WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460         AMP1"*
                                 AUB  (21987
                                                                   OFFICE OF
                                                         SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

SUBJECT:  Final Monthly Report - RCRA/Superfund Industry Assistance
          Hotline Report for May 1987
       Any above-ground portions of a tank system are to be inspected
       daily for leaks and corrosion.  Areas surrounding the externally
       accessible portions of the tank are to be inspected each day as
       well.  In this case, the tank's bottom and the concrete pad cannot
       be observed.  The intent of 40 CFR 264.195 and 265.195 is that all
       accessible and visible above-ground portions of tank systems be
       inspected at least once each operating day.  In a case where the
       tank bottom is obscured from view (e.g.,  sitting on concrete),
       such an inspection is not feasible.  However, special efforts
       should be made to carefully observe any leakage around the base of
       the tank.  Such leakage would indicate releases from the tank

       Furthermore, when secondary containment is provided in accordance
       with 40 CFR 264.193 and 265.193, the owner/operator must also
       provide a leak detection system capable of detecting any release
       from the tank bottom.  Data gathered from leak detection equipment
       also must be inspected each operating day, and the owner/operator
       must inspect overfill controls and cathodic protection systems in
       accordance with 40 CFR 264.195 and 265.195.  However, the owner/
       operator is not required to lift the tank in order to conduct this
       daily inspection.  Likewise, daily internal inspections are not

       Source:(s)  Chester Oszman  (202) 382-4499
                   William Kline   (202) 382-4623

       Research:   Mark Janaskie
2.  Retrofitting Underground Storage Tanks

    When will owner/operators of existing petroleum underground storage
    tanks (USTs) be required to retrofit their tanks for corrosion
    protection and leak detection?

       EPA proposed standards for both new and existing underground
       storage tanks in the April 17, 1987 Federal Register (52 FR
       12662).  Under proposed §280.21, no later than ten years after
       the effective date of the final regulations, all existing UST
       systems must:

       a)  comply with the corrosion protection requirements for new
           UST systems under §280.20; or

       b)  have a field installed cathodic protection system that is
           designed by an independent corrosion expert and maintained
           in accordance with §280.31; or

       c)  permanently close in accordance with §280.80.

       Under proposed §280.40(c),  all existing UST systems must comply
       with the release detection requirements for new USTs according
       to the following schedule:

       existing USTs not protected from corrosion and not constructed of
       non-corrodible materials must have release detection no later than
       three years after the effective date of the final regulations; and

       existing USTs protected from corrosion or constructed of
       non-corrodible material must have release detection no later than
       five years after the effective date of the final regulations.

       There are a number of released detection methods that can be used.
       These include a combination of tank tightness testing and inventory
       control; testing for vapors in the soil; testing for liquids on ground
       water; use of monitoring wells; automatic in-tank monitoring; and
       interstitial monitoring.  Currently,  tightness testing and inventory
       reconciliation are the two most widely used methods of release detec-
       tion.  Both of these methods have the advantage of not requiring
       significant retrofitting and are readily available to the regulated
       community.  Therefore, EPA is proposing to allow the use of a
       combination of infrequent tank tightness testing and inventory

       New UST systems using this combination for release detection would
       be required to conduct a tightness test semi-annually.  However,
       the Agency is proposing that for the ten years following the
       effective date of the final regulations, existing UST systems must
       conduct a tightness test every three years if not protected from
       corrosion or every five years if protected from corrosion.  This
       infrequent testing is only allowed for existing USTs during the
       10 years following the effective date of the regulations.

       Source:    Steve Glomb  (202) 382-5866
       Research:  Chris Bryant
3.  UST Financial Responsibility

    If a service station operator owns the land but a major oil company
    retains title to the underground storage tanks (USTs) and leases
    them to the operator, who is ultimately financially responsible if
    both refuse to take responsibility for obtaining liability insurance?

       Either the tank owner or the operator needs to obtain the required
       coverage.  If neither complies with the requirement then both can
       be subject to enforcement action.

       Source:    Sammy Ng      (202) 382-7903
       Research:  Randy Eicher

4.  Definition of Solid Waste

    A generator generates a 5% solution of sodium hydroxide from his
    metal cleaning operation.  Another facility can use the generator's
    waste as a substitute for a commercial product in their process of
    cleaning out tanks, except the waste is too dilute to be completely
    effective.  If the generator adds 5% sodium hydroxide to his waste
    to be made of 10% a solution, would this material be a solid waste?

       According to Section 261.2(e)(1)(ii), materials are not solid
       waste when they can be shown to be recycled by being used or reused
       as effective substitutes for commercial products.  The waste is
       employed in a particular function or application as an effective
       substitute for a commercial product (40 CFR 261.l(c)(5)(ii).  Since
       it would function as a product in a normal commercial use, it
       would not be a solid waste and is not subject to RCRA Subtitle
       C regulations when generated, transported or used (unless
       accumulated speculatively).

       Source:    Matt Straus         (202) 475-8551
       Research:  Carla Rellergert

5.  Disposal Prior to November 19, 1980

    A tank owner closed a tank which contained waste solvent in 1977.
    The waste solvent was an unlisted, ignitable waste (D001) which
    was pumped out of the tank.  Some ignitable residues remained in the
    tank.  The tank was sealed and has not been used since 1977.  Is
    the tank a RCRA disposal facility?

       The preamble of the May 19, 1980 Federal Register (40 CFR 264 and
       265,  page 33170) specifically states that the regulatory scheme
       of Subtitle C is prospective, i.e., it applies to hazardous waste
       management which takes place after the effective date of the
       Subtitle C regulations.  Inactive (either closed or abandoned)
       disposal facilities could be subject to RCRA §7003 enforcement
       authorities and CERCLA.  If the tank was closed in accordance with
       existing industry practices, it would be an inactive disposal
       facility not subject to RCRA Subtitle C regulation unless the
       waste in the tank is subsequently managed in a manner that would
       constitute treatment storage or disposal.

       Source:    Chet Oszman        (202) 382-4499
       Research:  Becky Cuthbertson

6.  Hazardous Waste Tanks

    An existing above-ground hazardous waste tank is moved to another
    location at the same facility.  Does it become subject to new tank
    standards when it is moved?  What would the situation be if the tank
    was underground?

       For both above-ground and underground tanks, the tank would be
       classified as a new tank after being moved and reinstalled (see 50
       FR 25446, July 4, 1986).  The tank would be subject to the
       requirements for new tank systems.  The tank would have to be
       reinstalled with secondary containment meeting the requirements
       specified in §264.193(a) or 265.193.

       Source:    Chet Oszman         (202) 382-4499
       Research:  Randy Eicher
7.  Applicability of Contingent Closure and Post-Closure Plans
    Section 264.197(c)(1) and (2) requires that,  unless a tank has
    secondary containment, a contingent plan for closure as a landfill
    and a contingent post-closure plan must be prepared.  40 CFR
    264.193(a)(3) requires that an existing tank be retrofit with
    secondary containment by the time it reaches 15 years of age.  If the
    owner of an existing tank is planning to install secondary containment
    before the tank reaches 15 years of age, is the owner/operator required
    to prepare the contingent plans?

       Yes,  the contingent closure and contingent post-closure plans are
       required for all tanks not having secondary containment, even if
       the owner/operator is planning on installing secondary containment.
       The plans would be required until the secondary containment meeting
       the requirements of §264.193 or 265.193 is installed.

       Source:    William Kline  (202) 382-7912
                  Chet Oszman    (202) 382-4499

       Research:  Randy Eicher

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             Summary of calls by Geographic Distribution (EPA Regions):

             1  5.1%    3  24.7%    5  18.0%    7  3.0%     9  11.0%

             2 10.6%    4  11.3%    6   9.0%    8  4.3%    10   2.9%
             International  0.1%
         TSDF' s	
         EPA HQ's	
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         Local Agencies

General Information_
3010 Notification	
260.10 Definitions
260.22 Petitions/Delisting	44
261.2 Solid Waste
      Definition                177
261.3 Hazardous Waste
261-C Characteristic HW
261-D Listed HW	~
261.4 Exclusions	
261.5 Small Quantity
261.6 Recycling Standards
266-C Use Constituting Disposal  24
266-D HW Burned for
      Energy Recovery_          150
266-E Used Oil Burned for
      Energy Recovery
266-F Precious Metal Reclamation 14
266-G Spent Lead-Acid Battery
      Reclamation                17
261.7 Container Residues
262 Generator  (Gen'l)
100-1000 kg/mo, generator
Manifest Info	
Recordkeeping & Reporting
International Shipments	
263 Transporter 	
264/265 TSDF
B-General Facility Stdrds.
State Agencies
Trade Associations
UST 0/0
Used Oil Handlers
D-Contingency Plans	
E-Mani fest/Recordkeeping/
F-Ground-Water Monitoring
H-Financial Requirements	
K-Surface Impoundments
L-Waste Piles
M-Land Treatment
                P-Thermal Treatment	17
                Q-Chem., Phys., Bio. Treatment	3_
                R-Underground Injection	14
                X-Miscellaneous                  18
Part 268-Land Disposal
         Restrictions	259
Part 269-Air Emissions	19
270 B - Permit Application	58
    D - Changes to Permit	14
    F - Special Permits	20
    G - Interim Status	31
271 State Programs                56
124 Administrative Procedures    18
Liability/Enforcement	61
Corrective Action                50
HSWA General                     16
Waste Minimization
Subtitle D_
RCRA Document Requests

                                    CERCLA AND UST
'CERCLA (as  amended by SARA)

 General/Overview             150
 Access & Information
     Gather ing	
 Allocations from Fund/
    Fund Balancing	
 CEPP/"Right to Know"
 CERCLA Reauthorization
 CERCLIS/§103(c)  Notification  62

 Citizen Suits                  6
 Clean-Up Standards (ARARs)     33

 Contractor Indemnification     14
 Exposure Assessment/Public
 Health Evaluation             29
 Federal Facilities
 Natural Resource Damages

 Off-Site Policy	

 On-Site Policy	
 Hazardous Substances/RQ	282

 Li abi 1 i ty/Enforcement	52

 Mandatory Schedules	0_

 NCP                           24
Pollution Liability Insurance	1

RD&D/Training	20




                    CERCLA Document Requests

                    SUBTOTAL (CERCLA)	

                     UST Program

    regulated substance
                     Interim Prohibition
                     Tank Standards:
                     leak detection_
                  Corrective Action

                   Li abi 1 i ty	
                   Other Provisions
                                                 UST Document Requests

                                                 SUBTOTAL (UST)

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"Capability Assessments for RCRA Authorization Program Revisions," OSWER
Directive # 9540.00.8, is available from Jennifer Barker at  (202) 475-9350.

"Guidance Manual on Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Closure/Post-Closure,
40 CFR Part 265" is available from NTIS.  The publication number has not
been assigned to date.

"Restrictions on the Placement of Nonhazardous Liquids in Hazardous Waste
Landfills," OSWER Directive # 9487.01-1A(85) is available by contacting
Ana Aviles at (202) 382-2349.

"Interim Procedures for Estimating Risks Associated with Exposures to
Mixtures of Chlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins and Dibenzo furans (CDDs and
CDFs)," EPA/625-3-87-012, is available from ORD in Cincinnati, Ohio by
calling (513) 569-7962 or FTS 684-7562.

"Wastes from the Exploration, Development, and Production of Crude Oil,
Natural Gas, Geothermal Energy; Field Sampling and Analysis  Report,"
January 31, 1987, EPA/530-SW-87-005, is available from NTIS  (PB-87-
165-403) for $18.95.  A summary is available by contacting Bob Hall at
(202) 475-7415.

"Background Document on Bottom Liner Performance in Double-Lined Landfills
and Surface Impoundments," (EPA/530-SW-87-013) is available  from NTIS
(PB-87-182-291).  The cost is #30.95 for paper copy and $6.50 for

"Draft Minimum Technology Guidance for Single Liner Systems  in Landfills,
Surface Impoundments, and Waste Piles—Design, Construction  and Operation,"
(EPA/530-SW-85-013) is available from NTIS (PB-87-173-159).

"Double Liner System Guidance," (EPA/530-85-014) is available from
NITS (PB-87-151-072/AS).

"Solving the Hazardous Waste Problem - EPA's RCRA Program,"  (EPA/530-SW-
86-037) is available by calling the Hotline.  Requests will  be
forwarded and filled from Cincinnati Warehouse.  Allow 3-4 weeks for

"Procedures for Modeling Flow Through Clay Liners to Determine Required
Liner Thickness," (EPA/530-SW-84-001) is available from NTIS (PB-87-191-

"SOILINER Model - Documentation and User's Guide:  Version I," (EPA/530-
SW-86-006) is available from NTIS in hard copy (PB-87-100-038) or
diskette (PB-87-126-033).

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"Final RCRA Comprehensive Ground-Water Monitoring Evaluation  (CME)
Guidance Document," is available by contacting Ned Pryor at (202)
475-7033 or Ken Jennings (202) 475-9374.

"Key RCRA/CERCLA Decisions," May 8, 1987, is available by calling the

"Methods for the Storage and Retrieval of RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring
Data on STORET," is available by contacting Martha Gooding at (202)

"Survey of Waste as Fuel," referenced in the May 6, 1987 Federal Register,
is available by contacting the RCRA Docket at (202) 475-9327).

"Guidelines for Continuous Monitoring of Carbon Monoxide at Hazardous
Waste Incinerators, Appendix D," referenced in the May 6, 1987 Federal
Register is available for viewing at the RCRA Docket.  Call (202) 475-9327
for an appointment.

"Use of the Water Balance Method for Predicting Leachate Generation from
Solid Waste Disposal Facilities," (EPA/530-SW-168) is available for
viewing at the RCRA Docket by calling (202) 475-9327.

"State Application Guidelines for Initial UST Trust Fund Cooperative
Agreements," is available by calling the Hotline.  Requests will be
routed to Peg Rogers, OUST.

"Permit Applicants Guidance Manual for Exposure Information Requirements
under RCRA Section 3019," has been sent to NTIS for distribution.  The
NTIS publication number has not been assigned to date.

"Superfund Remedial Project Management Handbook" and "Superfund Federal-
lead Remedial Project Handbook" December 1986, OSWER Directive # 9355.2-
1.  Callers in the Washington, D.C. area may obtain one copy from EPA's
Public Information Center (PIC) at (202)382-2080 or (202) 497-7751.
Callers outside the Washington, D.C. area may obtain one copy by
contacting ORD in Cincinnati, Ohio at (513) 569-7562 or FTS 684-7562.
State agencies may obtain copies by contacting the appropriate EPA
Regional office.

"Combined NRC-EPA Siting Guidelines for Disposal of Mixed Low-Level
Radioactive and Hazardous Waste," March 13, 1987, is available by
contacting Betty Shackelford at (202) 475-9656.

"Community Relations in Superfund:  A Handbook (Final)," September 1983,
is available from OTIS (PB-84-209-378).

"Ccmmunity Relations in Superfund:  A Handbook (Draft)," March 1986, is
available from the CERCIA Docket by contacting Tina Maragusa at (202)

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    Former Notices with Open Comment Period During May 1987
    March 5, 1987; 52 FR 6873
    (notice of availability of
    guidance document for sole
    source aquifier petitioners)
    March 16,  1987; 52 FR 8140
    (proposed adjustments to the
    reportable quantities for
    273 hazardous substances)
    April 7, 1987; 52 FR 8712
    (guidance on commercial
    mixed low-level radioactive
    and hazardous waste)
    April 9, 1987; 52 FR 11513
    (ground-water monitoring
    data for Bommer Industries,
    April 9, 1987; 52 FR 11513
    (notice of intent to revise
    the Hazardous Ranking System
    April 17,  1987; 52 FR 12566
    (information on the minimum
    technology requirements)
Notice of availability of the "Sole
Source Aquifer Designation Petitioner
Guidance" for use by petitioners
seeking sole or principal source
designation under the Safe Drinking
Water Act.  Comments will be accepted
until May 15, 1987.

Proposal to adjust the reportable
quantities of 273 hazardous substances
under CERCLA Sections 103(a) and 103(b).
Comments will be accepted until
May 15, 1987.

Notice of availability of "Guidance on
the Definition and Identification of
Commercial Mixed Low-Level Radioactive
and Hazardous Waste and Answers to
Anticipated Questions."  This guidance
was jointly developed by the Nuclear
Regulatory Commission (NRC) and the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
with the purpose of assisting low-level
radioactive waste generators in
assessing whether they are currently
generating mixed LLWW.  Comments will
be accepted until July 6, 1987.

Notice of availability of ground-water
monitoring data for Bommer Industries
Inc.'s two evaporating ponds.  Public
comment will be accepted on this data
until May 11, 1987.

Advance notice of proposed rulemaking
requesting comments and information
related to revising the Hazardous Ranking
System (HRS) in advance of the proposed
rulemaking.  Comments will be accepted
until May 11, 1987.  Public meetings
will be held on May 7 and 8, 1987 from
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Notice of availability of new data and
the draft guidance documents concerning
the minimum technology requirements for
landfills, surface impoundments and
waste piles.  Comments rout be submitted
on or before June 1, 1987.

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April 17, 1987; 52 FR 12566
(proposed UST rule)
April 17, 1987; 52 FR 12870
(guidelines for the
development of Toxicological
April 24, 1987; 52 FR 13749
(open meeting of the
Environmental Engineering
Committee of the Science
Advisory Board to review
the Underground Storage
Tank Release Simulation
May 1, 1987; 52 FR 16158
(proposed rule on exception
reporting for small quantity
generators of hazardous
May 1, 1987; 52 FR 15985
(notice of proposed
settlement under CERCLA
Section 122(i))
Proposal to regulate underground storage
tanks containing petroleum or
hazardous substances as defined by CERCLA
(except hazardous wastes regulated under
Subtitle C of RCRA) as mandated by
Subtitle I-§9003 of RCRA, as amended.
The rule is divided into three sections
as follows:  1) technical standards, 2)
financial responsibility, and 3) State
programs.  The comment period ends on
June 16, 1987.

Notice describing the procedures and
criteria to be used by ATSDR and EPA
in developing toxicological profiles.
Section 110 of SARA requires that
toxicological profiles be prepared for
the priority-order lists of hazardous
substances.  Comments must be submitted
by July 16, 1987.

Notice of a two-day open meeting of the
Environmental Engineering Committee of
the Science Advisory Board to begin
the review of the Underground Storage
Tanks Release Simulation model
developed by EPA's Office of Underground
Storage Tanks.  The meeting will be
held on May 11 and May 12, 1987 at
EPA in Washington, D.C.

Proposal to reinstate the exception
reporting requirement for 100-1000
kg/month generators in a modified form.
In the final regulations of March 24, 1986
(52 FR 10146), the Agency exempted
generators between 100-1000 kg/mo from
the requirement to file an exemption
report with EPA in instances where the
generator does not receive confirmation
of delivery of his hazardous waste
shipment to the designated facility.

The proposed settlement would require
the Navy and the Air Force to reimburse
the United States, the State of New
Hampshire, the County of Rockingham and
the Town of Eping, New Hampshire for
current response costs incurred by
each entity, and the final remedial
costs incurred by the United States.

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May 1, 1987; 52 FR 15937
(final rule for AEA definition
under CERCLA Section 122(i)
May 4, 1987; 52 FR 16241
(corrections to OSHA's
interim Final Rule)
May 6, 1987; 52 FR 16982
(proposed rule on burning
of hazardous waste in boilers
and industrial furnaces)
May 8, 1987; 52 FR 17401
(final exclusion rule)
May 8, 1987; 52 FR 17403
(notice of New Jersey's
compliance schedule to
adopt program modifica-

May 8, 1987; 52 FR 17465
(correction to an
announcement of the
Science Mvisory Board)
May 12, 1987; 52 FR 17888
(exemption reporting for
small quantity generators)
The effect of this rule is that all
DOE radioactive waste which is hazardous
under RCRA will be subject to regulation
under both RCRA and AEA (Atomic Energy
Act).  The rule does not affect
materials that are defined as by-
product material under §ll(e)(2) of AEA.

Corrects the regulatory text of the
OSHA interim final rule on hazardous
waste operations and emergency
response promulgated December 19, 1986
(51 FR 46554).

Proposal to control emissions of toxic
organic compounds, toxic metals, and
hydrogen chloride form boilers and
industrial furnaces burning a hazardous
waste.  In addition, the proposal would
subject owners and operators of these
devices to the general facility
standards applicable to hazardous
waste treatment, storage, and disposal
facilities.  Further, the proposal
would subject hazardous waste fuel
storage units at burner facilities
to Part 264 permitting standards.
This proposal also proposes action on
two petitions from Dow Chemical Co.
and the American Iron and Steel

Granting a final exclusion from the
lists of hazardous wastes contained
in 40 CFR Part 261 for certain solid
wastes generated by American Cyanamid,
Hannibal, MO.

A schedule of compliance for New
Jersey to modify its program in
accordance with §271.2(g) to adopt the
Federal program modifications.
A supplementary notice to 52 FR 13749
that announces an addition to the agenda,
including a discussion of the Office
of Research and Development's Waste
Minimization Strategy.

Correction to the May 1 proposed rule
for 100-1000 kg/month generators of
hazardous waste, modified exemption
reporting requirement for shipments of
hazardous waste not received at the
designated facility.

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May 12, 1987; 52 FR 17991
(national priorities list -
listing policy for federal
A notice of a proposed policy to place
on the National Priorities List sites
located on Federally-owned facilities
which are subject to the corrective
action authorities of RCRA.
May 13, 1987; 52 FR 18022
(EPA information collection
May 13, 1987; 52 FR 18023
(Science Advisory Board
May 13, 1987; 52 FR 18043
(Correction to May 6, 1987
hazardous waste burning rule)
May 14, 1987; 52 FR 18281
(Science Advisory Board
May 27, 1987; 52 FR 19737
(extension of comment period)
May 28, 1987; 52 FR 19895
(extension of comment period)
May 28, 1987; 52 FR 19919
(interim guidelines on NBARs)
May 29, 1987; 52 FR 20218
(proposed rule - technical
standards for surface
impoundments, waste piles,
landfills, and land treatment
A notice of a proposed information
collection request forwarded to the Office
of Management and Budget for review.
The request is for a survey of
hazardous waste management facility
owners and operators.

A notice of change in location of the
Science Advisory Board's Hazard Ranking
System Subcommittee meeting held on
May 19-20, 1987, to the Holiday Inn in

Correction to the May 6 rule concerning
the burning of hazardous waste in boilers
and industrial furnaces to clarify the
concentration of chlorine proposed to be
allowed in the waste.

Notice of meeting of a Science Advisory
Board subcommittee to review EPA's
Land Disposal Research Program at the
Hazardous Waste Engineering Research
Laboratory, Cincinnati, Ohio on June 4
and 5, 1987.

The Garment period on the hazardous
waste landfill and surface impoundment
liner information (announced in the
April 17, 1987 FR) is being extended
until July 1,1987.

The comment period for the proposed rule
(52 FR 12886) regarding Natural Resource
Damage Assessments under CERCIA (43 CFR 11)
was extended to June 17, 1987.

Request for comments and announcement
of interim guidelines on Non-Bonding
Preliminary Allocation of Responsibility
required under SARA §122(e)(3).

Proposed rule for liners and leak detection
for certain hazardous waste land treatment,
storage and disposal untis under SDWA,
§§3004, 3005, and 3015.

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May 29, 1987; 52 FR 20336
(health effects testing
under TSCA to support RCRA)
Proposed rule requiring health effects
testing under TSCA §4 for 73 chemicals
in support of EPA's hazardous waste
regulatory program under RCRA.

Martha Anderson, DORM
Frank Biros, WH-527
George Bonina, WH-563
Susan Bronm, WH-563
John Bosky, EPA-Kansas City, KS
Karen Brown, PM-220
Diane Buxbaum, Region II
Richard Clarizio, Region V
Eileen Claussen, WH-562
Kathy Collier, RTF, NC
Peter Cook, WH-527
Alan Corson, WH-565
Elizabeth Cotsworth, WH-563
Wayne Crane, PM-273F
John Creech, RTF, NC
Hans Crump, WH-548B
Elaine Davies, WH-562
Truett DeGeare, WH-563
Jeff Denit, WH-562
Melinda Downing, DOE
David Doyle, Region VII
Tim Fields, WH-548B
Lisa Friedman, LE-132S
George Garland, WH-563
John Gilbert, EPA-Cin., OH
lantha Gilmore, WH-562
Lloyd Guerci, WH-527
Peter Guerrero, WH-563
Matt Hale, WH-563
Bill Hanson, WH-548E
Deborah Hartman, WH-527
Steve Heare, WH-527
Lee Herwig, A-104
Hotline Staff
Warren Hull, A-104
Phil Jalbert, WH-548D
Alvin K. Joe, Jr., Geo/Resource
Gary Jonesi, WH-562B
Jim Jowett, WH-548B
Thad Juszczak, WH562A
Robert Khox, WH-562
Jack Kooyomjian, WH-548B
Mike Kbsakowski, WH-527
Jerry Kotas, WH-527-527
Walter Kovalick, WH-548
Tapio Kuusinen, PM-223
Steve Leifer, LE-134S
Steve Levy, WH-565
Henry Longest, WH-548
Gene Lucero, WH-527
James Makris, WH-562A
Eric Males, A-101F
Jack McGraw, WH-562A
Thea McManus, WH-562
Scott McPhilamy, Region III
Sue Moreland,  (ASTSWMO)
Royal Nadeau, Region II
Sam Napolitano, PM-220
Jim O'Learey, WH-562
Donna Perla, WH-562
Mike Petruska, WH-562B
J. Winston Porter, WH-562A
Brigid Rapp, PM-211A
John Riley, WH-548B
Clem Rastatter, WH-548
Cliff Rothenstein, WH-565
Suzanne Rudzinski, WH-563
Dale Ruhter, WH-565
William Sanjour, WH-563
Pam Sbar, LE-134S
Ken Shuster, WH-565
Elaine Stanley WH-548
Jack Stanton, WH-527
Rick Stiemle, WH-562
Jackie Tenusak, WH-527
Bruce Weddle, WH-563
Steve Wilhelm, Region VII
Marcia Williams, WH-562
Howard Wilson, PM-273F
Mia Zmud, WH-562
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

Patrick A. Parenteau
Reg'ipnal Counsel
Reoion I, US EPA #2203
John F. Kennedy Federal Bldg.
Boston, MA  02203

James H. Sargent
Regional Counsel
Region IV, US EPA
345 Courtland St. NE
Atlanta, GA  30365

David R. Tripp
Regional Counsel
Region VII, US EPA
1200 6th Avenue
Seattle, WA  98101
Douglas R. Blazey
Regional Counsel
Region II, US EPA
26 Federal Plaza, Rm.  1009
New York, NY  10278

Robert B. Schaefer
Regional Counsel
Region V, US EPA
230 South Dearborn St.
Chicago, IL  60604

Tom Speicher
Regional Counsel
Region VII, EPA
999 18th St., One Denver PI.
Denver, CO  80202
  Bruce M. Diamond
  Regional Counsel
  Region III, US EPA
  841 Chestnut St.
  Philadelphia, PA  19107

  James Neet
  Regional Counsel  (6C)
  Region VI, US EPA
  1201 Elm St., Inter. First Twc
  Dallas, TX  75270

  Karl R. Morthole
  Regional Counsel
  Region IX, US EPA
  215 Fremont St.
  San Francisco, CA 94105
     Regional Counsels
 Ms. Peg Nelson
 U.S. EPA, Region I Library
 Room 2100-B, JFK Federal Bldg.
 Boston, MA  02203
 (617) 565-3300

 Ms. Gayle Alston
 U.S. EPA, Region IV Library
 345 Courtland St., N.E.
 Atlanta, GA  30308
 (404) 347-4216

 Ms. Connie McKenzie
 U.S. EPA, Region VII Library
 324 East llth Street
 Kansas City, MO  64106
 (913) 236-2828

 Ms. Julienne Sears
 U.S. EPA, Region X Library
 1200 Sixth Avenue
 Seattle, WA  98101
 (206) 442-1289
Mr. Dennis P. Carey
U.S. EPA, Reg. II Library
26 Federal Plaza
New York, NY  10278
(212) 264-2881

Ms. Lou Tilley
U.S. EPA, Region V Library
230 S. Dearborn St., # 1417
Chicago, IL  60604
(312) 353-2022

Ms. Dolores Eddy
U.S. EPA, Reg. VIII Library
999 18th St. #500
Denver, CO  80202-2405
(303) 293-1444

Ms. Dottie Biggs
U.S. NEIC Library - Bldg. 53
Box 25227
Denver Federal Ctr.
Denver, CO  80225
(303) 236-3219
Ms. Diana McCreary
U.S. EPA, Reg. Ill Library 3MA21
Curtis Bldg., 6th & Walnut Sts.
Philadelphia, PA  19106
(215) 597-0580

Ms. Leticia Lane
U.S. EPA, Region VT Library
1201 Elm Street
First Internat'l Bldg.
Dallas, TX 75270

Ms. Marsha Saylor
U.S. EPA, Region IX Library
215 Fremont Street
San Francisco, CA  94105
(415) 974-8076

Division Directors
Merrill S. Hohman, Director
Waste Management Division
U.S. EPA, Region I
John F. Kennedy Bldg.
Boston, MA  02203

Patrick Tobin, Director
Waste Management Division
U.S. EPA, Region IV
345 Courtland St., N.E.
Atlanta, GA  30365

David A. Wagoner, Director
Waste Management Division
U.S. EPA, Region VII
324 E. llth Street
Kansas City, MO  64106

Charles Findlay
Hazardous Waste Division
U.S. EPA, Region X
1200 6th Ave.
Seattle, WA  98101
 Conrad Simon, Director
 Air & Waste Mgmt. Divison
 U.S. EPA, Region II
 26 Federal Plaza
 New York, NY  10278

 Bill Constantellos, Dir.
 Waste Management Div.
 U.S. EPA, Region V
 111 W. Jackson St., 16th Fl.
 Chicago, IL  60604

 Robert L. Duprey, Dir.
 Waste Mgmt. Division
 EPA, Region VIII
 1860 Lincoln St.
 Denver, CO  80295
Stephen Wassersug, Director
Hazardous Waste Mgmt. Div.
EPA, Region III
6th and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia, PA  19106

Allyn M. Davis, Director
Hazardous Waste Mgmt. Div.
1201 Elm Street, EPA, Region VI
First International Bldg.
Dallas, TX  75270

Jeffrey Zelikson, Director
Toxics & Wastes Mgmt. Div.
EPA, Region IX
215 Fremont Street
San Francisco, CA  94105
Branch Chiefs

Linda Murphy, Chief
EPA, Region 1
State Waste Program Br.
John F. Kennedy Bldg.
Boston, MA  02203

James Scarborough, Chief
Residuals Mgmt. Branch
EPA, Region IV
345 Courtland St., NE
Atlanta, GA  30308

Mike Sanderson, Chief
RCRA Branch
EPA, Region VII
726 Minnesota Ave.
Kansas City, MO  64106

Kenneth D. Feigner, Chief
Waste Mgmt. Branch
EPA, Region X
1200 6th Avenue
Seattle, WA  98101
Richard Salkie (2AWM-SW-Rm. 905)
EPA, Region II
Hazardous Waste Programs Branch
26 Federal Plaza
New York, NY  10278

David Stringham, Chief
Solid Waste Branch (5HS13)
EPA, Region V
230 S. Dearborn St., 13th Fl.
Chicago, IL  60604

Lou Johnson, Chief
Hazardous Waste Branch
EPA, Region VIII
1860 Lincoln St.
Denver, CO  80203
     Robert Allen, Chief
     EPA, Region III
     Waste Mgmt. Branch (3WH30)
     841 Chestnut St.
     Philadelphia, PA  19107

     Randy Brown, Chief
     EPA, Region VI
     Hazardous Waste Program Br.
     First International Bldg.
     1201 Elm St.
     Dallas, TX  75720

     Philip Bobel, Chief
     RCRA Programs Branch  (T-2)
     EPA, Region IX
     215 Fremont St.
     San Francisco, CA  94105