WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460

                                April  24,  1987
                                                                    OFFICE OF
                                                         SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE



SUBJECT:   Final Monthly Report  - RCRA/Superfund Industry Assistance Hotline Report
           for February 1987
                                                           r**^  ,
FROM:      Thea McManus, Officepf Solid Waste  f\>y"  Jt

           Hubert Watters,i'0ff ice of Emergency and Remedial Response

TO:        See list  of addressees

 This report is prepared and submitted for EPA contract No. 68-01-7371.

I.   ACTIVITIES                                                                     \

     A.  The Hotline received 6,398 calls during February.  Hotline staff
         responded to 7,970 questions and requests for documents during February.

     B.  On February 11, Paul Cassidy of OSW briefed the Hotline on the
         proposed rule on containerized liquids in landfills (51 _FR 46824).
         Major topics discussed  included the liquids release test (LRT),
         absorbent biodegradability, and the paint filter test.

     C.  On February 12, Hotline staff members met with Chuck Carpenter and
         Alicia Corley of OWPE and Pat Murray  and George Bonina of OSW to
         discuss the Hazardous Waste Data Management System (HWDMS).  The
         Hotline frequently receives inquiries on the permitting and compliance
         status of facilities as well as the number and names of generators
         and facilities.  Being  more informed  on what types of information is
         available in HWDMS is most helpful in responding to these requests.

    D.  On February  25, John Cross of OWPE briefed the Hotline on CERCLA
        enforcement.  He highlighted and discussed the major enforcement
        related implementation activities under the Superfund Amendments and
        Reauthorization Act (SARA).

    E.  Hotline staff started attending the Superfund Amendments and
        Reauthorization Act (SARA) workgroups  as observers to keep up-to-
        date with EPA's implementation activities under SARA.  Attending
        these workgroups will make the Hotline more cognizant of the
        development  processes, major issues, and decision milestones involved
        in the development of regulations and  guidance.

     F.  Hotline management net with Thea McManus,  Joan Warren and Mary Jean
         DePont of OSW to discuss the various reports generated by the new
         Hotline phone system.   Wbrk is ongoing to identify the phone reports
         which EPA will receive regularly on the Hotline operations.

     G.  During February, OSW and Hotline staff have met frequently to discuss
         the February 2, 1987 AMS joint RCRA Docket and RCRA/Superfund Hotline
         Automated Information System Study.  AMS staff briefed OSW and
         Hotline staff on the study.   Hotline staff met with OSW staff to
         discuss their comments on the study.  The Hotline has reviewed the
         report thoroughly and  has prepared comments.

     A.   RCRA

     1.   Small Quantity Generator Determination

         A recycler regenerates listed spent solvent (F005)  that he receives
         from off-site.  The recycler burns the still bottoms and a portion
         of the reclaimed solvent on-site in an industrial furnace.  He
         sells the remaining reclaimed solvent to two companies: one that will
         burn it as fuel and one that will use the solvent for its solvent
         properties.  How does the recycler count the still bottoms and
         reclaimed solvent for the purpose of small quantity generator monthly
         quantity determinations?

              The recycler must include the still bottoms-in his quantity
              determinations because they are hazardous waste generated on-
              site and burned for energy recovery.  As a hazardous waste
              fuel, they are subject to 40 CFR Part 266 Subpart D.  According
              to 261.5(c), a generator must count wastes subject to Part 266
              subpart D in his monthly quantity determination.   The reclaimed
              solvent fuels that are burned on-site and marketed off-site are
              subject to Part 266 Subpart D and the counting requirements.

              The only waste quantity that the recycler does not include in
              his quantity determinations is the reclaimed solvent that will
              be used for its solvent properties.  40 CFR 261.3(c)(2)(i)
              exempts reclaimed materials that will be used beneficially from
              regulation as wastes as long as they are not burned for energy
              recovery or used in a manner constituting disposal.   Because
              the reclaimed solvent will be used as a solvent and not a fuel
              or product applied to the land, it would not be included in the
              monthly quantity determinations.

              Source:      Mike Petruska          (202) 475-8551
              Specialist:  Jennifer Brock         (202) 382-3112

2.  F006
    F006 is specifically electroplating wastewater treatment sludge.
    If a corrosive electroplating wastewater is drunnied up and shipped
    off-site without treatment it is classified as D002.  This waste
    goes to an acid waste treatment facility where it is mixed with
    other various types of acid wastes.  Is the sludge from this treatment
    process going to be classified as F006?

         Yes, since some of the waste is electroplating wastewater, the
         sludge is partly derived from the wastewater and will meet the
         definition of F006.

         Source:      Steve Hirsch           (202) 382-7706
         Specialist:  Randy Eicher           (202) 382-3112
3.  Liquids in Landfills

    In the "Statutory Interpretative Guidance on the Prohibition of
    Liquid Hazardous Waste in Landfill", May 6, 1985, the discussion of
    chemical stablization indicates that the stablized material must
    achieve a strength of at least 50 p.s.i. and pass the paint filter
    test for free liquids.  Does the Agency require that the waste has
    fully achieved the 50 p.si. level or above before disposal or that
    the waste just pass the paint filter test?

         Section 3004(c)(l) prohibits the disposal in a landfill of bulk
         liquids to which absorbents have been added.  The Agency has
         not issued regulations prescribing a method to determine whether
         absorbents have been added, but the guidance does recommend
         the owner/operator provide a one-time demonstration that 50
         p.s.i. can be achieved.  The waste need only pass the paint
         filter test once the initial one time demonstration that the
         process will achieve at least 50 p.s.i. has been completed.

         Source:      Paul Cassidy           (202) 382-4682
         Specialist:  Randy Eicher           (202) 382-3112
4.  Land Disposal Restrictions

    The Nbventoer 7,  1986 Federal Register (51 FR 40572),  land disposal
    restrictions final rule,  states that the storage of hazardous waste
    which is restricted from land disposal is prohibited  unless conditions
    are met under 268.50.

    A generator has  interim status to store waste on-site.  The generator
    wants to store his waste for up to one year to accumulate the waste
    as necessary to  facilitate proper recovery, treatment and disposal
    in accordance with 268.50(b) (51 FR 40572).  When does the one year

         Storage of restricted wastes by permitted or interim status
         facilities is allowed solely for the purpose of accumulating
         sufficient quantities to facilitate proper treatment,  recovery
         or disposal.  The one-year period acts as a bench-mark to determine
         which party (EPA or the storage facility) bears the burden of
         proof to demonstrate that storage is for the allowable reasons.
         For storage of one year or less, the burden is on EPA to demonstrate
         non-compliance.  For storage  more than one-year,  the burden
         is on the facility owner or operator to demonstrate that such
         storage time is necessary.  The owner/operator does not have to
         notify the agency of storage for more than one year.  The
         burden of proof only applies in the event of an EPA inspection
         or for enforcement purposes.

         For a generator with interim status or a permit to store
         hazardous wastes, the one year begins on the date the waste is
         first placed in the tank or container.  If the generator
         accumulated the waste prior to the effective date of the land
         disposal restrictions final rule (51 PR 40572), the waste is
         not subject to the rule.  Therefore, tEe generator can store
         his waste indefinitely since he has interim status to store a
         hazardous waste.

         The November 7, 1986 land disposal restrictions final rule
         (51 FR 40572) allows generators to gain interim status if
         compliance with the land disposal restrictions requires storage
         for more than 90 days.

         Source:    Mitch Kidwell     (202) 382-4805
         Research:  Carla Rellergert  (202) 382-3112
5.  Appealing a Petition Denial

    A generator submitted a petition under 260.22 to amend Part 261 to
    exclude a hazardous waste produced at a particular facility, but
    the Agency's final decision was to deny the petition.   What options
    does the generator have for appealing the Agency's decision to deny
    the petition?

         A generator who has had his petition denied by the Agency may
         appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia
         Circuit, pursuant to 7006(a)(l) of RCRA.

         The generator may also wish to petition the Agency for
         reconsideration of the decision.  Denial of a delisting petition
         is a final Agency action, however, and a petition for
         reconsideration does not extend the time to file suit in court.

         Source:    Steven Hirsch  (202) 382-7706
         Research:  Joe Nixon      (202) 382-3112


     1.  Worker Protection Standards

         Section 126(e) of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act
         (SARA) requires the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
         (OSHA) to issue interim final regulations concerning worker protection
         standards for employees engaged in hazardous waste operations, within
         60 days after the enactment date of SARA.  OSHA responded with the
         issuance of an interim final rule in the Federal Register on
         December 19, 1986 (51 FR 45654).  The interim final regulations
         amend the OSHA employee protection standards found in Subpart H of
         29 CFR Part  1910.  The interim final rule became effective immediately
         and regulates employee safety and health at hazardous waste operations
         and during emergency response to hazardous substance incidents.  The
         interim final regulations shall apply until final regulations become
         effective.  However, OSHA does not have jurisdiction over state and
         local government employees.  This role was left up to the individual
         states.  Twenty-five states have their own OSHA approved occupational
         safety and health plans.  These states must develop a comparable
         standard applicable to both private and public (state and local
         government employees) sectors within six months of the publication
         date of the interim final rule or show OSHA why there is no need for
         action, e.g., because an existing state standard covering this area
         is already "at least as effective" as the new Federal standard
         (51 FR 45662, December 19, 1986).  What protection standards will
         apply to employees of state and local governments in the remaining
         25 states which do not have an OSHA approved state plan?

              Employees of state and local governments in the remaining 25
              states which do not have an OSHA approved state plan are not
              subject to the interim final worker protection standards.  Section
              126(f) of SARA addresses the coverage of these state and local
              employees in states without an approved OSHA plan.  Within 90
              days after OSHA promulgates the final regulations on worker
              protection standards, EPA shall promulgate identical standards.
              These EPA standards will apply to employees of state and local
              governments in states without an approved OSHA plan.

              The final OSHA regulations (which will be duplicated by EPA)
              include worker protection provisions relating to site analysis;
              training; medical surveillance; protective equipment; engineering
              controls; maximum exposure limits; informational program;
              handling; new technology program; decontamination procedures;
              and emergency response.  OSHA must promulgate these final
              standards within one year after the enactment date of SARA per
              SARA section 126(a).  The final regulations will be effective
              within one year after the promulgation date (section 126(c) of

              Source:    Joe Freedman  (202) 382-7700
                         Elva Slagle   (202) 382-2997

              Research:  Caroline Danek  (202) 382-3112


2.  Contractor Indemnification

    Does the contractor indemnification provision which was added to
    CERCLA by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986
    (SARA 119(c)) extend to subcontractors or EPA contractors who are
    transporting hazardous substances from a CERCLA site?

         Yes it may.  Section 119(c) of CERCLA,  as amended, authorizes
         EPA to indemnify response action contractors for third party
         liabilities arising from a release of hazardous substances due
         to the contractors'  negligence.  Both EPA response contractors
         and their subcontractors are eligible for indemnification.  EPA
         is developing guidelines regarding the nature and extent of the
         indemni fication.

         Source:    Tom Gillis    (202) 382-4524
         Research:  Deborah McKie (202) 382-3112

Manufacturers 5.0%
Generators 24 . 4&
Transporters 2.0%
TSDF's 9.0%
EPA HQ's 3.0%
EPA Regions 2.4%
Federal Agencies 2.0%
Local Agencies 2.0%
Breakdown of calls by EPA Regions:
1 5.4% 3 22.5%
2 12.4% 4 11.0%
Internat ional 0.4%
General Information 477
3010 Notification 99
260.10 Definitions 89
260.22 Petitions/Delisting 34
261.2 Solid Waste
Definition 177
261.3 Hazardous Waste
Definition 281
261-C Characteristic HW 368
261-D Listed HW 352
261.4 Exclusions 112
261.5 Small Quantity
Generators 125
261.6 Recycling Standards 102
266-C Use Constituting Disposal 8
266-D HW Burned for
Energy Recovery 83
266-E Used Oil Burned for
Energy Recovery 115
266-F Precious Metal Reclamation 15
266-G Spent Lead-Acid Battery
Reclamation 29
261.7 Container Residues 42
262 Generator (Gen'l) 88
100-1000 kg/too, generator 92
Manifest Info 88
Pre-transport 18
Accumulation 101
Recordkeeping & Reporting 34
International Shipments 19
263 Transporter 58
264/265 TSDF
A-Scope/Applicability 80
B-General Facility Stdrds. 20

State Agencies 4.4%
Consultants 32.0%
Press 0.4%
Trade Associations 0.6%
Citizens 4.0%
UST 0/0 3.6%
Used Oil Handlers 2.2%
Others 3.4%
5 12.0% 7 6.0%
6 9.2% 8 4.0%
C-Preparedness/Prevent ion
D-Contingency Plans
E-Mani f es t/Recordkeep ing/
F-Ground-Water Monitoring
H-Financial Requirements
K-Surface Impoundments
L-Waste Piles
M-Land Treatment
P-Thermal Treatment
Q-Chem. , Phy s . , Bio . Treatment
R-Underground Injection
Part 268-Land Disposal
Part 269-Air Emissions
270 B - Permit Application
D - Changes to Permit
F - Special Permits
G - Interim Status
271 State Programs
124 Administrative Procedures
Liabi 1 i ty /Enforcement
Corrective Action
HSWA General
Waste Minimization
Subtitle D
Document Requests

9 13.5%
10 4.0%

                                      CERCIA AND UST
CERCLA. (as amended by SARA)

General/Overview             112
Access & Information
Allocations from Fund/
   Fund Balancing	
CEPP/"Right to Know"
CERCLA Reauthorization
CERCLIS/103(c) Notification  43

Citizen Suits
Federal Facilities
Clean-Up Standards (ARARs)    44

Contractor Indemnification     4
Exposure Assessment/Public
Health Evaluation             22
Hazardous Substances/RQ	146


Mandatory Schedules	

Natural Resource Damages	4

Off-Site Policy	

On-Site Policy	
Pollution Liability Insurance	1_

RD&D/Training	13_

RI/FS - RODs	19_

Radon                            10


Document Requests_


 UST Program

    regulated substance
 Interim Prohibition
 Tank Standards:
    leak detection_
                                                  Corrective Action_

                                                  Other Provisions
                                                  Document Requests

                                                  SUBTOTAL (UST)

                                                  RCRA/Superfund Hotline
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                                                  Washington, D.C.  Metro #202-382-3000



      "Procedural Guidance for Review of Exposure Information" September 26,
      1986 is available by calling the Hotline.

      "Strategy for Implementation of the EPA Mandatory Quality Assurance
      Program", March 11, 1980, is available by calling the Quality Assurance
      Office at ORD (202) 382-5763.  The publication number is EPA QAMS 001/80.

      The "RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring Technical Enforcement Guidance Document"
      (TEGD) September 1986, OSWER Directive Number 9950.1 is now available
      through the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) as well as the
      Government Printing Office (GPO).  The NTIS publication number is
      PB-87-107751 and the cost is 30.95.  The phone number for NTIS is (703)
      487-4650.  The GPO Publication number is 005-00-00260-6 and the cost is
      16.95.  The phone number for GPO is (202) 783-3238.

      Interim Final copies of the "Draft Minimum Technology Guidance on Double
      Liner Systems for Landfills and Surface Impoundments  Design Construction
      and Operation" (EPA/530-SW-85-014) and the similar document for single
      liners (EPA/530-SW-85-013) are available by calling Ken Skahn at (202)
      382-4684.  There will be an official notice of availability and request
      for comments in the Federal Register around April 1, 1987.

      "Hazardous Waste:  EPA Has Made Limited Progress in Determining Wastes
      to be Regulated", December 23, 1986, is available from the GAO Report          ^
      Distribution Center by calling (202) 275-6241 or 275-6242.  The
      publication number is GAO/RECD-87-27.

      "Waste Oil Interim Enforcement Guidance" dated November 1986 is available
      by calling Charles Perry at (202) 475-7030.

      "Permit Applicants Guidance Manual for Unsaturated Zone Monitoring at
      Land Treatment Units" (EPA/530-SW-86-040) is available by calling ORD at
      (513) 569-7562.

      "Use of Water Balance Method" (SW-168) is available for copying at the
      RCRA Docket.  There is a copying cost of 20 cents per page beyond 50
      pages.  To make an appointment for copying, call the RCRA Docket at
      (202) 475-9327.

      "Designing and Installing Underground Storage Tanks under the New Federal
      Law", January, 1987, is available by calling the Hotline.

                                            RCRA/Superfund Hotline
                                            National Toll Free #800-424-9346
                                            Washington, D.C.  Metro #202-382-3000

"Site Descriptions for NPL Update Number 6" is available through the Public
Information Center at (800) 828-4445 or (202) 646-6410.

"The Integrated Superfund Comprehensive Accomplishments Plan (SCAP)",
is available by making a written request to:

                       J. Winston Porter, Assistant Administrator
                       Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
                       U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
                       401 M Street, S.W.
                       Washington, D.C.  20460

"Unfinished Business", February, 1987, a document prepared by OPPE
dealing with issues of Superfund, is at the printers.  In order to be
placed on a mailing list for this document, call Pat Neal at
(202) 382-4012.

                                                 RCRA/Superfund Hotline
                                                 National Toll Free #800-424-9346
                                                 Washington, D.C.  Metro #203-382-3000
    Former Notices with Open Comment Period After February 1987
     January 22, 1987; 52 FR 2492
     (proposed amendment to the
     National Priorities List)
     January 26, 1987; 52 FR 2695
     (tentative denial of petitions
     to suspend the lead limit of
     used oil fuels)
     January 27, 1987; 52 FR 2836
     (proposed chemical inventory
     forms and inventory reporting
Proposed sixth update to the National
Priorities List (NPL).  This update
contains 64 sites.  The NPL is Appendix B
to the National Oil and Hazardous
Substances Contingency Plan (NCP).
These sites are being proposed because
they meet the eligibility requirements
of the NPL.  This notice provides the
public with an opportunity to comment
on placing these sites on the NPL.
Comments must be submitted on or before
March 20, 1987.

Notice of tentative determination to
deny petitions that requested the
suspension of the lead limit (lOOppm)
which was placed on used oil fuel that
is to be burned in any boiler or furnace
(November 29, 1985; 50 FR 4964; effective
May 29, 1986).  Comments on this
tentative denial will be accepeted
until March 27, 1987.

Request for comments on the proposed
uniform emergency and hazardous chemical
inventory forms and proposed regulations
to implement the MSDS and inventory
reporting requirements.  Sections 311
and 312 of SARA require EPA to publish
these uniform formats for use by
facilities that are required to prepare
material safety data sheets (MSDS) and
inventory forms.  The information is
to be submitted to local and state
officials and made available to the
public.   Written comments should be
submitted on or before March 30, 1987.
     February Federal Register Notices

     February 4, 1987; 52 FR 3479
     (notice outlining Title III
     petition policy)
Notice outlining EPA's policy on the
petition provisions of section
313(e) of the Superfund Amendments and
Reauthorization Act of 1986, which
allows for petitions from the public
requesting changes to the List of
Toxic Chemicals Subject to Provisions
of Section 314 of the Emergency Planning
and Community Right to Know Act of 1986.

                                            RCRA/Superfund Hotline
                                            National Toll Free #800-424-9346
                                            Washington, D.C.  Metro #203-382-3000
February 4,
(notice of
 1987; 52 FR 3946
a TSDR public
Febuary 5, 1987; 52 FR 3651
(Arizona program modification
compliance schedule)

February 5, 1987; 52 FR 3652
(Guam program modification
compliance shedule)

February 5, 1987; 52 FR 3698
(Leaking Underground Storage
Tanks Trust Fund)
February 5, 1987; 52 FR 3699
(limitations on Superfund
response claims)
February 5, 1987; 52 FR 3748
(proposed rule and notice of
public hearing on air emissions
from hazardous waste treatment,
storage, and disposal
February 10, 1987; 52 PR 4186
(extension of comment period
on Ground-Water Protection
Strategy document)
Announcement of public meeting to address
the ATSDR National Hazardous Substance
Exposure Registry, which is required
by section 104(i) of CERCLA, as amended
by section 110 of SARA.  The meeting
is scheduled for March 23-24, 1987.

Notice of Arizona's compliance schedule
to adopt Federal program modifications
in accordance with Section 271.21(g).

Notice of Guam's compliance schedule
to adopt Federal program modifications
in accordance with section 271.21(g).

Announces the availabily of the Leaking
Underground Storage Tanks Trust Fund
to pay for the cost of certain Federal
and State response and enforcement
activities for releases from underground
storage tanks containing petroleum, as
required by section 9003(h) of RCRA, as
amended by section 522 of SARA.

Advises the public of limitations on
Superfund response claims made by private
parties seeking reimbursement from the
Hazardous Substances Superfund as,
contained in the National Oil and
Hazardous Substances Contingency Plan

Proposed standards to limit emissions
of volatile organics from hazardous
waste treatment, storage and disposal
facilities, as required by Section
3004(h) of RCRA.  Comments will be
accepted until April 6, 1987.  A public
hearing is scheduled for March 23, 1987.

Announces the extension of the public
comment period on the draft "Guidelines
for Ground-Water Protection Strategy"
announced as available in 51 FR 43664.
The deadline for submitting written
public comments has been extended to
March 2, 1987.

                                            National Toll Free #800-424-9346
                                            Washington, D.C.  Metro #203-382-3000
February 11, 1987; 52 FR 4384
(open meeting on major and
minor modifications of RCRA
February 12, 1987; 52 FR 4698
(open meeting of the Science
Advisory Board)
February 17, 1987; 52 FR 4824
(corrections to DOT hazardous
substance final rule)
February 23, 1987; 52 FR 5472
(availability of delisting
petition data)
February 23, 1987; 52 FR 5499
(meeting of the Advisory
Committee negotiating the
Hazardous Waste Injection

February 25, 1985; 52 FR 5578
(availability of information
on uncontrolled hazardous
waste sites)
Notice of an open meeting of the
Advisory Committee negotiating regulations
governing major and minor modifications
of Resource Conservation and Recovery
Act  (RCRA) permits.  The meeting is
scheduled for February 23, 1987.

Notice of an open meeting of the
Science Advisory Board Environmental
Engineering Gonmittee to discuss the
Underground Storage Tanks Failure
Model, the Waste Minimization Research
Plan, the Mining Waste Screening Phase
Risk Assessment Methodology, the
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
Procedure and the Air Emissions
Characteristics Test.  The meeting is
scheduled for March 5-6, 1987.

Corrects the regulatory text of the
DOT final rule amending the Hazardous
Materials Regulations, promulgated
November 21, 1986 (51 FR 42174), which
incorporated CERdA hazardous substances
into the Hazardous Materials Regulations.

Notice of availability of waste sampling
and ground-water monitoring data, submitted
by U.S. Nameplate Company in response
to the proposed denial of their
delisting petition (51 FR 26428).
Comments will be accepted until March 25,

Notice of open meeting of the Advisory
Committee negotiating the Hazardous
Waste Injection Restrictions.  The
meeting is scheduled for March 9-10,

Announcement of the availability of
information generated from the
investigation of uncontrolled hazardous
or potentially hazardous waste sites.
This information may include the
identity, quantity,  physical state,
concentration, and containment of
toxic substances at a site, and their
potential effect on groundwater,
surface water, drinking water, food
chain, soils, and air in the vicinity
of the site.

Frank Biros, WH-527
George Bonina, WH-563
Susan Bronm, WH-563
Karen Brown, PM-220
John Bosky, EPA - Kansas City, KS
Diane Buxbaum, Region II
Richard Clarizio, Region V
Eileen Claussen, WH-562
Pat Cohn, WH-527
Kathy Collier, Research Triangle Park, N.C.
Peter Cook, WH-527
Alan Corson, WH-565
Elizabeth Cotsworth, WH-563
Hans Crump, WH-548B
Truett DeGeare, WH-563
Steve Dorrler, EPA - Edison, NJ
Melinda Downing, DOE
Barbara Elkus, WH-527
Tim Fields, WH-548B
Elaine Fitzback, WH-527
Lisa Friedman, LE-i32S
George Garland, WH-562
John Gilbert, EPA - Cincinnati, OH
lantha Gilmore, WH-562
Peter Guerrero, WH-563
Penny Hansen, WH-562
Bill Hanson, WH-548E
Betti Harris, EPA-Region VII
William Hedeman, WH-556
Lee Herwig, A-104
Hotline Staff
Warren Hull, A-104
Phil Jalbert, WH-548D
Alvin K. Joe, Jr., Geo/Resource
Gary Jonesi, WH-562B
Sylvia Lawrance, WH-527
Carolyn Barley WH-563
Colleen Carruthers WH-548
Jim Jowett, WH-548B
Thad Juszczak, WH-562A
Robert Knox, WH-562
Jack Kooyoomjian, WH-548B
Mike Kosakowski, WH-527
Jerry Kotas, WH-527
Walter Kovalick, WH548
Tapio Kuusinen, PM-223
Robert Landers, EMSL/LV
Carol Lawson, A-107
Steve Leifer, LE-135
Steve Levy, WH-563
Henry Longest, WH-548
Gene Lucero, WH-527
James Makris, WH-548A
Jack McGraw, WH-562A
Scott McPhilamy, Reg. Ill
Tony Montrone, WH-527
Deborah Hartman (WH-527
Sam Napolitano, PM-220
Christina Parker, WH-562
Karen Reed, PM-273
John Riley, WH-548B
Clem Rastatter, WH-548
Dale Ruhter, WH-565
William Sanjour, WH-563
Susan Sawtelle, WH-562
Pam Sbar, LE-134S
Mike Shannon, WH-563
Ken Shuster, WH-565
Elaine Stanley, WH-548
Jack Stanton, WH-527
Devorah Zeitlin WH-562)
Bruce Weddle, WH-563
Steve Wilhelm, Region VII
Marcia Williams, WH-562
Eric Males WH-565
Hazardous Waste Division Directors, Regions I-X
Hazardous Waste Management Branch Chiefs, Regions I-X
Regional Counsel, Regions I-X
Regional Libraries, Regions I-X