohibition  and the Combustion of
  Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste
• Response to Comments Background  Document  for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-L: BDAT Related Comments; KCFt  and K106: Mer-
  cury Cell Process Wastes;  K086:   Residues from Ink
  Production Wastes Containing Cyanide


INORGANIC PIGMENT WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document  for Inorganic  Pigment Wastes, K002-
  K008 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Vblume 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:  Acryloni-
                                                         triles; K015:   Still Bottoms from  Benzyl Chloride; K046:
                                                         Wastewater Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, For-
                                                         mulating,  and Loading of Lead-Based  Initiating  Com-
                                                         pounds; K061:   Electric Arc  Furnace  Dust; and K069:
                                                         Emission  Control Dust/Sludge  from  Secondary Lead
                                                         Smelting
                                                       IRON PRODUCTION WASTES

                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground  Document (Addendum)  for All  Nonwastewater
                                                         Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT Treatment Standards
                                                         for F006 and K062 Nonwastewaters (Final)
                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground Document for K062 (Final)
                                                       K-WASTES

                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground  Document (Addendum)  for All  Nonwastewater
                                                         Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT Treatment Standards
                                                         for F006 and K062 Nonwastewaters (Final)
                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground Document for Chlorinated Toluene Wastes:  K149,
                                                         K150, and K151 (Final)
                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145, K147 and
                                                         K148 (Final)
                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Produc-
                                                         tion of Aniline, K083 (Final)
                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Produc-
                                                         tion of Nitrobenzene by the Nitration  of Benzene, K025
                                                         (Final)
                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground  Document for  Halogenated Pesticide  and  Chlc-
                                                         robenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085, K097;
                                                         K098, K105, and D012-D017) (Final)
                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground  Document for  Inorganic Pigment Wastes,  K002-
                                                         K008 (Final)
                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground Document for K001 (Final)
                                                       •  Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
                                                         ground Document for K001 (Addendum) and U051 (Creo-
                                                         sote) (Final)
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> Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
 ground Document for K009 and K010 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for K011, K013, and K014 (Final)
> Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for K011, K013, and K014; Addendum for
 Acrylonitrile Wastes  (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for K015 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for K015; Addendum (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for K016, K018, K019,  K020, and K030
 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for K021 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final)
1 Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT  Back-
 ground Document for K022; Amendment (Final)
' Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for K024 (Final)
1 Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for K031, K084, K101, K102, Characteristic
 Arsenic Wastes (D004),  Characteristic Selenium  Wastes
 (D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic and Sele-
 nium Listing Constituents (Final)
 Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K037 (Final)
 Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K637; Amendment (Final)
 Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K043 (Final)
 Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K046 Nonreactive Subcategory  (Fi-
 nal)
 Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K046; Addendum (Final)
 Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K048, K049, K050, K051, and K052
 (Final)
 Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K048, K049, K050,  K051, and K052;
 Amendment (Final)
 Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K060 (Final)
 Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K061 (Final)
 Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for K061; Addendum (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K062 (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K071 (Rnal)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K073 (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K086 Solvent Wash (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground  Document  for K086  (Ink Formulation  Equipment
   Cleaning Wastes); Addendum  (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K087 (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K099 (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K101 and K102 Low Arsenic Subcate-
   gory (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K103 and K104 (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground  Document  for  Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
   K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground  Document  for Newly  Listed Refinery Wastes:
   F037 and F038 (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Newly Listed Wastes: K107, K108,
   K109, K110, K111,  K112,  U328, U353, K117 K118, K136,
   K123,  K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359 (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Organophosphorus Wastes, K036
  Nonwastewaters; Amendinent (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated Available- Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
  K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Phthalate Wastes, K023, K093, K094,
  and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Stripping Still Tails from the Produc-
  tion of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026 (Rnal)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Universal  Standards;  Volume A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Universal  Standards;  Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
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• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Dinitro-
  toluene, Toluenediamine, and Toluene Diisocyanate, K027
  K1H-KH6, U221, and U223 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Wastes  from the Production of
  Eptehtorohydrin, KOT7 (Rnal)
* Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-
  Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-
  Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096; Amendment
  (Rnal)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastewater Treatment Sludges Gen-
  erated in the Production of Creosote K035 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents  for Wastes for Which Wastewater
  Treatment Standards Were Determined  Based on Con-
  centrations 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: Certain Hazardous Waste Slag
  Uses Now Subject to Regulation
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Finalizes Listing of Wastes
  from the Production of Carbamates and Adds 58 Chemi-
  cals to the Off-Specifications Product List
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  EPA Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
  Act Systems
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  New Treatment Standards Fi-
  nalized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
  Debris
• 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
• RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of the Land Disposal
  Restrictions' Dilution  Prohibition and the Combustion of
  Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste
 Response to Comments Background Document for the
 Third  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
 Volume 1-E:  BOAT Related Comments; D004:  Charac-
 teristic Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Con-
 taining Arsenic;  and  D010:  Characteristic Wastes  for
 Selenium
 Response to Comments Background Document for the
 Third  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
 Volume  1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Charac-
 teristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Contain-
 ing  Mercury; K045,  K046, and K047:  Wastes from the
 Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives; D011:  Char-
 acteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium Contain-
 ing 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: Acryloni-
 triles;  K015:  Still  Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:
 Wastewater Treatment  Sludges from Manufacturing, For-
 mulating, and  Loading  of Lead-Based  Initiating  Com-
 pounds; 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  Produc-
 tion of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still Tails from the Pro-
 duction  of  Methyl  Ethyl Pyridine; K083:  Distillation
 Bottoms from the Production of Aniline Oxygenated  Hy-
 drocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P Wastes; F024: Pro-
 duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
> Response to Comments Background  Document for  the
 Third  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
 Volume  1-N: BDAT Related Comments; Halogenated Or-
 ganic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic, Organo-Sul-
 fur   Compounds,  and  Organo-Nitrogen   Compound
 Wastes; and Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene,
 Halogenated Phenolic,  and Phenolic Wastes
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• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-0:  BOAT Related Comments; K048-K052:  Pe-
  troleum Refining Industry Wastes; K036:  Organophospho-
  rus 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
LAB PACKS

• 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 [LDR]

• 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 First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268  Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
  First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and  Required
  and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Sup-
  port 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:
  Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and  Re-
  quired and Availability Treatment Capacity; Volumes I and
  II
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Sup-
  port 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions; Proposed
  Rule:  Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
• 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 Vol-
  umes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
  cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
• Background Document for the Groundwater Screening
  Procedure to  Support 40  CFR 268 Land  Disposal
  Restrictions
• 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 Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
  Rule:  Third  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete
  Set)              ;
• Best Demonstrated, Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document (Addendum) for All  Nonwastewater
  Forms of K061 and Alternative BOAT Treatment Standards
  for F006 and  K062 Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Chlorinated Toluene Wastes: K149,
  K150, and K151 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145,  K147 and
  K148 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent  Solvents (Com-
  plete Set)         :
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Amend-
  ment to Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document ':or  F001-F005  Spent  Solvents; Revi-
  sions (Final)       i
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Refinery Wastes: FC37
  and F038 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes:  K107, K108,
  K109,  K110,  K111, K112, U328, U353,  K117,  K118, K136,
  K123, K124, K125, K126,  K131, K132, U359 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  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) Back-
  ground Document for Quality Assurance/Quality Control
  Procedures and Methodology (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for  Universal Standards; Volume A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms  of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated < Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for  Universal Standards; Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
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• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for First Third  Wastes;  Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Second Third Wastes; Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Third Third Wastes;  Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Wastes  for Which Wastewater
  Treatment Standards  Were Determined Based  on Con-
  centrations  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)
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of Land Disposal Re-
  strictions  for Newly Listed Wastes and Contaminated De-
  bris (Phase  I LDRs); Final Rule
• Documentation for Development  of Toxicity and Volumes
  Scores for the Purpose of Scheduling Hazardous Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Application of Land Disposal
  Restrictions to CERCLA Remedial Actions
* Environmental Fact Sheet: Certain Hazardous Waste Slag
  Uses Now Subject to Regulation
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Clarification on the Tinning for
  Retrofitting  Surface Impoundments Under the Land Dis-
  posal Restrictions Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Effective Date for Hazardous
  Debris Treatment Standards Extended One Year
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues Final Rules for
  Corrective  Action Management Units  and  Temporary
  Units
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues New Treatment
  Standards for Certain  Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment  Standards for  Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed  in Clean Water
  Act Systems
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA's Final Conditional No-Mi-
  gration Determination for DOE's Waste Isolation Pilot
  Plant (WIPP)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Simplifies Land Disposal
  Restrictions by Establishing a Set of Universal Treatment
  Standards,  and  Rnalizes Treatment Standards  for 42
  Newly Listed and Identified Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Final  Rule  for Third Third
  Scheduled  Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements for
  Land Disposal Restrictions
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Land Disposal Restrictions -
  Second Third (Final)
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Milestone!  Fifth Rulemaking
Finalizes Land Disposal Restrictions
Environmental Fact Sheet:  No Land Disposal Standards
Amendment
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed No Migration Vari-
ances to the Land Disposal Restrictions of Hazardous
Wastes
Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
for 20  Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes  and Hazardous
Debris
Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for Land Disposal
Restrictions Program (BDAT)
Guidance for Implementing the RCRA Dioxin Listing Rule
Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents
and Dioxins
Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume II: California
List Wastes
Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated Available
Technology (BDAT) Treatment Standards
No Migration Variances to the Hazardous Waste Land Dis-
posal Prohibitions: A Guidance  Manual for Petitioners;
Draft
Questions and Answers on Land Disposal Restrictions for
Solvents and Dioxins
Questions and Answers on the  Land Disposal Restrictions
Program (Brochure)
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of the Land Disposal
Restrictions' Dilution Prohibition and the Combustion of
Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste
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
Response to Comments Background  Document for  the
Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1:  Treatment Standards Related  Comments; Vol-
ume 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
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• 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; Sup-
  plemental 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  De-
  tection  Rule
• Compilation of Current  Practices at Land  Disposal  Facili-
  ties: Summary of Liner  and Leak Detection Designs,  Ac-
  tion  Leakage   Rates,  Response Action  Plans,  and
  Management of  Liquids  in Landfills
• Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the  Proposed Con-
  ditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• 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  Re-
  mediation Activities in or Around Wetlands
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rule Regard-
  ing Liquids in Hazardous Waste Landfills
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA  Releases Final Rule  on
  Liners and Leak  Detection Systems
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed  No  Migration Vari-
  ances to the Land  Disposal  Restrictions of  Hazardous
  Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revisions Proposed to  Post-
  Closure Landfill Requirements
• Guidance Manual for the Classification of Solid Waste Dis-
  posal Facilities
• Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance (HELP)
  Model;  Volume  1:  User's Guide for Version  1; Second
  Edition; Volume  2: Documentation for Version 1
• Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
• Interim  Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR  265, Sub-
  part N); Standards Applicable to Owners and  Operators
  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Fa-
  cilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
 •  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, Con-
   struction, and Operation
 •  Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
   for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
   sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
 •  Permit Applicants'  Guidance Manual for  Exposure Infor-
   mation 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 Sys-
   tems and Final Cover; Draft
 •  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
 •  Regulatory Determination:   Landfills and  Surface  Im-
   poundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
 •  Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous  Liquids
   in Hazardous Waste Landfills
 •  Technical Guidance Document:  Final Covers on Hazard-
   ous Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments


 LEACHATE

 •  Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground  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) Back-
   ground  Document  for  U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
   Leachate (F039), Volume B:  U and P Wastewaters and Non-
  wastewaters with Methods of Treatment as Treatment Stand-
  ards             ;
 •  Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground  Document  for  U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
   Leachate  (F039), Volume C:  Nonwastewater Forms of Or-
  ganic U and P Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039) for
  which there are Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
 • Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document  for  U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume D:  Reactive U and P Wastewaters
  and Nonwastewaters
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document  for  U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume E: U and P Gaseous Wastes
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• Characterization of Municipal  Waste Combustion Ash,
  Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and  Leachates from
  MSW Landfills,  Monofills,  and Co-Disposal Sites  (Com-
  plete Set)
• Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Crite-
  ria (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Summary of
  Data on Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Leachate Charac-
  teristics
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rule Regard-
  ing Liquids in Hazardous Waste Landfills
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed No Migration Vari-
  ances to the Land Disposal  Restrictions of  Hazardous
  Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Report Analyzes Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Guidance on Implementation of the  Minimum Technologi-
  cal Requirements of HSWA of 1984, Respecting  Liners
  and Leachate Collection Systems; Reauthorization Statu-
  tory Interpretation #5D
• Hydrologic  Evaluation  of  Landfill  Performance  (HELP)
  Model; Volume  1:  User's Guide for Version 1; Second
  Edition; Volume  2: Documentation for Version  1
• Landfill  and Surface Impoundment Performance Evalu-
  ation
• Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems
  for Landfills and Surface Impoundments;  Design, Con-
  struction, and Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
  for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
  sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
• Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and Leachate Charac-
  terization;  Monofill Baseline  Year; Woodburn Monofill;
  Woodburn, Oregon
• Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats Test Materials:
  Pyridine; Volumes I and II
• RCRA Guidance  Document: Landfill Design, Liner Sys-
  tems and Final Cover; Draft
• Response to Comments Background Document  for the
  Third Third  Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-P: BOAT Related Comments; Leachates
• Response to Comments Background Document  for the
  Third Third  Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-3:  Capacity Related Comments
• Solid Waste  Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical Manual
• Solid Waste Leaching Procedure; Technical Resource
  Document for Public Comment
• Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste Regula-
  tory 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 (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for D008 and P and U Lead  Wastes
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Universal Standards; Volume A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Universal Standards; Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash,
  Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of  Products  Containing  Lead  and Cad-
  mium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970
  to 2000
• Combustion of Hazardous Wastes Containing Arsenic,
  Lead, and Mercury
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Report Analyzes  Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Pilot-Scale  ESP and  Hydro-Sonic  Scrubber  Parametric
  Tests for Particulate,  Metals, and  HCI 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
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land Disposal Restrictions  Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-H:  BOAT Related  Comments; D008: Charac-
  teristic 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
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and Beneficia-
  tion of Ores and Minerals; Volume 1: Lead - Zinc
 LEGISLATION	

 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Waste Export and Import Act
  of 1991
 • Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988
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  The Solid Waste Disposal Act as Amended by the Hazard-
  ous and Solid Waste Amendments (The Resource Con-
  servation and Recovery Act)
LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT

• Closure/Post-Closure and  Financial  Responsibility  Re-
  quirements 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
• CMA/EPA BIF Workshop; Edited Transcript
• Combustion  Emissions Technical  Resource  Document
  (CETRED); Draft
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Closure and
  Post-Closure Care and Financial Responsibility Require-
  ments (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32); Draft Back-
  ground Document
• Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal  Facilities: A Guide for
  Owners/Operators
• Environmental  Fact  Sheet:  Effective  Date  Delayed  for
  Landfill Financial Assurance Requirements
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Amends Regulations  Re-
  lated to Third-Party Liability Coverage, Closure, and Post-
  Closure Care
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Financial Assurance Mecha-
  nisms Proposed for Landfill Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rulemaking on Cor-
  rective Action for Solid Waste Management Units at Haz-
  ardous Waste Management Facilities
• 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 Guid-
  ance Manual
• Financial  Requirements (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
  H);  Standards  Applicable to Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
  ties Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Financial   Requirements;  Interim Status Standards  (40
  CFR 265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance
• Guidance  Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and
  Post-Closure  Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I: Treat-
  ment and Storage Facilities; Volume II: Land Disposal  Fa-
  cilities; 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, Sub-
  part N); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators
  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
  cilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
 • Liability Coverage; Requirements for Owners and Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities; A Guidance Manual
 • Post-Closure Liability Trust Fund Simulation Model; Vol-
  ume I: Model Overview and Results; Volume II:  Graphs
  and Tables of Model Results; Volume III: Model  Descrip-
  tion
 • RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance
 • RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance; Interim Final
 • RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Compliance Order Guid-
  ance
 • RCRA Groundwater  Monitoring  Technical Enforcement
  Guidance Document (TEGD) (Final)
 • RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart G Closure and Post-
  Closure Care Standards and Subpart H  Cost  Estimating
  Requirements      ,
 • RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal  Years:  1987-
  1994
 • RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal Year 1995; Ad-
  dendum Containing  Changes,  Clarifications, or Additions
  to FY 1994 RIP
 • RCRA Inspection Manual
 • RCRA Liability Coverage for Bodily Injury  and Property
  Damage Survey Results
 • RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volumes 7 and 9
 • RCRA Public Involvement Manual
 • RCRA Sites on 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, Compen-
  sation, and Liability Act of 1980
 • 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); Stand-
  ards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Facilities Under
  RCRA, Subtitle  C, Section 3004
 • Statement of Michael Shapiro, Director of  the Office of
  Solid Waste: Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization
  and Combustion
 • Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combus-
  tion
 • Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's Hazardous Waste
  Minimization and Combustion Activities (Issue #1)
• Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's Hazardous Waste
  Minimization and Combustion Activities (Issue #2)
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• 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 Hazard-
  ous Wastes; Draft


LIFE-CYCLE ASSESSMENT	

* Guidelines for Assessing the Quality of  Life-Cycle Inven-
  tory Analysis
• Life Cycle Assessment:  Public Data Sources for the LCA
  Practitioner
• Reusable News (Spring 1995)


LINERS	

• Action Leakage  Rates for Leak Detection  Systems; Sup-
  plemental 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 De-
  tection Rule
• Batch-Type Procedures for Estimating Soil Adsorption of
  Chemicals; Technical Resource Document
• Compilation  of Current Practices at Land  Disposal Facili-
  ties; Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Ac-
  tion  Leakage  Rates,  Response  Action  Plans, and
  Management of  Liquids in Landfills
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Crite-
  ria (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 Releases Final Rule on
  Liners and Leak Detection Systems
• Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum Technologi-
  cal Requirements of HSWA of 1984, Respecting Liners
  and Leachate Collection Systems; Reauthorization Statu-
  tory Interpretation #5D
• Joint  NRC/EPA Guidance on  a Conceptual  Design Ap-
  proach for Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and
  Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities
• Landfill  and  Surface Impoundment Performance Evalu-
  ation
• 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, Con-
  struction, and Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
  for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
  sign, Construction, and Operation  (Draft)
• Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to De-
  termine Required  Liner Thickness
• RCRA Guidance  Document: Landfill  Design, Liner Sys-
  tems and Final Cover; Draft
• RCRA  Guidance  Document:  Surface  Impoundments,
  Liner Systems, Final Cover, and  Free Board Control; Draft
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
• SOILINER Model
• Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical Manual
• Technical Guidance Document:  Fabrication of Polyethyl-
  ene FML Field Seams


LIQUID  RELEASE TEST [LRT]

• Background Document for the Liquid Release Test; Single
  Laboratory Evaluation and 1988 Collaborative Study
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final  Rule Regard-
  ing Liquids in Hazardous Waste Landfills
• Test Method 9096: Liquid Release Test (LRT) Procedure


MARKETS

• Construction Products Containing Recovered Materials
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   EPA  Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA to Develop  Guidance on
  the Use of the  Terms "Recycled" and "Recyclable" in
  Product Labeling  and Advertising
• How to Start or Expand a Recycling Collection Program
• Manufacturing from Recyclables: 24 Case Studies of Suc-
  cessful Recycling Enterprises
• Multimaterial  Source Separation in Marblehead   and
  Somerville, Massachusetts; Volume II: Collection and Mar-
  keting; Volume III: Materials and Refuse; Composition of
  Source  Separated Materials  and  Refuse; Volume IV: En-
  ergy Use and Savings from  Source Separated Materials
  and Other Solid Waste Management Alternatives for Mar-
  blehead; Volume V:  Citizen Attitudes  Toward  Source
  Separation
• Non-Paper Office Products Containing Recovered Materi-
  als
• Parks and  Recreation Products  Containing  Recovered
  Materials
• Promoting Source Reduction and Recyclability in the Mar-
  ketplace
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• Recycling Means Business: EPA's Market Development
  Strategy
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials: Marketing
• 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)
• Reusable News (Spring 1994)
• Reusable News (Summer 1994)
• Reusable News (Fall 1994)
• Source Separation: The Community Awareness Program
  in Somerville and Marblehead, Massachusetts
• Transportation Products Containing Recovered Materials
• Vehicular Products Containing Recovered Materials
• Waste Prevention, Recycling, and Composting Options:
  Lessons from 30 Communities
• WasteWi$e: EPA's Voluntary Program for Reducing Busi-
  ness Solid Waste
• WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Buying or Manufacturing Recycled
  Products

MARKETS-ALUMINUM
• Markets for Recovered Aluminum
• Summary of Markets for Recovered Aluminum
MARKETS—GLASS
• Markets for Recovered Glass
• Summary of Markets for Recovered Glass

MARKETS—PAPIER
• Background Documentation for Minimum Content Stand-
  ards
• Draft Paper Products RMAN  [Recovered Materials Advi-
  sory Notice]; Supporting Analyses
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Paper and Paper Products
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline
• Mills  Which  Manufacture  Printing and  Writing  Paper,
  Computer Paper, Office Paper, Envelopes, Bristols, and
  Coated Printing and Writing Papers, Using Recovered Pa-
  per              i
• Mills  Which Produce Newsprint Containing at Least 40
  Percent Postconsumer Recovered Paper
• Office Paper Recycling: An Implementation Manual
• Reusable News (Fall 1990)
• Reusable News (Summer 1990)
• Tissue Mills Which Use Postconsumer Recovered Paper

MARKETS—PLASTICS
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Plastics:
  Production, Use, and Disposal
The Facts About
MARKETS-BATTERIES
MARKETS—TIRES
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Mercury in the Municipal Solid
  Waste (MSW) Stream
• 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
• Landscaping  Products Containing Recovered Materials
• Markets for Compost
• Summary of Markets for Compost
• Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight Programs
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Retread Tires
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline
• Markets for Scrap Tiies
• Reusable News (Winter 1991)
• Reusable News (Fall 1992)
• State Scrap Tire Programs: A Quick Reference Guide
• Summary of Markets for Scrap Tires

MARKETS-USED OIL
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Re-Refined Lubricating Oil
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline
• How to Set Up a Local Program to Recycle Used Oil
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• Used Oil Recycling (Summer 1992)
• Vehicular Products Containing Recovered Materials


MEDICAL WASTES

• Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Patient Flyer)
• Disposal Tips for Home  Health Care (Professional Bro-
  chure)
• EPA Guide for Infectious Waste Management
• Handle with Care:  How to Throw Out Used Insulin Syr-
  inges and Lancets at Home; A Booklet for Young People
  with Diabetes and their Families
• Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering Phase;
  Rnal Report
• Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250.14); Identification and List-
  ing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
  3001
• Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Generators
* Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Transporters
• Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Treatment, Destruction, and Disposal
  Facilities
• Medical Waste Management in the United States:  First In-
  terim Report to Congress
• Medical Waste Management in  the United States:  Sec-
  ond Interim Report to Congress
• Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988
• Tracking Medical Wastes (Brochure)


MERCURY WASTES

• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential for
  Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed Univer-
  sal Waste Rule
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K071 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
  K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Universal Standards; Volume  A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Universal Standards; Volume  B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Characterization of Municipal  Waste Combustion  Ash,
  Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of Products Containing Mercury in Mu-
  nicipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000
• Combustion  of  Hazardous Wastes Containing  Arsenic,
  Lead, and Mercury
• 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:  Options Proposed for Manag-
  ing Discarded Fluorescent and Other Lights That Contain
  Mercury
• Environmental Fact  Sheet:   Report Analyzes Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of July 16. 1980,
  Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31 and 261.32); Identifi-
  cation and Listing of Hazardous Waste  Under RCRA, Sub-
  title C, Section 3001
• Pilot-Scale ESP and  Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate,  Metals, and HCI  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:  BOAT  Related  Comments; D009:  Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Mercury and P and  U Wastes Contain-
  ing Mercury; K045, K046, and K047:  Wastes from the
  Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives; D011: Char-
  acteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120:  Vanadium Con-
  taining 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:  BOAT 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
• Reusable News (Summer 1992)
METHYL BROMIDE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107,  K108,
  K109, K110,  K111,  K112, U328, U353, K1T7, K118,  K136,
  K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
  Debris
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METHYL ETHYL PYRIDINE PRODUCTION
WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Stripping Still Tails from the Produc-
  tion of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third  Third  Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-M:  BOAT Related  Comments; K017:  Wastes
  from the  Production of  Epichlorohydrin;  K028,  K029,
  K095, and  K096:   Production  of  1,1,1 -Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters  Containing   BOAT  Constituents;   K022:
  Wastes from the  Production  of Phenol/Acetone;  K025:
  Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Nitrobenzene;
  K035:  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the Produc-
  tion of Creosote; K026:  Stripping Still  Tails from the Pro-
  duction  of Methyl Ethyl  Pyridine; K083:    Distillation
  Bottoms from the Production of Aniline Oxygenated Hy-
  drocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P Wastes; F024: Pro-
  duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons


MINING WASTES

• Abstracts of Selected Precious Metal Mines' Permits
• Application of Geophysics to Acid Mine Drainage Investi-
  gations;  Volume I:  Literature  Review and Theoretical
  Background
• Application of Geophysics to Acid Mine Drainage Investi-
  gations; Volume II: Site Investigations
• 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  Mem-
  ber States
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:   Agency  Determines  Final
  Regulatory  Status of Special Wastes from Mineral  Proc-
  essing
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Agency Releases  Report to
  Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Processing
• 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
• Geochemical Modeling of Mine Pit Water:  An Overview
  and Application of Computer Codes
• Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines (Complete Set)
• Innovative Methods of Managing Environmental Releases
  at Mine Sites
• Location of Mines and Factors Affecting Exposure
• Mining Sites in the National Priorities List; NPL Site Sum-
  mary Reports (Complete Set)
• Projected  Regulatory, Programmatic, and Fiscal Impacts
  of EPA's Strawman II on State Mine Waste Management
  Programs (Complete Set)
• Quantities  of  Cyanide-Bearing  and   Acid-Generating
  Wastes Generated by the Mining and Beneficiating Indus-
  tries, and the Potentials for Contaminant Release
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Report to Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Proc-
  essing:  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
• Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data
• Strawman  II:   Recommendations for a Regulatory Pro-
  gram 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 Ex-
  traction  and  Beneficiation  of  Metallic  Ores,  Phosphate
  Rock, Asbestos,  Overburden  from Uranium Mining, and
  Oil Shale
• Summary of Comments on Mining Waste Report to Con-
  gress
• Summary  of  Data Presented in the Background Docu-
  ment for Effluent Limitations  Guidelines and Standards:
  Mineral Mining and Processing Point Source Category
• Summary  of  Data Presented in the Background Docu-
  ment for Effluent Limitations  Guidelines and  Standards:
  Ore Mining and Dressing Point Source Category
• Technical Document: Acid Mine Drainage Prediction
• Technical Report: Design and Evaluation of Tailings Dams
• Technical Report: Treatment  of Cyanide Heap Leaches
  and Tailings
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and Beneficia-
  tion of Ores and Minerals; Volume 1: Lead - Zinc
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and Beneficia-
  tion of Ores and Minerals; Volume 2: Gold
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and Beneficia-
  tion of Ores and Minerals; Volume 3: Iron
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and Beneficia-
  tion of Ores and Minerals; Volume 4: Copper
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and Beneficia-
  tion of Ores and Minerals; Volume 5: Uranium
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and Beneficia-
  tion of Ores and Minerals; Volume 6: Gold Placers
• Technical Resource Document: Extraction and Beneficia-
  tion of Ores and Minerals; Volume 7: Phosphate and Mo-
  lybdenum
• Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste Regula-
  tory Determination
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• U,S, Environmental Protection Agency Mine Waste Policy
  Dialogue Committee Meeting Summaries and Supporting
  Material
• Water Quality in Open Pit Precious Metal Mines
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE [MSW]	

• Addendum to the Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final
  Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management Alter-
  natives
• Characterization of Municipal Solid  Waste in the United
  States, 1960-2000
• Characterization of Municipal Solid  Waste in the United
  States: 1994 Update
• Characterization of Products Containing Lead and Cadmium
  in Municipal Solid Waste in the United  States, 1970 to 2000
• Characterization of Products Containing Mercury in Mu-
  nicipal 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
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Updated Re-
  view of Selected Provisions of Solid Waste Regulations
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management (Pro-
  motional Brochure)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Mercury  in the Municipal Solid
  Waste (MSW) Stream
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Municipal Landfill Regulations
  Mean Safer Disposal of Solid Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Recycling  Municipal Solid
  Waste: 1994 Facts and Figures
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Report to Congress on Flow
  Control and Municipal Solid Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: SWICH:  EPA's National Solid
  Waste Information Clearinghouse
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Update Released on Solid
  Waste Management in the United States
• Guide to Energy from Municipal Waste for Small Commu-
  nities
• Heuristic Routing for Solid Waste Collection Vehicles
• Is Unit Pricing Right for Your Community?
• Joining Forces on Solid Waste Management: Regionaliza-
  tion Is Working in Rural and Small Communities
• MSW Factbook
• Municipal Solid Waste Flow Control: Summary of Public
  Comments
 Native  American  Network:   A  RCRA  Information  Ex-
 change
 Pay as You Throw: Lessons Learned About Unit Pricing
 Preliminary Use  and Substitutes Analysis of  Lead and
 Cadmium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
 RCRA  Implementation Plans (RIP);  Fiscal Years:   1990-
 1994
 RCRA  Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1995;  Ad-
 dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications, or Additions
 to FY 1994 RIP
 Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for Mu-
 nicipal 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
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Accounting Format
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Financing
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Further Assistance
' Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Interim Report
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials:  Marketing
> Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for  Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Planning and Overview
> Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for  Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Procurement
' Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for  Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Risks and Contracts
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for  Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Technologies
> Reusable News
• 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 Resource Guide for Native Americans: Where
 to Find Funding and Technical Assistance
• Unit Pricing: Providing an Incentive to Reduce Municipal
 Solid Waste
• Variable Rates  in Solid Waste: Handbook for Solid Waste
 Officials; Volumes I and II
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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 (Com-
  plete Set)

• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• 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:  Report Analyzes Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash,  Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Implementation Strategy of U.S. Supreme Court Decision
  in City of Chicago v, EOF for Municipal Waste Combus-
  tion Ash; Memorandum
• MSW Factbook

• Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and Leachate Charac-
  terization;  Monofill Baseline  Year; Woodburn  Monofill;
  Woodburn, Oregon
• Municipal Waste Combustion Study (Complete Set)
• 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.
  EOF Municipal Waste Combustion Ash Supreme Court
  Decision; Memorandum
• Sampling and  Analysis  of Municipal  Refuse Incinerator
  Ash; Draft
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE—SITING

• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Crite-
  ria (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Location Re-
  strictions (Subpart B); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Guide for
  Owners/Operators
• 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 Pub-
  lic Involvement
   Siting Our Solid Waste: Making Public Involvement Work
   (Brochure)
   Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical Manual
 MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS
 [MSWLF]

 • Addendum to the Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final
  Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
 • Alternative Daily Cover Materials for Municipal Solid Waste
  Landfills

 • Characterization  of MWC Ashes and  Leachates from
  MSW Landfills, Monofills, and  Co-Disposal Sites (Com-
  plete 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: Closure and
  Post-Closure Care and  Financial  Responsibility Require-
  ments  (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32); Draft Back-
  ground Document    ;
 • Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Crite-
  ria (Subpart D); Draft Eiackground  Document
 • Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Groundwater
  Monitoring and Corrective Action (Subpart E)
 • Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Location Re-
  strictions (Subpart B); Draft Background Document
 • Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Operating Cri-
  teria (Subpart C); Draft Background Document
 • Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Summary of
  Data on Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Leachate Charac-
  teristics
 • Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Updated Re-
  view 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
 • Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Effective  Date  Delayed for
  Landfill Financial Assurance Requirements
 • Environmental  Fact Sheet: Final Cover Requirements for
  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
 • Environmental  Fact Sheet: Financial Assurance Mecha-
  nisms Proposed for Landfill Operators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Municipal Landfill Regulations
  Mean Safer  Disposal of Solid Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Options Proposed for Manag-
  ing Discarded Fluorescent and Other Lights That Contain
  Mercury

• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Small Communities and the
  Municipal Landfill Regulations
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• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Some Deadlines in Federal
  Regulations Extended for Small Landfills; Extra Time Pro-
  vided to Landfills in Midwest Flood Regions
• Guidance Manual for the Classification of Solid Waste Dis-
  posal Facilities
• List of Municipal Waste Landfills
• MSW Factbook
* Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Permit Programs: A Primer
  for Tribes
• National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill Facili-
  ties
• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for Mu-
  nicipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
• Reusable News (Spring 1994)
• Safer  Disposal for Solid Waste: The Federal Regulations
  for Landfills
• Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria: Technical Manual
• Subtitle D Municipal Landfill Survey Report (1986)


NEWSLETTERS	

• Native American Network: A RCRA Information Exchange
• Reusable News
• Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's Hazardous Waste
  Minimization and  Combustion Activities
• Used  Oil Recycling
• WasteWi$e Update


NITROBENZENE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for  Distillation Bottoms from the Pro-
  duction of Nitrobenzene  by the  Nitration of Benzene,
  K025 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K103 and K104
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M:  BOAT Related Comments;  K017:  Wastes
  from  the Production  of  Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029,
  K095, and K096:  Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters  Containing   BOAT   Constituents;  K022:
  Wastes from the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Nitrobenzene;
  K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the  Produc-
  tion of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still Tails from the Pro-
  duction  of Methyl Ethyl  Pyridine; K083:   Distillation
  Bottoms from the Production of Aniline Oxygenated Hy-
  drocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P Wastes; F024: Pro-
  duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
NON-HAZARDOUS WASTES
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
• Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the Proposed Con-
  ditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• 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  Re-
  cycling
• Environmental Fact  Sheet: Proposed Standards for Non-
  municipal Solid Waste Facilities
• Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
• Guidance Manual for the Classification of Solid Waste  Dis-
  posal  Facilities
• Inventory of Open Dumps
• List of Industrial  Waste Landfills and Construction and
  Demolition Waste Landfills
• 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-RE-REFINED LUBRICATING OIL
see also SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-USED OIL
 • Crude Oil and Natural  Gas Exploration  and Production
  Wastes:  Exemption from RCRA Subtitle C Regulation
 • 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 Ex-
  ploration, Development, and  Production of Crude Oil,
  Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy (Complete Set)
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 • Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
  States; Volumes I and II
 • Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and  Natural Gas; Field Sampling and
  Analytical Results and Appendices A-G
ORGANIC CHEMICAL WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Pro-
  duction of Aniline, K083 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Pro-
  duction  of Nitrobenzene  by  the Nitration of Benzene,
  K025  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Halogenated  Pesticide and Chlo-
  robenzene Wastes (K032-K034,  K041, K042, K085, K097,
  K098, K105, and D012-D017) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K009 and K010 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K011, K013, and K014 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K011, K013, and K014; Addendum
  for Acrylonitrile Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K015 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K015; Addendum (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K016, K018, K019, K020, and K030
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K021 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K022 (Non-CBI  Version) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT Back-
  ground Document for K022; Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K024 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K103 and K104 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes:  K107, K108,
  K109,  K110,  K111, K112, U328, U353,  K117 K118, K136,
  K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground 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) Back-
   ground  Document foe  Phthalate Wastes,  K023, K093,
   K094, and Various P arid U Codes (Final)
 •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for Stripping Still Tails from the Produc-
   tion of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026 (Final)
 •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground  Document for  Universal Standards;  Volume A:
   Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
   Hazardous Wastes (Final)
 •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground  Document for  Universal Standards;  Volume B:
   Universal Standards for  Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
   ardous Wastes (Final)
 •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Dini-
   trotoluene,  Toluenediamine,  and  Toluene  Diisocyanate
   K027 K111-K116, U221, and U223 (Final)
 •  Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground  Document for  Wastes  from the  Production of
   Epichlorohydrin, K017 (Final)
 •  Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-
   Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096 (Final)
 •  Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-
  Trichloroethane,   K028,  K029,   K095,   and   K096;
  Amendment (Final)
 •  Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Documents for Wastes for Which  Wastewater
  Treatment Standards Were Determined Based on Con-
  centrations  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: EPA Finalizes Listing of Wastes
  from the Production of Carbamates and  Adds 58 Chemi-
  cals to the Off-Specifications Product List
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA  Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
  Act Systems
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Simplifies Land Disposal
  Restrictions by Establishing a Set of Universal Treatment
  Standards, and  Finalizes  Treatment Standards  for 42
  Newly Listed and Identified Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Toxicity Characteristic Rule Fi-
  nalized
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly  Listed Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
  Debris
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• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Vblume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Vblume 1-K:  BOAT Related Comments; F025:  Wastes
  from the Production  of  Chlorinated  Aliphatics;  K002-
  K008:  Inorganic Pigments;  K011, K013, K014: Acryloni-
  triles; K015:  Still Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:
  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, For-
  mulating, and  Loading  of  Lead-Based Initiating  Gam-
  pounds; K061: Electric Arc  Furnace  Dust; and  K069:
  Emission Control  Dust/Sludge from   Secondary Lead
  Smetting
• Response to Comments Background  Document  for the
  Third Third Land  Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Vblume  1-M:  BOAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes
  from the Production  of  Epichlorohydrin;  K028,  K029,
  K095,  and K096:   Production  of  1,1,1 -Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters  Containing  BOAT  Constituents;  K022:
  Wastes from the Production of Phenol/Acetone;  K025:
  Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Nitrobenzene;
  K035:  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the  Produc-
  tion of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still Tails from the Pro-
  duction of Methyl Ethyl  Pyridine; K083:   Distillation
  Bottoms from the Production of Aniline Oxygenated Hy-
  drocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P Wastes; F024: Pro-
  duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
• Response  to Comments  Background  Document  for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Vblume 1-N: BDAT Related Comments; Halogenated Or-
  ganic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic, Organo-Sul-
  fur  Compounds,  and  Organo-Nitrogen   Compound
  Wastes; and Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene,
  Halogenated Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes


 ORGANOBROMINE WASTES	

 • Environmental  Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
  Act Systems


 ORGANOPHOSPHORUS WASTES	

 • Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K036
  Nonwastewaters; Amendment (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
  K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
 • Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Vblume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-O: BDAT Related Comments; K048-K052: Petro-
  leum Refining  Industry Wastes;  K036: Organophosphorus
  Wastes (Nonwastewaters); K037: Wastewater Treatment
  Sludges from the Production of Disulfoton


PAPER	

see MARKETS-PAPER
see PROCUREMENT-PAPER  AND PAPER PRODUCTS
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-PAPER


PERMITS AND PERMITTING	

see also CLOSURE/POST-CLOSURE
• Abstracts of Selected Precious Metal Mines' Permits
• Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;  Part I: ACL Pol-
  icy  and Information Requirements;  Part  II: Based  on
  264.94(B) Criteria; Case Studies
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial Fur-
  naces (as of November 1, 1994)
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial Fur-
  naces: Cement Kilns Only (as of November 1,1994)
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Incinerators (as of Novem-
  ber 1, 1994)
• Construction  Quality  Assurance  for Hazardous Waste
  Land Disposal Facilities; Technical Guidance Document
• Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology
  under RCRA (Complete Set)
• Criteria for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities: A Guide for
  Owners/Operators
• Draft Hazardous Waste  Minimization and Combustion
  Strategy: Announcement and Review of Past Activities
 • Draft Strategy for Combustion of Hazardous Waste
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to Requirements
  for Hazardous Waste Incinerator Permits
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Changes to Interim Status Fa-
  cilities; Modifications to Hazardous Waste Permits; Proce-
  dures for Post-Closure Permitting
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Coke Ovens Temporarily Ex-
  empted from BIF Rule Provisions
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Seeks Public Involvement
  in Implementing Draft Strategy on Hazardous Waste Mini-
  mization and Combustion
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  More Public Participation in
  RCRA and Revised Combustion Permitting Procedures
  Proposed
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Rulemaking on Cor-
  rective Action for Solid Waste Management Units at Haz-
  ardous Waste Management Facilities
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• Environmental Fact  Sheet: Revisions Proposed to Post-
  Closure Landfill Requirements
• Environmental Fact  Sheet: Source Reduction and Com-
  bustion of Hazardous Waste
• EPA Administrator Browner Announces  New Hazardous
  Waste Reduction and Combustion Strategy
• Exposure  Assessment Guidance for RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities; Draft
• 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
• Financial Requirements (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
  H); Standards Applicable to  Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
  ties Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Financial  Requirements; Interim  Status  Standards  (40
  CFR 265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance
• 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
• General Facility Standards for Location  of Facilities  (40
  CFR 264, Subpart B, Section 264.18); Standards Applica-
  ble to Owners and Operators of  Hazardous Waste Treat-
  ment, Storage,  and Disposal  Facilities  Under RCRA,
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• General Issues Concerning Interim 'Status Standards  (40
  CFR 265); Standards Applicable to Owners and Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,  and Dis-
  posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section  3004
• 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 Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
  Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR 265, Subpart  F); Stand-
  ards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Facilities Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Groundwater Monitoring  Guidance for Owners and Op-
  erators of Interim Status Facilities
• Guidance Document for Subpart  F: Air Emission Monitor-
  ing; Land Disposal Toxic Air Emissions Evaluation Guide-
  line
• Guidance Document: Seismic Considerations in Hazard-
  ous Waste  Management Facilities
• Guidance for Facility Management Planning; Draft
• Guidance for Permit Writers:  Facilities Storing Hazardous
  Waste in Containers
 •  Guidance Manual for Cost  Estimates for Closure  and
   Post-Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I: Treat-
   ment and Storage Facilities; Volume II: Land Disposal Fa-
   cilities; Volume III: Unit Costs; Volume IV: Documentation
 •  Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Incinerator  Per-
   mits; Final Report
 •  Guidance Manual for Research, Development, and Dem-
   onstration Permits (40 CFR Section 270.65)
 •  Guidance Manual on Hazardous  Waste Land Treatment
   Closure/Post-Closure (40 CFR Part 265)
 •  Guidance on Issuing Permits  to  Facilities Required to
   Analyze Groundwater for Appendix VIII Constituents
 •  Guide for Preparing RCRA Permit Applications for Exist-
   ing Facilities
 •  Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial Furnaces (as of
   November 1, 1994)
 •  Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities (Universe of Haz-
   ardous Waste Combustion Facilities as of 5/1/94)
 •  Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting Study
 •  Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions and Answers
 •  Hazardous Waste Incinerators (as of November 1, 1994)
 •  Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
 •  Incineration Standards (40 CFR  264 and 265, Subpart O);
   Standards Applicable to Owners  and Operators of  Haz-
   ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
   Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
 •  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 Opera-
  tors  of Hazardous Waste  Treatment, Storage, and  Dis-
   posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
 • 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
  3004
 • Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR 265, Sub-
  part N); Standards Applicable to Owners and  Operators
  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
  cilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
 • Interim Status Standards for Thermal  Treatment Proc-
  esses 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
• Interim Status Surface Impoundments;  Retrofitting Vari-
  ances; Guidance Document
• Liability Coverage; Requirements for Owners and Opera-
  tors  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and  Dis-
  posal Facilities; A Guidance Manual
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• Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
• Memorandum on the Application of Enhanced Public Par-
  ticipation and Stronger Combustion Permitting Require-
  ments
• Memorandum on Trial Burns (Guidance on Trial Burn Fail-
  ures)
• Model RCRA Permit for Hazardous  Waste Management
  Facilities
• Modifying RCRA Permits
• Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Permit Programs: A Primer
  for Tribes
• No Migration Variances to the Hazardous Waste Land Dis-
  posal Prohibitions: A Guidance Manual for Petitioners;
  Draft
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Exposure Infor-
  mation Requirements Under RCRA, Section 3019
• Permit Applicants'  Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
  Land  Treatment, Storage,  and  Disposal Facilities; Final
  Draft
• Permit Applicants'  Guidance Manual for the General Facil-
  ity Standards of 40 CFR 264
• Permit Guidance  Manual  on  Hazardous Waste Land
  Treatment Demonstrations
• Permit Guidance Manual on Unsaturated Zone Monitor-
  ing for Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Units
• Permit Process Steps: For Interim Status Hazardous
  Waste Combustion  Facilities and for  New Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities
• Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
  Land Treatment, Storage,  and Disposal Facilities; Phase
  1: Criteria for Location Acceptability and Existing Applica-
  ble Regulations
• Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
  Tank Standards
• Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater and
  Air Emission Monitoring
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater Pro-
  tection Standard
• Permitting  of Land Disposal Facilities:  Information  Re-
  quirements for Permitting Discharges; General Standards
  Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Land Treatment
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Landfills
• Permitting  of Land  Disposal Facilities:  Overview; Back-
  ground Document
• Permitting  of Land  Disposal  Facilities:  Performance
  Standards for Land Disposal Facilities
 Permitting of Land  Disposal Facilities: Surface Impound-
 ments
 Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Underground Injec-
 tion; Background Document
 Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Waste Piles
 Plans, Recordkeeping, Variances, and Demonstrations for
 Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
 ties; A Guidance Manual
 Press Release Announcing EPA's Proposal Expanding
 Opportunities for Public Participation in the Permitting of
 All Hazardous Waste Facilities, Including Incinerators and
 Other Hazardous Waste Burners
 Procedural Guidance for Reviewing Exposure Information
 Under RCRA, Section  3019
 Proposed Additions to Standards for Hazardous Waste In-
 cineration  (40 CFR 264.342 and 264.343); Standards Ap-
 plicable to Owners and Operators of  Hazardous Waste
 Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
 Subtitle C, Section 3004
• RCRA  Corrective Action Interim Measures Guidance; In-
 terim Final
> RCRA Corrective Action Plan; Final
> RCRA   Groundwater  Monitoring   Compliance   Order
 Guidance
* RCRA  Groundwater  Monitoring  Technical Enforcement
 Guidance  Document (TEGD) (Final)
> RCRA  Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years:  1987-
 1994
> RCRA  Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal Year 1995; Ad-
 dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications,  or Additions
 to FY 1994 RIP
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium (Complete Set)
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
 sion I
> RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
 sion 2
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
 sion 3
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
 sion 4
• RCRA Permit Quality Protocol; Draft
• RCRA Public Involvement Manual
• RCRA Sites on CD-ROM
• RCRIS Extract Tape
• Regional  Guidance Manual for Selected Interim Status
 Requirements (Draft)
> Regulation of Fuel  Blending and Related Treatment and
 Storage Activities Memo
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• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
  Volume 1-P: BOAT Related Comments; Leachates
• Reusable News (Spring 1994)
• Safer Disposal for Solid Waste: The Federal Regulations
  for Landfills
• Soil Properties, Classification,  and Hydraulic Conductivity
  Testing

• Statement by Carol M.  Browner, EPA Administrator,  on
  Hazardous Waste Reduction and Combustion Strategy
• Statement of Michael Shapiro, Director of the Office of
  Solid Waste: Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization
  and Combustion
• Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combus-
  tion
• Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's Hazardous Waste
  Minimization and Combustion Activities (Issue #1)
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Determining
  Appropriate Technology and Response for Air Releases;
  Draft Final Report
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Subsurface
  Gas
• Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler and
  Industrial Furnace Regulations
• Technical Resource  Document for Obtaining Variances
  from the Secondary Containment Requirement of Hazard-
  ous Waste Tank Systems; Volumes I and II
• Technical Resource Document for the Storage and Treat-
  ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems
• Universe of Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities (as of
  November 1, 1994)
• Update on Implementation of the Hazardous Waste Mini-
  mization and Combustion Strategy
• Waste Analysis at Facilities That  Generate, Treat, Store,
  and Dispose of Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance Manual
• Waste Management Area (WMA) and Supplemental Well
  (SPW) Guidance; Final


PESTICIDE WASTES

• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential for
  Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed Univer-
  sal Waste Rule
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chlo-
  robenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085, K097
  K098, K105, and D012-D017) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K031, K084, K101,  K102, Charac-
  teristic Arsenic Wastes (D004), Characteristic Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and  U Wastes Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K037  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K037; Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K043 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K099 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107, K108,
  K109, K110,  K111, K112, U328,  U353, K117,  K118, K136,
  K123, K124, K125, K126, K131. K132, U359 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  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) Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K036
  Nonwastewaters; Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
  K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document  for  Wastewater  Treatment Sludges
  Generated in the Production of Creosote K035 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA  Simplifies Land Disposal
  Restrictions by Establishing a Set of Universal Treatment
  Standards, and  Finalizes  Treatment  Standards for  42
  Newly Listed  and  Identified Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Final Streamlined Regulations
  for Collecting and Managing Universal Wastes
• Environmental  Fact  Sneet:  Toxicity  Characteristic  Rule
  Finalized             i
                      I
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly Listed  Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
  Debris               i
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1:  Treatment Standards Related Comments
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• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
  Volume 1-M:  BOAT Related Comments;  K017:  Wastes
  from the  Production  of  Epichlorohydrin;  K028,  K029,
  K095, and  K096:   Production  of  1,1,1 -Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters  Containing  BOAT  Constituents;  K022:
  Wastes from the Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
  Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Nitrobenzene;
  K035: Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the Produc-
  tion of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still Tails from the Pro-
  duction of  Methyl  Ethyl Pyridine;  K083:   Distillation
  Bottoms from the Production of Aniline Oxygenated Hy-
  drocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P Wastes; F024:  Pro-
  duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
  Volume 1-N:  BOAT Related  Comments; Halogenated Or-
  ganic, Pharmaceutical,  Brominated Organic, Organo-Sul-
  fur  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 1-O:  BOAT Related Comments; K048-K052: Petro-
  leum Refining Industry Wastes; K036:  Organophosphorus
  Wastes (Nonwastewaters); K037:  Wastewater Treatment
  Sludges from the Production of Disulfoton
PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTES	

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K048, K049, K050, K051, and K052
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K048, K049, K050, K051, and K052;
  Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Newly  Listed Refinery  Wastes:
  F037 and F038 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  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 (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents for Wastes for Which  Wastewater
  Treatment Standards Were Determined  Based on Con-
  centrations 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:  EPA Amends Primary Petro-
  leum Sludge Listing
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Listing of Wastes from Primary
  Treatment of Oily Wastewaters
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20 Newly  Listed Hazardous Wastes and  Hazardous
  Debris
• Guidance for the Analysis of Refinery Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-O: BOAT 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 2-2: Capacity Related Comments
PHENOL PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BDAT Back-
  ground 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 Produc-
  tion 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


PHORATE  PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
  K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
PHTHALATE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K024 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Phthalate Wastes,  K023, K093,
  K094, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
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 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents for  Wastes  for Which Wastewater
  Treatment Standards Were Determined Based on Con-
  centrations 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)
 • Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments

 PIGMENT WASTES
 see INORGANIC PIGMENT WASTES

 PLASTICS
 see MARKETS-PLASTICS
 see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-PLASTICS

 POLLUTION PREVENTION
 see SOURCE REDUCTION [NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE]
 see WASTE MINIMIZATION [HAZARDOUS WASTE]

 POSTERS
 • Copy Paper Caper
 • Recycle: You Can Make a Ton of Difference
 • Ride the Wave of the Future: Recycle Today
 • Why Waste a Fleet? Just Use a Sheet

 PROCUREMENT
 • Construction Products Containing Recovered Materials
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA  Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Municipal Solid Waste Preven-
  tion in Federal Agencies
 • Landscaping Products Containing Recovered Materials
 • Non-Paper Office Products Containing Recovered Materi-
  als
 • Parks and Recreation Products  Containing Recovered
  Materials
• Procurement Guidelines for Government Agencies
• Resource Recovery Plant  Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials:  Procurement
• Reusable News (Winter 1990)
• Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)
• Reusable News (Fall 1991)
 • Reusable News (Spring 1992)
 • Reusable News (Fall 1992)
 • Reusable News (Winter/Spring 1993)
 • Reusable News (Winter 1994)
 • Reusable News (Spring 1994)
 • Reusable News (Fall 1994)
 • Reusable News (Winter 1995)
 • Reusable News (Spring 1995)
 • Transportation Products Containing Recovered Materials
 • Vehicular Products Containing Recovered Materials
 • WasteWi$e: ERA'S Voluntary Program for Reducing Busi-
   ness Solid Waste
 • WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Buying or Manufacturing Recycled
   Products

 PROCUREMENT—[BUILDING INSULATION
 • Construction Products Containing Recovered Materials
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
   Building Insulation Containing Recovered Materials
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:   EPA Issues Comprehensive
   Procurement Guideline

 PROCUREMENT—CEMENT AND CEMENT
 PRODUCTS CONTAIN ING FLY ASH
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Cement and Concrete Containing Fly Ash
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:   EPA Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline
                     !

 PROCUREMENT-PAPER AND PAPER
 PRODUCTS
 • Background  Documentation  for  Minimum  Content
  Standards
 • Draft Paper Products RMAN [Recovered Materials Advi-
  sory Notice]; Supporting Analyses
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Paper and Paper Products
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline
 • Mills  Which  Manufacture Printing  and Writing  Paper,
  Computer Paper, Office Paper, Envelopes, Bristols, and
  Coated Printing and Writing Papers, Using Recovered Pa-
  per
• Mills  Which  Produce  Newsprint Containing  at Least 40
  Percent Postconsumer Recovered Paper
• Reusable News (Spring 1990)
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• Reusable News (Summer 1990}
• Reusable News (Fall 1990)
• Reusable News (Fall 1991)
• Reusable News (Fall 1992)
• Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1993)
* Reusable News (Spring 1995)
• Tissue Mills Which Use Postconsumer Recovered Paper


PROCUREMENT- RE-REFINED
LUBRICATING OIL	

• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Re-Refined Lubricating Oil
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline
• Vehicular Products Containing Recovered Materials


PROCUREMENT-RETREAD TIRES	

• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Retread Tires
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline


PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT	

• Community-based Environmental Protection: OSWER Ac-
  tion Plan
• Discussion Document for Roundtable Session on Waste
  Minimization
• Draft Hazardous Waste Minimization  and Combustion
  Strategy: Announcement and Review of Past Activities
• Draft RCRA Hazardous Waste Minimization National Plan
• Draft Strategy for Combustion of Hazardous Waste
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: EPA  Releases RCRA Hazard-
  ous Waste Minimization National  Plan
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Seeks Public Involvement
  In Implementing Draft Strategy on Hazardous Waste Mini-
  mization and Combustion
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: More Public  Participation in
  RCRA and Revised Combustion Permitting Procedures
  Proposed
• EPA Lists Public Involvement Opportunities  on  Adminis-
  trator's Combustion Strategy (Press Advisory)
• Hazardous Waste Minimization National Plan
 • Memorandum on the Application of Enhanced Public Par-
  ticipation  and Stronger Combustion Permitting  Require-
  ments
• Permit  Process  Steps:  For  Interim Status  Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities  and for  New  Hazardous
  Waste Combustion Facilities
• Press  Release Announcing EPA's  Proposal  Expanding
  Opportunities for Public Participation in the Permitting of
  All Hazardous Waste Facilities, Including Incinerators and
  Other Hazardous Waste Burners
• RCRA Implementation  Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1991
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):   Fiscal Year 1994 Ad-
  dendum
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal Year 1995; Ad-
  dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications, or Additions
  to FY 1994 RIP
• 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, Cor-
  rective Action, Special Permitting, Compliance and En-
  forcement,  Public Participation; Permitting  Procedures
  (Parts 124 and 270) - General
• RCRA Public Involvement Manual
o Sites for Our Solid Waste: A Guidebook for Effective Pub-
  lic Involvement
• Siting Our Solid Waste:  Making Public Involvement Work
  (Brochure)
• Statement of Michael  Shapiro, Director of the  Office of
  Solid Waste: Strategy  for Hazardous Waste Minimization
  and Combustion
• Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combus-
  tion
• Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's Hazardous Waste
  Minimization and Combustion Activities (Issue #1)
• Summary of Draft RCRA Hazardous Waste Minimization
  National Plan
• Update on Implementation of the Hazardous Waste Mini-
  mization and Combustion Strategy


P-WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Barium Wastes D005 and P013
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for  Characteristic  Ignitable  Wastes
  (D001),  Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents  (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006, F007-F012,
  F019, and Various P and  U Codes)  (Final)
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 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document  for D008 and P and U Lead Wastes
   (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document  for K031, K084,  K101, K102,  Charac-
   teristic Arsenic  Wastes (D004), Characteristic Selenium
   Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic
   and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
 •  Best • Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
   K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
   K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for P and U Thallium Wastes (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document  for  Phthalate Wastes, K023, K093,
   K094, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for Silver-Containing Wastes  D011,
   P099, P104 (Final)
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document  for U and  P  Wastes,  Multisource
   Leachate (F039), Volume  A:  Wastewater Forms of Or-
   ganic U and P Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039)
  for which there are Concentration-Based Treatment Stand-
   ards
 •  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground 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 (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document  for U and  P  Wastes,  Multisource
   Leachate (F039), Volume C: Nonwastewater Forms of Or-
  ganic  U and P Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039)
  for  which  there  are  Concentration-Based  Treatment
  Standards
 • Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  U and  P  Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume D:   Reactive  U and P Waste-
  waters and Nonwastewaters
 • Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  U and  P  Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume E: U and P Gaseous Wastes
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document  for Universal Standards; Volume A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document  for Universal Standards;  Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of  Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for Vanadium-Containing Wastes P119
   and P120  (Final)
                     i
 • Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Documents for  Wastes for  Which Wastewater
   Treatment Standards Were Determined  Based on Con-
   centrations 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 U19G (Final Amendments)
 • Environmental  Fact Sheet: EPA Finalizes Listing of Wastes
   from the Production of Carbamates and Adds 58 Chemi-
   cals to the Off-Specifications Product List
 • Environmental  Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Concentration-
   Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
   Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
   Act Systems
 • Hazardous Waste from Discarding of Commercial Chemi-
   cal Products and  the Containers and  Spill  Residues
   Thereof (40 CFR 261.33);  Identification and Listing of Haz-
   ardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
 • Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated Available
   Technology (BOAT) Treatment Standards
 • RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of the Land Disposal
   Restrictions'  Dilution Prohibition and the Combustion of
   Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste
 • Response  to Comments  Background Document for the
   Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions  Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-A-2:  BOAT;Related Comments; General BOAT
   Issues             ;
 • Response  to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions  Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-D: BOAT  Related Comments; D003: Charac-
  teristic 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:  Charac-
  teristic Wastes  for Arsenic and  K, P, and  U Wastes Con-
  taining 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: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Barium and P013; and  D006:  Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Cadmium
• Response  to Comments  Background  Document for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-H:  BDAT Related Comments;  D008: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Leed and P and U Wastes Containing
  Lead               ;
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• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Mercury and P and  U Wastes Contain-
  ing Mercury; K045, K046, and K047:  Wastes from the
  Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives; D011:  Char-
  acteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium Contain-
  ing Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-M:  BOAT  Related Comments; K017:  Wastes
  from  the  Production of  Epichlorohydrin;  K028,  K029,
  K095, and K096:  Production of 1, 1,  1-Trich!oroethane
  Wastewaters   Containing  BOAT  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 Produc-
  tion 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;
  Vblume 1-Q: BOAT Related Comments; Gases
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments
RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES

• Combined NRG/EPA Siting Guidelines for Disposal  of
  Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous
  Waste
• Guidance on the Definition and Identification of Commer-
  cial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous Waste
  and Answers to Anticipated Questions
• Joint NRC/EPA Guidance on a Conceptual  Design Ap-
  proach for Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and
  Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
  Vblume 1-J: BOAT Related Comments; Mixed Radioactive
  Hazardous Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes; Halo-
  genated 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;
  Vblume 2-3: Capacity Related Comments
RCRA-GENERAL
• Community-based Environmental Protection:  OSWER Ac-
  tion Plan
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Electronic Resources Guide
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Waste Export and Import Act
  of 1991
• EPA Activities under RCRA of 1976 - Annual Report to the
  President and Congress, Fiscal Year 1977
• EPA Activities under RCRA - Annual Report to the Presi-
  dent and Congress, Fiscal Year 1978
• First Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Source
  Reduction
• Forty CFR Parts 190-299
• Fourth Report  to Congress: Resource  Recovery and
  Waste Reduction
• How to Access the RCRA Information Center
• Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982
  to December 1994)
• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991  Monthly Hotline
  Reports
• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1992 Monthly Hotline
  Reports
ซ Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1993 Monthly Hotline
  Reports
• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1994 Monthly Hotline
  Reports
• Native American Network: A RCRA Information Exchange
• RCRA Environmental Indicators; FY 1991 Progress Report
  and Implementation Plan for the Future
• RCRA Environmental Indicators;  FY 1992 Progress Re-
  port
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years:   1987-
  1994
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal Year 1994 Ad-
  dendum
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1995; Ad-
  dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications,  or Additions
  to FY 1994 RIP
• RCRA Orientation Manual: 1990 Edition
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium,  Volume 1:   User's
  Guide, Keyword Index
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
  sion I
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
  sion 2
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
  sion 3
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• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
  sion 4
• RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report (Complete Set)
• RCRA/UST, Superfund, & EPCRA Hotline (Brochure)
• RCRA/UST, Superfund and EPCRA Monthly Hotline Re-
  port (Complete Set)
• Report to Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
  under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Fis-
  cal Years 1980-1985
• Report to Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
  under the Resource Conservation  and Recovery Act:
  Fourth Quarter Fiscal Year 1986 Through Fiscal Year 1987
• Second  Report  to Congress: Resource Recovery and
  Source Reduction
• The Solid Waste Disposal Act as Amended by the Hazard-
  ous and Solid Waste Amendments (The Resource Con-
  servation and Recovery Act)
• Summary of OSW's RCRA Regulatory Reform Analysis;
  Preliminary Results
• Third  Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and
  Source Reduction
REACTIVE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Characteristic  Ignitable Wastes
  (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for U  and P Wastes, Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume D:  Reactive U  and  P Waste-
  waters and  Nonwastewaters
• Design and Development of a Hazardous Waste Reactiv-
  ity Testing Protocol
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
  Act Systems
• Reactivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.23); 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-D:  BOAT Related Comments; D003: Charac-
  teristic 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 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
RECYCLING
see HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING

see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-ALUMINUM

see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-BATTERIES
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-GLASS
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-PAPER
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-PLASTICS
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-TIRES
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-USED OIL


REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSES [RIA]

• Addendum to the Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final
  Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of Land Disposal  Re-
  strictions for Newly Listed Wastes and Contaminated  De-
  bris (Phase I LDRs); Final Rule

• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the Proposed Con-
  ditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for Mu-
  nicipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed Rulemaking
  on Corrective Action for Solid Waste Management Units
• Regulatory Impact Analysis of Land Disposal Restrictions
  for Newly Identified Wastes and Hazardous Soil (Phase II
  LDRs); Final Rule
• Toxicity Characteristic Regulatory Impact Analysis


REPORTS TO CONGRESS

• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Agency Releases Report to
  Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Processing
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Plastics:   The Facts About
  Production, Use, and Disposal

• Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics: The Facts on Source
  Reduction

• Environmental  Fact Sheet: The Facts  About  Plastics in
  the Marine Environment

• Environmental Fact Sheet:  The Facts on Degradable Plas-
  tics

• Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on Recycling Plastics
• EPA Activities Under RCRA of 1976 - Annual Report to the
  President and Congress, Fiscal Year 1977
• EPA Activities Under RCRA - Annual Report to the Presi-
  dent and Congress, Fisca! Year 1978
• First Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Source
  Reduction
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 Fourth Report  to  Congress:  Resource Recovery  and
 Waste Reduction
 Medical Waste Management in the United States: First In-
 terim Report to Congress
 Medical Waste Management in the United States:  Sec-
 ond Interim Report to Congress
 Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Report to Congress
 Report to Congress: A Study of the Use of Recycled Pav-
 ing Material
 Report to Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
 Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Fis-
 cal \fears 1980-1985
 Report to Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
 Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act:
 Fourth Quarter Fiscal Year 1986 Through Fiscal Year 1987
' Report to Congress: Management of Hazardous Wastes
 from Educational Institutions
• Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Ex-
 ploration,  Development,  and Production of Crude Oil,
 Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy (Complete Set)
' Report to Congress:  Methods to Manage and Control
 Plastic Wastes
' Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust
• Report to Congress on Flow Control and Municipal Solid
 Waste
• Report to Congress on  Metal  Recovery, Environmental
 Regulation and Hazardous Waste
> Report to Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Proc-
 essing:  Summary and Findings; Methods and Analyses;
 Appendices
> Report  to Congress on the Discharge of Hazardous
 Wastes to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (The Domes-
 tic Sewage Study)
• Report to Congress on  the Minimization  of Hazardous
 Wastes  (Complete Set)
• Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
 States; Volumes I and II
> Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal
 by Electric Utility Power Plants
• Report  to Congress:  Wastes from the Extraction and
 Beneficiation of Metallic Ores, Phosphate Rock, Asbestos,
 Overburden from Uranium Mining, and Oil Shale
> 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, Compen-
 sation, and Liability Act of 1980
ป Report to the Senate Appropriations Committee: Regula-
 tion of Wood  Preserving Wastes
ป Second Report to Congress:  Resource Recovery and
 Source Reduction
• Summary of Comments on Mining Waste Report to Con-
  gress
• Third  Report to  Congress:  Resource  Recovery and
  Source Reduction


SECONDARY LEAD SMELTING WASTES

• 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
• Response  to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K:  BOAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes  from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:  Still
  Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater Treat-
  ment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and Load-
  ing of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric Arc
  Furnace Dust; and K069:  Emission Control Dust/Sludge
  from Secondary Lead Smelting
• Technical Studies  Supporting the Mining Waste Regula-
  tory Determination


SELENIUM WASTES	

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for  K031, K084, K101, K102, Charac-
  teristic Arsenic  Wastes (D004), Characteristic  Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Universal Standards; Volume A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Universal Standards; Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-E:  BDAT Related Comments; D004:  Characteristic
  Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Containing Arse-
  nic; 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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SILVER WASTES
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Silver-Containing  Wastes D011,
  P099, P104 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Universal Standards; Volume  A:
  Universal  Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Universal Standards; Volume  B:
  Universal  Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-1:  BOAT Related  Comments; D009: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Contain-
  ing  Mercury; K045, K046, and  K047:  Wastes from the
  Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives; D011: Char-
  acteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium Contain-
  ing Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium


SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS

• Background  Document  for  the Conditionally Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Cost and  Economic Impact Analysis of the Proposed Con-
  ditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Does Your Business Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
  Small Businesses  Do
  • Chemical Manufacturers
  • Cleaning and Cosmetics
  • Construction
  • Drycleaning and Laundry
  • Educational and Vocational  Shops
  • Equipment Repair
  • Formulators
  • Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
  • Laboratories
  • 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: Options Proposed for Manag-
  ing Discarded Fluorescent and Other Lights That Contain
  Mercury
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Standards for Non-
  municipal Solid Waste Facilities
 • Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
 • List of Industrial Waste Landfills and  Construction and
  Demolition Waste Landfills
 • National Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generator Sur-
  vey; Final Report
 • National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill Facili-
  ties
 • Proceedings of the Eighth National United States Environ-
  mental Protection Agency Conference on Household Haz-
  ardous  Waste  Management,  November  6-10,  1993,
  Burlington, Vermont
 • RCRA Sites on CD-ROM
 • RCRIS Extract Tape
 • Report to  Congress: Management of Hazardous Wastes
  from Educational Institutions
 • Understanding the Small Quantity Generator Hazardous
  Waste Rules: A Handbook for Small Business
SOLID WASTE REECYCLING

• Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin:  Recycle and Com-
  bat a Life of Grime ((Domic Book)
• Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization: Hazardous and
  Non-Hazardous Solid Waste (1980 to Present)
• Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management Alter-
  natives
• Characterization of  Municipal  Solid Waste in the United
  States: 1994 Update
• Charging Households for Waste Collection and Disposal:
  The Effects of Weight or Volume-Based Pricing on Solid
  Waste Management
• Construction Products Containing Recovered Materials
• The Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid Waste
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Engineering and Environmental Aspects of Recycled Ma-
  terials for Highway Construction
• Environmental Fact Sheet: America's War on Waste
• Environmental Fact  Sheet:  EPA Issues Comprehensive
  Procurement Guideline
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA to Develop Guidance on
  the Use of the Terms  "Recycled" and "Recyclable"  in
  Product Labeling and Advertising
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Municipal Landfill Regulations
  Mean Safer Disposal of Solid Waste
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 Environmental Fact Sheet: Municipal Solid Waste Preven-
 tion in Federal Agencies
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel Convention
 Aim to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk, and Promote Re-
 cycling
 Environmental Fact Sheet:   Recycling  Municipal Solid
 Waste: 1994 Facts and Figures
 Environmental Fact Sheet: SWICH: EPA's National Solid
 Waste Information
 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Update  Released  on Solid
 Waste Management in the United States
 Federal Recycling Program
 Green Advertising Claims
• Guide  to  Energy  from  Municipal  Waste  for  Small
 Communities
> How to Start or Expand a Recycling Collection Program
> Jobs Through Recycling Initiative
> Landscaping  Products Containing Recovered Materials
• Let's Reduce and Recycle: A Curriculum for Solid Waste
 Awareness
> Manual del Consumidor para Reducir los Desechos Soli-
 dos (Spanish translation of Consumer's Handbook for Re-
 ducing Solid Waste)
• Manufacturing from Recyclables: 24 Case Studies of Suc-
 cessful Recycling Enterprises
> MSW Factbook
> Multimaterlal  Source Separation in Marblehead  and
 Somerville, Massachusetts; Volume II: Collection and Mar-
 keting; Volume III:  Materials and Refuse; Composition of
 Source Separated  Materials and  Refuse; Volume IV: En-
 ergy Use  and Savings from Source Separated Materials
 and Other Solid Waste Management Alternatives for Mar-
 blehead;  Volume  V:  Citizen  Attitudes  Toward  Source
 Separation
• Municipal Waste Combustion  Study:  Recycling of Solid
 Waste
ป Native American Network:   A  RCRA  Information  Ex-
 change (Issue #3)  (Summer/FalM991)
• Native American Network: A RCRA Information Exchange
 (Issue  #6) (Fall/Winter 1994)
ป Non-Paper Office Products Containing Recovered Materi-
 als
ป Once There Lived a Wicked Dragon (Coloring Book)
ป Parks  and Recreation Products  Containing Recovered
 Materials
• Proceedings  of the Eighth National United States Environ-
 mental Protection Agency Conference on Household Haz-
 ardous Waste  Management,  November  6-10,  1993,
 Burlington, Vermont
Promoting Source Reduction and Recyclability in the Mar-
ketplace
Recycle Today!  Educational Materials for Grades K-12
(Brochure)
Recycle: You Can Make a Ton of Difference (Brochure)
Recycle: You Can Make a Ton of Difference (Poster)
Recycling in Federal Agencies
Recycling  Means Business: EPA's Market Development
Strategy
Recycling  Works!  State and Local Solutions to Solid
Waste Management Problems
Report to Congress: A Study of the Use of Recycled Pav-
ing Material
Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Accounting Format
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Financing
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Further Assistance
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Interim Report
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials;  Marketing
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Planning and Overview
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Procurement
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Risks and Contracts
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Technologies
Reusable News
Review of Industrial Waste Exchanges
Ride the Wave of the Future: Recycle Today! (Poster)
School Recycling Programs: A Handbook for Educators
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
Document
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action (Final Report
of the Municipal Waste Task Force)
Source Separation  Collection and Processing Equipment;
A User's Guide
Source  Separation: The  Community Awareness Program
in Somerville and Marblehead, Massachusetts
Transportation Products Containing Recovered Materials
Vehicular Products  Containing Recovered Materials
Waste Prevention,  Recycling,  and Composting Options:
Lessons from 30 Communities
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 • WasteWi$e: EPA's Voluntary Program for Reducing Busi-
  ness Solid Waste
 • WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Recycling Collection
 SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—ALUMINUM
 • Markets for Recovered Aluminum
 • Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
 • Summary of Markets for Recovered Aluminum

 SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-BATTERIES
 • Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential for
  Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed Univer-
  sal Waste Rule
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Streamlined Regulations
  for Collecting and Managing Universal Wastes
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Mercury in the Municipal Solid
  Waste (MSW) Stream
 • Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)
 • Reusable News (Spring 1992)
 • Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
 • States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling
 • Used Dry Cell Batteries: Is a Collection Program Right for
  Your Community?

 SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-GLASS	
 • Engineering and Environmental Aspects of Recycled Ma-
  terials for Highway Construction
 • Markets for Recovered Glass
 • Report to Congress: A Study of the Use of Recycled Pav-
  ing Material
 • Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
 • Summary of Markets for Recovered Glass

SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—PAPER
 • Background  Documentation   for  Minimum  Content
  Standards
 • Draft Paper Products RMAN [Recovered Materials  Advi-
  sory Notice]; Supporting Analyses
• Mills  Which  Manufacture Printing and Writing Paper,
  Computer Paper, Office Paper, Envelopes, Bristols, and
  Coated Printing and Writing Papers, Using Recovered Pa-
  per
 • Mills Which Produce Newsprint Containing at Least 40
   Percent Postconsumer Recovered Paper
 • Office Paper Recycling: An Implementation Manual
 • Residential Paper  Recovery:   A  Community  Action
   Program
 ซ Reusable News (Winter 1990)
 • Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
   Document; Appendices A-C
 • Tissue Mills Which Use Postconsumer Recovered Paper

 SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—PLASTICS
 • Engineering and Environmental Aspects of Recycled Ma-
   terials for Highway Construction
 • Environmental Fact  Sheet:  Plastics:   The Facts About
   Production, Use, and Disposal
 • Environmental Fact  Sheet: The  Facts  About Plastics in
   the Marine Environment
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on Recycling Plas-
   tics
 • Report to Congress: A Study of the Use of Recycled Pav-
   ing Material
 • Report to  Congress:  Methods to Manage and Control
   Plastic Wastes
 • Reusable News (Spring 1990)
 • Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)
 • Reusable News (Summer 1992)
 • Reusable News (Winter/Spring 1993)
 • Reusable News (Spring 1995)
 • Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C

 SOLID WASTE RE-CYCLING-TIRES	
 • Engineering and Environmental Aspects of Recycled Ma-
  terials for Highway Construction
 • Markets for Scrap Tires
 • Report to Congress:  A Study of the Use of Recycled Pav-
  ing Material
 • Reusable News (Winter 1991)
 • Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1993)
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
• State Scrap Tire Programs: A Quick Reference Guide
• Summary of Markets  for Scrap Tires
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SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-USED OIL

• Collecting  Used Oil for Recycling/Reuse: Tips for Con-
  sumers Who Change Their Own Motor Oil and Oil Filters
• 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
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Properly Managing Used Oil
  Filters
• How to Set Up a Local Program to Recycle Used Oil
• Recycling Used Oil: For Service Stations and Other Vehi-
  cle-Service Facilities
• Recycling Used Oil: What Can You Do?
• Reusable News (Fall 1991)
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
• Used Oil Recycling
• Vehicular Products Containing Recovered Materials


SOLVENTS 	

see a/so F-WASTES
* 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 Vol-
  umes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
  cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Com-
  plete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Amend-
  ment to Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents;  Revi-
  sions (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for  F002 (1,1,2-Trichloroethane)  and
  F005  (Benzene, 2-Ethoxyethanol, and  2-Nitropropane);
  Amendment (Final)
• Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents
  and Dioxins
 • Questions and Answers on Land Disposal Restrictions for
  Solvents and Dioxins
• 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; Halo-
  genated Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-Halogenated Aromatic U
  Wastes;  F002-F005:  Solvents;  F006:   Electroplating
  Wastewater Treatment Sludges; and  F019:  Aluminum
  Conversion Coating Treatment Sludges


SOURCE REDUCTION [NON-HAZARDOUS
WASTE]	

see also WASTE MINIMIZATION [HAZARDOUS WASTE]
• Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization: Hazardous and
  Non-Hazardous Solid Waste (1980 to Present)
• Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management Alter-
  natives
• Business Guide for Reducing Solid Waste
• Characterization of  Municipal  Solid  Waste in the United
  States: 1994 Update
• Charging Households for Waste Collection and Disposal:
  The Effects of Weight or Volume-Based  Pricing on Solid
  Waste Management
• The Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid Waste
• Copy Paper Caper (Poster)
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Environmental Fact Sheet: America's War on Waste
• Environmental Fact  Sheet: EPA Sets Degradability Stand-
  ards for Plastic Ring Carriers
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Municipal Landfill Regulations
  Mean Safer Disposal of Solid Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Municipal Solid Waste Preven-
  tion in Federal Agencies
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:   Plastics:  The  Facts About
  Production, Use, and Disposal
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics:  The Facts on Source
  Reduction
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel Convention
  to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk, and  Promote Recycling
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Recycling Grass Clippings
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  The Facts About Plastics in
  the Marine Environment
• Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on  Degradable Plastics
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Update Released  on Solid
  Waste Management in the United States
• Guidelines for Assessing the  Quality of Life-Cycle  Inven-
  tory Analysis
• Household Hazardous Waste: Steps to Safe Management
• Household Hazardous Waste Management: A Manual for
  One-Day Community Collection Programs
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Is Unit Pricing Right for Your Community?
Let's Reduce and Recycle: A Curriculum for Solid Waste
Awareness
Manual del Consumidor para Reducir los Desechos Soli-
dos (Spanish translation of Consumer's Handbook for Re-
ducing Solid Waste)
MSW Factbook
Paper-Less Office Campaign: An Agencywide Waste Pre-
vention Program
Pay as You Throw: Lessons Learned About Unit Pricing
Preliminary Use  and Substitutes  Analysis  of  Lead and
Cadmium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
Proceedings of the Eighth National United States Environ-
mental Protection Agency Conference on Household Haz-
ardous  Waste  Management,  November  6-10,   1993,
Burlington, Vermont
Proceedings of the Fifth National Conference on House-
hold 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 Envi-
ronmental  Protection Agency Conference on  Household
Hazardous  Waste Management, December 8-12,  1992,
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Proceedings of the Sixth National  United States Environ-
mental Protection Agency Conference on Household Haz-
ardous  Waste  Management,  Seattle,  Washington,
December 3-7, 1991
Promoting Source Reduction and Recyclability in the Mar-
ketplace
Report to  Congress: Methods to  Manage and  Control
Plastic Wastes
Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue
Reusable News
Review of Industrial Waste Exchanges
Spotlight on Waste Prevention:  EPA's Program to Reduce
Solid Waste at the Source
Summary of the First National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Collection Programs
Summary of the Second National Conference on House-
hold Hazardous Waste Management
Summary of the Third National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management
Unit Pricing: Providing an Incentive to Reduce Municipal
Solid Waste
Variable  Rates in Solid Waste: Handbook for Solid Waste
Officials; Volumes I and II
Waste Prevention: It Makes Good Business Sense (Bro-
chure)
• Waste Prevention Pays Off: Companies Cut Waste in the
  Workplace
• Waste Prevention, Recycling, and Composting  Options:
  Lessons from 30 Communities
• WasteWi$e: EPA's Voluntary Program for Reducing Busi-
  ness Solid Waste
• WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Buying or Manufacturing Recycled
  Products          :
• WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Facility Waste Assessments
• WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Recycling Collection
• WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: Waste Prevention
• WasteWi$e Tip Sheet: WasteWi$e Program Road Map
• WasteWi$e Update ;
• Why Waste a Fleet? Just Use a Sheet (Poster)


STATE PROGRAMS

• Analysis of Potential Cost Savings and the Potential for
  Reduced Environmental Benefits of the Proposed Univer-
  sal Waste Rule      \
• Background  Document  for the Conditionally Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Construction and Demolition Waste Landfills
• Cost and Economic Impact Analysis of the Proposed Con-
  ditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues New Guidance for
  Capacity Assurance Planning
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Streamlined Regulations
  for Collecting and Managing Universal Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Standards for Non-
  municipal Solid Waste Facilities
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Revisions Proposed to  Post-
  Closure Landfill Requirements
• Equivalency of State Financial Responsibility Mechanisms
• Generation and Management of CESQG Waste
• Guidance for  Capacity Assurance  Planning;  Capacity
  Planning Pursuant to CERCLA Section 104(c)(9)
• Hazardous Waste  Management Planning Needs and
  Practices: A Review of Several State Agency Approaches
• National Capacity  Assessment Report:   Capacity  Plan-
  ning Pursuant to CERCLA Section 104(c)(9); Draft
• RCRA Final Authorization Guidance Manual
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP);  Fiscal Years:   1987-
  1994              :
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal Year  1994 Ad-
  dendum
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal  Year 1995; Ad-
  dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications, or Additions
  to FY 1994 RIP
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• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Report to Congress on Flow Control and Municipal Solid
  Waste
• State Authorization Manual
• State Decision-Makers Guide for Hazardous Waste Man-
  agement
• State Program Advisory Number Eight
• State Programs Advisory Number Nine
• State Program Advisory Number Ten
• State Program Advisory Number Eleven
• State Program Advisory Number Twelve
• State Program Advisory Number Thirteen
• State Program Advisory Number Fourteen
• State Program Advisory Number Fifteen
• States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling


STEEL PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document (Addendum) for All Nonwastewater
  Forms of K061 and Alternative BOAT Treatment Standards
  for F006 and K062 Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K061 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K061; Addendum  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K062 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  New Treatment Standards Fi-
  nalized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
• 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: Acryloni-
  triles; K015:  Still Bottoms from  Benzyl Chloride; K046:
  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, For-
  mulating,  and Loading of Lead-Based  Initiating Com-
  pounds; 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 2-1: Capacity Related Comments


SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS

• Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Sup-
  plemental 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 De-
  tection Rule
• Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface Impoundments
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Clarification on the Timing for
  Retrofitting Surface Impoundments Under the Land Dis-
  posal Restrictions Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rules for Cor-
  rective Action Management Units and Temporary Units
• Environmental Fact  Sheet: EPA Releases Final  Rule on
  Liners and Leak Detection Systems
• Fact Sheet: Final Air Emissions Standards Under the Re-
  source Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) for Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage,  and Disposal Facilities:
  Tanks, Surface Impoundments, and Containers
• 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
• Interim Status Surface  Impoundments;  Retrofitting Vari-
  ances; Guidance Document
• Landfill and Surface Impoundment Performance Evalu-
  ation
• Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems
  for  Landfills and  Surface Impoundments; Design,  Con-
  struction, and Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
  for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
  sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Exposure  Infor-
  mation Requirements Under RCRA, Section 3019
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Surface Impound-
  ments
• RCRA Guidance  Document:  Surface  Impoundments,
  Liner Systems, Final Cover, and Free Board Control; Draft
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium,  Volume 8
• Regulatory Determination:  Landfills and  Surface Im-
  poundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
• Technical Guidance Document:  Final  Covers on Hazard-
  ous Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments
• Technical Resource Document:   Design, Construction,
  and Operation of Hazardous and  Non-Hazardous Waste
  Surface Impoundments
SURVEYS

see HAZARDOUS WASTE DATA
see MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS [MSWLF]
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TANKS
• Compilation of Persons Who Design, Test, Inspect, and In-
  stall Storage Tank Systems
• Determining the Integrity of Concrete Sumps; Technical
  Guidance Document
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes to Exempt Un-
  derground Storage Tanks Petroleum-Contaminated Media
  and Debris from RCRA Hazardous Waste Requirement
• Fact Sheet: Final Air Emissions Standards Under the Re-
  source Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) for Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities:
  Tanks, Surface Impoundments, and Containers
• 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
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure Model;  Description of
  Methodology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
• Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous  Waste
  Tank Standards
• Questions and Answers Regarding the July 14, 1986, Haz-
  ardous Waste Tank System Regulatory Amendments
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
• Rules for Hazardous Waste Tank Systems
• Technical Resource Document for Obtaining  Variances
  from the Secondary Containment  Requirement of Hazard-
  ous Waste Tank Systems; Volumes I and  II
• Technical Resource Document for the Storage and Treat-
  ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems


TEST METHODS

• Background  Document for the Groundwater Screening
  Procedure to Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restric-
  tions
• Background Document for the Liquid Release Test; Single
  Laboratory Evaluation and 1988 Collaborative Study
• Background Document on the Development and Use of
  Reference Doses; Part I:  Data  Needs and Apportion-
  ment;  Part II: Considerations Related to  the Development
  of Protocols for Toxicity Studies
• Batch-Type Procedures for Estimating Soil Adsorption of
  Chemicals; Technical Resource  Document
• Corrosivity Characteristic (40 CFR  261.22); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Design and Development of a Hazardous Waste Reactiv-
  ity Testing Protocol
Determining the Integrity of Concrete Sumps; Technical
Guidance Document
Development of a Solid Sample Analytical Procedure for
Cyanide in Spent Ore
Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting Petitions and the Peti-
tion Review Process
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Revises Quality Assurance
Measures for the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Revises Test Methods for
Evaluating Solid Waste (SW-846)
Environmental Fact Sheet: Toxicity Characteristic Rule Fi-
nalized
EP Toxicity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.24);  Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001
Exposure Assessment Guidance  for RCRA Hazardous
Waste Combustion Facilities; Draft
Guidance for the Analysis of Refinery Wastes
Inter-Industry Collaborative Study of Toxicity Characteristic
Leaching  Procedures; Addendum to  Compilation of
Phase IA and Phase II Data
Lining of Waste Impoundment and Disposal Facilities
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Sampling and Analysis
Permit Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste  Land
Treatment Demonstrations
Permit Guidance Manual on Unsaturated Zone Monitor-
ing for Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Units
Reactivity Characteristic  (40  CFR  261.23);  Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001
Report on Minimum Criteria to Assure Data Quality
Sampling and  Analysis of Municipal Refuse Incinerator
Ash; Draft
Soil Properties, Classification, and Hydraulic Conductivity
Testing
Solid  Waste Leaching Procedure;  Technical  Resource
Document for Public Comment
Statistical Training Course for Groundwater Monitoring
Data Analysis      :
Summary and Technical Review of Supporting Literature
for the 1985 Report to Congress on Wastes  from the Ex-
traction  and Beneficiation of Metallic Ores, Phosphate
Rock, Asbestos, Overburden from  Uranium  Mining, and
Oil Shale          '
Summary of Appropriate Analytical Methods for Appendix
IX; Parts I and II
                  i
Summary of Data Presented in the  Background Docu-
ment for Effluent Limitations  Guidelines and Standards:
Mineral Mining and Processing Point Source Category
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• Summary of Data Presented  in the Background Docu-
  ment for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and Standards:
  Ore Mining and Dressing Point Source Category
• Surface Water Screening Procedure; Background Docu-
  ment
• Technical Background Document and Response to Com-
  ments:  Method  1311 - Toxicity Characteristic  Leaching
  Procedure
• Technical Report: Exploration. Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix B: Sampling
  Strategy
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix D: Analytical
  Methods
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix G: Sampling
  Ran and Sampling Quality Assurance/Quality Control
• Technical Resource Document: Solidification/Stabilization
  and Its Application to Waste Materials
• Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste Regula-
  tory Determination
• Test Method 8290:  Procedures for the Detection and
  Measurement of PCDDs and PCDFs
• Test Method 9096: Liquid Release Test (LRT) Procedure
• Test Method Equivalency Petitions; A Guidance Manual
• Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:  Chemical/Physi-
  cal Methods; Third Edition; Final Update Package I
• Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemi-
  cal Methods; SW-846; Third Edition; Final Updates II and
  HA
• Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemi-
  cal Methods; SW-846; Third Edition; Final Update IIB
• Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemi-
  cal Methods; Third Edition; Volumes IA, IB, 1C, and II
• Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure; Background
  Document on Resource Conservation and Recovery Act,
  Subtitle C, Hazardous Waste Management System, Sec-
  tion 3001, Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
• Waste Analysis Guidance for Facilities That Bum Hazard-
  ous Wastes; Draft


THALLIUM WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for P and U Thallium Wastes  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Universal Standards; Volume A:
  Universal Standards  for Nonwastewater  Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Rnai)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Universal  Standards; Volume B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Contain-
  ing  Mercury; K045, K046, and K047:  Wastes from the
  Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives; D011: Char-
  acteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium Contain-
  ing Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium


TIRES

see MARKETS-TIRES
see PROCUREMENT-RETREAD TIRES
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-TIRES


TOLUENE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Chlorinated Toluene Wastes: K149,
  K150, and K151 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107, K108,
  K109, K110,  K111,  K112, U328, U353, K117, K118, K136,
  K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Dini-
  trotoluene, Toluenediamine, and Toluene  Diisocyanate,
  K027, K111-K116, U221, and U223 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Simplifies Land Disposal
  Restrictions by Establishing a Set of  Universal Treatment
  Standards, and  Finalizes  Treatment Standards for 42
  Newly Listed and Identified Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for  20 Newly  Listed  Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
  Debris
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Wastes Generated During the
  Production of Chlorinated Toluenes Listed as Hazardous
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC [TC]

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document for  Organic  Toxicity  Characteristic
  Wastes  D018-D043 and  Addendum to Nonwastewater
  Forms of Pesticide Toxicity Characteristic  Wastes D012-
  D017 (Final)
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• Does Your Business Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
  Small Businesses Do
  • Chemical Manufacturers
  • Cleaning and Cosmetics
  • Construction
  • Drycleaning and Laundry
  • Educational and Vocational Shops
  • Equipment Repair
  • Formulators
  • Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
  • Laboratories
  • 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 Proposes Concentration-
  Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
  Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
  Act Systems
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes to Exempt Un-
  derground Storage Tanks, Petroleum-Contaminated Me-
  dia  and   Debris  from  RCRA  Hazardous   Waste
  Requirement
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Revises Quality Assurance
  Measures for the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Proce-
  dure
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Simplifies Land Disposal
  Restrictions by Establishing a Set of Universal Treatment
  Standards,  and Finalizes Treatment Standards  for 42
  Newly Listed and Identified Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Interim Final Rule Suspending
  Application of the Toxicity Characteristic for Used Chlo-
  rofluorocarbon Refrigerants Being Reclaimed
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Temporary Suspension of the
  Toxicity  Characteristic in  Non-UST  Petroleum-Product
  Cleanups Proposed
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:
  Finalized
Toxicity Characteristic Rule
  EP Toxicity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.24); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
                             • Inter-Industry Collaborative Study of Toxicity Characteristic
                              Leaching  Procedures; Addendum  to  Compilation  of
                              Phase IA and Phase II Data
                             • The New Toxicity Characteristic Rule:   Information and
                              Tips for Generators
                             • Sampling and Analysis of Municipal Refuse Incinerator
                              Ash; Draft
                             • Technical Background Document and Response to Com-
                              ments:   Method  1311  - Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
                              Procedure
                             • Toxicity  Characteristic Leaching Procedure; Background
                              Document on Resource Conservation and Recovery Act,
                              Subtitle C,  Hazardous Waste Management System, Sec-
                              tion 3001, Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
                             • Toxicity  Characteristic Regulatory Impact Analysis
TRANSPORTERS

• Asbestos Waste Management Guidance: Generation, Trans-
  port, Disposal      !
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on  1991
  Data) (Complete Set)
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on  1991
  Data): National Analysis
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on  1991
  Data): State Detail Analysis
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on  1991
  Data): State Summary Analysis
• Catalogue of Hazardous Waste Reports
• Does  Your  Business  Produce  Hazardous Waste? Many
  Small  Businesses Do
  • Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest Instructions
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Entry into Force of the Basel
  Convention
• Environmental  Fact  Sheet: EPA Releases the Biennial
  RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991 Data)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Options Proposed for Manag-
  ing  Discarded Fluorescent and Other Lights That Contain
  Mercury
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel Convention
  Aim to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk, and Promote Re-
  cycling
• Heuristic Routing for Solid Waste Collection Vehicles
• Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes: A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Transporters
• Manifest System, Recordkeeping, and Reporting (40 CFR
  264 and 265,  Subpart IE); Standards Applicable to Own-
  ers  and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,  Stor-
  age, and Disposal Facilities  Under RCRA,  Subtitle C,
  Section 3004
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7
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• RCRA Sites on CD-ROM
• RCRIS Extract Tape
• Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Regulations Af-
  fecting Generators and  Transporters (40 CFR 262  and
  263); Explanation of  Revisions in Reporting Burden  Esti-
  mates
• State Decision-Makers Guide for Hazardous Waste Man-
  agement
• U.S. Department of  Transportation Hazardous Materials
  Regulations as They  Apply to the U.S. Environmental  Pro-
  tection Agency's Hazardous Waste Regulations


TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
FACILITIES (TSDFs)

• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data) (Complete Set)
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data): List of Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities in
  the United States
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data): National Analysis
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data): State Detail Analysis
• Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991
  Data): State Summary Analysis
* BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1989 Data)
• BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1991 Data)
• BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1993 Data)
• Catalogue of Hazardous Waste Reports
• Closure/Post-Closure and Financial Responsibility  Re-
  quirements 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
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial  Fur-
  naces (as of November 1,1994)
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial  Fur-
  naces:  Cement Kilns Only (as of November 1, 1994)
• Commercial Hazardous Waste Incinerators (as of Novem-
  ber 1,1994)
• 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 Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology
  under RCRA (Complete Set)
• Determining the Integrity of Concrete Sumps; Technical
  Guidance Document
• Directory of Commercial Hazardous Waste Management
  Facilities
• Discussion Document for Roundtable Session on Waste
  Minimization
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Changes to Interim Status Fa-
  cilities; Modifications to Hazardous Waste Permits; Proce-
  dures for Post-Closure Permitting
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Delay of Closure Period for
  Hazardous Waste Facilities
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:   EPA Amends Monitoring
  Well  Requirements for Interim-Status Hazardous Waste
  Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Amends Regulations Re-
  lated to Third-Party Liability Coverage, Closure, and Post-
  Closure Care
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rules for Cor-
  rective Action Management Units and Temporary Units
• Environmental Fact  Sheet: EPA Releases the Biennial
  RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1991 Data)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: More Public Participation in
  RCRA and Revised Combustion Permitting Procedures
  Proposed
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Nineteen  Eighty-Five National
  Biennial Report  of  Hazardous  Waste  Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Rulemaking on Cor-
  rective Action for Solid Waste  Management Units at Haz-
  ardous Waste Management Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Revisions  Proposed to Post-
  Closure Landfill Requirements
• Evaluating Cover Systems for Solid and Hazardous Waste
• Evaluation Guidelines for Toxic Air Emissions from Land
  Disposal Facilities
• Exposure Assessment  Guidance for RCRA  Hazardous
  Waste Combustion  Facilities; Draft
• 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 Guid-
  ance Manual
• Financial Requirements (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
  H); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
  ties under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
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 •  Financial  Requirements;  Interim Status Standards (40
   CFR 265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance
 •  General Issues Concerning Interim Status Standards (40
   CFR 265); Standards Applicable to Owners and Opera-
   tors of Hazardous Waste  Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
   posal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
 •  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 Haz-
   ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
   under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
 •  Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR 265, Subpart F); Stand-
   ards Applicable to  Owners and Operators of Hazardous
   Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities under
   RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
 •  Groundwater Monitoring Guidance for Owners and Op-
   erators of Interim Status Facilities
 •  Guidance for Facility Management Planning; Draft
 •  Guidance  Manual  for Cost Estimates for Closure and
   Post-Closure Plans  (Subparts G and H); Volume III: Unit
   Costs; Volume IV: Documentation
 •  Guidance  Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
   Closure/Post-Closure (40 CFR Part 265)
 •  Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum Technologi-
   cal  Requirements of HSWA of 1984,  Respecting  Liners
   and Leachate Collection Systems; Reauthorization Statu-
  tory interpretation #5D
 •  Hazardous Waste Boilers and Industrial Furnaces (BIFs)
 •  Hazardous Waste Boilers and  Industrial Furnaces (as of
   November 1, 1994)
 • Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities (Universe  of Haz-
  ardous Waste Combustion Facilities as of 5/1/94)
 ป  Hazardous Waste Incinerators
 • Hazardous Waste Incinerators (as of November 1, 1994)
 • Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
 • 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  Opera-
  tors of Hazardous  Waste Treatment,  Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Liability Coverage; Requirements for Owners  and  Opera-
  tors of Hazardous  Waste Treatment,  Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities; A Guidance Manual
• Manifest System, Recordkeeping, and Reporting (40 CFR
  264 and 265, Subpart  E); Standards Applicable to Own-
  ers and Operators of Hazardous Waste  Treatment, Stor-
  age,  and  Disposal  Facilities under  RCRA,  Subtitle C,
  Section 3004
• Model RCRA Permit for Hazardous Waste Management
  Facilities
 • National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based
   on 1989 Data)     ]
 • National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Manage-
   ment Program
                    i
 • 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,1 and Disposal Facilities Regulated Un-
   der RCRA in 1981  !
                    I
 • Nineteen Eighty-Five  National Biennial Report of Hazard-
   ous Waste Generators and  Treatment,  Storage, and Dis-
   posal Facilities Regulated under RCRA;  Volumes I and II
 • Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial RCRA Hazard-
   ous Waste Report  ]
 • Nineteen Eighty-Six'National Screening  Survey of Hazard-
   ous Waste Treatment, Storage,  Disposal,  and  Recycling
   Facilities          I
 • No Migration Variances to the Hazardous Waste Land Dis-
   posal Prohibitions: !A Guidance Manual for Petitioners;
   Draft
 • Permit Applicants' Giuidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
   Land  Treatment, Storage,  and  Disposal Facilities;  Final
   Draft              ;
 • Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for the General Facil-
   ity Standards of 40  CFR 264
 • Permit  Process Steps:  For  Interim Status Hazardous
   Waste Combustion Facilities and for  New Hazardous
   Waste Combustion  Facilities
 • Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater and
   Air Emission Monitoring
 •  Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater Pro-
  tection Standard
 •  Permitting  of Land Disposal  Facilities:  Overview; Back-
  ground Document  i
 •  Plans, Recordkeeping, Variances, and Demonstrations for
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
  ties; A Guidance Manual
 • Press  Release  Announcing EPA's Proposal Expanding
  Opportunities for Public Participation in the Permitting of
  All Hazardous Waste Facilities, Including Incinerators and
  Other Hazardous Waste Burners
• Protocol  for Evaluating Interim Status  Closure/Post-Clo-
  sure Plans
• RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance
• RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance;  Interim Final
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• RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Compliance Order Guid-
  ance
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volumes 7-8
• RCRA Personnel Training Guidance for Owners or Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Management Facilities
• RCRA Public Involvement Manual
• RCRA Sites on CD-ROM
• RCRIS Extract Tape
• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed Rulemaking
  on Corrective Action for Solid Waste Management Units
• Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 264.15) and Interim
  Status Standards for Inspection  (40 CFR 265.15); Stand-
  ards Applicable to Owners and  Operators of  Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Standards for Personnel Training (40 CFR 264. 16); In-
  terim Status Standards for Personnel Training (40 CFR
  265. 16); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators
  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
  cilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Standards for Preparedness and Prevention (40 CFR 264
  and 265, Subpart C); Standards for Contingency Plan
  and Emergency Procedures (40 CFR 264 and 265, Sub-
  part D); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators
  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
  cilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
* Standards for Security  (40 CFR 264.14); Interim Status
  Standards for Security (40 CFR  265.14); Standards Appli-
  cable to Owners and  Operators of Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• State Decision-Makers Guide  for Hazardous Waste Man-
  agement
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Determining
  Appropriate Technology and Response  for Air Releases;
  Draft Final Report
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures:  Subsurface
  Gas
• Universe of Hazardous Waste  Combustion Facilities (as of
  November 1,1994)
• Waste Analysis at Facilities That Generate, Treat, Store,
  and Dispose of Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance Manual
 TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
 FACILITIES (TSDFs)—CAPACITY	

 • 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 First Third Wastes to Support
 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
 First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
 and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
 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 Second Third Wastes to Sup-
 port 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
 Rule: Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
 Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
 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 Vol-
 umes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
 cling 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  Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
 Rule:   Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
 Required and  Available Treatment Capacity (Complete
 Set)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
 ground  Document (Addendum) for All  Nonwastewater
 Forms of K061  and Alternative BOAT Treatment Standards
 for F006 and K062 Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for Chlorinated Toluene Wastes:  K149,
 K150, and K151 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for Coking Wastes:  K141-145, K147, and
 K148 (Final)
ป Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
 ground Document for  Newly  Listed  Refinery Wastes:
 F037 and F038 (Final)
 Best Demonstrated
 ground  Document
 Wastes  D018-D043
 Forms of Pesticide
 D017 (Final)
 Best Demonstrated
 ground  Documents
 (Complete Set)
 Best Demonstrated
 ground  Documents
 (Complete Set)
 Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
 for Organic Toxicity Characteristic
 and Addendum  to  Nonwastewater
Toxicity Characteristic Wastes D012-

 Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
 for First Third Wastes; Final Rule

 Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
for Second  Third Wastes; Final Rule
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 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Documents for Third Third Wastes;  Final Rule
   (Complete Set)

 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Documents for Wastes  for Which  Wastewater
   Treatment Standards Were Determined Based on Con-
   centrations 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)
 • Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
 • Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Capacity Assurance Planning
   and the 1991 Biennial Report
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Effective Date for Hazardous
   Debris Treatment Standards Extended One Year
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues New Guidance for
   Capacity Assurance Planning
 • Guidance  for  Capacity Assurance Planning;  Capacity
   Planning Pursuant to CERCLA Section 104(c)(9)
 • Hazardous Waste  Management  Planning  Needs and
   Practices:  A Review of Several State Agency Approaches
 • National Capacity Assessment  Report:  Capacity Plan-
   ning Pursuant to CERCLA Section 104(c)(9); Draft
 • One-Time  Waste Estimated for Capacity Assurance Plan-
   ning: Capacity Planning Pursuant to  CERCLA Section
   104 (c)(9)
 •  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:  Capacity Related Comments (Complete  Set)
 •  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


 TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
 FACILITIES (TSDFs)—DISPOSAL

 • Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Supple-
  mental Background Document for the Final Double  Liners
  and Leak Detection Systems Rule for  Hazardous  Waste
  Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface Impoundments
• Asbestos  Waste  Management  Guidance:  Generation,
  Transport, Disposal
• Assessment of  Hazardous Waste Mismanagement Dam-
  age Case Histories
 • 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 First Third Wastes to Support
   40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
   First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
   and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
 • 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 Second Third Wastes to Sup-
   port 40  CFR 268 Land [Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
   Rule: Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
   Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
 • 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 Vol-
   umes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and  Recy-
   cling 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 Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
   40 CFR  Part 268 Land  Disposal  Restrictions; Proposed
   Rule:  Third Third Waste Volumes,  Characteristics, and
   Required and Available  Treatment Capacity (Complete
   Set)

 •  Background  Document on Bottom Liner Performance in
   Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments
 •  Background  Document on Proposed Liner and Leak De-
  tection Rule          i

 • Compilation  of Current Practices at Land Disposal Facili-
  ties: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Ac-
  tion  Leakage Rates,  Response Action  Plans,   and
  Management of Liquids in Landfills
 • Design, Construction, and Evaluation of Clay Liners for
  Waste Management Facilities
 • Determining  the Integrity of  Concrete Sumps; Technical
  Guidance Document
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases Final  Rule on
  Liners and Leak Detection Systems
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA's Final Conditional No-Mi-
  gration Determination for DOE's  Waste Isolation  Pilot
  Plant (WIPP)          i

• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Final  Rule for Third Third
  Scheduled Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements for
  Land Disposal Restrictions
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              Alphabetical Listing of Subjects
 Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Land  Disposal Restrictions -
 Second Third (Final)
 Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Urge-Volume Wastes from
 Coal-Fired Electric Utilities Exempt as Hazardous Waste
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Milestone!  Fifth Rulemaking
 Finalizes Land Disposal Restrictions
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  No Land Disposal Standards
 Amendment
- Environmental  Fact Sheet: The National Corrective Action
 Prioritization System
> Fate and Transport of Hazardous Constituents; Identifica-
 tion and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subti-
 tle C, Section 3001
> Guidance Manual  for Cost Estimates for Closure and
 Post-Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume II: Land
 Disposal Facilities
• Guide to the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidi-
 fied Waste
• Joint NRC/EPA Guidance on a Conceptual Design Ap-
 proach for Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and
 Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities
• Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model
• Lining of Waste Impoundment and Disposal Facilities
• Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
• Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
 Federal Program for Treatment, Destruction, and Disposal
 Facilities
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems
 for Landfills and Surface Impoundments; Design, Con-
 struction, and  Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
  for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
  sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
• Permitting  of  Land  Disposal   Facilities: Performance
  Standards for Land Disposal Facilities
* Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Underground Injec-
  tion; Background Document
• Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to De-
  termine Required Liner Thickness
• Procedures Manual for Groundwater Monitoring at Solid
  Waste Disposal Facilities
• Prohibition  on  the Disposal  of  Bulk Liquid  Hazardous
  Waste in Landfills; Statutory Interpretive Guidance
• Regulatory Determination:   Landfills and  Surface  Im-
  poundments Receiving Pulp and  Paper Mill Sludge
• Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal
  by Electric Utility Power Plants
• Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous  Liquids
  in Hazardous Waste Landfills
• SOILINER Model
  Technical Guidance Document:
  ene FML Field Seams
                                                                                       Fabrication of Polyethyl-
• Technical Guidance Document:  Final Covers on Hazard-
  ous Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments
• Use of the Water Balance Method for Predicting Leachate
  Generation from Solid Waste Disposal Sites


TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
FACILITIES (TSDFs>-SITING	.

• Background Document  for the  Conditionally  Exempt
  Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Rule
• Combined  NRC/EPA Siting Guidelines  for Disposal of
  Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous
  Waste
• Construction Quality Assurance for  Hazardous  Waste
  Land Disposal Facilities; Technical Guidance Document
• Design, Construction, and Evaluation  of Clay Liners for
  Waste Management Facilities
• Discussion  Document for Roundtable Session on Techni-
  cal Combustion Standards
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Proposed Standards for Non-
  municipal Solid Waste Facilities
• General  Facility Standards for Location  of Facilities (40
  CFR 264, Subpart B, Section 264.18); Standards Applica-
  ble to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treat-
  ment,  Storage, and Disposal  Facilities Under  RCRA,
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
 • Geotechnical Systems for Structures on Contaminated
  Sites; Technical Guidance Document
 • Guidance Document for Subpart F: Air Emission Monitor-
  ing; Land Disposal Toxic Air Emissions Evaluation Guide-
  line
 • Guidance Document: Seismic Considerations in Hazard-
  ous Waste  Management Facilities
 • Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
 • Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance  (HELP)
   Model; Volume 1:   User's Guide for  Version 1; Second
   Edition; Volume 2:  Documentation for Version 1
 • Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model
 • Location Standards for RCRA Hazardous Waste Facilities;
   Regulatory Development Plan
 • Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
   Land Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal Facilities; Phase
   1: Criteria for Location Acceptability and  Existing Applica-
   ble Regulations
 • Permitting of Land  Disposal Facilities: Information Re-
   quirements for Permitting Discharges; General Standards
   Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
   Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal Facilities
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 • Soil Properties, Classification, and Hydraulic Conductivity
   Testing

 • Technical Guidance Document:  Inspection  Techniques
   for the Fabrication of Geomembrane Field Seams


 TREATMENT, STORAGE,  DISPOSAL
 FACILITIES (TSDFs)—STORAGE

 • Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Sup-
   plemental 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 De-
   tection Rule
 • Compilation of Current  Practices at Land Disposal Facili-
   ties: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Ac-
   tion  Leakage  Rates,  Response  Action  Plans,  and
   Management of Liquids in Landfills
 • Compilation of Persons Who Design, Test, Inspect, and In-
   stall Storage Tank Systems
 • Design, Construction, and Evaluation of  Clay Liners for
   Waste Management Facilities
 • Determining the  Integrity of Concrete Sumps; Technical
   Guidance Document
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Options Proposed  for Manag-
   ing Discarded Fluorescent and Other Lights That Contain
   Mercury
 •  Fact Sheet: Final Air Emissions Standards Under the Re-
   source Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) for Haz-
   ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities:
   Tanks, Surface Impoundments, and Containers
 •  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 for Permit Writers: Facilities Storing Hazardous
  Waste in Containers
 • Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure  and
  Post-Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volumes I: Treat-
  ment and Storage Facilities
 • Guide for Preparing RCRA Permit Applications for Exist-
  ing Facilities

• Guide to the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidi-
  fied Waste
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure  Model;  Description of
  Methodology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
 • Interim Status Surface Impoundments; Retrofitting Vari-
   ances; Guidance Document
 • Lining of Waste Impoundment and Disposal Facilities
 • Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems
   for  Landfills and  Surface  Impoundments; Design, Con-
   struction, and Operation
 • Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
   for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
   sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
 • Permit Writers' Guidance  Manual for Hazardous Waste
   Tank Standards
 • Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Surface Impound-
   ments

 • Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Waste Piles
 • Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to De-
   termine Required Liner Thickness
 • Questions and Answers Regarding the July 14, 1986, Haz-
   ardous Waste Tank System  Regulatory Amendments
 • RCRA Guidance Document: Land Treatment
 • RCRA Guidance Document: Surface Impoundments,
   Liner Systems, Final Cover, and Free Board Control; Draft
 • Rules for Hazardous Waste Tank Systems
 • SOILINER Model
                      i
 •  Technical Guidance Document:  Fabrication of Polyethyl-
   ene  FML Field Seams
 •  Technical Guidance Document:  Final Covers on Hazard-
   ous Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments
 •  Technical Guidance  Document:  Inspection Techniques
  for the Fabrication of Geomembrane Field Seams
 • Technical Resource  Document for Obtaining Variances
  from the Secondary Containment Requirement of Hazard-
  ous Waste Tank Systems; Volumes I and II
 • Technical Resource Document for the Storage and Treat-
  ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems


 TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
 FACILITIES (TSDFs 1-TREATMENT

 • 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 First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
  First  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics,  and Required
  and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
• 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
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• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Sup-
  port 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions;  Proposed
  Rule:  Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
• 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 Vol-
  umes  and Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
  cling 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 Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
  Rule: Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Re-
  quired and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete Set)
• Background Information Document for the Development
  of Regulations  to Control the  Burning  of  Hazardous
  Wastes in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document (Addendum) for All Nonwastewater
  Forms of K061 and Alternative BDAT Treatment Standards
  for F006 and K062 Nonwastewaters (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Chlorinated Toluene Wastes:  K149,
  K150, and K151 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145, K147, and
  K148 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Com-
  plete Set)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Newly  Listed Refinery Wastes:
  F037 and F038 (Rnal)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes: K107, K108,
  K109,  K110. K111, K112, U328,  U353, K117, K118,  K136,
  K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground 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)  Back-
  ground Document for Quality Assurance/Quality Control
  Procedures and Methodology (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Documents for First  Third  Wastes;  Final  Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Second Third Wastes; Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Third Third Wastes; Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Wastes  for Which Wastewater
  Treatment Standards  Were Determined Based  on Con-
  centrations  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)
• CMA/EPA BIF Workshop; Edited Transcript
• Combustion Emissions Technical  Resource Document
  (CETRED); Draft
• Combustion of  Hazardous Wastes  Containing Arsenic,
  Lead, and Mercury
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
• Compilation of Current Practices at Land Disposal Facili-
  ties: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Ac-
  tion   Leakage  Rates,  Response   Action  Plans, and
  Management of Liquids in Landfills
• Discussion  Document for Roundtable Session on Techni-
  cal Combustion Standards
• Draft Strategy for Combustion of Hazardous Waste
• Draft Strategy on Combustion and  Waste Minimization:
  Project Plans
• Engineering Handbook for Hazardous Waste Incineration
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Amendment to the Regula-
  tions for  Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers and. Indus-
  trial Furnaces
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Effective Date for Hazardous
  Debris Treatment Standards Extended One Year
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Final Rules for Cor-
  rective Action Management Units and Temporary Units
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Issues  New  Treatment
  Standards for Certain Ignitable and Corrosive Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Proposes Modifications
  to the Definition of Wastewater Treatment Unit
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA  Releases Final Rule on
  Liners and Leak Detection Systems
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Simplifies Land Disposal
  Restrictions by Establishing a Set of Universal Treatment
  Standards,  and  Finalizes Treatment Standards  for 42
  Newly Listed and Identified Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Final  Rule  for Third Third
  Scheduled  Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements for
  Land Disposal Restrictions
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                                                                  Alphabetical Listing of Subjects
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous Waste Boilers and
  Industrial Furnaces Now Under Strict RCRA Regulations
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Land Disposal Restrictions -
  Second Third (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet;  Milestone! Fifth Rulemaking
  Finalizes Land Disposal Restrictions
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  New Treatment Standards Fi-
  nalized for K061  High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Regulations for Burning Haz-
  ardous Waste in  Boilers and Industrial Furnaces Clarified
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Regulatory Determination Is-
  sued for Cement Kiln Dust
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Source Reduction and Com-
  bustion of Hazardous Waste
  Environmental Fact Sheet: Tighter Controls Proposed for
  Hazardous Waste Incinerators
  Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
  for 20  Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
  Debris
  EPA Guide for Infectious Waste Management
  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
  Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for Land Disposal
  Restrictions Program (BOAT)
  Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and
  Post-Closure  Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I:  Treat-
  ment and Storage Facilities
  Guide to the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidi-
  fied Waste
  Hazardous Waste Incineration:  Questions and Answers
  Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
  Hazardous Waste Tanks  Failure Model;  Description  of
  Methodology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E
  Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
  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 Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
  Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
  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
  3004
 • Interim Status  Standards for Thermal  Treatment  Proc-
   esses 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                !

 • Interim Status Surface Impoundments;  Retrofitting Vari-
   ances; Guidance Document
 • Land  Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents
   and Dioxins
 • Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
 • Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
   Federal Program for Treatment, Destruction, and Disposal
   Facilities

 • Memorandum on Trial Burns (Guidance on Trial Burn Fail-
   ures)                J

 • Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated Available
   Technology (BOAT) Treatment Standards
 • Methods Manual for Compliance with the BIF Regula-
   tions:  Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers and Industrial
   Furnaces
 • Mobile Incineration:  An Analysis of the Industry
 • Permit Guidance Manual on  Hazardous  Waste  Land
   Treatment Demonstrations
 • Permit Guidance  Manual  on Unsaturated Zone Monitor-
   ing for Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Units
 • Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators
 • Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Land Treatment
 • Proposed Additions to Standards for Hazardous Waste In-
   cineration (40 CFR 264.342 and 264.343); Standards Ap-
   plicable to  Owners  and Operators of Hazardous Waste
   Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Facilities Under RCRA,
   Subtitle C, Section 3004
 •  RCRA Guidance Document: Land Treatment
 •  Regulation  of Fuel Blending and Related  Treatment and
   Storage Activities Memo
 •  Report to Congress on Cement Kiln Dust
 •  Report to  Congress on  the Discharge  of Hazardous
  Wastes to Publicly Owned  Treatment Works (The Domes-
  tic Sewage Study)      |
 •  Response  to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1:  Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response to Commenls Background Document for the
  Third Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1:  BOAT Related Comments  (Complete Set)
• Statement  of Michael Shapiro, Director of the  Office of
  Solid Waste: Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization
  and Combustion
• Status of Rulemaking oh Emissions Standards and Con-
  trols                  i
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• Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combus-
  tion
• Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's Hazardous Waste
  Minimization and Combustion Activities (Issue #1)
• Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's Hazardous Waste
  Minimization and Combustion Activities (Issue #2)
• Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler and
  Industrial Furnace Regulations
* Technical Resource  Document for Obtaining Variances
  from the Secondary Containment Requirement of Hazard-
  ous Waste Tank Systems; Volumes I and II
• Technical Resource Document for the Storage and Treat-
  ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems
• 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
• Update on  Implementation of the Hazardous Waste Mini-
  mization and Combustion Strategy
• Waste Analysis Guidance for Facilities That Burn Hazard-
  ous Wastes; Draft


TR1CHLOROETHANE PRODUCTION
WASTES	

 • Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production  of 1,1,1-
  Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096 (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of
   1,1,1-Trichloroethane,   K028,  K029,  K095,  and  K096;
  Amendment (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Documents  for Wastes for Which  Wastewater
  Treatment  Standards Were Determined  Based  on Con-
   centrations 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)
 • Response  to Comments Background Document  for the
   Second Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
   Vblume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
• 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  Produc-
  tion 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
USED OIL	

see HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION-LISTING OF
USED OIL
see MARKETS-USED OIL
see PROCUREMENT-RE-REFINED LUBRICATING OIL
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-USED OIL


U-WASTES      	     '

• Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for Characteristic  Ignitable  Wastes
   (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
   teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
   taining Reactive Listing Constituents  (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for Chromium Wastes D007 and U032
   (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for  Cyanide Wastes (F006, F007-F012,
   F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for D008 and P and U Lead Wastes
   (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K001 (Addendum) and U051 (Creo-
   sote) (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for K031, K084, K101, K102,  Charac-
   teristic Arsenic Wastes (D004),  Characteristic Selenium
   Wastes (D010), and  P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic
   and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
   K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
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 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for Newly Listed Wastes; K107, K108,
   K109, KtlO,  K111,  K112, U328, U353,  K117,  K118, K136,
   K123, K124, K125, K126, K131, K132, U359; Final
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
   K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for P and U Thallium Wastes  (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for Phthalate Wastes, K023,  K093,
   K094, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document  for  U and  P Wastes,  Multisource
   Leachate  (F039), Volume A:  Wastewater Forms of Or-
   ganic U and P  Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039)
   for which there are Concentration-Based Treatment Stand-
   ards

 • Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT) Back-
   ground  Dqcument 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 (BOAT)  Back-
   ground  Document for  U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
   Leachate (F039), Volume C:  Nonwastewater Forms of Or-
   ganic U and P Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039)
   for which there are Concentration-Based Treatment Stand-
   ards
 •  Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground  Document for U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
   Leachate (F039), Volume D:  Reactive U and P  Waste-
  waters and Nonwastewaters
 •  Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for U  and P Wastes, Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume E: U and P Gaseous Wastes
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Universal Standards;  Volume A:
  Universal Standards for Nonwastewater Forms of Listed
  Hazardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Universal Standards;  Volume  B:
  Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed Haz-
  ardous Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Dini-
  trotoluene,  Toluenediamine,  and Toluene Diisocyanate
  K027 K111-K116, U221, and U223 (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
   ground  Documents  for Wastes for Which Wastewater
   Treatment Standards Were Determined Based  on Con-
   centrations 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: EPA Finalizes Listing of Wastes
   from the Production oi Carbamates and Adds 58 Chemi-
   cals to the Off-Specifications Product List
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA  Proposes Concentration-
   Based Treatment Standards for Hazardous Constituents
   Found in Characteristic Wastes Managed in Clean Water
   Act Systems        i

 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Finalized
   for 20 Newly Listed  Hazardous Wastes and Hazardous
   Debris

 • Hazardous Waste from  Discarding of Commercial Chemi-
   cal  Products and the Containers and Spill Residues
   Thereof (40 CFR 261.33); Identification and Listing of Haz-
   ardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
 • Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated Available
   Technology (BDAT) Treatment Standards
 • RCRA Policy Statement: Clarification of the Land Disposal
   Restrictions' Dilution  Prohibition and the Combustion of
   Inorganic Metal-Bearing Hazardous Waste
 •  Response to Comments Background Document for the
   Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
   Volume 1-A-2:  BDAT Related Comments; General BDAT
   Issues

 •  Response to Comments Background Document for the
   Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1-D:  BDAT Related Comments; D003:  Charac-
  teristic 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:   Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Con-
  taining Arsenic;  and D010:  Characteristic  Wastes  for
  Selenium            i

• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule-
  Volume 1-H: BDAT Related Comments; D008: Charac-
  teristic 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: Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U  Wastes Contain-
  ing  Mercury; K045, K046, and K047:  Wastes from the
  Manufacturing and Processing of Explosives; D011: Char-
  acteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium Contain-
  ing Wastes; and P and LI Wastes Containing Thallium
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• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-J: BOAT Related Comments; Mixed Radioactive
  Hazardous Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes; Halo-
  genated 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-M:  BOAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes
  from the  Production of  Epichlorohydrin; K028,  K029,
  K095, and K096:   Production  of  1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  Wastewaters  Containing  BOAT  Constituents;   K022:
  Wastes from the Production of Phenol/Acetone;  K025:
  Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Nitrobenzene;
  K035:  Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the Produc-
  tion of Creosote; K026: Stripping Still Tails from the Pro-
  duction of Methyl  Ethyl Pyridine;  K083:   Distillation
  Bottoms from the Production of Aniline Oxygenated Hy-
  drocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P Wastes; F024: Pro-
  duction of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
 • Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions  Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1-Q: BOAT Related Comments; Gases
 • Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions  Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments


 VANADIUM WASTES	

 * Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
   ground Document  for Universal Standards; Volume A:
   Universal  Standards for Nonwastewater  Forms of Listed
   Hazardous Wastes (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
   ground Document  for Universal  Standards; Volume B:
   Universal  Standards for Wastewater  Forms of Listed Haz-
   ardous Wastes (Final)
 • Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
   ground Document for Vanadium-Containing Wastes P119
   and P120 (Final)
 • Response to Comments Background Document for the
   Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
   Volume  1-1:  BOAT Related  Comments; D009: Charac-
   teristic Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Contain-
   ing Mercury; K045, K046, and K047:   Wastes from the
   Manufacturing and  Processing of Explosives; D011: Char-
   acteristic Wastes for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium Contain-
   ing Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium
VETERINARY PHARMACEUTICAL WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K031, K084,  K101, K102,  Charac-
  teristic Arsenic Wastes (D004),  Characteristic Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K101 and K102 Low Arsenic Sub-
  category (Final)


WASTE MINIMIZATION [HAZARDOUS
WASTE]  	

see also SOURCE REDUCTION [NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE]
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Chlorinated Toluene Wastes:  K149,
  K150, and K151 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Coking Wastes: K141-145, K147, and
  K148 (Final)
• Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization: Hazardous and
  Non-Hazardous Solid Waste (1980 to Present)
• BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1989 Data)
• BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1991 Data)
 • BRS Extract Tape (Based on 1993 Data)
 • Discussion Document for Roundtable Session on Waste
  Minimization
 • Does Your Business Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
  Small Businesses Do
   • Chemical Manufacturers
   • Cleaning and Cosmetics
   • Construction
   • Drycleaning and Laundry
   • Educational and Vocational Shops
   • Equipment Repair
   • Formulators
   • Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing

   • Laboratories
   • 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

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  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Wood Preserving

• Draft  Hazardous Waste  Minimization  and Combustion
  Strategy: Announcement and Review of Past Activities
• Draft RCRA Hazardous Waste Minimization National Plan
• Draft Strategy for Combustion of Hazardous Waste
• Draft Strategy on Combustion and Waste Minimization:
  Project Plans
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Announces Strategy for
  Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combustion
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases RCRA Hazard-
  ous Waste Minimization National Plan
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Seeks Public Involvement
  in Implementing  Draft Strategy on Hazardous Waste Mini-
  mization and Combustion
ป Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous Waste  Minimiza-
  tion: Interim Final Guidance for Generators
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Principles for Basel Convention
  Aim to Prevent Pollution, Reduce Risk,  and Promote Re-
  cycling
• Environmental Fact  Sheet: Source Reduction  and Com-
  bustion of Hazardous Waste
ป EPA Lists Public Involvement Opportunities on Adminis-
  trator's Combustion Strategy  (Press Advisory)
> Executive Summaries  of Roundtables on  Hazardous
  Waste Minimization and Combustion
• Hazardous Waste Minimization National Plan
• Letter to Biennial Hazardous Waste Report Contacts
• Letters  from  EPA's Administrator to CEOs and  Large
  Quantity Generators of Hazardous Waste
• Memorandum  from Richard Guimond to the Regions
  About Source  Reduction and Combustion of Hazardous
  Waste
• National Roundtable on Hazardous Waste Minimization
  and Combustion: November 15-18,  1993; Summary Re-
  port

1  The New  Toxicity Characteristic  Rule:  Information and
  Tips for Generators
'  Press  Release Announcing  EPA's Proposal Expanding
  Opportunities for Public Participation in  the Permitting of
 All Hazardous Waste Facilities, Including Incinerators and
 Other Hazardous  Waste Burners
  RCRA Environmental Indicators; FY 1991  Progress Report
 and Implementation Plan for the Future
 RCRA Environmental Indicators;  FY 1992  Progress Re-
 port

 RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP):  Fiscal Year 1994 Ad-
 dendum
 • RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1995; Ad-
   dendum Containing Changes, Clarifications, or Additions
   to FY 1994 RIP
 • RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
 • RCRA Waste Minimization Action Plan
 • Report to Congress on Metal Recovery, Environmental
   Regulation and Hazardous Waste
 • Report to Congress on the Minimization of  Hazardous
   Wastes (Complete Set)
 • Review of Industrial Waste Exchanges
 > Setting Priorities for Hazardous Waste Minimization
 • Setting Priorities for Hazardous Waste Minimization; Ap-
   pendices            i

 • Statement by Carol M. Browner, EPA Administrator, on
   Hazardous Waste Reduction and Combustion Strategy
 • Statement of Michael Shapiro, Director of the Office of
   Solid Waste:  Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization
   and Combustion
 > Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combus-
   tion
 ' Strategy Update: A Newsletter on EPA's Hazardous Waste
   Minimization and Combustion Activities
   Summary of  Draft  RCRA Hazardous Waste Minimization
   National Plan        ;

   Update on Implementation of the Hazardous Waste Mini-
   mization and Combustion Strategy
   Waste Minimization: Environmental Quality with Economic
   Benefits            j
   Waste Minimization; Executive Summary
   Waste Minimization in Metals Parts Cleaning
WASTE PILES

• Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Sup-
  plemental Background  Document for the Final Double
  Liners and Leak Detection Systems Rule for Hazardous
  Waste Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface Impoundments
• Background Document on Proposed Liner and Leak De-
  tection Rule          i

• Development of a Solid  Sample Analytical Procedure for
  Cyanide in Spent Ore
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Releases Final Rule  on
  Liners and Leak Detection Systems
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
  for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
  sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Waste Piles
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
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WOOD PRESERVING WASTES	

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K001 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K001 (Addendum) and U051  (Creo-
  sote) (Final)
• Does tour Business  Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
  Small Businesses Do
  • Wood Preserving
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Administrative Stay of Wood
  Preserving Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Final Modifications to the
  Wood Preserving Regulations
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Wood  Preserving Wastes
  Listed as Hazardous
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Wood  Surface  Protection
  Wastes Proposed as Hazardous
• New Rule for Wood Preserving Wastes
• Report to the Senate Appropriations Committee: Regula-
  tion of Wood Preserving Wastes
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Numerical  Listing  of OSW Publications
SW-168
Use of the Water Balance Method for Predicting Leachate
Generation from Solid Waste Disposal Sites

SW-199C
Guidance Manual for the Classification of Solid Waste Dis-
posal Facilities

SW-335
 Once There Lived a Wicked Dragon (Coloring Book)

SW-352
First Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Source
Reduction

SW-353
Second  Report to Congress:  Resource  Recovery and
Source Reduction

SW-356
Heuristic Routing for Solid Waste Collection Vehicles

SW-448
Third  Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Source
Reduction

SW-47O
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Further Assistance

SW-471
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Financing

SW-48O
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Interim Report

SW493
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Accounting Format

SW-495
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Procurement

SW-496
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Risks and Contracts

 SW-499
 Resource  Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials:  Marketing
SW-533
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Planning and Overview

SW-550
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Technologies

SW-551
Source Separation: The Community Awareness Program in
Somerville and Marblehead, Massachusetts

SW-553
Residential Paper Recovery: A Community Action Program

SW-6OO
Fourth Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Waste
Reduction

SW-611
Procedures Manual for Groundwater Monitoring  at Solid
Waste Disposal Facilities
SW-612
State Decision-Makers Guide for Hazardous Waste Manage-
ment

SW-663
EPA Activities Under  RCRA of  1976 - Annual Report to the
President and Congress, Fiscal Year 1977

SW-755
EPA Activities Under RCRA - Annual Report to the President
and Congress, Fiscal Year 1978

SW-822
Multimaterial   Source  Separation   in  Marblehead  and
Somerville, Massachusetts; Volume II: Collection and Market-
ing                 i

SW-823
Multimaterial   Source  Separation   in  Marblehead  and
Somerville, Massachusetts; Volume III: Materials and Refuse;
Composition of Source Separated Materials and Refuse

SW-824
Multimaterial   Source  Separation   in  Marblehead  and
Somerville, Massachusetts; Volume IV: Energy Use  and Sav-
ings from Source Separated Materials and Other Solid Waste
Management Alternatives for Marblehead
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SW-825
Muttimaterial   Source   Separation   in   Marblehead  and
Somerville, Massachusetts; Volume V: Citizen Attitudes To-
ward Source Separation

SW-842
Source Separation Collection and Processing Equipment; A
User's Guide

SW-S46
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; Third Edition; Volumes IA, IB, 1C, and II

SW-846.3-1
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; Third Edition: Final Update Package I

SW-846.3-2
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; Third Edition: Final Updates II and Ha

SW-846.3-2b
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; SW-846; Third Edition; Final Update IIB

SW-862
RCRA Final Authorization Guidance Manual

SW-867
Evaluating Cover Systems for Solid and Hazardous Waste

SW-868
Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites

SW-869R
Landfill and Surface Impoundment Performance Evaluation

SW-870
Lining of Waste Impoundment and Disposal Facilities

SW-871R
Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate

SW-872
Guide to  the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidi-
fied Waste

SW-S73
Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface Impoundments

SW-874
Hazardous Waste Land Treatment

SW-889
Engineering Handbook for Hazardous Waste Incineration

SW-912
Closure/Post-Closure Interim Status Standards (40  CFR
265, Subpart G): Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
erators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
posal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section  3004
SW-913
Financial Requirements; Interim Status Standards (40 CFR
265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance

SW-915
RCRA Personnel Training Guidance for Owners or Opera-
tors of Hazardous Waste Management Facilities

SW-921
Plans, Recordkeeping,  Variances, and Demonstrations for
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
ties; A Guidance Manual

SW-924
Solid Waste Leaching Procedure; Technical Resource Docu-
ment for Public Comment

SW-925
Soil Properties, Classification, and Hydraulic Conductivity
Testing

SW-935
U.S.  Department of Transportation  Hazardous  Materials
Regulations as They Apply to the U.S. Environmental Protec-
tion Agency's Hazardous Waste Regulations

SW-955
Financial Assurance for Closure and Post-Closure Care; Re-
quirements for Owners  and  Operators of Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage,  and Disposal Facilities; A Guidance
Manual

SW-958
Guide to Energy from Municipal Waste for Small Communi-
ties

SW-961
Liability Coverage; Requirements for Owners and Operators
of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
cilities; A Guidance Manual

SW-963
Groundwater Monitoring Guidance for Owners and Opera-
tors of Interim Status Facilities

SW-964R
Inventory of Open Dumps

SW-966
Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Incinerator Permits;
Final Report

SW-968
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for the General Facility
Standards of 40 CFR 264

53O-SW-82-O01
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1982 (Complete
Set)

530-SW-82-001A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1982
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RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1982
530-SW-82-001C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1982
530-SW-82-OO1D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1982
53O-SW-82-C01E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1982
530-SW-82-001F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1982
530-SW-82-001G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1982
530-SW-83-001
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  1983 (Complete
Set)
530-SW-83-001A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1983
530-SW-83-O01B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1983
530-SW-83-O01C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1983
53O-SW-83-OO1D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1983
530-SW-83-001E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1983
53O-SW-83-O01F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1983
530-SW-83-001G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1983
530-SW-83-Q01H
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1983
 53O-SW-83-OO1I
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1983
 530-SW-83-001J
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1983
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 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1983
 53O-SW-83-OO1L
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1983
 53O-SW-84-OO1
 Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to Deter-
 mine Required Liner Thickness
530-SW-84-002
Assessment of Hazardous Waste Mismanagement Damage
Case Histories
530-SW-84-004
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
Land Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Final Draft
530-SW-84-005
National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
ment, Storage, and  Disposal Facilities Regulated Under
RCRA in 1981
530-SW-84-006
Interim National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Man-
agement Program Under RCRA
53O-SW-84-O09
Hydrologic  Evaluation  of  Landfill  Performance (HELP)
Model; Volume 1:  User's Guide for Version 1; Second Edi-
tion
530-SW-84-010
Hydrologic  Evaluation  of  Landfill  Performance (HELP)
Model; Volume 2: Documentation for Version 1
530-SW-84-013
Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated in
the United States
530-SW-84-013A
Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated in
the United States; Appendix
530-SW-84-O17
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1984 (Complete
Set)               ,
530-SW-84-017A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1984
530-SW-84-017B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1984
530-SW-84-017C
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1984
53O-SW-84-O17D
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1984
 530-SW-84-017E
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1984
 530-SW-84-017F
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1984
 530-SW-84-017G
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1984
 530-SW-84-O17H
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1984
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 53O-SW-84-O17J
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1984
 530-SW-84-017K
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1984
 530-SW-84-017L
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1984
 530-SW-8 5-004
 National Small Quantity Hazardous Waste  Generator Sur-
 vey; Final Report
 530-SW-85-007
 Asbestos Waste Management Guidance: Generation, Trans-
 port, Disposal
 530-SW-85-012
 Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum Technological
 Requirements of  HSWA of  1984, Respecting  Liners and
 Leachate Collection Systems; Reauthorization Statutory In-
 terpretation #5D
 530-SW-85-013
 Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems for
 Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; Design,
 Construction, and Operation (Draft)
 530-SW-85-014
 Minimum Technology Guidance  on Double Liner Systems
 for Landfills and Surface Impoundments; Design, Construc-
 tion, and Operation
 530-SW-85-022
 The Solid Waste Disposal Act as Amended  by the Hazard-
 ous and Solid Waste Amendments (The Resource Conser-
 vation and Recovery Act)
 530-SW-8 5-024
 Permit  Writers' Guidance  Manual for Hazardous Waste
 Land Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Phase 1:
 Criteria for Location Acceptability and Existing  Applicable
 Regulations
 530-SW-85-O31
 Documentation for Development of Toxicity and Volumes
 Scores for the Purpose of Scheduling Hazardous Waste
 530-SW-8 5-033
 Report to Congress: Wastes from the Extraction and Benefi-
 ciatlon of Metallic  Ores, Phosphate Rock, Asbestos, Over-
 burden from Uranium Mining, and Oil Shale
530-SW-8 5-036
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1985  (Complete
Set)
530-SW-85-O36A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1985
 530-SW-85-O36B
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1985
 530-SW-85-O36C
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1985
 53O-SW-85-O36D
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1985
 530-SW-85-O36E
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1985
 530-SW-85-O36F
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1985
 530-SW-85-O36G
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1985
 530-SW-85-O36H
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1985
 530-SW-85-O36I
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1985
 530-SW-85-O36J
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1985
 53O-SW-85-O36K
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1985
 530-SW-85-O36L
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1985
 530-SW-86-OO4
 Report to Congress on the Discharge of Hazardous Wastes
 to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (The Domestic Sew-
 age Study)
 53O-SW-86-OO6
 SOILINER Model
 53O-SW-86-O07F
 Design,  Construction, and  Evaluation  of Clay Liners  for
 Waste Management Facilities
 53O-SW-86-O08
 Guidance Manual for Research, Development, and Demon-
 stration Permits (40 CFR Section 270.65)
 530-SW-86-OO9
 Closure/Post-Closure and Financial Responsibility Require-
 ments for Hazardous  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
 posal Facilities; Final Rule; Background Document
530-SW-86-011
Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
530-SW-86-012
Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure Model; Description of Meth-
odology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E
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Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous Liquids in
Hazardous Waste Landfills; Statutory Interpretative Guid-
ance

530-SW-86-Q14
EPA Guide for Infectious Waste Management

530-SW-86-O15
Guidance  Manual on the RCRA Regulation of  Recycled
Hazardous Wastes

530-SW-86-O16
Prohibition on the Disposal of Bulk Liquid Hazardous Waste
in Landfills; Statutory Interpretive Guidance

530-SW-86-017
Interim Status Surface Impoundments; Retrofitting  Vari-
ances; Guidance Document

530-SW-86-019
Understanding the Small Quantity Generator Hazardous
Waste Rules: A Handbook for Small Business

530-SW-86-O22
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology: A
RCRA Statutory Interpretative Guidance

530-SW-86-022A
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA; Appendix A: Technical Methods for Evaluating
Hydrogeologic Parameters

530-SW-86-022B
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA; Appendix B: Groundwater Flow Net/Flow Line
Construction  and Analysis

53O-SW-86-O22C
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA; Appendix C: Technical Methods for Calculating
Time of Travel in the Unsaturated Zone

530-SW-86-022D
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA; Appendix D: Development of Vulnerability Crite-
ria Based on  Risk Assessments and Theoretical Modeling

530-SW-86-023
Location of Mines and Factors Affecting Exposure

53O-SW-86-O24
Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data

53O-SW-86-O25
Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and Acid-Generating Wastes
Generated by the Mining and Beneficiating Industries, and
the Potentials for Contaminant Release

530-SW-86O26
Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste Regulatory
Determination
530-SW-86-027
Report to Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Fiscal
Years 1980-1985       \

530-SW-86-030
Summary of Comments on Mining Waste Report to Con-
gress                i

530-SW-86-O31   !
Construction Quality Assurance for Hazardous Waste Land
Disposal Facilities; Technical Guidance Document
                    I
530-SW-86-O32
Permit Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treat-
ment Demonstrations

530-SW-86-033
Report to Congress on the Minimization of Hazardous Wastes
(Complete Set)

53O-SW-86-O33A
Report to Congress on the Minimization of Hazardous Wastes

53O-SW-86-O33B
Report to Congress on the Minimization of Hazardous Wastes;
Appendices

530-SW-86-037
Solving the Hazardous' Waste Problem:  ERA'S RCRA Pro-
gram                '

530-SW-86-O38   \
Survey of Household Hazardous Waste and Related Collec-
tion Programs        !

530-SW-86-O39
Census of State and Territorial  Subtitle D Non-Hazardous
Waste Programs      ]

530-SW-86-O40   i
Permit Guidance  Manual on Unsaturated  Zone Monitoring
for Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Units

53O-SW-86-O41   !
Report to Congress on Waste Minimization: Issues and Op-
tions; Volume I        i

530-SW-86-O41A
Waste Minimization; Executive Summary

53O-SW-86-O42   i
Report to Congress on' Waste Minimization: Issues and Op-
tions; Volume II

530-SW-86-043
Report to Congress on Waste Minimization: Issues and Op-
tions; Volume III

53O-SW-86-O44
Technical Resource Document  for the Storage and Treat-
ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems
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 National RCRA Corrects Action Strategy
 530-SW-86-047
 Background Document for the Groundwater Screening Pro-
 cedure to Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions
 53O-SW-86-O48
 Background Document on the Development and Use of
 Reference Doses; Part I: Data Needs and Apportionment;
 Part II: Considerations Related to the Development of Pro-
 tocols for Toxicity Studies
 530-SW-S6-O50
 Surface Water Screening Procedure;  Background  Docu-
 ment
 530-SW-86-053
 RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance
 530-SW-86-054
 Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report
 530-SW-86-055
 RCRA  Groundwater Monitoring  Technical  Enforcement
 Guidance Document (TEGD) (Final)
 530-SW-86-056
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Complete
 Set)
 530-SW-86-056A
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 1
 53O-SW-86-O56B
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 2
 530-SW-86-O56C
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 3
 53O-SW-86-O57
 Questions and Answers on the Land Disposal Restrictions
 Program (Brochure)
 530-SW-86-O6O
 Background Document for Solvents to  Support 40 CFR
 Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volume I
 53O-SW-86-061
 Background Document for Solvents to  Support 40 CFR
 Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volume II
 530-SW-86-062
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1986 (Complete
Set)
53O-SW-86-O62A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1986
 53O-SW-86-O62B
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1986
 530-SW-86-O62C
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1986
 53O-SW-86-O62D
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1986
 530-SW-86-062E
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1986
 53O-SW-86-O62F
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1986
 530-SW-86-O62G
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1986
 53O-SW-86-O62H
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1986
 530-SW-86-O62I
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1986
 53O-SW-86-O62J
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1986
 530-SW-86-O62K
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1986
 530-SW-86-062L
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1986
 53O-SW-87-O02A
 Technical Resource Document for Obtaining Variances from
 the Secondary Containment Requirement  of Hazardous
 Waste Tank Systems; Volume I
 530-SW-87-O02B
 Technical Resource Document for Obtaining Variances from
 the Secondary Containment Requirement  of Hazardous
 Waste Tank Systems; Volume II
 53O-SW-87-O05
 Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
 tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Field Sampling and Ana-
 lytical Results
 53O-SW-87-O05A
 Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
 tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix A: Analytical
 Results
 53O-SW-87-OO5B
 Technical Report: Exploration, Development,  and  Produc-
 tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix B: Sampling
 Strategy
 530-SW-87-O05C
 Technical Report:  Exploration, Development,  and  Produc-
tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix C: Sampling
 Reports; Volumes 1 and 2
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Technical Report: Exploration,  Development,  and Produc-
tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix D: Analytical
Methods
530-SW-87-005E
Technical Report: Exploration,  Development,  and Produc-
tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix E: Role and
Function of EPA Sample Control Center
530-SW-87-005F
Technical Report: Exploration,  Development,  and Produc-
tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix F: List of Ana-
lytes
53O-SW-87-OO5G
Technical Report: Exploration,  Development, and Produc-
tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix G: Sampling
Plan and Sampling Quality Assurance/Quality Control

530-SW-87-006F
Batch-Type Procedures for Estimating Soil Adsorption of
Chemicals; Technical Resource Document

530-SW-87-008
Test Method Equivalency Petitions; A Guidance Manual

530-SW-87-009A
Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I:  Treatment
and Storage Facilities
 53O-SW-87-O09B
 Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
 Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume II:  Land Dis-
 posal Facilities
 53O-SW-87-O09C
 Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
 Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume III: Unit Costs

 53O-SW-87-O09D
 Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
 Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume IV:  Documenta-
 tion
 530-SW-87-010
 RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart G Closure and Post-
 Closure Care Standards and Subpart H Cost Estimating Re-
 quirements
 53O-SW-87-O11
 Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for  Land Disposal
 Restrictions Program (BOAT)

 53O-SW-87-O12
 Questions and  Answers Regarding the July 14, 1986, Haz-
 ardous Waste Tank System Regulatory Amendments
530-SW-87-013
Background Document on Bottom Liner Performance in
Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments

530-SW-87-014
Background Information Document for the Development of
Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
Boilers and Industrial Furnaces (Complete Set)

530-SW-87-O14A
Background Information Document for the Development of
Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
Boilers and Industrial Furnaces; Volume I: Industrial Boilers

530-SW-87-O14B
Background Information Document for the Development of
Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
Boilers and Industrial Furnaces; Volume II: Industrial Fur-
naces             i
530-SW-87-014C
Background Information Document for the Development of
Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
Boilers and Industrial Furnaces; Volume III: Risk Assessment

530-SW-87-O15
Background Document on Proposed Liner and Leak Detec-
tion Rule
530-SW-87-017
Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance; Part  I: ACL Policy
and Information  Requirements
53O-SW-87-O19A
 Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents
 and Dioxins
 53O-SW-87-O20
 Questions and Answers on Land Disposal  Restrictions for
 Solvents and Dioxins
 530-SW-87-021
 Municipal Waste Combustion Study (Complete Set)
 530-SW-87-021A
 Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Report to Congress

 530-SW-87-O21I3
 Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Emissions Data Base
 for Municipal Waste Combustors
 530-SW-87-021C
 Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Control of Organic
 Emissions         !
 530-SW-87-021D
 Municipal  Waste Combustion  Study:   Flue Gas Cleaning
 Technology
 530-SW-87-021E
 Municipal  Waste Combustion  Study:   Costs of Flue Gas
 Cleaning Technologies
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  Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Sampling and Analy-
  sis
  530-SW-87-021G
  Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Assessment of Health
  Risks Associated With Exposure to Municipal Waste Com-
  bustion Emissions
  530-SW-S7-021H
  Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Characterization of the
  Municipal Waste Combustion Industry
  530-SW-87-021I
  Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
  Waste
                  Recycling of Solid
 530-SW-87-024
 Directory of Commercial Hazardous Waste Management Fa-
 cilities
 530-SW-87-025
 National Dioxln Study
 530-SW-87-027
 Joint NRC/EPA Guidance on a Conceptual  Design Ap-
 proach  for Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and
 Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities
 530-SW-S7-O28
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)
 530-SW-87-028A
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume I: Sum-
 mary
 530-SW-87-O28B
 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
 530-SW-87-Q28C
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofiils, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume III: Ad-
 dendum to Characterization of Municipal Landfill Leachates;
 A Literature Review
 530-SW-87-O28D
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume IV: Char-
 acterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Residues and
 their Leachates; A Literature Review
 530-SW-87-028E
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates  from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume V: Char-
acterization of Municipal Waste Combustor Residues
  53O-SW-87-O28F
  Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
  Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume VI: Char-
  acterization of Leachates from Municipal  Waste Disposal
  Sites and Co-Disposal Sites
  530-SW-87-O28G
  Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
  Landfills, Monofills, and  Co-Disposal Sites; Volume VII: Ad-
  dendum to Monofill Report
  530-SW-87-029
  Combined  NRC/EPA Siting Guidelines for Disposal of Com-
  mercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous Waste
  530-SW-87-031
  Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance; Part II: Based on
  264.94(B) Criteria; Case Studies
  53O-SW-87-O32
  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  1987 (Complete
 Set)
 530-SW-87-O32A
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1987
 530-SW-87-032B
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1987
 53O-SW-87-O32C
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1987
 530-SW-87-O32D
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1987
 53O-SW-87-O32E
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1987
 53O-SW-87-O32F
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1987
 53O-SW-87-O32G
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1987
 53O-SW-87-O32H
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1987
 530-SW-87-O32I
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1987
 530-SW-87-O32J
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1987
 530-SW-87-032K
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1987
530-SW-87-032L
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1987
53O-SW-88-O02
Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal
by Electric Utility Power Plants
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Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal
by Electric Utility Power Plants; Appendices

530-SW-8S-O02A.1
Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal
by Electric Utility Power Plants;-Executive Summary

530-SW-8S-003
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Ex-
ploration, Development, and Production of Crude Oil, Natu-
ral Gas, and Geothermal Energy  (Complete Set)

53O-SW-8S-O03A
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Ex-
ploration, Development, and Production of Crude Oil, Natu-
ral Gas, and Geothermal Energy; Volume 1: Oil and Gas

530-SW-88-003B
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Ex-
ploration, Development, and Production of Crude Oil, Natu-
ral Gas, and Geothermal Energy; Volume  2:  Geothermal
Energy

530-SW-88-003C
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Ex-
ploration, Development, and Production of Crude Oil, Natu-
ral Gas, and Geothermal Energy; Volume 3:  Appendices

530-SW-88-003D
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Ex-
ploration, Development, and Production of  Crude Oil, Natu-
ral Gas, and Geothermal Energy; Executive Summaries

53O-SW-88-O04
Rules for Hazardous Waste Tank Systems

530-SW-88-007
Report to Congress: EPA Activities  and Accomplishments
Under the Resource Conservation and  Recovery Act:
Fourth Quarter Fiscal Year 1986 Through Fiscal Year 1987

530-SW-88-O11
Report to Congress:  Solid Waste Disposal in the  United
States; Volume I

530-SW-88-011A
 Report to Congress:  Solid Waste Disposal in the  United
States; Executive Summary

 530-SW-8 3-011B
 Report to Congress:  Solid Waste Disposal in the  United
 States; Volume II

 53O-SW-83-O12
 Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume II:  California
 List Wastes
530-SW-88-013
Background Document for Solvents to  Support 40  CFR
Part  268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste Vol-
umes and  Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling

530-SW-88-O14 !
Household Hazardous- Waste: Bibliography of Useful Refer-
ences and List of State Experts

530-SW-88-015
Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity Study; Final  Report; Com-
pound: Isobutyl Alcohol

530-SW-88-016A
Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats  Test Materials:
Pyridine; Volume I   ;

530-SW-88-O16E
Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats  Test Materials:
Pyridine; Volume II

530-SW-88-O17A
Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Adminis-
tered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Final
Report            i

530-SW-88-017B
Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Adminis-
tered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Final
Report; Appendices I-IX

530-SW-88-O18
Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions and Answers

530-SW-88-O19
Compilation of Persons Who Design, Test, Inspect, and In-
stall Storage Tank Systems

530-SW-88-O2O
Corrective Measures for  Releases  to Groundwater from
Solid Waste Management Units;  Draft Final Report

53O-SW-88-O21
Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Determining
Appropriate Technology and Response  for Air Releases;
Draft Final Report

530-SW-88-022
Corrective Measures for Releases to Soil from Solid Waste
Management Units; Draft Final Report

530-SW-88-O23
Technical  Guidance for Corrective Measures: Subsurface
Gas              i

53O-SW-88-O24
Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators

530-SW-88-025
Subchronic Toxicity of Para-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats;
MBA Chemical No. 25
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Subchronic Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats

53O-SW-88-O27
Subchronic Toxicity of Ortho-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats

530-SW-8 8-029
RCRA Corrective Action Interim Measures Guidance; Interim
Final

530-SW-8 8-030
Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40
CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed  Rule:  First
Third Waste Volumes,  Characteristics, and Required and
Availability Treatment Capacity; Part II

53O-SW-88-O30A
Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40
CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed  Rule:  First
Third Waste Vblumes,  Characteristics, and Required and
Availability Treatment Capacity; Part I

530-SW-88-O31
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Documents for First Third Wastes; Final Rule (Complete Set)

530-SW-88-031A
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K015 (Final)

530-SW-88-O31B
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K016, K018, K019, K020, and K030 (Final)

53O-SW-88-O31C
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K048, K049, K050, K051, and K052 (Final)

530-SW-88-O31D
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K061 (Final)

530-SW-8 8-031E
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K062 (Rnal)

530-SW-8 8-031F
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K07I (Rnal)

53O-SW-88-O31G
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K103 and K104  (Final)

530-SW-88-O31H
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K024 (Final)

530-SW-88-031I
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K037 (Rnal)
                                       530-SW-88-O31J
                                       Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
                                       Document for K046 Nonreactive Subcategory (Final)

                                       530-SW-88-031K
                                       Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
                                       ground Document for K101 and K102 Low Arsenic Subcate-
                                       gory (Final)

                                       530-SW-88-031L
                                       Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
                                       ground Document for F006 (Final)

                                       530-SW-88-031M
                                       Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
                                       ground Document for K087 (Final)

                                       530-SW-88-O31N
                                       Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
                                       ground Document for K086 Solvent Wash  (Final)

                                       53O-SW-88-O31O
                                       Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
                                       ground Document for K001 (Final)

                                       530-SW-8 8-031Q
                                       Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
                                       ground Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final)

                                       530-SW-88-O31R
                                       Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
                                       ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents;  Amend-
                                       ment to Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)

                                       53O-SW-88-O31S
                                       Best  Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
                                       ground Document for K099 (Final)

                                       53O-SW-8 8-034
                                       National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill Facilities

                                       530-SW-88-035
                                       Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening Survey of  Hazard-
                                       ous Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and Recycling Fa-
                                       cilities

                                       530-SW-88-O36
                                       Criteria for Municipal  Solid Waste  Landfills: Location Restric-
                                       tions (Subpart B); Draft Background Document

                                       530-SW-88-037
                                       Criteria for Municipal  Solid Waste Landfills: Operating Crite-
                                       ria (Subpart C); Draft  Background Document "

                                       530-SW-88-038
                                       Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Summary of
                                       Data on Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Leachate  Charac-
                                       teristics

                                       53O-SW-88-O39
                                       Criteria for Municipal  Solid Waste  Landfills: Updated Review
                                       of Selected Provisions of Solid Waste Regulations
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Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Case Studies on
Groundwater and Surface Water Contamination from  Mu-
nicipal Solid Waste Landfills

530-SW-88-041
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Closure  and
Post-Closure Care  and Financial Responsibility Require-
ments (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32); Draft Back-
ground Document

530-SW-88-042
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills:  Design Criteria
(Subpart D); Draft Background Document

530-SW-88-O43
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Groundwater
Monitoring and Corrective Action (Subpart E)

530-SW-88-044
Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal Facilities
and Practices; Notification Requirements for Industrial Solid
Waste Disposal Facilities (40 CFR Part 257) (Draft)

530-SW-8 3-046
Background Documentation for  Minimum Content Stand-
ards

53O-SW-8S-O47
Used Oil Recycling  (Winter 1988)

53O-SW-88-O49
Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40
CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:  First Third
Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and Availabil-
ity Treatment Capacity

53O-SW-88-O54A
Solid Waste Dilemma:  An Agenda for Action; Background
Document

530-SW-88-O54B
Solid Waste Dilemma:  An Agenda for Action; Background
Document; Appendices A-C

53O-SW-83-O55
Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250. 14); Identification and Listing
of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001

53O-SW-88-056
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1988 (Complete
Set)

53O-SW-83-O56A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1988

530-SW-83-056B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1988

530-SW-8B-056C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1988
530-SW-88-056D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1988

530-SW-8 8-0561:
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1988

530-SW-88-056F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1988

53O-SW-88-O56G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1988

530-SW-88-056H
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1988

53O-SW-88-O56I
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1988

53O-SW-88-O56J
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1988

530-SW-88-056K
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1988

530-SW-88-056L
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1988

530-SW-89-003
Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Tank
Standards

53O-SW-89-O04
Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to Requirements for
Hazardous Waste Incinerator Permits

53O-SW-89-O05
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

53O-SW-89-OO6
Used Oil Recycling (Fall 1988)

53O-SW-89-O07
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Delay of Closure Period for Haz-
ardous Waste Facilities

530-SW-89-008
Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988

53O-SW-89-O10
Chemical, Physical, 'and Biological  Properties  of Com-
pounds Present at Hazardous Waste Sites (Final Report)

530-SW-89-011 ;
National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Manage-
ment Program     i

530-SW-89-014
Recycling Works! State and Local Solutions to Solid Waste
Management Problems
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530-SW-89-015A
Characterization  of Products Containing Lead and Cad-
mium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to
2000

530-SW-89-015B
Characterization  of Products Containing Lead and Cad-
mium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to
2000; Executive Summary and Chapter 1: Lead and Cad-
mium in Municipal Solid Waste; Overview and Summary

53O-SW-89-O15C
Characterization  of Products Containing Lead and Cad-
mium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to
2000; Executive Summary

530-SW-89-O19
Solid Waste Dilemma:  An Agenda for Action (Final Report
of the Municipal Waste  Task Force)

53O-SW-89-O20
Tracking Medical Wastes  (Brochure)

53O-SW-89-O21
Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes: A Guide to the
Federal Program for Generators

53O-SW-S9-O22
Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes: A Guide to the
Federal Program for Transporters

53O-SW-89-O23
Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes: A Guide to the
Federal Program for Treatment, Destruction, and Disposal
Facilities

530-SW-89-026
Statistical  Analysis of Groundwater Monitoring  Data  at
RCRA Facilities; Interim Final Guidance

530-SW-89-027
Trial Bum Observation Guide

530-SW-89-O28
Environmental Fact Sheet: Changes to Interim Status Facili-
ties; Modifications to Hazardous Waste Permits; Procedures
for Post-Closure Permitting

530-SW-89-031
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

530-SW-S9-O33A
Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial Report of Hazardous
Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
cilities Regulated  Under RCRA; Volume I: Summary
53O-SW-89-O33B
Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial Report of Hazardous
Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
cilities Regulated Under RCRA; Volume II: Methodology and
Data

530-SW-89-033C
Environmental Fact Sheet: Nineteen Eighty-Five National Bi-
ennial Report of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
ment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities

53O-SW-89-O34
Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Second  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics,  and Re-
quired and Availability Treatment Capacity

53O-SW-89-O35A
Summary Report of Capacity at Commercial Facilities;
Volume I

53O-SW-89-O35B
Summary Report of Capacity at Commercial Facilities; Vol-
ume II
530-SW-89-036A
Summary Report of Capacity at Limited Commercial and
Company Captive Facilities; Draft; Volume I

53O-SW-89-O36B
Summary Report of Capacity at Limited Commercial and
Company Captive Facilities; Draft; Volume II

530-SW-89-O38
Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight Programs

530-SW-89-O39A
How to Set Up a Local Program to Recycle Used Oil

53O-SW-89-O39B
Recycling Used Oil: What Can You Do?

530-SW-89-O39D
Recycling Used Oil:  For Service Stations and Other Vehicle-
Service Facilities

530-SW-89-O40
Report to Congress: Management of Hazardous Wastes
from Educational  Institutions

530-SW-89-040A
Report to Congress: Management of Hazardous Wastes
from Educational  Institutions; Executive Summary

530-SW-89-042A
Summary of the First National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Collection Programs

530-SW-89-O42B
Summary of the Second National Conference on House-
hold  Hazardous Waste Management
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Summary of the Third National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management

530-SW-89-042D
Proceedings of the Fourth National Conference on House-
hold Hazardous Waste Management

530-SW-89043
RCRA  Liability Coverage  for Bodily Injury and  Property
Damage Survey Results

530-SW-89044
Environmental Fact Sheet:   No  Land Disposal Standards
Amendment

530-SW-89O45
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Toxicity Characteristic Rule Final-
ized

530-SW-89-046
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Land Disposal Restrictions - Sec-
ond Third (Final)

530-SW-89-047
Technical Guidance Document: Final Covers on Hazardous
Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments

530-SW-89-048
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Documents for Second  Third Wastes; Final Rule
(Complete Set)

53O-SW-89-O48A
Treatment  Technology Background  Document;  Second
Third; Final

53O-SW-89-O48B
Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated  Available
Technology (BOAT) Treatment Standards

53O-SW-89-O48C
Response to Comments Background Document for the
Second Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
Volume 3: Policy Related Comments

53O-SW-89-O48D
Response to Comments Background Document for the
Second Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments

530-SW-89-048E
Response to Comments Background Document for the
Second Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments

530-SW-89-048G
Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes,  K038-
K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
 53O-SW-89-O48H
 Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for Phthalate Wastes, K023, K093, K094,
 and Various P and U Codes (Final)

 530-SW-89-048I
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
 Document for K009 and K010 (Final)

 530-SW-89-048J
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for K011, K013,and K014 (Final)

 53O-SW-89-048K
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006, FOQ7-F012, F019, and
 Various P and U Codes) (Final)

 530-SW-89-O48L
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for K043 (Final)

 530-SW-89-048M
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlorinated Ali-
 phatic Hydrocarbons, F024 (Final)

 53O-SW-89-O48N
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Wastes from the  Production of 1,1,1-Trichlo-
 roethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096 (Final)

 530-SW-89-O48O
 Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BDAT)  Back-
 ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Dinitro-
 toluene,  Toluenediamirie, and Toluene Diisocyanate, K027,
 K111-K116, U221, andU223  (Final)

 530-SW-89-049
 Waste Minimization in Metals Parts Cleaning

 53O-SW-89-O5O
 Modifying RCRA Permits

 530-SW-89-O51
 Report to Congress: Methods to Manage and Control Plas-
tic Wastes
                   I
 530-SW-89-O51A
 Report to Congress: Methods to Manage and Control Plas-
tic Wastes; Executive Summary

53O-SW-89-O52
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting Regulation Amendment

530-SW-89-055  |
 Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management Alterna-
tives                i
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530-SW-89-057A
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
530-SW-S9-057B
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
530-SW-89-O58
Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
530-SW-89-061
Analysis of U.S. Municipal Waste Combustion Operating
Practices
530-SW-89-062
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Final Rule to Eliminate Mineral
Processing Wastes from the Bevill Amendment
53O-SW-89-O64
Environmental  Fact Sheet:   Notification of Groundwater
Monitoring Policy for Delisting Petitions
53O-SW-89-O66
Promoting Source Reduction and Recyclability in the Mar-
ketplace
53O-SW-89-O67
Measurements of Particulates,  Metals, and Organics at a
Hazardous Waste Incinerator
53O-SW-89-069
Technical Guidance Document:  Fabrication of Polyethylene
FML Field Seams
530-SW-89-072
Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
53O-SW-89-073
Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management (Pro-
motional Brochure)
530-SW-89-O74
Municipal Waste Combustion Ash  and Leachate Charac-
terization; Monofill Baseline Year; Woodburn Monofill; Wood-
burn, Oregon
530-SW-89-Q75
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1989 (Complete
Set)
530-SW-89-075A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1989
530-SW-89-075B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1989
530-SW-89-O75C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1989
530-SW-89-075D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1989
530-SW-89-075E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1989
530-SW-89-075F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1989
53O-SW-89-O75G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1989
530-SW-89-075H
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1989
53O-SW-89-O75I
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1989
530-SW-89-075J
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1989
53O-SW-89-O75K
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1989
530-SW-89-075L
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1989
530-SW-9O-O01
Office Paper Recycling: An Implementation Manual
53O-SW-9O-002
Environmental Fact Sheet: America's War on Waste
53O-SW-9O-OO3
Environmental Fact Sheet: Application of Land Disposal Re-
strictions to CERCLA Remedial Actions
530-SW-90-005
Let's Reduce and Recycle: A Curriculum for Solid Waste
Awareness
53O-SW-9O-OO8
Performance Test on a Spray Dryer, Fabric  Filter, and Wet
Scrubber; Draft Test Report
530-SW-90-009
Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
Tests for Particulate,  Metals, and HCI Emissions; John
Zink Company  Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
Test Report
53O-SW-90-O1O
Ride the Wave of the Future: Recycle Today!  (Poster)
53O-SW-9O-O13
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule to Identify the Status
of Twenty Mineral Processing Wastes Conditionally Re-
tained Within the Bevill Amendment
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530-SW-90-015
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Tighter Controls Proposed for
Hazardous Waste Incinerators
530-SW-90-O16
Guidance on the Definition and identification of Commercial
Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous Waste and An-
swers to Anticipated Questions
53O-SW-90-O17A
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Plastics: The Facts About Pro-
duction, Use, and Disposal
530-SW-90-O17B
Environmental Fact Sheet:  The Facts About Plastics in the
Marine Environment
530-SW-90-017C
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Plastics: The Facts on Source
Reduction
530-SW-90-O17D
Environmental Fact Sheet:  The Facts on Degradable Plas-
tics
530-SW-90-O17E
Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on Recycling Plastics
530-SW-90418
Reusable News (Winter 1990)
53O-SW-90-O19
Sites for our Solid Waste: A Guidebook for Effective Public
Involvement
530-SW-90O20
Siting our Solid Waste:  Making Public Involvement Work
(Brochure)
53O-SW-90O21
Report on Minimum Criteria to Assure Data Quality
530-SW-90-O23
School Recycling Programs: A Handbook for Educators
530-SW-90024
Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin: Recycle and Combat a
Life of Grime (Comic  Book)
530-SW-9O-O25
Recycle Today! Educational Materials for Grades K-12 (Bro-
chure)
530-SW-9CM526
Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste Management
System; Final Codification Rule Correction
530-SW-90-O27
Does Your Business  Produce  Hazardous Waste?  Many
Small Businesses Do
 530-SW-90-027A
 Vehicle Maintenance
 530-SW-90-O27B
 Drycleaning and Laundry
 530-SW-90-O27C
 Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
 530-SW-90-027D
 Equipment Repair
 530-SW-90-O27E
 Textile Manufacturing
 530-SW-90-027F
 Wood Preserving
 530-SW-90-027G
 Printing and Allied Industries
 530-SW-90-027H
 Chemical Manufacturers
 530-SW-90-027I
 Pesticide End-Users/Application Services
 53O-SW-90-O27J
 Construction        i
 530-SW-90-027K
 Motor Freight Terminate/Railroad Transport
 53O-SW-90-O27L
 Educational and Vocational Shops
 530-SW-90-027M
 Laboratories
 530-SW-90-027N
 Metal Manufacturing
 530-SW-90-027O
 Paper Industry      i
 530-SW-90-027P
 Formulators
 530-SW-90-O27Q
 Cleaning and Cosmetics
 530-SW-90-027R
 Leather Products Manufacturing
 53O-SW-90-O27S
 Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest Instructions
 53O-SW-90-O28 !
 The New Toxicity Characteristic Rule:  Information and Tips
for Generators
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