v>EPA
              United States
              Environmental Protection
              Agency
              Solid Waste and
              Emergency Response
              (OS-305)
EPA530-B-92-001
June 1992
Catalogue of Hazardous
and Solid Waste Publications
Sixth Edition
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                                        Printed with Soy/Canola Ink on paper that
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 Table of Contents
Introduction	///'

Section 1
Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts	1

Section 2
Alphabetical Listing of Subjects	111

Section 3
Numerical Listing of Publications	163
    OSW	165
    NTIS	191
    GPO  	217

Section 4
Ordering Information and Forms  	219
    Free/OSW	221
    NTIS	229
    GPO  	241

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 Introduction
 What Information Does This Catalogue
 Contain?

 This catalogue lists hazardous and solid waste documents
 released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Of-
 fice of Solid Waste (OSW). This is a select list of publications
 that are frequently requested and is not a comprehensive list
 of all documents available.
 How Can I Find Specific Information in the
 Catalogue?

 There are a number of ways to find a particular document or
 research a subject area through this catalogue.  The follow-
 ing examples should help you get started:

 • If you have a document title, turn to the Alphabetical
  Listing of Abstracts (Section 1). There you will find the or-
  der number as well as the type of order form to use. Or-
  der forms  and  instructions can  be  found in Ordering
  Information and Forms (Section 4).
 • If you have a document number, turn to the Numeri-
  cal Listing of Publications (Section 3) to find the title. The
  section is divided into three different  lists for  documents
  distributed  by OSW, the National Technical  Information
  Service (NTIS), or the Government Printing Office (GPO).
 • If you are interested in a particular subject area,
  turn to the Alphabetical  Listing of Subjects (Section 2).
  There you will find a listing of documents on the topic you
  are interested in.
 • If the document you're looking for is not included
  in the catalogue, contact the RCRA Information Center
  (RIG) for more information (see below).


 How Do I Order a Document?

 Documents listed in this catalogue can be ordered from one
of three sources:  OSW, NTIS, or GPO. You must use the ap-
 propriate order form and order number for each document
as specified in the Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts (Section
 1). The actual order forms can be found under Ordering In-
formation and Forms (Section 4). In some cases, govern-
ment agencies can receive documents free of charge.
Where Can I Go for More Information?

If you need additional assistance, call, write, or visit the RIO.

For telephone requests call the RCRA/Superfund
Hotline:
(800) 424-9346
(800) 553-7672 - TDD (for hearing impaired)
(703) 920-9810 - in the Washington. DC, metropolitan area
(703) 486-3323 - TDD (for hearing impaired, in the Washing-
ton, DC, metropolitan area)
Hours:
You can call the RCRA Hotline Monday through Friday. 8:30
am. to 7:30 p.m. EST.
For written requests:
RCRA Information Center
Office of Solid Waste (OS-305)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
401 M Street, SW.
Washington, DC  20460

For visits, see the RIC staff at:
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Room M2427
Waterside Mall
401 M Street, SW.
Washington, DC
Hours:
The RIC is open to the public from  9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday, except for federal holidays.
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Section 1
Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts

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Alphabetical Listing  of Abstracts
Abstracts of Selected Precious Metal
Mines' Permits

Compiles permit application requirements, permit limitations,
and permit conditions for selected precious metal mines lo-
cated in the United States.  Includes 46 questionnaires pre-
pared by 7 states active in precious metal mining.
(EPA/530-R-92-009)                12/15/91
 Order Number: PBd2~18QQ9Q
Order Form: NTIS
Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection
Systems; Supplemental Background
Document for the Final Double Liners and
Leak Detection Systems Rule for
Hazardous Waste Landfills, Waste Piles,
and Surface Impoundments

Supplements the background document for May 29,1987, re-
garding the  double liners and leak detection systems rule.
Explains applications of formulas in the original document to
calculate an  action leakage rate. Presents additional data on
flow rates achieved at various double-lined facilities.  Refer-
ences technical guidance that EPA has  issued (since the
three previous proposals) that contain useful information rela-
tive to various action standards in the final rule.
(EPA-530-R-92-004)                01/15/92
 Order Number: PB92-128214
Order Form: NTIS
Addendum to the Regulatory Impact
Analysis for the Final Criteria for Municipal
Solid Waste Landfills

Represents EPA's best efforts to quantify costs, economic
impacts, and benefits of regulatory options relating to Subti-
tle D criteria for municipal solid waste landfills (MSWLFs).
(EPA/530-SW-91-073B)             08/15/91
Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin:
Recycle and Combat a Life of Grime
(Comic Book)

Contains information  about recycling for elementary and
middle school students. This appealing comic book features
the Garbage Gremlin, a character who is constantly outwit-
ted by students who practice recycling.
                               08/15/90

 Order Number.  EPty$$Q-SW-d&024  Order Form; OSW
                   Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;
                   Part I: ACL Policy and Information
                   Requirements

                   Provides guidance to RCRA facility permit applicants and
                   writers to  establish ground-water protection standards by
                   demonstrating alternate concentration limits (ACL). Explains
                   19 criteria to evaluate ACL requests,
                   (EPA/530-SW-87-017)               07/15/87
                    Order Number. PB87-20& 165
                                Order Form: NTIS
Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;
Part II: Based on 264.94(B) Criteria; Case
Studies

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

 Order Number: PB88-214267  =     Order Form: NTIS
 Order Number: PB92-100 858
Order Form: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.

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 n
Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Analysis of U.S. Municipal Waste
Combustion Operating Practices

Characterizes the municipal waste combustion (MWC) indus-
try from data gathered through a nationwide survey. The in-
formation collected  includes a description of each facility,
characterization of waste received, review of recycling activi-
ties, description of residue generation, and residue handling
and disposal practices.
(EPA/530-SW-89-061)               05/18/89
 Order Number: PB8Q-22U578
                   Order Form: NTIS
Asbestos Waste Management Guidance:
Generation, Transport, Disposal

Provides guidance on handling asbestos-containing waste
materials during generation, transport, and final disposal.
Waste handling practices presented include those necessary
to meet current EPA and OSHA requirements and also addi-
tional recommendations reflecting practices needed to mini-
mize exposure to asbestos.
(EPA/530-SW-85-007)               05/15/85

 Order Number: EPA/530SW35-OQ7 Order Form: OSW


Assessment of Hazardous Waste
Mismanagement Damage Case Histories

Provides damage histories associated with land and non-
land based hazardous waste disposal facilities. Estimates po-
tential damages from hazardous waste  mismanagement,
including  events responsible  for contamination  or facility
damage, chemicals commonly implicated, and remedial re-
sponses. Data collected from a survey of 929 active and in-
active disposal sites.
(EPA/530-SW-84-002)               04/15/84
 Order Number: PB84-212356
                   Of dor form: NTIS
Background Document for First Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: First
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Availability Treatment
Capacity

Supports final land disposal  restriction rule for First Third
wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that will require alter-
native treatment or recovery prior to land  disposal  under
treatment standards set by rule. Estimates availability of alter-
native treatment capacity to accommodate  diverted wastes.
Reassesses capacity analyses developed for wastes covered
by previous rules.
(EPA/530-SW-88-049)                08/15/88
Background Document for First Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
First Third Waste Volumes,
Characteristics, and Required and
Availability Treatment Capacity; Part I

Supports  final land disposal restriction rule for First Third
wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that will require alter-
native treatment or recovery prior to land disposal under
treatment standards set by rule. Estimates availability of alter-
native treatment  capacity to accommodate diverted wastes.
Reassesses capacity analyses developed for wastes covered
by previous rules.
(EPA/530-SW-88-030A)              03/15/88
                                       Order Number: PB8&217 575
                                 OrdefForm: NTiS.
                                       Background Document for First Third
                                       Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
                                       Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
                                       First Third Waste Volumes,
                                       Characteristics, and Required and
                                       Availability Treatment Capacity; Part II

                                       Supports proposed standards affecting land disposal of First
                                       Third wastes and solvent wastes, First Third wastes as pre-
                                       viously proposed,  California list halogenated organic com-
                                       pound  wastes,  and waste contaminated soils. Discusses
                                       required and available alternative treatment and recovery ca-
                                       pacity for wastes. Data obtained from results of National Sur-
                                       vey of Hazardous Waste  Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and
                                       Recycling Facilities.
                                       (EPA/530-SW-88-030)               05/15/88
                                       Order Number: PB88-213 368
                                 Order form; /VT/S
                                       Background Document for Second Third
                                       Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
                                       Disposal Restrictions; Final  Rule: Second
                                       Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
                                       Required and Availability Treatment
                                       Capacity; Volume I

                                       Supports final rule for Second Third wastes scheduled for re-
                                       striction from land disposal. Estimates quantities of wastes
                                       requiring alternative treatment and recovery prior to land dis-
                                       posal. Evaluates availability of alternative treatment and re-
                                       covery capacity necessary to manage wastes diverted from
                                       land disposal, taking into account demands already placed
                                       on capacity by previous land disposal restrictions.
                                       (EPA/530-SW-89-057A)              06/08/89
 Order Number: PB88-246145
                   Order Form: NTiS
                                                     Order Number: PB8&220S52
                                                                       Order Form: NTIS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.

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Background Document for Second Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final  Rule: Second
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Availability Treatment
Capacity; Volume II

Substantiates findings of Volume I with data, surveys, and ta-
bles.
(EPA/530-SW-89-057B)             06/08/89

 Order Number: PB8&220560    •  Order Form: A/77&


Background Document for Second Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Second Third Waste Volumes,
Characteristics, and Required and
Availability Treatment Capacity

Supports proposed rule for Second Third wastes scheduled
for restriction from land disposal. Estimates the quantities of
wastes requiring alternative treatment  and recovery prior to
land disposal. Evaluates the availability of alternative treat-
ment and recovery capacity necessary to manage wastes di-
verted from land disposal, taking into account demands
already placed on capacity by previous land disposal restric-
tions.
(EPA/530-SW-89-034)               12/15/88
                    Background Document for Solvents to
                    Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal
                    Restrictions; Volume II

                    Supports technology-based treatment  standard to restrict
                    solvent wastes from land disposal, abandoning the proposed
                    screening level and liner protection threshold approach.
                    Treatment standards are based on performance that can be
                    achieved  using  best-demonstrated available technologies.
                    Technologies discussed briefly with emphasis on solvent
                    treatment and  recycling applicability.  Provides F001-F005
                    solvent physical and  chemical properties and toxicity of
                    listed solvents.
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-061)               11/15/86
                    Order Number. PB87-14S 37$
                                Order Form; -NT1&
 Order Number \
Order Form; NTIS
Background Document for Solvents to
Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal
Restrictions: Solvent Waste Volumes and
Characteristics, Required Treatment and
Recycling Capacity, and Available
Treatment and Recycling

Discusses volumes and characteristics of hazardous solvent
wastes affected by land disposal restrictions.  Evaluates re-
quired treatment and recycling capacity and identifies un-
used  capacity  of  alternative  treatment  and  recycling
technologies for solvent wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-88-013)              11/15/86

 Order Number.  PB87-163 481/AS    Order form: IA/T/S
Background Document for Solvents to
Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal
Restrictions; Volume I

Supports technology-based treatment standard to restrict
solvent wastes from land disposal, abandoning the proposed
screening  level  and  liner protection threshold approach.
Treatment standards based on performance using best-dem-
onstrated  available technologies. Technologies discussed
briefly with emphasis on solvent treatment and recycling ap-
plicability. Provides F001-F005 for physical and chemical sol-
vent properties and toxicity of listed solvents.
(EPA/530-SW-86-060)               11/15/86

 Order Number: IPB87-146 361/AS ''   Order Form: NTIS
                    Background Document for the
                    Groundwater Screening Procedure to
                    Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal
                    Restrictions

                    Presents ground-water screening component of  EPA's ap-
                    proach to evaluate the need to ban or further restrict hazard-
                    ous  wastes from land  disposal. Establishes acceptable
                    concentrations for specific chemical constituents in waste
                    extracts. Procedures involve application of analytic solute
                    transport equation for hydrogeologic parameters, such  as
                    ground-water velocity, soil porosity, and net infiltration.
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-047)               01/15/86
                                                    Order Number PB87-101606
                                                    Order Form: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.

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Background Document for the Liquid
Release Test; Single Laboratory Evaluation
and 1988 Collaborative Study

Describes single laboratory evaluation and study conducted
to evaluate performance of LRT protocol. Laboratory test
method designed to determine whether or not liquid will be
released from sorbents when subjected to vertical loads, as
would be experienced by materials buried in landfills.
(EPA/530-SW-91-079)              09/18/91
 Order Number; PB92-183 201
Order form: NTtS
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Third
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Available Treatment
Capacity (Complete Set)
Supports final rule under Section 3004(m)  of RCRA. Four
volumes in complete set.
(EPA/530-SW-90-062)              05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234675
Order Form: NTIS
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Third
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Available Treatment
Capacity; Volume I: Executive Summary,
Chapter 1 and Chapter 2
Supports the final rule for Section 3004(m) of RCRA. Pre-
sents estimates of waste requiring alternative treatment and
recovery before land disposal. Estimates wastes restricted
from land disposal.
(EPA/530-SW-90-062A)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234663
Order Form; NT)$
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Third
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Available Treatment
Capacity; Volume II:  Chapter 3
Presents data on technology on a waste code-specific basis
for wastes in final Third Third rule. The capacity analyses ref-
erenced are based primarily on data from TSDR survey.
(EPA/530-SW-90-062B)            05/08/90
                                                 Order Number: .PB90-234 691
                                                 Order form: NTIS
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Third
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Available Treatment
Capacity; Volume III: Chapter 4 and
Appendix A - Appendix I

Presents detailed discussion of methodology and rationale
for capacity analyses supporting final rule. Gives analytical
methodology used to determine demand for alternative treat-
ment capacity required for wastes affected by the Third
Third final rule.
(EPA/530-SW-90-062C)             05/08/90
                   Order Number: PB9O234 709
                              Order Form: NTIS
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:  Third
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
Required and Available Treatment
Capacity; Volume IV: Chapter 4 and
Appendix J - Appendix M

Includes  Appendix J - Analysis  of Commercial  Alkaline
Chlorination/Chemical Precipitation Capacity; Appendix K -
Analysis of Commercial Sludge/Solid Combustion Capacity;
Appendix L - Miscellaneous Phone Logs; and Appendix M -
Analysis  of Large  Volume Underground Injected P and U
Coded Wastes.
                                                 (EPA/530-SW-90-062D)

                                                  Order Number: PB90-234 71?
                                                 05/08/90

                                                 Order Form: NT!$
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.

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Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes,
Characteristics, and Required and
Available Treatment Capacity (Complete
Set)

Supports proposed rule for Third Third wastes scheduled for
Order Form: NTIS restriction from land disposal under Sec-
tion 3004(m) RCRA, amended by HSWA of 1984. Three vol-
umes in complete set.
(EPA/530-SW-90-033)              11/15/89
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes,
Characteristics, and Required and
Available Treatment Capacity; Volume I:
Executive Summary, Chapter 1, Chapter 2
Supports proposed rule for Third Third wastes scheduled for
restriction from land disposal under Section 3004(m) RCRA,
amended by HSWA of 1984. Presents estimates of wastes
that require alternative treatment and recovery prior to land
disposal and estimates of  alternative treatment/recovery ca-
pacity available to manage wastes restricted from land dis-
posal.
(EPA/530-SW-90-033A)             11/15/89
 Oder Number: PB90-187121
Order Form: NTfS
Background Document for Third Third
Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes,
Characteristics, and Required and
Available Treatment Capacity; Volume II:
Chapter 3
Presents results of required capacity analyses for each alter-
native technology on a waste code-specific basis.
(EPA/530-SW-90-033B)              11/15/89
                   Background Document for Third Third
                   Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land
                   Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
                   Third Third Waste Volumes,
                   Characteristics, and Required and
                   Available Treatment Capacity; Volume III:
                   Chapter 4, Appendices

                   Contains detailed discussion of methodology and rationale
                   for capacity analyses supporting proposed rule. Relevant ad-
                   denda included in appendices.
                   (EPA/53OSW-90-033C)              11/15/89
                                                          : \NTIS
                                                  Order Number: PB9&W7147
                   Background Document on Bottom Liner
                   Performance in Double-Lined Landfills and
                   Surface Impoundments

                   Compares performance of compacted soil and composite
                   bottom liners. Also compares the capabilities of these liners
                   to satisfy the statutory goals of RCRA, which are (1) to pre-
                   vent migration of hazardous constituents from hazardous
                   waste management units, and (2) to detect leakage through
                   top liner at earliest practicable time. Quantifies performance
                   differences.
                   (EPA/530-SW-87-013)               04/15/87
                    Order Number PB87-1&&1
                               Order Form; \NTIS
Background Document on Proposed Liner
and Leak Detection Rule

Provides technical rationale and support for the three main
portions of the proposed Liner/Leak Detection Rule: (1) leak
detection system requirements; (2) extension of double-liner
system requirements to waste piles, significant unused por-
tions, and certain other units; and (3) construction quality as-
surance program requirements.
(EPA/530-SW-87-015)               05/15/87
                   Order Number- PB87-191 363
                               Order Form: :NT($
 Order Number; PB00-W7
Order Form: NW
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.

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Background Document on the
Development and Use of Reference Doses;
Part I: Data Needs and Apportionment;
Part II:  Considerations Related to the
Development of Protocols for Toxicity
Studies
Supports two health protection criteria used to limit the ex-
tent of air or water contamination by individual chemicals. As-
sesses available test methodologies to identify those suitable
for developing data from which  reference doses can be es-
tablished.  Decides when and how to apportion reference
doses and risk-specific doses among several possible hu-
man exposure media. Identifies minimally acceptable proto-
col for conducting toxicity test.
(EPA/530-SW-86-048)              12/20/85
•Order Number: PB87-107 ITS/AS   Order Form: NTJS
Background Documentation for Minimum
Content Standards

Contains the proposed set of recommended minimum con-
tent standards as guidelines for Federal procurement of pa-
per and  paper products containing  recovered  material.
Content standards are displayed in summary form. Five cate-
gories are included: newsprint, bleached printing and writing
papers, tissue products, unbleached packaging, and recy-
cled paperboard.
(EPA/530-SW-88-046)              03/06/87
 Order Number: PB88-2420S2
OrderForm: NTfS
Background Information Document for the
Development of Regulations to Control the
Burning of Hazardous Wastes in Boilers
and Industrial Furnaces (Complete Set)

Presents the results of research that develops and evaluates
alternatives for regulating burning of hazardous waste in boil-
ers and industrial furnaces. Three volumes contained in set.
(EPA/530-SW-87-014)               01/15/87

 Order Number: PB87-173811/AS    OrderForm: A/77S
                   Background Information Document for the
                   Development of Regulations to Control the
                   Burning of Hazardous Wastes in Boilers
                   and Industrial Furnaces; Volume I:
                   Industrial Boilers
                   Presents the results of research that develops and evaluates
                   alternatives for regulating burning of hazardous waste in boil-
                   ers and industrial furnaces. This volume contains information
                   on industrial boilers related to hazardous waste burning.
                   (EPA/530-SW-87-014A)              01/15/87
                    Order Number:; PB87-173 829
                               Order Farm: NTB
                   Background Information Document for the
                   Development of Regulations to Control the
                   Burning of Hazardous Wastes in Boilers
                   and Industrial Furnaces; Volume II:
                   Industrial Furnaces
                   Presents the results of research that develops and evaluates
                   alternatives for regulating burning of hazardous waste in boil-
                   ers and industrial furnaces. This volume addresses the prac-
                   tice of burning hazardous waste in industrial furnaces.
                   (EPA/530-SW-87-014B)              01/15/87
                    Order Number: -PB87-173 837
                                Order Form: NTfS
Background Information Document for the
Development of Regulations to Control the
Burning of Hazardous Wastes in Boilers
and Industrial Furnaces; Volume III: Risk
Assessment
Presents the results of research that develops and evaluates
alternatives for regulating burning of hazardous waste in boil-
ers and industrial furnaces. This volume assesses the risk as-
sociated with burning hazardous waste in industrial boilers
and furnaces.
(EPA/530-SW-87-014C)              01/15/87
 Order Number: PB87-17384&       Order Form: NTtS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Batch-Type Adsorption Procedures for
Estimating Soil Attenuation of Chemicals;
Draft Technical Resource Document for
Public Comment

Describes laboratory batch procedures for assessing the ca-
pacity of soils and soil components of liners for waste man-
agement facilities to attenuate chemical constituents from
solution. Documents procedures for organic and inorganic
constituents, and scientific basis and rationale. Examples
demonstrate application of procedures and use of data in
designing soil liners for pollutant retention.
(EPA/530-SW-87-006)               01/15/87
              P887~1461S5/AS
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BOAT) Background Document for
                   Chromium Wastes D007 and U032 (Final)

                   Presents Agency technical support for regulating D007 and
                   U032 wastes. Describes industries affected by D007 waste
                   regulation, explains processes generating these wastes, and
                   presents available waste characterization data. Contains per-
                   formance data for treating wastes, including analyses of per-
                   formance data  to determine BOAT. Discusses associated
                   chromium-containing U-code waste and details the develop-
                   ment of treatment standards.
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-059V)             05/08/90

                                                   Order Form:
n>.. NTIS •    ...Order.Number;. P&9&234220
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Barium
Wastes D005 and P013 (Final)

Presents Agency technical support and rationale for develop-
ing regulatory standards for barium-containing wastes. Pre-
sents waste-specific information for D005 wastes: industries
affected,  treatment technologies,  available performance
data, analyses of performance data to determine BDAT, and
determination of proposed treatment  standards for barium.
Discusses P013, barium cyanide, and details the develop-
ment of treatment standard for wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059T)              05/08/90
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Document for Cyanide
                    Wastes (F006, F007-F012, F019, and
                    Various P and U Codes) (Final)

                    Provides Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
                    oping proposed treatment standards for constituents to  be
                    regulated for electroplating and metal heat treating wastes.
                    Sections 2 through 7 present information for F-code wastes.
                    Section  8 discusses associate inorganic  cyanide P-code
                    wastes and  details the development of proposed treatment
                    standards for wastes.
                    (EPA/530-SW-89-048K)             06/15/89
 Order Number: PB90-234204
Order Form: NTtS
            Order Number; PB8&221 485
Order Form:  NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Characteristic Ignitable Wastes (D001),
Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002),
Characteristic Reactive Wastes (D003),
and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
Listing Constituents (Final)

Presents Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for D001, D002, D003, and P and
U wastes containing reactive constituents that are listed un-
der RCRA. Describes industries affected by land disposal re-
strictions  for specific characteristic wastes.  Discusses
applicable technologies used to treat waste.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059B)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234 022
Order Form: NTIS
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Document for Cyanide
                    Wastes; Addendum for F019 (Final)

                    Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                    ing  constituents to be regulated in F019 nonwastewaters
                    and wastewaters and for developing proposed BDAT treat-
                    ment standards for constituents. Discusses the generation
                    and characterization of waste code F019.
                    (EPA/530-SW-90-059N)              05/08/90
                    Order Number:' PB9D-234 147
                                           Order Form NTIS
           Best Demonstrated Available Technology
           (BDAT) Background Document for D006
           Cadmium Wastes (Final)

           Provides Agency technical support for regulating D006 cad-
           mium wastes. Presents the number and location of facilities
           believed to be affected by regulation. Technologies used to
           treat waste are given.
           (EPA/530-SW-90-059U)             05/08/90
                                                    Order Number PB9&-23421t2
                                                    Order Form: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.

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             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for D008
and P and U Lead Wastes  (Final)

Provides Agency technical support for regulating D008 and
P and U lead wastes. Describes the industries and processes
that may generate wastes, including D008 wastes that ex-
hibit characteristic of EP Toxicity for lead. Several applicable
treatment technologies are outlined.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059W)            05/08/90
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for
                   F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Complete Set)

                   Presents Agency rationale for revising treatment standards
                   for methylene chloride  in F001-F005  wastewaters from
                   the  Pharmaceuticals  manufacturing industry.  See also
                   EPA/530-SW-88-031R, Amendment to BDAT document for
                   F001-F005 spent solvents.
                   (EPA/530-SW-86-056)               11/15/86
 Order Number; PB$0-2$4238
QrderForm; NTIS
 Order Number: PBB7-1.2Q 2$&
• OrderForm;
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Distillation Bottoms from the Production
of Aniline, K083  (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
ing treatment standards for distillation bottoms from produc-
tion of aniline (K083). Presents waste-specific information on
the number and locations of facilities that may be affected by
land disposal  restrictions that generate waste and that use
technologies to treat waste.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060J)              05/08/90
: Order Number: PBQQ-234378
Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Distillation Bottoms from the Production
of Nitrobenzene by the Nitration of
Benzene, K025  (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
ing treatment standards for distillation bottoms from produc-
tion of nitrobenzene by nitration of benzene (K025). Supplies
waste characterization data that serve as a basis for deter-
mining whether  variance from treatment standard may be
warranted from a particular type of K025.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060K)            05/08/90
.OrderNumber; PB90-234.386
Order Form: NTIS
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for
                   F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 1

                   Presents Agency rationale for revising treatment standards
                   for methylene chloride in F001-F005 wastewaters from the
                   Pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See also EPA/530-
                   SW -88-031 R, Amendment to BDAT document for F001-F005
                   spent solvents.
                   (EPA/530-SW-86-056A)              1 1/1 5/86

                    Order Number:. PB87-120 2&7/AS \-  Order Form:
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for
                   F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 2

                   Presents Agency rationale for revising treatment standards
                   for methylene chloride in F001-F005 wastewaters from the
                   Pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See also EPA/530-
                   SW -88-031 R, Amendment to BDAT document for F001-F005
                   spent solvents.
                   (EPA/530-SW-86-056B)             1 1/1 5/86

                    Order Number: PB87'12Q275/AS    Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 3

Presents Agency rationale for revising treatment standards
for methylene chloride in F001-F005 wastewaters from the
Pharmaceuticals manufacturing industry. See also EPA/530-
SW -88-031 R, Amendment to BDAT document for F001-F005
spent solvents.
(EPA/530-SW-86-056C)              11/15/86
                                                    Order Number;\PB87~12Q2S3
                                                   Order Form: A/77S
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for
F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Amendment to
Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)

Presents new data received by EPA and provides Agency ra-
tionale for revising treatment standards for methylene chlo-
ride  in  F001-F005  wastewaters  from  pharmaceutical
manufacturing industries. Revised EPA treatment standard
for methylene chloride is 0.44 ppm versus previous 12.7
ppm.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031R)              OS/15/88
 Order Number:
Order Form; NW
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for F002
(1,1,2-Trichloroethane) and F005 (Benzene,
2-Ethoxyethanol, and 2-Nitropropane);
Amendment (Final)

Presents data and rationale for the development of treatment
standards for F002 (1,1,2-Trichloroethane) and F005 (Ben-
zene, 2-Ethoxyethanol, and 2-Nitropropane).
(EPA/530-SW-90-059P)             05/08/90

 Order Number: PB9&234 W2     \  Order form: NTtS
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for
                   Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene
                   Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085,
                   K097, K098, K105, and D012-D017)  (Final)

                   Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
                   ing treatment standards for halogenated pesticide and chlo-
                   robenzene wastes.  Describes processes generating wastes
                   and waste characterization data.
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-060P)             05/08/90
                                                   Order Number: PB90-234 436
                                                   Order Form: NTiS
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for
                   Inorganic Pigment Wastes, K002-K008
                   (Final)

                   Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
                   ing treatment standards for inorganic pigment wastes. Gives
                   waste-specific information for K002-K008 wastes, specifying
                   number and location of facilities affected  by land disposal re-
                   strictions. Discusses technologies used to treat waste.
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-059Y)             05/08/90
                    Order Number: PBQO-234253
Order Form: NTtS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for F006
(Final)

Gives Agency rationale and  technical support for selecting
constituents to be regulated in F006 waste and for develop-
ing treatment standards for regulated  constituents. Docu-
ment  provides  waste  characterization  and treatment
information to serve in determining whether variances may
be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031L)              08/08/88
 Order Number: PB89-14246?
Order Form: NTtS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for F006;
Addendum  (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
ing treatment standards  for F006 wastewaters. Discusses
F006 wastes, their generation, and industries affected by
land disposal restrictions.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059M)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PBQO-234 139
Order Form: NTIS
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for K001
                   (Final)

                   Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                   ing and developing nonwastewater forms for K001 as identi-
                   fied in 40 CFR 261.32. Presents waste-specific information,
                   treatment  technologies, and performance data.  Explains
                   EPA's BDAT determination.
                   (EPA/530-SW-88-0310)

                    OrderNumber. PB8&-i42 491
08/15/88

Order Form: NTIS
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for K001
                   (Addendum) and U051 (Creosote) (Final)

                   Provides Agency rationale and technical support for revi-
                   sions to numerical treatment standards for K001 wastes. Pre-
                   sents treatment standards for U051 (creosote). Addendum to
                   supporting  BDAT background document for K001 waste-
                   waters and nonwastewaters by providing corrections to origi-
                   nal K001 treatment standards and performance data
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-059C)             05/08/90
                                                   Order Number: PB9Q-234 030
                                                   Order Form: W7/S
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for K009
and K010 (Final)

Gives Agency technical support for selecting and developing
treatment standards only for chloroform for K009-K010 wastes.
Sections 2 through 7 present waste-specific information, appli-
cable and demonstrated technologies, available performance
data EPA determination of BOAT, selection of regulated con-
stituent, and determination of treatment standards.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048I)               06/15/89

| Order Number: PB89~22i469   .. : "Order Form: NTfe
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BOAT) Background Document for K015
                    (Final)

                    Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                    ing constituents to be regulated in K015 waste.  Also pro-
                    vides  rationale  and  support for  developing  treatment
                    standards for regulated constituents. Provides waste charac-
                    terization data to serve as the basis for determining whether
                    variances may be warranted.
                    (EPA/530SW-88-031A)               08/08/88
                     Order Nufrib&r:; PBS9-142 350..
                                 Order Form: NTiS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K011,
K013, and K014 (Final)

Presents Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for constituents regulated in acry-
lonitrile  nonwastewater. Contains  information relevant to
acrylonitrile  wastewaters. Presents waste-specific informa-
tion,  waste treatment technologies, available  performance
data, EPA determination of BDAT, selection of constituents to
be regulated, and treatment standards.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048J)             06/15/89

 Order Number;, PB8Q-221477      Order form; NTfS
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Document for K015;
                    Addendum (Final)

                    Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                    ing constituents to be regulated for K015 nonwastewaters,
                    and for developing BDAT treatment standards for regulated
                    constituents. Addendum to supporting document for K015
                    dated August 1988, which contains most recent information
                    regarding  untreated  K015  waste and  K015 wastewater
                    standards.
                    (EPA/530-SW-90-059D)              05/08/90
                     Order Number: PB$$-234 048
                                 Order Form NTfS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K011,
K013, and K014; Addendum for
Acrylonitrile Wastes  (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
ing treatment standards for K011, K013, and K014.  Also pro-
vides  the  rationale for technologies  evaluated in  the
determination of BDAT for K011/K013/K014 wastewaters.
Agency regulates five BDATs as are regulated in nonwaste-
waters: acetonitrile, acrylonitrile, acrylamide,  benzene,  and
cyanide. Standards are based on the treatment performance
of wet air oxidation. Table 1-1 presents treatment standards
for KOH/K013/K014 wastewaters.
(EPA/530-SW-90-0590)             05/08/90
 \Qrder Number: PB9Q-234 154
OrderForm: NTIS..
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Document for K016,
                    K018,  K019, K020, and K030 (Final)

                    Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                    ing constituents to be regulated for K016, K018-K020, and
                    K030 wastes. Also provides support for developing treatment
                    standards for regulated wastes' constituents. Gives waste
                    characterization information to serve  in determining if vari-
                    ance is warranted for particular wastes.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-031B)              08/15/88
                     Order Number: \PB$9-1423$3
                                 Order form; NTfS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K021
(Final)

Provides Agency technical support and rationale for select-
ing and developing treatment standards for constituents to
be regulated for K021  waste (aqueous spent antimony cata-
lyst waste from fluoromethanes production). Discusses tech-
nologies used to treat waste and the treatment standards.
(EPA/53OSW-90-059F)              05/08/90
                                                      Order. Number: \PB90-234 063
                                                     Order Form: NTJS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K022
(Non-CBI Version) (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing treatment standards for nonwastewater
forms  of K022 as identified in 40 CFR 261.32. Presents
waste-specific information, the  technologies used  to treat
wastes, and performance data. Explains EPA's BDAT deter-
mination.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031Q)             08/15/88

 Order Number: PB83~f42517    '.•  Order Form:
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K022;
Amendment  (Final)

Presents Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents for regulation in wastewater forms of KO22.
Discusses the technologies used to treat waste and the treat-
ment standards.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060I)              05/08/90
 Order Number: PB9Q434 360
Order Form: NTlS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K024
(Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K024 waste. Also pro-
vides  rationale for developing treatment standards for
regulated constituents. Provides waste characterization and
treatment information that serves as a basis for determining
whether variances may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031H)             08/15/88
 Order Number: PB8&-142426
Order Form: NTtS
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for K031,
                   K084, K101, K102, Characteristic Arsenic
                   Wastes (D004), Characteristic Selenium
                   Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes
                   Containing Arsenic and Selenium Listing
                   Constituents (Final)

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

                    Order Number: ฃ390234014 i.    Order Form: NTtS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K037
(Final)

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

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

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for revising
BDAT for regulated constituents in K037 wastewaters and for
developing  treatment standards for constituents. Includes
performance data for wastewater constituents parathion and
toluene.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060O)             05/08/90
                                                    Order A/umfcer: P890-234 428
                                                    Order Form: NTtS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for K043
(Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing proposed treatment standards for K043
as identified in 40 CFR 261.32. Presents waste-specific infor-
mation, discusses technologies  used  to treat waste, and
gives performance data. Explains EPA's BOAT determination.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048L)              06/15/89
 Order Number; P8B9-2214$3
Order Form: NTB
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K046
Nonreactive Subcategory (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K046 waste and for devel-
oping treatment standard for regulated constituents. Gives
waste characterization information that serves as a basis for
determining whether variances may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031J)              08/15/88
 Order Number: PB8&-142442
Order Form: NTfS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K046;
Addendum  (Final)

Provides Agency technical support and rationale for developing
regulatory standards for K046 wastes. Discusses waste genera-
tion and industries affected by land disposal restrictions, plus
technologies to treat waste and treatment standards. Identifies
applicable  treatment  technologies.  Includes  performance
data on: untreated/treated waste concentrations for various
constituents and waste characteristics that affect perform-
ance of treatment technology. Appendix shows determina-
tion of nonreactive/reactive forms of K046.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059J)              05/08/90
 Order Number; PB90-234105
Order Form; NTJS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K048,
K049, K050, K051, and K052 (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents regulated  in K048-K052 wastes and for de-
veloping  treatment  standards  for  constituents.  Provides
waste characterization information for determining whether
variances may be warranted for particular wastes. Explains
EPA's determination of BDAT, selection of constituents to be
regulated, and the calculation of treatment standards.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031C)               08/15/88
                                                      Order Number PB$0-142 $7$
                                                     Order Form; NTJS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K048,
K049, K050, K051, and K052; Amendment
(Final)

Presents  K048-K052 solvent extraction  and  incineration
scrubber water data used to develop treatment standards for
nonwastewaters.  Presents K048 incinerator scrubber water
data used to develop treatment standards for cyanide in
wastewaters.  Provides Agency rationale and technical sup-
port for developing,  adding, and deleting  various treatment
standards for K048-K052.  Also provides rationale and sup-
port for selecting cyanide as a regulated constituent and de-
veloping treatment  standards for cyanide in  wastewater
forms of K048-K052.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060R)               05/08/90
                     Order Number: PB90-2344S1
                                 Order Form: NTI3
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K060
(Final)

Provides Agency technical support and rationale for select-
ing and  developing proposed treatment standards for con-
stituents to be regulated in K060 waste. Explains how EPA
determines BDAT, selects constituents for regulation, and
calculates treatment standards. Sections 2 through 7 de-
scribe waste-specific information and the technologies used
to treat waste.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059H)              05/08/90
                                                      Order Number:: PB9Q-234 089
                                                     Order Form: NT1S
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                         n
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for K061
(Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for selecting
constituents to be regulated in K061 waste and for developing
treatment standards for regulated constituents. Provides waste
characterization and treatment information that serves as a ba-
sis for determining whether variances may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031D)             08/15/88
 Order Number; PB8&142384
OrdsrFom: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K061;
Addendum (Final)

Presents technical support and rationale for promulgation of
treatment standards for K061 wastewaters. Issued as an ad-
dendum to the August 1988 background document for K061.
Promulgates standards for  four BDAT  metal constituents
(cadmium, chromium, lead,  and nickel)  regulated in K061
nonwastewaters .  Treatment standards for K061 wastewaters
are included.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059I)              05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234 097.
Order Porto: NTfS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K062
(Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing and developing treatment standards for K062 wastes as
identified in 40 CFR 261.32. Presents waste-specific informa-
tion, technologies used to treat waste, and performance
data. Explains EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031E)             08/15/88
 Order Number: PB88-142392
Order Form; NTtS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K071
(Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K071 waste and for devel-
oping  treatment standards   for  regulated  constituents.
Provides waste characterization and treatment  information
for determining whether variance may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031F)               08/08/88
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K073
(Final)

Provides Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for constituents to be regulated in
K073 waste. Section 2 presents waste-specific information.
Section 3 discusses technologies used to treat wastes, and
Section 4 presents available performance data. Section 5 ex-
plains EPA's determination of BDAT.  Selection of constitu-
ents to be  regulated is discussed in  Section 6. Treatment
standards are determined in Section 7
(EPA/530-SW-90-059E)             05/08/90
                     Qrd&rMufnber: PB9Q234DSS
                                 Order form: MIS
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Document for K086
                    Solvent Wash (Final)

                    Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                    ing and developing treatment standards for K086 solvent
                    waste wash as identified in 40 CFR 261.32. Presents waste-
                    specific information, technologies used to treat wastes, and
                    available performance data. Explains EPA's BDAT determina-
                    tion.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031N)

 Order Number. PB8&142483
08/15/88

Order Form: NT1S
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K086
(Ink Formulation Equipment Cleaning
Wastes); Addendum (Final)

Provides Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for constituents to be regulated in
K086 waste.   Such  constituents  are defined as solvents,
caustic, or water washes and  sludges from cleaning tubs,
equipment used in the formulation of ink from pigments or
driers, as well as soaps and stabilizers containing chromium
and lead. Additional data were obtained by the  Agency
about caustic washes and sludges.  Solvent wash  sludges
also are presented.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059G)             05/08/90
                     Order Number. PB9&-234
                                 Order Form;
 Order Number: PB89-142400
Order Form: NTtS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for K087
(Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K087 wastes and also for
developing treatment standards for regulated constituents.
Provides waste characterization information for determining
whether variances may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031M)             08/08/88
\0rder Number; PB8&1424?$
Order Form; NTJS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K099
(Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K099 waste as well as for
developing treatment standards for regulated constituents.
Provides waste  characterization   data  for  determining
whether treatment variances may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031S)             08/15/88
I Order Number: PB8&-142S33
Oder Form;. NTiS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K101
and K102 Low Arsenic Subcategory (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K101-K102 wastes and
also for developing treatment standards for regulated con-
stituents. Provides waste characterization information for de-
termining whether variances may be granted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031K)             08/15/88
i Order Number; PBB3-142 4m .
QrcferForm; NW
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for K103
and K104  (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents to be regulated in K103-K104 wastes and
also for developing treatment standards for regulated  con-
stituents. Provides waste characterization and treatment in-
formation  that  determine  whether  variances  may  be
warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031G)             08/15/88
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009, K106,
P065, P092, and U151)  (Final)

Presents Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
ing  regulatory treatment standards for mercury-containing
wastes coded D009, K106, P065, P092, and U151. Section 2
describes industries affected and Section  3 specifies appli-
cable and demonstrated treatment technologies.  Section 4
contains performance data and Section 5 analyzes perform-
ance data to determine BDAT for each waste. Section 6 pre-
sents rationale for selection of regulated constituents. BDAT
treatment standards and calculation are presented in Section
7
(EPA/530-SW-90-059Q)             05/08/90
                     Order Number: PB90-234 17Q
                                Order Form: NTl$
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Organophosphorus Wastes, K036
Nonwastewaters; Amendment (Final)

Discusses incineration for treating disulfoton,  a proposed
constituent in K036 nonwastewaters.  Determines incinera-
tion as the best available technology, and gives EPA's ration-
ale for transferring treatment data for incineration of K037 to
K036 nonwastewater streams.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060N)             05/08/90
                     Order Number:. PB9O-234 4 W.
                                Order Form; NTIQ
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-K040,
and Various P and U Codes (Final)

Provides Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards for constituents to be regulated in
organophosphorous wastes.  Section 2  includes waste spe-
cific information, and  Section 3 describes applicable and
demonstrated treatment technologies.  Section 4  presents
available performance data, and Section 5 explains EPA's
determination of BDAT. Section 6 presents support for the
selection of constituents to be regulated, and Section 7 con-
tains treatment standards.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048G)              06/15/89
                     Order Number:\PB8&-221 444
                                Order Form:. NT)S .
I Orcfer Number: PB8&-U2 4W
Order Form: NTf$
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for P and U
Thallium Wastes  (Final)

Presents waste-specific information for thallium-containing
waters. Also  provides the number and location of facilities
affected by land disposal restrictions, waste-generating proc-
esses, and  waste characterization data. Discusses technolo-
gies used to treat waste and provides available performance
data,  including data  on  which  treatment standards are
based. Explains EPA's BOAT determination.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059R)             05/08/90
 Order Number; m$0-234
Oreter Form; NW
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for
Phthalate Wastes, K023, K093, K094, and
Various P and U Codes (Final)

Provides Agency technical support for selecting and devel-
oping treatment standards  for constituents regulated in
phthalate wastes as identified in 40 CFR 261.32 - 261.33. Pre-
sents waste-specific data, technologies used to treat wastes,
and available performance data. Explains EPA's BOAT deter-
mination.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048H)             06/15/89

 Order Number PB8&221 451      I Order Form: NTtS\
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Document for
                    Silver-Containing Wastes D011, P099, PI04
                    (Final)

                    Determines that D011 wastes represent one treatability group
                    for nonwastewaters and another treatability group for waste-
                    waters based on physical and chemical characteristics. EPA
                    examines sources  of wastes,  specific similarities in waste
                    composition, applicable and demonstrated treatment tech-
                    nologies, and attainable treatment performance standards to
                    support a simplified regulatory approach for silver-containing
                    wastes.
                                                    (EPA/530-SW-90-059X)

                                                     Order Number. PB9&234 24&
                                                    05/08/90

                                                    OrderForm: NTIS
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Document for
                    Stripping Still Tails from the Production of
                    Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026  (Final)

                    Provides Agency reasons and support for developing stand-
                    ards. Gives waste characterization data that serve as a basis
                    for determining whether a variance from treatment standard
                    may be warranted for a particular type of K026.
                    (EPA/530SW-90-060L)              05/08/90

                    •• Order Number: PB90-234 3&4  !•   Order Form:  NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Quality
Assurance/Quality Control Procedures and
Methodology (Final)

Provides EPA's approach for implementing Land Disposal
Restriction  Program  regarding  how treatment standards
were developed for earlier rules.  Also provides how EPA in-
tends to collect and evaluate treatment data to develop treat-
ment standards on  future  rules.  Presents the Quality
Assurance Project  Plan, the methodology used for estab-
lishing treatment standards,  a summarization of the treat-
ment standards for the Solvents and Dioxins Rule, California
List Rule, and First-, Second-, and Third Third Rules.
(EPA/530-R-92-002)                10/23/91
 OrderNumber: PB92-149277
Order Form: A/778.
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and P
Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039),
Volume A: Wastewater Forms of Organic U
and P Wastes and Multisource Leachate
(F039) for Which There Are
Concentration-Based Treatment Standards

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
ing concentration-based treatment standards for multi-source
leachates and organic U and P wastes amenable to quantifi-
cation in hazardous waste matrices. Standards are applica-
ble  to  wastes listed  as well  as  wastes generated by
management/treatment of listed waste. Treatment standards
are specified  for  nonwastewater and wastewater forms of
listed hazardous wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060F)              05/08/90
                                                    Order Number. PB9Q-234337
                                                    Order Form: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for U and P
Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
Volume B:  U and P Wastewaters and
Nonwastewaters with Methods of
Treatment as Treatment Standards

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
ing treatment standards for U and P wastes with methods of
treatment as BOAT treatment standards.  Standards are ap-
plicable to wastes as listed in 40 CFR 261.33 (e) and (f) and
wastes  generated by management or treatment of listed
waste. Treatment standards are specified for both nonwaste-
water and wastewater forms of the listed hazardous waste.
Wastewaters defined as containing less than 1% (weight ba-
sis) total suspended solids and less than 1% (weight basis)
total organic carbon (TOG).
(EPA/530-SW-90-060G)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB9Q-234.345
                  Order Farfn:NTlS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and P
Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
Volume C: Nonwastewater Forms of
Organic U and P Wastes and Multisource
Leachate (F039) for Which There Are
Concentration-Based Treatment Standards

Provides a description of industries affected by land disposal
restrictions,  processes that are generating wastes, and avail-
able waste characterization data. Includes EPA's rationale for
combining waste codes into 12 treatability groups. The ra-
tionale for identifying BDAT wastes also is presented. Data
used for calculating and determining treatment standards
are given.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060H)             05/08/90
 Order Number: P690-234352
                  Ord&rform: NTlS
                                     Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                                     (BDAT) Background Document for U and P
                                     Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
                                     Volume D: Reactive U and P Wastewaters
                                     and Nonwastewaters

                                     Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
                                     ing treatment standards for U and P wastes with reactive list-
                                     ing constituents. Standards are specified for nonwastewater
                                     and wastewater forms of  each  listed  hazardous waste.
                                     Wastewaters are defined as wastes containing less than 1%
                                     (weight basis) total suspended solids and less than  1%
                                     (weight basis) total organic carbon (TOG).
                                     (EPA/530-SW-90-060C)            05/08/90
                                      Order Number: PB9&234 303
                                Order Form: A/T/S
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for U and P
Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
Volume E:  U and P Gaseous Wastes

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for develop-
ing method-based treatment standards for three gaseous U
and P wastes: ethylene oxide (U115), nitric oxide (P076), and
nitrogen dioxide (P078). Standards are applicable to wastes
both  listed and generated by management.  Standards are
specified for both nonwastewater and wastewater  forms of
listed hazardous wastes. Wastewaters are defined as wastes
containing less than 1% (weight basis) total suspended sol-
ids and less than  1% (weight basis) total organic carbon
(TOG).
(EPA/530-SW-90-060S)             05/08/90
                                      Order Number PB9Q-234 4$&
                                Order Form; NTtS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Vanadium-Containing Wastes P119 and
P120 (Final)

Presents waste-specific information for P119  and P120
wastes. Gives the number and location of facilities affected
by land disposal  restrictions,  waste-generating  processes,
and waste characterization data. Discusses technologies
used to treat wastes (or similar wastes). Presents available
performance data, including  data upon which treatment
standards are based. Explains EPA's determination of BDAT.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059S)              05/08/90
                                                   Order Number PB9&234
                                                                     Order Form: A/77S
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 Best Demonstrated Available Technology
 (BOAT) Background Document for Wastes
 from the Production of Chlorinated
 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024 (Final)

 Provides EPA standards and technical support for selecting
 constituents regulated in F024 and also for developing treat-
 ment standards as required under 40 CFR 261.31.  Explains
 determination  of  BOAT  and  calculates  the treatment
 standards.
 (EPA/530-SW-89-048M)            05/15/89
 Order Number: PB 89-221 501
Ordetf form: NTfS I
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
from the Production of Chlorinated
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024; Amendment
(Final)

Gives F024 incinerator ash stabilization data, plus EPA's rea-
sons for selecting metal constituents to be regulated in non-
wastewater forms of F024. Also provides reasons for deleting
chlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans as regulated
constituents in F024.  Details the approach used in develop-
ing treatment standards for metal constituents in non-waste-
water forms of F024.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060Q)             05/08/90
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
from the Production of Dinitrotoluene,
Toluenediamine, and Toluene
Diisocyanate, K027, K111-KH6, U221, and
U223 (Final)

Provides Agency treatment standards for the wastes identi-
fied in 40 CFR 261.32 and 40 CFR 261.33, known as K027
K113-116, U221, and U223. Explains EPA's BDAT determina-
tion, selection of constituents to be regulated, and calcula-
tion of treatment standards.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048O)             05/15/89
                    Order Number; PB89-221527
                                Order Form: NTIS
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
                   from the Production of Epichlorohydrin,
                   K017  (Final)

                   Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
                   ing  constituents for regulation in  K017 and for developing
                   treatment standards.  Provides waste characterization data
                   for determining whether variances from treatment may be
                   warranted  in particular cases. Waste-specific information is
                   included.
 Order A/umber; PB9O-234 444
Order form: NTIS
(EPA/530-SW-90-060D)

 Order Number: PB9Q-234311
05/08/90

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

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for selecting
constituents to be regulated in F025 and for developing treat-
ment standards. Includes applicable waste-specific information,
demonstrated technologies, and summarizes available perform-
ance data Explains EPA's BDAT determination.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060A)             05/08/90

 Order Number: P&90-234287       Order Form:
                   Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                   (BDAT) Background Document for Wastes
                   from the Production of
                   1,1,1-Trichloroethane,  K028, K029, K095,
                   and K096 (Final)

                   Provides Agency rationale and technical standards for select-
                   ing constituents  regulated in  K028, K029, K095, K096, and
                   K028.  Also provides background on developing treatment
                   standards as identified in 40 CFR 261.32. Provides waste-
                   specific information.
                   (EPA/530-SW-89-048N)             05/25/89
                                                   Order Number PBQ&221 519
                                                   Order Form: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) Background Document for Wastes
from the Production of
1,1,1-Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095,
and K096; Amendment  (Final)

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

 Order Number: PBdQ~234$2&      prefer Form: NTiS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Document for
Wastewater Treatment Sludges Generated
in the Production of Creosote K035  (Final)

Provides Agency rationale and technical support for select-
ing constituents for regulation in K035 and for developing
treatment standards for constituents. Provides waste charac-
terization data for determining whether variances from treat-
ment standards may be warranted.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060M)              05/08/90
 Order Number: PB9&23440&
\Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Documents for First
Third Wastes; Final Rule (Complete Set)

Supports final land disposal restriction rule for the First Third
wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that require alternative
treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses capacity
analyses developed for wastes covered by previous rules.
Discusses quantities of the  First Third wastes affected  by
proposed rules. Data were obtained from results of the Na-
tional Survey of Hazardous  Waste Treatment,  Storage, Dis-
posal, and Recycling Facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-88-031)               08/15/88
 Order Number: PB89-142 343
Order Form: NTt$
                    Best Demonstrated Available Technology
                    (BDAT) Background Documents for Second
                    Third Wastes; Final Rule (Complete Set)

                    Supports final land disposal restriction rule for the Second
                    Third wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that require al-
                    ternative treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses
                    capacity analyses developed for wastes covered by previous
                    rules. Discusses quantities  of the Second Third  wastes af-
                    fected by proposed rules. Data were obtained from results of
                    the National Survey of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
                    Disposal, and Recycling Facilities.
                    (EPA/530-SW-89-048)               06/15/89

                     Ofd&mtffixirrp&B&221 402 ""\    Order forfn:  NT)S
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Documents for Third
Third Wastes; Final Rule (First Part of
Complete Set)

Supports final land disposal restriction rule for the Third
Third wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that require al-
ternative treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses
capacity analyses developed for wastes covered by previous
rules. Discusses quantities of the Third Third wastes affected
by proposed rules.  Data were obtained from results of the
National Survey of Hazardous  Waste Treatment, Storage,
Disposal, and Recycling Facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059)                05/08/90
                                                     Order Number: PB9&234 006
                                                     Order Form: NTIS
Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BDAT) Background Documents for Third
Third Wastes; Final Rule (Second Part of
Complete Set)

Supports final land  disposal restriction rule for the  Third
Third wastes. Estimates quantities of wastes that require al-
ternative treatment or recovery prior to disposal. Reassesses
capacity analyses developed for wastes covered by previous
rules. Discusses quantities of the Third Third wastes affected
by proposed rules. Data were obtained from results of the
National Survey of Hazardous  Waste Treatment, Storage,
Disposal, and Recycling Facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060)               05/08/90
                                                     Order Number: PB&&341Sฎ
                                                     Order Form; NTIS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization:
Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Solid Waste
(1980 to Present)

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

 OnterHumber: PB8&163 ?$?/A$  I OrcierForm;
Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste
Management Alternatives

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

 Order Number: EPA/53Q3W8&QS5 \ Order Form OSW


Census of State and Territorial Subtitle D
Non-Hazardous Waste Programs

Summarizes the findings of census  information from state
and territorial Subtitle D nonhazardous waste programs. De-
scribes  background, objectives, methods, results, and con-
clusions of census,  including state organizational structures
and resources for Subtitle D programs.  Also includes infor-
mation on the total number of basic characteristics of Subti-
tle D facilities, and data on regulatory programs.
(EPA/530-SW-86-039)               10/15/86

 Order Number: PB87-J08V8Q/AS   :OrderForm: HTtS
Characterization of Municipal Solid Waste
in the United States: 1990 Update

Characterizes municipal solid waste for a report in a 20-year
series sponsored by EPA.  Updates database for 50-year
characterization of materials and products in the MSW. Dif-
ferences between the 1990 update and previous material
flows reports are explained.
(EPA/530-SW-90-042)               06/15/90

                            -     Order Form: tJTIS
Characterization of Municipal Solid Waste
in the United States: 1990 Update;
Executive Summary

Summarizes a study of  MSW in  United States on data
through 1988. Summary Characterizes MSW by volume and
weight. Provides information on the recovery of materials for
recycling, composting, and combustion from 1960 to 1988.
Projects MSW generation to year 2010, combustion until
2000, and recovery and recycling through 1995.
                                 06/15/90

 Order Number. ฃPA/53&$W-9D-d42A Order Form: QSW
Characterization of Municipal Waste
Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and
Leachates

Characterizes municipal waste combustion ashes, laboratory
extracts of MWC ashes, and leachates from MSW ash dis-
posal facilities. Analyzes bottom and fly ash samples from
five mass-burn MWC facilities and leachate samples from
companion ash disposal facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-90-029A)              03/15/90
 Order Number* PB9&1871$4
OrderF&rm: NTB
Characterization of Municipal Solid Waste
in the United States, 1960-2000

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

 Order Nurrtber; P&87^7832$.      Order Form.; NTIS
Characterization of Municipal Waste
Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and
Leachates; Executive Summary

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

 OrderNumber. ฃPA/53fr$W~9&OJ?9B OrderForm: QSW
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)

Supports EPA study of Subtitle D program. Principal objec-
tive was to assist in the development of data to evaluate po-
tential health  and  environmental effects of  leachate from
municipal landfills. Baseline data include a range of concen-
trations of organics and inorganics in fly ash, bottom ash,
and combined ash.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028)               10/15/87
 Order Number: PB88-127931
Order Form: NTfS
Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume I: Summary

Supports EPA study of Subtitle D program. Principal objec-
tive was to assist in the development of data to evaluate po-
tential health and  environmental effects of leachate from
municipal landfills. Baseline data include a range of concen-
trations of organics and  inorganics in fly ash, bottom ash,
and combined ash.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028A)             10/15/87
 Order Number: PB88-127949
Order Form: NTIS
Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume II: Leachate
Baseline Report; Determination of
Municipal Landfill Leachate
Characteristics

Supports EPA study of Subtitle D program. Principal objec-
tive was to  assist in the development of data to evaluate po-
tential health and environmental effects of leachate from
municipal  landfills. Summarizes existing  leachate charac-
teristic  data including concentrations  of organic and  inor-
ganic parameters.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028B)             10/15/87
 Order Number: PB8&-1279S6
Order Form: NTfS
Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume III:
Addendum to Characterization of
Municipal  Landfill Leachates; A Literature
Review

Summarizes findings of literature on leachate production at
municipal solid waste landfills. Summarizes  information
found on factors influencing quantity and quality of leachates
generated at Subtitle D municipal landfills.  Presents data
generated on  the  composition of actual leachates and
leachates formulated under test conditions (extracts).
(EPA/530-SW-87-028C)             10/15/87
                    Order Number: PB8&127964.
                                Order Form: NTfS
Characterization of MWC Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume IV:
Characterization of Municipal Waste
Combustion Residues and their Leachates;
A Literature Review

Reviews literature and results of research conducted for EPA.
Covers the results of research. Data address environmental
issues associated with contaminant discharges from munici-
pal waste combustor (MWC) residues into environmental me-
dia. Addresses potential discharges of leachates into soil,
ground water, and surface water.  Describes the chemical
characteristics of fly ash, bottom ash, and combined ashes,
and characteristics of extracts and leachates.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028D)              10/15/87

 Order Number: PB88-127 972       Order Form: NTIS


Characterization of MWC  Ashes and
Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume V:
Characterization of Municipal Waste
Combustor Residues

Describes planning, sampling, and analysis activities. Sum-
marizes the results  of chemical analyses performed on  fly
ash, bottom ash, and laboratory-prepared leachates of both
types  of ash. Evaluates results of analyses pertinent to mu-
nicipal waste combustor (MWC) facility design and opera-
tion, variations among leachate preparation procedures, and
characterization of residues such as hazardous wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-87-028E)              10/15/87
                                                     Order Number:] PB8$-127980
                                                    Order Form: NW
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and
 Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
 and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume VI:
 Characterization of Leachates from
 Municipal Waste Disposal Sites and
 Co-Disposal Sites

 Characterizes leachates from municipal waste disposal sites
 and co-disposal sites. Prepared to provide support to EPA's
 study of 40 CFR 268 Subtitle D program. Develops data to
 evaluate potential effects on humans and the environment
 from leachates generated by landfills. Volume VI of VII.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-028F)              10/15/87
 '"Order Humi3eK"P&8&-127 998
'•OrtierTom: A/77S
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and
 Leachates from MSW Landfills, Monofills,
 and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume VII:
 Addendum to Monofill Report

 Includes conventional parameters in leachates from monofiils
 and in  quench waters with landfill samplings from several
 sites. Addendum is Volume VII of VII.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-028G)             10/15/87

 Order Hunter: P888-128QQ4      -.Order Form: NTtS
Characterization of Products Containing
Lead and Cadmium in Municipal Solid
Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000

Characterizes sources of lead and cadmium in products dis-
posed of in MSW between 1970 to 1986, with projections to
year 2000. Findings include individual products in MSW that
contain lead such as lead-acid batteries, consumer electron-
ics, glass, and ceramics.
(EPA/530-SW-89-015A)             01/15/89
 Order Number: PB89-1S1039
'OrderForm: NTIS
Characterization of Products Containing
Lead and Cadmium in Municipal Solid
Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000;
Executive Summary

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

 Order Number; EPA/53&SW&9-0 ISO Order Form: OSW
 Characterization of Products Containing
 Lead and Cadmium in Municipal Solid
 Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000;
 Executive Summary and Chapter 1: Lead
 and Cadmium in Municipal Solid Waste;
 Overview and Summary

 Provides  overview  and  summary  of study  investigating
 sources of lead and cadmium products disposed of in MSW
 between 1970-1986, with projections to year 2000. Lead and
 cadmium products  include:  lead-acid  batteries, household
 batteries, consumer electronics, glass, ceramics,  plastics, sol-
 dered cans, and pigments.
                                01/15/89

 Order Number. ฃPj
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Chemical, Physical, and Biological
Properties of Compounds Present at
Hazardous Waste Sites  (Final Report)

Catalogs chemicals present at hazardous waste sites, profil-
ing and summarizing chemicals by physical and biological
properties. Regulations, standards, and recommended expo-
sure levels pertaining to each chemical  are included in pro-
files.
(EPA/530-SW-89-010)

 Order Number; PB&132203
09/27/85

Ureter Form: NW
Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface
Impoundments

Presents closure plans and postclosure care considerations
and details for surface impoundments containing hazardous
wastes. Written for EPA Regional offices or state  regulatory
offices charged with evaluating and approving closure plans
for surface impoundments. Describes and references meth-
ods, tests, and procedures involved in closing a site.
(EPA/SW-873)                      09/15/82

 Order Number: PB87-155 537/AS    Order Form: NTfS
Closure/Postclosure and Financial
Responsibility Requirements for
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities; Final Rule; Background
Document

Provides support for final rule for closure  and postclosure
care, and financial responsibility requirements applicable to
owners and  operators of hazardous waste treatment, stor-
age,  and treatment facilities.  Includes background of rule-
making proceeding, public comments, and EPA responses.
(EPA/530-SW-86-009)              04/15/86
 Order Number; PB8$-21V671
Order Form: NTtS
Closure/Postclosure Interim Status
Standards (40 CFR 265, Subpart G):
Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

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

 Order Number: PB87~J56 683/A&                 I


Combined NRC/EPA Siting Guidelines for
Disposal of Commercial Mixed  Low-Level
Radioactive and Hazardous Waste

Explains combined NRC/EPA siting guidelines for disposal
of commercial mixed low-level  radioactive and hazardous
waste. Specifically calls attention to Section 5(e)(1)(B) requir-
ing  non-sited compact or non-member states to develop sit-
ing plans for disposal facilities.
                                 06/29/87

 Order Number: EPA/530/SW-87-029  Order Form: OSW
                    Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set

                    Outlines the commercial treatment/recovery capacity data-
                    base. Contains data sets on incineration and reuse of fuel, as
                    well as other treatment systems input in the database. Data
                    are derived from the  National Survey of Hazardous Waste
                    Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities.
                    (EPA/530-SW-90-078)               05/08/90
                                                     Order Numbers PB9Q-259 789
                                                     Order Form: NTtS
                                                     Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR
                                                     Survey Data Set

                                                     Outlines the commercial treatment/recovery capacity data-
                                                     base. Contains data sets on incineration and reuse of fuel, as
                                                     well  as other treatment systems input in the database. Data
                                                     are derived from the National Survey of Hazardous Waste
                                                     Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities.
                                                     (EPA/530/SW-89-058)               06/15/89
                                                     Order Number: PB89-22054S
                                                     Order Form: NTIS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Compendium of ORD and OSWER
Documents Relevant to RCRA Corrective
Action

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

 Order Number; ฃPA/$$Q-8-$ฃm   \ Order Form:  O$W


Compilation of Current Practices at Land
Disposal Facilities: Summary of Liner and
Leak Detection Designs, Action Leakage
Rates, Response Action Plans, and
Management of Liquids in Landfills

Summarizes results of a nationwide evaluation of hazardous
waste land disposal facility permits.  Presents information on
liners, leak detection systems, and the treatment  of  liquids
and use of absorbents at landfills.  Identifies current designs
and operational practices of land disposal facilities.
(530-R-92-003)                     01/15/92
              PB92~t2S206
Order Form
Compilation of Persons Who Design, Test,
Inspect, and Install Storage Tank Systems

Lists individuals and companies who provide one or more of
the following services: assessment of the integrity of an ex-
isting tank system by an independent, qualified, registered
professional engineer; assessments of new tank system de-
sign by independent, qualified, registered professional engi-
neer;  determination  of the  corrosion  potential by  an
independent corrosion expert; and inspections for installa-
tion of new tank systems by an independent, qualified instal-
lation  inspector or an independent, qualified,  registered
professional engineer.
(EPA/530-SW-88-019)               02/29/88
 Order Number: PB8&197611
Order Form: NTIS
                    Composition and Management of Used Oil
                    Generated in the United States

                    Characterizes used oil generation, management, and com-
                    position in the United States in 1983. Supports the develop-
                    ment of used oil regulations and provides a framework for
                    assessing the risks and benefits of alternative regulatory op-
                    tions.
                    (EPA/530SW-84-013)

                     Order Murnb&
                                 11/15/84

                                 Order Form.' NTtS
                    Composition and Management of Used Oil
                    Generated in the United States; Appendix

                    Presents comprehensive analytical database for more than
                    1,000 waste oil samples.
                    (EPA/530-SW-84-013A)              11/15/84
                     Order Number: PB88-111 752
                                 Order Form: NTtS
Construction Quality Assurance for
Hazardous Waste Land Disposal Facilities;
Technical Guidance Document

Provides guidance on construction quality assurance (CQA)
plan to be addressed during permit application procedure
for hazardous  waste land  disposal facilities. Discussion in-
cludes: responsibility and authority, CQA personnel qualifica-
tions,   inspections   activities,  sampling  strategies,  and
documentation.
(EPA/530-SW-86-031)               10/15/86
                     Order Number: PB87-13282S
                                 Order Form: NJJS
The Consumer's Handbook for Reducing
Solid Waste

Describes how consumers can reduce their garbage produc-
tion by making  environmentally aware  decisions about the
products and packaging they purchase, use, and ultimately
dispose of. Suggestions follow four basic principles: reduce,
reuse, recycle, and respond. Also lists state environmental
agencies, as well as other publications and sources.
                                 06/15/92

 Order Number: EPA/$$&K92-OQ3:    Order Form; OSW
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Corrective Measures for Releases to
Groundwater from Solid Waste
Management Units; Draft Final Report

Provides guidance for identifying mechanisms to correct re-
leases from solid  waste management units (SWMUs) to
ground water. Supplies an overview of control and treatment
technologies in hydrogeologic settings, discusses case stud-
ies, and  provides  recommendations for the application of
corrective measures to ground-water releases from SWMUs.
(EPA/530-SW-88-020)               08/15/85
 Order Number: PB88-18S2S1..
QrderForm: NTfS
Corrective Measures for Releases to Soil
from Solid Waste Management Units; Draft
Final Report

Discusses various types of removal, containment, and treat-
ment technologies applicable to the remediation of releases
to soils from solid waste management units (SWMUs). Pro-
vides an overview of  corrective action technologies, dis-
cusses case studies, and includes recommendations for the
application of corrective measures to soils from SWMUs.
(EPA/530-SW-88-022)               08/15/88
Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste
Disposal Facilities and Practices;
Notification Requirements for Industrial
Solid Waste Disposal Facilities (40 CFR
Part 257)  (Draft)

Amends 40 CFR Part 257 by imposing a two-part reporting
requirement on  industrial solid waste disposal facilities and
construction and demolition waste landfills.  The owner or
operator is required to supply EPA with information on facility
ownership and  location with three  descriptors:  unit  types
and numbers, waste types, and total waste volume.
(EPA/530-SW-88-044)               07/15/88

                              I   Order Form: NTtS
                                                     Order Hunter: P&8&-242SQ8
                    Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
                    Hydrogeology under RCRA (Complete Set)

                    Provides RCRA permit writers with a standardized technical
                    method for evaluating hydrogeologic data submitted in per-
                    mit applications for hazardous waste land treatment, storage,
                    and disposal facilities. The methodology determines if facili-
                    ties are located in areas of vulnerable hydrogeology.
                                                     07/15/86
 .OrderNumber: PB88-185277
Order Form: NTtS
 Order Number: IPB8&-224 946
Order Form: NTtS
Corrective Measures for Releases to
Surface Waters; Draft Final Report

Provides guidance for identifying mechanisms to correct re-
leases from solid waste management units (SWMUs) to sur-
face water.   Provides an  overview of corrective action
technologies, discusses case studies, and advises on the se-
lection of corrective measures to surface water from SWMUs.
(EPA/530-SW-90-085)               08/15/85
 Order Number: PB91-1Q2Q46
Order Form: NTIS
Corrosivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.22);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001	

Explains Agency's definition  of corrosive waste, discusses
comments received on Agency's proposed definition of cor-
rosive waste, and the changes made in  response to com-
ments. Includes the rationale for the proposed Characteristic
of Corrosivity for identification and listing of hazardous waste
as well as the test methods used to make that determination.
                                 05/01/80
                    Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
                    Hydrogeology: A RCRA Statutory
                    Interpretative Guidance

                    Provides RCRA permit writers with a standardized technical
                    method for evaluating hydrogeologic data submitted in per-
                    mit applications for hazardous waste land treatment, storage,
                    and disposal facilities. The methodology determines if facili-
                    ties are located in areas of vulnerable hydrogeology.
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-022)               07/15/86
                                                      Order Number:] PB86-324 05$
                                                     Order Form: NTIS
                    Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
                    Hydrogeology under RCRA; Appendix A:
                    Technical Methods for Evaluating
                    Hydrogeologic Parameters

                    Discusses methods available for the determination of fluid
                    conductivity under field conditions. Determines effective po-
                    rosity and hydraulic gradient.
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-022A)              07/15/86

                     Order Numbed PB88-224 $$1/AS'\   Order Form; N
 . Order Number; PB81-1B4319
Order Form; NTtS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
Hydrogeology under RCRA; Appendix B:
Groundwater Flow Net/Flow Line
Construction and Analysis

Describes methods used to characterize hydraulic conductiv-
ity, determination of effective porosity, and determination of
hydraulic porosity. Considerations are given to well construc-
tion and development, data interpretation and test selection
considerations, and single well tests.
(EPA/530-SW-86-022B)             07/15/86

 Order Number PB86-224 979/AS   ^OrderFbrm: NTIS-
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
Hydrogeology under RCRA; Appendix C:
Technical Methods for Calculating Time of
Travel in the Unsatu rated Zone

Describes methods for calculating ground-water time of
travel in the unsaturated zone. Designed for hazardous waste
facility permit applicants and writers in evaluating vulnerabil-
ity of ground water contamination. Two general approaches
are given. Includes review of general theory of ground water
flow  in the  unsaturated zone and describes processes.
Equations are presented.
(EPA/530-SW-86-022C)             07/15/86

 Order Number: P&8&224 987/ASOrder Form:
Criteria for Identifying Characteristics of
Hazardous Waste (40 CFR 261.10); Criteria
for Listing Hazardous Waste (40 CFR
261.11); Petitions to Amend Part 261 to
Exclude a Waste Produced at a Particular
Facility (40 CFR 260.22); Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste under RCRA,
Subtitle C, Section 3001

Describes the basis and purpose used in establishing final
criteria for identifying characteristics of hazardous waste, cri-
teria for listing hazardous waste, and procedures for de-list-
ing hazardous wastes.
                                04/01/80
 Order Number. PB81-1S4 962
Order Form: N77S
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Case Studies on Groundwater
and Surface Water Contamination from
Municipal Solid Waste Landfills

Describes basis for 40 CFR Part 258 Subtitle D. Presents in-
formation on ground water and surface water contamination
from MSW landfill case studies. Identifies and describes hu-
man health and environmental impacts from landfills.
(EPA/530-SW-88-040)               07/15/88
                                                    Order Number: PB88-242 406
                                Order Form: A/775
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable
Hydrogeology under RCRA; Appendix D:
Development of Vulnerability Criteria
Based on Risk Assessments and
Theoretical Modeling

Identifies locations where the potential of exposure to haz-
ardous waste or waste constituents could be significant due
to the absence of engineered containment barriers, monitor-
ing, or response activities.  Case studies are included that il-
lustrate  TOT  100  criteria  and health-risk assessment for
ground-water resource pathway.
(EPA/530-SW-86-022D)              07/15/86

 Order Number; PE&&84 9&S/AS    Order Form: NW
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Closure and Postclosure Care
and Financial Responsibility Requirements
(Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32); Draft
Background Document

Discusses background information and provides detailed in-
formation on revised closure and postclosure care and finan-
cial responsibility  requirements.  Addresses performance
standards, plans, and financial assurance criteria as well as
mechanisms available to owners and operators of MSW land-
fills.
(EPA/530-SW-88-041)

 Order Number: PB88-242 474
07/15/88

Order Form: A/77S
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Design Criteria (Subpart D);
Draft Background Document

Provides technical support for 40 CFR Part 258 and dis-
cusses background  information leading to development of
categorical rule option. Provides detailed information on re-
vised design  criteria Discusses general development and
various design options including: how a design standard was
selected and considered,  how location specific considera-
tions are involved, and what methodologies are available for
meeting design performance standards. Provides landfill de-
signs that specifically address liners, leachate collection sys-
tems, and final covers.
(EPA/530-SW-88-042)                07/15/88

 Order Number:  PB88-2424&2       Order Form: NTfS
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Groundwater Monitoring and
Corrective Action (Subpart E)

Provides detailed information on  development and imple-
mentation of ground-water monitoring and corrective action
requirements. Options for ground-water monitoring and cor-
rective action programs discussed and EPA rationale is ex-
plained.  When available, data  are  presented  to  support
decisions.
(EPA/530-SW-88-043)               07/15/88

 Order Number:  PB88-2424W       Order Form: NTIS
 Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
 Landfills: Location Restrictions (Subpart
 B); Draft Background Document

 Presents revision of 40 CFR Part 257 for facilities that may
 receive household  hazardous waste or hazardous  waste
 from small quantity  generators. Includes the initial limitation
 to municipal solid waste landfills. Provides legislative and
 regulatory background and status. Addresses federal laws
 that impact design, operation, and location of MSWLFs. Con-
 tains detailed information on the development of standards
 addressing restricted locations.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-036)               07/15/88

  Order Number: PB88-242425       Order Form: NT1S
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Operating Criteria (Subpart C);
Draft Background Document

Determines operating criteria for municipal solid waste land-
fills. Includes procedures for cover material, disease vectors,
explosive  gas, air criteria, access, excluding receipt of haz-
ardous waste, run-on and runoff controls, surface water, liq-
uids restrictions, and recordkeeping.
(EPA/530-SW-88-037)                07/15/88
 Order Number:' PB88-24243$
Order Form; Nfl$
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills: Summary of Data on Municipal
Solid Waste Landfill Leachate
Characteristics

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

 Order Number.' PB8&-242441        Order Form: NTIS


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

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

 Order Numberl  PB8B-2424S&       Order Form: NTIS
 Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste
 Management

 Presents problems and possible solutions for waste manage-
 ment issues to be addressed by policymakers. Introduces the
 concept of integrated waste management by providing an
 overview of major municipal waste management while also
 highlighting program options and listing  criteria for evaluat-
 ing alternatives. Sections include: collection and transfer,
 source  reduction,  recycling, composting, municipal waste
 combustion, land disposal, special wastes, public education,
 and financing and revenues.
                                  11/15/89

  Order Number: EPA/530-SW-8&Q72  Order Form:
                       For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste
Management (Promotional Brochure)

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

 Order Number: EPA/$3(>SW-8&Q7$ lOrderForm: OSW


Definitions and General Provisions under
RCRA, Subtitle  C; Definitions and
Provisions for Confidentiality (40 CFR 260,
Subparts A and B)

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

 Order Number: P&81-1&14$$       Order Form: NTIB

Degree of Hazard as an Approach to
Defining and Managing Hazardous Wastes;
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001

Presents degree of hazard as approach to defining and man-
aging hazardous wastes under authority of Subtitle C, RCRA
of 1976.  Premise rests on hazardous wastes defined and
grouped according to degree of hazard. Provides summary
of comments to proposed regulation and EPA's responses,
including rationale for final regulations.
                                 04/01/80
 Order Number PB81-188 161
\OrderForm: NTtS
Design and Development of a Hazardous
Waste Reactivity Testing Protocol

Contains test protocol to assess gross chemical composition
of waste materials at uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. In-
cludes field test kit, flow diagrams, and manual for using flow
diagrams and test procedures. History of protocol's develop-
ment and trial is noted.
(EPA/600/2-84-057)                 02/01/84
                     Design, Construction, and Evaluation of
                     Clay Liners for Waste Management
                     Facilities

                     Compiles technical information on design, construction, and
                     evaluation of clay liners for waste landfills, surface impound-
                     ments, and wastepiles.  Discusses clays and their composi-
                     tion, fabric, and hydraulic conductivity. Other topics include
                     geotechnical test methods and soil properties, clay chemical
                     compatibility, construction and quality assurance,  perform-
                     ance of existing clay liners, and clay liner transit time predic-
                     tion methods.
                     (EPA/530-SW-86-007F)              11/15/88

                     ..Qrder'Number: PB8&1.81 937   \ :  Order Form: ]
                     Directory of Commercial Hazardous Waste
                     Management Facilities

                     Lists commercial hazardous  waste management facilities,
                     along with information on types of commercial services of-
                     fered and types of wastes managed. Does not constitute a
                     list of approved facilities, but is representative of typical com-
                     mercial services available at the time data were compiled.
                     Appendices list which particular wastes are handled by spe-
                     cific facilities.
                     (EPA/530-SW-87-024)               08/15/87
                     Order Number, PB88-103699
                                 Order Form: NTtS
 Order Number: PB84-1588Q7
Order Form: NTtS
Directory of Mine Waste Characterization
and Drainage Quality Contacts in Western
Governors' Association Member States

Lists contacts  with access to  information  on  metal mine
waste characterization, metal  mine drainage quality, and
drainage quality prediction for each of the 21 Western Gover-
nors' Association member states.
(EPA/530-R-92-007)                 09/01/91

 Order Number: PB92-18Q 108   !    Order Form: NTl$.


Disposal Tips for Home Health Care
(Patient Flyer)

Provides tips for preventing injury, illness, and pollution when
disposing of sharp objects and contaminated materials used
in administering home health care. Describes simple steps to
safely dispose of needles, syringes, lancets, and other sharp
objects.
                                 01/15/90

 OrderNumbBi; ฃPA/53G*SW-dO014B Order Form: QSW
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Disposal Tips for Home Health Care
(Professional Brochure)

Encourages health-care  professionals to  educate  patients
and clients on safely practicing home health care by dispos-
ing of "sharps" (lancets, needles, and syringes) in hard-plas-
tic or metal containers with screw-on or tightly secured lids.
Includes detachable order form for professional brochure
and patient flyer.
                                  01/15/90

 Order Number:  EtiA/53&$W-90$J4A Order Form: OSW
Documentation for Development of
Toxicity and Volumes Scores for the
Purpose of Scheduling Hazardous Waste

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

 Order Number: PB87-1S4936/AS    Order Form: NTฎ
Does Your Business Produce Hazardous
Waste?  Many Small Businesses Do

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

 Order Number: EPA/S3OSW~9Q~Q27  Order Form: OSW
  Chemical Manufacturers

Includes industry categories: industrial inorganic chemicals,
industry organic chemicals, pigments,  plastics, pesticides,
synthetic rubber, explosives, synthetic fibers, gum, and wood
chemicals. Includes general description of waste types and
waste minimization techniques in chemical manufacturing.

 Order Number: EPA/53Q*SW-dfrQ27H
  Cleaning and Cosmetics
Includes industry categories: soaps, detergents or specialty
cleaners, polishing or sanitizing compounds, surfactants, fin-
ishing agents, and other assistants, perfumes, cosmetics, toi-
let preparations or sundries. Includes general description of
types of industry waste and waste minimization techniques.

 Order Number* EPA/53Q3W3&&27Q..        ,'.  ./]   '.
  Construction

Includes industry categories: heavy construction, plumbing,
heating, air conditioning;  painting, paperhanging, decorat-
ing; mobile home construction, prefabricated wood buildings
and components; masonry, stonework, tile work, plastering;
carpentry, floorwork, concrete work,  roofing; sheet metal
work,  glass and glazing work, wrecking and demolition. In-
cludes general categories  for wastes that might be gener-
ated  during  construction.  Provides  waste  minimization
techniques.

 Order Number:. EPA/53Q^W9&Q27J       •   ;
  Drycleaning and Laundry

Lists establishments included as drycleaning and laundry
plants. Lists hazardous wastes produced from these estab-
lishments and gives ways to reduce waste.  Includes table of
typical quantities of hazardous waste produced.

 Order Number: &WB9&$W&H&7&-      •': /'"-; |
  Educational and Vocational Shops

Provides information for educational and vocational institu-
tions using ignitable solvents, strong acid alkaline solutions,
heavy metals, or toxic organic chemicals that may produce
hazardous waste. Tables give typical operations with materi-
als  used and hazardous wastes that might be generated,
plus detailed waste descriptions.

 Order Number: &W53&SW&H&'7l     ..'.';  ::.
  Equipment Repair

Includes the following industry categories:  radio and TV re-
pair shops, refrigeration and air conditioning service and re-
pair, miscellaneous  equipment shops,  pipelines (except
natural gas), communications;  power generation transmis-
sion, automatic  merchandising machines, and amusement
parks.  Provides  waste minimization techniques  and  lists
types of wastes generated.

 Order Number
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  Formulators
Provides information for operators in the chemical formulat-
ing industry category who use solvents, pesticides, strong
acids or bases, ignitable chemicals, reactive chemicals, and
solutions or  sludges containing  metals or toxic organic
chemicals,  and might be subject to  RCRA requirements.
This eight-page document describes hazardous wastes and
provides information on waste minimization. Detailed tables
list waste type, as well as designations or trade names.

 Order Number;
  Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and
  Refinishing

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

 Order Number: EPA/S3OSW-9OG27C
  Laboratories

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

 OrderWmber;
  Leather Products Manufacturing

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

 Order Number;
  Metal Manufacturing

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

 Order Number:. ERA/S3&SW-9QG27N\
  Motor Freight Terminals/Railroad
  Transport

Describes hazardous wastes generated by motor freight ter-
minals or railroad transportation.  Outlines effective waste
minimization programs that can be implemented. Descrip-
tions of typical industry wastes are included.

 Order Nufnbef:                                     '
  Paper Industry

Describes hazardous wastes generated from pulp and paper
mills and converting  operations.   Outlines effective waste
minimization programs that can be implemented. Descrip-
tions of typical industry wastes are listed.

 Order Nurrjbee EPA/S3Q-$W-&&Q270
  Pesticide End-Users/Application Services

Provides information for disposers of pesticides or pesticide
containers, elan pesticide application equipment, or contami-
nated soils who may be subject to RCRA hazardous waste
requirements. Describes industry category, wastes gener-
ated, and options for waste minimization. Tables include ma-
terials used and hazardous wastes that might be generated,
plus detailed descriptions by type of waste.

 Order Number: EPA/53Q-$W~9O027t               \
  Printing and Allied Industries

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

 Order Number ฃPA/53Q-SW-90*G2?G              ;
  Textile Manufacturing

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

 Order Number. EPA/53Q$W~SKW27ฃ              :
                       For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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  Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest
  Instructions

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

\ Order Number:  EPA/53OSW-90-G27S =   .
  Vehicle Maintenance

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

\OrderNumber:  EPA/53&SW-90Q27A :
  Wood Preserving

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

 Order Number; EPA/530SW&0-027F
Emissions Testing of a Precalciner Cement
Kiln at Louisville, Nebraska

Presents data gathered from a precalciner cement kiln to de-
velop regulations for controlling emissions from cement kilns
with products of incomplete combustion (PICs). Total hydro-
carbons (HCs) and carbon monoxide levels are the emission
parameters planned for use in regulation. Supports the is-
sue of using parameters as surrogates for PICs.
(EPA/530-SW-91-016)               12/15/90
 Order Number: PB91-13Q 195
Order Forfn: NTfS
                     Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement Kiln at
                     Hannibal, Missouri; Draft Final Report

                     Presents data gathered from a wet cement kiln to develop
                     regulations for controlling emissions from cement kilns with
                     products of incomplete combustion (PICs). Total hydrocar-
                     bons (HCs) and carbon monoxide levels are emission pa-
                     rameters planned  for use  in regulation.   More  data are
                     needed from a full-scale testing of wet cement kilns.
                     (EPA/530-SW-91-017)               12/15/90
                                                       Order Numbers P8SH-1302Q3..
                                                      Order Forrii:
                     Engineering Handbook for Hazardous
                     Waste Incineration

                     Documents hazardous waste incineration operations for fed-
                     eral, regional, and state EPA officials, as well as designers,
                     owners, and operators of hazardous waste incineration facili-
                     ties, and the general technical community. Compiles topical
                     literature and describes current state-of-the-art technology
                     for hazardous waste incineration.
                     (EPA/SW-889)                     09/01/81

                     Order Number PB8P248 18$    .   Order F6im:
                     Environmental Fact Sheet: About the
                     Municipal Solid Waste Stream...

                     Provides general facts about municipal solid waste stream,
                     including pie charts that  break down the waste stream by
                     product and material.
                                                       08/15/90

                     Order Number^                               '      '


                     Environmental Fact Sheet: Administrative
                     Stay of Wood Preserving Rule

                     Discusses the administrative stay issued by EPA that extends
                     the time wood preservers are allowed to construct or repair
                     drip pads at facilities.
                                                       05/15/91
                                  'Order f;
                     Order Number;
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Agency
Determines Final Regulatory Status of
Special Wastes from Mineral Processing

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

 Order Number: EPA/53&SW&1~&S3 .  OrderForm; O$W
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Agency
Releases Report to Congress on Special
Wastes from Mineral Processing

Presents EPA Report to  Congress regarding 20 mineral
processing wastes generated by 91 facilities in 29 states. Re-
port characterizes and presents finding for each waste and
solicits comments on findings. Agency proposes to ban ele-
mental phosphorus slag in construction and/or land recla-
mation because of radioactivity levels.
                                07/15/90
\Ordermmber:.
                                Order JFdrm: . OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to
Requirements for Hazardous Waste
Incinerator Permits

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

 Order Number: ฃPA?53OSW8&ฃQ4; Qrd&Farm: OSW:
Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to
the Regulations for Burning Hazardous
Waste in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces

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

 Order Number: ฃFA/53Q$W-91-063... Order Farm: QSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: America's War
on Waste

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

 Oxter Number: EPA/S3frSW~9&€iQg  Qrder.FQrm:
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet: Application of
                                                   Land Disposal Restrictions to CERCLA
                                                   Remedial Actions

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

                                                    Order Kumb&r;ฃPA/53QฃW-9?}6Q3  Order'form: OSW
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet:  Capacity
                                                   Assurance Planning and the 1991  Biennial
                                                   Report

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

                                                    Order Number. •&WS3&&M&48& Order Form: OSW
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet: Changes to
                                                   Interim Status Facilities; Modifications to
                                                   Hazardous Waste Permits; Procedures for
                                                   Postclosure Permitting

                                                   Announces final rule modification for three portions of RCRA
                                                   regulations that unnecessarily restrict interim status and per-
                                                   mitted facilities  from  making  changes  in operations. In-
                                                   creases the flexibility  of interim status  facilities to make
                                                   changes without obtaining RCRA permit. The rule also expe-
                                                   dites closure and correction activities.
                                                                                   03/15/89

                                                    Oreter Number EPA/$30~SW$&Q28  Order Form: OSW
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet: Clarification on
                                                   the Timing for Retrofitting Surface
                                                   Impoundments under the Land Disposal
                                                   Restrictions Rule

                                                   Announces the proposed resolution of conflicting provisions
                                                   of Sections 3004(h)(4) and 30050(6). The resolution allows
                                                   interim status surface impoundments that are brought into
                                                   the Subtitle C regulatory system to have four years to retrofit
                                                   to meet the minimum technology requirements of Section
                                                   3004(o).
                                                                                   01/15/92

                                                    Order Number: ฃPjyS3O-F-92-001    Order Form: OSW
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet: Coke Ovens
Temporarily Exempted from BIF Rule
Provisions

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

                               '            Q$W
Environmental Fact Sheet: Coke Wastes
Proposed as Hazardous

Announces EPA's  proposal to list seven  wastes from the
coke by-products industry as hazardous.  Requests public
comment on the proposed rule.
                                07/15/91
Order Nurrt&r:
                                Order form: 0$W
Environmental Fact Sheet: Delay of
Closure Period for Hazardous Waste
Facilities

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

 prfJer Number:. ฃPtyS30ฃW-8&G07  Order Form: OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting
Regulation Amendment

Proposes that  the existing language  in 40 CFR Section
260.22(b) be deleted and substituted with language to  clar-
ify additional factors regarding the mixture of solid and  haz-
ardous wastes considered in a delisting evaluation.
                                06/15/89

 Order Number: EPA/S3&SW-8&Q52  Order Form:, OSW..
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet: Effective Date
                                                   for Hazardous Debris Treatment
                                                   Standards Extended One Year

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

                                                   .Orderttufriber: EPjy53Q-F-92-QQ9 •]  Orde^Forin:.
Environmental Fact Sheet: Entry into
Force of the Basel Convention

Describes the  1992  Basel Convention on the Control  of
Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their
Disposal, the first major international agreement addressing
imports  and  exports  of  hazardous  wastes,  household
wastes, and household waste combustion ash. Currently, 20
countries have ratified the Basel Convention.
                                 04/15/92

 Orcfe/ timber, SPA/53&&Q2407 . = •  Order.Form: OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA
Monitoring Well Amends Requirements for
Interim-Status Hazardous Waste Facilities

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

 Order Number; EPJV$3t>SW*Q1-fJ87   Order form; Q$W
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Amends
                                                   Primary Petroleum Sludge Listing

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

                                                    Order Number: EPA/53&SW-&1~048  Order Form:
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
for Purchasing Building Insulation
Containing Recovered Materials

Recommends that procuring agencies use minimum content
standards for the amount of recovered materials in insulation
products. EPA standards table is included.
                                06/15/91

 Order Number:  &W830&M91J44.
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
for Purchasing Cement and Concrete
Containing Fly Ash

Recommends that coal fly ash is not to exceed a maximum
ratio of water to cementitious material [w/c+f)], where w, c,
and f represent weights of water, portland cement, and fly
ash, respectively.
                                01/15/92
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
                                                   for Purchasing Retread Tires

                                                   Refers to EPA's issued guideline for purchasing retread tires
                                                   from Nov. 17 1988. Covers recommended retread preference,
                                                   obtaining retreading services, purchasing retread tires, fed-
                                                   eral regulation of retread tires, and principal federal procur-
                                                   ing agencies.
                                                                                   06/15/91
                                                    Order Number,
                                                                                   Order Form: 'QSW
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues
                                                   Interim Final Regulations on the "Mixture"
                                                   and "Derived-from" Rules

                                                   Announces reinstatement of "mixture" and "derived-from"
                                                   rules governing the management of hazardous waste on an
                                                   interim basis. Also opens public comment on this issue.
                                                                                   02/15/92
 Order Number. ฃPA/530ฃW-9Wm  Ot^jPorm: OSW .     Order Number:
                                                                                   Order F&m:
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
for Purchasing Paper and Paper Products

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

 OrderHumber: EPA/$30$W-$l44$  Qr(&: Forms. O$W
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline
for Purchasing Re-Refined Lubricating Oil

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

 Order Number EPA/$30$W3U)4&  Order Form; OSW.
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes
                                                   Modifications to the Definition of
                                                   Wastewater Treatment Unit

                                                   Proposes the exclusion of devices with thermal treatment
                                                   processes as wastewater treatment units, except for sludge
                                                   dryers.  Maintains EPA's long-standing policy that thermal
                                                   treatment units must be individually permitted under RCRA.
                                                   Public comment is requested.
                                                                                   07/15/90

                                                   .Order. Number EPA/S3OSW*9Qฃ3Q  Order Form: OSW
                                                   Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes
                                                   Revised Hazardous Waste Identification
                                                   Rule

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

                                                    Order Number; EPA/53Q-ฃ92~008    Order Form: OBW
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases
Final Rule on Liners and Leak Detection
Systems

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

 Order Number: EPA/53&SW-91-088  Order Form: QSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA to Develop
Guidance on the Use of the Terms
"Recycled" and  "Recyclable" in Product
Labeling and Advertising

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

 Order Number; EPAJ$3Q$W-91-072  Order Form; OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA's Final
Conditional No-Migration Determination
for DOE's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
(WIPP)

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

 Prefer Number: EPAf53QฃW-9W2&  Ord&rForm: OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Cover
Requirements for Municipal Solid Waste
Landfills

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

 Order Number: EPA/j5$&SW-91-$S4  Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule for
Third Third Scheduled Wastes Completes
Statutory Requirements for Land Disposal
Restrictions

Explains fifth  in series of five  Land Disposal  Restrictions
(LDR) rulemakings.  Establishes treatment standards and ef-
fective dates for Third Third wastes, including characteristic
wastes  and soft  hammer wastes  from First and  Second
Third lists. Treatment standards apply to hazardous wastes
that are land  disposed, including those injected into deep
wells.
                                05/08/90

 Order Number. EPA/53&SW-9&D46	Order Form:'''OSW.


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

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

 Order'Number: ฃPA/S30*SW~89*Q62  Order Form: OSW.


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

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

 Order Number: EPft/S30&W~9Q*Q13  Order Form: OSW
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous
Waste Boilers and Industrial Furnaces Now
under Strict RCRA Regulations

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

 Order Number; epA/S3fr$W-$1-Q14.  Order Form:
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous
Waste Management System; Final
Codification Rule Correction

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

 Order Number: EPA/53DฃW~9(X}2B Order form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Interim Final
Rule Suspending Application of the
Toxicity Characteristic for Used
Chlorofluorocarbon Refrigerants Being
Reclaimed

Discusses interim final rule suspending the application of tox-
icity characteristics for reclaiming used chlorofluorocarbon
refrigerants.  Recycling used refrigerants is gaining accep-
tance. Venting certain chemicals, including refrigerants, will
be prohibited effective July 1, 1992.
                                 02/15/91

: Order Number; ฃPA/$30$W-$t-Q28  Order Form; OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Land Disposal
Restrictions - Second Third (Final)

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

 Order Number; EPA/$3Q$W-39D4$  Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Listing of
Wastes from Primary Treatment of Oily
Wastewaters

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

.OrderNumber :ฃPA/S3&SW~9Q~043  Orctef Fonti:  OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Milestone!
Fifth Rulemaking Finalizes Land Disposal
Restrictions

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

 Order Number: EPtyS3&3W-9(X)48  Order Form:  OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Modifications
Proposed for Wood Preserving Wastes

Issues notice of proposed EPA rulemaking that would modify
several aspects of a rule that  regulated wastes from the
wood  preserving industry under RCRA. EPA requests com-
ments on proposed modifications.
                                 11/15/91
Order Number
                                 Order Form: ^
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Municipal
Landfill Regulations Mean Safer Disposal
of Solid Waste

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

 Order Number: EPA/S3&SW~9i-Q66  Order Form:. OSW
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet: New
Treatment Standards Finalized for K061
High Zinc Subcategory Wastes

Finalizes concentration-based treatment standards for K061
nonwastewaters in the high zinc subcategory. Finalizes ge-
neric exclusion from hazardous waste regulations for slag re-
sulting from high  temperature metal  recovery processes.
Conditional exclusion from solid waste classification is being
granted for certain partially reclaimed material.
                                08/15/91

 prefer Number: BPjyS3&SW~Q1-&5$  Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Nineteen
Eighty-Five National Biennial Report on
Hazardous Waste Generators and
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities

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

 Order Number: EPAJ53QSW-89-033G Order Form: OSW
                                                    Environmental Fact Sheet: Notification of
                                                    Groundwater Monitoring Policy for
                                                    Delisting Petitions

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

                                                                ; ;ฃPty$3Q$W-8$4$4  Order Form; OSW
                                                    Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics: The
                                                    Facts About Production, Use, and Disposal

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

                                                     Order NLtmber: EP/s/S3&SW-9G~017A Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: No Hazardous
Waste Listing for Used Oil That Is Being
Disposed

Announces the determination that it is unnecessary to list
used oil being disposed of as hazardous waste. This rule fi-
nalizes the September 1991 Supplemental Proposal to re-
evaluate the 1986 decision not to list used oil as hazardous
waste.
                                05/15/92

                                Order Form: OSW


Environmental Fact Sheet: No Land
Disposal Standards Amendment

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

 Order Number: 'B>AJfS3Q4SW8fM44  Order Form: OSW:
                                                    Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics: The
                                                    Facts on Source Reduction

                                                    Presents EPA's Report to Congress on methods to manage
                                                    and control plastic wastes. Outlines EPA's belief that source
                                                    reduction is the best method for reducing environmental im-
                                                    pacts from wastes, by decreasing the amount or toxicity of
                                                    materials that are thrown away.
                                                                                    02/15/90

                                                     Order Number: EP/s/SSOSW-dfrOlfG Order Form: OSW
                                                    Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposal Will
                                                    List Wastes Generated during the
                                                    Manufacture of Chlorinated Toluenes as
                                                    Hazardous

                                                    Proposes rulemaking to list three waste streams generated
                                                    from  production of chlorinated toluenes (K149, K150, K151)
                                                    as hazardous  wastes. The proposal  sets the reportable
                                                    quantity at 10 pounds.
                                                                                     09/15/91

                                                                  ฃP4#30-SVVW-a33   Order form:
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed
Revisions to the Subtitle C Financial
Responsibility Requirements

Proposes revisions to financial responsibility requirements for
closure and postclosure care, and for third-party liability cov-
erage under Subtitle  C of RCRA. Provides mechanisms that
owners and operators of hazardous waste management fa-
cilities must use  to  demonstrate that sufficient funds are
available to pay for  hazardous  waste management opera-
tions.
                                06/15/91

            ; ePtym&$W-dW07 -Order Form; OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed
Rulemaking on Corrective Action for Solid
Waste Management Units at Hazardous
Waste Management Facilities

Establishes a comprehensive set of procedural and technical
standards for investigation and cleanup of facilities that re-
ceive permits for managing hazardous wastes under RCRA.
Provides framework for making  cleanup decisions that are
consistent with regulations. Provides impetus for increased
state role in environmental cleanup.
                                07/15/90

                                Order-Form: O&W.


Environmental Fact Sheet:  Report
Analyzes Municipal Waste Combustion
Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates

Characterizes MWC ash, laboratory extracts of MWC ash,
and leachates from ash disposal facilities. Combined bottom
and fly ash samples from five state-of-the-art mass burn mu-
nicipal waste combustion facilities were collected. Results in-
dicated low concentrations of PCDDs/PDDFs and Appendix
IX  semivolatile compounds.  Levels for lead  and cadmium
were frequently exceeded. One  extract exceeded  mercury
level, but no  extract from other extraction procedures ex-
ceeded regulatory levels.
                                03/15/90

 Order Number: EPA/5SOSW-9M29C Order Form: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Small
Communities and the Municipal Landfill
Regulations

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

 Order Numbr? ฃP53€&W4l$&7 '  OrderF&rfri: \
Environmental Fact Sheet:  SWICH: EPA's
National Solid Waste Information
Clearinghouse

Describes basic functions of Solid Waste Information Clear-
inghouse (SWICH), whose mission is to serve as a central
source for municipal solid waste information. Includes infor-
mation on SWICH library system and access to Electronic
Bulletin Board.
                                 01/15/91

 Order Num&&: ePW$$Q-$W-dW2$  Order F()rm; .OSW

Environmental Fact Sheet:  The Facts
About Plastics in the Marine Environment

Presents EPA's Report to Congress on methods to manage
and control plastic wastes. Identifies plastics found  in the
marine environment and their sources. Includes problems
caused by plastic wastes. Major  impacts are entanglement
and ingestion by marine animals and  aesthetic and eco-
nomic losses  caused  by lost fishing gear and by litter on
beaches.
                                 02/15/90

 Order Number: ฃPA/53O^W-90^Q17B  Order fbim \OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet:  The Facts on
Degradable Plastics

Explains EPA's Report to Congress on methods to manage
and control  plastic wastes. Degradable plastics are  engi-
neered  by photodegradation and biodegradation. Discusses
how degradable plastics fit into solid waste solutions of re-
ducing waste, landfilling, recycling, and incineration.
                                02/15/90

 Order Number: :EP^/sm4W-90-017D Ortfer fbmr \0$W
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on
Recycling Plastics

Explains EPA's Report to  Congress on methods to manage
and control plastic wastes. Plastics used in consumer prod-
ucts are technically  recyclable, but collection, separation,
and cleaning of products have proven to be difficult and
sometimes expensive. Less than one percent of plastics cur-
rently are being recycled.
                                 02/15/90
Order Number:
                                 Order Form; O&W
Environmental Fact Sheet: Tighter
Controls Proposed for Hazardous Waste
Incinerators

Proposes to amend regulations governing incinerators that
burn hazardous waste.  Proposal  designed to reduce and
control toxic pollutants such as metals and organic emis-
sions and to ensure uniform regulations of all devices burn-
ing  hazardous waste.  Rule broadens definition of industrial
furnace to include nonflame combustion devices.  Clarifies
or revises regulatory  status of carbon regeneration units,
sludge dryers, and plasma arc and infrared incinerators.
                                 03/15/90

 prefer Number; ฃPW$$0$W-$0-Q1$  Qrd#'F&m 0$W
Environmental Fact Sheet: Toxicity
Characteristic Rule Finalized

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

 Order Number: EP4/$$&SW8&-Q45  Order Farm: OSW
Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment
Standards Proposed for 20 Newly Listed
Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
Debris

Proposes land disposal restriction (LDR) rules for 20 newly
listed hazardous wastes.  Wastes include recent petroleum
refining wastes (F037 and F038), wastes from unsymmetrical
dimethylhydrazine (K107-K110), wastes from dinitrotoluene
and toluenediamine (K111 and K112), wastes from ethylene di-
bromide (K117 K118, and  K136), wastes from ethylenebis-
dithiocarbamic  acid  (K123-K126),  wastes from  methyl
bromide (K131 and K132), and additional organic U wastes
(U328, U353, and U359). Public comment requested.
                                 11/15/91

 Order Number: ^
                                                    Environmental Fact Sheet:  Waste Export
                                                    and Import Act of 1991

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

                                                     .Order Numbed :EPA/53Q$W-91-OSQ  Order Form:. '
                                                     Environmental Fact Sheet:  Wood
                                                     Preserving Wastes Listed as Hazardous

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

                                                     Order Number:  EPA/53fJ3W&1-Qp&  Order fbrm:O$W
                                                      Environmental Fact Sheet:  Yard Waste
                                                      Composting

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

                                                                                       Order Fvnrff
                      For ordering instructions, go to Sect/on 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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EP Toxicity Characteristic (40 CFR
261.24); Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001

Describes process by which EPA identified and defined Ex-
traction Procedure Toxicity Characteristic. Presents rationale,
assumptions, models, and scientific studies employed in de-
fining extraction procedure toxicity. Discusses comments re-
ceived on proposed characteristics and changes made in
response to comments.
                                  05/01/80

                             :-:.;,. I  OrtferForrrK
EPA Activities under RCRA of 1976 -
Annual Report to the President and
Congress, Fiscal Year 1977

Describes activities of EPA during FY 1977 in carrying out
mandates and authorizations of RCRA. Covers activities re-
lated to state and local program development, land disposal
provisions, hazardous waste  regulation, resource recovery
and waste reduction,  and public participation and informa-
tion. Summaries from  EPA Regional offices compiled to indi-
cate  activities  throughout   country.  Lists  reports  and
publications issued during year.
(EPA/SW-663)                      02/01/78

                           '    I- Order Form: NTtSl
EPA Activities under RCRA - Annual
Report to the President and Congress,
Fiscal Year 1978

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

                            .  .   : Order Form:
                                                      EPA Guide for Infectious Waste
                                                      Management

                                                      Provides  guidance  on management of infectious waste.
                                                      Documents EPA perspective on acceptable infectious waste
                                                      management practices. Topics include a definition of infec-
                                                      tious  waste and recommended practices  for  packaging,
                                                      treatment, storage, transportation, and  disposal of wastes.
                                                      Contains  updated  summary  of  state  requirements  and
                                                      regulations.
                                                      (EPA/530SW-86-014)               05/15/86
                                                       Order Number. P&86-19913Q
                                  Order Form:
Equivalency of State Financial
Responsibility Mechanisms

Describes criteria of equivalence to federal requirements for
states seeking authorization to administer hazardous waste
programs. States not seeking such authorization may enact
financial responsibility requirements applicable to  owners
and operators of hazardous waste  management facilities.
Covers criteria for equivalence determinations, trust funds,
surety bonds, letters  of credit, and closure or postclosure
insurance.
                                  09/01/82
 Order Number; PB87-15747S
                                                                                        OrderForm: NTIS
Evaluating Cover Systems for Solid and
Hazardous Waste

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

 Order Number:  PB37-154894       Order Form: NTIS


Evaluation Guidelines for Toxic Air
Emissions from Land Disposal Facilities

Provides technical guidance to evaluate the potential emis-
sions of volatile  hazardous chemicals into the  atmosphere
from land disposal facilities such as surface impoundments,
seepage facilities, landfills, and land treatment facilities. This
method predicts impact on ambient air quality by estimating
the emission rates of toxic components from disposal facili-
ties.
                                  08/01/81

 Order Number:  PB87-t$7 418/AS    Order Form: NTtS
                       For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Fate and Transport of Hazardous
Constituents; Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001

Presents two sections. The first section is a compilation of
physical and chemical properties of 195 hazardous constitu-
ents. The second section estimates the migratory potential
or persistence of constituents of concern, based on model in
which waste is disposed of in an unconfined landfill and/or
lagoons.
                                05/01/80
 Order Number;
Order Form: NTฎ
Final Draft Guidance for Subpart G of the
Interim Status Standards for Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities

Assists regional offices in implementing closure and postclo-
sure plans. Identifies major issues that affect closure require-
ments,  with  clarification  of  definitions. Focuses on six
specific types of closing: tanks, surface impoundments, land
treatment facilities, landfills, incinerators, and multiple proc-
ess facilities.
                                11/15/81

 Order Number: P887*1$339?  	Order Form; N"fl$
Final Interim Status Standards for Surface
Impoundments (40 CFR 265.220);
Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

Describes purpose, legislative authority for regulations, and
key definitions used in the development of standards.  Dis-
cusses the need for regulation from public health and envi-
ronmental standpoints.  Provides a synopsis of proposed
regulations. Includes analysis of issues, including proposed
regulations and rationale, comments received, Agency's re-
sponse  and final regulatory language. References and ap-
pendices included.
                                04/15/80
Financial Assurance for Closure and
Postclosure Care; Requirements for
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities; A Guidance Manual

Communicates information to ensure that adequate financial
responsibility is provided for proper closure and postclosure
care of hazardous waste facilities. Introduction  provides a
general background for understanding financial require-
ments and manual organization. An overview  of require-
ments is included in Chapter II. Subsequent chapters deal
with trust funds, surety bonds, letters of credit, insurance, fi-
nancial test and corporate guarantee, state-required mecha-
nisms, and assumption of responsibility.
(EPA/SW-955)                     05/15/82
                    Order Number PB82-237595
                                Order Form: NT1S
                    Financial Requirements (40 CFR 264 and
                    265, Subpart H); Standards Applicable to
                    Owners and Operators of Hazardous
                    Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
                    Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
                    3004

                    Presents standards developed by EPA for financial require-
                    ments for owners and operators of hazardous waste facilities
                    as part of Interim Status Standards - Subpart H,  Financial
                    Requirements. Only covers portions of Subpart H that were
                    promulgated on May 19, 1980, and technical amendments to
                    regulations.
                                                    01/15/81
                    Order Number: PB81-189326
                                Order Form: NTIS
                    Financial Requirements; Interim Status
                    Standards (40 CFR 265, Subpart H); Final
                    Draft Guidance

                    Assists regional offices in implementing sections of interim
                    status regulations relevant to closure and postclosure cost
                    estimates. Section should be read in conjunction with guid-
                    ance for closure and postclosure plans. Document empha-
                    sizes interim status.
                    (EPA/SW-913)                     01/15/84
 Order Number: PBB1-185001
Order Form: NTfS
 Order Number: PB88-197 595
Order Form: NTtS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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First Report to Congress: Resource
Recovery and Source Reduction

Pertains to investigation and study of problems of resource
recovery. Organized into four major sections and two appen-
dices.
(EPA/SW-352)                    01/15/74
                            ....- prderForm: NTt$\
40 CFR Parts 190-259
Codifies the general and permanent rules published in the
Federal Register by the Environmental Protection Agency
pertaining to the Resource  Conservation and Recovery Act
(RCRA).
                               07/01/91

             &$&Qi&OQl4$-0.   \ Order Form: QPO
40 CFR Parts 260-299

Codifies the general and permanent rules published in the
Federal Register by the Environmental Protection  Agency
pertaining to the Resource Conservation and Recovery  Act
(RCRA).
                               07/01/91

 Ord&fNumber: 8$d-Ol&QQป?&    Orcterfom: GPO
Fourth Report to Congress: Resource
Recovery and Waste Reduction

Reviews current status of resource recovery and waste re-
duction programs. Presents new findings on resource recov-
ery and waste reduction from EPA studies, investigations,
and technology demonstration projects.   Includes bibliog-
raphy of relevant EPA publications.
(EPA/SW-600)                    08/01/77
 Order Number: P&8&i97 $79       Order Form: NTiS
General and Interim Status Standards for
Tanks (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart J);
Interim Status Standards for Chemical,
Physical, and Biological Treatment (40
CFR 265, Subpart Q); Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3004
Provides Agency support and rationale for regulating hazard-
ous waste in tanks and in chemical, physical and biological
treatment facilities. Contains definitions, damage incidents,
and description of precedents set for regulation. Describes
proposed  regulation  and  summarizes  comments and
Agency's response to comments and rationale for final regu-
lation. Proposes two new requirements concerning compre-
hensive inspection of tanks and control of air emissions.
                                12/15/80
                                                   Order Number, PB81~19Q,OSO
                               Order Form: NTtS
General Facility Standards for Location of
Facilities (40 CFR 264, Subpart B, Section
264.18); Standards Applicable to Owners
and Operators of Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
Provides background and support for EPA's general location
standards, from which  permits are granted. Explains back-
ground and basis for regulations.
                                12/15/80
 Order Number. PB81-18975S
Order Form: NTtS
General Issues Concerning Interim Status
Standards (40 CFR 265); Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3004
Addresses general issues regarding interim standards at haz-
ardous waste management facilities. Standards allow prompt
implementation of the initial  phase of the RCRA hazardous
waste control.
                               04/15/80
                                                   Order Number PB81-iS1414
                               OrderForm: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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General Waste Analysis (40 CFR 264.13);
Interim Status Standards for General
Waste Analysis (40 CFR 265.13); Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3004

Provides Agency support for imposing  general waste analy-
sis standards at hazardous waste management facilities. Ad-
dresses Congressional authority for regulation.  Provides
examples of damage incidents, and describes precedents for
regulation set by state and/or other federal statutes. Summa-
rizes and responds to comments received on proposed regu-
lations, giving Agency's rationale for final regulations.
                                04/29/80
 Order Number: PB81-181 406
Order Form: A/T/S
Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for
Land Disposal Restrictions Program
(BOAT)

Details EPA's BOAT program for collecting treatment data
and setting forth specific quality assurance and quality con-
trol parameters.
(EPA/530-SW-87-011)              03/15/87
 Order Number: P888-170/66
Order Form: NTtS
Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR 265,
Subpart F); Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004

Provides Agency support for setting ground-water monitor-
ing standards at hazardous waste management facilities. Fa-
cilities must monitor movement  of ground water to detect
contaminants as early as possible.  Specifies monitoring re-
quirements.
                                05/20/80
\QrcterNurriber: PB81-189T97
Order Form: A/77S
                    Groundwater Monitoring Guidance for
                    Owners and Operators of Interim Status
                    Facilities

                    Assists owners and operators of hazardous waste manage-
                    ment  facilities required to meet ground-water monitoring
                    standards. Discusses purpose of ground-water monitoring re-
                    quirements and presents rationale behind policy. Commen-
                    tary on regulations includes  methods for updating and
                    revising ongoing programs.
                    (EPA/SW-963)                     03/15/83
                    Order Number* PB83-2Q944S
                                Order Form: NTtS
Guidance Document for Subpart F: Air
Emission Monitoring; Land Disposal Toxic
Air Emissions Evaluation Guideline

Presents procedures for assessing the impact of hazardous
air emissions from disposal facilities on downwind popula-
tion. Disposal areas include surface impoundments, seepage
facilities, landfills, and land  treatment facilities. Calculations
presented for quick reference.
                                12/15/80

 Order Number: PB8r-1$$ 578/AS \   Order Form; NT1S
Guidance Document: Seismic
Considerations in Hazardous Waste
Management Facilities

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

 Order Number;  PB87-155 55S/AS    Order Form; NW
Guidance for Facility Management
Planning; Draft

Provides guidance developing multiyear strategies, the third
step of the facility management planning process. Designed
to encourage coordination among state and EPA enforce-
ment officials and permitting entities.
                                07/01/85
                                                    Order Number. PB87-188 090
                                                    Order Form: NTB
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Guidance for Implementing the RCRA
Dioxin Listing Rule

Supplies states and  EPA regions with guidance on imple-
menting RCRA listing of CDFs. Gives consensus positions of
various enforcement offices for  major response issues of
RCRA and CERCLA programs. Issues and proposed resolu-
tions are summarized.
                                 08/01/85
 Order Number: PB87~m2Q4Q
Order Form: NTIS
Guidance for Permit Writers: Facilities
Storing Hazardous Waste in Containers

Provides permit writers systematic approach to evaluate per-
mit applications from facilities that store hazardous waste in
containers. Includes details about design, equipment, and
specific procedures for evaluating data submitted by permit
applicants. Contains topical bibliographies.
                                 11/02/82
 Order Number: PB88~1QS68Q
Order Form: NJ1S
Guidance for the Analysis of Refinery
Wastes

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

 Order Number; PB$7-l$49iQ/AS  \  Order Form: NW
Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for
Closure and Postclosure Plans (Subparts
G and H); Volume I:  Treatment and
Storage Facilities

Provides framework for developing closure cost estimate for
treatment  and storage technologies. Intended for use by fa-
cility owners and operators who prepare closure and post-
closure cost  estimates  and by state  and  EPA regional
personnel who review cost estimates. Contains worksheets
for estimating closure costs for container storage, treatment
and storage tanks, and incineration.
(EPA/530-SW-87-009A)              11/15/86

 Order Number: PB87~tS8 &94/AS  \  Order Form:  NTIS
Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for
Closure and Postclosure Plans (Subparts
G and H); Volume II: Land Disposal
Facilities

Assists facility owners and operators and state and EPA re-
gional personnel in developing closure and postclosure cost
estimates for land disposal  technologies.  Contains work-
sheets for recording cost estimates for closure and postclo-
sure plans. Contains worksheets for estimating all types of
closure and  postclosure costs and summary worksheets for
totalling facility costs.
(EPA/530SW-87-009B)              11/15/86
.OrderNumber: PB87-159DOQ/AS    Ofdef Form: NTIS


Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for
Closure and Postclosure Plans (Subparts
G and H); Volume III: Unit Costs

Contains information and guidance on unit cost ranges and
typical unit costs. Explains how unit costs are applied in de-
veloping closure and postclosure cost estimates for land dis-
posal technologies.  Provides guidance to user in completing
worksheets in Volumes I and II.
                    (EPA/530-SW-87-009C)

                     Order Number: PB$7-m$1&A$
                                 11/15/86

                                 Order Form; NTIS
                    Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for
                    Closure and Postclosure Plans (Subparts
                    G and H); Volume IV: Documentation

                    Presents information on sources used for each unit cost in
                    developing closure and postclosure cost estimates for land
                    disposal  technologies. Provides examples of all computa-
                    tions performed in  developing unit cost and describes as-
                    sumptions made in developing unit costs.
                    (EPA/530-SW-87-009D)              11/15/86

                     Order Number. PB87-1S9 Q26/AS    Order Form: \NTIS


                    Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
                    Incinerator Permits; Final Report

                    Provides guidance for review and evaluation of permit appli-
                    cation information submitted to document compliance with
                    RCRA standards for incineration. Methods are suggested for
                    designating facility-specific operation conditions necessary
                    to ensure compliance with standards. Incineration regula-
                    tions are addressed. Provides guidance for evaluating incin-
                    erator performance data and procedures used in incinerator
                    trial burn.
                    (EPA/SW-966)                      07/15/83
                                                      Order Number PB8&1QQ 577
                                                     Order Form: NTtS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Guidance Manual for Research,
Development, and Demonstration Permits
(40 CFR Section 270.65)

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

 brcfer Number: PB86-229 WS/AS    Order form: NTIS
Guidance Manual for the Classification of
Solid Waste Disposal Facilities

Assists in the evaluation of solid waste disposal facilities for
those who do not comply with "Criteria for Classification of
Solid Waste Disposal Facilities and Practices." Provides tech-
nical guidance on setting priorities for inventory of open
dumps and determining whether a particular facility violates
criteria
(EPA/SW-199C)                   01/15/81
 Order Number: PB81-2W50S
Of dor Form: NTB
Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste
Land Treatment Closure/Postclosure (40
CFR Part 265)

Provides general guidance to owners and operators of haz-
ardous waste land treatment units and permit writers on im-
plementing part 265 closure regulations.  Includes general
information on hazardous waste land treatment and meth-
ods of closure.   Addresses the objectives of closure and
postclosure, and factors affecting them. Also includes meth-
ods for addressing closure and postclosure based on migra-
tion  potential  and  management  during  closure  and
postclosure.
                                04/14/87
 Order Number: PB87-W3695
Order form: NTfS
Guidance Manual on the RCRA Regulation
of Recycled Hazardous Wastes

Provides guidance to state and EPA regional personnel who
must determine which  materials, when recycled, are solid
and hazardous wastes. Guidance provided in form of exam-
ples illustrating applications of rule to actual recycling prac-
tices.
(EPA/530/SW-86-015)

. Order Number: PB8&208S84/AS
03/15/86

Order form: NTiS
                    Guidance on Implementation of the
                    Minimum Technological Requirements of
                    HSWA of 1984, Respecting Liners and
                    Leachate Collection Systems;
                    Reauthorization Statutory Interpretation
                    #5D

                    Provides further interpretation of minimum technological re-
                    quirements found in Section 3004(o) and 3015 as relating to
                    liners and leachate collection systems.
                    (EPA/5306W-85-012)               05/24/85

                     OrderNumber: PB87-W3 242/AS \ .Orderform: NTIS
Guidance on Issuing Permits to Facilities
Required to Analyze Groundwater for
Appendix VIII Constituents

Presents EPA's latest views on analytical potential of each
Appendix VIII constituent. Explains how permit writers may
exercise discretion under existing regulations to expedite
permit issuance where Appendix VIII analyses are required.
                                02/15/86
                                                     Order Number: PB87-188 082
                                                    Order form: NTiS
                    Guidance on Public Involvement in the
                    RCRA Permitting Program

                    Assists EPA regional offices and state agencies in expanding
                    public involvement in  RCRA permitting. Suggested tech-
                    niques include issuing public notices, holding meetings, re-
                    sponding to comments,  and performing similar activities.
                    Contains samples of materials for public distribution.
                                                    01/15/86

                     Qrdermmber:ฃPA/OSWER950Q.Qfc1A. Order form: OSW
Guidance on the Definition and
Identification of Commercial Mixed
Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous
Waste and Answers to Anticipated
Questions

Presents information developed jointly by Nuclear Regulatory
Commission (NRC)  and  EPA to aid commercial Low-Level
Radioactive Waste (LLW) generators in assessing  whether
they are currently generating mixed LLW.
                                10/04/89

 Order Number: EPA/SSQ-SW-dO-QIG  Order form: OSW
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and forms.
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Guide for Preparing RCRA Permit
Applications for Existing Facilities

Provides technical instructions on preparing permit applica-
tions for owners and operators of storage and treatment fa-
cilities that have  hazardous wastes in tanks, containers, or
piles. Covers administrative procedures  that EPA uses in
RCRA permitting program. Includes completed RCRA per-
mit application for a hypothetical storage facility.
                                 01/15/82
 Order Mumber: PB87-193371
Order Form:
Guide to Energy from Municipal Waste for
Small Communities

Provides local officials with information needed to perform
preliminary assessment of the feasibility of energy recovery
with minimum cost and effort. Intended for communities of
30,000 to 200,000 inhabitants.
(EPA/SW-958)                      10/01/82
 Order Number; PB8&13S 177
Order Form; NTIS
Guide to the Disposal of Chemically
Stabilized and Solidified Waste

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

 Order Number; PBS7-154902/AS    Order Form: NT1$
Handle with Care:  How to Throw Out Used
Insulin Syringes and Lancets at Home; A
Booklet for Young People with Diabetes
and Their Families

Offers easy  directions and illustrations  on  how to protect
family members and waste handlers from injury, while keep-
ing the environment clean and safe.
                                 10/15/90

 Order Nurrfoer; ฃPA/$$&$W-dO-QS$  Oxter Form' QSW
Hazardous Waste from
Discarding of Commercial Chemical
Products and the Containers and Spill
Residues Thereof (40 CFR 261.33);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001

Provides basis for regulations concerning discarded  com-
mercial products. Defines division of commercial chemical
products into two categories: those acutely hazardous and
subject to stringent  exclusion levels and those hazardous
and  regulated in the same manner  as other hazardous
wastes. Regulations  concern commercial spill residues and
debris and containers and inner liners that contain acutely
hazardous chemicals.
(EPA/530-SW-89-005)               04/01/81
                     Order Number P6$$-m 46fj
                                 Order F&fm;
Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting
Study

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

 Order Number: PB87-2Q2 420     	Ordef'FormrNTlS

Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions
and Answers

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

 OrderNumbeK EPfy53QฃW-8&Qi8  OrcterForm: ~OSW

Hazardous Waste Land Treatment

Provides state-of-the-art information on all aspects of hazard-
ous waste land treatment (HWLT). Refers to people involved
in design and design review, beginning with site selection
and waste characterization and progressing through facility
design, operation, and closure. Fate of both inorganic and or-
ganic compounds in a soil environment is included.  Pro-
vides a basis for development of treatment demonstrations.
(EPA/SW-874)                      04/15/83
                                                      OrderNumber: PB8&179Q14
                                                     Order Form: NTtS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure Model;
Description of Methodology and
Appendices A, B, C, D, and E

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

.OrderNumber: fBS&WSmT/ASC- . Qnterftjrfft:  NfH$.
Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis

Analyzes human health risks associated with different regula-
tory scenarios for tanks that treat, store, or accumulate haz-
ardous waste.
(EPA/530-SW-86-011}               06/15/86

lOrder Number: ''P8E&-21J*ฃ&%&''   Qrdef&m: NTfS ;
Health and Environmental Effects Profiles
(40 CFR 261); Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001

Profiles compiled to support listing of approximately 170 haz-
ardous constituents identified in Appendix VIII.
                                 10/15/81

 Order Number; PB&M9001&    ,"
Heuristic Routing for Solid Waste
Collection Vehicles

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

 Border Number: ฃPA/SW~366"";  ' '  6rd&rform::O3W
Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data
Gathering Phase; Final Report

Studies hospital waste combustors and applicable regula-
tions.  Addresses feed characteristics, combustor designs
and operating characteristics, applied and potential control
technology, and emissions of air pollutants.  Gives number
and location of combustors.
(EPA/450/3-88-017)                12/15/88

 Order Number; P&8&<1483$8  .  \   Order form; •,
Household Hazardous Waste: Bibliography
of Useful References and List of State
Experts

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

 Order Number: 1 8&y53Q3W&Xn*.: -Order f%rmt 0$W •


How to Access the RCRA Information
Center

Describes the RCRA Information Center (RIG).  The RIG
houses RCRA regulatory support and distributes publica-
tions produced by EPA's Office of Solid Waste to assist the
public with hazardous and solid waste issues.
                                 06/15/92
 Order Number;
                                                                                      OrderForm;
How to Set Up a Local Program to Recycle
Used Oil

Presents commitment on grass-roots level. Explains the or-
ganization, design, implementation, and promotion of a used
oil program, as well as administrative issues. Appendices in-
clude sample brochures and letters.
                                 05/15/89

 Order Nufnb&r: :\ฃPA/S3OSW~8SW39A Order •fwm:f
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill
Performance (HELP) Model; Volume 1:
User's Guide for Version 1; Second  Edition

Describes HELP basic computer model.  Discusses  input
and output options, with instructions for running the pro-
gram on the National Computer Center IBM Computer Sys-
tem.  The HELP program was developed to facilitate rapid,
economical estimation of the amounts of surface runoff, sub-
surface drainage, and leachate that may be expected to re-
sult from the operation of a wide variety of possible landfill
designs.
(EPA/530-SW-84-009)               06/15/84
Order A/amber: PB8&1QG84Q;
-\ Order Form: NTJSl
Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill
Performance (HELP) Model; Volume 2:
Documentation for Version 1

Includes the theories and assumptions on which the HELP
model is based. Solution techniques are used, and the inter-
nal logic of a computer program is presented in detail.
(EPA/530-SW-84-010)               06/15/84
 OrderNumber: PB8&1QQ832
 ] Order Form: NT)S \
Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste
Disposal Sites

Describes computer-based model for simulating percolation
of precipitation through cover material at solid waste dis-
posal sites. HSSWDS model (hydrologic simulations at solid
waste disposal sites) can be employed in the evaluation of
present cover materials at a landfill or in the design  of new or
improved landfill covers.
                                 09/15/82
 OrderNumber: EPA/SW-368
  Order Forfn: OSW'•
Ignitability Characteristic (40 CFR 261.21);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001

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

                     Presents first of a three-volume report on the scope of the
                     environmental, public health, and safety problems presented
                     by inactive and abandoned noncoal mines. Conducts a pre-
                     liminary identification of policy options for addressing  such
                     problems.
                     (EPA/530-R-92-005a)               08/15/91
                      Order Number PB92~19Q:}1$
                                 Order Form: NT1S
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines-
State Reports

Reports on the scope of the environmental, public health,
and safety problems presented  by inactive and abandoned
noncoal mines. Conducts a preliminary identification of pol-
icy options for addressing such problems. This volume con-
tains state reports submitted to the  Western Governors'
Association.  Second of three-volumes.
(EPA/530-R-92-005b)               08/15/91
                                   PB&2-19Q 12&
                                 OrderForm: A/77S
                      Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines-
                      Appendix: State Reports

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

                                                  !  .  OrderForm NTIS
                      Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines—
                      (Complete Set)

                      Reports on the scope of the environmental, public health,
                      and safety problems presented by inactive and abandoned
                      noncoal mines. Conducts a preliminary identification of pol-
                      icy options for addressing such problems.
                      (EPA/530-R-92-005)                08/15/91
                                   PB92~19Q:W7
                                 Order Form: NTIS
 Order Number: PB81-18789Q
  Ord&rForm: NTfS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and
265, Subpart O); Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004

Describes regulation as  originally proposed. Summarizes
and responds to comments received and indicates Agency's
rationale for final regulations.
                                12/15/80
 Order Number: .PB81~i$0 092
. Order form: NTf$
Index to the Monthly Hotline Report
Questions (June 1982 to December 1991)

Indexes monthly report questions by subject, by section of
the Code of Federal Regulations and by section of the Solid
Waste Disposal Act.
(EPA/530-SW-91-094)               07/15/92
 Order Number: PB92-131382
 Order Form: NTIS
Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250.14);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001

Provides Agency support and rationale for regulations defin-
ing infectious hazardous waste. Specifies Agency's choice to
define infectious waste by location of diseased microorgan-
isms, defending that source identification is an inclusive and
enforceable method of regulation.
(EPA/530-SW-88-055)               12/15/78
 Order Number: PB8&-W2S94
 Order form: NTiS
Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991
Monthly Hotline Reports

Provides a compilation of questions and answers and
Federal Register summaries from individual Monthly Hotline
Reports for the period of January to December 1991. It is di-
vided into three sections: questions and answers, Federal
Register summaries, and indices to the questions, according
to subject matter, regulatory and statutory citations.
(EPA/530-SW-91-093N)              03/15/92
Inter-Industry Collaborative Study of
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
Procedures; Addendum to Compilation of
Phase IA and Phase II Data

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

 Order Number; PB$7-155,54S/AS    Order Form;
Interim National Criteria for a Quality
Hazardous Waste Management Program
under RCRA

Establishes interim national criteria for planning and oversee-
ing a quality hazardous waste management program under
RCRA. Clarifies program goals and performance expecta-
tions to ensure that parties have an understanding of how to
implement RCRA effectively. Outlines general principles de-
scribing how EPA and states should respond when criteria
are not met or are exceeded.
                                05/01/84

 Order Number:  EPA/S30SW-84-OOB  Order form- GSW
Interim Status Standards and General
Status Standards for Closure and
Postclosure Care (40 CFR 264 and 265,
Subpart G); Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004

Presents first document in  a set of reports accompanying
the regulations to control hazardous waste generation, trans-
portation, treatment,  storage, and  disposal. Describes the
Congressional  authority and need for this initial effort to
regulate hazardous waste. Discusses only the nontechnical
aspects of closure and postclosure for Interim and General
Status Standards.  Presents the regulatory rationale,  along
with analyses of public comments and a list of references.
                                12/15/80
 Order Number; PB92-t$1.300
 'Order Form: NTiS
                                                    Order Number: PBm-189 763
                                                     Order Form: NTiS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Interim Status Standards for Land
Treatment Facilities (40 CFR 265, Subpart
M); Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
Provides the rationale for standards pertaining to treatment
and disposal of hazardous waste in  land treatment facilities.
Summarizes regulations as  proposed and  describes com-
ment analysis and regulatory rationale.
                               04/15/80
*i9& 06$ ••:••:•
                                        ; :;/V77S
Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40
CFR 265, Subpart N); Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3004
Presents the Amendment to Section 3004 requiring  that
standards include the location, design, construction, and op-
eration of hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal
facilities. Records of hazardous wastes treated, stored, or
disposed of, and all reporting,  monitoring, and inspection
also must be included. Attachment includes summaries of
comments concerning ignitable wastes in landfills.
                               02/15/81
 Ordef Number^ P&81-189 7S9
              Order form: A/TVS
Interim Status Standards for Thermal
Treatment Processes Other Than
Incineration and for Open Burning (40 CFR
265, Subpart P); Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities under RCRA,  Subtitle C, Section
3004
Discusses rationale for the regulation of facilities with hazard-
ous waste thermal treatments other than incineration. Con-
tains analysis of comments relevant to regulations for thermal
treatment facilities, including analysis of comments received
on proposed regulations.
                               04/15/80
                                 Interim Status Surface Impoundments;
                                 Retrofitting Variances; Guidance
                                 Document

                                 Assists both owners and operators of surface impoundments
                                 who apply for exemptions under Section 3005(j) of RCRA.
                                 Federal and state officials who process applications also can
                                 use this as a guide.
                                 (EPA/530SW-86-017)              06/15/86
                                                   Inventory of Open Dumps
                                 Identifies facilities that do not comply with EPA's "Criteria for
                                 Classification of Solid Waste Disposal Facilities."  Includes a
                                 list of facilities, locations, and noncompliance categories.
                                 (EPA/SW-964R)                   06/15/85
                                  Qrd& Number: .PB9W81 594
                                OrdefForm: A/f/S
Joint NRC/EPA Guidance on a Conceptual
Design Approach for Commercial Mixed
Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous
Waste Disposal Facilities (OSWER
Directive #9487.00-8)
Aids states in designing mixed waste land disposal facilities
that satisfy regulatory requirements of both  NRG and EPA.
Highlights EPA's double liner/leachate collection and leak
detection systems, as well as NRC's requirement that waste
not come in contact with liquids.
                                08/03/87
 OftferNumber; EPA/SSOSW-ST^  Order Form: O$W
                                 Land Disposal Restrictions Summary;
                                 Volume I: Solvents and Dioxins

                                 Summarizes the rulemaking on November 7 1986, and de-
                                 scribes key  regulatory requirements pertaining to treatment
                                 standards, variances, and extensions. Outlines new responsi-
                                 bilities of generators, treatment facilities, and disposal facili-
                                 ties  under  rule.  Provides  overview of specific treatment
                                 standards for solvent- and dioxin-containing wastes.
                                                                05/15/87

                                  Order Number": ฃPA/53&$W-a7419A Order Form:. O$W
 .Order Number; P88W$$ 771
              Order Form;
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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 ft
Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Land Disposal Restrictions Summary;
Volume II: California List Wastes

Summarizes the final rule from  July 8, 1987 which estab-
lishes land disposal restrictions for certain California List haz-
ardous wastes.    Slightly modifies  the framework for
implementing land disposal restrictions. Geared to individu-
als who are familiar with EPA's hazardous waste program.
                                  10/15/87

 Order Number:  EPA/S3&SW-8&Q12 I  Order Form;
Landfill and Surface Impoundment
Performance Evaluation

Describes methods for evaluating designs for landfills and
surface  impoundments.   Includes ways to predict  the
amount of liquid collected in leachate collection systems and
the amount seeping through the liner into underlying soils.
(EPA/SW-869R)                    04/15/83
 Order Number:
                   Order Form: NW
Let's Reduce and Recycle: A Curriculum
for Solid Waste Awareness

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

 Order Number: EPA/53&SW-9Q-QOS;. Order Form: OSW
Liability Coverage; Requirements for
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities; A Guidance Manual

Provides help to owners and operators in complying with re-
quirements of liability coverage. Serves as a guide to EPA
Regional staff in implementing requirements.
(EPA/SW-961)                      11/15/82
 Order Number: PB83-144 675
                  • Order Form: NT/S
                                       Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis
                                       Model

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

                                                      PBS7-1572W/AB    Order Form: HTIS
Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis
Model; Appendices

Contains data, results, and descriptions of specific model
components and methodologies to serve as a backup to the
presentation in main volume. Provides estimates of the prob-
ability of system failure and leachate release from hypotheti-
cal facilities. Monte Carlo  simulation model developed for
analysis.
                                  01/15/85

 Order Number: PB87-157 758/AS     Order Form: NTIS
                                       Lining of Waste Impoundment and
                                       Disposal Facilities

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

                                        OrderNumber: PB86-W2 796/A&   Order Form:  NTtS
                                       List of Municipal Waste Landfills

                                       Provides list of municipal waste landfills, including each state
                                       and territory. No attempt was made to verify state lists. In-
                                       cludes some 7683 of 9,284 landfills reported in census.
                                                                        12/15/86
                                                      Order Number: PB87-178331
                                                                         Order Form: NTIS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of
July 16,1980, Hazardous Waste List (40
CFR 261.31 and 261.32); Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste under RCRA,
Subtitle C, Section 3001

Identifies muds from brine purification and wastewater treat-
ment  sludges from mercury cell processes as hazardous
waste from chlorine production. Discusses toxicity of heavy
metal mercury as rationale for listing.
                                 01/12/81
 Order Number: PB8i-i9t> 076
"Orderform: NTiS
Listing of Hazardous Waste (40 CFR
261.31 and 261.32); Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste under RCRA,
Subtitle C, Section 3001

Provides technical support for listing 85 waste streams as
hazardous waste and  proposes listing of  11 wastes. Dis-
cusses  comments  received  on  proposed  listings  and
changes made.
                                 05/02/80
Low-Level Mixed Waste: A RCRA
Perspective for NRC Licensees

Introduces RCRA  requirements to  potential  commercial
mixed waste generators and treatment, storage, and/or dis-
posal  facilities.  Especially  geared  for Nuclear Regulatory
Commission licensees not familiar with regulations that apply
to waste products. Includes mixed waste definition, commer-
cial mixed waste generators, scope of RCRA, RCRA require-
ments, implementation, and enforcement, and mixed waste
minimization.
                                 08/15/90

                                 Order Form: OSW


Management of Hazardous Waste
Leachate

Provides guidance for permit officials and disposal site op-
erators on available management  options for controlling,
treating, and disposing of hazardous waste leachates. Dis-
cusses the considerations necessary to develop sound man-
agement  plans  for  leachate  generated  at   surface
impoundments and landfills.
(EPA/SW-871R)                    09/15/82
 Order Number: PB81-19O03S
Prefer Form: NTtS
                                                      Order Number: PB9M8t 578
                                 Order form: NTiS
Location of Mines and Factors Affecting
Exposure

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

 Order Number: P&8&319 4m/AS    \Ord& Form: NTtS
Location Standards for RCRA Hazardous
Waste Facilities; Regulatory Development
Plan

Assesses locations for hazardous waste facilities and fur-
nishes guidance criteria identifying areas of vulnerable hy-
drogeology. Plan includes purpose, background, two-step
process  approach,  issues, alternatives, classification and
analysis, and time schedule for activities.
                                 12/15/85

 Order Number; PB87*1$29S4/AS    Order Form: A/77S
                    Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A
                    Guide to the Federal Program for
                    Generators

                    Offers general information about the tracking program and
                    specific instructions for regulated medical waste generators.
                    Includes requirements for generators  of  more than  50
                    pounds a month, such as hospitals, physicians, dentists, and
                    veterinarians.
                                                     09/15/89

                     OrderNumben ฃPA/53Q3W-$&-&21  QrderForm; Q$W
                    Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A
                    Guide to the Federal Program for
                    Transporters

                    Offers general information about the tracking program and
                    specific instructions for transporters  of regulated  medical
                    waste. Includes requirements for transporters, including own-
                    ers and operators of transfer facilities that carry regulated
                    medical waste generated in a participating state. Includes re-
                    quirements for vehicles used by transporters.
                                                     09/15/89

                                  EPty$3&$W-#&Q22  Order Form: OSW
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms,
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A
Guide to the Federal Program for
Treatment, Destruction, and Disposal
Facilities
Offers general information about the tracking program and
specific instructions for facilities that treat, destroy, or dis-
pose of regulated medical waste. Includes requirements for
facilities that dispose of wastes, with slightly different require-
ments for facilities that treat or destroy wastes.
                                09/15/89
 Order Number, ฃฃty53QSWm-&33  \Orderftirrn: .OSW.
Manifest System, Recordkeeping, and
Reporting (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
E); Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
Provides background information, rationale, and supporting
data for the standards established for manifest system com-
pliance, recordkeeping, and reporting at hazardous waste
treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.
                                04/15/80
 Order Number: PBSl-fSO 043..  .    lOrcferfbrm; NT/S:
Markets for Scrap Tires

Discusses the problems associated with scrap tires. Identi-
fies existing and potential source reduction and utilization
methods that may be effective in solving the tire problem.
Options for removing barriers to use tires are identified and
evaluated.
(EPA/530-SW-90-074 A)             10/15/91
 Order Number:. PB92-115252
"Order Form: NTlS
Measurements of Particulates, Metals,
and Organics at a Hazardous Waste
Incinerator

Describes field tests at hazardous waste incinerators as part
of a data-gathering effort to develop amendments for haz-
ardous waste incinerators. Collects data on particulate emis-
sions,  particle size, selected toxic metals emissions and
control device efficiency, and organic  emissions.  Findings
uncover concern for control device efficiency for particulate
and toxic  metals and the use of total hydrocarbon monitors
to measure organic emissions.
(EPA/530-SW-89-067)                11/15/88
                    Medical Waste Management in the United
                    States: First Interim Report to Congress
                    Discusses first of three reports required by Congress in
                    which EPA assesses several aspects of medical waste man-
                    agement and the demonstration program for tracking medi-
                    cal wastes.
                    (EPA/530-SW-90-051A)
                     Order Number:
                                05/15/90
                                Order Form:. fjfl$
                    Medical Waste Management in the United
                    States: First Interim Report to Congress;
                    Executive Summary
                    Outlines interim report. Addresses topics specified in RCRA
                    Section 11008(a), including aspects of medical waste man-
                    agement and the demonstration program for tracking medi-
                    cal wastes.
                                                    05/15/90
                     OrderNumber1: ฃP4fa3OSW~mo8l&
                    Medical Waste Management in the United
                    States: Second Interim Report to
                    Congress
                    Addresses the medical waste program pursuant to the Medi-
                    cal Waste Tracking Act of 1988. Reviews key issues leading
                    to the passage of the law, with a detailed analysis of EPA's
                    medical waste program.
                    (EPA/530-SW-90-087A)              12/15/90
                     Order Number: PB9W30-187
                                OrdetFotfn:
Medical Waste Management in the United
States: Second Interim Report to
Congress; Executive Summary

Outlines interim report. Briefly describes the five integrated
components of EPA's  medical  waste program, which  in-
cludes a tracking system, management program, information
gathering, research and analysis, education, outreach and
training program,  and  enforcement  strategy. Update pro-
vided on progress in the characterization of generation and
management of medical waste,  and development of guide-
lines for home health care waste.
                                12/15/90

 Order Number EPA/53OSW90487B OrderFctrm:. OSW,
 Order Number: PB89-230668
 Order Form:
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988

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

 Order Number &W53Q&W8&QQ8 Order Form: QSW.


Memorandum to Monica
Chatmon-McEaddy of Office of Solid Waste
Regarding Final Treatment Standards for
K069 Nonwastewaters in the Calcium
Sulfate/Sodium Subcategory and
Wastewater Forms of K069

Presents technical support and  rationale for the develop-
ment of treatment standards for K069 nonwastewaters in the
calcium sulfate subcategory and wastewater forms of K069.
K069 is listed as  an emission  control dust or sludge from
secondary lead smelting.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059K)             05/08/90
 Otter Number: P&9&234 11$
^Order Form: NTIS
Memorandum to Monica
Chatmon-McEaddy of Office of Solid Waste
Regarding Final Treatment Standards for
Nonwastewater and Wastewater Forms of
K100

Presents technical support  and  rationale for the develop-
ment of treatment standards for nonwastewater and waste-
water forms of K100. K100 is listed as a waste leaching
solution  from acid leaching of  emission  control  dust or
sludge from secondary lead smelting.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059L)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PBW)334
Order Form; Nffi
Memorandum to the Docket Regarding
Final Treatment Standards for
Nonwastewater and Wastewater Forms of
K044, K045, and K047

Summarizes technical support and rationale for treatment
standard for nonwastewater and wastewater forms of K044,
K045, and K047 as identified in 40 CFR 261.32.
(EPA/530-SW-90-060B)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB9&234 2&S
OrderForm: NTIS
Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry
Scrubber and Baghouse Equipped
Hazardous Waste Incinerator

Presents test results of air pollution control devices at Illinois
incineration unit to determine toxic metals and particulate
control efficiencies of spray dryer and fabric filter system.
Contributes to EPA's data on control efficiencies that can be
achieved by hazardous waste incineration facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-91-004)               09/15/90

 OrderNiimb&n PBQt-ltotifa ;  |V  OrderForm; NTf$

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

Summarizes EPA's approach for implementing land disposal
restrictions program. Presents the legal authority for regula-
tions, describes technical methodology used to define treat-
ment standards, and  discusses the  variance from these
standards. Presents Agency's approach to special problems
raised by P and U listed hazards.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048B)              05/08/89
                                                   Order Number*
                                                   Order Form: NTIS
Methods Manual for Compliance with the
BIF Regulations: Burning Hazardous
Waste in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces

Presents required methods for demonstrating compliance
with EPA regulations (40 CFR Part 266, Subpart H) for boil-
ers and industrial furnaces (BIFs) burning hazardous waste.
Includes performance specifications for continuous emission
monitoring of CO, O, and hydrocarbons in stack gases, sam-
pling and analytical methods, hazardous waste combustion
air quality screening procedures, and procedures for estimat-
ing the toxicity equivalence of chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin
and dibenzofuran congeners.
(EPA/530-SW-91-010)               12/15/90
                    Order Number. PB9M3& QQ6
                                Order Form; NTIS
Methods for the Storage and Retrieval of
RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Data on
STORET; User's Manual

Introduces STORET analysis system and special features of
RCRA ground-water data. Discusses how to access system.
Detailed discussion of various elements and conventions of
RCRA ground-water monitoring data. Includes sample data
retrievals.
                                10/01/85

 Order Number)  PB87-W4Q28/AS    OrderForm: NTI$
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Minimum Technology Guidance on Double
Liner Systems for Landfills and Surface
Impoundments; Design, Construction, and
Operation

Provides guidance on designs for surface impoundments re-
quired to have two or more liners and for a leachate collec-
tion system above and between such liners. Identifies two
double-liner systems. Incorporates current state-of-the-art de-
sign, construction, and operation of hazardous waste land
disposal units.
(EPA/530-SW-85-014)               05/24/85

 Order dumber; PB87~iS1$?2/A$r::..- prefer Form;: NTtS
Minimum Technology Guidance on Single
Liner Systems for Landfills, Surface
Impoundments, and Waste Piles; Design,
Construction, and Operation (Draft)

Identifies design, construction, and operation specifications
that can be used by owners and operators to comply with
various sections of the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amend-
ments. Provides guidance for owners and operators and EPA
and state regulatory personnel on designs that the Agency
believes meet Section 3015(a) requirements for waste piles.
(EPA/530-SW-85-013)              05/24/85

 Onto NumbaK"P8a7~l73159" "••	'Order Form: A/77S
Mining Sites in the National Priorities List;
NPL Site Summary Reports (Complete
Set)

Summarizes a five volume set covering 48 sites. Includes a
series on mining sites on the National Priorities List (NPL).
Reports prepared to support EPA's mining program activi-
ties. Summarizes  environmental damages and associated
mining waste management practices at sites  on,  or pro-
posed for, NPL as of February 11, 1991 (56 FR 5598). Based
on information obtained from EPA files and reports. An indi-
vidual report was prepared for each site, following various
formats. Maps and charts are included.
(EPA/530-SW-91-065)              06/21/91
                                     Mining Sites in the National Priorities List;
                                     NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume I:
                                     Aluminum Company of America
                                     (Vancouver Smelter), Anaconda Smelter,
                                     Atlas Asbestos Mine,  Bunker Hill Mining
                                     and Metallurgical Complex, California
                                     Gulch, Carson River, Celtor Chemical
                                     Works, Cherokee County/Galena Subsite,
                                     Cimarron Mining Corporation, Clear
                                     Creek/Central City, Cleveland Mill

                                     Presents final draft for 11 sites. This report series on mining
                                     sites on the NPL was prepared to support EPA's mining pro-
                                     gram activities as of February 11, 1991 (56 FR 5598). Each lo-
                                     cation is treated  individually and  summarizes types  of
                                     environmental damages and  associated mining waste man-
                                     agement practices.
                                     (EPA/530-SW-91-065A)             06/21/91
                                      Order Number; PBQ2-124 767
                               Order Form: JV78S
 Order Number:
                  Order Form:
Mining Sites in the National Priorities List;
NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume II:
Commencement Bay Nearshore/Tideflats,
Denver Radium, Eagle Mine, East Helena
Smelter, Eastern Michaud Flats
Contamination Area, Glen
Ridge/Montclair/West Orange/US Radium,
Homestake Mill, Iron Mountain Mine,
Johns-Manville Coalinga Asbestos Mill,
Kerr-McGee (Kress Creek, Reed-Keppler
Park, Residential Areas, Sewage
Treatment Plant)

Presents the final draft for 10 sites. Summarizes the type of
environmental damages and associated mining waste prac-
tices for sites on, or proposed for, the NPL as of February tl,
1991 (56  FR 5598). Site history, description, and overviews
are included.  Remedial investigation activities and lists of
contamination sources are provided. Identifies sources of
hazardous contamination, describes nature and  extent of
contamination, and determines effects of toxic contamina-
tion on natural resources and public health.
(EPA/530-SW-91-065B)             06/21/91
                                                   Order Number: PB92-124 775
                                                                    Order Form: NT&
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Mining Sites in the National Priorities List;
NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume III:
Kerr-McGee Chemical Corporation (Soda
Springs Plant), Lincoln Park, Martin
Marietta Reduction Facility, Midvale Slag
(Valley Materials Slag), Milltown Reservoir
Sediments, Monsanto Chemical Company,
Monticello Mill Site, Monticello Vicinity
Properties, Mouat Industries, Ormet
Corporation

Presents the final draft for 10 sites. Individual reports on envi-
ronmental damages and associated mining waste practices
for sites on, or proposed for, the NPL as of February 11,1991
(56 FR 5598). Site investigation, remedial planning and in-
vestigation, and remedial action are included for each. Pre-
pared  in  conjunction with an  economic assessment of
natural  resource  injuries and a feasibility  study for site
cleanup.  Cost figures are provided.
(EPA/530-SW-91-065C)             06/21/91
             PB&124 r$3
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Mining Sites in the National Priorities List;
NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume IV:
Oronogo-Duenweg Mining Belt, Palmerton
Zinc, Sharon Steel/Midvale Tailings, Silver
Bow Creek/Butte Area Site, Silver
Mountain Mine, Smuggler Mountain, St.
Louis Airport/Hazelwood Interim/Futura
Coatings, Sulphur Bank Mercury Mine, Tar
Creek

Presents the final draft for 9 sites. Individual reports on envi-
ronmental damages and associated mining waste practices
for  sites on, or proposed for, the NPL as of February 11,
1991 (56 FR 5598). Site investigation, remedial planning and
investigation, and remedial actions are included.
(EPA/530-SW-91-065D)              06/21/91
 Order A/umber: PB9M24 791
: Order Form NTtSl
                     Mining Sites in the National Priorities List;
                     NPL Site Summary Reports, Volume V:
                     Teledyne Wah Chang, Tex-Tin Corporation,
                     Torch Lake, United Nuclear
                     Corporation/Churchrock Site, U.S.
                     Titanium, Uravan Uranium Mill, Whitewood
                     Creek, Wayne Interim Storage
                     Facility/W.R. Grace

                     Presents the final draft for 8 sites. Includes an ongoing Re-
                     medial Investigation and Feasibilty Study with community re-
                     lations plans.  Identifies sources of hazardous contamination,
                     describes nature and extent of contamination, and deter-
                     mines effects of toxic contamination on natural resources
                     and public health.
                     (EPA/530-SW-91-065E)             06/21/91
                     Order tiufnter, P&92-124809      Order Form
Mobile Incineration: An Analysis of the
Industry

Examines the mobile incineration industry, including the sup-
ply of and demand for mobile incineration and an assess-
ment of the mobile incineration market. Examines the mobile
incineration business for  its potential to absorb excess de-
mand that could  not be handled  by  fixed  incineration
facilities.
(EPA/530/SW-90-076)              06/30/89



Model RCRA Permit for Hazardous Waste
Management Facilities

Describes a  Model Permit for assisting  permit writers in
drafting or reviewing  hazardous waste facility permits. Cov-
ers process-specific conditions for container storage areas,
tanks, incinerators,  waste  piles, surface impoundments, land
treatment areas, and landfills.   Also covers ground-water
monitoring, corrective action, closure and postclosure, and
other general permit and facility conditions.
(EPA/530-SW-90-049)               09/15/88

                           i     OrderForm: NTtS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Modifying RCRA Permits
Discusses the concepts behind permits required for hazardous
waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities. Compares the
old process with the new one where permits can be modified
to allow improvements in equipment and changes in response
to new standards. Processes are compared, with discussions of
Class One, Two, and Three Modifications.
                               09/15/89

^Qrder Number: gPA/S3Q-SWฃ&rj$Q Order Form: OSW
Multimaterial Source Separation in
Marblehead and Somerville,
Massachusetts; Volume II: Collection and
Marketing

Examines a recycling  program that  involves separating
household waste into recyclable components, such as pa-
per, can, glass, and refuse. Selecting collection equipment,
determining collection procedures, problems with  collection,
equipment problems, and improving collection procedures
are discussed. Covers selecting markets, problems with mar-
kets, and overcoming  marketing problems. Tables include
monthly costs and savings.
                                12/15/79
                                      Multimaterial Source Separation in
                                      Marblehead and Somerville,
                                      Massachusetts; Volume IV: Energy Use
                                      and Savings from Source Separated
                                      Materials and Other Solid Waste
                                      Management Alternatives for Marblehead

                                      Explains how energy use and savings can be calculated into
                                      collection,  preparation, transportation, and treatment. In-
                                      cludes mathematical equations and results for  recycling pro-
                                      gram.
                                                                      12/15/79

                                      Order.Nitmim;] EPA/$W-824    	Order Form: .
                                      Multimaterial Source Separation in
                                      Marblehead and Somerville,
                                      Massachusetts; Volume V: Citizen
                                      Attitudes Toward Source Separation

                                      Documents four surveys for recycling programs. Covers the
                                      major issues of citizen participation in source-separation pro-
                                      grams and storage and collection of source-separated mate-
                                      rials. Includes survey questionnaires and survey results.
                                                                     12/15/79
 . Order Number; ฃPA/$W-B22
                  Order Form: OSW
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                                                                                   Order Form OSW
Multimaterial Source Separation in
Marblehead and Somerville,
Massachusetts; Volume III: Materials and
Refuse; Composition of Source Separated
Materials and Refuse

Presents a recycling study that was conducted to develop
three sets of data on source-separated materials and refuse.
One set includes the relative percentages of 14 recoverable
components in source-separated, refuse, and total residential
waste streams. The second set documents recovery rates, or
the percentage of each component that is source-separated.
The third set includes moisture content and heat content of
source-separated materials and refuse.
                                12/15/79
 Order Number: EPA/SW-823
                  Order Form: OSW
                                      Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and
                                      Leachate Characterization; Monofill
                                      Baseline Year; Woodburn Monofill;
                                      Woodburn, Oregon

                                      Documents sampling and analysis of both liquids and solids
                                      from a relatively young municipal solid waste (MSW) com-
                                      bustion residue monofill. Part of long-term study.
                                      (EPA/530-SW-89-074)               08/15/89

                                       Order Number: PB9&1Q4 746.    ;   Order Form: N77S
Municipal Waste Combustion Study
(Complete Set)

Analyzes health risks and environmental problems caused by
pollutants  emitted from municipal waste combustors. De-
scribes  municipal waste combustion industry and depicts
trends. Series of 9 volumes.
(EPA/530-SW-87-021)               09/15/87
                                                    Order Number; \PB$?-20$ 06&
                                                                      Order Form; NTiS
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Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Assessment of Health Risks Associated
with Exposure to Municipal Waste
Combustion Emissions

Analyzes of health risks and environmental problems  be-
cause of pollutants emitted from municipal waste combus-
tion. Volume 7 in 9-part series.
(EPA/530-SW-87-021G)             09/15/87

 Order Number: PB87-2Q8132   ','   ' -Order Form: NTlS \


Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Characterization of the Municipal Waste
Combustion Industry

Describes MWC industry and depicts trends and growth in
the industry. Volume 8 in 9-part series.
(EPA/530-SW-87-021H)             06/15/87
 Order Number: PB87-20B140
Order Form: NTtS \
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Control of Organic Emissions

Describes assessment  of combustion  control of organic
emissions from municipal waste combustors (MWCs). Infor-
mation developed during a study of municipal waste com-
bustion concerned with the best combustion  practices to
minimize emissions of organics. Focuses on the  design of
new units, and the operation and monitoring of new and ex-
isting units from viewpoint of combustor and boiler subsys-
tems. Volume 3 in 9-part series.
(EPA/530-SW-87-021C)             06/15/87
                    Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
                    Emissions Data Base for Municipal Waste
                    Combustors

                    Provides compilation of emission data for municipal waste
                    combustors (MWCs}. Information developed during a study
                    of municipal waste combustion. The purpose of the docu-
                    ment is to compile U.S. and Canadian data on emissions of
                    pollutants of concern from MWCs. The document also is in-
                    tended to compile similar data from European and Japanese
                    sources. The report also reduces test data into consistent
                    units of measure and reference and presents data in com-
                    mon format. Volume 2 in 9-part series.
                    (EPA/530-SW-87-021B)              06/15/87
                     Order Number. PB8F2Q6
                                Order Form: NTtS
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Flue
Gas Cleaning Technology

Provides results of flue gas cleaning technology study ap-
plied to municipal waste combustors. Includes control and
effectiveness studies. Volume 4 in 9-part series.
(EPA/530-SW-87-021D)             06/15/87
                     Order Number: PB87-20Q W8
                                Order Form: NTiS
                    Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
                    Recycling of Solid Waste

                    Assesses recycling solid waste as an alternative or augmen-
                    tative waste management strategy to municipal waste com-
                    bustion. Volume 9 in 9-part series.
                    (EPA/530-SW-87-021I)              06/15/87
 Order Humbert P&87~2QGQ90
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                                                     Order lumber: PB87-2V6 157
                                                    Order Form:. NTIS
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Costs
of Flue Gas Cleaning Technologies

Assesses the emission control costs  for municipal waste
combustors. Volume 5 in 9-part series.
(EPA/530-SW-87-021E)             06/15/87

 Order Number: PB87-20611$      : Order Form; A/7781
                    Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
                    Report to Congress

                    Provides overview  of entire municipal waste combustion
                    study. Conducted in response to Section 102, HSWA, 1984.
                    Discusses numbers and types of existing and projected facili-
                    ties, estimates of emissions,  options for controlling emis-
                    sions, risks from emissions, and potential for control. Costs
                    and sampling, analysis, and monitoring of emissions are ex-
                    amined. Overview of nine-volume study.
                    (EPA/530SW-87-021 A)              06/15/87
                                                     Order Number. PB87-206 074
                                                    Order Form: NTtS
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Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
Sampling and Analysis

Outlines recommended sampling, analysis and monitoring
procedures for municipal solid waste combustion facilities.
Volume 6 in 9-part series.
(EPA/530-SW-87-021F)               06/15/87
= Order Number: P&&7-20S 124
Order Form:
National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous
Waste Management Program

Includes comprehensive changes to reflect requirements and
revised national policies. Changes include adding criteria for
closures and corrective action, reformatting facility manage-
ment planning criteria, adding performance measurements,
and clarifying and editing various items.
                                 06/01/86

1 Order Number: ฃPA/&$Q$W-&$-0t1  Order Form: 0$W
National Dioxin Study

Documents a two-year study to investigate dioxin contamina-
tion.  Includes National Dioxin Strategy to provide coordi-
nated management framework for investigative,  remedial,
and regulatory activities.
(EPA/530-SW-87-025)                08/15/87
 'Order Number: P888-19268T.
Order Form: NW
National RCRA Corrective Action Strategy

Informs regions, states, regulated community, and the public
how EPA plans to approach implementation of corrective ac-
tion programs for releases of hazardous wastes and constitu-
ents at facilities that manage hazardous wastes. Introduces
action authorities and discusses facilities subject to require-
ments. Discusses how EPA will approach the program, in-
cluding  establishing  priorities, and  factors  influencing
management of corrective action.
                                 10/01/86

 Order Number: ฃPty5303W-8&G4&  Order Form: OSW
National Small Quantity Hazardous Waste
Generator Survey; Final Report

Presents results of voluntary survey of generators of hazard-
ous waste who produce less than 1,000 kg of hazardous
waste per month. Designed to obtain reliable estimates of
the number and type of small quantity hazardous waste gen-
erators and  waste generation and management practices.
Describes purpose and scope,  background of RCRA and
1984 amendments, methodology of survey, and results.  In-
cludes  sample questionnaire  and detailed industry and
waste stream profiles  for small quantity generators.
(EPA/530-SW-85-004)               02/15/85

..Order Number:1 PB85-180 438:	:	Order Form
                    National Survey of Hazardous Waste
                    Generators and Treatment, Storage,
                    Disposal and Recycling Facilities in  1986:
                    Hazardous Waste Generation and
                    Management

                    Presents findings of two extensive  surveys conducted by
                    mail during a 3-year period to obtain detailed information
                    concerning hazardous waste generation  and management
                    practices. Includes survey overview, hazardous waste gen-
                    eration, types of waste generated, hazard waste manage-
                    ment methods, and the changes since 1986 that affect waste
                    management. Includes detailed charts.
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-075)               10/15/91
                                                      Order Number: PB92-123Q25
                                                     Order Form: NTIS
                    National Survey of Hazardous Waste
                    Generators and Treatment, Storage,
                    Disposal and Recycling Facilities in 1986:
                    Hazardous Waste Management in RCRA
                    TSDR Units

                    Presents initial findings of two, three-year long national mail
                    surveys to gather information about hazardous waste gen-
                    eration and management practices. National Survey of Haz-
                    ardous Waste Generators (Generator Survey) and National
                    Survey of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal,
                    and Recycling Facilities (TSDR Survey) focused on hazard-
                    ous waste handlers regulated under Subtitle C, RCRA, and
                    HSWA amendments of 1984.
                    (EPA/53OSW-91-060)               07/15/91
                                                      Order Number: PB91-211821
                                                     OrderForm: NTtS
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National Survey of Hazardous Waste
Generators and Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities Regulated under RCRA
in 1981

Summarizes findings of national survey of hazardous waste
generators and  treatment, storage,  and disposal facilities
regulated under Subtitle C, RCRA of 1976. Mail survey con-
ducted during fall and spring of 1982 to 1983 under sponsor-
ship of EPA's Office of Solid Waste. Information provided
EPA with first complete description of hazardous waste man-
agement and generation activities regulated under federal
law since RCRA was enacted in 1976.
(EPA/530-SW-84-005)               04/20/84

 Order Number: P&8&iQ7 B37/AS   '• \OrderForm: NTIS
National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal)
Landfill Facilities

Describes methodology and  results of national  survey of
Subtitle D municipal landfill facilities conducted in response
to HSWA amendments of 1984. HSWA required EPA to con-
duct a study to determine whether regulations are adequate
to protect human health and the environment.  EPA also was
required to report results of the study to Congress and to re-
vise regulations for facilities that receive small-quantity gener-
ator hazardous waste and household hazardous waste.
(EPA/530-SW-88-034)              09/15/88
 Order Number: PB8&-118525
Order Form: NTIS
The Nation's Hazardous Waste
Management Program at a Crossroads:
The RCRA Implementation Study

Presents EPA's philosophy for management of hazardous
waste, together with detailed rationale underlying that phi-
losophy. Based on extensive analysis of perspectives gained
from federal  and  state  officials,  public interest  repre-
sentatives, and regulated community.  Sets direction for im-
plementing RCRA and provides  basis for EPA's strategic
decision-making.
                                 07/15/90

 Order Number; ฃPA/53&SW~9&Qe9  lOrderForm: OSW
                    Native American Network: A RCRA
                    Information Exchange

                    Covers RCRA's solid waste management issues. Serves as
                    forum to exchange experiences and ideas among tribes to
                    enhance working relationships among tribal  governments,
                    EPA, other federal agencies, and state and  local govern-
                    ments. First newsletter includes citizen suit provisions, role of
                    regional Indian coordinator, and listing of reference materi-
                    als.
                                                     09/15/90

                     Order Number: ฃPA/53Q-SW-9&0?9   Order Forth: OSW.


                    Native American Network: A RCRA
                    Information Exchange  (Issue #2)
                    (Spring 1991)

                    Contains Oglala Sioux Tribe and Blue Legs  Decision,  phi-
                    losophy on training, clandestine drug  labs, hot topics,  and
                    important solid waste contacts.
                                                     04/15/91

                     Order Number; EFW&3&SW-91401-   Order Form: tiSW
Native American Network: A RCRA
Information Exchange  (Issue #3)
(Summer/Fall 1991)

Covers Campo experience, money matters, IHS and solid
waste, and a recycling project on the Cherokee Reservation.
                                07/15/91

 Order Number, '&WS3&SW91-C&2  Order Form OSW
                    New Rule for Wood Preserving Wastes

                    Covers three categories of wastes generated by the wood
                    preserving industry and added to the list of hazardous
                    wastes under RCRA. Finalizes the December 1988 proposed
                    rule. Includes management standards for existing and new
                    drip pads used to collect treated wood drippage.
                                                     12/15/90

                     Order Number. ePA/$3frSW-di-ti2   OrdefForm; O$W:
                                                    The New Toxicity Characteristic Rule:
                                                    Information and Tips for Generators

                                                    Provides tips on waste minimization practices, along with
                                                    contacts for more information. Includes compliance guide-
                                                    lines.
                                                                                     04/15/90

                                                     Order Number, &fy$3Q$W9&Q28  Order Ftmf: OSW
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial
Report of Hazardous Waste Generators
and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities Regulated under RCRA; Volume I:
Summary

Profiles each state's hazardous waste generation and man-
agement data. Focuses on regional and national level analy-
ses, making it a benchmark study. Data are comprehensive
and improved compared to earlier studies. Includes tables,
figures, definitions, methodology, and results.
(EPA/530-SW-89-033A)              03/15/89
 Order Number: PB8&18764S
Order Form: NTIS
Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial
Report of Hazardous Waste Generators
and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities Regulated under RCRA; Volume II:
Methodology and Data

Provides detailed assessment of the study's survey approach
and data, particularly state-by-state data profiles and relation-
ships among states.
(EPA/530-SW-89-033B)             03/15/89

 Order Number: PB69-1876S2       Order form:  NTiS
Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial
RCRA Hazardous Waste Report

Provides information about the generation, management,
and final disposition of hazardous waste as regulated by
RCRA. Data from 18,660 RCRA hazardous waste sites are
included. The survey is mandated by law every two years.
Data present the  number of RCRA-regulated  hazardous
waste generators; types and quantities of waste generated;
the number of treatment, storage, and disposal facilities; and
types and quantities of wastes managed.
(EPA/530-SW-91-061)               07/15/91
 Order Number: PB9i-22Q2Qฎ
Order Form: NTIS
Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial
RCRA Hazardous Waste Report; Executive
Summary

Presents information from EPA's 1987 report. Collects and
maintains information about generation, management, and fi-
nal disposition of hazardous waste regulated by RCRA. Data
from 18,660 sites are included.
                                07/15/91

 \0rder Number: EPA/53OSWQ1-OQ1A Order Form: OSW
                    Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening
                    Survey of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
                    Storage, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities

                    Provides insights to TSDRs. There  are now fewer active
                    TSDRs than previously. Industry is dominated by very large
                    onsite management facilities. The top 50 facilities manage
                    90 percent of the hazardous waste quantities. The dominant
                    category is hazardous wastewater with low pH. Includes indi-
                    vidual study results.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-035)              09/01/88
                    Order Number: PB89-1Q6Q58
                                Order Form: NTtS
                    Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in
                    Rats Test Materials: Pyridine; Volume 1

                    Provides test results of rats exposed daily to pyridine. Tests
                    target organs and  possible cumulative effects  of pyridine.
                    Findings used to develop the maximum acceptable concen-
                    trations in leachates emanating from land disposal units.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-016A)              12/15/87
                    Order Number: PB8&-176136
                                Order Form: W77S.
                    Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in
                    Rats Test Materials: Pyridine; Volume II

                    Provides additional data to Volume I including summary and
                    conclusion.
                    (EPA/530-SW-88-016B)              12/15/87

                     Order Number= PBS&17$ 144       Order Form;  N77S
No Migration Variances to the Hazardous
Waste Land Disposal Prohibitions; A
Guidance Manual for Petitioners

Assists  hazardous waste management  facility owners and
operators petitioning EPA for a variance from land disposal
prohibitions at  specific sites for specific wastes. Addresses
the required scope of credible petitions.
(EPA/530-SW-90-045)                03/15/90
                     Order Number; PB90-204 736
                                Order Form; NTfS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Office Paper Recycling: An Implementation
Manual

Provides information to assist federal agencies in planning,
implementing, and promoting a high-grade paper recovery
program. The basic principles outlined should be useful to
anyone planning an office paper recycling program, includ-
ing state and local government agencies, commercial busi-
nesses, and other private organizations.
(EPA/530-SW-9O001)                01/15/90
 .Order Number: P&9&1W431
OrderForm: NT)$
Once There Lived a Wicked Dragon
(Coloring Book)

Designed as an environmental coloring book for children.
"This fable dedicated to the children that they may help us to
know a dragon when we see one."
                                 01/15/74
 Order Number; BPA/SW-33&;
           0$W
Performance Test on a Spray Dryer, Fabric
Filter, and Wet Scrubber; Draft Test Report

Reports on a performance test of a Toxics Substances Con-
trol  (TSCA) waste  incinerator in Kansas, April 25-27 1989.
Part of EPA's Office of Solid Waste efforts to develop regula-
tions to control the  emissions of products of incomplete
combustion, paniculate matter, and toxic metals from haz-
ardous waste incinerators.
(EPA/530-SW-90-008)              10/15/89
 Order Number: PB90-12Q544
OrderForm: A/77S
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for
Exposure Information Requirements Under
RCRA, Section 3019

Provides owners and operators of hazardous waste landfills
and surface impoundments with guidance for submitting in-
formation on the potential for public exposure to hazardous
wastes.
                                07/03/85

 Order Number: PB87-193694       Order Form: NTIS
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for
Hazardous Waste Land Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Final
Draft	

Explains EPA permitting process, facility standards, and ap-
plication information requirements. Intended for federal per-
mit applicants who operate facilities that treat,  store,  or
dispose of  hazardous waste in  surface impoundments,
waste piles, land treatment units, and landfills.
(EPA/530-SW-84-004)                05/15/84
                                                     Order Number: PB8S-11569S
                                                    Ord&Form: NttS
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for
the General Facility Standards of 40 CFR
264

Assists owners and operators of hazardous waste manage-
ment facilities required to submit Part B of permit applica-
tions in exhibiting compliance with the standards of 40 CFR
Part 264.
(EPA/SW-968)                      10/15/83

 Order Number; PB87-1S1064/AS    Order Form: A/TVS
Permit Guidance Manual on Hazardous
Waste Land Treatment Demonstrations

Contains specific laboratory and field test methods that may
be used to complete demonstration. Describes alternative
technical approaches and permitting procedures. Includes
reconnaissance  surveys, laboratory analyses, mathematical
modeling, and field plot studies.
(EPA/530-SW-86-032)               07/15/86

 Order Number. PB8&-223184/A&  .  Order Form; NTiS
                    Permit Guidance Manual on Unsatu rated
                    Zone Monitoring for Hazardous Waste
                    Land Treatment Units

                    Provides guidance to permit applicants and writers for devel-
                    oping unsaturated  zone monitoring systems at hazardous
                    waste land treatment units to comply with Part 264, Subpart
                    M Regulations. Covers both soil core and soil pore-liquid
                    sampling  procedures, chain of custody considerations, and
                    data evaluation.
                                                    (EPA/530-SW-86-040)

                                                     Order Number, PBS?-2iS 463/AS
                                                    10/15/86

                                                    Order Form: NTtS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for
Hazardous Waste Land Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Phase 1:
Criteria for Location Acceptability and
Existing Applicable Regulations

Defines acceptable  locations for hazardous waste facilities.
Cites applicable regulations and statutes in evaluating ac-
ceptable locations. Presents summary of EPA efforts to en-
sure both the proper site analysis and the safe location of
such facilities.
(EPA/530-SW-85-024)               02/15/85

 Order Number: PB8&125 58Q/AS   Order Form: NTtS
Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for
Hazardous Waste Tank Standards

Assists permit reviewers in evaluation of design standards of
hazardous waste tanks, piping, controls, and ancillaries in
hazardous waste tanks. Only to be used with a reference li-
brary of standards, codes, handbooks and data surveys.
(EPA/530-SW-89-003)                07/15/86
 Order Number: PB89-126478
                   Order Form: NTIS
Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators

Explains incineration as a means to dispose of hazardous
waste. Includes performance standards for incinerators and
steps for the permitting process.
                                04/15/88

 Order Number: EP/*/53&$W-88-024 Order Form: O$W
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Groundwater and Air Emission Monitoring

Describes permitting requirements of owners and operators
of hazardous waste management facilities. Supports rule-
making for the permitting of land disposal facilities concern-
ing ground-water and  air emission monitoring.  Contains
summaries of comments made  regarding proposed rules
and Agency responses.
                                 07/31/81
: Order Number, PB81-S46 431
                   Order Form: NTIS
                                       Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
                                       Groundwater Protection Standard

                                       Describes proposed ground-water permitting requirements
                                       of owners and operators of hazardous waste management
                                       facilities.  Summarizes  comments  and Agency responses,
                                       providing regulatory rationale. Discusses ground-water pro-
                                       tection strategy, facility design  requirements, containment
                                       strategies, and  specific ambient health and  environmental
                                       standards.
 Order NumbeK PB81-246423
                                                                        07/31/81

                                                                        Order form:
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Information Requirements for Permitting
Discharges; General Standards Applicable
to Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities

Discusses information required of owners and operators of
land disposal facilities seeking permits. Cites the need for an
adequate amount of information to perform a realistic evalu-
ation of the facility's potential to cause adverse effects to hu-
man  health and environment.  Proper siting, design,  and
treatment will reduce information and demonstration require-
ments.
                                 07/31/81

 Order Number:, PB81-246 415       Order Form; NTIB

Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Land Treatment

Describes land treatment permitting requirements of owners
and operators of hazardous waste  management facilities.
Contains comments on the proposed regulations with ration-
ale for final regulations.  Includes issues such as surface
water run-on and runoff, soil and soil-pure monitoring, and
closure and postclosure.
                                 07/31/81
                                        Order Number: PB& 1-248 381.
                                 Order Form:
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Landfills

Presents the  re-proposal of Proposed Rule and Proposed
Amendments to 40 CFR Parts 260, 264, and 122. The need
for regulation is  based on the potential for environmental
damage and actual damage incidents.
                                 07/31/81
                                                     Order Number:
                                                                        Order Form; N77S
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Overview; Background Document

Describes permitting requirements of owners and operators
of hazardous waste management facilities. Provides analysis
of standards, comment on summaries, and Agency rationale
for regulations.
                                 07/31/81
 Order Number;
Order Form:
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Performance Standards for Land Disposal
Facilities

Describes performance permitting requirements of owners
and operators of hazardous waste management  facilities.
Proposes standards applicable to land disposal facilities un-
der Subpart B - General  Facility Standards. Proposes stand-
ards applicable  to land disposal  facilities handling specific
wastes or waste types under Subpart T - Minimum Accept-
able Treatment of Hazardous Wastes Prior to Disposal.
                                 07/31/81
 Order Number: PB$1~246449
Order Form: A/77S;
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Surface Impoundments

Describes proposed surface impoundment permitting re-
quirements of owners and operators of hazardous waste
management facilities.
                                07/31/81
 Order Number; PB$Wt$ m
OrderForm; NTi$
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
Underground Injection; Background
Document

Describes permitting requirements of owners and operators
of hazardous waste management facilities. Proposes stand-
ards for underground  injection and underground seepage
land disposal facilities. Discusses implications for Under-
ground Injection  Control Program  established under  the
authority of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
                                07/31/81
 Oxter Number; PB8134Q407
Order Form: A/TVS
                    Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:
                    Waste Piles

                    Describes proposed waste pile permitting requirements of
                    owners and operators of hazardous waste management fa-
                    cilities.
                                                     07/31/81

                     Order Number. PB81-24& ฃ73  I     Order form; NT/S
                    Petitions to Delist Hazardous Wastes; A
                    Guidance Manual

                    Describes the necessary data to be included in a de-listing
                    petition submitted under 40 CFR  260.22. Presents a step-
                    wise approach to compiling a de-listing petition, describing
                    and including  examples of each  information requirement,
                    such  as process descriptions, raw material lists,  sampling
                    plans, and test data.
                    (EPA/530-SW-85-003)              04/01/85
                     Order Number. PB85J94 488
                                 Orderfbrm: NT1S
Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber
Parametric Tests for Particulate,  Metals,
and HCI Emissions; John Zink Company
Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
Test Report

Presents results of testing  program to control emissions of
particulate matter, toxic metals and hydrochloric acid from
hazardous waste incinerators. Toxic metals examined include
arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, and mercury.
(EPA/530-SW-90-009)               06/15/89
                                                     Order Number: PB9Q-129362
                                                     Order Form: NTtS
Plans, Recordkeeping, Variances, and
Demonstrations for Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities; A Guidance Manual

Assists EPA's regional offices in interpreting selected require-
ments of the Interim Status Standards (ISS) for facilities man-
aging hazardous waste. ISS have been designed to be met
without substantial interpretation  by, or negotiation with,
EPA.
(EPA/SW-921)                      01/01/81

 Order Number PB87-1S5 603/AS    Order Form: NTtS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms,
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Postclosure Liability Trust Rind
Simulation Model; Volume I: Model
Overview and Results; Volume II:  Graphs
and Tables of Model Results; Volume III:
Model Description

Describes use of the model in five simulations and provides
analysis of revenue requirements under alternative Fund cov-
erage policies. Technical details given on various aspects of
model.
                                05/01/85

 Order Nufrlber: PB86-2i247Q/AS   .Order ffirfrK NTfS
Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis
of Lead and Cadmium in Products in
Municipal Solid Waste

Identifies lead- and cadmium-containing products that are
disposed of in municipal solid waste, and provides informa-
tion regarding potential substitutes for these metals in vari-
ous applications.
(EPA/530-R-92-010)                04/15/92
 Order Number: PB&2-162551
Order Form; NTfS
Procedural Guidance for Reviewing
Exposure Information Under RCRA,
Section 3019

Assists permit writers in the evaluation of exposure informa-
tion. Outlines steps in referring sites to  EPA for Toxic Sub-
stances and Disease Registry health evaluations. Includes
integration of review into existing activities.
                                09/26/86
 Order Number: PB87-1937Q2
Order Form: A/f/S
Procedures for Modeling Flow Through
Clay Liners to Determine Required Liner
Thickness

Includes technical procedures for  determining adequate
thicknesses of single  soil liners. Includes a performance
simulation model based on numerical techniques.
(EPA/530-SW-84-001)               04/15/84

 Order Number: PB87-191029      -Ord&Fom:. NT1$
                   Procedures Manual for Groundwater
                   Monitoring at Solid Waste Disposal
                   Facilities

                   Assists user to establish ground-water monitoring proce-
                   dures at solid  waste disposal facilities. Examines need for
                   monitoring, assigning priorities for facilities to be monitored,
                   and implementing and directing cost-effective, and on-going
                   monitoring programs.
                   (EPA/SW-611)                     08/15/77
                    Order Number; PBB4-174Q20
                                Order Form; NTfS
                   Proceedings of the Fifth National
                   Conference on Household Hazardous
                   Waste Management, November 5-7, 1990,
                   San Francisco, California

                   Compiles addresses, documents, and related  publications
                   pertaining to the fifth annual Household Hazardous Waste
                   Management Conference. Covers topics on  pesticides,
                   source reduction, paint,  heavy metals, wastewater, and in-
                   door air pollution. Reprints submitted speeches.
                   (EPA/530-SW-91-059)              03/15/91
                                                    Order Number; PBQ1-20& 607
                                                   Order form; N77S
Proceedings of the First International
Symposium on Oil and Gas Exploration and
Production Waste Management Practices,
September 10-13, 1990, New Orleans,
Louisiana

Contains proceedings of the First International Symposium
on Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Wastes Manage-
ment Practices. Symposium was co-sponsored by EPA, De-
partment of the Interior, Department of Energy, and various
interested associations and commissions.
(EPA/530-SW-91-030)               09/13/90
                    Order Number: PB9WW549
                                Order form: ' A/7K3.
                    Proceedings of the Fourth National
                    Conference on Household Hazardous
                    Waste Management

                    Presents proceedings concerned with the reduction and
                    safe management of everyday waste. Emphasizes toxicity re-
                    duction and recycling, used oil and lead-acid batteries, edu-
                    cation programs,  and  expanding and improving existing
                    collection programs.
                    (EPA/530-SW-89-042D)              02/15/90
                                                    Order Number; PB9G-163 188
                                                    Order Form; A/77S
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Proceedings of the Sixth National United
States Environmental Protection Agency
Conference on Household  Hazardous
Waste Management, Seattle, Washington,
December 3-7,1991

Contains opening plenary session and workshop materials
of the conference.  Workshop issues include: used oil, farm
pesticides collection programs, cleaning products, automo-
tive products, household and community pesticides, fluores-
cent lights, paint, household batteries, indoor air, and public
education.
(EPA/530-R-92-016)

 Order Number:
03/15/92

'Ormr'Form: NTIS
Procurement Guidelines for Government
Agencies

Requires government agencies to buy products made with
recovered materials according to Section 6002 of RCRA.
Five different guidelines cover specific items: paper and pa-
per products, lubricating oils, retreaded tires, building insula-
tion products, and  cement and concrete containing fly ash.
Includes guidelines, section requirements, and enforcement.
                               12/15/90

 Order Number: ฃPA/$30$W-91-011, Order Form: OSW
Prohibition on the Disposal of Bulk Liquid
Hazardous Waste in Landfills; Statutory
Interpretive Guidance

Provides guidance to owners and operators of hazardous
waste landfills who dispose of bulk liquid hazardous wastes.
Addresses Section 3004(c)(1) of RCRA, explaining its legal
and technical requirements.
(EPA/530-SW-86-016)               06/11 /86

 OrderNumber: PB86-2122?1/A$    OrderForm:  NTfS
Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
Fiscal Impacts of EPA's Strawman II on
State Mine Waste Management Programs;
Volume I: Summary Report

Provides  preliminary assessment of the effects that EPA's
Strawman II draft regulatory approach for mining waste
would  have on existing state programs for environmental
control and management of mining waste.
(EPA/530-R-92-008a)                12/21/91
                    Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
                    Fiscal Impacts of EPA's Strawman II on
                    State Mine Waste Management Programs;
                    Volume II: State Reports of Western
                    Governors' Association Mine Waste Task
                    Force States

                    Reports on the impacts of EPA's Strawman II report from the
                    participating states of the Western Governors' Association
                    Mine Waste Task Force.
                    (EPA/530-R-92-008b)               12/21/91

                    Order Number: P892-1QO W4       Order form:
                    Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
                    Fiscal Impacts of EPA's Strawman - II on
                    State Mine Waste Management Programs;
                    Volume III: Appendix: State Reports

                    Reports on the impacts of EPA's Strawman II report from the
                    Interstate Mining Compact Commission, Interstate Coalition
                    on Mine Waste.
                   (EPA/530-R-92-008C)

                    Order Number. P892-1QO 172
12/21/91

OrderForm: NTfS
                   Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and
                   Fiscal Impacts of EPA's Strawman II on
                   State Mine Waste Management Programs
                   (Complete Set)

                   Reports on the projected  regulatory, programmatic, and
                   fiscal impacts of EPA's Strawman II  on  state mine waste
                   management programs. Contains three volumes.
                   (EPA/530-R-92-008)                12/21/91
                    Order Number: P892-190 149
OrderForm: A/773
                   Promoting Source Reduction and
                   Recyclability in the Marketplace

                   Relates the effectiveness of consumer-oriented education
                   programs promoting source reduction and recyclability in
                   the marketplace.  Aims to assist solid waste officials, con-
                   sumer interest groups, manufacturers, and marketing con-
                   sultants  charged with  developing  strategies to  reduce
                   municipal solid waste. Describes campaigns and research
                   and outlines some general principles contributing  to suc-
                   cessful consumer-oriented programs.
                   (EPA/530-SW-89-066)               09/15/89
 Order Number: PB92-190 156
OrderForm: NTIS
                                                   Order Number. PB9&163 122
                                                   OrderForm: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Proposed Additions to Standards for
Hazardous Waste Incineration (40 CFR
264.342 and 264.343); Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3004

Provides support and background information for regula-
tions issued under Section 3004, RCRA, regarding proposed
additions to standards for hazardous waste incineration.
                                12/15/80

.QrdeF.Number: 'fiBB&M&OZt    	Qfder.Form: NTฎ..
                    Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and
                    Acid-Generating Wastes Generated by the
                    Mining and Benef iciating Industries, and
                    the Potentials for Contaminant Release

                    Documents the initial phases of human exposure and eco-
                    logical  impact assessment of mining  and benefication
                    wastes bearing cyanides or generating acids. Data regarding
                    waste quantities, with limited information on cyanide concen-
                    trations and the potential for acid formation of wastes, were
                    extracted and summarized.
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-025)              06/27/86

                    OrderNumber PB$621&3&1/A$.. \ Order Form; NTJ$.,
Proposed Sampling and Analytical
Methodologies for Addition to Test
Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical Methods (Second
Edition)

Lists proposed addenda to  EPA's Test Methods Manual of
analytical methods.  Includes various techniques to charac-
terize samples of waste, ground water, and stack emissions.
Methods test for properties such as organic and inorganic
content, corrosivity, radioactivity, and total oil and grease.
(SW-846)                         01/01/84
 Order Number:-PB8&1Q3 026
.Order Form: NT1S
Protocol for Evaluating Interim Status
Closure/Postclosure Plans

Provides format for evaluating the quality of interim status
closure and postclosure plans approved by states and EPA
regions. Checklist and guidance provided can be valuable to
EPA and state agency staff responsible for reviewing closure
and postclosure plans.
                                08/15/86
 Order Number; PB8t-m3l5
Order Form; NW
                    Questions and Answers on Land Disposal
                    Restrictions for Solvents and Dioxins

                    Summarizes frequently asked questions and appropriate re-
                    sponses concerning land disposal restrictions for the final
                    rule for solvents and dioxins. Answers reflect land disposal
                    prohibition requirements covered by federal rules promul-
                    gated on November 7,1986.
                                                   05/15/87

                    Order Number; Ef>W$$(}$W-$?-020\ Order Form:
Questions and Answers on the Land
Disposal Restrictions Program (Brochure)

Gives background information on frequently asked questions
about land disposal restrictions.
                                11/15/86

 Order Number: EPA/53Q*SW-86-0$7\  Order Form: OSW


Questions and Answers Regarding the
July 14, 1986, Hazardous Waste Tank
System Regulatory Amendments

Answers questions concerning compliance or implementa-
tion of Subpart J requirements. Topics include the applicabil-
ity of requirements, integrity  assessments,  design and
operation requirements, secondary containment, and closure
and postclosure care.
                                10/02/87
                     Order Number:
                                                                                   Order Form; OSW
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity Study; Final
Report; Compound: Isobutyl Alcohol

Evaluates toxicity of isobutyl alcohol in rat subchronictoxicity
study. Reveals that oral administration of the compound pro-
duces treatment-related  effects at a dose level  of  1,000
mg/kg/day, which produces hypoactivity and lowered weight
gain in males.
(EPA/530-SW-88-015)               07/30/85
 Order Number PB8&-17S 177
Order Form: A/77S
RCRA Corrective Action Interim Measures
Guidance; Interim Final

Provides technical framework for development of Corrective
Action Orders and corrective action permit requirements. As-
sists regions and states to perform corrective action interim
measures to  mitigate or remove an exposure threat  pre-
sented by releases.
                                 06/15/88
RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI)
Guidance; Interim Final; Volume I:
Development of an RFI Work Plan and
General Considerations for RCRA Facility
Investigations; Volume II: Soil,
Groundwater, and Subsurface Gas
Releases; Volume III: Air and Surface
Water Releases; Volume IV:  Case Study
Examples

Provides guidance to regulatory agency personnel on over-
seeing owners or operators of hazardous waste manage-
ment facilities conducting the second phase of the RCRA
Corrective Action Program, a RCRA Facility  Investigation
(RFI). The purpose of a RFI is to obtain information to fully
characterize  nature, extent, and rate of migration of release
of  hazardous waste or constituents.  An RFI also is con-
ducted to interpret information and determine whether cor-
rective measures may be necessary. Four-volume document.
(EPA/530-SW-89-031)                05/15/89
 Order Number: \ฃPA/53&SW-8&029  Order Form: OSW      Order Number: PB89-2QQ Z&9
                                                     Ord&rForm: NT1S
RCRA Corrective Action Plan; Interim Final

Assists regions and states direct corrective action programs.
Provides technical framework for the development of Correc-
tive Action Orders and corrective action permit requirements.
                                 06/15/88

 Order Number: }ฃPA/53(>SW-3&028  Order Form: OBW
RCRA Environmental Indicators; FY 1991
Progress Report and Implementation Plan
for the Future

Establishes environmental indicators to measure progress in
the RCRA program and develops a long-term strategy for re-
porting indicators. Describes indicators for waste minimiza-
tion, safe management, and corrective action.
                                01/15/92

                                Order Form: O&W
RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance

Provides guidance to the Office of Solid Waste in conducting
RCRA facility assessments. Replaces 8/85 draft guidance
with revisions made to reflect developments in the implemen-
tation of the RCRA corrective action program. Also clarifies
the definition of solid waste management unit.
(EPA/530-SW-86-053)               10/09/86
                    RCRA Final Authorization Guidance
                    Manual

                    Establishes a process and schedule for final authorization of
                    state hazardous waste programs. Provides early review steps
                    for  state  statutes,  allowing time for necessary program
                    changes.
                    (EPA/SW-862)                     06/10/83

                     Order Number: PB87-155 057/AS   Order Form: NTIS
                    RCRA Groundwater Monitoring
                    Compliance Order Guidance

                    Guides state and regional enforcement officials in develop-
                    ing  administrative orders to  address RCRA ground-water
                    monitoring violations at interim status land disposal facilities.
                    Promotes  the development of orders that  correct interim
                    status violations in a manner consistent with the permitting
                    process.
                                                    08/01/85
                                                     Order Number: PB87-19371QI
                                                     Order Form* NTIS
            v! PB8?~W ?m
Order Form:
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Technical
Enforcement Guidance Document (TEGD)
(Final)

Describes the essential components of a ground-water moni-
toring system to meet goals of RCRA. Assists enforcement
officials, permit writers, field inspectors, and attorneys at fed-
eral and state levels regarding the adequacy of existing or
proposed ground-water monitoring systems or modifications.
(EPA/530-SW-86-055)               09/15/86

 Order Number; PB87-W7 7$1/A$    OrderForm: NT($
RCRA Guidance Document: Land
Treatment

Presents land treatment design and operating specifications
that comply with appropriate sections of regulations. Topics
include treatment demonstration requirements, design and
operating requirements, unsaturated  zone monitoring re-
quirements, and closure and postclosure requirements.
                                 10/06/82

 Order Number: P807-T55 065/AS    Order Form: NTIS
RCRA Guidance Document: Landfill
Design, Liner Systems, and Final Cover;
Draft

Presents landfill design specifications that comply with perti-
nent regulations aimed at eliminating the escape of leachate
from landfills. Requires landfills to come as close to total con-
tainment as possible during the operating life of a facility. Af-
ter closure, leachate formation and escape is minimized as
best achieved by current technology.
                                 07/01/82

 Order Number: P887-157 6S7/A$    Order Form; NTf$
RCRA Guidance Document: Surface
Impoundments, Liner Systems, Final
Cover, and Free Board Control; Draft

Provides technical guidance for surface impoundment liner
systems, final cover, and freeboard control.
                                 11/15/86

 Order Number: PB87-157 665/AS    Order Form NTIS
RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart G
Closure and Postclosure Care Standards
and Subpart H Cost Estimating
Requirements

Assists regions and  states with implementation of closure
and postclosure care and cost estimate regulations. Helps
owners and operators prepare plans and cost estimates to
satisfy regulations. Discusses site-specific factors that may af-
fect closure and postclosure care activities and provides clo-
sure and  postclosure checklists to assist in preparing and
reviewing plans.
(EPA/530-SW-87-010)               01/15/87

 Order Number: PB87-158 978/AS ;   Order Form: NTIS
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1987

Provides guidance to regions and states for implementing
RCRA Subtitle C Program  in FY  1987 Identifies priorities
such as permitting  land disposal facilities by the statutory
deadline,  ensuring  proper  closure of  facilities, enforcing
against ground-water monitoring violators, permitting of new
treatment  and RD&D units, and conducting required inspec-
tions.
(EPA/OSWER9420.00-1)             05/19/86

 Order Number: PB87-T57673/AS"" "Order Form: NTtS"


RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1988

Provides guidance on implementing RCRA Subtitle C pro-
gram and provides framework for  determining priorities at
national and state levels. Identifies the priorities necessary to
meet 1988 and 1989 permitting deadlines, to process permit
modifications, new treatment and R&D  unit permits, to ad-
dress environmentally significant closures, and to perform in-
spections  as mandated by statute and Agency policy.
(EPA/530-SW-91-039)               03/31/87
 Order Number: PBQ1-15667.9
.OrderForm: N77S
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1989

Outlines EPA's environmental program for FY 1989. Provides
guidance  on implementing  RCRA Subtitle C program and
provides framework for determining priorities based on envi-
ronmental benefits.
(EPA/530-SW-91-040)               04/05/88
                                                      Order Number: PB91-158687
                                 Order Form: NTIS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1990

Outlines EPA's environmental program for FY 1990. Provides
an overview of the Agency's national program strategies and
priorities for permitting, enforcement, cleanup, and other ac-
tivities for FY 1990. Includes activities in the Strategic Plan-
ning and Management System.
(EPA/530-SW-91-041)                04/15/89
 Order Number: t>B91~iS6$95
OrderForm: NTIS
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1991

Outlines EPA's environmental program for FY 1991. Provides
an overview of the main objectives of EPA's national pro-
grams and initiatives to prevent pollution,  improve manage-
ment, strengthen enforcement, foster greater public involvement,
and bolster science.
(EPA/530-SW-91-042)                04/15/90
 Order Number; PB91-211S39
OrderForm: A/77-S
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1992

Provides an overview of the main objectives of the national
RCRA solid and  hazardous waste management  program.
Identifies the priority activities tracked in the Strategic Tar-
geted Activities for Results (STARS), and addresses resource
allocations for the upcoming fiscal year.
(EPA/530-SW-91-023)               05/15/91

                                 OrderForm: NTIS
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal
Year 1993

Sets forth RCRA priority activities and measures for its solid
and hazardous waste  management  program. Updates the
1992 version by incorporating many changes and clarifica-
tions that states have suggested.
                                  4/15/92

               EPA/330-^9^017 \  Order Form: OSW
RCRA Liability Coverage for Bodily Injury
and Property Damage Survey Results

Presents results of the 1988 survey of facilities required to
comply with third party liability coverage requirements for
bodily injury and property damage pursuant to RCRA. Deter-
mines whether firms owning or operating RCRA facilities that
treat, store, or dispose of hazardous wastes, encounter diffi-
culty in obtaining financial assurance mechanisms to comply
with requirements.
(EPA/530-SW-89-043)                09/15/89
RCRA Orientation Manual: 1990 Edition

Provides introductory information  on  solid and  hazardous
waste management programs under the Resource Conser-
vation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Written for those unfamiliar
with RCRA, outlines basic framework of regulatory program
for new EPA and state employees,  those new to RCRA, and
others interested in the Act. Updates original manual issued
in 1986.
(EPA/530-SW-90-036)                08/01/90

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RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
Package; Revision I

Provides references for regional and state permit writers on
permitting policies and procedures. Update package in-
cludes entire new Volume 1. Users' Guide and Key Word In-
dex;  plus  reference  memoranda,  letters, Office of  Solid
Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) Directives, and
RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly summaries from October
1, 1990, through  December 31,  1991. The documents are
separated by the  original index volume numbers (2-11) and
numbered so as to be inserted at the end of the appropriate
sections within each volume. The update package also in-
cludes new spines and  covers for the existing binders and
the new index on computer disk.
(EPA/530-R-92-018)                 04/15/92
 Order Number; PB92-182&18
Order Form; NW
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 1:
User's Guide, Keyword Index

Assists user in identifying and locating relevant documents in
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium through  key word index.
Lists documents relevant to topic, identified by title, docu-
ment number, and date. Groups related topics and cross ref-
erences  topics that  may be  relevant.  Summaries  of
documents that had been included in original Compendium
have been deleted. Index also available on 3-1/2" diskette
using Dbase III Plus.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062A)             08/15/91
 Prefer Number: PB92-111 71S
Order fbrfn: NTfS
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2
(9420.1980 - 9434.1990): Hazardous Waste
Management System (Part 260) - General,
Definitions, Petitions

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to Hazardous Waste
Management  Systems topics. Correspondence from  1984-
1989 is organized chronologically within subject categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062B)             08/15/91
                    RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 3
                    (9441.1980 - 9441.1986):  Identification and
                    Listing of Hazardous Waste (Part 261) -
                    General

                    Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
                    mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
                    maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification and
                    listing of hazardous waste topics.  Correspondence from
                    1980-1986,   organized   chronologically   within   subject
                    categories.
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-062C)              08/15/91

                    Order Numbed PBQ&1 11 ?31.	J'
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 4
(9441.1987 - 9441.1990): Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste (Part 261) -
General

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries, letters,  memos, and responses to identification and
listing of hazardous waste topics.  Correspondence from
1987-1990  is  organized  chronologically  within  subject
categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062D)             08/15/91
                     Order'Number: \PB92~111 749
                                Order form: NTi$
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 5
(9442.1980 - 9444.1986):  Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste (Part 261)
- Criteria for Identifying Hazardous Waste,
Characteristics of Hazardous Waste, Lists
of Hazardous Waste

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
mit policy. Includes  RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification and
listing of hazardous waste  topics. Correspondence from
1983-1986  is  organized chronologically within subject
categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062E)             08/15/91
 Order Number: P892-J7? ?23
Order form: NTtB
 Order Number: PB92-111 766
Order farm: NT)S
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                      n
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 6
(9444.1987 - 9457.1990): Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste (Part 261) -
Lists of Hazardous Waste (Con't.J;
Generator Standards (Part 262) - General,
Pretransportation, Recordkeeping, Special
Conditions,  Importing
Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries, letters, memos, and responses to identification and
listing  of hazardous waste topics. Correspondence from
1984-1990  is  organized  chronologically within  subject
categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062F)             08/15/91
                   RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
                   (9483.1980 - 9489.1990): TSDF Technical
                   Requirements (Parts 264 and 265) -
                   Tanks, Surface Impoundments, Waste
                   Piles, Land Treatment, Landfills,
                   Incinerators, Miscellaneous Units
                   Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
                   mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
                   maries, letters, memos, and responses to TSDF technical
                   requirements,  tanks,  surface  impoundments, waste  piles,
                   land  treatment,  landfills,  incinerators,  and  miscellaneous
                   units. Correspondence from 1983-1990 is organized chrono-
                   logically within subject categories.
                   (EPA/530-SW-91-062H)             08/15/91
 Order Number:
['OrderForm; NT)S:
 Order Number PB92-11J 780
Order Form: AK77S
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7
(9460.1980 - 9482.1990):  Transporter
Standards (Part 263) - Manifests,
Recordkeeping; Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities (TSDFs) (Parts 264 and
265) - Standards, Preparedness and
Prevention,  Contingency Plan,
Manifests/Recordkeeping, Closure/Post
Closure, Financial Responsibility; TSDF
Technical Requirements (Parts 264 and
265) - Groundwater Standards,
Management of Containers
Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries,  letters,   memos,  and  responses to transporter
standards, contingency plans, TSDF technical requirements,
ground-water  standards, management of containers,  and
more. Correspondence from 1983-1990 is organized chrono-
logically within subject categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062G)            08/15/91
 Order Number: PB&111772
 OrcterForm; NTIS
                   RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 9
                   (9490.1980 - 9521.1990): Standards for
                   Managing Specific Hazardous Wastes
                   (Part 266) - Recyclable Materials, Waste
                   Burned for Energy Recovery; Permitting
                   Policies - Priorities, Corrective Action,
                   Special Permitting, Compliance and
                   Enforcement, Public Participation;
                   Permitting Procedures (Parts 124 and 270)
                   - General
                   Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
                   mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
                   maries,  letters, memos, and  responses to standards for
                   managing specific wastes, permitting policies, and permit-
                   ting procedures. Correspondence from  1982-1990 is organ-
                   ized chronologically within subject categories.
                   (EPA/530-SW-91-062I)              08/15/91
                    Order Number: PB92-111
                              Order Form;
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
10 (9522.1980 - 9528.1990):  Permitting
Procedures (Parts 124 and 270) -
Applications, Conditions, Changes, Interim
Status

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries,  letters, memos,  and responses to permitting
procedures, including applications, conditions, changes, and
interim status. Correspondence from 1984-1990 is organized
chronologically within subject categories.
(EPA/530-SW-91-062J)             08/15/91
                                                 Order Number: PB&2-111806
                                                 Order Form: NTtS
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.

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             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume
11 (9530.1980 - 9581.1990): Air Emission
Standards; State Authorization (Part 271);
Land Disposal Restrictions (Part 268);
Waste Minimization; Subtitle  D - Mining
Wastes, State Programs, Municipal Waste
Combustion, Household Hazardous Waste;
RCRA Grant Funds

Compiles related OSWER directives dealing with RCRA per-
mit policy. Includes RCRA/Superfund Hotline monthly sum-
maries,  letters, memos,  and  responses  to  permitting
procedures, including applications, conditions, changes, and
interim status. Correspondence from 1984-1990 is organized
chronologically within subject categories.
                               08/15/91

 Qreteir Number: PB82-111814       Order Form: NTlS
RCRA Permit Quality Protocol; Draft

Assists permit writers in drafting or reviewing hazardous
waste facility permits. Provides checklist of permit condi-
tions, technical and enforceability evaluation for criteria and
guidance. Used to help evaluate completeness and  ade-
quacy of Administrative Record in support of permit condi-
tions.
(EPA/530-SW-90-050)              09/15/88
 Order Number: PB90-211 004
Order Form: NTl$
RCRA Personnel Training Guidance for
Owners or Operators of Hazardous Waste
Management Facilities

Provides guidance to owners and operators or other facility
personnel concerning the design and implementation of per-
sonnel training  programs.  Information provided  concerns
generating training programs with specific recommendations
made concerning training modules appropriate to hazardous
waste management training.
(EPA/SW-915)                    09/01/80
 Order Number: PB87-W3348
Order Form: NTfS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1982 (Complete Set)

Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Summa-
rizes the number of requests and describes hotline staff pro-
jects. For specific question topics, see: RCRA/Superfund
Monthly Hotline Report: 1982-1990 Index
(EPA/530-SW-82-001)              12/15/82
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   June 1982
                   (EPA/530-SW-82-001A)

                   Ord&r Number: PB92-130137-
                               06/15/82

                               Otdefftom NTtS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   July 1982
                   (EPA/530-SW-82-001B)

                   Order Number PB92-130 14S
                               07/15/82

                               Order Form-. NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   August 1982
                   (EPA/530-SW-82-001C)

                   Orator Number: PB92-13Q W2
                               08/15/82

                               Order Form: NT}$
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   September 1982
                   (EPA/530-SW-82-001D)

                   Order Number; PB92-130
                               09/15/82

                               Order Form; NTi$
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1982

(EPA/530-SW-82-001E)             10/15/82

 Order Number: PB92-13Q 17&   \  .  Order Form: NTฎ
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   November 1982
                   (EPA/530-SW-82-001F)

                    Order Number: PB92-130 186
                               11/15/82

                               Order Form: NJ1S
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1982
                   (EPA/530-SW-82-001G)

                    Order Number: PB92-13Q194
                               12/15/82

                               Order Form: NTiS
 Order Number: PB32-130129
Order Form: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1983 (Complete Set)

Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Summa-
rizes the number of requests and describes hotline staff pro-
jects. Also lists new Federal Registers. For specific question
topics, see: RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report: 1982-
1990 Index (EPA/530-SW-91-094)
(EPA/530-SW-83-001)              12/15/83
 Order M/mber: PB92-13Q2G2
\ Order Form: NTIS \
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001A)

 Order Number: PB92-13Q2tQ
 01/15/83

I Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1983
(EPA/530-SW-S3-001B)

 Order Humbert PB92-130228
 02/15/83

 OrderFom: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001C)

 Order Number: F-B92-13Q23&
 03/15/83

 OrderForm: NTiS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1983

(EPA/530-SW-83-001D)             04/15/83

 Oxter Member' PB92-i36244      ; Order Form: NT&


RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1983

(EPA/530-SW-83-001E)             05/15/83

 Order Number; PB92-1302S1      \ Order Form: NJ1S
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
June 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001F)

 Order Number: ฃ392-130269
 06/15/83

 Order Form: NTtS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   July 1983
                   (EPA/530-SW-83-001G)

                    Order Number: PB92-13027?
                              07/15/83

                              Order Form: NTiS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   August 1983
                                                (EPA/530-SW-83-001H)

                                                 Order Number. PB92-13Q2$a
                                                 08/15/83

                                                 Order Form; NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1983
                                                (EPA/530-SW-83-001I)

                                                 Order Number: PB92-13Q293
                                                 09/15/83

                                                 Order Form: NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   October 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001J)             10/15/83

 Order Number. PB92-130301       Order Form:
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   November 1983
(EPA/530-S W-83-001K)

 Order Number: PB92-130 319
11/15/83

Order From: NTtS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   December 1983
                   (EPA/530-SW-83-001L)             12/15/83

                    Order Number PB92-130 32?      Order Form:
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   1984 (Complete Set)

                   Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Includes
                   new publications,  Federal Register summaries, and call
                   analyses. For specific topics, see: RCRA/Superfund Monthly
                   Hotline Report: 1982-1990 Index (EPA/530-SW-91-094).
                   (EPA/530-SW-84-017)              12/15/84
                                                 Order Number PB92~t3Q33S
                                                 Order Form: NTtS
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1984

(EPA/530-SW-84-017A)            01/15/84

 Order Number: PB92-13Q&43.      OrderForm: NTtS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               September 1984
                                               (EPA/530-SW-84-017I)

                                                Order Humbert PB&2-J3Q 426
                                                09/15/84

                                                Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017B)

 Order Number; PB92-W0350
02/15/84

Order Form: NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  October 1984
                                               (EPA/530-SW-84-017J)

                                                Order Numbet PB92-130434
10/15/84

Order Form; A/775
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017C)

 Order Number: PB92-13Q368
03/15/84

Order Form: NTiS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  November 1984
                                               (EPA/530-SW-84-017K)

                                                Order Number: PB92-130442
11/15/84

OrderForm: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017D)

 Order Number: PB92-13037G
04/15/84

:OrderForm: NTfS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  December 1984
                                               (EPA/5305 W-84-017L)

                                                Order Number: PB92-130459
12/15/84

Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017E)

 Order. Number: PB92-130 384
05/15/84

Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
June 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017F)

 Order Number: PB$2-130 3dS
06/15/84

Order Form:: NTfS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017G)

 Order Number: PB92-130 400
07/15/84

Order Form: NTfS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017H)

 Order Number: P&92-130 418
08/15/84

Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               1985 (Complete Set)

                                               Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Includes
                                               new  publications, Federal Register  summaries, and call
                                               analyses. Summarizes  Hotline activities along with activities
                                               at Superfund Information Services in Region 2 and Region 9.
                                               For specific topics, see: RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline
                                               Report: 1982-1990 Index (EPA/530-SW-91-094).
                                               (EPA/530-SW-85-036)              12/15/85
                                                Order Number: PB92-130 4&7.
Order Form: NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  January 1985
                                               (EPA/530-SW-85-036A)

                                                Order Number: PB92-130475
01/15/85

Order Form:, NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  February 1985
                                               (EPA/530SW-85-036B)

                                                Order Number. PB92-130483
02/15/85

Order Form: NTIS
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
76

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RCRA/Superf und Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036C)
 Order Number; PB92~1W 491
  03/15/85
  OrderForm: NW
                    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                    November 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036K)
 Order Number, PB92~130$74 ;
11/15/85
OrderForm: NTฎ
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036D)
 Order Number; PB9S-130609
  04/15/85
:-  Order Form; NTtS
                    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                    December 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036L)
 Order Number. PB92-m 5B2
12/15/85
Order Form: INTI$
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036E)
 Ortfer Number: PB92-13051T
  05/15/85
  OrderForm: N71S
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
June 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036F)
 Order Number: PB92-130525
  06/15/85
  Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036G)
 Order Number: PB92-130$33
  07/15/85
  Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036H)
 Order Number: PB92-13Q$41
  08/15/85
  Order Form: A/773
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036I)
 Order Number: PB92-130558
  09/15/85
  Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036J)
 Order Number: PB92-130566
  10/15/85
  Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1986 (Complete Set)
Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Includes
new publications,  Federal Register summaries, and  call
analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific topics,
see: RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report: 1982-1990
Index (EPA/530-SW-91-094).
(EPA/53OSW-86-062)             12/15/86
                                                Order Number;. PB92-13Q 590
                                                 Order Form: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               January 1986
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-062A)
                    Order Number: PB92-130 $08
                             01/15/86
                             Order Form: -NTtS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               February 1986
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-062B)
                    Order Number. PB92-13Q
                             02/15/86
                             Order Form: \NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062C)            03/15/86
 Order Number; PB92-130&24 \     Order Form:. NTtS

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062D)
 Order Number: PB92-13Q632 I
04/15/86
Order Form: NTtS
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062E)
I Order Number: PB9&130 640
05/15/86
Order ForrfK NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
June 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062F)
 Order Number; PB&-130 657
06/15/86
Order Form: NT1$
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062G)
I Order Number: PB82-130 665
07/15/86
OrderForm: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062H)
 Order Number; PB92-t306T$
08/15/86
OrderForm: NTt$
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062I)
 \OrderNumbef: PB92-130681
09/15/86
OrderForm: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1987 (Complete Set)
Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Includes
new publications, Federal Register summaries, and  call
analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific topics,
see: RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline Report:  1982-1990
Index (EPA/530-SW-91-094).
(EPA/530SW-87-032)             12/15/87
                                                Order Number:! PB92ซ 130 723
                                               . OrderForm: NTIS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               January 1987
                  (EPA/53OSW-87-032A)
                   Order Number: PB92-130 731.
                             01/15/87
                             OrderForm: NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  February 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032B)
 Order Number: IPB92-130 749
02/15/87
OrderForm: NTiS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  March 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032C)
 Order Number; IPB92-130 75$
03/15/87
OrderForm: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062J)
 Order Number: PB92-t3Q$99
10/15/86
OrderForm: NT)S
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  April 1987
(EPA/530SW-87-032D)
 Order Number: PB92-130 764
04/15/87
OrderForm: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062K)
 Order Number: PB92-13Q7Q7
11/15/86
OrderForm: NTIS
                  RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                  May 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032E)
 Order Number: FB92-13Q 772
05/15/87
OrderForm: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062L)
 Order Number: PBte-130715
12/15/86
OrderForm: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
June 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032F)             06/15/87
 Order Number: PB92-13Q 780    .   OrderForm:
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                          Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032G)
 Order Number: 'PG&2-13&788..'
  07/15/87
'  'Order Form: NTB
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056A)            01/15/88
 Orde/ A/umtk: PB92-18Q &$$ '4 • .... • Order formt
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032H)            08/15/87
 Order Number; PB92*130806   4 frderFprm; NTฎ
                    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                    February 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056B)
 Order Nti'mber:
                                                 02/15/88
                                                 •O^dWForm; 'NTฎ
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032I)
 Order Number: PB92-130814
  09/15/87
  Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032J)
 Order Number; PBQ2-13G822
  10/15/87
  Order Form; NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032K)
 Order Number: PB92~13Q$30
  11/15/87
  OrderForm: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032L)
 Order Number;
  12/15/87
:  Order Form; NT&
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1988 (Complete Set)
Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Includes
new publications,  Federal Register summaries, and call
analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific topics,
see: RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report: 1982-1990
Index (EPA/530-SW-91-094).
(EPA/530-SW-88-056)             12/15/88
 Order Number;
  Order Form;
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056C)             03/15/88
 Order Number, PB9&30 889 \  .  .. Order Form; NTIS

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1988
(EPA/530SW-88-056D)             04/15/88
 Order Afortibje/* PB92-130 897 •}•:     Order.Form: NTIS

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1988
                                               (EPA/530-SW-88-056E)
                                                Order Number: PB92-13Q9Q&
                                                 05/15/88
                                                 Order Form: !NW
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
June 1988
                                               (EPA/53&SW-88-056F)
                                                Order Number:
                                                 06/15/88
                                                 Orderform; NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
July 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056G)             07/15/88
 Order Number. PB92-13Q 921 ':  '....;  Order jFotm: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1988
                                               (EPA/53OSW-88-056H)
                                                Order Number: PB&2-iaa.S39
                                                 08/15/88
                                                 Order Form:
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
                                                                                        79

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            Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056I)

 Order Number: P&&2-13fy4? ..:.
                             09/15/88
                                      : NTtS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               March 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075C)

 Order Number: PB$2~m oio
                             03/15/89
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056J)

 Order Number; F&&3 39954-
                             10/15/88

                           , Itetef Form; NTfS'
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               April 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075D)

,Qrder Number;] P8&2-131
                             04/15/89

                          ,.;. : Order f^Fm;
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056K)

! Order Number;
                             11/15/88
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               May 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075E)

 Order Number:' PB92-131 036
                             05/15/89
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056L)            1 2/ 1 5/88

 Order Number: PB92-130 97Q : V. ,  :: Qrd&r JPfertit
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               June 1989
                                               (EPA/530-SW-89-075F)             06/15/89

                                                Order Number: PB92431 044      Order Form:
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1989 (Complete Set)

Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Includes
new publications, Federal Register summaries, and call
analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific topics,
see: RGRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline Report: 1982-1990
Index (EP/V530-SW-91-094).
(EPA/530-SW-89-075)             12/15/89
 Order Number:
                             Qrder Forfn: NTฎ
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075A)

 lOrder Number: PB92-13D996
                             01/15/89

                             Ord&Fdrm: NTiS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075B)

 :0rder Number: :P&G&i&l 002 •
                             02/15/89

                                  orm: A/77S
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               July 1989
                             07/15/89
                                               (EPA/530-SW-89-075G)

                                                Order Number:' P892-131 051
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
August 1989

(EPA/530-SW-89-075H)            08/15/89

 Order Number; PB92*m 0$$  .. j   Order Form; NTK


RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1989

(EP/V530-SW-89-075I)             09/15/89

 Order Number: PB92~13i 077     : Ord&,Foim:. NT&

RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1989

(EPA/53&SW-89-075J)             10/15/89

 Order Number: \PB92~131 Q$5     . Order Form:
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
80

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                                                          Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075K)
 Order Number:
                    V93
 11/15/89
i:OrderForm:'NW
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               May 1990
(EPA/530SW-90-090E)
           K PB92-W 168
05/15/90
Order Form: NTiB
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075L)
 Order Number;
                    101
 12/15/89
; Order Form: NTJS I
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               June 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090F)            06/15/90
 Order Number. PB92-i'3i 17$:  \    Order Form:
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1990 (Complete Set)
Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Includes
new publications, Federal Register summaries, and call
analyses. Summarizes Hotline activities. For specific topics,
see: RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline Report: 1982-1990
Index (EPA/530-SW-91-094).
(EPA/530-SW-90-090)             12/15/90
 Order Humbert PB92-131119
                             Order Form: NTtS'
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090A)
 Order Number: P&9&131127
                             01/15/90
                            i Order Form; NW
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090B)
 OrderNumber: P&92-131 135
                             02/15/90
                            : Order Form: NTl$
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090C)
 OrderNumber: PB92-131143
                             03/15/90
                            ; Order Form: NTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090D)            04/15/90
 Order Number: PB92-131150      Order Form: NT{$
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   July 1990
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-090G)            07/15/90
                   Order Humber, PB92-131 184  \    Order Form: NTtS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   August 1990
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-090H)            08/15/90
                   Order Aibmfxr PB92-1311&2  \    OrtierForm: NTf$

                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   September 1990
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-090I)             09/15/90
                   Order Number: PB92-131200  '•    Order Form: NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   October 1990
                   (EPA/530SW-90-090J)
                   Order Number PB92-131 218
                             10/15/90
                             Order Form: NTIS
                   RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                   November 1990
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-090K)            11/15/90
                   Order Numbefl PB92~131226  •    Order Form: NTiS
                                               RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                                               December 1990
                                               (EPA/53^SW-90-090L)
                                                Order Number: PB92-131234  :
                                                                            12/15/90
                                                                            Order Form: NTIS
                   For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.

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             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
1991 (Complete Set)
Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Includes
new publications.  Federal Register summaries, and call
analyses. For specific topics, see: RCRA/Superfund Monthly
Hotline Report: 1991 Index (EPA/530-SW-91-093M).
(EPA/53(^SW-91-093)              12/15/91
 Order Number: m^tel^:  '   ', Order Form: .NTfB.
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093A)
 Order Number; PB$2ปi$i"k$&
 01/15/91
::QrderForm;' NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093B)
 Order Number: PB92-131
 02/15/91
.: Order Form: JV7/S
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093C)
 Order Number: PB92~1$1W&
 03/15/91
 I Order Form: NW
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093D)
 Order Number; PB92~i$12$3
 04/15/91
 \Ofder Fbrm NTfS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093E)
 Order Number; PB92-131291
 05/15/91
 Order Form: MTIS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
June 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093F)             06/15/91
 Order Number: P&92~131309  ]•,   Order form: NTIS
                    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                    July 1991
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-093G)
                    Order Number: PB92-J3J 317
                              07/15/91
                              Order Form: NTtS
                    RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
                    August 1991
                    (EPA/530SW-91-093H)
                    Order Number: PB92-13132$  .-'.
                              08/15/91
                              Order Form; NTJS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
September 1991
                    (EPA/530SW-91-093I)
                    Order Number: PB92-131 333
                              09/15/91
                              Order Form:: NT13
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
October 1991
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-093J)
                    Order Number: PB92-131341.
                              10/15/91
                              Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
November 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093K)             11/15/91
 Order Number: PB92-131 $$8 . \    Order Form; •
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
December 1991
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-093L)
                    Order Number: PB92-131 366
                              12/15/91
                              Order Form: A/77S
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Reports,
1992 (Complete Set)
Contains significant and frequently asked questions. Includes
new publications, Federal  Register summaries, and  call
analyses. Sold on a subscription basis by NTIS. Monthly is-
sues also sold individually by NTIS. Refer to monthly hotline
entries for NTIS numbers for individual issues.
                                                 (EPA/530-R-92-014)
                                                 Order Number: PB9&922 400
                                                  12/15/92
                                                  Order Form;-NW
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
82

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                                                               Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
January 1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014a)

 Order Number:
01/15/92

'•OrderForm: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
February 1992
02/15/92
         : A/773
(EPA/530-R-92-014b)

 Order Number: PB&2-&22 402
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
March 1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014C)

 Order Number: P&9S-922 403
03/15/92

Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
April 1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014d)

 Order Number PB92-9224D4
04/15/92

Order Form: NTtS
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,
May 1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014e)

 Order Number PB92-9224Q5
05/15/92

Order Form: NTI3
RCRA/Superfund/OUST Hotline (Brochure)

Describes the services of the RCRA/Superfund/OUST hot-
line which responds to inquiries from the public and the
regulated community about regulations developed under the
Solid Waste  Disposal Act, as amended by the Hazardous
and Solid Waste Amendments, and the Comprehensive Envi-
ronmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act.
                                05/15/92

 Order Number: EPA/530F-Q2-004    Order Form: OSW
Reactivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.23);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001	

Explains the Agency's definition of reactive wastes, discusses
the comments received on the proposed definition of reac-
tive waste, and the subsequent changes made.
                                05/01/80
                                                   .OrderNumber: PB81-184988
                                                   Ofder-Form: NflS
Recycle Today!  Educational Materials for
Grades K-12  (Brochure)

Encourages children to recycle and conserve materials. Con-
tains free educational materials (curriculum guide, how-to
handbook, comic book, and poster).  Available to teachers
from kindergarten through 12th grade.
                                04/15/90
                    OrderNumber.
                                                                                   QrdefForm: O$W
Recycle: You Can Make a Ton of
Difference (Brochure)

Introduces the national recycling campaign by providing an
overview of solid waste problems and recycling solutions.
                                04/15/92

 Order Number, ฃPA/53Of-92-003.   Order Form? O$W


Recycling in Federal Agencies

Describes the rationale behind recycling and mentions vari-
ous government agencies' recycling programs such as EPA's
In-House Recycling Program, the  GSA Federal Recycling
Program, and Recycling in the National Parks.  Describes
various handbooks and publications available to federal of-
fices and bureaus from EPA.
                                10/15/90

 Order M/mbe/i ฃPA/5$Q*SW-90~082  Order Form: QSW
                    Recycling Used Oil:  10 Steps to Change
                    Your Oil

                    Gives step-by-step advice about changing automobile oil and
                    disposing of used oil by recycling. Provides an EPA informa-
                    tion number for information about setting up local programs.
                                                   06/15/89

                    Order Number: EPA/S3&SW-8&Q39C Order Form: OSW
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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              Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Recycling Used Oil: For Service Stations
and Other Vehicle-Service Facilities

Instructs service station owners about recycling used auto-
mobile oil, with a list of seven suggestions. Includes the EPA
Hotline number for recycling information.
                                 06/15/89

 Order Nurrdper; •. EPty530$M&&039D Order Form: QSVV;..


Recycling Used Oil: What Can You Do?

Describes how used automobile oil can affect fresh water
and pollute natural resources. Mentions statistics about recy-
cling oil. For example, recycling used oil would save 1.3 mil-
lion barrels per day  in the United  States. Step-by-step
instructions for recycling used oil are given as well as an EPA
information number for information about setting up local
programs.
                                 06/15/89

 Order Number: ElPA/53Q$W~a&rj39B Order Form:. QSW|


Recycling Works! State and Local
Solutions to Solid Waste Management
Problems

Examines the economic and environmental necessity for re-
covering, reusing, and recycling materials from MSW.  Exam-
ples of state and municipal recycling programs now in place
are described. Complete listing  of state-level recycling  of-
fices, with addresses and phone numbers, is included.
                                 01/15/89

 Order Number: EPA/S3aSV^89^i4\ Order Form: OSW

Regional Guidance Manual for Selected
Interim Status Requirements (Draft)

Assists regions  in interpreting selected requirements from
the Interim  Status Standards for facilities managing hazard-
ous waste. Provides background information and general
guidance to aid permitting officials in  evaluating responses
to certain interim status regulations.
                                 09/15/80
 Order Number: PB87-W4130
.Order Form:. NTtS:
Regulatory Analysis of RCRA Regulations

Summarizes the regulatory alternatives considered and se-
lected for RCRA Subtitle C Regulations and the impacts of
the regulations. Presents  400  cases of  harmful  conse-
quences from inadequate hazardous waste management.
                                 04/30/80
                     Regulatory Determination:  Landfills and
                     Surface Impoundments Receiving Pulp
                     and Paper Mill Sludge

                     Reports EPA conclusion that dioxin contained in pulp and
                     paper mill sludges disposed of in landfills and surface im-
                     poundments does not pose unreasonable probability of ad-
                     verse effects on  human health and the environment. EPA
                     concludes that further regulation of facilities to reduce poten-
                     tial dioxin-related risks is not warranted.
                                                      10/15/91

                      Order Number: EPfyS3OSW~M77  Order Form:-OBW


                     Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final
                     Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills

                     Analyzes EPA's revisions to Subtitle D criteria for municipal
                     solid waste  landfills. Evaluates hybrid approach relative to
                     four regulatory alternatives in terms of costs, economic im-
                     pacts, impacts  on small entities, health risk, and resource
                     damage.
                     (EPA/530-SW-91-073A)              12/15/90
                      Order Numb&r: PB92-1QQ841
                                  Order Form: NTIS
                     Regulatory Impact Analysis for the
                     Proposed Rulemaking on Corrective Action
                     for Solid Waste Management Units

                     Reports results from the analysis performed in conjunction
                     with the  proposed  rule to require  corrective action for re-
                     leases from  solid waste management units at hazardous
                     waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities. Assesses im-
                     pact of proposed rule on small businesses.  Determines that
                     rule will not have significant impact on substantial numbers
                     of such businesses.
                     (EPA/530-SW-90-081)               06/25/90
                      Order Number; PB91-1Q2QG1
                                 Order Form;  NTIS
Report on Minimum Criteria to Assure
Data Quality

Discusses EPA Quality Assurance (QA) program to ensure
that all data are scientifically valid, defensible, and of known
precision and accuracy.  In addition, data need to be of suffi-
cient known quality to withstand scientific and  legal chal-
lenge relating to the use for which the data were gathered.
                                  12/12/89

 Order Number: EPA/53Q3W-9&021   Order Form: OSW
 Order Number: PB81-181471
Order form: A/77S;
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
84

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Report to Congress on Special Wastes
from Mineral Processing:  Summary and
Findings

Summarizes findings pertaining to special wastes from min-
eral processing.  Includes sources and volumes of materials
generated per year, present disposal and  utilization prac-
tices, the potential danger to health and environment, docu-
mented  and  proved  cases  of danger to  health  and
environment, alternatives to current disposal methods, costs
of alternatives, impacts of alternatives on use of phosphate
rock, uranium ore, and other natural resources, and current
and potential uses of waste materials.
                                 07/15/90
Report to Congress on Special Wastes
from Mineral Processing:  Summary and
Findings; Methods and Analyses;
Appendices

Examines RCRA waste exemption for mineral processing.
Describes events in the rulemaking process and criteria used
by EPA to exempt 20 special wastes from mineral processing
operations. Reports sources and volumes of wastes, includ-
ing present disposal practices, documented cases of danger,
alternatives to current  disposal methods,  costs of alterna-
tives, and impacts of alternatives on natural resources.
(EPA/530-SW-90-070C)             07/15/90
 Otter Number: PBSQ~2$84Q2
. Order Form: NJiS
Report to Congress on the Discharge of
Hazardous Wastes to Publicly Owned
Treatment Works  (The Domestic Sewage
Study)

Evaluates impacts of waste discharged to publicly owned
treatment works (POTWs) as result of Domestic Sewage Ex-
clusion. Contributes to  understanding of relationship be-
tween Clean Water Act, RCRA, and other environmental
legislation, while underscoring importance of coordination at
federal, state, and local level.
(EPA/530-SW-86-004)               02/07/86

 Order Number: F836-184 Q17/AB  :  Order Form: .NTtS
                     Report to Congress on the Minimization of
                     Hazardous Wastes (Complete Set)

                     Provides background on waste minimization and presents
                     data and information on developing national waste minimiza-
                     tion strategy. Reviews options available to encourage more
                     waste minimization at federal  level, including recommenda-
                     tions by EPA. Includes three volumes and appendices.
                     (EPA/530-SW-86-033)               10/15/86
                      Order Number. PB8M U 3S&
                                 Order Form: NTt$
                     Report to Congress on the Minimization of
                     Hazardous Wastes

                     Provides background on waste minimization and presents
                     data and information on developing a national waste minimi-
                     zation strategy. Reviews options available to encourage more
                     waste minimization at federal level, including recommenda-
                     tions by EPA.
                     (EPA/530-SW-86-033A)              10/15/86

                      Order Numb&~: PB$7J 14 336/AS    Order Form: NTfS
Report to Congress on the Minimization of
Hazardous Wastes; Appendices

Presents analysis of impacts of waste minimization options,
and explores circumstances and  conditions that might be
useful for meeting waste  minimization objectives.  Covers
characteristics of each option  including  implementation,
technical effectiveness, and impacts on industry. Provides
general summary and recommendations.
(EPA/530-SW-86-033B)              10/15/86
                      Order Number: PB87-114344
                                 Order Form: NtiS
                     Report to Congress on Waste
                     Minimization: Issues and Options; Volume I

                     Identifies waste minimization practices by industry processes
                     and by major waste stream. Describes factors that promote
                     and inhibit adoption of waste minimization practices by in-
                     dustry and strategies by which waste minimization can be in-
                     creased.
                     (EPA/53OSW-86-041)                10/15/86

                     .Order Number: PB87-1i435l/AS\    Order Form: NTIS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
                                                                                                   85

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             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Report to Congress on Waste Minimization:
Issues and Options; Volume II

Contains Appendix A, Data Bases Used in Study, and Ap-
pendix B, Process Studies.
(EPA/530-SW-86-042)               10/15/86
Order Nurrifer:
W 3&&/AB
                                          NTlS
Report to Congress on Waste
Minimization: Issues and Options;
Volume III

Contains Appendices C through K. Includes Recycling Tech-
nologies and Practices, Northeast Industrial  Waste  Ex-
change's On-Line Computer System,  Conducting  Project
Profitability Analysis, EPA Definition of Solid Waste, Corre-
spondence from EPA on waste minimization activities, Com-
pilation  of  industrial  waste  reduction  cases,  EPA's
Environmental Auditing Policy Statement, Descriptions of 11
state programs, and two proposed regulations on hazardous
waste management by two counties  in California.
(EPA/530-SW-86-043)               10/15/86

 Order Number; PSS7-ff4377/AS    breferFomr NTtS
Report to Congress: EPA Activities and
Accomplishments under the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act: Fiscal
Years 1980-1985

Describes regulatory development and implementation ac-
tivities accomplished during 1980-1985. Documents the de-
velopment of RCRA regulatory programs.
(EPA/530-SW-86-027)               07/15/86
 Order Number: P&8&232 154
             Qrderfvrm: NTfS
Report to Congress: EPA Activities and
Accomplishments under the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act: Fourth
Quarter Fiscal Year 1986 Through Fiscal
Year 1987

Describes activities to carry out the mandates of RCRA and
the Hazardous Solid Waste Amendments (HSWA) of 1984.
Starts with the last quarter of FY 1986 and extends through
the end of FY 1987 Covers several activities undertaken to
satisfy many 1984 provisions for solid waste. Summarizes
contents of each chapter.
                                12/15/87

 Order Number: EPA/53&SW38-007  Order Form.- OSW
Report to Congress: Management of
Hazardous Wastes from Educational
Institutions

Identifies statutory and  regulatory requirements  for educa-
tional institutions to manage hazardous waste. Examines
current  hazardous waste management practices at institu-
tions and identifies possible ways for educational institutions
to improve hazardous waste management.
(EPA/530-SW-89-040)               04/15/89
                                 Order Number: PB8&-1B7G29
                                                                                  Order Form;  NTfS
                                                  Report to Congress: Management of
                                                  Hazardous Wastes from Educational
                                                  Institutions; Executive Summary

                                                  Involves  problems associated  with managing hazardous
                                                  wastes from educational institutions. Identifies statutory and
                                                  regulatory requirements for educational institutions manag-
                                                  ing  hazardous  waste. Examines current hazardous waste
                                                  management practices, and identifies hazardous waste prob-
                                                  lems encountered. Report concludes by identifying ways for
                                                  educational institutions to improve  hazardous waste man-
                                                  agement.
                                                                                  04/15/89

                                                   Order Number: EPJ/630ฃW~89-O40A Order Form; OSW

                                                  Report to Congress: Management of
                                                  Wastes from the Exploration,
                                                  Development, and  Production of Crude Oil,
                                                  Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy
                                                  (Complete Set)

                                                  Responds to study requirements described by Congress  in
                                                  various paragraphs of Section 8002(m) of 1980 amendments
                                                  of RCRA. Set includes Executive Summary and three vol-
                                                  umes.
                                                  (EPA/530-SW-88-003)               12/15/87

                                                   OrderA/umi*s4 PB88-146SJ3    :.  Order Form; A/tlS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes from the Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil,
Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy;
Executive Summaries

Responds to study requirements described by Congress in
Section 8002(m) of 1980 amendments of RCRA. Congress
temporarily  exempted several types of solid wastes from
regulation. Drilling fluids, produced waters, and other wastes
associated with production of crude oil or natural gas are ex-
amples of waste temporarily exempt from regulation. Studies
Congressional intent to provide opportunity for  developing
appropriate strategy for waste management.
(EPA/530-SW-88-003D)             1 2/ 1 5/87
Order Number: F>&88~J462$3
                               Order Form:
Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes from the Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil,
Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy;
Volume 1: Oil and Gas

Includes  Volume 1 of 3. Reports on management of waste
under section 3001(B)(2)(A) of RCRA. Discusses wastes gen-
erated only by the onshore segment of oil and gas industry.
(EPA/530-SW-88-003A)             12/15/87

                               OrderForm: MTIS
Report to Congress: Management of
Wastes from the Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil,
Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy;
Volume 2:  Geothermal Energy

Includes the second volume in a series of reports to Con-
gress on wastes generated from the exploration, develop-
ment, and production of crude oil. This volume covers the
geothermal energy industry. Defines exempt wastes, charac-
terizes the wastes, describes current and alternative disposal
practices, and estimates the costs of these practices.
(EPA/530-SW-88-003B)             12/15/87
 Order Number: PB88-148238
                              Order Form: NT1S
                                                  Report to Congress: Management of
                                                  Wastes from the Exploration,
                                                  Development, and Production of Crude Oil,
                                                  Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy;
                                                  Volume 3: Appendices

                                                  Contains Volume 3 of 3. Summarizes state oil and gas regu-
                                                  lations. Includes glossary of terms for Volume 1 and dam-
                                                  age case summaries.
                                                  (EPA/530-SW-88-003C)             12/15/87

                                                                            "f  •Ofd^ForfrK  NW.
Report to Congress: Methods to Manage
and Control Plastic Wastes

Examines plastic waste reduction through source reduction
and methods for controlling sources of plastic marine debris
in response to the Plastic Pollution Research and Control
Act. Focuses on plastic waste in the municipal solid waste
stream.
(EPA/530-SW-89-051)              02/15/90

                            :   OrderForm: NW
                                                  Report to Congress:  Methods to Manage
                                                  and Control Plastic Wastes; Executive
                                                  Summary

                                                  Responds to Section 2202 of the 1987 Plastic Pollution Re-
                                                  search and Control Act. Focuses on post-consumer plastic
                                                  waste. Includes plastics in  marine environments, waste man-
                                                  agement, and source reduction.
                                                                                 02/15/90

                                                  Ord&Number: ฃPA/$3&SW$&Q51A Ord&fForm: OSW
Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal
in the United States; Volume I

Presents conclusions and recommendations of a Subtitle D
study to evaluate the adequacy of the program. Objectives
addressed include  disposal of  nonhazardous solid waste,
which includes municipal solid waste, oil and gas waste, and
industrial waste, at landfills,  waste piles, land application
units, and surface impoundments.
(EPA/530-SW-88-011)               10/15/88
                                                              - PB88-1W3$1
                                                                                 Order Form; NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal
in the United States; Volume II

Contains results of data collection efforts for Volume I. Pre-
sents study methodology, data collection projects, Subtitle D
wastes, Subtitle D facilities, and Subtitle D state programs.
(EPA/530-SW-88-011B)             10/15/88

 Order Number: PJ3^-tf03^:.:.     Qp^Farm:.NTfS


Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal
in the United States; Executive Summary

Addresses disposal of nonhazardous solid waste regulated
under Subtitle D of RCRA. Wastes include different types of
waste streams such as municipal solid  waste, industrial
waste, and oil and gas waste. Addresses  adequacy of cur-
rent Subtitle D regulatory program. Volume I presents con-
clusions and recommendations of Subtitle D study. Volume II
contains  results of data collection efforts. Major findings and
recommendations are included.
                                10/15/88

 Order Number: EPfy$30ฃW8&Q1'tA QrctefForm: OSW


Report to Congress: Wastes from the
Combustion of Coal by Electric Utility
Power Plants

Describes utility waste by source and quantity, current uses,
and disposal practices based on numerous private and gov-
ernment  studies. Discusses alternatives to disposal, including
the costs of current and alternative waste management prac-
tices. Requirements from Section 8002(n) of RCRA.
(EPA/530-SW-88-002)               02/15/88
 Order Number: PB88<177$77
Order Form: NTfS
Report to Congress: Wastes from the
Combustion of Coal by Electric Utility
Power Plants; Appendices

Supports Report to Congress (EPA/530-SW-88-002) with
background data, charts, and graphs.
(EPA/530-SW-88-002A)              02/15/88
                                                    Report to Congress: Wastes from the
                                                    Combustion of Coal by Electric Utility
                                                    Power Plants; Executive Summary

                                                    Examines wastes generated from combustion of coal by the
                                                    electric utility industry. Concludes that coal combustion
                                                    waste streams generally do  not exhibit hazardous  charac-
                                                    teristics under current RCRA regulations.  The report finds
                                                    that several other wastes from coal-fired utilities may exhibit
                                                    hazardous characteristics of corrosivity or EP Toxicity and
                                                    merit regulation  under Subtitle C. Summarizes findings that
                                                    coal combustion wastes provide one  method for reducing
                                                    the amount of hazardous wastes that need to be disposed of
                                                    responsibly.
                                                                                    02/15/88

                                                     Order Number:EPA/Sa(>SW-8&Q02A f Order Form: OSW

                                                    Report to Congress: Wastes from the
                                                    Extraction and Benef iciation of Metallic
                                                    Ores, Phosphate Rock, Asbestos,
                                                    Overburden from Uranium Mining, and Oil
                                                    Shale

                                                    Addresses wastes from extraction and beneficiation of metal-
                                                    lic ores, uranium overburden, and  nonmetals asbestos and
                                                    phosphate rock.  Summarizes EPA findings on oil shales.
                                                    (EPA/530-SW-85-033)               12/01/85
                                                     Order Number: PB8B-162631
                                                     Order Form: NTIS
Report to the Congress of the United
States on the Postclosure Liability Trust
Rind Under Section 3001(A)(2)(II) of the
Comprehensive Environmental Response,
Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980

Concludes that the Postclosure Liability Trust Fund (PCLTF),
designed to accept liabilities from hazardous waste facility
owners and operators, will be unable to maintain a positive
balance after 50 years. Fund covers only a minute portion of
the future costs of land disposal. Presents results based on
output of PCLTF Simulation Model.
                                05/15/85

 Order Number; PB8&-210 t76/AS:   Order Form; HW
 Order Number;
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Report to the Senate Appropriations
Committee: Regulation of Wood
Preserving Wastes

Discusses RCRA-based framework for management and
tracking of hazardous wastes, from generation through treat-
ment and disposal,  under Subtitle C. Several provisions of
regulations addressing the protection of ground water are
noted, including corrective action, contingency plans, waste
management standards, and closure requirements. Presents
final rule provisions.
(EPA/530-SW-91-058)               07/15/91
                                                    Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
                                                    Guides for Municipal Officials: Accounting
                                                    Format

                                                    Proposes a method of reporting costs and revenues to com-
                                                    pare costs of various resource recovery systems. Includes a
                                                    standardized accounting format and normalized accounting
                                                    format. The Office of Solid Waste Management Programs
                                                    (OSWMP) developed recommended cost  accounting for-
                                                    mats to assist planners, designers, and decision-making offi-
                                                    cials in resource recovery decisions.
                                                    (EPA/SW-493)                     01/15/76
. O/ster tiwWef;
                                QrderForm; NTฎ
              PB2$$
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Report to the Senate Appropriations
Committee: Regulation of Wood
Preserving Wastes; Executive Summary

Evaluates the multistatute approach to regulation of wood
preserving  wastes and  compares  it  to RCRA-based  ap-
proach.
07/15/91

 Order Number: &A/53Q3W-91-OS8A Order Form: OSW
                                                    Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
                                                    Guides for Municipal Officials:  Financing

                                                    Provides guidance on alternative financing methods for oper-
                                                    ating a resource recovery plant. In plain language, finanicial
                                                    management issues  are discussed and  financial mecha-
                                                    nisms and costs are described.
                                                    (EPA/SW-471)                     01/15/75
                                                     Of(]ef:WjmbBK PBZ56 481/5
                                Order Form: NTfS
Residential Paper Recovery: A Community
Action Program

Introduces source separation in implementation guide for
municipal waste. Includes sample bids and contracts.
                                01/01/76

 Order Number: EPA/SW-SS3       \ OrderForm: OSW
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
Regulations Affecting Generators and
Transporters (40 CFR 262 and 263);
Explanation of Revisions in Reporting
Burden Estimates

Discusses paperwork  involved in documenting the genera-
tion, transportation, and disposal of hazardous wastes so li-
ability for mishandling  can be established. Amends previous
submission, based on revised estimates, as companion regu-
lations defining hazardous wastes to be covered by RCRA
were not completed.
                                03/25/80
 Order Number; FB87-18S
                                Order. Form; NTtS
                                                    Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
                                                    Guides for Municipal Officials: Further
                                                    Assistance

                                                    Lists contacts in localities actively planning resource  recov-
                                                    ery systems. Provides names of companies marketing such
                                                    systems, organizations that provide  information  about re-
                                                    source recovery, and  a bibliography of technical and non-
                                                    technical information on pertinent issues.
                                                    (EPA/SW-470)                     01/15/75
                                                     Order Numbed PB2$&4tiq/7-
                               . OrderFwn: NTtS
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
Guides for Municipal Officials: Interim
Report

Assists municipal officials beginning the task of resource re-
covery land implementation. First in a series of guides to fa-
cilitate the acquisition of resource recovery plants, examining
implementation issues, including planning, technology, mar-
kets, financing, procurement, contracts, and accounting for-
mat.
(EPA/SW-480)                     01/15/75
                                                     Order Number; P&259139/4
                                                                                    Order Form: NTIS
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Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
Guides for Municipal Officials:  Marketing

Discusses markets for energy and material products, focus-
ing on characteristics that affect marketability. Covers de-
scriptions and locations of potential markets, product quality
required by markets, and approximate  market prices. Ad-
dresses marketing techniques, including how to conduct
market research and obtain a purchase agreement.
(EPA/SW-499)                     01/15/76
 \0rder Number: PB^S&.Ui/O
                 ..Order Form: /VT/S
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
Guides for Municipal Officials: Planning
and Overview

Assists municipal officials in the planning and implementa-
tion of processing plants to recover resources from mixed
municipal waste. Replaces earlier version entitled Resource
Recovery Plant  Implementation: Interim Report (SW-480)
(PB-259139/4). First in a series of reports.
(EPA/SW-533)                     01/15/76
 prefer-Number: PB8&W7M1
                  Onter Form; NTB
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation;
Guides for Municipal Officials:
Procurement

Provides assistance with the procurement of resource recov-
ery systems and services. Emphasis on defining and explain-
ing a competitive negotiation approach to procurement.
Describes managing the procurement process and prepar-
ing Request for Proposals.
(EPA/SW-495)                     01/01/76
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Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1: BDAT Related Comments
(Complete Set)
Presents comments submitted on proposed land disposal re-
strictions for waste code and general BDAT technologies as
well as issues which relate to Third Third Wastes Treatment
Standards. Consists of three volumes in multi-part sections.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061)               05/08/90
 Order Number: f3B9Q-234 477.     "Order Form: NTtS
                   Response to Comments Background
                   Document for the Third Third Land
                   Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                   Volume 1-A-3:  BDAT Related Comments;
                   General BDAT Issues
                   Addresses comments submitted on proposed land disposal
                   restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
                   and issues relating  to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
                   ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
                   (EPA/530SW-90-061C) .            05/08/90
                    Order Number PB90-234SG1   \.  Order Fbrm: NTf$
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-A-1:  BDAT Related Comments;
General BDAT Issues

Presents comments submitted on proposed land disposal
restrictions for waste code and general BDAT technologies
as well as issues which relate to Third Third Wastes Treat-
ment Standards. Volume includes request for data, handling
of data, availability of technology and Practical Quantification
Limits (PQLs).
(EPA/530-SW-90-061A)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PBQO-234485-
\OrdefF0rm NTt$
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-A-2:  BDAT Related Comments;
General BDAT Issues

Presents comments submitted on general BDAT technologies.
Includes practical quantification limits (PQLs), wastewaters and
nonwastewaters, grab and composite samples, quantification
complications for P and U wastes, and soil and debris.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061B)             05/08/90
                   Response to Comments Background
                   Document for the Third Third Land
                   Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                   Volume 1-B:  BDAT Related Comments;
                   D001: Characteristic Ignitable Wastes
                   Contains comments on D001,  including treatment issues
                   concerning aqueous wastes in ignitable liquids and ignitable
                   compressed  gases, and deactivation treatment standards.
                   Definitions of subcategories, and dilution are also included.
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-061D)             05/08/90
                    Order Number: PB90-234 519
Order Form: NTIS
                   Response to Comments Background
                   Document for the Third Third Land
                   Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                   Volume 1-C: BDAT Related Comments;
                   D002: Characteristic Corrosive Wastes

                   Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
                   disposal  restrictions. Summarizes and responds to com-
                   ments on D002. Discussion includes proposed pH require-
                   ments, proposed  insoluble salt requirements, incineration,
                   dilution, and miscellaneous issues.
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-061E)             05/08/90
                                                  Order Number, PB9Q-234 527
                                                  Order Form: NTIS
 OrderNumber PB90-234493
 Order Form: NTIS
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-D: BDAT Related Comments;
D003: Characteristic Reactive Wastes and
P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
Listing Constituents

Addresses comments submitted on proposed land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
as well as issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment
Standards. Comments grouped according to major con-
cerns.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061F)             05/08/90
I Order Number: PB90-ฃ$4 535
Order Form; NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-E: BDAT Related Comments;
D004: Characteristic Wastes for Arsenic
and K, P, and U Wastes Containing
Arsenic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes
for Selenium

Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
disposal restrictions. Summarizes  and  responds to com-
ments on D004 and D010. Covers aqueous wastes and vitrifi-
cation, air emissions, scrubbers, hexafluoroarsenate, segregation
of arsenic wastes, chemical fixation, and inconsistent standards.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061G)             05/08/90
 Order Number; PB90-234643
Order Form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-F: BDAT Related Comments;
D005: Characteristic Wastes for Barium
and P013; and D006: Characteristic
Wastes for Cadmium

Addresses comments submitted on proposed land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
and issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061H)             05/08/90
                  Response to Comments Background
                  Document for the Third Third Land
                  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                  Volume 1-G: BDAT Related Comments;
                  D007: Characteristic Wastes for Chromium

                  Addresses comments submitted on proposed land disposal
                  restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
                  and issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
                  ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
                  (EPA/530-SW-90-0611)             05/08/90
                   Order Number PB90-234 S&&
                              Order form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-H: BDAT Related Comments;
D008: Characteristic Wastes for Lead and
P and U Wastes Containing Lead

Addresses comments submitted on proposed land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
and issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061J)             05/08/90
                   Order.Number:\ PB9&224.57G
                             ...OrderForm: NTIS.
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-1: BDAT Related Comments;
D009: Characteristic Wastes for Mercury
and P and U Wastes Containing Mercury;
K045, K046, and K047: Wastes from the
Manufacturing and Processing of
Explosives; D011: Characteristic Wastes
for Silver; P119, P120:  Vanadium
Containing Wastes; and P and U Wastes
Containing Thallium

Addresses comments submitted on proposed land disposal
restrictions for waste codes and general BDAT technologies
and issues relating to Third Third Waste Treatment Stand-
ards. Comments grouped according to major concerns.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061K)             05/08/90
 Order Number; PB9&234SSQ
Order Form; NTfS
                                                Order Number: PBW-234 584
                                                Order Form: NTi$
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Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-J: BDAT Related Comments;
Mixed Radioactive Hazardous Wastes;
Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes;
Halogenated Aliphatic U Wastes;
Non-Halogenated Aromatic U Wastes;
F002-F005: Solvents; F006:
Electroplating Wastewater Treatment
Sludges; and F019:  Aluminum Conversion
Coating Treatment Sludges
Incorporates final response to BDAT-related comments perti-
nent to the following waste codes:  F002-F005 (solvents),
F006 (electroplating  wastewater treatment sludges), and
F019 (aluminum conversion coating treatment  sludges),
mixed radioactive hazardous wastes, polynuclear aromatic U
wastes,  halogenated aliphatic U wastes, and non-halogen-
ated aromatic U wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061L)

 Order Nuniber: F&9&234 592
05/08/90

Order Form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-K: BDAT Related Comments;
F025: Wastes from the Production of
Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008:
Inorganic  Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:
Acrylonitriles; K015:  Still Bottoms from
Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater
Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing,
Formulating, and Loading of Lead-Based
Initiating Compounds; K061:  Electric Arc
Furnace Dust; and K069:  Emission
Control Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead
Smelting

Incorporates final response to BDAT comments pertinent to
the following waste codes: F025 (wastes from production of
chlorinated aliphatics),  K002-K008 (inorganic  pigments),
K011/K013/K014 (acrylonitrile), K015 (still bottoms from ben-
zyl chloride), K021 (spent antimony catalyst), K046 (wastewa-
ter treatment sludges from manufacturing, etc., of  lead-based
initiating compounds),  K060 (ammonia still lime sludge),
K061 (electric arc furnace dust) and K069 (emission control
dust/sludge from secondary lead smelting).
(EPA/530-SW-90-061M)             05/08/90
                   Response to Comments Background
                   Document for the Third Third Land
                   Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                   Volume 1-L:  BDAT Related Comments;
                   K071 and K106:  Mercury Cell Process
                   Wastes; K086: Residues from Ink
                   Production Wastes Containing Cyanide

                   Incorporates final response to BDAT comments pertinent to
                   the following codes:  K071,  K106  (mercury  cell process
                   wastes), and K086 (residues from ink production wastes con-
                   taining cyanide).
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-061N)            05/08/90
                   Order Number: PB90-234 618
                              'Order Form: MTB'
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments;
K017: Wastes from the Production of
Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
K096: Production of 1,1,1 •Trichloroethane
Wastewaters Containing BDAT
Constituents;  K022:  Wastes from the
Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:
Distillation Bottoms from the Production
of Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater
Treatment Sludges from the  Production of
Creosote; K026: Stripping Still Tails from
the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
K083: Distillation Bottoms from the
Production of  Aniline Oxygenated
Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U and P
Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
Incorporates final response to BDAT comments pertinent to fol-
lowing codes: K017 (wastes from production of epychlorohydrin),
K028-K029/K095-K096 (production of  1,1.1-trichloroethane
wastewaters), K022  (wastes from phenol/acetone), K025 (distil-
lation bottoms from production of nitrobenzene), K035 (waste-
water treatment sludges from production of creosote), K026
(stripping still tails-production of methyl  ethyl pyridine), K083
(distillation bottoms-production of aniline oxygenated hydrocar-
bons and heterocyclic U and P wastes), and F024 (production
of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons).
(EPA/530-SW-90-061O)             05/08/90
                  .OrderNumber: PB9&23462$
                              Order Form: NTIS
 Order Number: PB9Q-234 600
OrderForm: AffiSi
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-N; BOAT Related Comments;
Halogenated Organic, Pharmaceutical,
Brominated Organic, Organo-Sulfur
Compounds, and Organo-Nitrogen
Compound Wastes; and Halogenated
Pesticide and Chlorobenzene, Halogenated
Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes
Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
disposal restrictions.  Summarizes and responds  to com-
ments. Discussion includes standards for drinking water lev-
els, operational requirements on waste incinerators, thermal
treatment, PQL/analytical issues, and more.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061P)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234634
Order Form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-O: BDAT Related Comments;
K048-K052: Petroleum Refining Industry
Wastes; K036: Organophosphorous
Wastes (Nonwastewaters); K037:
Wastewater Treatment Sludges from the
Production of Disutfoton
Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
disposal restrictions. Summarizes and responds to com-
ments. Subissues include solvent extraction, incineration, re-
quests for Agency evaluation, and support for  regulatory
framework.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061Q)            05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234642
Order Form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 1-P: BDAT Related Comments;
Leachates
Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land dis-
posal restrictions. Summarizes and responds to comments. Is-
sues include options for  muttisource leachate, industry
standards and permitting, and analysis and monitoring.
(EPA/530-SW-90-061R)            05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-2346S9
Order Form: NTIS
                   Response to Comments Background
                   Document for the Third Third Land
                   Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
                   Volume 1-Q: BDAT Related Comments;
                   Gases
                   Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land
                   disposal restrictions. Summarizes and  responds to com-
                   ments. Includes subissues such as numerical standards for
                   gas wastes in non-gaseous forms, thermal and caustic solu-
                   tion destruction, and treatment methods of nonwastewaters.
                   (EPA/530-SW-90-061S)             05/08/90
                   Order Number: PB90-234667
                              Order Form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments
(Complete Set)
Provides Agency support and rationale for Third Third land dis-
posal restrictions. Summarizes and responds to comments.
Consists of three volumes in multi-part sections.
(EPA/530-SW-90-063)              05/08/90
                   Order Number: PB90-234 72$
                              Order Form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments

Presents Agency  responses to  comments  on the back-
ground document for Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions
relating to capacity. Topics covered  include combustion,
D001 Ignitable Characteristic Wastes, D002 Corrosive Char-
acteristic Wastes, D003 Reactive Characteristic Wastes, Arse-
nic and Selenium Wastes, Lead and K061 Wastes.
(EPA/530-SW-90-063A)             05/08/90
                                                 Order Number: P890-234 7$$
                                                 Order Form: NTIS
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments

Presents Agency responses to  comments  on the back-
ground document for Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions
related to capacity. Topics covered include: mercury wastes;
F, K, U, and P wastes; K048-K052 wastes; deepwell injected
wastes; and other metals.
(EPA/53OSW-90-063B)             05/08/90
 Order Number: PB90-234 741      Order Form: NTiS
                    For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 2-3:  Capacity Related Comments

Responds to commenters on background documents for
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions relating to capacity.
Chapter 13 discusses multi-source leachate, and Chapter 14
covers mixed RCRA/radioactive wastes. Chapter 15 reports
on lab packs, Chapter 16 covers soil and debris, and Chap-
ter 17 includes miscellaneous capacity comments.
(EPA/530-SW-90063C)              05/08/90

                                            NTฎ.
Response to Comments Background
Document for the Third Third Land
Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
Volume 3: Policy Related Comments

Presents summary of and responses to comments received
by EPA regarding the proposed rule to prohibit land disposal
of Third Third wastes. Third volume of three.
(EPA/530-SW-90^)64)
   05/08/90

•  I Order Form:
Restrictions on the Placement of
Nonhazardous Liquids in Hazardous Waste
Landfills; Statutory Interpretative
Guidance

Explains Section 3004(c)(3) of HSWA, which restricts the
placement  of  nonhazardous  liquids in  hazardous waste
(Subtitle C) facilities. Explains the scope of the nonhazard-
ous liquids provision and the overall demonstration process.
(EPA/530-SW-86-013)               04/15/86

 Order Nunfiber: ^B86-2tS 043/AS   .'Order Form: NTIS
Reusable News (Winter 1990)

Presents the premiere edition of the Municipal Solid Waste
(MSW)  Program  newsletter. Quarterly editions  report  on
EPA's and others' efforts to safely and effectively manage
garbage. Articles include information and exchange plan-
ning, EPA headquarters established in-house recycling pro-
gram, and Philadelphia's recycling program.
                                 01/15/90

 Order Numbs?: ฃ?AJ'53QSW-9&Q18 '.Order form:  OSW
                       Reusable News (Spring 1990)

                       Describes school recycling program in cover story. The in-
                       side includes an article on  how Congress sees a bumper
                       crop of MSW management bills, loans help small businesses
                       curb pollution, a look at plastic waste, build your own com-
                       post pile, and junk your junk mail.
                                                        04/15/90
                       Reusable News (Summer 1990)

                       Presents the characterization of the MSW stream in the cover
                       story. Inside articles include how Penn State  government
                       finds recycling works,  Rhode Island businesses become
                       more efficient, direct marketing association responds to envi-
                       ronmental concerns,  Colorado's cooperative venture  boosts
                       recycled paper procurement,  and EPA program rewards
                       recyclers.
                                                        07/15/90

                        Order Number: EPA/$30$W9&$5$  Order Form
Reusable News (Fall 1990)

Requests public comment on paper procurement issues in
cover story. Inside articles include three new tools for MSW
managers, order boosts contractor use of recycled paper,
look at unit recycling, and youths learn crime doesn't pay —
but recycling does.
                                 10/15/90

 Order Numb&r. ฃPA/53&$W-9&-0$6  Order Form: tiSW
                       Reusable News (Winter 1991)

                       Presents "The Greening of the Marketplace," the front page
                       story that covers initiation of a product labeling program. In-
                       side articles include Postal Service delivers first-class recy-
                       cling effort, Yankee ingenuity adds miles to used tires, new
                       mailing  machine stamps out waste, and guides that explain
                       composting fundamentals.
                                                        01/15/91

                                     ฃP/V$30-SW-Q1-Q2Q  QrderForm;  OSW
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)

Presents EPA Administrator's Awards Program in cover story.
Special issue highlights regional projects, such as dead bat-
teries get new life in New Nbrk, new use for old milk jugs,
computerized map of  recyclables' journey. Featured article
describes how National Park Service implements municipal
solid waste management plan and a blueprint for plastics re-
cycling.
                                  04/15/91

 Order Number: ฃPA/S3&$W81-Q21   Order Form: O$W
Reusable News (Fall 1991)

Presents EPA's role in market development in cover story. In-
side articles include:  Habicht testifies on  "green" marketing
issues, community recycling, Project ROSE at Walt Disney,
Seattle Tilth teaches city-dwellers to compost, Wisconsin
and Minnesota team  up for recycled paper purchase, and
more.
                                  10/15/91

 Order Number: EPA/63OSW-91-Q22  Order Form: OSW
Reusable News (Winter 1992)

Announces EPA's options to standardize recycling marketing
claims in cover story. Inside articles include President Bush
issues executive order requiring federal agency recycling, Illi-
nois communities serve as source reduction models, and
unique solutions to  municipal solid waste problems on the
Alaskan Tundra.
                                  01/15/92

 Order Number:  EPA/53QSW~9t-Qd5  Order Form: OSW
Reusable News (Spring 1992)

Features cover story on how recycling helps homeless to a
better life.  Inside: Waste prevention successes, McDonald's
waste reduction program, Keep America Beautiful handbook
promotes waste prevention and recycling, household hazard-
ous waste collection programs increase by over 70 percent,
and Midwest conference looks at procurement of recycled
goods.
                                  04/15/92

 Order Number: ฃPA/530-N~92~QQ1    Order Form: OSW
Ride the Wave of the Future: Recycle
Today!  (Poster)

Illustrates surfer riding glass, paper, and can recyclables on
a colorful poster. Part of EPA's educational "Stamp out the
Garbage Gremlin" series. Folds for easy mailing.
                                  04/15/90

 Order Number: \EPJ/S3QฃVfcdQ410  Order Form: O$W-
Rules for Hazardous Waste Tank Systems

Provides an overview of EPA's revised hazardous waste tank
system regulations, promulgated on July 14, 1986. Geared
primarily to owners and operators of hazardous waste tank
systems, and to federal, state and local government officials
who are responsible for regulating systems. Summarizes im-
portant  program elements and  answers frequently  asked
questions.
                                  01/15/88

 Order Number: ]ฃPA/S3OSW~8&OQ4  Order Form: OSW


School Recycling Programs:  A Handbook
for Educators

Illustrates school recycling program options, along with step-
by-step instructions in this booklet on how to set one  up. In-
structions  for  applying for the  President's  Environmental
Youth Awards included.
                                  08/15/90

 Order Number: EPA/S3(HSWQ&023  Order. Form:. OSW


Second  Report to Congress:  Resource
Recovery and  Source Reduction

Reviews EPA's programs related to the conservation  of en-
ergy and material  resources, including environmental and
economic impacts.  Examines effects of several existing fed-
eral policies and programs on the use of virgin and recycled
material. Studies automobiles, packaging, beverage contain-
ers, and rubber tires.
(EPA/SW-353)                      01/15/74
 Order Number: PB263 406/3
Order Form: AfflS
Sites for our Solid Waste:  A Guidebook for
Effective Public Involvement

Provides information for public officials, citizens, and indus-
try professionals to help them find waste sites that are both
technically sound and socially acceptable. Entire plan en-
courages public involvement.
                                  04/15/90

 Order Number: EP4/S3frSW~dQ-Q19  Order Form^OSW
                       For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Siting Our Solid Waste: Making Public
Involvement Work (Brochure)

Encourages ordering  for matching guidebook, as well as
outlines issues involved in locating waste sites. Includes table
of contents for guidebook.
                                04/15/90

 Order Number: Ef*A/$3frSW-d&Q20 Order Form: OSW

Soil Properties, Classification, and
Hydraulic Conductivity Testing

Compiles laboratory and field testing methods for the meas-
urement of hydraulic  conductivity of soils, including back-
ground information on the relevant soil properties  and
classification systems. Assists in planning and construction
of hazardous waste disposal facilities, while supporting EPA
guides to  review permit applications under Subtitle C of
RCRA.
(EPA/SW-925)

 Order Number; P&S7-155 784/AS


SOILINER Model
 03/15/84

 Order Form: NTIS
Documents SOILINER computer model and provides User's
Guide. SOILINER is finite-difference approximation of highly
nonlinear, governing equation for one-dimensional, unsatu-
rated flow in the vertical dimension. Provides a comprehen-
sive tool for the design of liner configurations, specifically
liner conductivity and thickness.
(EPA/530-SW-86-006)               04/15/86
 Order Number: PB87-100038
 Order Form: NTtS
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for
Action; Background Document

Describes municipal solid waste and presents a strategy to
improve management of wastes. Gives analysis behind rec-
ommended actions in a summary fashion. Compiles options
of potential research, development, and demonstration activi-
ties to provide data for solutions.
(EPA/530-SW-88-054 A)             08/15/88
 Order Nufnber PB88-251 137
\ Order Form: NTiS
                     Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for
                     Action; Background Document;
                     Appendices A-C

                     Supplements the background document by summarizing
                     various components of the municipal solid waste stream. In-
                     cludes quantity and characteristic data, conclusions from the
                     application of various waste management practices, identifi-
                     cation of notable issues or problems, and other data
                     (EPA/530-SW-88-054B)               08/15/88
                      Order Numben PBS8-251 146
                                 Order Form; NTIS
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for
Action (Final Report of the Municipal
Waste Task Force)

Describes the municipal solid waste situation and presents a
strategy to improve management of wastes. Offers concrete
solutions.
                                 02/15/89

 Order Number: EPA/53QSW-8&Q1&  Order Form:
The Solid Waste Disposal Act as Amended
by the Hazardous and Solid Waste
Amendments (The Resource Conservation
and Recovery Act)

Includes Senate Committee print (99-215) of Hazardous and
Solid Waste Amendments of 1984 (Public Law 98-616), Safe
Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1986 (Public Law  99-
339), and Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization  Act
of 1987 (Public Law 99-499).
                                 01/01/87

 Order Number. ฃPA/53Q-SW-85-i)22  Order Form: OSW
Solid Waste Leaching Procedure;
Technical Resource Document for Public
Comment

Provides a  method  for collecting  data on the quality of
leachate from solid waste. Describes the batch leaching pro-
cedure for use in a  lab with various wastes to predict the
composition of leachate from that waste  under field condi-
tions. Methods, equipment, and sources of error discussed
along with suggestions for interpreting data.
(EPA/SW-924)                      03/15/84

 Order Number: PB87-1S2 054/AS    Order Form: NTIS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Solving the Hazardous Waste Problem:
EPA's RCRA Program

Provides an  overview  of hazardous waste objectives of
RCRA program, describing each target of regulation, includ-
ing the  background and strategy for controlling hazardous
wastes.
                               11/15/86

     '                          Ureter Form: 6$W
Source Separation Collection and
Processing Equipment; A User's Guide

Helps municipal officials and private collection companies
operate source separation programs by providing informa-
tion on  systems and equipment. Describes successful sys-
tems and lists advantages,  disadvantages,  and general
specifications of numerous equipment items.
(EPA/SW-842)                    01/15/80
 Order Number: PB8M58297
Order Form:
Source Separation: The Community
Awareness Program in Somerville and
Marblehead, Massachusetts

Provides local governments and interested public with useful
information  for  planning, implementing, and  operating
source-separation programs. First in series about the multi-
material source separation demonstration in Marblehead and
Somerville, Massachusetts.
(EPA/SW-551)

 Order Number: PBSGQ &$4/$
11/15/76

Offer Form NTIS
Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 264.15)
and Interim Status Standards for
Inspection (40 CFR 265.15); Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3004

Documents the  proposed explicit requirements for hazard-
ous waste facility owners and operators to develop  an in-
spection  schedule tailored to individual facilities. Provides
summaries of and responses to comments received on pro-
posed rule.
                               04/15/80
 Order Number; PB81- WO 001
Order form: NTIS
                   Standards for Personnel Training (40 CFR
                   264.16); Interim Status Standards for
                   Personnel Training (40 CFR 265.16);
                   Standards Applicable to Owners and
                   Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
                   Storage, and Disposal Facilities under
                   RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

                   Provides Agency support and rationale for personnel training
                   standards at hazardous waste facilities. Describes regulation
                   as originally proposed, summarizes and responds to related
                   comments, and includes legislative authority, key definitions,
                   damage case summaries, and precedents.
                                                  04/15/80
                    Order Number: .PB81-181 380
                               Order Form: NTI&
Standards for Preparedness and
Prevention (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
C); Standards for Contingency Plan and
Emergency Procedures (40 CFR 264 and
265, Subpart D); Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004

Provides  Agency support and rationale for  preparedness
and prevention  standards at hazardous  waste facilities. De-
scribes regulation as originally proposed,  summarizes and re-
sponds  to related  comments, and includes  legislative
authority,  key definitions, damage  case summaries, and
precedents.
                               04/15/80
                                                  Order Number: PB81-181 372
                                                  Order Form; NTIS
Standards for Security (40 CFR 264.14);
Interim Status Standards for Security (40
CFR 265.14); Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004

Provides Agency support and rationale for security stand-
ards at hazardous waste facilities. Concludes that controlling
access to hazardous waste facilities is an important part of a
regulatory program. Describes regulation as originally pro-
posed, summarizes and responds to related comments, and
includes legislative  authority,  key definitions, damage case
summaries, and precedents.
                               04/15/80
                                                  Order Number; PB81-181 398
                                                  Order Form: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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State Authorization Manual; Volume I

Provides guidance for states applying for program revisions
to an authorized RCRA state program. Updates 1988 State
Consolidated RCRA Authorization Manual. Emphasizes pro-
gram revision process.
(EPA/530-SW-91-018A)              10/15/90
 OrderNumber: P&91-13G211
OrderForm: HTtS \
State Authorization Manual; Volume II

Provides guidance for states applying for program revisions
to an authorized RCRA state program. Updates 1988 State
Consolidated RCRA Authorization Manual. Consists of ap-
pendices with checklists.
(EPA/530-SW-91-018B)              10/15/90
 Order M/m&r;
OrderForm; A/T/5.
State Decision-Makers Guide for
Hazardous Waste Management

Presents key issues addressed by state, regional, and local
governments and agencies in creating effective hazardous
waste management programs. Policy-oriented checklist high-
lights topics addressed by RCRA, such as defining hazard-
ous waste, problem recognition, land use, facility operations,
policy issues, and transportation.
                                 01/01/77
 Order Number; EPA/SW-612
Order Form: OSW
State Program Advisory Number Eight

Covers RCRA program changes for 7/1/89 to 12/31/89. In-
cludes seven revised checklists,  model language for the At-
torney General's Statement for changes covered by SPA, and
other  revisions.  Includes revision of First Third Scheduled
Wastes and of Checklist 70 which covers changes to Part
124.
(EPA/530-SW-91-047)               03/01/91

                                 OrderForm;
State Programs Advisory Number Nine

Updates State Authorization Manual (PD 9540.00-09A) with
RCRA program changes for the period January 1 through
June 30, 1990.  Adds 9 new checklists and revisions for 10
existing checklists.  Also includes a consolidated land dis-
posal restrictions checklist.
(EPA/530-R-92-001)                 01/15/92
States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid
Battery Recycling

Studies state lead-acid battery recycling programs to explore
how the federal government and states can most effectively
promote this activity. Describes the requirements and effec-
tiveness of individual programs.
(EPA/530-SW-91-029)               01/15/92

                             :    OrderForm: MTIS
Statistical Analysis of Ground water
Monitoring Data at RCRA Facilities; Interim
Final Guidance

Assists  regional and state personnel in evaluating ground-
water monitoring data from RCRA facilities. Guides statistical
analysis of ground-water monitoring, pertaining to spatial re-
lationships between monitoring wells and potential contami-
nant sources.
(EPA/530-SW-89-026)                04/15/89
                     Order Number. PB8&151 047
                                 Order Form: NTIS
Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data

Contains analyses conducted to measure concentration of
various elements, anion, radionuclides, and other parameters
in raw mining  waste samples and acetic acid extracts of
samples.
(EPA/53OSW-86-024)               06/30/86

 Order Number. PB$$-21$383/A$    OrderForm;
                    Strawman II: Recommendations for a
                    Regulatory Program for Mining Wastes
                    and Materials under Subtitle D of the
                    Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

                    Represents EPA's position on an effective program to regu-
                    late wastes and other  materials  uniquely associated with
                    noncoal mining. Describes pre-rulemaking  process, back-
                    ground, and  overview of mining waste program. Discusses
                    scope of program and regulatory approach.
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-056)               05/20/91
                     Order Number.  PB91-17841B
                                 OrderForm; A/77S
 Order Number: PB92-14&28S
OrderForm: NTIS.
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Subchronic Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in
Sprague Dawley Rats

Evaluates preliminary test data collected to assess the toxio
ity of meta-cresol in rats when administered for 13 weeks by
oral gavage. Fifty mg/kg/day appears to be the  maximum
dose that produced no evident adverse effects.
(EPA/530-SW-88-026)               03/25/88

lOrdee Number: PB&8~i$$2&4     . . Order Form:
Subchronic Toxicity of Ortho-Cresol in
Sprague Dawley Rats

Assesses the toxicity of ortho-cresol (o-cresol) in rats during
13 weeks of oral gavage administration. Methods and proce-
dures conducted in accordance with appropriate Quality As-
surance Programs designed to conform with  FDA Good
Laboratory Practice Regulations.
(EPA/530-SW-88-027)               03/21/88

 Order Number:  P838-W7496       Order Form: N775
Subchronic Toxicity of Para-Cresol in
Sprague Dawley Rats; MBA Chemical No. 25

Examines oral toxicity of para-cresol (p-cresol)  in Sprague
Dawley rats during 13 weeks of oral gavage administration.
Dose levels studied were 0, 50, 175, and 600 mg/kg/day.
Para-cresol  was  hepatotoxic,  nephrotoxic, and induced a
mild anemic state. Methods and  procedures designed to
conform with FDA and EPA  Good Laboratory  Practices
Regulations.
(EPA/530-SW-88-025)               04/04/88
 Order Number:  PB88-WS292
Order Form: A/77S
Subtitle D Industrial Facility Telephone
Survey Report (1987)

Develops representative lists of facilities that managed Subti-
tle D wastes, including landfills, surface impoundments, land
application units, and waste piles not regulated as hazard-
ous waste handlers. Develops national and industry-specific
estimates of the number of facilities and amount of Subtitle
D waste managed.
(EPA/530-SW-91-069)               08/15/91
 Order Number:
OfderForm; NTtS
                    Subtitle D Municipal Landfill Survey
                    Report (1986)

                    Presents results of a survey of 1,250 municipal landfills in the
                    United States and territories  with at least one active landfill
                    unit as of November 1, 1986.
                    (EPA/530-SW-91-070)                08/15/91

                     Order Number:\PB9t<242 396'    ; .  Order Form: NT1S";


                    Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report

                    Presents results of data collection for the first phase of study-
                    ing the adequacy of Subtitle D  criteria to protect  human
                    health and environment from ground-water contamination.
                    Recommendations given.
                    (EPA/530-SW-86-054)                10/15/86

                     Order Number; \PB87-118 81Q/AS    .Order Form: NTIS


                    Summary of Appropriate Analytical
                    Methods for Appendix IX; Parts I and II

                    Presents survey of key analytical information for each com-
                    pound on proposed Appendix IX. Ensures that  documenta-
                    tion on one or more analytical methods is available to public
                    for every compound on Appendix IX. Approach prepares
                    separate  data  sheets  by compound  for each SW-846
                    method considered, and for each type of detector reported.
                    Part I includes survey of data for individual compounds, and
                    Part 2 covers supplementary information on selected com-
                    pounds.
                                                      07/15/87
                     Order Number: PB87-230 371
                                  Order Form: NTIS
Summary of Comments on Mining Waste
Report to Congress

Describes approach used to summarize comments included
in document. Lists companies, organizations, agencies, and
individuals who responded. Organized into five chapters cov-
ering legal issues  and  procedures,  technical information,
regulations, economics, and recommendations.
(EPA/530-SW-86-030)                05/09/86

 Order Number:  PB8&-222 486/AS .  Order Form: NTIS


Summary of Markets for Scrap Tires

Summarizes EPA's Market for Scrap Tires. Describes factors
affecting current supply and demand  for scrap tires. Pro-
vides information on future market trends. Explains how to
obtain full EPA report.
                                  10/15/91

 Order Number: ฃPA/530~SW9OD74i3.  Order Form: OSW :
                       For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Summary of the First National Conference
on Household Hazardous Waste Collection
Programs

Summarizes presentations and opinions of experts (from fed-
eral, state, and  local governments, industry, trade associa-
tions, public interest groups, and citizen organizations) on
Household Hazardous Waste Management (HHWM) Collec-
tion Programs and related  issues. EPA-sponsored confer-
ence coordinated by Center for Environmental Management
at Tufts University.
(EPA/530-SW-89^)42 A)              11/18/86
 Order Wmban P&8$-m $01
Order Form; AflTS
Summary of the Second National
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Management

Includes a compendium of presentations made at the Sec-
ond Annual Household Hazardous Waste Management Con-
ference.   Overviews   provided  on  major  national and
international issues, collection programs, other management
options, special wastes, problem wastes, and future funding
options. EPA-sponsored  conference coordinated by  Center
for Environmental Management at Tufts University.
(EPA/530-SW-89-042B)              11/02/87
 Order Nufnber:
.Order Form: .MItS
Summary of the Third National
Conference on Household Hazardous
Waste Management

Includes a compendium of presentations from the Third An-
nual  Household Hazardous Waste Management  (HHWM)
Conference. Presentations summarize issues on collection
program operation, batteries, reduction and other manage-
ment options, funding, permanent programs, program man-
agement, farm and home pesticides, components of HHWM
education program, scientific information, used oil, paint, and
legislative considerations. EPA-sponsored conference coordi-
nated by Center for Environmental Management at Tufts Uni-
versity.
(EPA/530-SW-89O42C)              11/02/88

 Order Number:. PB8&-179 52?    •  '•.  Order Form: NWS
                    Summary Report of Capacity at
                    Commercial Facilities; Volume I

                    Provides capacity data on commercial hazardous waste
                    management facilities in all states as derived from EPA's
                    Treatment,  Disposal, and Recycling Facilities Survey (con-
                    ducted in 1987). Covers commercial system capacity, captive
                    system capacity, and onsite system capacity.
                    (EPA/530-SW-89-035A)              01/31/89
                     iOrder Number.
                                 Order Form:
Summary Report of Capacity at
Commercial Facilities; Volume II

Provides capacity data on commercial  hazardous waste
management facilities in all states as derived from EPA's
Treatment,  Disposal, and Recycling Facilities Survey (con-
ducted in 1987). Appendices are included.
(EPA/530-SW-89-035B)              01/31/89
                     Order Number. PB89-1?$Q30
                                 OrderForm: A/HS
Summary Report of Capacity at Limited
Commercial and Company Captive
Facilities; Draft; Volume I

Provides capacity data on limited commercial and company
captive hazardous waste management facilities in all states.
Data are designed to be used with the Biennial  Report on
waste generation to support development of States' Capac-
ity Assurance Plan. Contains data on limited commercial ca-
pacity, captive capacity, and onsite capacity.
(EPA/530-SW-89-036A)             02/15/89

 Order Number: PB89-17&048    .  Order Form:  NTi$
                    Summary Report of Capacity at Limited
                    Commercial and Company Captive
                    Facilities; Draft; Volume II

                    Provides capacity data on limited commercial and company
                    captive hazardous waste management facilities in all states.
                    Data are designed to be used with the Biennial Report on-
                    waste generation to support development of States' Capac-
                    ity Assurance Plan. Appendices are included.
                    (EPA/530-SW-89-036B)              02/15/89
                                                     Order Number. PB8&17&Q55
                                                     Order Form; NT1S
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Surface Water Screening Procedure;
Background Document

Explains EPA's approach designed to establish acceptable
concentrations for specific chemical constituents in waste
extracts, by working backward from point of potential human
exposure to land disposal unit. The screening procedure pre-
sented  in the paper involves the application of an analytic
solute transport equation using values for hydrogeologic pa-
rameters to derive distribution of outputs.
(EPA/530-SW-86-050)                12/15/85
 Order Number: PB87-1Q1614
OrderForm: NTfS
Survey of Household Hazardous Waste and
Related Collection Programs

Identifies  existing information on types and quantities of
HHW present in  residential wastestream. Existing collection
programs operating at state and local levels were identified
and described. Detailed lists of programs are included, as
are case studies of three collection programs.
                                  10/15/86

 Order Number;  EPA/53&SW-8&038  Order Form: OSW
Technical Background Document and
Response to Comments: Method 1311 -
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
Procedure

Proposes EPA amendments to hazardous waste  identifica-
tion regulations by expanding Toxicity Characteristic (TC) to
include additional contaminants. EPA proposes using  the
leaching  test,  Toxic  Characteristic  Leaching  Procedure
(TCLP), to determine if wastes should be classed as hazard-
ous. Summarizes and responds to comments from the pub-
lic regarding use of TCLP. Each major issue regarding TCLP
is discussed in a separate section.
(EPA/530-SW-90-080)               04/15/89
 .Order Number: PBd 1-102 06$
Order Form; NTIQ
Technical Evaluation of the Combustion
System of the Marine Shale Processors,
Inc. Facility in Amelia, Louisiana

Evaluates the design and performance of a hazardous waste
combustion system in use at Marine Shale Processors, Inc.,
Amelia, Louisiana Document considers the waste prepara-
tion system, rotary kiln, afterburners, combustion control sys-
tem, and  stack emissions  control  devices in  place  in
February, 1990. System evaluated in comparison to good de-
sign, operation, maintenance practices, and regulatory con-
trols currently applicable to hazardous waste incinerators
permitted under RCRA.
(EPA/530-SW-90-086)                10/15/90
                     Order Number; P891-11149S
                                  Order Fcvm;
                     Technical Guidance Document:
                     Fabrication of Polyethylene FML

                     Provides guidance for construction quality control and assur-
                     ance inspectors  and related  personnel regarding proper
                     techniques for making  field seams on polyethylene flexible
                     membrane liners (FMLs). Specific emphasis on the  three
                     most widely used techniques: extrusion fillet, extrusion flat,
                     and hot wedge fabrication methods.  Rationale provided for
                     various conditions and limitations, and a glossary of relevant
                     terms concerning polyethylene FML fabrication is included.
                     (EPA/530-SW-89-069)
                     Field Seams (EPA/530-SW-89-069)    09/15/89
                      Order Number: PBQ&1 W 595
                                  Order Form; NTiS
Technical Guidance Document: Final
Covers on Hazardous Waste Landfills and
Surface Impoundments

Provides information intended  for organizations involved in
permitting,  designing, and  constructing hazardous waste
land disposal facilities. Provides design  guidance on final
cover systems for hazardous waste landfills and surface im-
poundments. The cover system discussed has a multilayer
design. Optional layers which may be required for site-spe-
cific conditions are discussed.  Rationale is provided for de-
sign parameters to  give  background information and
understanding of cover systems.
(EPA/530-SW-89-047)                07/15/89
                                                       Order Number: PB8&-23348Q
                                                       Order Form: NTfS
                       For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Technical Guidance Document: Inspection
Techniques for the Fabrication of
Geomembrane Field Seams

Assists EPA and state personnel in implementing new cor-
rective action provisions by providing a central source of in-
formation  on  air  emissions  control  technologies  and
techniques for hazardous waste TSDFs. Gives descriptions
of waste management  unit design and operation practices
which prevent or control vapor and particulate releases from
containerized waste storage, tanks, surface impoundments,
landfills, land treatment and waste  piles. The transfer of con-
trol technology from the industrial sector to hazardous waste
management is discussed.
(EPA/530-SW-91-051)               05/15/91
           er: PB92-1D9 057
Order Form: A/77S
Technical Guidance for Corrective
Measures: Determining Appropriate
Technology and Response for Air
Releases; Draft Final Report

Assists EPA and  state personnel in implementing the new
corrective action  provisions by providing information on air
emissions control technologies and techniques for hazard-
ous waste facilities. Describes waste management unit de-
sign and operation practices which prevent or control vapor
and particulate releases from containerized waste storage,
tanks, surface impoundments, landfills,  land treatment and
waste piles. Discusses the transfer of  control technology
from industrial sector to hazardous waste management.
(EPA/530-SW-88-021)               03/15/85
 Order Number: PB8&-185269
Order Form: NTIS
Technical Guidance for Corrective
Measures: Subsurface Gas

Provides technical guidance in assessing the need for cor-
rective action, reviewing permit applications, and writing per-
mits for  hazardous waste facilities. Provides framework to
states, EPA, and facility owners and operators to identify
whether subsurface gas is migrating beyond facility bound-
ary or into on-site structures at concentrations threatening to
human health and the environment.
(EPA/530-SW-88-023)                03/28/85
 Order Number: P&88-185 285
Order Form NW
                    Technical Implementation Document for
                    EPA's Boiler and Industrial Furnace
                    Regulations

                    Provides permit writers and owners and operators with tech-
                    nical guidance for  following BIF rule requirements.  Ad-
                    dresses certain precompliance and compliance certification
                    activities,  permitting, continued compliance with operating
                    requirements, and associated planning and testing required
                    for compliance with rules.
                    (EPA-530-R-92-011)                 03/01/92
                     Order Number: PB92-154 947
                                 Order Form: NTfS
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil
and Natural Gas; Field Sampling and
Analytical Results

Presents findings of the field sampling and analysis project
conducted on wastes associated with exploration, develop-
ment, and projection of crude oil and natural gas. Summary
of analytical data is presented.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005)               01/31/87
                     Order Number: PB87-165 40$
                                 Order Form: NTIS
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil
and Natural Gas; Appendix A: Analytical
Results

Presents the analytical results in an appendix for the field
sampling and analysis project conducted on wastes associ-
ated with exploration, development, and projection of crude
oil and natural gas.
(EPA/53OSW-87-005A)              01/31/87
                     Order Number: PB87-16S411
                                 Order Form: NTIS
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil
and Natural Gas; Appendix B: Sampling
Strategy

Presents the sampling strategy in an Appendix to the report
for the field sampling  and analysis project conducted on
wastes associated with exploration, development, and pro-
jection of crude oil and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005B)              01/31/87
                                                      Order Number. PB$?-ie$42$
                                                     QrderForm; NTIS
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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             Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil
and Natural Gas; Appendix C: Sampling
Reports; Volumes 1 and 2

Presents the sampling reports  for the report on the  field
sampling and analysis project conducted on wastes associ-
ated with exploration, development, and projection of crude
oil and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-005)                 01/31/87
Order Number;
                  465 437
OrderForm: NW
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil
and Natural Gas; Appendix D: Analytical
Methods

Presents the analytical methods for the report on the field
sampling and analysis project conducted on wastes associ-
ated with exploration, development, and projection of crude
oil and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005D)              01/31/87
 Order Number: PB87-165445
                                         NTIS
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil
and Natural Gas; Appendix E: Role and
Function of EPA Sample Control Center

Presents the role and function of Sample Control Center for
the report on the field sampling and analysis project  con-
ducted on wastes associated with exploration, development,
and projection of crude oil and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005E)             01/31/87
 Order Number;
                               Order Form:. NT)S
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil
and Natural Gas; Appendix F: List of
Analytes

Presents the list of analytes for the report on the field sam-
pling and analysis project conducted on wastes associated
with exploration, development, and projection of crude oil
and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005F)              01/31/87
Technical Report: Exploration,
Development, and Production of Crude Oil
and Natural Gas; Appendix G: Sampling
Plan and Sampling Quality
Assurance/Quality Control

Presents the sampling plan and quality assurance/quality con-
trol plan for the technical report on the field sampling and
analysis project conducted on wastes associated with explora-
tion, development, and projection of crude oil and natural gas.
(EPA/530-SW-87-005G)             01/31/87

 Order Number: PB87-165 478   \    Order Form: M77S
                   Technical Resource Document: Design,
                   Construction, and Operation of Hazardous
                   and Non-Hazardous Waste Surface
                   Impoundments

                   Summarizes operation and closure of hazardous waste and
                   non-hazardous waste  surface impoundments.  Regulations
                   summarized, and  postclosure  activities  discussed. Docu-
                   ment reflects the fact that most available  information, ongo-
                   ing research,  and pertinent regulations  deal  with surface
                   impoundments that used to contain hazardous waste. Much
                   technical information should, however, be  applicable, to non-
                   hazardous waste impoundments.
                   (EPA/530-SW-91 -054)               06/15/91
                                                   Order Number: PB91-204 354
                                                   Order Form: NTIS
                   Technical Resource Document for
                   Obtaining Variances from the Secondary
                   Containment Requirement of Hazardous
                   Waste Tank Systems; Volume I

                   Provides hazardous waste tank system owners and opera-
                   tors information for submitting technology-based and risk-
                   based variances  from  EPA  requirements for secondary
                   containment with  release monitoring for systems. Volume 1
                   treats technology-based variances that can be granted if tank
                   system owners and operators demonstrate that a release
                   can be contained, detected,  and  removed by using new
                   technology or alternative operating procedures before the re-
                   lease leaves area under owner control.
                   (EPA/530-SW-87-002A)              02/15/87

                    Order Number: PB87-rS8 655/ASl   Order Forfn:.NT)S
 Order Number: PB87-W54W
                               'Order Form: NTIS
                     For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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                                                                   Alphabetical Listing of Abstracts
 Technical Resource Document for
 Obtaining Variances from the Secondary
 Containment Requirement of Hazardous
 Waste Tank Systems; Volume II

 Provides hazardous waste tank system owners and opera-
 tors  information for submitting technology-based and risk-
 based variances  from EPA requirements  for secondary
 containment with  release  monitoring for tank systems. Vol-
 ume 2 treats risk-based variances that may be granted if an
 owner or operators shows that if the release occurs, there
 will be no substantial hazard to the environment and human
 health. Provides guidance to applicants seeking variance
 and to permit writers reviewing variance demonstrations.
 (EPA/530-SW-87-002B)              02/15/87

                               :. "-Order Form:.
 Technical Resource Document for the
 Storage and Treatment of Hazardous
 Waste in Tank Systems

 Provides assistance to owners or operators of hazardous waste
 tank systems on preparing Part B permit application (40 CFR
 270) to demonstrate compliance with general applicable per-
 mitting standards, as well tank-specific permitting standards.
 Provides information on procedures for inspection, unfit-for-use
 tank system corrective action, and closure  and  postclosure
 care. Gives introductory and background information on overall
 background regulations and permitting process.
 (EPA/530-SW-86-044)               08/22/86

 Order Number: PB&?-134 391/AS..  OrderForm: NT&

 Technical Studies Supporting the Mining
 Waste Regulatory Determination

 Presents description of study procedure and techniques for
 Extraction Procedure (EP) - Toxicity Test to evaluate RCRA
 hazardous characteristics of mining and smelting wastes,
 particularly lead and cadmium. Two principal tasks are de-
 scribed. The first assesses the validity of arsenic, lead, cad-
 mium,  barium, silver,  and  chromium  concentrations  in
 EP-Toxicity leachates. The second task compares the extrac-
tion efficiency of four leachate techniques. Presents conclu-
sions and recommendations of researchers.
(EPA/530-SW-86O26)               06/30/86

 Order Number: f>88e-2194t7/A$  I  OrderForm: NTIS
 Teratologic Evaluation of
 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Administered to
 CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through
 15; Final Report

 Presents results  of the teratologic evaluation of 2,3,4,6-
 Tetrachlorophenol (TCP) administered by gavage in olive oil
 to timed-pregnant rats. Results suggest embryo or fetal
 growth and prenatal viability were not  adversely affect by
 TCP exposure, nor was there any definitive evidence of effect
 of TCP upon fetal morphological development.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-017A)              08/21/87
               PBSd-170 161
Order Form; NTB
 Teratologic Evaluation of
 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Administered to
 CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through
 15; Final Report; Appendices MX

 Presents results of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol (TCP) adminis-
 tered by gavage in olive oil to timed-pregnant CD rats (doses
 - 0,  25, 100, or 200 mg/kg/day) to assess possible tera-
 tologic effects of substance. Embryo or fetal growth and pre-
 natal viability were not adversely affected by TCP exposure,
 nor was there any definitive evidence of TCP effects upon fe-
 tal morphological development.  Appendices I  through  IX
 contain data about specific aspects of the study.
 (EPA/530-SW-88-017B)              08/21/87
 Order Number; PB88-176 169
Order Form: NTIS
Test Method 8290:  Procedures for the
Detection and Measurement of PCDDs and
PCDFs

Provides procedures for the detection and quantitative meas-
urement of PCDDs and PCDFs in a variety of environmental
matrices at part-per-trillion  to part-per-quad rill ion concentra-
tions. Lists compounds that can be determined by method.
                                 01/15/91

 Order Number; EPA/53Q-SW~9M19  Order Form: QSW


Test Method 9096:  Liquid  Release Test
(LRT) Procedure

Provides information designed to  determine whether or not
liquids will be released from  sorbents when subjected to
overburden pressures in landfill.
                                 11/15/90

 Order Number EPA/S3Q-SW-9W78  Order Form; QSW
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Test Method Equivalency Petitions; A
Guidance Manual

Provides guidance to  parties  who wish to submit test
method petition. Explains what  information a petition must
include. Explains RCRA regulations requiring test  method
equivalency petition. Discusses EPA petition review process
and describes the basic statistical procedures for evaluating
test method equivalency. Describes how a petition is pre-
pared, with  a sample format.  Includes example of test
method petition.
(EP A/53C^SW-87-008)               02/15/87
 Order Number;
Order Form; NTt$
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical Methods; Second
Edition

Includes the second edition of "Test Methods for Evaluating
Solid Waste." Contains procedures which may be used by
regulated community or others to determine whether waste
is hazardous as determined by Section 3001 RCRA. Manual
provides the methodology for collecting representative sam-
ples of waste and for determining ignitability, corrosivity, re-
activity,  Extraction  Procedure  (EP),  and  composition of
waste.
(EPA/SW-846)                     07/15/82
 Order Number; PBB7-120 2dt/A$    Order Form; NW$


Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical Methods; Third Edition;
Volumes I A, IB, 1C, and II

Provides test procedures which  may be used to  evaluate
properties of solid waste which determine whether waste is
hazardous within the definition of Section 3001, RCRA. En-
compasses methods for collecting samples of solid wastes,
and for  determining reactivity,  corrosivity, ignitability, and
composition of wastes and mobility of toxic species present.
Government Printing Office provides basic volumes and up-
dates on a subscription basis.
(EPA/SW-846)                     11/15/86
 Order Number; $$$-001-00000-1

 Order Number: PB88-239223
Order Form; GPO

brderform: NTiS
                    Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste:
                    Physical/Chemical Methods; Third Edition:
                    Proposed Update Package

                    Brings current test procedures and guidance recommended
                    for conducting evaluations,  and measurements needed to
                    comply with RCRA. Methods approved by EPA for obtaining
                    data to satisfy requirements of 40 CFR parts  122-270. Man-
                    ual  represents state-of-the-art in routine analytical testing
                    adapted for RCRA program.
                    (EPA/SW-846.3-1)                  01/23/89

                     Order Numtter 955-00 f-00000-.l U:  Order fcyiri:
                                                      Order Number:
                    Third Report to Congress: Resource
                    Recovery and Source Reduction

                    Reports on the recovery of resources from waste and the re-
                    duction of waste generation. Examines policy issues, reviews
                    technological progress, summarizes city and state activities,
                    and reviews EPA studies and investigations for 1974. Chapter-
                    by-chapter summaries of report given.
                    (EPA/SW-448)                     01/15/75
                     Order Number: PB8&-174 877
Order farm:
                    Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
                    Procedure; Background Document on
                    Resource Conservation and Recovery Act,
                    Subtitle C, Hazardous Waste Management
                    System, Section 3001, Identification and
                    Listing of Hazardous Waste

                    Presents the identified characteristic which, if exhibited by a
                    waste, would indicate a hazardous waste,  Extraction Proce-
                    dure (EP) Toxicity Characteristic (EPTC). Major drawback of
                    EP is that it is optimized for evaluating the leaching of ele-
                    mental versus organic contaminants. Detailed information on
                    the development of second-generation leaching procedure,
                    Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP).
                                                     03/10/86

                     Order Number, f3B&7^B4886/AB\   Order forrn: NB3
                      For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Toxicity Characteristic Regulatory Impact
Analysis

Examines costs and benefits of expanded Toxicity Charac-
teristic (TC) used to identify hazardous wastes regulated un-
der Subtitle  C, RCRA. Document fulfills requirements of
Executive Order 12291, requiring EPA to prepare RIAs for all
major rulemakings.
(EPA/530-SW-90-088)                03/15/90
 OrderNumber: PBQ1-W1873
Order Form: NTIS
Tracking Medical Wastes (Brochure)

Covers EPA's demonstration  program. Waste includes cul-
tures and stocks of infectious agents, pathological wastes,
human blood and blood products, sharp implements, con-
taminated animals waste, and isolation waste from patients
with highly communicable diseases. Covers pre-transporting
requirements.
                                  05/15/89

 Order Number; &>A/$$Q3W-ฃ$-0ฃ0  Order Form; OSW
Treatment Technology Background
Document; Second Third; Final

Includes descriptions of 23 treatment technologies, including
information relevant to the use and understanding of back-
ground  documents for each group of listed  hazardous
wastes, subject to RCRA Land Ban restrictions. Descriptions
represent the revisions to previously published versions. New
descriptions may be added as appropriate to describe tech-
nologies being considered for Best Demonstrated Available
Technology selection for Third Third waste.
(EPA/530-SW-89-048A)              06/15/89
 Order Number: PB8&221 4W
Order Form: A/77S
Treatment Technology Background
Document; Third Third; Final

Discusses treatment technologies applicable to wastes sub-
ject to Land Disposal Restrictions (LDR) mandated by Con-
gress  as  part  of 1984  Hazardous  and  Solid  Waste
Amendments (HSWA) to RCRA. Discusses either the sub-
stantially  diminished toxicity  of  hazardous  constituents
and/or the reduced likelihood of migration of such constitu-
ents from waste.
(EPA/530-SW-90-059Z)               01/15/91
                     Trial Burn Observation Guide

                     Assists regional and state regulatory staff in observing trial
                     burns at hazardous waste incinerators. Provides background
                     information about tests and identifies other documents and
                     personnel that can  provide additional assistance or informa-
                     tion. Describes how to prepare for observing tests and how
                     to conduct on-site  activities during tests. Several checklists
                     and data forms included.
(EPA/530-SW-89-027)

 Order Number:  PB89-179543
03/15/89

Order Form: NTIS
                     Understanding the Small Quantity
                     Generator Hazardous Waste Rules: A
                     Handbook for Small Business

                     Describes new  requirements and  provides step-by-step in-
                     structions to help generators of small quantities of hazard-
                     ous wastes avoid noncompliance. Tells how to obtain an EPA
                     identification number, use Uniform Hazardous Waste Mani-
                     fest system, select EPA identified hazardous waste shippers,
                     obtain hazardous waste storage permits,  and  ensure that
                     hazardous waste is managed at a facility with interim status
                     or a permit under RCRA. Update information also available
                     by ordering EPA/530-SW-89-045.
                                                      09/15/86

                      OrderNumber. EPA/53Q-SW-8&Q19 Order form: OSW
Unit Pricing:  Providing an Incentive to
Reduce Municipal Solid Waste

Describes how customers are  charged for waste collection
and disposal services based on amount of trash generated
with unit or variable-rate pricing. Describes how the system
works, the benefits of unit pricing, and  its implementation.
Bibliography includes related EPA publications.
                                  02/15/91

 OrderNumber EPA/530-SW-91-005  OrderForm: OSW
 OrderNumber: PB91~16Q5S6
Order Form: NTtS
                       For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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U.S. Department of Transportation
Hazardous Materials Regulations as They
Apply to the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency's Hazardous Waste
Regulations

Explains the interface which occurs between DOT and EPA
regulations when hazardous wastes are transported (Hazard-
ous Materials Transportation Regulation - HMTR). Manual
does not address sections of HMTR dealing with transporta-
tion by pipeline. EPA regulations under sections 265. 1  and
260.10  do not apply.
(EPA/SW-935)                     11/01/81
Use of the Water Balance Method for
Predicting Leachate Generation from Solid
Waste Disposal Sites

Analyzes factors effecting percolation and its relationship to
leachate generation.  Discusses methodology  to  estimate
leachate generation based on water balance method com-
monly used in soil and water conservation fields.
(EPA/SW-168)                      10/15/75
 -.Order Number: PB87-194643
Order Form: NT1S
Used Oil Recycling  (Winter 1988)

Includes EPA's new initiative to promote used oil recycling.
Other articles included are Project  Rose promotes energy
conservation, state contacts on used  oil  recycling, and
Montgomery County, Maryland finds a solution.
                                 03/15/88

 Order Number: EPA/5303W-88-047  Order Form: OSW
Used Oil Recycling  (Fall 1988)

Includes articles on curbside collection, county coordinators
meeting in North Carolina, oil-saver packaging to increase re-
cycling, educating drivers,  and Washington state's used oil
recycling program.
                                 11/15/88

 lOrctef Number: EPA/53fj$W-e9-OQ6  Order Form: OSW
                    Used Oil Recycling (Fall 1990)

                    Offers EPA how-to manual and informational brochures on
                    used oil recycling. Other articles describe how oil overcharge
                    aids Florida recycling,  Florida boosts recycling through in-
                    centives, and the partners involved in recycling in Georgia's
                    Project PETRO.
                                                      10/15/90

                     Order Number; EPty530$W-$QJ&8   Order.Form: OSW..
                    Used Oil Recycling (Fall 1991)

                    Revisits EPA used oil management standards and listing in
                    newsletter story. Focus on corporate America includes Mobil
                    Corporation recycling forces and Amoco Oil striving for oil
                    recovery. Other stories include state contacts on used oil re-
                    cycling, and how EPA promotes used oil recycling.
                                                     10/15/91

                     Order Number: EPfySSQ-SW-Mft  Order Form; OSW
Variable Rates in Solid Waste: Handbook
for Solid Waste Officials; Volume I:
Executive Summary

Points out potential benefits of moving toward variable rates,
and potential costs. Manual and companion volume de-
signed to assist managers and analysts in carrying out analy-
sis of options available in jurisdiction, and to alert managers
of issues, interdependencies, options, suggestions, and solu-
tions.
                                 06/15/90

 Order Nvmber;lEPty$30-$W-dfr084A Order Form: OSW
                    Variable Rates in Solid Waste: Handbook
                    for Solid Waste Officials; Volume II:
                    Detailed Manual

                    Assists solid waste officials in analyzing solid waste system
                    changes. Emphasis on factors related to changes to fee sys-
                    tem. Includes six major parts with tables of contents.
                    (EPA/530-SW-90-084B)              06/15/90
                     Order Number: PB9&272 063
                                 Order Form: NTIS
                       For ordering instructions, go to Section 4, Ordering Information and Forms.
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Alphabetical Listing of Subjects

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                                        ft
ACETALDEHYDE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K009 and K010 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
ACETONE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT Back-
  ground Document for K022; Amendment (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029. K095, and
  K096:  Production  of  1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constituents; K022: Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation  Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene;  K035: Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still Tails from the Production of Methyl  Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and  Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024:  Production of Chlorinated  Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons


ACRYLONITRILE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K011, K013, and K014 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K011, K013,and  K014; Addendum for
  Acrylonitrile Wastes (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K:  BOAT Related Comments;  F025: Wastes from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008:  Inor-
  ganic Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:
  Still  Bottoms from Benzal Chloride; K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Elec-
  tric Arc Furnace Dust; and  K069:  Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting


AIR EMISSIONS

• Emissions Testing of a  Precalciner Cement Kiln at Louis-
  ville, Nebraska
• Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement Kiln at Hannibal, Mis-
  souri; Draft Final Report
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Tighter Controls  Proposed for
  Hazardous Waste Incinerators
• Evaluation  Guidelines for Toxic Air Emissions from Land
  Disposal Facilities
• General and Interim Status Standards for Tanks (40 CFR
  264 and 265,  Subpart J);  Interim Status Standards for
  Chemical,  Physical, and Biological Treatment  (40 CFR
  265, Subpart Q); Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
  erators  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Guidance Document for Subpart F; Air Emission Monitor-
  ing; Land Disposal Toxic Air Emissions Evaluation  Guide-
  line
• Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering Phase;
  Final Report
• Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart O);
  Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
  ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Facilities Un-
  der RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Measurements of Particulates,  Metals, and Organics  at a
  Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry Scrubber and Bag-
  house Equipped Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Methods Manual for Compliance with the  BIF Regulations:
  Burning Hazardous  Waste  in  Boilers and Industrial  Fur-
  naces
• Municipal  Waste  Combustion  Study:   Assessment of
  Health  Risks  Associated With  Exposure to  Municipal
  Waste Combustion Emissions
  Municipal Waste Combustion Study:
  Emissions
Control of Organic
  Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Emissions Data Base
  for Municipal Waste Combustors
  Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Report to Congress
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• Performance Test on a Spray Dryer, Fabric Filter, and Wet
  Scrubber; Draft Test Report
• Permitting of Land  Disposal Facilities: Groundwater and
  Air Emission Monitoring
• Pilot-Scale ESP and HydroSonic Scrubber Parametric Tests
  for Particulate, Metals, and HCI Emissions; John Zink Com-
  pany Research Facility; Tulsa Oklahoma; Draft Test Report
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Technical Evaluation of the Combustion System of the Ma-
  rine Shale Processors, Inc. Facility in Amelia, Louisiana
• Technical Guidance Document: Inspection Techniques for
  the Fabrication of Geomembrane Field Seams
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Determining
  Appropriate Technology and Response for Air  Releases;
  Draft Final Report


ALTERNATE CONCENTRATION LIMITS
(ACL)	

• Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;  Part I: ACL Pol-
  icy  and Information  Requirements;  Part II:  Based on
  264.94(B) Criteria; Case Studies


ALUMINUM

see MARKETS-ALUMINUM
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-ALUMINUM
ANILINE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Pro-
  duction of Aniline, K083 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K103 and K104 (Final)
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BOAT Related  Comments; K017: Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096:  Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constitue nts; K022:  Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still Tails from the Production of Methyl  Ethyl
  Pyridine;  K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
ARSENIC WASTES
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K031, K084, K101,  K102, Charac-
  teristic  Arsenic Wastes  (D004), Characteristic Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes  Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K101 and K102 Low Arsenic Sub-
  category (Final)
• Pilot-Scale ESP and  Hydro-Sonic Scrubber  Parametric
  Tests for  Particulate,  Metals, and HCI Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
  Test Report
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-E:  BOAT Related  Comments; D004: Characteristic
  Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Containing Ar-
  senic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes for Selenium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1:  Capacity Related Comments


ASBESTOS
• Asbestos Waste  Management
  Transport, Disposal


ASH
Guidance:  Generation,
• Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash, Ash
  Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
  Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)
• Emissions Testing of a Precalciner Cement Kiln at  Louis-
  ville, Nebraska
• Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement Kiln at Hannibal, Mis-
  souri; Draft Final Report
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Cement and Concrete Containing Fly Ash
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:   Report Analyzes  Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and Leachate Charac-
  terization;  Monofill  Baseline  Year; Woodburn  Monofill;
  Woodburn, Oregon


BARIUM WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Barium Wastes D005 and P013  (Fi-
  nal)
• Response to Comments  Background  Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
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  Volume  1-F:  BOAT Related  Comments; D005:  Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Barium and P013; and D006:  Charac-
  teristic Wastes for Cadmium
BATTERIES

see MARKETS-BATTERIES
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-BATTERIES


BENZYL CHLORIDE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K015 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K015; Addendum  (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K:  BOAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes  from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:
  Still Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061:  Elec-
  tric Arc  Furnace Dust; and  K069:   Emission  Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting


BEVILL AMENDMENT

see Mining Wastes


BUILDING INSULATION

see PROCUREMENT-BUILDING INSULATION
BURNING [HAZARDOUS WASTE]

see also COMBUSTION [NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE]
• Background Information Document for the Development of
  Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes
  in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces (Complete Set)
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
• Emissions Testing of a Precalciner Cement Kiln at  Louis-
  ville, Nebraska
• Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement Kiln at Hannibal, Mis-
  souri; Draft Final Report
• Engineering Handbook for Hazardous Waste Incineration
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to Requirements
  for Hazardous Waste Incinerator Permits
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to the Regulations
  for Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers and Industrial Fur-
  naces
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Coke Ovens Temporarily Ex-
  empted from BIF Rule Provisions
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Coke Wastes Proposed as
  Hazardous
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous Waste Boilers and
  Industrial Furnaces Now Under Strict RCRA Regulations
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Tighter Controls Proposed for
  Hazardous Waste Incinerators
• Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Incinerator Per-
  mits; Final Report
• Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting Study
• Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions and Answers
• Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering Phase;
  Final Report
• Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart O);
  Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
  ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Faciities Un-
  der RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim Status Standards for Thermal Treatment Processes
  Other Than Incineration and for  Open Burning  (40 CFR
  265, Subpart P); Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
  erators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Measurements of Particulates, Metals, and Organics at a
  Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry Scrubber and Bag-
  house Equipped Hazardous Waste Incinerator
• Methods Manual for Compliance with the BIF Regulations:
  Burning Hazardous Waste  in  Boilers  and Industrial Fur-
  naces
• Mobile Incineration: An Analysis of the  Industry
• Performance Test on a Spray Dryer, Fabric Filter, and Wet
  Scrubber; Draft Test Report
• Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators
• Pilot-Scale  ESP  and  Hydro-Sonic  Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate,  Metals, and HCI  Emissions;  John
  Zink Company Research  Facility;  Tulsa,  Oklahoma;  Draft
  Test Report
• Proposed Additions to Standards  for Hazardous Waste In-
  cineration (40 CFR 264.342 and 264.343); Standards Ap-
  plicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Facilities Under RCRA,
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
• Report to Congress: Wastes from  the Combustion of Coal
  by Electric Utility Power Plants
• Response to Comments  Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
• Technical Evaluation of the Combustion System of the Ma-
  rine Shale Processors, Inc. Facility in Amelia, Louisiana
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• Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler and
  Industrial Furnace Regulations
• Trial Burn Observation Guide


CADMIUM WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for D006 Cadmium Wastes (Final)
• Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash, Ash
  Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of Products Containing  Lead and Cad-
  mium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970
  to 2000
• Environmental  Fact  Sheet:  Report Analyzes Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and  Leachates
• Pilot-Scale  ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate,  Metals, and HCI Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
  Test Report
• Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis of Lead and Cad-
  mium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-F: BOAT Related Comments; D005: Characteristic
  Wastes for Barium and P013; and D006: Characteristic
  Wastes for Cadmium
• Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste  Regula-
  tory Determination


CALIFORNIA LIST WASTES

• Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; volume II: California
  List Wastes
CEMENT

see PROCUREMENT-CEMENT AND CEMENT PRODUCTS
CONTAINING FLY ASH
CHEMICALS

see INORGANIC CHEMICALS
see ORGANIC CHEMICALS
CHLORIDE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K016, K018, K019, K020, and K030
  (Final)
CHLORINATED ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBON
PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlo-
  rinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlo-
  rinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024; Amendment (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlo-
  rinated Aliphatics F025 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume  1-K:  BOAT Related  Comments; F025:  Wastes from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;   K011, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:
  Still  Bottoms from Benzyl  Chloride; K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from  Manufacturing, Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Elec-
  tric  Arc  Furnace Dust;  and K069:   Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume  1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096:  Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constituents; K022:   Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:  Distillation Bottoms
  from  the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still  Tails from the  Production of Methyl Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024:  Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons


CHLORINE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K071 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K073 (Final)
• Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of July 16, 1980,
  Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31 and 261.32); Identifi-
  cation and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Sub-
  title C, Section 3001
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-L: BOAT Related Comments; K071 and K106: Mer-
  cury Cell Process Wastes; K086:   Residues  from  Ink
  Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
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CHLOROBENZENE WASTES
  Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chlo-
  robenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041.  K042, K085, K097,
  K098, K105, and D012-D017)
  Response to Comments Background Document for the Third
  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Volume 1-N:
  BOAT Related Comments; Halogenated Organic, Pharmaceuti-
  cal,  Brominated Organic, OrganoSulfur Compounds, and Or-
  gano-Nitrogen Compound Wastes; and Halogenated Pesticide
  and  Chlorobenzene, Halogenated  Phenolic,  and Phenolic
  Wastes
CHROMIUM WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Chromium Wastes D007 and U032
  (Final)
• Pilot-Scale ESP and  Hydro-Sonic Scrubber  Parametric
  Tests for  Particulate,  Metals, and HCI Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
  Test Report
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-G:  BOAT Related Comments;  D007: Characteristic
  Wastes for Chromium
CLOSURE/POST-CLOSURE

see also PERMITS AND PERMITTING
• Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface Impoundments
• Closure/Post-Closure and Financial Responsibility Require-
  ments for Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities; Final Rule; Background Document
• Closure/Post-Closure Interim Status  Standards (40 CFR
  265, Subpart G):  Standards Applicable to Owners and
  Operators of Hazardous  Waste  Treatment,  Storage, and
  Disposal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Closure and
  Post-Closure Care and Financial Responsibility Require-
  ments (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32); Draft Back-
  ground Document
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Changes to Interim Status Fa-
  cilities; Modifications to Hazardous Waste Permits; Proce-
  dures for Post-Closure Permitting
• Environmental Fact  Sheet:  Delay of Closure Period for
  Hazardous Waste Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Revisions to the Sub-
  title C  Financial Responsibility Requirements
• Equivalency of State Financial Responsibility Mechanisms
• Final Draft Guidance for Subpart G of the Interim Status
  Standards for Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
• Financial  Assurance for Closure and Post-Closure Care;
  Requirements for Owners and  Operators of Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; A Guid-
  ance Manual
• Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
  Closure Plans (Subparts G and  H); Volume I: Treatment
  and Storage Facilities; Volume II: Land Disposal Facilities;
  Volume III: Unit Costs; Volume IV: Documentation
• Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
  Closure/Post-Closure (40 CFR Part 265)
• Interim Status Standards and  General Status Standards for
  Closure and Post-Closure Care  (40  CFR  264 and  265,
  Subpart G); Standards  Applicable to Owners and Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Manage-
  ment Program
• Post-Closure Liability Trust Fund Simulation  Model; Vol-
  ume I: Model Overview and  Results; Volume II:  Graphs
  and Tables of Model Results; Volume III: Model Description
• Protocol for Evaluating Interim Status Closure/Post-Closure
  Plans
• Questions and Answers Regarding the July 14, 1986, Haz-
  ardous Waste Tank System Regulatory Amendments
• RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart G Closure and Post-
  Closure Care Standards and Subpart  H Cost Estimating
  Requirements
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7
• Report to the Congress of the United States on the Post-
  Closure Liability Trust Fund Under Section 3001(A)(2)(II) of
  the Comprehensive  Environmental Response, Compensa-
  tion, and Liability Act of  1980
• Technical Resource  Document: Design, Construction, and
  Operation of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste Sur-
  face Impoundments


COKING  OPERATIONS WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K060 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K087 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Coke Ovens Temporarily Exempted
  from BIF Rule Provisions
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Coke Wastes  Proposed as
  Hazardous
• Response to Comments  Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K:  BOAT Related Comments;  F025:  Wastes from
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  (Continued)
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;  KOtl, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:
  Still Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Elec-
  tric Arc Furnace Dust; and  K069:   Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting


COMBUSTION [NON-HAZARDOUS WASTES]

see MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE-COMBUSTION
COMPOSTING

• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Yard Waste Composting
• Reusable News (Fall 1991)
• Reusable News (Spring 1990)
• Reusable News (Winter 1991)
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
• Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight Programs


CORRECTIVE ACTION

• Compendium of ORD and OSWER Documents Relevant
  to RCRA Corrective Action
• Corrective  Measures for Releases to Groundwater from
  Solid Waste Management Units; Draft Final Report
• Corrective Measures for Releases to Soil from Solid Waste
  Management Units; Draft Final Report
• Corrective Measures for Releases to Surface Waters, Draft
  Final  Report
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Groundwater
  Monitoring and Corrective Action (Subpart E)
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Rulemaking on Cor-
  rective Action for Solid Waste Management Units at Haz-
  ardous Waste Management Facilities
• National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Manage-
  ment Program
• National RCRA Corrective Action Strategy
• RCRA Corrective Action Interim  Measures Guidance;  In-
  terim Final
• RCRA Corrective Action Plan; Interim Final
• RCRA Environmental Indicators; FY 1991  Progress Report
  and Implementation Plan  for the Future
• RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance; Interim Final
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years:  1987-1992
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP); Fiscal Year 1993
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 9
• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed Rulemaking
  on Corrective Action for Solid Waste Management Units
• Technical Guidance Document: Inspection Techniques for
  the Fabrication of Geomembrane Field Seams
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Determining
  Appropriate Technology and  Response for  Air Releases;
  Draft Final Report
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Subsurface
  Gas


CORROSIVE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  Characteristic  Ignitable  Wastes
  (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents  (Final)
• Corrosivity Characteristic (40  CFR 261.22); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-C: BOAT Related Comments;  D002: Characteristic
  Corrosive Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1:  Capacity Related Comments


CREOSOTE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K001 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K001 (Addendum) and U051 (Creo-
  sote)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastewater Treatment Sludges Gen-
  erated in the Production of Creosote K035 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096:  Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constituents; K022:  Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping  Still Tails from the  Production of Methyl  Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation Bottoms  from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024:  Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
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CYANIDE WASTES
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006. F007-F012,
  F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide  Wastes; Addendum for
  F019  (Final)
• Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and Acid-Generating Wastes
  Generated  by the Mining and Beneficiating Industries, and
  the Potentials for Contaminant Release
• Response  to Comments  Background  Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
  Volume 1:  Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response  to Comments  Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-L: BOAT Related Comments; K071 and K106:  Mer-
  cury  Cell  Process  Wastes; K086:   Residues from Ink
  Production Wastes Containing Cyanide


DELISTING PETITIONS

• Criteria for Identifying Characteristics of Hazardous Waste
  (40 CFR 261. 10); Criteria for Listing Hazardous Waste (40
  CFR 261. 11); Petitions to Amend Part 261 to Exclude a
  Waste Produced at a Particular Facility (40 CFR 260.22);
  Identification and  Listing of Hazardous  Waste Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting  Regulation Amend-
  ment
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Notification  of Groundwater
  Monitoring Policy for Delisting Petitions
• Petitions to Delist Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance Manual
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2


DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE PRODUCTION
WASTES

• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and  Contaminated
  Debris
DIOXINS

• Guidance for Implementing the RCRA Dioxin Listing Rule
• Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents
  and Dioxins
• National Dioxin Study
• Questions and Answers on Land Disposal Restrictions for
  Solvents and Dioxins
• Regulatory  Determination:   Landfills and Surface  Im-
  poundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
• Test Method 8290:  Procedures for the Detection  and
  Measurement of PCDDs and PCDFs
DISULFOTON PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K037 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K037; Amendment (Final)
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-0: BOAT Related Comments; K048-K052: Petroleum
  Refining Industry  Wastes;  K036:   Organophosphorous
  Wastes (Nonwastewaters);  K037:   Wastewater Treatment
  Sludges from the Production of Disulfoton
D-WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Barium Wastes D005 and P013 (Fi-
  nal)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  Characteristic  Ignitable  Wastes
  (D001), Characteristic  Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Chromium Wastes D007 and U032
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for D006 Cadmium Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for D008 and P and U Lead Wastes (Fi-
  nal)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chlo-
  robenzene Wastes (K032-K034,  K041, K042, K085, K097,
  K098, K105, and D012-D017) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K031, K084, K101, K102, Charac-
  teristic  Arsenic Wastes  (D004), Characteristic Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
  K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  Silver-Containing  Wastes  D011,
  P099, P104 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document  for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-B: BOAT Related Comments; D001: Characteristic
  Ignitable Wastes
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• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-C:  BOAT Related Comments; D002: Characteristic
  Corrosive Wastes
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-D:  BOAT Related Comments; D003: Characteristic
  Reactive Wastes and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
  Listing Constituents
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-E:  BOAT Related Comments; D004:  Characteristic
  Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Containing Ar-
  senic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes for Selenium
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land  Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Wastes
  for Selenium
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-F:  BOAT Related Comments; D005:  Characteristic
  Wastes for Barium and P013; and D006;  Characteristic
  Wastes for Cadmium
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-G:  BOAT Related Comments; D007: Characteristic
  Wastes for Chromium
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-H:  BOAT Related Comments; D008: Characteristic
  Wastes for Lead and P and U Wastes Containing Lead
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Characteristic
  Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Containing Mer-
  cury; K045, K046, and  K047:  Wastes from the Manufac-
  turing and Processing of Explosives; D011:  Characteristic
  Wastes for  Silver;  PH9,  P120:  Vanadium  Containing
  Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-N:  BOAT Related  Comments; Halogenated Or-
  ganic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic, Organo-Sulfur
  Compounds,  and Organo-Nitrogen Compound Wastes;
  and Halogenated  Pesticide and Chlorobenzene, Halogen-
  ated Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments

EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS

• Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin: Recycle and Combat
  a Life of Grime (Comic Book)
• Let's Reduce and Recycle: A Curriculum for Solid Waste
  Awareness
• Once There Lived a Wicked Dragon (Coloring Book)
• Recycle Today!  Educational  Materials for Grades K-12
  (Brochure)
• Ride the Wave of the Future:  Recycle Today! (Poster)
• School Recycling Programs:  A Handbook for Educators


ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST

see STEEL PRODUCTION WASTES


ELECTROPLATING OPERATIONS WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006, F007-F012,
  F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for F006 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for F006; Addendum  (Final)
• Response to Comments  Background  Document for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal  Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
  Volume 1-J: BOAT Related Comments; Mixed Radioactive
  Hazardous Wastes;  Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes;  Halo-
  genated  Aliphatic U Wastes;  Non-Halogenated Aromatic U
  Wastes; F002-F005:  Solvents; F006: Electroplating Wastewa-
  ter Treatment Sludges; and  F019: Aluminum Conversion
  Coating Treatment Sludges


ENFORCEMENT

see LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT


EPICHLOROHYDRIN PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground  Document  for Wastes from the  Production of
  Epichlorohydrin, K017 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BOAT  Related Comments; K017:  Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096: Production  of  1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constituents; K022:   Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:  Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still Tails from the Production of Methyl  Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024:  Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
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ETHYLENEBISDITHIOCARBAMIC ACID
PRODUCTION WASTES

• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris


ETHYLENE  DIBROMIDE PRODUCTION
WASTES

• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
EXPLOSIVES PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K046 Nonreactive Subcategory  (Fi-
  nal)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K046; Addendum
• Memorandum to the Docket Regarding Final Treatment
  Standards for Nonwastewater and Wastewater  Forms of
  K044, K045. and K047
• Response to Comments Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-1: BOAT Related Comments; D009: Characteristic
  Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Containing Mer-
  cury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes from the Manufactur-
  ing  and Processing  of  Explosives;  D011: Characteristic
  Wastes for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium Containing Wastes;
  and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium
• Response to Comments Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K:  BOAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;   K011,  K013, K014: Acrylonitriles;  K015:
  Still  Bottoms  from  Benzyl Chloride;  K046: Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing. Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Electric
  Arc Furnace Dust; and K069: Emission Control Dust/Sludge
  from Secondary Lead Smelting
FINANCIAL ASSURANCE

see LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT
FINANCING

see GRANTS AND FINANCING
FLY ASH

see ASH
see PROCUREMENT-CEMENT AND CEMENT PRODUCTS
CONTAINING FLY ASH
F-WASTES

• Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and II
• Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land  Disposal  Restrictions:  Solvent Waste Vol-
  umes and Characteristics. Required Treatment and Recy-
  cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006,  F007-F012.
  F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide Wastes;  Addendum for
  F019 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005  Spent  Solvents  (Com-
  plete Set)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volumes
  1-3
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Amend-
  ment to Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for F002  (1,1,2-Trichloroethane) and
  F005  (Benzene, 2-Ethoxyethanol,  and 2-Nitropropane);
  Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for F006 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for F006; Addendum (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for U  and P Wastes, Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume A: Wastewater Forms of Organic
  U and  P Wastes and Multisource Leachate  (F039) for
  which there are Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for U  and P Wastes, Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume B: U and P Wastewaters and
  Nonwastewaters with Methods of Treatment as Treatment
  Standards
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for U  and P Wastes, Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume C: Nonwastewater Forms  of Or-
  ganic U and P Wastes and Multisource  Leachate (F039) for
  which there are Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for U and  P Wastes,  Multisource  Leachate
  (F039).  Volume  D: Reactive U and P Wastewaters and
  Nonwastewaters
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• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for  U  and P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume E:  U and P Gaseous Wastes
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlo-
  rinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlo-
  rinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024; Amendment (Final)
ซ Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlo-
  rinated Aliphatics F025 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Amends Primary Petro-
  leum Sludge Listing
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Listing of Wastes from Primary
  Treatment of Oily Wastewaters
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-J: BOAT  Related Comments; Mixed Radioactive
  Hazardous Wastes;  Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes; Halo-
  genated Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-Halogenated Aromatic U
  Wastes; F002-F005: Solvents; F006: Electroplating Waste-
  water Treatment Sludges; and  F019:  Aluminum Conver-
  sion Coating Treatment Sludges
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K: BOAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;  KOtl,  K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:
  Still Bottoms from  Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Elec-
  tric Arc Furnace  Dust; and  K069:   Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096;  Production  of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constituents; K022:  Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:  Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of  Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still  Tails  from the Production  of Methyl Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the  Production
  of  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments
GENERATORS
see also SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
• Asbestos Waste  Management  Guidance: Generation,
  Transport, Disposal
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Nineteen Eighty-Five National
  Biennial Report  of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
• Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents
  and Dioxins
• Low-Level Mixed Waste:  A RCRA Perspective for NRC Li-
  censees
• Managing and Tracking  Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Generators
• Manifest System, Recordkeeping, and Reporting (40 CFR
  264 and 265, Subpart E); Standards Applicable to Owners
  and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
  and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
  3004
• National Survey  of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment,  Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities in
  1986: Hazardous Waste Generation and Management
• National Survey  of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment,  Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities in
  1986:   Hazardous Waste Management in  RCRA TSDR
  Units
• National Survey  of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal Facilities Regulated Un-
  der RCRA in 1981
  The New Toxicity Characteristic Rule:
  Tips for Generators
Information and
• Nineteen  Eighty-Five National Biennial Report of Hazard-
  ous Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Regulated Under RCRA; Volumes I and II
• Nineteen  Eighty-Seven National Biennial RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Report
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 6
• Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Regulations Af-
  fecting Generators  and Transporters (40 CFR 262 and
  263);  Explanation  of  Revisions in  Reporting Burden
  Estimates

GLASS

see MARKETS-GLASS
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-GLASS

GRANTS AND FINANCING

• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years:  1987-1992
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium. Volume 11
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• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials: Accounting Format
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials: Financing


GROUND WATER

• Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance; Part I: ACL Pol-
  icy  and  Information  Requirements; Part II: Based  on
  264.94(6) Criteria; Case Studies
• Background  Document for  the Groundwater Screening
  Procedure to Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restric-
  tions
• Corrective Measures for  Releases to Groundwater from
  Solid Waste Management Units; Draft Final Report
• Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology
  under RCRA (Complete Set)
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste  Landfills: Case Studies
  on Groundwater and  Surface Water Contamination from
  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste  Landfills: Groundwater
  Monitoring and Corrective Action (Subpart E)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Amends Monitoring Well
  Requirements for Interim-Status Hazardous Waste Facili-
  ties
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Notification of Groundwater
  Monitoring Policy for Delisting Petitions
• Groundwater Monitoring (40  CFR 265, Subpart F); Stand-
  ards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal Facilities Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Groundwater Monitoring Guidance  for Owners and Opera-
  tors of Interim Status Facilities
• Guidance on Issuing Permits  to Facilities Required to Ana-
  lyze Groundwater for Appendix VIII Constituents
• Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
• Methods for the Storage  and Retrieval of RCRA Ground-
  water Monitoring Data on STORET; User's Manual
• Permitting of Land Disposal  Facilities: Groundwater and
  Air Emission Monitoring
• Permitting of Land Disposal  Facilities: Groundwater Pro-
  tection Standard
• Procedures Manual for Groundwater Monitoring at  Solid
  Waste Disposal Facilities
• RCRA Groundwater Monitoring  Compliance  Order Guid-
  ance
• RCRA Groundwater  Monitoring Technical  Enforcement
  Guidance Document (TEGD) (Final)
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7
• Statistical Analysis of  Groundwater  Monitoring Data at
  RCRA Facilities; Interim Final Guidance
• Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report
HALOGENATED PESTICIDE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chlo-
  robenzene Wastes (K032-K034. K041. K042, K085. K097
  K098, K105, and D012-D017)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-N:  BOAT  Related Comments;  Halogenated Or-
  ganic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic, Organo-Sulfur
  Compounds, and  Organo-Nitrogen  Compound  Wastes;
  and Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene, Halogen-
  ated Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes
HAZARDOUS WASTE DATA

• Assessment of Hazardous Waste Mismanagement Dam-
  age Case Histories
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Quality Assurance/Quality Control
  Procedures and Methodology (Final)
• Chemical, Physical,  and Biological  Properties of Com-
  pounds Present at Hazardous Waste Sites (Final Report)
• Compilation of Current Practices at Land Disposal Facili-
  ties: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection  Designs, Ac-
  tion  Leakage Rates,   Response Action   Plans,  and
  Management of Liquids in Landfills
• Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated in
  the United States; Appendix
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Capacity Assurance Planning
  and the 1991  Biennial Report
• Environmental  Fact  Sheet: Nineteen Eighty-Five National
  Biennial   Report  of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
• Methods  for the Storage and Retrieval of RCRA Ground-
  water Monitoring Data on STORET; User's Manual
• National Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generator Sur-
  vey; Final  Report
• National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
  ment, Storage, Disposal  and  Recycling Facilities in 1986:
  Hazardous Waste Generation and Management
• National   Survey  of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities in
  1986:  Hazardous Waste  Management in RCRA TSDR
  Units
• National   Survey  of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal Facilities Regulated Un-
  der RCRA in 1981
• Nineteen  Eighty-Five  National Biennial Report of Hazard-
  ous Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Regulated Under RCRA; Volumes I and II
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• Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Report
• Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening Survey of Hazard-
  ous Waste Treatment,  Storage, Disposal, and  Recycling
  Facilities
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years 1987-1992
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP); Fiscal Year 1993
• Report on Minimum Criteria to Assure Data Quality
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-A-1:  BOAT  Related  Comments; General BOAT
  Issues
• Statistical Analysis of  Groundwater  Monitoring Data  at
  RCRA Facilities; Interim Final Guidance
• Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data
• Summary Report of Capacity at Commercial Facilities; Vol-
  umes I and II
• Summary Report of Capacity at Limited Commercial and
  Company Captive Facilities; Draft; Volumes I and II
• Technical Report:  Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil  and Natural Gas;  Field Sampling and
  Analytical Results
• Technical Report:  Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix A:  Analytical
  Results
• Technical Report:  Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix C:  Sampling
  Reports; Volumes 1 and 2
• Technical Report:  Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix E: Role and
  Function of EPA Sample Control Center
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
  of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix F: List of Analytes
• Trial Burn Observation Guide


HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents for First Third  Wastes; Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for  Second Third Wastes;  Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents  for  Third Third Wastes; Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Chemical,  Physical,  and Biological  Properties of  Com-
  pounds Present at Hazardous Waste Sites (Final Report)
• Corrosivity Characteristic (40  CFR 261.22); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste under RCRA, Subtitle  C,
  Section 3001
• Criteria for Identifying Characteristics of Hazardous Waste
  (40 CFR 261. 10); Criteria for Listing Hazardous Waste (40
  CFR 261. 11); Petitions to Amend Part 261 to Exclude a
  Waste Produced at a Particular Facility (40 CFR 260.22);
  Identification  and  Listing  of Hazardous  Waste under
  RCRA Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Degree of Hazard as an Approach to Defining and Manag-
  ing Hazardous Wastes; Identification and Listing of Haz-
  ardous Waste under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Does  \t>ur Business Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
  Small Businesses Do
  • Chemical Manufacturers
  • Cleaning and Cosmetics
  • Construction
  • Drycleaning and Laundry
  • Educational and Vocational  Shops
  • Equipment Repair
  • Formulators
  • Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
  • Laboratories
  • Leather Products Manufacturing
  • Metal Manufacturing
  • Motor Freight Terminals/Railroad Transport
  • Paper Industry
  • Pesticide End-Users/Application Services
  • Printing and Allied Industries
  • Textile Manufacturing
  • Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest Instructions
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Wood Preserving
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Coke  Wastes Proposed as
  Hazardous
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA  Amends Primary  Petro-
  leum Sludge Listing
• Environmental Fact Sheet: ERA Issues Interim Final Regu-
  lations on the "Mixture" and "Derived-from" Rules
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Revised Hazard-
  ous Waste Identification Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Final  Rule for Third  Third
  Scheduled Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements for
  Land Disposal Restrictions
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Listing of Wastes from Primary
  Treatment of Oily Wastewaters
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposal Will List Wastes Gen-
  erated during the Manufacture of Chlorinated Toluenes as
  Hazardous
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• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
• Fate and Transport of Hazardous Constituents; Identifica-
  tion and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle
  C, Section 3001
• Guidance for Implementing the RCRA Dioxin Listing Rule
• Guidance for the Analysis of Refinery Wastes
• Guidance on the Definition and Identification of Commer-
  cial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous  Waste
  and Answers to Anticipated Questions
• Hazardous Waste from Discarding of Commercial Chemi-
  cal  Products and  the Containers  and  Spill  Residues
  Thereof (40 CFR 261.33); Identification and  Listing of Haz-
  ardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Health  and  Environmental Effects Profiles (40 CFR 261);
  Identification and  Listing  of  Hazardous  Waste  Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Ignitability Characteristic (40 CFR 261.21); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250. 14); Identification and List-
  ing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
  3001
• Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of July 16, 1980,
  Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31  and 261.32); Identifi-
  cation and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Sub-
  title C, Section 3001
• Listing of Hazardous Waste (40 CFR 261.31 and 261.32);
  Identification and  Listing  of  Hazardous  Waste  Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats Test Materials:
  Pyridine; Volumes I and II
• Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity Study;  Final  Report; Com-
  pound: Isobutyl Alcohol
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volumes 3-6
• Reactivity Characteristic  (40 CFR 261.23); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Subchronic  Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in Sprague  Dawley
  Rats
• Subchronic  Toxicity  of Ortho-Cresol  in Sprague  Dawley
  Rats
• Subchronic  Toxicity of  Para-Cresol  in Sprague  Dawley
  Rats; MBA Chemical No. 25
• Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Admin-
  istered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Fi-
  nal Report
• Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Admin-
  istered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Fi-
  nal Report; Appendices I-IX
• Toxicity  Characteristic Leaching Procedure;  Background
  Document on Resource Conservation and Recovery Act,
  Subtitle  C, Hazardous Waste Management System, Sec-
  tion 3001, Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste


HAZARDOUS WASTE
IDENTIFICATION—LISTING OF USED OIL

• Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated in
  the United States
• Environmental Fact Sheet: No Hazardous Waste Listing for
  Used Oil That Is Being Disposed
• Used Oil Recycling (Fall 1991)


HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING

• Background  Document for First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: First
  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and
  Availability Treatment Capacity
• Background  Document for First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
  First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
  and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Rnal Rule:  Second
  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and
  Availability Treatment Capacity; Volumes I and II
• Background  Document for Second Third Wastes to Sup-
  port 40 CFR 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions;  Proposed
  Rule:  Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
• Background  Document for Solvents  to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and II
• Background  Document for Solvents  to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste Vol-
  umes and Characteristics, Required  Treatment and Recy-
  cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions; Final Rule:
  Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
  and Available Treatment Capacity;  (Complete Set)
• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR Part 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions;  Proposed
  Rule: Third Third Waste Volumes,  Characteristics, and Re-
  quired and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete Set)
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
• Directory of Commercial Hazardous  Waste Management
  Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Coke Ovens  Temporarily Ex-
  empted from BIF Rule Provisions
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• Environmental Fact Sheet: Interim Final Rule Suspending
  Application  of the Tbxicity Characteristic for Used Ghlo-
  rofluorocarbon Refrigerants Being Reclaimed
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  New Treatment Standards Fi-
  nalized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
• Guidance Manual  on  the RCRA Regulation of Recycled
  Hazardous Wastes
• National Survey  of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities in
  1986:  Hazardous Waste Generation and Management
• National Survey  of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities in
  1986:   Hazardous Waste Management in RCRA  TSDR
  Units
• Nineteen Eighty-Six National  Screening Survey of Hazard-
  ous Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and Recycling Fa-
  cilities
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 9  General
• States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling


HAZARDOUS WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Documents for First Third Wastes; Final Rule (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Documents for Second Third Wastes; Final  Rule (Complete
  Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Documents for Third Third Wastes; Final Rule (Complete Set)
• Definitions and General Provisions under  RCRA, Subtitle
  C; Definitions and Provisions for Confidentiality (40 CFR
  260, Subparts A and B)
• Degree of Hazard as an Approach to Defining and Manag-
  ing Hazardous Wastes; Identification and  Listing of Haz-
  ardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Design and Development of a Hazardous Waste Reactivity
  Testing Protocol
• Documentation for Development of Toxicity and Volumes
  Scores for the Purpose of Scheduling Hazardous Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Interim Final Regu-
  lations on the "Mixture" and "Derived-from"  Rules
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous Waste Manage-
  ment System; Final Codification Rule Correction
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Waste Export and  Import Act
  of 1991
• Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982
  to December 1991)
• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991 Monthly Hotline
  Reports
• Interim National Criteria  for a Quality Hazardous  Waste
  Management Program Under RCRA
• National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Manage-
  ment Program
• The Nation's Hazardous Waste Management Program at a
  Crossroads: The RCRA Implementation Study
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years:  1987-1992
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP); Fiscal Year 1993
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2
• RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Reports
• Regulatory Analysis of RCRA Regulations
• Solving the Hazardous Waste Problem: EPA's RCRA Pro-
  gram
• State Decision-Makers  Guide for Hazardous Waste Man-
  agement


HEALTH EFFECTS

• Background  Document on the Development and Use of
  Reference Doses; Part I:  Data Needs and Apportionment;
  Part II:  Considerations Related to the Development of Pro-
  tocols for Toxicity Studies
• Chemical,  Physical,  and  Biological Properties of  Com-
  pounds Present at Hazardous Waste Sites  (Final Report)
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Case Studies
  on Groundwater and Surface Water Contamination from
  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
• Health and Environmental Effects Profiles  (40 CFR 261);
  Identification  and  Listing  of Hazardous  Waste  under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines (Complete Set)
• Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model
• Municipal  Waste  Combustion Study:  Assessment of
  Health  Risks Associated With  Exposure  to  Municipal
  Waste Combustion Emissions
• Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Report to Congress
• Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in  Rats Test Materials:
  Pyridine; Volumes I and II
• Permitting  of Land Disposal  Facilities: Groundwater Pro-
  tection Standard
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Information Require-
  ments for Permitting Discharges; General Standards Appli-
  cable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous   Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
• Procedural Guidance for Reviewing Exposure Information
  under RCRA, Section 3019
• Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and Acid-Generating Wastes
  Generated by the Mining and Beneficiating  Industries, and
  the Potentials for Contaminant Release
• Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity Study; Final  Report;  Com-
  pound: Isobutyl Alcohol
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• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for Munici-
  pal Solid Waste Landfills
• Report to Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Proc-
  essing:  Summary and Findings; Methods and Analyses;
  Appendices
• Subchronic Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats
• Subchronic Toxicity of Ortho-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats
• Subchronic Toxicity  of Para-Cresol in Sprague Dawley
  Rats; MBA Chemical  No. 25
• Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report
• Surface Water Screening  Procedure; Background Docu-
  ment
• Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Admin-
  istered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Fi-
  nal Report
• Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Admin-
  istered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Fi-
  nal Report; Appendices I-IX


HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTES

• Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Patient Flyer)
• Disposal Tips for Home Health  Care (Professional  Bro-
  chure)
• Handle with  Care:  How to Throw Out Used Insulin Syr-
  inges and Lancets at Home; A Booklet for Young People
  with Diabetes and their Families
• Household Hazardous Waste: Bibliography of Useful Ref-
  erences and List of State Experts
• National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill Facili-
  ties
• Proceedings  of the Fifth National Conference on House-
  hold Hazardous Waste Management, November 5-7 1990,
  San Francisco, California
• Proceedings of the Fourth  National Conference on House-
  hold Hazardous Waste Management
• Proceedings  of the Sixth National United States  Environ-
  mental  Protection Agency Conference on Household Haz-
  ardous  Waste   Management   (Seattle,   Washington,
  December 3-7, 1991)
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Reusable News (Spring 1990)
• Reusable News (Spring 1992)
• States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling
• Summary of the First National Conference on Household
  Hazardous Waste Collection Programs
• Summary of the Second National Conference on House-
  hold Hazardous Waste Management
• Summary of the Third National Conference on Household
  Hazardous Waste Management
• Survey of Household Hazardous Waste and Related  Col-
  lection Programs


IGNITABLE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Characteristic  Ignitable  Wastes
  (D001), Characteristic Corrosive  Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents (Final)
• Ignitability Characteristic (40  CFR 261.21); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR 265, Sub-
  part N); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
  ties Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-B: BOAT Related Comments; D001: Characteristic
  Ignitable Wastes
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1:  Capacity Related Comments
INDUSTRIAL WASTES [NOH-HAZARDOUS]

• Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal Facilities
  and Practices; Notification Requirements (40 CFR Part
  257) (Draft)
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP); Fiscal Year 1993
• Regulatory  Determination:   Landfills and  Surface Im-
  poundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
• Report to Congress: Solid Waste  Disposal in the United
  States; Volumes I and II
• Subtitle  D  Industrial  Facility Telephone Survey  Report
  (1987)


INFORMATION SOURCES

• Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization: Hazardous and
  Non-Hazardous Solid Waste (1980 to Present)
• Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management  Alter-
  natives
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
  Landfills,  Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume III: Ad-
  dendum  to   Characterization  of  Municipal  Landfill
  Leachates; A Literature Review
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
  Landfills,  Monofills, and  Co-Disposal  Sites;  Volume IV:
  Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Residues
  and their Leachates; A Literature Review
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• Compendium of ORD and OSWER Documents Relevant
  to RCRA Corrective Action
• Directory of Mine Waste Characterization and Drainage
  Quality Contacts in Western Governors' Association Mem-
  ber States
• Environmental Fact Sheet: America's War on Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  SWICH: EPA's National Solid
  Waste Information Clearinghouse
• Forty CFR Parts 190-299
• Household Hazardous Waste:  Bibliography of Useful Ref-
  erences and List of State Experts
• How to Access the RCRA Information Center
• Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982
  to December 1991)
• Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991  Monthly Hotline
  Reports
• RCRA Orientation Manual: 1990 Edition
• RCRA Permit  Policy  Compendium, Volume  1:   User's
  Guide, Keyword Index
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium  Update Package; Revi-
  sion I
• RCRA/Superfund/OUST Hotline (Brochure)
• Reusable News


INK FORMULATION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K086 Solvent Wash  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K086 (Ink Formulation Equipment
  Cleaning Wastes); Addendum  (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-L: BOAT Related Comments; K071 and K106: Mer-
  cury  Cell  Process Wastes;  K086: Residues from  Ink
  Production Wastes Containing Cyanide


INORGANIC CHEMICAL  WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K071 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K073 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
  K106, P065, P092, and U151)  (Final)
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-L: BOAT Related Comments; K071 and K106: Mercury
  Cell Process Wastes; K086: Residues from Ink Production
  Wastes Containing Cyanide
INORGANIC PIGMENT WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Inorganic Pigment Wastes, K002-
  K008 (Final)
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K:  BOAT Related Comments; F025:  Wastes from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic  Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:
  Still Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Elec-
  tric Arc Furnace  Dust;  and  K069:   Emission  Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting
IRON PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K062 (Final)
K-WASTES	

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Ani-
  line, K083 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Ni-
  trobenzene by the Nitration of Benzene, K025  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene
  Wastes (K032-K034, K041,  K042. K085, K097 K098, K105,
  and D012-D017) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for Inorganic Pigment Wastes, K002-K008 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
  Document for K001 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
  Document for K001 (Addendum) and U051 (Creosote) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
  Document for K009 and K010 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
  Document for KOfl, K013,and K014 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
  Document for K011, K013,and K014; Addendum for Acryloni-
  trile Wastes (Rnal)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
  Document for K015 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
  Document for K015; Addendum  (Final)
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Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K016, K018, K019, K020, and K030 (Rnal)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K021 (Rnal)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT Background
Document for K022; Amendment (Rnal)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K024 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K031, K084, K101, K102, Characteristic Arsenic
Wastes (D004), Characteristic Selenium Wastes (D010), and
P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic and Selenium Listing
Constituents (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K037 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K037; Amendment (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K043 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K046 Nonreactive Subcategory (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K046; Addendum (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K048, K049, K050, K051, and K052 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K048,  K049, K050, K051, and K052; Amend-
ment (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K060 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-9O059H)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K061 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K061; Addendum (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K062 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
Document for K071 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
Document for K073 (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
Document for K086 Solvent Wash (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
Document for K086  (Ink Formulation Equipment Cleaning
Wastes); Addendum  (Final)
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
Document for K087 (Final)
1 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for K099 (Final)
' Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for K101 and K102 Low Arsenic Subcategory (Fi-
 nal)
' Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for K103 and K104  (Final)
1 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes  (D009,  K106,
 P065.P092, and U151) (Rnal)
1 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Organophosphorus Wastes,  K036 Nonwaste-
 waters; Amendment (Final)
1 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Organophosphorus Wastes,  K038-K040, and
 Various P and U Codes (Final)
1 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Phthalate Wastes. K023, K093, K094, and Vari-
 ous P and U Codes (Final)
1 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for  Stripping Still Tails from  the  Production of
 Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026 (Final)
1 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Wastes from the Production of Dinitrotoluene,
 Toluenediamine, and Toluene Diisocyanate, K027 K111-K116,
 U221, and U223 (Final)
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Wastes from the Production of Epichlorohy-
 drin, K017 (Final)
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-Trichlo-
 roethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096 (Final)
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-Trichlo-
 roethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096; Amendment  (Final)
 Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background
 Document for Wastewater Treatment Sludges Generated in
 the Production of Creosote K035 (Final)
 Environmental Fact Sheet: New Treatment Standards Final-
 ized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
 Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
 for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and  Contaminated
 Debris
 Memorandum to Monica Chatmon-McEaddy of Office of
 Solid  Waste Regarding Final  Treatment Standards for
 K069 Nonwastewaters in  the Calcium  Sulfate/Sodium
 Subcategory and Wastewater Forms of K069
 Memorandum to Monica Chatmon-McEaddy of Office of
 Solid Waste Regarding Final Treatment Standards for Non-
 wastewater and Wastewater Forms of K100
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• Memorandum to the Docket  Regarding  Final Treatment
  Standards for Nonwastewater and Wastewater Forms of
  K044, K045, and K047
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-E:  BOAT Related Comments; D004: Characteristic
  Wastes for Arsenic and  K, P, and U Wastes Containing Ar-
  senic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes for Selenium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume  1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Characteristic
  Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes  Containing Mer-
  cury; K045, K046, and K047:   Wastes from the Manufac-
  turing and Processing of Explosives; DOtl: Characteristic
  Wastes for  Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium  Containing
  Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume  1-K:  BOAT Related Comments; F025:  Wastes from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;  KOtl, K013,  K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:
  Still Bottoms from  Benzyl Chloride;  K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based  Initiating Compounds; K061: Elec-
  tric Arc Furnace  Dust;  and   K069:   Emission  Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume  1-L:  BOAT Related Comments; K071  and K106: Mer-
  cury   Cell Process Wastes; K086:    Residues from Ink
  Production Wastes Containing  Cyanide
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume  1-M:  BOAT Related Comments;  K017:  Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096:  Production of 1. 1, 1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constituents; K022: Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:  Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping  Still Tails from the  Production  of  Methyl Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated  Hydrocarbons  and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume  1-N:   BOAT Related  Comments;  Halogenated  Or-
  ganic, Pharmaceutical,  Brominated Organic, Organo-Sulfur
  Compounds,  and Organo-Nitrogen  Compound  Wastes;
  and Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene, Halogen-
  ated  Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document  for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-O:  BOAT Related Comments; K048-K052:  Petro-
  leum Refining Industry Wastes;  K036:  Organophosphorous
  Wastes (Nonwastewaters);  K037:   Wastewater Treatment
  Sludges from the Production of Disulfoton
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments


LAB PACKS

• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-3: Capacity Related Comments


LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS [LDR]

• Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:  First
  Third  Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and
  Availability Treatment Capacity
• Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land  Disposal  Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
  First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
  and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Sup-
  port 40 CFR 268  Land Disposal Restrictions;  Final Rule:
  Second  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Re-
  quired and Availability Treatment Capacity; Volumes I and
  II
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Sup-
  port 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions;  Proposed
  Rule:  Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
• Background  Document for Solvents to  Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and II
• Background  Document for Solvents to  Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent  Waste Vol-
  umes and  Characteristics, Required  Treatment and Recy-
  cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
• Background  Document for  the Groundwater Screening
  Procedure  to  Support  40  CFR  268  Land Disposal
  Restrictions
• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40  CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final  Rule:
  Third  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
  and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete Set)
• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40  CFR Part 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions; Proposed
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  Rule: Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Re-
  quired and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete Set)
 • Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Quality Assurance/Quality Control
  Procedures and Methodology (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents for  First Third  Wastes;  Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
 • Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents for Second Third Wastes; Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
 • Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents for Third Third  Wastes;  Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
 • Documentation  for Development of Toxicity and  Volumes
  Scores for the Purpose of Scheduling Hazardous Waste
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Application of Land  Disposal
  Restrictions to CERCLA Remedial Actions
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Clarification on the Timing for
  Retrofitting Surface Impoundments Under the Land Dis-
  posal Restrictions Rule
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Effective  Date for Hazardous
  Debris Treatment Standards Extended One Year
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA's Final Conditional No-Mi-
  gration Determination for DOE's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
  (WIPP)
 • Environmental  Fact Sheet:   Final  Rule for Third Third
  Scheduled Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements for
  Land Disposal Restrictions
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Land Disposal Restrictions -
  Second Third (Final)
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  Milestone!  Fifth Rulemaking
  Finalizes Land Disposal Restrictions
 • Environmental Fact Sheet:  No Land  Disposal Standards
  Amendment
 • Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
 • Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for Land  Disposal
  Restrictions Program (BOAT)
 • Guidance for Implementing the RCRA Dioxin Listing Rule
 • Land  Disposal Restrictions Summary;  Volume I:  Solvents
  and Dioxins
 • Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume II: California
  List Wastes
• Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated Available
  Technology (BOAT) Treatment Standards
• No Migration Variances to the  Hazardous Waste Land Dis-
  posal Prohibitions; A Guidance Manual for Petitioners
• Questions and Answers on Land Disposal Restrictions for
  Solvents and Dioxins
 • Questions and Answers on the Land Disposal Restrictions
  Program (Brochure)
 • RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume tl
 • Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Second Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1:  Treatment Standards Related Comments; Vol-
  ume 2: Capacity Related Comments; Volume 3:  Policy
  Related Comments
 • Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1:  BOAT Related Comments  (Complete Set)
 • Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2:  Capacity Related Comments (Complete Set)
 • Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 3:  Policy Related Comments
 • Treatment Technology  Background  Document; Second
  Third; Final
• Treatment  Technology
  Third; Final


LANDFILLS
Background  Document;  Third
see also  MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS
• Action  Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Supple-
  mental Background Document for the Final Double Liners
  and  Leak Detection Systems Rule for  Hazardous Waste
  Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface Impoundments
• Background Document on Bottom Liner Performance in
  Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments
• Background Document on Proposed Liner and Leak De-
  tection  Rule
• Compilation of Current Practices at Land Disposal Facili-
  ties:  Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Ac-
  tion  Leakage  Rates,  Response  Action  Plans, and
  Management of Liquids in Landfills
• Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal Facilities
  and  Practices; Notification Requirements (40 CFR Part
  257)  (Draft)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases Final Rule on Lin-
  ers and Leak Detection Systems
• Guidance Manual for the Classification of Solid Waste Dis-
  posal Facilities
• Hydrologic  Evaluation of Landfill  Performance  (HELP)
  Model;  Volume 1: User's Guide for Version 1; Second Edi-
  tion;  Volume 2: Documentation for Version 1
• Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
• Interim  Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR 265, Sub-
  part N); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
  ties Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
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• Inventory of Open Dumps
• Landfill and Surface Impoundment Performance Evaluation
• Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems
  for Landfills  and Surface Impoundments;  Design, Con-
  struction, and Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
  for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
  sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Exposure Informa-
  tion Requirements Under RCRA, Section 3019
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Landfills
• Prohibition on the  Disposal  of  Bulk  Liquid Hazardous
  Waste in Landfills; Statutory Interpretive Guidance
• RCRA Guidance Document:  Landfill Design,  Liner Sys-
  tems and Final Cover; Draft
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
• Regulatory  Determination:    Landfills  and  Surface  Im-
  poundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
• Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous Liquids in
  Hazardous Waste Landfills
• Technical Guidance Document:  Final Covers on Hazard-
  ous Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments


LEACHATE

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
  Volume A:  Wastewater Forms of Organic U and P Wastes
  and Multisource Leachate (F039)  for which there are Con-
  centration-Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
  Volume B:  U and P Wastewaters and Nonwastewaters with
  Methods of Treatment as Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
  Volume  C:   Nonwastewater  Forms of Organic U and P
  Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039) for which there are
  Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
  Volume  D:  Reactive U and P Wastewaters and Nonwaste-
  waters
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
  Volume E: U and P Gaseous Wastes
• Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash, Ash
  Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
  Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)
                                                        • Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Criteria
                                                          (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
                                                        • Criteria for Municipal Solid  Waste Landfills: Summary of
                                                          Data on  Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Leachate Charac-
                                                          teristics
                                                        • Environmental Fact Sheet:   Report Analyzes Municipal
                                                          Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
                                                        • Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum Technologi-
                                                          cal  Requirements of HSWA of 1984, Respecting Liners
                                                          and Leachate Collection Systems; Reauthorization Statu-
                                                          tory Interpretation #5D
                                                        • Hydrologic  Evaluation  of Landfill  Performance (HELP)
                                                          Model; Volume 1: User's Guide for Version 1; Second Edi-
                                                          tion; Volume 2: Documentation for Version 1
                                                        • Landfill and  Surface Impoundment Performance Evalu-
                                                          ation
                                                        • Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
                                                        • Minimum Technology Guidance on  Double Liner Systems
                                                          for  Landfills  and Surface Impoundments; Design,  Con-
                                                          struction, and Operation
                                                        • Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
                                                          for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
                                                          sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
                                                        • Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and  Leachate Charac-
                                                          terization;  Monofill Baseline  Year;  Woodburn  Monofill;
                                                          Woodburn, Oregon
                                                        • Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats Test Materials:
                                                          Pyridine; Volumes I and II
                                                        • RCRA Guidance Document:  Landfill Design, Liner Sys-
                                                          tems and Final Cover; Draft
                                                        • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                                                          Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
                                                          ume 1-P: BOAT  Related Comments; Leachates
                                                        • Response to Comments Background Document for the
                                                          Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
                                                          ume 2-3: Capacity Related Comments
                                                        • Solid  Waste  Leaching  Procedure; Technical  Resource
                                                          Document for Public Comment
                                                        • Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste Regula-
                                                          tory Determination
                                                        • Use of the Water Balance Method for Predicting Leachate
                                                          Generation from Solid Waste Disposal Sites

                                                        LEAD  WASTES

                                                        see a/so SECONDARY LEAD SMELTING WASTES
                                                        • Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
                                                          ground  Document for  D008 and  P and  U  Lead Wastes
                                                          (Final)
                                                        • Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash, Ash
                                                          Extracts, and Leachates
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• Characterization of Products Containing Lead and Cad-
  mium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970
  to 2000
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:   Report  Analyzes Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Pilot-Scale  ESP and  Hydro-Sonic  Scrubber Parametric
  Tests for Particulate,   Metals, and HCI Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
  Test Report
• Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis of Lead and Cad-
  mium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-H:  BOAT Related Comments; D008: Characteristic
  Wastes for Lead and P and U Wastes Containing Lead
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments


LEGISLATION

• Environmental Fact Sheet: Waste Export and Import Act
  of 1991
• Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988
• The Solid Waste Disposal Act as Amended by the Hazard-
  ous and Solid Waste Amendments (The Resource Conser-
  vation and Recovery Act)


LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT

• Closure/Post-Closure and Financial Responsibility Require-
  ments for  Hazardous  Waste Treatment, Storage, and  Dis-
  posal Facilities; Final Rule; Background Document
• Closure/Post-Closure  Interim  Status Standards (40 CFR
  265, Subpart  G):  Standards Applicable to Owners and
  Operators  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
  Disposal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Criteria for Municipal  Solid Waste Landfills:  Closure and
  Post-Closure Care and Financial Responsibility Require-
  ments (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32); Draft Back-
  ground Document
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Revisions to the Sub-
  title C Financial Responsibility Requirements
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Rulemaking on Cor-
  rective Action for Solid Waste Management Units at Haz-
  ardous Waste Management Facilities
• Equivalency of State Financial Responsibility Mechanisms
• Financial Assurance for Closure  and  Post-Closure Care;
  Requirements  for Owners and Operators of Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; A Guid-
  ance Manual
• Financial Requirements (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
  H); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
  Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Financial Requirements; Interim Status Standards (40 CFR
  265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance
• Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
  Closure Plans (Subparts G and H);  Volume I: Treatment
  and Storage Facilities; Volume II:  Land Disposal Facilities;
  Volume III: Unit Costs; Volume IV:  Documentation
• Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting Study
• Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions and Answers
• Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR 265, Sub-
  part N); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
  ties Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Liability Coverage; Requirements for Owners and Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities; A Guidance Manual
• Post-Closure Liability Trust Fund  Simulation Model; Vol-
  ume I: Model Overview and  Results; Volume II:  Graphs
  and Tables of Model Results; Volume III: Model Description
• RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance
• RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance; Interim Final
• RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Compliance  Order Guid-
  ance
• RCRA Groundwater  Monitoring Technical  Enforcement
  Guidance Document (TEGD) (Final)
• RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart G Closure and Post-
  Closure Care Standards and  Subpart H Cost Estimating
  Requirements
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years: 1987-1992
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP); Fiscal Year 1993
• RCRA Inspection Manual
• RCRA Liability Coverage for  Bodily Injury and  Property
  Damage Survey Results
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volumes 7 and 9
• Report to the Congress of the United States on the Post-
  Closure Liability Trust Fund Under Section 3001(A)(2)(II) of
  the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensa-
  tion, and Liability Act of 1980
• Standards for Inspection (40  CFR 264. 15)  and Interim
  Status Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 265. 15); Stand-
  ards Applicable  to Owners and Operators of Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler and
  Industrial Furnace Regulations
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LINERS
• Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Supple-
  mental Background Document for the Final Double Liners
  and Leak Detection Systems Rule for Hazardous Waste
  Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface Impoundments
• Background Document on Bottom Liner Performance in
  Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments
• Background Document on Proposed Liner and Leak De-
  tection Rule
• Batch-Type Adsorption Procedures for Estimating Soil At-
  tenuation of Chemicals;  Draft Technical Resource Docu-
  ment for Public Comment
• Compilation of Current Practices at Land  Disposal Facili-
  ties: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection  Designs, Ac-
  tion  Leakage  Rates,   Response  Action  Plans,  and
  Management of Liquids in Landfills
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Criteria
  (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
• Design,  Construction,  and Evaluation  of Clay Liners for
  Waste Management Facilities
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: EPA Releases Final Rule on Lin-
  ers and Leak Detection Systems
• Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum Technologi-
  cal Requirements of HSWA of 1984, Respecting Liners
  and Leachate  Collection Systems;  Reauthorization Statu-
  tory Interpretation #5D
• Joint NRC/EPA  Guidance on a Conceptual Design Ap-
  proach for Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and
  Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities
• Landfill and Surface Impoundment  Performance Evalu-
  ation
• Liner Location  Risk and Cost Analysis Model
• Lining of Waste Impoundment and Disposal Facilities
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems
  for Landfills and Surface Impoundments; Design, Con-
  struction, and Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
  for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
  sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
• Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to De-
  termine Required Liner Thickness
• RCRA  Guidance Document: Landfill  Design,  Liner Sys-
  tems and Final Cover; Draft
• RCRA Guidance Document: Surface Impoundments, Liner
  Systems, Final Cover, and Free Board Control; Draft
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
• SOILINER Model
• Technical Guidance Document:  Fabrication of Polyethyl-
  ene FML Field Seams
                                         LIQUID RELEASE TEST [LRT]

                                         • Background Document for the Liquid Release Test; Single
                                           Laboratory Evaluation and 1988 Collaborative Study
                                         • Test Method 9096:  Liquid Release Test (LRT) Procedure
                                         MARKETS

                                         • Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA to Develop Guidance on
                                           the Use of the Terms "Recycled" and "Recyclable" in Prod-
                                           uct Labeling and Advertising
                                         • Multimaterial  Source  Separation  in  Marblehead  and
                                           Somerville, Massachusetts; Volume II: Collection and Mar-
                                           keting; Volume III: Materials and  Refuse; Composition of
                                           Source Separated Materials and Refuse; Volume IV: En-
                                           ergy Use and Savings from Source Separated Materials
                                           and Other Solid Waste Management Alternatives for Mar-
                                           blehead; Volume  V: Citizen  Attitudes  Toward  Source
                                           Separation
                                         • Promoting Source Reduction and Recyclability in the Mar-
                                           ketplace
                                         • Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
                                           nicipal Officials: Marketing
                                         • Reusable News (Fall 1991)
                                         • Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)
                                         • Reusable News (Winter 1992)
                                         • Source Separation: The Community Awareness  Program
                                           in Somerville and Marblehead, Massachusetts
                                         MARKETS—BATTERIES

                                         • States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling


                                         MARKETS—COMPOST

                                         • Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight Programs


                                         MARKETS—PAPER

                                         • Background Documentation for Minimum Content Stand-
                                           ards
                                         • Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
                                           Paper and Paper Products
                                         • Office Paper Recycling: An Implementation Manual
                                         • Reusable News (Fall 1990)
                                         • Reusable News (Summer 1990)


                                         MARKETS—PLASTICS

                                         • Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics:  The Facts About Pro-
                                           duction, Use, and Disposal
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 MARKETS-TIRES
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Retread Tires
• Markets for Scrap Tires
• Reusable News (Winter 1991)
• Summary of Markets for Scrap Tires


MARKETS-USED OIL

• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Re-Refined Lubricating Oil
• How to Set Up a Local Program to Recycle Used Oil


MEDICAL WASTES

• Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Patient Flyer)
• Disposal  Tips for Home Health Care  (Professional Bro-
  chure)
• EPA Guide for Infectious Waste Management
• Handle with Care:  How to Throw Out Used Insulin Syr-
  inges and Lancets at Home; A Booklet for Young People
  with Diabetes and their Families
• Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering Phase;
  Final Report
t Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250.  14); Identification and List-
  ing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
  3001
• Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Generators
• Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Transporters
• Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Treatment, Destruction,  and Disposal
  Facilities
• Medical Waste Management in the United States: First In-
  terim Report to Congress
• Medical Waste Management in the United States:  Second
  Interim Report to Congress
• Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988
• Tracking Medical Wastes (Brochure)


MERCURY WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K071 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for  Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
  K106, P065, P092, and U151)  (Final)
• Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash, Ash
  Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of Products Containing  Mercury in Mu-
  nicipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000
• Characterization of Products Containing  Mercury in Mu-
  nicipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000: Ex-
  ecutive Summary
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Report Analyzes  Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Listing of Hazardous Waste; Finalization of July  16. 1980,
  Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31 and 261.32); Identifi-
  cation and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Sub-
  title C, Section 3001
• Pilot-Scale ESP and  Hydro-Sonic  Scrubber Parametric
  Tests  for Particulate,   Metals,  and  HCI Emissions; John
  Zink Company Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft
  Test Report
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Characteristic
  Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes  Containing Mer-
  cury;  K045, K046, and K047:  Wastes from the Manufac-
  turing and Processing of Explosives; D011: Characteristic
  Wastes for Silver;  P119,  P120:  Vanadium Containing
  Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-L:  BOAT Related Comments; K071  and K106: Mer-
  cury  Cell  Process  Wastes;  K086:   Residues from Ink
  Production Wastes Containing Cyanide
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments


METHYL BROMIDE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
METHYL ETHYL PYRIDINE PRODUCTION
WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Stripping Still Tails from the Produc-
  tion of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document  for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096:  Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constituents; K022:  Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
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  (Continued)
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still Tails from the Production of Methyl Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024:  Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons


MINING WASTES

• Abstracts of Selected Precious Metal Mines' Permits
• Directory of Mine Waste Characterization and  Drainage
  Quality Contacts in Western  Governors' Association Mem-
  ber States
• Environmental  Fact  Sheet:    Agency  Determines Final
  Regulatory Status of Special Wastes from Mineral Process-
  ing
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Agency Releases Report to
  Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Processing
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final  Rule to Eliminate Mineral
  Processing Wastes from the Bevill Amendment
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule to Identify the Status
  of Twenty Mineral Processing Wastes Conditionally Re-
  tained Within the Bevili Amendment
• Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines (Complete Set)
• Location of Mines and Factors Affecting Exposure
• Mining Sites in the National  Priorities List; NPL Site Sum-
  mary Reports (Complete Set)
• Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and Fiscal  Impacts
  of EPA's Strawman II on State Mine Waste Management
  Programs (Complete Set)
• Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and Acid-Generating Wastes
  Generated by the Mining and Beneficiating Industries, and
  the Potentials for Contaminant Release
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Report to Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Proc-
  essing:  Summary and Findings; Methods and Analyses;
  Appendices
• Report to Congress: Wastes from the Extraction and Bene-
  ficiation of Metallic Ores, Phosphate Rock, Asbestos, Over-
  burden from Uranium Mining, and Oil Shale
• Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data
• Strawman II:  Recommendations for a Regulatory Program
  for Mining Wastes and Materials under Subtitle  D of the
  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
• Summary of Comments on Mining  Waste Report to Con-
  gress
• Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste Regula-
  tory Determination
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE [MSW]

• Addendum to the Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final
  Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management Alter-
  natives
• Characterization  of Municipal Solid Waste in the United
  States, 1960-2000
• Characterization  of Municipal Solid Waste in the United
  States: 1990 Update
• Characterization  of Municipal Solid Waste in the United
  States: 1990 Update; Executive Summary
• Characterization  of Products Containing Lead  and Cad-
  mium in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970
  to 2000
• Characterization  of Products Containing  Mercury in  Mu-
  nicipal Solid Waste in the United States,  1970 to 2000
• Characterization  of Products Containing  Mercury in  Mu-
  nicipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000: Ex-
  ecutive Summary
• Charging Households for Waste Collection and Disposal:
  The Effects of Weight or Volume-Based Pricing on Solid
  Waste Management
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Updated Re-
  view of Selected Provisions of Solid Waste Regulations
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Decision-Makers  Guide to Solid Waste Management (Pro-
  motional Brochure)
• Environmental  Fact  Sheet:   About the  Municipal Solid
  Waste Stream...
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Municipal Landfill Regulations
  Mean Safer Disposal of Solid Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  SWICH: EPA's National Solid
  Waste Information Clearinghouse
• Guide to Energy  from Municipal Waste for Small Commu-
  nities
• Heuristic Routing for Solid Waste Collection Vehicles
• Native American Network: A RCRA Information Exchange
• Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis of Lead and Cad-
  mium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
• RCRA  Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal  Years:   1990-
  1992
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP); Fiscal Year 1993
• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for Munici-
  pal Solid Waste Landfills
• Report to Congress:   Methods  to  Manage and  Control
  Plastic Wastes
• Report to Congress:  Solid Waste Disposal in the United
  States; Volumes I  and II
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• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials:  Accounting Format
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials:  Financing
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials: Further Assistance
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials: Interim Report
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials:  Marketing
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials:  Planning and Overview
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials:  Procurement
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials: Risks and Contracts
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials:  Technologies
• Reusable News
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action (Final Report
  of the Municipal Waste  Task Force)
• Unit Pricing: Providing an Incentive to Reduce Municipal
  Solid Waste
• Variable Rates in Solid  Waste:  Handbook for Solid Waste
  Officials; Volumes I and II


MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE—COMBUSTION

• Analysis of U.S. Municipal Waste Combustion  Operating
  Practices
• Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash, Ash
  Extracts, and Leachates
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
  Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Report Analyzes  Municipal
  Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates
• Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and Leachate Charac-
  terization;  Monofill  Baseline  Year;  Woodburn  Monofill;
  Woodburn, Oregon
• Municipal Waste Combustion Study (Complete Set)
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Reusable News (Fall 1991)
• Reusable News (Spring 1990)
MSW—SITING
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Criteria
  (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste  Landfills: Location Re-
  strictions (Subpart B); Draft Background Document
• Reusable News (Fall 1990)
• Reusable News (Summer 1990)
• Sites for our Solid Waste:  A Guidebook for Effective Pub-
  lic Involvement
• Siting our Solid Waste:  Making Public Involvement Work
  (Brochure)


MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS
[MSWLF]

• Addendum  to the Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final
  Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
  Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)
• Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Case Studies
  on Groundwater and Surface Water Contamination from
  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste  Landfills: Closure and
  Post-Closure Care  and Financial  Responsibility Require-
  ments (Subpart C, Sections  258.30-258.32); Draft  Back-
  ground Document
• Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Criteria
  (Subpart D); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste  Landfills: Groundwater
  Monitoring and Corrective Action (Subpart E)
• Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste  Landfills: Location Re-
  strictions (Subpart B); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Operating Cri-
  teria (Subpart C); Draft Background Document
• Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste  Landfills: Summary of
  Data on Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Leachate Charac-
  teristics
• Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste  Landfills: Updated Re-
  view of Selected Provisions of Solid Waste Regulations
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Final Cover Requirements for
  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Municipal Landfill Regulations
  Mean Safer Disposal of Solid Waste
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Small  Communities and the
  Municipal Landfill Regulations
• Guidance Manual for the Classification of Solid Waste Dis-
  posal Facilities
• List of Municipal Waste Landfills
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• National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill Facili-
  ties
• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for Munici-
  pal Solid Waste Landfills
• Subtitle D Municipal Landfill Survey Report (1986)


NEWSLETTERS

• Native American Network: A RCRA Information Exchange
• Reusable News
• Used Oil Recycling


NITROBENZENE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Pro-
  duction of Nitrobenzene by the Nitration of Benzene, K025
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K103 and K104
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M:  BOAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096:  Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constituents; K022:  Wastes  from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:  Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping  Still Tails from the Production of Methyl  Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024:  Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons


NON-HAZARDOUS WASTES

see also MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE
• Census of State  and  Territorial Subtitle D Non-Hazardous
  Waste Programs
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Delay  of Closure Period for
  Hazardous Waste Facilities
• Guidance Manual for the Classification of Solid Waste Dis-
  posal Facilities
• Inventory of Open Dumps
• Report to Congress:  Solid Waste Disposal in the United
  States; Volumes I and II
• Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous Liquids in
  Hazardous Waste Landfills; Statutory Interpretative Guid-
  ance
• Subtitle D Industrial Facility  Telephone Survey  Report
  (1987)
• Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report
• Technical Resource Document: Design, Construction, and
  Operation of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste Sur-
  face Impoundments


OIL AND GAS

see also HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION-LISTING
OF USED OIL
see also MARKETS-USED OIL
see a/so PROCUREMENT-RE-REFINED LUBRICATING OIL
see also SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-USED OIL
• Proceedings  of the  First International Symposium on Oil
  and Gas Exploration and Production Waste Management
  Practices, September 10-13, 1990, New Orleans, Louisiana
• Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Ex-
  ploration, Development,  and  Production  of Crude Oil,
  Natural Gas, and Geothermal Energy (Complete Set)
• Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
  States; Volumes I and II
• Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
  tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Field  Sampling and
  Analytical Results and Appendices A-G


ORGANIC CHEMICAL WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Pro-
  duction of Aniline, K083 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Pro-
  duction of Nitrobenzene by the Nitration of Benzene, K025
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for Wastes from the  Production of
  Epichlorohydrin, K017 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chlo-
  robenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041,  K042, K085, K097
  K098, K105, and D012-D017) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K009 and K010 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K011, K013,and K014 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K011, K013,and K014; Addendum for
  Acrylonitrile Wastes  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K015 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K015; Addendum (Final)
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• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K016, K018, K019, K020, and K030
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K021 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT Back-
  ground Document for K022; Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K024 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K103 and K104 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Phthalate Wastes, K023,  K093,
  K094, and Various P and U Codes  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Stripping Still Tails from the Produc-
  tion of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine, K026  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Dini-
  trotoluene,  Tbluenediamine,  and  Toluene Diisocyanate,
  K027 K111-K116, U221, and U223  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-
  Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-
  Trichloroethane,   K028,   K029,  K095,  and   K096;
  Amendment (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Toxicity Characteristic Rule Fi-
  nalized
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
• Response to Comments  Background  Document  for the
  Second Third  Land Disposal Restrictions  Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response to Comments  Background  Document  for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K:  BOAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;  K011, K013,  K014: Acrylonitriles; K015:
  Still  Bottoms from  Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based  Initiating Compounds; K061: Elec-
  tric  Arc Furnace  Dust;  and K069:  Emission  Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting
• Response to Comments  Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096:   Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT  Constituents; K022:  Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still Tails from  the  Production of Methyl Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083: Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated  Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024:  Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
 • Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume  1-N:  BOAT Related  Comments; Halogenated  Or-
  ganic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic,  Organo-Sulfur
  Compounds,  and Organo-Nitrogen  Compound  Wastes;
  and Halogenated Pesticide  and Chlorobenzene, Halogen-
  ated Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes


 ORGANOPHORUS WASTES

 • Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for  Organophosphorus Wastes, K036
  Nonwastewaters; Amendment (Final)
 • Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
  K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
 • Response to  Comments  Background Document for the
  Second  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume  1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
 • Response to  Comments  Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume  1-O: BOAT  Related Comments; K048-K052: Petroleum
  Refining  Industry Wastes; K036: Organophosphorous Wastes
  (Nonwastewaters); K037: Wastewater Treatment Sludges from
  the Production of Disulfoton

 PAPER

 see MARKETS-PAPER
 see PROCUREMENT-PAPER  AND PAPER PRODUCTS
 see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-PAPER
PERMITS AND PERMITTING

see also CLOSURE/POST-CLOSURE
• Abstracts of Selected Precious Metal Mines' Permits
• Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance; Part I: ACL Pol-
  icy  and Information Requirements; Part  II:  Based  on
  264.94(B) Criteria; Case Studies
• Construction Quality Assurance for Hazardous  Waste
  Land Disposal Facilities; Technical Guidance Document
• Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology
  under RCRA (Complete Set)
• Environmental Fact  Sheet: Amendment to Requirements
  for Hazardous Waste Incinerator Permits
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• Environmental Fact Sheet: Changes to Interim Status Fa-
  cilities; Modifications to Hazardous Waste Permits; Proce-
  dures for Post-Closure Permitting
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Coke Ovens Temporarily Ex-
  empted from B1F Rule Provisions
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Fiulemaking on Cor-
  rective Action for Solid Waste Management Units at Haz-
  ardous Waste Management Facilities
• Final Interim Status Standards for Surface Impoundments
  (40 CFR 265.220); Standards Applicable to Owners and
  Operators of Hazardous  Waste Treatment,  Storage, and
  Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Financial Requirements (40  CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
  H); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
  Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Financial Requirements; Interim Status Standards (40 CFR
  265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance
• General and Interim Status Standards for Tanks (40 CFR
  264 and 265,  Subpart J); Interim Status Standards for
  Chemical,  Physical, and Biological Treatment (40 CFR
  265, Subpart Q); Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
  erators of Hazardous Waste  Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Under RCRA,  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• General Facility Standards for  Location of Facilities  (40
  CFR 264, Subpart B, Section 264. 18); Standards Applica-
  ble to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treat-
  ment,  Storage,  and Disposal  Facilities  Under  RCRA,
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• General Issues Concerning Interim Status Standards  (40
  CFR 265); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators
  of Hazardous Waste Treatment,  Storage, and Disposal Fa-
  cilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• General Waste Analysis (40 CFR 264.13); Interim Status Stand-
  ards for General Waste Analysis (40 CFR 265 . 13); Standards
  Applicable to Owners and Operators  of  Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA Subti-
  tle C, Section 3004
• Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR 265, Subpart F); Stand-
  ards Applicable to Owners and  Operators of  Hazardous
  Waste  Treatment,  Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Groundwater Monitoring Guidance for Owners and Opera-
  tors of Interim Status Facilities
• Guidance Document for Subpart F: Air Emission Monitor-
  ing; Land Disposal Toxic Air Emissions Evaluation Guide-
  line
• Guidance Document: Seismic Considerations in Hazard-
  ous Waste Management Facilities
• Guidance for Facility Management Planning; Draft
• Guidance for Permit Writers: Facilities Storing Hazardous
  Waste in Containers
• Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
  Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I: Treatment
  and Storage Facilities; Volume II: Land Disposal Facilities;
  Volume III:  Unit Costs; Volume IV:  Documentation
• Guidance  Manual for Hazardous Waste Incinerator Per-
  mits; Final  Report
• Guidance  Manual for Research, Development, and Dem-
  onstration Permits (40 CFR Section 270.65)
• Guidance  Manual on Hazardous  Waste Land Treatment
  Closure/Post-Closure (40 CFR Part 265)
• Guidance on Issuing Permits to Facilities Required to Ana-
  lyze Groundwater for Appendix VIII Constituents
• Guidance  on Public Involvement in the RCRA Permitting
  Program
• Guide for Preparing RCRA Permit Applications for Existing
  Facilities
• Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting Study
• Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions and Answers
• Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
• Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart O);
  Standards  Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
  ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Un-
  der RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim Status Standards and General Status Standards for
  Closure and Post-Closure Care (40 CFR 264 and  265,
  Subpart G); Standards Applicable to Owners  and  Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim Status Standards for Land Treatment Facilities (40
  CFR 265,  Subpart M);  Standards Applicable to Owners
  and  Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
  and  Disposal  Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
  3004
• Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR 265,  Sub-
  part N); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
  Hazardous Waste Treatment,  Storage, and Disposal Facili-
  ties Under  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim Status Standards for Thermal Treatment Processes
  Other Than Incineration and for Open Burning  (40 CFR
  265, Subpart P); Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
  erators of  Hazardous  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Under  RCRA,  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim Status Surface  Impoundments; Retrofitting Vari-
  ances; Guidance Document
• Liability Coverage;  Requirements  for Owners  and  Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities; A Guidance  Manual
• Management of Hazardous Waste  Leachate
• Model RCRA Permit  for Hazardous Waste Management
  Facilities
• Modifying  RCRA Permits
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• No Migration Variances to the Hazardous Waste Land Dis-
  posal Prohibitions; A Guidance Manual for Petitioners
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Exposure Informa-
  tion Requirements Under RCRA, Section 3019
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
  Land Treatment, Storage,  and Disposal Facilities; Final
  Draft
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for the General Facil-
  ity Standards of 40 CFR 264
• Permit Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treat-
  ment Demonstrations
• Permit Guidance Manual on Unsaturated Zone Monitoring
  for Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Units
• Permit  Writers'  Guidance Manual  for Hazardous Waste
  Land Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Phase 1:
  Criteria for Location Acceptability and Existing Applicable
  Regulations
• Permit  Writers'  Guidance Manual  for Hazardous Waste
  Tank Standards
• Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators
• Permitting of Land Disposal  Facilities: Groundwater and
  Air Emission Monitoring
• Permitting of Land Disposal  Facilities: Groundwater Pro-
  tection Standard
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Information Require-
  ments for Permitting Discharges; General Standards Appli-
  cable  to Owners and Operators of Hazardous   Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal Facilities
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Land Treatment
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Landfills
• Permitting of Land  Disposal Facilities:  Overview; Back-
  ground Document
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Performance Stand-
  ards for Land Disposal Facilities
• Permitting of Land Disposal  Facilities: Surface Impound-
  ments
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Underground Injec-
  tion; Background Document
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Waste Piles
• Plans, Recordkeeping, Variances, and Demonstrations for
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
  ties; A Guidance Manual
• Procedural Guidance  for Reviewing Exposure Information
  Under RCRA, Section  3019
• Proposed Additions to Standards for Hazardous Waste In-
  cineration (40 CFR 264.342 and 264.343); Standards Ap-
  plicable  to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• RCRA Corrective Action Interim Measures Guidance; In-
  terim Final
• RCRA Corrective Action Plan; Interim Final
• RCRA   Groundwater   Monitoring  Compliance  Order
  Guidance
• RCRA  Groundwater  Monitoring  Technical  Enforcement
  Guidance Document (TEGD) (Final)
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years:  1987-1992
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP); Fiscal Year 1993
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium (Complete Set)
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
  sion I
• RCRA Permit Quality Protocol; Draft
• Regional Guidance Manual for Selected Interim Status Re-
  quirements (Draft)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-P: BOAT Related Comments; Leachates
• Soil Properties, Classification, and Hydraulic Conductivity
  Testing
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Determining
  Appropriate Technology and Response for  Air Releases;
  Draft Final Report
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Subsurface
  Gas
• Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler and
  Industrial Furnace Regulations
• Technical  Resource Document for  Obtaining  Variances
  from the Secondary Containment  Requirement of Hazard-
  ous Waste Tank Systems; Volumes I and II
• Technical Resource Document for the Storage and Treat-
  ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems
• Waste Analysis  Plans; A Guidance  Manual


PESTICIDE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chlo-
  robenzene Wastes (K032-K034, K041,  K042, K085, K097;
  K098, K105, and D012-D017) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K031, K084.  K101, K102, Charac-
  teristic  Arsenic Wastes (D004),  Characteristic Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P  and U Wastes  Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K037 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K037; Amendment (Final)
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• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K043 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K099 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K036
  Nonwastewaters; Amendment (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
  K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastewater Treatment Sludges Gen-
  erated in the Production of Creosote K035 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Toxicity Characteristic Rule Fi-
  nalized
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096:  Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BDAT Constituents; K022:  Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping  Still  Tails from the Production of Methyl Ethyl
  Pyridine;  K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated  Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-N:   BDAT Related Comments; Halogenated Or-
  ganic, Pharmaceutical, Brominated Organic, Organo-Sulfur
  Compounds, and  Organo-Nitrogen Compound Wastes;
  and Halogenated Pesticide and Chlorobenzene, Halogen-
  ated Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-O:  BDAT Related Comments; K048-K052: Petroleum
  Refining  Industry Wastes; K036:   Organophosphorous
  Wastes (Nonwastewaters); K037:  Wastewater Treatment
  Sludges from the Production of Disulfoton
PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K048, K049, K050,  K051, and K052
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K048, K049, K050, K051, and K052;
  Amendment (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Listing of Wastes from Primary
  Treatment of Oily Wastewaters
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
• Guidance for the Analysis of Refinery Wastes
• Response to  Comments Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;  Vol-
  ume 1-O: BDAT Related Comments; K048-K052: Petroleum
  Refining  Industry Wastes; K036: Organophosphorous Wastes
  (Nonwastewaters);  K037: Wastewater Treatment Sludges from
  the Production of Disulfoton
• Response to Comments Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments


PHENOL PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT Back-
  ground Document for K022; Amendment (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BDAT Related Comments;  K017: Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096: Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BDAT Constituents;  K022: Wastes  from  the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025:  Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production  of Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still  Tails from the Production of Methyl  Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083: Distillation Bottoms from the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U and
  P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydro-
  carbons

PHORATE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
  K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for  the
  Second  Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment  Standards Related Comments
PHTHALATE WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Back-
  ground Document for K024 (Final)
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• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document  for Phthalate Wastes, K023, K093,
  K094, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
PIGMENT WASTES

see INORGANIC PIGMENT WASTES
PLASTICS

see MARKETS-PLASTICS
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-PLASTICS


POLLUTION PREVENTION

see SOURCE REDUCTION [NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE]
see WASTE MINIMIZATION [HAZARDOUS WASTE]


PROCUREMENT

• Procurement Guidelines for Government Agencies
• Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
  nicipal Officials:  Procurement
• Reusable News (Fall 1991)
• Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)
• Reusable News (Winter 1990)
• Reusable News (Spring 1992)


PROCUREMENT—BUILDING INSULATION

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


PROCUREMENT—CEMENT AND CEMENT
PRODUCTS CONTAINING FLY ASH

• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Cement and Concrete Containing Fly Ash


PROCUREMENT—PAPER AND PAPER
PRODUCTS

• Background  Documentation for Minimum  Content Stand-
  ards
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Paper and Paper Products
• Reusable News (Fall 1990)
• Reusable News (Fall 1991)
• Reusable News (Spring 1990)
• Reusable News (Summer 1990)


PROCUREMENT—RE-REFINED
LUBRICATING OIL

• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Re-Refined Lubricating Oil
PROCUREMENT—RETREAD TIRES

• Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
  Retread Tires
P-WASTES

• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Barium Wastes  D005 and P013
  (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document  for  Characteristic Ignitable Wastes
  (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006, F007-F012,
  F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for D008 and P and U Lead Wastes
  (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for K031, K084, K101, K102, Charac-
  teristic Arsenic Wastes  (D004), Characteristic Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and  P and U Wastes  Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
  K106, P065. P092, and U151) (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes,  K038-
  K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for P and U Thallium Wastes (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Phthalate  Wastes, K023, K093,
  K094, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document  for  Silver-Containing  Wastes  D011,
  P099, P104 (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for  U and P  Wastes,  Multisource
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  Leachate (F039), Volume A: Wastewater Forms of Organic
  U and  P  Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039) for
  which there are Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  U  and P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039),  Volume B:  U and P Wastewaters and
  Nonwastewaters with Methods of Treatment as Treatment
  Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  U  and P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume C:  Nonwastewater Forms of Or-
  ganic U and P Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039)
  for  which   there  are Concentration-Based  Treatment
  Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  U  and P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039),  Volume  D:  Reactive U and P Waste-
  waters and Nonwastewaters
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document  for  U  and P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume E:  U and P Gaseous Wastes
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Vanadium-Containing Wastes P119
  andP120 (Final)
• Hazardous Waste from Discarding  of Commercial Chemi-
  cal  Products  and the  Containers and  Spill  Residues
  Thereof (40 CFR 261.33); Identification and Listing of Haz-
  ardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated Available
  Technology (BOAT) Treatment Standards
• Response  to Comments  Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-A-2:  BOAT Related  Comments; General BOAT
  Issues
• Response  to Comments  Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-D: BOAT Related Comments; D003: Characteristic
  Reactive Wastes and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
  Listing Constituents
• Response  to Comments  Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-E: BOAT Related Comments; D004: Characteristic
  Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Containing Ar-
  senic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes for Selenium
• Response  to Comments  Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-F: BOAT Related Comments; D005: Characteristic
  Wastes for Barium and P013; and D006:  Characteristic
  Wastes for  Cadmium
• Response  to Comments  Background Document for  the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-H: BOAT Related Comments; D008: Characteristic
  Wastes for  Lead and P and U Wastes Containing Lead
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-1: BOAT Related Comments; D009: Characteristic
  Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Containing Mer-
  cury; K045, K046, and K047:  Wastes from the Manufac-
  turing and  Processing of Explosives; D011:  Characteristic
  Wastes for Silver; P119,  P120:  Vanadium  Containing
  Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096: Production  of 1,  1,  1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT  Constituents; K022: Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation Bottoms
  from the Production of  Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still Tails from the Production of Methyl  Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083: Distillation Bottoms from the Production of
  Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U and
  P Wastes;  F024:   Production of  Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-Q:  BOAT Related  Comments; Gases
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments


RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES

• Combined  NRC/EPA Siting Guidelines for  Disposal of
  Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and  Hazardous
  Waste
• Guidance on the Definition and Identification of Commer-
  cial  Mixed  Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous Waste
  and Answers to Anticipated Questions
• Joint NRC/EPA Guidance on  a  Conceptual  Design Ap-
  proach for Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and
  Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities
• Low-Level Mixed Waste:  A  RCRA Perspective for  NRG
  Licensees
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-J:   BOAT  Related Comments; Mixed  Radioactive
  Hazardous Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes; Halo-
  genated Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-Halogenated Aromatic U
  Wastes; F002-F005: Solvents; F006:  Electroplating Waste-
  water  Treatment Sludges; and F019:  Aluminum Conver-
  sion Coating Treatment Sludges
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-3: Capacity Related Comments
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RCRA—GENERAL
  Environmental Fact Sheet:  Waste Export and Import Act
  of 1991
  EPA Activities under RCRA of 1976 - Annual Report to the
  President and Congress, Fiscal Year 1977
  EPA Activities under RCRA - Annual Report to the Presi-
  dent and Congress, Fiscal Year 1978
  First Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Source
  Reduction
  Forty CFR Parts 190-299
  Fourth Report to Congress: Resource  Recovery and
  Waste Reduction
  How to Access the RCRA Information Center
  Native American Network:  A RCRA Information Exchange
  RCRA Environmental Indicators; FY 1991 Progress Report
  and Implementation Plan for the Future
  RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years:  1987-1992
  RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP); Fiscal Year 1993
  RCRA Orientation Manual: 1990 Edition
  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 1:  User's
  Guide, Keyword Index
  RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update Package; Revi-
  sion I
  RCRA/Superfund/OUST Hotline (Brochure)
  Report to Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
  under the Resource Conservation and  Recovery Act: Fis-
  cal Years 1980-1985
  Report to Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
  under the Resource Conservation  and  Recovery Act:
  Fourth Quarter Fiscal Year 1986 Through Fiscal Year 1987
  Second  Report  to  Congress: Resource  Recovery and
  Source Reduction
  The Solid Waste Disposal Act as Amended by the Hazard-
  ous and Solid Waste Amendments (The Resource Conser-
  vation and Recovery Act)
  Third  Report to Congress: Resource  Recovery and
  Source Reduction
REACTIVE WASTES
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Characteristic Ignitable  Wastes
  (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best  Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for U  and P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume D:  Reactive U and P Waste-
  waters and Nonwastewaters
• Design and Development of a Hazardous Waste Reactivity
  Testing Protocol
• Reactivity  Characteristic (40 CFR 261.23);  Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Response  to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-D: BOAT Related Comments; D003: Characteristic
  Reactive Wastes and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
  Listing Constituents
• Response  to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1: Capacity Related  Comments


RECYCLING

see HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-ALUMINUM
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-BATTERIES
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-GLASS
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-PAPER
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-PLASTICS
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-TIRES
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-USED OIL
REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSES [RIA]

• Addendum to the Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final
  Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for Munici-
  pal Solid Waste Landfills
• Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed Rulemaking
  on Corrective Action for Solid Waste Management Units
• Toxicity Characteristic Regulatory Impact Analysis


REPORTS TO CONGRESS

• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Agency Releases Report to
  Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Processing
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics: The Facts About Pro-
  duction, Use, and Disposal
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics: The Facts on Source
  Reduction
• Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts About Plastics in the
  Marine Environment
• Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on Degradable Plastics
• Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on Recycling Plastics
• EPA Activities Under RCRA of 1976 - Annual Report to the
  President and Congress, Fiscal Year 1977
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• EPA Activities Under RCRA - Annual Report to the Presi-
  dent and Congress, Fiscal Year 1978
• First Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Source
  Reduction
• Fourth  Report to  Congress: Resource Recovery  and
  Waste Reduction
• Medical Waste Management in the United States:  First In-
  terim Report to Congress
• Medical Waste Management in the United States: Second
  Interim Report to Congress
• Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Report to Congress
• Report to Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Proc-
  essing:  Summary and Findings;  Methods and Analyses;
  Appendices
• Report  to   Congress  on the Discharge  of  Hazardous
  Wastes to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (The Domes-
  tic Sewage  Study)
• Report  to  Congress on the Minimization of  Hazardous
  Wastes  (Complete Set)
• Report to Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
  Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Fis-
  cal Years 1980-1985
• Report to Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
  Under the  Resource  Conservation  and  Recovery  Act:
  Fourth Quarter Fiscal Year 1986 Through Fiscal Year 1987
• Report  to Congress: Management of Hazardous Wastes
  from Educational Institutions
• Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Ex-
  ploration, Development, and  Production  of  Crude Oil,
  Natural  Gas, and Geothermal Energy (Complete Set)
                      Methods  to  Manage and Control
• Report to Congress:
  Plastic Wastes
• Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
  States; Volumes I and II
• Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal
  by Electric Utility Power Plants
• Report to Congress: Wastes from the Extraction and Bene-
  ficiation of Metallic Ores, Phosphate  Rock, Asbestos, Over-
  burden from Uranium Mining, and Oil Shale
• Report to the Congress of the United States on the Post-
  Closure Liability Trust Fund Under Section 3001 (A)(2)(ll) of
  the Comprehensive  Environmental Response, Compensa-
  tion, and Liability Act of  1980
• Report to the Senate Appropriations Committee:  Regula-
  tion of Wood  Preserving Wastes
• Second Report to  Congress:  Resource Recovery  and
  Source Reduction
• Summary of  Comments on Mining Waste Report to Con-
  gress
• Third  Report to  Congress:  Resource  Recovery  and
  Source Reduction
SECONDARY LEAD SMELTING WASTES

• Memorandum to Monica Chatmon-McEaddy of Office of
  Solid Waste Regarding  Final  Treatment  Standards for
  K069  Nonwastewaters  in the Calcium  Sulfate/Sodium
  Subcategory and Wastewater Forms of K069
• Memorandum to Monica Chatmon-McEaddy of Office of
  Solid Waste Regarding Final Treatment Standards for Non-
  wastewater and Wastewater Forms of K100
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K: BOAT Related Comments;  F025:  Wastes from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles;  K015:
  Still  Bottoms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and
  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Elec-
  tric  Arc Furnace  Dust;  and K069:   Emission Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting
• Technical Studies Supporting the  Mining  Waste Regula-
  tory Determination


SELENIUM WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground  Document for K031, K084, K101,  K102, Charac-
  teristic  Arsenic  Wastes  (D004), Characteristic  Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-E: BOAT Related  Comments; D004: Characteristic
  Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Containing Ar-
  senic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes for Selenium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments


SILVER WASTES

• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground  Document  for   Silver-Containing  Wastes  D011,
  P099, P104 (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-1:  BOAT Related Comments;  D009: Characteristic
  Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Containing Mer-
  cury; K045, K046, and K047:  Wastes from the Manufac-
  turing and Processing of Explosives;  D011: Characteristic
  Wastes  for Silver;  P119, P120:  Vanadium  Containing
  Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium
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 SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
 •  Does Your Business  Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
   Small Businesses Do
   • Chemical Manufacturers
   • Cleaning and Cosmetics
   • Construction
   • Drycleaning and Laundry
   • Educational and Vocational Shops
   • Equipment Repair
   • Formulators
   • Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
   • Laboratories
   • Leather Products Manufacturing
   • Metal Manufacturing
   • Motor Freight Terminals/Railroad Transport
   • Paper Industry
   • Pesticide End-Users/Application Services
   • Printing and Allied Industries
   • Textile Manufacturing
   • Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest Instructions
   • Vehicle Maintenance
   • Wood Preserving
 •  National Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generator Sur-
  vey; Final Report
 •  National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill Facili-
  ties
 •  Report to Congress:  Management of Hazardous Wastes
  from Educational Institutions
 •  Understanding the Small Quantity Generator Hazardous
  Waste Rules: A Handbook for Small Business

SOLID WASTE RECYCLING
• Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin:  Recycle and Combat
  a Life of Grime (Comic Book)
• Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization: Hazardous and
  Non-Hazardous Solid Waste (1980 to Present)
• Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management Alter-
  natives
• Charging Households for Waste  Collection and Disposal:
  The Effects of Weight or Volume-Based Pricing on Solid
  Waste Management
• The Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid Waste
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Environmental Fact Sheet: America's War on Waste
 Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA to Develop Guidance on
 the Use of the Terms "Recycled" and "Recyclable" in Prod-
 uct Labeling and Advertising
 Environmental Fact Sheet:  Municipal Landfill Regulations
 Mean Safer Disposal of Solid Waste
 Environmental Fact Sheet:  SWICH:  EPA's National Solid
 Waste Information
 Guide to Energy from   Municipal  Waste  for  Small
 Communities
 Let's Reduce and  Recycle: A Curriculum for Solid  Waste
 Awareness
 Multimaterial   Source  Separation  in  Marblehead and
 Somerville, Massachusetts; Volume II: Collection and Mar-
 keting; Volume III:  Materials and  Refuse; Composition of
 Source Separated  Materials and Refuse; Volume IV: En-
 ergy Use and Savings from Source Separated Materials
 and  Other Solid Waste Management Alternatives for Mar-
 blehead;   Volume  V:  Citizen  Attitudes  Toward Source
 Separation
 Municipal Waste Combustion  Study:   Recycling of Solid
 Waste
 Native American Network:  A RCRA Information Exchange
 (Issue #3) (Summer/Fall  1991)
 Once There Lived a Wicked Dragon (Coloring Book)
 Promoting Source Reduction and Recyclability in the Mar-
 ketplace
 Recycle:  You Can Make a Ton of Difference (Brochure)
 Recycle  Today!  Educational  Materials for  Grades K-12
 (Brochure)
 Recycling in Federal Agencies
 Recycling Works!   State  and Local Solutions to Solid
 Waste Management Problems
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Accounting Format
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Financing
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Further Assistance
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Interim Report
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Marketing
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Planning and Overview
 Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
 nicipal Officials: Procurement
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Risks and Contracts
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Mu-
nicipal Officials: Technologies
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• Reusable News
• Ride the Wave of the Future: Recycle Today! (Poster)
• School Recycling Programs: A Handbook for Educators
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action (Final Report
  of the Municipal Waste Task Force)
• Source Separation Collection and Processing Equipment;
  A User's Guide
• Source Separation: The Community Awareness Program
  in Somerville and Marblehead, Massachusetts

SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—ALUMINUM
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C

SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—BATTERIES
• Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)
• Reusable News (Spring 1992)
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
• States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling

SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—GLASS
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C

SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—PAPER
• Background  Documentation  for  Minimum  Content
  Standards
• Office Paper Recycling: An  Implementation Manual
• Residential  Paper  Recovery:  A  Community Action
  Program
• Reusable News (Winter 1990)
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C

SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—PLASTICS
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Plastics:  The Facts About Pro-
  duction, Use, and Disposal
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  The Facts About Plastics in the
  Marine Environment
• Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on Recycling Plastics
• Report  to Congress:  Methods to Manage and Control
  Plastic Wastes
• Reusable News (Spring 1990)
• Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C

SOLID WASTE RECYCLING—TIRES
• Markets for Scrap Tires
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
• Reusable News (Winter 1991)
• Summary of Markets for Scrap Tires

SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-USED OIL
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  No Hazardous Waste Listing
  for Used Oil That Is Being Disposed
• How to Set Up a Local Program to Recycle Used Oil
• Recycling Used Oil: 10 Steps to Change Your Oil
• Recycling Used  Oil:  For Service Stations and Other Vehi-
  cle-Service Facilities
• Recycling Used Oil: What Can You Do?
• Reusable News (Fall 1991)
• Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
  Document; Appendices A-C
• Used Oil Recycling

SOLVENTS
see also F-WASTES
• Background Document for  Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and II
• Background Document for  Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part  268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste Vol-
  umes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
  cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Com-
  plete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volumes 1-3
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Amend-
  ment to Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for F002 (1,1,2-Trichloroethane) and
  F005  (Benzene,  2-Ethoxyethanol,  and  2-Nitropropane);
  Amendment (Final)
• Land Disposal Restrictions  Summary; Volume I: Solvents
  and Dioxins
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• Questions and Answers on Land Disposal Restrictions for
  Solvents and Dioxins
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-J:  BOAT Related Comments; Mixed Radioactive
  Hazardous Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes; Halo-
  genated Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-Halogenated Aromatic U
  Wastes; F002-F005:  Solvents; F006: Electroplating Waste-
  water Treatment Sludges; and  F019:  Aluminum  Conver-
  sion Coating Treatment Sludges


SOURCE REDUCTION [NON-HAZARDOUS
WASTE]

see also WASTE MINIMIZATION [HAZARDOUS WASTE]
• Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization: Hazardous  and
  Non-Hazardous Solid Waste (1980 to Present)
• Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management Alter-
  natives
• Charging Households for Waste Collection and Disposal:
  The Effects  of Weight or Volume-Based Pricing on Solid
  Waste Management
• The Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid Waste
• Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
• Environmental Fact Sheet: America's War on Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Municipal Landfill Regulations
  Mean Safer Disposal of Solid Waste
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Plastics:  The Facts About  Pro-
  duction, Use, and Disposal
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Plastics:  The Facts on Source
  Reduction
• Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts About Plastics in the
  Marine Environment
• Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on Degradable Plastics
• Let's Reduce and Recycle: A Curriculum for Solid Waste
  Awareness
• Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis of Lead and Cad-
  mium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
• Proceedings of the Fifth National Conference on House-
  hold Hazardous Waste Management, November 5-7 1990,
  San Francisco, California
• Proceedings of the Fourth National Conference on House-
  hold Hazardous Waste Management
• Proceedings of the Sixth  National United States Environ-
  mental Protection Agency Conference on Household Haz-
  ardous   Waste   Management  (Seattle,   Washington,
  December 3-7, 1991)
• Promoting Source Reduction and Recyclability in the Mar-
  ketplace
• Report  to Congress:  Methods  to  Manage and  Control
  Plastic Wastes
• Reusable News
• Summary of the First National Conference on Household
  Hazardous Waste Collection Programs
• Summary of the Second National Conference on House-
  hold Hazardous Waste Management
• Summary of the Third National Conference on Household
  Hazardous Waste Management
• Unit Pricing: Providing an Incentive to Reduce Municipal
  Solid Waste
• Variable Rates in Solid Waste: Handbook for Solid Waste
  Officials; Volumes I and II


STATE PROGRAMS

• Equivalency of State Financial Responsibility Mechanisms
• RCRA Final Authorization Guidance Manual
• RCRA Implementation Plans (RIP); Fiscal Years:  1987-1992
• RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP); Fiscal Year 1993
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• State Authorization Manual
• State Decision-Makers Guide for Hazardous Waste Man-
  agement
• State Program Advisory Number Eight
• State Programs Advisory Number Nine
• States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling


STEEL PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K061 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K061; Addendum (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K062 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  New Treatment Standards Fi-
  nalized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-K: BOAT Related Comments;  F025: Wastes from
  the Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inor-
  ganic Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:
  Still  Bottoms from  Benzyl Chloride;  K046:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating,  and
  Loading of Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061: Elec-
  tric  Arc  Furnace  Dust; and K069:  Emission  Control
  Dust/Sludge from Secondary Lead Smelting
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-1:  Capacity Related Comments
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SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
TANKS
• Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Supple-
  mental Background Document for the Final Double Liners
  and Leak Detection Systems  Rule for  Hazardous  Waste
  Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface Impoundments
• Background Document on Bottom Liner Performance in
  Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments
• Background Document on Proposed Liner and Leak De-
  tection Rule
• Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface Impoundments
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Clarification  on the Timing for
  Retrofitting Surface Impoundments  Under the Land  Dis-
  posal Restrictions Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases Final Rule on Lin-
  ers and Leak Detection Systems
• Final Interim Status Standards for Surface Impoundments
  (40  CFR 265.220); Standards Applicable to Owners  and
  Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,  and
  Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim  Status Surface Impoundments; Retrofitting Vari-
  ances; Guidance Document
• Landfill  and Surface Impoundment Performance  Evalu-
  ation
• Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems
  for  Landfills and Surface  Impoundments; Design, Con-
  struction, and Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single  Liner Systems
  for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
  sign, Construction, and Operation  (Draft)
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Exposure Informa-
  tion Requirements Under RCRA, Section 3019
• Permitting  of Land Disposal Facilities: Surface Impound-
  ments
• RCRA Guidance Document: Surface Impoundments, Liner
  Systems, Final Cover, and Free Board Control; Draft
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
• Regulatory  Determination:   Landfills  and Surface  Im-
  poundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
• Technical Guidance Document:  Final Covers on Hazard-
  ous Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments
• Technical Resource Document:  Design, Construction,  and
  Operation of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste  Sur-
  face Impoundments

SURVEYS

see HAZARDOUS WASTE DATA
see MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS [MSWLF]
• Compilation of Persons Who Design, Test, Inspect, and In-
  stall Storage Tank Systems
• General and  Interim Status Standards for Tanks (40 CFR
  264 and  265. Subpart J);  Interim  Status Standards  for
  Chemical,  Physical, and  Biological Treatment (40 CFR
  265, Subpart Q); Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
  erators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Hazardous Waste  Tanks Failure Model;  Description of
  Methodology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
• Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous  Waste
  Tank Standards
• Questions and Answers Regarding the July 14, 1986, Haz-
  ardous Waste Tank System Regulatory Amendments
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
• Rules for Hazardous Waste Tank Systems
• Technical Resource Document  for Obtaining Variances
  from the Secondary Containment Requirement of Hazard-
  ous Waste Tank Systems; Volumes I and II
• Technical Resource Document for the Storage and Treat-
  ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems


TEST METHODS

• Background  Document for the Groundwater Screening
  Procedure to Support 40  CFR 268 Land Disposal Restric-
  tions
• Background Document for the Liquid Release Test; Single
  Laboratory Evaluation and 1988 Collaborative Study
• Background  Document on the Development and Use of
  Reference Doses; Part I: Data Needs and Apportionment;
  Part II: Considerations Related to the Development of Pro-
  tocols for Toxicity Studies
• Batch-Type Adsorption  Procedures for Estimating Soil At-
  tenuation of  Chemicals; Draft Technical  Resource  Docu-
  ment for Public Comment
• Corrosivity Characteristic (40 CFR  261.22); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Design and Development  of a Hazardous Waste Reactivity
  Testing Protocol
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Toxicity Characteristic Rule Fi-
  nalized
• EP  Toxicity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.24); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Guidance for the Analysis  of Refinery Wastes
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Inter-Industry Collaborative Study of Toxicity Characteristic
Leaching Procedures; Addendum to Compilation of Phase
IA and Phase II Data
Lining of Waste Impoundment and Disposal Facilities
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Sampling and Analysis
Permit Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treat-
ment Demonstrations
Permit Guidance Manual on Unsaturated Zone Monitoring
for Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Units
Proposed Sampling and Analytical Methodologies for Ad-
dition to Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physi-
cal/Chemical Methods (SW-846, Second Edition)
Reactivity Characteristic  (40  CFR 261.23); Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001
Report on Minimum Criteria to Assure Data Quality
Soil Properties, Classification, and  Hydraulic Conductivity
Testing
Solid  Waste  Leaching  Procedure; Technical  Resource
Document for Public Comment
Summary of Appropriate Analytical Methods for Appendix
IX; Parts I and II
Surface  Water Screening Procedure;  Background Docu-
ment
Technical Background Document and Response to Com-
ments: Method 1311 - Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Pro-
cedure
Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix B: Sampling
Strategy
Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
tion of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix D:  Analytical
Methods
Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Produc-
tion of Crude Oil and  Natural Gas;  Appendix G: Sampling
Plan and Sampling Quality Assurance/Quality Control
Technical Studies Supporting the  Mining  Waste Regula-
tory Determination
Test Method 8290:   Procedures for  the  Detection and
Measurement of PCDDs and PCDFs
Test Method 9096: Liquid Release Test (LRT) Procedure
Test Method Equivalency Petitions; A Guidance Manual
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemi-
cal Methods; Second Edition
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemi-
cal  Methods;  Third  Edition; Volumes  IA,  IB, 1C, and  II
(EPA/SW-846)
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemi-
cal Methods; Third Edition: Proposed Update Package
• Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure;  Background
  Document on Resource Conservation and Recovery Act,
  Subtitle C, Hazardous Waste Management System, Sec-
  tion 3001, Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste


THALLIUM WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for P and U Thallium Wastes (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Characteristic
  Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Containing Mer-
  cury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes from the Manufac-
  turing and Processing of Explosives; D011: Characteristic
  Wastes  for Silver; P119,  P120:  Vanadium  Containing
  Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium


TIRES

see MARKETS-TIRES
see PROCUREMENT-RETREAD TIRES
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-TIRES
TOLUENE PRODUCTION WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Dini-
  trotoluene, Toluenediamine,  and  Toluene  Diisocyanate,
  K027 K111-Ktl6, U221, and U223 (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposal Will List Wastes Gen-
  erated during the Manufacture of Chlorinated Toluenes as
  Hazardous
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Second Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC [TC]

• Does "four Business  Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
  Small Businesses Do
  • Chemical Manufacturers
  • Cleaning and Cosmetics
  • Construction
  • Drycleaning and Laundry
  • Educational and Vocational Shops
  • Equipment Repair
  • Formulators
  • Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
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  • Laboratories
  • Leather Products Manufacturing
  • Metal Manufacturing
  • Motor Freight Terminals/Railroad Transport
  • Paper Industry
  • Pesticide End-Users/Application Services
  • Printing and Allied Industries
  • Textile Manufacturing
  • Uniform  Hazardous Waste Manifest Instructions
  • vehicle Maintenance
  • Wood Preserving
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Interim Final Rule Suspending
  Application of the Toxicity Characteristic  for Used  Chlo-
  rofluorocarbon Refrigerants Being Reclaimed
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Toxicity Characteristic Rule
  Finalized
• EP Toxicity Characteristic (40 CFR  261.24); Identification
  and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
  Section 3001
• Inter-Industry Collaborative Study of Toxicity Characteristic
  Leaching Procedures; Addendum to  Compilation of Phase
  IA and Phase II Data
• The New  Toxicity Characteristic Rule:  Information and
  Tips for Generators
• Technical  Background Document and  Response to  Com-
  ments:   Method 1311 -  Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
  Procedure
• Toxicity Characteristic Leaching  Procedure;  Background
  Document on Resource  Conservation  and Recovery Act,
  Subtitle C, Hazardous Waste Management System, Sec-
  tion 3001,  Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
• Toxicity Characteristic  Regulatory Impact Analysis


TRANSPORTERS

• Asbestos Waste  Management Guidance: Generation, Trans-
  port, Disposal
• Does \bur Business  Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
  Small Busineses Do
  • Uniform  Hazardous Waste Manifest Instructions
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Entry into Force of the  Basel
  Convention
• Heuristic Routing for Solid Waste Collection Vehicles
• Managing  and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program for Transporters
• Manifest System, Recordkeeping, and Reporting (40 CFR
  264 and 265, Subpart E); Standards  Applicable to Owners
  and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
  and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,  Subtitle C, Section
  3004
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7
• Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Regulations Af-
  fecting  Generators and Transporters  (40  CFR  262 and
  263); Explanation  of Revisions in Reporting  Burden Esti-
  mates
• State Decision-Makers Guide for Hazardous Waste Man-
  agement
• U.S. Department  of Transportation Hazardous  Materials
  Regulations as They Apply to the U.S. Environmental Pro-
  tection Agency's Hazardous Waste Regulations


TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
FACILITIES (TSDFs)

• Closure/Post-Closure and Financial Responsibility Require-
  ments for Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and  Dis-
  posal Facilities; Final  Rule; Background Document
• Closure/Post-Closure Interim Status Standards  (40  CFR
  265, Subpart G):  Standards Applicable to  Owners and
  Operators of Hazardous Waste  Treatment, Storage, and
  Disposal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Corrective  Measures for  Releases to  Groundwater from
  Solid Waste Management Units; Draft Final Report
• Corrective Measures for Releases to Soil  from Solid Waste
  Management Units; Draft Final Report
• Corrective Measures for Releases to Surface Waters, Draft
  Final Report
• Criteria for  Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology
  under RCRA (Complete Set)
• Directory of Commercial Hazardous Waste Management
  Facilities
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Changes to Interim Status Fa-
  cilities;  Modifications to Hazardous Waste Permits; Proce-
  dures for Post-Closure Permitting
• Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Delay of  Closure Period for
  Hazardous Waste Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   EPA Amends  Monitoring
  Well Requirements for Interim-Status Hazardous Waste
  Facilities
• Environmental  Fact Sheet: Nineteen  Eighty-Five National
  Biennial Report  of  Hazardous  Waste  Generators  and
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Revisions to the Sub-
  title C Financial Responsibility Requirements
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Proposed Rulemaking on Cor-
  rective Action for Solid Waste Management Units at  Haz-
  ardous Waste Management Facilities
• Evaluating Cover Systems for Solid and Hazardous Waste
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• Evaluation Guidelines for Toxic Air Emissions from Land
  Disposal Facilities
• Final Draft Guidance for Subpart G of the Interim Status
  Standards for Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
• Financial Assurance for Closure and Post-Closure Care;
  Requirements for Owners and Operators of Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; A Guid-
  ance Manual
• Financial Requirements (40 CFR 264  and 265, Subpart
  H); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
  under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Financial Requirements; Interim Status Standards (40 CFR
  265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance
• General Issues Concerning  Interim Status Standards (40
  CFR 265); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators
  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
  cilities under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• General Waste Analysis (40 CFR 264.  13); Interim Status
  Standards for General Waste Analysis  (40 CFR 265. 13);
  Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
  ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Facilities un-
  der RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR 265,  Subpart F); Stand-
  ards Applicable to Owners  and  Operators of Hazardous
  Waste Treatment,  Storage, and Disposal Facilities under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Groundwater Monitoring Guidance for Owners and Opera-
  tors of Interim  Status Facilities
• Guidance for Facility Management Planning; Draft
• Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
  Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume III: Unit Costs;
  Volume IV: Documentation
• Guidance  Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
  Closure/Post-Closure (40 CFR Part 265)
• Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum Technologi-
  cal Requirements of HSWA of 1984, Respecting Liners
  and Leachate Collection Systems; Reauthorization Statu-
  tory Interpretation #5D
• Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites
• Interim Status Standards and General Status Standards for
  Closure  and Post-Closure Care  (40 CFR 264 and  265,
  Subpart G); Standards Applicable to  Owners and Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Liability Coverage; Requirements for Owners and Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
  Facilities; A Guidance Manual
• Low-Level  Mixed Waste:  A RCRA Perspective for NRC
  Licensees
• Manifest System, Recordkeeping, and Reporting (40 CFR
  264 and 265, Subpart E); Standards Applicable to Owners
  and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
  and Disposal Facilities under RCRA, Subtitle  C, Section
  3004
• Model RCRA Permit for Hazardous Waste Management
  Facilities
• National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Manage-
  ment Program
• National Survey of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment,  Storage, Disposal and Recycling  Facilities in
  1986: Hazardous Waste Generation and Management
• National Survey of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment,  Storage, Disposal and Recycling  Facilities in
  1986:   Hazardous  Waste  Management in RCRA  TSDR
  Units
• National Survey of  Hazardous  Waste Generators and
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Regulated Un-
  der RCRA in 1981
• Nineteen Eighty-Five  National Biennial  Report  of Hazard-
  ous Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and  Dis-
  posal Facilities Regulated under RCRA; Volumes I and II
• Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial RCRA Hazardous
  Waste Report
• Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening Survey of Hazard-
  ous Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and Recycling Fa-
  cilities
• No Migration Variances to the Hazardous Waste Land Dis-
  posal Prohibitions; A Guidance Manual for Petitioners
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Hazardous  Waste
  Land  Treatment, Storage,  and  Disposal Facilities; Final
  Draft
• Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for the General Facil-
  ity Standards of 40 CFR 264
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater and
  Air Emission Monitoring
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater Pro-
  tection Standard
• Permitting of Land  Disposal  Facilities: Overview;  Back-
  ground Document
• Plans, Recordkeeping, Variances, and Demonstrations for
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Facili-
  ties; A Guidance Manual
• Protocol for Evaluating Interim Status Closure/Post-Closure
  Plans
• RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance
• RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance; Interim Final
• RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Compliance Order Guid-
  ance
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volumes 7-8
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• RCRA Personnel Training Guidance for Owners or Opera-
  tors of Hazardous Waste Management Facilities
• Regulatory Impact  Analysis for the Proposed Rulemaking
  on Corrective Action for Solid Waste Management Units
• Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 264. 15) and Interim
  Status Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 265. 15); Stand-
  ards Applicable to Owners and  Operators of Hazardous
  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Standards for Personnel Training  (40 CFR 264.16); Interim
  Status Standards for Personnel Training (40 CFR 265. 16);
  Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
  ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Un-
  der RCRA, Subtitle  C, Section 3004
• Standards for Preparedness and Prevention (40 CFR 264
  and 265, Subpart C); Standards for Contingency Plan and
  Emergency  Procedures (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart
  D); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Haz-
  ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
  Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Standards for Security (40 CFR 264.  14);  Interim Status
  Standards for Security (40 CFR 265. 14); Standards Appli-
  cable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treat-
  ment,  Storage,  and  Disposal   Facilities  Under  RCRA,
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• State Decision-Makers  Guide for Hazardous Waste  Man-
  agement
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Determining
  Appropriate Technology and Response for  Air Releases;
  Draft Final Report
• Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Subsurface
  Gas
TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
FACILITIES (TSDFs)—CAPACITY

• Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: First
  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and
  Availability Treatment Capacity
• Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions;  Proposed Rule:
  First Third  Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
  and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Second
  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and
  Availability Treatment Capacity; Volumes I and II
• Background Document for Second Third  Wastes to Sup-
  port 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
  Rule: Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
• Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and II
• Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions:  Solvent Waste Vol-
  umes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
  cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:
  Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
  and Available Treatment Capacity; (Complete Set)
• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR Part 268  Land  Disposal Restrictions;  Proposed
  Rule: Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Re-
  quired and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents for  First Third Wastes;  Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Second  Third Wastes; Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Third Third Wastes;  Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Capacity Assurance Planning
  and the 1991 Biennial Report
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Effective Date for Hazardous
  Debris Treatment Standards Extended One Year
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Second Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 2: Capacity Related Comments
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2: Capacity Related Comments (Complete Set)
• Summary Report of Capacity at Commercial Facilities; Vol-
  umes I and II
• Summary Report of Capacity at Limited Commercial and
  Company Captive Facilities; Draft; Volumes I and II
TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
FACILITIES (TSDFs)—DISPOSAL

• Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Supple-
  mental Background  Document for the Final Double Liners
  and Leak Detection Systems  Rule for Hazardous Waste
  Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface Impoundments
• Asbestos Waste Management  Guidance:  Generation,
  Transport, Disposal
• Assessment of Hazardous Waste Mismanagement  Dam-
  age Case Histories
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 •  Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support
   40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: First
   Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and
   Availability Treatment Capacity
 •  Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support
   40 CFR 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions;  Proposed Rule:
   First Third  Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
   and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
 •  Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
   40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Second
   Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and
   Availability Treatment Capacity; Volumes I and II
 •  Background Document for Second Third  Wastes to Sup-
   port 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions;  Proposed
   Rule: Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
   Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
 •  Background Document  for Solvents to  Support 40 CFR
   Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and II
 •  Background Document  for Solvents to  Support 40 CFR
   Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste Vol-
   umes and Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recy-
   cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
 •  Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
   40 CFR Part 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:
   Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
   and Available Treatment Capacity; (Complete Set)
 •  Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
   40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions;  Proposed
   Rule: Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Re-
   quired and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete Set)
 •  Background Document on Bottom Liner Performance in
   Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments
 •  Background Document on Proposed Liner and  Leak De-
  tection Rule
 •  Compilation of Current Practices at Land  Disposal Facili-
  ties:  Summary of Liner and Leak Detection  Designs, Ac-
  tion  Leakage  Rates,   Response  Action  Plans,  and
  Management of Liquids in Landfills
• Design, Construction,  and Evaluation of Clay  Liners for
  Waste Management Facilities
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases  Final Rule on Lin-
  ers and Leak Detection Systems
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA's Final Conditional No-Mi-
  gration Determination for DOE's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
  (WIPP)
• Environmental  Fact  Sheet:   Final Rule for Third  Third
  Scheduled Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements for
  Land Disposal Restrictions
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Land Disposal Restrictions -
  Second Third (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Milestone!  Fifth Rulemaking
  Finalizes Land Disposal Restrictions
 •  Environmental Fact Sheet:  No Land Disposal Standards
   Amendment
 •  Fate and Transport of Hazardous Constituents; Identifica-
   tion and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle
   C, Section 3001
 •  Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
   Closure Plans (Subparts G  and H); Volume II:  Land Dis-
   posal Facilities
 •  Guide to the  Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidi-
   fied Waste
 •  Joint  NRG/EPA Guidance on a  Conceptual Design Ap-
   proach for Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and
   Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities
 •  Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model
 •  Lining of Waste Impoundment and Disposal Facilities
 •  Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
 •  Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
   Federal Program for Treatment, Destruction, and Disposal
   Facilities
 •  Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems
   for Landfills  and Surface Impoundments; Design, Con-
   struction, and Operation
 •  Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
   for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
   sign, Construction, and Operation  (Draft)
 •  Permitting of  Land  Disposal  Facilities: Performance Stand-
   ards for Land  Disposal Facilities
 •  Permitting of  Land Disposal Facilities: Underground Injec-
  tion; Background Document
 •  Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to De-
  termine Required Liner Thickness
 •  Procedures Manual for Groundwater Monitoring at Solid
  Waste Disposal Facilities
 •  Prohibition  on  the  Disposal of  Bulk Liquid Hazardous
  Waste in Landfills; Statutory Interpretive Guidance
 • Regulatory Determination:   Landfills  and  Surface  Im-
  poundments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge
 • Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal
  by Electric Utility Power Plants
 • Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous Liquids in
  Hazardous Waste Landfills
 • SOILINER Model
 • Technical Guidance Document:  Fabrication of  Polyethyl-
  ene FML  Field Seams
• Technical Guidance Document:  Final Covers on Hazard-
  ous Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments
• Use of the Water Balance Method for Predicting Leachate
  Generation from Solid Waste Disposal Sites
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TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
FACILITIES (TSDFs)-SITING

• Combined NRG/EPA Siting Guidelines for Disposal of
  Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous
  Waste
• Construction Quality  Assurance for Hazardous  Waste
  Land Disposal Facilities; Technical Guidance Document
• Design, Construction, and Evaluation of Clay Liners for
  Waste Management Facilities
• General  Facility Standards for Location of Facilities (40
  CFR 264, Subpart B, Section 264. 18); Standards Applica-
  ble to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treat-
  ment,  Storage,  and  Disposal  Facilities  Under   RCRA,
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Guidance Document for Subpart F: Air Emission Monitor-
  ing; Land Disposal Toxic Air Emissions Evaluation  Guide-
  line
• Guidance Document: Seismic Considerations in Hazard-
  ous Waste Management Facilities
• Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
• Hydrologic  Evaluation  of  Landfill Performance  (HELP)
  Model; Volume  1: User's Guide for Version  1; Second Edi-
  tion; Volume 2:  Documentation for Version 1
• Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model
• Location Standards for RCRA Hazardous Waste Facilities;
  Regulatory Development Plan
• Permit Writers' Guidance  Manual for  Hazardous Waste
  Land Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Phase 1:
  Criteria for Location Acceptability and Existing Applicable
  Regulations
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Information Require-
  ments for Permitting Discharges; General Standards Appli-
  cable  to  Owners and Operators of Hazardous   Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
• Soil Properties, Classification, and Hydraulic Conductivity
  Testing
• Technical Guidance Document: Inspection Techniques for
  the Fabrication of Geomembrane Field Seams
TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
FACILITIES (TSDFs)—STORAGE

• Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Supple-
  mental Background Document for the Final Double Liners
  and Leak Detection Systems Rule for Hazardous Waste
  Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface Impoundments
• Background Document  on Bottom Liner Performance in
  Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments
• Background Document  on Proposed  Liner and Leak De-
  tection Rule
• Compilation of Current Practices at Land Disposal  Facili-
  ties: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Ac-
  tion  Leakage Rates,  Response  Action   Plans,  and
  Management of Liquids in Landfills
• Compilation of Persons Who Design, Test, Inspect, and In-
  stall Storage Tank Systems
• Design. Construction, and Evaluation of Clay Liners for
  Waste Management Facilities
• General and  Interim Status Standards for Tanks (40 CFR
  264 and  265, Subpart  J);  Interim  Status Standards for
  Chemical,  Physical,  and Biological Treatment  (40  CFR
  265, Subpart Q); Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
  erators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and  Dis-
  posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Guidance for Permit Writers:  Facilities Storing Hazardous
  Waste in Containers
• Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
  Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volumes I:  Treatment
  and Storage Facilities
• Guide for Preparing RCRA Permit Applications for Existing
  Facilities
• Guide to the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidi-
  fied Waste
• Hazardous Waste  Tanks Failure Model;  Description of
  Methodology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
• Interim Status Surface Impoundments; Retrofitting Vari-
  ances; Guidance Document
• Lining of Waste Impoundment and Disposal Facilities
• Minimum Technology Guidance on  Double Liner Systems
  for  Landfills  and Surface Impoundments;  Design,  Con-
  struction, and Operation
• Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
  for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
  sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
• Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for  Hazardous Waste
  Tank Standards
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:  Surface  Impound-
  ments
• Permitting of Land Disposal  Facilities: Waste Piles
• Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to De-
  termine Required Liner Thickness
• Questions and Answers Regarding the July 14, 1986, Haz-
  ardous Waste Tank System Regulatory Amendments
• RCRA Guidance Document: Land Treatment
• RCRA Guidance Document: Surface Impoundments, Liner
  Systems, Final Cover, and Free Board Control; Draft
• Rules  for Hazardous Waste Tank Systems
• SOILINER Model
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• Technical Guidance Document:  Fabrication of Polyethyl-
  ene FML Field Seams
• Technical Guidance Document:  Final Covers on Hazard-
  ous Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments
• Technical Guidance Document: Inspection Techniques for
  the Fabrication of Geomembrane Field Seams
• Technical  Resource  Document for  Obtaining  Variances
  from the Secondary Containment Requirement of Hazard-
  ous Waste Tank Systems; Volumes I and II
• Technical Resource Document for the Storage and Treat-
  ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems


TREATMENT, STORAGE, DISPOSAL
FACILITIES (TSDFs>-TREATMENT

• Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:  First
  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and  Required and
  Availability Treatment Capacity
• Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
  First Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics,  and Required
  and Availability Treatment Capacity; Parts I and II
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Second
  Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and  Required and
  Availability Treatment Capacity; Volumes I and II
• Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Sup-
  port 40 CFR  268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
  Rule:  Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and
  Required and Availability Treatment Capacity
• Background  Document  for Solvents  to  Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volumes I and II
• Background Document  for Solvents  to  Support 40 CFR
  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste Vol-
  umes and Characteristics,  Required Treatment and Recy-
  cling Capacity, and Available Treatment and Recycling
• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR Part 268 Land  Disposal  Restrictions; Final Rule:
  Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
  and Available Treatment Capacity;  (Complete Set)
• Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
  40 CFR Part  268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed
  Rule:  Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and  Re-
  quired and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete Set)
• Background Information Document for the Development of
  Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes
  in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Com-
  plete Set)
• Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Quality Assurance/Quality Control
  Procedures and Methodology (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents  for  First  Third  Wastes;  Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Documents for Second Third Wastes; Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Documents  for Third Third  Wastes;  Final Rule
  (Complete Set)
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
• Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
• Compilation of Current Practices at Land Disposal Facili-
  ties: Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Ac-
  tion  Leakage  Rates,  Response Action  Plans, and
  Management of Liquids in Landfills
• Engineering Handbook for Hazardous Waste Incineration
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to the Regulations
  for Burning Hazardous Waste in  Boilers and Industrial
  Furnaces
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Modifications to
  the Definition of Wastewater Treatment Unit
• Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases Final Rule on Lin-
  ers and Leak Detection Systems
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Effective  Date for  Hazardous
  Debris Treatment Standards Extended  One Year
• Environmental  Fact  Sheet:  Final  Rule  for Third Third
  Scheduled Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements  for
  Land Disposal Restrictions
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous Waste Boilers and
  Industrial Furnaces Now Under Strict RCRA Regulations
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Land Disposal Restrictions -
  Second Third (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Milestone!  Fifth Rulemaking
  Finalizes Land Disposal Restrictions
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  New Treatment Standards  Fi-
  nalized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Tighter Controls Proposed for
  Hazardous Waste Incinerators
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
• EPA Guide for Infectious Waste  Management
• General and Interim Status Standards for Tanks (40 CFR
  264 and  265, Subpart J); Interim Status Standards for
  Chemical,  Physical,  and  Biological Treatment  (40 CFR
  265, Subpart Q); Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
  erators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities under  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
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• Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for Land Disposal
  Restrictions Program (BOAT)
• Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
  Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I: Treatment
  and Storage Facilities
• Guide to the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidi-
  fied Waste
• Hazardous Waste Incineration: Questions and Answers
• Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure Model;  Description of
  Methodology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E
• Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
• Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering Phase;
  Final Report
• Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart 0);
  Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
  ous Waste Treatment, Storage,  and Disposal Facilities Un-
  der RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim Status Standards for Land Treatment Facilities (40
  CFR 265, Subpart M); Standards Applicable to Owners
  and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,
  and Disposal Facilities  Under RCRA,  Subtitle C, Section
  3004
• Interim Status Standards for Thermal Treatment Processes
  Other Than Incineration and for Open Burning  (40  CFR
  265, Subpart P); Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
  erators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
  posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
• Interim Status Surface Impoundments; Retrofitting  Vari-
  ances; Guidance Document
• Land  Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents
  and Dioxins
• Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate
• Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
  Federal Program  for Treatment, Destruction, and Disposal
  Facilities
• Methodology for  Developing  Best Demonstrated Available
  Technology (BOAT) Treatment Standards
• Methods  Manual for Compliance with the BIF Regulations:
  Burning Hazardous Waste in  Boilers and Industrial Fur-
  naces
• Mobile Incineration: An Analysis of the Industry
• Permit Guidance  Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treat-
  ment Demonstrations
• Permit Guidance  Manual on Unsaturated Zone Monitoring
  for Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Units
• Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators
• Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Land Treatment
• Proposed Additions to Standards for Hazardous Waste In-
  cineration (40 CFR 264.342 and 264.343); Standards Ap-
  plicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
  Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA,
  Subtitle C, Section 3004
• RCRA Guidance Document: Land Treatment
• Report to Congress on  the  Discharge  of Hazardous
  Wastes to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (The Domes-
  tic Sewage Study)
• Response to Comments Background  Document  for the
  Second Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background  Document  for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1: BOAT Related Comments (Complete Set)
• Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler and
  Industrial Furnace Regulations
• Technical Resource Document  for Obtaining Variances
  from the Secondary Containment Requirement of Hazard-
  ous Waste Tank Systems; Volumes I and II
• Technical Resource Document for the Storage and Treat-
  ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems
• Treatment Technology  Background  Document;  Second
  Third; Final
• Treatment Technology  Background   Document;  Third
  Third; Final


TRICHLOROETHANE PRODUCTION
WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
  Document for Wastes from the Production  of 1,1,1-Trichlo-
  roethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
  ground  Document for Wastes from the  Production of
  1,1,1-Trichloroethane,  K028,  K029,  K095,   and  K096;
  Amendment  (Final)
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Second Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;
  Volume 1: Treatment Standards Related Comments
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096: Production  of  1,1,1-Trichloroethane  Wastewaters
  Containing  BOAT Constituents; K022:  Wastes  from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation  Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035: Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still Tails from the Production of  Methyl Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated  Hydrocarbons  and  Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
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USED OIL
see  HAZARDOUS  WASTE IDENTIFICATION-LISTING OF
USED OIL
see MARKETS-USED OIL
see PROCUREMENT-RE-REFINED LUBRICATING OIL
see SOLID WASTE RECYCLING-USED OIL

U-WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground  Document for  Characteristic Ignitable  Wastes
  (D001), Characteristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Charac-
  teristic Reactive Wastes (D003), and P and U Wastes Con-
  taining Reactive Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Chromium Wastes D007 and U032
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006, F007-F012,
  F019, and Various P and U Codes) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for D008 and P and  U Lead Wastes
  (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for  K001  (Addendum) and U051 (Creo-
  sote) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K031, K084, K101, K102, Charac-
  teristic Arsenic Wastes  (D004), Characteristic Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes  Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
  K106, P065, P092, and U151) (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes, K038-
  K040,  and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for P and U Thallium Wastes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document  for Phthalate Wastes, K023, K093,
  K094, and Various P and U Codes (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document  for  U and P  Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume A:  Wastewater Forms of Organic
  U and P  Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039) for
  which there are Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document  for  U and P  Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate  (F039),  Volume B:  U and P Wastewaters and
  Nonwastewaters with Methods of Treatment as Treatment
  Standards
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground  Document for U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume C:  Nonwastewater Forms of Or-
  ganic U and P Wastes and  Multisource Leachate (F039)
  for which there are Concentration-Based Treatment Stand-
  ards
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground  Document for U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume D:  Reactive U and P Waste-
  waters and Nonwastewaters
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground  Document for U  and  P Wastes,  Multisource
  Leachate (F039), Volume E:  U and P Gaseous Wastes
• Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
  ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Dini-
  trotoluene,  Toluenediamine,  and  Toluene  Diisocyanate,
  K027, K111-K116, U221, and U223  (Final)
• Environmental Fact Sheet: Treatment Standards Proposed
  for 20 Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
  Debris
• Hazardous Waste from Discarding of Commercial Chemi-
  cal  Products and  the Containers  and Spill Residues
  Thereof (40 CFR 261.33); Identification and Listing of Haz-
  ardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
• Methodology for Developing  Best Demonstrated Available
  Technology (BOAT) Treatment Standards
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-A-2: BOAT Related Comments; General  BOAT Is-
  sues
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-D: BOAT Related Comments; D003: Characteristic
  Reactive Wastes and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
  Listing Constituents
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-E:  BOAT Related Comments; D004: Characteristic
  Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Containing Ar-
  senic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes for Selenium
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-H: BOAT Related Comments; D008: Characteristic
  Wastes for Lead and P and U Wastes Containing Lead
• Response to Comments Background  Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Characteristic
  Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Containing Mer-
  cury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes from the Manufac-
  turing  and Processing of Explosives; D011:  Characteristic
  Wastes for Silver;  P119,  P120: Vanadium  Containing
  Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;
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  (Continued)
  Volume 1-J: BOAT Related Comments; Mixed Radioactive
  Hazardous Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes; Halo-
  genated Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-Halogenated Aromatic U
  Wastes; F002-F005: Solvents; F006: Electroplating Waste-
  water Treatment Sludges; and  F019: Aluminum Conver-
  sion Coating Treatment Sludges
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-M:  BOAT Related Comments; K017:  Wastes from
  the Production of Epichlorohydrin; K028, K029, K095, and
  K096:  Production of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
  Containing BOAT Constituents; K022:  Wastes from the
  Production of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation  Bottoms
  from the Production of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater
  Treatment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:
  Stripping Still  Tails from the Production of Methyl  Ethyl
  Pyridine; K083:  Distillation  Bottoms from the  Production
  of Aniline Oxygenated Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
  and P Wastes; F024: Production  of Chlorinated  Aliphatic
  Hydrocarbons
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-Q:  BOAT Related Comments; Gases
• Response to Comments Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments
VANADIUM WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for Vanadium-Containing Wastes P119
  andP120 (Final)
• Response to Comments  Background Document for the
  Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
  ume 1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Characteristic
  Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Containing Mer-
  cury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes from the Manufac-
  turing and Processing of Explosives; D011: Characteristic
  Wastes  for  Silver;  P119,  P120:  Vanadium   Containing
  Wastes; and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium


VETERINARY PHARMACEUTICAL WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for  K031, K084, K101,  K102, Charac-
  teristic Arsenic Wastes (D004),  Characteristic Selenium
  Wastes (D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic
  and Selenium Listing Constituents (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K101 and K102  Low Arsenic Sub-
  category (Final)
WASTE MINIMIZATION [HAZARDOUS
WASTE]

see a/so SOURCE REDUCTION [NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE]
• Bibliographic Series: Waste Minimization: Hazardous and
  Non-Hazardous Solid Waste (1980 to Present)
• Does \our Business Produce Hazardous Waste?   Many
  Small Businesses Do
  • Chemical Manufacturers
  • Cleaning and Cosmetics
  • Construction
  • Drycleaning and Laundry
  • Educational and Vocational Shops
  • Equipment Repair
  • Formulators
  • Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
  • Laboratories
  • Leather Products Manufacturing
  • Metal Manufacturing
  • Motor Freight Terminals/Railroad Transport
  • Paper Industry
  • Pesticide End-Users/Application Services
  • Printing and Allied Industries
  • Textile Manufacturing
  • Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest Instructions
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Wood Preserving
• The New Toxicity Characteristic Rule:  Information and
  Tips for Generators
• RCRA Environmental Indicators; FY 1991 Progress Report
  and Implementation Plan for the Future
• RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11
• Report to  Congress on the Minimization of Hazardous
  Wastes (Complete Set)
• Waste Minimization: Environmental Quality with Economic
  Benefits
• Waste Minimization; Executive Summary
• Waste Minimization in Metals Parts Cleaning


WASTE PILES

• Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems; Supple-
  mental Background Document for the Final  Double Liners
  and Leak Detection Systems Rule  for Hazardous Waste
  Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface Impoundments
• Background  Document on Proposed Liner and Leak De-
  tection Rule
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Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases Final Rule on Lin-
ers and Leak Detection Systems
Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems
for Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; De-
sign, Construction, and Operation (Draft)
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Waste Piles
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8
WOOD PRESERVING WASTES

• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K001 (Final)
• Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
  ground Document for K001 (Addendum) and U051 (Creo-
  sote) (Final)
• Does \bur Business  Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
  Small Businesses Do
  • Wood Preserving
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Administrative Stay of Wood
  Preserving Rule
• Environmental Fact Sheet:  Modifications Proposed  for
  Wood Preserving Wastes
• Environmental Fact Sheet:   Wood Preserving  Wastes
  Listed as Hazardous
• New Rule for Wood Preserving Wastes
• Report to the Senate Appropriations Committee:  Regula-
  tion of Wood Preserving Wastes
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SW-168
Use of the Water Balance Method for Predicting Leachate
Generation from Solid Waste Disposal Sites

SW-199C
Guidance Manual for the Classification of Solid Waste Dis-
posal Facilities

SW-335
 Once There Lived a Wicked Dragon(Coloring Book)

SW-352
First Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and  Source
Reduction

SW-353
Second Report to  Congress:  Resource Recovery and
Source Reduction

SW-356
Heuristic Routing for Solid Waste Collection Vehicles

SW-448
Third Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and  Source
Reduction

SW-470
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Further Assistance

SW-471
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Financing

SW-480
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Interim Report

SW-493
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Accounting Format

SW-495
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Procurement

SW-496
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Risks and Contracts

SW-499
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials:  Marketing
SW-533
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Planning and Overview

SW-550
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Technologies

SW-551
Source Separation: The Community Awareness Program in
Somerville and Marblehead, Massachusetts

SW-553
Residential Paper Recovery: A Community Action Program

SW-600
Fourth Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Waste
Reduction

SW-611
Procedures  Manual for  Groundwater Monitoring at  Solid
Waste Disposal Facilities

SW-612
State Decision-Makers Guide for Hazardous Waste Manage-
ment

SW-663
EPA Activities Under  RCRA of 1976 - Annual Report to the
President and Congress, Fiscal Year 1977

SW-755
EPA Activities Under RCRA - Annual Report to the President
and Congress, Fiscal Year 1978

SW-822
Multimaterial Source Separation in Marblehead and Somerville,
Massachusetts; \/blume II: Collection and Marketing

SW-823
Multimaterial Source Separation in Marblehead and Somerville,
Massachusetts; Volume III: Materials and Refuse; Composition
of Source Separated Materials and Refuse

SW-824
Multimaterial Source Separation in Marblehead and Somerville,
Massachusetts; Volume  IV: Energy Use and  Savings from
Source Separated Materials and Other Solid Waste Manage-
ment Alternatives for Marblehead
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SW-825
Multimaterial Source Separation in Marblehead and Somerville,
Massachusetts;  Volume V:  Citizen Attitudes Toward Source
Separation

SW-842
Source Separation Collection and  Processing Equipment; A
User's Guide

SW-846
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; Second Edition

SW-846
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; Third  Edition; Volumes IA, IB, 1C, and II

SW-846.3-1
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; Third  Edition: Proposed Update Package

SW-862
RCRA Final Authorization Guidance Manual

SW-867
Evaluating Cover Systems for Solid and Hazardous Waste

SW-868
Hydrologic Simulation on Solid Waste Disposal Sites

SW-869R
Landfill and Surface Impoundment Performance Evaluation

SW-870
Lining of Waste  Impoundment and Disposal Facilities

SW-871R
Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate

SW-872
Guide to the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidified
Waste

SW-873
Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface Impoundments

SW-874
Hazardous Waste Land Treatment

SW-889
Engineering Handbook for Hazardous Waste Incineration

SW-912
Closure/Post-Closure Interim Status Standards (40 CFR 265,
Subpart G): Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators
of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
ties under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

SW-913
Financial Requirements; Interim Status  Standards (40 CFR
265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance
SW-915
RCRA Personnel Training Guidance for Owners or Operators
of Hazardous Waste Management Facilities

SW-921
Plans, Recordkeeping, Variances, and Demonstrations for
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal Facili-
ties; A Guidance Manual

SW-924
Solid Waste Leaching  Procedure; Technical Resource Docu-
ment for Public Comment

SW-925
Soil Properties, Classification, and  Hydraulic Conductivity
Testing

SW-935
U.S.  Department of  Transportation  Hazardous  Materials
Regulations as They Apply to the U.S. Environmental Protec-
tion Agency's Hazardous Waste Regulations

SW-955
Financial Assurance for Closure  and Post-Closure Care; Re-
quirements for Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal  Facilities;  A  Guidance
Manual

SW-958
Guide to Energy from Municipal  Waste for Small Communi-
ties

SW-961
Liability  Coverage; Requirements for Owners and  Operators
of Hazardous  Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
ties; A Guidance Manual

SW-963
Groundwater  Monitoring Guidance for Owners and Opera-
tors of Interim  Status Facilities

SW-964R
Inventory of Open Dumps

SW-966
Guidance Manual for  Hazardous Waste Incinerator Permits;
Final Report

SW-968
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for the General Facility
Standards of 40 CFR 264

530-SW-82-001A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  1982 (Complete
Set)

530-SW-82-001A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1982

530-SW-82-001B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1982
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530-SW-82-001C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1982
530-SW-82-001D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1982
530-SW-82-001E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1982
530-SW-82-001F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1982
530-SW-82-001G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1982
530-SW-83-001
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1983 (Complete
Set)
530-SW-83-001A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1983
530-SW-83-001B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1983
530-SW-83-001C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1983
530-SW-83-001D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1983
530-SW-83-001E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1983
530-SW-83-001F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1983
530-SW-83-001G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1983
530-SW-83-001H
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1983
530-SW-83-001I
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1983
530-SW-83-001J
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1983
530-SW-83-001K
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1983
530-SW-83-001L
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1983
530-SW-84-001
Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to Deter-
mine Required Liner Thickness
530-SW-84-002
Assessment of Hazardous Waste Mismanagement  Damage
Case Histories
530-SW-84-004
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
Land Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Final Draft
530-SW-84-005
National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
ment,  Storage, and  Disposal  Facilities Regulated  Under
RCRA in 1981
530-SW-84-006
Interim National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Man-
agement Program Under RCRA
530-SW-84-009
Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance (HELP) Model;
Volume 1:  User's Guide for Version 1; Second Edition
530-SW-84-010
Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance (HELP) Model;
Volume 2:  Documentation for Version 1
530-SW-84-012
Waste Analysis Plans; A Guidance Manual
530-SW-84-013
Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated in the
United States
530-SW-84-013A
Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated in the
United States; Appendix
530-SW-84-017
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1984 (Complete
Set)
530-SW-84-017A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1984
530-SW-84-017B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1984
530-SW-84-017C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1984
530-SW-84-017D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April  1984
530-SW-84-017E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May  1984
530-SW-84-017F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1984
530-SW-84-017G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1984
530-SW-84-017H
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1984
530-SW-84-017I
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1984
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530-SW-84-017J
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1984
530-SW-84-017K
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1984
530-SW-84-017L
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1984
530-SW-85-003
Petitions to Delist Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance Manual
530-SW-85-004
National Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generator Survey;
Final Report
530-SW-85-007
Asbestos Waste Management Guidance: Generation, Trans-
port, Disposal
530-SW-85-012
Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum Technological
Requirements of HSWA  of 1984, Respecting Liners  and
Leachate  Collection Systems; Reauthorization Statutory In-
terpretation #5D
530-SW-85-013
Minimum  Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems for
Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; Design,
Construction, and Operation (Draft)
530-SW-85-014
Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems for
Landfills and Surface Impoundments; Design, Construction,
and Operation
530-SW-85-022
The Solid Waste Disposal Act  as Amended by the Hazard-
ous and Solid Waste Amendments (The Resource Conserva-
tion and Recovery Act)
530-SW-85-024
Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Land
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal  Facilities;  Phase 1: Criteria
for Location Acceptability and Existing  Applicable Regula-
tions
530-SW-85-031
Documentation  for Development of Toxicity and Volumes
Scores for the Purpose of Scheduling Hazardous Waste
530-SW-85-033
Report to Congress: Wastes from the Extraction and Benefi-
ciation of  Metallic Ores, Phosphate Rock, Asbestos, Overbur-
den from Uranium Mining, and Oil Shale

530-SW-85-036
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1985  (Complete
Set)
530-SW-85-036A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036B
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036C
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report. March 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036D
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036E
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036F
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036G
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036H
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1985

                                       530-SW-85-036I
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036J
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036K
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1985
                                       530-SW-85-036L
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1985
                                       530-SW-86-004
                                       Report to Congress on the Discharge of Hazardous Wastes
                                       to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (The Domestic Sewage
                                       Study)
                                       530-SW-86-006
                                       SOILINER Model
                                       530-SW-86-007F
                                       Design, Construction, and  Evaluation  of  Clay Liners  for
                                       Waste Management Facilities
                                       530-SW-86-008
                                       Guidance Manual for Research, Development, and Demon-
                                       stration Permits (40 CFR Section 270.65)
                                       530-SW-86-009
                                       Closure/Post-Closure and Financial Responsibility Require-
                                       ments for Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage,  and Dis-
                                       posal Facilities; Final Rule; Background Document
                                       530-SW-86-011
                                       Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis
                                       530-SW-86-012
                                       Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure Model; Description of Meth-
                                       odology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E
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530-SW-86-013
Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous Liquids in
Hazardous Waste Landfills; Statutory Interpretative Guidance

530-SW-86-014
EPA Guide for Infectious Waste Management

530-SW-86-015
Guidance Manual on the RCRA Regulation of Recycled Haz-
ardous Wastes

530-SW-86-016
Prohibition on the Disposal of Bulk Liquid Hazardous Waste
in Landfills; Statutory Interpretive Guidance

530-SW-86-017
Interim Status Surface Impoundments; Retrofitting Vari-
ances; Guidance Document

530-SW-86-019
Understanding the  Small Quantity  Generator Hazardous
Waste Rules: A Handbook for Small Business

530-SW-86-022
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology: A
RCRA Statutory Interpretative Guidance

530-SW-86-022A
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA;  Appendix A: Technical Methods for Evaluating
Hydrogeologic Parameters

530-SW-86-022B
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA;  Appendix B; Groundwater Flow Net/Flow Line
Construction and Analysis

530-SW-86-022C
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA; Appendix C: Technical Methods for Calculating
Time of Travel in the Unsaturated Zone

530-SW-86-022D
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA; Appendix D: Development of Vulnerability Criteria
Based on Risk Assessments and Theoretical Modeling

530-SW-86-023
Location of Mines and Factors Affecting Exposure

530-SW-86-024
Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste Data

530-SW-86-025
Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing and Acid-Generating Wastes
Generated by the Mining and Beneficiating  Industries, and
the Potentials for Contaminant  Release

530-SW-86-026
Technical Studies Supporting  the Mining Waste Regulatory
Determination
530-SW-86-027
Report to  Congress: EPA Activities and Accomplishments
Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Fiscal
Years 1980-1985

530-SW-86-030
Summary of Comments on Mining Waste Report to Con-
gress

530-SW-86-031
Construction Quality Assurance for Hazardous Waste Land
Disposal Facilities; Technical Guidance Document

530-SW-86-032
Permit  Guidance  Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treat-
ment Demonstrations

530-SW-86-033
Report to Congress on the Minimization of Hazardous Wastes
(Complete Set)

530-SW-86-033A
Report to Congress on the Minimization of Hazardous Wastes

530-SW-86-033B
Report to Congress on the Minimization of Hazardous Wastes;
Appendices

530-SW-86-037
Solving the Hazardous  Waste Problem:   EPA's RCRA Pro-
gram

530-SW-86-038
Survey of Household  Hazardous Waste and Related Collec-
tion Programs

530-SW-86-039
Census of State and Territorial Subtitle D Non-Hazardous
Waste Programs

530-SW-86-040
Permit  Guidance Manual on Unsaturated Zone Monitoring
for Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Units

530-SW-86-041
Report to Congress on  Waste Minimization: Issues and Op-
tions; Volume I

530-SW-86-041A
Waste Minimization; Executive Summary

530-SW-86-042
Report to Congress on  Waste Minimization: Issues and Op-
tions; Volume II

530-SW-86-043
Report to Congress on  Waste Minimization: Issues and Op-
tions; Volume III

530-SW-86-044
Technical Resource Document  for the Storage and Treat-
ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems
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530-SW-86-045
National RCRA Corrective Action Strategy
530-SW-86-047
Background Document for the Groundwater Screening Pro-
cedure to Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions
530-SW-86-048
Background Document on the Development and Use of Ref-
erence Doses; Part I:  Data Needs and Apportionment; Part
II:  Considerations Related to the Development of Protocols
for Toxicity Studies
530-SW-86-050
Surface Water Screening Procedure; Background Document
530-SW-86-053
RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance
530-SW-86-054
Subtitle D Study: Phase I Report
530-SW-86-055
RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Technical Enforcement Guid-
ance Document (TEGD) (Final)
530-SW-86-056
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Complete
Set)
530-SW-86-056A
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume  1
530-SW-86-056B
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume  2
530-SW-86-056C
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume  3
530-SW-86-057
Questions and Answers on the Land Disposal Restrictions
Program (Brochure)
530-SW-86-060
Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR Part
268 Land Disposal  Restrictions; Volume I
530-SW-86-061
Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR Part
268 Land Disposal  Restrictions; Volume II
530-SW-86-062
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1986 (Complete
Set)
530-SW-86-062A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062B
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062C
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062D
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062E
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062F
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062G
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062H
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062I
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062J
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062K
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1986
                                      530-SW-86-062L
                                      RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1986

                                      530-SW-87-002A
                                      Technical Resource Document for Obtaining Variances from
                                      the Secondary  Containment Requirement  of Hazardous
                                      Waste Tank Systems; Volume I
                                      530-SW-87-002B
                                      Technical Resource Document for Obtaining Variances from
                                      the Secondary  Containment Requirement  of Hazardous
                                      Waste Tank Systems; Volume II
                                      530-SW-87-005
                                      Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
                                      of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Field Sampling and Analytical
                                      Results
                                      530-SW-87-005A
                                      Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
                                      of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix A:  Analytical Re-
                                      sults
                                      530-SW-87-005B
                                      Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
                                      of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix B: Sampling Strat-
                                      egy
                                      530-SW-87-005C
                                      Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
                                      of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix C:   Sampling Re-
                                      ports; Volumes 1 and 2
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Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix D:  Analytical Meth-
ods

530-SW-87-005E
Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix E: Role and Func-
tion of EPA Sample Control Center

530-SW-87-005F
Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix F: List of Analytes

530-SW-87-005G
Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix G: Sampling Plan
and Sampling Quality Assurance/Quality Control

530-SW-87-006
Batch-Type Adsorption  Procedures for Estimating Soil  At-
tenuation of Chemicals; Draft Technical Resource Document
for Public Comment

530-SW-87-008
Test Method Equivalency Petitions; A Guidance Manual

530-SW-87-009A
Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I: Treatment and
Storage Facilities

530-SW-87-009B
Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume II:  Land Disposal
Facilities

530-SW-87-009C
Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume III:  Unit Costs

530-SW-87-009D
Guidance Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume IV: Documenta-
tion

530-SW-87-010
RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart  G Closure and Post-
Closure Care Standards and Subpart H Cost Estimating Re-
quirements

530-SW-87-011
Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for Land Disposal
Restrictions Program (BOAT)

530-SW-87-012
Questions and Answers Regarding the July 14, 1986, Haz-
ardous Waste Tank System Regulatory Amendments
530-SW-87-013
Background  Document on  Bottom Liner Performance in
Double-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments

530-SW-87-014
Background Information Document for the Development of
Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
Boilers and Industrial Furnaces  (Complete Set)

530-SW-87-014A
Background Information Document for the Development of
Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
Boilers and Industrial Furnaces; Volume I: Industrial Boilers

530-SW-87-014B
Background Information Document for the Development of
Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
Boilers and Industrial  Furnaces; Volume II:  Industrial Fur-
naces

530-SW-87-014C
Background Information Document for the Development of
Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
Boilers and Industrial Furnaces; Volume III: Risk Assessment

530-SW-S7-015
Background Document on Proposed Liner and Leak Detec-
tion Rule

530-SW-87-017
Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;  Part I: ACL Policy
and Information Requirements

530-SW-87-019A
Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume I: Solvents and
Dioxins

530-SW-87-020
Questions and Answers on  Land  Disposal Restrictions for
Solvents and Dioxins

530-SW-87-021
Municipal Waste Combustion Study (Complete Set)

530-SW-87-021A
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Report to Congress

530-SW-87-021B
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Emissions  Data Base
for Municipal Waste Combustors

530-SW-87-021C
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Control of Organic
Emissions

530-SW-87-021D
Municipal Waste Combustion  Study:  Flue Gas Cleaning
Technology

530-SW-87-021E
Municipal Waste Combustion  Study:  Costs  of Flue Gas
Cleaning Technologies
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Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Sampling and Analysis

530-SW-87-021G
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Assessment of Health
Risks Associated With  Exposure to Municipal Waste Com-
bustion Emissions

530-SW-87-021H
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Characterization of the
Municipal Waste Combustion Industry

530-SW-87-021I
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Recycling of Solid
Waste

530-SW-87-024
Directory of Commercial Hazardous Waste Management Fa-
cilities

530-SW-87-025
National  Dioxin Study

530-SW-87-027
Joint NRC/EPA Guidance on  a Conceptual  Design Ap-
proach for Commercial Mixed  Low-Level Radioactive and
Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities

530-SW-87-028
Characterization of  MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
Landfills, Monofills, and  Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)

530-SW-87-028A
Characterization of  MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
Landfills, Monofills,  and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume I: Sum-
mary

530-SW-87-028B
Characterization of  MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
Landfills,  Monofills, and  Co-Disposal  Sites;  Volume  II:
Leachate Baseline Report; Determination of Municipal Land-
fill Leachate Characteristics

530-SW-87-028C
Characterization of  MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume III: Adden-
dum to Characterization of Municipal Landfill Leachates; A
Literature Review

530-SW-87-028D
Characterization of  MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
Landfills, Monofills,  and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume IV: Char-
acterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Residues and
their Leachates; A Literature Review

530-SW-87-028E
Characterization of  MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
Landfills, Monofills,  and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume V: Char-
acterization of Municipal Waste Combustor Residues
530-SW-87-028F
Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume VI: Char-
acterization of Leachates from Municipal Waste Disposal
Sites and Co-Disposal Sites

530-SW-87-028G
Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
Landfills, Monofills, and  Co-Disposal Sites; Volume VII: Ad-
dendum to Monofill Report

530-SW-87-029
Combined NRC/EPA Siting Guidelines for Disposal of Com-
mercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous Waste

530-SW-87-031
Alternate Concentration  Limit Guidance; Part II: Based on
264.94(6) Criteria; Case Studies

530-SW-87-032
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline  Report, 1987 (Complete
Set)

530-SW-87-032A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1987

530-SW-87-032B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1987

530-SW-87-032C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1987

530-SW-87-032D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1987

530-SW-87-032E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1987

530-SW-87-032F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1987

530-SW-87-032G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1987

530-SW-87-032H
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1987

530-SW-87-032I
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1987

530-SW-87-032J
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1987

530-SW-87-032K
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1987

530-SW-87-032L
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1987

530-SW-88-002
Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal by
Electric Utility Power Plants
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530-SW-88-002A
Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal by
Electric Utility Power Plants; Appendices

530-SW-88-002A.1
Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal by
Electric Utility Power Plants; Executive Summary

530-SW-88-003
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
ration, Development, and  Production of Crude Oil, Natural
Gas, and Geothermal Energy (Complete Set)

530-SW-88-003A
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
ration, Development, and  Production of Crude Oil, Natural
Gas, and Geothermal Energy; Volume 1: Oil and Gas

530-SW-88-003B
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
ration, Development, and  Production of Crude Oil, Natural
Gas, and Geothermal Energy; Volume 2: Geothermal Energy

530-SW-88-003C
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
ration, Development, and  Production of Crude Oil, Natural
Gas, and Geothermal Energy; Volume 3: Appendices

530-SW-88-003D
Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
ration, Development, and  Production of Crude Oil, Natural
Gas, and Geothermal Energy; Executive Summaries

530-SW-88-004
Rules for Hazardous Waste Tank Systems

530-SW-88-007
Report to Congress: EPA Activities and  Accomplishments
Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Fourth
Quarter Fiscal Year 1986 Through Fiscal Year 1987

530-SW-88-011
Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
States; Volume I

530-SW-88-011A
Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
States; Executive Summary

530-SW-88-011B
Report to Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
States; Volume I!

530-SW-88-012
Land Disposal Restrictions Summary; Volume II: California
List Wastes
530-SW-88-013
Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR Part
268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste Volumes and
Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recycling Capacity,
and Available Treatment and Recycling

530-SW-88-014
Household Hazardous Waste:  Bibliography of Useful Refer-
ences and List of State Experts

530-SW-88-015
Rat Oral Subchronic Toxicity Study;  Final  Report; Com-
pound: Isobutyl Alcohol

530-SW-88-016A
Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats lest Materials:
Pyridine; Volume I

530-SW-88-016B
Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral Toxicity in Rats Test Materials:
Pyridine; Volume II

530-SW-88-017A
Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-letrachlorophenol Adminis-
tered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Final
Report

530-SW-88-017B
Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Adminis-
tered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Final
Report; Appendices I-IX

530-SW-88-018
Hazardous Waste Incineration:  Questions and Answers

530-SW-88-019
Compilation of Persons Who Design, Test, Inspect,  and  In-
stall Storage Tank Systems

530-SW-88-020
Corrective Measures for Releases to Groundwater from Solid
Waste Management Units; Draft Final Report

530-SW-88-021
Technical Guidance for Corrective Measures: Determining
Appropriate  Technology  and  Response  for Air Releases;
Draft Final Report

530-SW-88-022
Corrective Measures for Releases to Soil from Solid Waste
Management Units; Draft Final Report

530-SW-88-023
Technical Guidance for  Corrective  Measures: Subsurface
Gas

530-SW-88-024
Permitting Hazardous Waste Incinerators

530-SW-8 8-025
Subchronic Toxicity of Para-Cresol  in Sprague Dawley Rats;
MBA Chemical No. 25
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Subchronic Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats

530-SW-88-027
Subchronic Toxicity of Ortho-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats

530-SW-88-028
RCRA Corrective Action Plan; Interim Final

530-SW-88-029
RCRA Corrective Action Interim Measures Guidance; Interim
Final

530-SW-88-030
Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40
CFR 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:  First
Third  Waste Volumes, Characteristics,  and Required  and
Availability Treatment Capacity; Part II

530-SW-88-030A
Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40
CFR 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:  First
Third  Waste Volumes, Characteristics,  and Required  and
Availability Treatment Capacity; Part I

530-SW-88-031
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Documents for First Third Wastes; Final Rule (Complete Set)

530-SW-88-031A
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K015 (Final)

530-SW-88-031B
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K016, K018, K019, K020, and K030  (Final)

530-SW-88-031C
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K048, K049, K050, K051, and K052 (Final)

530-SW-88-031D
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K061 (Final)

530-SW-88-031E
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K062 (Final)

530-SW-88-031F
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K071 (Final)

530-SW-88-031G
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K103 and K104  (Final)

530-SW-88-031H
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K024 (Final)
                                        530-SW-88-031I
                                        Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
                                        Document for K037 (Final)

                                        530-SW-88-031J
                                        Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
                                        Document for K046 Nonreactive Subcategory (Final)

                                        530-SW-88-031K
                                        Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                                        ground Document for K101 and K102 Low Arsenic Subcate-
                                        gory (Final)

                                        530-SW-88-031L
                                        Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                                        ground Document for F006 (Final)

                                        530-SW-88-031M
                                        Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                                        ground Document for K087 (Final)

                                        530-SW-8 8-031N
                                        Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                                        ground Document for K086 Solvent Wash  (Final)

                                        530-SW-88-031O
                                        Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                                        ground Document for K001 (Final)

                                        530-SW-88-031Q
                                        Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                                        ground Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final)

                                        530-SW-88-031R
                                        Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                                        ground Document for F001-F005 Spent  Solvents; Amend-
                                        ment to Volumes 1 and 2 (Final)

                                        530-SW-88-031S
                                        Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
                                        ground Document for K099 (Final)

                                        530-SW-88-034
                                        National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill Facilities

                                        530-SW-88-035
                                        Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening Survey of Hazardous
                                        Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities

                                        530-SW-8 8-036
                                        Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Location Restric-
                                        tions (Subpart B); Draft Background Document

                                        530-SW-88-037
                                        Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Operating Crite-
                                        ria (Subpart C);  Draft Background Document

                                        530-SW-88-038
                                        Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Summary of Data
                                        on Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Leachate Characteristics
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 Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Updated Review
 of Selected Provisions of Solid Waste Regulations

 530-SW-88-040
 Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Case Studies on
 Groundwater and Surface Water Contamination from Munici-
 pal Solid Waste Landfills

 530-SW-88-041
 Criteria for  Municipal  Solid Waste Landfills: Closure and
 Post-Closure Care and  Financial  Responsibility  Require-
 ments (Subpart  C, Sections  258.30-258.32); Draft  Back-
 ground Document

 530-SW-88-042
 Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Criteria
 (Subpart D); Draft Background Document

 530-SW-88-043
 Criteria for  Municipal  Solid Waste Landfills: Groundwater
 Monitoring and Corrective Action (Subpart E)

 530-SW-88-044
 Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal Facilities
 and Practices; Notification  Requirements for Industrial Solid
 Waste Disposal Facilities(40 CFR Part 257) (Draft)

 530-SW-88-046
 Background Documentation for  Minimum Content Stand-
 ards

 530-SW-88-047
 Used Oil Recycling  (Winter 1988)

 530-SW-88-049
 Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40
 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: First Third
 Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and Availabil-
 ity Treatment Capacity

 530-SW-88-054A
 Solid Waste Dilemma:  An  Agenda for Action; Background
 Document

 530-SW-88-054B
 Solid Waste Dilemma:  An  Agenda for Action; Background
 Document; Appendices  A-C

 530-SW-88-055
 Infectious Waste (40 CFR 250.  14); Identification  and Listing
 of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001

 530-SW-88-056
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  1988 (Complete
Set)

530-SW-88-056A
 RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1988

530-SW-88-056B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1988
530-SW-88-056C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1988

530-SW-88-056D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1988

530-SW-88-056E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1988

530-SW-88-056F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1988

530-SW-88-056G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1988

530-SW-88-056H
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1988

530-SW-88-056I
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1988

530-SW-88-056J
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1988

530-SW-88-056K
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1988

530-SW-88-056L
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1988

530-SW-89-003
Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Tank
Standards

530-SW-89-004
Environmental Fact Sheet: Amendment to Requirements for
Hazardous Waste Incinerator Permits

530-SW-89-005
Hazardous Waste from Discarding of Commercial Chemical
Products and the Containers and Spill Residues Thereof (40
CFR 261.33); Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001

530-SW-89-006
Used Oil Recycling (Fall 1988)

530-SW-89-007
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Delay of Closure Period for Haz-
ardous Waste Facilities

530-SW-89-008
Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988

530-SW-89-010
Chemical, Physical, and Biological Properties of Compounds
Present at Hazardous Waste Sites (Final Report)

530-SW-89-011
National Criteria for a Quality Hazardous Waste Management
Program
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530-SW-89-014
Recycling Works!  State and Local Solutions to Solid Waste
Management Problems

530-SW-89-015A
Characterization of Products Containing Lead and Cadmium
in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000

530-SW-89-015B
Characterization of Products Containing Lead and Cadmium
in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000;
Executive Summary and Chapter 1: Lead and Cadmium in
Municipal Solid Waste; Overview and Summary

530-SW-89-015C
Characterization of Products Containing Lead and Cadmium
in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000;
Executive Summary

530-SW-89-019
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action (Final Report of
the Municipal Waste Task Force)

530-SW-89-020
Tracking Medical Wastes (Brochure)

530-SW-89-021
Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
Federal Program for Generators

530-SW-89-022
Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
Federal Program for Transporters

530-SW-89-023
Managing and Tracking Medical Wastes:  A Guide to the
Federal Program  for Treatment, Destruction, and Disposal
Facilities

530-SW-89-026
Statistical Analysis of Groundwater Monitoring Data at RCRA
Facilities;  Interim Final Guidance

530-SW-89-027
Trial Burn Observation Guide

530-SW-89-028
Environmental  Fact Sheet: Changes to Interim Status Facili-
ties; Modifications to Hazardous Waste Permits; Procedures
for Post-Closure Permitting

530-SW-89-031
RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance; Interim Final; Vol-
ume I:  Development of an RFI Work Plan and General Con-
siderations for RCRA Facility Investigations; \folume II: Soil,
Groundwater, and Subsurface Gas Releases; Volume III:  Air
and  Surface Water Releases; Volume  IV:   Case Study
Examples
                                        530-SW-89-033A
                                        Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial Report of Hazardous
                                        Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
                                        cilities Regulated Under RCRA; Volume I:  Summary

                                        530-SW-89-033B
                                        Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial Report of Hazardous
                                        Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
                                        cilities Regulated Under RCRA; Volume II: Methodology and
                                        Data

                                        530-SW-89-033C
                                        Environmental Fact Sheet: Nineteen Eighty-Five National Bi-
                                        ennial Report of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
                                        ment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities

                                        530-SW-89-034
                                        Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
                                        40 CFR 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions;  Proposed  Rule:
                                        Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
                                        and Availability Treatment Capacity

                                        530-SW-89-035A
                                        Summary Report of Capacity at Commercial Facilities;
                                        Volume I

                                        530-SW-89-035B
                                        Summary Report of Capacity at Commercial Facilities; Vol-
                                        ume II
                                        530-SW-89-036A
                                        Summary Report of Capacity at Limited Commercial and
                                        Company Captive Facilities; Draft; Volume I

                                        530-SW-89-036B
                                        Summary Report of Capacity at Limited Commercial and
                                        Company Captive Facilities; Draft; Volume II

                                        530-SW-89-038
                                        Yard Waste Composting: A Study of Eight Programs

                                        530-SW-89-039A
                                        How to Set Up a Local Program to Recycle Used Oil

                                        530-SW-89-039B
                                        Recycling Used Oil: What Can You Do?

                                        530-SW-89-039C
                                        Recycling Used Oil: 10 Steps to Change Your Oil

                                        530-SW-89-039D
                                        Recycling Used Oil: For Service Stations and Other Vehicle-
                                        Service Facilities

                                        530-SW-89-040
                                        Report to  Congress: Management of Hazardous Wastes
                                        from  Educational Institutions

                                        530-SW-89-040A
                                        Report to  Congress: Management of Hazardous Wastes
                                        from  Educational Institutions; Executive Summary
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530-SW-89-042A
Summary of the First National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Collection Programs

530-SW-89-042B
Summary of the Second National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management

530-SW-89-042C
Summary of the Third  National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management

530-SW-89-042D
Proceedings of the Fourth National Conference on House-
hold Hazardous Waste Management

530-SW-89-043
RCRA Liability Coverage for Bodily Injury and Property Dam-
age Survey Results

530-SW-89-044
Environmental  Fact Sheet:  No Land Disposal  Standards
Amendment

530-SW-89-045
Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Toxicity Characteristic Rule Final-
ized

530-SW-89-046
Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Land Disposal Restrictions - Sec-
ond Third (Final)

530-SW-89-047
Technical Guidance Document: Final  Covers on Hazardous
Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments

530-SW-89-048
Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT) Back-
ground Documents for  Second Third Wastes;  Final  Rule
(Complete Set)

530-SW-89-048A
Treatment  Technology  Background  Document;  Second
Third; Final

530-SW-89-048B
Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated Available
Technology (BOAT) Treatment Standards

530-SW-89-048C
Response to Comments Background Document for the Sec-
ond Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 3:  Policy Related Comments

530-SW-89-048D
Response to Comments Background Document for the Sec-
ond Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1:  Treatment Standards Related Comments
530-SW-89-048E
Response to Comments Background Document for the Sec-
ond Third  Land Disposal  Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 2: Capacity Related Comments

530-SW-89-048G
Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Organophosphorus Wastes,  K038-
K040, and Various P and U Codes (Final)

530-SW-89-048H
Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Phthalate Wastes, K023, K093, K094,
and Various P and U Codes (Final)

530-SW-89-048I
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K009 and K010 (Final)

530-SW-89-048J
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K011, K013,and K014 (Final)

530-SW-89-048K
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Cyanide Wastes (F006, F007-F012, F019,  and
Various P and U Codes) (Final)

530-SW-89-048L
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K043 (Final)

530-SW-89-048M
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlorinated Ali-
phatic Hydrocarbons, F024 (Final)

530-SW-89-048N
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-Trichlo-
roethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096 (Final)

530-SW-89-048O
Best  Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Dinitro-
toluene, Toluenediamine, and Toluene Diisocyanate, K027
K111-K116, U221,  and U223  (Final)

530-SW-89-049
Waste Minimization in Metals Parts Cleaning

530-SW-89-050
Modifying RCRA Permits

530-SW-89-051
Report to Congress: Methods to Manage and Control Plas-
tic Wastes

530-SW-89-051A
Report to Congress: Methods to Manage and Control Plas-
tic Wastes; Executive Summary
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530-SW-89-052
Environmental Fact Sheet: Delisting Regulation Amendment
530-SW-89-055
Bibliography of Municipal Solid Waste Management Alterna-
tives
530-SW-89-057A
Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Second
Third Waste Volumes,  Characteristics, and Required and
Availability Treatment Capacity; Volume I
530-SW-89-057B
Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: Second
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and  Required and
Availability Treatment Capacity; Volume II
530-SW-89-058
Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
530-SW-89-061
Analysis  of U.S.  Municipal Waste Combustion  Operating
Practices
530-SW-89-062
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Final Rule to Eliminate Mineral
Processing Wastes from the Bevill Amendment
530-SW-89-064
Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Notification of Groundwater
Monitoring Policy for Delisting Petitions
530-SW-89-066
Promoting  Source Reduction and  Recyclability  in the Mar-
ketplace
530-SW-89-067
Measurements of  Particulates, Metals, and Organics at a
Hazardous Waste Incinerator
530-SW-89-068
RCRA Inspection Manual
530-SW-89-069
Technical Guidance Document:  Fabrication  of Polyethylene
FML Field Seams
530-SW-89-072
Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management
530-SW-89-073
Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management (Promo-
tional Brochure)
530-SW-89-074
Municipal Waste Combustion  Ash and Leachate Charac-
terization; Monofill Baseline Year; Woodburn  Monofill; Wood-
burn, Oregon
                                       530-SW-89-075
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1989 (Complete
                                       Set)
                                       530-SW-89-075A
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075B
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075C
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075D
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075E
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075F
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075G
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075H
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075I
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075J
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075K
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1989
                                       530-SW-89-075L
                                       RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1989
                                       530-SW-90-001
                                       Office Paper Recycling: An Implementation Manual
                                       530-SW-90-002
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet: America's War on Waste
                                       530-SW-90-003
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Application of Land Disposal Re-
                                       strictions to CERCLA Remedial Actions
                                       530-SW-90-005
                                       Let's Reduce and Recycle: A Curriculum for Solid  Waste
                                       Awareness
                                       530-SW-90-008
                                       Performance Test on a Spray Dryer, Fabric Filter, and  Wet
                                       Scrubber; Draft Test  Report
                                       530-SW-90-009
                                       Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric Tests
                                       for Particulate,  Metals, and HCI Emissions; John Zink Com-
                                       pany Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft Test Report
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530-SW-90-010
Ride the Wave of the Future: Recycle Today! (Poster)
530-SW-90-013
Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Rule to Identify the Status of
Twenty Mineral Processing Wastes Conditionally Retained
Within the Bevill Amendment
530-SW-90-014A
Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Professional Brochure)
530-SW-90-014B
Disposal Tips for Home Health Care (Patient Flyer)
530-SW-90-015
Environmental Fact Sheet: Tighter Controls  Proposed for
Hazardous Waste Incinerators
530-SW-90-016
Guidance on the Definition and Identification of Commercial
Mixed Low-Level Radioactive and Hazardous Waste and An-
swers to Anticipated Questions
530-SW-90-017A
Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics:  The Facts About Pro-
duction, Use, and Disposal
530-SW-90-017B
Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts About Plastics in the
Marine Environment
530-SW-90-017C
Environmental Fact Sheet: Plastics:  The Facts on Source
Reduction
530-SW-90-017D
Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on Degradable Plas-
tics
530-SW-90-017E
Environmental Fact Sheet: The Facts on Recycling Plastics
530-SW-90-018
Reusable News (Winter 1990)
530-SW-90-019
Sites for our Solid Waste: A Guidebook for Effective Public
Involvement
530-SW-90-020
Siting our Solid Waste:   Making Public Involvement Work
(Brochure)
530-SW-90-021
Report on Minimum Criteria to Assure Data Quality
530-SW-90-023
School Recycling Programs: A Handbook for Educators
530-SW-90-024
Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin: Recycle and Combat a
Life of Grime (Comic Book)
530-SW-90-025
Recycle Today! Educational Materials for Grades K-12  (Bro-
chure)
530-SW-90-026
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Hazardous Waste Management
System; Final Codification Rule Correction
530-SW-90-027
Does Your Business Produce Hazardous Waste?  Many
Small Businesses Do
530-SW-90-027A
Vehicle Maintenance
530-SW-90-027B
Drycleaning and Laundry
530-SW-90-027C
Furniture/Wood Manufacturing and Refinishing
530-SW-90-027D
Equipment Repair
530-SW-90-027E
Textile Manufacturing
530-SW-90-027F
Wood Preserving
530-SW-90-027G
Printing and Allied Industries
530-SW-90-027H
Chemical Manufacturers
530-SW-90-027I
Pesticide End-Users/Application Services
530-SW-90-027J
Construction
530-SW-90-027K
Motor Freight Terminals/Railroad Transport
530-SW-90-027L
Educational and Vocational Shops
530-SW-90-027M
Laboratories
530-SW-90-027N
Metal Manufacturing
530-SW-90-027O
Paper Industry
530-SW-90-027P
Formulators
530-SW-90-027Q
Cleaning and Cosmetics
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530-SW-90-027R
Leather Products Manufacturing

530-SW-90-027S
Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest Instructions

530-SW-90-028
The New Toxicity Characteristic Rule: Information and Tips
for Generators

530-SW-90-029A
Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash, Ash
Extracts, and Leachates

530-SW-90-029B
Characterization of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash, Ash
Extracts, and Leachates; Executive Summary

530-SW-90-029C
Environmental Fact  Sheet:   Report  Analyzes Municipal
Waste Combustion Ash, Ash Extracts, and Leachates

530-SW-90-030
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Proposes Modifications to
the Definition of Wastewater Treatment Unit

530-SW-90-033
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete Set)

530-SW-90-033A
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume I:  Executive Sum-
mary, Chapter 1, Chapter 2

530-SW-90-033B
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume II:  Chapter 3

530-SW-90-033C
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume III:  Chapter 4, Ap-
pendices

530-SW-90-036
RCRA Orientation Manual: 1990 Edition

530-SW-90-039
Reusable News (Spring  1990)

530-SW-90-042
Characterization of Municipal  Solid Waste  in  the United
States: 1990 Update
                                       530-SW-90-042A
                                       Characterization  of Municipal Solid  Waste in the United
                                       States: 1990 Update; Executive Summary

                                       530-SW-90-042B
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet:  About the Municipal Solid Waste
                                       Stream...

                                       530-SW-90-043
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet:  Listing of Wastes from Primary
                                       Treatment of Oily Wastewaters

                                       530-SW-90-044
                                       Waste Minimization: Environmental Quality with Economic
                                       Benefits

                                       530-SW-90-045
                                       No Migration Variances to the Hazardous Waste Land Dis-
                                       posal Prohibitions; A Guidance Manual for Petitioners

                                       530-SW-90-046
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet:  Final Rule for Third Third Sched-
                                       uled Wastes Completes Statutory Requirements for  Land
                                       Disposal Restrictions

                                       530-SW-90-047
                                       Charging  Households for  Waste  Collection and Disposal:
                                       The Effects of Weight or Volume-Based  Pricing on  Solid
                                       Waste Management

                                       530-SW-90-048
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet:  Milestone! Fifth Rulemaking  Fi-
                                       nalizes Land Disposal Restrictions

                                       530-SW-90-049
                                       Model RCRA Permit for Hazardous Waste Management Fa-
                                       cilities

                                       530-SW-90-050
                                       RCRA Permit Quality Protocol; Draft

                                       530-SW-90-051A
                                       Medical Waste Management in the United States:  First  In-
                                       terim Report to Congress

                                       530-SW-90-051B
                                       Medical Waste Management in the United States:  First  In-
                                       terim Report to Congress; Executive Summary

                                       530-SW-90-055
                                       Reusable News (Summer 1990)

                                       530-SW-90-056
                                       Reusable News (Fall 1990)

                                       530-SW-90-057
                                       Low-Level  Mixed Waste:   A RCRA  Perspective for  NRC
                                       Licensees
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530-SW-90-059
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Documents for Third  Third Wastes; Final  Rule (First Part of
Complete Set)

530-SW-90-059A
Best Demonstrated A/ailable Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K031, K084, K101, K102, Characteristic Arsenic
Wastes (D004), Characteristic Selenium Wastes (D010), and P
and U Wastes Containing Arsenic and Selenium Listing Con-
stituents (Final)

530-SW-90-059B
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Characteristic Ignitable Wastes (D001), Charac-
teristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Characteristic Reactive Wastes
(D003), and P and U Wastes Containing  Reactive Listing Con-
stituents (Final)

530-SW-90-059C
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K001 (Addendum) and U051 (Creosote) (Final)

530-SW-90-059D
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for K015; Addendum  (Final)

530-SW-90-059E
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for K073 (Final)

530-SW-90-059F
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for K021 (Final)

530-SW-90-059G
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for  K086 (Ink Formulation Equipment
Cleaning Wastes); Addendum  (Final)

530-SW-90-059H
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for K060 (Final)

530-SW-90-059I
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for K061; Addendum  (Final)

530-SW-90-059J
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT) Back-
ground Document for K046; Addendum  (Final)

530-SW-90-059K
Memorandum to  Monica  Chatmon-McEaddy of  Office of
Solid Waste Regarding Final Treatment  Standards for K069
Nonwastewaters  in the  Calcium  Sulfate/Sodium Subcate-
gory and Wastewater Forms of K069
530-SW-90-059L
Memorandum to Monica Chatmon-McEaddy of Office of
Solid Waste Regarding Final Treatment Standards for Non-
wastewater and Wastewater Forms of K100

530-SW-90-059M
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for F006; Addendum  (Final)

530-SW-90-059N
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Cyanide Wastes; Addendum for F019 (Final)

530-SW-90-059O
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K011, K013,and K014; Addendum for Acrylonitrile
Wastes (Final)

530-SW-90-059P
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for F002 (1,1,2-Trichloroethane) and F005  (Ben-
zene, 2-Ethoxyethanol, and 2-Nitropropane); Amendment (Fi-
nal)

530-SW-90-059Q
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009, K106, P065,
P092,andU151) (Rnal)

530-SW-90-059R
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for P and U Thallium Wastes (Final)

530-SW-90-059S
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Vanadium-Containing Wastes Pfl9 and P120 (Fi-
nal)

530-SW-90-059T
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Barium Wastes D005 and P013 (Final)

530-SW-90-059U
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for D006 Cadmium Wastes  (Final)

530-SW-90-059V
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Chromium Wastes D007 and U032 (Final)

530-SW-90-059W
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for D008 and P and U Lead Wastes (Final)

530-SW-90-059X
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Silver-Containing Wastes D011, P099, P104 (Final)
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530-SW-90-059Y
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Inorganic Pigment Wastes, K002-K008
(Final)

530-SW-90-059Z
Treatment Technology Background Document; Third  Third;
Final

530-SW-90-060
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Documents for Third Third Wastes; Final Rule (Sec-
ond Part of Complete Set)

530-SW-90-060A
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlorin-
ated Aliphatics F025 (Final)

530-SW-90-060B
Memorandum to the Docket Regarding  Final  Treatment
Standards  for Nonwastewater and  Wastewater Forms  of
K044, K045, and K047

530-SW-90-060C
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume D:  Reactive U and P Wastewaters and Non-
wastewaters

530-SW-90-060D
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground  Document  for Wastes  from  the Production  of
Epichlorohydrin, K017 (Final)

530-SW-90-060E
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Wastes from the Production of 1,1,1-
Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096; Amendment
(Final)

530-SW-90-060F
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume A:  Wastewater Forms of Organic U and P
Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039) for which there are
Concentration-Based Treatment Standards

530-SW-90-060G
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume B:   U and P Wastewaters and  Nonwaste-
waters with Methods of Treatment as Treatment Standards

530-SW-90-060H
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume C:  Nonwastewater Forms of Organic  U and
P Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039) for which there
are Concentration-Based Treatment Standards
530-SW-90-060I
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT Background
Document for K022; Amendment  (Final)

530-SW-90-060J
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Ani-
line, K083 (Final)

530-SW-90-060K
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Nitro-
benzene by the Nitration of Benzene, K025 (Final)

530-SW-90-060L
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Stripping Still Tails from the Production of Methyl
Ethyl Pyridine, K026 (Final)

530-SW-90-060M
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Wastewater Treatment Sludges Generated in the
Production of Creosote K035  (Final)

530-SW-90-060N
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Organophosphorus Wastes,  K036  Nonwaste-
waters; Amendment (Final)

530-SW-90-060O
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K037; Amendment (Final)

530-SW-90-060P
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for  Halogenated Pesticide and  Chlorobenzene
Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085, K097 K098, K105, and
D012-D017) (Final)

530-SW-90-060Q
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlorinated Ali-
phatic Hydrocarbons, F024; Amendment (Final)

530-SW-90-060R
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K048, K049, K050, K051, and K052; Amendment
(Final)

530-SW-90-060S
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate (F039),
Volume E: U and P Gaseous Wastes

530-SW-90-061
Response to  Comments  Background Document for the
Third  Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; \to\-
ume 1: BOAT Related Comments (Complete Set)
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530-SW-90-061A
Response to Comments Background Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-A-1:  BOAT Related Comments; General BOAT Issues

530-SW-90-061B
Response to Comments Background Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-A-2:  BOAT Related Comments; General BOAT Issues

530-SW-90-061C
Response to Comments Background Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-A-3:  BOAT Related Comments; General BOAT Issues

530-SW-90-061D
Response to Comments Background Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-B: BOAT Related Comments; D001: Characteristic Ig-
nitable Wastes

530-SW-90-061E
Response to Comments Background Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-C:   BOAT Related Comments; D002:  Characteristic
Corrosive Wastes

530-SW-90-061F
Response to Comments Background Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-D:  BOAT  Related Comments; D003:  Characteristic
Reactive Wastes and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
Listing Constituents

530-SW-90-061G
Response to Comments Background Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-E:  BOAT Related  Comments; D004:  Characteristic
Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Containing Arse-
nic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes for Selenium

530-SW-90-061H
Response to Comments Background Document  for the
Third Third Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-F:  BOAT Related Comments; D005:  Characteristic
Wastes for  Barium and P013;  and D006:   Characteristic
Wastes for Cadmium

530-SW-90-061I
Response to Comments Background  Document  for the
Third Third  Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-G:  BOAT  Related Comments; D007: Characteristic
Wastes for Chromium

530-SW-90-061J
Response to  Comments Background Document  for the
Third Third  Land  Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-H:  BOAT Related  Comments; D008: Characteristic
Wastes for Lead and P and U Wastes Containing Lead
530-SW-90-061K
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule;  Vol-
ume  1-1: BOAT Related  Comments;  D009:  Characteristic
Wastes for Mercury and  P and  U Wastes Containing Mer-
cury; K045, K046, and K047: Wastes from the Manufacturing
and  Processing of Explosives; D011: Characteristic Wastes
for Silver; P119, P120: Vanadium Containing Wastes; and P
and U Wastes Containing Thallium

530-SW-90-061L
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule; Vol-
ume 1-J: BOAT Related Comments; Mixed Radioactive Hazard-
ous  Wastes;  Polynuclear  Aromatic U Wastes;  Halogenated
Aliphatic U Wastes; Non-Halogenated Aromatic U Wastes;
F002-F005:  Solvents; F006:   Electroplating Wastewater
Treatment Sludges; and F019: Aluminum Conversion Coat-
ing Treatment Sludges

530-SW-90-061M
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule; \fol-
ume1-K: BOAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes from the
Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008:  Inorganic
Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015;  Still Bot-
toms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater Treatment
Sludges from Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of
Lead-Based Initiating Compounds; K061:  Electric Arc Fur-
nace Dust; and K069:  Emission Control Dust/Sludge from
Secondary Lead Smelting

530-SW-90-061N
Response  to Comments  Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule; Vol-
ume 1-L: BOAT Related Comments; K071 and K106: Mer-
cury Cell  Process  Wastes;  K086:   Residues  from  Ink
Production Wastes Containing Cyanide

530-SW-90-061O
Response  to Comments  Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule; Vol-
ume 1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes from the
Production  of  Epichlorohydrin;  K028, K029, K095, and
K096:   Production  of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane   Wastewaters
Containing BOAT Constituents; K022:  Wastes from the Pro-
duction of Phenol/Acetone; K025: Distillation Bottoms from
the Production  of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater  Treat-
ment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026:  Strip-
ping Still  Tails from  the  Production of Methyl  Ethyl
Pyridine; K083: Distillation Bottoms from the Production
of Aniline Oxygenated  Hydrocarbons and Heterocyclic U
and P Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated  Aliphatic
Hydrocarbons
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Response to Comments Background Document for the Third
Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Volume 1-N:
BOAT Related Comments; Halogenated Organic, Pharmaceuti-
cal, Brominated Organic, Organo-Sulfur Compounds, and Or-
gano-Nitrogen Compound Wastes; and Halogenated Pesticide
and Chlorobenzene,  Halogenated Phenolic,  and Phenolic
Wastes

530-SW-90-061Q
Response to Comments Background Document for the Third
Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Volume 1-O:
BOAT Related Comments; K048-K052: Petroleum Refining In-
dustry Wastes; K036: Organophosphorous Wastes (Nonwaste-
waters);  K037:  Wastewater  Treatment Sludges from  the
Production of Disulfoton

530-SW-90-061R
Response to  Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-P:  BOAT Related Comments; Leachates

530-SW-90-061S
Response to  Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-Q:  BOAT Related Comments; Gases

530-SW-90-062
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40  CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; (Complete Set)

530-SW-90-062A
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40  CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume I: Executive Sum-
mary, Chapter 1 and Chapter 2

530-SW-90-062B
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40  CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume II: Chapter 3

530-SW-90-062C
Background  Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40  CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume III:  Chapter 4 and
Appendix A - Appendix I

530-SW-90-062D
Background  Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40  CFR  Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume IV:  Chapter 4 and
Appendix J - Appendix M
530-SW-90-063
Response to Comments  Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 2: Capacity Related Comments (Complete Set)

530-SW-90-063A
Response to Comments  Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; \fol-
ume 2-1: Capacity Related Comments

530-SW-90-063B
Response to Comments  Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 2-2: Capacity Related Comments

530-SW-90-063C
Response to Comments  Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; \fol-
ume 2-3: Capacity Related Comments

530-SW-90-064
Response to Comments  Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 3: Policy Related Comments

530-SW-90-067
Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Rulemaking on Correc-
tive Action for Solid Waste Management Units at Hazardous
Waste Management Facilities

530-SW-90-068
Used Oil Recycling  (Fall 1990)

530-SW-90-069
The Nation's Hazardous Waste Management Program at a
Crossroads:  The RCRA Implementation Study

530-SW-90-070A
Environmental Fact Sheet: Agency Releases Report to Con-
gress on Special Wastes from Mineral Processing

530-SW-90-070B
Report to Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral  Proc-
essing: Summary and Findings

530-SW-90-070C
Report to Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral  Proc-
essing: Summary and Findings; Methods and Analyses; Ap-
pendices

530-SW-90-074A
Markets for Scrap Tires

530-SW-90-074B
Summary of Markets for Scrap  Tires

530-SW-90-076
Mobile Incineration: An Analysis of the Industry

530-SW-90-078
Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set
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530-SW-90-079
Native American Network: A RCRA Information Exchange
530-SW-90-080
Technical Background Document and Response to Com-
ments: Method 1311 - Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Proce-
dure
530-SW-90-081
Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed Rulemaking on
Corrective Action for Solid Waste Management Units
530-SW-90-082
Recycling in Federal Agencies
530-SW-90-083
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Coke Wastes Proposed as Haz-
ardous
530-SW-90-084A
Variable Rates in Solid Waste:  Handbook for Solid Waste Of-
ficials; Volume I:  Executive Summary
530-SW-90-084B
Variable Rates in Solid Waste:  Handbook for Solid Waste Of-
ficials; Volume II: Detailed Manual
530-SW-90-085
Corrective Measures for Releases to Surface Waters, Draft Fi-
nal Report
530-SW-90-086
Technical Evaluation of the  Combustion System  of the Ma-
rine Shale Processors, Inc. Facility in Amelia, Louisiana
530-SW-90-087A
Medical Waste Management in the United States:  Second
Interim Report to Congress
530-SW-90-087B
Medical Waste Management in the United States:  Second
Interim Report to Congress;  Executive Summary
530-SW-90-088
Toxicity Characteristic Regulatory Impact Analysis
530-SW-90-089
Handle with Care:  How to Throw Out Used Insulin Syringes
and Lancets at Home; A Booklet for Young People with Dia-
betes and their Families

530-SW-90-090
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1990  (Complete
Set)
530-SW-90-090A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1990

530-SW-90-090B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1990
530-SW-90-090C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1990
530-SW-90-090D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1990
530-SW-90-090E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1990
530-SW-90-090F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1990
530-SW-90-090G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1990
530-SW-90-090H
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1990
530-SW-90-090I
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1990
530-SW-90-090J
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1990
530-SW-90-090K
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1990
530-SW-90-090L
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1990
530-SW-91-001
Native American Network:  A RCRA Information Exchange
(Issue #2) (Spring 1991)
530-SW-91-002
Native American Network:  A RCRA Information Exchange
(Issue #3) (Summer/Fall 1991)
530-SW-91-004
Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry Scrubber and  Bag-
house Equipped Hazardous Waste Incinerator
530-SW-91-005
Unit Pricing:  Providing an Incentive to Reduce Municipal
Solid Waste
530-SW-91-007
Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposed Revisions to the Subti-
tle C Financial Responsibility Requirements
530-SW-91-008
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Wood Preserving Wastes Listed
as Hazardous
530-SW-91-009
Environmental Fact Sheet: Yard Waste Composting
530-SW-91-010
Methods Manual for Compliance with the BIF  Regulations:
Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces
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530-SW-91-OH
Procurement Guidelines for Government Agencies
530-SW-91-012
New Rule for Wood Preserving Wastes
530-SW-91-014
Environmental Fact Sheet: Hazardous Waste Boilers and In-
dustrial Furnaces Now Under Strict RCRA Regulations
530-SW-91-016
Emissions Testing of a Precalciner Cement Kiln at Louisville,
Nebraska
530-SW-91-017
Emissions Testing of a Wet Cement  Kiln at Hannibal, Mis-
souri; Draft Final Report
530-SW-91-018A
State Authorization Manual; Volume I
530-SW-91-018B
State Authorization Manual; Volume II
530-SW-91-019
Test Method 8290:  Procedures for the Detection and Meas-
urement of PCDDs and PCDFs
530-SW-91-020
Reusable News (Winter 1991)
530-SW-91-021
Reusable News (Spring/Summer 1991)
530-SW-91-022
Reusable News (Fall 1991)
530-SW-91-023
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1992
530-SW-91-025
Environmental Fact Sheet:  SWICH:  EPA's National Solid
Waste Information Clearinghouse
530-SW-91-026
Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA's  Final Conditional No-Mi-
gration Determination for DOE's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
(WIPP)
530-SW-91-028
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Interim Final Rule Suspending
Application of the Toxicity Characteristic for Used Chlo-
rofluorocarbon Refrigerants Being Reclaimed
530-SW-91-029
States' Efforts to Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling
530-SW-91-030
Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Oil and
Gas Exploration and Production Waste Management Prac-
tices, September 10-13, 1990, New Orleans, Louisiana
                                       530-SW-91-033
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Proposal Will List Wastes Gener-
                                       ated during the Manufacture of Chlorinated Toluenes as
                                       Hazardous
                                       530-SW-91-039
                                       RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1988
                                       530-SW-91-040
                                       RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1989
                                       530-SW-91-041
                                       RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1990
                                       530-SW-91-042
                                       RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1991
                                       530-SW-91-043
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
                                       Re-Refined Lubricating Oil
                                       530-SW-91-044
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
                                       Building Insulation Containing Recovered Materials
                                       530-SW-91-045
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
                                       Retread Tires
                                       530-SW-91-046
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing Pa-
                                       per and Paper Products
                                       530-SW-91-047
                                       State Program Advisory Number  Eight
                                       530-SW-91-048
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA  Amends Primary Petroleum
                                       Sludge Listing
                                       530-SW-91-050
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Waste Export and Import Act of
                                       1991
                                       530-SW-91-051
                                       Technical  Guidance Document:  Inspection Techniques for
                                       the Fabrication of Geomembrane Field Seams
                                       530-SW-91-052
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Administrative Stay of Wood Pre-
                                       serving Rule
                                       530-SW-91-053
                                       Environmental Fact Sheet: Agency Determines Final Regula-
                                       tory Status of Special Wastes from Mineral Processing
                                       530-SW-91-054
                                       Technical  Resource Document:  Design, Construction, and
                                       Operation of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste Surface
                                       Impoundments
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530-SW-91-055
Environmental Fact Sheet:  New Treatment Standards Final-
ized for K061 High Zinc Subcategory Wastes

530-SW-91-056
Strawman II: Recommendations for a Regulatory Program
for Mining Wastes and Materials under Subtitle D of the Re-
source Conservation and Recovery Act

530-SW-91-058
Report to the Senate Appropriations Committee: Regulation
of Wood Preserving Wastes

530-SW-91-058A
Report to the Senate Appropriations Committee: Regulation
of Wood Preserving Wastes; Executive Summary

530-SW-91-059
Proceedings of the Fifth National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management, November 5-7 1990, San
Francisco, California

530-SW-91-060
National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
ment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling  Facilities in 1986:
Hazardous Waste Management in RCRA TSDR Units

530-SW-91-061
Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial  RCRA Hazardous
Waste Report

530-SW-91-061A
Nineteen Eighty-Seven National Biennial  RCRA Hazardous
Waste Report; Executive Summary

530-SW-91-062
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium (Complete Set)

530-SW-91-062A
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 1:  User's Guide,
Keyword Index

530-SW-91-062B
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2   (9420. 1980 -
9434. 1990): Hazardous Waste Management System (Part
260) - General, Definitions, Petitions

530-SW-91-062C
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 3  (9441.  1980 -
9441. 1986): Identification and Listing of  Hazardous Waste
(Part 261)-General

530-SW-91-062D
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 4  (9441.  1987 -
9441. 1990): Identification and Listing of  Hazardous Waste
(Part 261)-General
530-SW-91-062E
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 5  (9442. 1980 -
9444. 1986): Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
(Part 261) - Criteria for Identifying Hazardous Waste, Charac-
teristics of Hazardous Waste, Lists of Hazardous Waste

530-SW-91-062F
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 6 (9444. 1987 -
9457  1990):  Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
(Part  261) -  Lists of Hazardous Waste  (Con't.); Generator
Standards (Part 262) - General, Pretransportation, Record-
keeping, Special Conditions, Importing

530-SW-91-062G
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7 (9460. 1980 -
9482. 1990): Transporter Standards (Part 263) - Manifests,
Recordkeeping; Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
(TSDFs) (Parts  264 and 265) - Standards, Preparedness and
Prevention,  Contingency  Plan, Manifests/Recordkeeping,
Closure/Post Closure, Financial  Responsibility; TSDF Techni-
cal Requirements (Parts 264 and 265) - Groundwater Stand-
ards, Management of Containers

530-SW-91-062H
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8 (9483. 1980 -
9489. 1990): TSDF Technical Requirements (Parts 264 and
265)-lanks, Surface Impoundments, Waste Piles, Land Treat-
ment,  Landfills,  Incinerators, Miscellaneous Units

530-SW-91-062I
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 9 (9490. 1980 -
9521.  1990):  Standards for Managing Specific Hazardous
Wastes (Part 266) - Recyclable Materials, Waste Burned for
Energy Recovery; Permitting Policies - Priorities, Corrective
Action, Special  Permitting,  Compliance  and  Enforcement,
Public Participation; Permitting Procedures (Parts 124  and
270) -  General

530-SW-91-062J
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 10 (952 2. 1980 -
9528.  1990):  Permitting Procedures (Parts 124 and 270) - Ap-
plications, Conditions, Changes, Interim Status

530-SW-91-062K
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11  (9530. 1980 -
9581. 1990): Air  Emission Standards; State Authorization (Part
271); Land Disposal Restrictions (Part 268); Waste Minimization;
Subtitle D - Mining Wastes, State Programs, Municipal Waste
Combustion, Household  Hazardous Waste;  RCRA Grant
Funds

530-SW-91-063
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Amendment to the Regulations
for Burning Hazardous  Waste in Boilers and Industrial  Fur-
naces

530-SW-91-064
Environmental Fact Sheet: Coke Ovens Temporarily Exempted
from BIF Rule Provisions
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530-SW-91-065
Mining Sites in the National Priorities List; NPL Site Sum-
mary Reports (Complete Set)

530-SW-91-065A
Mining Sites in the National Priorities List; NPL Site Sum-
mary Reports, Volume I:  Aluminum Company of America
(Vancouver  Smelter),  Anaconda Smelter, Atlas  Asbestos
Mine, Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex, Califor-
nia Gulch, Carson  River, Celtor Chemical Works,  Cherokee
County/Galena Subsite, Cimarron Mining Corporation, Clear
Creek/Central City, Cleveland Mill

530-SW-91-065B
Mining Sites in the  National Priorities List; NPL Site Summary
Reports, Volume II: Commencement Bay Nearshore/Tideflats,
Denver Radium,  Eagle  Mine, East Helena Smelter,  Eastern
Michaud Flats Contamination Area, Glen Ridge/Montclair/V\fest
Orange/US  Radium,  Homestake  Mill,  Iron Mountain Mine,
Johns-Manville Coalinga Asbestos Mill,  Kerr-McGee (Kress
Creek,  Reed-Keppler  Park,  Residential  Areas,  Sewage Treat-
ment Plant)

530-SW-91-065C
Mining Sites in the National Priorities List; NPL Site Sum-
mary  Reports, Volume III:   Kerr-McGee Chemical Corpora-
tion (Soda  Springs Plant), Lincoln Park,  Martin Marietta
Reduction Facility, Midvale Slag  (Valley Materials Slag), Mill-
town Reservoir Sediments, Monsanto Chemical Company,
Monticello Mill Site, Monticello Vicinity Properties, Mouat In-
dustries, Ormet Corporation

530-SW-91-065D
Mining Sites in the National Priorities List; NPL Site Sum-
mary  Reports, Volume IV:   Oronogo-Duenweg Mining Belt,
Palmerton Zinc, Sharon Steel/Midvale Tailings, Silver Bow
Creek/Butte Area Site, Silver  Mountain Mine,  Smuggler
Mountain, St. Louis Airport/Hazel wood Interim/Futura Coat-
ings, Sulphur Bank Mercury Mine, Tar Creek

530-SW-91-065E
Mining Sites in the National Priorities List; NPL Site Summary
Reports, Volume V: Teledyne Wan Chang, Tex-Tin Corporation,
Torch Lake,  United  Nuclear Corporation/Churchrock Site, U.S.
Titanium, Uravan Uranium Mill, Whitewood Creek,  Wayne In-
terim Storage Facility/W.R. Grace

530-SW-91-066
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Municipal Landfill Regulations
Mean Safer Disposal of Solid Waste

530-SW-91-067
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Small Communities and the Mu-
nicipal Landfill Regulations

530-SW-91-069
Subtitle D Industrial Facility Telephone Survey Report (1987)

530-SW-91-070
Subtitle D Municipal Landfill Survey Report (1986)
                                         530-SW-91-071
                                         Used Oil Recycling (Fall 1991)

                                         530-SW-91-072
                                         Environmental Fact Sheet:  EPA to Develop Guidance on the
                                         Use of the Terms "Recycled" and "Recyclable" in Product La-
                                         beling and Advertising

                                         530-SW-91-073A
                                         Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for Munici-
                                         pal Solid Waste Landfills

                                         530-SW-91-073B
                                         Addendum to the Regulatory Impact Analysis  for the Final
                                         Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills

                                         530-SW-91-074
                                         Environmental Fact Sheet:  Modifications Proposed for Wood
                                         Preserving Wastes

                                         530-SW-91-075
                                         National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
                                         ment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling  Facilities in 1986:
                                         Hazardous Waste Generation and Management

                                         530-SW-91-077
                                         Regulatory Determination: Landfills and Surface Impound-
                                         ments Receiving Pulp and Paper Mill Sludge

                                         530-SW-91-078
                                         Test Method 9096: Liquid Release Test (LRT) Procedure

                                         530-SW-91-079
                                         Background  Document for the Liquid Release Test; Single
                                         Laboratory Evaluation and 1988 Collaborative Study

                                         530-SW-91-081
                                         Environmental Fact Sheet:  Treatment Standards Proposed
                                         for 20  Newly Listed Hazardous Wastes and Contaminated
                                         Debris

                                         530-SW-91-082
                                         Environmental  Fact Sheet:  Capacity Assurance Planning
                                         and the 1991 Biennial Report

                                         530-SW-91-084
                                         Environmental Fact Sheet: Final Cover Requirements for Mu-
                                         nicipal Solid Waste Landfills

                                         530-SW-91-085
                                         Reusable News (Winter 1992)

                                         530-SW-91-086
                                         Environmental  Fact Sheet:  EPA Guideline for Purchasing
                                         Cement and Concrete Containing Fly Ash

                                         530-SW-91-087
                                         Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Amends Monitoring Well Re-
                                         quirements for Interim-Status Hazardous Waste  Facilities
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530-SW-91-088
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Releases Final Rule on Lin-
ers and Leak Detection Systems
530-SW-91-093
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  1991 (Complete
Set)
530-SW-91-093A
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1991
530-SW-91-093B
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1991
530-SW-91-093C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1991
530-SW-91-093D
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1991
530-SW-91-093E
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1991
530-SW-91-093F
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1991
530-SW-91-093G
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1991
530-SW-91-093H
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1991
530-SW-91-093I
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1991
530-SW-91-093J
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1991
530-SW-91-093K
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1991
530-SW-91-093L
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1991
530-SW-91-093N
Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991  Monthly Hotline
Reports
530-SW-91-094
Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982 to
December 1991)
530-B-92-003
Compendium of ORD and OSWER Documents Relevant to
RCRA Corrective Action
530-F-92-001
Environmental Fact Sheet:  Clarification on the  Timing for
Retrofitting Surface Impoundments Under the Land Disposal
Restrictions Rule
530-F-92-002
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Interim Final Regula-
tions on the "Mixture" and "Derived-from" Rules
530-F-92-003
Recycle: You Can Make a Ton of Difference (Brochure)
530-F-92-004
RCRA/Superfund/OUST Hotline (Brochure)
530-F-92-005
How to Access the RCRA Information Cnter
530-F-92-006
Environmental Fact Sheet: No Hazardous Waste Listing for
Used Oil That Is Being Disposed
530-F-92-007
Environmental Fact Sheet: Entry into Force of the Basel Con-
vention
530-F-92-008
Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Revised Hazard-
ous Waste Identification Rule
530-F-92-009
Environmental Fact Sheet: Effective Date for Hazardous De-
bris Treatment Standards Extended One Year
530-K-92-003
The Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid Waste
530-N-92-001
Reusable News (Spring 1992)
530-R-92-001
State Programs Advisory Number Nine
530-R-92-002
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT) Back-
ground Document for Quality Assurance/Quality Control Pro-
cedures and Methodology (Final)
530-R-92-003
Compilation  of Current Practices at Land Disposal Facilities:
Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Action Leak-
age Rates, Response Action  Plans, and  Management of Liq-
uids in Landfills
530-R-92-004
Action Leakage Rates for Leak Detection Systems;  Supple-
mental Background Document for the  Final Double Liners
and Leak Detection Systems Rule  for Hazardous Waste
Landfills, Waste Piles, and Surface Impoundments
530-R-92-005
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines  (Complete Set)
530-R-92-005a
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines  — A Scoping Study
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Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines — State Reports
530-R-92-005C
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines — Appendix: State
Reports
530-R-92-007
Directory of Mine Waste Characterization and Drainage Qual-
ity Contacts in \Afestern  Governors' Association  Member
States
530-R-92-008
Projected  Regulatory,  Programmatic & Fiscal Impacts of
EPA's Strawman  II on State Mine Waste  Management Pro-
grams (Complete Set)
530-R-92-008a
Projected  Regulatory, Programmatic, and  Fiscal Impacts of
EPA's Strawman  II on State Mine Waste  Management Pro-
grams; Volume I:  Summary Report
530-R-92-008b
Projected  Regulatory, Programmatic, and  Fiscal Impacts of
EPA's Strawman  II on State Mine Waste  Management Pro-
grams; Nfolume II: State Reports of Western Governors' Asso-
ciation Mine Waste Task Force States
530-R-92-008C
Projected  Regulatory, Programmatic, and  Fiscal Impacts of
EPA's Strawman  II on State Mine Waste  Management Pro-
grams; Volume III: Appendix: State Reports
530-R-92-009
Abstracts of Selected Precious Metal Mines' Permits
530-R-92-010
Preliminary Use and  Substitutes  Analysis of Lead and Cad-
mium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste
530-R-92-OH
Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler and In-
dustrial  Furnace Regulations
530-R-92-012
RCRA Environmental  Indicators; FY 1991 Progress Report
and Implementation Plan for the Future
530-R-92-013
Characterization of Products Containing Mercury in Munici-
pal Solid Waste in the United States. 1970 to 2000
530-R-92-014
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Reports, 1992 (Complete
Set)
530-R-92-014a
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1992
530-R-92-014b
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1992
530-R-92-014C
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, March 1992
530-R-92-014d
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1992
530-R-92-014e
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1992
530-R-92-016
Proceedings of the Sixth National  United States Environ-
mental Protection Agency Conference on Household Haz-
ardous Waste Management (Seattle, Washington, December
3-7 1991)
530-R-92-017
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1993
530-R-92-018
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium  Update Package; Revi-
sion I
530-S-92-013
Characterization of Products Containing Mercury in Munici-
pal Solid Waste in the  United States, 1970 to 2000: Executive
Summary
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PB253 406/3
Second  Report  to Congress:  Resource  Recovery  and
Source Reduction (EPA/SW-353)

PB255 139/8
First Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Source
Reduction (EPA/SW-352)

PB256 460/7
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Further Assistance (EPA/SW-470)

PB256 461/5
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Financing (EPA/SW-471)

PB259 139/4
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Interim Report (EPA/SW-480)

PB259 140/2
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Procurement (EPA/SW-495)

PB259 141/0
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Marketing (EPA/SW-499)

PB259 142/8
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Risks and Contracts (EPA/SW-496)

PB259 143/6
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Accounting Format (EPA/SW-493)

PB259 144/4
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials: Technologies (EPA/SW-550)

PB260 654/9
Source Separation: The Community Awareness Program in
Somerville and Marblehead, Massachusetts (EPA/SW-551)

PB81-158 297
Source Separation Collection and Processing Equipment; A
User's Guide (EPA/SW-842)
PB81-181 372
Standards for Preparedness and  Prevention (40 CFR 264
and 265, Subpart C); Standards for Contingency Plan and
Emergency Procedures (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart D);
Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-181 380
Standards for Personnel Training (40 CFR 264. 16); Interim
Status Standards for Personnel Training (40 CFR 265. 16);
Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-181 398
Standards for  Security (40 CFR 264.  14);  Interim Status
Standards for Security (40 CFR 265. 14); Standards Applica-
ble  to Owners and  Operators of Hazardous Waste Treat-
ment, Storage,  and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle
C, Section 3004

PB81-181 406
General Waste Analysis (40 CFR 264.  13);  Interim Status
Standards for  General Waste Analysis (40 CFR 265. 13);
Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-181 414
General Issues Concerning Interim Status Standards (40
CFR 265); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-181 471
Regulatory Analysis of RCRA Regulations

PB81-181 489
Definitions and General Provisions Under RCRA, Subtitle C;
Definitions and Provisions for  Confidentiality (40 CFR 260,
Subparts A and B)

PB81-184 319
Corrosivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.22); Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001
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PB81-184 962
Criteria for Identifying Characteristics of Hazardous Waste
(40 CFR 261. 10); Criteria for Listing Hazardous Waste (40
CFR 261. 11); Petitions to Amend Part 261  to Exclude a
Waste Produced at a Particular Facility (40  CFR 260.22);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA,
Subtitle C, Section 3001

PB81-184 988
Reactivity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.23); Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001

PB81-185 001
Final Interim  Status Standards for Surface Impoundments
(40 CFR 265.220); Standards Applicable to Owners and Op-
erators  of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-185 027
EP Toxicity Characteristic (40 CFR 261.24); Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001

PB81-187 890
Ignitability Characteristic (40 CFR 261.21); Identification and
Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3001

PB81-188 161
Degree of Hazard as an Approach to Defining and Managing
Hazardous Wastes; Identification and Listing  of Hazardous
Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001

PB81-189 326
Financial Requirements (40 CFR 264 and 265,  Subpart H);
Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-189 755
General Facility Standards for Location of Facilities (40 CFR
264, Subpart B, Section 264.  18);  Standards Applicable to
Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Stor-
age, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004

PB81-189 763
Interim  Status Standards and General Status Standards for
Closure and Post-Closure Care (40 CFR 264 and 265, Sub-
part G); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-189 771
Interim  Status Standards for Thermal Treatment Processes
Other Than Incineration and for Open Burning (40 CFR 265,
Subpart P); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators
of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
ties Under  RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004
PB81-189 789
Interim Status Standards for Landfills (40 CFR 265, Subpart
N); Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Haz-
ardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Un-
der RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-189 797
Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR  265, Subpart F); Stand-
ards  Applicable to  Owners  and Operators  of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-190 001
Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 264. 15) and Interim Status
Standards for Inspection (40 CFR 265. 15); Standards Appli-
cable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treat-
ment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle
C, Section 3004

PB81-190 019
Health  and Environmental Effects  Profiles (40  CFR  261);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA,
Subtitle C, Section 3001

PB81-190 027
Fate and Transport of Hazardous Constituents; Identification
and Listing of Hazardous  Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C,
Section 3001

PB81-190 035
Listing of Hazardous  Waste (40 CFR  261.31 and 261.32);
Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA,
Subtitle C, Section 3001

PB81-190 043
Manifest  System, Recordkeeping,  and  Reporting  (40 CFR
264 and  265, Subpart E);  Standards Applicable to Owners
and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-190 050
General and Interim Status  Standards for Tanks (40 CFR 264
and 265,  Subpart J); Interim Status Standards for Chemical,
Physical, and Biological Treatment (40 CFR 265, Subpart Q);
Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-190 068
Interim Status Standards for Land  Treatment Facilities (40
CFR 265, Subpart M); Standards Applicable to Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
posal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-190 076
Listing of Hazardous  Waste;  Finalization of  July 16.  1980,
Hazardous Waste List (40 CFR 261.31 and 261.32); Identifica-
tion and Listing of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle
C, Section 3001
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PB81-190 092
Incineration Standards (40 CFR 264 and 265, Subpart O);
Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazard-
ous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities Under
RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3004

PB81-193 021
Proposed Additions to Standards for Hazardous Waste Incin-
eration (40 CFR 264.342 and 264.343); Standards Applicable
to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Stor-
age, and Disposal Facilities Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section
3004

PB81-218 505
Guidance Manual for the  Classification of Solid Waste Dis-
posal Facilities (EPA/SW-199C)

PB81-246 357
Permitting of Land  Disposal   Facilities:  Overview;  Back-
ground Document

PB81-246 365
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:  Surface Impound-
ments

PB81-246 373
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Waste Piles

PB81-246 381
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Land Treatment

PB81-246 399
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Landfills

PB81-246 407
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities:  Underground  Injec-
tion; Background Document

PB81-246 415
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Information Require-
ments for Permitting Discharges; General Standards Applica-
ble  to Owners  and  Operators  of Hazardous   Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities

PB81-246 423
Permitting of Land  Disposal Facilities: Groundwater Protec-
tion Standard

PB81-246 431
Permitting of Land Disposal Facilities: Groundwater and Air
Emission Monitoring

PB81-246 449
Permitting of Land Disposal  Facilities: Performance Stand-
ards for Land Disposal Facilities

PB81-248 163
Engineering Handbook for Hazardous Waste Incineration
(EPA/SW-889)
PB82-182 361
U.S.  Department of Transportation  Hazardous Materials
Regulations as They Apply to the U.S.  Environmental Protec-
tion Agency's Hazardous Waste Regulations (EPA/SW-935)

PB82-237 595
Financial Assurance for Closure and Post-Closure Care; Re-
quirements for Owners  and  Operators of Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and  Disposal Facilities; A  Guidance
Manual (EPA/SW-955)

PB83-144 675
Liability Coverage; Requirements for Owners and  Operators
of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
ties; A Guidance Manual (EPA/SW-961)

PB83-209 445
Groundwater Monitoring Guidance for Owners and Opera-
tors of Interim Status Facilities (EPA/SW-963)

PB84-158 807
Design and Development of a Hazardous Waste Reactivity
Testing Protocol (EPA/600/2-84-057)

PB84-174 820
Procedures  Manual  for Groundwater Monitoring at Solid
Waste Disposal Facilities (EPA/SW-611)

PB84-212 356
Assessment of Hazardous Waste Mismanagement Damage
Case Histories (EPA/530-SW-84-002)

PB85-100 832
Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance (HELP) Model;
Volume 2:   Documentation for Version 1  (EPA/530-SW-84-
010)

PB85-100 840
Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance (HELP) Model;
Volume 1:  User's  Guide  for Version 1; Second  Edition
(EPA/530-SW-84-009)

PB85-103 026
Proposed Sampling  and Analytical Methodologies for Addi-
tion to Test Methods for Evaluating  Solid  Waste:  Physi-
cal/Chemical Methods (SW-846, Second Edition)

PB85-180 297
Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated in the
United States (EPA/530-SW-84-013)

PB85-180 438
National Small Quantity  Hazardous Waste Generator Survey;
Final Report (EPA/530-SW-85-004)

PB85-194 488
Petitions to  Delist Hazardous Wastes; A Guidance Manual
(EPA/530-SW-85-003)
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PB86-100 577
Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Incinerator Permits;
Final Report (EPA/SW-966)

PB86-125 580
Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Land
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Phase 1: Criteria
for Location Acceptability and Existing Applicable Regula-
tions (EPA/530-SW -85-024)

PB86-184 017
Report to Congress on the Discharge of Hazardous Wastes
to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (The Domestic Sewage
Study) (EPA/530-SW-86-004)

PB86-192 796
Lining of  Waste  Impoundment  and  Disposal Facilities
(EPA/SW-870)

PB86-192 937
Hazardous Waste Tanks Failure Model; Description of Meth-
odology and Appendices A, B, C, D, and E (EPA/530SW-86-
012)

PB86-197 837
National  Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
ment, Storage, and  Disposal  Facilities  Regulated Under
RCRA in 1981 (EPA/530-SW-84-005)

PB86-199 130
EPA Guide for Infectious Waste Management (EPA/530-SW -
86-014)

PB86-208 584
Guidance Manual on the RCRA Regulation of Recycled Haz-
ardous Wastes (EPA/530/SW-86-015)

PB86-210 176
Report to the Congress of the United States on the Post-Clo-
sure Liability Trust Fund  Under Section 3001(A)(2)(H) of the
Comprehensive Environmental  Response,  Compensation,
and Liability Act of 1980

PB86-210 671
Closure/Post-Closure and Financial Responsibility  Require-
ments for  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Dis-
posal  Facilities;   Final  Rule;   Background   Document
(EPA/530-SW -86-009)

PB86-212 263
Interim Status  Surface  Impoundments;  Retrofitting  Vari-
ances; Guidance Document (EPA/530-SW-86-017)

PB86-212 271
Prohibition on the Disposal  of Bulk Liquid Hazardous Waste
in Landfills; Statutory Interpretive  Guidance (EPA/530-SW-
86-016)

PB86-212 289
Hazardous Waste Tanks Risk Analysis (EPA/530-SW-86-011)
PB86-212 479
Post-Closure Liability Trust Fund Simulation Model; Volume I:
Model Overview and Results; Volume II:  Graphs and Tables
of Model Results; Volume III: Model Description

PB86-215 043
Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous Liquids in
Hazardous Waste Landfills; Statutory Interpretative Guidance
(EPA/530-SW-86-013)

PB86-219 383
Statistical Analysis of Mining Waste  Data (EPA/530-SW-86-
024)

PB86-219 391
Quantities of Cyanide-Bearing  and Acid-Generating Wastes
Generated by the Mining and  Beneficiating Industries, and
the  Potentials for Contaminant Release (EPA/530-SW-86-
025)

PB86-219 409
Location of Mines and Factors Affecting Exposure (EPA/530-
SW-86-023)

PB86-219 417
Technical Studies Supporting the Mining Waste Regulatory
Determination (EPA/530-SW-86-026)

PB86-222 486
Summary of Comments on  Mining  Waste Report to Con-
gress (EPA/530-SW-86-030)

PB86-224 946
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA (Complete Set)

PB86-224 953
Criteria for Identifying Areas  of Vulnerable Hydrogeology: A
RCRA Statutory Interpretative Guidance (EPA/530-SW-86-
022)

PB86-224 961
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der  RCRA;  Appendix A: Technical Methods for Evaluating
Hydrogeologic Parameters (EPA/530-SW-86-022A)

PB86-224 979
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der  RCRA;  Appendix B: Groundwater Flow  Net/Flow Line
Construction and Analysis (EPA/530-SW-86-022B)

PB86-224 987
Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
der RCRA; Appendix C: Technical Methods for Calculating
Time of Travel in the Unsaturated Zone (EPA/530-SW-86-
022C)
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 PB86-224 995
 Criteria for Identifying Areas of Vulnerable Hydrogeology un-
 der RCRA; Appendix D: Development of Vulnerability Criteria
 Based  on Risk Assessments and Theoretical  Modeling
 (EPA/53Q-SW-86-022D)

 PB86-229 184
 Permit Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treat-
 ment Demonstrations (EPA/530-SW-86-032)

 PB86-229 192
 Guidance Manual for Research, Development, and Demon-
 stration Permits (40 CFR Section 270.65) (EPA/530-SW-86-
 008)

 PB86-232 154
 Report to Congress:  EPA Activities and Accomplishments
 Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Fiscal
 Years 1980-1985 (EPA/530-SW-86-027)

 PB87-100 038
 SOILINER Model (EPA/530-SW-86-006)

 PB87-101 606
 Background Document for the Groundwater Screening Pro-
 cedure to Support 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions
 (EPA/530-SW-86-047)

 PB87-101 614
 Surface Water Screening Procedure; Background Document
 (EPA/530-SW -86-050)

 PB87-107 173
 Background Document on the Development and Use of Ref-
 erence Doses; Part I:  Data Needs and Apportionment; Part
 II: Considerations Related to the Development of Protocols
 for Toxicity Studies (EPA/530-SW-86-048)

 PB87-107 751
 RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Technical Enforcement Guid-
 ance Document (TEGD) (Final) (EPA/530-SW-86-055)

 PB87-107 769
 RCRA Facility Assessment Guidance (EPA/530-SW-86-053)

 PB87-108 080
 Census of State and  Territorial Subtitle D  Non-Hazardous
Waste Programs (EPA/530-SW-86-039)

 PB87-H4 328
 Report  to Congress  on the Minimization of Hazardous
Wastes  (Complete Set) (EPA/530-SW -86-033)

PB87-H4 336
Report  to Congress  on the Minimization of Hazardous
Wastes (EPA/530-SW-86-033A)

PB87-H4 344
Report  to Congress  on the Minimization of Hazardous
Wastes; Appendices (EPA/530-SW-86-033B)
 PB87-114 351
 Report to Congress on Waste Minimization: Issues and Op-
 tions; tolume I (EPA/530-SW-86-041)

 PB87-114 369
 Report to Congress on Waste Minimization: Issues and Op-
 tions; Volume II (EPA/530-SW-86-042)

 PB87-114 377
 Report to Congress on Waste Minimization: Issues and Op-
 tions; Volume III (EPA/530-SW-86-043)

 PB87-116 810
 Subtitle D Study: Phase !
Report (EPA/530-SW-86-054)
 PB87-120 259
 Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents (Complete
 Set) (EPA/530-SW-86-056)

 PB87-120 267
 Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 1
 (EPA/530-SW-86-056A)

 PB87-120 275
 Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 2
 (EPA/530-SW-86-056B)

 PB87-120 283
 Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
 ground Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Volume 3
 (EPA/530-SW-86-056C)

 PB87-120 291
 Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
 Methods; Second Edition (EPA/SW-846)

 PB87-132 825
 Construction Quality Assurance for Hazardous Waste Land
 Disposal Facilities; Technical Guidance Document (EPA/530-
 SW-86-031)

 PB87-134 391
 Technical Resource  Document for the Storage and Treat-
 ment of Hazardous Waste in Tank Systems  (EPA/530-SW-
 86-044)

 PB87-146 155
 Batch-Type Adsorption Procedures for Estimating Soil At-
tenuation of Chemicals; Draft Technical Resource Document
for Public Comment (EPA/530-SW-87-006)

 PB87-146 361
Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR Part
268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volume I (EPA/530-SW-86-
060)
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PB87-146 379
Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR Part
268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Volume II (EPA/530SW-86-
061)

PB87-151 064
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for the General Facility
Standards of 40 CFR 264 (EPA/SW-968)

PB87-151 072
Minimum Technology Guidance on Double Liner Systems for
Landfills and Surface Impoundments; Design, Construction,
and Operation (EPA/530-SW-85-014)

PB87-152 054
Solid Waste Leaching Procedure; Technical Resource Docu-
ment for Public Comment (EPA/SW-924)

PB87-154 886
Toxicity  Characteristic  Leaching  Procedure; Background
Document on  Resource Conservation and  Recovery Act,
Subtitle C, Hazardous Waste Management System, Section
3001, Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste

PB87-154 894
Evaluating  Cover Systems for Solid and  Hazardous Waste
(EPA/SW-867)

PB87-154 902
Guide to the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidified
Waste (EPA/SW-872)

PB87-154 910
Guidance for the Analysis of Refinery Wastes

PB87-154 928
Methods for the Storage and Retrieval of RCRA Groundwa-
ter Monitoring Data on STORET; User's Manual

PB87-154 936
Documentation for Development of Toxicity and Volumes
Scores for the Purpose of Scheduling  Hazardous Waste
(EPA/530-SW-85-031)

PB87-155 057
RCRA Final Authorization Guidance Manual (EPA/SW-862)

PB87-155 065
RCRA Guidance Document: Land Treatment

PB87-155 503
Plans, Recordkeeping, Variances,  and Demonstrations for
Hazardous Waste Treatment,  Storage, and  Disposal Facili-
ties; A Guidance Manual (EPA/SW-921)

PB87-155 537
Closure of Hazardous Waste Surface Impoundments
(EPA/SW-873)
PB87-155 545
Inter-Industry Collaborative Study of Toxicity Characteristic
Leaching Procedures; Addendum to Compilation of Phase
IA and Phase II Data

PB87-155 552
Guidance Document: Seismic Considerations in Hazardous
Waste Management Facilities

PB87-155 578
Guidance Document for Subpart F: Air Emission Monitoring;
Land Disposal Toxic Air Emissions Evaluation Guideline

PB87-155 776
Resource Conservation and  Recovery Act Regulations Af-
fecting Generators and Transporters (40 CFR 262 and  263);
Explanation of Revisions in Reporting Burden Estimates

PB87-155 784
Soil Properties, Classification, and Hydraulic  Conductivity
Testing (EPA/SW-925)

PB87-156 683
Closure/Post-Closure Interim Status Standards (40 CFR 265,
Subpart G):  Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators
of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facili-
ties under RCRA, Subtitle  C, Section 3004 (EPA/SW-912)

PB87-157 210
Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model

PB87-157 418
Evaluation Guidelines for Toxic Air Emissions from Land Dis-
posal Facilities

PB87-157 475
Equivalency  of State Financial Responsibility Mechanisms

PB87-157 657
RCRA Guidance Document:  Landfill Design, Liner Systems
and Final Cover; Draft

PB87-157 665
RCRA Guidance Document: Surface Impoundments,  Liner
Systems, Final Cover, and Free Board Control; Draft

PB87-157 673
RCRA  Implementation  Plan   (RIP):   Fiscal   Year  1987
(EPA/OSWER9420.00-1)

PB87-157 756
Liner Location Risk and Cost Analysis Model; Appendices

PB87-158 655
Technical Resource Document for Obtaining Variances from
the Secondary  Containment Requirement of Hazardous
Waste Tank Systems; Volume I (EPA/530-SW-87-002A)

PB87-158 663
Technical Resource Document for Obtaining Variances from
the Secondary  Containment Requirement of Hazardous
Waste Tank Systems; Volume II (EPA/530-SW-87-002B)
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 PB87-158 978
 RCRA Guidance Manual for Subpart G Closure and Post-
 Closure Care Standards and Subpart H Cost Estimating Re-
 quirements (EPA/530-SW-87-010)

 PB87-158 994
 Guidance  Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
 Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume I:  Treatment and
 Storage Facilities (EPA/530-SW-87-009A)

 PB87-159 000
 Guidance  Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
 Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume II: Land Disposal
 Facilities (EPA/530-SW-87-009B)

 PB87-159 018
 Guidance  Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
 Closure Plans (Subparts G and H);  Volume  III:  Unit Costs
 (EPA/530-SW-87-009C)

 PB87-159 026
 Guidance  Manual for Cost Estimates for Closure and Post-
 Closure Plans (Subparts G and H); Volume IV:  Documenta-
 tion (EPA/530SW-87-009D)

 PB87-162 954
 Location Standards for RCRA Hazardous Waste Facilities;
 Regulatory Development Plan

 PB87-163 242
 Guidance on Implementation of the Minimum Technological
 Requirements of  HSWA of  1984,  Respecting Liners and
 Leachate Collection Systems; Reauthorization Statutory  In-
 terpretation #5D (EPA/530-SW-85-012)

 PB87-163 481
 Background Document for Solvents to Support 40 CFR Part
 268 Land Disposal Restrictions: Solvent Waste Volumes and
 Characteristics, Required Treatment and Recycling Capacity,
 and Available Treatment and Recycling (EPA/530-SW-88-013)

 PB87-165 403
 Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Field Sampling and Analytical
 Results (EPA/530-SW-87-005)

PB87-165 411
Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix A:  Analytical Re-
sults (EPA/530-SW-87-005A)

PB87-165 429
Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix B:  Sampling Strat-
egy (EPA/530-SW-87-005B)

PB87-165 437
Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix C:  Sampling Re-
ports; Volumes 1 and 2 (EPA/530-SW-005)
 PB87-165 445
 Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
 of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix D:  Analytical Meth-
 ods (EPA/530-SW-87-005D)

 PB87-165 452
 Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
 of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix E: Role and Func-
 tion of EPA Sample Control Center (EPA/530-SW-87-005E)

 PB87-165 460
 Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
 of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix F: List of Analytes
 (EPA/530-SW-87-005F)

 PB87-165 478
 Technical Report: Exploration, Development, and Production
 of Crude Oil and Natural Gas; Appendix G: Sampling Plan
 and Sampling Quality Assurance/Quality Control (EPA/530-
 SW-87-005G)

 PB87-173 159
 Minimum Technology Guidance on Single Liner Systems for
 Landfills, Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles; Design,
 Construction, and Operation (Draft) (EPA/530-SW-85-013)

 PB87-173 811
 Background Information Document for the Development of
 Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
 Boilers and Industrial Furnaces  (Complete Set) (EPA/530-
 SW-87-014)

 PB87-173 829
 Background Information Document for the Development of
 Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
 Boilers and Industrial Furnaces; Volume I: Industrial  Boilers
 (EPA/530-SW-87-014A)

 PB87-173 837
 Background Information Document for the Development of
 Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
 Boilers and Industrial Furnaces; Volume  II: Industrial  Fur-
 naces (EPA/530-SW-87-014B)

 PB87-173 845
 Background Information Document for the Development of
 Regulations to Control the Burning of Hazardous Wastes in
 Boilers and Industrial Furnaces; Volume III: Risk Assessment
 (EPA/530-SW-87-014C)

 PB87-178 315
 Protocol for Evaluating Interim Status Closure/Post-Closure
 Plans

 PB87-178 323
 Characterization  of Municipal  Solid Waste  in the  United
States, 1960-2000

 PB87-178 331
 List of Municipal Waste Landfills
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PB87-178 349
Test Method  Equivalency Petitions;  A Guidance Manual
(EPA/53Q-SW-87-008)

PB87-182 291
Background Document on Bottom Liner Performance in Dou-
ble-Lined Landfills and Surface Impoundments (EPA/530-SW-
87-013)
PB87-183 695
Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Clo-
sure/Post-Closure (40 CFR Part 265)

PB87-188 082
Guidance on Issuing Permits to Facilities Required to Ana-
lyze Groundwater for Appendix VIII Constituents

PB87-188 090
Guidance for Facility Management Planning; Draft
PB87-191 029
Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to Deter-
mine Required Liner Thickness (EPA/530-SW-84-001)

PB87-191 383
Background Document on Proposed Liner and Leak Detec-
tion Rule (EPA/530-SW-87-015)
PB87-193 348
RCRA Personnel Training Guidance for Owners or Operators
of Hazardous Waste Management Facilities (EPA/SW-915)

PB87-193 371
Guide for Preparing RCRA Permit Applications for Existing
Facilities

PB87-193 397
Final Draft  Guidance for Subpart  G of the Interim Status
Standards for Owners and Operators of  Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
PB87-193 694
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Exposure Informa-
tion Requirements Under RCRA, Section 3019
PB87-193 702
Procedural  Guidance for Reviewing  Exposure Information
Under RCRA, Section 3019

PB87-193 710
RCRA Groundwater Monitoring Compliance Order Guidance

PB87-194  130
Regional Guidance Manual for Selected  Interim Status Re-
quirements (Draft)
PB87-194 643
Use of the  Water Balance Method for Predicting  Leachate
Generation from Solid Waste Disposal Sites (EPA/SW-168)

PB87-202 040
Guidance for Implementing the RCRA Dioxin Listing Rule
PB87-202 420
Hazardous Waste Incineration Permitting Study

PB87-206 066
Municipal Waste Combustion Study (Complete Set) (EPA/530-
SW-87-021)

PB87-206 074
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Report to Congress
(EPA/530-SW-87-021A)

PB87-206 082
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Emissions Data Base
for Municipal Waste Combustors (EPA/530-SW-87-021B)

PB87-206 090
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Control of Organic Emis-
sions (EPA/530-SW -87-021C)

PB87-206 108
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Flue  Gas  Cleaning
Technology (EPA/530-SW-87-021D)

PB87-206 116
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Costs  of Flue Gas
Cleaning Technologies (EPA/530-SW-87-021E)

PB87-206 124
Municipal Waste Combustion Study: Sampling and Analysis
(EPA/530-SW-87-021F)

PB87-206 132
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Assessment of Health
Risks Associated With Exposure to Municipal Waste Com-
bustion Emissions (EPA/530-SW-87-021 G)

PB87-206 140
Municipal  Waste Combustion Study: Characterization of the
Municipal Waste Combustion Industry (EPA/53OSW-87-021H)
PB87-206 157
Municipal Waste Combustion Study:  Recycling  of Solid
Waste (EPA/530-SW-87-0211)
PB87-206 165
Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance;  Part I: ACL Policy
and Information Requirements (EPA/530-SW-87-017)

PB87-215 463
Permit Guidance Manual on Unsaturated Zone Monitoring
for Hazardous  Waste Land Treatment Units (EPA/53&SW-
86-040)

PB87-230 371
Summary of Appropriate Analytical Methods for  Appendix
IX; Parts I and II

PB88-105 689
Guidance for Permit Writers:  Facilities Storing Hazardous
Waste in Containers
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 PB88-109 699
 Directory of Commercial Hazardous Waste Management Fa-
 cilities (EPA/530-SW -87-024)

 PB88-H1 752
 Composition and Management of Used Oil Generated in the
 United States; Appendix (EPA/530-SW-84-013A)

 PB88-127 931
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites (Complete Set)
 (EPA/530-SW-87-028)

 PB88-127 949
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume I: Sum-
 mary (EPA/530-SW-87-028A)

 PB88-127 956
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills,  and  Co-Disposal  Sites; Volume  II:
 Leachate Baseline Report; Determination of Municipal Land-
 fill Leachate Characteristics (EPA/530-SW-87-028B)

 PB88-127 964
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume III: Adden-
 dum to  Characterization of Municipal Landfill Leachates; A
 Literature Review (EPA/530-SW-87-028C)

 PBS8-127 972
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites;  Volume IV: Char-
 acterization  of Municipal Waste Combustion Residues and
 their Leachates; A Literature Review (EPA/530-SW-87-028D)

 PB88-127 980
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites;  Volume  V: Char-
 acterization  of  Municipal  Waste  Combustor Residues
 (EPA/530-SW-87-028E)

 PB88-127 998
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites;  Volume VI: Char-
 acterization  of  Leachates from Municipal  Waste  Disposal
 Sites and Co-Disposal Sites (EPA/530-SW-87-028F)

 PB88-128 004
 Characterization of MWC Ashes and Leachates from MSW
 Landfills, Monofills, and Co-Disposal Sites; Volume VII: Ad-
 dendum to Monofill Report (EPA/530-SW-87-028G)

 PB88-138 177
 Guide to Energy from Municipal Waste for  Small Communi-
ties (EPA/SW-958)
 PB88-146 212
 Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
 ration,  Development,  and Production of Crude Oil, Natural
 Gas, and Geothermal Energy (Complete Set) (EPA/530-SW -
 88-003)

 PB88-146 220
 Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
 ration,  Development,  and Production of Crude Oil, Natural
 Gas, and  Geothermal Energy;  Volume  1: Oil  and  Gas
 (EPA/530-SW-88-003A)

 PB88-146 238
 Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
 ration,  Development,  and Production of Crude Oil, Natural
 Gas, and Geothermal Energy; Volume 2: Geothermal Energy
 (EPA/530-SW-88-003B)

 PB88-146 246
 Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
 ration,  Development,  and Production of Crude Oil, Natural
 Gas, and  Geothermal Energy;  Volume  3:   Appendices
 (EPA/530-SW-88-003C)

 PB88-146 253
 Report to Congress: Management of Wastes from the Explo-
 ration,  Development,  and Production of Crude Oil, Natural
 Gas,  and  Geothermal  Energy;   Executive  Summaries
 (EPA/530-SW-88-003D)

 PB88-162 631
 Report to Congress: Wastes from the Extraction  and
 Beneficiation of Metallic Ores,  Phosphate Rock, Asbes-
tos,  Overburden from Uranium Mining, and  Oil  Shale
 (EPA/530-SW-85-033)

 PB88-163 787
 Bibliographic Series:  Waste Minimization: Hazardous  and
 Non-Hazardous Solid  Waste (1980 to Present) (EPA/IMSD-87-
 007)

 PB88-170 766
 Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for Land Disposal
 Restrictions Program (BOAT) (EPA/530-SW-87-011)

 PB88-174 677
Third Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Source
 Reduction (EPA/SW-448)

 PB88-176 136
 Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral  Toxicity in Rats Test Materials:
Pyridine; Volume I (EPA/530-SW-88-016A)

 PB88-176 144
Ninety-Day Subchronic Oral  Toxicity in Rats Test Materials:
Pyridine; Volume II (EPA/530-SW-88-016B)

PB88-176 151
Teratologic Evaluation  of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Adminis-
tered to CD Rats on  Gestational  Days 6 Through 15; Final
Report  (EPA/530-SW-88-017A)
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PB88-176 169
Teratologic Evaluation of 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Adminis-
tered to CD Rats on Gestational Days 6 Through 15; Final
Report; Appendices MX (EPA/530-SW-88-017B)

PB88-176 177
Rat Oral  Subchronic Toxicity  Study; Final Report; Com-
pound: Isobutyl Alcohol (EPA/530-SW-88-015)

PB88-177 977
Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal by
Electric Utility Power Plants (EPA/530-SW-88-002)

PB88-177 985
Report to Congress: Wastes from the Combustion of Coal by
Electric Utility Power Plants; Appendices (EPA/530-SW-88-
002A)

PB88-185 251
Corrective Measures for Releases to Groundwater from Solid
Waste Management Units; Draft Final Report (EPA/530-SW -
88-020)

PB88-185 269
Technical  Guidance  for Corrective Measures: Determining
Appropriate Technology and Response for Air Releases;
Draft Final Report (EPA/530-SW-88-021)

PB88-185 277
Corrective Measures for Releases to Soil from Solid Waste
Management Units;  Draft  Final Report (EPA/530-SW-88-
022)

PB88-185 285
Technical  Guidance for  Corrective Measures:  Subsurface
Gas (EPA/530-SW -88-023)

PB88-192 687
National Dioxin Study (EPA/53'O-SW -87-025)

PB88-195 284
Subchronic Toxicity of Meta-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats
(EPA/530-SW-88-026)

PB88-195 292
Subchronic Toxicity of Para-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats;
MBA Chemical No. 25 (EPA/530-SW-88-025)

PB88-197 496
Subchronic Toxicity of Ortho-Cresol in Sprague Dawley Rats
(EPA/530-SW -88-027)

PB88-197 561
Resource Recovery Plant Implementation; Guides for Munici-
pal Officials:  Planning and Overview (EPA/SW-533)

PB88-197 579
Fourth Report to Congress: Resource Recovery and Waste
Reduction (EPA/SW-600)
PB88-197 595
Financial Requirements; Interim Status Standards (40 CFR
265, Subpart H); Final Draft Guidance (EPA/SW-913)

PB88-197 603
EPA Activities Under RCRA of 1976 - Annual Report to the
President and Congress, Fiscal Year 1977 (EPA/SW-663)

PB88-197 611
Compilation of  Persons Who Design,  Test, Inspect, and In-
stall Storage Tank Systems (EPA/530-SW-88-019)

PB88-213 368
Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40
CFR 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions;  Proposed Rule:  First
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and
Availability Treatment Capacity; Part II (EPA/530-SW-88-030)

PB88-214 267
Alternate Concentration Limit Guidance; Part II: Based on
264.94(6) Criteria; Case Studies (EPA/530-SW-87-031)

PB88-217 575
Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40
CFR 268 Land  Disposal Restrictions;  Proposed Rule:  First
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and
Availability  Treatment  Capacity;  Part I (EPA/530-SW-88-
030A)

PB88-239 223
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; Third  Edition; Volumes IA, IB, 1C,  and II (EPA/SW-
846)

PB88-242 052
Background  Documentation for  Minimum Content Stand-
ards (EPA/530-SW-88-046)

PB88-242 425
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills:  Location Restric-
tions (Subpart B); Draft Background  Document (EPA/530-
SW-88-036)

PB88-242 433
Criteria for Municipal  Solid Waste Landfills: Operating Crite-
ria (Subpart C);  Draft Background Document (EPA/53OSW-
88-037)

PB88-242 441
Criteria for  Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Summary of Data
on Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Leachate Characteristics
(EPA/530-SW-88-038)

PB88-242 458
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Updated Review
of Selected Provisions of Solid Waste Regulations (EPA/530-
SW-88-039)
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PB88-242 466
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Case Studies on
Groundwater and Surface Water Contamination from Munici-
pal Solid Waste Landfills (EPA/530-SW-88-040)

PB8S-242 474
Criteria for Municipal  Solid Waste Landfills:  Closure and
Post-Closure Care  and  Financial  Responsibility  Require-
ments  (Subpart C, Sections 258.30-258.32);  Draft  Back-
ground Document (EPA/530-SW-88-041)

PB88-242 482
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills: Design Criteria
(Subpart D); Draft Background Document (EPA/530-SW-88-
042)

PB88-242 490
Criteria for Municipal  Solid Waste Landfills:  Groundwater
Monitoring and Corrective Action (Subpart E) (EPA/530-SW-
88-043)

PB88-242 508
Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste Disposal  Facilities
and Practices; Notification Requirements for Industrial Solid
Waste  Disposal  Facilities(40  CFR  Part  257)    (Draft)
(EPA/530-SW -88-044)

PB88-246 145
Background Document for First Third Wastes to Support 40
CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule: First Third
Waste Volumes, Characteristics,  and Required and  Availabil-
ity Treatment Capacity (EPA/530-SW-88-049)

PB88-251 137
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
Document (EPA/530-SW-88-054A)

PB88-251 145
Solid Waste Dilemma: An Agenda for Action; Background
Document; Appendices A-C (EPA/530-SW-88-054B)

PB89-102 594
Infectious Waste  (40 CFR 250. 14); Identification and Listing
of Hazardous Waste Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001
(EPA/530-SW-88-055)

PB89-106 058
Nineteen Eighty-Six National Screening Survey of Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and Recycling  Facilities
(EPA/530-SW-88-035)

PB89-110 381
Report to  Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
States; Volume I {EPA/530-SW-88-011)

PB89-110 399
Report to  Congress: Solid Waste Disposal in the United
States; Volume II (EPA/530-SW-88-011B)
PB89-H5 695
Permit Applicants' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste
Land Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities; Final Draft
(EPA/530-SW-84-004)

PB89-H8 525
National Survey of Solid Waste (Municipal) Landfill Facilities
(EPA/530-SW-88-034)

PB89-126 460
Hazardous Waste from Discarding of Commercial Chemical
Products and the Containers and Spill Residues Thereof (40
CFR 261.33); Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
Under RCRA, Subtitle C, Section 3001 (EPA/530-SW-89-
005)

PB89-126 478
Permit Writers' Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Tank
Standards (EPA/530-SW-89-003)

PB89-132 203
Chemical, Physical, and Biological Properties of Compounds
Present at Hazardous Waste Sites (Final Report) (EPA/530-
SW-89-010)

PB89-142 343
Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Documents for First Third Wastes; Final Rule (Com-
plete Set) (EPA/530-SW-88-031)

PB89-142 350
Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT) Background
Document for K015 (Final) (EPA/53OSW-8&031 A)

PB89-142 368
Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT) Background
Document for K016, K018, K019, K020, and K030 (Final)
(EPA/530-SW-88-031B)

PB89-142 376
Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT) Background
Document for K048, K049, K050, K051, and K052 (Final)
(EPA/530-SW-88-031C)

PB89-142 384
Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT) Background
Document for K061 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-88-031 D)

PB89-142 392
Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT) Background
Document for K062 (Rnal) (EPA/530SW-88-031E)

PB89-142 400
Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT) Background
Document for K071 (Rnal) (EPA/530-SW-8&031F)

PB89-142 418
Best Demonstrated Available Technology  (BOAT)  Background
Document for K103 and K104 (Rnal) (EPA/530SW-88-031G)
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PB89-142 426
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K024 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-88-Q31H)

PB89-142 434
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K037 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-88-031I)

PB89-142 442
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K046 Nonreactive Subcategory (Final) (EPA/530-
SW-88-031J)

PB89-142 459
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K101 and K102 Low Arsenic Subcategory (Final)
(EPA/53QSW-8&031K)

PB89-142 467
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for F006 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-88-Q31L)

PB89-142 475
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K087 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-88O31M)

PB89-142 483
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K086  Solvent Wash (Final) (EPA/530-SW-88-
031N)

PB89-142 491
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K001 (Final) (EPA/53OSW-88-0310)

PB89-142 517
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K022 (Non-CBI Version) (Final) (EPA/53QSW-88-
031Q)

PB89-142 525
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for F001-F005 Spent Solvents; Amendment to Vol-
umes 1 and 2 (Final) (EPA/530SW-8&O31 R)

PB89-142 533
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K099 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-88-031S)

PB89-148 076
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid  Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; Third Edition: Proposed Update Package (EPA/SW-
846.3-1)

PB89-148 308
Hospital Waste Combustion Study: Data Gathering Phase; Fi-
nal Report (EPA/450/3-88-017)
PB89-151 039
Characterization of Products Containing Lead and Cadmium
in Municipal Solid Waste in the United States, 1970 to 2000
(EPA/530-SW-89-015A)

PB89-151 047
Statistical Analysis of Groundwater Monitoring Data at RCRA
Facilities; Interim Final Guidance (EPA/530-SW-89-026)

PB89-179 014
Hazardous Waste Land Treatment (ERA/SW-874)

PB89-179 022
Summary Report  of Capacity at Commercial Facilities; Vol-
ume I (EPA/530-SW -89-035A)

PB89-179 030
Summary Report  of Capacity at Commercial Facilities; Vbl-
ume II (EPA/530-SW-89-035B)

PB89-179 048
Summary Report of Capacity at Limited Commercial  and
Company Captive Facilities; Draft; Volume I (EPA/530-SW-
89-036A)

PB89-179 055
Summary Report of Capacity at Limited Commercial  and
Company Captive Facilities; Draft; Volume II (EPA/53Q-SW-
89-036B)
PB89-179 501
Summary of the  First National  Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Collection  Programs (EPA/530-SW-89-
042A)

PB89-179 519
Summary of the Second National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management (EPA/530-SW-89-042B)

PB89-179 527
Summary of the Third National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management (EPA/530-SW-89-042C)

PB89-179 535
Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
40  CFR 268 Land  Disposal  Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Second Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Availability Treatment Capacity (EPA/53fJ-SW-89-034)

PB89-179 543
Trial Burn Observation Guide (EPA/530-SW-89-027)

PB89-181  937
Design,  Construction, and Evaluation of  Clay  Liners for
Waste Management Facilities (EPA/530-SW-86-007F)

PB89-187 629
Report to Congress: Management of Hazardous Wastes
from Educational Institutions (EPA/530-SW-89-040)
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PBS9-187 645
Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial Report of Hazardous
Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
cilities  Regulated  Under RCRA; Volume  I:   Summary
(EPA/530-SW-89-033A)

PB89-187 652
Nineteen Eighty-Five National Biennial Report of Hazardous
Waste Generators and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
cilities Regulated Under RCRA; Volume II: Methodology and
Data (EPA/530-SW-89-033B)

PB89-200 299
RCRA Facility Investigation (RFI) Guidance; Interim Final; Vol-
ume I:  Development of an RFI Work Plan and General Con-
siderations for RCRA Facility Investigations; Volume II: Soil,
Groundwater, and Subsurface Gas Releases; Volume III:  Air
and Surface Water Releases; Volume IV:  Case Study Exam-
ples (EPA/530-SW-89-031)

PB89-208 169
RCRA Inspection Manual (EPA/530-SW-89-068)

PB89-220 545
Commercial Treatment/Recovery TSDR Survey Data Set
(EPA/530/SW-89-058)

PB89-220 552
Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:  Second
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required  and
Availability  Treatment Capacity; Volume I (EPA/530-SW-89-
057A)

PB89-220 560
Background Document for Second Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final Rule:  Second
Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and  Required  and
Availability  Treatment Capacity; Volume II (EPA/530-SW-89-
057B)

PB89-220 578
Analysis of U.S.  Municipal Waste Combustion  Operating
Practices (EPA/530-SW-89-061)

PB89-221 402
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT) Back-
ground Documents  for Second  Third Wastes; Final Rule
(Complete Set) (EPA/530-SW-89-048)

PB89-221 410
Treatment  Technology  Background  Document;  Second
Third; Final (EPA/530-SW-89-048A)

PB89-221 428
Methodology for Developing Best Demonstrated Available
Technology (BOAT) Treatment Standards (EPA/530-SW-89-
048B)
PB89-221 436
Response to Comments Background Document for the Sec-
ond Third  Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 3: Policy Related Comments (EPA/530-SW-89-048C)

PB89-221 444
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document  for Organophosphorus  Wastes,  K038-K040, and
Various P and U Codes (Final) (EPA/530SW-89-048G)

PB89-221 451
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document  for Phthalate Wastes,  K023, K093, K094, and
Various P and U Codes (Final) (EPA/530-SW-89-048H)

PB89-221 469
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K009 and K010 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-89-048I)

PB89-221 477
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document  for KOtl, K013,and  K014 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-89-
048J)

PB89-221 485
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document  for Cyanide Wastes (F006, F007-F012, F019, and
Various P and U Codes) (Final) (EPA/530-SW-89-048K)

PB89-221 493
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K043 (Final) (EPA/530SW-8M48L)

PB89-221 501
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlorinated Ali-
phatic  Hydrocarbons, F024 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-89-048M)

PB89-221 519
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document  for Wastes from the Production  of 1, 1, 1-Trichlo-
roethane, K028,  K029,  K095, and K096 (Final) (EPA/530-
SW-89-048N)

PB89-221 527
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Wastes from the Production of Dinitrotoluene,
Toluenediamine, and Toluene Diisocyanate, K027 K111-K116,
U221, and U223 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-89-048O)

PB89-221 535
Response to Comments Background Document for the Sec-
ond Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; vblume
1: Treatment Standards Related Comments (EPA/530-SW-89-
048D)

PB89-221 543
Response to Comments Background Document for the Sec-
ond Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vblume
2: Capacity Related Comments (EPA/530-SW-89048E)
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PB89-230 668
Measurements of Particulates, Metals, and Organics  at a
Hazardous Waste Incinerator (EPA/530-SW-89-067)

PB89-233 480
Technical Guidance Document:  Final Covers on Hazardous
Waste Landfills and Surface Impoundments (EPA/530-SW-
89W)

PB90-104 746
Municipal Waste Combustion Ash and Leachate  Charac-
terization; Monofill Baseline Year; Woodburn Monofill; Wood-
burn, Oregon (EPA/530-SW-89-074)

PB90-113 945
RCRA Liability Coverage for Bodily Injury and Property Dam-
age Survey Results (EPA/530-SW-89-043)

PB90-120 544
Performance Test on a Spray Dryer, Fabric Filter, and Wet
Scrubber; Draft Test Report (EPA/530-SW-90-008)

PB90-129 362
Pilot-Scale ESP and Hydro-Sonic Scrubber Parametric Tests
for Particulate, Metals, and HCI  Emissions; John Zink Com-
pany Research Facility; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Draft Test Report
(EPA/530-SW-90-009)

PB90-163 106
Report to Congress:  Methods to Manage and Control Plas-
tic Wastes (EPA/530-SW-89-051)
                        A Study of  Eight Programs
PB90-163 114
Yard Waste  Composting:
(EPA/530-SW -89-038)

PB90-163 122
Promoting Source Reduction  and  Recyclability in the Mar-
ketplace (EPA/530-SW-89-066)

PB90-163 189
Proceedings of the Fourth National Conference on House-
hold Hazardous Waste Management (EPA/530-SW-89-042D)

PB90-187 t13
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity (Complete Set) (EPA/530-
SW-90-033)

PB90-187 121
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume I:  Executive Sum-
mary, Chapter 1, Chapter 2 (EPA/530-SW-90-033A)
PB90-187 139
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume II:   Chapter 3
(EPA/530-SW-90-033B)

PB90-187 147
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Proposed Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume III:  Chapter 4, Ap-
pendices (EPA/530SW-90-033C)

PB90-187 154
Characterization  of Municipal Waste Combustion Ash, Ash
Extracts, and Leachates (EPA/530-SW-90-029A)

PB90-199 431
Office  Paper   Recycling:  An   Implementation  Manual
(EPA/530-SW-90-001)

PB90-204 736
No Migration Variances to the Hazardous Waste Land Dis-
posal  Prohibitions;  A  Guidance Manual for  Petitioners
(EPA/530-SW-90-045)

PB90-210 998
Model RCRA Permit for Hazardous Waste Management Fa-
cilities (EPA/530-SW-90-049)

PB90-211 004
RCRA Permit Quality Protocol; Draft (EPA/530-SW-90-050)

PB90-215 112
Characterization  of Municipal Solid Waste  in the United
States: 1990 Update (EPA/530-SW-90-042)

PB90-219 874
Medical Waste Management in the United States: First In-
terim Report to Congress (EPA/530-SW-90-051 A)

PB90-234 006
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Documents for Third Third Wastes; Final Rule (First
Part of Complete Set) (EPA/530-SW-90-059)

PB90-234 014
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for K031, K084, K101, K102, Characteristic
Arsenic Wastes  (D004),  Characteristic  Selenium Wastes
(D010), and P and U Wastes Containing Arsenic and Sele-
nium Listing Constituents (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-059A)

PB90-234 022
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for Characteristic Ignitable Wastes (D001), Charac-
teristic Corrosive Wastes (D002), Characteristic Reactive Wastes
(D003), and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive Listing Con-
stituents (Final) (EPA/530SW-90059B)
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PB90-234 030
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K001 (Addendum) and U051 (Creosote) (Final)
(EPA/530-SW-90-059C)

PB90-234 048
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K015; Addendum  (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-
059D)

PB90-234 055
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K073 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-059E)

PB90-234 063
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT) Background
Document for K021  (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-059F)

PB90-234 071
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
ground Document for K086 (Ink Formulation Equipment
Cleaning Wastes);  Addendum   (Final)  (EPA/530-SW-90-
059G)

PB90-234 089
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
ground Document for K060 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-059H)

PB90-234 097
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
ground Document for K061; Addendum  (Final)  (EPA/530-
SW-90-059I)

PB90-234 105
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
ground Document for K046; Addendum  (Final)  (EPA/530-
SW-90-059J)

PB90-234 113
Memorandum  to Monica Chatmon-McEaddy  of Office of
Solid Waste  Regarding Final Treatment Standards for K069
Nonwastewaters  in  the Calcium Sulfate/Sodium Subcate-
gory and Wastewater Forms of  K069  (EPA/530-SW-90-
059K)

PB90-234 121
Memorandum  to Monica Chatmon-McEaddy  of Office of
Solid Waste  Regarding Final Treatment Standards for Non-
wastewater and Wastewater Forms of K100 (EPA/530-SW-
90-059L)

PB90-234 139
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
ground Document for F006; Addendum  (Final)  (EPA/530-
SW-90-059M)

PB90-234 147
Best Demonstrated  Available Technology (BOAT) Back-
ground Document for Cyanide Wastes; Addendum for F019
(Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-059N)
PB90-234 154
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for KOtl, K013.and K014; Addendum for
Acrylonitrile Wastes (Final) (EPA/53OSW-90-059O)

PB90-234 162
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for F002 (1.1.2-Trichloroethane) and F005
(Benzene,  2-Ethoxyethanol, and  2-Nitropropane); Amend-
ment (Final) (EPA/530SW-90-059P)

PB90-234 170
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document  for Mercury-Containing Wastes (D009,
K106, P065. P092. and U151)  (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-
059Q)

PB90-234 188
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document  for P and U  Thallium Wastes   (Final)
(EPA/530-SW-90-059R)

PB90-234 196
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Vanadium-Containing Wastes Pt19 and
P120 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-059S)

PB90-234 204
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Barium Wastes D005 and P013  (Final)
(EPA/530-SW-90-059T)

PB90-234 212
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document  for  D006  Cadmium  Wastes   (Final)
(EPA/530-SW-90-059U)

PB90-234 220
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Chromium Wastes  D007  and U032
(Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-059V)

PB90-234 238
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for D008 and P and U  Lead Wastes  (Fi-
nal) (EPA/530-SW-90-059W)

PB90-234 246
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Silver-Containing Wastes DOtl,  P099,
P104 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-059X)

PB90-234 253
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Inorganic Pigment Wastes, K002-K008
(Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-059Y)

PB90-234 279
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Documents  for Third Third Wastes; Final Rule (Sec-
ond Part of Complete Set) (EPA/530-SW-90-060)
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PB90-234 287
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlorin-
ated Aliphatics F025  (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-060A)

PB90-234 295
Memorandum to the Docket  Regarding Final Treatment
Standards for Nonwastewater  and Wastewater Forms  of
K044. K045, and K047 (EPA/53OSW-90-060B)

PB90-234 303
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume D: Reactive U and P Wastewaters and Non-
wastewaters (EPA/530-SW-90-060C)

PB90-234 311
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document  for  Wastes from the Production  of
Epichlorohydrin, K017 (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-060D)

PB90-234 329
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Wastes from the Production of  1, 1, 1-
Trichloroethane, K028, K029, K095, and K096; Amendment
(Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-060E)

PB90-234 337
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume  A: Wastewater Forms of Organic  U  and P
Wastes and  Multisource Leachate (F039) for which there are
Concentration-Based Treatment Standards (EPA/530-SW-90-
060F)

PB90-234 345
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume  B:   U  and P Wastewaters and Nonwaste-
waters with  Methods of Treatment as Treatment Standards
(EPA/53OSW-90-060G)

PB90-234 352
Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume  C: Nonwastewater Forms of Organic U and
P Wastes and Multisource Leachate (F039) for which there
are Concentration-Based Treatment  Standards (EPA/530-
SW-90-060H)

PB90-234 360
Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BOAT Background
Document for K022; Amendment  (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-
060I)

PB90-234 378
Best  Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Produc-
tion of Aniline, K083  (Final) (EPA/53Q-SW-90-060J)
PB90-234 386
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Distillation Bottoms from the Produc-
tion of Nitrobenzene by the Nitration of Benzene, K025
(Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-060K)

PB90-234 394
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Stripping Still Tails from the Production
of Methyl Ethyl  Pyridine,  K026  (Final)  (EPA/530SW-90-
060L)

PB90-234 402
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Wastewater Treatment Sludges Gener-
ated in  the  Production  of   Creosote  K035    (Final)
(EPA/530-SW-90-060M)

PB90-234 410
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document  for  Organophosphorus  Wastes, K036
Nonwastewaters;  Amendment  (Final)   (EPA/530-SW-90-
060N)

PB90-234 428
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for K037; Amendment  (Final) (ERA/530-
SW-90-060O)

PB90-234 436
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Halogenated Pesticide and Chloroben-
zene Wastes (K032-K034, K041, K042, K085, K097, K098,
K105, and D012-D017) (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-060P)

PB90-234 444
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Wastes from the Production of Chlo-
rinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, F024; Amendment (Final)
(EPA/530-SW-90-060Q)

PB90-234 451
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for K048, K049,  K050, K051, and K052;
Amendment (Final) (EPA/530-SW-90-060R)

PB90-234 469
Best Demonstrated Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for U and P Wastes, Multisource Leachate
(F039), Volume E: U and P Gaseous Wastes (EPA/530-SW-
90-060S)

PB90-234 477
Response  to  Comments  Background Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed  Rule; Vol-
ume  1:   BOAT  Related Comments    (Complete  Set)
(EPA/530-SW-90-061)
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PB90-234 485
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 1-A-1: BOAT Related Comments; General BOAT Issues
(EPA/530-SW-90-061A)

PB90-234 493
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 1-A-2: BOAT Related Comments; General BOAT Issues
(EPA/530SW-90-061B)

PB90-234 501
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 1-A-3: BOAT Related Comments; General BOAT Issues
(EPA/530-SW -90-061C)

PB90-234 519
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 1-B:  BOAT Related Comments; D001: Characteristic Ig-
nitable Wastes (EPA/530-SW-90-061D)

PB90-234 527
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 1-C:  BOAT Related Comments; D002: Characteristic
Corrosive Wastes (EPA/530-SW-90-061E)

PB90-234 535
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 1-D:  BOAT Related Comments; D003: Characteristic
Reactive Wastes and P and U Wastes Containing Reactive
Listing Constituents (EPA/530-SW-90-061F)

PB90-234 543
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 1-E: BOAT Related Comments;  D004:  Characteristic
Wastes for Arsenic and K, P, and U Wastes Containing Arse-
nic; and D010: Characteristic Wastes for Selenium (EPA/530-
SW -90-061G)

PB90-234 550
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 1-F:  BOAT Related Comments;  D005:  Characteristic
Wastes for Barium  and P013;  and  D006:  Characteristic
Wastes for Cadmium (EPA/530-SW-90-061H)

PB90-234 568
Response to Comments Background Document for  the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule;  Vol-
ume 1-G:  BOAT Related Comments; D007: Characteristic
Wastes for Chromium (EPA/530-SW-90-0611)
PB90-234 576
Response to  Comments Background  Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-H: BOAT Related Comments; D008: Characteristic
Wastes for Lead and P and U Wastes Containing  Lead
(EPA/530-SW-90-061J)

PB90-234 584
Response to  Comments Background  Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-1:  BOAT Related Comments; D009: Characteristic
Wastes for Mercury and P and U Wastes Containing Mer-
cury; K045, K046. and K047: Wastes from the Manufactur-
ing  and  Processing of  Explosives; D011:  Characteristic
Wastes for Silver; P119, P120:  Vanadium Containing Wastes;
and P and U Wastes Containing Thallium (EPA/530-SW-90-
061 K)

PB90-234 592
Response to Comments Background Document for the Third
Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Volume 1-J:
BOAT Related  Comments;  Mixed   Radioactive Hazardous
Wastes; Polynuclear Aromatic U Wastes; Halogenated Aliphatic
U Wastes; Non-Halogenated Aromatic U Wastes; F002-F005:
Solvents; F006: Electroplating Wastewater Treatment Sludges;
and F019: Aluminum Conversion Coating Treatment Sludges
(EPA/530-SW-9QO61L)

PB90-234 600
Response to  Comments Background  Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; vol-
ume 1-K:  BOAT Related Comments; F025: Wastes from the
Production of Chlorinated Aliphatics; K002-K008: Inorganic
Pigments;  K011, K013, K014:  Acrylonitriles; K015:  Still Bot-
toms from Benzyl Chloride; K046:  Wastewater Treatment
Sludges from  Manufacturing, Formulating, and Loading of
Lead-Based Initiating Compounds;  K061:  Electric Arc Fur-
nace Dust; and K069:  Emission Control Dust/Sludge from
Secondary Lead Smelting (EPA/53OSW-90-061M)

PB9O-234 618
Response to  Comments Background  Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; \fol-
ume 1-L:  BOAT Related Comments; K071 and K106:  Mer-
cury Cell  Process  Wastes;  K086:   Residues from Ink
Production, Wastes Containing Cyanide (EPA/530-SW-90-
061N)
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PB90-234 626
Response to Comments Background  Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-M: BOAT Related Comments; K017: Wastes from the
Production of  Epichlorohydrin; K028,  K029,  K095, and
K096:   Production  of  1,1,1-Trichloroethane Wastewaters
Containing BOAT Constituents; K022:  Wastes from the Pro-
duction of Phenol/Acetone; K025:  Distillation Bottoms from
the Production  of Nitrobenzene; K035:  Wastewater Treat-
ment Sludges from the Production of Creosote; K026: Strip-
ping Still Tails from the Production of Methyl Ethyl Pyridine;
K083:  Distillation Bottoms from the Production of Aniline
Oxygenated Hydrocarbons  and  Heterocyclic  U and P
Wastes; F024: Production of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocar-
bons (EPA/530-SW-90-0610)

PB90-234 634
Response to Comments Background Document for the Third
Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Volume 1-N:
BOAT Related Comments; Halogenated Organic, Pharmaceuti-
cal, Brominated  Organic,  OrganoSulfur Compounds, and Or-
gano-Nitrogen Compound Wastes; and  Halogenated Pesticide
and Chlorobenzene, Halogenated Phenolic, and Phenolic Wastes
(EPA/53OSW-90-061P)

PB90-234 642
Response to Comments Background Document for the Third
Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Volume 1-O:
BOAT Related Comments; K048-K052: Petroleum  Refining In-
dustry Wastes; K036: Organophosphorous Wastes (Nonwaste-
waters);  K037:  Wastewater  Treatment  Sludges  from  the
Production of Disulfoton (EPA/530-SW-90061Q)

PB90-234 659
Response  to Comments Background  Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-P:  BOAT Related Comments;  Leachates (EPA/530-
SW-90-061R)

PB90-234 667
Response  to Comments Background  Document for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 1-Q:  BOAT Related Comments; Gases (EPA/530-SW -
90-061S)

PB90-234 675
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions;  Final  Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and  Available  Treatment  Capacity;     (Complete  Set)
(EPA/530SW-90-062)

PB90-234 683
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal  Restrictions;  Final  Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume I: Executive Sum-
mary, Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 (EPA/530-SW -90-062A)
PB90-234 691
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part  268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final  Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume II: Chapter 3
(EPA/530-SW-90-062B)

PB90-234 709
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part  268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final  Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume III: Chapter 4 and
Appendix A - Appendix I (EPA/530-SW-90-062C)

PB90-234 717
Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support
40 CFR Part  268 Land Disposal Restrictions; Final  Rule:
Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required
and Available Treatment Capacity; Volume IV: Chapter 4 and
Appendix J - Appendix M (EPA/530-SW-90-062D)

PB90-234 725
Response  to  Comments Background  Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 2:   Capacity  Related  Comments  (Complete  Set)
(EPA/530-SW-90-063)

PB90-234 733
Response  to  Comments Background  Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 2-1:  Capacity  Related Comments (EPA/530-SW-90-
063A)

PB90-234 741
Response  to  Comments Background  Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 2-2:  Capacity  Related Comments (EPA/530-SW-90-
063B)

PB90-234 758
Response  to  Comments Background  Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 2-3:  Capacity  Related Comments (EPA/530-SW-90-
063C)

PB90-234 766
Response  to  Comments Background  Document  for the
Third Third Land Disposal Restrictions Proposed Rule; Vol-
ume 3: Policy Related Comments (EPA/530-SW-9O064)

PB90-255 449
Mobile Incineration: An Analysis of the Industry (EPA/530/SW-
90076)

PB90-258 492
Report to  Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Proc-
essing: Summary and Findings; Methods and Analyses; Ap-
pendices (EPA/530-SW-90-070C)
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PB90-259 789
Commercial Treatment/Recovery Data Set (EPA/530-SW-90-
078)

PB90-272 063
Variable Rates in Solid Waste: Handbook for Solid Waste Of-
ficials; Volume II: Detailed Manual (EPA/530-SW-90-084B)

PB91-101  865
Metals Control Efficiency Test at a Dry Scrubber and Bag-
house Equipped  Hazardous Waste Incinerator (EPA/530-
SW-91-004)

PB91-101  873
Toxicity Characteristic Regulatory Impact Analysis (EPA/530-
SW-90-088)

PB91-102 046
Corrective Measures for Releases to Surface Waters, Draft Fi-
nal Report (EPA/530-SW-90-085)

PB91-102 053
Technical Background Document and  Response to Com-
ments: Method 1311 - Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Proce-
dure (EPA/530-SW -90-080)

PB91-102 061
Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Proposed Rulemaking on
Corrective  Action  for  Solid Waste  Management Units
(EPA/530SW -90-081)

PB91-111 484
Charging Households for Waste  Collection  and Disposal:
The Effects of Weight or Volume-Based  Pricing on Solid
Waste Management (EPA/530-SW-90-047)

PB91-111 492
Technical Evaluation of the Combustion System of the Ma-
rine Shale  Processors,   Inc. Facility in Amelia, Louisiana
(EPA/530-SW-90-086)

PB91-120 006
Methods Manual for Compliance with the BIF Regulations:
Burning Hazardous Waste in Boilers and Industrial Furnaces
(EPA/530-SW-91-010)

PB91-130  187
Medical Waste Management  in the United States:  Second
Interim Report to Congress (EPA/530-SW-90-087A)

PB91-130  195
Emissions Testing of a Precalciner Cement Kiln at Louisville,
Nebraska (EPA/530-SW-91-016)

PB91-130  203
Emissions Testing  of a Wet Cement Kiln at Hannibal, Mis-
souri; Draft  Final Report (EPA/530-SW-91-017)

PB91-130  211
State Authorization Manual; Volume I (EPA/530-SW-91-018A)
PB91-130 229
State Authorization Manual; Volume II (EPA/530-SW-91-018B)

PB91-156 679
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Near 1988 (EPA/530-
SW-91-039)

PB91-156 687
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1989 (EPA/530-
SW-91-040)

PB91-156 695
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal tear 1990 (EPA/530-
SW-91-041)

PB91-160 549
Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Oil and
Gas Exploration and Production Waste Management  Prac-
tices,  September 10-13,  1990, New  Orleans,  Louisiana
(EPA/530-SW-91-030)

PB91-160 556
Treatment Technology Background Document; Third Third;
Final (EPA/530-SW-90-059Z)

PB91-178 418
Strawman II:  Recommendations for a Regulatory Program
for Mining Wastes and Materials under Subtitle D of the Re-
source Conservation  and  Recovery  Act (EPA/530-SW-91-
056)

PB91-179 168
State Program Advisory Number Eight (EPA/53OSW-91-047)

PB91-181 578
Management of Hazardous Waste Leachate (EPA/SW-871R)

PB91-181 586
Landfill and Surface  Impoundment Performance  Evaluation
(EPA/SW-869R)

PB91-181 594
Inventory of Open Dumps (EPA/SW-964R)

PB91-204 354
Technical Resource Document:  Design, Construction, and
Operation of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste Surface
Impoundments (EPA/530-SW-91-054)

PB91-206 607
Proceedings of the Fifth National Conference on Household
Hazardous Waste Management, November 5-7, 1990, San
Francisco, California (EPA/530-SW-91-059)

PB91-211  813
RCRA  Implementation Plan  (RIP):  Fiscal  Year  1992
(EPA/530-SW-91-023)
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PB91-2H 821
National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
ment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities in 1986:
Hazardous  Waste Management  in  RCRA TSDR  Units
(EPA/530-SW-91-060)

PB91-2H 839
RCRA Implementation Plan (RIP): Fiscal Year 1991 (EPA/530-
SW-91-042)

PB91-220 293
Nineteen Eighty-Seven National  Biennial RCRA Hazardous
Waste Report (EPA/530-SW-91-061)

PB91-220 301
Report to the Senate Appropriations Committee: Regulation
of Wood Preserving Wastes (EPA/530-SW-91-058)

PB91-240 432
Subtitle D Industrial Facility Telephone Survey Report (1987)
(EPA/53OSW-91-069)

PB91-242 396
Subtitle   D  Municipal   Landfill  Survey   Report  (1986)
(EPA/530-SW-91-070)

PB92-100 841
Regulatory Impact Analysis for the Final Criteria for Munici-
pal Solid Waste Landfills (EPA/530-SW-91-073A)

PB92-100 858
Addendum to the Regulatory Impact  Analysis for the Final
Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills (EPA/530-SW-91-
073B)

PB92-109 057
Technical Guidance Document:  Inspection Techniques for
the  Fabrication  of Geomembrane Field Seams  (EPA/530-
SW-91-051)

PB92-111 707
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium (Complete Set)
(EPA/53OSW-91-062)

PB92-111 715
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 1: User's Guide,
Keyword Index (EPA/530-SW-91-062A)

PB92-111 723
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 2 (9420. 1980 -
9434. 1990): Hazardous Waste Management System (Part
260) - General, Definitions, Petitions (EPA/530-SW-91-062B)

PB92-111 731
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 3  (9441. 1980 -
9441. 1986):  Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
(Part 261) - General (EPA/530-SW-91-062C)
PB92-H1 749
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 4  (9441. 1987 -
9441. 1990):  Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
(Part 261) - General (EPA/530-SW-91-062D)

PB92-H1 756
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 5  (9442. 1980 -
9444. 1986):  Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
(Part 261) - Criteria for Identifying Hazardous Waste, Charac-
teristics  of Hazardous  Waste, Lists of Hazardous  Waste
(EPA/530-SW-91-062E)

PB92-H1 764
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 6  (9444 . 1987 -
9457. 1990):  Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
(Part 261) - Lists of Hazardous  Waste  (Con't.); Generator
Standards (Part 262) - General, Pretransportation, Record-
keeping,  Special  Conditions, Importing (EPA/530-SW-91-
062F)

PB92-H1 772
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 7 (9460.  1980 -
9482. 1990):  Transporter Standards (Part 263) - Manifests,
Recordkeeping; Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
(TSDFs) (Parts 264 and 265) - Standards, Preparedness and
Prevention,  Contingency  Plan,  Manifests/Recordkeeping,
Closure/Post Closure, Financial Responsibility; TSDF Techni-
cal Requirements (Parts 264 and 265) - Groundwater Stand-
ards, Management of Containers (EPA/530-SW-91-062G)

PB92-H1 780
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 8 (9483.  1980 -
9489. 1990):  TSDF Technical Requirements (Parts 264 and
265) - Tanks,  Surface Impoundments,  Waste Piles,  Land
Treatment,  Landfills,  Incinerators,  Miscellaneous   Units
(EPA/530-SW-91-062H)

PB92-H1 798
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 9 (9490.  1980 -
9521. 1990):  Standards for  Managing Specific Hazardous
Wastes (Part 266) -  Recyclable Materials, Waste Burned for
Energy Recovery; Permitting Policies - Priorities, Corrective
Action, Special Permitting,  Compliance and  Enforcement,
Public Participation; Permitting Procedures (Parts 124 and
270) - General (EPA/530-SW-91-0621)

PB92-H1 806
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 10  (9522.  1980 -
9528.1990): Permitting Procedures (Parts 124 and 270) - Ap-
plications,  Conditions, Changes,  Interim Status (EPA/530-
SW-91-062J)

PB92-H1 814
RCRA Permit Policy Compendium, Volume 11 (9530.  1980 -
9581.1990): Air Emission Standards; State Authorization (Part
271); Land Disposal Restrictions (Part 268); Waste Minimization;
Subtitle D - Mining Wastes, State Programs, Municipal Waste
Combustion, Household Hazardous Waste; RCRA Grant Funds
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PB92-115 252
Markets for Scrap Tires (EPA/530SW-90-074A)

PB92-119 965
States' Efforts to  Promote Lead-Acid Battery Recycling
(EPA/530SW-91-029)

PB92-123 025
National Survey of Hazardous Waste Generators and Treat-
ment, Storage, Disposal and Recycling Facilities  in 1986:
Hazardous Waste Generation and Management (EPA/530-
SW-91-075)

PB92-124 759
Mining Sites in the  National Priorities  List; NPL Site Sum-
mary Reports (Complete Set) (EPA/53OSW-91-065)

PB92-124 767
Mining Sites in the  National Priorities  List; NPL Site Sum-
mary Reports, Volume  I:  Aluminum Company of America
(Vancouver  Smelter), Anaconda Smelter,  Atlas  Asbestos
Mine, Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical  Complex. Califor-
nia Gulch, Carson River, Celtor Chemical Works, Cherokee
County/Galena Subsite, Cimarron Mining Corporation, Clear
Creek/Central City, Cleveland Mill (EPA/530-SW-91-065A)

PB92-124 775
Mining Sites in the  National Priorities  List; NPL Site Sum-
mary Reports, Volume II:   Commencement Bay Near-
shore/Tideflats, Denver Radium, Eagle Mine, East Helena
Smelter, Eastern Michaud Flats Contamination Area, Glen
Ridge/Montclair/West Orange/US Radium, Homestake Mill,
Iron Mountain Mine, Johns-Manville Coalinga Asbestos Mill,
Kerr-McGee (Kress Creek, Reed-Keppler Park, Residential Ar-
eas, Sewage Treatment Plant) (EPA/530-SW-91-065B)

PB92-124 783
Mining Sites in the  National Priorities  List; NPL Site Sum-
mary Reports, Volume  III:  Kerr-McGee Chemical Corpora-
tion  (Soda  Springs  Plant), Lincoln Park,  Martin  Marietta
Reduction Facility, Midvale Slag (Valley Materials Slag), Mill-
town Reservoir Sediments, Monsanto  Chemical Company,
Monticello Mill Site, Monticello Vicinity Properties, Mouat In-
dustries, Ormet Corporation (EPA/530-SW-91-065C)

PB92-124 791
Mining Sites in the  National Priorities  List; NPL Site Sum-
mary Reports, Volume IV: Oronogo-Duenweg Mining Belt,
Palmerton Zinc,  Sharon Steel/Midvale Tailings, Silver Bow
Creek/Butte  Area Site,  Silver  Mountain  Mine, Smuggler
Mountain, St. Louis Airport/Hazel wood Interim/Futura Coat-
ings, Sulphur Bank Mercury Mine, Tar Creek (EPA/530-SW-
91-065D)

PB92-124 809
Mining Sites in the National Priorities List; NPL Site Summary
Reports, Volume V: Teledyne Wah Chang, lex-Tin Corporation,
Torch Lake, United Nuclear Corporation/Churchrock Site, U.S.
Titanium, Uravan  Uranium Mill, Whitewood Creek, Wayne In-
terim Storage Facility/W.R. Grace (EPA/530-SW-91-065E)
PB92-128 206
Compilation of Current Practices at Land Disposal Facilities:
Summary of Liner and Leak Detection Designs, Action Leak-
age Rates, Response Action Plans, and Management of Liq-
uids in Landfills (530-R-92-003)

PB92-128 214
Supplemental Background  Document for the Final  Double
Liners and  Leak Detection Systems Rule for  Hazardous
Waste Landfills,  Waste  Piles, and  Surface Impoundments
(EPA-530-R-92-004)

PB92-130 129
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, 1982 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-82-001)

PB92-130 137
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline  Report,  June  1982
(EPA/530-SW-82-001A)

PB92-130 145
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  July  1982
(EPA/530-SW-82-001B)

PB92-130 152
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  August  1982
(EPA/530-SW-82-001C)

PB92-130 160
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1982
(EPA/530-SW-82-001D)

PB92-130 178
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  October  1982
(EPA/530-SW-82-001E)

PB92-130 186
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November  1982
(EPA/530-SW-82-001F)

PB92-130 194
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1982
(EPA/530-SW-82-001G)

PB92-130 202
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1983 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-83-001)

PB92-130 210
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  January  1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001A)

PB92-130 228
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline  Report, February  1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001B)

PB92-130 236
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  March  1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001C)
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PB92-130 244
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline  Report,  April  1983
(EPA/530-SW -83-001D)

PB92-130 251
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline  Report,  May  1983
(EPA/530-SW -83-001E)

PB92-130 269
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline  Report,  June  1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001F)

PB92-130 277
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline  Report,  July  1983
(EPA/530-SW -83-001G)

PB92-130 285
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline Report, August  1983
(EPA/530SW -83-001H)

PB92-130 293
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-0011)

PB92-130 301
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1983
(EPA/530-SW-83-001J)

PB92-130 319
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  November 1983
(EPA/530-SW -83-001K)

PB92-130 327
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  December 1983
(EPA/530-SW -83-001L)

PB92-130 335
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  1984 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-84-017)

PB92-130 343
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1984
(EPA/53OSW-84-017A)

PB92-130 350
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017B)

PB92-130 368
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline Report,  March  1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017C)

PB92-130 376
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline  Report,  April . 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017D)

PB92-130 384
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline  Report,  May  1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017E)
PB92-130 392
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  June  1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017F)

PB92-130 400
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,   July  1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017G)

PB92-130 418
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline  Report, August  1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017H)

PB92-130 426
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017I)

PB92-130 434
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October  1984
(ERA/530-SW-84-017J)

PB92-130 442
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report. November 1984
(EPA/530-SW-84-017K)

PB92-130 459
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1984
(EPA/530-SW -84-017L)

PB92-130 467
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1985 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-85-036)

PB92-130 475
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January  1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036A)

PB92-130 483
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036B)

PB92-130 491
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  March  1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036C)

PB92-130 509
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,   April  1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036D)

PB92-130 517
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,   May  1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036E)

PB92-130 525
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  June  1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036F)

PB92-130 533
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,   July  1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036G)
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PB92-130 541
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, August 1985
(EPA/53OSW-85-036H)

PB92-130 558
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1985
(EPA/530-SW -85-036!)

PB92-130 566
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, October 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036J)

PB92-130 574
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  November 1985
(EPA/530-SW -85-036K)

PB92-130 582
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  December 1985
(EPA/530-SW-85-036L)

PB92-130 590
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  1986 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-86-062)

PB92-130 608
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, January 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062A)

PB92-130 616
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062B)

PB92-130 624
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report,  March 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062C)

PB92-130 632
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly   Hotline  Report,  April 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062D)

PB92-130 640
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly   Hotline  Report,  May 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062E)

PB92-130 657
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly   Hotline  Report,  June 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062F)

PB92-130 665
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly   Hotline  Report,  July 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062G)

PB92-130 673
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, August 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062H)

PB92-130 681
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1986
(EPA/530-SW -86-062!)
PB92-130 699
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, October  1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062J)

PB92-130 707
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062K)

PB92-130 715
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1986
(EPA/530-SW-86-062L)

PB92-130 723
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1987 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-87-032)

PB92-130 731
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, January 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032A)

PB92-130 749
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report. February 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032B)

PB92-130 756
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline  Report, March  1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032C)

PB92-130 764
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  April  1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032D)

PB92-130 772
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  May  1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032E)

PB92-130 780
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  June  1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032F)

PB92-130 798
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  July  1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032G)

PB92-130 806
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline  Report, August  1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032H)

PB92-130 814
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032J)

PB92-130 822
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, October 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032J)

PB92-130 830
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032K)
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PB92-130 848
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1987
(EPA/530-SW-87-032L)

PB92-130 855
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1988 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-88-056)

PB92-130 863
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, January  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056A)

PB92-130 871
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056B)

PB92-130 889
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, March  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056C)

PB92-130 897
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report, April  1988
(EPA/530-SW -88-056D)

PB92-130 905
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report, May  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056E)

PB92-130 913
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  June  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056F)

PB92-130 921
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report, July  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056G)

PB92-130 939
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report,  August  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056H)

PB92-130 947
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056!)

PB92-130 954
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, October  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056J)

PB92-130 962
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056K)

PB92-130 970
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December  1988
(EPA/530-SW-88-056L)

PB92-130 988
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1989 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-89-075)
PB92-130 996
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075A)

PB92-131 002
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075B)

PB92-131 010
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  March  1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075C)

PB92-131 028
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  April  1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075D)

PB92-131 036
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  May  1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075E)

PB92-131 044
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  June  1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075F)

PB92-131 051
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  July  1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075G)

PB92-131 069
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline  Report.  August  1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075H)

PB92-131 077
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075I)

PB92-131 085
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, October 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075J)

PB92-131 093
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075K)

PB92-131 101
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1989
(EPA/530-SW-89-075L)

PB92-131 119
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, 1990 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-90-090)

PB92-131 127
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, January  1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090A)

PB92-131 135
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090B)
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PB92-131 143
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  March  1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090C)

PB92-131 150
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  April  1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090D)

PB92-131 168
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  May  1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090E)

PB92-131 176
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  June  1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090F)

PB92-131 184
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline  Report,  July  1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090G)

PB92-131 192
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline Report, August  1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090H)

PB92-131 200
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090I)

PB92-131 218
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline Report, October  1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090J)

PB92-131 226
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  November 1990
(EPA/530SW-90-090K)

PB92-131 234
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  December 1990
(EPA/530-SW-90-090L)

PB92-131 242
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report,  1991 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-SW-91-093)

PB92-131 259
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline Report, January  1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093A)

PB92-131 267
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February  1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093B)

PB92-131 275
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly  Hotline Report,  March  1991
(EPA/530SW-91-093C)

PB92-131 283
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, April 1991 (EPA/530-
SW-91-093D)
PB92-131 291
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, May 1991 (EPA/530-
SW-91-093E)

PB92-131 309
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, June 1991 (EPA/530-
SW-91-093F)

PB92-131 317
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, July 1991 (EPA/530-
SW-91-093G)

PB92-131 325
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, August 1991 (EPA/530-
SW-91-093H)

PB92-131 333
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, September 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093I)

PB92-131 341
RCRA/Superfund  Monthly Hotline Report, October 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093J)

PB92-131 358
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, November 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093K)

PB92-131 366
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, December 1991
(EPA/530-SW-91-093L)

PB92-131 382
Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982 to
December 1991) (EPA/530-SW-91-094)

PB92-131 390
Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991 Monthly Hotline Re-
ports (EPA/530-SW-91-093N)

PB92-149 277
Best Demonstrated  Available  Technology  (BOAT)  Back-
ground Document for Quality Assurance/Quality Control Pro-
cedures and Methodology (Final) (EPA/530-R-92-002)

PB92-149 285
State Programs Advisory Number Nine (EPA/530-R-92-001)

PB92-154 947
Technical Implementation Document for EPA's Boiler and In-
dustrial Furnace Regulations (EPA-530-R-92-011)

PB92-162 551
Preliminary Use and Substitutes Analysis of Lead and Cad-
mium in Products in Municipal Solid Waste (EPA/530-R-92-
010)

PB92-162 569
Characterization of Products Containing Mercury in Munici-
pal Solid Waste in the United States. 1970 to 2000 (EPA/530-
R-92-013)
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PB92-169 390
Proceedings of the Sixth  National United States Environ-
mental Protection  Agency  Conference on Household  Haz-
ardous Waste Management (Seattle, Washington, December
3-7 1991)(EPA/530-R-92-016)

PB92-180 090
Abstracts of  Selected  Precious  Metal  Mines'  Permits
(EPA/530-R-92-009)

PB92-180 108
Directory of Mine Waste Characterization and Drainage Qual-
ity Contacts  in Western Governors'  Association  Member
States (EPA/530-R-92-007)

PB92-182 518
RCRA Permit  Policy Compendium Update Package;  Revi-
sion I (EPA/530-R-92-018)

PB92-183 201
Background Document for the Liquid Release Test; Single
Laboratory  Evaluation  and   1988   Collaborative Study
(EPA/530-SW-91-079)

PB92-190 107
Inactive  and  Abandoned  Noncoal Mines  (Complete  Set)
(EPA/530-R-92-005)

PB92-190 115
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines — A Scoping Study
(EPA/530-R-92-005a)

PB92-190 123
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal  Mines  — State Reports
(EPA/530-R-92-005b)

PB92-190 131
Inactive and Abandoned Noncoal Mines — Appendix: State
Reports (EPA/530-R-92-005c)

PB92-190 149
Projected Regulatory, Programmatic,  and  Fiscal Impacts of
EPA's Strawman II on State Mine Waste Management Pro-
grams (Complete Set) (EPA/530-R-92-008)
PB92-190 156
Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and Fiscal Impacts of
EPA's Strawman  II on State Mine Waste Management Pro-
grams; Volume I; Summary Report (EPA/530-R-92-008a)

PB92-190 164
Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and Fiscal Impacts of
EPA's Strawman  II on State Mine Waste Management Pro-
grams; Volume II: State Reports of Western Governors' Asso-
ciation Mine Waste Task Force States (EPA/530-R-92-008b)

PB92-190 172
Projected Regulatory, Programmatic, and Fiscal Impacts of
EPA's Strawman  II on State Mine Waste Management Pro-
grams; Volume III: Appendix: State Reports (EPA/530-R-92-
008c)

PB92-922 400
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Reports, 1992 (Complete
Set) (EPA/530-R-92-014)

PB92-922 401
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report, January  1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014a)

PB92-922 402
RCRA/Superfund Monthly Hotline Report, February  1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014b)

PB92-922 403
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline Report,  March  1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014C)

PB92-922 404
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline  Report, April  1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014d)

PB92-922 405
RCRA/Superfund Monthly  Hotline  Report, May  1992
(EPA/530-R-92-014e)
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055-000-00364-5
RCRA Orientation Manual: 1990 Edition (EPA/53QSW-9&036)

869-013-00146-0
Forty CFR Parts 190-259

869-013-00147-8
Forty CFR Parts 260-299

* 955-001-000 00-1
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods; Third Edition; Volumes IA, IB, 1C, and II (EPA/SW-
846)

* 955-001-00 000-1
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste: Physical/Chemical
Methods;  Third  Edition:  Proposed  Update  Package
(EPA/SW-846.3-1)
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Documents that are ordered through OSW are free. To order, either call the RCRA/Superfund Hotline or mail in this form with
your request.

 Phone:                                           Mail to:
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 424-9346, TDD (800).553-7672 (hearing impaired); in Wash-        Environmental Protection Agency
 ington, DC, the number ,s (703) 920-9810,  TDD (703) 486-    ^ M ^ sw

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 424-9346, TDD (800) 553-7672 (hearing impaired), in Wash-   y s Environmental Protection Agency
 mgton, DC, the number is (703) 920-9810, TDD (703) 486-                           u  y

                                                 Washington, DC 20460


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Documents that are ordered through OSW are free. To order, either call the RCRA/Superfund Hotline or mail in this form with
your request.

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 424-9346, TDD (800) 553-7672 (hearing impaired), in Wash-   y s Environmentฃd Protection Agency
 ington, DC, the number is (703) 920-9810, TDD (703) 486-   4Q1 M ^^ gw           y   y

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Telephone Orders
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Method of Payment

Customers may pay for reports (and other NTIS products
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Canada, and Mexico only.

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A $3.00 handling fee per total order (not per item) applies to
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Orders for technical reports are generally shipped within 3 to
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Rush Service

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day or by overnight courier in the United States or by Air Mail
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National Technical Information Service
Springfield, VA 22161
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FAX this form (703)321-8547
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Springfield, VA 22161
                            NTIS  Order  Form
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FAX this form (703) 321-8547
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International shipping: Regular service: Printed reports and microfiche copies are shipped surface mail.
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the master archival copy. These printed-to-order copies are the best possible
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Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954
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                  (202) 783-3238
                  8A.M.-4P.M.
                  eastern time
     To fax your publication orders  (202) 512-2250
     To fax your subscription orders (202) 512-2233
  Customer's Name and Address

  Name
  Attn:
  Street Address
  City
                                State
                                           ZIP
 Daytime Telephone  C      )	
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Send To: (If other than address at left)
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City State
ZIP

Your Purchase Order No.
Price Quote Identifier
Date

                                                             Account Number
Publications
Qty.






Unit of
Issue






Stock Number






Title






Price
Each






Total for Publications
Subscriptions
Qty.



List ID



Title



Price
Each



Total for Subscriptions
Please Choose Method of Payment: Total cost of order
Total
Price








Total
Price





CH Check payable to the Superintendent of Documents
dH GPO Deposit Account   I   I  I  I   I  I  I   I - CH
    VISA or MasterCard Account
                  1
         1 (Credit card expiration date month/year)
               Shipping
               The Superintendent of Documents pays for normal shipping. United
               Parcel Service (UPS), first class, airmail services, and other special
               shipping means are available for an additional charge. Please contact
               us at (202) 783-3238 in advance for rates if you desire this service, and
               indicate on your order if you desire special postage.
 (Signature)

 About Your Order
 Prices are subject to change. You may want to verify prices and
 stock availability by calling the Order Desk at (202) 783-3238.

 Please allow a minimum of four weeks for domestic delivery  of
 publications and six weeks for domestic delivery of subscriptions.
 Allow an additional six weeks for international delivery.

 Customer Service
 For questions concerning previously placed publication orders call
 (202) 512-2457 or fax (202) 512-2164. For questions concerning.
 previously placed subscription orders call (202) 512-2303 or fax
 (202)512-2168.
               Unit of Issue

                  EA
                  KT
                  PD
                  PK
                  SE
    Explanation

Each - single copy
Kit of multiple items
Pad - multiple sheets
Package-multiple copies
Set of multiple items
               When ordering items sold in packs or
               pads, please order in those units and
               not the quantity contained in the pack-
               age or pad.
                                                                                          FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
       Publications
      Subscriptions
Special shipping charges
International handling 	
Special charges   . . 	
OPNR	 _
                            UPNS
                            Balance Due
                            Discount
                            Refund
               Please see reverse side of this form for additional ordering information.

                     Thank you for your order!
                                                                                                  GPO Form 34X (R 5/91)

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How to Remit
To speed the processing of your order, please be sure to complete
this special order form carefully. Photocopies of the form are
acceptable.

Our regulations require payment in advance of shipment. Your
check or money order should be made payable to the Superinten-
dent of Documents. Your order may also be charged to a VISA,
MasterCard, or prepaid Superintendent of Documents deposit
account. If a credit card is used, please be sure to include the date
of expiration. Postage stamps and currency are not acceptable
forms of payment

When ordering publications other than subscriptions, type or print
the stock number, quantity, title, price, and total payment enclosed.

When ordering a single issue of a subscription, type or print the
complete title of the subscription, the list ID or the stock number of
the issue ordered (when available), the single copy price, and all
data pertaining to the requested issue (issue date,  volume number,
issue number, etc.).

When ordering subscriptions, type or print the quantity, list ID,
title, unit price, and total payment enclosed. All subscriptions are
for one year unless otherwise noted. Subscribers will be notified in
ample time to renew. [Mail original of form to Superintendent of
Documents, P.O. Box 371954, Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954.]


Telephone Orders
Orders can be charged to a VISA, MasterCard, or prepaid Superin-
tendent of  Documents Deposit Account by calling our Order Desk
at (202) 783-3238 between 8 AM and 4 PM eastern time, Monday
through Friday. To fax your subscription/combination order use
(202) 512-2233; to fax your publication/or single issue  subscription
order use (202) 512-2250 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Please wait for at least 4 weeks for publications and 6 weeks for
subscriptions before inquiring about your order. For inquiries on
subscriptions, write to Subscription Service Section, U.S. Govern-
ment Printing Office, Stop: SSOM, Washington, DC 20402-9375.
(Call (202) 512-2303 or fax (202) 512-2168 for subscription inquir-
ies.) For publications other than subscriptions, write to Publications
Service Section, U.S. Government Printing Office, Stop: SSOS,
Washington, DC 20402-9329. You may also call  (202)  512-2457 or
fax (202) 512-2164 for inquiries concerning publication orders.
Customer Service
Occasionally, errors may occur in the processing of orders. Should
you find an error in your order, please write to the Superintendent
of Documents. All claims must be submitted within 6 months.
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN PUBLICATIONS UNLESS SO
NOTIFIED. We do not accept the return of publications for ex-
change or credit unless an error was made by this Office in filling
your order. Please remember that all sales are final.
Bookdealers
Designated bookdealers and educational institution bookstores are
authorized a 25-percent discount on the domestic price of any
publication ordered if delivered to the dealer's normal place of
business. This rule applies to single as well as multiple copies of a
publication, except on items specifically designated "no discount
allowed." No discounts are allowed when the publication, pam-
phlet, periodical, or subscription service is mailed to a third party
(unless in quantities of 100 or more), or on those periodicals or
subscription services which fall into a special pricing category. The
maximum discount allowed is 25 percent.

Orders of 100 or More Copies
Any customer ordering 100 or more copies of a single subscription
or other publication for delivery to a single destination will be
allowed a 25-percent discount on the domestic price of the item
(except those items specifically designated "no discount allowed").


Deposit Accounts
A deposit account may be established by sending a  minimum of
$50.00 and receiving a unique deposit account number, which can
be used to charge future purchases. Order blanks are provided and
monthly statements are mailed to customers with active deposit
accounts. Telephone orders will be accepted on any deposit
account if sufficient funds are available in the account. For more
information, please write:

      Superintendent of Documents
      Deposit Accounts Section
      Stop: SSOR
      U.S. Government Printing Office
      Washington, DC 20402
You may also fax (202) 512-1356.

International Orders
Orders sent directly to GPO for delivery outside the U.S. will be
subject to a 25-percent surcharge for special handling required by
international mailing regulations. Such orders will be shipped by
surface mail. Airmail delivery is available at additional cost based
on the International Postal Zone of the recipient. If you wish to
have your order sent by air, you should contact us in advance by
mail, telephone (202-783-3238), telex (710-822-9413 USGPO
WSH), or fax (202-512-2250) for the total cost of your order. Re-
mittance in U.S. dollars should accompany every order sent
directly to GPO. We accept as remittance: checks drawn on U.S. or
Canadian banks, UNESCO  coupons, International Postal Money
Orders, charges to prepaid Superintendent of Documents or NTIS
deposit accounts and international VISA and MasterCard accounts.
Please include your credit card number and date of expiration with
your charge order. Checks and  money orders should be made
payable to the Superintendent of Documents.
  Note; We cannot accept checks drawn on Canadian banks for less
  than U S $4.00. Orders sent directly to GPO must be in English. We
  cannot accept foreign currency, checks on foreign banks, or postage
  stamps. Allow a minimum of 10 weeks for delivery.

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                U.S. Government
                BOOKS
Publications for sale by the Government Printing Office

Please Type or Print (Form is aligned for typewriter use.)
MAIL ORDER TO:

Superintendent of Documents
P.O. Box 371954
Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954
                                                                      ORDER BY PHONE:

                                                                                   (202) 783-3238
                                                                                   8 A.M.-4 P.M.
                                                                                   eastern time
                                                                       To fax your publication orders  (202) 512-2250
                                                                       To fax your subscription orders (202) 512-2233
  Customer's Name and Address
  Name
  Attn:
  Street Address
  City
                                State
ZIP
                  Send To: (If other than address at left)
                   Name
                  Attn:
                  Street Address
                  City
                                                                                        State
              ZIP
Daytime Telephone  (      )	
(In case we have a question)    AREA CODE
                                                 YES  NO
May we make your name/address available to other mailers? D  D
                  Your Purchase Order No.

                  Price Quote Identifier	
                  Account Number
                                                                                                 Date
Publications
Qty.






Unit of
Issue






Stock Number






Title






Price
Each






Total for Publications
Subscriptions
Qty.



List ID



Title



Price
Each



Total for Subscriptions
Please Choose Method of Payment: Total cost of order
Total
Price








Total
Price





    Check payable to the Superintendent of Documents
GPO Deposit Account   IT
                                   Tm-n
    VISA or MasterCard Account
                         n
     |  |  [(Credit card expiration date month/year)
                Shipping
               The Superintendent of Documents pays for normal shipping.  United
               Parcel Service (UPS), first class, airmail services, and other special
               shipping means are available for an additional charge. Please contact
               us at (202) 783-3238 in advance for rates if you desire this service, and
               indicate on your order if you desire special postage.
(Signature)
About Your Order
Prices are subject to change. You may want to verify prices and
stock availability by calling the Order Desk at (202) 783-3238.

Please allow a minimum of four weeks for domestic delivery  of
publications and six  weeks for domestic delivery of subscriptions.
Allow an additional six weeks for international delivery.

Customer Service
For questions concerning previously placed publication orders call
(202) 512-2457 or fax (202) 512-2164. For questions concerning.
previously placed subscription orders call (202) 512-2303 or fax
(202)512-2168.
               Unit of Issue

                  EA
                  KT
                  PD
                  PK
                  SE
                                                                     Explanation

                                                                 Each - single copy
                                                                 Kit of multiple items
                                                                 Pad - multiple sheets
                                                                 Package-multiple copies
                                                                 Set of multiple items
               When ordering items sold in packs or
               pads, please order in those units and
               not the quantity contained in the pack-
               age or pad.
                                                                                          FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
       Publications _
      Subscriptions.
Special shipping charges .
International handling 	
Special charges.... 	
OPNR	 _
                                                                                             UPNS
                                                                                             Balance Due
                                                                                             Discount
                                                                                             Refund
               Please see reverse side of this form for additional ordering information.

                     Thank you for your order!
                                                                                                   GPO Form 3430 (R 5/91]

-------
How to Remit
To speed the processing of your order, please be sure to complete
this special order form carefully. Photocopies of the form are
acceptable.

Our regulations require payment in advance of shipment. Your
check or money order should be made payable to the Superinten-
dent of Documents. Your order may also be charged to a VISA,
MasterCard, or prepaid Superintendent of Documents deposit
account. If a credit card is used, please be sure to include the date
of expiration. Postage stamps and currency are not acceptable
forms of payment

When ordering publications other than subscriptions, type or print
the stock number, quantity, title, price, and total payment enclosed.

When ordering a single issue of a subscription, type or print the
complete title of the subscription, the  list ID or the stock number of
the issue ordered (when available), the single copy price, and all
data pertaining to the requested issue (issue date, volume number,
issue number, etc.).

When ordering subscriptions, type or  print the quantity, list ID,
title, unit price, and total payment enclosed. All subscriptions are
for one year unless otherwise noted. Subscribers will be notified in
ample time to renew. [Mail original of form to Superintendent of
Documents, P.O. Box 371954, Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954.]


Telephone Orders
Orders can be charged to a VISA, MasterCard, or prepaid Superin-
tendent of Documents Deposit Account by calling our Order Desk
at (202) 783-3238 between 8 AM and 4 PM eastern time, Monday
through Friday. To fax your subscription/combination order use
(202) 512-2233; to fax your publication/or single issue subscription
order use (202) 512-2250 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Please wait for at least 4 weeks for publications and 6 weeks for
subscriptions before inquiring about your order. For inquiries on
subscriptions, write to Subscription Service Section, U.S. Govern-
ment Printing Office, Stop: SSOM, Washington, DC 20402-9375.
(Call (202) 512-2303 or fax (202)  512-2168  for subscription inquir-
ies.) For publications other than subscriptions, write to Publications
Service Section, U.S.  Government Printing Office, Stop: SSOS,
Washington, DC 20402-9329. You may also call (202) 512-2457 or
fax (202) 512-2164 for inquiries concerning  publication orders.
 Customer Service
 Occasionally, errors may occur in the processing of orders. Should
 you find an error in your order, please write to the Superintendent
 of Documents. All claims must be submitted within 6 months.
 PLEASE DO NOT RETURN PUBLICATIONS UNLESS SO
 NOTIFIED. We do not accept the return of publications for ex-
 change or credit unless an error was made by this Office in filling
 your order. Please remember that all sales are final.
Bookdealers
Designated bookdealers and educational institution bookstores are
authorized a 25-percent discount on the domestic price of any
publication ordered if delivered to the dealer's normal place of
business. This rule applies to single as well as multiple copies of a
publication, except on items specifically designated "no discount
allowed." No discounts are allowed when the publication, pam-
phlet, periodical, or subscription service is mailed to a third party
(unless in quantities of 100 or more), or on  those periodicals or
subscription services which fall into a special pricing category. The
maximum discount allowed is 25 percent.

Orders of 100 or More Copies
Any customer ordering 100 or more copies of a single subscription
or other publication for delivery to a single destination will be
allowed a 25-percent discount on the domestic price of the item
(except those items specifically designated  "no discount allowed").


Deposit Acco^T,
A deposit accounl'lmay be established by sending a minimum of
$50.00 and receiving a unique deposit account number, which can
be used to charge future purchases. Order blanks are provided and
monthly statements are mailed to customers with active deposit
accounts. Telephone orders will be accepted on any deposit
account if sufficient funds are available in the account. For more
information, please write:

      Superintendent of Documents
      Deposit Accounts Section
      Stop: SSOR
      U.S. Government Printing Office
      Washington, DC 20402
You may also fax (202) 512-1356.

International  Orders
Orders sent directly to GPO for delivery outside the U.S. will be
subject to a 25-percent surcharge for special handling required by
international mailing regulations. Such orders will be shipped by
surface mail. Airmail delivery is available at additional cost based
on the International Postal Zone of the recipient. If you wish to
have your order sent by air, you should contact us in advance by
mail, telephone  (202-783-3238), telex (710-822-9413 USGPO
WSH), or fax (202-512-2250) for the total cost of your order. Re-
mittance in U.S. dollars should accompany every order sent
directly to GPO. We accept as remittance: checks drawn  on U.S. or
Canadian banks, UNESCO coupons, International Postal Money
Orders, charges to prepaid Superintendent of Documents or NTIS
deposit accounts and international VISA and MasterCard accounts.
Please include your credit card number and date of expiration with
your charge order. Checks and money orders should be made
payable to the Superintendent of Documents.
   Note: We cannot accept checks drawn on Canadian banks for less
   than U.S $4.00. Orders sent directly to GPO must be in English We
   cannot accept foreign currency, checks on foreign banks, or postage
   stamps. Allow a minimum of 10 weeks for delivery.
                                                                                             * U.S.  G.P.O.:1992-330-884

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