United States
          Environmental Protection
          Agency
Solid Waste and
Emergency Response
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EPA530-R-99-036d
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          The National Biennial RCRA
          Hazardous Waste Report
          (Based on 1997 Data)
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                             CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY  	 ES-1
ALABAMA	1
ALASKA	9
ARIZONA 	17
ARKANSAS  	25
CALIFORNIA  	33
COLORADO  	41
CONNECTICUT	49
DELAWARE	57
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA	65
FLORIDA	71
GEORGIA	79
GUAM	87
HAWAII	93
IDAHO 	101
ILLINOIS	109
INDIANA	117
IOWA	125
KANSAS	133
KENTUCKY	141
LOUISIANA	149
MAINE	157
MARYLAND  	165
MASSACHUSETTS	173
MICHIGAN	181
MINNESOTA	189
MISSISSIPPI	197
MISSOURI 	205
MONTANA 	213
NAVAJO NATION	220
NEBRASKA	226
NEVADA	234
NEW HAMPSHIRE	242

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 NEW JERSEY	248
 NEW MEXICO	256
 NEWYORK	264
 NORTH CAROLINA	272
 NORTH DAKOTA	280
 OHIO 	288
 OKLAHOMA	296
 OREGON	304
 PENNSYLVANIA	312
 PUERTO RICO 	320
 RHODE ISLAND  	328
 SOUTH CAROLINA	336
 SOUTH DAKOTA	344
 TENNESSEE	351
 TEXAS 	359
 TRUST TERRITORIES	367
 UTAH 	374
 VERMONT	382
 VIRGIN ISLANDS	389
 VIRGINIA	396
 WASHINGTON	404
 WEST VIRGINIA	412
 WISCONSIN	420
 WYOMING 	428

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                            EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

       The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in partnership with the
States1, biennially collects information regarding the generation, management, and final
disposition of hazardous wastes regulated under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
of 1976 (RCRA), as amended. The purpose of The National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste
Report (Based on 1997 Data) is to communicate the findings of EPAs 1997 Biennial Reporting
System (BRS) data collection efforts to the public, government agencies, and the regulated
community.2  The Report consists of six volumes:

            Executive Summary provides an overview of national hazardous waste generation
            and management practices;

            National Analysis presents a detailed look at waste-handling practices in the EPA
            Regions, States, and largest facilities nationally, including (1) the quantity of waste
            generated, managed, shipped and received, and imported and exported between
            States and (2) the number of generators and managing facilities;

            State Summary Analysis provides a two-page overview of the generation and
            management practices of individual States;

            State Detail Analysis is a detailed look at each State's waste handling practices,
            including overall totals for generation, management, and shipments and receipts,
            as well as totals for the largest fifty facilities;

            List of Large Quantity Generators identifies every hazardous waste generator in
            the United States that reported itself to be a large  quantity generator in 1997; and

            List of Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities identifies every hazardous
            waste manager in the United States that reported itself to be a treatment, storage,
            or disposal facility in 1997.
        The term "State" includes the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Navajo Nation, the Trust Territories, and the
Virgin Islands, in addition to the 50 United States.

        Some respondents from the States of Georgia and Connecticut submitted Confidential Business Information (CBI)
pursuant to §40 CFR 260.2(b).  While not included in any public BRS database, CBI has been incorporated into the Executive
Summaryandt National Analysis volumes of this Report wherever possible. Where CBI has been omitted from these volumes, a
footnote has been provided.


Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports  misleading. Refer to  the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.

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                        RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE

      Throughout this Report, the term RCRA hazardous waste refers to solid waste assigned
a Federal Hazardous Waste Code and regulated by RCRA.  Some States elect to regulate
wastes not regulated by EPA; these wastes are assigned State Hazardous Waste Codes and
are not included in this Report.  The reader can find more detailed explanations in the RCRA
Orientation Manual (http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/general/orientat/) and in the Code of Federal
Regulations in 40 CFR Parts 260 and 261  (http://www.epa.gov/docs/epacfr40/chapt-
l.info/subch-l/). Please refer to Appendix E of this Report for a complete list of EPA Hazardous
Waste Codes used by the regulated community for their 1997 Biennial Report submissions.
Details about the information submitted by the regulated community can be found  in the 1997
Hazardous Waste Report Instructions and Forms (http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/hazwaste/
data/brsforms.htm).

     CHANGES TO 1997 BIENNIAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
            AND THE  NATIONAL BIENNIAL REPORT DATA
                       PRESENTED IN THIS REPORT

      In accordance with EPAs efforts to reduce the record keeping and reporting burden on
the regulated community, EPA streamlined the Federal data collection forms (1997 Hazardous
Waste Report Instructions and Forms) for the 1997 Biennial Report cycle by eliminating the
Process System  (PS) Form.  EPA would like to caution all readers of this Report that the
change to eliminate the PS Form, along with the changes to the reporting requirements for
aqueous wastes, commonly called wastewaters, managed in treatment systems regulated by
the Clean Water Act (CWA) and not by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA),
will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to earlier National Reports
misleading.

      Wastewaters are defined for biennial reporting as wastes that have a particular form
and/or are managed on-site or off-site in treatment systems typically used to manage
wastewater. All wastes bearing one of the following wastewater Form Codes (B101-102; B105,
B110-116) and/or System Type Codes (M071-079;  M081-085, 089; M091-094, 099; M121-125,
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.
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129; M134-136) are excluded from the National Report data and the 1997 National Biennial
Report, with one exception:  waste waters managed by System Type Code M134
(Deepwell/Underground Injection) are included in the 1997 National Biennial Report.
Refer to Appendix C and D for complete descriptions of the Form Codes and System Type
Codes referenced above.

      In previous National Reports, the PS Form was used to separate and exclude from the
National Report data all wastes going to on-site treatment systems exempt from RCRA
permitting requirements. For the 1997 National Biennial Report, EPA included all non-
wastewater data and excluded all wastewater data. The wastewater data was excluded
regardless of whether the wastes were managed in RCRA permitted systems prior to
management in on-site or off-site treatment systems exempt from RCRA permitting
requirements. This is significant, because historically EPA has included  only those wastes
managed in units subject to RCRA permitting requirements in the National Biennial  Reports.
EPA does not believe the inclusion of all non-wastewaters will distort the RCRA hazardous
waste management picture presented in this Report, because only a small volume of non-
wastewaters are managed in treatment systems exempt from RCRA permitting requirements.

                RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATION

      RCRA hazardous waste generation information is obtained from data reported by RCRA
large quantity generators (LQGs). A generator is defined as a Federal large  quantity generator if:

           the generator generated in any single month 1,000 kg (2,200  pounds or 1.1 tons) or
           more of RCRA hazardous waste; or

           the generator generated in any single month,  or accumulated at any time, 1 kg  (2.2
           pounds) of RCRA acute hazardous waste; or

           the generator generated,  or accumulated at any time, more than 100 kg (220
           pounds) of spill cleanup material contaminated with RCRA acute hazardous waste.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.

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       All generators that reported LOG status in 1997 are required to provide EPA with 1997
waste generation and management information. It is important to note that the LQGs identified in
this Report have been included based on the most current information made available to EPA by
the States.  Both EPA and the States have made a significant effort to ensure the accuracy of
this data. However, the LOG counts may include some generators that, when determining
whether they were LQGs, used a lower State-defined threshold for LQGs, counted wastes
regulated only by their States, or counted wastes exempt from Federal regulation.

       To help provide a more accurate picture of hazardous waste generation in the United
States, EPA requests specific waste generation information from LQGs. For each RCRA
hazardous waste generated, LQGs are required to provide a waste description, the applicable
Federal Hazardous Waste Codes that  most accurately represent the  waste generated,  and the
quantity of waste generated.

       In 1997, 20,316 LQGs reported they generated 40.7 million tons of RCRA hazardous
waste. When comparing the 1995 National Biennial Report with the 1997 Report, the number of
LQGs decreased by 551, and the quantity of hazardous waste generated decreased by 173
million tons or 81 %. The decrease in national hazardous waste generation is due in large part to
the exclusion  of wastewaters from the 1997 national reporting logic. Fora more detailed
description of the wastewater exclusion, please refer to the section of the Executive Summary
entitled "Changes to 1997 Biennial Reporting Requirements and the National  Biennial Report
Data Presented in this Report."

       The wastewater exclusion  will make cursory comparisons between the 1997 National
Biennial Report and earlier National Reports misleading. To facilitate an accurate comparison,
Appendix B of the National Analysis provides the 1995 National  Biennial Report data excluding
wastewater (i.e., the data was compiled using the same national reporting logic used to exclude
wastewater data from the 1997 National Report). As presented in Exhibit B.1, 36.3 million tons
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.
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of non-wastewater wastes were generated in 1995; therefore, a more accurate picture of the
change in national hazardous waste generation between 1995 and 1997 is an increase of 4.4
million tons or 11 %.  Much of this increase resulted from a change in a few generators'
wastewater management practices.  In 1995, a few generators reported managing wastewaters
in treatment systems exempt from RCRA permitting requirements, and, in accordance with the
1995 national reporting logic, these exempt wastewaters were excluded from the 1995 National
Biennial Report. In 1997, the same generators reported managing these same wastewaters in
Deepwell/Underground Injection (M134), a treatment system included in the 1997 National
Biennial Report.

       As identified in Exhibit 1, the five (5) States which contributed most to the national
hazardous waste generation total in 1997 were Texas (19.0 million tons), Louisiana (4.6 million
tons), Illinois (2.2 million tons), Ohio (1.7 million tons), and Mississippi (1.7 million tons).
Together, the LQGs in these States accounted for 72% of the national total quantity generated.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.
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Exhibit 1  Quantity of RCRA Hazardous Waste Generated and Number of Hazardous Waste Generators, by State, 1997

STATE
ALABAMA
ALASKA
ARIZONA
ARKANSAS
CALIFORNIA
COLORADO
CONNECTICUT
DELAWARE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
GUAM
HAWAII
IDAHO
ILLINOIS
INDIANA
IOWA
KANSAS
KENTUCKY
LOUISIANA
MAINE
MARYLAND
MASSACHUSETTS
MICHIGAN
MINNESOTA
MISSISSIPPI
MISSOURI
MONTANA
NAVAJO NATION
NEBRASKA
NEVADA
NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW JERSEY
NEW MEXICO
NEWYORK
NORTH CAROLINA
NORTH DAKOTA
OHIO
OKLAHOMA
OREGON
PENNSYLVANIA
PUERTO RICO
RHODE ISLAND
SOUTH CAROLINA
SOUTH DAKOTA
TENNESSEE
TEXAS
TRUST TERRITORIES
UTAH
VERMONT
VIRGIN ISLANDS
VIRGINIA
WASHINGTON
WEST VIRGINIA
WISCONSIN
WYOMING
CBI DATA
TOTAL
HAZARDOUS WASTE QUANTITY
RANK
14
47
35
8
12
28
32
39
54
16
20
55
45
9
3
7
37
6
21
2
46
31
27
10
13
5
25
41
56
38
40
44
18
26
15
30
50
4
19
36
17
34
42
43
53
11
1
52
29
48
49
33
24
22
23
51
N/A

TONS
GENERATED
423,968
4,547
53,031
1,052,744
672,946
82,021
60,219
19,353
499
398,535
275,096
412
7,241
1,014,825
2,201,025
1,077,410
33,681
1,333,169
192,318
4,624,829
4,758
63,498
94,467
994,047
427,390
1,654,338
116,705
12,266
150
23,491
12,518
9,751
348,409
99,474
419,899
66,501
2,686
1,693,247
315,296
49,877
370,024
54,120
11,643
10,793
948
745,458
18,973,406
1,101
78,555
4,064
2,811
57,395
126,601
152,843
147,959
1,478
242
40,676,075
PERCENTAGE
1.0
0.0
0.1
2.6
1.7
0.2
0.1
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.7
0.0
0.0
2.5
5.4
2.6
0.1
3.3
0.5
11.4
0.0
0.2
0.2
2.4
1.1
4.1
0.3
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.9
0.2
1.0
0.2
0.0
4.2
0.8
0.1
0.9
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.8
46.6
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.3
0.4
0.4
0.0
N/A
100.0
LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS
RANK
25
44
31
27
2
32
15
42
50
17
14
53
47
45
5
9
30
26
20
18
35
23
12
8
24
29
18
46
54
41
39
33
7
48
1
11
51
3
34
28
6
38
37
21
49
13
4
55
40
43
56
22
10
36
16
52
N/A

NUMBER PERCENTAGE
268
50
180
206
1,782
163
404
66
20
378
405
8
41
48
1,058
633
182
215
348
363
137
327
474
682
274
193
363
47
6
68
90
152
819
39
2,772
505
16
1,271
144
203
1,042
106
107
341
21
461
1,219
3
89
65
2
329
595
119
400
15
2
20,316
1.3
0.2
0.9
1.0
8.8
0.8
2.0
0.3
0.1
1.9
2.0
0.0
0.2
0.2
5.2
3.1
0.9
1.1
1.7
1.8
0.7
1.6
2.3
3.4
1.3
1.0
1.8
0.2
0.0
0.3
0.4
0.7
4.0
0.2
13.6
2.5
0.1
6.3
0.7
1.0
5.1
0.5
0.5
1.7
0.1
2.3
6.0
0.0
0.4
0.3
0.0
1.6
2.9
0.6
2.0
0.1
N/A
100.0
Note:
         Columns may not sum due to rounding.
         Percentages do not include CBI data.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer
explanation.

                                                EST
cursory comparisons of the
to the Executive Summary
1997 National Biennial
(ES-2) for a complete

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                RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT

       RCRA hazardous waste management information is obtained from data reported by
active, permitted RCRA treatment, storage, or disposal facilities (TSDs). A TSD is defined as any
facility which treats, stores, or disposes of RCRA hazardous waste, regardless of the quantity
managed. Only wastes that were treated or disposed of in 1997 are included in the management
quantities in this Report.  Wastes generated and subsequently stored in 1997 are not included in
the management quantities in this Report.

       To help provide a more accurate picture of hazardous waste management practices in
the United States, EPA requests specific waste management information from TSDs. For each
RCRA hazardous waste managed, TSDs are required to provide the quantity of waste managed
and the System Type Code which represents the management method used to manage the
waste.

       It is important to note that the total quantity of RCRA hazardous waste generated is less
than the total quantity managed.  Some of the reasons for this variance include: wastes generated
during non-reporting years but shipped and treated or disposed during a reporting year and wastes
received for management from generators in  foreign countries.

       In 1997, 2,025 TSDs reported they managed 37.7 million tons of RCRA hazardous waste.
Of the 2,025 facilities, 1,078 were storage-only facilities. When comparing the 1995 National
Biennial Report with the 1997 Report, the number  of TSDs increased by 42, and the total quantity
of hazardous waste managed decreased by 170.5 million tons or 82%. This decrease was largely
attributable to the exclusion of wastewaters from the 1997 national reporting logic.  For a more
detailed description of the wastewater exclusion, please refer to the section of the Executive
Summary entitled "Changes to 1997 Biennial Reporting Requirements and the Biennial Report
Data Presented in this Report."
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.
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        The wastewater exclusion will make cursory comparisons between the 1997 National
Biennial Report and earlier National Reports misleading.  To facilitate an accurate comparison,
Appendix B of the National Analysis provides the 1995 National Biennial Report data excluding
wastewater (i.e., the data was compiled using the same national reporting logic used to exclude
wastewater data from the 1997 National Report.) As presented in Exhibit B.2, 35.1  million tons of
non-wastewater wastes were managed in 1995; therefore, a more accurate picture of the change
in national hazardous waste management between 1995 and 1997 is an increase of 2.6 million
tons or 7%. A large portion of this increase resulted from a change in wastewater management
practices.  In 1995, a few TSDs reported managing wastewater in treatment systems exempt
from RCRA permitting requirements, and, in accordance with the 1995 national reporting logic,
these exempt wastewaters were excluded from the 1995 National Biennial Report.  In 1997, the
same TSDs reported managing these same wastewaters in Deepwell/Underground Injection
(M134), a treatment system included in the 1997 National Biennial Report. Other factors
contributing to the increase included increased waste management activities due to a landfill
closing and remediation wastes from RCRA Corrective Action.

        As identified in Exhibit 2, the five (5) States whose TSDs managed the largest quantities
of hazardous wastes were Texas (17.4 million tons), Louisiana (4.5 million tons), Ohio (1.7 million
tons), Mississippi (1.7 million tons), and Kansas (1.6 million tons). The TSDs in these five (5)
States account for 71% of the national management total.

        In 1997, land disposal accounted for 76% of the national non-wastewater management
total.  Land disposal methods include:

        Deepwell/Underground  Injection              26 million tons
        Landfill                                    1.5 million tons
        Surface Impoundment                      1 million tons
        Land  Treatment/Application/Farming         19 thousand tons
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.

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NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
Exhibit 2 Quantity of RCRA Hazardous Waste Managed and Number of RCRA TSD Facilities, by State, 1997

STATE
ALABAMA
ALASKA
ARIZONA
ARKANSAS
CALIFORNIA
COLORADO
CONNECTICUT
DELAWARE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
GUAM
HAWAII
IDAHO
ILLINOIS
INDIANA
IOWA
KANSAS
KENTUCKY
LOUISIANA
MAINE
MARYLAND
MASSACHUSETTS
MICHIGAN
MINNESOTA
MISSISSIPPI
MISSOURI
MONTANA
NAVAJO NATION
NEBRASKA
NEVADA
NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW JERSEY
NEW MEXICO
NEWYORK
NORTH CAROLINA
NORTH DAKOTA
OHIO
OKLAHOMA
OREGON
PENNSYLVANIA
PUERTO RICO
RHODE ISLAND
SOUTH CAROLINA
SOUTH DAKOTA
TENNESSEE
TEXAS
TRUST TERRITORIES
UTAH
VERMONT
VIRGIN ISLANDS
VIRGINIA
WASHINGTON
WEST VIRGINIA
WISCONSIN
WYOMING
CBI DATA
HAZARDOUS WASTE QUANTITY 1
RANK
14
12
40
10
7
32
36
43
50
21
26
50
49
8
13
6
42
5
25
2
46
39
37
9
23
4
20
45
50
31
35
50
24
22
15
38
44
3
16
33
11
27
41
19
50
17
1
48
18
50
47
29
28
30
34
50
N/A
TOTAL
TONS
MANAGED
415,166
449,486
4,218
1,001,426
1,160,627
37,658
26,680
2,131
0
207,560
72,558
0
99
1,093,366
445,728
1,357,777
3,349
1,558,943
85,575
4,503,985
718
4,560
16,467
1,075,667
141,292
1,720,718
238,179
987
0
41,231
29,313
0
86,095
189,509
411,616
15,674
1,188
1,739,368
405,898
32,150
496,136
70,188
3,840
302,472
0
403,094
17,371,102
524
325,888
0
659
47,737
49,157
44,438
30,934
0
0
37,723,129
PERCENTAGE
1.1
1.2
0.0
2.7
3.1
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.6
0.2
0.0
0.0
2.9
1.2
3.6
0.0
4.1
0.2
11.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.9
0.4
4.6
0.6
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.2
0.5
1.1
0.0
0.0
4.6
1.1
0.1
1.3
0.2
0.0
0.8
0.0
1.1
46.0
0.0
0.9
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.0
N/A
100.0
TSD FACILITIES
RANK
15
43
29
29
1
32
25
47
51
14
12
51
48
40
6
17
21
27
21
11
29
26
21
4
27
36
8
39
56
38
43
51
7
37
9
5
40
13
16
40
10
21
48
32
50
19
2
51
35
45
51
18
19
32
3
45
N/A

NUMBER
44
6
23
23
250
22
27
4
1
46
55
1
3
7
86
40
28
24
28
57
23
25
28
113
24
16
83
8
0
11
6
1
85
15
73
100
7
52
41
7
63
28
3
22
2
30
135
1
20
5
1
32
30
22
132
5
1
2,025
PERCENTAGE
2.2
0.3
1.1
1.1
12.4
1.1
1.3
0.2
0.0
2.3
2.7
0.0
0.1
0.3
4.2
2.0
1.4
1.2
1.4
2.8
1.1
1.2
1.4
5.6
1.2
0.8
4.1
0.4
0.0
0.5
0.3
0.0
4.2
0.7
3.6
4.9
0.3
2.6
2.0
0.3
3.1
1.4
0.1
1.1
0.1
1.5
6.7
0.0
1.0
0.2
0.0
1.6
1.5
1.1
6.5
0.2
N/A
100.0
'Quantity managed by storage only is excluded.
Note:   Columns may not sum due to rounding.
        Percentages do not include CBI data.

Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will
Report to  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.
explanation.
                    make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
                    Refer to  the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete

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      Recovery operations accounted for 10% of the national non-wastewater
management total.  Recovery operations include:

      Fuel Blending                            1.5 million tons
      Metals Recovery (for Reuse)               1.1 million tons
      Solvents Recovery                       617 thousand tons
      Other Recovery                          443 thousand tons

      Thermal treatment accounted for 9% of the national non-wastewater management
total. Thermal treatment units include:

      Energy Recovery (for Reuse as Fuel)       1.7 million tons
      Incineration                              1.7 million tons

      The remaining non-wastewater management quantities (5%) were managed in other
treatment and disposal units, including:

      Stabilization                             1.4 million tons
      Sludge Treatment                        411 thousand tons
      Other Disposal (Specified in Comments)    251 thousand tons
        RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPMENTS AND RECEIPTS

      RCRA hazardous waste shipment information is obtained from data reported by both
RCRA LQGs and RCRA TSDs. To help provide a more accurate picture of hazardous waste
shipments in the United States, EPA requests specific shipment information.  For each waste
shipped, LQGs and TSDs are required to provide a waste description, the applicable Federal
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.
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                           NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA

Hazardous Waste Codes, the quantity of waste shipped, and the EPA Identification Number of the
receiving facility.  All RCRA non-wastewater shipments reported by RCRA LQGs and TSDs are
included in the waste shipment quantities in this Report, even if the waste was shipped to a
transfer facility. In some instances, waste is transferred within a physical location that has more
than one EPA Identification Number. These waste transfers are treated as shipments.

       RCRA hazardous waste receipt information is obtained from data reported by RCRA
TSDs.  To help provide a more accurate picture of hazardous waste receipts in the United States,
EPA requests certain receipt information from TSDs.  For each waste received, TSDs are
required to provide a waste description, the applicable Federal Hazardous Waste Codes, the
quantity of waste  received, and the EPA Identification Number of the facility from which the waste
was received. For each received waste which is subsequently managed, TSDs are required to
provide the System Type Code which represents the management method used to manage the
waste.

       RCRA hazardous waste export quantities include wastes generated in one State and
shipped to a receiver in a different State.  Exports are calculated from information provided by
waste shippers. RCRA hazardous waste imports include all wastes received by a State which
differs from the State of origin. RCRA hazardous waste imports are calculated from information
provided by RCRA TSDs.

       In 1997, 18,029 shippers reported shipping 7.3 million tons of hazardous waste.  When
comparing the 1995 National Biennial Report with the 1997 Report, the number of shippers
decreased by 2,468, and the quantity of waste shipped decreased by 3.3 million tons, a 31%
decrease. Some of the decrease in the quantity of waste shipped may be attributable to the
exclusion of wastewaters from the 1997 national biennial reporting logic.  However, since
wastewaters are typically managed on-site rather than shipped off-site for management, the
decrease between 1995 and 1997 is more likely the result of other factors. For a more detailed
description of the wastewater exclusion, please  refer to the section of the Executive Summary
entitled "Changes to 1997 Biennial Reporting Requirements and the National Biennial Report Data
Presented in this  Report."
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.
                                         ES^Tl

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       The wastewater exclusion will make cursory comparisons between the 1997 National
Reports and earlier National Reports misleading. To facilitate an accurate comparison, Appendix
B of the National Analysis provides the 1995 National Report data excluding wastewater (i.e., the
data was compiled using the same national reporting  logic used to exclude wastewater data from
the 1997 National  Biennial Report). As presented in Exhibit B.3, 6.2 million tons of non-wastewater
wastes were shipped in 1995; therefore, a more accurate picture of the change in national
hazardous waste shipments between 1995 and 1997 is a decrease of 1.1 million tons or 15%.

       Of the 7.3 million tons of RCRA hazardous waste shipped in 1997, 4.4 million tons of
waste were exported from the State in which they were generated to other States.  When
comparing the 1995 National Biennial Report with the 1997 Report, the quantity of waste exported
decreased by 924 thousand tons or 17%.  Some of the decrease in the quantity of waste exported
may be attributable to the exclusion of wastewaters from the 1997 national reporting logic.
However, since wastewaters are typically managed on-site rather than shipped off-site for
management, the  decrease between 1995 and 1997 is  more likely the result of other factors.

       The wastewater exclusion will make cursory comparisons between the 1997 National
Biennial Report and earlier National Reports misleading. To facilitate an accurate comparison,
Appendix B of the National Analysis provides the 1995 National Report data excluding
wastewater (i.e., the data was compiled using the same  national reporting logic used to exclude
wastewater data from the 1997 National Biennial Report). As presented in Exhibit B.5, 3.6 million
tons of non-wastewater wastes were exported to other States in  1995; therefore, a more accurate
picture of the change in national hazardous waste exports between 1995 and 1997 is an increase
of 753 thousand tons or 17%.

       In 1997, 543 TSDs reported receiving 8 million tons of RCRA hazardous waste. When
comparing the 1995 National Biennial Report with the 1997 Report, the number of TSDs receiving
waste decreased by 101, and the quantity of waste received decreased by 1.3 million tons or 14%.
Some of the decrease in the quantity of waste received  may be attributable to the exclusion  of
wastewaters from  the 1997 national reporting logic. However, since wastewaters are typically
managed on-site rather than shipped off-site for management, the decrease between 1995 and
1997 is more likely the result of other factors.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.

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                           NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA

       The wastewater exclusion will make cursory comparisons between the 1997 National
Biennial Report and earlier National Reports misleading. To facilitate an accurate comparison,
Appendix B of the National Analysis provides the 1995 National Report data excluding wastewater
(i.e., the data was compiled using the same national reporting logic used to exclude wastewater
data from the 1997 National Biennial Report).  As presented in Exhibit B.4, 7.9 million tons of non-
wastewater wastes were received in 1995; therefore, a more accurate picture of the change in
national hazardous waste  receipts between 1995 and 1997 is an increase of 87 thousand tons or
1%.

       Of the 8 million tons of RCRA hazardous waste received in 1997,  4 million tons of waste
were imported from other States. When comparing the 1995 National Biennial Report with the
1997 Report, the quantity of waste imported decreased by 1.9 million tons or 32%. Some of the
decrease in the quantity of waste imported may be attributable to the exclusion of wastewaters
from the 1997 national reporting logic.  However, since wastewaters are typically managed on-site
rather than shipped off-site for management, the decrease between 1995 and 1997 is more likely
the result of other factors.

       The wastewater exclusion will make cursory comparisons between the 1997 National
Report and earlier National Reports misleading. To facilitate an accurate  comparison, Appendix B
of the National Analysis provides the 1995 National Report data excluding wastewater (i.e., the
data was compiled using the same national reporting logic used to exclude wastewater data from
the 1997 National Biennial Report).  As presented in Exhibit B.5, 5.1 million tons of non-wastewater
wastes were imported in 1995; therefore, a more accurate picture of the change in national
hazardous waste imports between 1995 and 1997 is a decrease of 1.1 million tons or 22%.

                  WHERE TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

       All volumes of The National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1997
Data) and the 1997 Biennial Reporting  System (BRS) data files can be accessed via the Internet
at http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/hazwaste/data/Sbrs or purchased from the National Technical
Information Service (NTIS) at (703) 487-4650.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial
Report to earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete
explanation.

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        Hazardous Waste Report
        (Based on 1997 Data)
                                ONLY
                              CHARACTERISTIC
                               WASTES
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   ALABAMA
                                             1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER  OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):      268
2  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  GENERATED:
                                                    423,968  TONS
   FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  GENERATORS IN THE STATE,  1997
   RANK EPA  ID
                     SITE NAME
                                                             CITY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
2 2
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
ALD046481032
ALD070513767
ALD001221902
ALD000622464
ALD981020894
ALD004014973
ALD095688875
ALD067123570
ALR000006817
ALD000622852
ALD982088437
ALD094476793
ALD004009320
ALD004019642
ALD006320774
ALD093179315
ALD102066636
ALD040653636
ALD020852422
ALD004017869
ALD003397569
ALD982142960
ALD075045575
ALD003297116
ALD981475304
AL3210020027
ALD031499833
ALD000608224
ALD004023164
ALD983167891
ALD980839310
ALD983177015
ALD982115180
ALD000608216
ALD000827352
ALD078964970
ALD983167925
ALD004019691
AL7210020742
ALD055798037
ALD095687679
ALD053360897
ALD003396983
ALD053365169
ALD983192246
ALD041023086
ALD004011342
ALD983191651
ALD061311569
ALD155638570
SANDERS LEAD COMPANY INC
M & M CHEMICAL & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC.
CIBA SPECIALTY CHEMICALS CORP
CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC.
FISHER INDUSTRIAL SERVICE INC.
GULF STATES STEEL
ZENECA INC-COLD CREEK
SMI STEEL INC
TRICO STEEL COMPANY LLC
BIRMINGHAM STEEL CORPORATION
TUSCALOOSA STEEL CORPORATION
ALLWORTH, INC/ PHILIP ENV
HUNT REFINING CO
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
SOLUTIA INC
E.I.DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO.
SCHLUMBERGER INDUSTRIES
SONY MAGNETIC PRODUCTS OF AMERICA INC
SHELL CHEMICAL COMPANY
U.S. PIPE & FOUNDRY COMPANY INC
ACIPCO-AMERICAN CAST IRON PIPE COMPANY
DANNY ISBELL INC
DEGUSSA CORPORATION/ALA GROUP
QUANTEGY INC.
K W PLASTICS
ANNISTON ARMY DEPOT
ALLIED SIGNAL INC FAIRFIELD TAR
CREANOVA INC
3M DECATUR
TRANS-CYCLE INDUSTRIES INC.
GERRARD STEEL PICKLING
TERRA FIRST-ALABAMA STORAGE OPERATIONS
JVC MAGNETICS AMERICA COMPANY
HAGER HINGE CO
STEELCASE INC
DEXTER PACKAGING PRODUCTS
GULF COAST GALVANIZING
3M GUIN
U S ARMY-REDSTONE ARSENAL
NORANDAL USA INC
REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY-ALLOYS PLANT
MORTON INTERNATIONAL
ANDERSON ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS
REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY-SHEFFIELD PLANT
MDA MANUFACTURING INC
GRIFFIN WHEEL COMPANY BESSEMER
AKZO NOBEL COATINGS INC
GLOBE ELASTIC CO., INC.
LOZIER CORPORATION-SCOTTSBORO
BRITE-SOL SERVICE CO INC
TROY
ATTALLA
MCINTOSH
EMELLE
GLENCOE
GADSDEN
BUCKS
BIRMINGHAM
DECATUR
BIRMINGHAM
TUSCALOOSA
BIRMINGHAM
TUSCALOOSA
MUSCLE SHOALS
DECATUR
AXIS
TALL AS SEE
DOTHAN
SARALAND
BESSEMER
BIRMINGHAM
PELL CITY
THEODORE
OPELIKA
TROY
ANNISTON
BIRMINGHAM
THEODORE
DECATUR
PELL CITY
FLORENCE
VERNON
TUSCALOOSA
MONTGOMERY
ATHENS
BIRMINGHAM
CITRONELLE
GUIN
REDSTONE ARSENAL
SCOTTSBORO
MUSCLE SHOALS
DECATUR
LEEDS
SHEFFIELD
DECATUR
BESSEMER
BIRMINGHAM
TUSCALOOSA
SCOTTSBORO
CREOLA
  TOTAL
                                                                                               172,034
                                                                                                47,832
                                                                                                28,065
                                                                                                21,765
                                                                                                15,726
                                                                                                14,110
                                                                                                11,498
                                                                                                10,473
                                                                                                 9, 685
                                                                                                 9,388
                                                                                                 8,990
                                                                                                 6,288
                                                                                                 6,004
                                                                                                 5,778
                                                                                                 2,888
                                                                                                 2,612
                                                                                                 2,597
                                                                                                 2,362
                                                                                                 2,285
                                                                                                 2,145
                                                                                                 2,138
                                                                                                 2,013
                                                                                                 1,941
                                                                                                 1,933
                                                                                                 1,722
                                                                                                 1,657
                                                                                                 1,579
                                                                                                 1,482
                                                                                                 1,433
                                                                                                 1,300
                                                                                                 1,299
                                                                                                 1,292
                                                                                                   983
                                                                                                   799
                                                                                                   794
                                                                                                   774
                                                                                                   674
                                                                                                   628
                                                                                                   554
                                                                                                   474
                                                                                                   467
                                                                                                   454
                                                                                                   428
                                                                                                   427
                                                                                                   418
                                                                                                   348
                                                                                                   310
                                                                                                   305
                                                                                                   296
                                                                                                   293
                                                                                               411,737
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN  FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.

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  NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    ALABAMA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY  APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY  HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.

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                                               NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    ALABAMA
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF  RCRA  TSD FACILITIES:
                                      44
                                                   415,166 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT  FACILITIES, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     SANDERS LEAD COMPANY INC
                     M & M CHEMICAL & EQUIPMENT  COMPANY, INC.
                     CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT,  INC.
                     MEDUSA-CITADEL INC
                     SYSTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CORPORATION
                     CIBA SPECIALTY CHEMICALS  CORP
                     FISHER INDUSTRIAL SERVICE INC.
                     ALLWORTH, INC/PHILIP ENV
                     ACIPCO-AMERICAN CAST IRON PIPE COMPANY
                     U.S. PIPE & FOUNDRY COMPANY INC
                     ALLIED SIGNAL INC FAIRFIELD TAR
                     HAMILTON PLASTIC PRODUCTS
                     E.I.DU PONT DE NEMOURS &  CO.
                     SIEBE APPLIANCE CONTROLS
                     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA, MAIN CAMPUS
                     BROWNS FERRY NUCLEAR PLANT
                     TVA POWER SERVICE CENTER
 1 ALD046481032
 2 ALD070513767
 3 ALD000622464
 4 ALD983192402
 5 ALD981019045
 6 ALD001221902
 7 ALD981020894
 8 ALD094476793
 9 ALD003397569
10 ALD004017869
11 ALD031499833
12 ALD981919368
13 ALD093179315
14 ALD044075919
15 ALD079474037
16 AL8640015410
17 AL2640090005
TROY
ATTALLA
EMELLE
DEMOPOLIS
DEMOPOLIS
MCINTOSH
GLENCOE
BIRMINGHAM
BIRMINGHAM
BESSEMER
BIRMINGHAM
HAMILTON
AXIS
ATHENS
MOBILE
ATHENS
MUSCLE SHOALS
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.

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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    ALABAMA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
M101
Mill
                                                               QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED    OF
                                                               (TONS)     QUANTITY
                                          NUMBER OF
                                          FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
         4
         1
         4
         2
         1

        17
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  OTHER RECOVERY
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
M011
Mill
                    QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                    MANAGED   OF
                     (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
                                                                415,166
                                                                                            17
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                    QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                    MANAGED   OF
                     (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                  1
                                                  1
                                                  1

                                                 17
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.

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                                                      ALABAMA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 263
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                     209,200  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      M & M CHEMICAL & EQUIPMENT  COMPANY,  INC.
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT,  INC.
                      FISHER INDUSTRIAL SERVICE INC.
                      GULF STATES STEEL
                      ZENECA INC-COLD CREEK
                      SMI STEEL INC
                      TRICO STEEL COMPANY LLC
                      BIRMINGHAM STEEL CORPORATION
                      TUSCALOOSA STEEL CORPORATION
                      ALLWORTH,  INC/PHILIP ENV
                      CIBA SPECIALTY CHEMICALS CORP
                      SOLUTIA INC
                      SCHLUMBERGER INDUSTRIES
                      E.I.DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO.
                      DANNY ISBELL INC
                      DEGUSSA CORPORATION/ALA GROUP
                      ANNISTON ARMY DEPOT
                      K W PLASTICS
                      CREANOVA INC
                      3M DECATUR
                      GERRARD STEEL PICKLING
                      TERRA FIRST-ALABAMA STORAGE OPERATIONS
                      OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      MORTON INTERNATIONAL
                      HAGER HINGE CO
                      SONY MAGNETIC PRODUCTS OF AMERICA INC
                      DEXTER PACKAGING PRODUCTS
                      3M GUIN
                      STEELCASE INC
                      GULF COAST GALVANIZING
                      U S ARMY-REDSTONE ARSENAL
                      NORANDAL USA INC
                      REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY-ALLOYS PLANT
                      ANDERSON ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS
                      REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY-SHEFFIELD PLANT
                      MDA MANUFACTURING INC
                      SHELL CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      MADIX INC
                      GRIFFIN WHEEL COMPANY BESSEMER
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP-HUNTSVILLE
                      AKZO NOBEL COATINGS INC
                      LOZIER CORPORATION-SCOTTSBORO
                      TVA ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH  CENTER
                      BRITE-SOL SERVICE CO INC
                      EMCO, INC.
                      VULCAN,  INC
                      BRENT INDUSTRIES, INC.
                      JVC MAGNETICS AMERICA COMPANY
                      INTERGRAPH CORPORATION
                      US COAST GUARD GROUP MOBILE
 1 ALD070513767
 2 ALD000622464
 3 ALD981020894
 4 ALD004014973
 5 ALD095688875
 6 ALD067123570
 7 ALR000006817
 8 ALD000622852
 9 ALD982088437
10 ALD094476793
11 ALD001221902
12 ALD006320774
13 ALD102066636
14 ALD093179315
15 ALD982142960
16 ALD075045575
17 AL3210020027
18 ALD981475304
19 ALD000608224
20 ALD004023164
21 ALD980839310
22 ALD983177015
23 ALD004019642
24 ALD053360897
25 ALD000608216
26 ALD040653636
27 ALD078964970
28 ALD004019691
29 ALD000827352
30 ALD983167925
31 AL7210020742
32 ALD055798037
33 ALD095687679
34 ALD003396983
35 ALD053365169
36 ALD983192246
37 ALD020852422
38 ALD004020855
39 ALD041023086
40 ALD981028798
41 ALD004011342
42 ALD061311569
43 AL3640090004
44 ALD155638570
45 ALD094483591
46 ALD044496966
47 ALD084956911
48 ALD982115180
49 ALD980846828
50 AL2690320435
ATTALLA
EMELLE
GLENCOE
GADSDEN
BUCKS
BIRMINGHAM
DECATUR
BIRMINGHAM
TUSCALOOSA
BIRMINGHAM
MCINTOSH
DECATUR
TALLAS SEE
AXIS
PELL CITY
THEODORE
ANNISTON
TROY
THEODORE
DECATUR
FLORENCE
VERNON
MUSCLE SHOALS
DECATUR
MONTGOMERY
DOTHAN
BIRMINGHAM
GUIN
ATHENS
CITRONELLE
REDSTONE ARSENAL
SCOTTSBORO
MUSCLE SHOALS
LEEDS
SHEFFIELD
DECATUR
SARALAND
GOODWATER
BESSEMER
HUNTSVILLE
BIRMINGHAM
SCOTTSBORO
MUSCLE SHOALS
CREOLA
GADSDEN
FOLEY
BRENT
TUSCALOOSA
HUNTSVILLE
MOBILE
2,593
2,579
2,013
1,939
1,899
1,722
1,482
1,386
1,299
1,292
1,180
  894
  818
  788
  774
  628
  622
  607
  569
  479
  467
  428
  427
  414
  382
  357
  348
  340
  310
  296
  293
  293
  292
  274
  273
  269
  267
  253
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.

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                                                    ALABAMA
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                 11
16
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVED:
                                                    218,307  TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC.
                     M & M CHEMICAL & EQUIPMENT COMPANY,  INC.
                     MEDUSA-CITADEL INC
                     SYSTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CORPORATION
                     FISHER INDUSTRIAL SERVICE INC.
                     ALLWORTH,  INC/PHILIP ENV
                     TERRA FIRST-ALABAMA STORAGE OPERATIONS
                     SANDERS LEAD  COMPANY INC
                     ALLIED SIGNAL INC FAIRFIELD TAR
                     TVA POWER SERVICE CENTER
                     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA,  MAIN CAMPUS
1C
 1 ALD000622464
 2 ALD070513767
 3 ALD983192402
 4 ALD981019045
 5 ALD981020894
 6 ALD094476793
 7 ALD983177015
 8 ALD046481032
 9 ALD031499833
   AL2640090005
EMELLE
ATTALLA
DEMOPOLIS
DEMOPOLIS
GLENCOE
BIRMINGHAM
VERNON
TROY
BIRMINGHAM
MUSCLE SHOALS
MOBILE
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.

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                                               NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     ALABAMA
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                              1
                              1
                              3
                              2
                              4
                              1
                              1
                              1

                             10
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                44.1
                19.7
                17.0
                16.4
                 2.6

                  .1
                  .0
                   n
                                                                                            10
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  INCINERATION
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                              4
                              3

                              2
                              1
                              1
                              1
                              1
                              1

                             10
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR  QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.

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                                                  ALABAMA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        143,757  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        150,611  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.

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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                       ALASKA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                         50
                                                         4,547 TONS
12
13
14
      1 AKD092876390
      2 AK0570000182
      3 AKD009252230
      4 AK6210022426
      5 AK4170024323
      6 AKD052581758
      7 AK8570028649
      8 AKD048679682
      9 AK1570028646
     10 AK1210022157
     11 AK3210022155
         KD000850701
        AKD991281221
        AKD991281023
     15 AK9690330742
     16 AK9570028705
     17 AKD048679567
     18 AKR000002964
     19 AK3690500167
     20 AK1570028638
     21 AK8690360492
     22 AKR000002824
     23 AKD035419795
     24 AKR000002584
     25 AKD980329585
     26 AK0000016709
     27 AKD000643239
     28 AKD982656498
     29 AKD983068677
     30 AKD061038816
     31 AK9690502167
     32 AK7570028632
     33 AKD983066390
     34 AKD980977078
     35 AK3570028677
     36 AK1570028695
     37 AKD980329536
     38 AK9570028697
     39 AK1572728631
     40 AKR000003079
     41 AK3570028669
     42 AKD980329577
     43 AKR000002170
     44 AK3690502239
        AKD055503825
        AKR000000471
        AKR000000174
     48 AKD983076266
     49 AKD983076258
SITE NAME

UNOCAL AG PRODUCTS KENAI PLANT
USAF WILDWOOD AFS
KETCHIKAN PULP CO.
USARMY FORT WAINWRIGHT
USNAVY CARETAKER SITE OFFICE ADAK
TAPS VALDEZ MARINE TERMINAL
USAF ELMENDORF AFB
TESORO ALASKA PETROLEUM CO KENAI REFINE
USAF EIELSON AFB
USARMY FORT RICHARDSON
USARMY FORT GREELY AK
MAPCO NORTH POLE REFINERY
ARCO PRUDHOE BAY OILFIELD EAST OPS
ARCO KUPARUK OILFIELD
USDOT CG ISC KODIAK
USAF EARECKSON AIR STATION
UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA FAIRBANKS
USDOT ADOT&PF DELTA M&O FACILITY
USDOT FAA ANNETTE ISLAND
CLEAR AIR STATION
USCG ISC KETCHIKAN
BUSKIN BEACH
KENAI PIPELINE CO  NIKISKI TERM
ALASKA GARDEN & PET SUPPLY
TAPS PUMP STATION 6
KENT HUEY CCI INC.
PRUDHOE BAY UNIT WESTERN OPERATING AREA
TAPS VON HORN FACILITY
FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ADOT & P
ANCHORAGE INTNL. AIRPORT STATE OF AK-DOT
USDOT FAA TANANA
USAF CAPE NEWENHAM LRRS
COMINCO ALASKA INC RED DOG MINE
ANCHORAGE SCHOOL DIST FAC MAINTENANCE
USAF POINT LONELY LRRS
USAF POINT BARROW LRRS
TAPS PUMP STATION 2
USAF POINT LAY LRRS
USAF CAPE LISBURNE LRRS
ADEC-CITY OF WHITTIER IMPOUND YARD
USAF KING SALMON
TAPS PUMP STATION 5
ICY CAPE DEWLINE STA
USDOT FAA KING SALMON
TEXACO ANCHORAGE SALES TERMINAL
PUBLIC WORKS CITY OF FAIRBANKS
USARMY USACE FT J H SMITH LITTLE NAVY
MAINLINE REFRIGERATION UNIT 7
MAINLINE REFRIGERATION UNIT2
KENAI
KENAI
KETCHIKAN
FORT WAINWRIGHT
ADAK
VALDEZ
ELMENDORF AFB
KENAI
FAIRBANKS
FORT RICHARDSON
FORT GREELY
NORTH POLE
PRUDHOE BAY
DEADHORSE
KODIAK
SHEMYA ISLAND
FAIRBANKS
DELTA JUNCTION
ANNETTE
CLEAR
KETCHIKAN
KODIAK
KENAI
ANCHORAGE
FAIRBANKS
FAIRBANKS
PRUDHOE BAY
FAIRBANKS
FAIRBANKS
ANCHORAGE
TANANA
CAPE NEWENHAM
RIVALINA
ANCHORAGE
POINT LONELY
BARROW
PRUDHOE BAY
POINT LAY
CAPE LISBURNE
WHITTIER
KING SALMON
COLDFOOT
WAINWRIGHT
KING SALMON
ANCHORAGE
FAIRBANKS
CHINIAK
GLENALLEN
GLENALLEN
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
                                                                                                     4,547
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.

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  NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     ALASKA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                   ALASKA
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                449,486 TONS
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



                                                      11

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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    ALASKA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER  RECOVERY
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER  RECOVERY
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM  TO TOTAL BECAUSE  FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       12

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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                       ALASKA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                  48
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                       4,609 TONS
11
12
13
14
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      UNOCAL AG PRODUCTS KENAI PLANT
                      USAF WILDWOOD AFS
                      KETCHIKAN PULP CO.
                      USARMY FORT WAINWRIGHT
                      USNAVY CARETAKER SITE OFFICE ADAK
                      TAPS VALDEZ MARINE TERMINAL
                      USAF ELMENDORF AFB
                      TESORO ALASKA PETROLEUM CO KENAI REFINE
                      USDOT CG ISC KODIAK
                      USAF EIELSON AFB
                      USARMY FORT RICHARDSON
                      USARMY FORT GREELY AK
                      MAPCO NORTH POLE REFINERY
                      ARCO PRUDHOE BAY OILFIELD EAST OPS
                      ARCO KUPARUK OILFIELD
                      USDOT FAA ANNETTE ISLAND
                      USAF CAPE NEWENHAM LRRS
                      USAF EARECKSON AIR STATION
                      USDOT ADOT&PF DELTA M&O FACILITY
                      UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA FAIRBANKS
                      USAF POINT BARROW LRRS
                      PRUDHOE BAY UNIT WESTERN OPERATING AREA
                      CLEAR AIR STATION
                      USAF POINT LAY LRRS
                      USAF POINT LONELY LRRS
                      BUSKIN BEACH
                      KENAI PIPELINE CO  NIKISKI TERM
                      USAF CAPE LISBURNE LRRS
                      ALASKA GARDEN & PET SUPPLY
                      TAPS PUMP STATION 6
                      KENT HUEY CCI INC.
                      TAPS VON HORN FACILITY
                      FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ADOT & P
                      ANCHORAGE INTNL. AIRPORT STATE OF AK-DOT
                      USDOT FAA TANANA
                      COMINCO ALASKA INC RED DOG MINE
                      USCG ISC KETCHIKAN
                      TAPS PUMP STATION 2
                      ADEC-CITY OF WHITTIER IMPOUND YARD
                      USAF KING SALMON
                      TAPS PUMP STATION 5
                      ICY CAPE DEWLINE STA
                      USDOT FAA KING SALMON
                      TEXACO ANCHORAGE SALES TERMINAL
                      PUBLIC WORKS CITY OF FAIRBANKS
                      USARMY USACE FT J H SMITH LITTLE NAVY
                      MAINLINE REFRIGERATION UNIT 7
                      MAINLINE REFRIGERATION UNIT2
 1 AKD092876390
 2 AK0570000182
 3 AKD009252230
 4 AK6210022426
 5 AK4170024323
 6 AKD052581758
 7 AK8570028649
 8 AKD048679682
 9 AK9690330742
10 AK1570028646
   AK1210022157
   AK3210022155
   AKD000850701
   AKD991281221
15 AKD991281023
16 AK3690500167
17 AK7570028632
18 AK9570028705
19 AKR000002964
20 AKD048679567
21 AK1570028695
22 AKD000643239
23 AK1570028638
24 AK9570028697
25 AK3570028677
26 AKR000002824
27 AKD035419795
28 AK1572728631
29 AKR000002584
30 AKD980329585
31 AK0000016709
32 AKD982656498
33 AKD983068677
34 AKD061038816
35 AK9690502167
36 AKD983066390
37 AK8690360492
38 AKD980329536
39 AKR000003079
40 AK3570028669
41 AKD980329577
42 AKR000002170
43 AK3690502239
44 AKD055503825
   AKR000000471
   AKR000000174
   AKD983076266
48 AKD983076258
KENAI
KENAI
KETCHIKAN
FORT WAINWRIGHT
ADAK
VALDEZ
ELMENDORF AFB
KENAI
KODIAK
FAIRBANKS
FORT RICHARDSON
FORT GREELY
NORTH POLE
PRUDHOE BAY
DEADHORSE
ANNETTE
CAPE NEWENHAM
SHEMYA ISLAND
DELTA JUNCTION
FAIRBANKS
BARROW
PRUDHOE BAY
CLEAR
POINT LAY
POINT LONELY
KODIAK
KENAI
CAPE LISBURNE
ANCHORAGE
FAIRBANKS
FAIRBANKS
FAIRBANKS
FAIRBANKS
ANCHORAGE
TANANA
RIVALINA
KETCHIKAN
PRUDHOE BAY
WHITTIER
KING SALMON
COLDFOOT
WAINWRIGHT
KING SALMON
ANCHORAGE
FAIRBANKS
CHINIAK
GLENALLEN
GLENALLEN
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                    ALASKA
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
                                                       77 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS,  1997

   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME
  TOTAL
                                                            ELMENDORF AFB
                                                            FORT WAINWRIGHT
                                                            KODIAK
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                           NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                  ALASKA
                                       1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED

TABLES  18, 19 AND 20  HAVE BEEN OMITTED  FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES IN ALASKA THAT
REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM OFFSITE  IN 1997 OTHER THAN STORAGE ONLY FACILITIES.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                   ALASKA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:              0  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:          4,531  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                               NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     ARIZONA
                                               1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):     180
                                                      53,031 TONS
                      SITE NAME

         ZD009005422   RAYTHEON MISSILE SYSTEMS
         ZR000000604   NORTH STAR STEEL AZ
         ZD982491649   TRW
         ZD001886597   BHP COPPER
         ZD049318009   LAIDLAW
         ZD000625715   GOULD ELECTRONICS
         ZD983483488   ADFLEX SOLUTIONS
         ZD980896310   CONTINENTAL CIRCUITS
         ZD043848050   MOTOROLA
         ZD009004177   MOTOROLA
         ZD063274609   CONTINENTAL CIRCUITS
         ZP970304001   APS
         ZD083726034   REVLON CONSUMER PRDTS
         ZD980816920   MOTOROLA
         ZD982030652   AMCEP INC.
         ZT050010636   GILBERT ENGR
         ZD983474453   BFI MEDICAL WASTE SYS
         ZD980818330   NELCO TECH
         ZD091235457   INTEL
         ZD982486169   METCO METAL FINISHING
         ZR000001107   INTEL CORP
         ZD018517698   ALLIED SIGNAL
         ZD980881163   MCDONNELL DOUGLAS HELICOPTER
         ZD009000050   ALLIED SIGNAL
         Z0000886572   SGS THOMSON MICROELECTRONICS
         ZD068411651   TEXACO PHX SALES
         ZD003987997   HEXCEL CORP
         ZD983480716   MINEREC MINING CHEMICALS
         ZD008398505   CHEMRESEARCH CO
         ZD041458555   MCCULLOCH CORP.
         ZD000819615   UNIVERSITY OF AZ
         ZD020703310   LEARJET INC
         Z5213820991   U.S. ARMY YUMA PROV GRND
         ZT000624445   SOUTH BAY CIRCUITS
         ZT000617548   TEXACO TUCSON SALES
         ZD981988967   MASTERCRAFT CABINETS
         ZD008394454   BURR BROWN CORP
         ZD079014221   GOWAN
         ZD009010273   PHX HEAT TREATING
         Z4570024055   DAVIS MONTHAN AFB
         Z0000939850   HUNTER DOUGLAS WOOD PRODIS
         ZD983583048   QUALITY PRINTED CIRCUITS
         ZD982400889   WEISER LOCK
         ZD982041907   NORTHROP GRUMMAN
         ZD982471062   TRW-MESA
         ZD982519746   IMATION
         ZD081705402   PROLER INTL CORP
         ZD982503393   SUNBELT REFINING
         Z0000206565   GOLDEN FALCON INTL
         ZD074440470   QUICK TURN CIRCUITS
  TOTAL
TUCSON
KINGMAN
MESA
SAN MANUEL
PHX
CHANDLER
CHANDLER
PHX
MESA
PHX
PHX
PHX
PHX
CHANDLER
TUCSON
GLENDALE
PHX
TEMPE
CHANDLER
PHX
CHANDLER
TEMPE
MESA
PHX
PHX
PHX
CASA GRANDE
TUCSON
PHX
LAKE HAVASU CITY
TUCSON
TUCSON
YUMA
CHANDLER
TUCSON
MESA
TUCSON
YUMA
PHX
DAVIS MONTHAN AFB
CASA GRANDE
PHX
TUCSON
CHANDLER
MESA
TUCSON
COOLIDGE
COOLIDGE
YUMA
PHX
           STATE  MAY  HAVE  FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
370
291
289
261
224
200
194
192
170
162
157
141
131
129
121
119
117
114
113
112
111
105
101
100
 92
 92
 90
 90
 86
 85
 82
 82
 75
 72
 71
 70
 67
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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  NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    ARIZONA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   ARIZONA
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     23
                                                   4,218 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,
   RANK  EPA ID
                     SITE NAME

                     ROMIC ENVIRONMENTAL  TECHNOLOGIES
                     EARTH PROTECTION SVC
                     U.S. ARMY YUMA PROV  GRND
                     PALO VERDE NUCLEAR GEN STA
                     DAVIS MONTHAN AFB
                                                                         AFB
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT  MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    ARIZONA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      ARIZONA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                170
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                     57,088 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS, 1997
                      SITE NAME

         ZD009005422   RAYTHEON MISSILE SYSTEMS
         ZR000000604   NORTH  STAR  STEEL AZ
         ZD982491649   TRW
         ZD049318009   LAIDLAW
         ZD009015389   ROMIC  ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES
         ZD001886597   BHP COPPER
         ZD000625715   GOULD  ELECTRONICS
         ZD983483488   ADFLEX SOLUTIONS
         ZD980896310   CONTINENTAL CIRCUITS
         ZD043848050   MOTOROLA
         ZD009004177   MOTOROLA
         ZD980892897   SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
         ZP970304001   APS
         ZD981969504   SAFETY KLEEN CORP
         ZD083726034   REVLON CONSUMER PRDTS
         ZD980816920   MOTOROLA
         ZD063274609   CONTINENTAL CIRCUITS
         ZT050010636   GILBERT ENGR
         ZD983474453   BFI MEDICAL WASTE SYS
         ZD980818330   NELCO  TECH
         ZD091235457   INTEL
         ZR000001107   INTEL  CORP
         ZD982486169   METCO  METAL FINISHING
         ZD980881163   MCDONNELL DOUGLAS HELICOPTER SYS
         ZD009000050   ALLIED SIGNAL
         ZD018517698   ALLIED SIGNAL
         Z0000886572   SGS THOMSON MICROELECTRONICS
         ZD068411651   TEXACO PHX  SALES
         ZD003987997   HEXCEL CORP
         ZD041458555   MCCULLOCH CORP.
         ZD008398505   CHEMRESEARCH CO
         ZD000819615   UNIVERSITY  OF AZ
         ZD020703310   LEARJET INC
         ZT000624445   SOUTH  BAY CIRCUITS
         ZT000617548   TEXACO TUCSON SALES
         ZD008394454   BURR BROWN  CORP
         ZD981988967   MASTERCRAFT CABINETS
         ZT050010180   ADVANCED ENV.TECH SVC
         Z4570024055   DAVIS  MONTHAN AFB
         ZD079014221   GOWAN
         ZD009010273   PHX HEAT TREATING
         ZD983583048   QUALITY PRINTED CIRCUITS
         ZD983480716   MINEREC MINING CHEMICALS
         ZD982400889   WEISER LOCK
         ZD982041907   NORTHROP GRUMMAN
         ZD982471062   TRW-MESA
         ZD982519746   IMATION
         ZD081705402   PROLER INTL CORP
         ZD982503393   SUNBELT REFINING
         Z0000206565   GOLDEN FALCON INTL
TUCSON
KINGMAN
MESA
PHX
CHANDLER
SAN MANUEL
CHANDLER
CHANDLER
PHX
MESA
PHX
TUCSON
PHX
CHANDLER
PHX
CHANDLER
PHX
GLENDALE
PHX
TEMPE
CHANDLER
CHANDLER
PHX
MESA
PHX
TEMPE
PHX
PHX
CASA GRANDE
LAKE HAVASU CITY
PHX
TUCSON
TUCSON
CHANDLER
TUCSON
TUCSON
MESA
PHX
DAVIS MONTHAN AFB
YUMA
PHX
PHX
TUCSON
TUCSON
CHANDLER
MESA
TUCSON
COOLIDGE
COOLIDGE
YUMA
29,486
 5,307
 2, 665
 2,633
 2,427
 1,311
 1,042
   989
   789
   726
   553
   482
   479
   476
   406
   370
   365
   293
   261
   224
   200
   192
   191
   159
   143
   142
   141
   131
   129
   118
   116
   114
   113
   111
   105
   100
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS  MAY  NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE  MAY  HAVE FEWER  THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    ARIZONA
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
16
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVED:
                                                      9,476 TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     ROMIC ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES
                     LAIDLAW
                     EARTH PROTECTION SVC
                     SAFETY KLEEN  CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP
                     ADVANCED ENV.TECH SVC
                     UNIVERSITY OF AZ
                     DRMO LUKE
1 AZD009015389
2 AZD049318009
3 AZR000005454
4 AZD981969504
5 AZD980892897
6 AZT050010180
7 AZD000819615
8 AZ4572190029
CHANDLER
PHX
PHX
CHANDLER
TUCSON
PHX
TUCSON
GLENDALE
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     ARIZONA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF  FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER DISPOSAL  SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                         23

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                                                   ARIZONA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:         3,913 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:        51,869 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     ARKANSAS
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      206
      1 ARD043195429
      2 ARD981057870
      3 ARD981908890
      4 ARD983278243
      5 ARD006354161
      6 ARD069748192
      7 ARD089234884
      8 ARD053730701
      9 ARD983287889
     10 ARD052528809
     11 ARD093792067
     12 ARD091691261
     13 ARD067671313
     14 ARD982558561
     15 ARD990660649
     16 ARD983267600
     17 ARD000709584
     18 ARD007240716
     19 AR0000064311
     20 ARD000021998
     21 ARD092923184
     22 ARD983288572
     23 ARD981512270
     24 ARD139607048
     25 ARD044484780
     26 ARD059634659
     27 ARD983274143
     28 AR0000885889
     29 ARD077395283
     30 ARD059637710
     31 ARD006344972
     32 ARD980867642
     33 AR0213820707
     34 ARD983272485
     35 ARD000022186
     36 ARD983267733
     37 ARR000000547
     38 ARD062145388
     39 ARD038882676
     40 ARD006338099
     41 ARD000388983
     42 ARD021344700
     43 ARD006354484
     44 ARR000000083
     45 ARD983273590
     46 ARD006354294
     47 ARD093404143
     48 ARD042755389
     49 ARD049984214
     50 ARD006344824
SITE NAME

GREAT LAKES CHEMICAL CORPORATION
RINECO
NUCOR YAMATO STEEL
NUCOR STEEL ARKANSAS
REYNOLDS METALS CO GUM SPRINGS PLANT
ENSCO INC
EASTMAN CHEMICAL CO  ARKANSAS EASTMAN
QUANEX MAXSTEEL DIVISION
GARRISON INDUSTRIES INC
ALBEMARLE CORPORATION SOUTH PLANT
CPS CHEMICAL COMPANY
ARKANSAS STEEL ASSOCIATES
WEYERHAEUSER DEQUEEN WOOD
ALBEMARLE CORPORATION WEST PLANT
CEDAR CHEMICAL CORPORATION
TOKUSEN USA INC
SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES INTL INC
AMERON - PROTECTIVE COATINGS SYSTEMS
REMINGTON ARMS CO INC
LION OIL CO
BRYCE INTERNATIONAL LLC PLANT 2
EPS INC UNIT II
ASH GROVE CEMENT COMPANY FOREMAN PLANT
CYRO INDUSTRIES
DANAHER TOOL GROUP SPRINGDALE OPERATIONS
LILLY INDUSTRIES INC
WAL MART INC   RETURNS CENTER
INSPEC FOAMS INC
MAYBELLINE SALES INC
VIRCO MFG CORP
BALL METAL FOOD CONTAINER CORP
S R OF ARKANSAS
US ARMY PINE BLUFF ARSENAL
TREFILARBED ARKANSAS INC
GREAT LAKES CHEMICAL CORPORATION  SOUTH
BEKAERT CORPORATION
QUALITY BEARING SERVICE
NESTE POLYESTER INCORPORATED
KAWNEER COMPANY INC
CLARIDGE PRODUCTS AND EQUIPMENT INC
STERLING PLUMBING GROUP INC
AMTRAN CORPORATION
ZENECA AG PRODUCTS NLR PLANT
AMERIMAX COATED PRODUCTS
CRANE KEMLITE
WHITE RODGERS CO
CENTURY TUBE CORPORATION
WHIRLPOOL CORP FORT SMITH DIV
DARLING STORE FIXTURES PARAGOULD PLANT
KOPPERS INDUSTRIES INC
EL DORADO
BENTON
BLYTHEVILLE
BLYTHEVILLE
ARKADELPHIA
EL DORADO
BATESVILLE
FT SMITH
EL DORADO
MAGNOLIA
W MEMPHIS
NEWPORT
DEQUEEN
MAGNOLIA
W HELENA
CONWAY
FAYETTEVILLE
LITTLE ROCK
LONOKE
EL DORADO
SEARCY
HELENA
FOREMAN
OSCEOLA
SPRINGDALE
LITTLE ROCK
BENTONVILLE
MAGNOLIA
N LITTLE ROCK
CONWAY
SPRINGDALE
WILSON
PINE BLUFF
PINE BLUFF
EL DORADO
ROGERS
LITTLE ROCK
FT SMITH
SPRINGDALE
HARRISON
SHERIDAN
CONWAY
N LITTLE ROCK
W HELENA
JONESBORO
BATESVILLE
PINE BLUFF
FT SMITH
PARAGOULD
N LITTLE ROCK
752,607
 71,787
 50,822
 49,868
 38,067
 32,437
 15,260
  6,355
  5,761
  4,161
  3,930
  3, 680
  2,015
  1,325
  1,084
  1,059
    786
    723
    669
    639
    539
    504
    398
    397
    363
    338
    311
    280
    260
    259
    258
    228
    223
    214
    211
    206
    195
    161
    155
    150
    149
    136
    131
    122
    115
    115
    110
    104
    101
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   ARKANSAS
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED  WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  ARKANSAS
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     23
                                               1,001,426 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES, 199^
   RANK EPA ID
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
                     SITE NAME

                     GREAT LAKES CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                     REYNOLDS METALS CO  GUM SPRINGS PLANT
                     RINECO
                     ASH GROVE CEMENT COMPANY FOREMAN PLANT
                     ENSCO INC
                     EASTMAN CHEMICAL CO ARKANSAS EASTMAN
                     US ARMY PINE BLUFF  ARSENAL
EL DORADO
ARKADELPHI?
BENTON
FOREMAN
EL DORADO
BATESVILLE
PINE BLUFF
        COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT  MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   ARKANSAS
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     ARKANSAS
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 196
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                     216,953 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      RINECO
                      NUCOR YAMATO STEEL
                      NUCOR STEEL ARKANSAS
                      QUANEX MAXSTEEL DIVISION
                      GARRISON INDUSTRIES INC
                      ALBEMARLE CORPORATION SOUTH PLANT
                      CPS CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      ARKANSAS STEEL ASSOCIATES
                      WEYERHAEUSER DEQUEEN WOOD
                      GREAT LAKES CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      ALBEMARLE CORPORATION WEST PLANT
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      CEDAR CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      TOKUSEN USA INC
                      SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES INTL INC
                      AMERON - PROTECTIVE COATINGS SYSTEMS
                      LION OIL CO
                      REMINGTON ARMS CO INC
                      BRYCE INTERNATIONAL LLC PLANT 2
                      EPS INC UNIT II
                      TREFILARBED ARKANSAS INC
                      CYRO INDUSTRIES
                      DANAHER TOOL GROUP SPRINGDALE OPERATIONS
                      ASH GROVE CEMENT COMPANY FOREMAN PLANT
                      LILLY INDUSTRIES INC
                      WAL MART INC   RETURNS CENTER
                      INSPEC FOAMS INC
                      BALL METAL FOOD CONTAINER CORP
                      VIRCO MFG CORP
                      MAYBELLINE SALES INC
                      S R OF ARKANSAS
                      EASTMAN CHEMICAL CO  ARKANSAS EASTMAN
                      GREAT LAKES CHEMICAL CORPORATION  SOUTH
                      BEKAERT CORPORATION
                      QUALITY BEARING SERVICE
                      KAWNEER COMPANY INC
                      US ARMY PINE BLUFF ARSENAL
                      NESTE POLYESTER INCORPORATED
                      CLARIDGE PRODUCTS AND EQUIPMENT INC
                      STERLING PLUMBING GROUP INC
                      AMTRAN CORPORATION
                      ZENECA AG PRODUCTS NLR PLANT
                      AMERIMAX COATED PRODUCTS
                      CRANE KEMLITE
                      CENTURY TUBE CORPORATION
                      WHITE RODGERS CO
                      DARLING STORE FIXTURES PARAGOULD PLANT
                      WHIRLPOOL CORP FORT SMITH DIV
                      KOPPERS INDUSTRIES INC
                      SOUTHERN STEEL & WIRE CO
 1 ARD981057870
 2 ARD981908890
 3 ARD983278243
 4 ARD053730701
 5 ARD983287889
 6 ARD052528809
 7 ARD093792067
 8 ARD091691261
 9 ARD067671313
10 ARD043195429
11 ARD982558561
12 ARD054575238
13 ARD990660649
14 ARD983267600
15 ARD000709584
16 ARD007240716
17 ARD000021998
18 AR0000064311
19 ARD092923184
20 ARD983288572
21 ARD983272485
22 ARD139607048
23 ARD044484780
24 ARD981512270
25 ARD059634659
26 ARD983274143
27 AR0000885889
28 ARD006344972
29 ARD059637710
30 ARD077395283
31 ARD980867642
32 ARD089234884
33 ARD000022186
34 ARD983267733
35 ARR000000547
36 ARD038882676
37 AR0213820707
38 ARD062145388
39 ARD006338099
40 ARD000388983
41 ARD021344700
42 ARD006354484
43 ARR000000083
44 ARD983273590
45 ARD093404143
46 ARD006354294
47 ARD049984214
48 ARD042755389
49 ARD006344824
50 ARD035500818
BENTON
BLYTHEVILLE
BLYTHEVILLE
FT SMITH
EL DORADO
MAGNOLIA
W MEMPHIS
NEWPORT
DEQUEEN
EL DORADO
MAGNOLIA
LITTLE ROCK
W HELENA
CONWAY
FAYETTEVILLE
LITTLE ROCK
EL DORADO
LONOKE
SEARCY
HELENA
PINE BLUFF
OSCEOLA
SPRINGDALE
FOREMAN
LITTLE ROCK
BENTONVILLE
MAGNOLIA
SPRINGDALE
CONWAY
N LITTLE ROCK
WILSON
BATESVILLE
EL DORADO
ROGERS
LITTLE ROCK
SPRINGDALE
PINE BLUFF
FT SMITH
HARRISON
SHERIDAN
CONWAY
N LITTLE ROCK
W HELENA
JONESBORO
PINE BLUFF
BATESVILLE
PARAGOULD
FT SMITH
N LITTLE ROCK
FT SMITH
71,543
50,322
49,868
 6,321
 5,761
 4,198
 3,947
 3, 680
 2,015
 1,702
 1,321
 1,098
 1,084
 1,059
   778
   723
   669
   669
   554
   506
   425
   392
   364
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  ARKANSAS
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS


15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:       6


16  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVED:        200,603  TONS


17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME                               CITY

      1 ARD981057870  RINECO                                  BENTON
      2 ARD981512270  ASH GROVE CEMENT COMPANY FOREMAN PLANT   FOREMAN
      3 ARD006354161  REYNOLDS METALS CO GUM  SPRINGS PLANT     ARKADELPHIA
      4 ARD069748192  ENSCO INC                               EL DORADO
      5 ARD054575238  SAFETY KLEEN CORP                       LITTLE ROCK
      6 ARD089234884  EASTMAN CHEMICAL CO ARKANSAS EASTMAN    BATESVILLE

  TOTAL
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   ARKANSAS
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT  METHOD,
      LIMITED  TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE
  FUEL BLENDING
.S FUEL)
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
84,884
54,793
57, 638
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
43.0
27.8
29.2

NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
3
3
1
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
60.0
60.0
20.0
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
                                      QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                      MANAGED   OF
                                      (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED  TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM  OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
                                      QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                      MANAGED   OF          NUMBER  OF   OF
                                      (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY  HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  ARKANSAS


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        184,823  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        202,661  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     CALIFORNIA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):    1,782
                                                      672,946 TONS
      1 CAD008292005
      2 CAD983601360
      3 CAD067786749
      4 CA6170024289
      5 CAD008488025
      6 CAD009452657
      7 CAD008304594
      8 CAD066233966
      9 CAD009151671
     10 CAD044429835
     11 CAD059494310
     12 CAD097854541
     13 CAD095615027
     14 CAD009680232
     15 CAD000086686
     16 CAD982361404
     17 CAD982520421
     18 CAD097030993
     19 CAD041512427
     20 CAD009547050
     21 CAD000093500
     22 CAD008364432
     23 CA7170090016
     24 CA7170024775
     25 CAD059498428
     26 CAT080010796
     27 CAD008323396
     28 CAD041520644
     29 CAT080033681
     30 CAD041319294
     31 CAD080079601
     32 CAD000030494
     33 CAD982029969
     34 CAD076528678
     35 CAD046055893
     36 CAD982023988
     37 CAD093459485
     38 CAD982415630
     39 CAD982412165
     40 CAD066106097
     41 CAD008323388
     42 CAD062063375
     43 CA0000084517
     44 CAD092694538
     45 CAD008384588
     46 CA2170023236
     47 CAD010925576
     48 CAD008354052
     49 CAT080013352
     50 CAD000051433
SITE NAME

TYCO PRINTED CIRCUIT GROUP INC. LA DIVIS
SOUTH BAY CIRCUITS, INC. #3
BKK LANDFILL
NAVAL STATION SAN DIEGO
PHIBRO-TECH, INC.
ROMIC ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
K & L ANODIZING CORP.
QUEMETCO INC.
E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO
ENSCO WEST, INC.
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERV.  (SAN JOSE)
GNB TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY/USC MED, CENTER
GRAPHIC RESEARCH, INC.
VACCO INDUSTRIES
TAMCO
HADCO SANTA CLARA, INC.
U.S. FILTER RECOVERY SERVICES(CA),INC.
GENERAL DYNAMICS/ CONV AIR DIV.
THE DOW CHEMICAL CO, TORRANCE FACILITY
FAIRCHILD SCREWCORP
RHO CHEM CORPORATION
NAVAL AIR STATION, NORTH ISLAND
CSO MARE ISLAND
WESTAR
TOSCO REFINING COMPANY SANTA MARIA FACIL
DELPHI DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS
TEXACO REFINING & MARKETING INC., LOS AN
D/K ENVIRONMENTAL
UNITED AIRLINES MAINT OPS CTR
IMATION CORP
AEROJET SACRAMENTO OPERATIONS
MODESTO ENERGY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY PITTSBURG, CA
MC CURDY CIRCUITS, INC.
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
HITEK PRODUCT FINISHING INC.
TOPPAN WEST, INC.
SILGAN CONTAINERS CORPORATION
JOHNSON CONTROLS BATTERY
UNI LAB CORPORATION
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - SACRAMENTO, CA
ALPHA THERAPEUTIC CORPORATION
MCDONNELL DOUGLAS AEROSPACE
NAVY TRANSITION OFFICE - ALAMEDA POINT
VAN WATERS & ROGERS - SAN JOSE
MOBIL OIL CORP. - TORRANCE REFINERY
DEMENNO/KERDOON
NEW UNITED MOTOR MANUFACTURING, INC.
INGLEWOOD
SAN JOSE
WEST COVINA
SAN DIEGO
SANTA FE SPRINGS
EAST PALO ALTO
BURBANK
CITY OF INDUSTRY
ANTIOCH
WILMINGTON
SAN JOSE
LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES
CHATSWORTH
SOUTH EL MONTE
RANCHO CUCAMONGA
SANTA CLARA
LOS ANGELES,
SAN DIEGO
TORRANCE
INDUSTRY
INGLEWOOD
SAN DIEGO
VALLEJO
SUNNYVALE
ARROYO GRANDE
ANAHEIM
WILMINGTON
VERNON
SAN FRANCISCO
CAMARILLO
RANCHO CORDOVA
WESTLEY
PITTSBURG
ORANGE
SAN FRANCISCO
REEDLEY
SAN JOSE
SAN DIEGO
RIVERBANK
FULLERTON
TARZANA
SACRAMENTO
LOS ANGELES
HUNTINGTON BEACH
ALAMEDA
SAN JOSE
TORRANCE
COMPTON
FREMONT
  TOTAL
67,781
65,819
64,360
61,569
39,809
24,271
23,064
22,312
19,499
11,573
11,245
11,108
 9,380
 9,133
 8,854
 8,609
 7,810
 7,365
 7,164
 6,264
 5,990
 5,530
 4,512
 4,265
 3,930
 3,335
 3,169
 3,098
 3,057
 3,031
 2,452
 2,379
 2,369
 2,198
 1,938
 1,927
 1,906
 1,791
 1,765
 1,611
 1,574
 1,494
 1,473
 1,337
 1,311
 1,263
 1,120
 1,116
 1,085
 1,081
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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  NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   CALIFORNIA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                      197,116
                        9,404
                          102
                        1, 615
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY  TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND  D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                  CALIFORNIA
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                    250
                                                1,160,627 TONS
8  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT  FACILITIES,

                     SITE  NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
CAD009452657
CAD066233966
CAT000646117
CAD067786749
CAD008488025
CAD000633164
CAD093459485
CAT080033681
CAD982444887
CAD008302903
CAD980675276
CAD008252405
CAD008364432
CAD044429835
CAT080013352
CAD088504881
CAD981160948
CAD076528678
CAD983600339
CAD089446710
CAD009114919
CAT000612150
CAD043237486
CAD097854541
CAD059494310
CAD077182293
CAD050806850
CAD020161642
CAD000060012
CAD044046274
CA7170090016
CA6170024289
CAD069124717
CAD982041980
CAD009108705
CAD982316523
CAD982523102
CAD982521460
CA9800013030
CAD000633305
CAD983591090
CAD981450893
CAD981689953
ROMIC ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
QUEMETCO INC.
CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC.
BKK LANDFILL
PHIBRO-TECH, INC.
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (IMPERIAL
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
D/K ENVIRONMENTAL
NATIONAL CEMENT CO.
CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT - AZUSA
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE (LOKERN),
PACIFIC RESOURCE RECOVERY
RHO CHEM CORPORATION
ENSCO WEST, INC.
DEMENNO/KERDOON
KINSBURSKY BROTHERS SUPPLY INC.
PHIBRO-TECH, INC.
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY PITTSBURG, CA
KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITALS
AMERICAN RECOVERY, INC
CHEVRON PRODUCTS COMPANY
ENGELHARD WEST, INC.
CHEVRON CHEMICAL CO.
GNB TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERV. (SAN JOSE)
METECH INTERNATIONAL, INC.
LAIDLAW ENV. SERVICES (LOS ANGELES), INC
DETREX CORPORATION
IT CORPORATION PANOCHE FACILITY
ASHLAND CHEMICAL CO.
NAVAL AIR STATION, NORTH ISLAND
NAVAL STATION SAN DIEGO
MICRO METALLICS CORPORATION
SIGMA MEDICAL IMAGING, INC.
UNOCAL CORPORATION SAN FRANCISCO REFINER
SPEC-ELECTROPLATING
PHOTOTEK
IT CORPORATION VINE HILL COMPLEX
JET PROPULSION LABORATORY
MAIN STREET CENTER
DAVIS X-RAY SERVICE & SUPPLIES, INC.
AMGEN, INC.
CONTRA COSTA NEWSPAPERS
EAST PALO ALTO
CITY OF INDUSTRY
KETTLEMAN CITY
WEST COVINA
SANTA FE SPRINGS
WESTMORLAND
REEDLEY
VERNON
LEBEC
AZUSA
BUTTONWILLOW
LOS ANGELES
INGLEWOOD
WILMINGTON
COMPTON
ANAHEIM
UNION CITY
PITTSBURG
BERKELEY
ALHAMBRA
RICHMOND
ANAHEIM
RICHMOND
LOS ANGELES
SAN JOSE
GILROY
LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES
BENICIA
COMMERCE
SAN DIEGO
SAN DIEGO
SAN JOSE
FRESNO
RODEO
SAN RAFAEL
SAN JOSE
MARTINEZ
PASADENA
LOS ANGELES
REDDING
THOUSAND OAKS
WALNUT CREEK
                                                                                              701,508
                                                                                              154,752
                                                                                               78,816
                                                                                               64,022
                                                                                               35,785
                                                                                               23,955
                                                                                               21,496
                                                                                               17,175
                                                                                               16,021
                                                                                                9,749
                                                                                                9,466
                                                                                                9,176
                                                                                                5,525
                                                                                                3,483
                                                                                                3,268
                                                                                                1,862
                                                                                                1,194
                                                                                                1,047
                                                                                                  659
                                                                                                  416
                                                                                                  339
                                                                                                  150
                                                                                                  142
                                                                                                  127
                                                                                                   89
                                                                                                   77
                                                                                                   64
                                                                                                   61
                                                                                                   45
                                                                                                   42
                                                                                                   35
                                                                                                   34
                                                                                                   33
                                                                                                    4
                                                                                                    4

                                                                                                    2
                                                                                                    2
                                                                                                    2
                                                                                                    1
                                                                                                    0
                                                                                                    0
                                                                                                    0
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    CALIFORNIA
                                         1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
                                            SYSTEM
  MANAGEMENT  METHOD                         TYPE CODE

  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR  REUSE)               M011-M019
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY                         M021-M029
  OTHER RECOVERY                            M031-M039
  INCINERATION                             M041-M049
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)           M051-M059
  FUEL BLENDING                                 M061
  SLUDGE TREATMENT                          M101-M109
  STABILIZATION                            M111-M119
  LANDFILL                                      M132
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION               M134
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS           M137
  UNKNOWN SYSTEM DUE  TO INVALID CODE        ER-IN-DEF

  TOTAL
                     QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                     MANAGED    OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                     (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                                                  IE
10  MANAGEMENT  METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR  REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  INCINERATION
  UNKNOWN SYSTEM DUE  TO INVALID CODE
  OTHER RECOVERY
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
 SYSTEM
TYPE CODE

     M061
M021-M029
M011-M019
M111-M119
     M137
M051-M059
     M132
M101-M109
M041-M049
ER-IN-DEF
M031-M039
     M134
                                                                QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE
                                                                MANAGED    OF
                                                                (TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
11  MANAGEMENT  METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF  FACILITIES, 1997
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR  REUSE)
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  UNKNOWN SYSTEM DUE  TO INVALID CODE
  OTHER RECOVERY
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
 SYSTEM
TYPE CODE

M011-M019
     M132
M041-M049
     M061
     M137
M021-M029
M051-M059
M111-M119
M101-M109
ER-IN-DEF
M031-M039
     M134
                                                                                     NUMBER OF
                                                                                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
         FACILITIES  REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     CALIFORNIA
                                                 1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                               1,713
13
                                                     563,673 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS, 1997

                      SITE NAME
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT - AZUSA
                      NAVAL STATION SAN DIEGO
                      HY-TECH PLATING INC.
                      ROMIC ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
                      K & L ANODIZING CORP.
                      QUEMETCO INC.
                      GNB TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
                      ENSCO WEST, INC.
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERV. (SAN JOSE)
                      LOS ANGELES COUNTY/USC MED, CENTER
                      U.S. FILTER RECOVERY SERVICES(CA),INC.
                      LAIDLAW ENV. SERVICES (LOS ANGELES), INC
                      TAMCO
                      PACIFIC RESOURCE RECOVERY
                      HADCO SANTA CLARA,  INC.
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC.
                      GENERAL DYNAMICS/ CONV AIR DIV.
                      RHO CHEM CORPORATION
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - SANTA ANA,  CA
                      NAVAL AIR STATION,  NORTH ISLAND
                      CSO MARE ISLAND
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - EL MONTE,  CA
                      PHIBRO-TECH, INC.
                      STATEWIDE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - SACRAMENTO, CA
                      TOSCO REFINING COMPANY SANTA MARIA FACIL
                      DELPHI DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS
                      TEXACO REFINING & MARKETING INC., LOS AN
                      D/K ENVIRONMENTAL
                      UNITED AIRLINES MAINT OPS CTR
                      AEROJET SACRAMENTO OPERATIONS
                      MODESTO ENERGY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - OAKLAND,  CA
                      MC CURDY CIRCUITS,  INC.
                      GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      SPECTROLAB
                      TOPPAN WEST, INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - HIGHLAND,  CA
                      SILGAN CONTAINERS CORPORATION
                      JOHNSON CONTROLS BATTERY
                      UNI LAB CORPORATION
                      ALPHA THERAPEUTIC CORPORATION
                      MCDONNELL DOUGLAS AEROSPACE
                      NAVY TRANSITION OFFICE - ALAMEDA POINT
                      HUNTERS POINT SHIPYARD,  SAN FRANCISCO CA
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - LOS ANGELES, CA
                      PACIFIC TREATMENT ENVIRON. SERVICES, INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - ROHNERT PARK, CA
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - FRESNO, CA
CAD008302903
CA6170024289
CAD982471088
CAD009452657
CAD008304594
CAD066233966
CAD097854541
CAD044429835
CAD059494310
CAD095615027
CAD097030993
CAD050806850
CAD982361404
CAD008252405
CAD982520421
CAT000646117
CAD041512427
CAD008364432
CAT000613976
CA7170090016
CA7170024775
CAT000613893
CAD008488025
CAD000088252
CA0000084517
CAT080010796
CAD008323396
CAD041520644
CAT080033681
CAD041319294
CAD000030494
CAD982029969
CAD053044053
CAD046055893
CAD982023988
CAD093459485
CAD008262602
CAD982412165
CAT000613927
CAD066106097
CAD008323388
CAD062063375
CAD092694538
CAD008384588
CA2170023236
CA0001019694
CAT000613935
CAD981412356
CAT000613943
CAD066113465
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
AZUSA
SAN DIEGO
SAN CARLOS
EAST PALO ALTO
BURBANK
CITY OF INDUSTRY
LOS ANGELES
WILMINGTON
SAN JOSE
LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES,
LOS ANGELES
RANCHO CUCAMONGA
LOS ANGELES
SANTA CLARA
KETTLEMAN CITY
SAN DIEGO
INGLEWOOD
SANTA ANA
SAN DIEGO
VALLEJO
EL MONTE
SANTA FE SPRINGS
LOS ANGELES
SACRAMENTO
ARROYO GRANDE
ANAHEIM
WILMINGTON
VERNON
SAN FRANCISCO
RANCHO CORDOVA
WESTLEY
OAKLAND
ORANGE
SAN FRANCISCO
REEDLEY
SYLMAR
SAN DIEGO
HIGHLAND
RIVERBANK
FULLERTON
TARZANA
LOS ANGELES
HUNTINGTON BEACH
ALAMEDA
SAN FRANCISCO
LOS ANGELES
EL CAJON
ROHNERT PARK
FRESNO
98,712
61,535
32,500
25,599
23,064
22,214
12,122
11,367
11,106
 9,380
 9,040
 8,364
 8,226
 7,577
 7,450
 7,411
 7,164
 5,532
 5,412
 4,512
 4,250
 4,147
 4,024
 3,923
 3, 639
 3,335
 3,169
 3,098
 2,933
 2,837
 2,371
 2,369
 2,294
 1,938
 1,927
 1,906
 1,822
 1,765
 1,714
 1,611
 1,574
 1,489
 1,337
 1,311
 1,263
 1,243
 1,230
 1,223
 1,178
 1,168
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     CALIFORNIA
                                                 1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                   50
16
                                                    1,535,991 TONS
11
12
13
14
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                      SITE NAME
                      ROMIC ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
                      QUEMETCO INC.
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC.
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (IMPERIAL
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      D/K ENVIRONMENTAL
                      NATIONAL CEMENT CO.
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT - AZUSA
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE  (LOKERN),
                      PACIFIC RESOURCE RECOVERY
                      LAIDLAW ENV. SERVICES (LOS ANGELES), INC
                      ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICAL SERVICE
                      RHO CHEM CORPORATION
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - SANTA ANA, CA
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - EL MONTE, CA
                      ENSCO WEST,  INC.
                      DEMENNO/KERDOON
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - SACRAMENTO, CA
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERV.  (SAN JOSE)
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - OAKLAND,  CA
                      KINSBURSKY BROTHERS SUPPLY INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - HIGHLAND, CA
                      PHIBRO-TECH, INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - ROHNERT PARK, CA
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - FRESNO, CA
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - LOS ANGELES,  CA
                      KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITALS
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - SALIDA, CA
                      AMERICAN RECOVERY, INC
                      CROSBY & OVERTON, INC.
                      ENGELHARD WEST, INC.
                      GNB TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
                      PHIBRO-TECH, INC.
                      NAVAL AIR STATION, NORTH ISLAND
                      METECH INTERNATIONAL, INC.
                      NAVAL STATION SAN DIEGO
                      DETREX CORPORATION
                      RAYTHEON SYSTEMS COMPANY, SENSORS AND EL
                      BROCO ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
                      MICRO METALLICS CORPORATION
                      HUGHES SPACE AND COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY
                      LAWRENCE LIVERMORE NATIONAL LABORATORY M
                      SDG&E - MIRAMAR
                      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY PICO RIV
                      SIGMA MEDICAL IMAGING, INC.
                      IBM CORPORATION
                      MAIN STREET CENTER
                      LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY
                      APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGIES II,  INC.
                      DAVIS X-RAY SERVICE & SUPPLIES, INC.
 1 CAD009452657
 2 CAD066233966
 3 CAT000646117
 4 CAD000633164
 5 CAD093459485
 6 CAT080033681
 7 CAD982444887
 8 CAD008302903
 9 CAD980675276
10 CAD008252405
   CAD050806850
   CAT080014079
   CAD008364432
   CAT000613976
15 CAT000613893
16 CAD044429835
17 CAT080013352
18 CA0000084517
19 CAD059494310
20 CAD053044053
21 CAD088504881
22 CAT000613927
23 CAD981160948
24 CAT000613943
25 CAD066113465
26 CAT000613935
27 CAD983600339
28 CAT000613968
29 CAD089446710
30 CAD028409019
31 CAT000612150
32 CAD097854541
33 CAD008488025
34 CA7170090016
35 CAD077182293
36 CA6170024289
37 CAD020161642
38 CAD000633230
39 CAT080022148
40 CAD069124717
41 CAD060897063
42 CA2890012584
43 CAD981168107
44 CAT000625137
45 CAD982041980
46 CAD990843989
47 CAD000633305
48 CA4890008986
49 CAT080010101
EAST PALO ALTO
CITY OF INDUSTRY
KETTLEMAN CITY
WESTMORLAND
REEDLEY
VERNON
LEBEC
AZUSA
BUTTONWILLOW
LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES
RICHMOND
INGLEWOOD
SANTA ANA
EL MONTE
WILMINGTON
COMPTON
SACRAMENTO
SAN JOSE
OAKLAND
ANAHEIM
HIGHLAND
UNION CITY
ROHNERT PARK
FRESNO
LOS ANGELES
BERKELEY
SALIDA
ALHAMBRA
LONG BEACH
ANAHEIM
LOS ANGELES
SANTA FE SPRINGS
SAN DIEGO
GILROY
SAN DIEGO
LOS ANGELES
EL SEGUNDO
RIALTO
SAN JOSE
EL SEGUNDO
LIVERMORE
SAN DIEGO
PICO RIVERA
FRESNO
SAN JOSE
LOS ANGELES
BERKELEY
CHULA VISTA
REDDING
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
1,143,838
  154,632
   78,722
   23,955
   21,544
   17,037
   16,021
   12,249
    9,466
    8,133
    7,277
    5,610
    5,525
    4,162
    4,000
    3,492
    3,268
    2,383
    2,217
    2,046
    2,035
    1,468
    1,194
    1,078
    1,052
      983
      659
      568
      416
      157
      150
      127
       90
       81
       77
       61
       61
       39
       36
       33
       13
       12
       10
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    CALIFORNIA
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE  RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT  METHOD

  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR  REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
M101
Mill
                                                                QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                                MANAGED   OF
                                                                (TONS)    QUANTITY
                                          NUMBER OF
                                          FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                  14
19  MANAGEMENT  METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE  RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR  REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  INCINERATION
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER RECOVERY
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                     QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                     MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                     (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                                                  14
                                                   5
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT  METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY  NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE  RECEIVED FROM OFF SITE, 1997
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR  REUSE)
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                                           M011-
                                          NUMBER OF
                                          FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                  14
                                                   7
         FACILITIES  REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE  MULTIPLE HANDLING
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 CALIFORNIA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        270,167 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        207,119 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     COLORADO
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      163
                                                       82,021  TONS
      1 C08213820725
      2 COR000002071
      3 COD007057961
      4 COD076470525
      5 COD005548037
      6 COD983794132
      7 COD991300484
      8 COR000002816
      9 COR000004002
     10 COD097147987
     11 COD980718902
     12 COD054929989
     13 COD000694869
     14 COD078341658
     15 COD983777541
     16 C05210020769
     17 COD078362837
     18 COD001704790
     19 COD005127279
     20 COD081474710
     21 COD058158775
     22 COD069712792
     23 COD007063290
     24 COD980667059
     25 COR000006825
     26 COD007077175
     27 COR000002113
     28 COD000109975
     29 COD983775123
     30 COD060627189
     31 COR000008870
     32 COR000005173
     33 COD983778366
     34 C07890010526
     35 COD007073901
     36 CO9570025644
     37 COD983802877
     38 COD007060999
     39 COD007091879
     40 C00000059758
     41 COD000818179
     42 COD981547797
     43 COD007058167
     44 COD007092513
     45 COD982581837
     46 COD070385620
     47 COD980635841
     48 COD039146931
     49 COD094154671
     50 COD981549413
SITE NAME

PUEBLO CHEMICAL DEPOT (PCD)
RIVER ROAD DIKE GJ-43895-CC
ROCKY MOUNTAIN STEEL MILLS
SYNTEX CHEMICALS,  INC.
DIETERICH STANDARD
NEXSTAR PHARMACEUTICALS INC.
LAIDLAW ENV SERVICES(DEER TRAIL)  INC.
MERIX CORPORATION - LOVELAND OPERATION
ASARCO INC YAK TUNNEL WTP
NTI-DIVISION OF COLO SPRINGS CIRCU
UNOCAL PARACHUTE CREEK SHALE OIL PR
COORS BREWING COMPANY
BOULDER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY
KODAK COLORADO DIVISION
HAUSER, INC.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL
CHEMICAL & METAL INDUSTRIES
LOCKHEED MARTIN ASTRONAUTICS
OEA, INC.
ATMEL CORPORATION
SAE CIRCUITS COLORADO, INC.
COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITE (STORAGE)
NORTH AMERICAN GALVANIZING CO - DENVER
SYMBIOS, INC.
STEVE'S AMOCO GJ-05450-CS
KOPPERS  (BEAZER EAST INC)
CAMEO POWER PLANT GJ-15609-CS
COLORADO REFINING COMPANY
LEXMARK INTERNATIONAL INC
CONOCO INC.
COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NAPRO BIOTHERAPEUTICS INC
CLEAN HARBORS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVI
ROCKY FLATS PLANT - US DOE
LINCOLN PLATING COMPANY
BUCKLEY AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE
COORS CERAMICS CO
POWER ENGINEERING COMPANY
CENTER LINE CIRCUITS INC
HAUSER, INC.
COORS CERAMICS ELECTRONICS DIV
MASTERCRAFT CABINETS, INC.
SAMSONITE CORPORATION
WESTERN FORGE
RICON RESINS INC
AAA PLATING, INC.
DRESSER OIL TOOLS (AXELSON)
NEOPLAN USA CORP
COZINCO, INC.
SAS CIRCUITS INC

PUEBLO
GRAND JUNCTION
PUEBLO
BOULDER,
BOULDER
BOULDER
DEER TRAIL
LOVELAND
LEADVILLE
COLORADO SPRINGS
PARACHUTE
GOLDEN
MEAD
WINDSOR
BOULDER
COMMERCE CITY
DENVER
LITTLETON
AURORA
COLORADO SPRINGS
BOULDER
FT COLLINS
COMMERCE CITY
COLORADO SPRINGS
GRAND JUNCTION
DENVER
PALISADE
COMMERCE CITY
LONGMONT
COMMERCE CITY
DENVER
BOULDER
STERLING
GOLDEN
DENVER
BUCKLEY ANGB
GOLDEN
DENVER
LONGMONT
LONGMONT
GOLDEN
AURORA
DENVER
COLORADO SPRINGS
GRAND JUNCTION
DENVER
COLORADO SPRINGS
LAMAR
SALIDA
LITTLETON
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   COLORADO
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
        HAS MORE THAN ONE
 3,121   LISTED CODE
47,484   TOTAL
                                                                     TONS  OF
                                                                     WASTE
                                                                     GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
          ONLY LISTED
          CODES BUT HAS
          MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                  3,121
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                                      IGN. W/ AT  LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      D004-17 W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      D018-43 W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      F WASTE W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                      K WASTE W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                      P WASTE W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                      U WASTE W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                      TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:      22
                                                 COLORADO
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                 37,658 TONS
                                                           DEER TRAIL
                                                           GOLDEN
  NOTE:  COLUMNS  MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                                  COLORADO
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                             MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                             MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES,  1997
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED    OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
        COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY  HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     COLORADO
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 153
13
                                                      53,370  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      ROCKY MOUNTAIN STEEL MILLS
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT,  INC
                      SYNTEX CHEMICALS,  INC.
                      DIETERICH STANDARD
                      NEXSTAR PHARMACEUTICALS  INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      MERIX CORPORATION  - LOVELAND  OPERATION
                      LAIDLAW ENV SERVICES(DEER TRAIL)  INC.
                      ASARCO INC YAK TUNNEL WTP
                      UNOCAL PARACHUTE CREEK  SHALE  OIL  PR
                      NTI-DIVISION OF COLO SPRINGS  CIRCU
                      COORS BREWING COMPANY
                      BOULDER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      KODAK COLORADO DIVISION
                      HAUSER,  INC.
                      ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL
                      CHEMICAL & METAL INDUSTRIES
                      OEA,  INC.
                      LOCKHEED MARTIN ASTRONAUTICS
                      ATMEL CORPORATION
                      SAE CIRCUITS COLORADO,  INC.
                      COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITE (STORAGE)
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      NORTH AMERICAN GALVANIZING  CO - DENVER
                      SYMBIOS,  INC.
                      KOPPERS  (BEAZER EAST INC)
                      COLORADO REFINING  COMPANY
                      CONOCO INC.
                      LEXMARK INTERNATIONAL INC
                      COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF  TRANSPORTATION
                      NAPRO BIOTHERAPEUTICS INC
 1 COD007057961
 2 COD980591184
 3 COD076470525
 4 COD005548037
 5 COD983794132
 6 COD000716621
 7 COR000002816
 8 COD991300484
 9 COR000004002
10 COD980718902
11 COD097147987
12 COD054929989
13 COD000694869
14 COD000716639
15 COD078341658
16 COD983777541
17 C05210020769
18 COD078362837
19 COD005127279
20 COD001704790
21 COD081474710
22 COD058158775
23 COD069712792
24 COT090010851
25 COD007063290
26 COD980667059
27 COD007077175
28 COD000109975
29 COD060627189
30 COD983775123
31 COR000008870
32 COR000005173
33 COD983778366
34 C08213820725
35 COD981549447
36 COD007073901
37 COD983802877
38 C09570025644
39 COD007060999
40 COD007091879
41 C00000059758
42 COD000818179
43 COD981547797
44 COD007058167
45 COD007092513
46 COD982581837
47 COD070385620
48 COD980635841
49 COD007057995
50 COD094154671
                      CLEAN HARBORS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVI
                      PUEBLO CHEMICAL DEPOT (PCD)
                      COLLINS COLLISON PRODUCTS
                      LINCOLN PLATING COMPANY
                      COORS CERAMICS CO
                      BUCKLEY AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE
                      POWER ENGINEERING COMPANY
                      CENTER LINE CIRCUITS INC
                      HAUSER, INC.
                      COORS CERAMICS ELECTRONICS DIV
                      MASTERCRAFT CABINETS,  INC.
                      SAMSONITE CORPORATION
                      WESTERN FORGE
                      RICON RESINS  INC
                      AAA PLATING,  INC.
                      DRESSER OIL TOOLS (AXELSON)
                      SUNDSTRAND AEROSPACE
                      COZINCO,  INC.

  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
PUEBLO
HENDERSON
BOULDER,
BOULDER
BOULDER
ENGLEWOOD
LOVELAND
DEER TRAIL
LEADVILLE
PARACHUTE
COLORADO SPRINGS
GOLDEN
MEAD
PUEBLO
WINDSOR
BOULDER
COMMERCE CITY
DENVER
AURORA
LITTLETON
COLORADO SPRINGS
BOULDER
FT COLLINS
GRAND JUNCTION
COMMERCE CITY
COLORADO SPRINGS
DENVER
COMMERCE
COMMERCE
LONGMONT
DENVER
BOULDER
STERLING
PUEBLO
LOVELAND
DENVER
GOLDEN
BUCKLEY ANGB
DENVER
LONGMONT
LONGMONT
GOLDEN
AURORA
DENVER
COLORADO SPRINGS
GRAND JUNCTION
DENVER
COLORADO SPRINGS
DENVER
SALIDA
507
442
386
381
378
361
357
302
284
256
253
244
237
226
221
197
191
185
176
175
153
145
144
125
122
113
107
105
102
 99
 95
 89
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   COLORADO
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS:
16
                                                     39,790 TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     LAIDLAW ENV  SERVICES(DEER TRAIL)  INC.
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT,  INC
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO,  BOULDER
                     COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITE (STORAGE)
                     COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY (DISPOSAL)
1 COD991300484
2 COD000716621
3 COD980591184
4 COD000716639
5 COT090010851
6 COD007431505
7 COD069712792
8 COT090011529
DEER TRAIL
ENGLEWOOD
HENDERSON
PUEBLO
GRAND JUNCTION
BOULDER
FT COLLINS
FT COLLINX
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   COLORADO
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE,  1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  STABILIZATION
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO  TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE  HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 COLORADO


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         35,705 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         41,257 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                 CONNECTICUT
                                             1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE  QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):      404
2  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATED:
                                                    60,219 TONS
   FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATORS IN THE STATE, 1997
   RANK EPA ID
                     SITE NAME
                                                            CITY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
2 2
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
CTD021816889
CTD001147495
CTD002593887
CTD001159730
CTD001453232
CTD018631952
CTR000004457
CTD001173467
CTD134204916
CTD046233003
CTD001449784
CTD001449826
CTD010170363
CTD990672081
CTD001183300
CTD001980911
CTD001181502
CTD001147842
CTD001148717
CTD000604488
CTD000652206
CTD002496909
CTD001162809
CTD001166263
CTD001145341
CTD058507740
CTD052541695
CTD983884164
CTD042279513
CTD075133835
CTD004531919
CTD001144062
CTD043036995
CTD001164599
CTD001186212
CTD024539967
CTD001449511
CTD982547689
CTD001450154
CTD980669352
CTD001171719
CT0690307871
CTD001152545
CTD001147974
CTD981889538
CTD060018777
CTD001170547
CTD000844399
CTD001141233
CTD065521304
UNITED OIL RECOVERY, INC.
PFIZER INC
BRIDGEPORT UNITED RECYCLING
DOW CHEMICAL CO. ALLYNS POINT PLT
FRAMATOME CONNECTORS USA INC
STANLEY BOSTITCH
EXETER ENERGY LP
CYTEC INDUSTRIES
COYNE TEXTILE SERVICES
CONNECTICUT GALVANIZING CORP.
SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORP.
UNI ROYAL CHEMICAL
STANLEY HARDWARE
PRATT & WHITNEY
BASSETT W E CO INC THE
FM PRECISION GOLF MFG CORPORATION
STRATFORD ARMY ENGINE PLANT
ELECTRIC BOAT CORPORATION
TORRINGTON CO THE STANDARD PLT
CLEAN HARBORS OF CONNECTICUT, INC.
TYCO PRINTED CIRCUIT GRP INC., STAFFORD
SUMMIT CORP OF AMERICA
MORTON INTERNATIONAL
MIRROR POLISHING & PLATING INC.
HAMILTON STANDARD DIVISION OF U T C
CHANDLER EVANS CONTROL SYSTEMS DIV.
CORBIN RUSSWIN, INC.
ENTHONE-OMI INC.
KING INDSUTRIES, INC,
HAMPFORD RESEARCH, INC.
LILLY INDUSTRIES, INC.
BIRKEN MFG CO
PRINTED CIRCUIT GROUP INC ., STAFFORD DIV.
MCDERMID, INC.
VITRAMON, INCORPORATED
EASCO ALUMINUM - BERLIN FACILITY
PRATT & WHITNEY NORTH HAVEN
SHERRI CUP INC.
WHYCO CHROMIUM CO INC
SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORP
WATERBURY PLATING CO
U.S. COAST GUARD ACADEMY
FORESTVILLE IND PLATING CO INC
MILLER CO THE
ARMOLOY OF CT INC
CONNECTICUT ANODIZING & FINISHING
THE TORRINGTON CO.
PRATT & WHITNEY
ANCHOR GLASS CONTAINER CORP
TYCO PRINTED CIRCUIT GROUP INC.
MERIDEN
GROT ON
BRIDGEPORT
GALES FERRY
MILFORD
CLINTON
STERLING
WALLINGFORD
WATERBURY
GLASTONBURY
STRATFORD
NAUGATUCK
NEW BRITAIN
EAST HARTFORD
DERBY
TORRINGTON
STRATFORD
GROT ON
TORRINGTON
BRISTOL
STAFFORDVILLE
THOMASTON
STAMFORD
WATERBURY
WINDSOR LOCKS
WEST HARTFORD
BERLIN
WEST HAVEN
NORWALK
STRATFORD
ROCKY HILL
BLOOMFIELD
STAFFORD
WATERBURY
MONROE
BERLIN
NORTH HAVEN
BERLIN
THOMASTON
SHELTON
WATERBURY
NEW LONDON
SOUTHINGTON
MERIDEN
BRISTOL
BRIDGEPORT
WATERBURY
EAST HARTFORD
HARTFORD
MANCHESTER
  TOTAL
                                                                                                 538
                                                                                                 465
                                                                                                 422
                                                                                                 384
                                                                                                 338
                                                                                                 332
                                                                                                 309
                                                                                                 300
                                                                                                 299
                                                                                                 294
                                                                                                 286
                                                                                                 282
                                                                                                 279
                                                                                                 278
                                                                                                 264
                                                                                                 255
                                                                                                 253
                                                                                                 245
                                                                                                 238
                                                                                                 236
                                                                                                 225
                                                                                                 221
                                                                                                 214
                                                                                                 203
                                                                                                 187
                                                                                                 166
                                                                                                 165
                                                                                                 163
                                                                                                 162
                                                                                                 160
                                                                                                 160
                                                                                                 152
                                                                                                 150
                                                                                                 149
                                                                                                 148
                                                                                                 135
                                                                                                 135
          STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN FIFTY  GENERATORS.
          GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
          CBI DATA HAS  BEEN EXCLUDED FROM  THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 CONNECTICUT
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN  ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO  MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
        CBI  DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE STATE  DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 CONNECTICUT
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     27
                                                  26,680 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES, 199^

                     SITE NAME
                     BRIDGEPORT UNITED  RECYCLING
                     CLEAN HARBORS OF CONNECTICUT,  INC.
                     DOW CHEMICAL CO. ALLYNS POINT  PLT
                     ENTHONE-OMI INC.
                     BIC CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
MERIDEN
BRIDGEPORT
BRISTOL
GALES FERRY
WEST HAVEN
MILFORD
PLAINFIELD
BRANFORD
  TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
        CBI DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM  THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 CONNECTICUT
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  OTHER  RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY   FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL  BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  FUEL  BLENDING
  OTHER RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                4.5
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   CONNECTICUT
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 384
13  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  SHIPPED:
                                                      73,515  TONS
   RANK EPA ID

      1 CTD021816889
      2 CTD001147495
      3 CTD002593887
      4 CTD001159730
      5 CTD000604488
      6 CTD000845982
      7 CTD001453232
      8 CTD018631952
      9 CTD001156009
     10 CTR000004457
     11 CTD001173467
     12 CTD134204916
     13 CTD046233003
     14 CTD001449784
     15 CTD001449826
     16 CTD010170363
     17 CTD990672081
     18 CTD001183300
     19 CTD001980911
     20 CTD001181502
     21 CTD983896341
     22 CTD001147842
     23 CTD001148717
     24 CTD000845131
     25 CTD000652206
     26 CTD002496909
     27 CTD001145341
     28 CTD001166263
     29 CTD001162809
     30 CTD058507740
     31 CTD052541695
     32 CTD980667927
     33 CTD983884164
     34 CTD042279513
     35 CTD075133835
     36 CTD004531919
     37 CTD001144062
     38 CTD043036995
     39 CTD001164599
     40 CTD024539967
     41 CTD001186212
     42 CTD001449511
     43 CTD982547689
     44 CTD001450154
     45 CTD980669352
     46 CTD001171719
     47 CTD001152545
     48 CT0690307871
     49 CTD001163732
     50 CTD001147974
SITE NAME

UNITED OIL RECOVERY,  INC.
PFIZER INC
BRIDGEPORT UNITED RECYCLING
DOW CHEMICAL CO. ALLYNS POINT PLT
CLEAN HARBORS OF CONNECTICUT, INC.
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
FRAMATOME CONNECTORS  USA INC
STANLEY BOSTITCH
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
EXETER ENERGY LP
CYTEC INDUSTRIES
COYNE TEXTILE SERVICES
CONNECTICUT GALVANIZING CORP.
SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORP.
UNI ROYAL CHEMICAL
STANLEY HARDWARE
PRATT & WHITNEY
BASSETT W E CO INC THE
FM PRECISION GOLF MFG CORPORATION
STRATFORD ARMY ENGINE PLANT
LOGANO TRANSPORTATION CO INC
ELECTRIC BOAT CORPORATION
TORRINGTON CO THE STANDARD PLT
PRATT & WHITNEY WILLGOOS LAB
TYCO PRINTED CIRCUIT  GRP INC., STAFFORD
SUMMIT CORP OF AMERICA
HAMILTON STANDARD DIVISION OF U T C
MIRROR POLISHING & PLATING INC.
MORTON INTERNATIONAL
CHANDLER EVANS CONTROL SYSTEMS DIV.
CORBIN RUSSWIN, INC.
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
ENTHONE-OMI INC.
KING INDSUTRIES, INC,
HAMPFORD RESEARCH,  INC.
LILLY INDUSTRIES, INC.
BIRKEN MFG CO
PRINTED CIRCUIT GROUP INC.,STAFFORD DIV.
MCDERMID, INC.
EASCO ALUMINUM - BERLIN FACILITY
VITRAMON, INCORPORATED
PRATT & WHITNEY NORTH HAVEN
SHERRI CUP INC.
WHYCO CHROMIUM CO INC
SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT  CORP
WATERBURY PLATING CO
FORESTVILLE IND PLATING CO INC
U.S. COAST GUARD ACADEMY
BARDEN CORP THE
MILLER CO THE
CITY

MERIDEN
GROTON
BRIDGEPORT
GALES FERRY
BRISTOL
W. HARTFORD
MILFORD
CLINTON
PLAINFIELD
STERLING
WALLINGFORD
WATERBURY
GLASTONBURY
STRATFORD
NAUGATUCK
NEW BRITAIN
EAST HARTFORD
DERBY
TORRINGTON
STRATFORD
PORTLAND
GROTON
TORRINGTON
EAST HARTFORD
STAFFORDVILLE
THOMASTON
WINDSOR LOCKS
WATERBURY
STAMFORD
WEST HARTFORD
BERLIN
BRANFORD
WEST HAVEN
NORWALK
STRATFORD
ROCKY HILL
BLOOMFIELD
STAFFORD
WATERBURY
BERLIN
MONROE
NORTH HAVEN
BERLIN
THOMASTON
SHELTON
WATERBURY
SOUTHINGTON
NEW LONDON
DANBURY
MERIDEN
10,508
 7,718
 6,022
 5,024
 4,768
 3,886
 3,339
 3,335
 3,129
 3,002
 1,079
   901
   791
   734
   599
   579
   513
   465
   422
   384
   377
   338
   332
   316
   300
   299
   293
   286
   281
   279
   278
   273
   264
   254
   253
   245
   238
   236
   225
   214
   203
   203
   187
   166
   165
   163
   163
   162
   157
   156
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
           CBI DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE  STATE  DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  CONNECTICUT
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                 10
16
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVED:
                                                     14,890 TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     UNITED OIL  RECOVERY, INC.
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP.
                     CLEAN HARBORS OF CONNECTICUT,  INC.
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP
                     BRIDGEPORT  UNITED RECYCLING
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP
                     LOGANO TRANSPORTATION CO INC
                     HAMILTON STANDARD DIVISION OF U T C
                     MCDERMID, INC.
                     ENTHONE-OMI INC.
 1 CTD021816889
 2 CTD001156009
 3 CTD000604488
 4 CTD980667927
 5 CTD002593887
 6 CTD000845982
 7 CTD983896341
 8 CTD001145341
 9 CTD001164599
10 CTD001169010
MERIDEN
PLAINFIELD
BRISTOL
BRANFORD
BRIDGEPORT
W. HARTFORD
PORTLAND
WINDSOR LOCKS
WATERBURY
WEST HAVEN
  TOTAL
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  RECEIVED WASTE.
          CBI DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                  CONNECTICUT
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  OTHER RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
       4
   8,314
       0
   1,211
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF  FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
   8,314
       4
       0
   1, 211
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                CONNECTICUT



                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS



21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:          9,081 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         63,991 TONS





  NOTE:  CBI DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE  STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     DELAWARE
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                         66
                                                       19,353  TONS
      1 DED980830400
      2 DED002276764
      3 DED003913266
      4 DED003930807
      5 DED002369205
      6 DED002329738
      7 DED085693646
      8 DED041212473
      9 DED069876795
     10 DED002357408
     11 DED984076265
     12 DED001315647
     13 DED064370992
     14 DED984071282
     15 DED984071068
     16 DED000820704
     17 DED984066118
     18 DED002353092
     19 DED054719851
     20 DED053304770
     21 DE8570024010
     22 DED982676595
     23 DED002342020
     24 DED000820399
     25 DED002337806
     26 DED984075929
     27 DED021957444
     28 DED083235549
     29 DED981743065
     30 DED002331536
     31 DED981042724
     32 DED980537781
     33 DED011028438
     34 DEP000001403
     35 DED002348845
     36 DED003930799
     37 DED060058062
     38 DER000001156
     39 DED000621417
     40 DED981113681
     41 DED110010378
     42 DEP000001382
     43 DED000800284
     44 DED073760167
     45 DED069026193
     46 DED154576698
     47 DED984071076
     48 DED980551261
     49 DED980555122
     50 DER000001313
SITE NAME

CIBA-GEIGY CORP,  PIGMENTS DEPT
CITISTEEL USA INC
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
DUPONT - EXP. STATION
GM ASSEMBLY DIVISION
STAR ENTERPRISE
NORAMCO OF DELAWARE
STANDARD CHLORINE OF DELAWARE
PRINTPACK
CHRYSLER CORPORATION
ZENECA - CHEM. ENG. LAB.
HERCULES RESEARCH CENTER
DUPONT - STINE HASKELL
MEDAL
DUPONT - MERCK EXP. STA.
UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
CHROME DEPOSIT CORPORATION
JOHNSON CONTROLS GLOBE BATTERY
NANTICOKE HOMES INC
MACDERMID IMAGING TECHNOLOGY, INC.
DOVER AIR FORCE BASE
H.P. LITTLE FALLS ANAYLTICAL DIVISION
ICI AMERICAS - ATLAS POINT SITE
ZENECA INC.
NVF COMPANY, YORKLYN
RITE OFF INC
MFG JUSTIN TANKS
L.D. CAULK CO.
L.D. CAULK CO W.  MILFORD
W. L. GORE & ASSOCIATES
AMTRAK BEAR COMPLEX
CAMDEL METALS CORP
ATLANTIC AVIATION CORP
GEORGETOWN CLEANERS
DUPONT - SEAFORD PLANT
DUPONT - CHESTNUT RUN
AMTRAK WILMINGTON MAINT FACILITY
DADE INTERNATIONAL
DP&L - EDGEMOOR
UNIROYAL POLYCAST TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
DUPONT - WILM OFFICE BLDG
CSX RAILROAD
DUPONT - EDGEMOOR
FMC CORPORATION
PROCTOR AND GAMBLE
GENERAL CHEMICAL
DUPONT - MERCK S/H
ARLON INCORPORATED
DUPONT - HOLLY RUN
ICI AMERICAS
NEWPORT
CLAYMONT
DELAWARE CITY
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
DELAWARE CITY
WILMINGTON
DELAWARE CITY
NEW CASTLE
NEWARK
NEW CASTLE
WILMINGTON
NEWARK
NEWPORT
WILMINGTON
NEWARK
NEWARK
MI DOLETOWN
GREENWOOD
MI DOLETOWN
DOVER
NEWPORT
NEW CASTLE
WILMINGTON
YORKLYN
SEAFORD
GEORGETOWN
MILFORD
MILFORD
NEWARK
BEAR
CAMDEN
NEW CASTLE
GEORGETOWN
SEAFORD
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
GLASGOW
WILMINGTON
NEWPORT
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
EDGEMOOR
NEWARK
DOVER
CLAYMONT
NEWARK
BEAR
NEWPORT
NEW CASTLE
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   DELAWARE
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
     HAS MORE THAN ONE
     LISTED CODE
     TOTAL
                                                                  TONS OF
                                                                  WASTE
                                                                  GENERATED
                             1, 643
                             1,441
                                                                  3,168  BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
       ONLY LISTED
       CODES BUT HAS
       MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
291
494
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
           IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
           K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
           P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
           U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
           TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY  TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND  D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                  DELAWARE
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                  2,131 TONS
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   DELAWARE
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
                                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                             MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED    OF          NUMBER  OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
                                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                             MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     DELAWARE
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                  63
13
                                                      16,779  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      CIBA-GEIGY CORP,  PIGMENTS DEPT
                      CITISTEEL USA INC
                      OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      GM ASSEMBLY DIVISION
                      DUPONT - EXP.  STATION
                      NORAMCO OF DELAWARE
                      STANDARD CHLORINE OF DELAWARE
                      STAR ENTERPRISE
                      CHRYSLER CORPORATION
                      ZENECA - CHEM.  ENG. LAB.
                      HERCULES RESEARCH CENTER
                      DUPONT - STINE  HASKELL
                      MEDAL
                      DUPONT - MERCK  EXP. STA.
                      UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
                      PRINTPACK
                      CHROME DEPOSIT  CORPORATION
                      JOHNSON CONTROLS  GLOBE BATTERY
                      NANTICOKE HOMES INC
                      MACDERMID IMAGING TECHNOLOGY, INC.
                      ZENECA INC.
                      DOVER AIR FORCE BASE
                      H.P. LITTLE FALLS ANAYLTICAL DIVISION
                      ICI AMERICAS -  ATLAS POINT SITE
                      L.D. CAULK CO.
                      L.D. CAULK CO W.  MILFORD
                      W.  L. GORE & ASSOCIATES
                      AMTRAK BEAR COMPLEX
                      CAMDEL METALS CORP
                      ATLANTIC AVIATION CORP
                      GEORGETOWN CLEANERS
                      DUPONT - SEAFORD  PLANT
                      DUPONT - CHESTNUT RUN
                      AMTRAK WILMINGTON MAINT FACILITY
                      DADE INTERNATIONAL
                      DP&L - EDGEMOOR
                      UNIROYAL POLYCAST TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
                      DUPONT - WILM OFFICE BLDG
                      CSX RAILROAD
                      DUPONT - EDGEMOOR
                      RITE OFF INC
                      FMC CORPORATION
                      PROCTOR AND GAMBLE
                      GENERAL CHEMICAL
                      DUPONT - MERCK  S/H
                      ARLON INCORPORATED
                      DUPONT - HOLLY  RUN
                      ICI AMERICAS
                      AMP/AKZO ELECTRONICS CENTER
                      MFG JUSTIN TANKS
 1 DED980830400
 2 DED002276764
 3 DED003913266
 4 DED002369205
 5 DED003930807
 6 DED085693646
 7 DED041212473
 8 DED002329738
 9 DED002357408
10 DED984076265
11 DED001315647
12 DED064370992
13 DED984071282
14 DED984071068
15 DED000820704
16 DED069876795
17 DED984066118
18 DED002353092
19 DED054719851
20 DED053304770
21 DED000820399
22 DE8570024010
23 DED982676595
24 DED002342020
25 DED083235549
26 DED981743065
27 DED002331536
28 DED981042724
29 DED980537781
30 DED011028438
31 DEP000001403
32 DED002348845
33 DED003930799
34 DED060058062
35 DER000001156
36 DED000621417
37 DED981113681
38 DED110010378
39 DEP000001382
40 DED000800284
41 DED984075929
42 DED073760167
43 DED069026193
44 DED154576698
45 DED984071076
46 DED980551261
47 DED980555122
48 DER000001313
49 DED981109317
50 DED021957444
NEWPORT
CLAYMONT
DELAWARE CITY
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
DELAWARE CITY
DELAWARE CITY
NEWARK
NEW CASTLE
WILMINGTON
NEWARK
NEWPORT
WILMINGTON
NEWARK
NEW CASTLE
NEWARK
MI DOLETOWN
GREENWOOD
MI DOLETOWN
WILMINGTON
DOVER
NEWPORT
NEW CASTLE
MILFORD
MILFORD
NEWARK
BEAR
CAMDEN
NEW CASTLE
GEORGETOWN
SEAFORD
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
GLASGOW
WILMINGTON
NEWPORT
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
EDGEMOOR
SEAFORD
NEWARK
DOVER
CLAYMONT
NEWARK
BEAR
NEWPORT
NEW CASTLE
NEWARK
GEORGETOWN
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  DELAWARE
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
                                                     1,768 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS,  1997


   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME


      1 DED003930807   DUPONT - EXP.  STATION


  TOTAL
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                   DELAWARE
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  DELAWARE


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:          1,612  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         16,537  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                               NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                             DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
                                               1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF  RCRA  LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                        20
                                                         499  TONS
      4  DCD077797793
      5  DCD003238193
      6  DC1960000908
      7  DC4210021156
      8  DCD049515844
      9  DC8170024311
     10  DCD003245768
     11  DC4141707162
     12  DC7170023454
     13  DC9570090036
     14  DC4170000901
     15  DCD981737422
     16  DC8470000086
     17  DCD106341449
     18  DCD983966409
     19  DCD980555643
     20  DCD000819508
SITE NAME

U S BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND  PRINTING
PEPCO BENNING ROAD  GENERATING STATION
HQ NAVAL DISTRICT WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT  CO
WASHINGTON POST NEWSPAPER-SOUTHEAST PLT
US WASHINGTON ADUEDUCT DIVISION
WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL CENTER
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY
NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY
WASHINGTON POST NEWSPAPER  THE
ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL
U S NAVAL OBSERVATORY
BOLLING AIR FORCE BASE
HQ NOW NAVAL STATION  ANACOSTIA
WMATA BRENTWOOD
FOOD & DRUG ADMINISTRATION FB 8
HOWARD UNIVERSITY
HOWARD UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
WMATA BLADENSBURG
PEPCO BUZZARD POINT GENERATING STATION
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                            DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                     9  BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE  MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES  MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                            NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                           DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT


6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:       1


7  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED:             0  TONS


  TABLES 8, 9, 10 AND 11 HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT  BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES
  IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA THAT REPORTED MANAGING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997 OTHER THAN
  AS A STORAGE ONLY FACILITY.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                              DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
                                               1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 20
13
                                                        499 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     U S BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING
                     PEPCO BENNING ROAD GENERATING STATION
                     HQ NAVAL DISTRICT WASHINGTON
                     WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT CO
                     WASHINGTON POST NEWSPAPER-SOUTHEAST PLT
                     US WASHINGTON ADUEDUCT DIVISION
                     WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL CENTER
                     GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY
                     WASHINGTON POST NEWSPAPER THE
                     U S NAVAL OBSERVATORY
                     ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL
                     NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY
                     BOLLING AIR FORCE BASE
                     HQ NOW NAVAL STATION ANACOSTIA
                     WMATA BRENTWOOD
                     FOOD & DRUG ADMINISTRATION FB 8
                     HOWARD UNIVERSITY
                     HOWARD UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
                     WMATA BLADENSBURG
                     PEPCO BUZZARD POINT GENERATING STATION
 4 DCD077797793
 5 DCD003238193
 6 DC1960000908
 7 DC4210021156
 8 DCD049515844
 9 DCD003245768
10 DC7170023454
11 DC4141707162
12 DC8170024311
   DC9570090036
   DC4170000901
15 DCD981737422
16 DC8470000086
17 DCD106341449
18 DCD983966409
19 DCD980555643
20 DCD000819508
13
14
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                           NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                         DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
                                            1997 WASTE RECEIPTS

TABLES  16, 17,  18,  19, 20, AND 21  HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS  REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE  NO FACILITIES  IN THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA  THAT REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE IN 1997.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                           DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:             0 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:            499 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                       FLORIDA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      378
                                                      398,535 TONS
        FLD071951966
        FLD004106811
        FLD004092839
        FLD000645481
        FLD083812537
        FLD008155673
        FLD980729610
        FLD004065926
        FLD980711071
        FL6170024412
        FLD095565206
        FLT970057055
        FLD043860451
        FLD004061529
        FLD050768548
        FLD984171611
        FLD982100240
        FLD064675978
        FLD082637596
        FLD984174706
        FLD004065470
        FL6800014585
        FL2800016121
        FLD004057626
        FLD980838866
        FLD061916532
        FLD061897054
        FLD980847271
        FLD984171165
        FLT970057691
        FLD980845010
        FLD980847214
        FLD004057535
        FLD092980937
        FLD982081994
        FLD098917149
        FLD067242164
        FLD984167791
        FLD099348625
        FLD065912966
        FL9170024567
        FLD984258632
        FLD980838569
        FLD004107017
        FLD082400441
        FLD984175836
        FLD058449752
        FL9170024260
        FLD059397448
        FLD041495441
SITE NAME

SOLUTIA INC
KAISER ALUMINUM & CHEMICAL CORP
GULF COAST RECYCLING, INC.
FMC CORPORATION
AMERISTEEL; JACKSONVILLE MILL
AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS, INC/ESCAMBIA
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF BARTOW
ARIZONA CHEMICAL
PERMA FIX OF FLORIDA
NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE
REICHHOLD CHEMICAL INC.
FORMER MARTIN COUNTRY RIFLE RANGE
EVEREADY BATTERY COMPANY, INC.
REICHHOLD CHEMICALS
PCR, INC.
ARIZONA CHEMICAL
TSE INDUSTRIES, INC.
AVESTA SHEFFIELD PIPE CO
BP OIL COMPANY-TAMPA TERMINAL
AXON CIRCUIT, INC
WALT DISNEY WORLD CO.
NASA - KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
CAPE CANAVERAL AIR STATION
TEENCO PACKAGING
TURBINE ENGINE COMPONENTS TEXTRON
BP OIL COMPANY
MONTCO RESEARCH PRODUCTS, INC
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
BERKELEY MANOR COMMERCIAL PARCEL
CIRENT SEMICONDUCTOR
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
KOPPERS INDUSTRIES,INC.
VAW OF AMERICA, INC
CONSOLIDATED STAINLESS INC
ALUMAX EXTRUSIONS, INC
ELREHA PRINTED CIRCUITS CORP
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
HYDRO ALUMINUM ROCKLEDGE, INC
ADVANCED QUICK CIRCUITS, L.P.
NAVAL AIR STATION PENSACOLA
GREENWICH AIR SERVICES, INC.
FAR RESEARCH, INC.
FLORIDA FENCE POST COMPANY, INC.
CORONADO PAINT COMPANY
GELMAN SCIENCES
FILM TECHNOLOGIES INT. INC
NAVAL STATION MAYPORT
ESSILOR OF AMERICA MANUFACTURING
ALPHA/OWENS CORNING
  TOTAL
GONZALEZ
MULBERRY
TAMPA
JACKSONVILLE
BALDWIN
PACE
BARTOW
PANAMA CITY
GAINESVILLE
JACKSONVILLE
PENSACOLA
STUART
ALACHUA
JACKSONVILLE
GAINESVILLE
PENSACOLA
CLEARWATER
WILDWOOD
TAMPA
TAMPA
LAKE BUENA VISTA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
PATRICK AFB
JACKSONVILLE
ORLANDO
JACKSONVILLE
HOLLISTER
TAMPA
SANFORD
SPRING HILL
ORLANDO
ORANGE PARK
GAINESVILLE
ST. AUGUSTINE
AUBURNDALE
PLANT CITY
ST. PETERSBURG
BOYNTON BEACH
ROCKLEDGE
MELBOURNE
PENSACOLA
MIAMI
PALM BAY
ONA
EDGEWATER
PENSACOLA
ST. PETERSBURG
MAYPORT
ST. PETERSBURG
LAKELAND
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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  NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     FLORIDA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
       49
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY  TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND  D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     FLORIDA
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF  RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                      46
                                                  207,560 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     KAISER ALUMINUM & CHEMICAL CORP
                     UTC, PRATT & WHITNEY
                     GULF COAST RECYCLING,  INC.
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL  SERVICES OF BARTOW
                     PERMA FIX OF FLORIDA
                     ARIZONA CHEMICAL
                     MERCURY TECHNOLOGIES INTERNATIONAL AND
                     RECYCLIGHTS, INC.
                     P-3 INC
                     MASTER PACKAGING, INC
                     NASA - KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
                     PRIMEX TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
                     RECYCLIGHTS, INC.
 1 FLD004106811
 2 FLD001447952
 3 FLD004092839
 4 FLD980729610
 5 FLD980711071
 6 FLD004065926
 7 FLD984262782
 8 FL0000207449
 9 FL0000904300
10 FLD982106429
11 FL6800014585
12 FLD047096524
13 FL0000359679
MULBERRY
JUPITER
TAMPA
BARTOW
GAINESVILLE
PANAMA CITY
WEST MELBOURNE
TALLAHASSEE
TAMPA
TAMPA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
ST. MARKS
LAKELAND
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    FLORIDA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                                                                                           13
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  FUEL BLENDING
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY

  TOTAL
QUANTITY PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE
MANAGED OF NUMBER OF OF
(TONS) QUANTITY FACILITIES FACILITIES
175, 906
23,458
84.7
11.3
2 15.4
5 38.5
                                                                                           13
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
                              5
                                                                                           13
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       FLORIDA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 370
13
                                                      86,783 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      FMC CORPORATION
                      AMERISTEEL;  JACKSONVILLE MILL
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF BARTOW
                      PERMA FIX OF FLORIDA
                      ARIZONA CHEMICAL
                      GULF COAST RECYCLING, INC.
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (TS),  INC
                      NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      REICHHOLD CHEMICAL INC.
                      CHEMICAL CONSERVATION CORPORATION
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS,  INC/ESCAMBIA
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      CITY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES  INC.
                      FORMER MARTIN COUNTRY RIFLE  RANGE
                      EVEREADY BATTERY COMPANY, INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      REICHHOLD CHEMICALS
                      PCR, INC.
                      ARIZONA CHEMICAL
                      TSE INDUSTRIES, INC.
                      AVESTA SHEFFIELD PIPE CO
                      BP OIL COMPANY-TAMPA TERMINAL
                      AXON CIRCUIT, INC
                      NASA - KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
                      WALT DISNEY WORLD CO.
                      TEENCO PACKAGING
                      CAPE CANAVERAL AIR STATION
                      TURBINE ENGINE COMPONENTS TEXTRON
                      BP OIL COMPANY
                      MONTCO RESEARCH PRODUCTS, INC
                      BERKELEY MANOR COMMERCIAL PARCEL
                      CIRENT SEMICONDUCTOR
                      KOPPERS INDUSTRIES,INC.
                      CONSOLIDATED STAINLESS INC
                      ALUMAX EXTRUSIONS, INC
                      NAVAL AIR STATION PENSACOLA
                      ELREHA PRINTED CIRCUITS  CORP
                      ADVANCED QUICK CIRCUITS, L.P.
                      GREENWICH AIR SERVICES,  INC.
                      VAW OF AMERICA, INC
                      FAR RESEARCH, INC.
                      FLORIDA FENCE POST COMPANY,  INC.
                      CORONADO PAINT COMPANY
                      GELMAN SCIENCES
                      FILM TECHNOLOGIES INT. INC
 1 FLD000645481
 2 FLD083812537
 3 FLD980729610
 4 FLD980711071
 5 FLD004065926
 6 FLD004092839
 7 FLD981474802
 8 FL6170024412
 9 FLD984171165
10 FLD984167791
11 FLD980847271
12 FLD095565206
13 FLD980559728
14 FLD980847214
15 FLD008155673
16 FLD982133159
17 FLD984171694
18 FLD981932494
19 FLT970057055
20 FLD043860451
21 FLD000776716
22 FLD004061529
23 FLD050768548
24 FLD984171611
25 FLD982100240
26 FLD064675978
27 FLD082637596
28 FLD984174706
29 FL6800014585
30 FLD004065470
31 FLD004057626
32 FL2800016121
33 FLD980838866
34 FLD061916532
35 FLD061897054
36 FLT970057691
37 FLD980845010
38 FLD004057535
39 FLD982081994
40 FLD098917149
41 FL9170024567
42 FLD067242164
43 FLD065912966
44 FLD984258632
45 FLD092980937
46 FLD980838569
47 FLD004107017
48 FLD082400441
49 FLD984175836
50 FLD058449752
JACKSONVILLE
BALDWIN
BARTOW
GAINESVILLE
PANAMA CITY
TAMPA
CLEARWATER
JACKSONVILLE
SANFORD
BOYNTON BEACH
TAMPA
PENSACOLA
ORLANDO
ORANGE PARK
PACE
TALLAHASSEE
MEDLEY
TAMPA
STUART
ALACHUA
PORT CHARLOTTE
JACKSONVILLE
GAINESVILLE
PENSACOLA
CLEARWATER
WILDWOOD
TAMPA
TAMPA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
LAKE BUENA VISTA
JACKSONVILLE
PATRICK AFB
ORLANDO
JACKSONVILLE
HOLLISTER
SPRING HILL
ORLANDO
GAINESVILLE
AUBURNDALE
PLANT CITY
PENSACOLA
ST. PETERSBURG
MELBOURNE
MIAMI
ST. AUGUSTINE
PALM BAY
ONA
EDGEWATER
PENSACOLA
ST. PETERSBURG
964
963
947
922
591
567
523
448
387
374
319
301
295
278
272
260
258
255
252
246
211
205
194
192
191
188
180
174
163
162
161
160
160
153
147
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      FLORIDA
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF  RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  21
16
                                                      22,640  TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF BARTOW
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (TS),  INC
                     PERMA FIX OF FLORIDA
                     CITY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     CHEMICAL CONSERVATION CORPORATION
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     MERCURY TECHNOLOGIES INTERNATIONAL AND
                     RECYCLIGHTS, INC.
                     P-3 INC
                     NAVAL AIR STATION PENSACOLA
                     NAVAL AIR STATION
                     UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
                     USAF AFDTC/EM
                     RECYCLIGHTS, INC.
                     UTC, PRATT & WHITNEY
 1 FLD980729610
 2 FLD981474802
 3 FLD980711071
 4 FLD981932494
 5 FLD984171165
 6 FLD984167791
 7 FLD980559728
 8 FLD980847271
 9 FLD984171694
10 FLD980847214
11 FLD982133159
12 FLD000776716
13 FLD984262782
14 FL0000207449
15 FL0000904300
16 FL9170024567
17 FL6170022952
18 FLD000823393
19 FL8570024366
20 FL0000359679
21 FLD001447952
BARTOW
CLEARWATER
GAINESVILLE
TAMPA
SANFORD
BOYNTON BEACH
ORLANDO
TAMPA
MEDLEY
ORANGE PARK
TALLAHASSEE
PORT CHARLOTTE
WEST MELBOURNE
TALLAHASSEE
TAMPA
PENSACOLA
KEY WEST.
GAINESVILLE
EGLIN AFB
LAKELAND
JUPITER
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     FLORIDA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM  OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                85.1
                 9.1
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   FLORIDA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:          7,126 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         80,786 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                    GEORGIA
                                              1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER  OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):      405
2  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  GENERATED:
                                                    275,096  TONS
   FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  GENERATORS IN THE STATE,  1997
   RANK EPA  ID
                     SITE NAME
                                                              CITY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
2 2
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
GAD050766401
GAD981237118
GAD070330576
GAD003324985
GAD030059182
GAD980842975
GA3210020084
GAD000814541
GAD039046800
GAD096629282
GAD051011609
GAD084823301
GAD003310810
GAD042869057
GAD981269095
GA8570024606
GAD033582461
GAD033842543
GA7170023694
GAD006924872
GAD000610378
GAD980726491
GAD075876623
GAD075942706
GAR000012633
GAR000009670
GA1570024330
GAD095811162
GAD008966400
GAD003275252
GAD984306092
GAD003305307
GAD981255276
GAR000004614
GA0001122159
GAD003274545
GAD131327546
GAD045929643
GAD984311860
GAD084914787
GAR000011502
GAD000228809
GAD003480530
GAD047941331
GAD984318899
GAD003277191
GAD047958343
GAD051010429
GAD003305125
GAD000827873
GA EPD/ESCAMBIA TREATING COMPANY
NUTRASWEET
GNB TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
MERCK & CO, INC.
BIRMINGHAM SOUTHEAST
INTERMETRO INDUSTRIES CORP.
US ARMY INFANTRY CENTER
SOUTHWIRE COPPER DIVISION
SEARLE
ADVANCED ENV TECHNICAL SERVICES DBA CWM
DSM CHEMICALS NORTH AMERICA, INC.
MCWHORTER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
GENERAL MOTORS CORP. - DORAVILLE
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
MCF SYSTEMS ATLANTA INC
LOCKHEED MARTIN AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS
ALTERNATE ENERGY RESOURCES, INC.
TRI-STATE STEEL DRUM INC
MCLB ALBANY
DELTA AIR LINES, INC.
RUETGERS-NEASE CORPORATION AUGUSTA, GA.
NORAMCO, INC.
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES
DELPHI-E
ATLANTA ARENA
TEXTEK, INC
ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE
PHOTOCIRCUITS CORPORATION
AMERCORD, INC.
UNION CAMP - SAVANNAH
ATLANTA GAS LIGHT COMPANY- AUGUSTA MGP
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
MATSUSHITA-ULTRA TECH. BATTERY CORP.
LAGRANGE MOULDING COMPANY
STERLING PULP CHEMICALS
PRINTPACK, INC.
PIEDMONT LABORATORIES, INC.
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY, DALTON, GA
MATSUSHITA STORAGE BATTERY DIVISION
ATLANTIC WOOD INDUSTRIES, INC.
ROGERS FARM
GA EPD\MOULTRIE WOOD PRESERVING SITE
SCOVILL FASTENERS INC.
STAR ENTERPRISE
PHOTOCIRCUITS CORPORATION
CALLAWAY CHEMICAL COMPANY
TRENT TUBE
AMREP INC.
SAVANNAH PAINT MFG, CO.
METAL COATERS
BRUNSWICK
AUGUSTA
COLUMBUS
ALBANY
CARTERSVILLE
DOUGLAS
FORT BENNING
CARROLLTON
AUGUSTA
MORROW
AUGUSTA
FOREST PARK
DORAVILLE
MORROW
DECATUR
MARIETTA
AUGUSTA
GRAYSVILLE
ALBANY
ATLANTA
AUGUSTA
ATHENS
EAST POINT
FITZGERALD
ATLANTA
TUCKER
WARNER ROBINS
PEACHTREE CITY
LUMBER CITY
SAVANNAH
AUGUSTA
HAPEVILLE
COLUMBUS
LAGRANGE
VALDOSTA
ATLANTA
GAINESVILLE
DALTON
COLUMBUS
PORT WENTWORTH
REIDSVILLE
MOULTRIE
CLARKE SVILLE
BAINBRIDGE
PEACH TREE CITY
SMYRNA
CARROLLTON
MARIETTA
SAVANNAH
MARIETTA
                                                                                               128,036
                                                                                                25,860
                                                                                                12,210
                                                                                                11,806
                                                                                                11,663
                                                                                                 8,457
                                                                                                 6,152
                                                                                                 4,342
                                                                                                 4,175
                                                                                                 3,921
                                                                                                 2,946
                                                                                                 2,270
                                                                                                 2,254
                                                                                                 2,186
                                                                                                 2,049
                                                                                                 1,883
                                                                                                 1,787
                                                                                                 1,723
                                                                                                 1,307
                                                                                                 1,186
                                                                                                 1,156
                                                                                                 1,128
                                                                                                 1,112
                                                                                                 1,100
                                                                                                 1,090
                                                                                                 1,039
                                                                                                   992
                                                                                                   946
                                                                                                   936
                                                                                                   890
                                                                                                   717
                                                                                                   687
                                                                                                   672
                                                                                                   659
                                                                                                   640
                                                                                                   577
                                                                                                   566
                                                                                                   458
                                                                                                   442
                                                                                                   438
                                                                                                   438
                                                                                                   432
                                                                                                   424
                                                                                                   387
                                                                                                   381
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN  FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
           CBI DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    GEORGIA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
7,193
1,111
       HAS MORE THAN ONE
       LISTED CODE
       TOTAL
                                                                    TONS OF
                                                                    WASTE
                                                                    GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
         ONLY LISTED
         CODES BUT HAS
         MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                                      IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                      F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                      K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                      P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                      U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                      TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE  OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
        CBI  DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS  VOLUME.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     GEORGIA
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:
                                      55
                                                    72,558  TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,  1997

                      SITE NAME
NUTRASWEET
CHEMICAL CONSERVATION  OF GA INC
MCF SYSTEMS ATLANTA INC
ADVANCED ENV TECHNICAL SERVICES DBA CWM
SEARLE
DSM CHEMICALS NORTH AMERICA, INC.
MCWHORTER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
LOCKHEED MARTIN AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS
TRI-STATE STEEL DRUM INC
ALTERNATE ENERGY RESOURCES, INC.
GNB TECHNOLOGIES,  INC.
ALL-PAK, INC.
THE WILLIAM L BONNELL, COMPANY INC.
SOLUTIA
GDOT PROJECT STP-MS(170) JEFF DAVIS CO
ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE
MKC ENTERPRISES INC
UNION CAMP - SAVANNAH
      1 GAD981237118
      2 GAD093380814
      3 GAD981269095
      4 GAD096629282
      5 GAD039046800
      6 GAD051011609
      7 GAD084823301
      8 GA8570024606
      9 GAD033842543
     10 GAD033582461
     11 GAD070330576
     12 GAD980708788
     13 GAD003273224
     14 GAD001700699
     15 GAD000229906
     16 GA1570024330
     17 GAD000616367
     18 GAD003275252
AUGUSTA
VALDOSTA
DECATUR
MORROW
AUGUSTA
AUGUSTA
FOREST PARK
MARIETTA
GRAYSVILLE
AUGUSTA
COLUMBUS
DECATUR
NEWNAN
AUGUSTA
ATLANTA
WARNER ROBINS
DORAVILLE
SAVANNAH
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   COLUMNS  MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE  MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         CBI  DATA HAS  BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     GEORGIA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                                               QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES
                 7.4
                                                                                             6
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE  MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
         CBI  DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM  THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    GEORGIA
                                              1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                               376
13  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                   253,131 TONS
   RANK EPA ID
                     SITE NAME
                                                             CITY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
2 2
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
GAD050766401
GAD096629282
GAD003324985
GAD070330576
GAD030059182
GAD980842975
GA3210020084
GAD000814541
GAD003310810
GAD042869057
GAD981269095
GAD033582461
GAD980842777
GA7170023694
GAD033842543
GAD980726491
GAD006924872
GAD075876623
GAD000610378
GAD003275252
GAD075942706
GAR000012633
GAR000009670
GA1570024330
GAD095811162
GAD039046800
GAD008966400
GAD981265424
GAD984306092
GAD003305307
GAD981255276
GAR000004614
GA0001122159
GAD131327546
GAD045929643
GAD984311860
GAD000776781
GAD084914787
GAR000011502
GAD000228809
GAD003480530
GAD981231970
GAD000823096
GAD047941331
GAD984318899
GAD003277191
GAD003305125
GAD047958343
GAD051010429
GAD000827873
GA EPD/ESCAMBIA TREATING COMPANY
ADVANCED ENV TECHNICAL SERVICES DBA CWM
MERCK & CO, INC.
GNB TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
BIRMINGHAM SOUTHEAST
INTERMETRO INDUSTRIES CORP.
US ARMY INFANTRY CENTER
SOUTHWIRE COPPER DIVISION
GENERAL MOTORS CORP. - DORAVILLE
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
MCF SYSTEMS ATLANTA INC
ALTERNATE ENERGY RESOURCES, INC.
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP NORCROSS
MCLB ALBANY
TRI-STATE STEEL DRUM INC
NORAMCO, INC.
DELTA AIR LINES, INC.
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES
RUETGERS-NEASE CORPORATION AUGUSTA, GA.
UNION CAMP - SAVANNAH
DELPHI-E
ATLANTA ARENA
TEXTEK, INC
ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE
PHOTOCIRCUITS CORPORATION
SEARLE
AMERCORD, INC.
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP MORROW
ATLANTA GAS LIGHT COMPANY- AUGUSTA MGP
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
MATSUSHITA-ULTRA TECH. BATTERY CORP.
LAGRANGE MOULDING COMPANY
STERLING PULP CHEMICALS
PIEDMONT LABORATORIES, INC.
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY, DALTON, GA
MATSUSHITA STORAGE BATTERY DIVISION
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP GARDEN CITY
ATLANTIC WOOD INDUSTRIES, INC.
ROGERS FARM
GA EPD\MOULTRIE WOOD PRESERVING SITE
SCOVILL FASTENERS INC.
OPTIMA CHEMICAL
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP COLUMBUS
STAR ENTERPRISE
PHOTOCIRCUITS CORPORATION
CALLAWAY CHEMICAL COMPANY
SAVANNAH PAINT MFG, CO.
TRENT TUBE
AMREP INC.
METAL COATERS
BRUNSWICK
MORROW
ALBANY
COLUMBUS
CARTERSVILLE
DOUGLAS
FORT BENNING
CARROLLTON
DORAVILLE
MORROW
DECATUR
AUGUSTA
NORCROSS
ALBANY
GRAYSVILLE
ATHENS
ATLANTA
EAST POINT
AUGUSTA
SAVANNAH
FITZGERALD
ATLANTA
TUCKER
WARNER ROBINS
PEACHTREE CITY
AUGUSTA
LUMBER CITY
MORROW
AUGUSTA
HAPEVILLE
COLUMBUS
LAGRANGE
VALDOSTA
GAINESVILLE
DALTON
COLUMBUS
GARDEN CITY
PORT WENTWORTH
REIDSVILLE
MOULTRIE
CLARKE SVILLE
DOUGLAS
COLUMBUS
BAINBRIDGE
PEACH TREE CITY
SMYRNA
SAVANNAH
CARROLLTON
MARIETTA
MARIETTA
  TOTAL
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
          CBI DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE STATE  DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
                                                                                               128,036
                                                                                                14,085
                                                                                                11,806
                                                                                                11,705
                                                                                                11,663
                                                                                                10,457
                                                                                                 6,152
                                                                                                 4,342
                                                                                                 2,254
                                                                                                 2,186
                                                                                                 2,049
                                                                                                 1,656
                                                                                                 1,605
                                                                                                 1,305
                                                                                                 1,186
                                                                                                 1,130
                                                                                                 1,123
                                                                                                 1,112
                                                                                                 1,107
                                                                                                 1,103
                                                                                                 1,100
                                                                                                 1,090
                                                                                                 1,039
                                                                                                   961
                                                                                                   946
                                                                                                   937
                                                                                                   914
                                                                                                   893
                                                                                                   717
                                                                                                   687
                                                                                                   672
                                                                                                   659
                                                                                                   640
                                                                                                   566
                                                                                                   458
                                                                                                   442
                                                                                                   441
                                                                                                   438
                                                                                                   438
                                                                                                   432
                                                                                                   424
                                                                                                   410
                                                                                                   396
                                                                                                   387
                                                                                                   381
                                                                                                   369
                                                                                                   353
                                                                                                   341
                                                                                                   337
                                                                                                   330
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     GEORGIA
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER  OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                 12
16
                                                     23,378 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     CHEMICAL CONSERVATION OF GA INC
                     ADVANCED ENV TECHNICAL  SERVICES DBA CWM
                     MCF SYSTEMS ATLANTA INC
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP  NORCROSS
                     TRI-STATE STEEL DRUM INC
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP  MORROW
                     ALTERNATE ENERGY RESOURCES, INC.
                     MKC ENTERPRISES INC
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP  GARDEN CITY
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP  COLUMBUS
                     ASHLAND CHEMICAL COMPANY- SAVANNAH, GA
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP  MACON
 1 GAD093380814
 2 GAD096629282
 3 GAD981269095
 4 GAD980842777
 5 GAD033842543
 6 GAD981265424
 7 GAD033582461
 8 GAD000616367
 9 GAD000776781
10 GAD000823096
11 GAD041007063
12 GAD980709257
VALDOSTA
MORROW
DECATUR
NORCROSS
GRAYSVILLE
MORROW
AUGUSTA
DORAVILLE
GARDEN CITY
COLUMBUS
SAVANNAH
MACON
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
           CBI DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM  THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        84

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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     GEORGIA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY  NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
         CBI  DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   GEORGIA



                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS



21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:        17,983 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:        249,910 TONS





  NOTE:  CBI DATA HAS BEEN EXCLUDED FROM THE STATE DETAIL ANALYSIS VOLUME.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      GUAM
                                              1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER  OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY  GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                        412 TONS
      1  GU4170090027
      2  GU5170022680
      3  GU4170090001
      4  GU4170027334
      5  GU7170027323
      6  GU6571999519
      7  GU0170090021
      8  GUD982469462
SITE NAME

US FLEET INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CENTER
USNAVY PUBLIC WORKS CENTER,  GUAM
USNAVY PUBLIC WORKS GUAM
USNAVY NAVAL SHIP REPAIR FACILITY,  GUAM
USNAVY COMMANDER NAVAL FORCES
USAF ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE
USNAVY NCTAMS WESTPAC
GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AUTHORITY
FPO
COMNAVMAR
PITI
SUMAY
SANTA RITA
YIGO
101 FPO AP
TAMUNING
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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  NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      GUAM
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY  TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND  D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        88

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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    GUAM
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT



6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:       1



7  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED:             0 TONS



  TABLES 8, 9, 10 AND  11 HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE  NO FACILITIES
  IN GUAM THAT REPORTED MANAGING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997 OTHER THAN AS A STORAGE ONLY FACILITY.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                     GUAM
                                              1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                      302 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS, 1997
   RANK EPA ID
                     SITE NAME

                     US  FLEET INDUSTRIAL  SUPPLY CENTER
                     USNAVY PUBLIC WORKS  GUAM
                     USNAVY NAVAL SHIP REPAIR FACILITY,
                     USNAVY COMMANDER NAVAL FORCES
                     USAF ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE
                     USNAVY NCTAMS WESTPAC
                     GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AUTHORITY
FPO
PITI
SUMAY
SANTA RITA
YIGO
101 FPO AP
TAMUNING
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       90

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                                           NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   GUAM




                                            1997 WASTE RECEIPTS

TABLES  16, 17, 18,  19,  20, AND 21 HAVE  BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE  NO FACILITIES IN GUAM THAT
REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                    GUAM


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:              0 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:             14 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                       HAWAII
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                         41
                                                        7,241  TONS
      1 HID066272360
      2 HID056786395
      3 HI9170090006
      4 HIT160010005
      5 HI3170024340
      6 HI6170022762
      7 HI4170090001
      8 HI6170024339
      9 HI8570028722
     10 HI0000449199
     11 HI1170024334
     12 HIR000000810
     13 HI8690390036
     14 HI1170024342
     15 HID157773284
     16 HI3210022239
     17 HID980735443
     18 HI0170090005
     19 HI9210022241
     20 HI1170024326
     21 HID087190542
     22 HID981616469
     23 HID059472357
     24 HIR000000224
     25 HI6170024719
     26 HI0000880542
     27 HI6170024388
     28 HIR000000067
     29 HID009198797
     30 HI8170090015
     31 HIP000033894
     32 HI1170090004
     33 HID982025561
     34 HIR000000232
     35 HI0000243618
     36 HID000633081
     37 HI3570028719
GAS CO THE
BHP PETROLEUM AMERICAS REFINING INC
USNAVY NAVAL MAGAZINE LUALUALEI
CHEVRON PRODUCTS CO.  - HAWAII REFINERY
USNAVY SUBASE PEARL HARBOR
USMC COMMANDING GENERAL LEHH KANEOHE BAY
USNAVY FLEET AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CTR
USNAVY PEARL HARBOR SHIPYARD
USAF - HICKAM AFB HI
USNAVY PWC PEARL FORD ISLAND/RICHARDSON
USNAVY PWC,  PEARL HARBOR NAVAL COMPLEX
HAWAII STATE OF DOH HEER
USCG ISC HONOLULU
USNAVY FLEET AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY
QUEENS MEDICAL CENTER
USARMY SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
BHP PETROLEUM AMERICAS REFINING INC
USNAVY PWC PEARL MAKALAPA COMPOUND
USARMY TRIPLER MEDICAL CENTER
USNAVY NAS BARBERS POINT
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
BREWER CHEM CORP
COSTCO WHOLESALE #11
USNAVY PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE FACILITY
COSTCO WHOLESALE #120
USNAVY COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
COSTCO WHOLESALE #119
HONOLULU WOOD TREATING CO LTD
USNAVY MAGAZINE LUALUALEI HQ BRANCH
USMC COMMANDING GENERAL LEHH KANEOHE BAY
USNAVY PWC BARBERS POINT
HAWAIIAN AIRLINES INC
COSTCO WHOLESALE #140
USARMY GARRISON SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
TOSCO HONOLULU TERMINAL
USAF - BELLOWS AFS HI
KAPOLEI
KAPOLEI
EWA BEACH
KAPOLEI
PEARL HARBOR
KANEOHE BAY
PEARL HARBOR
PEARL HARBOR
HICKAM AFB
PEARL HARBOR
PEARL HARBOR
HONOLULU
HONOLULU
PEARL HARBOR
HONOLULU
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
HONOLULU
PEARL HARBOR
TRIPLER ARMY MEDICAL CTR
BARBERS POINT
HONOLULU
HONOLULU
HONOLULU
HONOLULU
KEKAHA
HONOLULU
WAHIAWA
KAHALUI,  MAUI
KAPOLEI
WAIANAE
PEARL CITY
BARBERS POINT
HONOLULU
KALUA KONA
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
HONOLULU
WAIMANALO
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      HAWAII
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT  WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND  LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC  CODE
  TOTAL
                                          WASTE  HAS ONLY
                                           LISTED CODES
HAS MORE THAN  ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                         BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT  WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE HAS  ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND  LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE  CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE  CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017  CODE
    HAS D018-D043  CODE
                                            HAS AN F CODE
                                            HAS A K CODE
                                            HAS A P CODE
                                            HAS A U CODE
                                            TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/  AT  LEAST  1 LSTD
                               CORR.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS  DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN  ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE, CORROSIVE,  REACTIVE, D004-17, AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN  OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U  LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                         94

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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    HAWAII
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                      99  TONS



8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,  1997


   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME                               CITY


      1 HIT000603514   UNITEK ENVIRONMENTAL  SERVICES,  INC.       KAPOLEI


  TOTAL



  NOTE: COLUMNS MAY  NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY  AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     HAWAII
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES

                                                                    99       100.0           1

                                                                    99       100.0           1
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED, 1997
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                           SYSTEM             MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                          TYPE CODE            (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                                                                                            1        100.0

                                                                                            1


11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997

                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                           SYSTEM             MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
  MANAGEMENT METHOD                        TYPE CODE           (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY                        M021-M029                  99       100.0           1        100.0

  TOTAL                                                              99       100.0           1

  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


                                                        96

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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                       HAWAII
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                  34
13
                                                       2,548  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      UNITEK ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,  INC.
                      BHP PETROLEUM AMERICAS  REFINING INC
                      USNAVY PWC,  PEARL HARBOR NAVAL  COMPLEX
                      USNAVY NAVAL MAGAZINE LUALUALEI
                      CHEVRON PRODUCTS CO.  -  HAWAII REFINERY
                      USNAVY SUBASE PEARL HARBOR
                      USMC COMMANDING GENERAL LEHH KANEOHE  BAY
                      USNAVY FLEET AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CTR
                      USNAVY PEARL HARBOR SHIPYARD
                      USAF - HICKAM AFB HI
                      USNAVY PWC PEARL FORD ISLAND/RICHARDSON
                      HAWAII STATE OF DOH HEER
                      USCG ISC HONOLULU
                      USNAVY FLEET AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY
                      QUEENS MEDICAL CENTER
                      USARMY SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
                      BHP PETROLEUM AMERICAS  REFINING INC
                      USNAVY PWC PEARL MAKALAPA COMPOUND
                      USARMY TRIPLER MEDICAL  CENTER
                      USNAVY NAS BARBERS POINT
                      KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
                      GAS CO THE
                      BREWER CHEM CORP
                      UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
                      USNAVY PACIFIC MISSILE  RANGE FACILITY
                      HONOLULU WOOD TREATING  CO LTD
                      USNAVY COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
                      USNAVY MAGAZINE LUALUALEI HQ BRANCH
                      USMC COMMANDING GENERAL LEHH KANEOHE  BAY
                      HAWAIIAN AIRLINES INC
                      USNAVY PWC BARBERS POINT
                      USARMY GARRISON SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
                      TOSCO HONOLULU TERMINAL
                      USAF - BELLOWS AFS HI
 1 HIT000603514
 2 HID056786395
 3 HI1170024334
 4 HI9170090006
 5 HIT160010005
 6 HI3170024340
 7 HI6170022762
 8 HI4170090001
 9 HI6170024339
10 HI8570028722
11 HI0000449199
12 HIR000000810
13 HI8690390036
14 HI1170024342
15 HID157773284
16 HI3210022239
17 HID980735443
18 HI0170090005
19 HI9210022241
20 HI1170024326
21 HID981616469
22 HID066272360
23 HID059472357
24 HID087190542
25 HI6170024719
26 HID009198797
27 HI6170024388
28 HI8170090015
29 HIP000033894
30 HID982025561
31 HI1170090004
32 HI0000243618
33 HID000633081
34 HI3570028719
KAPOLEI
KAPOLEI
PEARL HARBOR
EWA BEACH
KAPOLEI
PEARL HARBOR
KANEOHE BAY
PEARL HARBOR
PEARL HARBOR
HICKAM AFB
PEARL HARBOR
HONOLULU
HONOLULU
PEARL HARBOR
HONOLULU
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
HONOLULU
PEARL HARBOR
TRIPLER ARMY MEDICAL CTR
BARBERS POINT
HONOLULU
KAPOLEI
HONOLULU
HONOLULU
KEKAHA
KAPOLEI
WAHIAWA
WAIANAE
PEARL CITY
HONOLULU
BARBERS POINT
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
HONOLULU
WAIMANALO
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                          97

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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                     HAWAII
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
                                                       525 TONS



17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997


   RANK EPA ID        SITE  NAME                                CITY


      1 HIT000603514  UNITEK  ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC.       KAPOLEI
      2 HI1170024334  USNAVY  PWC, PEARL HARBOR NAVAL COMPLEX    PEARL  HARBOR
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



                                                       98

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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      HAWAII
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM  OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                                               QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED   OF          NUMBER  OF   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        99

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                                                    HAWAII


                                            1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:            23 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:         2,210 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                        IDAHO
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                         48
      1 IDD070929518
      2 ID4890008952
      3 IDD073114654
      4 IDD093120871
      5 IDD009066481
      6 IDR000002295
      7 ID0000285106
      8 IDD053798104
      9 IDD980835995
     10 IDD097762231
     11 IDD000757013
     12 IDR000001008
     13 IDD984669424
     14 ID0000309583
     15 ID3572124557
     16 IDD113391775
     17 IDD984666669
     18 IDD980976831
     19 IDD990727471
     20 IDD113392880
     21 IDR000002550
     22 IDD075746271
     23 IDR000002709
     24 IDD009061375
     25 IDD000641944
     26 IDD037780186
     27 IDR000002667
     28 IDR000000109
     29 IDR000002477
     30 IDR000002279
     31 IDD984674622
     32 IDD009062597
     33 IDR000002469
     34 IDR000002253
     35 IDD984675124
     36 IDR000001578
     37 ID0000309484
     38 IDD000467274
     39 IDR000002311
     40 IDR000002238
     41 IDR000002261
     42 ID0000312926
     43 IDR000000257
     44 IDR000002386
     45 IDR000002246
SITE NAME

FMC CORP PHOSPHORUS CHEMICALS
US DOE ID NATIONAL ENVIRO & ENGINEERING
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF IDAHO, INC SITE B
MICRON TECHNOLOGY, INC.
BLOUNT INC-SEG-CCI OPERATION
WAREMART CONSTRUCTION
HARPERS INC
AMERICAN MICROSYSTEMS LOC INC
ADVANCED INPUT DEVICES-PRIEST RIVER
ZILOG INC. - NB1
SIMPLOT SOILBUILDERS-SHELLEY SITE
BUNKER HILL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
BLOUNT INC SOUTHPORT OPERATION
ZILOG INC. - NB2
USAF MOUNTAIN HOME BASE
IDAHO CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY
BLOUNT INC SEG SPEER OPERATION
BOISE LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY
HEWLETT PACKARD
VAN WATERS & ROGERS NAMPA
LAPWAI SCH DIST PHINNEY BLDG
UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO
JACKLIN SEED COMPANY
POTLATCH CORP
BOISE TERMINALS STATION-CHEVRON PIPELINE
LYNN INDUSTRIAL COATING
BURLINGTON N & SANTA FE RR
ID ST OF DEFT OF AG CALDWELL IDOT
USEPA CLEANUP EASTERN IDAHO FLOODS
ADA COUNTY RISK MANAGEMENT
IDAHO STATE DEFT. OF AG. E ID
L D MCFARLAND CO
USDA FS CHALLIS RANGER DIST
ID ST DEPT OF AG LATAH COFG
IDAHO STATE DEPT. OF AG-JERO
UTAH POWER & LIGHT RIGBY
ID ST OF DEPT OF AG LEWISTON NP COFG
SIMPLOT SOILBUILDERS-WILDER
JEROME COUNTY EMS
IDAHO ST DEPT OF AG BOUNDARY COFG
IDAHO ST DEPT OF AG PLANT IN LAB
IDAHO STATE OF DEPT OF AG CDA TRANS STA
YMC MECH INC MICRON TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCT
ID ST DEPT. OF AG. GOODING
IDAHO ST DEPT OF AG GRANGEV IDOT
POCATELLO
SCOVILLE
GRAND VIEW
BOISE
LEWISTON
BOISE
POST FALLS
POCATELLO
PRIEST RIVER
NAMPA
SHELLEY
KELLOGG
LEWISTON
NAMPA
MOUNTAIN HOME AFB
GLENNS FERRY
LEWISTON
BOISE
BOISE
NAMPA
LAPWAI
MOSCOW
NEZPERCE
LEWISTON
BOISE
BOISE
SPIRIT LAKE
CALDWELL
IDAHO FALLS
BOISE
BLACKFOOT
SANDPOINT
CHALLIS
MOSCOW
JEROME
RIGBY
LEWISTON
WILDER
JEROME
BONNERS FERRY
BOISE
COEUR D ALENE
BOISE
GOODING
GRANGEVILLE
1,010,394
    1,005
      675
      661
      556
      450
      341
      158
       98
       80
       57
       56
       49
       47
  NOTE:
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                          101

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                                                      IDAHO
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY  TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17,  AND  D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        102

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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                     IDAHO
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                               1,093,366  TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     FMC  CORP PHOSPHORUS  CHEMICALS
                     ENVIROSAFE SERVICES  OF IDAHO, INC SITE B
                     US DOE ID NATIONAL ENVIRO & ENGINEERING
                     BOISE LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY
POCATELLO
GRAND VIEW
SCOVILLE
BOISE
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       103

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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      IDAHO
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT

  TOTAL
.S FUEL)
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY
                                                          NUMBER OF
                                                          FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SURFACE  IMPOUNDMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY
                                                          NUMBER OF
                                                          FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF FACILITIES,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SURFACE  IMPOUNDMENT
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
                                     QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                     MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                      (TONS)    QUANTITY   FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       104

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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                        IDAHO
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                  45
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                       2,845  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      MICRON TECHNOLOGY,  INC.
                      BLOUNT INC-SEG-CCI  OPERATION
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP-BOISE
                      HARPERS INC
                      US DOE ID NATIONAL  ENVIRO & ENGINEERING
                      AMERICAN MICROSYSTEMS LOC INC
                      ADVANCED INPUT DEVICES-PRIEST RIVER
                      ZILOG INC.  - NB1
                      FMC CORP PHOSPHORUS CHEMICALS
                      SIMPLOT SOILBUILDERS-SHELLEY SITE
                      BUNKER HILL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
                      ZILOG INC.  - NB2
                      BLOUNT INC SOUTHPORT OPERATION
                      USAF MOUNTAIN HOME  BASE
                      IDAHO CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY
                      BLOUNT INC SEG SPEER OPERATION
                      BOISE LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY
                      HEWLETT PACKARD
                      VAN WATERS & ROGERS NAMPA
                      LAPWAI SCH DIST PHINNEY  BLDG
                      UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO
                      JACKLIN SEED COMPANY
                      POTLATCH CORP
                      LYNN INDUSTRIAL COATING
                      BOISE TERMINALS STATION-CHEVRON PIPELINE
                      ID ST OF DEPT OF AG CALDWELL IDOT
                      USEPA CLEANUP EASTERN IDAHO FLOODS
                      ADA COUNTY RISK MANAGEMENT
                      IDAHO STATE DEPT. OF AG. E ID
                      L D MCFARLAND CO
                      ID ST DEPT OF AG LATAH COFG
                      USDA FS CHALLIS RANGER DIST
                      IDAHO STATE DEPT. OF AG-JERO
                      UTAH POWER & LIGHT  RIGBY
                      ID ST OF DEPT OF AG LEWISTON NP COFG
                      SIMPLOT SOILBUILDERS-WILDER
                      JEROME COUNTY EMS
                      IDAHO ST DEPT OF AG BOUNDARY COFG
                      IDAHO ST DEPT OF AG PLANT IN LAB
                      IDAHO STATE OF DEPT OF AG CDA TRANS STA
                      ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF IDAHO, INC SITE  B
                      YMC MECH INC MICRON TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCT
                      PACIFICORP
                      ID ST DEPT. OF AG.  GOODING
                      IDAHO ST DEPT OF AG GRANGEV IDOT
 1 IDD093120871
 2 IDD009066481
 3 IDD981770498
 4 ID0000285106
 5 ID4890008952
 6 IDD053798104
 7 IDD980835995
 8 IDD097762231
 9 IDD070929518
10 IDD000757013
11 IDR000001008
12 ID0000309583
13 IDD984669424
14 ID3572124557
15 IDD113391775
16 IDD984666669
17 IDD980976831
18 IDD990727471
19 IDD113392880
20 IDR000002550
21 IDD075746271
22 IDR000002709
23 IDD009061375
24 IDD037780186
25 IDD000641944
26 IDR000000109
27 IDR000002477
28 IDR000002279
29 IDD984674622
30 IDD009062597
31 IDR000002253
32 IDR000002469
33 IDD984675124
34 IDR000001578
35 ID0000309484
36 IDD000467274
37 IDR000002311
38 IDR000002238
39 IDR000002261
40 ID0000312926
41 IDD073114654
42 IDR000000257
43 IDD000602631
44 IDR000002386
45 IDR000002246
BOISE
LEWISTON
BOISE
POST FALLS
SCOVILLE
POCATELLO
PRIEST RIVER
NAMPA
POCATELLO
SHELLEY
KELLOGG
NAMPA
LEWISTON
MOUNTAIN HOME AFB
GLENNS FERRY
LEWISTON
BOISE
BOISE
NAMPA
LAPWAI
MOSCOW
NEZPERCE
LEWISTON
BOISE
BOISE
CALDWELL
IDAHO FALLS
BOISE
BLACKFOOT
SANDPOINT
MOSCOW
CHALLIS
JEROME
RIGBY
LEWISTON
WILDER
JEROME
BONNERS FERRY
BOISE
COEUR D ALENE
GRAND VIEW
BOISE
IDAHO FALLS
GOODING
GRANGEVILLE
  NOTE:
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                          105

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                                                     IDAHO
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                    82,019 TONS


17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

   RANK  EPA ID        SITE NAME                                CITY

      1  IDD073114654  ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF  IDAHO, INC SITE B  GRAND VIEW
      2  IDD981770498  SAFETY-KLEEN CORP-BOISE                  BOISE
      3  ID4890008952  US  DOE ID NATIONAL ENVIRO  & ENGINEERING   SCOVILLE

  TOTAL
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


                                                       106

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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      IDAHO
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED  TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        107

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                                                    IDAHO


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         81,100 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:          2,147 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                      ILLINOIS
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):    1,058
      1 ILD064403199
      2 ILD080012305
      3 ILD005119839
      4 ILD006278170
      5 ILD005263157
      6 ILD000805812
      7 ILD005070537
      8 ILD000781591
      9 ILD005172325
     10 ILD001662816
     11 ILD980613913
     12 ILD005476882
     13 ILD005215421
     14 ILD098642424
     15 ILT180013468
     16 ILD049813256
     17 ILD980996862
     18 ILD055409940
     19 ILD000714881
     20 ILD006280606
     21 ILD074573163
     22 ILD054236443
     23 ILD005078126
     24 ILD056623598
     25 ILD003934569
     26 ILD062499272
     27 ILR000024646
     28 ILD981093180
     29 IL5140090221
     30 ILD981196843
     31 ILD984820191
     32 ILD065873630
     33 ILD049297765
     34 ILD984817593
     35 ILD005164611
     36 ILD070012265
     37 ILD980682447
     38 ILD069496248
     39 ILD085013449
     40 ILR000009795
     41 ILD000814780
     42 ILD005072517
     43 ILD005450697
     44 ILD005229448
     45 ILD002525723
     46 ILD005083316
     47 ILD051093367
     48 ILD005203476
     49 ILD000716860
     50 ILD006147342
SITE NAME

MOBIL OIL CORP
EQUILON ENTERPRISES
US FILTER/IWT
ALLIED-SIGNAL INC
NORTHWESTERN STEEL & WIRE #2
PEORIA DISPOSAL CO INC
CATERPILLAR INC
LTV STEEL CO
MODERN PLATING CORP-PLANT 2
AIRTEX PRODUCTS
SAFETY-KLEEN ENVIRONSYSTEMS CO
MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM LLC
QUALITY METAL FINISHING CO
TRADE WASTE INCINERATION INC
NORTHERN METAL FINISHING
PRECOAT METALS
BIRMINGHAM STEEL CORP KANKAKEE
ABBOTT LABORATORIES
KEYSTONE STEEL & WIRE CO
LACLEDE STEEL COMPANY
ALUMAX EXTRUSIONS
3M COMPANY
EQUISTAR CHEMICALS LP
LTV STEEL-CHICAGO WKS
NATIONAL STARCH & CHEMICAL
LAROCHE INDUSTRIES INC
DUQUOIN MGP SITE
JLM CHEMICALS INC
PRIMEX TECHNOLOGIES INC-MARION
CP SYSTEMS INC
EAKAS CORPORATION
AUSTEEL LEMONT CO INC
ZENITH ELECTRONICS CORP
AAA GALVANIZING INC
KOPPERS INDUSTRIES INC
EMPIRE GALVANIZING
READETTE & DUNN PLATERS
HANNAH MARINE CORP
SALEM GRAVURE
BOEING PRECISION GEAR INC
CP CLARE CORP
AMERICAN NICKELOID CO
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
NEW MORTON
VALSPAR COATINGS
MCWHORTER EAST -FORMER CARGILL
SUN CHEMICAL CORP
PFANSTIEHL LABS INC
TOYAL AMERICA INC
CHAMPION LABORATORIES INC
JOLIET
ROXANA
ROCKFORD
METROPOLIS
STERLING
PEORIA
JOLIET
HENNEPIN
FREEPORT
FAIRFIELD
DOLTON
ROBINSON
BYRON
SAUGET
ROCKFORD
CHICAGO
BOURBONNAIS
NORTH CHICAGO
BARTONVILLE
ALTON
WEST CHICAGO
CORDOVA
TUSCOLA
CHICAGO
MEREDOSIA
CHICAGO HEIGHTS
DUQUOIN
ALSIP
MARION
CHICAGO
PERU
LEMONT
MELROSE PARK
JOLIET
CICERO
FRANKLIN PARK
ROCKFORD
LEMONT
SALEM
BEDFORD PARK
CHICAGO
PERU
CHICAGO
LANSING
KANKAKEE
CARPENTERSVILLE
NORTHLAKE
WAUKEGAN
LOCKPORT
WEST SALEM
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     ILLINOIS
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC  WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                           LISTED CODES
HAS MORE THAN  ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS  OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                         BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
                                                                                                         154,142
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                               1,145,189
                                            HAS AN F CODE
                                            HAS A K CODE
                                            HAS A P CODE
                                            HAS A U CODE
                                            TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/  AT  LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                                                 13,961   TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS  DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN  OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      ILLINOIS
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF  RCRA  TSD  FACILITIES:
                                      86
                                                   445,728  TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                      PEORIA DISPOSAL CO INC
                      NORTHWESTERN STEEL & WIRE #2
                      SAFETY-KLEEN ENVIRONSYSTEMS CO
                      LTV STEEL CO
                      TRADE WASTE INCINERATION INC
                      MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM LLC
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE
                      CLEAN HARBORS SVCS INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      BEAVER OIL CO INC
                      HYDROMET ENVIRONMENTAL INC
                      RESOURCE RECOVERY
                      OLIN BRASS & WINCHESTER INC
                      ENVIRITE OF ILLINOIS INC
                      HANDY & HARMAN REFINING GROUP
                      ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
ILD000805812
ILD005263157
ILD980613913
ILD000781591
ILD098642424
ILD005476882
ILD085349264
ILD000608471
ILD005450697
ILD064418353
ILD984766279
ILD066918327
ILD006271696
ILD000666206
ILD000675249
IL3890008946
ILD980502744
PEORIA
STERLING
DOLTON
HENNEPIN
SAUGET
ROBINSON
LEMONT
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
HODGKINS
NEWMAN
SAUGET
EAST ALTON
HARVEY
VILLA PARK
ARGONNE
PECATONICA
150,921
 80,409
 76,555
 43,310
 26,069
 20,291
 16,347
 12,859
  8,508
  4,681
  2,723
  1,812
    512
    496
    227
      7
      n
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE  MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
                                                                                                 445,72E
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      ILLINOIS
                                         1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT  METHOD

  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
M011-M019
M021-M029
M031-M039
M041-M049
M051-M059
     M061
M111-M119
     M131
     M132
     M134
     M137
                                                                QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE
                                                                MANAGED    OF
                                                                (TONS)     QUANTITY
                                          NUMBER OF
                                          FACILITIES
                 PERCENTAGE
                 OF
                 FACILITIES
              4
              1
              1
              1
              1

             17
10  MANAGEMENT  METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  FUEL BLENDING
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND  INJECTION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  LAND TREATMENT  / APPLICATION / FARMING
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS FUEL)
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  OTHER DISPOSAL  SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
M111-M119
     M132
     M061
     M134
M021-M029
M041-M049
     M131
M051-M059
M011-M019
M031-M039
     M137
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
137,475
94,267
77, 927
43,310
41,778
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
30.8
21.1
17.5
9.7
9.4

NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
4
1
5
1
4
PERCENTAC
OF
;E

FACILITIES
2 3 .
5.
29.
5 .
2 3 .
. 5
. 9
.4
. 9
. 5
5.9
11  MANAGEMENT  METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY  NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
 SYSTEM
TYPE CODE

M041-M049
     M061
M011-M019
M021-M029
M111-M119
M051-M059
M031-M039
     M131
     M132
     M134
     M137
                                                                                     NUMBER OF
                                                                                     FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES  REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE  MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       ILLINOIS
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 972
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                     292,148 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      SAFETY-KLEEN ENVIRONSYSTEMS CO
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE
                      CLEAN HARBORS SVCS INC
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
                      BIRMINGHAM STEEL CORP KANKAKEE
                      TRADE WASTE INCINERATION INC
                      KEYSTONE STEEL & WIRE CO
                      ABBOTT LABORATORIES
                      EQUILON ENTERPRISES
                      3M COMPANY
                      LTV STEEL-CHICAGO WKS
                      LAROCHE INDUSTRIES INC
                      DUQUOIN MGP SITE
                      JLM CHEMICALS INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC
                      EQUISTAR CHEMICALS LP
                      LACLEDE STEEL COMPANY
                      EAKAS CORPORATION
                      AUSTEEL LEMONT CO INC
                      ZENITH ELECTRONICS CORP
                      AAA GALVANIZING INC
                      KOPPERS INDUSTRIES INC
                      EMPIRE GALVANIZING
                      HANNAH MARINE CORP
                      CP CLARE CORP
                      SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      NEW MORTON
                      RESOURCE RECOVERY
                      MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM LLC
                      MCWHORTER EAST -FORMER CARGILL
                      SUN CHEMICAL CORP
                      PFANSTIEHL LABS INC
                      TOYAL AMERICA INC
                      CHAMPION LABORATORIES INC
                      CALUMET STEEL
                      DEXTER CORP THE
                      COM ED COAL TAR S
                      MILLENNIUM PETROCHEMICALS
                      FORD MOTOR CO, ASSEMBLY PLANT
                      HENKEL CORP
                      SEYMOUR OF SYCAMORE INC
                      PHIBRO-TECH INC
                      BARTLETT MFG CO INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      STEFAN COMPANY
                      R LAVIN & SONS INC
                      G D SEARLE & CO
                      MITSUBISHI MOTOR MFG OF AMERIC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
 1 ILD980613913
 2 ILD085349264
 3 ILD000608471
 4 ILD980502744
 5 ILD980996862
 6 ILD098642424
 7 ILD000714881
 8 ILD055409940
 9 ILD080012305
10 ILD054236443
11 ILD056623598
12 ILD062499272
13 ILR000024646
14 ILD981093180
15 ILD000805911
16 ILD005078126
17 ILD006280606
18 ILD984820191
19 ILD065873630
20 ILD049297765
21 ILD984817593
22 ILD005164611
23 ILD070012265
24 ILD069496248
25 ILD000814780
26 ILD005456439
27 ILD005450697
28 ILD005229448
29 ILD066918327
30 ILD005476882
31 ILD005083316
32 ILD051093367
33 ILD005203476
34 ILD000716860
35 ILD006147342
36 ILD079748109
37 ILD004531927
38 ILD984823237
39 ILD048296180
40 ILD060364882
41 ILD005215769
42 ILD005100789
43 ILD062480850
44 ILT180019713
45 ILD093862811
46 ILD054351770
47 ILD097271563
48 ILD068458835
49 ILD982072357
50 ILD981097819
DOLTON
LEMONT
CHICAGO
PECATONICA
BOURBONNAIS
SAUGET
BARTONVILLE
NORTH CHICAGO
ROXANA
CORDOVA
CHICAGO
CHICAGO HEIGHTS
DUQUOIN
ALSIP
ELGIN
TUSCOLA
ALTON
PERU
LEMONT
MELROSE PARK
JOLIET
CICERO
FRANKLIN PARK
LEMONT
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
LANSING
SAUGET
ROBINSON
CARPENTERSVILLE
NORTHLAKE
WAUKEGAN
LOCKPORT
WEST SALEM
CHICAGO HEIGHTS
WAUKEGAN
JOLIET
MORRIS
CHICAGO
KANKAKEE
SYCAMORE
JOLIET
CARY
PEKIN
ELWOOD
NORTH CHICAGO
SKOKIE
NORMAL
CASEYVILLE
26,768
19,590
14,526
12,196
12,151
11,839
10,839
10,700
 8,581
 8,090
 5,602
 5,189
 5,189
 4,737
 3,575
 3,504
 3,490
 3,376
 3,359
 2,732
 2,676
 2,630
 2,520
 2,342
 2,035
 1,828
 1,753
 1,635
 1,548
 1,532
 1,518
 1,498
 1,438
 1,396
 1,366
 1,248
 1,237
 1,237
 1,234
 1,219
 1,189
 1,181
 1,151
 1,030
   960
   942
   920
   897
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      ILLINOIS
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  20
16
                                                     355,053 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                      CLEAN HARBORS SVCS INC
                      PEORIA DISPOSAL CO INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN ENVIRONSYSTEMS CO
                      TRADE WASTE INCINERATION INC
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      BEAVER OIL CO INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC
                      RESOURCE RECOVERY
                      HYDROMET ENVIRONMENTAL INC
                      ENVIRITE OF ILLINOIS INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      AMERICAN WASTE PROCESSING LTD
                      DETREX CORP,SOLVENT & ENVR SVC
                      PRIMEX TECHNOLOGIES INC-AREA13
                      HANDY & HARMAN REFINING GROUP
                      OLIN BRASS & WINCHESTER INC
 1 ILD000608471
 2 ILD000805812
 3 ILD980613913
 4 ILD098642424
 5 ILD085349264
 6 ILD980502744
 7 ILD005450697
 8 ILD064418353
 9 ILD000805911
10 ILD066918327
11 ILD984766279
12 ILD000666206
13 ILD093862811
14 ILD981097819
15 ILD981088388
16 ILD000716894
17 ILD074424938
18 IL8143609487
19 ILD000675249
20 ILD006271696
CHICAGO
PEORIA
DOLTON
SAUGET
LEMONT
PECATONICA
CHICAGO
HODGKINS
ELGIN
SAUGET
NEWMAN
HARVEY
PEKIN
CASEYVILLE
URBANA
MAYWOOD
MELROSE PARK
MARION
VILLA PARK
EAST ALTON
144,915
 76,165
 53,112
 25,959
 18,139
 11,540
  8,573
  4,681
  2,820
  2,772
  2,723
  1,066
    736
    633
    448
    321
    221
    144
     83
      0
           COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE  MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      ILLINOIS
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF  RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                                                                            4
                                                                            4

                                                                            4
                                                                            2
                                                                            5
                                                                            1
                                                                            1
                                                                            1

                                                                           11
19  MANAGEMENT  METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED  TO  WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  STABILIZATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  LANDFILL
  METALS RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
(FOR REUSE)
(REUSE AS  FUEL)
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                              MANAGED   OF
                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
         4
         4
         1
         4
         2
         2
         1

        11
                                                                                                         .1
20  MANAGEMENT  METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED  TO  WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES

                                                                            5        45.5
                                                                            4
                                                                            4
                                                                            4
                                                                            2

                                                                            1
                                                                            1
                                                                            1

                                                                           11
  NOTE:   FACILITIES  REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  FACILITIES  MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                         115

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                                                   ILLINOIS


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:        150,922 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:        205,851 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                       INDIANA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      633
        IND003913423
        IND000810861
        IND006050967
        IND093219012
        IND016584641
        IND000717959
        IND181157009
        INR000001099
        IND006376362
        IND072040348
        IND000806935
        IND000807107
        IND006366819
        IND000199653
        IND005159199
        IND077042034
        IND005444062
        IND000780403
        IND006421549
        IND078911146
        IND984868836
        IND006068050
        IND093220861
        IND005146683
        IND041855776
        IND087032611
        IND980501936
        IND058960329
        IND984894287
        IND042080614
        IND005478094
        IND984904466
        IND005081955
        IND005447537
        IND006420699
        IN5210020454
        IND000806851
        IND990873499
        IND081530362
        IND000816108
        IND980615678
        IND082071234
        IND006059075
        IND006040117
        IND000715573
        IND103631131
        IND981955859
        IND115304594
        IND009223728
        IND000806927
SITE NAME

BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP
AMOCO OIL CO WHITING LAKEFRONT
ELI LILLY & CO TIPPECANOE LABS
HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
MIDWEST STEEL DIV
GENERAL BATTERY/EXIDE CORP
NUCOR STEEL
STEEL DYNAMICS INC
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
ELI LILLY & CO CLINTON LABS
ELI LILLY & CO - LILLY TECH CTR
REILLY IND INC
ALCOA -WARRICK OPER
QUEMETCO
INLAND STEEL CO
SAFETY KLEEN OIL RECOVERY CO
US STEEL - GARY WORKS
RECLAIMED ENERGY CO INC
CITIZENS GAS & COKE UTILITY - MFG
CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT OF INDIANA LLC
COLWELL GENERAL INC SYSTEMS DIV
DELPHI DELCO ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS PLT 1
AVESTA SHEFFIELD PLATE INC
FORD METER BOX CO INC
GK TECH/IN STEEL & WIRE
INDIANAPOLIS FOUNDRY/CHRYSLER
HERMASEAL CO AMERICAN ELECTRONIC COMPOSI
FOAMEX LP
I/N KOTE
ACCRA PAC INC
ALUMINUM CO OF AMERICA
BETA STEEL CORP
GLOBE VALVE CORP
SLATER STEEL CORP
FORD ELECTRONICS & REFRIG
US ARMY JEFFERSON PROVING GROUNDS
DELPHI DELCO ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS-
RED SPOT PAINT & VARNISH
GOLDEN CASTING CORP
PREFERRED TECHNICAL GRP
HOSKINS MFG CO
FERRO CORP KEIL CHEMICAL DIV
PFIZER INC
LILLY IND INC
COPELAND CORP
DIGITAL AUDIO DISC CORP
HH SUMCO INC
GMC TRUCK & BUS
PRINTPACK INC
ELI LILLY & CO MC BIOCHEM MFG
CHESTERTON
WHITING
SHADELAND
INDIANAPOLIS
PORTAGE
MUNCIE
CRAWFORDSVILLE
BUTLER
MT VERNON
CLINTON
INDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS
NEWBURGH
INDIANAPOLIS
EAST CHICAGO
EAST CHICAGO
GARY
CONNERSVILLE
INDIANAPOLIS
FORT WAYNE
KENDALLVILLE
KOKOMO
NEW CASTLE
WABASH
MUNCIE
INDIANAPOLIS
ELKHART
FT WAYNE
NEW CARLISLE
ELKHART
LAFAYETTE
PORTAGE
DELPHI
FT WAYNE
CONNERSVILLE
MADISON
KOKOMO
EVANSVILLE
COLUMBUS
COLUMBIA CITY
NEW PARIS
HAMMOND
TERRE HAUTE
INDIANAPOLIS
RUSHVILLE
TERRE HAUTE
INDIANAPOLIS
ROANOKE
GREENSBURG
INDIANAPOLIS
350,220
139,455
 81,793
 80,558
 76,858
 50,843
 42,711
 34,754
 23,500
 18,324
 17,120
 14,719
 11,426
 10,319
  8,751
  8,477
  6,100
  5,749
  4,753
  4,584
  3,167
  3,153
  3,023
  2,496
  2,481
  2,308
  2,232
  1,863
  1,789
  1,747
  1,741
  1, 667
  1,567
  1,411
  1,352
  1,148
  1,136
  1,095
  1,063
  1,043
  1,008
    986
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     INDIANA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY  TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17,  AND  D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      INDIANA
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:
                                      40
                                                 1,357,777 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                      SITE  NAME
                      BETHLEHEM  STEEL CORP
                      AMOCO  OIL  CO WHITING LAKEFRONT
                      QUEMETCO
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT OF INDIANA LLC
                      ELI  LILLY  & CO TIPPECANOE LABS
                      ESSROC CEMENT CORP
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SVC INC
                      MIDWEST STEEL DIV
                      GENERAL BATTERY/EXIDE CORP
                      LONE STAR  INDUSTRIES INC
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
                      POLLUTION  CONTROL INDUSTRIES, INC
                      ELI  LILLY  & CO CLINTON LABS
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
                      RECLAIMED  ENERGY CO INC
                      RHONE  POULENC INC  (RHODIA INC)
                      REILLY IND INC
                      ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF AMERICA
                      HERMASEAL  CO AMERICAN ELECTRONIC COMPOSI
                      DETREX CORP SOLVENTS&ENV SVCS
                      MASON  CORP
                      SAFETY KLEEN OIL RECOVERY CO
                      ASHLAND CHEMICAL CO
                      PURDUE UNIV. LMSB
10
 1 IND003913423
 2 IND000810861
 3 IND000199653
 4 IND078911146
 5 IND006050967
 6 IND005081542
 7 IND980503890
 8 IND016584641
 9 IND000717959
   IND006419212
11 IND093219012
12 IND000646943
13 IND072040348
14 IND006376362
15 IND000780403
16 IND001859032
17 IND000807107
18 IND980590947
19 IND980501936
20 IND085616837
21 IND005460209
22 IND077042034
23 IND016621476
24 IND072051394
CHESTERTON
WHITING
INDIANAPOLIS
FORT WAYNE
SHADELAND
LOGANSPORT
ROACHDALE
PORTAGE
MUNCIE
GREENCASTLE
INDIANAPOLIS
EAST CHICAGO
CLINTON
MT VERNON
CONNERSVILLE
HAMMOND
INDIANAPOLIS
SOUTH BEND
ELKHART
INDIANAPOLIS
SCHERERVILLE
EAST CHICAGO
SOUTH BEND
WEST LAFAYETTE
349,765
137,252
127,699
126,203
 92,581
 87,584
 80,558
 76,761
 57,702
 57,284
 38,855
 29,318
 26,005
 23,865
 13,661
 13,261
 11,513
  4,630
  2,217
    893
    138
     17
     16
      1
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM  DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                         119

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                                                      INDIANA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
M101
Mill
                                                               QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED   OF
                                                               (TONS)     QUANTITY
                                          NUMBER OF
                                          FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
                                                                                            24
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
                    QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                    MANAGED   OF
                     (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                            24
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER RECOVERY
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  SLUDGE TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
                    QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                    MANAGED   OF
                     (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                            24
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       INDIANA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 592
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                     364,913 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
                      NUCOR STEEL
                      STEEL DYNAMICS INC
                      POLLUTION CONTROL INDUSTRIES,  INC
                      ELI LILLY & CO - LILLY TECH CTR
                      ALCOA -WARRICK OPER
                      INLAND STEEL CO
                      SAFETY KLEEN OIL RECOVERY CO
                      QUEMETCO
                      RECLAIMED ENERGY CO INC
                      US STEEL - GARY WORKS
                      ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF AMERICA
                      CITIZENS GAS & COKE UTILITY -  MFG
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT OF INDIANA LLC
                      REILLY IND INC
                      ELI LILLY & CO TIPPECANOE LABS
                      DELPHI DELCO ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS PLT 1
                      CAMBRIDGE INDUSTRIES INC
                      AVESTA SHEFFIELD PLATE INC
                      INDIANAPOLIS FOUNDRY/CHRYSLER
                      AMOCO OIL CO WHITING LAKEFRONT
                      FOAMEX LP
                      PFIZER INC
                      I/N KOTE
                      BETA STEEL CORP
                      SLATER STEEL CORP
                      DELPHI DELCO ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS-
                      US ARMY JEFFERSON PROVING GROUNDS
                      RED SPOT PAINT & VARNISH
                      GOLDEN CASTING CORP
                      PREFERRED TECHNICAL GRP
                      ACCRA PAC INC
                      FERRO CORP KEIL CHEMICAL DIV
                      COPELAND CORP
                      HH SUMCO INC
                      GMC TRUCK & BUS
                      FORD ELECTRONICS & REFRIG
                      ELI LILLY & CO MC BIOCHEM MFG
                      WITT CO MUNCIE GALVANIZING DIV
                      BEMIS CO INC
                      DELTA FAUCET CO
                      ROLL COATER INC
                      LTV STEEL CO
                      ATLAS CHEM MILLING
                      ELI LILLY & CO CLINTON LABS
                      SUBARU ISUZU AUTOMOTIVE INC
                      UNITED COATINGS INC
                      ROLL COATER INC
                      US ARMY IN ARMY AMMO PLT
                      VALEO ENGINE COOLING
 1 IND093219012
 2 IND181157009
 3 INR000001099
 4 IND000646943
 5 IND000806935
 6 IND006366819
 7 IND005159199
 8 IND077042034
 9 IND000199653
10 IND000780403
11 IND005444062
12 IND980590947
13 IND006421549
14 IND078911146
15 IND000807107
16 IND006050967
17 IND006068050
18 IND016351272
19 IND093220861
20 IND087032611
21 IND000810861
22 IND058960329
23 IND006059075
24 IND984894287
25 IND984904466
26 IND005447537
27 IND000806851
28 IN5210020454
29 IND990873499
30 IND081530362
31 IND000816108
32 IND042080614
33 IND082071234
34 IND000715573
35 IND981955859
36 IND115304594
37 IND006420699
38 IND000806927
39 IND006418735
40 IND006034300
41 IND098138936
42 IND006420087
43 IND005462601
44 IND092043595
   IND072040348
   IND984866491
   IND984866202
   IND990873606
   IN9210020443
   IND982641094
45
46
47
48
49
50
INDIANAPOLIS
CRAWFORDSVILLE
BUTLER
EAST CHICAGO
INDIANAPOLIS
NEWBURGH
EAST CHICAGO
EAST CHICAGO
INDIANAPOLIS
CONNERSVILLE
GARY
SOUTH BEND
INDIANAPOLIS
FORT WAYNE
INDIANAPOLIS
SHADELAND
KOKOMO
GRABILL
NEW CASTLE
INDIANAPOLIS
WHITING
FT WAYNE
TERRE HAUTE
NEW CARLISLE
PORTAGE
FT WAYNE
KOKOMO
MADISON
EVANSVILLE
COLUMBUS
COLUMBIA CITY
ELKHART
HAMMOND
RUSHVILLE
INDIANAPOLIS
ROANOKE
CONNERSVILLE
INDIANAPOLIS
MUNCIE
TERRE HAUTE
GREENSBURG
GREENFIELD
EAST CHICAGO
ELKHART
CLINTON
LAFAYETTE
INDIANAPOLIS
KINGSBURY
CHARLESTOWN
GREENSBURG
94,288
42,711
34,754
30,596
17,120
11,426
 8,751
 8,555
 6,245
 6,122
 6,100
 5,585
 4,736
 4,476
 3,200
 3,189
 3,153
 3,099
 3,023
 2,308
 2,186
 1,863
 1,819
 1,789
 1,667
 1,411
 1,167
 1,148
 1,095
 1,063
 1,043
 1,027
   986
   921
   867
   859
   858
   797
   771
   733
   722
   687
   681
   671
   647
   626
   601
   589
   576
   571
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      INDIANA
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  21
16
                                                     611,458 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                      SITE NAME
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT OF INDIANA LLC
                      QUEMETCO
                      ESSROC CEMENT CORP
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SVC INC
                      LONE  STAR INDUSTRIES INC
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
                      POLLUTION CONTROL INDUSTRIES, INC
                      ELI LILLY & CO TIPPECANOE LABS
                      RECLAIMED ENERGY CO INC
                      RHONE POULENC INC (RHODIA INC)
                      ELI LILLY & CO CLINTON LABS
                      GENERAL BATTERY/EXIDE CORP
                      ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF AMERICA
                      DETREX CORP SOLVENTS&ENV SVCS
                      ASHLAND CHEMICAL CO
                      MASON CORP
                      VAN WATERS & ROGERS INC
                      VAN WATERS & ROGERS INC
                      DELPHI DELCO ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS-
                      ELI LILLY & CO - MATERIALS CTR
                      SAFETY KLEEN OIL RECOVERY CO
IND078911146
IND000199653
IND005081542
IND980503890
IND006419212
IND093219012
IND000646943
IND006050967
IND000780403
IND001859032
IND072040348
IND000717959
IND980590947
IND085616837
IND016621476
IND005460209
IND040295347
IND016627333
IND000806851
IND006421325
IND077042034
FORT WAYNE
INDIANAPOLIS
LOGANSPORT
ROACHDALE
GREENCASTLE
INDIANAPOLIS
EAST CHICAGO
SHADELAND
CONNERSVILLE
HAMMOND
CLINTON
MUNCIE
SOUTH BEND
INDIANAPOLIS
SOUTH BEND
SCHERERVILLE
INDIANAPOLIS
SOUTH BEND
KOKOMO
INDIANAPOLIS
EAST CHICAGO
125,984
123,552
 87,433
 80,558
 57,271
 40,657
 32,196
 13,979
 13,967
 13,261
  8,328
  7,296
  5,222
    893
    512
    138
     82
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS  MAY  NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE  MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                         122

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                                                      INDIANA
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
QUANTITY PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE
MANAGED OF NUMBER OF OF
(TONS) QUANTITY FACILITIES FACILITIES
131,719
24, 936
21.8
4.1
4 23.5
4 23.5
                                                                                            17
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT  METHOD

  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  LANDFILL
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
159,316
140,280
131,719
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
26.3
23.2
21.8

NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
4
4
4
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
23.5
23.5
23.5
                16.0
                 6. 9
                 4.1
                 1.7
                   n
                                                                                            17
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT  METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  INCINERATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER RECOVERY
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                            17
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        123

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                                                   INDIANA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        234,737 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        115,041 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                        IOWA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      182
                                                       33,681 TONS
        IAD000223354
        IAR000000216
        IAD005273594
        IAD005275540
        IAD984591891
        IAD005272398
        IAD045372836
        IAD075846824
        IAD000805143
        IAD069619765
        IAP000001469
        IAD980688717
        IAD005278502
        IAD000830018
        IAP000001457
        IAD981504780
        IAD069624500
        IAP000001488
        IAD005145941
        IAP000001494
        IAD022047112
        IAT200010098
        IAD096526108
        IAT200011096
        IAD050691617
        IA7213820445
        IAD981506298
        IAD000678144
        IAD005300751
        IAD000156422
        IAD005285689
        IAD001818327
        IAD981506934
        IAD984568204
        IAD049474380
        IAD078096732
        IAD073489288
        IAP000001480
        IAD000610436
        IAD022096028
        IAD087267175
        IAD041580721
        IAD005274071
        IAD000829978
        IAD000829911
        IAR000003426
        IAD065205056
        IAD005272703
        IAD005287768
        IAD053737532
SITE NAME

NORTH STAR STEEL IOWA
IPSCO STEEL INC
MONSANTO CO
FORT DODGE ANIMAL HEALTH
SALSBURY CHEMICALS INC
DU PONT E I DE NEMOURS & CO INC
EQUISTAR CHEMICALS LP
3M KNOXVILLE
COOPER AUTOMOTIVE CO
EXIDE/GENERAL BATTERY
I E S UTIL INC - CARROLL FMGP
A Y MCDONALD MFG CO
PELLA CORP
DEXTER CO
IBS UTIL INC - FMGP
SIOUXLAND GALVANIZING
DEERE JOHN - DBS MOINES WORKS
IBS UTIL INC - CHEROKEE BMGP
CLOW VALVE CO BOUNDRY
NINTH AVENUE PARCEL
CRYOVAC - DIV W R GRACE
IOWA PAINT MFG CO INC
GLACIER VANDERVELL INC
WELLBORN INDUSTRIES LTD
REXAM RELEASE
IOWA ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
PURETHANE INC WEST BRANCH
HELENA CHEMICAL CO
WINNEBAGO INDUSTRIES INC
IOWA STEEL & WIRE CO
MAYTAG LAUNDRY PRODUCTS PLANT 2
AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN CO
OMEGA CABINETS
UNIVERSAL CIRCUITS INC
CRANE CO
COLOR CONVERTING INDUSTRIES CO
INDUSTRIAL LAMINATES/NORPLEX
TRANSWOOD INC (ROADSIDE SPILL)
AMANA CO LP
R V HOPKINS INC
EXIDE CORP
VISKASE CORP
VERMEER MFG CO
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
HON CO OAK STEEL PLT
MACH III INC
ROCKWELL COLLINS INC
GENERAL ELECTRIC E D & C SWITCHGEAR OPER
FISHER CONTROLS GOVERNOR RD
CAMCAR/TEXTRON - DECORAH OPERATION
  TOTAL
WILTON
MUSCATINE
MUSCATINE
CHARLES CITY
CHARLES CITY
FORT MADISON
CLINTON
SAINT PAUL
BURLINGTON
MANCHESTER
CARROLL
DUBUQUE
PELLA
FAIRFIELD
VINTON
SIOUX CITY
ANKENY
CHEROKEE
OSKALOOSA
COUNCIL BLUFFS
CEDAR RAPIDS
DBS MOINES
ATLANTIC
MASON CITY
IOWA CITY
MI DOLETOWN
WEST BRANCH
DBS MOINES
FOREST CITY
CENTERVILLE
NEWTON
DBS MOINES
WATERLOO
LAKE MILLS
WASHINGTON
DBS MOINES
POSTVILLE
STORY CITY
MIDDLE AMANA
DAVENPORT
BURLINGTON
CENTERVILLE
PELLA
COUNCIL BLUFFS
MUSCATINE
MASON CITY
CEDAR RAPIDS
WEST BURLINGTON
MARSHALLTOWN
DECORAH
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
5,283
3,068
2,744
2,366
2,354
2,020
1,807
1,110
  868
  864
  718
  689
  425
  410
  406
  384
  382
  360
  268
  263
  257
  230
  224
  216
  215
  194
  177
  175
  166
  164
  160
  158
  144
  141
  136
  128
  122
  122
  120
  118
  115
  113
  112
   98
   94
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      IOWA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT  WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND  LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC  CODE
  TOTAL
                                          WASTE  HAS ONLY
                                           LISTED CODES
HAS MORE THAN  ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                 11,640  BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT  WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE HAS  ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND  LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE  CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE  CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017  CODE
    HAS D018-D043  CODE
                                            HAS AN F CODE
                                            HAS A K CODE
                                            HAS A P CODE
                                            HAS A U CODE
                                            TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/  AT  LEAST  1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS  DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN  ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE, CORROSIVE,  REACTIVE, D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN  OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U  LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        126

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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:      28
                                                     IOWA
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                   3,349  TONS
                     SITE NAME                               CITY

                                                            MUSCATINE
                                                            FORT MADISON
                                                            PELLA
                                                            MIDDLETOWN
      5  IAT200010601   I  S U - CHEMICAL WASTE HANDLING FACILITY  AMES
      6  IAD005264940   BRAMMER MFG CO                          DAVENPORT

  TOTAL


  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY  NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                                      IOWA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       128

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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                        IOWA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 176
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                      84,693 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP - DAVENPORT
                      NORTH STAR STEEL IOWA
                      IPSCO STEEL INC
                      FORT DODGE ANIMAL HEALTH
                      SALSBURY CHEMICALS INC
                      DU PONT E I DE NEMOURS & CO INC
                      EQUISTAR CHEMICALS LP
                      3M KNOXVILLE
                      COOPER AUTOMOTIVE CO
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP - DBS MOINES
                      EXIDE/GENERAL BATTERY
                      I E S UTIL INC - CARROLL FMGP
                      A Y MCDONALD MFG CO
                      PELLA CORP
                      DEXTER CO
                      IBS UTIL INC - FMGP
                      IOWA ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
                      SIOUXLAND GALVANIZING
                      DEERE JOHN - DBS MOINES WORKS
                      IBS UTIL INC - CHEROKEE FMGP
                      CLOW VALVE CO FOUNDRY
                      NINTH AVENUE PARCEL
                      CRYOVAC - DIV W R GRACE
                      GLACIER VANDERVELL INC
                      WELLBORN INDUSTRIES LTD
                      REXAM RELEASE
                      PURETHANE INC WEST BRANCH
                      HELENA CHEMICAL CO
                      WINNEBAGO INDUSTRIES INC
                      IOWA STEEL & WIRE CO
                      MAYTAG LAUNDRY PRODUCTS PLANT 2
                      MONSANTO CO
                      UNIVERSAL CIRCUITS INC
                      CRANE CO
                      OMEGA CABINETS
                      R V HOPKINS INC
                      COLOR CONVERTING INDUSTRIES CO
                      INDUSTRIAL LAMINATES/NORPLEX
                      TRANSWOOD INC (ROADSIDE SPILL)
                      EXIDE CORP
                      IOWA PAINT MFG CO INC
                      VERMEER MFG CO
                      VISKASE CORP
                      AMANA CO LP
                      UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
                      HON CO OAK STEEL PLT
                      ROCKWELL COLLINS INC
                      MACH III INC
                      CAMCAR/TEXTRON - DECORAH OPERATION
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC E D & C SWITCHGEAR OPER
IAD098027592
IAD000223354
IAR000000216
IAD005275540
IAD984591891
IAD005272398
IAD045372836
IAD075846824
IAD000805143
IAD981718000
IAD069619765
IAP000001469
IAD980688717
IAD005278502
IAD000830018
IAP000001457
IA7213820445
IAD981504780
IAD069624500
IAP000001488
IAD005145941
IAP000001494
IAD022047112
IAD096526108
IAT200011096
IAD050691617
IAD981506298
IAD000678144
IAD005300751
IAD000156422
IAD005285689
IAD005273594
IAD984568204
IAD049474380
IAD981506934
IAD022096028
IAD078096732
IAD073489288
IAP000001480
IAD087267175
IAT200010098
IAD005274071
IAD041580721
IAD000610436
IAD000829978
IAD000829911
IAD065205056
IAR000003426
IAD053737532
IAD005272703
DAVENPORT
WILTON
MUSCATINE
CHARLES CITY
CHARLES CITY
FORT MADISON
CLINTON
SAINT PAUL
BURLINGTON
DBS MOINES
MANCHESTER
CARROLL
DUBUQUE
PELLA
FAIRFIELD
VINTON
MI DOLETOWN
SIOUX CITY
ANKENY
CHEROKEE
OSKALOOSA
COUNCIL BLUFFS
CEDAR RAPIDS
ATLANTIC
MASON CITY
IOWA CITY
WEST BRANCH
DBS MOINES
FOREST CITY
CENTERVILLE
NEWTON
MUSCATINE
LAKE MILLS
WASHINGTON
WATERLOO
DAVENPORT
DBS MOINES
POSTVILLE
STORY CITY
BURLINGTON
DBS MOINES
PELLA
CENTERVILLE
MIDDLE AMANA
COUNCIL BLUFFS
MUSCATINE
CEDAR RAPIDS
MASON CITY
DECORAH
WEST BURLINGTON
731
718
689
425
410
406
397
384
382
360
268
263
257
234
216
215
177
176
166
164
160
148
141
136
136
132
131
122
122
115
113
112
111
110
 98
 94
 89
 87
 75
 74
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                      IOWA
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
16
                                                     1,176 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997


                     SITE  NAME
                                                             DAVENPORT
                                                             DBS MOINES
                                                             OAKDALE
      4  IAT200010601  I  S  U  - CHEMICAL WASTE  HANDLING FACILITY  AMES
  NOTE:
          COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       130

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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      IOWA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM  OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                                               QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED   OF          NUMBER  OF   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     IOWA


                                            1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:           218 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         84,257 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                       KANSAS
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      215
      1 KSD007482029
      2 KSD981506025
      3 KSD007249980
      4 KSD007237241
      5 KSD007233422
      6 KSD007138605
      7 KSD007482011
      8 KSD056577810
      9 KSD007237746
     10 KSD981713522
     11 KSD007145956
     12 KSD980854285
     13 KSD981126253
     14 KSD087418695
     15 KSD007145907
     16 KS0213820467
     17 KSD007246846
     18 KSD000203711
     19 KSD000809673
     20 KS6214020756
     21 KSD073314593
     22 KSD007124506
     23 KSD984967372
     24 KSD007233596
     25 KSP000000682
     26 KSD007234313
     27 KS3213820878
     28 KSD091347898
     29 KST210010203
     30 KSR000001743
     31 KSD000651307
     32 KSD980739999
     33 KSR000001404
     34 KSR000005033
     35 KSD000819086
     36 KSD042387142
     37 KSD073323081
     38 KSD981711260
     39 KSD007127046
     40 KSD058924689
     41 KSD043063247
     42 KSD062721956
     43 KSD043941590
     44 KSD000687699
     45 KSP000000707
     46 KSD007128846
     47 KSD007129695
     48 KSD094338084
     49 KSD007130032
     50 KSD980687958
SITE NAME

VULCAN MATERIALS CO
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ARAGON
ELF ATOCHEM N AMERICA INC
THE BOEING CO - WICHITA
TEXACO REFINING AND MARKETING INC
FARMLAND INDUSTRIES INC
RAYTHEON AIRCRAFT CO
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
AIR PRODUCTS MFG CORP
SOMMER ALLIBERT KANSAS CITY PLT
NATIONAL COOP REFINERY ASSC
ALLCO CHEMICAL CORP
GMC FAIRFAX ASSEMBLY PLANT
TOTAL PETROLEUM INC
DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS
KANSAS ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SVC INC
PQ CORP KANSAS CITY
CESSNA AIRCRAFT CO MID-CONTINENT FCTY
MILITARY INSTALLATION FT RILEY
EXIDE CORP
FMC CORP
UNIVERSAL ENGRAVING
CESSNA AIRCRAFT CO PAWNEE FACILITY
RICH RAINT MFG
LEARJET INC
SUNFLOWER ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
SINCLAIR OIL CORP
CHASE TRANSP CO
ASTOR UNIVERSAL NATIONAL FAC
CERTAIN TEED CORP
HERCULES CEMENT CO
K C COATINGS
DYMON INC
PUEBLO CHEMICAL & SUPPLY CO
PRESTIGE INC
AIR CAPITOL PLATING INC
PLASTIC PACKAGING CORP
LOCTITE CORP
GNB INC
PANHANDLE EASTERN PIPE LINE CO/HUGOTON
PACKAGING PRODUCTS CORP
PHILIPS LIGHTING CO
CHASE TERMINAL CO
M R V INC
PEERLESS PRODUCTS INC
GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO
SMITH FIBERGLASS PRODUCTS CO
PROCTER & GAMBLE MFG CO
WILKO PAINT INC
WICHITA
COFFEYVILLE
WICHITA
WICHITA
EL DORADO
COFFEYVILLE
WICHITA
ANDOVER
WICHITA
KANSAS CITY
MCPHERSON
RIVERTON
KANSAS CITY
ARKANSAS CITY
OLATHE
PARSONS
WICHITA
KANSAS CITY
WICHITA
FORT RILEY
SALINA
LAWRENCE
OVERLAND PARK
WICHITA
SOUTH HUTCHINSON
WICHITA
DE SOTO
KANSAS CITY
EL DORADO
LAWRENCE
KANSAS CITY
INDEPENDENCE
SHAWNEE
OLATHE
GARDEN CITY
NEODESHA
WICHITA
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
HUGOTON
MISSION
SALINA
SCOTT CITY
TOPEKA
FORT SCOTT
TOPEKA
WICHITA
KANSAS CITY
WICHITA
1,285,739
   11,421
   10,076
    5, 960
    1,798
    1,411
    1,335
    1,271
    1,137
      927
      909
      663
      604
      582
      557
      528
      484
      387
      336
      274
      261
      227
      217
      213
      200
      197
      193
      188
      178
      171
      152
      138
      134
      133
      124
      119
      119
      117
      117
      108
      106
      100
       90
       87
       84
       80
       79
       74
       74
       74
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     KANSAS
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     KANSAS
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     24
                                                1,558,943 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     VULCAN MATERIALS CO
                     SYSTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CORP
                     ASH GROVE  CEMENT PLANT
                     HERCULES CEMENT CO
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ARAGON
                     AIR PRODUCTS MFG CORP
                     KANSAS ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
                     VAN WATERS & ROGERS INC
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SVC INC
                     LAFARGE CORP
     10
1 KSD007482029
2 KSD980633259
3 KSD031203318
4 KSD980739999
5 KSD981506025
6 KSD007237746
7 KS0213820467
8 KSD000809715
9 KSD007246846
  KSD007148034
WICHITA
FREDONIA
CHANUTE
INDEPENDENCE
COFFEYVILLE
WICHITA
PARSONS
WICHITA
WICHITA
FREDONIA
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     KANSAS
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                              1
                              5
                              4

                              1

                             10
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  FUEL  BLENDING
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                              1

                              4
                              5
                              1

                             10
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       KANSAS
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 207
13
                                                     137,709 TONS
     13
     14
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
SYSTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CORP
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SVC INC
ELF ATOCHEM N AMERICA INC
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ARAGON
THE BOEING CO - WICHITA
TEXACO REFINING AND MARKETING INC
FARMLAND INDUSTRIES INC
RAYTHEON AIRCRAFT CO
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
SOMMER ALLIBERT KANSAS CITY PLT
SAFETY KLEEN CORP
SAFETY KLEEN CORP
ASHLAND CHEMICAL CO
GMC FAIRFAX ASSEMBLY PLANT
TOTAL PETROLEUM INC
DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS
ALLCO CHEMICAL CORP
PQ CORP KANSAS CITY
SAFETY KLEEN CORP
NATIONAL COOP REFINERY ASSC
CESSNA AIRCRAFT CO MID-CONTINENT FCTY
VULCAN MATERIALS CO
MILITARY INSTALLATION FT RILEY
EXIDE CORP
FMC CORP
CESSNA AIRCRAFT CO PAWNEE FACILITY
RICH RAINT MFG
LEARJET INC
SUNFLOWER ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
SINCLAIR OIL CORP
CHASE TRANSP CO
CERTAIN TEED CORP
K C COATINGS
PUEBLO CHEMICAL & SUPPLY CO
DYMON INC
PLASTIC PACKAGING CORP
LOCTITE CORP
AIR CAPITOL PLATING INC
GNB INC
PANHANDLE EASTERN PIPE LINE CO/HUGOTON
PHILIPS LIGHTING CO
CHASE TERMINAL CO
M R V INC
ASTOR UNIVERSAL NATIONAL FAC
PEERLESS PRODUCTS INC
GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO
PROCTER & GAMBLE MFG CO
PURITAN BENNETT AERO SYS CO
BINNEY & SMITH INC
FIBERGLASS ENGINEERING INC
 1 KSD980633259
 2 KSD007246846
 3 KSD007249980
 4 KSD981506025
 5 KSD007237241
 6 KSD007233422
 7 KSD007138605
 8 KSD007482011
 9 KSD056577810
10 KSD981713522
11 KSD980973515
12 KSD000809723
   KSD057889313
   KSD981126253
15 KSD087418695
16 KSD007145907
17 KSD980854285
18 KSD000203711
19 KSD980686844
20 KSD007145956
21 KSD000809673
22 KSD007482029
23 KS6214020756
24 KSD073314593
25 KSD007124506
26 KSD007233596
27 KSP000000682
28 KSD007234313
29 KS3213820878
30 KSD091347898
31 KST210010203
32 KSD000651307
33 KSR000001404
34 KSD000819086
35 KSR000005033
36 KSD981711260
37 KSD007127046
38 KSD073323081
39 KSD058924689
40 KSD043063247
41 KSD043941590
42 KSD000687699
43 KSP000000707
44 KSR000001743
45 KSD007128846
46 KSD007129695
47 KSD007130032
48 KSD007120751
49 KSD093503498
50 KS0000205856
FREDONIA
WICHITA
WICHITA
COFFEYVILLE
WICHITA
EL DORADO
COFFEYVILLE
WICHITA
ANDOVER
KANSAS CITY
EDWARDSVILLE
WICHITA
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
ARKANSAS CITY
OLATHE
RIVERTON
KANSAS CITY
DODGE CITY
MCPHERSON
WICHITA
WICHITA
FORT RILEY
SALINA
LAWRENCE
WICHITA
SOUTH HUTCHINSON
WICHITA
DE SOTO
KANSAS CITY
EL DORADO
KANSAS CITY
SHAWNEE
GARDEN CITY
OLATHE
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
WICHITA
KANSAS CITY
HUGOTON
SALINA
SCOTT CITY
TOPEKA
LAWRENCE
FORT SCOTT
TOPEKA
KANSAS CITY
LENEXA
WINFIELD
NEODESHA
79,382
15,474
10,076
 7,576
 5,922
 1,518
 1,411
 1,335
 1,271
   927
   919
   871
   638
   590
   582
   557
   552
   447
   358
   350
   336
   325
   273
   261
   244
   213
   200
   197
   191
   188
   178
   152
   134
   124
   120
   117
   117
   116
   108
   106
    90
    87
    84
    84
    80
    79
    74
    74
    72
    69
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     KANSAS
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                 12
16
                                                    282,466 TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     VULCAN MATERIALS  CO
                     SYSTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CORP
                     ASH GROVE CEMENT  PLANT
                     HERCULES CEMENT CO
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SVC INC
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ARAGON
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     ASHLAND CHEMICAL  CO
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     KANSAS ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
                     VAN WATERS & ROGERS  INC
 1 KSD007482029
 2 KSD980633259
 3 KSD031203318
 4 KSD980739999
 5 KSD007246846
 6 KSD981506025
 7 KSD000809723
 8 KSD980973515
 9 KSD057889313
   KSD980686844
11 KS0213820467
12 KSD000809715
1C
WICHITA
FREDONIA
CHANUTE
INDEPENDENCE
WICHITA
COFFEYVILLE
WICHITA
EDWARDSVILLE
KANSAS CITY
DODGE CITY
PARSONS
WICHITA
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED  WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     KANSAS
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  FUEL BLENDING
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
                                                               QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                                       14.3
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   KANSAS


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        117,719  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         36,336  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      KENTUCKY
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      348
                                                      192,318 TONS
      1 KYD053348108
      2 KYD985115237
      3 KYD006390017
      4 KYD088438817
      5 KYD041376138
      6 KYD006370175
      7 KYD991277112
      8 KYD161955380
      9 KYD006373922
     10 KYR000004994
     11 KYD053351227
     12 KYD000207282
     13 KYD049062375
     14 KYD006370159
     15 KYD985079797
     16 KYD082390394
     17 KYD070814033
     18 KYD058692526
     19 KYD042943985
     20 KY0000693424
     21 KYD053350229
     22 KYD005013032
     23 KYD071315899
     24 KYD062951801
     25 KY8213820105
     26 KYD981027469
     27 KY0001002450
     28 KYD981753197
     29 KYD005009923
     30 KYD055831838
     31 KYD985072156
     32 KYD000821942
     33 KYD062979158
     34 KYD006396246
     35 KYD058691031
     36 KYD045739471
     37 KYD066899766
     38 KYD981852502
     39 KYD006383392
     40 KYD070219571
     41 KYD006384531
     42 KYD005383385
     43 KYD981029457
     44 KYD985083146
     45 KYD981027451
     46 KYD094203213
     47 KYD006370167
     48 KYR000010132
     49 KYD981923147
     50 KYD006382253
SITE NAME

SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
GALLATIN STEEL COMPANY
ROHM & HAAS KY, INC.
LWD INC
ASHLAND PETROLEUM COMPANY
ISP CHEMCIALS INC.
NEWPORT STEEL CORP WILDER PLANT
TOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING USA. INC.
ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA
DUPONT DOW ELASTOMERS LLC
FORD MOTOR CO. - KY. TRUCK PLANT
KENTUCKY ELECTRIC STEEL, INC.
NSA, DIVISION OF SOUTHWIRE COMPANY
ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA INC.
BEKAERT CORPORATION
SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO
AKZO NOBEL RESINS
ALCAN INGOT, SEBREE ALUMINUM PLANT
DOW CORNING CORPORATION
STEEL TECHNOLOGIES INC.
VANDERBILT CHEMICAL CORPORATION
AK STEEL CORPORATION (  COKE PLANT)
FORD MOTOR COMPANY-LOU. ASSEMBLY PLANT
GREEN RIVER STEEL CORPORATION
BLUEGRASS ARMY DEPOT RICHMOND
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.  (-4-090-01)
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE DIST
AMBRAKE CORPORATION
CALGON CARBON CORPORATION
AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS, INC.
WORLDSOURCE COIL COATING, INC.
MIDWEST ENVIRONMENTAL
KENDALL COMPANY
OLIN CORPORATION
COMMONWEALTH ALUMINUM CORPORATION
AMERICAN GREETINGS CORPORATION
ATR WIRE & CABLE CO INC
COOPER INDUSTRIES/NATIONAL ELECTRIC
KOPPERS INDUSTRIES
YUASA-EXIDE, INC.
HARSHAW CHEMICAL CO
GAMCO PRODUCTS COMPANY
EXCEL MANUFACTURING OF KENTUCKY
REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY OF LOUISVILLE
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.  (4-075-01)
QUEBECOR PRINTING FRANKLIN
BF GOODRICH
SOUTHSHORE TERMINAL INC
CONTECH CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS, INC.
COURTAULDS COATINGS INC
SMITHFIELD
WARSAW
LOUISVILLE
CALVERT CITY
CATLETTSBURG
CALVERT CITY
WILDER
GEORGETOWN
CARROLLTON
LOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE
ASHLAND
HAWESVILLE
CALVERT CITY
SHELBYVILLE
RICHMOND
LOUISVILLE
HENDERSON
CARROLLTON
GHENT
MURRAY
ASHLAND
LOUISVILLE
OWENSBORO
RICHMOND
LEXINGTON
RICHMOND
ELIZABETHTOWN
CATLETTSBURG
CALVERT CITY
HAWESVILLE
LOUISVILLE
FRANKLIN
BRANDENBURG
LEWI SPORT
CORBIN
DANVILLE
DAYHOIT
GUTHRIE
RICHMOND
LOUISVILLE
HENDERSON
FULTON
LOUISVILLE
ASHLAND
FRANKLIN
CALVERT CITY
SI LOAM
WINCHESTER
LOUISVILLE
50,832
27,727
13,764
10,351
 8,061
 6, 692
 5,257
 3,545
 3,473
 3,388
 3,369
 3,240
 3,098
 2,823
 2,765
 2,442
 2,002
 1,915
 1,852
 1,765
 1,251
 1,229
 1,219
 1,195
 1,042
   874
   844
   813
   781
   748
   728
   701
   609
   564
   532
   530
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   KENTUCKY
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY  CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE  MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES  MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE  CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    KENTUCKY
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     28
                                                   85,575  TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     LWD INC
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP.
                     ROHM & HAAS KY,  INC.
                     CALGON CARBON CORPORATION
                     ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA
                     ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA INC.
                     LWD SANITARY  LANDFILL, INC.
                     MIDWEST ENVIRONMENTAL
                     ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION SYSTEMS,  INC.
                     USAARMC AND FORT KNOX
                     UNIVERSAL FASTENERS INC.
                     UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
 1 KYD088438817
 2 KYD053348108
 3 KYD006390017
 4 KYD005009923
 5 KYD006373922
 6 KYD006370159
 7 KYD985073196
 8 KYD000821942
 9 KYD000770313
10 KY6210020479
11 KYD044914356
11 KYD980840029
CALVERT  CITY
SMITHFIELD
LOUISVILLE
CATLETTSBURG
CARROLLTON
CALVERT  CITY
CALVERT  CITY
LOUISVILLE
BROOKS
FORT KNOX
LAWRENCEBURG
LOUISVILLE
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        143

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                                                    KENTUCKY
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  FUEL  BLENDING
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF  FACILITIES, 1997
  FUEL  BLENDING
  INCINERATION
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES
                                                                                           12
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      KENTUCKY
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 328
13
                                                     190,550 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      LWD INC
                      GALLATIN STEEL COMPANY
                      LWD SANITARY LANDFILL, INC.
                      ISP CHEMCIALS INC.
                      NEWPORT STEEL CORP  WILDER PLANT
                      TOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING USA. INC.
                      DUPONT DOW ELASTOMERS LLC
                      FORD MOTOR CO. - KY.  TRUCK PLANT
                      KENTUCKY ELECTRIC STEEL,  INC.
                      NSA, DIVISION OF SOUTHWIRE COMPANY
                      BEKAERT CORPORATION
                      SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO
                      ALCAN INGOT, SEBREE ALUMINUM PLANT
                      DOW CORNING CORPORATION
                      STEEL TECHNOLOGIES  INC.
                      ASHLAND PETROLEUM COMPANY
                      VANDERBILT CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      AK STEEL CORPORATION  ( COKE  PLANT)
                      FORD MOTOR COMPANY-LOU. ASSEMBLY PLANT
                      GREEN RIVER STEEL CORPORATION
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.  (-4-090-01)
                      ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA
                      SHERWIN-WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE  DIST
                      MIDWEST ENVIRONMENTAL
                      AKZO NOBEL RESINS
                      AMBRAKE CORPORATION
                      CALGON CARBON CORPORATION
                      BLUEGRASS ARMY DEPOT RICHMOND
                      AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS,  INC.
                      WORLDSOURCE COIL COATING, INC.
                      KENDALL COMPANY
                      ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA INC.
                      OLIN CORPORATION
                      COMMONWEALTH ALUMINUM CORPORATION
                      ATR WIRE & CABLE CO INC
                      COOPER INDUSTRIES/NATIONAL ELECTRIC
                      KOPPERS INDUSTRIES
                      YUASA-EXIDE, INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.  (4-075-01)
                      HARSHAW CHEMICAL CO
                      GAMCO PRODUCTS COMPANY
                      EXCEL MANUFACTURING OF KENTUCKY
                      AMERICAN GREETINGS  CORPORATION
                      BF GOODRICH
                      REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY OF LOUISVILLE
                      SOUTHSHORE TERMINAL INC
                      CONTECH CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS,  INC.
                      COURTAULDS COATINGS INC
                      BLUEGRASS PLATING CO.
 1 KYD053348108
 2 KYD088438817
 3 KYD985115237
 4 KYD985073196
 5 KYD006370175
 6 KYD991277112
 7 KYD161955380
 8 KYR000004994
 9 KYD053351227
10 KYD000207282
11 KYD049062375
12 KYD985079797
13 KYD082390394
14 KYD058692526
15 KYD042943985
16 KY0000693424
17 KYD041376138
18 KYD053350229
19 KYD005013032
20 KYD071315899
21 KYD062951801
22 KYD981027469
23 KYD006373922
24 KY0001002450
25 KYD000821942
26 KYD070814033
27 KYD981753197
28 KYD005009923
29 KY8213820105
30 KYD055831838
31 KYD985072156
32 KYD062979158
33 KYD006370159
34 KYD006396246
35 KYD058691031
36 KYD066899766
37 KYD981852502
38 KYD006383392
39 KYD070219571
40 KYD981027451
41 KYD006384531
42 KYD005383385
43 KYD981029457
44 KYD045739471
45 KYD006370167
46 KYD985083146
47 KYR000010132
48 KYD981923147
49 KYD006382253
50 KYD980837777
SMITHFIELD
CALVERT CITY
WARSAW
CALVERT CITY
CALVERT CITY
WILDER
GEORGETOWN
LOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE
ASHLAND
HAWESVILLE
SHELBYVILLE
RICHMOND
HENDERSON
CARROLLTON
GHENT
CATLETTSBURG
MURRAY
ASHLAND
LOUISVILLE
OWENSBORO
LEXINGTON
CARROLLTON
RICHMOND
LOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE
ELIZABETHTOWN
CATLETTSBURG
RICHMOND
CALVERT CITY
HAWESVILLE
FRANKLIN
CALVERT CITY
BRANDENBURG
LEWI SPORT
DANVILLE
DAYHOIT
GUTHRIE
RICHMOND
ASHLAND
LOUISVILLE
HENDERSON
FULTON
CORBIN
CALVERT CITY
LOUISVILLE
SI LOAM
WINCHESTER
LOUISVILLE
RICHMOND
3,441
3,388
3,369
3,240
3,125
2,765
2,442
1,915
1,852
1,765
1,673
1,251
1,229
1,219
1,195
  934
  876
  844
  835
  831
  813
  781
  769
  748
  728
  609
  577
  564
  532
  529
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    KENTUCKY
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
16
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVED:
                                                     95,693 TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP.
                     LWD INC
                     LWD SANITARY  LANDFILL, INC.
                     CALGON CARBON CORPORATION
                     MIDWEST ENVIRONMENTAL
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP.  (4-075-01)
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP.  (-4-090-01)
                     UNIVERSITY  OF LOUISVILLE
1 KYD053348108
2 KYD088438817
3 KYD985073196
4 KYD005009923
5 KYD000821942
6 KYD981027451
7 KYD981027469
8 KYD980840029
SMITHFIELD
CALVERT CITY
CALVERT CITY
CATLETTSBURG
LOUISVILLE
ASHLAND
LEXINGTON
LOUISVILLE
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    KENTUCKY
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  KENTUCKY


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         59,856 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        155,525 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                     LOUISIANA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      363
      1 LAD008175390
      2 LAD008213191
      3 LAD001890367
      4 LAD000777201
      5 LAD020597597
      6 LAD985185149
      7 LAD008086506
      8 LAD008187080
      9 LAD057117434
     10 LAD008179707
     11 LAD980622104
     12 LAD000618256
     13 LAR000018333
     14 LAD000777102
     15 LAD008184137
     16 LAR000011247
     17 LAD086478047
     18 LAD040776809
     19 LAD069524981
     20 LAD980796635
     21 LAR000005926
     22 LAD041224932
     23 LAD000778381
     24 LAD041581422
     25 LAD990683716
     26 LAD003913316
     27 LAD094919339
     28 LAD980870794
     29 LAR000018598
     30 LAD058530510
     31 LAD000812818
     32 LAD053783445
     33 LAD008058471
     34 LAD008194060
     35 LAD092681824
     36 LAD079464095
     37 LAD055018717
     38 LAD062662887
     39 LAD008186579
     40 LAD070672605
     41 LAD056024391
     42 LAD000618298
     43 LAR000004598
     44 LAD008073439
     45 LAD081999724
     46 LAR000011635
     47 LAD008161234
     48 LAD003913449
     49 LAD098168206
     50 LAD008158289
SITE NAME

CYTEC INDUSTRIES INC
RUBICON INC
DUPONT & DUPONT DOW ELASTOMERS INC
CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
ANGUS CHEMICAL COMPANY
LOUISIANA PIGMENT COMPANY L P
PPG INDUSTRIES INC
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
GEORGIA GULF CORPORATION
CHALMETTE REFINERY
SHELL OIL COMPANY NORCO W SITE CHEMICAL
CECOS INTERNATIONAL INC.
ARCO CHEMICAL COMPANY
TUBOSCOPE INC
EXIDE CORP - SCHUYKILL METALS DIVISION
SPRAYFAB LLC
CONDEA VISTA COMPANY
BASF CORPORATION
DURAWOOD TREATING COMPANY
TUBOSCOPE
CXY CHEMICALS USA
FORMOSA PLASTICS CORP LA
EXXON CHEMICAL COMPANY-BR PLASTICS PLANT
UNION CARBIDE CORP TAFT PLANT
CONOCO INC LAKE CHARLES REFINERY
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
BAYOU STEEL CORPORATION
TT BARGE CLEANING, MELE 183
RIVERWOOD INTERNATIONAL
GNB TECHNOLOGIES
EXXON CHEMICALS AMERICA
NOVARTIS CROP PROTECTION INC
MURPHY OIL USA INC MERAUX REFINERY
UNI ROYAL CHEMICAL COMPANY INC
VULCAN CHEMICALS
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (RECOVERY
TRINITY MARINE BATON ROUGE
EXXON CO USA BATON ROUGE REFINERY
SHELL NORCO REFINING COMPANY
DSI TRANSPORTS INC
BP OIL COMPANY ALLIANCE REFINERY
CECOS INTERNATIONAL INC
UNION CARBIDE CORP
FIRESTONE SYNTHETIC RUBBER AND LATEX CO
MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM LLC
SHELL OIL COMPANY
RHONE POULENC INC
BORDEN CHEMICALS & PLASTICS, OLP  (BCP)
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
EVANS COOPERAGE COMPANY INC
WAGGAMAN
GEISMAR
LAPLACE
SULPHUR
STERLINGTON
WESTLAKE
WESTLAKE
PLAQUEMINE
PLAQUEMINE
CHALMETTE
NORCO
WESTLAKE
WESTLAKE
MORGAN CITY
BATON ROUGE
THIBODAUX
WESTLAKE
GEISMAR
ALEXANDRIA
AMELIA
HAHNVILLE
BATON ROUGE
BATON ROUGE
TAFT
WESTLAKE
HAHNVILLE
LA PLACE
MODESTE
WEST MONROE
SHREVEPORT
BATON ROUGE
ST GABRIEL
MERAUX
GEISMAR
GEISMAR
RAYNE
BATON ROUGE
BATON ROUGE
NORCO
BATON ROUGE
BELLE CHASSE
LIVINGSTON
NORCO
SULPHUR
GARYVILLE
NORCO
BATON ROUGE
GEISMAR
CONVENT
HARVEY
,625
,326
. 989
,460
. 661
,696
,498
,728
.382
,295
,607
,150
. 636
. 286
.065
. 982
.063
,040
,824
,778
,582
,142
.016
.073
,909
,789
.592
.569
,363
.237
.152
 964
 920
 904
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   LOUISIANA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     LOUISIANA
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:
                                      57
                                                 4,503,985 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                      SITE NAME
                      CYTEC  INDUSTRIES INC
                      RUBICON  INC
                      DUPONT & DUPONT DOW ELASTOMERS INC
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
                      ANGUS  CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      PPG  INDUSTRIES INC
                      LAIDLAW  ENVIRONMENTAL SVCS PLAQUEMINES
                      THE  DOW  CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      GEORGIA  GULF CORPORATION
                      CECOS  INTERNATIONAL INC.
                      CHALMETTE REFINERY
                      SHELL  OIL COMPANY NORCO W SITE CHEMICAL
                      EXIDE  CORP - SCHUYKILL METALS DIVISION
                      RHONE  POULENC INC
                      ARCO CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      EXXON  CHEMICAL COMPANY-BR PLASTICS PLANT
                      BASF CORPORATION
                      AMAX METALS RECOVERY, INC.
                      UNION  CARBIDE CORP TAFT PLANT
                      NOVARTIS CROP PROTECTION INC
                      LAIDLAW  ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (RECOVERY
                      VULCAN CHEMICALS
                      DSM  COPOLYMER INC
                      MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM LLC
                      CHEVRON  CHEMICAL COMPANY LLC
                      LAMP RECYCLERS OF LOUISIANA INC
                      X  RAY  UNLIMITED
                      LAIDLAW  ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES B R INC
                      CITGO  PETROLEUM CORPORATION
                      X  RAY  UNLIMITED
                      EXXON  CO USA BATON ROUGE REFINERY
10
13
14
 1 LAD008175390
 2 LAD008213191
 3 LAD001890367
 4 LAD000777201
 5 LAD020597597
 6 LAD008086506
 7 LAD000778514
 8 LAD008187080
 9 LAD057117434
   LAD000618256
11 LAD008179707
12 LAD980622104
   LAD008184137
   LAD008161234
15 LAR000018333
16 LAD000778381
17 LAD040776809
18 LAD058472721
19 LAD041581422
20 LAD053783445
21 LAD079464095
22 LAD092681824
23 LAD059130831
24 LAD081999724
25 LAD034199802
26 LA0000365668
27 LAD981513021
28 LAD010395127
29 LAD008080350
30 LAD985170299
31 LAD062662887
WAGGAMAN
GEISMAR
LAPLACE
SULPHUR
STERLINGTON
WESTLAKE
PLAQUEMINE
PLAQUEMINE
PLAQUEMINE
WESTLAKE
CHALMETTE
NORCO
BATON ROUGE
BATON ROUGE
WESTLAKE
BATON ROUGE
GEISMAR
BRAITHWAITE
TAFT
ST GABRIEL
RAYNE
GEISMAR
ADDIS
GARYVILLE
BELLE CHASSE
HAMMOND
LAKE CHARLES
BATON ROUGE
LAKE CHARLES
ALEXANDRIA
BATON ROUGE
  NOTE:   COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM  DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    LOUISIANA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
M101
Mill
                                                               QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED    OF
                                                               (TONS)     QUANTITY
                                          NUMBER OF
                                          FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                 10
                                                           19.4
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  LANDFILL
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  FUEL BLENDING
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
QUANTITY PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE
MANAGED OF NUMBER OF OF
(TONS) QUANTITY FACILITIES FACILITIES
i, 957,
125,
108,
103,
86,
59,
43,
139
828
834
039
824
537
894
87.
2 .
2 .
2.
1.
1.
1.
. 9
.8
.4
. 3
. 9
. 3
. 0
6
2
10
9
3
5
4
19.
6.
32 .
29.
9.
16.
12.
.4
. 5
. 3
.0
i 7
.1
. 9
  TOTAL
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
Mlll-
M101-
                                          NUMBER OF
                                          FACILITIES
                                    87.9
                                     1.9
                                                                                            10
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      LOUISIANA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 350
13
                                                     239,401 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
                      TUBOSCOPE INC
                      SPRAYFAB LLC
                      CONDEA VISTA COMPANY
                      TUBOSCOPE
                      CXY CHEMICALS USA
                      FORMOSA PLASTICS CORP LA
                      BAYOU STEEL CORPORATION
                      RIVERWOOD INTERNATIONAL
                      TT BARGE CLEANING,  MELE 183
                      GNB TECHNOLOGIES
                      PPG INDUSTRIES INC
                      EXXON CHEMICALS AMERICA
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES B R INC
                      BASF CORPORATION
                      UNI ROYAL CHEMICAL COMPANY INC
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (RECOVERY
                      ARCO CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      TRINITY MARINE BATON ROUGE
                      EXXON CO USA BATON  ROUGE REFINERY
                      RUBICON INC
                      GEORGIA GULF CORPORATION
                      NOVARTIS CROP PROTECTION INC
                      DSI TRANSPORTS INC
                      UNION CARBIDE CORP  TAFT PLANT
                      BP OIL COMPANY ALLIANCE REFINERY
                      CECOS INTERNATIONAL INC
                      UNION CARBIDE CORP
                      FIRESTONE SYNTHETIC RUBBER AND LATEX CO
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      SHELL OIL COMPANY
                      BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES
                      MURPHY OIL USA INC  MERAUX REFINERY
                      RHONE POULENC INC
                      SHELL NORCO REFINING COMPANY
                      HOBSON GALVANIZING  CO INC
                      BORDEN CHEMICALS &  PLASTICS, OLP (BCP)
                      OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
                      EVANS COOPERAGE COMPANY INC
                      CHALMETTE REFINERY
                      LAROCHE INDUSTRIES  INC
                      CITGO PETROLEUM CORPORATION
                      OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
                      VULCAN CHEMICALS
                      WESTLAKE PETROCHEMICALS CORPORATION
                      US NASA LOCKHEED MARTIN
                      DELTECH CORPORATION
                      P & H TUBING
                      ALBEMARLE CORP PDC
 1 LAD000777201
 2 LAD000777102
 3 LAR000011247
 4 LAD086478047
 5 LAD980796635
 6 LAR000005926
 7 LAD041224932
 8 LAD094919339
 9 LAR000018598
10 LAD980870794
11 LAD058530510
12 LAD008086506
13 LAD000812818
14 LAD010395127
15 LAD040776809
16 LAD008194060
17 LAD079464095
18 LAR000018333
19 LAD055018717
20 LAD062662887
21 LAD008213191
22 LAD057117434
23 LAD053783445
24 LAD070672605
25 LAD041581422
26 LAD056024391
27 LAD000618298
28 LAR000004598
29 LAD008073439
30 LAD089841902
31 LAD981057441
32 LAR000011635
33 LAD000209700
34 LAD008058471
35 LAD008161234
36 LAD008186579
37 LAD085551810
38 LAD003913449
39 LAD098168206
40 LAD008158289
41 LAD008179707
42 LAD982560955
43 LAD008080350
44 LAD003913316
45 LAD092681824
46 LAD985184761
47 LA4800014587
48 LAD008188583
49 LAD049977101
50 LAD000757286
SULPHUR
MORGAN CITY
THIBODAUX
WESTLAKE
AMELIA
HAHNVILLE
BATON ROUGE
LA PLACE
WEST MONROE
MODESTE
SHREVEPORT
WESTLAKE
BATON ROUGE
BATON ROUGE
GEISMAR
GEISMAR
RAYNE
WESTLAKE
BATON ROUGE
BATON ROUGE
GEISMAR
PLAQUEMINE
ST GABRIEL
BATON ROUGE
TAFT
BELLE CHASSE
LIVINGSTON
NORCO
SULPHUR
KENNER
PINEVILLE
NORCO
BATON ROUGE
MERAUX
BATON ROUGE
NORCO
BELLE CHASSE
GEISMAR
CONVENT
HARVEY
CHALMETTE
GRAMERCY
LAKE CHARLES
HAHNVILLE
GEISMAR
SULPHUR
NEW ORLEANS
BATON ROUGE
BOSSIER CITY
BATON ROUGE
26,359
17,450
16,875
16,625
14,460
13,661
11,696
 9,607
 6, 636
 6,619
 5,286
 5,281
 5,065
 4,816
 4,810
 4,040
 3,778
 3,751
 3,545
 3,135
 2,846
 2,353
 2,103
 2,073
 1,919
 1,909
 1,791
 1,592
 1,569
 1,466
 1,284
 1,237
 1,232
 1,152
 1,123
 1,046
 1,009
   964
   920
   904
   852
   838
   770
   765
   746
   742
   715
   622
   605
   579
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    LOUISIANA
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                 15
16
                                                    217,080 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
      1  LAD000777201
      2  LAD000778514
      3  LAD008086506
      4  LAD008161234
      5  LAD058472721
      6  LAD000618256
      7  LAD001890367
      8  LAD053783445
      9  LAD008184137
     10  LAD079464095
     11  LAD008187080
     12  LAD010395127
     13  LAD981057441
     14  LAD089841902
     15  LA0000365668
CHEMICAL WASTE  MANAGEMENT
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SVCS PLAQUEMINES
PPG INDUSTRIES  INC
RHONE POULENC INC
AMAX METALS  RECOVERY, INC.
CECOS INTERNATIONAL  INC.
DUPONT & DUPONT DOW  ELASTOMERS INC
NOVARTIS CROP PROTECTION INC
EXIDE CORP - SCHUYKILL METALS DIVISION
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (RECOVERY
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES B R INC
SAFETY KLEEN CORP
SAFETY KLEEN CORP
LAMP RECYCLERS  OF LOUISIANA INC
SULPHUR
PLAQUEMINE
WESTLAKE
BATON ROUGE
BRAITHWAITE
WESTLAKE
LAPLACE
ST GABRIEL
BATON ROUGE
RAYNE
PLAQUEMINE
BATON ROUGE
PINEVILLE
KENNER
HAMMOND
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    LOUISIANA
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                             MANAGED   OF
                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  STABILIZATION
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING

  TOTAL
(REUSE AS FUEL)
(FOR REUSE)
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                             MANAGED   OF
                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                             13
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  LANDFILL
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                             MANAGED   OF          NUMBER  OF    OF
                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
                                                                                3.0
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR  QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  LOUISIANA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        146,521  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        173,756  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                        MAINE
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      137
                                                        4,758 TONS
      1 MED000242701
      2 MED040249096
      3 MED018980227
      4 MED000791681
      5 MED001097203
      6 ME7170022019
      7 MED000841015
      8 MED051431906
      9 MED001098458
     10 MED041460247
     11 ME5000001313
     12 MED040228983
     13 MED980910053
     14 MED001099308
     15 MED046217352
     16 MED045113495
     17 MED071735096
     18 MED985466358
     19 ME5000000802
     20 MED077469864
     21 MED065037491
     22 MED001096395
     23 MED985467638
     24 MED985469279
     25 MED001096791
     26 ME5170024355
     27 MED086875887
     28 MED046221115
     29 MED042141408
     30 MED019051069
     31 MED001098011
     32 MED980523146
     33 ME5000001040
     34 MED985467679
     35 ME8170022018
     36 MED054608179
     37 MED001107051
     38 MED018999706
     39 MED981889223
     40 MED018979989
     41 ME5211890012
     42 MED000841056
     43 MED001126564
     44 MED037714441
     45 MED060996451
     46 MED001102508
     47 MED093625358
     48 MED053444139
     49 MED037719846
     50 MED001095777
SITE NAME

HOLTRACHEM MFG CO LLC
CYRO INDUSTRIES
CENTRAL MAINE POWER CO O'CONNOR SITE
PRATT & WHITNEY
PHILIPS ELMET
PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD
SPRAGUE ENERGY CORP
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO ELECTRICAL DIST
NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR
BATH IRON WORKS CORPORATION
FAIRCHILD SEMICONDUCTOR CORP
PIONEER PLASTICS CORP
SILVEX INC
ENGLEHARD CORPORATION
EASTERN FINE PAPER
LSI ATLANTIC
MAINE POLY INC
CIANBRO PAINT/FAB SHOP
CONTROL DEVICES INC
SPRAGUE SANFORD INC
MEGA INDUSTRIES
PRIME TANNING CO INC
PRECIS, INC D/B/A  E.M.S.
SOUTHERN MAINE INDUSTRIES
SACO DEFENSE INC
US NAVAL COMPUTER & TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WAUSAU-MOSINEE PAPER CORP TECH SPEC DIV
MOBIL OIL #18054 PORTLAND TERMINAL
S.D. WARREN COMPANY
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE CORP
GREAT NORTHERN PAPER INC
BATH IRON WORKS CORPORATION (PORTLAND)
ME TURNPIKE AUTHORITY GRAY MNTNCE FCLTY
BATH IRON WORKS CORP (EBMF)
NAVAL AIR STATION
SPENCER PRESS INC
GREAT NORTHERN PAPER INC
WEBBER TANKS INC
ME ARMY NATIONAL GUARD UTES #1
CHARLIES MOTOR MALL BODY SHOP
ME ARMY NATIONAL GUARD USPFO
BATH IRON WORKS (HARDINGS)
CARLETON WOOLEN MILLS DYEING & FINISHING
LEMFORDER CORPORATION
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
G.H. BASS CO
SCI TECHNOLOGY INC
FALCON SHOE MFG CO KNAPP DIVISION
DEPT OF VETERAN'S AFFAIRS
HUSSEY SEATING CO
ORRINGTON
SANFORD
AUGUSTA
NORTH BERWICK
LEWISTON
KITTERY
SOUTH PORTLAND
AUBURN
SOUTH PORTLAND
BATH
SOUTH PORTLAND
AUBURN
WESTBROOK
EASTPORT
BREWER
BANGOR
GREENE
PITTSFIELD
STANDISH
SANFORD
RAYMOND
BERWICK
WESTBROOK
GORHAM
SACO
CUTLER
JAY
SOUTH PORTLAND
WESTBROOK
SOUTH PORTLAND
MILLINOCKET
PORTLAND
GRAY
BRUNSWICK
BRUNSWICK
WELLS
MILLINOCKET
BUCKSPORT
AUBURN
AUGUSTA
AUGUSTA
BRUNSWICK
WINTHROP
BREWER
ORONO
WILTON
AUGUSTA
LEWISTON
TOGUS
NORTH BERWICK
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      MAINE
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN  ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS  OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES  ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE  OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      MAINE
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     23
                                                      718  TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     CYRO INDUSTRIES
                     OSRAM SYLVANIA PRODUCTS INC
                     CIANBRO PAINT/FAB SHOP
                     DEPT OF VETERAN'S AFFAIRS
                     SABRE CORPORATION
                     LOCKARD'S COLLISION CENTER
                     FMC CORPORATION  BIO PRODUCTS
                     M. GRUMBACHER
                     DAIGLE & HOUGHTON
                     PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD
 1 MED040249096
 2 MED001099746
 3 MED985466358
 4 MED037719846
 5 MED055714588
 6 MED019051846
 7 MED985468982
 8 MED985471895
 9 MED985468958
10 ME7170022019
SANFORD
WALDOBORO
PITTSFIELD
TOGUS
RAYMOND
PORTLAND
ROCKLAND
LISBON FALLS
FORT KENT
KITTERY
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
                                                                                                   718
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      MAINE
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
                              7
                              1
                              1
                              1
                              1

                             10
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                                                   414
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                        MAINE
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 137
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                       5,104 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      HOLTRACHEM MFC CO LLC
                      ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE CORP
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      CENTRAL MAINE POWER CO O'CONNOR SITE
                      PRATT & WHITNEY
                      PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD
                      CYRO INDUSTRIES
                      SPRAGUE ENERGY CORP
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC CO ELECTRICAL DIST
                      NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR
                      BATH IRON WORKS CORPORATION
                      PIONEER PLASTICS CORP
                      SILVEX INC
                      MAINE POLY INC
                      FAIRCHILD SEMICONDUCTOR CORP
                      ENGLEHARD CORPORATION
                      EASTERN FINE PAPER
                      CONTROL DEVICES INC
                      SPRAGUE SANFORD INC
                      MEGA INDUSTRIES
                      PRECIS, INC D/B/A  E.M.S.
                      PRIME TANNING CO INC
                      CIANBRO PAINT/FAB SHOP
                      SACO DEFENSE INC
                      US NAVAL COMPUTER & TELECOMMUNICATIONS
                      LSI ATLANTIC
                      WAUSAU-MOSINEE PAPER CORP TECH SPEC DIV
                      OSRAM SYLVANIA PRODUCTS INC
                      SOUTHERN MAINE INDUSTRIES
                      MOBIL OIL #18054 PORTLAND TERMINAL
                      GREAT NORTHERN PAPER INC
                      BATH IRON WORKS CORPORATION (PORTLAND)
                      S.D. WARREN COMPANY
                      ME TURNPIKE AUTHORITY GRAY MNTNCE FCLTY
                      BATH IRON WORKS CORP (EBMF)
                      NAVAL AIR STATION
                      SPENCER PRESS INC
                      GREAT NORTHERN PAPER INC
                      WEBBER TANKS INC
                      PHILIPS ELMET
                      ME ARMY NATIONAL GUARD UTES #1
                      CHARLIES MOTOR MALL BODY SHOP
                      ME ARMY NATIONAL GUARD USPFO
                      BATH IRON WORKS (HARDINGS)
                      CARLETON WOOLEN MILLS DYEING & FINISHING
                      LEMFORDER CORPORATION
                      FALCON SHOE MFG CO KNAPP DIVISION
                      G.H. BASS CO
                      US OPTICAL DISC INC
                      SCI TECHNOLOGY INC
 1 MED000242701
 2 MED019051069
 3 MED980667810
 4 MED018980227
 5 MED000791681
 6 ME7170022019
 7 MED040249096
 8 MED000841015
 9 MED051431906
10 MED001098458
11 MED041460247
12 MED040228983
13 MED980910053
14 MED071735096
15 ME5000001313
16 MED001099308
17 MED046217352
18 ME5000000802
19 MED077469864
20 MED065037491
21 MED985467638
22 MED001096395
23 MED985466358
24 MED001096791
25 ME5170024355
26 MED045113495
27 MED086875887
28 MED001099746
29 MED985469279
30 MED046221115
31 MED001098011
32 MED980523146
33 MED042141408
34 ME5000001040
35 MED985467679
36 ME8170022018
37 MED054608179
38 MED001107051
39 MED018999706
40 MED001097203
41 MED981889223
42 MED018979989
43 ME5211890012
44 MED000841056
45 MED001126564
46 MED037714441
47 MED053444139
48 MED001102508
49 MED981214406
50 MED093625358
ORRINGTON
SOUTH PORTLAND
LEEDS
AUGUSTA
NORTH BERWICK
KITTERY
SANFORD
SOUTH PORTLAND
AUBURN
SOUTH PORTLAND
BATH
AUBURN
WESTBROOK
GREENE
SOUTH PORTLAND
EASTPORT
BREWER
STANDISH
SANFORD
RAYMOND
WESTBROOK
BERWICK
PITTSFIELD
SACO
CUTLER
BANGOR
JAY
WALDOBORO
GORHAM
SOUTH PORTLAND
MILLINOCKET
PORTLAND
WESTBROOK
GRAY
BRUNSWICK
BRUNSWICK
WELLS
MILLINOCKET
BUCKSPORT
LEWISTON
AUBURN
AUGUSTA
AUGUSTA
BRUNSWICK
WINTHROP
BREWER
LEWISTON
WILTON
SANFORD
AUGUSTA
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     MAINE
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                      344 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS, 1997


   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   MAINE
                                       1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED

TABLES  18, 19 AND 20 HAVE BEEN OMITTED  FROM THIS REPORT  BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES  IN MAINE THAT
REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM OFFSITE IN  1997 OTHER THAN STORAGE ONLY FACILITIES.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                    MAINE


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:              0 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:          4,827 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                     MARYLAND
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):     327
                                                       63,498 TONS
      1 MDR000004465
      2 MDD003071875
      3 MDD030324073
      4 MDD990759375
      5 MDD069390839
      6 MDD000215160
      7 MDD053945432
      8 MDD985369305
      9 MDD069396711
     10 MDD000619395
     11 MDD008424434
     12 MDD003091972
     13 MDD086140944
     14 MDD985372143
     15 MD3210021355
     16 MDD990686222
     17 MDD003063278
     18 MDR000015792
     19 MDD980555189
     20 MDD062011796
     21 MDD003419090
     22 MDD003075942
     23 MDR000001057
     24 MDD002901197
     25 MDD980554653
     26 MDD095353348
     27 MDD038942884
     28 MDD089945950
     29 MDD980551600
     30 MDD108077496
     31 MDD003255163
     32 MDD005971650
     33 MDD980829873
     34 MDR000009662
     35 MDD003075207
     36 MDR000001230
     37 MD2970590004
     38 MDD046041885
     39 MD6150004095
     40 MDD003093507
     41 MDD982363426
     42 MDD003082997
     43 MDD053936464
     44 MDD074933961
     45 MDD003065877
     46 MDD003102753
     47 MDD092391945
     48 MDD054573456
     49 MDD056497589
     50 MD4690307844
SITE NAME

FIN-TEC INC
FMC CORP
MARYLAND PORT ADMIN
EASTALCO ALUMINUM CO
RUST OLEUM CORP
SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO
BETHLEHEM STEEL SPARROWS POINT DIV
SPECTRA INC
ALLIED SIGNAL INC
BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC CO
EXXON CO USA
GM TRUCK & BUS GROUP
AVISTA SHEFFIELD EAST INC
CITRUS & ALLIED ESSENCES
U S ARMY GARRISON ABERDEEN PROVING GRND
CONDEA VISTA COMPANY
LENMAR INC
CAMBRIDGE MGP SITE
CLEAN HARBORS OF BALTIMORE INC
MINERAL PIGMENTS
LOCKHEED MARTIN
CYTEC INDUSTRIES INC
BFI
CARR LOWREY GLASS CO
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
SECURITY FENCE SUPPLY
CONSOLIDATED PHARMACEUTICAL GROUP
INTERNATIONAL PAPER
MPR CO INC
CHOPTANK ELECTIRC COOP INC
DURON INC
UNITED STATES CAN CO
UNIVERSITY OF MD AT COLLEGE PARK
ALUGLASS PACKAGING INC
SIGNODE EASTERN OPERATIONS
REPUBLIC ENGINEERED STEELS INCLTY P
NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
WATKINS JOHNSON CO
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
MILLENNIUM SPECIALTY CHEMICALS
ROHR INC
NOXELL CORP
POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER CO
W R GRACE & CO
BLACK & DECKER INC
METAL FINISHING INC
E M D S INC
SHEEHY FORD OF GIATHERSBURG
VPI MIRREX CORP
USCG YARD SAFETY OFFICE
SALISBURY
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
FREDERICK
WILLIAMSPORT
BALTIMORE
SPARROWS POINT
CLARKSBURG
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
BELCAMP
APG
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
CAMBRIDGE
BALTIMORE
BELTSVILLE
BALTIMORE
HAVRE DE GRACE
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
LAUREL
BLADENSBURG
BALTIMORE
ODENTON
COCKEYSVILLE
DENTON
BELTSVILLE
SPARROWS POINT
COLLEGE PARK
SNOW HILL
BLATIMORE
BALTIMORE
FORT MEADE
GAITHERSBURG
BETHESDA
BALTIMORE
HAGERSTOWN
HUNT VALLEY
NEWBURG
COLUMBIA
HAMP STEAD
HAGERSWOTN
GAITHERSBURG
GAITHERSBURG
SALISUBRY
BALTIMORE
560
541
461
408
355
344
342
330
312
295
259
219
210
187
177
177
170
159
145
137
134
124
119
118
103
103
101
100
 98
 89
 89
 88
 82
 74
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN  FIFTY  GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY  GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                24,616  BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                            5   TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN  ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     25
                                                    4,560 TONS
8  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     FMC CORP
                     CLEAN HARBORS OF BALTIMORE INC
                     CYTEC INDUSTRIES INC
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
                     THIOKOL CORP
                     NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER
                     TOWSON STATE UNIVERSITY
                     FREDERICK CANCER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMEN
                     NAVEODTECHOIV
                     NATIONAL  INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
 1 MDD003071875
 2 MDD980555189
 3 MDD003075942
 4 MDD980554653
 5 MDD003067121
 6 MD4170024109
 7 MDD050793926
 8 MD3750832062
 9 MD4170090001
10 MD6150004095
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
HAVRE DE GRACE
LAUREL
ELKTON
INDIAN HEAD
TOWSON
FREDERICK
INDIAN HEAD
BETHESDA
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
     191
   3,194
       1
   1,162
       1
      10
  TOTAL
                                                                                           10
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  LANDFILL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  LANDFILL
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
     191
   3,194
   1,162
      10
                                                                                           10
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY  MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     MARYLAND
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPERS:
                                                 298
13
                                                     100,658  TONS
     11
     12
     13
     14
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
FIN-TEC INC
CLEAN HARBORS OF BALTIMORE INC
RUST OLEUM CORP
MARYLAND PORT ADMIN
FMC CORP
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
EASTALCO ALUMINUM CO
SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO
SAFETY KLEEN CORP
ALLIED SIGNAL INC
BETHLEHEM STEEL SPARROWS POINT DIV
SPECTRA INC
EXXON CO USA
SAFETY KLEEN CORP
GM TRUCK & BUS GROUP
AVISTA SHEFFIELD EAST INC
CITRUS & ALLIED ESSENCES
U S ARMY GARRISON ABERDEEN PROVING GRND
CONDEA VISTA COMPANY
CAMBRIDGE MGP SITE
MINERAL PIGMENTS
LOCKHEED MARTIN
BFI
CARR LOWREY GLASS CO
SECURITY FENCE SUPPLY
CYTEC INDUSTRIES INC
INTERNATIONAL PAPER
MPR CO INC
CHOPTANK ELECTIRC COOP INC
DURON INC
UNITED STATES CAN CO
UNIVERSITY OF MD AT COLLEGE PARK
BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC CO
LENMAR INC
SIGNODE EASTERN OPERATIONS
CONSOLIDATED PHARMACEUTICAL GROUP
REPUBLIC ENGINEERED STEELS INCLTY P
NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
WATKINS JOHNSON CO
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
MILLENNIUM SPECIALTY CHEMICALS
ROHR INC
NOXELL CORP
POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER CO
W R GRACE & CO
METAL FINISHING INC
E M D S INC
SHEEHY FORD OF GIATHERSBURG
BLACK & DECKER INC
VPI MIRREX CORP
 1 MDR000004465
 2 MDD980555189
 3 MDD069390839
 4 MDD030324073
 5 MDD003071875
 6 MDD980554653
 7 MDD990759375
 8 MDD000215160
 9 MDD981034291
10 MDD069396711
   MDD053945432
   MDD985369305
   MDD008424434
   MDD000737106
15 MDD003091972
16 MDD086140944
17 MDD985372143
18 MD3210021355
19 MDD990686222
20 MDR000015792
21 MDD062011796
22 MDD003419090
23 MDR000001057
24 MDD002901197
25 MDD095353348
26 MDD003075942
27 MDD089945950
28 MDD980551600
29 MDD108077496
30 MDD003255163
31 MDD005971650
32 MDD980829873
33 MDD000619395
34 MDD003063278
35 MDD003075207
36 MDD038942884
37 MDR000001230
38 MD2970590004
39 MDD046041885
40 MD6150004095
41 MDD003093507
42 MDD982363426
43 MDD003082997
44 MDD053936464
45 MDD074933961
46 MDD003102753
47 MDD092391945
48 MDD054573456
49 MDD003065877
50 MDD056497589
SALISBURY
BALTIMORE
WILLIAMSPORT
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
LAUREL
FREDERICK
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
SPARROWS POINT
CLARKSBURG
BALTIMORE
GLEN BURNIE
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
BELCAMP
APG
BALTIMORE
CAMBRIDGE
BELTSVILLE
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
BLADENSBURG
HAVRE DE GRACE
ODENTON
COCKEYSVILLE
DENTON
BELTSVILLE
SPARROWS POINT
COLLEGE PARK
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
BLATIMORE
BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
FORT MEADE
GAITHERSBURG
BETHESDA
BALTIMORE
HAGERSTOWN
HUNT VALLEY
NEWBURG
COLUMBIA
HAGERSWOTN
GAITHERSBURG
GAITHERSBURG
HAMP STEAD
SALISUBRY
26,400
17,864
15,539
 6,503
 5,616
 4,468
 2,472
 1,774
 1,690
 1,275
 1,155
 1,019
   980
   963
   818
   733
   651
   611
   579
   541
   408
   359
   338
   330
   295
   265
   219
   210
   187
   177
   177
   167
   166
   153
   145
   142
   137
   135
   123
   115
   114
   103
   103
   101
   100
    89
    89
    88
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS


15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:       6


16  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVED:         26,040 TONS


17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS,  1997

   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME                               CITY

                     CLEAN HARBORS OF  BALTIMORE INC           BALTIMORE
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES           LAUREL
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP                       BALTIMORE
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP                       GLEN BURNIE
                     NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH            BETHESDA
                     NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER             INDIAN HEAD

  TOTAL
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM  OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
QUANTITY PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE
MANAGED OF NUMBER OF OF
(TONS) QUANTITY FACILITIES FACILITIES
0 .0
150 11.2
1 33.3
1 33.3
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                  .1
                  .1
                  . 0
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY  NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE  MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         20,406 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         98,480 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                 MASSACHUSETTS
                                               1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE  QUANTITY  GENERATORS  (LQGS):     474
                                                      94,467 TONS
      1 MA5000001040
      2 MAD980912323
      3 MAD001402320
      4 MAD985293802
      5 MAD990886301
      6 MAD019371079
      7 MAD001039767
      8 MAD007325814
      9 MAD051505477
     10 MAD001408517
     11 MAD001119593
     12 MAD001065069
     13 MAD047982152
     14 MAD001016302
     15 MAD094277571
     16 MAD002084093
     17 MAD041172719
     18 MAD056019979
     19 MAD000846493
     20 MAD001114818
     21 MAD001060698
     22 MAD981215411
     23 MAD058060476
     24 MAD043066323
     25 MAD001067941
     26 MAD001055235
     27 MAR000007955
     28 MAD000844498
     29 MAD053452637
     30 MAD062163191
     31 MAD076575513
     32 MAD051778934
     33 MAD001136035
     34 MA5000005363
     35 MAD000649640
     36 MAD001047620
     37 MAD985290055
     38 MAD048974349
     39 MAD000844597
     40 MAD046613279
     41 MAD985290980
     42 MAD041710609
     43 MAD001125681
     44 MAD001033190
     45 MAD000829994
     46 MAD000844977
     47 MAD980522577
     48 MAD985290329
     49 MAD001030576
     50 MAD985290865
SITE NAME

MA HIGHWAY DEPT.-CAT PROJECT
CHEMDESIGN CORPORATION
POLAROID CORP.
REXAM GRAPHICS
ALTRON INCORPORATED
GENERAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
BOSTIK INC
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS,  INC.
ZENECA SPECIALTIES
GENERAL ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT ENGINES
WESTFIELD ELECTROPLATING CO.
ITW DEVCON
COYNE TEXTILE SERVICES
DENNISON MFG. COMPANY
GLOBAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
CHEMET CORPORATION
IDEAL TAPE COMPANY
POLAROID CORPORATION
SOLUTIA INC.
LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
INNOVATIVE MEMBRANE SYSTEMS INC.
POLAROID CORPORATION
UNITED CIRCUITS, INC.
RODNEY METALS
RAYTHEON SYSTEMS COMPANY
BORREGAARD SYNTHESIS, INC.
SHIPLEY COMPANY, L.L.C.
CLEAN HARBORS OF BRAINTREE, INC.
POLAROID CORPORATION
BOSTON OPERATIONS CENTER/BOSTON EDISON
PARLEX CORPORATION
FLEXCON COMPANY, INC.
SOUTH BAY INCINERATOR
ANALOG DEVICES/WILMINGTON MANUFACTURING
DUNCAN GALVANIZING
BABS FOUNDRY, INC.
HANDY AND HARMAN ELECTRONIC MAIL'S  CORP.
WATERS CORPORATION
ATTLEBORO REFINING  CO — HANDY &  HARMAN
WAKEFIELD ENGINEERING INC
TECH-ETCH, INC.
THE L.S. STARRETT COMPANY
GLOBE MANUFACTURING CO.
TUBED PRODUCTS  INC.
STAHL USA
LEWCOTT CORPORATION
PERSEPTIVE BIOSYSTEMS, INC.
MALDEN MILLS INDUSTRIES, INC.
OMNI GLOW CORPORATION
BOSTON
FITCHBURG
WALTHAM
SOUTH HADLEY
WILMINGTON
FRAMINGHAM
MIDLLETON
ATTLEBORO
DIGHTON
LYNN
WESTFIELD
DANVERS
NEW BEDFORD
FRAMINGHAM
REVERE
PITTSFIELD
ATTLEBORO
LOWELL
ASSONET
SPRINGFIELD
BURLINGTON
NORWOOD
NEW BEDFORD
DRACUT
NEW BEDFORD
ANDOVER
NEWBURYPORT
MARLBOROUGH
BRAINTREE
NORWOOD
BOSTON
METHUEN
SPENCER
SOUTH BOSTON
WILMINGTON
EVERETT
NORTON
NORTH ATTLEBORO
TAUNTON
ATTLEBORO
FALL RIVER
PLYMOUTH
ATHOL
FALL RIVER
EASTAMPTON
PEABODY
MILLBURY
CAMBRIDGE
LAWRENCE
WEST SPRINGFIELD
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN  FIFTY  GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY  GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               MASSACHUSETTS
                                        1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT  WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED  CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                       BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT  WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY             TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES       WASTE
    BUT  MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF   BOTH CHAR,
WASTE     AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS  IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS  CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS  REACTIVE CODE
    HAS  D004-D017 CODE
    HAS  D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                              IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                              CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                              REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                              D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                              D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                              F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                              K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                              P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                              U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                              TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO  TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY  TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE, CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND  D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES  WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
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  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              MASSACHUSETTS
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                    28
                                                 16,467  TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,  1997
   RANK EPA ID
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
                    SITE NAME

                    CLEAN HARBORS OF BRAINTREE, INC.
                    BOSTIK INC
                    GENERAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                    ATTLEBORO REFINING CO —  HANDY & HARMAN
                    ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE  CORPORATION
                    THE GILLETTE COMPANY
BRAINTREE
MIDLLETON
FRAMINGHAM
ATTLEBORO
STOUGHTON
ANDOVER
13,744
 1,554
   657
   412
        COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               MASSACHUSETTS
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY   FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  STABILIZATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  FUEL  BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
   1, 654
     839
      12
       1
     412
       1
  13,549
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE  MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 MASSACHUSETTS
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPERS:
                                                 443
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPED:
                                                     121,390 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      MA HIGHWAY DEPT.-CAT  PROJECT
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES  (NE)
                      CLEAN HARBORS  OF  BRAINTREE, INC.
                      GENERAL CHEMICAL  CORPORATION
                      CHEMDESIGN CORPORATION
                      POLAROID CORP.
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      ALTRON INCORPORATED
                      ZECCO,  INC.
                      REXAM GRAPHICS
                      TEXAS INSTRUMENTS, INC.
                      ZENECA SPECIALTIES
                      WESTFIELD ELECTROPLATING CO.
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC  AIRCRAFT ENGINES
                      COYNE TEXTILE  SERVICES
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      GLOBAL PETROLEUM  CORPORATION
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC  COMPANY
                      POLAROID CORPORATION
                      IDEAL TAPE COMPANY
                      SOLUTIA INC.
                      LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
                      RODNEY METALS
                      RAYTHEON SYSTEMS  COMPANY
                      BORREGAARD SYNTHESIS,  INC.
                      SHIPLEY COMPANY,  L.L.C.
                      POLAROID CORPORATION
                      BOSTON OPERATIONS CENTER/BOSTON  EDISON
                      PARLEX CORPORATION
                      DENNISON MFG.  COMPANY
                      FLEXCON COMPANY,  INC.
                      ANALOG DEVICES/WILMINGTON MANUFACTURING
                      DUNCAN GALVANIZING
                      BABS FOUNDRY,  INC.
                      HANDY AND HARMAN  ELECTRONIC MAIL'S  CORP.
                      WATERS CORPORATION
                      ATTLEBORO REFINING CO — HANDY & HARMAN
                      WAKEFIELD ENGINEERING INC
                      POLAROID CORPORATION
                      THE L.S.  STARRETT COMPANY
                      TUBED PRODUCTS  INC.
                      MALDEN MILLS INDUSTRIES,  INC.
                      PERSEPTIVE BIOSYSTEMS,  INC.
                      OMNI GLOW CORPORATION
                      CAMGER CHEMICAL SYSTEMS
                      ANIKA RESEARCH  (THERAPEUTICS)
                      ESP LOCK PRODUCTS
                      GENERAL METAL  FINISHING  CO.,  INC.
 1 MA5000001040
 2 MAD000604447
 3 MAD053452637
 4 MAD019371079
 5 MAD980912323
 6 MAD001402320
 7 MAD088978143
 8 MAD990886301
 9 MAD052924495
10 MAD985293802
11 MAD007325814
12 MAD051505477
13 MAD001119593
14 MAD001408517
15 MAD047982152
16 MAD096287354
17 MAD000846006
18 MAD060095569
19 MAD094277571
20 MAD002084093
21 MAD000846493
22 MAD056019979
23 MAD001114818
24 MAD001060698
25 MAD001067941
26 MAD001055235
27 MAR000007955
28 MAD000844498
29 MAD062163191
30 MAD076575513
31 MAD051778934
32 MAD001016302
33 MAD001136035
34 MAD000649640
35 MAD001047620
36 MAD985290055
37 MAD048974349
38 MAD000844597
39 MAD046613279
40 MAD985290980
41 MAD058060476
42 MAD001125681
43 MAD000829994
44 MAD001030576
45 MAD985290329
46 MAD985290865
47 MAD053451019
48 MAD980732614
49 MAD985280825
50 MAD063894786
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  SHIPPERS.
BOSTON
LAWRENCE
BRAINTREE
FRAMINGHAM
FITCHBURG
WALTHAM
MARLBOROUGH
WILMINGTON
NORTHBORO
SOUTH HADLEY
ATTLEBORO
DIGHTON
WESTFIELD
LYNN
NEW BEDFORD
W BROOKFIELD
BRIDGEWATER
SALISBURY
REVERE
PITTSFIELD
ASSONET
LOWELL
SPRINGFIELD
BURLINGTON
NEW BEDFORD
ANDOVER
NEWBURYPORT
MARLBOROUGH
NORWOOD
BOSTON
METHUEN
FRAMINGHAM
SPENCER
WILMINGTON
EVERETT
NORTON
NORTH ATTLEBORO
TAUNTON
ATTLEBORO
FALL RIVER
NEW BEDFORD
ATHOL
EASTAMPTON
LAWRENCE
CAMBRIDGE
WEST SPRINGFIELD
NORFOLK
WOBURN
LEOMINSTER
ATTLEBORO
886
844
806
800
716
708
635
586
582
577
545
501
466
454
446
419
417
412
412
405
311
302
296
293
283
280
277
276
261
227
199
197
195
183
181
177
177
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  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                MASSACHUSETTS
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                 12
16
                                                    52,293 TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     CLEAN HARBORS OF BRAINTREE,  INC.
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES  (NE)
                     GENERAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                     ZECCO,  INC.
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     GEOCHEM
                     ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE CORPORATION
                     ATTLEBORO  REFINING CO — HANDY  &  HARMAN
                     CLEAN HARBORS OF NATICK, INC
 1 MAD053452637
 2 MAD000604447
 3 MAD019371079
 4 MAD052924495
 5 MAD088978143
 6 MAD060095569
 7 MAD000846006
 8 MAD096287354
 9 MAD047075734
10 MAD062179890
11 MAD046613279
12 MAD980523203
BRAINTREE
LAWRENCE
FRAMINGHAM
NORTHBORO
MARLBOROUGH
SALISBURY
BRIDGEWATER
W BROOKFIELD
LOWELL
STOUGHTON
ATTLEBORO
NATICK
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                MASSACHUSETTS
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                  .0           1
                  .5           1
                  .1           1
                93.4           1
                  .0           1
  TOTAL
                                                                14,514
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
      12
       1
       1
  TOTAL
                                                                14,514
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
                                                                14,514
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES  MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              MASSACHUSETTS


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        18,659 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        98,692 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                      MICHIGAN
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      682
                                                      994,047 TONS
      1 MID006030373
      2 MID006013643
      3 MID000724831
      4 MID980615298
      5 MID054683479
      6 MID000724724
      7 MID000820381
      8 MID060975844
      9 MID048090633
     10 MID000809632
     11 MID087054078
     12 MID005358130
     13 MID005358825
     14 MID005338801
     15 MID980684088
     16 MID080361454
     17 MID006545511
     18 MID006016547
     19 MID985619824
     20 MID000724591
     21 MID005379714
     22 MID002931228
     23 MID007138746
     24 MID068814482
     25 MID064197742
     26 MID083684290
     27 MID980683775
     28 MID005379706
     29 MID981197254
     30 MID005043708
     31 MID005356688
     32 MID005363114
     33 MID005356902
     34 MID004320479
     35 MID005356878
     36 MID048784896
     37 MID074259565
     38 MID000718544
     39 MID005356795
     40 MID981954241
     41 MID005356951
     42 MID005320031
     43 MID005356928
     44 MID980568570
     45 MID084300987
     46 MIT270012198
     47 MID005356621
     48 MID005358783
     49 MIR000015149
     50 MID005356712
SITE NAME

LOMAC, INC.
PARKE-DAVIS, DIV. OF WARNER-LAMBERT CO.
MICHIGAN DISPOSAL WASTE TREATMENT PLANT
PETROCHEM PROCESSING GRP.  OF NORTRU, INC
CITY ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
THE UPJOHN COMPANY
MICHIGAN RECOVERY SYSTEMS INC.
WAYNE DISPOSAL, INC.
DOW CORNING CORP. MIDLAND PLANT
NORTH STAR STEEL CO., MICHIGAN DIV.
TOTAL PETROLEUM INC. ALMA REFINERY
E.I. DUPONT, MOUNT CLEMENS
GAGE PRODUCTS COMPANY - FERNDALE
SOLVENT DISTILLERS GROUP OF NORTRU, INC.
WYCKOFF CHEMICAL COMPANY
ESCO COMPANY, LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
STEELCASE INC., GRAND RAPIDS SITE
NORTRU INCORPORATED
SAMUEL WHITTAR INCORPORATED
FORD MOTOR COMPANY, WIXOM ASSEMBLY
ANDERSON DEVELOPMENT CO.
BASF CORPORATION, BOURKE AVE.  PLANT
QUANEX CORPORATION, MACSTEEL
BASF CORPORATION
ZEELAND CHEMICALS INCORPORATED
KENTWOOD SITE/STEELCASE INC.
FORD MOTOR COMPANY, WAYNE ASSEMBLY
AMERICAN BUMPER AND MANUFACTURING CO.
ERVIN AMASTEEL
GM, POWERTRAIN, BAY CITY
ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA, INC.
GMC TRUCK & BUS PONTIAC EAST
NATIONAL STEEL CORP, GT LAKES DIV
GMC-DELPHI SAGINAW STEERING SYSTEMS
GUARDIAN INDUSTRIES
DYNECOL INCORPORATED
GMC, ORION ASSEMBLY
GM-WILLOW RUN ASSEMBLY
MERIDIAN
GMC, FLINT VAN SLYKE COMPLEX
AJAX METAL PROCESSING, PLATING
GMC, LANSING BODY PLANT
GMC, DELPHI ENERGY & ENGINE MANAGEMENT
MASCOTECH FORMING TECHNOLOGIES
GRAND HAVEN BRASS FOUNDRY
GENERAL MOTORS-DELPHI CHASSIS SYSTEMS
FEDERAL-MOGUL CORPORATION
DELTA SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY
GMC, NAO FLINT OPERATIONS
  TOTAL
MUSKEGON
HOLLAND
BELLEVILLE
DETROIT
DETROIT
MIDLAND
KALAMAZOO
ROMULUS
BELLEVILLE
MIDLAND
MONROE
ALMA
MOUNT CLEMENS
FERNDALE
DETROIT
SOUTH HAVEN
MUSKEGON
GRAND RAPIDS
DETROIT
DETROIT
WIXOM
ADRIAN
DETROIT
JACKSON
WYANDOTTE
ZEELAND
KENTWOOD
WAYNE
IONIA
ADRIAN
BAY CITY
RIVERVIEW
PONTIAC
ECORSE
SAGINAW
CARLETON
DETROIT
ORION
YPSILANTI
SPRING LAKE
FLINT
DETROIT
LANSING
FLINT
FRASER
GRAND HAVEN
LIVONIA
ST. JOHNS
ESCANABA
FLINT
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
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   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    MICHIGAN
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC  CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
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  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     MICHIGAN
                                               1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                      113
                                                 1,075,667 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES, 1997

                      SITE  NAME
                      MICHIGAN  DISPOSAL WASTE TREATMENT PLANT
                      PARKE-DAVIS, DIV. OF WARNER-LAMBERT CO.
                      WAYNE  DISPOSAL,  INC.
                      PETROCHEM PROCESSING GRP. OF NORTRU, INC
                      CITY ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
                      DYNECOL INCORPORATED
                      THE  DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      LAFARGE CORPORATION
                      SYSTECH ENV. CORP.—LAFARGE CORPORATION
                      CITY ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
                      POWDER COTE  II
                      GAGE PRODUCTS COMPANY - FERNDALE
                      MICHIGAN  RECOVERY SYSTEMS INC.
                      SOLVENT DISTILLERS GROUP OF NORTRU, INC.
                      THE  DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY - SALZBURG LAND
                      THE  UPJOHN COMPANY
                      CYTEC  INDUSTRIES
                      CYANO  CORPORATION OF MICHIGAN
                      DUO-TANG,  INC.
                      CYANOKEM,  INC.
                      ROMEO  R.I.M. INCORPORATED
                      PLASTI-PAINT INC.
                      KAY  AUTOMOTIVE GRAPHICS
                      UTA  ENGINEERED SYSTEMS
                      PLASTECH  ENGINEERED PRODUCTS
                      CONSUMERS ENERGY COMPANY
 1 MID000724831
 2 MID006013643
 3 MID048090633
 4 MID980615298
 5 MID054683479
 6 MID074259565
 7 MID000724724
 8 MID005379607
 9 MID981200835
10 MID980991566
11 MID035982537
12 MID005338801
13 MID060975844
14 MID980684088
15 MID980617435
16 MID000820381
17 MID005360680
18 MID985567114
19 MID002971539
20 MID098011992
21 MID057700023
22 MID985578012
23 MID982205395
24 MID082859315
25 MID981192776
26 MID098644685
BELLEVILLE
HOLLAND
BELLEVILLE
DETROIT
DETROIT
DETROIT
MIDLAND
ALPENA
ALPENA
DETROIT
MT. CLEMENS
FERNDALE
ROMULUS
DETROIT
MIDLAND
KALAMAZOO
KALAMAZOO
DETROIT
PAW PAW
DETROIT
ROMEO
ST. LOUIS
LAKE ORION
NILES
ST. CLAIR SHORES
COVERT
281,184
177,771
173,513
 98,885
 56,939
 48,186
 43,620
 35,801
 33,945
 25,502
 24,495
 23,919
 17,231
 15,336
 11,705
  6,586
    697
    176
     61
     49
     31
     12
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     MICHIGAN
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
M101
Mill
                                                               QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED   OF
                                                               (TONS)     QUANTITY
                                          NUMBER  OF
                                          FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
                       1,519
                      45,814
                                                           11.5
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  OTHER RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
Mlll-
                    QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                    MANAGED   OF
                     (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                   3
                                                   4
                                                  10
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  INCINERATION
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                    QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                    MANAGED   OF
                     (TONS)    QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                            10
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      MICHIGAN
                                                 1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 632
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                     541,142 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS, 1997

                      SITE NAME
                      PETROCHEM PROCESSING GRP.  OF NORTRU, INC
                      CITY ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
                      CADILLAC METAL CASTERS
                      SYSTECH ENV. CORP.—LAFARGE CORPORATION
                      THE UPJOHN COMPANY
                      MICHIGAN RECOVERY SYSTEMS INC.
                      DETREX CORPORATION
                      WAYNE DISPOSAL, INC.
                      DOW CORNING CORP. MIDLAND PLANT
                      THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      NORTH STAR STEEL CO., MICHIGAN DIV.
                      PARKE-DAVIS, DIV. OF WARNER-LAMBERT CO.
                      LOMAC, INC.
                      E.I. DUPONT, MOUNT CLEMENS
                      GAGE PRODUCTS COMPANY - FERNDALE
                      AETNA INDUSTRIES INC.
                      NORTRU INCORPORATED
                      SOLVENT DISTILLERS GROUP OF NORTRU, INC.
                      MICHIGAN DISPOSAL WASTE TREATMENT PLANT
                      WYCKOFF CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      ESCO COMPANY, LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
                      SAMUEL WHITTAR INCORPORATED
                      FORD MOTOR COMPANY, WIXOM ASSEMBLY
                      ANDERSON DEVELOPMENT CO.
                      BASF CORPORATION, BOURKE AVE.  PLANT
                      QUANEX CORPORATION, MACSTEEL
                      BASF CORPORATION
                      STEELCASE INC., GRAND RAPIDS SITE
                      ZEELAND CHEMICALS INCORPORATED
                      KENTWOOD SITE/STEELCASE INC.
                      FORD MOTOR COMPANY, WAYNE ASSEMBLY
                      AMERICAN BUMPER AND MANUFACTURING CO.
                      ERVIN AMASTEEL
                      GM, POWERTRAIN, BAY CITY
                      ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA, INC.
                      GMC TRUCK & BUS PONTIAC EAST
                      NATIONAL STEEL CORP, GT LAKES DIV
                      GMC-DELPHI SAGINAW STEERING SYSTEMS
                      GUARDIAN INDUSTRIES
                      DYNECOL INCORPORATED
                      GMC, ORION ASSEMBLY
                      GM-WILLOW RUN ASSEMBLY
                      GMC, FLINT VAN SLYKE COMPLEX
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      AJAX METAL PROCESSING, PLATING
                      GMC, LANSING BODY PLANT
                      GMC, DELPHI ENERGY & ENGINE MANAGEMENT
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      MASCOTECH FORMING TECHNOLOGIES
                      GENERAL MOTORS-DELPHI CHASSIS SYSTEMS
 1 MID980615298
 2 MID054683479
 3 MIR000027581
 4 MID981200835
 5 MID000820381
 6 MID060975844
 7 MID091605972
 8 MID048090633
 9 MID000809632
10 MID000724724
11 MID087054078
12 MID006013643
13 MID006030373
14 MID005358825
15 MID005338801
16 MID085033157
17 MID985619824
18 MID980684088
19 MID000724831
20 MID080361454
21 MID006545511
22 MID000724591
23 MID005379714
24 MID002931228
25 MID007138746
26 MID068814482
27 MID064197742
28 MID006016547
29 MID083684290
30 MID980683775
31 MID005379706
32 MID981197254
33 MID005043708
34 MID005356688
35 MID005363114
36 MID005356902
37 MID004320479
38 MID005356878
39 MID048784896
40 MID074259565
41 MID000718544
42 MID005356795
43 MID005356951
44 MID985663251
45 MID005320031
46 MID005356928
47 MID980568570
48 MID000722686
49 MID084300987
50 MID005356621
DETROIT
DETROIT
CADILLAC
ALPENA
KALAMAZOO
ROMULUS
DETROIT
BELLEVILLE
MIDLAND
MIDLAND
MONROE
HOLLAND
MUSKEGON
MOUNT CLEMENS
FERNDALE
WARREN
DETROIT
DETROIT
BELLEVILLE
SOUTH HAVEN
MUSKEGON
DETROIT
WIXOM
ADRIAN
DETROIT
JACKSON
WYANDOTTE
GRAND RAPIDS
ZEELAND
KENTWOOD
WAYNE
IONIA
ADRIAN
BAY CITY
RIVERVIEW
PONTIAC
ECORSE
SAGINAW
CARLETON
DETROIT
ORION
YPSILANTI
FLINT
ROMULUS
DETROIT
LANSING
FLINT
PONTIAC
FRASER
LIVONIA
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
                                                                                                   484,711
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     MICHIGAN
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  20
16
                                                     732,643 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                      SITE NAME
                      MICHIGAN DISPOSAL WASTE TREATMENT PLANT
                      WAYNE DISPOSAL, INC.
                      PETROCHEM PROCESSING GRP.  OF NORTRU,  INC
                      CITY ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
                      DYNECOL INCORPORATED
                      LAFARGE CORPORATION
                      SYSTECH ENV. CORP.—LAFARGE CORPORATION
                      CITY ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
                      GAGE PRODUCTS COMPANY - FERNDALE
                      MICHIGAN RECOVERY SYSTEMS INC.
                      SOLVENT DISTILLERS GROUP OF NORTRU,  INC.
                      THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY - SALZBURG LAND
                      THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      DETREX CORPORATION
                      CYANOKEM, INC.
                      CYANO CORPORATION OF MICHIGAN
                      THE UPJOHN COMPANY
                      MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
                      PLASTECH ENGINEERED PRODUCTS
                      CHEMICAL ANALYTICS, INCORPORATED
 1 MID000724831
 2 MID048090633
 3 MID980615298
 4 MID054683479
 5 MID074259565
 6 MID005379607
 7 MID981200835
 8 MID980991566
 9 MID005338801
10 MID060975844
11 MID980684088
12 MID980617435
13 MID000724724
14 MID091605972
15 MID098011992
16 MID985567114
17 MID000820381
18 MID053343976
19 MID981192776
20 MID985568021
BELLEVILLE
BELLEVILLE
DETROIT
DETROIT
DETROIT
ALPENA
ALPENA
DETROIT
FERNDALE
ROMULUS
DETROIT
MIDLAND
MIDLAND
DETROIT
DETROIT
DETROIT
KALAMAZOO
EAST LANSING
ST. CLAIR SHORES
ROMULUS
184,911
162,563
 98,847
 56,939
 48,186
 35,801
 33,945
 25,502
 23,921
 22,420
 16,928
 11,705
  6,742
  3,298
    557
    176
    135
     53

      7
           COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE  MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     MICHIGAN
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
QUANTITY PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE
MANAGED OF NUMBER OF OF
(TONS) QUANTITY FACILITIES FACILITIES
1,
45,
519
694
.2
6.4
2 11.8
4 23.5
                                                                                             17
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
                                           Mlll-
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                    710
                  .1
                  .1
  TOTAL
                                                                                             17
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
                 1.0
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR  QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  MICHIGAN


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        394,406 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        189,391 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                     MINNESOTA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      274
                                                      427,390  TONS
      1 MND006148092
      2 MND981195167
      3 MNR000053678
      4 MND006172969
      5 MND041775008
      6 MND980681589
      7 MND981098478
      8 MND001037639
      9 MND006147268
     10 MND006172902
     11 MND006456768
     12 MND980700900
     13 MN7213820908
     14 MND000824029
     15 MND006173082
     16 MND042651687
     17 MND000686071
     18 MND006156590
     19 MND006207773
     20 MND006161756
     21 MND985767482
     22 MND076522267
     23 MND990860470
     24 MND006963508
     25 MND006253801
     26 MND006219232
     27 MND985668227
     28 MND000808923
     29 MND079727061
     30 MND006160014
     31 MND006478523
     32 MN0000903468
     33 MND980501167
     34 MND006209860
     35 MNT280010257
     36 MND000293076
     37 MND006167332
     38 MND022888143
     39 MND982639775
     40 MND118765791
     41 MND050742014
     42 MND006162820
     43 MND078680790
     44 MNT280010034
     45 MND079723979
     46 MND985713452
     47 MND006147045
     48 MND980682918
     49 MND980794705
     50 MND982205874
SITE NAME

GOPHER RESOURCE CORP
B.J. CARNEY CO SUPERFUND SITE
CEDAR SERVICE SITE
3M COTTAGE GROVE
NORTH STAR STEEL
AVTEC FINISHING SYSTEMS
U. S. FILTER RECOVERY SERVICES INC.
ADVANCE CIRCUITS,  INC.
SHELDAHL INC
3M TAPE MANUFACTURING DIVISION
HUTCHINSON TECHNOLOGY INC
THE BUREAU, ELECTRONICS GROUP
US ARMY TWIN CITIES ARMY AMMO PLANT
3M MAIN PLANT
3 M CENTER-MAINTENANCE  RESEARCH
ADVANCE CIRCUITS,  INC.
KOCH REFINING COMPANY-  PINE BEND
FEDERAL-HOFFMAN INC
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
IBM CORPORATION
ECO FINISHING INC
AG-CHEM EQUIPMENT
BUCKBEE HEARS ST PAUL
NORTHWEST AIRLINES, INC.
SUPERIOR PLATING INC
MI COM CORPORATION
PRECISION DIVERSIFIED IND INC
CONSOLIDATED CONTAINER  CORP.
AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY
PLATING INCORPORATED
DOUGLAS CORP PLATING DIVISION
RECYCLIGHTS, INC.
CRENLO INC PLANT #2
CRYSTAL CABINET WORKS INC
NICO PRODUCTS, INC.
SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY INC.
ANDERSEN CORPORATION
DETERMAN WELDING AND TANK SERVICE
TRC CIRCUITS INC.
CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR INC
CROWN & CORK & SEAL-FARIBAULT
MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM, LLC
3M STILLWATER BLDG 1
CIRCUIT SCIENCE
3M ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS  DIV. NE
CENTURY CIRCUITS & ELECTRONICS
CYTEC FIBERITE INC
CSD ACQUISTION CORP
DOUGLAS CORPORATION
BERGQUIST COMPANY SIL PAD DIVI
  TOTAL
EAGAN
MINNEAPOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS
COTTAGE GROVE
ST PAUL
NEW HOPE
ROSEVILLE
ROSEVILLE
NORTHFIELD
HUTCHINSON
HUTCHINSON
MINNEAPOLIS
ARDEN HILLS
ST PAUL
MAPLEWOOD
MINNETONKA
ROSEMOUNT
ANOKA
ST. PAUL
ROCHESTER
FRIDLEY
JACKSON
ST PAUL
ST. PAUL
MINNEAPOLIS
NEW BRIGHTON
PLYMOUTH
MINNEAPOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS
ST PAUL
ST LOUIS PARK
BLOOMINGTON
ROCHESTER
PRINCETON
MINNEAPOLIS
BLOOMINGTON
BAYPORT
FRIDLEY
CRYSTAL
BLOOMINGTON
FARIBAULT
ST. PAUL PARK
STILLWATER
PLYMOUTH
NEW ULM
ST. PAUL
WINONA
NEW HOPE
EDEN PRAIRIE
CANNON FALLS
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
623
541
464
425
396
375
315
239
234
228
227
214
199
198
187
186
175
174
167
156
150
149
142
124
123
115
115
113
109
108
106
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   MINNESOTA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
344
         HAS MORE THAN ONE
         LISTED CODE
         TOTAL
                                                                      TONS OF
                                                                      WASTE
                                                                      GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
          ONLY LISTED
          CODES BUT HAS
          MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                  11,246
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                                       IGN. W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
                                       CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                       REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                       D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                       D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                       F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                       K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                       P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                       U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                       TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE  MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES  MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE  CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   MINNESOTA
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     24
                                                  141,292 TONS
8  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     GOPHER RESOURCE CORP
                     3M COTTAGE GROVE
                     U. S.  FILTER RECOVERY SERVICES  INC
                     RECYCLIGHTS, INC.
                     NSP CHESTNUT SERVICE CENTER
                     MAYO FOUNDATION
                     FEDERAL-HOFFMAN INC
                     UNITED DEFENSE LP/US NAVY
1 MND006148092
2 MND006172969
3 MND981098478
4 MN0000903468
5 MND000826206
6 MND083467688
7 MND006156590
8 MN3170022914
EAGAN
COTTAGE GROVE
ROSEVILLE
BLOOMINGTON
MINNEAPOLIS
ROCHESTER
ANOKA
FRIDLEY
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   MINNESOTA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT  METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY   FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES  MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING  METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     MINNESOTA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 258
13
                                                     424,611  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      GOPHER RESOURCE  CORP
                      B.J.  CARNEY CO SUPERFUND  SITE
                      CEDAR SERVICE SITE
                      3M COTTAGE  GROVE
                      NORTH STAR  STEEL
                      U.  S. FILTER RECOVERY SERVICES  INC.
                      SHELDAHL INC
                      ADVANCE CIRCUITS,  INC.
                      3M TAPE MANUFACTURING DIVISION
                      HUTCHINSON  TECHNOLOGY INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      THE BUREAU,  ELECTRONICS GROUP
                      US ARMY TWIN CITIES  ARMY  AMMO PLANT
                      3M MAIN PLANT
                      3 M CENTER-MAINTENANCE RESEARCH
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      ADVANCE CIRCUITS,  INC.
                      FEDERAL-HOFFMAN  INC
                      KOCH REFINING COMPANY- PINE  BEND
                      FORD MOTOR  COMPANY
                      IBM CORPORATION
                      ECO FINISHING INC
                      AG-CHEM EQUIPMENT
                      BUCKBEE MEARS ST PAUL
                      VAN WATERS  AND ROGERS
                      SUPERIOR PLATING INC
                      MI COM CORPORATION
                      NORTHWEST AIRLINES,  INC.
                      ASHLAND CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      CONSOLIDATED CONTAINER CORP.
                      AMERICAN NATIONAL  CAN COMPANY
                      PLATING INCORPORATED
                      CRENLO INC  PLANT #2
                      CRYSTAL CABINET  WORKS INC
                      NICO PRODUCTS,  INC.
                      UNIV. OF MINNESOTA - IWMF
                      SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY INC.
                      ANDERSEN CORPORATION
                      DETERMAN WELDING AND TANK SERVICE
                      TRC CIRCUITS INC.
                      CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR INC
                      CROWN & CORK & SEAL-FARIBAULT
                      MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM,  LLC
                      3M STILLWATER BLDG 1
                      CIRCUIT SCIENCE
                      3M ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS DIV.  NE
                      CENTURY CIRCUITS & ELECTRONICS
                      CYTEC FIBERITE INC
                      CSD ACQUISTION CORP
                      DOUGLAS CORPORATION
 1 MND006148092
 2 MND981195167
 3 MNR000053678
 4 MND006172969
 5 MND041775008
 6 MND981098478
 7 MND006147268
 8 MND001037639
 9 MND006172902
10 MND006456768
11 MND981953045
12 MND980700900
13 MN7213820908
14 MND000824029
15 MND006173082
16 MND981097884
17 MND042651687
18 MND006156590
19 MND000686071
20 MND006207773
21 MND006161756
22 MND985767482
23 MND076522267
24 MND990860470
25 MND980615736
26 MND006253801
27 MND006219232
28 MND006963508
29 MND000686709
30 MND000808923
31 MND079727061
32 MND006160014
33 MND980501167
34 MND006209860
35 MNT280010257
36 MN0000981415
37 MND000293076
38 MND006167332
39 MND022888143
40 MND982639775
41 MND118765791
42 MND050742014
43 MND006162820
44 MND078680790
45 MNT280010034
46 MND079723979
47 MND985713452
48 MND006147045
49 MND980682918
50 MND980794705
EAGAN
MINNEAPOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS
COTTAGE GROVE
ST PAUL
ROSEVILLE
NORTHFIELD
ROSEVILLE
HUTCHINSON
HUTCHINSON
ELAINE
MINNEAPOLIS
ARDEN HILLS
ST PAUL
MAPLEWOOD
EAGAN
MINNETONKA
ANOKA
ROSEMOUNT
ST. PAUL
ROCHESTER
FRIDLEY
JACKSON
ST PAUL
ST PAUL
MINNEAPOLIS
NEW BRIGHTON
ST. PAUL
SHAKOPEE
MINNEAPOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS
ST PAUL
ROCHESTER
PRINCETON
MINNEAPOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS
BLOOMINGTON
BAYPORT
FRIDLEY
CRYSTAL
BLOOMINGTON
FARIBAULT
ST. PAUL PARK
STILLWATER
PLYMOUTH
NEW ULM
ST. PAUL
WINONA
NEW HOPE
EDEN PRAIRIE
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   MINNESOTA
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                 12
16
                                                    156,239  TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     GOPHER RESOURCE  CORP
                     3M COTTAGE  GROVE
                     VAN WATERS  AND ROGERS
                     U. S. FILTER RECOVERY SERVICES INC.
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     RECYCLIGHTS,  INC.
                     ASHLAND CHEMICAL COMPANY
                     UNIV. OF MINNESOTA - IWMF
                     NSP CHESTNUT SERVICE CENTER
                     MINNESOTA AIR NATIONAL GUARD
                     MINNESOTA POWER  TSD FACILITY
                     HONEYWELL,  INC.  HOME&BUILDING CONTROLS
 1  MND006148092
 2  MND006172969
 3  MND980615736
 4  MND981098478
 5  MND981953045
 6  MN0000903468
 7  MND000686709
 8  MN0000981415
 9  MND000826206
10  MND000773341
11  MND000824052
EAGAN
COTTAGE GROVE
ST PAUL
ROSEVILLE
ELAINE
BLOOMINGTON
SHAKOPEE
MINNEAPOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH
DULUTH
GOLDEN VALLEY
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        194

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                                                   MINNESOTA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
                                                                141,022
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY  NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
                15.3
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        195

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                                                 MINNESOTA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        105,301 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        412,068 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                    MISSISSIPPI
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      193
      1 MSD096046792
      2 MSD008186587
      3 MSD054179403
      4 MSD033417031
      5 MSD008158685
      6 MSD985977891
      7 MSD004001244
      8 MSD000742668
      9 MSD041165747
     10 MSD050648757
     11 MSD985966514
     12 MSD010406809
     13 MSD980601512
     14 MSD985980481
     15 MSD052512027
     16 MSD980799480
     17 MSD066106923
     18 MS0000563858
     19 MS0000043307
     20 MSD081341729
     21 MSD982110389
     22 MSD130452501
     23 MSD000287417
     24 MSD063947790
     25 MSD007027543
     26 MSD057226961
     27 MSD982112872
     28 MSD982114712
     29 MSD982106700
     30 MSD097904932
     31 MSD985971654
     32 MSD054531215
     33 MSD077655876
     34 MSD096076781
     35 MS7570024060
     36 MSD069530970
     37 MSD006294771
     38 MSD980601686
     39 MSD007039381
     40 MS0000876888
     41 MSD060838653
     42 MSD985979996
     43 MSD021019914
     44 MSD002088474
     45 MSD050239698
     46 MSD073514267
     47 MSD050985191
     48 MSD980600084
     49 MSD985967595
     50 MSD008194144
SITE NAME

E.I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS & CO. DELISLE PLA
MORTON INTERNATIONAL, INC
CHEVRON PRODUCTS CO-PASCAGOULA REFINERY
FIRST CHEMICAL CORP.
BIRMINGHAM SOUTHEAST LLC
MID-SOUTH LUMBER/FORT JAMES CORPORATION
GENCORP
GE PLASTICS
AKZO NOBEL COATINGS, INC.
INGALLS SHIPBUILDING, INC. WEST BANK
CENTRAL GALVANIZING, INC.
AUTOMATIC PROCESSING
MORTON ELECTRONIC MATERIALS
DOUBLECOTE LLC
AZTEC INDUSTRIES, INC.
ICI ACRYLICS, INC.,   OLIVE BRANCH,  MS
PLATTE CHEMICAL COMPANY
POTTER REMEDIATION SITE
PRECOAT METALS
WORLD COLOR
HUNTER DOUGLAS - TUPELO CENTER
THOMAS & BETTS
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS OLIVE BRANCH FACILITY
PIPER IMPACT INC.
KOPPERS INDUSTRIES,  INC.
CAVENHAM FOREST INDUSTRIES, INC.
PLYMOUTH TUBE COMPANY
REMAN, INC.
ZEON CHEMICALS INCORPORATED
ALUMAX EXTRUSIONS, INC.
MOOG BATESVILLE
TRUE TEMPER SPORTS,  INC.(EMHART)
HOLNAM, INC.
IPC CORINTH DIV. INC.
COLUMBUS AIR FORCE BASE
AMERICAN RAILCAR INDUSTRIES
CHROMCRAFT FURNITURE
CATERPILLAR REMANUFACTURED PRODUCTS GP
KRUEGER INTERNATIONAL
LEADING EDGE AIRCRAFT PAINTING
GNB TECHNOLOGIES
A & B CORES, INC.
AMERICAN WOOD
SUPER SAGLESS, INC.
NATIONAL PICTURE & FRAME COMPANY
ALLSTEEL, INC.
SANDERSON PLUMBING PRODUCTS, INC.
INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY
HEATCRAFT, INC.
KENSON WOOD PERSERVING LLC
PASS CHRISTIAN
MOSS POINT
PASCAGOULA
PASCAGOULA
FLOWOOD
MERIDIAN
COLUMBUS
PEARLINGTON
CLINTON
PASCAGOULA
KOSCIUSKO
MOSS POINT
MOSS POINT
JACKSON
RICHLAND
OLIVE BRANCH
GREENVILLE
BROOKHAVEN
JACKSON
CORINTH
SHANNON
SOUTHAVEN
OLIVE BRANCH
NEW ALBANY
TIE PLANT
GULFPORT
EUPORA
POLKVILLE
HATTIESBURG
HERNANDO
BATESVILLE
AMORY
ARTESIA
CORINTH
COLUMBUS
BUDE
SENATOBIA
CORINTH
TUPELO
GREENVILLE
FLORENCE
RALEIGH
RICHTON
TUPELO
GREENWOOD
VERONA
COLUMBUS
WIGGINS
GRENADA
PICAYUNE
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                          197

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                                                   MISSISSIPPI
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED  WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY  TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17,  AND  D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC  CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        198

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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                  MISSISSIPPI
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     16
                                               1,720,718 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     E.I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS & CO. DELISLE PLA
                     MORTON INTERNATIONAL, INC
                     HOLNAM, INC.
                     CHEVRON PRODUCTS  CO-PASCAGOULA REFINERY
                     FIRST CHEMICAL CORP.
                     IPC CORINTH DIV.  INC.
  TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                      199

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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   MISSISSIPPI
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT  METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  LANDFILL
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       200

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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     MISSISSIPPI
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 188
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                      21,473 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
      1 MSD008158685
      2 MSD985977891
      3 MSD033417031
      4 MSD000742668
      5 MSD041165747
      6 MSD050648757
      7 MSD054179403
      8 MSD985966514
      9 MSD980601512
     10 MSD985980481
     11 MSD010406809
     12 MSD052512027
     13 MSD980799480
     14 MSD066106923
     15 MS0000563858
     16 MS0000043307
     17 MSD982106700
     18 MSD081341729
     19 MSD982110389
     20 MSD130452501
     21 MSD000287417
     22 MSD063947790
     23 MSD007027543
     24 MSD004001244
     25 MSD057226961
     26 MSD982112872
     27 MSD982114712
     28 MSD097904932
     29 MSD985971654
     30 MSD054531215
     31 MSD077655876
     32 MS7570024060
     33 MSD069530970
     34 MSD980601686
     35 MSD008186587
     36 MSD007039381
     37 MS0000876888
     38 MSD060838653
     39 MSD096076781
     40 MSD985979996
     41 MSD006294771
     42 MSD021019914
     43 MSD002088474
     44 MSD073514267
     45 MSD980600084
     46 MSD985967595
     47 MSD050985191
     48 MSD008194144
     49 MSD991277310
     50 MST000001953
BIRMINGHAM SOUTHEAST LLC
MID-SOUTH LUMBER/FORT JAMES CORPORATION
FIRST CHEMICAL CORP.
GE PLASTICS
AKZO NOBEL COATINGS, INC.
INGALLS SHIPBUILDING, INC. WEST BANK
CHEVRON PRODUCTS CO-PASCAGOULA REFINERY
CENTRAL GALVANIZING, INC.
MORTON ELECTRONIC MATERIALS
DOUBLECOTE LLC
AUTOMATIC PROCESSING
AZTEC INDUSTRIES, INC.
ICI ACRYLICS, INC.,   OLIVE BRANCH,  MS
PLATTE CHEMICAL COMPANY
POTTER REMEDIATION SITE
PRECOAT METALS
ZEON CHEMICALS INCORPORATED
WORLD COLOR
HUNTER DOUGLAS - TUPELO CENTER
THOMAS & BETTS
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS OLIVE BRANCH FACILITY
PIPER IMPACT INC.
KOPPERS INDUSTRIES,  INC.
GENCORP
CAVENHAM FOREST INDUSTRIES, INC.
PLYMOUTH TUBE COMPANY
REMAN, INC.
ALUMAX EXTRUSIONS, INC.
MOOG BATESVILLE
TRUE TEMPER SPORTS,  INC.(EMHART)
HOLNAM, INC.
COLUMBUS AIR FORCE BASE
AMERICAN RAILCAR INDUSTRIES
CATERPILLAR REMANUFACTURED PRODUCTS GP
MORTON INTERNATIONAL, INC
KRUEGER INTERNATIONAL
LEADING EDGE AIRCRAFT PAINTING
GNB TECHNOLOGIES
IPC CORINTH DIV. INC.
A & B CORES, INC.
CHROMCRAFT FURNITURE
AMERICAN WOOD
SUPER SAGLESS, INC.
ALLSTEEL, INC.
INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY
HEATCRAFT, INC.
SANDERSON PLUMBING PRODUCTS,  INC.
KENSON WOOD PERSERVING LLC
PLANTATION PIPE LINE COMPANY-CN
US RUBBER RECLAIMING
FLOWOOD
MERIDIAN
PASCAGOULA
PEARLINGTON
CLINTON
PASCAGOULA
PASCAGOULA
KOSCIUSKO
MOSS POINT
JACKSON
MOSS POINT
RICHLAND
OLIVE BRANCH
GREENVILLE
BROOKHAVEN
JACKSON
HATTIESBURG
CORINTH
SHANNON
SOUTHAVEN
OLIVE BRANCH
NEW ALBANY
TIE PLANT
COLUMBUS
GULFPORT
EUPORA
POLKVILLE
HERNANDO
BATESVILLE
AMORY
ARTESIA
COLUMBUS
BUDE
CORINTH
MOSS POINT
TUPELO
GREENVILLE
FLORENCE
CORINTH
RALEIGH
SENATOBIA
RICHTON
TUPELO
VERONA
WIGGINS
GRENADA
COLUMBUS
PICAYUNE
COLLINS
VICKSBURG
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                          201

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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  MISSISSIPPI
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
                                                    34,889 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS, 1997

   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME
  TOTAL
                                                            ARTESIA
                                                            JACKSON
                                                            SOUTHAVEN
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


                                                      202

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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   MISSISSIPPI
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT  METHOD,
      LIMITED  TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 MISSISSIPPI


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         34,469 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         15,213 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                      MISSOURI
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      363
                                                      116,705  TONS
      1 M00000031823
      2 MOD985791995
      3 MOD000610766
      4 MOD030712822
      5 MOD096726484
      6 MOD093750966
      7 MOD057894321
      8 MOD056389828
      9 MOD980968739
     10 MOD007118078
     11 MOR000012880
     12 MOD043937895
     13 MOD007140874
     14 MOD985810498
     15 MOD086787371
     16 MOD007146517
     17 MOD980962773
     18 MOD006313993
     19 MOD085002319
     20 MOD007173453
     21 MOT300010261
     22 MOD046737524
     23 MOD006273726
     24 MOD000624452
     25 MOD006272876
     26 MOD006287619
     27 MOD006274732
     28 MO9890010524
     29 MO8571924549
     30 MOD980632954
     31 MOD981505555
     32 MOD000818963
     33 MOR000000190
     34 MOD052612850
     35 MOD095479978
     36 MO4213820489
     37 MOD029729688
     38 MOD000829705
     39 MOD054950670
     40 MOD000690198
     41 MOD050232560
     42 MOD043935048
     43 MOD006308407
     44 MOD007452154
     45 MOD006284335
     46 MOD050226075
     47 MOD077887909
     48 MOD007118029
     49 MOP000006213
     50 MOD985798164
SITE NAME

GS TECHNOLOGIES OPERATING CO INC
TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS USA
SOLVENT RECOVERY CORP
EXIDE CORP SCHUYLKILL METALS DIV
MALLINCKRODT CHEMICAL INC
NORANDA ALUMINUM INC
3M CO
BAYER CORP
WILCOX ELECTRIC INC
FORD MOTOR CO
SOLA OPTICAL USA INC COBURN DUMP SITE
3M CO
TALBOT INDUSTRIES INC
B F I WASTE SYSTEMS OF NORTH AMERICA INC
COOK COMPOSITES AND POLYMERS CO
BEAZER EAST INC
SIGMA CHEMICAL CO
BORDEN DECORATIVE PRODUCTS
CHRYSLER CORP
MIDWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE
G M WENTZVILLE CENTER
NORTH AMERICAN GALVANIZING CO - KC
SIGMA CHEMICAL CO
B F I WASTE SYSTEMS OF NORTH AMERICA INC
FORD MOTOR CO
PRINTPACK INC
P D GEORGE CO
U S DEPT OF ENERGY - KANSAS CITY PLANT
509 CES/CEV
E R D - MO INC
HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SVCS
MCDONNELL DOUGLAS CORP TRACT 1
AARONS AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS
PLASTENE SUPPLY CO
U S  PAINT CORP
DEPT OF ARMY (LCAAP)
HOLNAM INC/SAFETY KLEEN INC
FRONT STREET REMEDIAL ACTION CORP
3M CO
REICHHOLD CHEMICALS INC
RIVER CEMENT CO
TRANS WORLD AIRLINES INC
A B CHANCE CO ALLEN ST COMPLEX
SYNTEX AGRIBUSINESS INC
NORTH AMERICAN GALVENIZING CO
AMERICAN CYANAMID CO
I C I EXPLOSIVES USA INC
ARMCO INC
ALL AMERICAN LIFE DIELMAN OLIVETTE MO
ICI EXPLOSIVES ENVIRONMENTAL
KANSAS CITY
MEXICO
KANSAS CITY
FOREST CITY
ST LOUIS
NEW MADRID
NEVADA
KANSAS CITY
NORTH KANSAS CITY
CLAYCOMO
ELDON
SPRINGFIELD
NEOSHO
PARKVILLE
NORTH KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
ST LOUIS
ST LOUIS
FENTON
KANSAS CITY
WENTZVILLE
KANSAS CITY
ST LOUIS
MISSOURI CITY
HAZELWOOD
HAZELWOOD
ST LOUIS
KANSAS CITY
WHITEMAN AFB
SCOTT CITY
KANSAS CITY
HAZELWOOD
SPRINGFIELD
PORTAGEVILLE
ST LOUIS
INDEPENDENCE
CLARKSVILLE
KANSAS CITY
COLUMBIA
VALLEY PARK
FESTUS
KANSAS CITY
CENTRALIA
VERONA
ST LOUIS
PALMYRA
JOPLIN
KANSAS CITY
OLIVETTE
JOPLIN
14,117
12,143
 8, 952
 8,892
 5,758
 5, 660
 5,323
 4,247
 3,133
 2,933
 2,846
 2,174
 1,710
 1,583
 1,442
 1,398
 1,333
 1,304
 1,277
 1,128
 1,004
   963
   942
   906
   846
   769
   659
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                                                   181  TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE  WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     MISSOURI
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:
                                      83
                                                   238,179 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                      SITE NAME
                      HOLNAM  INC/SAFETY KLEEN INC
                      CONTINENTAL CEMENT CO
                      LONE  STAR INDUSTRIES INC
                      RIVER CEMENT CO
                      EXIDE CORP SCHUYLKILL METALS DIV
                      BAYER CORP
                      3M  CO
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SVCS
                      DYNO  NOBEL INC
                      DOE RUN CO - BUICK SMELTER
                      E R D - MO INC
                      ICI EXPLOSIVES ENVIRONMENTAL
                      HAZ-MAT RESPONSE DISPOSAL INC
                      PRINTPACK INC
                      TRANS WORLD AIRLINES INC
                      M & W PACKAGING US INC
                      DEPT  OF ARMY  (LCAAP)
                      MARQUETTE TOOL & DIE CO
                      AMERICAN CYANAMID CO
                      L H B INDUSTRIES
                      G W COMPOSITES INC
                      PACKAGING CONCEPTS INC
                      US  ARMY ENGINEER CENTER & FLW
                      MID STATES PAINT & CHEMICAL CO
                      TRINITY CARUTHERSVILLE
                      COMBUSTION ENGINEERING INC
                      LOXCREEN CO INC THE
                      BAZAN PT CO
                      AGCO  MFG GROUP
                      LIBBY INTERNATIONAL INC
 1 MOD029729688
 2 MOD054018288
 3 MOD981127319
 4 MOD050232560
 5 MOD030712822
 6 MOD056389828
 7 MOD057894321
 8 MOD981505555
 9 MOD029719200
10 MOD059200089
11 MOD980632954
12 MOD985798164
13 MOD981123391
14 MOD006287619
15 MOD043935048
16 MOD985793058
17 MO4213820489
18 MOD006269195
19 MOD050226075
20 MOD981712425
21 MOD006491435
22 MOD066858192
23 M03213720979
24 MOD006278790
25 MOD985799725
26 MOR000012724
27 MOD057758922
28 MOD985799303
29 MOD029796331
30 MOD981123854
CLARKSVILLE
HANNIBAL
CAPE GIRARDEAU
FESTUS
FOREST CITY
KANSAS CITY
NEVADA
KANSAS CITY
CARTHAGE
BOSS
SCOTT CITY
JOPLIN
KANSAS CITY
HAZELWOOD
KANSAS CITY
JACKSON
INDEPENDENCE
ST LOUIS
PALMYRA
BERKELEY
O FALLON
ST LOUIS
FORT LEONARD WOOD
ST LOUIS
CARUTHERSVILLE
HEMATITE
HAYTI
ST LOUIS
INDEPENDENCE
KANSAS CITY
  NOTE:   COLUMNS  MAY  NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER  THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING  STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                               QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
                  .7
                 1.6
                  .7
                 2.2
         4
        15
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                 2.2
                 1.9
                 1.6
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  OTHER RECOVERY
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                 1.6
                 2.2
                  .7
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE  MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      MISSOURI
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 355
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                     112,592  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      GS TECHNOLOGIES OPERATING CO INC
                      SOLVENT RECOVERY CORP
                      TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS USA
                      MALLINCKRODT CHEMICAL INC
                      NORANDA ALUMINUM INC
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SVCS
                      HOLNAM INC/SAFETY KLEEN INC
                      WILCOX ELECTRIC INC
                      FORD MOTOR CO
                      NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY
                      SOLA OPTICAL USA INC COBURN DUMP SITE
                      EXIDE CORP SCHUYLKILL METALS DIV
                      3M CO
                      3M CO
                      B F I WASTE  SYSTEMS OF NORTH AMERICA INC
                      ESSEX WASTE  MANAGEMENT SVCS
                      COOK COMPOSITES AND POLYMERS CO
                      BEAZER EAST  INC
                      SIGMA CHEMICAL CO
                      BORDEN DECORATIVE PRODUCTS
                      MIDWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE
                      CHRYSLER CORP
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      G M WENTZVILLE CENTER
                      SIGMA CHEMICAL CO
                      B F I WASTE  SYSTEMS OF NORTH AMERICA INC
                      E R D - MO INC
                      FORD MOTOR CO
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP 503001
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      U S DEFT OF  ENERGY - KANSAS CITY PLANT
                      509 CES/CEV
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      KIESEL CO THE/KIESEL MARINE
                      P D GEORGE CO
                      MCDONNELL DOUGLAS CORP TRACT 1
                      FRONT STREET REMEDIAL ACTION CORP
                      3M CO
                      DEPT OF ARMY (LCAAP)
                      REICHHOLD CHEMICALS INC
                      RIVER CEMENT CO
                      A B CHANCE CO ALLEN ST COMPLEX
                      SYNTEX AGRIBUSINESS INC
                      BAYER CORP
                      PLASTENE SUPPLY CO
                      NORTH AMERICAN GALVENIZING CO
                      AARONS AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS
                      PRINTPACK INC
                      I C I EXPLOSIVES USA INC
 1 M00000031823
 2 MOD000610766
 3 MOD985791995
 4 MOD096726484
 5 MOD093750966
 6 MOD981505555
 7 MOD029729688
 8 MOD980968739
 9 MOD007118078
10 MOD985794619
11 MOR000012880
12 MOD030712822
13 MOD057894321
14 MOD043937895
15 MOD985810498
16 MOD980962849
17 MOD086787371
18 MOD007146517
19 MOD980962773
20 MOD006313993
21 MOD007173453
22 MOD085002319
23 MOD980973564
24 MOT300010261
25 MOD006273726
26 MOD000624452
27 MOD980632954
28 MOD006272876
29 MOD095486312
30 MOD000669051
31 MOD980971626
32 MO9890010524
33 MO8571924549
34 MOD000669069
35 MOT300011160
36 MOD006274732
37 MOD000818963
38 MOD000829705
39 MOD054950670
40 MO4213820489
41 MOD000690198
42 MOD050232560
43 MOD006308407
44 MOD007452154
45 MOD056389828
46 MOD052612850
47 MOD006284335
48 MOR000000190
49 MOD006287619
50 MOD077887909
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
MEXICO
ST LOUIS
NEW MADRID
KANSAS CITY
CLARKSVILLE
NORTH KANSAS CITY
CLAYCOMO
MARYVILLE
ELDON
FOREST CITY
NEVADA
SPRINGFIELD
PARKVILLE
KINGSVILLE
NORTH KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
ST LOUIS
ST LOUIS
KANSAS CITY
FENTON
INDEPENDENCE
WENTZVILLE
ST LOUIS
MISSOURI CITY
SCOTT CITY
HAZELWOOD
ST CHARLES
CAPE GIRARDEAU
COLUMBIA
KANSAS CITY
WHITEMAN AFB
SPRINGFIELD
ST LOUIS
ST LOUIS
HAZELWOOD
KANSAS CITY
COLUMBIA
INDEPENDENCE
VALLEY PARK
FESTUS
CENTRALIA
VERONA
KANSAS CITY
PORTAGEVILLE
ST LOUIS
SPRINGFIELD
HAZELWOOD
JOPLIN
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     MISSOURI
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  20
16
                                                     223,939  TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     HOLNAM INC/SAFETY KLEEN INC
                     CONTINENTAL CEMENT CO
                     LONE STAR INDUSTRIES INC
                     RIVER CEMENT CO
                     HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SVCS
                     ESSEX WASTE MANAGEMENT SVCS
                     DYNO NOBEL INC
                     DOE RUN CO - BUICK SMELTER
                     ICI EXPLOSIVES ENVIRONMENTAL
                     E R D - MO INC
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP 503001
                     HAZ-MAT RESPONSE DISPOSAL INC
                     EXIDE CORP SCHUYLKILL METALS DIV
                     MCDONNELL DOUGLAS CORP TRACT 1
                     BAYER CORP
                     RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTER - UMC
 1 MOD029729688
 2 MOD054018288
 3 MOD981127319
 4 MOD050232560
 5 MOD981505555
 6 MOD980962849
 7 MOD029719200
 8 MOD059200089
 9 MOD985798164
10 MOD980632954
   MOD980973564
   MOD095486312
   MOD980971626
   MOD000669069
15 MOD000669051
16 MOD981123391
17 MOD030712822
18 MOD000818963
19 MOD056389828
20 MOD006326904
11
12
13
14
CLARKSVILLE
HANNIBAL
CAPE GIRARDEAU
FESTUS
KANSAS CITY
KINGSVILLE
CARTHAGE
BOSS
JOPLIN
SCOTT CITY
INDEPENDENCE
ST CHARLES
COLUMBIA
SPRINGFIELD
CAPE GIRARDEAU
KANSAS CITY
FOREST CITY
HAZELWOOD
KANSAS CITY
COLUMBIA
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT  RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                              1
                              1
                              1

                             12
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                 1.7
                              1
                              1
                              1
                              1

                             12
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR  QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        195,274  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         81,793  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                      MONTANA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):
                                                         47
                                                       12,266  TONS
      1 MTD057561763
      2 MTD006230346
      3 MTD006229405
      4 MTD079711198
      5 MTD006238083
      6 MTD986073583
      7 MTD010380574
      8 MTD065560393
      9 MTR000004754
     10 MTD982648099
     11 MTD035237940
     12 MTD000475194
     13 MTD982648255
     14 MTR000004762
     15 MTD065569048
     16 MT8571924556
     17 MTR000004895
     18 MTD986073765
     19 MTD063728984
     20 MTD093301836
     21 MTR000003087
     22 MTR000004291
     23 MT0000562959
     24 MTR000004317
     25 MTR000002170
     26 MTD071401368
     27 MTD982582306
     28 MTD980807176
     29 MT0000992982
     30 MTD000710236
     31 MTR000004309
     32 MTD980667166
     33 MTR000000349
     34 MTR000005082
     35 MTD986069649
     36 MTR000003749
     37 MTD006232276
     38 MTD010379709
     39 MTR000004622
     40 MTD986069847
     41 MTD980330609
     42 MTD986069508
     43 MT2890090036
     44 MTR000003806
     45 MTD119730208
     46 MTR000003798
SITE NAME

COLUMBIA FALLS ALUMINUM CO
ASARCO INC  EAST HELENA
CONOCO REFINERY  BILLINGS
TRANSBAS INC
CENEX INC  LAUREL REFINERY
MONTANA POLE WATER TREATMENT PLANT
EXXON BILLINGS REFINERY
MONTANA RADIATOR WORKS
ADVANCED SILICON MATERIALS INC
SEMI TOOL INC  RESERVE DR
RIBI IMMUNOCHEM RESEARCH INC
MONTANA REFINING CO
LIVINGSTON REBUILD CENTER INC
JOHN DOYLE PROPERTY
MSU  BOZEMAN
MALMSTROM AIR FORCE BASE  MAFB
KOCH HYDROCARBON EAGLEPRTCHARD
MT DOT  BUTTE
BIG SKY COAL CO
WESTERN ENERGY CO  ROSEBUD MINE
GM PETROLEUMS HEIGHTS CONOCO FACILITY
MSB ENVIRONMENTAL INC  MILES CITY
MT DOT  KALI SPELL HUTTON PIT
MSB ENVIRONMENTAL INC  SIDNEY
ALL PURPOSE SERVICES
A & S TRIBAL INDUSTRIES INC
MT DOT  MISSOULA
LOUISIANA PACIFIC CORP  MISSOULA
ALLWASTE CONTAINER SERVICES EDGEWOOD
MONTANA POWER CO  COLSTRIP UNITS 1 & 2
MSB ENVIRONMENTAL INC  WOLF POINT
TRINITY RAIL SERVICES INC #342
USDA  FS  LAKE KOOCANUSA BRIDGE
WASHINGSTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
MT DOT  GREAT FALLS 18TH AVE NE
BUILDING SPECIALTIES
IDAHO POLE CO
U OF M  MISSOULA
CONOCO WYOLA  MI POST 65
MT DOT  MILES CITY
MONTANA POWER CO  COLSTRIP UNITS 3 & 4
GRANITE TIMBER INC
MSB TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION INC
CAIRO ENGINEERING
MONTANA TECH
DAWSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
COLUMBIA FALLS
EAST HELENA
BILLINGS
BILLINGS
LAUREL
BUTTE
BILLINGS
BILLINGS
BUTTE
KALI SPELL
HAMILTON
GREAT FALLS
LIVINGSTON
MISSOULA
BOZEMAN
MALMSTROM AFB
SIDNEY
BUTTE
COLSTRIP
COLSTRIP
BILLINGS
MILES CITY
KALI SPELL
SIDNEY
MISSOULA
POPLAR
MISSOULA
MISSOULA
MILES CITY
COLSTRIP
WOLF POINT
MILES CITY
LIBBY
MILES CITY
GREAT FALLS
BILLINGS
BOZEMAN
MISSOULA
WYOLA
MILES CITY
COLSTRIP
PHILIPSBURG
BUTTE
HELENA
BUTTE
GLENDIVE
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED  ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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  NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    MONTANA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                  MONTANA
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                    987 TONS
                                                           BILLINGS
                                                           BILLINGS
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   MONTANA
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
                                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                             MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF    OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  LAND  TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  STABILIZATION
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED    OF          NUMBER  OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  LAND  TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                             MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF    OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      MONTANA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  SHIPPERS:
                                                  46
13
                                                       8,924  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      COLUMBIA FALLS  ALUMINUM CO
                      ASARCO INC  EAST  HELENA
                      TRANSBAS INC
                      CENEX INC  LAUREL REFINERY
                      MONTANA POLE WATER TREATMENT  PLANT
                      CONOCO REFINERY  BILLINGS
                      ADVANCED SILICON  MATERIALS  INC
                      SEMI TOOL INC RESERVE  DR
                      RIBI  IMMUNOCHEM RESEARCH INC
                      LIVINGSTON REBUILD CENTER INC
                      EXXON BILLINGS  REFINERY
                      JOHN  DOYLE PROPERTY
                      MSU  BOZEMAN
                      MONTANA REFINING  CO
                      MALMSTROM AIR FORCE BASE MAFB
                      KOCH  HYDROCARBON  EAGLEPRTCHARD
                      MT DOT  BUTTE
                      BIG SKY COAL CO
                      GM PETROLEUMS HEIGHTS  CONOCO  FACILITY
                      MSB ENVIRONMENTAL INC   MILES  CITY
                      MT DOT  KALI SPELL HUTTON PIT
                      ALLWASTE CONTAINER SERVICES EDGEWOOD
                      MSB ENVIRONMENTAL INC   SIDNEY
                      ALL PURPOSE SERVICES
                      ASS TRIBAL INDUSTRIES INC
                      MT DOT  MISSOULA
                      LOUISIANA PACIFIC CORP  MISSOULA
                      GRANITE TIMBER  INC
                      MONTANA POWER CO   COLSTRIP  UNITS 1  & 2
                      MSB ENVIRONMENTAL INC   WOLF POINT
                      TRINITY RAIL SERVICES  INC #342
                      USDA   FS  LAKE  KOOCANUSA BRIDGE
                      WASHINGSTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
                      MT DOT  GREAT FALLS 18TH AVE  NE
                      BUILDING SPECIALTIES
                      IDAHO POLE CO
                      U OF  M  MISSOULA
                      CONOCO WYOLA MI  POST  65
                      MT DOT  MILES CITY
                      MONTANA POWER CO   COLSTRIP  UNITS 3  & 4
                      MSB TECHNOLOGY  APPLICATION  INC
                      WESTERN ENERGY  CO  ROSEBUD  MINE
                      CAIRO ENGINEERING
                      BOZEMAN SOLVENT SITE
                      DAWSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
                      MONTANA TECH
 1 MTD057561763
 2 MTD006230346
 3 MTD079711198
 4 MTD006238083
 5 MTD986073583
 6 MTD006229405
 7 MTR000004754
 8 MTD982648099
 9 MTD035237940
10 MTD982648255
11 MTD010380574
12 MTR000004762
13 MTD065569048
14 MTD000475194
15 MT8571924556
16 MTR000004895
17 MTD986073765
18 MTD063728984
19 MTR000003087
20 MTR000004291
21 MT0000562959
22 MT0000992982
23 MTR000004317
24 MTR000002170
25 MTD071401368
26 MTD982582306
27 MTD980807176
28 MTD986069508
29 MTD000710236
30 MTR000004309
31 MTD980667166
32 MTR000000349
33 MTR000005082
34 MTD986069649
35 MTR000003749
36 MTD006232276
37 MTD010379709
38 MTR000004622
39 MTD986069847
40 MTD980330609
41 MT2890090036
42 MTD093301836
43 MTR000003806
44 MTR000001115
45 MTR000003798
46 MTD119730208
COLUMBIA FALLS
EAST HELENA
BILLINGS
LAUREL
BUTTE
BILLINGS
BUTTE
KALI SPELL
HAMILTON
LIVINGSTON
BILLINGS
MISSOULA
BOZEMAN
GREAT FALLS
MALMSTROM AFB
SIDNEY
BUTTE
COLSTRIP
BILLINGS
MILES CITY
KALI SPELL
MILES CITY
SIDNEY
MISSOULA
POPLAR
MISSOULA
MISSOULA
PHILIPSBURG
COLSTRIP
WOLF POINT
MILES CITY
LIBBY
MILES CITY
GREAT FALLS
BILLINGS
BOZEMAN
MISSOULA
WYOLA
MILES CITY
COLSTRIP
BUTTE
COLSTRIP
HELENA
BOZEMAN
GLENDIVE
BUTTE
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 MONTANA
                                             1997 WASTE RECEIPTS

TABLES 15,  16, 17, 18,  19 AND 20 HAVE BEEN  OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE NO  FACILITIES IN MONTANA
THAT REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997.
 Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
 earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                  MONTANA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:              0  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:          8,924  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                               NAVAJO NATION
                                             1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):
                                                      150 TONS
   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME
      1 NND104150024   PEABODY WESTERN COAL CO                  KAYENTA                              139
      2 NN0000473454   WINGATE HIGH SCHOOL                      FT WINGATE                              5
      3 NNR000000356   USBIA BRANCH OF ROADS MAINT SECTION       TUBA CITY                               2
      4 NN2140909100   USBIA BRANCH OF ROADS - CHEU             FARMINGTON                              2
      5 NNP601252809   NAVAJO NATION FACILITIES MAINTENANCE      TUBA CITY                               1
      6 NNP000034025   USDOI USBIA CHINLE BOARDING SCHOOL        MANY FARMS                              0
  TOTAL
  NOTE:    STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
          GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                                NAVAJO NATION
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND  LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES    GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F  CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                             NAVAJO NATION
                                          1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT

TABLES 6,  7, 8, 9, 10 AND  11 HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM  THIS REPORT  BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES IN THE  NAVAJO
NATION THAT  REPORTED MANAGING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997.
 Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
 earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  SHIPPERS:
                                               NAVAJO NATION
                                             1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
13
                                                     160 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997
   RANK EPA ID
                     SITE NAME

                     PEABODY WESTERN COAL CO
                     WINGATE HIGH SCHOOL
                     USBIA BRANCH OF ROADS MAINT  SECTION
                     USBIA BRANCH OF ROADS - CHEU
                     NAVAJO NATION FACILITIES MAINTENANCE
                     USDOI USBIA CHINLE BOARDING  SCHOOL
KAYENTA
FT WINGATE
TUBA CITY
FARMING!ON
TUBA CITY
MANY FARMS
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NAVAJO NATION




                                            1997 WASTE RECEIPTS

TABLES 15,  16, 17, 18,  19  AND 20 HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES  IN THE NAVAJO
NATION THAT REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997.
 Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
 earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                               NAVAJO NATION


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:              0 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:            160 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                     NEBRASKA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):
                                                         68
                                                      23,491 TONS
      1 NED087069050
      2 NED000610550
      3 NED981723513
      4 NED007259054
      5 NED000610691
      6 NED980971733
      7 NED000610709
      8 NED007263619
      9 NED007281728
     10 NED007265077
     11 NED007285257
     12 NED068652981
     13 NED007266331
     14 NED986387520
     15 NED986387850
     16 NE0000362525
     17 NED007272701
     18 NED007267214
     19 NED065133167
     20 NED080219868
     21 NED072902513
     22 NED007274699
     23 NED007262579
     24 NED981117153
     25 NED091998567
     26 NED007258213
     27 NED043534635
     28 NE8571924648
     29 NED007268790
     30 NED007286198
     31 NED000819078
     32 NED065106270
     33 NED091995159
     34 NEP000000490
     35 NED007263197
     36 NED986375327
     37 NED000822817
     38 NE0000004598
     39 NED007259518
     40 NET320010077
     41 NED000766808
     42 NED980973580
     43 NED047047543
     44 NED000819060
     45 NED035036201
     46 NED005070065
     47 NED047038187
     48 NED000766816
     49 NED000809475
     50 NER000001453
SITE NAME

NUCOR STEEL DIV
AMERICAN MICROTRACE CORP
CLEAN HARBORS ENVIRONMENTAL SVC INC
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES INC
LOZIER CORP NORTH PLANT
DUNCAN AVIATION
LOZIER CORP WEST PLANT
TENNECO AUTOMOTIVE MONROE
LINCOLN PLATING CO
AMERICAN METER CO
MAGNUS/FARLEY INC
KAWASAKI MOTORS MFG
GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO
HUNT CLEANERS INC
FLEXCON COLUMBUS
PFIZER CUSTOMER RETURN CENTER
DEETER FOUNDRY INC
VALMONT INDUSTRIES INC
EATON CORP
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS IND
SQUARE D CO
PFIZER ANIMAL HEALTH
AMERICAN TOOL CO INC - DEWITT OPERATIONS
INTEGRATED RAIL PRODUCTS
DANA CORP PERFECT CIRCLE SEALED POWER DI
MALNOVE INC
TECHNICAL PRODUCTS GROUP INC MAIN PLANT
OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE
BEHLEN MANUFACTURING CO
VICKERS INC
PLATTE CHEMICAL CO WEST PLANT
NATIONAL CRANE CORP
FOUR SEASONS PAINT MFG CO
ROBERT D BOOKER USARTC
BECTON DICKINSON
VAN WATERS & ROGERS INC UNIVAR
DALE ELECTRONICS - PLANT #2
BAYER CORP
STORE KRAFT MFG CO
THERMO KING CORP
UNIVERSITY OF NE CITY CAMPUS
SUNDSTRAND AEROSPACE
BECTON DICKINSON CO
PLATTE CHEMICAL CO EAST PLANT
NEW HOLLAND N AMERICA INC
NOVARTIS CONSUMER HEALTH INC
LEON PLASTICS INC
UNIVERSITY OF NE EAST CAMPUS
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER
PROGRESS RAIL SERVICES CORP
NORFOLK
FAIRBURY
KIMBALL
OMAHA
OMAHA
LINCOLN
OMAHA
COZAD
LINCOLN
NEBRASKA CITY
FREMONT
LINCOLN
LINCOLN
COZAD
COLUMBUS
LINCOLN
LINCOLN
VALLEY
KEARNEY
HARTINGTON
LINCOLN
LINCOLN
DE WITT
OMAHA
HASTINGS
OMAHA
LINCOLN
OFFUTT AFB
COLUMBUS
OMAHA
FREMONT
WAVERLY
LINCOLN
OMAHA
COLUMBUS
OMAHA
COLUMBUS
OMAHA
BEATRICE
HASTINGS
LINCOLN
YORK
HOLDREGE
FREMONT
GRAND ISLAND
LINCOLN
ALDA
LINCOLN
OMAHA
SIDNEY
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN  FIFTY  GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY  GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                   NEBRASKA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:      11
                                                  NEBRASKA
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                 41,231  TONS
                    SITE NAME                               CITY
                                                           KIMBALL
                                                           FAIRBURY
                                                           LINCOLN
                                                           COLUMBUS
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                                   NEBRASKA
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
                                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                             MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY

  TOTAL
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
39, 454
1, 412
316
48
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
95.7
3.4
.8
.1

NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
1
1
1
2
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
25.0
25.0
25.0
50.0
                                                               41,231
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED    OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                 .1
        COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY  HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     NEBRASKA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPERS:
                                                  68
13
                                                      15,525  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      AMERICAN MICROTRACE  CORP
                      LUCENT  TECHNOLOGIES  INC
                      NUCOR STEEL  DIV
                      CLEAN HARBORS  ENVIRONMENTAL  SVC  INC
                      SAFETY  KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY  KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY  KLEEN CORP  -  GERING
                      LOZIER  CORP  NORTH  PLANT
                      DUNCAN  AVIATION
                      LOZIER  CORP  WEST PLANT
                      TENNECO AUTOMOTIVE MONROE
                      LINCOLN PLATING CO
                      AMERICAN METER CO
                      MAGNUS/FARLEY  INC
                      KAWASAKI MOTORS MFG
                      GOODYEAR TIRE  & RUBBER CO
                      HUNT CLEANERS  INC
                      PFIZER  CUSTOMER RETURN CENTER
                      FLEXCON COLUMBUS
                      VALMONT INDUSTRIES INC
                      EATON CORP
                      DEETER  FOUNDRY INC
                      HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS IND
                      SQUARE  D CO
                      PFIZER  ANIMAL  HEALTH
                      AMERICAN TOOL  CO INC - DEWITT  OPERATIONS
                      INTEGRATED RAIL PRODUCTS
                      MALNOVE INC
                      OFFUTT  AIR FORCE BASE
                      VICKERS INC
                      DANA CORP PERFECT  CIRCLE SEALED  POWER DI
                      PLATTE  CHEMICAL CO WEST PLANT
                      NATIONAL CRANE CORP
                      MOLEX INC UPLAND PLANT
                      BEHLEN  MANUFACTURING CO
                      FOUR SEASONS PAINT MFG CO
                      ROBERT  D BOOKER USARTC
                      NEBRASKA DEPT  OF ROADS
                      VAN WATERS & ROGERS  INC UNIVAR
                      STORE KRAFT  MFG CO
                      DALE ELECTRONICS - PLANT #2
                      BAYER CORP
                      THERMO  KING  CORP
                      UNIVERSITY OF  NE CITY CAMPUS
                      SUNDSTRAND AEROSPACE
                      BECTON  DICKINSON CO
                      TECHNICAL PRODUCTS GROUP INC MAIN  PLANT
                      PLATTE  CHEMICAL CO EAST PLANT
                      NEW HOLLAND  N  AMERICA INC
                      NOVARTIS CONSUMER  HEALTH INC
 1 NED000610550
 2 NED007259054
 3 NED087069050
 4 NED981723513
 5 NED981495724
 6 NED053316535
 7 NED000687178
 8 NED000610691
 9 NED980971733
10 NED000610709
11 NED007263619
12 NED007281728
13 NED007265077
14 NED007285257
15 NED068652981
16 NED007266331
17 NED986387520
18 NE0000362525
19 NED986387850
20 NED007267214
21 NED065133167
22 NED007272701
23 NED080219868
24 NED072902513
25 NED007274699
26 NED007262579
27 NED981117153
28 NED007258213
29 NE8571924648
30 NED007286198
31 NED091998567
32 NED000819078
33 NED065106270
34 NE0000316646
35 NED007268790
36 NED091995159
37 NEP000000490
38 NET320010259
39 NED986375327
40 NED007259518
41 NED000822817
42 NE0000004598
43 NET320010077
44 NED000766808
45 NED980973580
46 NED047047543
47 NED043534635
48 NED000819060
49 NED035036201
50 NED005070065
FAIRBURY
OMAHA
NORFOLK
KIMBALL
OMAHA
GRAND ISLAND
GERING
OMAHA
LINCOLN
OMAHA
COZAD
LINCOLN
NEBRASKA CITY
FREMONT
LINCOLN
LINCOLN
COZAD
LINCOLN
COLUMBUS
VALLEY
KEARNEY
LINCOLN
HARTINGTON
LINCOLN
LINCOLN
DE WITT
OMAHA
OMAHA
OFFUTT AFB
OMAHA
HASTINGS
FREMONT
WAVERLY
LINCOLN
COLUMBUS
LINCOLN
OMAHA
LINCOLN
OMAHA
BEATRICE
COLUMBUS
OMAHA
HASTINGS
LINCOLN
YORK
HOLDREGE
LINCOLN
FREMONT
GRAND ISLAND
LINCOLN
4,895
1,824
1,789
1,287
1,005
  886
  404
  330
  320
  285
  236
  219
  199
  193
  184
  114
   96
   7 2
   69
   65
   54
   51
   50
   49
   48
   46
   46
   44
   43
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  NEBRASKA
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
16
                                                    40,203 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     CLEAN HARBORS ENVIRONMENTAL SVC INC
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                     AMERICAN MICROTRACE CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN CORP  - GERING
  TOTAL
KIMBALL
OMAHA
GRAND ISLAND
FAIRBURY
GERING
      6 NED043534635   TECHNICAL PRODUCTS GROUP INC MAIN PLANT   LINCOLN
  NOTE:
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   NEBRASKA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                            NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                  NEBRASKA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE IMPORTED:         38,261 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE EXPORTED:         15,283 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                       NEVADA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                         90
                                                       12,518  TONS
      1 NVD980895338
      2 NVD981641434
      3 NVR000002998
      4 NV3890090001
      5 NV2141190031
      6 NV1210090006
      7 NVD981967375
      8 NVD000627034
      9 NVD000626531
     10 NVD981625015
     11 NVD986766137
     12 NVD982499329
     13 NVD982502684
     14 NVD986769560
     15 NVD986775369
     16 NVD982041345
     17 NVD982408668
     18 NVR000001495
     19 NVT000612176
     20 NVD990764961
     21 NVD096905724
     22 NV0000452201
     23 NVD092497999
     24 NV7570024110
     25 NVD986774735
     26 NV0000998880
     27 NVR000000380
     28 NVD982467250
     29 NVD982403438
     30 NVD980478143
     31 NVD982030520
     32 NVD981578909
     33 NVD986771392
     34 NVD009155631
     35 NVD070307103
     36 NVD986767572
     37 NVD982434961
     38 NVD982498289
     39 NVD986776169
     40 NVD982445991
     41 NVD982516049
     42 NV4360010322
     43 NVD067817882
     44 NVD986772002
     45 NV0000453076
     46 NV0001019678
     47 NVD981963549
     48 NVD000630970
     49 NVD058947086
     50 NVD008477820
SITE NAME

21ST CENTURY EMI
R.R. DONNELLEY & SONS CO
BLM FORMER MONITE EXP.  FACTORY
BECHTEL NV FOR USDOE NTS
USDOI BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
HAWTHORNE ARMY DEPOT
CHEMEX LABS INC.
NEWMONT GOLD QUARRY MINE
BARRICK GOLDSTRIKE MINES INC.
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
LAIDLAW ENV SVCS OF CA INC.
AMERICAN ASSAY LABORATORIES,  INC.
SAINT MARYS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
BARRINGER LABORATORIES INC.
LONE TREE MINE
LIFETOUCH PORTRAIT STUDIOS,  INC.
NEWMONT GOLD COMPANY - TWIN CREEKS MINE
DUPONT WESTERN DISTRIBUTION CENTER
VALENCE TECHNOLOGY INC.
CALNEV PIPE LINE CO, LAS VEGAS TERMINAL
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
PRECISION ROLLED PRODUCTS,  INC.
NELLIS AFB
GETCHELL GOLD CORPORATION/GETCHELL MINE
LAS VEGAS HOUSING AUTHORITY
SUPERMARKET & INFORMATION SYSTEMS
DURA-BOND BEARING COMPANY
WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT  GETTO TRN
NEVADA DIV OF AGRICULTURE
NEVADA WOOD PRESERVING
OSULLIVAN PLASTICS CORPORATION
MASTER-HALCO, INC.
AMERICAN WATER HEATER COMPANY
NEVADA PLATING COMPANY
COEUR ROCHESTER INC.
CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT-KOEPSELL S
GREG STREET PLATING
COSTCO WHOLESALE #25
YOUNG ELECTRIC SIGN COMPANY
AUTOMOTIVE PLATING SERVICES
USVA MEDICAL CENTER
ROCKY MOUNTAIN GEOCHEMICAL
WAL MART 1 HR PHOTO
COSTCO WHOLESALE #35
HOLLY DECORIATIONS INC.
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO,  MAIN CAMPUS
MOHAVE GENERATING STATION,  SO. CAL.  EDIS
SFPP, L.P.
HAMILTON COMPANY
FERNLEY
RENO
SPARKS
MERCURY
LAS VEGAS
HAWTHORNE
SPARKS
CARLIN
CARL IN
SPARKS
SPARKS
SPARKS
RENO
RENO
VALMY
RENO
GOLCONDA
RENO
HENDERSON
LAS VEGAS
RENO
DAYTON
RENO
NELLIS AFB
GOLCONDA
LAS VEGAS
SPARKS
CARSON CITY
RENO
RENO
SILVER SPRINGS
YERINGTON
RENO
RENO
SPARKS
LOVELOCK
HENDERSON
SPARKS
RENO
LAS VEGAS
LAS VEGAS
RENO
SPARKS
CARSON CITY
LAS VEGAS
SPARKS
RENO
LAUGHLIN
SPARKS
RENO
74
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     NEVADA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
                                     149
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                   NEVADA
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                 29,313 TONS
                                                            BEATTY
                                                            FERNLEY
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                                     NEVADA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED    OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
      17
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       NEVADA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                  84
13
                                                      10,075  TONS
     10
     13
     14
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
21ST CENTURY EMI
BLM FORMER MONITE EXP.  FACTORY
BECHTEL NV FOR USDOE NTS
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
USDOI BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
CHEMEX LABS INC.
POWER LOGISTICS
NEWMONT GOLD QUARRY MINE
BARRICK GOLDSTRIKE MINES INC.
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
LAIDLAW ENV SVCS OF CA INC.
AMERICAN ASSAY LABORATORIES,  INC.
R.R. DONNELLEY & SONS CO
BARRINGER LABORATORIES INC.
LONE TREE MINE
NEWMONT GOLD COMPANY - TWIN CREEKS MINE
LIFETOUCH PORTRAIT STUDIOS,  INC.
HAWTHORNE ARMY DEPOT
DUPONT WESTERN DISTRIBUTION CENTER
VALENCE TECHNOLOGY INC.
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
CALNEV PIPE LINE CO, LAS VEGAS TERMINAL
MCCARRAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
PRECISION ROLLED PRODUCTS,  INC.
NELLIS AFB
LAS VEGAS HOUSING AUTHORITY
SUPERMARKET & INFORMATION SYSTEMS
COEUR ROCHESTER INC.
GETCHELL GOLD CORPORATION/GETCHELL MINE
DURA-BOND BEARING COMPANY
WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT GETTO TRN
NEVADA WOOD PRESERVING
SAINT MARYS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
OSULLIVAN PLASTICS CORPORATION
MASTER-HALCO, INC.
AMERICAN WATER HEATER COMPANY
NEVADA PLATING COMPANY
CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT-KOEPSELL S
GREG STREET PLATING
COSTCO WHOLESALE #25
YOUNG ELECTRIC SIGN COMPANY
USVA MEDICAL CENTER
ROCKY MOUNTAIN GEOCHEMICAL
WAL MART 1 HR PHOTO
NAVAL AIR STATION, FALLON,  NEVADA
COSTCO WHOLESALE #35
HOLLY DECORIATIONS INC.
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO,  MAIN CAMPUS
MOHAVE GENERATING STATION,  SO. CAL.  EDIS
 1 NVD980895338
 2 NVR000002998
 3 NV3890090001
 4 NVT330010208
 5 NV2141190031
 6 NVD981967375
 7 NVR000000018
 8 NVD000627034
 9 NVD000626531
   NVD981625015
11 NVD986766137
12 NVD982499329
   NVD981641434
   NVD986769560
15 NVD986775369
16 NVD982408668
17 NVD982041345
18 NV1210090006
19 NVR000001495
20 NVT000612176
21 NVD096905724
22 NVD990764961
23 NVD986769255
24 NV0000452201
25 NVD092497999
26 NV7570024110
27 NV0000998880
28 NVR000000380
29 NVD986767572
30 NVD986774735
31 NVD982467250
32 NVD982403438
33 NVD982030520
34 NVD982502684
35 NVD981578909
36 NVD986771392
37 NVD009155631
38 NVD070307103
39 NVD982434961
40 NVD982498289
41 NVD986776169
42 NVD982445991
43 NV4360010322
44 NVD067817882
45 NVD986772002
46 NV9170022173
47 NV0000453076
48 NV0001019678
49 NVD981963549
50 NVD000630970
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
FERNLEY
SPARKS
MERCURY
N LAS VEGAS
LAS VEGAS
SPARKS
N LAS VEGAS
CARLIN
CARLIN
SPARKS
SPARKS
SPARKS
RENO
RENO
VALMY
GOLCONDA
RENO
HAWTHORNE
RENO
HENDERSON
RENO
LAS VEGAS
LAS VEGAS
DAYTON
RENO
NELLIS AFB
LAS VEGAS
SPARKS
LOVELOCK
GOLCONDA
CARSON CITY
RENO
SILVER SPRINGS
RENO
YERINGTON
RENO
RENO
SPARKS
HENDERSON
SPARKS
RENO
LAS VEGAS
RENO
SPARKS
CARSON CITY
FALLON
LAS VEGAS
SPARKS
RENO
LAUGHLIN
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                    NEVADA
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
                                                    29,606 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS,  1997

   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME
  TOTAL
                                                            BEATTY
                                                            N LAS  VEGAS
                                                            FERNLEY
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                                     NEVADA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
17
9
25,783
PERCENTA
OF
QUANTITY


88
GE
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
.1 1
.0 1
.0 1
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
50.0
50.0
50.0
                                                                 3,499
                                                                             11.9
                                                                                                   100.0
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
25,783
3,499
17
9
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
88.0
11.9
.1
.0

NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
1
2
1
1
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
50.0
100. 0
50.0
50.0
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF  FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  LANDFILL
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   NEVADA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         28,570  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:          6,570  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                  NEW HAMPSHIRE
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      152
                                                        9,751  TONS
      1 NHD058537960
      2 NHD048724173
      3 NHD046312559
      4 NHD986466688
      5 NHD002059525
      6 NHD018953794
      7 NHD073974651
      8 NHD980668156
      9 NHD001078682
     10 NHD001038348
     11 NHD001091073
     12 NHD080027048
     13 NHD081255788
     14 NHD040245607
     15 NHD048729685
     16 NHD048722466
     17 NHD001427475
     18 NHD073990418
     19 NHD990717092
     20 NHD500004569
     21 NHD001089465
     22 NHD066752734
     23 NHD062002035
     24 NHD099362048
     25 NH7570024847
     26 NHD001085158
     27 NHD500004247
     28 NHD073964496
     29 NHD001088624
     30 NHD037695236
     31 NHD986467124
     32 NHD990717803
     33 NHD045513785
     34 NHD001078062
     35 NHD500020847
     36 NHD986468676
     37 NHD066755364
     38 NHD986469377
     39 NHD001083609
     40 NHD001082908
     41 NHD001422351
     42 NHD048727994
     43 NHD040252744
     44 NHD986472249
     45 NHD073984288
     46 NHD982716169
     47 NHD991302522
     48 NHD040244428
     49 NHD001079433
     50 NHD001084672
SITE NAME

WEBSTER VALVE INC
HAMPSHIRE CHEMICAL CORPORATION
HADCO CORPORATION
CIRCUIT CONNECT INC
K W THOMPSON TOOL CO
STURM RUGER & CO INC
TERADYNE CIRCUITS DIVISION
HADCO CORPORATION
HITCHINER MFG.  CO. INC.
UPACO ADHESIVE  INC
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
POLYCLAD LAMINATES, INC.
ADVANCED CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY INC
SANMINA CORP
BAILEY CORPORATION
K J QUINN & CO  INC
GENERAL ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT ENGINES
F C I ELECTRICAL
DEXTER POLYMER  SYSTEMS
TEXTRON SYSTEMS CORPORATION
VI SHAY SPRAGUE  INC
FREUDENBERG-NOK, GP
MILLIPORE CORP
POLYCLAD LAMINATES, INC.
PEASE AIR FORCE BASE
MARKEM CORP
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (NE)  INC
SPLIT BALLBEARING
KINGSTON-WARREN CORP
HEIDELBERG
TELEDYNE HALCO
NEW ENGLAND BUSINESS SERVICE,INC.
UNITRODE CORPORATION
TELEDYNE ELECTRONIC TECH
L W PACKARD & CO INC
AERO DYNAMICS
BATESVILLE CASKET CO
BIOPURE CORPORATION
LEWIS & SAUNDERS, INC.
MINITURE PRECISION BEARINGS
ALLTEX UNIFORM  RENTAL SERVICE  INC
CHOMERICS INC
ELEKTRISOLA INC
ADVANCE CIRCUIT SYSTEMS INC
OSRAM SYLVANIA  PRODUCTS INC
PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY
HADCO CORPORATION
ELECTROPAC CO INC
NASHUA CORPORATION
FREUDENBERG-NOK GENERAL PARTNERSHIP
FRANKLIN
NASHUA
DERRY
NASHUA
ROCHESTER
NEWPORT
NASHUA
SALEM
MILFORD
NASHUA
SOMERSWORTH
FRANKLIN
NASHUA
NASHUA
SEABROOK
SEABROOK
HOOKSETT
LINCOLN
SEABROOK
FARMING!ON
CONCORD
MANCHESTER
JAFFREY
FRANKLIN
PEASE ANGB
KEENE
NASHUA
LEBANON
NEWFIELDS
DOVER
LONDONDERRY
PETERBOROUGH
MERRIMACK
HUDSON
NEW HAMPTON
SALEM
NASHUA
DOVER
LACONIA
KEENE
MANCHESTER
HUDSON
BOSCAWEN
FRANKLIN
HILLSBORO
EXETER
HUDSON
MANCHESTER
NASHUA
BRISTOL
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                NEW HAMPSHIRE
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
                                                                                                          1,413
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY  CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE  MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES  MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE  CODES.
                                             1,401
                                                 0
                                                 0
                                                13
                                             1,413
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               NEW HAMPSHIRE
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT



6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:       1



7  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED:             0 TONS


  TABLES 8, 9, 10 AND  11 HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES
  IN NEW HAMPSHIRE THAT REPORTED MANAGING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IN  1997 OTHER THAN AS A
  STORAGE ONLY FACILITY.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                  NEW HAMPSHIRE
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 142
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                       7,656 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      HAMPSHIRE CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      WEBSTER VALVE INC
                      HADCO CORPORATION
                      STURM RUGER & CO INC
                      TERADYNE CIRCUITS DIVISION
                      BAILEY CORPORATION
                      HADCO CORPORATION
                      DEXTER POLYMER SYSTEMS
                      K W THOMPSON TOOL CO
                      HITCHINER MFG. CO. INC.
                      ADVANCED CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY INC
                      UPACO ADHESIVE INC
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
                      POLYCLAD LAMINATES,  INC.
                      SANMINA CORP
                      CIRCUIT CONNECT INC
                      K J QUINN & CO INC
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT ENGINES
                      F C I ELECTRICAL
                      TEXTRON AUTOMOTIVE INTERIORS
                      TEXTRON SYSTEMS CORPORATION
                      VI SHAY SPRAGUE INC
                      FREUDENBERG-NOK, GP
                      POLYCLAD LAMINATES,  INC.
                      MILLIPORE CORP
                      PEASE AIR FORCE BASE
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (NE)  INC
                      SPLIT BALLBEARING
                      KINGSTON-WARREN CORP
                      HEIDELBERG
                      TELEDYNE HALCO
                      NEW ENGLAND BUSINESS SERVICE,INC.
                      UNITRODE CORPORATION
                      TELEDYNE ELECTRONIC TECH
                      L W PACKARD & CO INC
                      AERO DYNAMICS
                      MARKEM CORP
                      BATESVILLE CASKET CO
                      BIOPURE CORPORATION
                      LEWIS & SAUNDERS, INC.
                      MINITURE PRECISION BEARINGS
                      ALLTEX UNIFORM RENTAL SERVICE  INC
                      CHOMERICS INC
                      ELEKTRISOLA INC
                      ADVANCE CIRCUIT SYSTEMS  INC
                      OSRAM SYLVANIA PRODUCTS  INC
                      PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY
                      HADCO CORPORATION
                      NASHUA CORPORATION
                      AAVID PRECISION EXTRUSION
 1 NHD048724173
 2 NHD058537960
 3 NHD046312559
 4 NHD018953794
 5 NHD073974651
 6 NHD048729685
 7 NHD980668156
 8 NHD990717092
 9 NHD002059525
10 NHD001078682
11 NHD081255788
12 NHD001038348
13 NHD001091073
14 NHD080027048
15 NHD040245607
16 NHD986466688
17 NHD048722466
18 NHD001427475
19 NHD073990418
20 NHD045011616
21 NHD500004569
22 NHD001089465
23 NHD066752734
24 NHD099362048
25 NHD062002035
26 NH7570024847
27 NHD500004247
28 NHD073964496
29 NHD001088624
30 NHD037695236
31 NHD986467124
32 NHD990717803
33 NHD045513785
34 NHD001078062
35 NHD500020847
36 NHD986468676
37 NHD001085158
38 NHD066755364
39 NHD986469377
40 NHD001083609
41 NHD001082908
42 NHD001422351
43 NHD048727994
44 NHD040252744
45 NHD986472249
46 NHD073984288
47 NHD982716169
48 NHD991302522
49 NHD001079433
50 NHD986486488
NASHUA
FRANKLIN
DERRY
NEWPORT
NASHUA
SEABROOK
SALEM
SEABROOK
ROCHESTER
MILFORD
NASHUA
NASHUA
SOMERSWORTH
FRANKLIN
NASHUA
NASHUA
SEABROOK
HOOKSETT
LINCOLN
FARMING!ON
FARMING!ON
CONCORD
MANCHESTER
FRANKLIN
JAFFREY
PEASE ANGB
NASHUA
LEBANON
NEWFIELDS
DOVER
LONDONDERRY
PETERBOROUGH
MERRIMACK
HUDSON
NEW HAMPTON
SALEM
KEENE
NASHUA
DOVER
LACONIA
KEENE
MANCHESTER
HUDSON
BOSCAWEN
FRANKLIN
HILLSBORO
EXETER
HUDSON
NASHUA
FRANKLIN
1,480
  611
  574
  365
  364
  338
  334
  277
  262
  204
  194
  159
  144
  139
  131
  125
   96
   76
   75
   71
   51
   49
   48
   45
   45
   41
   40
   39
   38
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NEW HAMPSHIRE
                                             1997 WASTE RECEIPTS

TABLES 15,  16,  17, 18, 19 AND  20 HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS  REPORT BECAUSE  THERE WERE NO FACILITIES IN
NEW HAMPSHIRE  THAT REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997.
 Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
 earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                               NEW HAMPSHIRE


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:              0  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:          7,656  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                    NEW JERSEY
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      819
                                                      348,409 TONS
      1 NJD002454544
      2 NJD002385730
      3 NJD002156354
      4 NJD002171593
      5 NJD078873270
      6 NJD002325074
      7 NJD002460855
      8 NJD011246337
      9 NJD990753162
     10 NJD002365930
     11 NJD986571016
     12 NJD002194843
     13 NJD002146504
     14 NJD002347565
     15 NJD986570992
     16 NJD980772370
     17 NJD981080401
     18 NJD980753875
     19 NJD002191211
     20 NJD001317601
     21 NJD001213727
     22 NJD053101085
     23 NJD986647345
     24 NJD002011294
     25 NJD042896738
     26 NJD002457273
     27 NJD002165140
     28 NJT350010112
     29 NJD986645232
     30 NJD079323044
     31 NJD001700707
     32 NJD001519107
     33 NJD000692905
     34 NJD986588366
     35 NJD020783304
     36 NJD002147023
     37 NJD002152205
     38 NJD001787944
     39 NJD002186690
     40 NJD053514428
     41 NJD002157030
     42 NJD002139228
     43 NJD002352607
     44 NJD003000049
     45 NJR000020560
     46 NJD001572999
     47 NJD002143782
     48 NJD002334795
     49 NJD002178796
     50 NJD002345247
SITE NAME

MARISOL INC
El DUPONT-CHAMBERS WORKS
GIVAUDAN ROURE CORPORATION
CHEVRON CHEMICAL COMPANY
CO-STEEL SAYREVILLE
LENOX CHINA
MADISON INDUSTRIES INC
HULS AMERICA INC
COASTAL EAGLE POINT OIL COMPANY
SHIELDALLOY METALLURGICAL CORP
USEPA-REGION II
INTERNATIONAL FLAVORS AND FRAGRANCES
ISP VAN DYK INC
US PIPE & FOUNDRY CO
USEPA REGION II
BEST FOODS/MUELLER
CHEM-FLEUR INTERNATIONAL
AUSIMONT USA INC
HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE INC
SCHERING CORPORATION
GANES CHEMICALS INC
MOBIL CHEMICAL CO CHEMICAL PRODUCTS DIV
SIMMONDS PRECISION FACILITY
STEFAN COMPANY
SMITHKLINE BEECHAM PHARMACEUTICALS
CAMPBELL FOUNDRY COMPANY
THE PALNUT COMPANY
PERMACEL
PORT AUTHORITY OF NY & NJ
HOECHST CELANESE CORP
SOLUTIA INC
HOEGANAES CORPORATION
EXXON CHEMICAL AMERICAS-BAYWAY
SHELL SERVICE STATION
FRAGRANCE RESOURCES INC
NOVARTIS PHARMECEUTICALS CORPORATION
THE OKONITE COMPANY
ZENECA INC
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
E.C.D. INC
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS DBA CON-LUX COATINGS
COURTAULDS COATINGS INC
WILMAD GLASS
BASF CORPORATION
ORION ELIZABETH NEW JERSEY
ITT MARLOW
FORD MOTOR CO EDISON ASSEMBLY PLANT
COOK COMPOSITES & POLYMERS CO
ENGINEERED PRECISION CASTING CO
CIRCUIT FOIL USA, INC
MIDDLESEX
DEEPWATER
CLIFTON
SOUTH PLAINFIELD
SAYREVILLE
POMONA
OLD BRIDGE
ELIZABETH
WESTVILLE
NEWFIELD
FRANKLIN
UNION BEACH
BELLEVILLE
BURLINGTON
FRANKLIN
JERSEY CITY
NEWARK
THOROFARE
NUTLEY
UNION
CARLSTADT
EDISON
CHESTER
MAYWOOD
PISCATAWAY
HARRISON
MOUNTAINSIDE
NORTH BRUNSWICK
PERTH AMBOY
NEWARK
BRIDGEPORT
RIVERTON
LINDEN
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS
KEYPORT
EAST HANOVER
NORTH BRUNSWICK
BAYONNE
LINDEN
HILLSIDE
EDISON
UNION
BUENA
WASHINGTON
ELIZABETH
MIDLAND PARK
EDISON
PENNSAUKEN
MI DOLETOWN
BORDENTOWN
  TOTAL
161,843
 47,525
 17,666
 14,006
 10,134
  7,616
  4,285
  3,965
  3,877
  3,781
  3,543
  3,070
  2,982
  2,607
  2,569
  2,061
  1,932
  1,828
  1,658
  1,599
  1,565
  1,516
  1,515
  1,386
  1,357
  1,307
  1,220
  1,058
  1,051
    957
    938
    802
    799
    790
    757
    749
    725
    686
    668
    659
    658
    631
    607
    595
    576
    568
    534
    512
    475
    396
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  NEW JERSEY
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                                                56,911  TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  NEW JERSEY
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     85
                                                   86,095 TONS
8  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     MARISOL INC
                     El DUPONT-CHAMBERS WORKS
                     ZENECA INC
                     HERCULES INC
                     KENDALL/BETHAM
                     AMES RUBBER CORP PLANT 3
                     ENGELHARD CORPORATION
                     NOVARTIS PHARMACEUTICALS
1 NJD002454544
2 NJD002385730
3 NJD001787944
4 NJD002521961
5 NJD049874415
6 NJD000818518
7 NJD002141489
8 NJD001316173
MIDDLESEX
DEEPWATER
BAYONNE
PARLIN
MIDDLESEX
SUSSEX
EAST NEWARK
SUMMIT
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  NEW JERSEY
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  STABILIZATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  INCINERATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     NEW JERSEY
                                                 1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 749
13
                                                     158,068 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      MARISOL INC
                      GIVAUDAN ROURE CORPORATION
                      El DUPONT-CHAMBERS WORKS
                      LENOX CHINA
                      CO-STEEL SAYREVILLE
                      MADISON INDUSTRIES INC
                      HULS AMERICA INC
                      SHIELDALLOY METALLURGICAL CORP
                      USEPA-REGION II
                      INTERNATIONAL FLAVORS AND FRAGRANCES
                      ISP VAN DYK INC
                      USEPA REGION II
                      BEST FOODS/MUELLER
                      CHEM-FLEUR INTERNATIONAL
                      SCHERING CORPORATION
                      GANES CHEMICALS INC
                      MOBIL CHEMICAL CO CHEMICAL PRODUCTS DIV
                      SIMMONDS PRECISION FACILITY
                      STEFAN COMPANY
                      TRANSFER PRINT FOILS INC
                      SMITHKLINE BEECHAM PHARMACEUTICALS
                      HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE INC
                      CAMPBELL FOUNDRY COMPANY
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      THE PALNUT COMPANY
                      PERMACEL
                      PORT AUTHORITY OF NY & NJ
                      HOECHST CELANESE CORP
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      SOLUTIA INC
                      COASTAL EAGLE POINT OIL COMPANY
                      HOEGANAES CORPORATION
                      EXXON CHEMICAL AMERICAS-BAYWAY
                      SHELL SERVICE STATION
                      FRAGRANCE RESOURCES INC
                      NOVARTIS PHARMECEUTICALS CORPORATION
                      THE OKONITE COMPANY
                      GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
                      SHERWIN-WILLIAMS DBA CON-LUX COATINGS
                      COURTAULDS COATINGS INC
                      WILMAD GLASS
                      E.C.D. INC
                      BASF CORPORATION
                      COOKSON PIGMENTS INC
                      ORION ELIZABETH NEW JERSEY
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      ITT MARLOW
                      FORD MOTOR CO EDISON ASSEMBLY PLANT
                      COOK COMPOSITES & POLYMERS CO
                      US PIPE & FOUNDRY CO
 1 NJD002454544
 2 NJD002156354
 3 NJD002385730
 4 NJD002325074
 5 NJD078873270
 6 NJD002460855
 7 NJD011246337
 8 NJD002365930
 9 NJD986571016
10 NJD002194843
11 NJD002146504
12 NJD986570992
13 NJD980772370
14 NJD981080401
15 NJD001317601
16 NJD001213727
17 NJD053101085
18 NJD986647345
19 NJD002011294
20 NJD091398081
21 NJD042896738
22 NJD002191211
23 NJD002457273
24 NJD000768093
25 NJD002165140
26 NJT350010112
27 NJD986645232
28 NJD079323044
29 NJD000768101
30 NJD001700707
31 NJD990753162
32 NJD001519107
33 NJD000692905
34 NJD986588366
35 NJD020783304
36 NJD002147023
37 NJD002152205
38 NJD002186690
39 NJD002157030
40 NJD002139228
41 NJD002352607
42 NJD053514428
43 NJD003000049
44 NJD002190627
45 NJR000020560
46 NJD000768077
47 NJD001572999
48 NJD002143782
49 NJD002334795
50 NJD002347565
MIDDLESEX
CLIFTON
DEEPWATER
POMONA
SAYREVILLE
OLD BRIDGE
ELIZABETH
NEWFIELD
FRANKLIN
UNION BEACH
BELLEVILLE
FRANKLIN
JERSEY CITY
NEWARK
UNION
CARLSTADT
EDISON
CHESTER
MAYWOOD
EAST BRUNSWICK
PISCATAWAY
NUTLEY
HARRISON
NEWARK
MOUNTAINSIDE
NORTH BRUNSWICK
PERTH AMBOY
NEWARK
SOUTHAMPTON
BRIDGEPORT
WESTVILLE
RIVERTON
LINDEN
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS
KEYPORT
EAST HANOVER
NORTH BRUNSWICK
LINDEN
EDISON
UNION
BUENA
HILLSIDE
WASHINGTON
NEWARK
ELIZABETH
BOUND BROOK
MIDLAND PARK
EDISON
PENNSAUKEN
BURLINGTON
33,736
17,666
 7,618
 7,616
 5,084
 4,285
 3, 965
 3,781
 3,543
 3,070
 2,982
 2,569
 2,061
 1,932
 1,596
 1,565
 1,516
 1,515
 1,386
 1,359
 1,357
 1,310
 1,307
 1,221
 1,220
 1,065
 1,051
   957
   946
   945
   825
   802
   800
   790
   757
   749
   725
   668
   658
   631
   607
   604
   595
   592
   576
   571
   568
   534
   512
   490
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                   NEW JERSEY
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
16
                                                     46,148  TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     MARISOL INC
                     SAFETY KLEEN  CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN  CORP
                     El DUPONT-CHAMBERS WORKS
                     SAFETY KLEEN  CORP
                     SAFETY KLEEN  CORP
                     KENDALL/BETHAM
                     RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
                     BELL LABORATORIES
1 NJD002454544
2 NJD000768093
3 NJD000768101
4 NJD002385730
5 NJD000768077
6 NJD982270506
7 NJD049874415
8 NJD000582387
9 NJD006980924
MIDDLESEX
NEWARK
SOUTHAMPTON
DEEPWATER
BOUND BROOK
SOUTH PLAINFIELD
MIDDLESEX
PISCATAWAY
MURRAY HILL
  TOTAL
                                                                                                46,148
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   NEW JERSEY
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                                                                43,915
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  OTHER RECOVERY
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
39,794
3,563
521
36
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
90.6
8.1
1.2
.1

NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
1
1
1
1
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
33. 3
33.3
33.3
33. 3
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                43,915
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 NEW JERSEY


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         21,031  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        110,327  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                    NEW MEXICO
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):
                                                         39
                                                       99,474  TONS
      1 NMD089416416
      2 NMD079839908
      3 NMD000609339
      4 NM5890110518
      5 NMD048918817
      6 NM0890010515
      7 NMD000709782
      8 NM6572124422
      9 NMR000002089
     10 NM0001001320
     11 NMD052684578
     12 NM7572124454
     13 NM8800019434
     14 NMD014584296
     15 NMD986676955
     16 NMD980621197
     17 NMD360010367
     18 NMD000610303
     19 NMD075088252
     20 NMD000333211
     21 NMD980622989
     22 NM2750211235
     23 NMD035686823
     24 NMD000333559
     25 NM4213720101
     26 NMD000247791
     27 NM9570024423
     28 NMD089411292
     29 NM6213820974
     30 NMP360060589
     31 NMD035806405
     32 NMD982552945
     33 NMD000804088
     34 NM4890139088
     35 NMD980698849
     36 NMR000001271
     37 NMR000001289
     38 NMD000562645
SITE NAME

GIANT REFINING COMPANY - BLOOMFIELD
MI LLC HOBBS NEW MEXICO
INTEL CORPORATION
SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORIES - NM
NAVAJO REFINING CO
U.S. DOE LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY
PHILIPS SEMICONDUCTORS
HOLLOMAN AFB
ROSWELL COMPRESSOR STATION
NOVABUS INCORPORATED
GE AIRCRAFT ENGINES
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE NEW MEXICO
NASA JSC WHITE SANDS TEST FACILITY
GENERAL TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
COMPRESSOR STATION NO. 9, ROSWELL
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO - ALBUQUERQUE
LEA REFINING COMPANY
HONEYWELL DEFENSE AVIONICS SYSTEMS
NMSU A-MOUNTAIN STORAGE FACITLITY
GIANT REFINING COMPANY CINIZA REFINERY
ETHICON ENDO-SURGERY, INC.
WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, NM
BF GOODRICH AEROSPACE, DATA SYSTEMS
UNICHEM, A DIVISION OF BJ SERVICES CO
USAADACENFB
CHRISTMAS BY KREBS, CORP
KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, KIRTLAND AFB NM
PHELPS DODGE HIDALGO INC.
FORT WINGATE ARMY DEPOT
RUSTLER RANCH
PHELPS DODGE TYRONE INC.
SP PHARMACEUTICALS LLC
CONOCO ALBUQUERQUE PRODUCTS TERMINAL
US DOE WASTE ISOLATION PILOT PLANT
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - FARMINGTON,  NM
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD SANTA ROSA YARD
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD TUCUMCARI YARD
SUMITOMO SITIX SILICON INC
BLOOMFIELD
HOBBS
RIO RANCHO
ALBUQUERQUE
ARTESIA
LOS ALAMOS
ALBUQUERQUE
HOLLOMAN AFB
TATUM
ROSWELL
ALBUQUERQUE
CANNON AFB
LAS CRUCES
ALBUQUERQUE
ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO
ALBUQUERQUE
LOVINGTON
ALBUQUERQUE
LAS CRUCES
JAMESTOWN
ALBUQUERQUE
WSMR
ALBUQUERQUE
HOBBS
MCGREGOR RANGE CAMP
ROSWELL
KIRTLAND AFB NM
PLAYAS
GALLUP
PLAYAS
TYRONE
ALBUQUERQUE
ALBUQUERQUE
CARLSBAD
FARMINGTON
SANTA ROSA
TUCUMCARI YARD
ALBUQUERQUE
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED  ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  NEW MEXICO
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
 1,
94,751
        HAS MORE THAN ONE
        LISTED CODE
        TOTAL
                                                                     TONS OF
                                                                     WASTE
                                                                     GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
          ONLY LISTED
          CODES BUT HAS
          MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                                       IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                       CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                       REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                       D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                       D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                       F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                       K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                       P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                       U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                       TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE  OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:       15
                                                 NEW MEXICO
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                 189,509 TONS
      1 NMD089416416   GIANT REFINING COMPANY - BLOOMFIELD       BLOOMFIELD
      2 NM0890010515   U.S. DOE LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY   LOS ALAMOS
      3 NM6213820974   FORT WINGATE ARMY  DEPOT                  GALLUP

  TOTAL


  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY  NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                                  NEW MEXICO
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT  METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY   FACILITIES  FACILITIES
      13
       0
  TOTAL
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  INCINERATION
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    NEW MEXICO
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                  39
13
                                                       5,637  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      MI  LLC HOBBS NEW MEXICO
                      INTEL CORPORATION
                      NAVAJO REFINING CO
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP -  ALBUQUERQUE,  NM
                      SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORIES  -  NM
                      GIANT REFINING COMPANY -  BLOOMFIELD
                      PHILIPS SEMICONDUCTORS
                      U.S.  DOE LOS ALAMOS  NATIONAL  LABORATORY
                      HOLLOMAN AFB
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP -  FARMINGTON,  NM
                      ROSWELL COMPRESSOR STATION
                      NOVABUS INCORPORATED
                      GE  AIRCRAFT ENGINES
                      CANNON AIR FORCE BASE NEW MEXICO
                      NASA JSC WHITE SANDS TEST FACILITY
                      GENERAL TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
                      COMPRESSOR STATION NO. 9,  ROSWELL
                      UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO  - ALBUQUERQUE
                      LEA REFINING COMPANY
                      HONEYWELL DEFENSE AVIONICS SYSTEMS
                      NMSU A-MOUNTAIN STORAGE FACITLITY
                      GIANT REFINING COMPANY CINIZA REFINERY
                      ETHICON ENDO-SURGERY,  INC.
                      BF  GOODRICH AEROSPACE, DATA SYSTEMS
                      WHITE SANDS MISSILE  RANGE,  NM
                      USAADACENFB
                      UNICHEM, A DIVISION  OF BJ SERVICES CO
                      CHRISTMAS BY KREBS,  CORP
                      KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE,  KIRTLAND AFB NM
                      PHELPS DODGE HIDALGO INC.
                      FORT WINGATE ARMY DEPOT
                      RUSTLER RANCH
                      PHELPS DODGE TYRONE  INC.
                      SP  PHARMACEUTICALS LLC
                      US  DOE WASTE ISOLATION PILOT  PLANT
                      CONOCO ALBUQUERQUE PRODUCTS TERMINAL
                      UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD SANTA  ROSA YARD
                      UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD TUCUMCARI  YARD
                      SUMITOMO SITIX SILICON INC
 1 NMD079839908
 2 NMD000609339
 3 NMD048918817
 4 NMD000804294
 5 NM5890110518
 6 NMD089416416
 7 NMD000709782
 8 NM0890010515
 9 NM6572124422
10 NMD980698849
11 NMR000002089
12 NM0001001320
13 NMD052684578
14 NM7572124454
15 NM8800019434
16 NMD014584296
17 NMD986676955
18 NMD980621197
19 NMD360010367
20 NMD000610303
21 NMD075088252
22 NMD000333211
23 NMD980622989
24 NMD035686823
25 NM2750211235
26 NM4213720101
27 NMD000333559
28 NMD000247791
29 NM9570024423
30 NMD089411292
31 NM6213820974
32 NMP360060589
33 NMD035806405
34 NMD982552945
35 NM4890139088
36 NMD000804088
37 NMR000001271
38 NMR000001289
39 NMD000562645
HOBBS
RIO RANCHO
ARTESIA
ALBUQUERQUE
ALBUQUERQUE
BLOOMFIELD
ALBUQUERQUE
LOS ALAMOS
HOLLOMAN AFB
FARMINGTON
TATUM
ROSWELL
ALBUQUERQUE
CANNON AFB
LAS CRUCES
ALBUQUERQUE
ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO
ALBUQUERQUE
LOVINGTON
ALBUQUERQUE
LAS CRUCES
JAMESTOWN
ALBUQUERQUE
ALBUQUERQUE
WSMR
MCGREGOR RANGE CAMP
HOBBS
ROSWELL
KIRTLAND AFB NM
PLAYAS
GALLUP
PLAYAS
TYRONE
ALBUQUERQUE
CARLSBAD
ALBUQUERQUE
SANTA ROSA
TUCUMCARI YARD
ALBUQUERQUE
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                 NEW MEXICO
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
                                                        2 TONS



17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS,  1997


   RANK EPA ID        SITE NAME                               CITY
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                        1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED



TABLES 18,  19 AND 20 HAVE BEEN  OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE  THERE WERE NO FACILITIES IN NEW MEXICO
THAT REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM OFFSITE IN 1997 OTHER THAN STORAGE ONLY FACILITIES.
 Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
 earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                 NEW MEXICO


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:              0 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:          5,554 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                     NEW YORK
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):    2,772
                                                      419,899 TONS
      1 NYD049836679
      2 NYD002070118
      3 NYD002232304
      4 NYD002080034
      5 NYD980592497
      6 NYD980535116
      7 NYD030485288
      8 NYD000824482
      9 NYD002075620
     10 NYD010783967
     11 NYD066832023
     12 NYD066785650
     13 NYD980780928
     14 NYD002245967
     15 NYD002047967
     16 NYD002014595
     17 NYD054065909
     18 NYD001223338
     19 NYD002233039
     20 NYD000707901
     21 NYP003602216
     22 NYD002220804
     23 NYD981138605
     24 NY0000055384
     25 NYD000706218
     26 NYD980531263
     27 NYD002215226
     28 NYD980532196
     29 NYD987010964
     30 NYD000824425
     31 NY6890008992
     32 NYD982177743
     33 NYD980531396
     34 NYD041848334
     35 NYR000010363
     36 NYD137976247
     37 NYD002230902
     38 NYD080480734
     39 NYD057770109
     40 NYD002050110
     41 NYD175773779
     42 NYD002211324
     43 NYR000024562
     44 NYD080460215
     45 NYD981484785
     46 NYD096920483
     47 NYD002221919
     48 NYD083626077
     49 NYD987026135
     50 NYD003907367
SITE NAME

CWM CHEMICAL SERVICES, L.L.C.
SCHENECTADY INTERNATIONAL INC
ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
CITY OF ROCHESTER POLICE AND FIRE ACDY
REVERE SMELTING & REFINING CORPORATION
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
FLOMATIC CORPORATION
BUCKBEE-MEARS CORTLAND
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO-PLASTICS
AUBURN STEEL CO. INC.
VANDERHORST CHEM/NYSDEC/REMEDIAL SITE
REYNOLDS METALS CO ST LAWRENCE RED PLANT
NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION
NEPERA INC
LEDERLE LABS AMERICAN CYANAMID CO
STAR NEWCO
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES
IBM CORPORATION
NYSDEC/SPILL
OLIN CORP
FUJISAWA USA INC
PFIZER INC
CON ED - THIRD AVENUE SERVICE CENTER
NYS ELECTRIC & GAS
ITT AUTOMOTIVE - ESI
BROOKLYN UNION GAS
CON ED-FARRINGTON REGULATING STATION
CORNING INC-FALL BROOK PLANT
US DOE/KNOLLS ATOMIC POWER LABORATORY
CON ED - WEST 28TH STREET SERVICE CTR
NYS ELECTRIC & GAS
KEYWELL L.L.C. VAC AIR DIVISION
NYC DEPT OF TRANS
CON ED - HELLGATE STATION & SUBSTATION
BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES
NORTHEAST ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC
GENZALE PLATING SITE
VANCHEM INC
XEROX CORPORATION
NYS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION
OAK-MI TSUI INC
TOSHIBA DISPLAY DEVICES, INC.
PHOTOCIRCUITS CORPORATION
JMT PROPERTIES/GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
NYCOMED INC.
PORT AUTHORITY OF NY & NJ
WITCO CORPORATION
MODEL CITY
ROTTERDAM JUNCTION
MASSENA
WATERFORD
ROCHESTER
ROCHESTER
MI DOLETOWN
NIAGARA FALLS
 NORTH HOOSICK
CORTLAND
SELKIRK
AUBURN
OLEAN
MASSENA
BETHPAGE
HARRIMAN
PEARL RIVER
MOUNTAINVILLE
ENDICOTT
HOPEWELL JUNCTION
HORNELL
ROCHESTER
GRAND ISLAND
BROOKLYN
BROOKLYN
WATERVILLE
ROCHESTER
BROOKLYN
FLUSHING
CORNING
NISKAYUNA
NEW YORK
NORWICH
FREWSBURG
NEW YORK
BRONX
EAST SYRACUSE
POUGHKEEPSIE
WAMPSVILLE
FRANKLIN SQUARE
LOCKPORT
WEBSTER
STATEN ISLAND
HOOSICK FALLS
HORSEHEADS
GLEN COVE
BROCKPORT
RENSSELAER
STATEN ISLAND
BROOKLYN
73,675
47,171
39,259
36,828
35,040
19,704
13,956
 9,005
 7,010
 6,810
 6,642
 6,478
 6,058
 3,993
 3,299
 3,118
 3,109
 2,949
 2,871
 2,786
 2,600
 2,247
 2,030
 1,972
 1,819
 1,632
 1,594
 1,565
 1,542
 1,533
 1,488
 1,473
 1,414
 1,386
 1,375
 1,319
 1,289
 1,188
 1,111
 1,101
 1,064
 1,058
 1,000
   939
   921
   865
   783
   732
   720
   715
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   NEW YORK
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     NEW YORK
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:
                                      73
                                                   411,616 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                      SITE NAME
                      CWM CHEMICAL SERVICES, L.L.C.
                      REVERE SMELTING & REFINING CORPORATION
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
                      EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
                      NORLITE CORPORATION
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC CO-PLASTICS
                      OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
                      NEPERA INC
                      SCHENECTADY INTERNATIONAL INC
                      LEDERLE LABS AMERICAN CYANAMID CO
                      NORTHEAST ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC
                      US DEPT. OF ENERGY
                      MERCURY REFINING COMPANY, INC.
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC
                      TEXACO INC. FUELS & LUBRICANTS
                      XEROX CORPORATION
                      PRIDE SOLVENTS & CHEMICAL CO INC
                      USDOE KNOLLS ATOMIC POWER LABORATORY
                      REMINGTON ARMS CO. INC.
                      ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA INC
                      BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY
 1 NYD049836679
 2 NYD030485288
 3 NYD002080034
 4 NYD980592497
 5 NYD080469935
 6 NYD066832023
 7 NYD000824482
 8 NYD002014595
 9 NYD002070118
10 NYD054065909
11 NYD057770109
12 NYD980779540
13 NYD048148175
14 NYD000632372
15 NYD091894899
16 NYD002211324
17 NYD057722258
18 NY5890008993
19 NYD002240638
20 NYD002218436
21 NY7890008975
MODEL CITY
MI DOLETOWN
WATERFORD
ROCHESTER
COHOES
SELKIRK
NIAGARA FALLS
HARRIMAN
ROTTERDAM JUNCTION
PEARL RIVER
WAMPSVILLE
WEST VALLEY
ALBANY
CLARENCE
GLENHAM
WEBSTER
WEST BABYLON
BALLSTON SPA
ILION
PIFFARD
UPTON
169,947
134,210
 35,611
 32,259
 22,104
  6,212
  3,099
  2,742
  2,049
  1,551
    743
    576
    416
     39
     25
     14
     13
      4

      0
      0
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
         COLUMNS  MAY  NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE  MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED  WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
                                                                                                 411,616
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   NEW YORK
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT  METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
  TOTAL
                                                               411,616
10
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                               411,61t
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER RECOVERY
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL                                                         411,616

  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES  MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      NEW YORK
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                               1,856
13
                                                     221,137 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      SCHENECTADY INTERNATIONAL INC
                      OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
                      FLOMATIC CORPORATION
                      BUCKBEE-MEARS CORTLAND
                      AUBURN STEEL CO.  INC.
                      VANDERHORST CHEM/NYSDEC/REMEDIAL SITE
                      ASHLAND CHEMICAL
                      REYNOLDS METALS CO ST  LAWRENCE RED PLANT
                      CWM CHEMICAL SERVICES,  L.L.C.
                      NORTHROP GRUMMAN  CORPORATION
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      STAR NEWCO
                      INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES
                      IBM CORPORATION
                      NORTHEAST ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC
                      OLIN CORP
                      NYSDEC/SPILL
                      CHEMICAL POLLUTION CONTROL INC.
                      ALUMINUM COMPANY  OF AMERICA
                      CITY OF ROCHESTER POLICE AND FIRE ACDY
                      EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
                      FUJISAWA USA INC
                      PFIZER INC
                      CON ED - THIRD AVENUE  SERVICE CENTER
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      NYS ELECTRIC & GAS
                      BROOKLYN UNION GAS
                      LEDERLE LABS AMERICAN  CYANAMID CO
                      CON ED-FARRINGTON REGULATING STATION
                      CORNING INC-FALL  BROOK PLANT
                      US DOE/KNOLLS ATOMIC POWER LABORATORY
                      CON ED - WEST 28TH STREET SERVICE CTR
                      NYS ELECTRIC & GAS
                      NYC DEPT OF TRANS
                      KEYWELL L.L.C. VAC AIR DIVISION
                      CON ED - HELLGATE STATION & SUBSTATION
                      BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY
                      INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES
                      GENZALE PLATING SITE
                      VANCHEM INC
                      XEROX CORPORATION
                      NYS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      OAK-MI TSUI INC
                      TOSHIBA DISPLAY DEVICES, INC.
                      PHOTOCIRCUITS CORPORATION
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      JMT PROPERTIES/GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
                      NYCOMED INC.
 1 NYD002070118
 2 NYD000824482
 3 NYD002075620
 4 NYD010783967
 5 NYD066785650
 6 NYD980780928
 7 NYD049253719
 8 NYD002245967
 9 NYD049836679
10 NYD002047967
11 NYD000708198
12 NYD001223338
13 NYD002233039
14 NYD000707901
15 NYD057770109
16 NYD002220804
17 NYP003602216
18 NYD082785429
19 NYD002232304
20 NYD980535116
21 NYD980592497
22 NYD981138605
23 NY0000055384
24 NYD000706218
25 NYD980753784
26 NYD980531263
27 NYD980532196
28 NYD054065909
29 NYD987010964
30 NYD000824425
31 NY6890008992
32 NYD982177743
33 NYD980531396
34 NYR000010363
35 NYD041848334
36 NYD137976247
37 NYD002230902
38 NYD080480734
39 NYD002050110
40 NYD175773779
41 NYD002211324
42 NYR000024562
43 NYD981556541
44 NYD080460215
45 NYD981484785
46 NYD096920483
47 NYD986872869
48 NYD982743312
49 NYD002221919
50 NYD083626077
ROTTERDAM JUNCTION
NIAGARA FALLS
NORTH HOOSICK
CORTLAND
AUBURN
OLEAN
BINGHAMTON
MASSENA
MODEL CITY
BETHPAGE
AMITYVILLE
MOUNTAINVILLE
ENDICOTT
HOPEWELL JUNCTION
WAMPSVILLE
ROCHESTER
HORNELL
BAY SHORE
MASSENA
ROCHESTER
ROCHESTER
GRAND ISLAND
BROOKLYN
BROOKLYN
AVON
WATERVILLE
BROOKLYN
PEARL RIVER
FLUSHING
CORNING
NISKAYUNA
NEW YORK
NORWICH
NEW YORK
FREWSBURG
BRONX
EAST SYRACUSE
POUGHKEEPSIE
FRANKLIN SQUARE
LOCKPORT
WEBSTER
STATEN ISLAND
LACKAWANNA
HOOSICK FALLS
HORSEHEADS
GLEN COVE
COHOES
SYRACUSE
BROCKPORT
RENSSELAER
45,536
17,086
 7,010
 6,809
 6,478
 6,058
 5,814
 3,821
 3,458
 3,299
 3,293
 2,949
 2,871
 2,786
 2,749
 2,621
 2,600
 2,208
 2,201
 2,189
 2,081
 2,030
 1,972
 1,819
 1,673
 1,632
 1,565
 1,549
 1,542
 1,533
 1,488
 1,473
 1,414
 1,375
 1,370
 1,319
 1,289
 1,173
 1,101
 1,064
 1,062
 1,000
   997
   951
   924
   865
   832
   815
   783
   732
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     NEW YORK
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  26
16
                                                     261,477 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                      SITE NAME
                      REVERE  SMELTING & REFINING CORPORATION
                      CWM  CHEMICAL SERVICES, L.L.C.
                      NORLITE CORPORATION
                      ASHLAND CHEMICAL
                      CHEMICAL POLLUTION CONTROL INC.
                      SAFETY  KLEEN CORP
                      NORTHEAST ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC
                      SAFETY  KLEEN CORP
                      CHEMICAL WASTE DISPOSAL CORP
                      SAFETY  KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY  KLEEN CORP
                      SAFETY  KLEEN CORP
                      SOLVENTS & PETROLEUM SERVICE, INC.
                      MERCURY REFINING COMPANY, INC.
                      RADIAC  RESEARCH CORP
                      OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
                      EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC
                      THE  NDL ORGANIZATION, INC.
                      CECOS INTERNATIONAL, INC.
                      ROCHESTER GAS AND ELECTRIC CORPORATION
                      INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES
                      XEROX CORPORATION
                      NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION
                      SCHENECTADY INTERNATIONAL INC
                      CENTRAL HUDSON GAS & ELECTRIC CORP.
 1 NYD030485288
 2 NYD049836679
 3 NYD080469935
 4 NYD049253719
 5 NYD082785429
 6 NYD000708198
 7 NYD057770109
 8 NYD980753784
 9 NYD077444263
10 NYD986872869
11 NYD981556541
12 NYD982743312
13 NYD013277454
14 NYD048148175
15 NYD049178296
16 NYD000824482
17 NYD980592497
18 NYD000632372
19 NYD045662921
20 NYD080336241
21 NYD000818781
22 NYD080480734
23 NYD002211324
24 NYD002047967
25 NYD002070118
26 NYD000705905
MI DOLETOWN
MODEL CITY
COHOES
BINGHAMTON
BAY SHORE
AMITYVILLE
WAMPSVILLE
AVON
ASTORIA
COHOES
LACKAWANNA
SYRACUSE
SYRACUSE
ALBANY
BROOKLYN
NIAGARA FALLS
ROCHESTER
CLARENCE
PEEKSKILL
NIAGARA FALLS
ROCHESTER
POUGHKEEPSIE
WEBSTER
BETHPAGE
ROTTERDAM JUNCTION
HIGHLAND
           COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE  MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    NEW YORK
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  FUEL BLENDING
  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  NEW YORK


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        106,438  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        180,651  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                 NORTH CAROLINA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      505
                                                       66,501 TONS
      1 NCD047373766
      2 NCD093340487
      3 NCD042091975
      4 NCD057454670
      5 NCD079060059
      6 NCD121700777
      7 NCD982077802
      8 NCD990868168
      9 NCD003162542
     10 NCD057037194
     11 NCD003232030
     12 NCD071561864
     13 NC1170027261
     14 NCD003214319
     15 NCD038547519
     16 NCD086872082
     17 NCD990734055
     18 NCD091245498
     19 NCD047368642
     20 NCD018652339
     21 NCD041466525
     22 NCD127257673
     23 NCD001810365
     24 NCD053491221
     25 NCD041048448
     26 NCD982140329
     27 NCD986166429
     28 NCD041415019
     29 NCD062567623
     30 NCD067427922
     31 NCD067441394
     32 NCD024766719
     33 NCD084170570
     34 NCD048467427
     35 NCD067181818
     36 NCD991278680
     37 NCD982114373
     38 NCD006390561
     39 NC2690308232
     40 NCD049774979
     41 NCD085083004
     42 NCD003237963
     43 NCD093137636
     44 NCD000277293
     45 NCD003215779
     46 NCD049773245
     47 NCD000623116
     48 NCD097363527
     49 NCD067200949
     50 NCD045924487
SITE NAME

GLAXO WELLCOME INC.
AMERISTEEL CORPORATION
MALLINCKRODT CHEMICAL INC
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC
TARHEEL WOOD TREATING CO INC
SUN CHEMICAL CHARLOTTE,  NC
ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA /BADIN WORKS
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
LILLY INDUSTRIES  (USA),  INC.  ENGLISH RD
THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO
US MCAS CHERRY POINT
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS DIVERSIFIED BRANDS
KEMET ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
GENCORP PRINTWORLD
HOECHST CELANESE POLYSTER
FREIGHTLINER CORPORATION
E.I. DUPONT & CO. - FAYETTEVILLE WORKS
FREIGHTLINER CORP. - CLEVELAND IMP
AMOCO FABRICS & FIBERS
TAKEDA CHEMICAL PRODUCTS USA, INC.
CLARIANT CORP-MT HOLLY EAST
LILLY INDUSTRIES  (USA),  INC. BREVARD RD
REXAM INC CUSTOM DIVISION
ENGINEERED CONTROLS INTERNATIONAL INC
FMC CORP/LITHIUM DIV/SO UNIT
VALSPAR COATINGS  (HIGH POINT FACILITY)
HENKEL CORP
MOEN INC.
RJ REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO
WRIGHT CORPORATION - ACME, NC
BALL-FOSTER GLASS CONTAINER CO., L.L.C.
CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES INC
BAYER COPORATION
CHEMCRAFT INTERNATIONAL
KONICA MANUFACTURING U.S.A., INC.
AKZO NOBEL COATINGS INC
US COAST GUARD SUPPORT CENTER
AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN
DANAHER TOOL GROUP
PROCTER & GAMBLE MFG CO
GENERAL WOOD PRESERVING COMPANY, INC.
BROYHILL FURNITURE INDS INC CONOVER
PIEDMONT CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES I, LLC
DETREX CORPORATION
NATIONAL STARCH & CHEMICAL CO
WATTS REGULATOR REGTROL/WACASCO
CROFT METALS INC
EASCO ALUMINUM
GREENVILLE
CHARLOTTE
RALEIGH
CASTLE HAYNE
CHARLOTTE
CHARLOTTE
MORRISVILLE
CHARLOTTE
BADIN
ME BANE
HIGH POINT
GREENSBORO
CHERRY POINT
GREENSBORO
SHELBY
MONROE
WILMINGTON
MOUNT HOLLY
FAYETTEVILLE
CLEVELAND
ROCKY MOUNT
WILMINGTON
CHARLOTTE
HIGH POINT
MATTHEWS
WHITSETT
BESSEMER CITY
HIGH POINT
CHARLOTTE
SANFORD
WINSTON SALEM
RIEGELWOOD
WILSON
HARRISBURG
CLAYTON
WINSTON SALEM
WHITSETT
HIGH POINT
ELIZABETH CITY
ASHEVILLE
GASTONIA
GREENSBORO
LELAND
CONOVER
HIGH POINT
CHARLOTTE
SALISBURY
SPINDALE
LUMBER BRIDGE
WINTON
8,543
5,196
2,917
2,656
2,441
2,093
1,585
1,277
1,256
1,231
1,110
  883
  860
  804
  651
  650
  647
  634
  626
  584
  579
  569
  549
  544
  541
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               NORTH CAROLINA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND  LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT  MORE THAN ONE APPLIES    GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
    HAS  IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS  CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS  REACTIVE CODE
    HAS  D004-D017 CODE
    HAS  D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F  CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE  CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES  ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 NORTH CAROLINA
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF  RCRA  TSD FACILITIES:
                                     100
                                                    15,674 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT  FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     GLAXO WELLCOME INC.
                     CAROLINA SOLITE CORPORATION
                     MALLINCKRODT CHEMICAL INC
                     DETREX CORPORATION
                     CROFT METALS INC
                     INTERNATIONAL PAPER CARTON PLANT  #24
                     FOUNTAIN POWERBOATS INC
                     KEMET ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
                     LEA INDUSTRIES
                     E.I. DUPONT & CO. - FAYETTEVILLE  WORKS
                     FAWN INDUSTRIES
                     HICKORY CHAIR CO. - WOOD PRODUCTS PLANT
                     NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY
                     NATL INST OF ENVIRON HEALTH SCIENCES
                     HICKORY CHAIR CO. - PLANT 7
                     GLAXO WELLCOME INC.  - NORTH CAMPUS
                     STRATFORD METAL FINISHING INC
                     ECOFLO INC
                     PNEUMAFIL CORP. - C.R.  HARRIS PLAN
                     LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA
                     LITTON SYSTEMS INC CLIFTON PRECISION
                     ENVIROCHEM ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,  INC.
                     WALTER KIDDE AEROSPACE
 1 NCD047373766
 2 NCD003152642
 3 NCD042091975
 4 NCD049773245
 5 NCD067200949
 6 NCD072022726
 7 NCD056750003
 8 NCD038547519
 9 NCD066303728
10 NCD047368642
11 NCD067178707
12 NCD980840177
13 NCD000830737
14 NC2750890004
15 NCD044440642
16 NCD065655599
17 NCD053487765
18 NCD980842132
19 NCD003156940
20 NCD048183768
21 NCD044438406
22 NCD982170292
23 NCD033999764
GREENVILLE
NORWOOD
RALEIGH
CHARLOTTE
LUMBER BRIDGE
WILMINGTON
WASHINGTON
SHELBY
WAYNESVILLE
FAYETTEVILLE
MIDDLESEX
CONOVER
RALEIGH
RTF
HICKORY
RESEARCH TRIANGLE  PARK
WINSTON-SALEM
GREENSBORO
CHARLOTTE
BURLINGTON
MURPHY
APEX
WILSON
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               NORTH CAROLINA
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                             12
                             4
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  FUEL  BLENDING

  TOTAL
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
7, 992
5, 979
1, 217
405
61
21
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
51.
38 .
7.
2 .




.0
.1
. 8
. 6
.4
.1
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
2
4
12
2
2
2
PERCENTAG
OF
FACILITIE
8 .
17.
52.
8 .
8 .
8 .
E

3
7
4
2
7
7
7
                                                                                          23
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL  BLENDING
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  SLUDGE TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                       8.7
                                                                                          23
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  NORTH CAROLINA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 494
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                      75,758  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      ASHLAND CHEMICAL COMPANY-CHARLOTTE,  N.C.
                      ECOFLO INC
                      OLDOVER CORPORATION - NORWOOD,  NC
                      AMERISTEEL CORPORATION
                      HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC
                      OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA /BADIN WORKS
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
                      SUN CHEMICAL CHARLOTTE,  NC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO
                      US MCAS CHERRY POINT
                      SHERWIN-WILLIAMS DIVERSIFIED BRANDS
                      GLAXO WELLCOME INC.
                      KEMET ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
                      HOECHST CELANESE POLYSTER
                      E.I.  DUPONT & CO. - FAYETTEVILLE WORKS
                      AMOCO FABRICS & FIBERS
                      TAKEDA CHEMICAL PRODUCTS USA,  INC.
                      REXAM INC CUSTOM DIVISION
                      CLARIANT CORP-MT HOLLY EAST
                      FMC CORP/LITHIUM DIV/SO UNIT
                      ENGINEERED CONTROLS INTERNATIONAL INC
                      VALSPAR COATINGS (HIGH POINT FACILITY)
                      HENKEL CORP
                      GENCORP PRINTWORLD
                      MOEN INC.
                      RJ REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO
                      LILLY INDUSTRIES (USA),  INC. BREVARD RD
                      WRIGHT CORPORATION - ACME,  NC
                      CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES INC
                      BALL-FOSTER GLASS CONTAINER CO.,  L.L.C.
                      FREIGHTLINER CORP.  - CLEVELAND IMP
                      BAYER COPORATION
                      LILLY INDUSTRIES (USA),  INC.  ENGLISH RD
                      DANAHER TOOL GROUP
                      FREIGHTLINER CORPORATION
                      AKZO NOBEL COATINGS INC
                      CHEMCRAFT INTERNATIONAL
                      KONICA MANUFACTURING U.S.A., INC.
                      US COAST GUARD SUPPORT CENTER
                      PROCTER & GAMBLE MFG CO
                      GENERAL WOOD PRESERVING COMPANY,  INC.
                      PIEDMONT CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES I,  LLC
                      GRAPHIC PACKAGING
                      DETREX CORPORATION
                      NATIONAL STARCH & CHEMICAL CO
 1 NCD061263315
 2 NCD980842132
 3 NCD000773655
 4 NCD093340487
 5 NCD121700777
 6 NCD057454670
 7 NCD077840148
 8 NCD079060059
 9 NCD000776740
10 NCD003162542
11 NCD057037194
12 NCD990868168
13 NCD980846935
14 NCD071561864
15 NC1170027261
16 NCD003214319
17 NCD047373766
18 NCD038547519
19 NCD990734055
20 NCD047368642
21 NCD041466525
22 NCD127257673
23 NCD041048448
24 NCD001810365
25 NCD986166429
26 NCD982140329
27 NCD041415019
28 NCD062567623
29 NCD086872082
30 NCD067427922
31 NCD067441394
32 NCD053491221
33 NCD024766719
34 NCD048467427
35 NCD084170570
36 NCD018652339
37 NCD067181818
38 NCD003232030
39 NCD085083004
40 NCD091245498
41 NCD006390561
42 NCD991278680
43 NCD982114373
44 NC2690308232
45 NCD003237963
46 NCD093137636
47 NCD003215779
48 NCD982092041
49 NCD049773245
50 NCD000623116
CHARLOTTE
GREENSBORO
NOWOOD
CHARLOTTE
CHARLOTTE
CASTLE HAYNE
ARCHDALE
CHARLOTTE
RALEIGH
BADIN
ME BANE
CHARLOTTE
ST. PAUL
GREENSBORO
CHERRY POINT
GREENSBORO
GREENVILLE
SHELBY
WILMINGTON
FAYETTEVILLE
ROCKY MOUNT
WILMINGTON
MATTHEWS
CHARLOTTE
BESSEMER CITY
WHITSETT
HIGH POINT
CHARLOTTE
MONROE
SANFORD
WINSTON SALEM
HIGH POINT
RIEGELWOOD
HARRISBURG
WILSON
CLEVELAND
CLAYTON
HIGH POINT
GASTONIA
MOUNT HOLLY
HIGH POINT
WINSTON SALEM
WHITSETT
ELIZABETH CITY
GREENSBORO
LELAND
HIGH POINT
CHARLOTTE
CHARLOTTE
SALISBURY
656
651
645
587
579
569
551
549
524
518
490
459
458
457
428
420
416
416
406
405
390
386
376
374
374
371
347
335
315
275
259
259
253
253
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                NORTH CAROLINA
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER  OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                 15
16
    QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVED:
                                                     26,357 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL  SERVICES  (TS), INC
                     CAROLINA SOLITE  CORPORATION
                     OLDOVER CORPORATION  -  NORWOOD, NC
                     ECOFLO INC
                     ASHLAND CHEMICAL COMPANY-CHARLOTTE, N.C.
                     DETREX CORPORATION
                     ENVIROCHEM ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC.
                     GLAXO WELLCOME  INC.  -  SOUTH CAMPUS
                     GLAXO WELLCOME  INC.
                     FMC CORP/LITHIUM DIV
                     UNIV. NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
                     XVIII AIRBORNE  CORP  AND FORT BRAGG
                     US MARINE CORP  CAMP  LEJEUNE
                     GLAXO WELLCOME  INC.  -  NORTH CAMPUS
                     NORTH CAROLINA  STATE UNIVERSITY
 1 NCD000648451
 2 NCD003152642
 3 NCD000773655
 4 NCD980842132
 5 NCD061263315
 6 NCD049773245
 7 NCD982170292
 8 NCD052547635
 9 NCD047373766
10 NCD000771964
11 NCD982093783
12 NC8210020121
13 NC6170022580
14 NCD065655599
15 NCD000830737
REIDSVILLE
NORWOOD
NOWOOD
GREENSBORO
CHARLOTTE
CHARLOTTE
APEX
RESEARCH TRIANGLE  PARK
GREENVILLE
BESSEMER CITY
CHAPEL HILL
FORT BRAGG
CAMP LEJEUNE
RESEARCH TRIANGLE  PARK
RALEIGH
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                NORTH CAROLINA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
                                                                     0
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  INCINERATION
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
                                      14.3
                                      14.3
  TOTAL
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NORTH CAROLINA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         12,925 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         60,867 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                 NORTH DAKOTA
                                              1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER  OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):
                                                       16
                                                      2,686  TONS
      1  NDD006175467
      2  NDD000716738
      3  NDD980957070
      4  NDD982591794
      5  NDD167721265
      6  NDD053426565
      7  NDD084497775
      8  NDD051439743
      9  NDD000690594
        NDD031875719
     11  ND0000479071
     12  NDD986267938
     13  ND3571924759
     14  ND4571924758
     15  NDD990872590
1C
SITE NAME

AMOCO OIL  CO  - MANDAN REFINERY
SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP - FARGO
SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP - BISMARCK
WASTE RECOVERY SERVICES INC
HEALTH CARE INCINERATORS
LUCAS AEROSPACE CARGO SYSTEMS
IMATION CORP
INDUSTRIAL PLATING CORP
DAKOTA GASIFICATION CO
WIL-RICH,  A DIVISION OF TIC UNITED CORP
MOTOR COACH IND - PAINT SHOP
TECTON PRODUCTS
GRAND FORKS AIR FORCE BASE
MINOT AIR  FORCE BASE
CASE CORPORATION
MANDAN
FARGO
BISMARCK
BELFIELD
FARGO
JAMESTOWN
WAHPETON
WAHPETON
BEULAH
WAHPETON
PEMBINA
FARGO
GRAND FORKS
MINOT
FARGO
  NOTE:
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN  FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        280

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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                NORTH DAKOTA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED  CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE  MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT  MORE THAN ONE APPLIES    GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS  IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS  CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS  REACTIVE CODE
    HAS  D004-D017 CODE
    HAS  D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F  CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST  1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST  1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST  1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST  1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE  CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE, CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               NORTH DAKOTA
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                  1,188 TONS
                    SITE NAME

                    AMOCO OIL  CO - MANDAN REFINERY
                    WASTE RECOVERY SERVICES  INC
                    DAKOTA GASIFICATION CO
                    GRAND FORKS AIR FORCE BASE
MANDAN
BELFIELD
BEULAH
GRAND FORKS
1,105
   77
    4
    1
  NOTE:  COLUMNS  MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                     282

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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                NORTH DAKOTA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
       0
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  FUEL  BLENDING
  INCINERATION
  LANDFILL
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL  BLENDING
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE  AS  FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       283

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                                                 NORTH DAKOTA
                                               1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  SHIPPERS:
                                                15
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  SHIPPED:
                                                     1,553  TONS
14  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE SHIPPERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     AMOCO OIL CO - MANDAN REFINERY
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - FARGO
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - BISMARCK
                     WASTE RECOVERY SERVICES INC
                     HEALTH CARE  INCINERATORS
                     LUCAS AEROSPACE  CARGO SYSTEMS
                     IMATION CORP
                     INDUSTRIAL PLATING CORP
                     WIL-RICH,  A  DIVISION OF TIC UNITED CORP
                     MOTOR COACH  IND  - PAINT SHOP
                     TECTON PRODUCTS
                     GRAND FORKS  AIR  FORCE BASE
                     MINOT AIR FORCE  BASE
                     DAKOTA GASIFICATION CO
                     CASE CORPORATION
 1 NDD006175467
 2 NDD000716738
 3 NDD980957070
 4 NDD982591794
 5 NDD167721265
 6 NDD053426565
 7 NDD084497775
 8 NDD051439743
 9 NDD031875719
10 ND0000479071
11 NDD986267938
12 ND3571924759
13 ND4571924758
14 NDD000690594
15 NDD990872590
MANDAN
FARGO
BISMARCK
BELFIELD
FARGO
JAMESTOWN
WAHPETON
WAHPETON
WAHPETON
PEMBINA
FARGO
GRAND FORKS
MINOT
BEULAH
FARGO
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        284

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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                NORTH DAKOTA
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
16
                                                      654 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                    SITE NAME
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - FARGO
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP - BISMARCK
                     WASTE RECOVERY  SERVICES INC
                     GRAND FORKS  AIR FORCE BASE
                     MINOT AIR FORCE BASE
FARGO
BISMARCK
BELFIELD
GRAND FORKS
MINOT
  NOTE:
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                      285

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                                                 NORTH DAKOTA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
                                                                     0
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  INCINERATION
  LANDFILL
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  INCINERATION
  LANDFILL
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       286

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                                            NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                               NORTH DAKOTA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:            264 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         1,547 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                         OHIO
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):    1,271
      1 OHD042157644
      2 OHD004234480
      3 OHD005048947
      4 OHD005108477
      5 OHD004341509
      6 OHD004228003
      7 OHD980613541
      8 OHD093945293
      9 OHD004465100
     10 OHD001926740
     11 OHD980681571
     12 OHD004157418
     13 OHR000025635
     14 OHD048415665
     15 OHD987054657
     16 OHD004172623
     17 OHR000002279
     18 OHD020273819
     19 OHD980587364
     20 OHD980897656
     21 OHD016077802
     22 OHD032271975
     23 OHD048782049
     24 OHD004218673
     25 OHD004379970
     26 OHR000007773
     27 OHD043736644
     28 OHR000019794
     29 OHD083377010
     30 OHD004304689
     31 OHD004178612
     32 OHD005057542
     33 OHD076796887
     34 OHD000724088
     35 OHD005051826
     36 OHD004343117
     37 OHD087433744
     38 OHD986988954
     39 OHD046430328
     40 OHD005041843
     41 OHD046203774
     42 OHT400010815
     43 OHD000816629
     44 OHD000721803
     45 OHD004495545
     46 OHD004855292
     47 OHD000817114
     48 OHD004460143
     49 OHD020626669
     50 OHD004233003
SITE NAME

BP CHEMICALS INC
AK STEEL CORPORATION MIDDLETOWN WORKS
SYSTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CORP
ARISTECH CHEMICAL CORPORATION
CYTEC INDUSTRIES INC
REPUBLIC ENG STEELS CANTON PLANT
VON ROLL AMERICA, INC.
CWM RESOURCE RECOVERY INC
TIMKEN COMPANY
HUKILL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
NORTH EAST CHEMICAL CORP.
ARMCO INC MANSFIELD OPERATIONS
DOMINION HOMES, INC.
ROSS INCINERATION SERVICES INC
AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INC.
LUBRIZOL CORPORATION
NORTH STAR BHP STEEL LLC
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF OHIO INC
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP. - HEBRON
CHEMICAL SOLVENTS INC.
NORTH STAR STEEL OHIO
MARION STEEL COMPANY
MIDWEST GUARDIAN INC.
LTV STEEL CO INC CLEVELAND EAST
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM CORPORATION
CSC LTD
THOMSON CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INC
DESHLER LEAD SITE (STEWART PROPERTY)
ENVIRONMENTAL ENTERPRISES INC
PPG INDUSTRIES INC
RESEARCH OIL COMPANY
BP OIL CO - TOLEDO REFINERY
BASF CORPORATION
EAGLEBROOK INC
BP OIL CO - LIMA REFINERY
SHELL CHEMICAL COMPANY
CECOS INTERNATIONAL
M.A. HARRISON MFG CO INC
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO COLUMBUS PLANT
DUPONT AP TOLEDO PLANT
LTV STEEL CO INC CLEVELAND WEST
TECHNEGLAS INC
SPRING GROVE RESOURCE RECOVERY INC
ISP FINE CHEMICALS INC
INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY CAPITAL CO OF OHIO
QUALITY CHEMICALS INC
BEAZER EAST INC
PPG INDUSTRIES
FORD MOTOR COMPANY OHIO ASSEMBLY PLANT
BAYER CORPORATION - POLYMERS DIVISION
LIMA
MIDDLETOWN
PAULDING
HAVERHILL
MARIETTA
CANTON
EAST LIVERPOOL
WEST CARROLLTON
CANTON
BEDFORD
CLEVELAND
MANSFIELD
GALLOWAY
GRAF TON
LIMA
PAINESVILLE
DELTA
VICKERY
HEBRON
CLEVELAND
YOUNGSTOWN
MARION
WAPAKONETA
CLEVELAND
HANNIBAL
WARREN
CIRCLEVILLE
DESHLER
CINCINNATI
CIRCLEVILLE
CLEVELAND
OREGON
GREENVILLE
CLEVELAND
LIMA
BELPRE
WILLIAMSBURG
BIRMINGHAM
COLUMBUS
TOLEDO
CLEVELAND
COLUMBUS
CINCINNATI
COLUMBUS
MARYSVILLE
DAYTON
TOLEDO
CLEVELAND
AVON LAKE
ADDYSTON
,702
.303
.765
,360
. 865
.568
,771
,750
,172
,069
,044
,017
. 673
,599
,354
.312
.235
,103
,071
,040
,702
,604
,571
,557
,414
,346
,344
,323
,268
,128
,091
. 073
,008
,948
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       OHIO
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                           LISTED CODES
HAS MORE THAN  ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS  OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                            HAS AN F CODE
                                            HAS A K CODE
                                            HAS A P CODE
                                            HAS A U CODE
                                            TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/  AT  LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER  LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        289

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                                                        OHIO
                                               1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                      52
                                                 1,739,368 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES, 1997

                      SITE  NAME
                      BP  CHEMICALS  INC
                      ENVIROSAFE  SERVICES OF OHIO INC
                      WASTE  MANAGEMENT OF OHIO INC
                      LAFARGE  CORPORATION
                      SYSTECH  ENVIRONMENTAL CORP
                      VON ROLL AMERICA,  INC.
                      ARISTECH CHEMICAL  CORPORATION
                      SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP. - HEBRON
                      HUKILL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      ROSS INCINERATION  SERVICES INC
                      CWM RESOURCE  RECOVERY INC
                      PPG INDUSTRIES INC
                      RESEARCH OIL  COMPANY
                      NORTH  EAST  CHEMICAL CORP.
                      CHEMICAL SOLVENTS  INC.
                      REPUBLIC ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
                      LUBRIZOL CORPORATION
                      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTERPRISES INC
                      WCI STEEL INC
                      SPRING GROVE  RESOURCE RECOVERY INC
                      BAYER  CORPORATION  - POLYMERS DIVISION
                      CHEMTRON CORP.
                      DOW CHEMICAL  CO HANGING ROCK PLANT
                      AZTEC  PEROXIDES INC.
                      US  DOE FERNALD ENV MGMT PROJECT
OHD042157644
OHD045243706
OHD020273819
OHD987048733
OHD005048947
OHD980613541
OHD005108477
OHD980587364
OHD001926740
OHD048415665
OHD093945293
OHD004304689
OHD004178612
OHD980681571
OHD980897656
OHD055522429
OHD004172623
OHD083377010
OHD060409521
OHD000816629
OHD004233003
OHD066060609
OHD039128913
OHD046202602
OH6890008976
LIMA
OREGON
VICKERY
PAULDING
PAULDING
EAST LIVERPOOL
HAVERHILL
HEBRON
BEDFORD
GRAF TON
WEST CARROLLTON
CIRCLEVILLE
CLEVELAND
CLEVELAND
CLEVELAND
BEDFORD
PAINESVILLE
CINCINNATI
WARREN
CINCINNATI
ADDYSTON
AVON
IRONTON
ELYRIA
FERNALD
1,001,101
  213,669
  126,722
   56,247
   53,557
   47,847
   43,408
   36,836
   34,442
   26,560
   26,163
   13,369
   13,249
   12,039
    7,539
    7,157
    6, 885
    4,278
    3,320
    2,453
    1,688
      457
      349
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                                               QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED   OF
                                                               (TONS)     QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
                              4
                             10
                              4
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  LANDFILL
  FUEL BLENDING
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                 4.0
                             10
                              4
                                       12
                                       28.0
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  LANDFILL
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                             10
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                         OHIO
                                                 1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                               1,165
13
                                                     563,706 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      SYSTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CORP
                      CWM RESOURCE RECOVERY INC
                      CYTEC INDUSTRIES INC
                      REPUBLIC ENG STEELS CANTON PLANT
                      NORTH EAST CHEMICAL CORP.
                      VON ROLL AMERICA, INC.
                      TIMKEN COMPANY
                      AK STEEL CORPORATION MIDDLETOWN WORKS
                      HUKILL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      ARMCO INC MANSFIELD OPERATIONS
                      DOMINION HOMES, INC.
                      AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.  - HEBRON
                      ROSS INCINERATION SERVICES INC
                      NORTH STAR BHP STEEL LLC
                      CHEMICAL SOLVENTS INC.
                      ARISTECH CHEMICAL CORPORATION
                      NORTH STAR STEEL OHIO
                      MARION STEEL COMPANY
                      MIDWEST GUARDIAN INC.
                      LTV STEEL CO INC CLEVELAND EAST
                      CSC LTD
                      DESHLER LEAD SITE (STEWART PROPERTY)
                      THOMSON CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INC
                      SPRING GROVE RESOURCE RECOVERY INC
                      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTERPRISES INC
                      RESEARCH OIL COMPANY
                      BASF CORPORATION
                      BP OIL CO - TOLEDO REFINERY
                      ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM CORPORATION
                      CHEMTRON CORP.
                      EAGLEBROOK INC
                      SHELL CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      BP OIL CO - LIMA REFINERY
                      CECOS INTERNATIONAL
                      M.A. HARRISON MFG CO INC
                      SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO COLUMBUS PLANT
                      DUPONT AP TOLEDO PLANT
                      LTV STEEL CO INC CLEVELAND WEST
                      TECHNEGLAS INC
                      PERMA-FIX OF DAYTON
                      INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY CAPITAL CO OF OHIO
                      ISP FINE CHEMICALS INC
                      QUALITY CHEMICALS INC
                      BEAZER EAST INC
                      PPG INDUSTRIES
                      FORD MOTOR COMPANY OHIO ASSEMBLY PLANT
                      PPG INDUSTRIES INC
                      FERRO CORPORATION POLYMER ADDITIVES DIV
                      PPG INDUSTRIES OHIO, INC.
OHD005048947
OHD093945293
OHD004341509
OHD004228003
OHD980681571
OHD980613541
OHD004465100
OHD004234480
OHD001926740
OHD004157418
OHR000025635
OHD987054657
OHD980587364
OHD048415665
OHR000002279
OHD980897656
OHD005108477
OHD016077802
OHD032271975
OHD048782049
OHD004218673
OHR000007773
OHR000019794
OHD043736644
OHD000816629
OHD083377010
OHD004178612
OHD076796887
OHD005057542
OHD004379970
OHD066060609
OHD000724088
OHD004343117
OHD005051826
OHD087433744
OHD986988954
OHD046430328
OHD005041843
OHD046203774
OHT400010815
OHD004274031
OHD004495545
OHD000721803
OHD004855292
OHD000817114
OHD004460143
OHD020626669
OHD004304689
OHD004161410
OHD004347308
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
PAULDING
WEST CARROLLTON
MARIETTA
CANTON
CLEVELAND
EAST LIVERPOOL
CANTON
MIDDLETOWN
BEDFORD
MANSFIELD
GALLOWAY
LIMA
HEBRON
GRAF TON
DELTA
CLEVELAND
HAVERHILL
YOUNGSTOWN
MARION
WAPAKONETA
CLEVELAND
WARREN
DESHLER
CIRCLEVILLE
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND
GREENVILLE
OREGON
HANNIBAL
AVON
CLEVELAND
BELPRE
LIMA
WILLIAMSBURG
BIRMINGHAM
COLUMBUS
TOLEDO
CLEVELAND
COLUMBUS
DAYTON
MARYSVILLE
COLUMBUS
DAYTON
TOLEDO
CLEVELAND
AVON LAKE
CIRCLEVILLE
WALTON HILLS
DELAWARE
61,061
34,230
33,503
25,432
21,224
21,138
16,760
16,588
16,128
12,425
12,000
 9, 629
 9,587
 9,425
 8,702
 8,343
 7,099
 6,865
 6,568
 5,771
 5,750
 5,069
 5,017
 4,951
 4,510
 4,479
 4,431
 4,411
 4,282
 3,897
 3,697
 3,103
 3,057
 2,998
 2,702
 2,604
 2,571
 2,557
 2,414
 2,346
 2,333
 2,268
 2,266
 2,128
 2,091
 2,037
 2,008
 1,960
 1,956
 1,909
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                        OHIO
                                                 1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                  25
16
                                                     693,041 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS, 1997

                      SITE  NAME
      1 OHD045243706
      2 OHD020273819
      3 OHD987048733
      4 OHD005048947
      5 OHD980613541
      6 OHD980587364
      7 OHD001926740
      8 OHD093945293
      9 OHD048415665
     10 OHD980681571
     11 OHD004178612
     12 OHD004304689
     13 OHD055522429
     14 OHD980897656
     15 OHD000816629
     16 OHD066060609
     17 OHD060409521
     18 OHD083377010
     19 OHD004274031
     20 OHD980568992
     21 OHD080158702
     22 OH7571724312
     23 OHD000817346
     24 OH6890008976
     25 OHD052937885
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF OHIO INC
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF OHIO INC
LAFARGE CORPORATION
SYSTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CORP
VON ROLL AMERICA,  INC.
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.  - HEBRON
HUKILL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
CWM RESOURCE RECOVERY INC
ROSS INCINERATION SERVICES INC
NORTH EAST CHEMICAL CORP.
RESEARCH OIL COMPANY
PPG INDUSTRIES INC
REPUBLIC ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
CHEMICAL SOLVENTS INC.
SPRING GROVE RESOURCE RECOVERY INC
CHEMTRON CORP.
WCI STEEL INC
ENVIRONMENTAL ENTERPRISES INC
PERMA-FIX OF DAYTON
ENVIRITE OF OHIO,  INC.
DETREX CORPORATION  - EC & ES DIVISION
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE BASE  AREA
DELPHI PACKARD ELECTRIC SYSTEMS
US DOE FERNALD ENV  MGMT PROJECT
CHEMICAL SOLVENTS INC.
OREGON
VICKERY
PAULDING
PAULDING
EAST LIVERPOOL
HEBRON
BEDFORD
WEST CARROLLTON
GRAF TON
CLEVELAND
CLEVELAND
CIRCLEVILLE
BEDFORD
CLEVELAND
CINCINNATI
AVON
WARREN
CINCINNATI
DAYTON
CANTON
EUCLID
WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB
WARREN
FERNALD
CLEVELAND
213,385
120,221
 56,247
 53,557
 47,718
 36,842
 35,598
 28,878
 26,136
 13,786
 13,309
 10,756
  8,652
  7,994
  6,358
  4,157
  3,320
  3,213
  2,100
    767
     30
      8
      6
      2
      n
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE  FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                        OHIO
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE  RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR  REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER  OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                               1
                               4
                               1
                              10
                               4
                               1
                               2
19  MANAGEMENT  METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE  RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND  INJECTION
  FUEL BLENDING
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR  REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                              10
                               4
                               5
                               1
                               4
                               1
                               1

                              19
                  21.1
20  MANAGEMENT  METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY  NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE  RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND  INJECTION
  LANDFILL
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR  REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE  AS  FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                  . b
                              10
                               5
                               4
                               4
                               2
                               1
                               1
                               1
                               1

                              19
  NOTE:   FACILITIES  REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE  MULTIPLE HANDLING
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     OHIO


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:        428,011 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:        312,603 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                     OKLAHOMA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      144
                                                      315,296 TONS
      1 OKD000829440
      2 OKD007219181
      3 OKD074274333
      4 OK1571724391
      5 OKD007218167
      6 OKD065436180
      7 OKD072424104
      8 OKD058078775
      9 OKD089761290
     10 OK6213822798
     11 OKD007158454
     12 OKD007233836
     13 OKD000815001
     14 OKD053959326
     15 OKD082565714
     16 OKD099714354
     17 OKD079986568
     18 OKD001824564
     19 OKD000803601
     20 OKD032963530
     21 OKD096646666
     22 OKD020721098
     23 OKD043440999
     24 OKT410010797
     25 OKD061631354
     26 OKD072401045
     27 OKD000632737
     28 OKD990750150
     29 OKD981909849
     30 OKD007188097
     31 OKD990696890
     32 OKD062267448
     33 OKD007224710
     34 OKD007207129
     35 OKD981908395
     36 OKD987072006
     37 OKD007218340
     38 OK0000118851
     39 OKD987095304
     40 OKR000001172
     41 OKD007192719
     42 OKD094029063
     43 OKD065438376
     44 OKD057705972
     45 OKD080578982
     46 OKD980877856
     47 OKD007469042
     48 OKD982560609
     49 OKD055943286
     50 OKD990751059
SITE NAME

ZINC CORPORATION OF AMERICA
SHEFFIELD STEEL CORPORATION
MOORE BUSINESS FORMS/DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS
U.S. AIR FORCE TINKER AFB
N. AMERICA GALVANIZING, TULSA #1
NATIONAL STANDARD COMPANY
BAKER PETROLITE
SUN COMPANY INC
GREENWAY ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
EAGLE-PICHER IND.,  INC., EOM DEPT.
CONOCO INC. (PONCA CITY REFINERY/SITE)
N. AMERICAN GALVANIZING #2 TULSA
WEBCO INDUSTRIES, SOUTHWEST TUBE DIV.
GENERAL MOTORS (OKC PLANT)
OKLAHOMA STEEL AND WIRE CO., INC.
XEROX CORP. OKC MANUFACTURING SITE
AMERICAN AIRLINES M&E  CENTER
PHILLIPS RESEARCH CENTER
MADEWELL & MADEWELL, INC.
HILTI INDUSTRIES
DELTA FAUCET OF OKLAHOMA
ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES
REINFORCING SERVICES, INC.
CROSBY GROUP (MCKISSICK PLANT), THE
FORD MOTOR COMPANY, TULSA GLASS PLANT
HYDROCARBON RECYCLERS DBA USPCI
CENTRAL FOREST PRODUCTS
KING AEROSPACE
SOUTHWESTERN WIRE,  INC.
CAMROSE TECHNOLOGIES, L.L.C.
IMATION ENTERPRISES CORPORATION
BALL-FOSTER GLASS CONTAINER
GEMINI COATINGS,  INC.
U.N.A.R.C.O. COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS
NORIT AMERICAS INC. PRYOR PLANT
SOUTHWEST UNITED INDUSTRIES, INC.
DEEPWATER CHEMICALS, INC.
BRENT INDUSTRIES, INC.
OKLAHOMA GALVANIZING INC.
ALLIED MATERIALS CORPORATION
KWIKSET CORPORATION
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC LONE
TOTAL PETROLEUM,  INC., ARDMORE REFINERY
NORDAM-MANUFACTURING DIVISION
DANA CORPORATION
MODERN PLATING COMPANY
GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE
GRAPHIC ELECTRONICS
ZAPATA INDUSTRIES,  INC.
BARTLESVILLE
SAND SPRINGS
STILLWATER
TINKER AFB
TULSA
STILLWATER
SAND SPRINGS
TULSA
HASKELL
MCALESTER
QUAPAW
PONCA CITY
TULSA
SAND SPRINGS
OKLAHOMA CITY
MADILL
MUSTANG
TULSA
BARTLESVILLE
JONES
TULSA
CHICKASHA
STILLWATER
CATOOSA
TULSA
TULSA
TULSA
HUGO
ARDMORE
NORMAN
ADA
WEATHERFORD
SAPULPA
EL RENO
WAGONER
PRYOR
TULSA
WOODWARD
BARTESVILLE
CLAREMORE
STROUD
BRISTOW
WAYNOKA
ARDMORE
TULSA
VINITA
TULSA
BETHANY
TULSA
MUSKOGEE
  TOTAL
270,284
  6,794
  4,284
  3,886
  2,646
  2,360
  2,288
  1,942
  1,791
  1,717
  1,581
  1,459
  1,117
    769
    720
    664
    649
    526
    522
    497
    413
    402
    392
    376
    370
    337
    326
    305
    289
    268
    230
    205
    178
    176
    176
    175
    173
    171
    169
    165
    162
    148
    116
    114
    114
    108
    103
     91
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   OKLAHOMA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN  ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   OKLAHOMA
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF  RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                      41
                                                  405,898 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     ZINC CORPORATION  OF AMERICA
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC LONE
                     PERMA-FIX TREATMENT SERVICES, INC.
                     GREENWAY ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
                     TRICAT,  INC.
                     NORIT AMERICAS  INC. PRYOR PLANT
                     MCALESTER ARMY  AMMUNITION PLANT
                     AMERICAN AIRLINES M&E  CENTER
                     EAGLE-PICHER  IND., INC., EOM DEPT.
                     U.S. AIR FORCE  TINKER AFB
                     HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES  (DUNCAN)
 1 OKD000829440
 2 OKD065438376
 3 OKD000402396
 4 OKD089761290
 5 OKD987097151
 6 OKD987072006
 7 OK6213822798
 8 OKD001824564
 9 OKD007158454
10 OK1571724391
11 OKD000814228
BARTLESVILLE
WAYNOKA
TULSA
HASKELL
MCALESTER
PRYOR
MCALESTER
TULSA
QUAPAW
TINKER AFB
DUNCAN
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        298

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                                                   OKLAHOMA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMIt-
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                               QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
                  .1
                                                                                            11
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMME
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  INCINERATION
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / F
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
                                                                                            11
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY  NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  INCINERATION
  SLUDGE TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                            11
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        299

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                                                     OKLAHOMA
                                                 1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 139
13
                                                      48,137 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      SHEFFIELD STEEL CORPORATION
                      GREENWAY ENVIRONMENTAL,  INC.
                      U.S. AIR FORCE TINKER AFB
                      MOORE BUSINESS FORMS/DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS
                      NATIONAL STANDARD COMPANY
                      BAKER PETROLITE
                      SUN COMPANY INC
                      BALL-FOSTER GLASS CONTAINER
                      EAGLE-PICHER IND.,  INC.,  EOM DEPT.
                      CONOCO INC. (PONCA CITY REFINERY/SITE)
                      SAFETY-KLEEN (WHEATLAND)
                      ZINC CORPORATION OF AMERICA
                      MADEWELL & MADEWELL, INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.  - TULSA, OK
                      PERMA-FIX TREATMENT SERVICES, INC.
                      WEBCO INDUSTRIES, SOUTHWEST TUBE DIV.
                      N.  AMERICA GALVANIZING,  TULSA #1
                      GENERAL MOTORS (OKC PLANT)
                      OKLAHOMA STEEL AND WIRE CO., INC.
                      XEROX CORP. OKC MANUFACTURING SITE
                      PHILLIPS RESEARCH CENTER
                      MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
                      HILTI INDUSTRIES
                      DELTA FAUCET OF OKLAHOMA
                      REINFORCING SERVICES, INC.
                      CROSBY GROUP (MCKISSICK PLANT), THE
                      FORD MOTOR COMPANY, TULSA GLASS PLANT
                      HYDROCARBON RECYCLERS DBA USPCI
                      CENTRAL FOREST PRODUCTS
                      KING AEROSPACE
                      AMERICAN AIRLINES M&E  CENTER
                      SOUTHWESTERN WIRE,  INC.
                      CAMROSE TECHNOLOGIES, L.L.C.
                      IMATION ENTERPRISES CORPORATION
                      U.N.A.R.C.O. COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS
                      SOUTHWEST UNITED INDUSTRIES, INC.
                      DEEPWATER CHEMICALS, INC.
                      BRENT INDUSTRIES, INC.
                      OKLAHOMA GALVANIZING INC.
                      ALLIED MATERIALS CORPORATION
                      ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES
                      KWIKSET CORPORATION
                      TOTAL PETROLEUM,  INC., ARDMORE REFINERY
                      NORDAM-MANUFACTURING DIVISION
                      HARDAGE SUPERFUND SITE
                      DANA CORPORATION
                      MODERN PLATING COMPANY
                      GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE
                      GRAPHIC ELECTRONICS
                      ZAPATA INDUSTRIES,  INC.
 1 OKD007219181
 2 OKD089761290
 3 OK1571724391
 4 OKD074274333
 5 OKD065436180
 6 OKD072424104
 7 OKD058078775
 8 OKD007224710
 9 OKD007158454
10 OKD007233836
11 OKD980878474
12 OKD000829440
13 OKD032963530
14 OKD000763821
15 OKD000402396
16 OKD053959326
17 OKD007218167
18 OKD082565714
19 OKD099714354
20 OKD079986568
21 OKD000803601
22 OK6213822798
23 OKD096646666
24 OKD020721098
25 OKT410010797
26 OKD061631354
27 OKD072401045
28 OKD000632737
29 OKD990750150
30 OKD981909849
31 OKD001824564
32 OKD007188097
33 OKD990696890
34 OKD062267448
35 OKD981908395
36 OKD007218340
37 OK0000118851
38 OKD987095304
39 OKR000001172
40 OKD007192719
41 OKD043440999
42 OKD094029063
43 OKD057705972
44 OKD080578982
45 OKD987087913
46 OKD980877856
47 OKD007469042
48 OKD982560609
49 OKD055943286
50 OKD990751059
  TOTAL
SAND SPRINGS
HASKELL
TINKER AFB
STILLWATER
STILLWATER
SAND SPRINGS
TULSA
SAPULPA
QUAPAW
PONCA CITY
OKLAHOMA CITY
BARTLESVILLE
JONES
TULSA
TULSA
SAND SPRINGS
TULSA
OKLAHOMA CITY
MADILL
MUSTANG
BARTLESVILLE
MCALESTER
TULSA
CHICKASHA
CATOOSA
TULSA
TULSA
TULSA
HUGO
ARDMORE
TULSA
NORMAN
ADA
WEATHERFORD
WAGONER
TULSA
WOODWARD
BARTESVILLE
CLAREMORE
STROUD
STILLWATER
BRISTOW
ARDMORE
TULSA
LINDSAY
VINITA
TULSA
BETHANY
TULSA
MUSKOGEE
6,794
5,328
3,871
2, 538
2,360
2,288
1,942
1,756
1,581
1,459
1,287
1,117
1,090
  947
  795
  769
  765
  720
  664
  649
  488
  439
  413
  402
  376
  370
  337
  326
  305
  289
  280
  268
  230
  205
  176
  173
  171
  167
  165
  162
  159
  131
  114
  114
  111
  108
  103
   91
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                   OKLAHOMA
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
16
                                                    136,481  TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC LONE
                     PERMA-FIX TREATMENT SERVICES,  INC.
                     GREENWAY ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
                     TRICAT,  INC.
                     NORIT AMERICAS  INC. PRYOR PLANT
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  (WHEATLAND)
                     SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP. - TULSA,  OK
                     HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES (DUNCAN)
                     PHILLIPS RESEARCH CENTER
1 OKD065438376
2 OKD000402396
3 OKD089761290
4 OKD987097151
5 OKD987072006
6 OKD980878474
7 OKD000763821
8 OKD000814228
WAYNOKA
TULSA
HASKELL
MCALESTER
PRYOR
OKLAHOMA CITY
TULSA
DUNCAN
BARTLESVILLE
  TOTAL
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        301

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                                                    OKLAHOMA
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LAND TREATMENT  / APPLICATION / FARMING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
263
3,069
1
2,293
197
PERCENTA
OF
QUANTITY

2

1

GE
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
.2 1
. 3 2
.0 1
.7 2
.1 1
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
16.7
33.3
16.7
33.3
16.7
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  INCINERATION
  LAND TREATMENT  / APPLICATION / FARMING

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                50.1
                41.1
                 4.4
                 2.3
                 1.7

                  .1
                  .0
                   n
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  STABILIZATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  LAND TREATMENT  / APPLICATION / FARMING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  SLUDGE TREATMENT

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        302

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                                                 OKLAHOMA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        126,313 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         35,013 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                      OREGON
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      203
                                                       49,877 TONS
      1 ORD045776432
      2 ORD009106055
      3 OR6213820917
      4 ORD980725592
      5 ORQ000005322
      6 ORD981764707
      7 ORD041265372
      8 ORQ000007286
      9 ORD049376189
     10 ORD981773377
     11 ORD050955848
     12 ORD089452353
     13 ORD000602110
     14 ORD054964481
     15 ORD980987382
     16 ORD009022682
     17 ORD980980353
     18 ORD060591963
     19 ORD987187952
     20 ORD018216887
     21 ORD000773937
     22 ORD981766124
     23 ORD982656076
     24 ORD009020231
     25 ORD085979474
     26 ORD009027970
     27 OR0000940692
     28 ORD180761934
     29 ORD052221025
     30 ORD003991478
     31 ORD009038761
     32 ORD009032400
     33 ORD981770761
     34 ORD009049107
     35 ORD081182180
     36 ORQ000004705
     37 ORD987201472
     38 ORD987195088
     39 ORD010736262
     40 ORD990659492
     41 ORD009042532
     42 ORQ000007641
     43 ORD063427306
     44 ORD009227398
     45 ORD009020470
     46 ORD003992518
     47 ORD091296756
     48 ORD027750645
     49 ORD009024613
     50 ORD009759085
SITE NAME

CASCADE STEEL ROLLING MILLS INC
OREGON STEEL MILLS INC
USA UMATILLA CHEMICAL DEPOT
MERIX CORP
TRIQUINT SEMICONDUCTOR INC
NORTHWEST ALUMINUM COMPANY
IMATION ENTERPRISES CORP
FORT JAMES CORP RAINIER SAWMILL
PRAEGITZER INDUSTRIES INC
YAMAMOTO MFG USA INC
WAH CHANG
CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT OF THE NW
FREIGHTLINER CORP TRUCK MFG PLANT
BOEING OF PORTLAND
PRAEGITZER INDUSTRIES INC
HMT TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
WESTAR OF OREGON
INTEL CORPORATION ALOHA CAMPUS
SCHNITZER INVESTMENT CORP
EAST SIDE PLATING INC PLANTS 1 & 3
PCC STRUCTURALS INC SSBO
SAFETY KLEEN SYSTEMS INC 7-148-01
ANODIZING INC COATING DIV
TEKTRONIX INC BEAVERTON CAMPUS
SYNTHETECH INC
PCC STRUCTURALS INC LPC
INTEGRATED DEVICE TECHNOLOGY INC
CASCADE GENERAL INC
LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
FREIGHTLINER CORP PORTLAND PARTS PLANT
OREGON METALLURGICAL CORPORATION
J H BAXTER & CO EUGENE
ENTER INTERNATIONAL LLC
EAST SIDE PLATING INC PLANT 4
HEWLETT PACKARD COMPANY
YAMHILL COUNTY TARGET RANGE
MATSUSHITA ELECTRONIC MATERIALS INC
OHKA AMERICA INC
BLOUNT INC OREGON CUTTING SYSTEMS DIV
RHONE POULENC
TAYLOR LUMBER & TREATING INC
COOS COUNTY BEAVER HILL DISPOSAL SITE
FORREST PAINT CO
VAN WATERS & ROGERS INC
RODDA PAINT CORPORATION
ELECTRONIC CONTROLS DESIGN INC
SCHROCK CABINET CO DIV WHITE CO
CONTAINER MANAGEMENT SERVICES LLC
CROWN CORK & SEAL CO PLANT 87
CARLTON COMPANY
MCMINNVILLE
PORTLAND
HERMISTON
FOREST GROVE
HILLSBORO
THE DALLES
WHITE CITY
RAINIER
DALLAS
BEAVERTON
ALBANY
ARLINGTON
PORTLAND
PORTLAND
WHITE CITY
EUGENE
FOREST GROVE
ALOHA
PORTLAND
PORTLAND
CLACKAMAS
CLACKAMAS
PORTLAND
BEAVERTON
ALBANY
PORTLAND
HILLSBORO
PORTLAND
THE DALLES
PORTLAND
ALBANY
EUGENE
LEBANON
PORTLAND
CORVALLIS
AMITY
FOREST GROVE
HILLSBORO
MILWAUKIE
PORTLAND
SHERIDAN
COQUILLE
EUGENE
PORTLAND
PORTLAND
MULINO
HILLSBORO
PORTLAND
PORTLAND
MILWAUKIE
11,021
 7,205
 3,924
 3,753
 3,381
 2,948
 2,879
 1,975
   918
   874
   871
   836
   815
   782
   497
   413
   300
   296
   295
   233
   219
   214
   204
   203
   203
   203
   196
   179
   179
   151
   129
   117
   117
   113
   106
   103
   102
    90
    87
    83
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    OREGON
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY  APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY  HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        305

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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                   OREGON
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                32,150 TONS
  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                    OREGON
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED    OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER  DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  LANDFILL
  OTHER  DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO  TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       OREGON
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 192
13
                                                      39,784 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      CASCADE STEEL ROLLING MILLS INC
                      OREGON STEEL MILLS INC
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT OF THE NW
                      NORTHWEST ALUMINUM COMPANY
                      FORT JAMES CORP RAINIER SAWMILL
                      MERIX CORP
                      PRAEGITZER INDUSTRIES INC
                      IMATION ENTERPRISES CORP
                      BOEING OF PORTLAND
                      FREIGHTLINER CORP TRUCK MFG PLANT
                      PRAEGITZER INDUSTRIES INC
                      HMT TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
                      WESTAR OF OREGON
                      INTEL CORPORATION ALOHA CAMPUS
                      SCHNITZER INVESTMENT CORP
                      SAFETY KLEEN SYSTEMS INC
                      YAMAMOTO MFG USA INC
                      EAST SIDE PLATING INC PLANTS 1 & 3
                      SAFETY KLEEN SYSTEMS INC 7-148-01
                      TEKTRONIX INC BEAVERTON CAMPUS
                      ANODIZING INC COATING DIV
                      SYNTHETECH INC
                      PCC STRUCTURALS INC LPC
                      INTEGRATED DEVICE TECHNOLOGY INC
                      CASCADE GENERAL INC
                      LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
                      PCC STRUCTURALS INC SSBO
                      FREIGHTLINER CORP PORTLAND PARTS PLANT
                      OREGON METALLURGICAL CORPORATION
                      J H BAXTER & CO EUGENE
                      EAST SIDE PLATING INC PLANT 4
                      HEWLETT PACKARD COMPANY
                      YAMHILL COUNTY TARGET RANGE
                      MATSUSHITA ELECTRONIC MATERIALS INC
                      WAH CHANG
                      OHKA AMERICA INC
                      BLOUNT INC OREGON CUTTING SYSTEMS DIV
                      RHONE POULENC
                      TAYLOR LUMBER & TREATING INC
                      COOS COUNTY BEAVER HILL DISPOSAL SITE
                      VAN WATERS & ROGERS INC
                      CONTAINER MANAGEMENT SERVICES LLC
                      CROWN CORK & SEAL CO PLANT 87
                      CARLTON COMPANY
                      SCHROCK CABINET CO DIV WHITE CO
                      FORREST PAINT CO
                      CONTINENTAL BRASS CO
                      ELECTRONIC CONTROLS DESIGN INC
                      CONTAINER MANAGEMENT SERVICES LLC
                      BRITE SOL SERVICES INC
 1 ORD045776432
 2 ORD009106055
 3 ORD089452353
 4 ORD981764707
 5 ORQ000007286
 6 ORD980725592
 7 ORD049376189
 8 ORD041265372
 9 ORD054964481
10 ORD000602110
11 ORD980987382
12 ORD009022682
13 ORD980980353
14 ORD060591963
15 ORD987187952
16 ORD000712067
17 ORD981773377
18 ORD018216887
19 ORD981766124
20 ORD009020231
21 ORD982656076
22 ORD085979474
23 ORD009027970
24 OR0000940692
25 ORD180761934
26 ORD052221025
27 ORD000773937
28 ORD003991478
29 ORD009038761
30 ORD009032400
31 ORD009049107
32 ORD081182180
33 ORQ000004705
34 ORD987201472
35 ORD050955848
36 ORD987195088
37 ORD010736262
38 ORD990659492
39 ORD009042532
40 ORQ000007641
41 ORD009227398
42 ORD027750645
43 ORD009024613
44 ORD009759085
45 ORD091296756
46 ORD063427306
47 ORD980738306
48 ORD003992518
49 ORD991281619
50 ORD000773960
MCMINNVILLE
PORTLAND
ARLINGTON
THE DALLES
RAINIER
FOREST GROVE
DALLAS
WHITE CITY
PORTLAND
PORTLAND
WHITE CITY
EUGENE
FOREST GROVE
ALOHA
PORTLAND
SPRINGFIELD
BEAVERTON
PORTLAND
CLACKAMAS
BEAVERTON
PORTLAND
ALBANY
PORTLAND
HILLSBORO
PORTLAND
THE DALLES
CLACKAMAS
PORTLAND
ALBANY
EUGENE
PORTLAND
CORVALLIS
AMITY
FOREST GROVE
ALBANY
HILLSBORO
MILWAUKIE
PORTLAND
SHERIDAN
COQUILLE
PORTLAND
PORTLAND
PORTLAND
MILWAUKIE
HILLSBORO
EUGENE
PORTLAND
MULINO
PORTLAND
PORTLAND
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                   OREGON
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
                                                   31,338 TONS



17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997


   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME                               CITY
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO  ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                     OREGON
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
13
8,708
21,516
1,102
PERCENTA
OF

QUANTITY





27
68
3
GE
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
.0 1
.8 1
.7 1
.5 1
PERCENTAGE
OF

FACILITIES




50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
21,516
8,708
1,102
13
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
68 . 7
27.8
3 . 5
.0

NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
1
1
1
1
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   OREGON


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         24,890  TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         28,885  TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                   PENNSYLVANIA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):    1,042
                                                      370,024 TONS
      1 PAD002312791
      2 PAD990753089
      3 PAD002326908
      4 PAD003026531
      5 PAD053676631
      6 PAD004325254
      7 PAD987382108
      8 PAD004335154
      9 PAD002330165
     10 PAD000606285
     11 PAR000000307
     12 PAD087561015
     13 PAD002292068
     14 PAD000651752
     15 PAD002289700
     16 PAD003043353
     17 PAD030069140
     18 PAD004372363
     19 PAD000766063
     20 PAD042094938
     21 PAR000012161
     22 PAD980550412
     23 PAD004334157
     24 PAD981109135
     25 PAD004322509
     26 PAD079181186
     27 PAD002344315
     28 PAD073613663
     29 PAD004335485
     30 PA6213820503
     31 PAD004328548
     32 PAD002330074
     33 PAD056771405
     34 PAD061106209
     35 PAD042259374
     36 PAD000650366
     37 PAD980550594
     38 PAD004336319
     39 PAD058977190
     40 PAD000436261
     41 PAD014130439
     42 PAD982662611
     43 PAD004340444
     44 PAD002327708
     45 PAD004329835
     46 PAD981740731
     47 PAD002399285
     48 PAD041399403
     49 PAD045767449
     50 PAD001882372
SITE NAME

ALLI EDSIGNAL INC FRANKFORD
GENERAL BATTERY CORP READING COMPLEX
LUKENS INC COATESVILLE FAC
BETHLEHEM STEEL STEELTON
PRECISION NATIONAL PLATING SRVCS INC
ARMCO INC LYNDORA
WORLDCLASS PROCESSING INC
ALLEGHENY LUDLUM BRACKENRIDGE
EAST PENN MFG CO
HERCULES INC JEFFERSON PLT
BAR TECHN JOHNSTOWN PRIMARY OP
INMETCO INC
ROHM & HAAS BRISTOL PLT
KOPPEL STEEL KOPPEL PLT
SUN CO INC POINT BREEZE PROCESSING
MERCK & CO INC CHEROKEE PLT
QUALITY CHEMICALS INC
ZINC CORP OF AMERICA MONACA
LUKENS STEEL CO HOUSTON
TECHNEGLAS INC
CAPARO STEEL CO
LONZA INC
NEVILLE CHEMICAL CO
ELLWOOD QUALITY STEEL CO
LUKENS STEEL CO WASHINGTON
GNB TECHNOLOGIES INC
CARPENTER TECHNOLOGY CORP
TONOLLI CORP CERCLA SITE
SENSUS TECHNOLOGIES INC
LETTERKENNY ARMY DEPOT
ARMCO INC SAWHILL PIPE PLT
WITCO CORP TRAINER
C&D TECHNOLOGIES INC LEOLA
STANDARD STEEL FREEDOM FORGE BURNHAM
SARTOMER CO INC
PPG IND INC COATINGS & RESINS R&D
SUN CO INC MARCUS HOOK REFINERY
PPG IND INC COATINGS & RESINS
KURZ HASTINGS INC
RUETGERS NEASE CORP
OMG AMERICAS
HSCA GIORDANO SITE
J&L SPECIALTY STEEL INC
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES READING
PENNZOIL PRODUCTS ROUSEVILLE REFINERY
KOPPERS IND IND CLAIRTON
AMERICAN NICKELOID CO
MALLINCKRODT CHEM INC CALSICAT DIV
ERIE FORGE & STEEL INC
THOMSON CONSUMER ELEC DUNMORE
PHILADELPHIA
READING
COATESVILLE
STEELTON
CLARKS SUMMIT
LYNDORA
AMBRIDGE
BRACKENRIDGE
LYON STATION
WEST ELIZABETH
JOHNSTOWN
ELLWOOD CITY
BRISTOL
KOPPEL
PHILADELPHIA
RIVERSIDE
TYRONE
MONACA
HOUSTON
PITTSTON
FARRELL
CONSHOHOCKEN
PITTSBURGH
NEW CASTLE
WASHINGTON
DUNMORE
READING
NESQUEHONING
UNIONTOWN
CHAMBERSBURG
SHARON
TRAINER
LEOLA
BURNHAM
WEST CHESTER
SPRINGDALE
MARCUS HOOK
SPRINGDALE
PHILADELPHIA
STATE COLLEGE
FRANKLIN
WILKES BARRE
MIDLAND
READING
ROUSEVILLE
CLAIRTON
WALNUTPORT
ERIE
ERIE
DUNMORE
  TOTAL
41,358
20,211
19,171
17,061
13,583
13,246
10,466
10,234
10,178
 9,352
 8,617
 7,734
 5,940
 5,312
 4,404
 4,248
 4,162
 3,884
 3,871
 3,657
 3,514
 3,488
 3,123
 3,111
 2,900
 2,859
 2,674
 2,610
 2,521
 2,485
 2,449
 2,377
 2,187
 2,122
 2,034
 1,996
 1,981
 1,965
 1,821
 1,734
 1,613
 1,513
 1,429
 1,364
 1,351
 1,210
 1,186
 1,182
 1,176
 1,147
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 PENNSYLVANIA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
ONLY A K CODE
ONLY A P CODE
ONLY A U CODE

HAS MORE THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE  MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES  MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  PENNSYLVANIA
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:
                                      63
                                                   496,136 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                      SITE NAME
                      HORSEHEAD RESOURCE DVLPT PALMERTON
                      KEYSTONE CEMENT CO
                      MILL  SERVICE INC YUKON
                      ALLIEDSIGNAL INC FRANKFORD
                      HARCROS PIGMENTS INC
                      MEDUSA CEMENT CO
                      INMETCO INC
                      WORLD RESOURCES CO
                      REPUBLIC ENVIRONMENTAL SYS PA
                      GENERAL BATTERY CORP READING COMPLEX
                      ENVIRITE CORP
                      CALGON CARBON CORP
                      HERCULES INC JEFFERSON PLT
                      ROHM  & HAAS BRISTOL PLT
                      ENVIROTROL INC DARLINGTON
                      SUN CO INC POINT BREEZE PROCESSING
                      UNITED ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP INC
                      ENVIROTROL INC BEAVER FALLS
                      LONZA INC
                      MERCK & CO INC CHEROKEE PLT
                      AERC
                      EAST  PENN MFG CO
                      El DUPONT TOWANDA
                      BETHLEHEM APPARATUS CO INC
                      SUN CO INC MARCUS HOOK REFINERY
                      BETHLEHEM APPARATUS CO INC
                      LETTERKENNY ARMY DEPOT
                      MERCK & CO INC WEST POINT
                      US DOE BETTIS ATOMOC POWER LAB
 1 PAD002395887
 2 PAD002389559
 3 PAD004835146
 4 PAD002312791
 5 PAD002391548
 6 PAD083965897
 7 PAD087561015
 8 PAD981038227
 9 PAD085690592
10 PAD990753089
11 PAD010154045
12 PAD000736942
13 PAD000606285
14 PAD002292068
15 PAD987270725
16 PAD002289700
17 PAD987283140
18 PAD980707087
19 PAD980550412
20 PAD003043353
21 PAD987367216
22 PAD002330165
23 PAD003038056
24 PAD002390961
25 PAD980550594
26 PA0000453084
27 PA6213820503
28 PAD002387926
29 PA0890090004
PALMERTON
BATH
YUKON
PHILADELPHIA
EASTON
WAMPUM
ELLWOOD CITY
POTTSVILLE
HATFIELD
READING
YORK
PITTSBURGH
WEST ELIZABETH
BRISTOL
DARLINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
SEWICKLEY
BEAVER FALLS
CONSHOHOCKEN
RIVERSIDE
ALLENTOWN
LYON STATION
TOWANDA
HELLERTOWN
MARCUS HOOK
BETHLEHEM
CHAMBERSBURG
WEST POINT
WEST MIFFLIN
109,106
 54,614
 48,284
 40,527
 40,489
 36,520
 34,496
 25,690
 23,741
 22,624
 17,710
  9,922
  9,280
  5,478
  3,396
  2,906
  2,896
  2,655
  2, 654
    960
    830
    572
    450
    126
    109
  NOTE:   COLUMNS  MAY  NOT  SUM  DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 PENNSYLVANIA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
               29.5
                             10
                              4
10
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                           10
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF  FACILITIES, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  INCINERATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   PENNSYLVANIA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                               1,009
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                     310,601 TONS
     13
     14
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
GENERAL BATTERY CORP READING COMPLEX
LUKENS INC COATESVILLE FAC
BETHLEHEM STEEL STEELTON
PRECISION NATIONAL PLATING SRVCS INC
ARMCO INC LYNDORA
WORLDCLASS PROCESSING INC
ALLEGHENY LUDLUM BRACKENRIDGE
EAST PENN MFG CO
BAR TECHN JOHNSTOWN PRIMARY OP
INMETCO INC
KOPPEL STEEL KOPPEL PLT
REPUBLIC ENVIRONMENTAL SYS PA
QUALITY CHEMICALS INC
ZINC CORP OF AMERICA MONACA
LUKENS STEEL CO HOUSTON
TECHNEGLAS INC
CAPARO STEEL CO
MERCK & CO INC CHEROKEE PLT
NEVILLE CHEMICAL CO
ELLWOOD QUALITY STEEL CO
LUKENS STEEL CO WASHINGTON
GNB TECHNOLOGIES INC
CARPENTER TECHNOLOGY CORP
TONOLLI CORP CERCLA SITE
SENSUS TECHNOLOGIES INC
LETTERKENNY ARMY DEPOT
WITCO CORP TRAINER
C&D TECHNOLOGIES INC LEOLA
STANDARD STEEL FREEDOM FORGE BURNHAM
SAFETY KLEEN WESTCHESTER
SARTOMER CO INC
PPG IND INC COATINGS & RESINS
SUN CO INC MARCUS HOOK REFINERY
REMTECH ENVIRONMENTAL LEWISBERRY INC
RUETGERS NEASE CORP
HSCA GIORDANO SITE
SUN CO INC POINT BREEZE PROCESSING
J&L SPECIALTY STEEL INC
SAFETY KLEEN NEW KINGSTOWN
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES READING
SAFETY KLEEN WEST MIFFLIN
KOPPERS IND IND CLAIRTON
MALLINCKRODT CHEM INC CALSICAT DIV
ERIE FORGE & STEEL INC
PITTSBURGH INDUSTRIAL PLATING
KURZ HASTINGS INC
BAYWAY REFINING CO TRAINER REFINERY
NSWCCD SSES PHIL NAVAL BASE
FIRSTMISS STEEL INC STONY CREEK MILL
SAFETY KLEEN ALLENTOWN
 1 PAD990753089
 2 PAD002326908
 3 PAD003026531
 4 PAD053676631
 5 PAD004325254
 6 PAD987382108
 7 PAD004335154
 8 PAD002330165
 9 PAR000000307
10 PAD087561015
11 PAD000651752
12 PAD085690592
   PAD030069140
   PAD004372363
15 PAD000766063
16 PAD042094938
17 PAR000012161
18 PAD003043353
19 PAD004334157
20 PAD981109135
21 PAD004322509
22 PAD079181186
23 PAD002344315
24 PAD073613663
25 PAD004335485
26 PA6213820503
27 PAD002330074
28 PAD056771405
29 PAD061106209
30 PAD000738849
31 PAD042259374
32 PAD004336319
33 PAD980550594
34 PAD067098822
35 PAD000436261
36 PAD982662611
37 PAD002289700
38 PAD004340444
39 PAD000738823
40 PAD002327708
41 PAD982576258
42 PAD981740731
43 PAD041399403
44 PAD045767449
45 PAD987397148
46 PAD058977190
47 PAR000015768
48 PA4170022418
49 PAD000797407
50 PAD980552020
READING
COATESVILLE
STEELTON
CLARKS SUMMIT
LYNDORA
AMBRIDGE
BRACKENRIDGE
LYON STATION
JOHNSTOWN
ELLWOOD CITY
KOPPEL
HATFIELD
TYRONE
MONACA
HOUSTON
PITTSTON
FARRELL
RIVERSIDE
PITTSBURGH
NEW CASTLE
WASHINGTON
DUNMORE
READING
NESQUEHONING
UNIONTOWN
CHAMBERSBURG
TRAINER
LEOLA
BURNHAM
WESTCHESTER
WEST CHESTER
SPRINGDALE
MARCUS HOOK
LEWISBURG
STATE COLLEGE
WILKES BARRE
PHILADELPHIA
MIDLAND
NEW KINGSTOWN
READING
WEST MIFFLIN
CLAIRTON
ERIE
ERIE
PITTSBURGH
PHILADELPHIA
TRAINER
PHILADELPHIA
HOLLSOPPLE
ALLENTOWN
20,211
19,171
17,061
13,583
13,246
10,466
10,189
 9, 606
 8,617
 7,484
 5,321
 4,897
 4,162
 3,884
 3,871
 3,657
 3,514
 3,271
 3,123
 3,111
 2,900
 2,859
 2,663
 2,610
 2,521
 2,406
 2,336
 2,187
 2,122
 2,091
 2,034
 1,963
 1,872
 1,736
 1,729
 1,513
 1,498
 1,429
 1,385
 1,364
 1,302
 1,210
 1,178
 1,175
 1,094
 1,074
 1,001
   998
   997
   990
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  PENNSYLVANIA
                                                 1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                  30
16
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVED:
                                                     446,935 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                      SITE NAME
                      HORSEHEAD RESOURCE DVLPT PALMERTON
                      KEYSTONE CEMENT CO
                      MILL  SERVICE INC YUKON
                      HARCROS PIGMENTS INC
                      MEDUSA CEMENT CO
                      INMETCO INC
                      REPUBLIC ENVIRONMENTAL SYS PA
                      WORLD RESOURCES CO
                      GENERAL BATTERY CORP READING COMPLEX
                      ENVIRITE CORP
                      CALGON CARBON CORP
                      ENVIROTROL INC DARLINGTON
                      UNITED ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP INC
                      ENVIROTROL INC BEAVER FALLS
                      REMTECH ENVIRONMENTAL LEWISBERRY INC
                      SAFETY KLEEN WESTCHESTER
                      SAFETY KLEEN NEW KINGSTOWN
                      AERC
                      SAFETY KLEEN ALLENTOWN
                      SAFETY KLEEN FAIRLESS HILLS
                      SAFETY KLEEN WEST MIFFLIN
                      SAFETY KLEEN JOHNSTOWN
                      SAFETY KLEEN WILKES BARRE
                      SAFETY KLEEN ERIE
                      ASHLAND CHEMICAL CO FREEDOM
                      SAFETY KLEEN ATHENS
                      BETHLEHEM APPARATUS CO INC
                      BETHLEHEM APPARATUS CO INC
                      HERCULES INC JEFFERSON PLT
                      GEMCHEM INC
PAD002395887
PAD002389559
PAD004835146
PAD002391548
PAD083965897
PAD087561015
PAD085690592
PAD981038227
PAD990753089
PAD010154045
PAD000736942
PAD987270725
PAD987283140
PAD980707087
PAD067098822
PAD000738849
PAD000738823
PAD987367216
PAD980552020
PAD987266715
PAD982576258
PAD981736143
PAD981737109
PAD086673407
PAD000797548
PAD987266673
PAD002390961
PA0000453084
PAD000606285
PALMERTON
BATH
YUKON
EASTON
WAMPUM
ELLWOOD CITY
HATFIELD
POTTSVILLE
READING
YORK
PITTSBURGH
DARLINGTON
SEWICKLEY
BEAVER FALLS
LEWISBURG
WESTCHESTER
NEW KINGSTOWN
ALLENTOWN
ALLENTOWN
FAIRLESS HILLS
WEST MIFFLIN
JOHHSTOWN
WILKES BARRE
ERIE
FREEDOM
ATHENS
HELLERTOWN
BETHLEHEM
WEST ELIZABETH
LITITZ
109,106
 54,614
 48,284
 40,489
 36,519
 34,496
 27,998
 25,690
 22,624
 17,710
  9,922
  3,396
  2,896
  2,655
  2,134
  1,818
  1,064
    830
    791
    789
    694
    684
    467
    411
    316
    309
    126
     93
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS  MAY  NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE  MAY  HAVE FEWER  THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  PENNSYLVANIA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                                      11.1
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               PENNSYLVANIA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        309,031 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:        190,543 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                    PUERTO RICO
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      106
                                                       54,120 TONS
 1 PRD987374451
 2 PRD981130131
 3 PRD091024786
 4 PRD090346909
 5 PRD090398074
 6 PRD982791220
 7 PRD090028101
 8 PRD090139536
 9 PRD991291972
10 PRD090036021
11 PRD980536049
12 PRD991291949
13 PRD000692525
14 PRD090131251
15 PRD091065102
16 PRD991291857
17 PRD987373578
18 PRD090506239
19 PRD090592544
20 PRD090074071
21 PRD980644397
22 PRD090021056
23 PRD091200477
24 PRD987381068
25 PRD980768410
26 PRD049532807
27 PR2170027203
28 PRD981563091
29 PRD987378437
30 PRD000708305
31 PRD980594618
32 PRD980644496
33 PRD980759443
34 PRD091144709
35 PRD091063743
36 PRD090378225
37 PRD090413568
38 PRD980764401
39 PRD980594683
40 PRD000706432
41 PRD091049262
42 PRD091198366
43 PRD090009457
44 PRD101793834
45 PRD090466996
46 PRD090613357
47 PRD980526180
48 PRD981564735
49 PRD987366044
50 PRD987380078
                      SITE NAME

                      ABBOTT CHEMICAL PLANT SOUTH
                      DUPONT AGRICHEMICALS CARIBE,  INC.
                      ELI LILLY INDUSTRIES, INC.
                      PFIZER PHARMACEUTICALS INC
                      THE UPJOHN MANUFACTURING
                      MANUEL DEL VALLE INC.
                      MERCK SHARP & DOHME QUIMICA
                      SHERING INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
                      PHILLIPS PUERTO RICO CORE INC.
                      BRISTOL MYERS BARCELONETA
                      JOHNSON & JOHNSON PHARMACEUTICALS
                      NYCOMED P.R.  INC.
                      OMJ PHARM
                      ABBOTT CHEMICALS, INC.
                      CYANAMID AGRICULTURAL DE PR
                      CIRCO CARIBE(VIASYSTEMS PR  INC)
                      IPR PHARMACEUTICALS
                      LOCTITE P.R.  INC
                      QUALITY ELECTROPLATING
                      PUERTO RICO SUN OIL CO.
                      STAR KIST CARIBE, INC.
                      SQUIBB MANUFACTURING, INC.
                      DAVIS AND GECK,  INC
                      QUALEX CARIBE CO.
                      SCHERING PLOUGH PRODUCTS INC.
                      SARTORIUS INC.
                      NAVAL STATION ROOSEVELT ROADS
                      EL NUEVO DIA
                      MERCK SHARP AND DOHME QUIMICA DE PR,
                      CUTLER -HAMMER DE PR CO.
                      UNION CARBIDE CARIBE INC.
                      SAN JUAN STEAM PLANT  (P.R.A.E.E)
                      DUPONT ELECTRONIC MATERIALS
                      WARNER-LAMBERT INC.
                      PRODUCTOS CIRCUITOS DE PUERTO RICO
                      SEARLE & CO.
                      DUPONT MERCK  PHARMA
                      ORTHO PHARMACEUTICAL
                      TEXACO PUERTO RICO
                      OSRAM SYLVANIA PR CORP
                      THERMO KING CARIBBEAN
                      MILLIPORE CORPORATION
                      LILLY DEL CARIBE PR02
                      WESLEY JESSEN (PUERTO RICO)  INC.
                      ISLAND LITHO  CORP.
                      CHEMSOURCE CORPORATION
                      ANTILLES ELECTROPLATING
                      GENERAL INSTRUMENT PR INC
                      PEPSI CO.
                      SUNDSTRAND DE PR
BARCELONETA
MANATI
MAYAGUEZ
BARCELONETA
ARECIBO
TOA BAJA
BARCELONETA
MANATI
GUAYAMA
BARCELONETA
GURABO
BARCELONETA
GUAYAMA
BARCELONETA
MANATI
SAN GERMAN
GUAYAMA
SABANA GRANDE
CAGUAS
YABUCOA
MAYAGUEZ
HUMACAO
MANATI
CAROLINA
LAS PIEDRAS
YAUCO
CEIBA
GUAYNABO
ARECIBO
TOA BAJA
PENUELAS
SAN JUAN
MANATI
VEGA BAJA
JUANA DIAZ
CAGUAS
MANATI
MANATI
GUAYNABO
LUQUILLO
CIALES
CIDRA
CAROLINA
CIDRA
BAYAMON
GUAYAMA
BAYAMON
BARCELONETA
CIDRA
SANTA ISABEL
9,846
6,911
6,538
5,923
5,544
5,000
3,623
1,547
1,005
  887
  665
  533
  426
  411
  401
  355
  352
  246
  233
  222
  199
  193
  161
  151
  141
  137
  126
  122
  119
  115
  114
   93
   78
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  PUERTO RICO
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
                                   7,445
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE  MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES  MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE  CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  PUERTO RICO
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     28
                                                   70,188 TONS
8  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT  FACILITIES, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     SAFETY KLEEN ENVIRONSYSTEMS  CO.
                     SAFETY KLEEN ENVIRONSYSTEMS  (DORADO)
                     MERCK SHARP & DOHME QUIMICA
                     THE UPJOHN MANUFACTURING
                     NYCOMED P.R. INC.
                     ISLAND LITHO CORP.
                     UNION CARBIDE CARIBE INC.
                     PUERTO RICO SUN OIL CO.
1 PRD090399718
2 PRD981182421
3 PRD090028101
4 PRD090398074
5 PRD991291949
6 PRD090466996
7 PRD980594618
8 PRD090074071
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  PUERTO RICO
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL  BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY  NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  FUEL  BLENDING
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    PUERTO RICO
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 104
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                      97,587 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      SAFETY KLEEN ENVIRONSYSTEMS CO.
                      SAFETY KLEEN ENVIRONSYSTEMS (DORADO)
                      ABBOTT CHEMICAL PLANT SOUTH
                      DUPONT AGRICHEMICALS CARIBE,  INC.
                      PFIZER PHARMACEUTICALS INC
                      THE UPJOHN MANUFACTURING
                      ELI LILLY INDUSTRIES, INC.
                      BRISTOL MYERS BARCELONETA
                      PHILLIPS PUERTO RICO CORE INC.
                      JOHNSON & JOHNSON PHARMACEUTICALS
                      NYCOMED P.R. INC.
                      OMJ PHARM
                      SHERING INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
                      ABBOTT CHEMICALS, INC.
                      CYANAMID AGRICULTURAL DE PR
                      CIRCO CARIBE(VIASYSTEMS PR INC)
                      IPR PHARMACEUTICALS
                      MCNEIL CONSUMMER PRODUCTS
                      LOCTITE P.R. INC
                      QUALITY ELECTROPLATING
                      CARIBE GE PRODUCTS ARECIBO
                      STAR KIST CARIBE, INC.
                      SQUIBB MANUFACTURING, INC.
                      PUERTO RICO SUN OIL CO.
                      DAVIS AND GECK, INC
                      QUALEX CARIBE CO.
                      SCHERING PLOUGH PRODUCTS INC.
                      SARTORIUS INC.
                      MERCK SHARP & DOHME QUIMICA
                      NAVAL STATION ROOSEVELT ROADS
                      MERCK SHARP AND DOHME QUIMICA DE PR,  INC
                      CUTLER -HAMMER DE PR CO.
                      UNION CARBIDE CARIBE INC.
                      SAN JUAN STEAM PLANT  (P.R.A.E.E)
                      DUPONT ELECTRONIC MATERIALS
                      EL NUEVO DIA
                      ACCUPHARMA RESEARCH    & SCIENTIFIC CONS
                      PRODUCTOS CIRCUITOS DE PUERTO RICO
                      WARNER-LAMBERT INC.
                      SEARLE & CO.
                      DUPONT MERCK PHARMA
                      ORTHO PHARMACEUTICAL
                      TEXACO PUERTO RICO
                      OSRAM SYLVANIA PR CORP
                      THERMO KING CARIBBEAN
                      LILLY DEL CARIBE PR02
                      WESLEY JESSEN  (PUERTO RICO)  INC.
                      ANTILLES ELECTROPLATING
                      MILLIPORE CORPORATION
                      GENERAL INSTRUMENT PR INC
 1 PRD090399718
 2 PRD981182421
 3 PRD987374451
 4 PRD981130131
 5 PRD090346909
 6 PRD090398074
 7 PRD091024786
 8 PRD090036021
 9 PRD991291972
10 PRD980536049
11 PRD991291949
12 PRD000692525
13 PRD090139536
14 PRD090131251
15 PRD091065102
16 PRD991291857
17 PRD987373578
18 PRD980767974
19 PRD090506239
20 PRD090592544
21 PRD090383860
22 PRD980644397
23 PRD090021056
24 PRD090074071
25 PRD091200477
26 PRD987381068
27 PRD980768410
28 PRD049532807
29 PRD090028101
30 PR2170027203
31 PRD987378437
32 PRD000708305
33 PRD980594618
34 PRD980644496
35 PRD980759443
36 PRD981563091
37 PRD987381803
38 PRD091063743
39 PRD091144709
40 PRD090378225
41 PRD090413568
42 PRD980764401
43 PRD980594683
44 PRD000706432
45 PRD091049262
46 PRD090009457
47 PRD101793834
48 PRD980526180
49 PRD091198366
50 PRD981564735
MANATI
DORADO
BARCELONETA
MANATI
BARCELONETA
ARECIBO
MAYAGUEZ
BARCELONETA
GUAYAMA
GURABO
BARCELONETA
GUAYAMA
MANATI
BARCELONETA
MANATI
SAN GERMAN
GUAYAMA
LAS PIEDRAS
SABANA GRANDE
CAGUAS
ARECIBO
MAYAGUEZ
HUMACAO
YABUCOA
MANATI
CAROLINA
LAS PIEDRAS
YAUCO
BARCELONETA
CEIBA
ARECIBO
TOA BAJA
PENUELAS
SAN JUAN
MANATI
GUAYNABO
CATANO IND. PARK
JUANA DIAZ
VEGA BAJA
CAGUAS
MANATI
MANATI
GUAYNABO
LUQUILLO
CIALES
CAROLINA
CIDRA
BAYAMON
CIDRA
BARCELONETA
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                 PUERTO RICO
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
                                                   66,584 TONS



17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997


   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME                               CITY
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                  PUERTO RICO
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
                                   QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                   MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                    (TONS)    QUANTITY   FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
                                   QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                   MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                    (TONS)    QUANTITY   FACILITIES  FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
                                                        NUMBER OF
                                                        FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE

  TOTAL
FUEL)
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES  MAY  HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                            NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                PUERTO RICO


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:            38 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         39,802 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                   RHODE ISLAND
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      107
                                                       11,643 TONS
      1 RID001202050
      2 RID980906986
      3 RID048976732
      4 RID001805670
      5 RID001198605
      6 RID084802842
      7 RID058065707
      8 RID062310230
      9 RID075704999
     10 RI8170024790
     11 RID059741520
     12 RID001200930
     13 RID075728030
     14 RID059735761
     15 RI1170024243
     16 RID047987060
     17 RID046615019
     18 RID987490315
     19 RI5000011387
     20 RID058058405
     21 RID001187277
     22 RID001199728
     23 RID001670884
     24 RID000791434
     25 RID981202351
     26 RID059735944
     27 RID987488301
     28 RID980668610
     29 RID099421810
     30 RID051507044
     31 RID001201508
     32 RID001190750
     33 RID981064447
     34 RID001189273
     35 RI5000000968
     36 RID001460534
     37 RID001459890
     38 RID987489473
     39 RID001191055
     40 RID063927966
     41 RID000769661
     42 RID001199272
     43 RID001191931
     44 RID001438480
     45 RID987467248
     46 RID072216583
     47 RID075725952
     48 RID042131318
     49 RID980914550
     50 RID001198514
SITE NAME

MOBIL OIL CORP- EAST PROV. TERMINAL
21ST CENTURY ENVIRONMENTAL MGMT.  OF RI
NEW ENGLAND CONTAINER
HOECHST CELANESE CORPORATION
OSRAM SYLVANIA
CHEM-PAK CORPORATION
ARKWRIGHT,  INC.
AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS INC.
UNION INDUSTRIES INC.
NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER
TEXACO/STAR ENTERPRISE SALES TERMINAL
SOLUOL CHEMICAL CO., INC.
OLIN MICROELECTRONIC MATERIALS
ADVANCED CHEMICAL COMPANY
NAVAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTER
PRECISION ART COORDINATORS, INC.
LITTLE & CO. INC.
NEW ENGLAND UNION CO. INC.
CLARIANT CORPORATION
CHERRY SEMICONDUCTOR CORPORATION
PROVIDENCE METALLIZING CO., INC.
COOLEY, INC.
INTERPLEX METALS
CHEMART CO.
LENOX INCORPORATED D/B/A GORHAM
MONARCH METAL FINISHING CO. INC.
RIDGEWOOD PROVIDENCE POWER PARTNERS
RIBCO MFG.  INC.
ENGELHARD CORPORATION
STANLEY-BOSTITCH
A.T. CROSS COMPANY
LEVITON MFG. CO. INC.
PRECISION ETCHINGS & FINDINGS
QUEBECOR PRINTING PROVIDENCE INC.
SILHOUETTES INC.
TANURY INDUSTRIES
UNCAS MANUFACTURING CO.
TECHNIC INC., ENGINEERED POWER DIV.
MONET GROUP INC.
G. TANURY PLATING COMPANY
EVANS PLATING CORPORATION
B.A. BALLOU & CO. INC.
EVANS PLATING CORPORATION
CRANSTON PRINT WORKS
INTERNATIONAL ETCHING, INC.
IRA GREEN INC.
GENERAL ELECTRIC
ARLON INC.  ADHESIVES AND FILMS DIV.
ESS LABORATORY
KENYON INDUSTRIES INC.
EAST PROVIDENCE
WARWICK
SMITHFIELD
COVENTRY
CENTRAL FALLS
CRANSTON
COVENTRY  (FISKVILLE)
CUMBERLAND
PROVIDENCE
NEWPORT
PROVIDENCE
WEST WARWICK
EAST PROVIDENCE
WARWICK
NEWPORT
EAST PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE
WEST WARWICK
COVENTRY
EAST GREENWICH
PAWTUCKET
PAWTUCKET
PROVIDENCE
LINCOLN
SMITHFIELD
PROVIDENCE
JOHNSTON
PROVIDENCE
WARWICK
EAST GREENWICH
LINCOLN
WARWICK
WARWICK
PROVIDENCE
WOONSOCKET
LINCOLN
PROVIDENCE
CRANSTON
EAST PROVIDENCE
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
EAST PROVIDENCE
CENTREDALE
CRANSTON
PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE
EAST PROVIDENCE
CRANSTON
KENYON
4,670
  994
  506
  380
  376
  368
  293
  239
  214
  212
  166
  164
  149
  143
  133
  118
  109
  109
  106
  104
  103
  100
   9 5
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                 RHODE ISLAND
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND  LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT  MORE THAN ONE APPLIES    GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
    HAS  IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS  CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS  REACTIVE CODE
    HAS  D004-D017 CODE
    HAS  D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F  CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE  CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES  ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                RHODE ISLAND
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                  3,840  TONS



8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,  1997


   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME                              CITY


      1 RID084802842  CHEM-PAK CORPORATION                    CRANSTON


  TOTAL



  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                RHODE ISLAND
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
                                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                             MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                             (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
2, 893
943
4
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
75.3
24 .5
.1

NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
1
1
1
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
100.0
100. 0
100.0
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD  AND QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
                                          SYSTEM
                                         TYPE CODE
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
        COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   RHODE ISLAND
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 104
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                       9,747 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      MOBIL OIL CORP- EAST PROV.  TERMINAL
                      21ST CENTURY ENVIRONMENTAL  MGMT.  OF RI
                      CHEM-PAK CORPORATION
                      NORTHLAND ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
                      NEW ENGLAND CONTAINER
                      HOECHST CELANESE CORPORATION
                      OSRAM SYLVANIA
                      ARKWRIGHT,  INC.
                      AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS  INC.
                      NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER
                      SOLUOL CHEMICAL CO., INC.
                      TEXACO/STAR ENTERPRISE SALES TERMINAL
                      OLIN MICROELECTRONIC MATERIALS
                      ADVANCED CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      NAVAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTER
                      PRECISION ART COORDINATORS,  INC.
                      NEW ENGLAND UNION CO. INC.
                      CLARIANT CORPORATION
                      CHERRY SEMICONDUCTOR CORPORATION
                      PROVIDENCE METALLIZING CO.,  INC.
                      COOLEY, INC.
                      CHEMART CO.
                      LENOX INCORPORATED D/B/A GORHAM
                      MONARCH METAL FINISHING CO.  INC.
                      RIDGEWOOD PROVIDENCE POWER  PARTNERS
                      RIBCO MFG.  INC.
                      ENGELHARD CORPORATION
                      STANLEY-BOSTITCH
                      A.T. CROSS COMPANY
                      LEVITON MFG. CO. INC.
                      PRECISION ETCHINGS & FINDINGS
                      UNION INDUSTRIES INC.
                      SILHOUETTES INC.
                      TANURY INDUSTRIES
                      EVANS PLATING CORPORATION
                      INTERPLEX METALS
                      MUTUAL METALS INC.
                      MONET GROUP INC.
                      UNCAS MANUFACTURING CO.
                      G.  TANURY PLATING COMPANY
                      EVANS PLATING CORPORATION
                      QUEBECOR PRINTING PROVIDENCE INC.
                      CRANSTON PRINT WORKS
                      IRA GREEN INC.
                      INTERNATIONAL ETCHING, INC.
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC
                      ARLON INC.  ADHESIVES AND FILMS DIV.
                      ESS LABORATORY
                      KENYON INDUSTRIES INC.
                      METECH INTERNATIONAL, INC.
RID001202050
RID980906986
RID084802842
RID040098352
RID048976732
RID001805670
RID001198605
RID058065707
RID062310230
RI8170024790
RID001200930
RID059741520
RID075728030
RID059735761
RI1170024243
RID047987060
RID987490315
RI5000011387
RID058058405
RID001187277
RID001199728
RID000791434
RID981202351
RID059735944
RID987488301
RID980668610
RID099421810
RID051507044
RID001201508
RID001190750
RID981064447
RID075704999
RI5000000968
RID001460534
RID000769661
RID001670884
RID987490372
RID001191055
RID001459890
RID063927966
RID001191931
RID001189273
RID001438480
RID072216583
RID987467248
RID075725952
RID042131318
RID980914550
RID001198514
RID063890214
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
EAST PROVIDENCE
WARWICK
CRANSTON
PROVIDENCE
SMITHFIELD
COVENTRY
CENTRAL FALLS
COVENTRY  (FISKVILLE)
CUMBERLAND
NEWPORT
WEST WARWICK
PROVIDENCE
EAST PROVIDENCE
WARWICK
NEWPORT
EAST PROVIDENCE
WEST WARWICK
COVENTRY
EAST GREENWICH
PAWTUCKET
PAWTUCKET
LINCOLN
SMITHFIELD
PROVIDENCE
JOHNSTON
PROVIDENCE
WARWICK
EAST GREENWICH
LINCOLN
WARWICK
WARWICK
PROVIDENCE
WOONSOCKET
LINCOLN
JOHNSTON
PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE
EAST PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE
JOHNSTON
CENTREDALE
PROVIDENCE
CRANSTON
PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE
EAST PROVIDENCE
CRANSTON
KENYON
MAPLEVILLE
1,872
  994
  931
  675
  506
  381
  376
  293
  236
  210
  164
  163
  147
  143
  133
  118
  109
  106
  104
  103
   93
   76
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                RHODE ISLAND
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
                                                   30,868  TONS



17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997


   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME                              CITY
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                 RHODE ISLAND
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE,  1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE  RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE,  1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO  TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE  HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               RHODE ISLAND


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         25,239 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:          9,091 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                 SOUTH CAROLINA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      341
                                                       10,793  TONS
      1 SCD043384072
      2 SCD981467616
      3 SCD980500052
      4 SCD044442333
      5 SCD003351996
      6 SCD003351699
      7 SCD070375985
      8 SCD981920374
      9 SCD078057031
     10 SCD062706767
     11 SC1890008989
     12 SCD981031040
     13 SCR000000752
     14 SCD003361805
     15 SCD078061124
     16 SCD003344496
     17 SCD987566981
     18 SCD980839823
     19 SCD085857753
     20 SCD000417097
     21 SCD003159753
     22 SCD037400892
     23 SCD000645747
     24 SC8170022620
     25 SCD083421982
     26 SCR000004432
     27 SC9570090002
     28 SC0000328906
     29 SCD003363074
     30 SC1750216169
     31 SCD981017080
     32 SCD003344363
     33 SCD980845218
     34 SCD982116204
     35 SCD062559331
     36 SCD003342938
     37 SC7570024466
     38 SCD057554909
     39 SC3210020449
     40 SCD982085813
     41 SCD980603658
     42 SCD061520557
     43 SCD000622688
     43 SCD981866007
     45 SCD980848717
     46 SC3570024460
     47 SCD000623231
     48 SC6170022762
     49 SCD030091953
     50 SC0000468520
     51 SC0690308309
SITE NAME

ALBEMARLE CORP ORANGEBURG PLT
SAFETY KLEEN ROEBUCK INC
3V INC
PETRO CHEM SC
CAROLINA PLATING WORKS INC
GIANT CEMENT COMPANY
LAIDLAW ENV SVS OF SC INC
GREENWOOD PLATING INC
SYBRON CHEMICALS INC
REEVES BROTHERS PEG USA
DOE/WSRC SAVANNAH RIVER SITE
SAFETY KLEEN SYSTEMS INC GREER
PAXAR CORP
METAL TRADES INC
DELAVAN FUEL METERING PRODUCTS OPERATION
SCHLUMBERGER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SERV
INTERLAKE MATERIAL HANDLING DIV
ASHLAND CHEMICAL CO-COLA
MARK IV AUTOMOTIVE DAYCO FLUID HANDLING
CROWN METRO INC
ZENITH ENGRAVING CO INC
COATES INKS USA INC
BP OIL CO SWEETWATER TERMINAL
USN-CHARLESTON NAVAL WEAPONS STATION
HELIOCOFLEX COMPANY (COMPONENTS DIV)
IRIX PHARMACEUTICALS INC  DEACTIVATED
USAF-POINSETT ELECTRONIC COMBAT RANGE
ANNEX TO CHARLESTON NAVAL COMPLEX
NORTH SAFETY PRODUCTS DIV OF SIEBE NORTH
USMC AIR STATION
VERMONT AMERICAN CORP-FOUNTAIN INN DIV
El DUPONT DE NEMOURS & CO (MAY PLANT LUG
THOMAS & BETTS CORPORATION
WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKE COMPANY
NIPA HARDWICKE INC ROCK HILL
ELISKIM INC
USAF-SHAW AIR FORCE BASE
EAGLE AVIATION INCORPORATED
USATC & FORT JACKSON
MECO METAL FINISHING USA INC
MCKECHNIE VEHICLE COMPONENTS
FRIGIDAIRE HOME PRODUCT
COLONIAL PIPELINE CO (BELTON JCT FAC)
ENGELHARD CORPORATION
CARPENTER TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
USAF-CHARLESTON AIR FORCE BASE
COLONIAL PIPELINE CO (SPART DEL FAC)
US MARINE CORPS-RECRUIT DEPOT
GE APPARATUS SERVICE CTR
SAFETY COMPONENTS FABRIC TECHNOLOGIES
US COAST GUARD-CHARLESTON
ORANGEBURG
ROEBUCK
GEORGETOWN
ROCK HILL
GREENVILLE
HARLEYVILLE
PINEWOOD
GREENWOOD
WELLFORD
SPARTANBURG
JACKSON
GREER
ROCK HILL
YONGES ISLAND
BAMBERG
WEST UNION
SUMTER
COLUMBIA
EASLEY
GREENVILLE
CHESTER
GREER
NORTH AUGUSTA
GOOSE CREEK
COLUMBIA
FLORENCE
WEDGEFIELD
N CHARLESTON
CLOVER
BEAUFORT
FOUNTAIN INN
LUGOFF
GAFFNEY
COLUMBIA
ROCKHILL
ANDERSON
SHAW AFB
WEST COLUMBIA
FORT JACKSON
ROCK HILL
PROSPERITY
ORANGEBURG
BELTON
SENECA
ORANGEBURG
CHARLESTON AFB
SPARTANBURG
PARRIS ISLAND
GREENVILLE
GREENVILLE
CHARLESTON
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                               SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND  LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
    HAS MORE THAN ONE
    LISTED CODE
    TOTAL
                                                                 TONS  OF
                                                                 WASTE
                                                                 GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT  MORE THAN ONE APPLIES    GENERATED
      ONLY LISTED
      CODES BUT HAS
      MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS  IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS  CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS  REACTIVE CODE
    HAS  D004-D017 CODE
    HAS  D018-D043 CODE
 4
 1
51
56
                                           HAS AN F  CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
           IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
           CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           REACT. W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
           D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
           D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
           F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
           K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
           P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
           U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1  CHAR
           TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE  CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES  ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                SOUTH CAROLINA
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     22
                                                  302,472 TONS
8  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     LAIDLAW ENV SVS OF SC INC
                     SAFETY KLEEN SYSTEMS INC HOLLY HILL
                     SAFETY KLEEN ROEBUCK INC
                     SAFETY KLEEN SYSTEMS INC LEXINGTON
                     SOUTHEASTERN CHEMICALS & SOLVENTS CO
                     PETRO CHEM SC
                     ALBEMARLE  CORP ORANGEBURG PLT
                     3V INC
                     USAF-POINSETT ELECTRONIC COMBAT RANGE
                     DOE/WSRC SAVANNAH RIVER SITE
                     USN-CHARLESTON NAVAL WEAPONS STATION
 1 SCD070375985
 2 SCD003368891
 3 SCD981467616
 4 SCD077995488
 5 SCD036275626
 6 SCD044442333
 7 SCD043384072
 8 SCD980500052
 9 SC9570090002
10 SC1890008989
11 SC8170022620
PINEWOOD
HOLLY HILL
ROEBUCK
LEXINGTON
SUMTER
ROCK HILL
ORANGEBURG
GEORGETOWN
WEDGEFIELD
JACKSON
GOOSE CREEK
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       338

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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                               SOUTH CAROLINA
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  TOTAL
                                                                                          11
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER  RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF
                                                              (TONS)    QUANTITY
                     NUMBER  OF
                     FACILITIES
           PERCENTAGE
           OF
           FACILITIES
                              1
                              5
                              3
                              4
                              1
                              1

                             11
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  OTHER  RECOVERY
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  LANDFILL
  METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                              1
                              1
                              1

                             11
  NOTE:
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                             SOUTH CAROLINA


                                             WASTE SHIPMENTS

TABLES 12,  13 AND 14 HAVE  BEEN OMITTED  FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES IN SOUTH CAROLINA THAT
REPORTED SHIPPING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IN 1997.
 Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
 earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                SOUTH CAROLINA
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
16
                                                    413,322 TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     LAIDLAW ENV  SVS OF SC INC
                     GIANT CEMENT COMPANY
                     SAFETY KLEEN SYSTEMS INC HOLLY HILL
                     SAFETY KLEEN SYSTEMS INC LEXINGTON
                     SAFETY KLEEN ROEBUCK INC
                     SOUTHEASTERN CHEMICALS & SOLVENTS CO
                     PETRO CHEM SC
                     USAF-POINSETT ELECTRONIC COMBAT RANGE
                     MILLIKEN CHEMICAL-DEWEY PLANT
1 SCD070375985
2 SCD003351699
3 SCD003368891
4 SCD077995488
5 SCD981467616
6 SCD036275626
7 SCD044442333
8 SC9570090002
9 SCD069314045
PINEWOOD
HARLEYVILLE
HOLLY HILL
LEXINGTON
ROEBUCK
SUMTER
ROCK HILL
WEDGEFIELD
INMAN
  TOTAL
          COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                SOUTH CAROLINA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE,  1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE  RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED  FROM OFFSITE,  1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  INCINERATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                            NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                              SOUTH CAROLINA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:        315,690 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:             0 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                 SOUTH DAKOTA
                                               1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF  RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):
                                                       21
                                                        948 TONS
      1  SDD078668696
      2  SDD000716696
      3  SDD981545577
      4  SDD096407838
      5  SDD982596942
      6  SDD007262215
      7  SDD049521511
      8  SDD094698321
      9  SDD982649766
     10  SD2571924644
     11  SDD078013760
     12  SDD061536843
     13  SDD000003855
     14  SDD982649717
     15  SDD093919660
     16  SDD006167407
     17  SDR000000752
     18  SDD987673753
     19  SDD980951370
     20  SDR000002618
SITE NAME

3M BOOKINGS MEDICAL/SURGICAL DIVISION
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
STAR CIRCUITS,  INC.
ALUMAX EXTRUSIONS,  INC.
ANGUS INDUSTRIES,  INC. DBA ANGUS-PALM
DALE ELECTRONICS,  INC.
DAKTRONICS,  INC.
STARMARK, INCORPORATED
TRAIL KING INDUSTRIES, INC.
ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE
CR INDUSTRIES,  INC.
WHEELER LUMBER
CCL LABEL
JOHN MORRELL & CO.
SHELDAHL, INC.
WHEELER MFG. CO.,  INC.
RMR INDUSTRIES
ENRON NORTHERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY
T & R SERVICE COMPANY
USEPA CLEAN UP -  FAWICK PARK
BROOKINGS
SIOUX FALLS
BROOKINGS
YANKTON
WATERTOWN
YANKTON
BROOKINGS
SIOUX FALLS
MITCHELL
ELLSWORTH AFB
SPRINGFIELD
WHITEWOOD
SIOUX FALLS
SIOUX FALLS
ABERDEEN
LEMMON
WATERTOWN
HARRISBURG
COLMAN
SIOUX FALLS
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                SOUTH DAKOTA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
     HAS MORE THAN ONE
335  LISTED CODE
424  TOTAL
                                                                  TONS OF
                                                                  WASTE
                                                                  GENERATED
                                                                   13!
                                                                       BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE  MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT  MORE THAN ONE APPLIES    GENERATED
       ONLY LISTED
       CODES BUT HAS
       MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS  IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS  CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS  REACTIVE CODE
    HAS  D004-D017 CODE
    HAS  D018-D043 CODE
                                    284
                                           HAS AN F  CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                                   IGN. W/ AT  LEAST 1 LSTD
                                   CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                   REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                   D004-17 W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                   D018-43 W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                                   F WASTE W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                   K WASTE W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                   P WASTE W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                   U WASTE W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                                   TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE  CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE, CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                               SOUTH DAKOTA
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                                      0 TONS
  TABLES 8, 9,  10 AND 11 HAVE  BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES IN SOUTH DAKOTA
  THAT REPORTED MANAGING RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997 OTHER THAN AS A STORAGE ONLY FACILITY.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                               NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                  SOUTH DAKOTA
                                               1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 21
13
    QUANTITY  OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                       956 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     3M BOOKINGS MEDICAL/SURGICAL  DIVISION
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                     STAR CIRCUITS,  INC.
                     ALUMAX EXTRUSIONS,  INC.
                     SD DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE  -  AG.  SERVICES
                     DAKTRONICS, INC.
                     ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE  BASE
                     DALE ELECTRONICS,  INC.
                     STARMARK, INCORPORATED
                     ANGUS INDUSTRIES,  INC.
                     TRAIL KING INDUSTRIES,
                     WHEELER LUMBER
                     CR INDUSTRIES,  INC.
                     CCL LABEL
                     JOHN MORRELL & CO.
                     SHELDAHL, INC.
                     WHEELER MFG. CO.,  INC.
                     RMR INDUSTRIES
                     ENRON NORTHERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY
                     T & R SERVICE COMPANY
                     USEPA CLEAN UP -  FAWICK  PARK
 1 SDD078668696
 2 SDD000716696
 3 SDD981545577
 4 SDD096407838
 5 SD0000852491
 6 SDD049521511
 7 SD2571924644
 8 SDD007262215
 9 SDD094698321
10 SDD982596942
11 SDD982649766
12 SDD061536843
   SDD078013760
   SDD000003855
15 SDD982649717
16 SDD093919660
17 SDD006167407
18 SDR000000752
19 SDD987673753
20 SDD980951370
21 SDR000002618
13
14
BROOKINGS
SIOUX FALLS
BROOKINGS
YANKTON
PIERRE
BROOKINGS
ELLSWORTH AFB
YANKTON
SIOUX FALLS
WATERTOWN
MITCHELL
WHITEWOOD
SPRINGFIELD
SIOUX FALLS
SIOUX FALLS
ABERDEEN
LEMMON
WATERTOWN
HARRISBURG
COLMAN
SIOUX FALLS
  TOTAL
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               SOUTH DAKOTA
                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                      255  TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997


   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME


      1 SDD000716696  SAFETY-KLEEN  CORP.


  TOTAL
  NOTE:    COLUMNS  MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                           NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                             SOUTH DAKOTA
                                       1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED

TABLES  18, 19 AND 20 HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS  REPORT BECAUSE  THERE WERE NO  FACILITIES IN  SOUTH DAKOTA THAT
REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM OFFSITE IN 1997  OTHER THAN STORAGE ONLY FACILITIES.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                               SOUTH DAKOTA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:             96 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:            954 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                     TENNESSEE
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      461
                                                      745,458 TONS
      1 TND003376928
      2 TND982139115
      3 TND053983862
      4 TND095050019
      5 TND981922826
      6 TND067690040
      7 TND004048690
      8 TND071530620
      9 TND980709950
     10 TND000645770
     11 TND081460651
     12 TND981920119
     13 TND047000898
     14 TND003332012
     15 TND980847024
     16 TND000614321
     17 TND002992287
     18 TN0000590612
     19 TND007024664
     20 TND007026958
     21 TND061314803
     22 TN3890090001
     23 TND101768182
     24 TN0890090004
     25 TND095686473
     26 TND054481205
     27 TND083525634
     28 TND041150533
     29 TND078217726
     30 TND003383551
     31 TND007024672
     32 TND987789583
     33 TND982157570
     34 TND987777695
     35 TND037909348
     36 TND981474125
     37 TN0210020582
     38 TND991279480
     39 TND078565249
     40 TND007017288
     41 TND004038550
     42 TND048120083
     43 TND120603170
     44 TND980316301
     45 TND982152324
     46 TND008041717
     47 TND034871350
     48 TND007022072
     49 TND981468648
     50 TND003337292
SITE NAME

TENN EASTMAN DIVISION OF EASTMAN CHEMICA
UNISYS EARHART SITE, BRISTOL,  TN
ALLTRISTA ZINC PRODUCTS L.P.
YALE SECURITY INC.
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF NASHVI
REFINED METALS CORPORATION
GENERAL SMELTING & REFINING, INC.
SNAP-ON TOOLS CORPORATION
ROBERTSHAW TENNESSEE
SAFETY-KLEEN (TS)  INC
SAVAGE ZINC INC
ALLWORTH OF TN, INC.
WILLIAM L BONNELL CO.,  INC., THE
WHELAND FOUNDRY DIV OF N AMERICAN ROYALT
EXCEL TSD INC
SAFETY-KLEEN SERVICES (GS)  INC
AMERISTEEL
EXIDE CORPORATION
VELSICOL CHEMICAL
MAPCO PETROLEUM INC
VELSICOL CHEMICAL CORP
U.S. DOE Y-12 PLANT
CALSONIC MANUFACTURING CORP.
US DEPT OF ENERGY E TN TECHNOLOGY PARK
HOEGANAES CORPORATION,  GALLATIN PLANT
NISSAN MOTOR MANUFACTURING CORPORATION,
ZENECA INC WEST
AMERISTEEL KNOXVILLE STEEL MILL DIV.
NASHVILLE THERMAL TRANSFER CORPORATION
ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA-SOUTH PLANT
E I DUPONT DE NEMOURS & CO INC
ICI ACRYLICS- MEMPHIS (FITE RD)
GTS
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
AFG INDUSTRIES INC GREENLAND PLANT
SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC 3-109-01
MILAN ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
PERMA-FIX ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC.
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
W.M. BARR & COMPANY, INC
ZENECA INC EAST
PETERBILT MOTORS CO
QO CHEMICALS INC A SUBSIDIARY OF GREAT L
U.S. PIPE & FOUNDRY CO.-VALVE & FITTING
BEKAERT CORPORATION DYERSBURG
NORTH AMERICAN GALVANIZING CO
ARVIN/GABRIEL RIDE CONTROL PRODUCTS
HARMAN AUTOMOTIVE INC
SATURN CORPORATION
OLIN CORPORATION - CHARLESTON PLANT
KINGSPORT
BRISTOL
GREENEVILLE
LENOIR CITY
NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS
COLLEGE GROVE
JOHNSON CITY
CARTHAGE
GREENBRIER
CLARKSVILLE
MOUNT PLEASANT
CARTHAGE
CHATTANOOGA
MEMPHIS
MILLINGTON
JACKSON
BRISTOL
MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS
CHATTANOOGA
OAK RIDGE
SHELBYVILLE
OAK RIDGE
GALLATIN
SMYRNA
MT PLEASANT
KNOXVILLE
NASHVILLE
ALCOA
MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS
OAK RIDGE
KNOXVILLE
CHURCH HILL
NASHVILLE
MILAN
MEMPHIS
SELMER
MEMPHIS
MT PLEASANT
MADISON
MEMPHIS
CHATTANOOGA
INDUSTRIAL PARK
NASHVILLE
PULASKI
BOLIVAR
SPRING HILL
CHARLESTON
8,294
7,787
7,183
6, 914
5,747
4,878
3,243
3,028
2,719
2,598
1,795
1,771
1,602
1,525
1,434
1,402
1,222
1,199
1,137
1,070
1,026
  906
  863
  844
  839
  835
  672
  568
  560
  556
  544
  538
  525
  505
  478
  393
  383
  369
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   TENNESSEE
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY  CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                          110
                           16
           IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
           F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
           K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
           P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
           U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
           TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE  MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES  MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    TENNESSEE
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:
                                      30
                                                   403,094 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                      SITE  NAME
                      TENN  EASTMAN DIVISION OF EASTMAN CHEMICA
                      LAIDLAW  ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF NASHVI
                      SAFETY KLEEN  (WT) INC
                      REFINED  METALS CORPORATION
                      SAFETY-KLEEN  (TS) INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SERVICES (GS)  INC
                      VELSICOL CHEMICAL
                      US  DEPT  OF ENERGY E TN TECHNOLOGY PARK
                      VELSICOL CHEMICAL CORP
                      MILAN ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      EXCEL TSD INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC 3-109-01
                      U.S.  DOE Y-12 PLANT
                      POLLUTION CONTROL INDUSTRIES  (PCI)-MEMPH
                      OLIN  CORPORATION - CHARLESTON PLANT
                      ICI ACRYLICS- MEMPHIS (FITE RD)
                      PERMA-FIX ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC.
                      U.S.  DOE, OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY
                      DIVERSIFIED SCIENTIFIC SERVICES INC (DSS
                      ROHM  AND HAAS COMPANY
                      E.  I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO INC
                      ARNOLD ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT CENTER/SD
                      HOLSTON  ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
                      MEMPHIS  DEPOT CARETAKER
                      NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY MID-SOUTH
                      ALLWORTH OF TN, INC.
                      101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION (AIR ASSAULT)  &
 1 TND003376928
 2 TND981922826
 3 TND000772277
 4 TND067690040
 5 TND000645770
 6 TND000614321
 7 TND007024664
 8 TN0890090004
 9 TND061314803
10 TN0210020582
11 TND987777695
12 TND980847024
13 TND981474125
14 TN3890090001
15 TND000772186
16 TND003337292
17 TND987789583
18 TND991279480
19 TN1890090003
20 TND982109142
21 TND058660390
22 TND003331766
23 TN8570024044
24 TN5210020421
25 TN4210020570
26 TN2170022600
27 TND981920119
28 TN5210020140
KINGSPORT
NASHVILLE
ANTIOCH
MEMPHIS
GREENBRIER
MILLINGTON
MEMPHIS
OAK RIDGE
CHATTANOOGA
MILAN
KNOXVILLE
MEMPHIS
NASHVILLE
OAK RIDGE
MILLINGTON
CHARLESTON
MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS
OAK RIDGE
KINGSTON
KNOXVILLE
CHATTANOOGA
TULLAHOMA
KINGSPORT
MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS
MOUNT PLEASANT
BORDER
176,053
135,149
 35,232
 30,380
  9,143
  6,862
  2,612
  1,314
  1,281
    791
    744
    671
    633
    506
    383
    346
    303
    247
    143
     92
  NOTE:   COLUMNS  MAY NOT  SUM  DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   TENNESSEE
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER  DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED    OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  OTHER  DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS
  LANDFILL
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED    OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                              (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  OTHER  DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN  COMMENTS
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                     TENNESSEE
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 371
13
                                                      74,954  TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      SAFETY-KLEEN (TS)  INC
                      ALLWORTH OF TN,  INC.
                      EXCEL TSD INC
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF NASHVI
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SERVICES (GS)  INC
                      AMERISTEEL
                      TENN EASTMAN DIVISION OF EASTMAN CHEMICA
                      MAPCO PETROLEUM INC
                      HOEGANAES CORPORATION,  GALLATIN PLANT
                      U.S. DOE Y-12 PLANT
                      ZENECA INC WEST
                      VELSICOL CHEMICAL  CORP
                      AMERISTEEL KNOXVILLE  STEEL  MILL DIV.
                      NASHVILLE THERMAL  TRANSFER  CORPORATION
                      ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA-SOUTH PLANT
                      US DEPT OF ENERGY  E TN TECHNOLOGY PARK
                      AFG INDUSTRIES INC GREENLAND PLANT
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS  INC 3-109-01
                      REFINED METALS CORPORATION
                      ICI ACRYLICS- MEMPHIS (FITE RD)
                      PERMA-FIX ENVIRONMENTAL  SERVICES, INC.
                      ZENECA INC EAST
                      QO CHEMICALS INC A SUBSIDIARY OF GREAT L
                      BEKAERT CORPORATION DYERSBURG
                      PETERBILT MOTORS CO
                      NORTH AMERICAN GALVANIZING  CO
                      GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      EXIDE CORPORATION
                      VELSICOL CHEMICAL
                      ARVIN/GABRIEL RIDE CONTROL  PRODUCTS
                      HARMAN AUTOMOTIVE  INC
                      SATURN CORPORATION
                      MURRAY INC
                      DP HOLDINGS INC DBA DAVIS PIPE
                      GTS
                      NOVA CHEMICALS INCORPORATED
                      ICI ACRYLICS, INC
                      WESTVACO-CONSUMER  PACKAGING DIVISION
                      E. I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS  & CO.
                      ALLSTEEL INC
                      U.S. DOE, OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY
                      DELTA FAUCET COMPANY  OF  TENNESSEE INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS  INC (3-026-01)
                      POLLUTION CONTROL  INDUSTRIES (PCI)-MEMPH
                      NOVARTIS ANIMAL HEALTH INC
                      NISSAN MOTOR MANUFACTURING  CORPORATION,
                      EASTERN PLATING INC
                      W.M. BARR & COMPANY,  INC
                      ORMET ALUMINUM MILL PRODUCTS CORP
 1 TND000645770
 2 TND981920119
 3 TND980847024
 4 TND981922826
 5 TND000614321
 6 TND002992287
 7 TND003376928
 8 TND007026958
 9 TND095686473
10 TN3890090001
11 TND083525634
12 TND061314803
13 TND041150533
14 TND078217726
15 TND003383551
16 TN0890090004
17 TND037909348
18 TND981474125
19 TND067690040
20 TND987789583
21 TND991279480
22 TND004038550
23 TND120603170
24 TND982152324
25 TND048120083
26 TND008041717
27 TND078565249
28 TND987777695
29 TN0000590612
30 TND007024664
31 TND034871350
32 TND007022072
33 TND981468648
34 TND004044780
35 TND066723263
36 TND982157570
37 TNR000004366
38 TND106292600
39 TND030686430
40 TND047001979
41 TN0000188383
42 TN1890090003
43 TNR000001842
44 TN0000317289
45 TND000772186
46 TND007772668
47 TND054481205
48 TND980837892
49 TND007017288
50 TND063939417
GREENBRIER
MOUNT PLEASANT
MEMPHIS
NASHVILLE
MILLINGTON
JACKSON
KINGSPORT
MEMPHIS
GALLATIN
OAK RIDGE
MT PLEASANT
CHATTANOOGA
KNOXVILLE
NASHVILLE
ALCOA
OAK RIDGE
CHURCH HILL
NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS
MT PLEASANT
MEMPHIS
INDUSTRIAL PARK
MADISON
NASHVILLE
SELMER
KNOXVILLE
BRISTOL
MEMPHIS
PULASKI
BOLIVAR
SPRING HILL
LAWRENCEBURG
BLOUNTVILLE
OAK RIDGE
CHATTANOOGA
MEMPHIS
CLEVELAND
OLD HICKORY
MILAN
OAK RIDGE
JACKSON
PINEY FLATS
MILLINGTON
MEMPHIS
SMYRNA
NEWPORT
MEMPHIS
JACKSON
8,863
8,293
6, 633
6,185
5,420
3,368
2,062
1,987
1,525
1,428
1,389
1,317
1,222
1,199
1,137
1,061
  844
  801
  763
  732
  672
  554
  539
  516
  509
  501
  477
  452
  429
  417
  393
  388
  369
  305
  302
  288
  283
  266
  254
  251
  247
  239
  239
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   TENNESSEE
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER  OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                 13
16
    QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVED:
                                                     59,481 TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     SAFETY KLEEN (WT)  INC
                     SAFETY-KLEEN (TS)  INC
                     SAFETY-KLEEN SERVICES  (GS)  INC
                     REFINED METALS  CORPORATION
                     US DEPT OF ENERGY  E  TN TECHNOLOGY PARK
                     SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC 3-109-01
                     POLLUTION CONTROL  INDUSTRIES  (PCI)-MEMPH
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     PERMA-FIX ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC.
                     EXCEL TSD INC
                     TENN EASTMAN DIVISION OF EASTMAN CHEMICA
                     U.S. DOE Y-12 PLANT
                     U.S. DOE, OAK RIDGE  NATIONAL LABORATORY
TND000772277
TND000645770
TND000614321
TND067690040
TN0890090004
TND981474125
TND000772186
TND987777695
TND991279480
TND980847024
TND003376928
TN3890090001
TN1890090003
ANTIOCH
GREENBRIER
MILLINGTON
MEMPHIS
OAK RIDGE
NASHVILLE
MILLINGTON
KNOXVILLE
MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS
KINGSPORT
OAK RIDGE
OAK RIDGE
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
                                                                                                 59,481
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   TENNESSEE
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED  BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                              1
                              3

                              4
                              2
                             11
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  INCINERATION
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                             11
                              4
                              1

                             13
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                 TENNESSEE


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         46,949 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         65,079 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                       TEXAS
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):    1,219
      1 TXD008123317
      2 TXD008080533
      3 TXD001700806
      4 TXD008081101
      5 TXD059685339
      6 TXD000751172
      7 TXD008079642
      8 TXD008106999
      9 TXD007330202
     10 TXD008079527
     11 TXD083472266
     12 TXD078432457
     13 TXD087491973
     14 TXD008081697
     15 TXD026481523
     16 TXD008092793
     17 TXD058275769
     18 TXD049213127
     19 TX0000201202
     20 TXD058265067
     21 TXD990797714
     22 TXD077603371
     23 TXD007376700
     24 TXD987986734
     25 TXD067285973
     26 TXD008079212
     27 TXD000742304
     28 TXD008132268
     29 TXD000719518
     30 TXD982286932
     31 TXD000838896
     32 TXD000461533
     33 TXD026040709
     34 TXD066362559
     35 TXD053624193
     36 TXD000836445
     37 TXD046844700
     38 TXD981053770
     39 TXD008119414
     40 TXD058276130
     41 TXD096037932
     42 TXD058260977
     43 TXD990796351
     44 TXT490011293
     45 TXD988087623
     46 TXD981911209
     47 TXD006451090
     48 TXD071378582
     49 TXD073912974
     50 TXD008113441
  TOTAL
SITE NAME

DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO., E.I.
TEXAS CITY REFINERY - AMOCO OIL CO
CHOCOLATE BAYOU PLANT
BEAUMONT WORKS
DIAMOND SHAMROCK REFINING COMPANY - MCKE
GREEN LAKE FACILITY
SABINE RIVER WORKS
MERICHEM - SASOL USA LLC.
EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY
STERLING CHEMICALS, INC.
ARCO CHEMICAL
CELANESE LTD. CLEAR LAKE PLANT
SOUTHWESTERN COPPER DIV; AMARILLO COPPER
BASF CORPORATION
GALENA PARK TERMINAL
DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY - OYSTER CREEK SITE
CHANNELVIEW COMPLEX
MARSHALL FACILITY
PO/MTBE PLANT
BAYPORT FACILITY - ARCO CHEMICAL CO
MOBIL OIL CORPORATION - BEAUMONT REFINER
SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
CHEMICAL GROUP PAMPA PLANT
CHEMICAL RESOURCE PROCESSING - INC.
SHELL OIL COMPANY - DEER PARK
DUPONT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS LA PORTE PL
GIBRALTAR CHEMICAL RESOURCES, INC.-FORME
A SUBSIDIARY OF THE COASTAL CORPORATION-
DISPOSAL SYSTEMS INC.
INGLESIDE PLANT
CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC
TEXAS CITY PLANT, MAIN PLANT FACILITY
BAY CITY PLANT
CHAPARRAL STEEL MIDLOTHIAN, L.P.
VALERO REFINING COMPANY-TEXAS
OXYCHEM - CORPUS CHRISTI PLANT
CHEMICAL RECLAMATION SERVICES
DURATHERM, INC.
SMI
LA PORTE COMPLEX
HALTERMANN,  LTD.
BAYER CORPORATION
NORTH STAR STEEL TEXAS
FORMOSA PLASTICS CORPORATION, TEXAS
CITY MACHINE & WELDING INC.
HOUSTON CHEMICAL COMPLEX, VCM SITE
FRISCO RECYCLING SERVICES
NUCOR CORP.
ITC
CELANESE ENGINEERING RESINS, INC.
VICTORIA
TEXAS CITY
ALVIN
BEAUMONT
SUNRAY
BLOOMINGTON
ORANGE
HOUSTON
LONGVIEW
TEXAS CITY
CHANNELVIEW
PASADENA
AMARILLO
FREEPORT
GALENA PARK
FREEPORT
CHANNELVIEW
MARSHALL
PORT NECHES
PASADENA
BEAUMONT
DENTON
PAMPA
DEER PARK
DEER PARK
LA PORTE
TYLER
CORPUS CHRISTI
DEER PARK
GREGORY
PORT ARTHUR
TEXAS CITY
BAY CITY
MIDLOTHIAN
HOUSTON
CORPUS CHRISTI
AVALON
SAN LEON
SEGUIN
LA PORTE
HOUSTON
BAYTOWN
BEAUMONT
POINT COMFORT
AMARILLO
DEER PARK
FRISCO
JEWETT
DEER PARK
BISHOP
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      TEXAS
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN  ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY  TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND  D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                        TEXAS
                                               1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                      135
                                                 17,371,102 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                      SITE NAME
                      DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO.,  E.I.
                      CHOCOLATE BAYOU PLANT
                      TEXAS CITY REFINERY - AMOCO OIL CO
                      BEAUMONT WORKS
                      DIAMOND SHAMROCK REFINING COMPANY - MCKE
                      GREEN LAKE FACILITY
                      STERLING CHEMICALS, INC.
                      EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      CELANESE LTD. CLEAR LAKE PLANT
                      ARCO CHEMICAL
                      SOUTHWESTERN COPPER DIV; AMARILLO COPPER
                      BASF CORPORATION
                      DISPOSAL SYSTEMS INC.
                      DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY - OYSTER CREEK SITE
                      SAFETY-KLEEN ( DEER PARK ), INC.
                      PO/MTBE PLANT
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      CHEMICAL GROUP PAMPA PLANT
                      PHIBRO-TECH, INC.
                      GIBRALTAR CHEMICAL RESOURCES, INC.-FORME
                      TEXAS CITY PLANT, MAIN PLANT FACILITY
                      SHELL OIL COMPANY - DEER PARK
                      DSCCI
                      CHANNELVIEW COMPLEX
                      BASIC CHEMICALS CO.
                      INGLESIDE PLANT
                      BAY CITY PLANT
                      FRISCO RECYCLING SERVICES
                      EMPAK - DIVISION OF PAKHOED USA
                      ENCYCLE/TEXAS,  INC.
                      TEXAS ECOLOGISTS, INC.
                      HOUSTON CHEMICAL COMPLEX,  VCM SITE
                      CELANESE ENGINEERING RESINS, INC.
                      JEFFERSON COUNTY OPERATIONS
                      CONROE PLANT - HUNTSMAN CORP.
                      WASTE CONTROL SPECIALISTS
                      HEAT
                      CHEMICAL RECLAMATION SERVICES
                      SAFETY KLEEN ( SAN ANTONIO ), INC.
                      LA PORTE COMPLEX
                      OLIN CORPORATION
                      BAYPORT CHEMICAL
                      LA PORTE PLANT
                      BEAUMONT CHEMICAL PLANT
                      BAYPORT TERMINAL
                      ROHM & HAAS TEXAS INC
                      HUNTSMAN POLYMERS CORPORATION
                      LONZA, INC.
                      CORPUS CHRISTI REFINERY WEST PLANT
                      SCHENECTADY INTERNATIONAL,  INC.
 1 TXD008123317
 2 TXD001700806
 3 TXD008080533
 4 TXD008081101
 5 TXD059685339
 6 TXD000751172
 7 TXD008079527
 8 TXD007330202
 9 TXD078432457
10 TXD083472266
11 TXD087491973
12 TXD008081697
13 TXD000719518
14 TXD008092793
15 TXD055141378
16 TX0000201202
17 TXD077603371
18 TXD007376700
19 TXD047823265
20 TXD000742304
21 TXD000461533
22 TXD067285973
23 TXR000001016
24 TXD058275769
25 TXD008099079
26 TXD982286932
27 TXD026040709
28 TXD006451090
29 TXD097673149
30 TXD008117186
31 TXD069452340
32 TXD981911209
33 TXD008113441
34 TXD008076846
35 TXD008076853
36 TXD988088464
37 TXD980624035
38 TXD046844700
39 TXD052649027
40 TXD058276130
41 TXD008097487
42 TXD074185141
43 TXD086981172
44 TXD008077190
45 TXD000719286
46 TXD065096273
47 TXD980626014
48 TXD084970169
49 TXD981153711
50 TXD010797389
VICTORIA
ALVIN
TEXAS CITY
BEAUMONT
SUNRAY
BLOOMINGTON
TEXAS CITY
LONGVIEW
PASADENA
CHANNELVIEW
AMARILLO
FREEPORT
DEER PARK
FREEPORT
DEER PARK
PORT NECHES
DENTON
PAMPA
GARLAND
TYLER
TEXAS CITY
DEER PARK
CORPUS CHRISTI
CHANNELVIEW
HOUSTON
GREGORY
BAY CITY
FRISCO
DEER PARK
CORPUS CHRISTI
ROBSTOWN
DEER PARK
BISHOP
PORT NECHES
CONROE
ANDREWS
DALLAS
AVALON
SAN ANTONIO
LA PORTE
BEAUMONT
PASADENA
LA PORTE
CHEEK
SEABROOK
DEER PARK
ODESSA
PASADENA
CORPUS CHRISTI
FREEPORT
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
,035
,238
,101
,091
,088
.166
,873
,817
,475
,061
,276
,234
,535
.854
,825
,257
.292
,139
,646
. 080
,355
,743
,558
,268
. 990
,885
,398
,585
. 848
,547
,622
,846
,421
,763
,591
,343
,170
,455
,401
.307
,920
. 680
,876
,846
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                      TEXAS
                                         1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT  METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
                     QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                     MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                     (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
                                      .1
                                     1.6
                                     3.7
                                     3.1
                                      .4
                                     1.5
                                      . 5
                                      . 0
10.1
 4.3
15.9
23.2
 1.4
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  LANDFILL
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
M021-
QUANTITY PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE
MANAGED OF NUMBER OF OF
(TONS) QUANTITY FACILITIES FACILITIES
15, 392,
634,
544,
273,
261,
86,
63,
59,
37 ,
15,
2,

169
507
131
189
538
686
738
487
137
433
089
997
88.6
3.7
3.1
1.6
1.5
. 5
.4
. 3
.2
.1
. 0
. 0
16
19
31
6
2
7
9
5
11
7
1
3
2 3 .
27.
44.
8 .
2.
10.
13.
7.
15.
10.
1.
4.
|2
. 5
9
i 7
. 9
.1
.0

. 9
.1
.4
. 3
  TOTAL
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  DEEPWELL  /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  LANDFILL
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  SLUDGE TREATMENT
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL                                                      17,371,102       100.0
  NOTE:  FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR  QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
QUANTITY PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE
MANAGED OF NUMBER OF OF
(TONS) QUANTITY FACILITIES FACILITIES


15,









544,
634,
392,
37,
63,
15,
86,
273,
59,

261,
2,
131
507
169
137
738
433
686
189
487
997
538
089
3.1
3 . 7
88.6
.2
.4
.1
. 5
1.6
. 3
.0
1.5
.0
31
19
16
11
9
7
7
6
5
3
2
1
44.
27.
2 3 .
15.
13.
10.
10.
8 .
7.
4.
2 .
1.
. 9
. 5
. 2
. 9
. 0
.1
.1
.7
, 2
. 3
9
.4
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                        TEXAS
                                                 1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                               1,155
13
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPED:
                                                   1,032,505 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      GALENA PARK TERMINAL
                      BAYPORT FACILITY - ARCO CHEMICAL CO
                      CHANNELVIEW COMPLEX
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      CHEMICAL RESOURCE PROCESSING - INC.
                      SABINE RIVER WORKS
                      CHAPARRAL STEEL MIDLOTHIAN,  L.P.
                      ARCO CHEMICAL
                      VALERO REFINING COMPANY-TEXAS
                      CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT,  INC
                      CHEMICAL RECLAMATION SERVICES
                      DURATHERM,  INC.
                      SMI
                      HALTERMANN,  LTD.
                      BAYER CORPORATION
                      NORTH STAR STEEL TEXAS
                      FORMOSA PLASTICS CORPORATION, TEXAS
                      SHELL OIL COMPANY - DEER PARK
                      CITY MACHINE & WELDING INC.
                      NUCOR CORP.
                      HEAT
                      ENTERPRISE PRODUCTS OPERATING L.P.
                      LA PORTE COMPLEX
                      SAFETY KLEEN ( SAN ANTONIO ), INC.
                      LYONDELL PETROCHEMICAL COMPANY  (VICTORIA
                      SEA LION TECHNOLOGY, INC.
                      ALCOA ROCKDALE WORKS
                      CITGO REFINING AND CHEMICALS COMPANY L.P
                      BAYPORT PLANT
                      MIDLAND WAREHOUSE
                      GREENS BAYOU PLANT
                      PO/MTBE PLANT
                      DISPOSAL SYSTEMS INC.
                      ZTT MINERALS, INC.
                      EL PASO PLANT
                      PHELPS DODGE REFINING CORP.  - EL PASO WO
                      PORT ARTHUR REFINERY
                      PAKTANK CORPORATION - DEER PARK TERMINAL
                      BORDER STEEL MILLS, INC.
                      SWEENY REFINERY & PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
                      AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INC.
                      LONE STAR STEEL COMPANY
                      DUPONT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS LA PORTE PL
                      BAYTOWN CHEMICAL PLANT  (BTCP)
                      JAVELINA COMPANY
                      U.S. CHEMICALS DIVISION
                      VALERO REFINING COMPANY-TEXAS
                      SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO.
                      PASADENA PLANT
                      ELEMENTIS CHROMIUM L.P.
 1 TXD026481523
 2 TXD058265067
 3 TXD058275769
 4 TXD077603371
 5 TXD987986734
 6 TXD008079642
 7 TXD066362559
 8 TXD083472266
 9 TXD053624193
10 TXD000838896
11 TXD046844700
12 TXD981053770
13 TXD008119414
14 TXD096037932
15 TXD058260977
16 TXD990796351
17 TXT490011293
18 TXD067285973
19 TXD988087623
20 TXD071378582
21 TXD980624035
22 TXT490013455
23 TXD058276130
24 TXD052649027
25 TXD981917024
26 TXD000804302
27 TXD008091712
28 TXD051161990
29 TXD988079091
30 TXD073186389
31 TXD000836486
32 TX0000201202
33 TXD000719518
34 TXD987995941
35 TXD990757668
36 TXD007397144
37 TXD008090409
38 TXD000807982
39 TXD007398175
40 TXD048210645
41 TXD057191199
42 TXD007323397
43 TXD008079212
44 TXD980809909
45 TXD987985900
46 TXD008088833
47 TXD074604166
48 TXD052131323
49 TXD990757486
50 TXD098818339
  TOTAL
GALENA PARK
PASADENA
CHANNELVIEW
DENTON
DEER PARK
ORANGE
MIDLOTHIAN
CHANNELVIEW
HOUSTON
PORT ARTHUR
AVALON
SAN LEON
SEGUIN
HOUSTON
BAYTOWN
BEAUMONT
POINT COMFORT
DEER PARK
AMARILLO
JEWETT
DALLAS
MONT BELVIEU
LA PORTE
SAN ANTONIO
VICTORIA
TEXAS CITY
ROCKDALE
CORPUS CHRISTI
PASADENA
MIDLAND
HOUSTON
PORT NECHES
DEER PARK
CALDWELL
EL PASO
EL PASO
PORT ARTHUR
DEER PARK
EL PASO
OLD OCEAN
DEER PARK
LONE STAR
LA PORTE
BAYTOWN
CORPUS CHRISTI
ORANGE
CORPUS CHRISTI
GARLAND
PASADENA
CORPUS CHRISTI
196,845
 54,815
 53,851
 42,918
 36,480
 24,985
 20,514
 19,131
 17,395
 17,002
 16,304
 15,112
 14,744
 14,156
 14,152
 14,055
 13,355
 13,313
 12,032
 11,927
 10,113
  9,714
  9,171
  7,579
  7,397
  7,244
  7,094
  6,702
  6,589
  6, 270
  5,857
  5, 603
  5,512
  4,804
  4,642
  4,431
  4,383
  4,321
  4,096
  3, 936
  3,839
  3,758
  3, 695
  3, 657
  3,542
  3,525
  3,468
  3,460
  3,383
  3,338
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                        TEXAS
                                                 1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                   41
16
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVED:
                                                      512,619  TONS
10
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      DISPOSAL SYSTEMS INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN (  DEER PARK ),  INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      ARCO CHEMICAL
                      PHIBRO-TECH,  INC.
                      DSCCI
                      BASIC CHEMICALS CO.
                      EMPAK - DIVISION OF PAKHOED  USA
                      ENCYCLE/TEXAS,  INC.
                      CHEMICAL RECLAMATION SERVICES
                      TEXAS ECOLOGISTS,  INC.
                      ELTEX CHEMICAL  & SUPPLY CO.
                      SAFETY KLEEN (  SAN ANTONIO ),  INC.
                      WASTE CONTROL SPECIALISTS
                      FRISCO RECYCLING SERVICES
                      HEAT
                      DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO.,  E.I.
                      OLIN CORPORATION
                      TEXAS CITY PLANT,  MAIN  PLANT FACILITY
                      DIVISION OF SET ENVIRONMENTAL,  INC.
                      SAFETY KLEEN (LA PORTE),  INC.
                      ASHLAND CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      6-049-01
                      EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY -  OYSTER CREEK  SITE
                      FORT WORTH (SAFETY KLEEN)
                      CONROE PLANT -  HUNTSMAN CORP.
                      RECOVERY SERVICES,  INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS,  INC.
                      WASTE CHEMICAL  CENTER
                      SAFETY-KLEEN -  MIDLAND  BRANCH
                      6-073-01 (SAFETY KLEEN)
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS,  INC.
                      PARKANS INTERNATIONAL,  L.L.C.
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORPORATION
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS,  INC.
                      CORPUS CHRISTI  REFINERY WEST PLANT
                      NASA LYNDON B.  JOHNSON  SPACE CENTER
                      SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS,  INC.
                      PERFORATING & TESTING
 1 TXD000719518
 2 TXD055141378
 3 TXD077603371
 4 TXD083472266
 5 TXD047823265
 6 TXR000001016
 7 TXD008099079
 8 TXD097673149
 9 TXD008117186
   TXD046844700
11 TXD069452340
12 TXD074196338
13 TXD052649027
14 TXD988088464
15 TXD006451090
16 TXD980624035
17 TXD008123317
18 TXD008097487
19 TXD000461533
20 TXD055135388
21 TXD982290140
22 TXD980745095
23 TXD981052061
24 TXD007330202
25 TXD008092793
26 TXD981053416
27 TXD008076853
28 TXD982560294
29 TXD000729400
30 TXD982551806
31 TXD981056690
32 TXD000747386
33 TXD000747378
34 TXD008105959
35 TXD061290276
36 TXD000747428
37 TXD000747402
38 TXD981153711
39 TX8800016125
40 TXD083145656
41 TXD987988318
DEER PARK
DEER PARK
DENTON
CHANNELVIEW
GARLAND
CORPUS CHRISTI
HOUSTON
DEER PARK
CORPUS CHRISTI
AVALON
ROBSTOWN
HOUSTON
SAN ANTONIO
ANDREWS
FRISCO
DALLAS
VICTORIA
BEAUMONT
TEXAS CITY
HOUSTON
LA PORTE
GARLAND
IRVING
LONGVIEW
FREEPORT
FORT WORTH
CONROE
HOUSTON
SAN ANTONIO
DALLAS
MIDLAND
PASADENA
LONGVIEW
HOUSTON
ORANGE
WICHITA FALLS
CORPUS CHRISTI
CORPUS CHRISTI
HOUSTON
MCALLEN
FORT STOCKTON
158,325
 60,981
 44,910
 37,674
 36,646
 21,554
 20,863
 18,848
 14,547
 14,502
 13,597
  9,652
  8,174
  7,522
  7,329
  6,944
  5,301
  4,920
  4,512
  4,388
  4,227
    909
    808
    711
    545
    505
    443
    391
    382
    371
    356
    324
    322
    307
    271
    232
    225
     50
     27
     15
     11
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT  RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       TEXAS
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF  RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT  METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS  FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                                                                                 . b
                14.
         4
         1
        10
         7
19  MANAGEMENT  METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED
      LIMITED TO  WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  LANDFILL
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
20  MANAGEMENT  METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO  WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL /  UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  METALS RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                                                                             10
  NOTE:   FACILITIES  REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS  MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES  MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    TEXAS


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:        133,609 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:        228,318 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                             TRUST TERRITORIES
                                             1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                    1,101  TONS
      1 TT0570090001  JOHNSTON ATOLL CHEMICAL AGENT DISPOSAL   APO
      2 TT5210090002  USARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL                  REPUBLIC MARSHALL IS
      3 TT9570090002  DEFENSE SPECIAL WEAPONS AGENCY           APO

  TOTAL
                                                                                              1,101

  NOTE:    STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
          GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                              TRUST TERRITORIES
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                       BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE  MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT  MORE THAN ONE APPLIES    GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
    HAS  IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS  CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS  REACTIVE CODE
    HAS  D004-D017 CODE
    HAS  D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F  CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED

       44
        0
        0
       44
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE  CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE, CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                            NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                             TRUST TERRITORIES
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                                    524 TONS



8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES, 1997


   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME                               CITY


      1 TT0570090001  JOHNSTON ATOLL CHEMICAL AGENT DISPOSAL    APO


  TOTAL



  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                              TRUST TERRITORIES
                                       1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT  METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
                                                             QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                                             MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
                                                             (TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
                                          SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED    OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER  OF FACILITIES,  1997
                                          SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED    OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION

  TOTAL

  NOTE:  FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
        COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
        COLUMNS MAY NOT  SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                            NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                             TRUST TERRITORIES
                                             1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
                                                     607 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS, 1997

   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME
  TOTAL
                                                           APO
                                                           REPUBLIC MARSHALL IS
                                                           APO
541
 48
 19
  NOTE:
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                            TRUST TERRITORIES
                                            1997 WASTE RECEIPTS

TABLES 15,  16, 17, 18,  19 AND 20 HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES IN THE
TRUST TERRITORIES THAT  REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997.
 Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
 earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                             TRUST TERRITORIES


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:             0 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:           607 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                        UTAH
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                         89
                                                       78,555 TONS
      1 UTD981552177
      2 UTD021533054
      3 UTD000826446
      4 UTD982595795
      5 UT5210090002
      6 UTD001705029
      7 UT0571724350
      8 UT3213820894
      9 UTD988070215
     10 UTD000826362
     11 UTD041310962
     12 UTD009081357
     13 UTD073010902
     14 UTD980960702
     15 UTD980954168
     16 UTD092024934
     17 UTD072988173
     18 UTD092029768
     19 UTD073008237
     20 UTD009073305
     21 UTT500010087
     22 UTD982598898
     23 UTD045267127
     24 UTD009090580
     25 UTD988072294
     26 UTD988078150
     27 UTD094674595
     28 UTD982648545
     29 UTD007939358
     30 UTD991301748
     31 UTD009086133
     32 UTD054680590
     33 UTD980959035
     34 UTD127673697
     35 UTD980806244
     36 UTR000001909
     37 UTD000826412
     38 UTD056095334
     39 UTD060381977
     40 UTD149899262
     41 UTD000716407
     42 UTD049779325
     43 UTD009438359
     44 UTD988067096
     45 UTD981550858
     46 UTR000002527
     47 UT9210020922
     48 UTD041075896
     49 UT3750211259
     50 UTD988074241
SITE NAME

LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES-ARAGONITE
NUCOR STEEL
KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER-SMELTER
LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES  (CLIVE)
DESERET CHEMICAL DEPOT
ALLIANT TECHSYSTEMS, INC - BACCHUS WORKS
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, HILL, UTAH
TOOELE ARMY DEPOT
COMPEQ INTERNATIONAL
AMOCO SALT LAKE CITY REFINERY
THE ENSIGN-BICKFORD COMPANY
THIOKOL CORP/PROMONTORY
TYCO PRINTED CIRCUIT GROUP - LOGAN DIV.
JOHNSON MATTHEY
VIKTRON UTAH
WESTERN ZIRCONIUM CBS CORPORATION - CNFD
PARISH CHEMICAL COMPANY
CHEVRON PRODUCTS COMPANY
FAIRCHILD SEMICONDUCTOR
EDO CORPORATION - WESTERN DIVISION
PACIFICORP - NTO/GADSBY PLANT
ENVIROCARE OF UTAH, INC.
FLYING J REFINERY
PHILLIPS 66 COMPANY
WESTERN ELECTROCHEMICAL COMPANY  (WECCO)
BFI WASTE SYSTEMS OF NORTH AMERICA, INC.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
THERATECH, INC.
WHEELER MACHINERY COMPANY
LAIDLAW ENV. SERVICES (LONE & GRASSY MTN
GENEVA STEEL
LEVELOR HOME FASHIONS
VULCRAFT-UTAH DIVISION OF NUCOR CORP.
AUTOLIV ASP, INC. - PROMONTORY
SALT LAKE CIRCUITS
MAPLE OIL PRODUCTS COMPANY
KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER-REFINERY
PRECISION TECHNOLOGY, INC.
BECTON DICKINSON INFUSION THERAPY SYSTEM
RAYLOC - PAYSON, DIV. GENUINE PARTS CO.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
FMC JETWAY SYSTEMS  (EAST)
VARIAN X-RAY TUBE PRODUCTS
COMPANION SYSTEMS INC.
THE BOEING COMPANY, DAPD
HEXCEL CORPORATION
DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN UTAH  (DDOU)
SYRO, INC.
DUGWAY PROVING GROUND
OEA, INC., UTAH DIVISION
CITY

ARAGONITE
PLYMOUTH
MAGNA
CLIVE
TOOELE
WEST VALLEY CITY
HILL AIR FORCE BASE
TOOELE
SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
SPANISH FORK
PROMONTORY
LOGAN
SALT LAKE
SALT LAKE CITY
OGDEN
VINEYARD
SALT LAKE CITY
WEST JORDAN
SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
CLIVE
NORTH SALT LAKE
WOODS CROSS,
CEDAR CITY
NORTH SALT LAKE
SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
CLIVE
VINEYARD
OGDEN
BRIGHAM CITY
PROMONTORY
SALT LAKE CITY
MURRAY
MAGNA
SALT LAKE CITY
SANDY
PAYSON
OGDEN
OGDEN
SALT LAKE CITY
NORTH SALT LAKE
SALT LAKE CITY
WEST VALLEY CITY
OGDEN
CENTERVILLE
DUGWAY
TREMONTON
                                                                                           TOTAL GENERATED
                                                                                                (TONS)
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      UTAH
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN  ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS  OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  &  LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE  OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       UTAH
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF  RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                      20
                                                  325,888 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     TOOELE ARMY DEPOT
                     LAIDLAW ENV.  SERVICES  (LONE & GRASSY MTN
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL  SERVICES-ARAGONITE
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL  SERVICES (CLIVE)
                     ENVIROCARE OF UTAH,  INC.
                     DESERET CHEMICAL DEPOT
                     UTAH TEST AND TRAINING RANGE, U.S.A.F.
                     THIOKOL CORP/PROMONTORY
                     ALLIANT TECHSYSTEMS, INC - BACCHUS WORKS
                     ASHLAND CHEMICAL,CO.
 1 UT3213820894
 2 UTD991301748
 3 UTD981552177
 4 UTD982595795
 5 UTD982598898
 6 UT5210090002
 7 UT0570090001
 8 UTD009081357
 9 UTD001705029
10 UTD048406144
TOOELE
CLIVE
ARAGONITE
CLIVE
CLIVE
TOOELE
BOX ELDER COUNTY
PROMONTORY
WEST VALLEY CITY
CLEARFIELD
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT MANAGED  WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       UTAH
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  LANDFILL
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                               QUANTITY   PERCENTAGE
                                                               MANAGED    OF
                                                               (TONS)     QUANTITY
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
            PERCENTAGE
            OF
            FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  OTHER RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
                                                                                            10
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA  HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  INCINERATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  LAND TREATMENT / APPLICATION / FARMING
  DEEPWELL  / UNDERGROUND INJECTION
  OTHER RECOVERY
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
                              7
  TOTAL

  NOTE:
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
                                                                                            10
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                         UTAH
                                                 1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                  86
13
                                                      83,191 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS, 1997

                      SITE NAME
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES-ARAGONITE
                      LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES  (CLIVE)
                      NUCOR STEEL
                      KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER-SMELTER
                      HILL AIR FORCE BASE, HILL, UTAH
                      ALLIANT TECHSYSTEMS, INC - BACCHUS WORKS
                      COMPEQ INTERNATIONAL
                      AMOCO SALT LAKE CITY REFINERY
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                      THE ENSIGN-BICKFORD COMPANY
                      TYCO PRINTED CIRCUIT GROUP - LOGAN DIV.
                      DESERET CHEMICAL DEPOT
                      VIKTRON UTAH
                      JOHNSON MATTHEY
                      LAIDLAW ENV. SERVICES (LONE & GRASSY MTN
                      THIOKOL CORP/PROMONTORY
                      CHEVRON PRODUCTS COMPANY
                      PARISH CHEMICAL COMPANY
                      EDO CORPORATION - WESTERN DIVISION
                      FAIRCHILD SEMICONDUCTOR
                      PACIFICORP - NTO/GADSBY PLANT
                      FLYING J REFINERY
                      PHILLIPS 66 COMPANY
                      ASHLAND CHEMICAL,CO.
                      WESTERN ELECTROCHEMICAL COMPANY  (WECCO)
                      BFI WASTE SYSTEMS OF NORTH AMERICA, INC.
                      UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
                      THERATECH, INC.
                      WHEELER MACHINERY COMPANY
                      GENEVA STEEL
                      VULCRAFT-UTAH DIVISION OF NUCOR CORP.
                      SALT LAKE CIRCUITS
                      AUTOLIV ASP, INC. - PROMONTORY
                      WESTERN ZIRCONIUM CBS CORPORATION - CNFD
                      MAPLE OIL PRODUCTS COMPANY
                      TOOELE ARMY DEPOT
                      KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER-REFINERY
                      PRECISION TECHNOLOGY, INC.
                      FMC JETWAY SYSTEMS  (EAST)
                      DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN UTAH  (DDOU)
                      THE BOEING COMPANY, DAPD
                      SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
                      LEVELOR HOME FASHIONS
                      SYRO, INC.
                      HEXCEL CORPORATION
                      OEA, INC., UTAH DIVISION
                      VARIAN X-RAY TUBE PRODUCTS
                      BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
                      TELEFLEX DEFENSE SYSTEMS
                      UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY
 1 UTD981552177
 2 UTD982595795
 3 UTD021533054
 4 UTD000826446
 5 UT0571724350
 6 UTD001705029
 7 UTD988070215
 8 UTD000826362
 9 UTD980957088
10 UTD041310962
11 UTD073010902
12 UT5210090002
13 UTD980954168
14 UTD980960702
15 UTD991301748
16 UTD009081357
17 UTD092029768
18 UTD072988173
19 UTD009073305
20 UTD073008237
21 UTT500010087
22 UTD045267127
23 UTD009090580
24 UTD048406144
25 UTD988072294
26 UTD988078150
27 UTD094674595
28 UTD982648545
29 UTD007939358
30 UTD009086133
31 UTD980959035
32 UTD980806244
33 UTD127673697
34 UTD092024934
35 UTR000001909
36 UT3213820894
37 UTD000826412
38 UTD056095334
39 UTD049779325
40 UT9210020922
41 UTD981550858
42 UTD000716407
43 UTD054680590
44 UTD041075896
45 UTR000002527
46 UTD988074241
47 UTD009438359
48 UTD009094012
49 UTD033513631
50 UTD000651653
ARAGONITE
CLIVE
PLYMOUTH
MAGNA
HILL AIR FORCE BASE
WEST VALLEY CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
SPANISH FORK
LOGAN
TOOELE
SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE
CLIVE
PROMONTORY
SALT LAKE CITY
VINEYARD
SALT LAKE CITY
WEST JORDAN
SALT LAKE CITY
NORTH SALT LAKE
WOODS CROSS,
CLEARFIELD
CEDAR CITY
NORTH SALT LAKE
SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
VINEYARD
BRIGHAM CITY
SALT LAKE CITY
PROMONTORY
OGDEN
MURRAY
TOOELE
MAGNA
SALT LAKE CITY
OGDEN
OGDEN
SALT LAKE CITY
OGDEN
OGDEN
CENTERVILLE
WEST VALLEY CITY
TREMONTON
SALT LAKE CITY
PROVO
SPANISH FORK
LOGAN
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       UTAH
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
                                                 11
16
                                                    110,178 TONS
17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     LAIDLAW ENV.  SERVICES  (LONE  & GRASSY MTN
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL  SERVICES-ARAGONITE
                     LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL  SERVICES  (CLIVE)
                     ENVIROCARE OF UTAH,  INC.
                     UTAH TEST AND TRAINING RANGE, U.S.A.F.
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CORP
                     ASHLAND CHEMICAL,CO.
                     THIOKOL CORP/PROMONTORY
                     ALLIANT TECHSYSTEMS, INC - BACCHUS WORKS
                     UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY
                     TOOELE ARMY DEPOT
 1 UTD991301748
 2 UTD981552177
 3 UTD982595795
 4 UTD982598898
 5 UT0570090001
 6 UTD980957088
 7 UTD048406144
 8 UTD009081357
 9 UTD001705029
10 UTD000651653
11 UT3213820894
CLIVE
ARAGONITE
CLIVE
CLIVE
BOX ELDER COUNTY
SALT LAKE CITY
CLEARFIELD
PROMONTORY
WEST VALLEY CITY
LOGAN
TOOELE
  TOTAL
  NOTE:
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                       UTAH
                                           1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF  RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LAND TREATMENT  / APPLICATION / FARMING
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL  SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  MANAGEMENT  METHOD

  INCINERATION
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER DISPOSAL  SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  OTHER RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  LAND TREATMENT  / APPLICATION / FARMING
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGE
MANAGED OF NUMBER OF OF
(TONS) QUANTITY FACILITIES FACILITIES
47,
37,
22,




913
042
346
646
2
1
0
44.4
34.3
20. 7
. 6
. 0
. 0
.0
5
2
2
1
1
1
1
71.
28.
28 .
14.
14.
14.
14.
.4
. 6
6
. 3
. 3
. 3
. 3
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE,  1997
  INCINERATION
  LANDFILL
  STABILIZATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  LAND TREATMENT  / APPLICATION / FARMING
  OTHER DISPOSAL  SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  OTHER RECOVERY
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  TOTAL
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND  THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     UTAH


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:         55,789 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:         31,671 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                      VERMONT
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                         65
                                                        4,064 TONS
      1 VTD002084705
      2 VTD002085108
      3 VTD001086529
      4 VTD001075894
      5 VTD039697347
      6 VTD099682494
      7 VTD001082841
      8 VTD001080126
      9 VTD002065597
     10 VTD000791871
     11 VTD981065998
     12 VTD988366167
     13 VTD001081215
     14 VTD064436074
     15 VTD002083434
     16 VTD002068484
     17 VTD069911873
     18 VTD002068096
     19 VTD000636563
     20 VTD002068070
     21 VTD980670319
     22 VTD000636449
     23 VTD002065654
     24 VTD982194193
     25 VTD988380564
     26 VTD981203557
     27 VTD001083468
     28 VTD988375580
     29 VTD020673299
     30 VTP000006769
     31 VTR000003582
     32 VTD990800575
     33 VTR000005348
     34 VTD000649780
     35 VTD001089226
     36 VTD001086131
     37 VTP000007693
     38 VTD002067254
     39 VT6572824294
     40 VTD000791699
     41 VTP000007691
     42 VTP000007675
     43 VTP000007692
     44 VTD045014602
     45 VTD045648243
     46 VTP000007875
     47 VTD002068856
     48 VTP000003155
     49 VTP000005750
     50 VT5000001982
SITE NAME

IBM CORPORATION
GE AIRCRAFT ENGINES
C.E. BRADLEY LABORATORIES,  INC.
GE AIRCRAFT ENGINES
VERMONT CASTINGS, INC.
BERTEK, INC
ETHAN ALLEN, INC.,  ORLEANS  DIVISION
GREENFIELD INDUSTRIES
EVEREADY BATTERY CO., INC.
BURLINGTON TERMINAL
G.S. PRECISION
INTERTEK TESTING SERVICES ENV LABS
ETHAN ALLEN INC.
EHV-WEIDMANN INDUSTRIES INC
GENERAL DYNAMICS
THE SHELBURNE CORPORATION
TIVOLY, INC.
MACK MOLDING COMPANY
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT ENV SAFETY FACIL
BF GOODRICH/SIMMONDS PRECISION
VERMONT CIRCUITS, INC.
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT & ST  AG COLLEGE
EVEREADY BATTERY CO.
SB COLLINS INC
BRADFORD OIL CO., INC.
YANKEE CORP
ETHAN ALLEN, INC. RANDOLPH  DIVISION
MACE SECURITIES INT'L
ESSEX GROUP, US SAMICA
GREAT BROOK FURNITURE, LTD
SUNOCO GASOLINE STATION
ETHAN ALLEN, INC.,  ISLAND POND DIVISION
VERMONT TUBES
GENERAL DYNAMICS
FELLOWS CORPORATION
FAIRBANKS SCALES
VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION
BLODGETT OVEN CO.
VT AIR NATIONAL GUARD, 158  FW
SAFETY KLEEN CORP
VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION
VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION
VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION
FIBERMARK, INC.
LAVALLEE AND IDE, INC.
WINDSOR SCHOOL
VELAN VALVE CORP.
BARROWS COAL COMPANY
LEO'S MOTORS, INC.
FLEMING OIL COMPANY
ESSEX JCT
RUTLAND
BRATTLEBORO
NORTH CLARENDON
BETHEL
ST ALBANS
ORLEANS
LYNDONVILL
BENNINGTON
BURLINGTON
BRATTLEBORO
COLCHESTER
BEECHER FALLS
ST JOHNSBURY
BURLINGTON
SHELBURNE
DERBY LINE
ARLINGTON
BURLINGTON
VERGENNES
BRATTLEBORO
BURLINGTON
ST ALBANS
ST ALBANS
BRADFORD
FAIRFAX
RANDOLPH
BENNINGTON
RUTLAND
NORTH SPRINGFIELD
WATERBURY CENTER
ISLAND POND
BRANDON
BURLINGTON
NORTH SPRINGFIELD
ST JOHNSBURY
SOUTH BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
SOUTH BURLINGTON
BARRE
SOUTH BURLINGTON
SOUTH BURLINGTON
SOUTH BURLINGTON
BRATTLEBORO
WINOOSKI
WINDSOR
WILLISTON
BRATTLEBORO
MANCHESTER
BRATTLEBORO
21
21
20
19
19
16
15
15
14
13
12
12
12
11
11
11
10
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    VERMONT
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                     511
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U  WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE  WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  VERMONT
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT



6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:       5



7  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED:              0  TONS



  TABLES 8, 9, 10 AND  11 HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT  BECAUSE THERE WERE NO FACILITIES IN VERMONT
  THAT REPORTED MANAGING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997 OTHER  THAN AS A STORAGE ONLY FACILITY.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                      VERMONT
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                  63
13
                                                       5,181 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      IBM CORPORATION
                      POLLUTION SOLUTIONS OF VERMONT INC
                      GE AIRCRAFT ENGINES
                      GE AIRCRAFT ENGINES
                      SAFETY KLEEN CORP
                      C.E.  BRADLEY LABORATORIES,  INC.
                      VERMONT CASTINGS, INC.
                      BERTEK, INC
                      ETHAN ALLEN,  INC.,  ORLEANS  DIVISION
                      EVEREADY BATTERY CO.,  INC.
                      GREENFIELD INDUSTRIES
                      BURLINGTON TERMINAL
                      G.S.  PRECISION
                      INTERTEK TESTING SERVICES ENV LABS
                      ETHAN ALLEN INC.
                      GENERAL DYNAMICS
                      THE SHELBURNE CORPORATION
                      TIVOLY, INC.
                      UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT  & ST  AG COLLEGE
                      BF GOODRICH/SIMMONDS PRECISION
                      MACK MOLDING COMPANY
                      UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT  ENV SAFETY FACIL
                      VERMONT CIRCUITS, INC.
                      VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION
                      SB COLLINS INC
                      BRADFORD OIL CO., INC.
                      EVEREADY BATTERY CO.
                      EHV-WEIDMANN INDUSTRIES INC
                      YANKEE CORP
                      ETHAN ALLEN,  INC. RANDOLPH  DIVISION
                      ESSEX GROUP,  US SAMICA
                      GREAT BROOK FURNITURE, LTD
                      SUNOCO GASOLINE STATION
                      ETHAN ALLEN,  INC.,  ISLAND POND DIVISION
                      VERMONT TUBES
                      GENERAL DYNAMICS
                      MACE SECURITIES INT'L
                      FAIRBANKS SCALES
                      VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION
                      FELLOWS CORPORATION
                      BLODGETT OVEN CO.
                      VT AIR NATIONAL GUARD, 158  FW
                      VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION
                      VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION
                      VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION
                      FIBERMARK, INC.
                      LAVALLEE AND IDE, INC.
                      VELAN VALVE CORP.
                      WINDSOR SCHOOL
                      BARROWS COAL COMPANY
 1 VTD002084705
 2 VTD982766537
 3 VTD002085108
 4 VTD001075894
 5 VTD000791699
 6 VTD001086529
 7 VTD039697347
 8 VTD099682494
 9 VTD001082841
10 VTD002065597
11 VTD001080126
12 VTD000791871
13 VTD981065998
14 VTD988366167
15 VTD001081215
16 VTD002083434
17 VTD002068484
18 VTD069911873
19 VTD000636449
20 VTD002068070
21 VTD002068096
22 VTD000636563
23 VTD980670319
24 VTP000007802
25 VTD982194193
26 VTD988380564
27 VTD002065654
28 VTD064436074
29 VTD981203557
30 VTD001083468
31 VTD020673299
32 VTP000006769
33 VTR000003582
34 VTD990800575
35 VTR000005348
36 VTD000649780
37 VTD988375580
38 VTD001086131
39 VTP000007693
40 VTD001089226
41 VTD002067254
42 VT6572824294
43 VTP000007691
44 VTP000007675
45 VTP000007692
46 VTD045014602
47 VTD045648243
48 VTD002068856
49 VTP000007875
50 VTP000003155
ESSEX JCT
WILLISTON
RUTLAND
NORTH CLARENDON
BARRE
BRATTLEBORO
BETHEL
ST ALBANS
ORLEANS
BENNINGTON
LYNDONVILL
BURLINGTON
BRATTLEBORO
COLCHESTER
BEECHER FALLS
BURLINGTON
SHELBURNE
DERBY LINE
BURLINGTON
VERGENNES
ARLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BRATTLEBORO
WALLINGFORD
ST ALBANS
BRADFORD
ST ALBANS
ST JOHNSBURY
FAIRFAX
RANDOLPH
RUTLAND
NORTH SPRINGFIELD
WATERBURY CENTER
ISLAND POND
BRANDON
BURLINGTON
BENNINGTON
ST JOHNSBURY
SOUTH BURLINGTON
NORTH SPRINGFIELD
BURLINGTON
SOUTH BURLINGTON
SOUTH BURLINGTON
SOUTH BURLINGTON
SOUTH BURLINGTON
BRATTLEBORO
WINOOSKI
WILLISTON
WINDSOR
BRATTLEBORO
1,096
  877
  587
  505
  408
  393
  156
  120
   7 6
   71
   68
   62
   59
   58
   53
   45
   44
   38
   29
   27
   24
   23
   21
   20
   19
   19
   18
   17
   16
   15
   14
   13
   12
   12
   12
   11
   11
   11
   10
    9
    9
    7
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
                                                                                                     5,145
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   VERMONT



                                              1997 WASTE RECEIPTS


15  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:       4


16  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVED:         1,247 TONS


17  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS,  1997

   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME
                                                            WILLISTON
                                                            BARRE
                                                            BURLINGTON
                                                            ESSEX  JCT
  NOTE:    COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO  ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES  THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                                 VERMONT
                                       1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED

TABLES  18, 19 AND 20  HAVE BEEN OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE  THERE WERE NO FACILITIES IN VERMONT  THAT
REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM OFFSITE IN 1997 OTHER THAN STORAGE ONLY FACILITIES.
Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                  VERMONT


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:            815 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:          5,082 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                               VIRGIN ISLANDS
                                             1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):
                                                    2,811  TONS
  NOTE:    STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
          GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                VIRGIN ISLANDS
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                             TONS OF
                                                             WASTE
                                                             GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
                                                                                                            241
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY  CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL  BECAUSE A WASTE CODE  MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES  MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                               VIRGIN ISLANDS
                                            1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF RCRA TSD  FACILITIES:
                                                    659 TONS



8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT  FACILITIES,  1997


   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME                              CITY


      1 VID980536080  HESS OIL VIRGIN ISLANDS CORP.            KINGSHILLST.  CROIX


  TOTAL



  NOTE:  COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO  ROUNDING.
        STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
        FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                VIRGIN ISLANDS
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED


9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997

                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                           SYSTEM              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER  OF   OF
  MANAGEMENT METHOD                        TYPE  CODE            (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  LAND  TREATMENT / APPLICATION  / FARMING         M131                 659       100.0           1

  TOTAL                                                            659       100.0           1


10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997

                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                           SYSTEM              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER  OF  OF
  MANAGEMENT METHOD                        TYPE  CODE            (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  LAND  TREATMENT / APPLICATION  / FARMING         M131                 659       100.0           1

  TOTAL                                                            659       100.0           1


11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997

                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
                                           SYSTEM              MANAGED   OF          NUMBER  OF   OF
  MANAGEMENT METHOD                        TYPE  CODE            (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  LAND  TREATMENT / APPLICATION  / FARMING         M131                 659       100.0           1

  TOTAL                                                            659       100.0           1

  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE  EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.


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                                             NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  SHIPPERS:
                                               VIRGIN ISLANDS
                                             1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
                                                   2,059 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997


   RANK EPA ID       SITE NAME
  NOTE:    COLUMNS  MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
          STATE MAY  HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              VIRGIN ISLANDS
                                             1997 WASTE RECEIPTS

TABLES 15,  16, 17, 18,  19 AND 20 HAVE BEEN  OMITTED FROM THIS REPORT BECAUSE THERE WERE NO  FACILITIES IN THE
VIRGIN ISLANDS THAT REPORTED RECEIVING RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IN 1997.
 Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
 earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                            NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                               VIRGIN ISLANDS


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:             0 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:          2,059 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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 NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                      VIRGINIA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      329
                                                       57,395 TONS
      1 VAD980554539
      2 VAD003122553
      3 VAD065385296
      4 VAD003111416
      5 VAD001705110
      6 VA6170061463
      7 VAD981034895
      8 VAD065417008
      9 VAD988170684
     10 VAD003177391
     11 VAD066000993
     12 VA1210020730
     13 VAD009305137
     14 VAD093561652
     15 VAD001307495
     16 VAD988223574
     17 VA1170024813
     18 VAD000798702
     19 VAD083059311
     20 VAD066003161
     21 VAD000731133
     22 VAD003062742
     23 VAD046960449
     24 VAD003175072
     25 VAD980714588
     26 VAD054039961
     27 VAD050990357
     28 VAD982573156
     29 VAD003175262
     30 VAD003114832
     31 VAR000004481
     32 VAD089028377
     33 VAD988211850
     34 VAD982573248
     35 VAD096372974
     36 VAD000019828
     37 VAD075612564
     38 VAD046979498
     39 VAD000820712
     40 VAD065378515
     41 VAD980831283
     42 VAD054040456
     43 VAD988204186
     44 VAD066008780
     45 VAD148239569
     46 VAD071226930
     47 VAD043344472
     48 VAD003109360
     49 VAD003127008
     50 VAD099605842
SITE NAME

E.  I.  DUPONT DE NEMOURS
ROANOKE ELECTRIC STEEL CORP
ALLIED SIGNAL INC
PRILLAMAN CHEMICAL CORP
MERCK & CO., INC.
COMMANDER, NAVAL BASE, NORFOLK
AUTOMATA INC
GRIFFIN PIPE PRODUCTS CO.
HICKSON DANCHEM CORP
FORD MOTOR COMPANY - NORFOLK ASSEMBLY PL
VIASYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
RADFORD ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
DUPONT SPRUANCE PLT
B I CHEMICALS INC
NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING
COYNE TEXTILE SERVICES
NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD
WESTVACO CONSUMER PACKAGING DIV PLT 1
VIRGINIA GALVANIZING CORPORATION
VOLVO TRUCKS NORTH AMERICA, INC.
COLONIAL PIPELINE CO - MITCHELL JCT
OSULLIVAN CORPORATION
BWX TECHNOLOGIES, INC., NNFD
NORFOLK SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORP
WESTVACO CONSUMER PACKAGING DIV PLT 4
FEDERAL MOGUL CORP
AMOCO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS- YORKTOWN
C S POLYMER INC
CLARIANT CORP
E I DUPONT DE NEMOURS & CO INC
SARTOMER CO INC
REHRIG INTL
GREYSTONE OF VIRGINIA
VI SHAY-VITRAMON ROANOKE
BRISTOL COMPRESSORS INC
AKZO NOBEL COATINGS INC
MICROMETRICS SYSTEMS
RICHMOND GRAVURE INTL PAPER
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
BELLWOOD PRINTING PLT
LOFTON CORP
SIEMENS AUTOMOTIVE
ETHYL PETROLEUM ADDITIVES INC
COURTAULDS PERFORMANCE FILMS
SHOREWOOD PACKAGING
WASHINGTON POST THE, SPRINGFIELD PLANT
ELECTROPLATE-RITE CORP THE
FERGUSSON J W & SONS INC
LANE CO THE
GOLDSCHMIDT CHEMICAL CORP
FRONT ROYAL
ROANOKE
HOPEWELL
MARTINSVILLE
ELKTON
NORFOLK
STERLING
LYNCHBURG
DANVILLE
NORFOLK
RICHMOND
RADFORD
RICHMOND
PETERSBURG
NEWPORT NEWS
COLONIAL HEIGHTS
PORTSMOUTH
RICHMOND
ASHLAND
DUBLIN
COLUMBIA
WINCHESTER
LYNCHBURG
NORFOLK
RICHMOND
BLACKSBURG
GRAF TON
NEWPORT NEWS
PORTSMOUTH
WAYNESBORO
CHATHAM
RICHMOND
TOANO
ROANOKE
BRISTOL
ROANOKE
MEADOWS OF DAN
RICHMOND
CHARLOTTESVILLE
RICHMOND
RAPHINE
NEWPORT NEWS
RICHMOND
FIELDALE
NEWPORT NEWS
SPRINGFIELD
DUBLIN
RICHMOND
ALTAVISTA
HOPEWELL
7, 936
7,405
4,123
3,917
2,757
2,006
1,622
1,394
1,107
1,084
1,018
  947
  900
  819
  790
  746
  735
  685
  601
  557
  555
  528
  494
  477
  438
  414
  401
  367
  338
  335
  311
  307
  305
  302
  283
  280
  270
  267
  221
  213
  213
  209
  193
  190
  171
  165
  164
  163
  153
  147
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    VIRGINIA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC  WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE  CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC  AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                           LISTED CODES
HAS MORE THAN  ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS  OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
                        5,157
                        7, 649
                            0
                          161
                                                                         BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH  CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                            HAS AN F CODE
                                            HAS A K CODE
                                            HAS A P CODE
                                            HAS A U CODE
                                            TOTAL
                               IGN.  W/  AT  LEAST 1 LSTD
                               CORR.  W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D004-17  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43  W/  AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE  W/  AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS  DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE  THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE, D004-17,  AND D018-43  CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN  OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P,  AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
   Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
   earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        397

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                                                     VIRGINIA
                                              1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER OF  RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                      32
                                                   47,737 TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,  1997

                     SITE NAME
                     SOLITE CORP - AF  OLD  PLT
                     VIRGINIA SOLITE CO
                     PRILLAMAN CHEMICAL  CORP
                     ALLIED SIGNAL INC
                     RADFORD ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
                     COOK COMPOSITES & POLYMER CO.
                     NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER DAHLGREN
                     ATLANTIC RESERACH CORP  GAINESVILLE
                     ASHLAND ROANOKE
                     NAVAL WEAPONS STATION YORKTOWN
                     ATLANTIC RESEARCH CORP
                     NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD
 1 VAD042755082
 2 VAD046970521
 3 VAD003111416
 4 VAD065385296
 5 VA1210020730
 6 VAD055046049
 7 VA7170024684
 8 VAD023741705
 9 VAD062373600
10 VA8170024170
11 VAD981112618
12 VA1170024813
ARVONIA
CASCADE
MARTINSVILLE
HOPEWELL
RADFORD
CHATHAM
DAHLGREN
GAINESVILLE
ROANOKE
YORKTOWN
RHOADSVILLE
PORTSMOUTH
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY  FACILITIES THAT MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE  ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        398

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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                    VIRGINIA
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT  METHOD, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS

  TOTAL
                                                              QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                                              MANAGED   OF         NUMBER OF   OF
                                                               (TONS)    QUANTITY   FACILITIES  FACILITIES
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  ENERGY  RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  FUEL BLENDING
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
                                         .0
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES, 1997
  OTHER DISPOSAL SPECIFIED IN COMMENTS
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        399

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                                                      VIRGINIA
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 289
13
                                                      93,333 TONS
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      OLDOVER CORPORATION - CASCADE,  VA
                      OLDOVER CORP ARVONIA
                      ROANOKE ELECTRIC STEEL CORP
                      E.  I.  DUPONT DE NEMOURS
                      PRILLAMAN CHEMICAL CORP
                      MERCK & CO., INC.
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CHESTER
                      COMMANDER,  NAVAL BASE, NORFOLK
                      LOFTON CORP
                      SAFETY-KLEEN CHESAPEAKE
                      AUTOMATA INC
                      HICKSON DANCHEM CORP
                      FORD MOTOR COMPANY - NORFOLK ASSEMBLY PL
                      VIASYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
                      DUPONT SPRUANCE PLT
                      B I CHEMICALS INC
                      SAFETY-KLEEN VINTON
                      COYNE TEXTILE SERVICES
                      NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING
                      WESTVACO CONSUMER PACKAGING DIV PLT 1
                      RADFORD ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
                      VIRGINIA GALVANIZING CORPORATION
                      NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD
                      VOLVO TRUCKS NORTH AMERICA, INC.
                      COLONIAL PIPELINE CO - MITCHELL JCT
                      BWX TECHNOLOGIES,  INC., NNFD
                      NORFOLK SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORP
                      WESTVACO CONSUMER PACKAGING DIV PLT 4
                      FEDERAL MOGUL CORP
                      C S POLYMER INC
                      CLARIANT CORP
                      E I DUPONT DE NEMOURS & CO INC
                      SARTOMER CO INC
                      REHRIG INTL
                      BRISTOL COMPRESSORS INC
                      AKZO NOBEL COATINGS INC
                      RICHMOND GRAVURE INTL PAPER
                      MICROMETRICS SYSTEMS
                      OSULLIVAN CORPORATION
                      VI SHAY-VITRAMON ROANOKE
                      BELLWOOD PRINTING PLT
                      SIEMENS AUTOMOTIVE
                      ETHYL PETROLEUM ADDITIVES INC
                      COURTAULDS PERFORMANCE FILMS
                      SHOREWOOD PACKAGING
                      ALLIED SIGNAL INC
                      WASHINGTON POST THE, SPRINGFIELD PLANT
                      ELECTROPLATE-RITE CORP THE
                      FERGUSSON J W & SONS INC
                      NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD
 1 VAD077942266
 2 VAD098443443
 3 VAD003122553
 4 VAD980554539
 5 VAD003111416
 6 VAD001705110
 7 VAD981043011
 8 VA6170061463
 9 VAD980831283
10 VAD000737346
11 VAD981034895
12 VAD988170684
13 VAD003177391
14 VAD066000993
15 VAD009305137
16 VAD093561652
17 VAD000737361
18 VAD988223574
19 VAD001307495
20 VAD000798702
21 VA1210020730
22 VAD083059311
23 VA1170024813
24 VAD066003161
25 VAD000731133
26 VAD046960449
27 VAD003175072
28 VAD980714588
29 VAD054039961
30 VAD982573156
31 VAD003175262
32 VAD003114832
33 VAR000004481
34 VAD089028377
35 VAD096372974
36 VAD000019828
37 VAD046979498
38 VAD075612564
39 VAD003062742
40 VAD982573248
41 VAD065378515
42 VAD054040456
43 VAD988204186
44 VAD066008780
45 VAD148239569
46 VAD065385296
47 VAD071226930
48 VAD043344472
49 VAD003109360
50 VA5170000181
CASCADE
ARVONIA
ROANOKE
FRONT ROYAL
MARTINSVILLE
ELKTON
CHESTER
NORFOLK
RAPHINE
CHESAPEAKE
STERLING
DANVILLE
NORFOLK
RICHMOND
RICHMOND
PETERSBURG
VINTON
COLONIAL HEIGHTS
NEWPORT NEWS
RICHMOND
RADFORD
ASHLAND
PORTSMOUTH
DUBLIN
COLUMBIA
LYNCHBURG
NORFOLK
RICHMOND
BLACKSBURG
NEWPORT NEWS
PORTSMOUTH
WAYNESBORO
CHATHAM
RICHMOND
BRISTOL
ROANOKE
RICHMOND
MEADOWS OF DAN
WINCHESTER
ROANOKE
RICHMOND
NEWPORT NEWS
RICHMOND
FIELDALE
NEWPORT NEWS
HOPEWELL
SPRINGFIELD
DUBLIN
RICHMOND
PORTSMOUTH
20,650
19,890
 6,495
 4,636
 3,897
 2,757
 2,514
 2,035
 1,904
 1,776
 1,622
 1,107
 1,084
 1,018
   900
   819
   779
   746
   744
   685
   610
   601
   593
   557
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                     VIRGINIA
                                                1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS:
16
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVED:
                                                     80,722 TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     SOLITE CORP -  AF  OLD PLT
                     VIRGINIA SOLITE CO
                     OLDOVER CORP ARVONIA
                     OLDOVER CORPORATION - CASCADE, VA
                     PRILLAMAN CHEMICAL CORP
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CHESTER
                     SAFETY-KLEEN CHESAPEAKE
                     SAFETY-KLEEN VINTON
                     ASHLAND ROANOKE
1 VAD042755082
2 VAD046970521
3 VAD098443443
4 VAD077942266
5 VAD003111416
6 VAD981043011
7 VAD000737346
8 VAD000737361
9 VAD062373600
ARVONIA
CASCADE
ARVONIA
CASCADE
MARTINSVILLE
CHESTER
CHESAPEAKE
VINTON
ROANOKE
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO  ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                        401

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                                                     VIRGINIA
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM  OFFSITE, 1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE
  FUEL BLENDING

  TOTAL
FUEL)
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
5, 558
37,712
13
43, 283
PERCENTA
OF
QUANTITY
12
87

100
GE
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
.8 1
.1 2
.0 1
.0 4
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
25.0
50.0
25.0

19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
                                    QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                    MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
                                    (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY  NUMBER OF FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                            SYSTEM
                                           TYPE CODE
  ENERGY RECOVERY  (REUSE AS FUEL)
  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
                                    QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
                                    MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF    OF
                                    (TONS)    QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
  TOTAL
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                   VIRGINIA


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  IMPORTED:        32,840 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  EXPORTED:        46,533 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                   WASHINGTON
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS  (LQGS):     595
                                                      126,601  TONS
      1 WAD041337130
      2 WA2170023418
      3 WAD988487583
      4 WAD980724520
      5 WAD009488131
      6 WAD990828642
      7 WA9571924647
      8 WA0000894287
      9 WAD000065508
     10 WAH000001479
     11 WAD981768294
     12 WAD009270794
     13 WAD009256819
     14 WAD980833099
     15 WAD981769110
     16 WAD001882984
     17 WAD981766751
     18 WAH000001206
     19 WAD009262171
     20 WA7890008967
     21 WAR000006262
     22 WAD041585464
     23 WAD980723738
     24 WAD980976625
     25 WAD020257945
     26 WAD092899574
     27 WAD000812909
     28 WA5170027291
     29 WAD009252297
     30 WAD991281767
     31 WAD009422411
     32 WAD009253246
     33 WA9214053465
     34 WAD988482592
     35 WAD009276197
     36 WAD980987432
     37 WAD009067281
     38 WAR000011536
     39 WAD980982383
     40 WAD061670766
     41 WAR000010397
     42 WAD988517934
     43 WAD980738868
     44 WAD000064642
     45 WAD042480210
     46 WA1170023419
     47 WAD980982037
     48 WAD009275082
     49 WAD988478723
     50 WAD009255647
SITE NAME

BOEING AUBURN
USN PSNS BREMERTON
BIRMINGHAM STEEL CORP SEATTLE DIVISION
WESTERN PROCESSING CO INC
INTALCO ALUMINUM CORP FERNDALE
GOLDENDALE ALUMINUM CO
USAF FAIRCHILD AFB
TRIPOINT
KAISER ALUMINUM & CHEMICAL CORP MEAD
US DOE NRO HAUSER PROPERTY SITE
CIR QUICK INC
ALCOA WENATCHEE WORKS
BOEING PLANT 2
SEH AMERICA INC
SOL PRO INC
KAISER ALUMINUM TACOMA WORKS
VANALCO INC
US DA CASHMAN MINERAL SPRINGS SITE
BOEING RENTON
US DEPT OF ENERGY
PROTOTRON CIRCUITS INC
BOEING EVERETT
JOSEPH SIMON & SONS INC
ALLWEATHER WOOD TREATERS
BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL INC TACOMA
BF GOODRICH KALAMA  INC
BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL INC GEORGE
USN BANGOR SUBMARINE BASE
GEORGIA PACIFIC
BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL INC KENT
PACIFIC WOOD TREATING CORP
ELF ATOCHEM  2901 TAYLOR WAY
USARMY HQ I CORPS & FORT LEWIS
BOEING FREDERICKSON
TEXACO REFINING & MARKETING
ARCO PRODUCTS CO CHERRY POINT REFINERY
KAISER ALUMINUM TRENTWOOD
BROADWAY SHELL
AVX VANCOUVER CORP
BOEING S&CS SPACE CENTER
TESSENDERLO KERLEY INC
KENWORTH TRUCK CO RENTON
MATSUSHITA SEMICONDUCTOR CORP OF AMERICA
JOHNSON MATTHEY ELECTRONICS INC
SEATTLE PORT OF KENT SITE
USN KEYPORT OU1
BOEING NORTH BOEING FIELD
TESORO NORTHWEST CO
NORTHWEST ETCH TECHNOLOGY INC TACOMA
SHIELDS BAG & PRINTING CO
AUBURN
BREMERTON
SEATTLE
KENT
FERNDALE
GOLDENDALE
SPOKANE
VANCOUVER
MEAD
DBS MOINES
KIRKLAND
MALAGA
SEATTLE
VANCOUVER
TACOMA
TACOMA
VANCOUVER
SKYKOMISH
RENTON
RICHLAND
REDMOND
EVERETT
TACOMA
WASHOUGAL
TACOMA
KALAMA
SEATTLE
SILVERDALE
BELLINGHAM
KENT
RIDGEFIELD
TACOMA
FT LEWIS
PUYALLUP
ANACORTES
ELAINE
SPOKANE
EVERETT
VANCOUVER
KENT
KENNEWICK
RENTON
PUYALLUP
SPOKANE
KENT
KEYPORT
SEATTLE
ANACORTES
TACOMA
YAKIMA
  TOTAL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY  GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                         404

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                                                 WASHINGTON
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN 1997 THAT WERE
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  CHARACTERISTIC WASTE  CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH ONLY  LISTED WASTE CODES
                                    REPORTED WITH BOTH  CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS  ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                            TONS OF
                                                            WASTE
                                                            GENERATED
                                                                        BOTH CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED
5 QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED  IN  1997 THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS ONLY              TONS OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT HAS
  MORE THAN ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED   CODES
TONS OF
WASTE
GENERATED
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F  CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN. W/ AT LEAST 1  LSTD
                               CORR. W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               REACT. W/ AT LEAST  1 LSTD
                               D004-17 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               D018-43 W/ AT LEAST 1 LSTD
                               F WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               K WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               P WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               U WASTE W/ AT LEAST 1 CHAR
                               TOTAL
  NOTE:  COLUMNS DO NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE A WASTE CODE MAY APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE.
        MIXTURES WITH IGNITABLE,  CORROSIVE, REACTIVE,  D004-17, AND D018-43 CHARACTERISTIC CODES ALSO MAY
        CONTAIN OTHER CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES.
        SIMILARLY, WASTES WITH F,K,P, AND U LISTED CODES MAY HAVE OTHER LISTED WASTE CODES.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       405

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                                                  WASHINGTON
                                             1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT
6  NUMBER  OF RCRA TSD FACILITIES:
                                     30
                                                   49,157  TONS
8  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES,

                     SITE NAME
                     BOEING AUBURN
                     US DEPT OF ENERGY
                     BAY ZINC CO INC
                     BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL INC KENT
                     BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL INC GEORGE
                     SOL PRO INC
                     BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL INC TACOMA
                     CAMERON YAKIMA INC
                     USN PSNS BREMERTON
                     BOEING RENTON
                     USN KEYPORT OU1
                     BOEING PLANT 2
                     US DOE BPA ROSS COMPLEX
                     WPNSTA SEAL BEACH DET PORT HADLOCK
 1 WAD041337130
 2 WA7890008967
 3 WAD027530526
 4 WAD991281767
 5 WAD000812909
 6 WAD981769110
 7 WAD020257945
 8 WAD009477175
 9 WA2170023418
10 WAD009262171
11 WA1170023419
12 WAD009256819
13 WA1891406349
14 WA4170090001
AUBURN
RICHLAND
MOXEE CITY
KENT
SEATTLE
TACOMA
TACOMA
YAKIMA
BREMERTON
RENTON
KEYPORT
SEATTLE
VANCOUVER
PORT HADLOCK
  TOTAL
  NOTE:   COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
         STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT  MANAGED WASTE.
         FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading.  Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                       406

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                                                 WASHINGTON
                                        1997 WASTE MANAGEMENT, CONTINUED
9  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,  1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  INCINERATION
  FUEL BLENDING
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
25,076
886
87
0
8,298
74
PERCENTAC
OF
QUANTITY
51.
1.


16.

;E


.0
.8
.2
.0
. 9


NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
6
4
2
1
4
2
PERCENTAG
OF
FACILITIE
42.
28.
14.
7
28.
14.
E

3
9
6
3
1
6
3
                                       7.1
                                                                                          14
10  MANAGEMENT METHOD,  BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED,  1997
  METALS  RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
  LANDFILL
  FUEL  BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  INCINERATION

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
25, 076
10, 925
8,298
PERCENTAGE
OF
QUANTITY
51.0
22.2
16.9

NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
6
1
4
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
42.9
7.1
28 . 6
                                                                                          14
11  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF FACILITIES,  1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE  CODE
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE             PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES  FACILITIES
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  FUEL  BLENDING
  SOLVENTS RECOVERY
  STABILIZATION
  OTHER RECOVERY
  SLUDGE  TREATMENT
  LANDFILL
  INCINERATION

  TOTAL

  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING  STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED  ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE  FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
                             14
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                    WASHINGTON
                                                1997 WASTE SHIPMENTS
12  NUMBER OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPERS:
                                                 549
13
                                                     100,065  TONS
11
12
13
14
14  FIFTY LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SHIPPERS,  1997

                      SITE NAME
                      USN PSNS BREMERTON
                      BIRMINGHAM STEEL CORP SEATTLE  DIVISION
                      WESTERN PROCESSING CO INC
                      BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL  INC GEORGE
                      GOLDENDALE ALUMINUM CO
                      USAF FAIRCHILD AFB
                      BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL  INC KENT
                      KAISER ALUMINUM & CHEMICAL  CORP  MEAD
                      BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL  INC TACOMA
                      US DOE NRO HAUSER PROPERTY  SITE
                      ALCOA WENATCHEE WORKS
                      BOEING PLANT 2
                      KAISER ALUMINUM TACOMA WORKS
                      VANALCO INC
                      SOL PRO INC
                      US DA CASHMAN MINERAL SPRINGS  SITE
                      BOEING AUBURN
                      BOEING RENTON
                      BOEING EVERETT
                      INTALCO ALUMINUM CORP FERNDALE
                      USN BANGOR SUBMARINE BASE
                      GEORGIA PACIFIC
                      PACIFIC WOOD TREATING CORP
                      ELF ATOCHEM  2901 TAYLOR  WAY
                      USARMY HQ I CORPS & FORT  LEWIS
                      BOEING FREDERICKSON
                      TEXACO REFINING & MARKETING
                      KAISER ALUMINUM TRENTWOOD
                      BROADWAY SHELL
                      AVX VANCOUVER CORP
                      BOEING S&CS SPACE CENTER
                      ARCO PRODUCTS CO CHERRY POINT  REFINERY
                      TESSENDERLO KERLEY INC
                      MATSUSHITA SEMICONDUCTOR  CORP  OF AMERICA
                      SEATTLE PORT OF KENT SITE
                      USN KEYPORT OU1
                      BOEING NORTH BOEING FIELD
                      US DEPT OF ENERGY
                      TESORO NORTHWEST CO
                      NORTHWEST ETCH TECHNOLOGY INC  TACOMA
                      KENWORTH TRUCK CO RENTON
                      BOEING S&CS ELECTRONIC MFG  FACILITY
                      PACIFIC CIRCUITS INC
                      TORAY COMPOSITES AMERICA
                      SURFTECH FINISHES CO INC
                      DAVIS WIRE CORP
                      BLUE STREAK FINISHERS LTD PLANT  1
                      BF GOODRICH AEROSPACE HANGERS  1  & 3
                      PACIFIC CIRCUITS INC N
                      JOHNSON MATTHEY ELECTRONICS INC
 1 WA2170023418
 2 WAD988487583
 3 WAD980724520
 4 WAD000812909
 5 WAD990828642
 6 WA9571924647
 7 WAD991281767
 8 WAD000065508
 9 WAD020257945
10 WAH000001479
   WAD009270794
   WAD009256819
   WAD001882984
   WAD981766751
15 WAD981769110
16 WAH000001206
17 WAD041337130
18 WAD009262171
19 WAD041585464
20 WAD009488131
21 WA5170027291
22 WAD009252297
23 WAD009422411
24 WAD009253246
25 WA9214053465
26 WAD988482592
27 WAD009276197
28 WAD009067281
29 WAR000011536
30 WAD980982383
31 WAD061670766
32 WAD980987432
33 WAR000010397
34 WAD980738868
35 WAD042480210
36 WA1170023419
37 WAD980982037
38 WA7890008967
39 WAD009275082
40 WAD988478723
41 WAD988517934
42 WAD980980270
43 WAD980978951
44 WAD988522603
45 WAD038529137
46 WAD051247716
47 WAD980978795
48 WAR000008979
49 WAR000007492
BREMERTON
SEATTLE
KENT
SEATTLE
GOLDENDALE
SPOKANE
KENT
MEAD
TACOMA
DBS MOINES
MALAGA
SEATTLE
TACOMA
VANCOUVER
TACOMA
SKYKOMISH
AUBURN
RENTON
EVERETT
FERNDALE
SILVERDALE
BELLINGHAM
RIDGEFIELD
TACOMA
FT LEWIS
PUYALLUP
ANACORTES
SPOKANE
EVERETT
VANCOUVER
KENT
ELAINE
KENNEWICK
PUYALLUP
KENT
KEYPORT
SEATTLE
RICHLAND
ANACORTES
TACOMA
RENTON
SEATTLE
REDMOND
TACOMA
KENT
KENT
EVERETT
EVERETT
BURLINGTON
SPOKANE
12,000
11,433
 9,081
 8,248
 6,529
 6,503
 4,837
 3,528
 2,789
 2, 670
 2,476
 2,399
 2,254
 2,113
 2,008
 1,850
 1,847
 1,809
 1,474
 1,048
  TOTAL
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE TO ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY SHIPPERS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
                                                         408

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                                                  WASHINGTON
                                               1997 WASTE RECEIPTS
15  NUMBER  OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVERS:
                                                 13
16
    QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE  RECEIVED:
                                                     36,760  TONS
17  FIFTY  LARGEST RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE RECEIVERS, 1997

                     SITE NAME
                     US DEPT OF ENERGY
                     BAY ZINC CO INC
                     BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL INC KENT
                     BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL INC GEORGE
                     SOL PRO INC
                     BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL INC TACOMA
                     CAMERON YAKIMA INC
                     VAN WATERS & ROGERS INC
                     USARMY HQ I CORPS & FORT LEWIS
                     BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL WASHOUGAL
                     US DOE BPA ROSS  COMPLEX
                     USN PSNS BREMERTON
                     USN KEYPORT OU1
 1 WA7890008967
 2 WAD027530526
 3 WAD991281767
 4 WAD000812909
 5 WAD981769110
 6 WAD020257945
 7 WAD009477175
 8 WAD067548966
 9 WA9214053465
10 WAD092300250
11 WA1891406349
12 WA2170023418
13 WA1170023419
RICHLAND
MOXEE CITY
KENT
SEATTLE
TACOMA
TACOMA
YAKIMA
KENT
FT LEWIS
WASHOUGAL
VANCOUVER
BREMERTON
KEYPORT
           COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO  ROUNDING.
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY FACILITIES THAT RECEIVED WASTE.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                  WASHINGTON
                                          1997 WASTE RECEIPTS, CONTINUED
18  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTE MANAGED BY MANAGEMENT METHOD,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL

  TOTAL
QUANTITY  PERCENTAGE              PERCENTAGE
MANAGED   OF          NUMBER OF   OF
(TONS)     QUANTITY    FACILITIES   FACILITIES
19  MANAGEMENT METHOD, BY QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
  LANDFILL
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  FUEL BLENDING
  STABILIZATION
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  OTHER RECOVERY
QUANTITY
MANAGED
(TONS)
10, 925
9,239
8,018
3, 810
PERCENTAGE
OF
QU





ANTITY
33.1
28.0
24.3
11.6
NUMBER OF
FACILITIES
1
2
4
2
PERCENTAGE
OF

FACILITIES




14.3
28 . 6
57.1
28.6
  TOTAL
20  MANAGEMENT METHOD AND QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGED BY NUMBER OF  FACILITIES,
      LIMITED TO WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFFSITE, 1997
  MANAGEMENT METHOD

  FUEL BLENDING
  SOLVENTS  RECOVERY
  METALS  RECOVERY  (FOR REUSE)
  STABILIZATION
  LANDFILL
  OTHER RECOVERY

  TOTAL
                                           SYSTEM
                                          TYPE CODE
                     NUMBER OF
                     FACILITIES
PERCENTAGE
OF
FACILITIES
  NOTE:   FACILITIES REPORTING STORAGE ONLY AND THEIR QUANTITY MANAGED ARE EXCLUDED.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM DUE  TO ROUNDING.
         COLUMNS MAY NOT SUM TO TOTAL BECAUSE FACILITIES MAY HAVE MULTIPLE HANDLING METHODS.
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                                WASHINGTON


                                           1997 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS


21  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTED:         15,838 TONS



22  QUANTITY OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORTED:         79,224 TONS
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.



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                                                   WEST VIRGINIA
                                                1997 WASTE GENERATION
1  NUMBER OF RCRA LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS (LQGS):      119
                                                      152,843 TONS
      1 WVD116025180
      2 WVD004325353
      3 WVD000068908
      4 WVD005005509
      5 WVD045875291
      6 WVD004341491
      7 WVD056866312
      8 WVD009233297
      9 WVD005005483
     10 WVD072667801
     11 WV0000352583
     12 WVD000650903
     13 WVD005012851
     14 WVD030143960
     15 WVD088911854
     16 WVD057634776
     17 WVD988776852
     18 WVD056795842
     19 WVD981738909
     20 WVD004336343
     21 WVD004336749
     22 WVD039990965
     23 WVD061769592
     24 WVD009708702
     25 WVD980552384
     26 WVP000006781
     27 WVR000001719
     28 WVD041517830
     29 WVD000797720
     30 WVR000010058
     31 WVD000068601
     32 WVD060682291
     33 WVD988768198
     34 WVD052574753
     35 WVD005004866
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SITE NAME

CNG TRANSMISSION CORP. - HASTINGS
OSI SPECIALTIES, INC.
WEIRTON STEEL CORPORATION
RHONE-POULENC INSTITUTE PLANT
DUPONT WASHINGTON WORKS
CYTEC INDUSTRIES, WILLOW ISLAND PLANT
BAYER CORPORATION
CENTURY ALUMINUM OF WV, INC.
UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION-SO. CHARLESTON
STEEL OF WV
UCC - SO. CHAS.  (ARCO CHEM FAC.)
HEINZ PET PRODUCTS
ICI ACRYLICS - BELLE PLANT
FIKE CHEMICAL - SUPERFUND SITE
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY - WASHINGTON
QUAKER STATE CORPORATION CONGO REFINERY
BOMBARDIER SERVICES CORP./WV AIR CENTER
BF GOODRICH
AMERICAN WOODMARK CORP.
PPG INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED
KOPPERS INDUSTRIES, INC.
FLEXSYS AMERICA L.P. - NITRO PLANT
CROWN CORK & SEAL CO., INC. - PLANT #78
AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS, INC.
GE SPECIALTY CHEMICALS - NORTH PLANT
BUTTLES TRUCK LEASING, INC.
CHEMICAL LEAMAN TANK LINES, INC.
US CAN COMPANY
WHEELING-PITTSBURGH STEEL - BEECH BOTTOM
ERGON-WEST VIRGINIA, INC.
BASF CORPORATION - HUNTINGTON SITE
UCC - TECH CENTER
BALL METAL FOOD CONTAINER CORP.
COYNE TEXTILE SERVICES
ACF INDUSTRIES INC.
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP. - BELLE PLANT
WHEELING - PITTSBURGH STEEL
IMATION ENTERPRISES CORPORATION
ROLL COATER, INC.
ALLIANT TECHSYSTEMS INC. / ABL
REGENERATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
SWANSON PLATING COMPANY
FMC CORPORATION - NITRO
EAGLE CONVEX GLASS SPECIALTY CO.
AC&S, INC.
DANA TRANSPORT, INC.
FRISKIES PETCARE
STERLING PLUMBING GROUP, INC.
SHEI DOW BRONZE CORPORATION
NEWCHEM, INC.
  TOTAL
PINE GROVE
FRIENDLY
WEIRTON
INSTITUTE
WASHINGTON
WILLOW ISLAND
NEW MARTINSVILLE
RAVENSWOOD
SOUTH CHARLESTON
HUNTINGTON
SOUTH CHARLESTON
WEIRTON
BELLE
NITRO
WASHINGTON
NEWELL
BRIDGEPORT
UNION
MOOREFIELD
NEW MARTINSVILLE
FOLLANSBEE
NITRO
WEIRTON
GALLIPOLIS FERRY
MORGANTOWN
NITRO
INSTITUTE
WEIRTON
BEECH BOTTOM
NEWELL
HUNTINGTON
SOUTH CHARLESTON
WEIRTON
HUNTINGTON
HUNTINGTON
BELLE
FOLLANSBEE
KEARNEYSVILLE
WEIRTON
ROCKET CENTER
MORGANTOWN
MORGANTOWN
NITRO
CLARKSBURG
NITRO
NITRO
WEIRTON
MORGANTOWN
KINGWOOD
NEWELL
           STATE MAY HAVE FEWER THAN FIFTY GENERATORS.
           GENERATORS WITH ZERO QUANTITY GENERATED ARE  EXCLUDED.
530
493
489
488
478
450
368
363
303
242
238
231
214
205
188
183
181
178
170
155
154
146
132
125
123
102
 92
 91
 88
 87
 83
 74
 72
 71
 69
  Changes to the 1997 Biennial Reporting requirements will make cursory comparisons of the 1997 National Biennial Report to
  earlier National Biennial Reports misleading. Refer to the Executive Summary (ES-2) for a complete explanation.
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                                              NATIONAL BIENNIAL RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT: BASED ON 1997 DATA
                                                 WEST VIRGINIA
                                         1997 WASTE GENERATION, CONTINUED
4  QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH ONLY LISTED WASTE CODES
                                     REPORTED WITH BOTH CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTE  CODES
  ONLY IGNITABLE
  ONLY CORROSIVE
  ONLY REACTIVE
  ONLY D004-17
  ONLY D018-43
  HAS MORE  THAN ONE
  CHARACTERISTIC CODE
  TOTAL
                                         WASTE HAS ONLY
                                          LISTED CODES
HAS MORE  THAN ONE
LISTED CODE
TOTAL
                                                              TONS OF
                                                              WASTE
                                                              GENERATED
5 QUANTITIES  OF WASTE GENERATED IN 1997  THAT WERE MULTIPLY CODED
    WASTE  HAS  ONLY              TONS  OF
    CHARACTERISTIC CODES        WASTE
    BUT MORE THAN ONE APPLIES   GENERATED
  ONLY LISTED
  CODES BUT  HAS
  MORE THAN  ONE
TONS OF    BOTH CHAR,
WASTE      AND LISTED
GENERATED  CODES
    HAS IGNITABLE CODE
    HAS CORROSIVE CODE
    HAS REACTIVE CODE
    HAS D004-D017 CODE
    HAS D018-D043 CODE
                                           HAS AN F CODE
                                           HAS A K CODE
                                           HAS A P CODE
                                           HAS A U CODE
                                           TOTAL
                               IGN.