United States      Solid Waste and
             Environmental Protection Emergency Response
             Agency         (5305)
                       EPA530-R-94-018
                           May 1994
&EPA
Combustion of
Hazardous Wastes
Containing Arsenic,
Lead, and Mercury
                              Recycled/Recyclable
                              Printed on recycled paper that contains at
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  1.      INTRODUCTION AND APPROACH

     ~    T° suPP°rt the clarification for applying the Land Disposal Restrictions (LDRs) dilution
  prohibition as part of EPA's hazardous waste combustion strategy, the Agency initiated a project
  to study the management of hazardous wastes containing arsenic,  lead, and/or mercury  This
  report is a product of that study, and is based on an analysis of data compiled in the 1991
  Biennial Reporting System (BRS)  for the 1991 Hazardous Waste  Report.

         The purpose of this  report is to determine'the extent to which wastes containing arsenic
  lead, and mercury constituents are currently "combusted" and to profile these practices based on
  the type of combustion facility and type of wastes burned.  In this report, the term -combustion-
  denotes both the destruction of wastes in incinerators and the burning of wastes as fuel in boilers
  and industrial furnaces.

         The approach used to prepare this report entailed the following steps:

               Extract and download raw BRS data and convert it to a dBase HI environment to
               facilitate querying, sorting, counting, and subtotaling (1991 BRS data from March
               1994 were used).

        •      Identify waste code, form code, and waste management system code groupings to
               be used in the report, and determine the BRS forms from which these data were -
               to be taken.

               Prepare computer programs to present base results (the Clipper application
               language was  used).

        •      Analyze base  results for key observations.

 Key components of this approach are summarized below.

        Arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes were identified from the  BRS data based solely on their
 RCRA waste codes.  Table 1 lists the arsenic, lead, and mercury waste codes examined in this
 report   An "X" in a column indicates that a waste contains the constituent represented bv the
 column.1                                                               i          j  v

        This report distinguishes between three different types of treatment facilities identified as
 follows:

        On-site:       Waste quantities reported on GM forms as managed on site by
                     non-commercial facilities.

       Captive:      Waste quantities reported on WR forms as received from off site by
                     non-commercial facilities.
     The wastes containing arsenic, lead, and mercury constituents examined in this report comprised (1)
wastes selected from an EPA list of inorganic metal-bearing wastes that were not expected to contain
organic constituents, and (2) wastes bearing the characteristic hazardous waste codes for arsenic (DOM)
lead (D008), or mercury (D009).                         .               .:             v     ''

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                Table 1
Hazardous Wastes Examined in This Report
Waste Code
K002
K003
K004
K005
K006
K007
K008
K061
K069
K071
K100
K106
P010
P011
P012
U145
U151
P006
P007
F008
F009
F010
F011
F012
D004
D008
D009
Aa







X




X
X
X .









X


Pb
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X




X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X

Hg







X

X

X




X *









X

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         Commercial:   Waste quantities reported on GM forms as managed on site or
                       waste quantities reported on WR forms as received from off site by
                       facilities identified as commercial in the 1991 BRS (form GM). the
                       / 993 El Digest Directory of Commercial Facilities, or EPA's Re-
                       source Conservation and Recovery Information System (RCRIS) as
                       of November 15, 1993.

         Given the importance of waste form in selecting waste treatment, EPA defined the
  following waste physical form categories to allow comparisons of management practices between
  various waste physical forms from the BRS:

               Lab Packs (B001-B009)
               Other Inorganic Solids (B303-B319)
         •      Organic Solids (B401-B409)
               Aqueous Liquids (B101, 102, 105, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116)
               Other Inorganic Liquids (B103,  104, 106, 107, 108, 109, 117, 119)
        •      Organic Liquids (B201-B219)
        •      Inorganic Sludges (B501-B519)
               Organic Sludges (B601-B609)
              sSoil (B301, B302)
              'Gases (B701, B801)
        •      Other form codes (including B999 and blanks)

 2.      PRESENTATION OF BASE RESULTS

        Exhibits 1A through  IK (at the end of this report) present EPA's estimates for the total
 quantities of hazardous  wastes containing arsenic, lead or mercury managed at on-site, captive and
 commercial facilities, organized by  management practice. These exhibits present estimates for
 each of the 11 physical forms defined in Section 1 (e.g., Exhibit 1A presents quantities of
 Aqueous Liquids). The first column of Exhibit 1 lists methods of  hazardous waste management
 as defined by various combinations of BRS waste management system type ("M") codes. For each
 metal constituent, Exhibit 1 shows  the quantity of hazardous waste managed in a particular way
 the number of facihties managing this waste, and the number of waste streams managed  The
 total column lists the total quantity of hazardous waste containing  arsenic, lead, or mercury
 managed in  a given manner,  the total number of facilities managing the hazardous waste in this
 manner, and the total number of waste streams managed. Because waste streams may contain
 more than one of the metal constituents, the quantities presented  in the total column are the
 actual quantities of waste managed, not the simple summation of the waste quantities containing
 the individual metal constituents (i.e., none of the waste quantities are double  counted).
 Likewise, none of the estimates for total number of waste streams  and total facilities contain
 double counting errors.

       Exhibits 2A through 2L present a more detailed analysis of the current management
practices for arsenic, lead, and mercury hazardous wastes. These exhibits expand the 16 waste
management categories presented in Exhibit 1  into 24 categories, in order to highlight incinera-
tion and energy recovery. These exhibits present separate estimates for the quantities of liquids
and gases, sludges and solids, and unknown physical forms of hazardous waste combusted. At this

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 level of detail, the physical form of'the. waste is apparent for many of the waste management
 categories.

        Exhibit 2A presents EPA's estimates for the quantities of all hazardous wastes managed at
 on-site, captive, and commercial facilities for each of the 24 waste management categories. For
 each of the management categories, Exhibit 2A shbws the quantity of hazardous waste managed,
 the number of facilities managing  the waste,  and the number of waste streams managed.  The
 Total" column shows the total quantity of hazardous waste managed by each management
 category, the total number of facilities that manage hazardous waste in this manner, and the total
 number of hazardous waste streams managed.  The last column indicates the relative percentage
 of wastes managed at commercial  facilities.  EPA calculated these percentages by dividing the
 quantity of hazardous waste managed at commercial facilities by the totd quantity of hazardous
 waste managed at all facilities' (i.e., on-site, captive and commercial) for each of the 24 waste
 management categories.

        Exhibit 2B presents EPA's estimates for the quantities of hazardous waste containing
 arsenic, lead, and/or mercury managed at all facilities.  For each management category, EPA
 divided the waste universe into seven subcategories to  take into account all possible mixtures of
 the three metal constituents in a given waste stream and to present separate estimates for the
 quantities of hazardous wastes containing: (1) arsenic only2;  (2) arsenic with lead; (3) arsenic
 with mercury; (4) arsenic with lead and mercury, (5) lead only; (6) mercury only, and (7) mercury
 with lead  The next column indicates the total  quantity of hazardous waste containing arsenic,
 lead,  and/or mercury. The two remaining columns of Exhibit 2B indicate, for each management
 category, the total quantity of hazardous wastes managed at  all facilities (from Exhibit 2A) and
 the percentage of hazardous wastes that contain arsenic, lead, and/or mercury managed at all
 facilities.  EPA calculated these percentages by dividing the total quantity of hazardous waste
 containing arsenic, lead, and/or mercury by the  quantity of hazardous waste managed at all
 facilities.

       Exhibit 2C presents similar information  to Exhibit  2B, but focuses only on waste managed
 at commercial facilities.  The last columns in the Exhibit list  the percentage of wastes containing
 arsenic, lead and/or mercury that are managed at commercial facilities ("% Comm'l As,Pb,Hg")
 and the percentage of all wastes managed at commercial facilities  that contain arsenic, lead and/or
 mercury ("% Comra'l Total").  EPA calculated the "%  Coram'l As,Pb,Hg* values by dividing the
 quantity of wastes containing arsenic, lead and/or mercury managed at commercial facilities
 ("Comm'l As.Pb.Hg") by the total quantity of wastes  containing  these metals (Total As.Pb.Hg").
 Likewise, EPA calculated the m% Comm'l Total" values by dividing the quantity of wastes
containing arsenic, lead and/or mercury managed at commercial facilities ("Comm'l As,Pb,Hg") by
 the quantity of all wastes managed at commercial facilities (Total Comm'l").
     •Arsenic only' means hazardous wastes containing arsenic constituents but not lead or mercury
constituents. Likewise, 'arsenic with lead" means those hazardous wastes containing arsenic and lead
constituents but not mercury constituents; 'arsenic with mercury* means those hazardous wastes
containing arsenic and mercury constituents but not lead constituents; and 'arsenic with lead and
mercury" means those hazardous wastes containing arsenic and lead and mercury constituents.  The same
nomenclature applies for lead and mercury containing wastes. In addition, wastes in any of the seven
categories may contain other metal constituents such as cadmium or chromium.

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       Exhibits 2D through 2F present further details on the quantities of hazardous
 contammg arsenic  lead, and mercury managed on-site.  In addition toThe quantSS
 wastes managed via each management category, these exhibits indicate the number of
 hat manage these wastes on-site, and the number of waste streams managed
 through 21 and 2J through 2L present similar estimates for the quants
 contaming arsenic, lead, and mercury managed at. captive and commercial


3.      ANALYSIS  OF RESULTS

       This section presents the results of EPA's analysis of the base results presented above
 Combustion Summary by Type of Combustion and Waste Form

        According to the 1991 BRS data, as shown in  Exhibit 2A, almost 3.6 million tons of
 1W  MnZrt fh WCre bUraed,.in !"dDerators d'9 «**» tons) and BIFs (1.7 rn^Uon Tns) in
 1991. Most of this waste was liquid or gas (3.0 million tons). About 0.5 million tons of sludges
 and solids were combusted, and the form was unknown for about 0.1 million tons

 Combustion Summary by Type of Facility


 f   -iv  Ab°Uu L8 n?fllion tons' or half of aU combusted wastes, were burned at commercial  "
 facilities, as shown in Exhibit 2A.  Almost all of the remainder (1.7 n^onlorL) O
 The totaT^r   °?rSitT  5n«&* fi^tie. received ^ut 63,000 tons or atou  twpt of
 the total.  Commercial facilities provide a larger share of energy recovery (64 percent ofl 7
 million tons) than of incineration (37 percent of 1.9 million tons)

 Overall Combustion of Arsenic, Lead, and Mercury Wastes

       From Exhibit 2B, we  find that about 580,000 tons or about one half of one
 w* > es containing arsenic, lead, and mercury constituents were burned in 00^0
 Excluding wastes sent to aqueous treatment, about three percent of all arsenic
 containing wastes went to combustion.  These arsenic,  lead?and Jniy

 sPttd H  °IS Tn5^ WaSteS' Not ""P'W'tfy. lead wastes represent  the
 studied. About 80 percent (463,000 tons) of the 580,000 total tons of these
 combusted contained lead.  About 289,000 tons of arsenic-bearing wasted aut
of mercury-bearing wastes were combusted in 1991. About 191,000 tons  of combultel wTes
                                                                                of all
                                                                          and
                                                                               groups

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 contained arsenic, lead, and mercury constituents according to the waste codes associated with
 these wastes.

 Arsenic, Lead, and Mercury Combustion by Type of Combustion System

        About 70 percent of the combusted arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes are combusted in
 energy recovery systems, as shown in Exhibit 2B. Arsenic, lead, and mtrcury wastes comprise
 almost one fourth (23 percent) of the  1.7 million tons of wastes burned for energy recovery
 compared to about 10 percent of the 1.8 million tons of wastes incinerated.  As might be
 expected, arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes comprise a higher portion oif combusted sludges and
 solids (37 percent) than they do of liquids (12 percent). More than half (54  percent) of the
 sludges and solids sent to energy recovery contain arsenic, lead, and/or mercury. About 236,000
 tons of arsenic, lead, and/or mercury-bearing wastes went to fuel blenders. These wastes
 represent about seven percent of the total amount of waste sent to fuel blending.3

 Arseniq Lead, and Mercury Combustion By Facility Type

        Sixteen percent of all hazardous wastes combusted contain arsenic, lead, and mercury
 (Exhibit 2B), compared to 25 percent of all commercially combusted wastes (Exhibit 2Q.
 Arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes comprise a larger portion of commercial energy recovery wastes
 (34 percent) than of commercially incinerated wastes (12 percent).  Again, energy recovery of
 sludges and solids tops the list of commercial arsenic, lead, and mercury waste' burners.  About 64
 percent of the sludges and solids burned commercially for energy recovery contain arsenic, lead,
 and/or mercury.

       These biases in the commercial combustion data for arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes
 become even more apparent when the focus is.narrowed tojjust the universe  of wastes that
 contain arsenic, lead and mercury.- Compared to all combusted hazardous wastes;, three to .four
 times more combusted arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes are combusted at commercial facilities, as
 shown in Exhibit 2C  For example, whereas arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes may comprise 25
 percent of all wastes combusted commercially, almost 78 percent of the arsenic, lead, and mercury
 wastes treated via  combustion are combusted at commercial facilities.  Likewise, whereas arsenic,
 lead, and mercury wastes comprise 34 percent of all wastes sent to commercial energy recovery
 and 12 percent of wastes commercially  incinerated, 93 percent of the arsenic,  lead, and mercury
 wastes sent to energy recovery and 44 percent of arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes sent to
 incineration are sent to commercial facilities.  The same biases are reflected consistently in the
 arsenic, lead, and mercury commercial combustion data for each waste physical form. These data
 indicate a strong preference among facilities to send hazardous wastes containing arsenic, lead,
 and mercury to commercial combustion facilities rather than to combust these wastes on-site.
   <«*
     Without a more detailed analysis of fuel blenders, it is impossible to determine how much of the
combusted arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes came from blenders. It is likely that some of the arsenic,
lead, and mercury wastes going to fuel blending are not reported with these codes after they are blended.

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 Distribution of Arsenic, Lead, and Mercury Combinations
                        T                               daSS °f arsenic« Iead« and «««uiy waste
             lead only.  Lead-only wastes comprise 89 percent of the total quantity of arsenic
 lead, and mercury wastes managed.  Notably, the distribution is slightly different for combusted
 TI^-S" C°mbuf ed wastes' lead-only wastes represent only 41  percent of the total, with much
 of the difference taken up by the second largest group - wastes with arsenic, lead, and mercury
 This observation could be anomalous, however, since K061 is classified as a waste with arsenic
 lead, and mercury, and EPA has  observed misclassiOcation of K061 HTMR as combustion in '
 Texas.  Because of the potential  for treatment misclassification, combusted wastes with arsenic
 lead, and mercury should be further scrutinized.

 Distribution of Combusted Arsenic, Lead, and Mercury Wastes by Waste Form

        Exhibits 1 A-1K show how arsenic, lead, and mercury-bearing wastes of different forms are
 managed. Almost half of the arsenic, lead, and/or mercury wastes burned for energy recovery are
 organic liquids  according to  their  form codes (contrary to the premise, based on the waste codes
 that these wastes generally do not contain organics).  Organic solids comprise the next largest  '
 portion at about 10 percent  Incinerated arsenic, lead, and/or mercury-bearing wastes are far
 more evenly distributed among waste forms.  Organic liquids are also the largest group for
 incinerators (26 percent), followed by blank forms (24 percent), aqueous liquids (18 percent) and
 inorganic sludges (16 percent). Review of Exhibits 1A-1K reveals additional differences, between
the arsenic, lead, and mercury wastes burned at incinerators and those burned for energy
recovery:                                                                        &J    -

              While over 32,000  tons of arsenic, lead, and/or mercury-bearing aqueous liquids
              were burned at incinerators, only about 200 tons went to fuel blenders and energy
              recovery facilities combined.

              Like aqueous liquids, almost all arsenic, lead, and/or mercury-bearing inorganic
              sludges that are combusted are burned at incinerators (29,000 tons).

              More, than four times as much arsenic, lead, and/or mercury bearing organic liquids
              !Se^med at energy recovery facilities than at incinerators (199,000  tons versus
             46,000 tons).

             More arsenic, lead, and/or mercury-bearing organic liquios are sent to fuel blend-
             ing than to energy recovery, suggesting that some fuel-blended wastes do not carry
             the same codes as the wastes prior to blending.

             More than five times  as much arsenic, lead, and/or mercury-bearing organic solids
             are burned for energy recovery than at incinerators (39,000 tons versus 7,000 tons).

             Almost all  of the combusted soil containing arsenic, lead, and/or mercury is burned
             at incinerators (13,000 tons at incinerators versus 5 tons at energy recovery
             facilities).                                                           J

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AJmost 10 percent of qombusted arsenic, lead, and/or mercury waste (about 56,000
tons) are not reported'with a distinguishable form code in the 1991 BRS data.

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                                                       ExWWI IA: QiMnllllM ol Organic Liquids (B201-B219) Containing An
rsenfc. Lead, or Mercury
Currtnl Management
Metals Recovery (M01 1 -M01 9
Solvent Recovery (M021 -M02S
Other Recovery (M031 -M039)
InclnerMton (M041-M049)
Fuel Blending (M081)
Aqueous Treatment (M071 -MO
)
997
Sludge Treatment (M101-M10I i)
Stabilization (Ml 11 -Ml 19)
Other Treatment (M12t -M129)
Land Disposal (M131 -M134)
Discharge to POTW (M135)
Discharge via NPOES (Ml 36}
Other Disposal (M137)
Tran«ler(Ml4l)
Other (Incl. MSN and blanks)
TOTAL T

0
IS
15
79
212
7
0
6
7
12
0
0
0
168
0
563
As
0
11
3
17
17
30
6
0
5
5
5
0
0
0
S3
0
N/A|
0
125
45
6.168
80.412
64.334
226.672
35
334
347
0
0
0
4.556
0
• i —
383.0297
'Streams
3
1.351
418
392
143
2.783
109
133
90
28
0
0
0
16.151
	 0_
21.5991
Pb
1 *Fac.
2
81
IB
	 28_
27
61
26
0
12
23
5
0
0
0
295
0
N/A 1
Tons
841
22.050
3.020
28.186
149.582
178.282
2.098.044
0
2.021
7.790
196
0
0
0
46.870
0
? Clft M9 1
» Stream]
0
18
15
28
266
8
0
3
19
14
0
0
0
292
0
Hg
• Fac.
0
6
2
9
28
3
0
3
6
6
0
0
0
59
0
Tons
0
157
88
16.865
32.499
39.270
ooft ettc
0
7
344
145
0
0
0
4.276
0
f Streams
3
1.365
429
479
157
2.940
0
139
102
41
0
0
0
16.432
0
	 • 	 i 	 ^HJ 	 -.-—.."•'. I "MI nin i aiai.317 | 22.202
f Fac.
2
84
19
31
29
61
0
12
23
7
0
0
0
299
	 	 0^
—' ' ' . — .. — _
N/A |
	 I
Tons
84t
22,185
3.034
46.331
198.578
204.551
2.098.067
0
2,056
8.033
410
0
0
0
47.408
0
	 2.631.495
Source 1991 Biennial Report.

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                                                        Exhlbtt 1C: QuanlttlM ol Organic Solids (B401-B409) Containing Arsenic. Lead, or Mercury
Current Management
Metal* Recovery (M011-U019)
Sotvenl Recovery (M021-M029)
Other Recovery (M031-M039)
Utclneralkm (M041 -M049)
Energy Recovery (MOS1 -M059)
Fuel Blending (M061)
Aqueou* Treatment (M071 -M099)
Sludge Treatment (M101-M109)
StaoUlialk>n(M111-M119)
OlherTn
L****3!
Dujchargi
Dtochargi
Other Dlt
Other (Inc
«
*
1
met
rial*
oeal
M9)
H(M121
SW
»andb
-Ml 29)
135)
M136)
lanki)
t Stream*
0
1
0
155
16
57
0
0
65
13
30
0
0
0
68
0
4051
Aa
»F«c.
0
1
0
12
4
5
0
0
6
5
7
0
0
0
24
0
KwTl
Ton*
0
2
0
1.926
15.326
2.506
0
0
7,900
26"
636
0
0
0
317
0
28.6«0|
f Stream*
8
14-,
3
796
50
337
7
14
426
69
54
0
0
0
539
0
W4T|
n>
• Fac.
1 '
2
3
15
10
15
4
12
16
10
0
0
0
75
0
NM |
Ton*
9
22
31
6.276
28.922
5.326
21
6
414
12.751
0
0
0
1.596
0
75.680 |
* Stream)
0
	 1_
0
121
	 vr
	 St_
	 i^
	 0^
13
25
0
0
0
69
	 0_
361 |
Hg
IFac.
	 0_
1
0
12
	 4
	 5^
	 1^
	 0^
5
	 7_
0
0
0
1 Jf
	 oj
N/A|
Ton*
	 0_
	 9
0
1.116
6.299
	 368
	 0^
	 0^
6.907
	 9£
654
	 0^
0
0
139
	 0_
15.582
f Streams
a
16
3
906
358
	 8^
512
98
	 90^
0
0
0
633
	 0_
2 700
Total
«Fac.
2
3
3
16
10
15
13
11
0
0
85
Tons
9
34
31
7.390
38,989
7,680
21
6
' 21,187
493
13.520
0
0
0
1,816
0
91.178
Sourca: 1991 Biennial Report

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                                             ExhlWt ID; QutnlUlM ol 0(h«f Fofm Cod*. (toctudJog B999 and blanks) Containing A««nlc. Lwd. of Mwcury
EnwgyRcco
Aqu.ou.Tr*
Sluda.Tr.al
OthtT
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ac
VI
?
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(•m
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«x<
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                                                ExhlM IE: Ouinllllee of Aqueous UquMs(B101. 102. 105,110- 1t6) Conlalnlng Arsenic. Lead. Of Mercur y
Current
Metals F
Solvent
Other (V
lnclner»
Energy 1
FuelBta
Aqueout
Sludge!
Management
lecovery (M01 1 -M01 9)
Recovery (M02J-U029)
KOvery(M031-M039)
kxi(M041-M049)
taCovery(MOS1-M059)
ndlng(M061)
Treatment (M071-M099)
realment(M101-M109)
Other Treatment (M12
UndD(spo«al(M131-l
Discharge to POTW(M
Other Dtspoeai(M137)
Transfer (M141)
Other (tod. M999 and I
119)
-M12
U134)
135)
dank*
«)
'
'Streams
1
0
32~
0
2
93.
•0
15
27
50
3
0
144
0
369]
A*
1 IF«c.
1
0
1
9
0
2
33
0
6
20
12
2
1
0
37
•0
WAI
Tons
5
0
0
32,019
0
0
917.950
0
348
2.931.003
1 .385.721
236
694.787
0
10.687
0
6,172.756
» Stream;
9
1
10
62
1
30
785
6
73
144
79
	 T_
1.253
0
2.464 |
Pb
«Fac.
	 8^
1
6
	 10^
1
12
199
7
11
70
13
C
1
1
75
0
N/A
Tons
61.843
30
378.060
23.484
1
197
60.128.203
422.601
10.507
6.797.363
2.705.016
12.400
894,787
	 0_
1.091.296
0
72.525.987 |
» Streams
0
0
0
	 3£
0
5
93
0
24
29
51
_ 3
0
270
0
513
Hg
fFac
0
0
0
8
0
3
31
0
6
19
	 10^
0
42
0
N/A
Tons
0
0
0
22.390
0
7
1.824.926
0
285
3.469.647
1.384.851
894.787
0
12.874
0
7.609,820
1 Streams
10
1
11
101
1
33
881
a
- 96
171
116
10
1
1
1.493
0
2.934 |
Total
» Fac
9
1
7
12
1
" ii>
,2U
7
13
79
16
5
1
1
81
0
__ N/A]
Tons
61.848
30
378.060
32.447
202
62.073.345
" 10,652
6.963.406
2.705.961
12.676
894.787
0
1.091.953
0
74.648.167
Source 1991 Biennial Report

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                                                 ExMM 10: QuantlllM ol Inorganic Sludges (B501-B519) Conlalning Arsenic. Uad. or Mercury
Currw
Melali
Solver
Incln*
Ener0
FiMlB
Sludgi
it Management
Recovery (M011 -M019)
rt Recovery (M021 -M029/
Recovery (M031-M039)
alkm(M041-M049)
r Recovery (M051 -MOS9)
lending (M061)
	 eairnenijMU/i -M099)
Treatment (M101-M1091
Stabilization (MI i I-MI ia)
Land Disposal (M131 -M134)
Xscharge to POTW(M135)
Discharge vU NPDES (M136)
Other Disposal (M137)
Transfer (M141)
Other (lncl.M999 and blanks)
TOTAL
• Stream
2
0
1
7
0
2
2
59
41
0
0
0
24
0
182~T
At
1 «F«c.
1
0
1
3
0
2
2
12
6"
0
0
0
17
0
NM
Tons
2.490
0
1 10.043
322
0
4
59.804
25
55.021
517
1 3.596
0
0
0
1,074
0
132.904
I Stream
70
0
	 13_
43
2
22
473
89~
534
268
216
	 0
	 0^
0
572
0
2.302 |
Pb
1 *Fac.
10
0
6
	 8_
2
	 10
77
42
26
	 31^
IS
0
	 0^
0
68
0
NM]
1
Tons
6.136
0
12.396
361
236
39
480.069
16,126
346.431
61.680
239.160
0
	 0^
0
4.966
0
1.167.799 T
'Streams
3
	 0_
1
3
0
33
0
56
4
42
0
0
41
0
187
Hg
fFac.
2
0
1
3
0
6
0
3
9
0
0
18
0
N/A
Tons
2.522
0
10.043
28.311
0
65.582
0
16
5.202
0
0
0
334
0
167.006
* Streams
71
0
13
50
2
493
272
264
	 0_
0
0
613
C
2.478)
Total
»Fac.
11
0
6
9
2
10
79
27
32
17
0
0
0
74
0
N/A )"
Tons
6.161
0
12.396
28.988
	 236
43
466.026
. 16.126
348.235
61.885
242.606
0
0
0
5.917
0
1.208.617
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                                                      ExWbH II: QuanllllM ol Lab Packs (B001-B009) Conitming Arswte. Lwd. M M«rcuiy
  Sohnnl Racov^y (UQ2I-M029J
  CHfMf ftocowy (M031-.M039)
   ncln«f«llon (M041-M049I
  enxpy Rtcov^y (U051-MOS9)
   u* Blinding (M06n
  Sludo»Tf«alnnnl(Ml01-M109)
  Slaolllzaihxi(M111-M119)
  OlhOfTr«aim»nl(M12l-Ml29l
  .»ndDI»posal(M131-Ml34)
  M»chafo»loPOTW(M135)
 DI»ch«B« vl« NPDE3 (Ml 36)
 0»h«r (Incl. M999 «nd D4ankt)
Souice  1991 Biennial Report

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                                                                                       -19-
                                                          ExhlM IK. Quanlllle* ol Gases (B701. B801) Containing Arsenic. Lead, or Mercury
Current Management

Metals Recovery (M011-£4019)
Solvent Recovery (M021 -M029)
Other Recovery (M031 -M039)
Incineration (M041-M049)
Energy Recovery (MOS1 -MOSS)
Fuel Blending (M061)
Aqueous Treatment (M071 -M099)
Sludge Treatment (M101-M109)
Stabilization (MU1-M119)
Other Treatment (M121 -Ml 29)
Land Disposal (M131-M134)
Discharge to POTW (Ml 35)
Discharge via NPDES (Ml 36)
Other Disposal (M137)
Transfer (M141)
Other (Incl, M999 and blanks)

TOTAL

1 Streams
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

3
AS
• Gen.
0
0
. 0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

N/A

Torts
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1

• Streams
0
0
0
2
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
33
0

39
Pb,
IQen.
0
0
0
t
Q
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
S
0

N/A

Tons
0
0
0
5
0
IS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0

32

* Streams
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
o

*
Hg
• Gen.
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

N/A

Tons
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0

5

1 Streams
0
0
0
4
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
34
0

42
lolal
IQen.
0
0
0
2
0
2
0
0
0
t
0
0
0
0
6
0

	 J*A
1
Tons








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                                                                                                                                                              0
                                                                                                                                                              0
                                                                                                                                                             "o
                                                                                                                                                              8
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                                                                                                                                                             li
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Source 1991 Biennial Repott

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                                                                                      -20-
                                                   Exhfctt 2K QuMriHlM o« All Haurdww Wad* Mantgw) al On-titt. Capllv*. and Commercial FacUttto*
CurrwM UaMgwMnl
HTMR(M011) 	 	 	
*condary SfMNIng (M013)
Oth« M*tafc Recovery (M014) 	
M«UI»R«cov»rv- Unknown (M018} 	 	
3oh(«ntR«cov«y|U021-M029) • 	
Other R«cov«v (U031-M038) 	
lnclo»Xk)n-UQUld»»ndQ»M«(M041.M044) 	
teln*«Uon-Studo*ind8oHd«(M042.M043) 	
	 Total Incineration
Energy Recovery - Sludgea and SoHdt (M052. MOS3) 	
Energy Recovery- Unknown (M059) 	 	
Total Eneroy Recovery
	 Combustion -Uquld» and Oa»ee
	 Cotnbuetlon-8ludBe«and8olMi
Contouetlon - Type Unknown
	 	 	 Total CombmUon
Aqueou* Treatment (M071-M078; M081-MOM: M081-M099)
Sludge Treatment (M101 -M109) 	 	
StabWzaUon (M111-M119)
Oth«f Treatment (M121-M129) 	 	 	
land Dtyoeal (M131-M134) 	 . ..
Pteetocs (o POTW (M135) 	
Dttchatg* vU NPDE3 (M136) 	 	 	
Tran«t«r(M141) 	 	 .
OUm(locUidlngM999 and bank) 	
	 T(
SUMira
47
3
3
261
28
1.429
1.470
548
106
82
735
355
43
34
432
903
148
116
1.167
31
3.705
165
71
2.170
148
178
IS
1.419
893
0
1 13.210
XllOn-lKi
*Q«n.
9
3
3
• 177
21
1.124
264
103
44
18
N/A
161
31
8
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
24
1.668
131
48
1.051
62
115
9
436
99
0
1 N/A
Ton*
19.223
822
501
851.931
6.333
346.710
4.583.497
1.016.012
100.285
30,418
1.146.715
546.153
26.212
12.215
584.580
1.562.165
126,497
42.633
1.731.295
1.652
252.120.735
3.803.143
328.576
69.583.441
19.160.591
2.540.689
5.457.189
2.232.978
1.923.063
I 364.692.389
T<
Streams
3
18
5
382
11
228~
1.978
*
1
1.968
2.325
237
11
2.573
127
193
27
7
182
9.040
0
0
5.169
1.766
1 19.510
Xal Capita
»Fac.
3
7
25
11
13
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
8
38
6
3
41
16
0
0
186
11
1 WA
Ton*
602
63.399
269
1.934.172
931
11
488,557
313.492
0
0
37.278
3.403
] 2.871.175
SlrMms
108
2.562
15.3*
2S2.31'
fFac.
3
35
107
39
93
9
4
22
N/A
Tons
264.809
148
151.766
61.348
5.938.759
248,218
1.112.120
149.145
b.447.878
247.799
. 894.855
787.619
83,922
216.210.648
Streams
252
111
2.841
162
31.873
12.961
17.760
23.015
618
41.393
7.195
10.793
669
9.702
17.743
49.863
196
18
258.816
15.431
167
547.112
lor All Facll
fFac.
25
6
18
217
31
1.245
315
• 149
93
26
230
206
46
11
252
N/A
N/A
457
119
1.604
155
90
1.171
146
124
11
1.000
127
t
L "**
lies
Tons
284.159
969
169.52?
1.004.316
67.681
6,293.972
5.564.066
1.425.984
352.643
76.068
1 .854.695
" i;536~i66
193.107
12.236
. 1.741.448
545.750
88,304
3.596.143
3.499.112
437.605.130
3.824,738
1.177.732
78.519.876
27.640.980
2.788.488
6.352.044
3.057.875
; 2.6 10.406
117.193
583.774,412
M Comni'l
(Ions)
".' 932
152
976
15 i
906
944
173
27 7
704
599
372
6i 7
855
02
639
45 3
757
51 6
50 1
999
420
05
72 1
108
295
89
14 i
2i8
4 2
1000
3/0
Sou:c»  1991
               ',i Report  On-.Ha and Captlv. dala obtained Irom GM and WR lornis. r«sp«cllv8ly. lor non-c     v-lal faclllll*!; Commwclal dala obtained horn QM and WR lo.ms

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                                         ExtilbH 26: Quantities (In Tons) ol Hazardous Wast* Containing Arsenic. Lead, and Mercury Managed at On-slle, Captlva. and Commercial Facilities
Currant Management
HTMR(M011)
Retorting (M01 2)
Secondary Smarting (M013)
Other Metals Recovery (M01 4)
Unknown (M01 9)
Solvent Rccovwv (M021 -M029)
Olhef Recovery (M031-M039)
InclnwaUon - Liquids and Qam (M041, M044)
Inclntr atlon - Sludge* and Solid* (MQ42. M043)
Incineration Unknown (M049)
Total Incineration
Energy Recovery^ Liquids (M051)
Energy Recovery - Sludges and Solids (MOS2, MOS3)
Energy Recovery - Unknown (MOS9)
Total Energy Recovery
Combustion - Liquids and gases
Combustion - Sludges and solids
Combustion - Type unknown
Total Combustion
Fuel Blending (M061)
Aqueous Treatment (M07t -M079; M081 -M089; M091 -M099)
Sludge Treatment 0J 101 -Ml 09)
Stabilization (M11 1-M1 19)
Other Treatment (M12t-M129) _,
Land Disposal (M131-M134)
Discharge to POTW(M135)
Dlscharg* via NPOE3 (M136)
Transfer (M141)
Other Disposal
Other Including M999 and blank

Total lor Each Mixture ol Arsenic, Lead and Mercury
Total * lor Each Mixture ol Arsenic. Lead and Mercury -
Only As
0
0
0
244
1.637
101
618
12.532
2.265
0
14.797
6.091
45.775
0
51.866
1S.623
48,040
0
66.663
27.234
668.936
40
7.706
173.705
87.101
237
0
2.973
937
0

1.038.130
1.04
As With ft)
0
0
0
191
0
24
2,049
2.231
2.935
0
5,166
8,239
9.418
0
17.657
10.470
12,353
0
22,823
12.132
57.262
93
14.163
2,388
75.340
• - 5
0
1.821
2.995
0

191.287
0.19
As With Hg
0
0
. 0
0
0
0
0
598
628
0
1,227
7.416
0
0
7.416
6.014
628
0
8,642
1.198
199
0
1.211
533
7.377
0
0
296
8
0

19.463
0.02
As. Pt>. Hg
249,168
0
0
184
0
3.880
10.072
6.730
27.796
634
35.160
152.117
3.224
0
155,341
158.847
31.020
634
190.501
30.698
760.710
0
148.310
2.809.233
1.491,452
0
894.787
25,214
766
0

6,614,975
6.66
OnlyPb
22.135
611
169.464
188.717
40.105
24.976
400.455
24.309
49.946
3.446
77,701
118.382
43.507
0
161.889
142.691
93.454
3,446
239.591
154.399
76,016,908
494.018
685.002
4.126.805
1.925.215
13.673
2.273.100
1.207,522
423.529
41,362

88.447.788
66.99
Only Hfl
21
107
0
30
0
47
18
9.055
11.648
23.268
43.970
33
1
0
34
9.088
11.648
23.268
44.004
. 794
1.990.045
0
3.605
767
54.397
42
0
4.835
135.074
0

2.233.788
2.25
HgWIIhPb
0
0
0
1
0
160
91
655
2.868
26
3.768
3.32S
3,071
0
6.396
4.179
5.959
26
10.164
10.097
56.478
93
53.550
705.424
4.878
11
0
3.203
1,117
0

845.267
0.85
Total As. Pt>. Hg
271.325
918
169.46T
189.366.
41.742
29.168
413.301
56.309
98.107
27.374
181,790
295,602
104,996
0
400.598
351.912
203.102
27.374
582.388
236.552
79.550.538
494.244
913.547
7.818.854
3,645.760
13.969
3,167.888
1.245,864
564,426
41.362

99.390.69a
10000
All Wastes
284.159
969
169.527
1.004.318
67.681
6.293.972
5.564.066
1.425,964
352.643
76.068
1. 854.695
1.536.106
193.107
12,236
1.74 1.448
2.962.090
545.750
88.304
3.596,143
3.499.112
437.805.130
3.824.738
1.177,732
78,519.876
27.640.980
2.788.488
6.352.044
3.057,875
2.010.408
117.193

583 774.412

% Total
955
94 7
1000
J8.9
61 7
05
' 74
39
2/8
360
98
192
544
00
230
119
372
31 0
162
68
182
129
776
100
132
OS
499
407
28 1
353

170

Souica 1991 Biennial HepCHt

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                                                                                             -22-
                               ExM* ZC: Quantities (to Torn) of Hazafdou* Watte Containing Aifenfc. Uad, and Mercury u a Percentage ol Hazardous Watt** Managed al Commercial Faclllilos
Current Management
HTMR(M011)
Retortion (M012)
Secondary Smelling (M013) 	
Xher Metals Recovery (M014)
Unknown (M01 9)
Solvent Recovery (M021-M029)
Other Recovery (M031-M039)
tnclnef atlon - Liquid* and Gate* (M041 . MOM)
Incineration - Sludges and SoHda 0*>42. M043)
Incineration Unknown (M049)
Total Incineration
Enerov Recovery - Uqukla (M051)
Energy Recovery - Sludgea and SoUds (M062. MOS3)
Energy Recovery - Unknown (M069)
Total Energy Recovery
Combustion - UquUt and gaaea
Corobuatlon - Sludges and aoUda
Combuctlon - Type unknown
Tout Combo* ton
Fuel Blending (M061)
Aqueous Treatment (M071-M079; M061-M088; M091-M099)
Studoe Trealmant (M101-M109)
Stabilization (Ml 11 -Ml 19)
Other Treatment (M121 -M129)
Land DUpoeal (M131-M134)
Discharge to POTW (M135)
Otscnarge via NPDES (M136)
Trana
2i 1
6B
30 ;
294
73 1
7 /
I/ 4
4 9
IOUU
132
24 1
:ib 1
2H4
Source  1991 Biennial Rapoil

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                                                                      Exhlbtt 3D: Quantities of Hazardous Waste Conlalnlna Arsenic Managed On-slte
Current Management
HTMR(M011)
Retorting (M012)
Secondary Smelling (M013)
Other Metals Recovery (MOM)
Unknown (M01 8)
Sotvent Recovery (M021-M029)
Other Recovery (M031-M039)
Incineration - Liquids and Gases (MM1 , MOM)
incineration -. Sludges and SoHds (M042, M043)
Incineration - Unknown (M049)
Energy Recovery - Uquld* (MOS1)
Energy Recovery- Sludges and Solids (M052. MOSS)
Energy Recovery - Unknown (M059)
fuel Blending (M061)
Aqueous Treatment (M071-M079; MOB1-M089; M091-M099)
Slude* Treatment (M101-M106)
Stabilization (Ml 11 -M1 19)
Other Treatment (M 121 -Ml 29)
Land Disposal (M131-M134)
Discharge to POTW (Ml 35)
Discharge via NPOSS (Ml 36)
Transfer (M141)
Other Disposal
Other (Including M999 and blank)
Only A*
i Streams
0
0
0
2
0
2
12
3
0
1
2
0
0
0
IS
1
0
14
2
2
0
18
13
0
IO«n.
0
0
0
2
0
2
1
3
0
1
2
0
0
0
14
1
0
-14
1
1
0
IS
6
0
Ton*
0
0
0
14
0
24
13
9.010
0
0
846
0
0
0
654.713
40
0
173.144
19.040
235
0
36
24
0
With Pt>
1 Stream*
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
9
1
0
4
0
1
:0
7
1^
0
»Gen.
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
v 1
2
0
1
0
0
0
9
1
0
4
0
1
0
7
1
. 0
Tons
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
1.190
23
0
202
0
0
0
27.381
10
0
681
0
5
0
27
2.796
0
With Hg
* Streams
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
*Qen.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
o:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
Tons
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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                                                                    Exhibit 2F: duantHle* o( Hazardous Waste Containing Mercury Managed On-slte
Current Manager™
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                                                              Exiilbtt 2J: QuantltkM ol Hazardou* Wast* Containing Ari«ntc Managed at Commercial Faculties
Current Management
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5.494
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N/A " J2.699.046
Source: 1991 Biennial Report. Commercial facility data obtained Irom WR and GM lorms lor commercial lacllllles

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                                                            ExMWt 2K: QuantltlM o) Huirdou* Wast* ContakHofl L«ad Managed at Commercial Facilities

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3.323
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                                                                                                      -31-
                                                                 Exhlbll 2L: Quantities o( Hazardous Waste Containing Mercury Managed at Commercial Facilities
Current Management
HTMR(M011)
Retorting (M01 2)
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Unknown (M01 9)
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