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                            Acknowledgement
         This document was prepared under the guidance of EPA Headquarters, Office
     of Water Enforcement and Permits, by Science Applications International
     Corporation (SAIC), EPA Contract No. 68-01-7043, Work Assignment No. P-4.
     Staff from the Office of Solid Waste provided valuable comments on earlier drafts
     of this document. Comments from EPA Regional staff were also helpful. Special
     appreciation is extended to the following individuals for their participation in the
     document's preparation: Dr. James D. Gallup, Chief of the Municipal Programs Branch;
     David Lee, Environmental  Engineer; and Jessica Kaplan, Judith Mayer, and Susan
     Rohland of SAIC.
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                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS


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1.      Introduction	   1-1

       1.1  Purpose of This Manual	   1-1
       1.2 Relationship of RCRA to  Pretreatment	   1-1
       1.3 Organization of the Manual	   1-4

2.      RCRA Obligations for Generators and Transporters of
       Hazardous Waste	   2-1

       2.1  Hazardous Waste Determination	   2-2
       2.2 RCRA Requirements for Hazardous Waste Generators	   2-10
       2.3 RCRA Requirements for Transporters of Hazardous Waste	   2-18

3.      POTW Authority to Regulate  Toxic Waste Dischargers Under
       the General Pretreatment Regulations	   3-1

       3.1  The  National Pretreatment Program	   3-1
       3.2 Elements  of a Local Pretreatment Program	   3-3
       3.3 Notification of Toxic Waste Dischargers by  POTWs	   3-3
       3.4 Practical Guidelines for POTWs	   3-5

4.      RCRA Requirements for POTWs	   4-1

       4.1  Overview  of POTW Requirements	   4-1
       4.2 Basic Requirements for POTWs with RCRA Permits by Rule	   4-2
       4.3 Corrective Action Requirements for POTWs with RCRA
           Permits by Rule	   4-4
       4.4 Alternatives to Current Permits by Rule	   4-5
                                          APPENDICES

Appendix A:  Regional and State Contacts
Appendix B:  RCRA Information Brochure
Appendix C:  EPA Listed Hazardous Waste
Appendix D:  Notification of Hazardous Waste Activity (EPA Form 8700-12)
Appendix E:  Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest (EPA Forms 8700-22 and 8700-22A)
Appendix F:  Generator Annual Report (EPA Form 8700-13)
Appendix G:  Draft Letter to (Us
Appendix H:  EPA Pamphlets on Small Quantity Generators
Appendix I:   Biennial Hazardous Waste Report (EPA Form 8700-13B)

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                                 LIST OF TABLES

Table                                                                       Page

2.1   EP Toxicity  Contaminants	    2-8
3.1   Notification  Checklist	    3.8

                                 LIST OF FIGURES

Figure                                                                       Page

2.1   Hazardous Waste Identification Process	    2-5

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                           1. INTRODUCTION

1.1  PURPOSE OF THIS MANUAL
     This manual provides guidance to municipal personnel  in understanding
hazardous waste requirements of the Resource Conservation  and Recovery Act
(RCRA) and the implications of these RCRA requirements for the wastewater
treatment plant operated by your municipality, for your local pretreatment
program, and for local industries served by the treatment  plant.  This
guidance manual has three purposes.

     First, the RCRA notification requirement specified in the General
Pretreatment Regulations is the manual's primary purpose.   40 CFR
403.8(f)(2)(iii) requires that publicly owned treatment works (commonly called
POTWs) notify their industrial  users (lUs) "of applicable  Pretreatment
Standards and any other applicable requirements under Section 204(b) and 405
of the Clean Water Act and Subtitles C and 0 of the Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act."  The manual focuses on Subtitle C, rather than Subtitle D,
requirements.  Subtitle C is directly applicable to industries since this
program regulates generators, transporters, and disposers  of hazardous waste.
Subtitle D, on the other hand, focuses on nonhazardous solid waste management,
and regulates landfills of sewage sludge as well as land application and
storage lagoons for sludge and septage.

     In order to fulfill the pretreatment IU notification  provision, you must
be familiar with RCRA itself.  The manual's second purpose, then, is to
provide you with a general understanding of how Federal RCRA requirements for
hazardous waste affect lUs.  However, it may be possible that your municipal
treatment plant is subject to certain RCRA requirements (as will be explained
later).  Thus, the manual's third purpose is to enable you to comply with any
applicable Federal requirements incumbent upon your POTW under Subtitle C of
RCRA.

1.2  RELATIONSHIP OF RCRA TO PRETREATMENT
     To make best use of the manual, it is first helpful to explain the basic
operation of RCRA and the National Pretreatment Program and the ways in which
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hazardous waste management under RCRA and the regulation of Indirect dis-
charges of toxic pollutants under the pretreatment program overlap.   The
distinction between "hazardous" waste and "toxic"  pollutants is  also important
to clarify.  RCRA regulates specific waste types as hazardous wastes if they
e/ither exhibit certain characteristics or are listed in the regulations, and
imposes controls to ensure that designated wastes  are subject to rigorous
tracking and management practices.  Included in the RCRA regulated community
are hazardous waste generators, transporters, and  treatment, storage and
disposal facilities.

     By contrast, the National  Pretreatment Program, established under the
Clean Water Act, has a different focus.  It requires POTWs or States to
control toxic pollutants discharged into sewerage  systems that may Interfere
with, pass through, or otherwise upset the POTWs  treatment processes.  These
toxic pollutants are identified in the Clean Water Act (Sections 301 and 307).
In some instances, the same pollutants are considered both toxic and hazardous
under the National Pretreatment Program and RCRA,  respectively.   To alleviate
any confusion, this manual uses the term "hazardous" for those wastes which
are transported, treated, or stored, and which are defined in 40 CFR Part  261,
and "toxic" for those wastes discharged into POTWs and regulated under the
National Pretreatment Program.

     The first overlap between  RCRA and pretreatment, and central  to the
manual's purpose, is that lUs regulated under the  National Pretreatment
Program may also be hazardous waste generators under RCRA.  In fact, many lUs
generate hazardous wastes in the course of pretreating wastewaters (e.g.,
electroplating wastewater treatment sludges are a  listed hazardous waste).
Recognizing this fact, the General Pretreatment Regulations call on POTWs to
assist IDs with RCRA compliance by notifying them  of applicable  Subtitle C and
D requirements.

     Second, under RCRA's Domestic Sewage Exemption (see Section 2.2.3 of this
manual), any waste generator or industry may discharge what would otherwise be
considered hazardous waste into the sewer if such  discharges are mixed with
domestic sewage.  With the RCRA amendments of November 1984, which will bring
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a larger universe of waste generators under regulation, it is possible that
the POTM may see an increase in toxic wastes discharged into the sewer system
as more waste generators take advantage of this exemption.  Thus, RCRA defers
to the Clean Water Act and pretreatment program regulation to make sure that
wastes released to POTWs under the Domestic Sewage Exemption are properly
managed.  Clearly, the overlap caused by this exemption places a special
regulatory challenge on POTWs with pretreatment programs.

     A third key overlap affecting municipalities is that POTWs themselves may
be regulated parties subject to RCRA requirements.  A POTW that generates a
sludge which either fails the extraction procedure toxicity test or exhibits
one of three other characteristics (ignitability, corrosivity, or reactivity)
is considered a hazardous waste generator and must comply with RCRA regula-
tions.  Section 2.1.1 explains these four criteria for determining hazardous
waste.  POTWs which receive hazardous wastes by truck, rail, or separate pipe
(where hazardous waste is not mixed with domestic sewage) are considered
treatment, storage, and disposal facilities under RCRA and subject to permit-
by- rule requirements (see Section 4.2 of this manual).  These three overlaps
between RCRA and pretreatment can directly affect how your municipality
regulates the discharge of toxic pollutants.

     Although RCRA charges the Federal government with responsibility to
control hazardous wastes, States are authorized to take over program imple-
mentation if they have procedures and statutory and regulatory authority
equivalent to those required in Federal regulations.  The RCRA program uses a
phased approach to delegate programmatic responsibilities to the States.
Under this approach, a State first obtains interim authorization (consisting
of two phases), and then final authorization.  The RCRA program also gives
States a degree of flexibility in the way in which they run their hazardous
waste management programs.  Since this manual addresses only requirements of
the Federal RCRA program, it is essential that you learn about all State (and
local) hazardous waste requirements that may affect the municipal treatment
plant's operation.  Appendix A lists State solid waste agencies that can
provide you with information on hazardous waste management requirements in
your State.
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     This manual gives you an understanding of the relevant provisions of both
RCRA and the General Pretreatment Regulations which affect you and practical
guidance on how you can inform industrial  users of their RCRA obligations and
assist them in complying with these obligations.  Still, due to the Act's
technical complexity, its staggered deadlines for program implementation and
compliance, and the possibility that your  State hazardous waste management
program requirements differ from Federal regulations, some questions will
undoubtedly require additional assistance  beyond this manual's scope.
Questions or problems not completely addressed here should be referred to your
State solid waste management office or to  the appropriate EPA Regional office.
A 11st of these offices appears in Appendix A.

     Further, the most recent amendments to RCRA (in November 1984) require
EPA to undertake studies of and develop regulations for various provisions of
the Act.  For example, EPA is now reviewing the Domestic Sewage Exemption, and
it is possible that the exemption may be revised, based on this review.  In
addition, EPA needs to develop regulations to implement the notification
requirement for industrial users specified in Section 3010 of RCRA (and
discussed briefly in Section 2.2.1 of this manual).  Similarly, the Agency
will be drafting more specific permit-by-rule and corrective action require-
ments than those outlined in Chapter 4 of  this manual.  And finally, the
Agency is in the process of revising the extraction procedure toxicity test to
regulate a larger number of pollutants.  These ongoing EPA activities make it
especially important that you keep in touch with the EPA Regional office in
your area or your State waste management agency.

1.3  ORGANIZATION OF THE MANUAL
     The balance of this manual is organized into the three chapters.
Chapter 2 summarizes RCRA requirements for generators and transporters of
hazardous waste.  Chapter 3 outlines POTW  requirements under the General
Pretreatment Regulations and explains how  POTWs must regulate discharges of
toxic pollutants by industrial users into  the collection system.  It also
provides guidance on how to inform Ills of  their waste management requirements.
Chapter 4 describes POTW obligations under RCRA and focuses on POTWs that
accept hazardous wastes by truck, rail, or separate pipe.  Chapter 4 also
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explains general hazardous waste management requirements for POTWs accepting

hazardous wastes under RCRA permits by rule.


     The appendices contain materials that you can photocopy and use or

distribute to notify lUs and waste transporters of their RCRA obligations.

Specifically included are:


       Lists of hazardous wastes regulated by Federal  requirements

       Selected EPA-approved forms for hazardous waste facilities to use

     t  RCRA Information Brochure briefly outlining the Act's impact on
        industries that generate or transport hazardous wastes

       EPA pamphlets summarizing information for generators of small
        quantities of hazardous waste.
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              2. RCRA OBLIGATIONS FOR GENERATORS AND
                TRANSPORTERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

     Congress enacted the  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act in 1976  (and
subsequently amended it in 1978,  1980, and 1984) to define a Federal  role in
solid waste and resource management and recovery.  The Act's primary goals
are:  (1) to protect human health and the environment from hazardous and  other
solid wastes; and  (2) to protect  and preserve natural resources through
programs of resource conservation and recovery.  Its principal  regulatory
focus is to control  hazardous waste.  To this end, RCRA mandates a compre-
hensive system to  identify hazardous wastes and to trace and control  their
movement from generation through  transport, treatment, storage, and ultimate
disposal.

     Extensive hazardous waste  regulations have been promulgated under RCRA's
authority.  These  regulations are codified under 40 CFR Parts 260, 261, 262,
263, 264, 265, 266,  and 270.  Specifically, RCRA provisions are focused in the
following way:

       Part 260:  General
       Part 261:  Hazardous waste identification and listing
     t  Part 262:  Hazardous waste generators
     t  Part 263:  Hazardous waste transporters
       Parts 264-265:   Owners  and operators of hazardous waste facilities
       Part 266:  Special  requirements
       Part 270:  Hazardous waste permits.

The remainder of this chapter provides an overview of hazardous waste require-
ments which may apply to lUs served by your POTW or to your POTW itself if it
produces a sludge  that displays the hazardous waste characteristics described
in Section 2.1.1.  It is designed to enable you to understand RCRA's general
provisions.  Section 2.1 describes how generators of solid waste can determine
whether that waste is hazardous.  Section 2.2 presents management requirements
under RCRA for hazardous waste  generators.  Requirements for hazardous waste
transporters are addressed in Section 2.3.
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     Appendix B contains a brochure which condenses  the information presented
in this chapter.  For your convenience,  the brochure has been designed
especially to be photocopied and sent to your Ills, enabling  you  to  satisfy the
RCRA notification requirement of the General  Pretreatment Regulations.

2.1  HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION
      As part of a comprehensive program to regulate hazardous wastes  from
"cradle to grave," Section 3001 of RCRA  directs  EPA  to establish ways  to
determine what waste materials are considered hazardous for  regulatory
purposes.  The Section 3001 regulations  are codified in 40 CFR Part 261.  In
addition, 40 CFR Part 262 requires solid waste generators to determine whether
their wastes are hazardous.

     If a business generates any material which  is discarded or  disposed of,
it must determine if that material is a  "solid waste," according to the
regulatory definition.  In January 1985, EPA proposed its final  definition
of solid waste.  According to this definition, "solid waste" is  any material
that is abandoned or disposed of, burned, or incinerated   or stored,
treated, or accumulated before or in lieu of these activities.  The term
includes essentially all forms of waste  (i.e., solids, liquids,  semisolids, or
contained gaseous substances).

     In addition, most recycled materials are now considered solid  wastes by
EPA, depending on both the recycling activity itself and the nature of the
recycled material.  The following four types of  recycling activities are
potentially subject to RCRA regulation:

       Uses which actually constitute ultimate  disposal (for example, land
        spreading of wastewater treatment sludges for fertilizer)
       Burning waste or waste fuels for energy  recovery or  using wastes to
        produce a fuel
     t  Reclamation -- regeneration of wastes or the recovery of material from
        wastes
       Speculative accumulation  either accumulating wastes that are
        potentially recyclable but for which no recycling (or no feasible
        recycling) market exists, or accumulating wastes before  recycling
        unless 75 percent of the accumulated material is recycled during a
        one-year period.

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Five categories of recycled (termed secondary)  materials also fall  under this

solid waste definition.


       Spent materials  -- materials that have  been used and  no longer serve
        the purpose for  which they were originally produced without being
        regenerated, reclaimed, or otherwise reprocessed.  Examples include
        spent solvents and spent acids.

       Sludges  residues from pollution control processes, such  as
        wastewater reatment sludges and air emission control  wastes.

       By-products  residual materials resulting from industrial,
        commercial, mining, and agricultural operations that  are not primary
        products, are not produced separately,  and are not fit for  a desired
        end use without  substantial further processing.  Examples are process
        residues from manufacturing or mining processes, such as distillation
        column residues  or mining slags.

       Commercial chemical products  products listed in 40 CFR Part 261.33
        when they are recycled in ways that differ from their normal use.

       Scrap metal  metal parts discarded after consumer use or  that result
        from metal processing operations.  Examples include scrap automobiles
        and scrap radiators.


     Some materials, however, are NOT considered solid wastes under RCRA,

including domestic sewage or any mixture of domestic sewage and other wastes

that pass through a sewer system to a POTW.  Also excluded are wastes regu-

lated under other Federal laws, such as industrial wastewater discharged

directly to public waters (which must be properly permitted)  and many nuclear

or radioactive materials (regulated by the Department of Energy and/or the

Nuclear Regulatory Commission).  Section 2.2.3  discusses three specific

situations in which wastes are exempted rrom RCRA requirements.


     There are two ways  to know if a waste is regulated as a  hazardous waste
under Federal law:
        If it exhibits one or more of the following four characteristics  
        ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, and toxicity (based on EPA
        extraction procedures)  it is considered a characteristic waste
        under RCRA.

        If it (or any part of it) is listed in 40 CFR 261.31-261.33, it  is
        commonly called a listed waste in RCRA regulations.  Appendix C
        contains these listed wastes.
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Characteristic and listed wastes are described  below.   Figure  2.1  shows  EPA's
hazardous waste identification process.

     Whether a waste is regulated as a hazardous  waste may  also  depend on  two
other factors.  First, as the 1984 RCRA amendments  go  into  effect,  some  new
wastes that previously were not regulated will  be subject to the hazardous
waste regulations.  Second, some States apply their own hazardous  waste
regulations to wastes in addition to those listed in Federal regulations.
Thus, if an industry is in doubt about whether  its  waste is regulated  under
Federal or State hazardous waste regulations, it  should contact  the State
hazardous waste agency or EPA regional office.

2.1.1  Characteristic Wastes
     EPA has identified four characteristics which  cause a  waste to be
regulated as a hazardous waste:

       Ignitability
       Corrosivity
       Reactivity
       Extraction procedure toxicity.

For each characteristic, EPA has developed or approved methods for determining
whether a waste is hazardous.  A solid waste generator must determine  whether
its waste exhibits any of these four characteristics if its waste  is not a
listed waste (as described in Section 2.1.2 of this Chapter).   A brief
description of each characteristic and applicable tests follows.

2.1.1.1  Ignitability
     A waste is hazardous by virtue of being ignitable if it  is:

       A liquid with a flash point less than 140F (other  than an aqueous
        solution containing less than 24 percent alcohol by volume)
       Not a liquid, but is capable of causing fire through  friction,
        absorption of moisture, or spontaneous chemical changes under  standard
        temperature and pressure conditions
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If 1s has any of these characteristics,  It  1s  Identified  for  regulatory
purposes as EPA hazardous waste number D001.

2.1.1.2  Corrosivity
     A waste is hazardous by virtue  of being corrosive if It  Is:

       An aqueous waste with pH less than  or  equal  to 2.0 or greater than or
        equal to 12.5
       A liquid which corrodes steel  at a  rate greater than  6.35  millimeters
        per year at a temperature of 55C.

If 1t is corrosive, it is identified for regulatory  purposes  as EPA hazardous
waste number D002.

2.1.1.3  Reactivity
     A waste is hazardous by virtue  of being reactive 1f  it:

     0  Is normally unstable and readily undergoes violent change  without
        detonating
       Reacts violently with water
       Forms potentially explosive  mixtures with water
       Generates toxic gases, vapors, or fumes when mixed with water.

If it is reactive, it is identified  for  regulatory purposes as EPA hazardous
waste number D003.

2.1.1.4  Extraction Procedure Toxicity
     According to EPA regulation, a  waste is hazardous by virtue of being EP
toxic if it "fails" the extraction procedure  (EP) toxiclty test.   This
regulatory interpretation of fails means that  when the combined  liquid and
extract from a representative sample contains  any of eight metals  or six
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herbicides/pesticides at levels in excess of specified concentration values,
that sample has failed the EP toxicity test and is hazardous.   Table 2.1  lists
the EP toxicity contaminants and their concentration values  (set  at  100 times
the maximum contaminant levels in regulations pursuant to the  Federal  Safe
Drinking Water Act for these fourteen contaminants).  The EP toxicity test  is
used to determine whether leachate from disposal  of a particular  waste will
pollute ground water to levels in excess of maximum concentration levels
established under the Act.

     EPA is in the process of developing a new extraction procedure  that  will
cover significantly more pollutants, including toxic organic compounds.   If
you are in doubt about whether your waste or sludge is considered EP toxic  or
have questions regarding appropriate test procedures, contact  your State
hazardous waste agency or EPA Regional office for more information.

2.1.2  Listed Wastes
     A waste is regulated and must be managed as  a hazardous waste if it
exhibits one or more of the hazardous waste characteristics  of 40 CFR
261.21-261.24 or if it is listed in 40 CFR 261.31-261.33. EPA developed  these
lists of hazardous wastes based on what was known about specific  chemicals  and
wastestreams.  Whether or not a waste is hazardous according to the  criteria
for characteristic wastes, if your waste appears  on any of the lists, it  is a
regulated hazardous waste.  Thus, you must comply with the notification
requirement of RCRA Section 3010 and with the requirements in  40  CFR Parts
262-266 and 270.  These regulations are described in Section 2.2  and 2.3  of
this manual.

     Most listed wastes are considered toxic; however, some  wastes appear on
a list solely because they exhibit one or more of the characteristics of
hazardous waste (described above in Section 2.1.1).  A description of the
kinds of substances included in each list is presented below.   Specific
substances on each list are shown in Appendix C of this manual.  EPA has
proposed to add additional organic wastes and acute toxics to  these  lists.
Thus, the lists in Appendix C may be expanded in  the near future.
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                            Table 2.1

                    EP Toxicity Contaminants

EPA Hazardous                          Maximum Concentration
Waste Number
   D004
   D005
   0006
   D007
   D008
   D009
   D010
   D011
   D012
   D013
   D014
   D015
   D016
   D017
Contaminant
Arsenic
Barium
Cadmium
Chromium
Lead
Mercury
Selenium
Si 1 ver
Endrin
Lindane
Methoxychlor
Toxaphene
2,4-D
2,4,5-TP (Silvex)
(mg/1)
5.0
100.0
1.0
5.0
5.0
0.2
1.0
5.0
0.02
0.4
10.0
0.5
10.0
1.0
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2.1.2.1  Hazardous Wastes from Nonspecific Sources (F-XXX)
     All  wastes listed in 40 CFR 261.31  (the "F"  list)  must  be  managed as
hazardous wastes.  These wastes are generated by  activities  which  are not
specific to a particular industry.   For  example,  spent  degreasing  solvents  are
listed as F wastes.

2.1.2.2  Hazardous Wastes from Specific  Sources (K-XXX)
     All  wastes listed in 40 CFR 261.32  (the "K"  list)  must  be  managed as
hazardous wastes.  These include wastes  generated by a  specific product
process by a particular industry, such as distillation  bottoms  from
nitrobenzene production by the nitration of benzene.  Seventy-six  hazardous
wastes from 12 industry categories  are listed as  K wastes in the current Code
of Federal Regulations; others have been promulgated since July 1984.

2.1.2.3  ACUTELY HAZARDOUS commercial chemical products, off-specification
         species, container residues, and spill residues (P-XXX)
     Any discarded chemicals included on the "P"  list [40 CFR 261.33(e)] must
be handled as hazardous wastes.  P  wastes are acutely hazardous and include
discarded chemical products manufactured or formulated  for commercial or
manufacturing use, and which consist of  the commercially pure grade of the
chemical  , any technical grades of the chemical that are produced or marketed,
and all formulations in which the chemical is the sole  active ingredient.   In
listing P wastes, EPA intends to include all acutely toxic chemical products
which are sometimes thrown away in  pure  or diluted form.  Reasons  for
discarding these materials might be that the materials  do not meet required
specifications, that inventories have been changed, or  that  the product line
has been changed.

2.1.2.4  TOXIC commercial chemical  products, off-specification  species,
         container residues, and spill residues (U-XXX)
     Any discarded chemicals included on the "U"  list [40 CFR 261.33(f)] must
be managed as hazardous wastes.  Substances appear on the "U" list because
they either are chronically toxic or exhibit one  or more of  the
characteristics of hazardous waste  (ignitability, corrosivity,  reactivity,  or
EP toxicity).  U wastes include chemical products manufactured  or  formulated
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for commercial  or manufacturing use,  and  which  consist  of the  commercially
pure grade of the chemical,  any technical  grades  of the chemical  that  are
produced or marketed, and all  formulations in which the chemical  is  the sole
active ingredient.

     If a waste does not appear on any of these lists,  then  the  waste
generator must determine whether its  waste exhibits one or more  of the
characteristics of a hazardous waste, as  described  in Section  2.1.1.

2.2  RCRA REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS  WASTE GENERATORS
     Section 3002 of RCRA gives EPA authority to  regulate generators of
hazardous waste in order to  protect human health  and the environment.   These
regulations, in 40 CFR Part  262, specify  hazardous  waste management  procedures
for generators, including recordkeeping,  labeling,  use  of appropriate  con-
tainers, information reporting, and use of shipping manifests.  Basic  require-
ments for generators of hazardous waste are explained below.

     These requirements for  hazardous waste generators  are also  affected by
whether EPA considers that generator  to be a "small quantity generator."  As
of August 5, 1985, EPA distinguishes  three classes  of small  quantity
generators for regulatory purposes:

     t  Those generating between 100  and  1,000  kilograms of  nonacutely
        hazardous waste per  calendar  month
       Those generating up  to 100 kilograms of nonacutely hazardous waste per
        calendar month
     t  Those generating less than one kilogram of  acutely hazardous waste per
        calendar month.

     In general, the latter two classes of small  quantity generators are
subject to less stringent requirements than establishments producing large
quantities of hazardous waste.  Section 2.2.3.3 discusses the  small  quantity
generator exclusion in more detail.  If you have  questions about how these
regulations apply to your operations, contact your  State hazardous  waste
agency or EPA Regional office.
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2.2.1  Notification to EPA
     Any business that generates, transports, treats, stores, or disposes of
hazardous wastes (and is not exempt from regulation) must notify EPA or an
authorized State and obtain an identification number.  Most small  quantity
generators are not required to notify EPA.  It is important to note that many
States have regulations that differ from Federal  requirements.  All businesses
involved in hazardous waste activities should contact their appropriate State
agency to determine which regulations are applicable to them.

     The RCRA Amendments of 1984 extend notification requirements to "solid
and dissolved materials in domestic sewage" if they contain materials that
would be defined as "hazardous waste" were they not discharged to sewers.
Under this provision, lUs covered by the Domestic Sewage Exemption are
required to notify EPA of any hazardous wastewaters discharged to POTWs.  How-
ever, EPA has yet to formally implement this expanded notification requirement
for industries making use of the domestic sewage exemption.  Ills discharging
wastes to POTWs under the Domestic Sewage Exemption should periodically con-
tact their State or EPA Region to keep abreast of these impending notification
requirements.  If EPA determines or agrees with an industry's argument that it
cannot conduct monitoring to satisfy this provision, EPA or an authorized
State can do the monitoring and pass along costs to the industry.

2.2.2  Waste Management, Shipping, and Manifest Requirements for Off-Site
       Disposal of Hazardous Waste
     If you generate, transport, treat, store, or dispose of any hazardous
wastes (and your waste activities are not exempt from regulation), you must
comply with applicable Federal, State, and local  hazardous waste management
requirements, both when the waste remains on your premises and when it is
transported off-site.  The following sections explain basic requirements for
the off-site disposal of hazardous wastes.

2.2.2.1  EPA Identification Number for Generator and Transporter
     Most Federally regulated generators and transporters of hazardous waste
must have EPA identification numbers.  An EPA identification number is
required prior to any transportation, treatment,  storage, or disposal of
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hazardous waste.  A regulated generator must not deliver hazardous waste to
any transporter or treatment, storage, and disposal  facility without an.EPA
identification number.  This number can be obtained  by completing EPA Form
8700-12 and submitting it to the appropriate EPA Region or authorized State.
A copy of form 8700-12 is included in Appendix D.

2.2.2.2  Manifests
     Generators of hazardous waste are required to prepare a manifest
containing the following information for each load of hazardous waste shipped
off-site:

     0  Generator name, address, telephone number  and EPA identification
        number
       Transporter name and EPA identification number
     t  Name, address, and EPA identification number of permitted facility
        receiving waste
     t  Description of hazardous wastes transported
       Waste quantities, types, and number of containers
     t  Certification for proper packaging, marking, labeling and
        transportation
       Waste minimization certification
       Manifest document number.

Special manifest requirements for small quantity generators are discussed in
Section 2.2.3.3.

     The waste minimization certification is a new requirement which became
effective on September 1, 1985.   Basically, the certification states that the
generator has a program in place to reduce the volume or quantity and toxicity
of such waste to the degree determined by the generator to be economically
practicable, and that the proposed method of treatment, storage, or disposal
is the practicable method currently available which  minimizes the present and
future threat to human health and the environment.  Any generator of more than
1,000 kilograms of hazardous waste per month must  sign the certification by
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hand.  Generators of hazardous waste in quantities below those specified in 40
CFR 261.5 are exempt from this certification requirement.

     The Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest is EPA Form 8700-22 and, if
necessary, 8700-22A.  Copies of both forms appear in Appendix .  Some States
require that their own version of this form be used.  Forms should be obtained
from:

       The State to which the shipment is transported (consignment State)
       The State in which the generator is located (generator State).

If neither the generator State nor the consignment State supplies the
manifest, the generator must then obtain a manifest form from any source.

     Each manifest should include enough copies for the generator, each
transporter, and the designated facility receiving the waste, as well as a
copy to be returned to the generator.  Upon delivery of waste to the trans-
porter, the generator should sign and date the manifest, have the transporter
sign the manifest, retain one copy, and provide the transporter with all
remaining copies.  A generator who does not receive, within 35 days, a
manifest copy signed by the facility designated to receive the waste must
contact the transporter and designated facility to determine what happened to
the waste.  A generator who has not received, within 45 days, a signed
manifest copy must submit an exception report to the EPA Region.

     Before transporting any hazardous waste off-site, a generator must comply
with packaging, labeling, marking, and placarding requirements.  RCRA pre-
transport requirements generally incorporate U.S. Department of Transportation
regulations, described in 49 CFR Parts 171-172.

2.2.2.3  Follow-up on Manifests
     It is the generator's responsibility to ensure that all waste shipped
off-site will be acceptable to the TSDF designated on the manifest.  A copy of
the signed manifest must be returned by the TSDF to the generator so that the
final disposition of hazardous wastes can be traced at a later date.  To make
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sure that wastes can be traced later, generators should follow up on each
waste shipment.  Generators must keep a copy of each signed manifest for at
least three years, or until they receive a signed copy from the facility
designated to receive the wastes.  Generators must then retain this signed
copy for at least three years.

     Whenever deliveries to TSDFs do not match the information on the manifest
forms for any shipment or whenever the generator does not receive a returned
copy of the manifest from the designated TSDF, the generator should call
and/or write to the TSDF to check on whether the delivery was actually
received.  If discrepancies cannot be resolved by phone or mail, the generator
should file an exception report with EPA or the authorized State hazardous
waste agency.

     Generators must keep copies of exception reports for at least three
years.  Generators must also keep records of any test results, waste analyses,
or other determinations made in accordance with 40 CFR 262.11 for at least
three years.

2.2.2.4   Biennial Report
     Generators that ship their hazardous wastes off-site must prepare and
submit a report to the appropriate EPA Region by March 1 of each even-numbered
year.  This report covers hazardous waste generator activities during the
previous odd-numbered calendar year and should be submitted on EPA Form
8700-13 (see Appendix F) or on a form specified by the State.  EPA plans to
revise the form to add waste minimization information items.  Some States
require annual reports.  Generators must retain biennial reports for at least
three years after they are submitted to EPA.

2.2.3  Exceptions and Exemptions to RCRA Regulations for Generators
     Wastes that are normally subject to hazardous waste regulations are
exempt in three specific circumstances:
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       Domestic sewage exemption
                             V               ,'is <* 'vs
       On-s1te treatment exemption

       Small quantity generator exclusion.


Each is described below.


2.2.3.1  Domestic Sewage Exemption

     Hazardous wastes that are discharged to a POTW and are mixed with

domestic sewage are excluded from RCRA control  because they are not defined as

"solid waste."  Thus, the domestic sewage exemption covers:


       "Untreated sanitary wastes that pass through a sewer system"

       Any mixture of domestic sewage and other  wastes that passes through a
        sewer system to a POTW for treatment.


2.2.3.2  Exemption for On-Site Treatment or Storage of Wastewaters

     RCRA regulations contain an exemption for on-site treatment and storage

of wastewaters.  RCRA regulations governing TSDFs and RCRA permitting

regulations contain provisions which exempt owners and operators of the

following types of facilities, based on definitions in 40 CFR 260.10:


       Wastewater Treatment Units - Devices which:  (1) are part of a
        wastewater treatment facility subject to  regulation under Sections 307
        or 402 of the Clean Water Act (i.e., direct dischargers of waste-
        waters); (2) receive and treat or store hazardous influent wastewater;
        and (3) meet the definition of a tank.  EPA interprets the term
        "wastewater" to refer to waste which is mostly water with a few
        percent contaminants.  A "tank" is a stationary device constructed
        primarily of nonearthen materials (e.g.,  wood, concrete, steel,
        plastic) which provide structural support.  To determine if the unit
        Is a tank, the unit should be evaluated as if it were free standing,
        and filled to its design capacity with material it is intended to
        hold.  If the walls or shell of the unit  alone provide sufficient
        structural support to maintain the structural integrity of the unit
        under these conditions, the unit can be considered a tank.  Accord-
        ingly, if the unit is not capable of retaining its structural
        integrity without supporting earthen materials, it must be considered
        a surface impoundment.

     t  Totally Enclosed Treatment Facilities - Facilities to treat hazardous
        waste which are directly connected to an  industrial production
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        process, and constructed and operated in a manner which prevents the
        release of any hazardous waste or any constituent thereof into the
        environment during treatment.  An EPA policy memorandum (July 27,
        1981) states that "a totally enclosed treatment facility" must:  (1)
        be completely contained on all sides, (2) pose negligible potential
        for escape of constituents to the environment, (3) be connnected
        directly by pipeline or similar totally enclosed device to an indus-
        trial production process.  The memorandum also indicates that effluent
        discharged to a POTU is exempt fro* RCRA regulation.  However, it is
        subject to pretreatment regulations.
        Elementary Neutralization Units - Devices used for neutralizing waste
        defined as hazardous solely because it is corrosive, and which meet
        the definitions of tank, container, transport vehicle or vessel in 40
        CFR 260.10.
     These three definitions, but principally the definition of "wastewater
treatment unit," create a broad exemption applying to the treatment and
storage of wastewater.  Taken together, the definitions of "wastewater
treatment unit" and the regulatory provisions exempting owners and operators
of wastewater treatment units from TSDF regulations can be construed to allow
storage of wastewater treatment sludge as long as the facility meets the 40
CFR 260.10 definition of "tank" and is part of a wastewater treatment facility
subject to regulations under Sections 402 or 307(b) of the Clean Water Act.

     The treatment and storage exception cited above does not apply to any
on-site facility which does not qualify as a wastewater treatment unit, a
totally enclosed treatment facility, or an elementary neutralization unit.
Consequently, open storage facilities (e.g., waste piles or surface impound-
ments) and on-site disposal operations (e.g., landfills, land application, or
incineration) are governed by storage and disposal facility requirements and
RCRA permitting requirements.

     Federal  hazardous waste regulations clearly apply to both industrial  and
POTW sludges, unless they are contained in a tank which is part of a waste-
water treatment unit [according to RCRA Sections 1004(26A) and (27) and EPA
regulatory decisions published in the Federal Register of May 19, 1980, Vol.
45, No. 98, p. 33101].  Owners or operators of industries and POTWs that
generate, treat, or dispose of sludge that fits the regulatory definition of a
"solid waste" are obligated, under RCRA Subtitle C, to determine whether the
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sludge they generate is a hazardous waste.  Definitions and procedures for
this determination are contained in RCRA Section 3001 and in 40 CFR 261,  and
are summarized in Section 3.1 of this manual.

     RCRA is designed to provide stringent regulations for open facilities,
such as surface impoundments, which are more likely to result in a release of
hazardous wastes, while providing somewhat more flexible regulation of
enclosed or semi-enclosed systems (e.g., treatment tanks, etc.) which tend to
pose less risk to the environment.  The RCRA Amendments of 1984 strengthen
Federal regulatory authority over all of these systems.  EPA is in the process
of revising regulations for these systems and developing corrective action
standards for the*.

     EPA is also in the process of developing comprehensive sludge management
regulations based on Subtitles C and D of RCRA, the Clean Water Act, the
Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act, and other Federal statutes.
These comprehensive regulations will be issued by the end of 1987.  For the
most current information on sludge management regulations, contact your State
solid or hazardous waste management agency, or EPA Regional office.

2.2.3.3  Small Quantity Generator Exclusion
     Currently, EPA does not regulate generators of small quantities of
hazardous waste as stringently as it regulates generators of larger quanti-
ties.  This exclusion reduces the burden of paperwork on small  quantity
generators, State hazardous waste agencies, and EPA.  The Agency now divides
small quantity generators into three classes:

     t  Generators of less than one kilogram per month of acutely hazardous
        waste
     t  Generators of less than 100 kilograms per month of nonacutely
        hazardous waste
       Generators of between 100 and 1,000 kilograms per month of nonacutely
        hazardous waste.
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The first two classes of hazardous  waste generators are  required  only to
perform a hazardous waste determination (described in  Section  2.1),  store,
treat, or dispose of hazardous  waste on-site in  accordance with  regulations,
or ensure its delivery to an authorized hazardous  or nonhazardous treatment,
storage, or disposal facility.

     The third class of generators, those who generate between 100 and 1,000
kilograms of hazardous waste per month, while still exempt from  the  bulk of
RCRA requirements, are now required to accompany all off-site  shipments of
hazardous waste with a single copy  of the Uniform  Hazardous Waste Manifest
(EPA Forms 8700-22 and 8700-22  A) or the State equivalent.  This  form must
contain the following information:

       Name and address of the waste generator
       U.S. Department of Transportation description  of the waste,  including
        shipping name, hazard class, and identification  number (UN/NA)
       Number and type of containers
       Quantity of waste in the shipment
       Name and address of the facility designated to receive the waste.

     Although EPA does not regulate small quantity generators  as  stringently
as large quantity generators, several States have  small  quantity generator
requirements which are more stringent than Federal  requirements.   If you have
any questions about requirements for hazardous waste management, contact your
State hazardous waste agency or EPA.

2.3  RCRA REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSPORTERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
     EPA, the U.S. Department of Transportation, and many States  regulate
transportation of hazardous waste in order to protect  human health and the
environment from hazardous waste releases.  EPA's  regulatory authority for
transporters is based on Section 3003 of RCRA.  EPA and  the Department of
Transportation have jointly set standards for hazardous  waste  transportation,
which are described in 40 CFR Parts 262 and 263, and 49  CFR Parts 171 and 172.
These standards include recordkeeping, labeling, and manifest  requirements, as
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well as the requirement to transport hazardous wastes only to permitted
facilities for treatment, storage, or disposal, as designated on hazardous
waste shipping manifests. Hazardous waste transporters hauling wastes to POTW
collection systems or treatment plants must ensure that these wastes meet all
local. State, and Federal pretreatment standards, In addition to RCRA
requirements.

2.3.1  Notification to EPA and EPA Identification Number
     Transporters of hazardous waste must notify EPA or an authorized State
hazardous waste agency and obtain an EPA Identification number.  Transporters
must not move hazardous wastes without an EPA identification number.  This
number can be obtained by completing EPA form 8700-12 (Appendix D) and
submitting it to the EPA Region or authorized State.

     EPA Regional Offices have special procedures to issue provisional
identification numbers to generators and transporters of hazardous waste under
emergency or other unusual circumstances when it becomes necessary to trans-
port the waste to an authorized hazardous waste management facility.  In
emergency situations, the transporter should telephone the EPA Regional  Office
(refer to Appendix A) and obtain a provisional  identification number and
additional instructions.

     Transporters who store manifested shipments of hazardous waste in
approved containers at a transfer facility for ten days or less are not
subject to regulations for treatment, storage, and disposal  facilities under
40 CFR Parts 264, 265, and 270. Transporters storing shipments for more  than
ten days must obtain permits as hazardous waste storage facilities.

2.3.2  Manifests and Reports
     Transporters may not accept hazardous waste from generators unless  each
load is accompanied by a completed manifest (as described in Section 2.2.2.2
of this chapter).  Prior to transporting hazardous wastes, transporters  must
sign and date each manifest, acknowledging that they have accepted the
hazardous waste described by the manifest.  A copy of each manifest must be
left with the consigning generator.  The manifest must accompany the hazardous
waste at all  times.
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     Upon delivery of the hazardous  waste  to  another  transporter  or  designated
facility, transporters must:

       Have the new transporter or  owner/operator of the designated facility
        sign and date the manifest
       Retain one copy of the manifest  and give the  remaining  copies to  the
        transporter or facility accepting  the waste.
2.3.3  Transporter or Generator Agreements With  Designated  Facilities
     In many cases, treatment, storage,  and disposal  facilities (including
POTWs) will accept deliveries of hazardous waste only if they have standing
agreements with transporters and/or  generators.   These agreements may
designate types, strengths, and quantities of hazardous waste which  the
facility will  accept, limit conditions of  waste  to be accepted  (for  example,
"no liquid hazardous wastes"), designate times and locations for  accepting
deliveries, and designate treatment, storage, or disposal fees.  Hazardous
waste transporters are legally responsible for delivery of  the  entire quantity
of hazardous waste accepted from a generator  or  another transporter  to the
facility designated by the manifest, or  to designated alternate facilites.
Before accepting any consignment of  hazardous waste for transportation, the
transporter should make sure that the treatment, storage, or disposal facility
designated on the manifest or an alternate designated facility  will  accept
delivery of Its waste.
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        3. POTW AUTHORITY TO REGULATE TOXIC WASTE DISCHARGERS
          UNDER THE GENERAL PRETREATMENT  REGULATIONS

     The General  Pretreatment Regulations (40 CFR Part  403)  require that
municipal  treatment  plants regulate nonresident!al  waste  discharges into
public sewers.   These Federal requirements provide  the  legal  framework within
which your local  pretreatment program can control discharges  of toxic wastes.
Some of these wastes may also be affected by RCRA provisions.  This chapter
details how the National Pretreatment Program can be  used to  control toxic
waste discharges and explains the RCRA notification provision of the General
Pretreatment Regulations.

3.1  THE NATIONAL PRETREATMENT PROGRAM
     The goal of EPA's National Pretreatment Program  is to protect POTWs and
the environment from the adverse impact that may  occur  when hazardous or toxic
wastes are discharged into a sewage system.  This protection  is achieved
primarily by regulating industrial users that discharge toxic wastes or
unusually strong conventional wastes.  There are  four major problems that can
be prevented through implementation of a local pretreatment program:

       Interference with POTW operations
       Pass through of pollutants to receiving waters
       Contamination of municipal sludge
       Exposure of  workers to chemical hazards.

     Under the  National Pretreatment Program, there are three possible ways
for you to control toxic waste discharges:

     t  Implement prohibited discharge standards
       Enforce categorical pretreatment standards
     t  Require compliance with local limits.

Each type of control is summarized below.
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3.1.1  Prohibited Discharge Standards
     Section 403.5(a)  of the General  Pretreatment  Regulations  gives  POTWs  the
authority to prohibit  or limit discharges  of any pollutant,  including
hazardous wastes, which could pass through the  treatment  process  into
receiving waters, interfere with treatment plant operations, or limit sludge
disposal options.  This prohibition applies to  substances which would cause
treatment process interference or pollutant pass through, either  alone or  in
combination with other discharges or constituents  in  the  system.   More
specifically, Section  403.5(b), the prohibited  discharge  standards,  requires
the POTW to prohibit discharges of pollutants that:

       Create a fire  or explosion hazard  in the sewers or treatment works
       Are corrosive  (with a pH lower than 5.0)
     t  Obstruct flow  in the sewer system  or interfere with POTW  operations
       Upset treatment processes or cause a violation of the  POTWs discharge
        permit
       Increase the temperature of wastewater  entering the treatment plant to
        above 104F (40C).

These provisions allow your POTW to regulate or prohibit  discharges  of many
wastes that are ignitable,  corrosive,  reactive, or EP-toxic and termed
"characteristic" wastes under RCRA.  (Characteristic  wastes were  described in
greater detail in Chapter 2.)

3.1.2  Categorical Pretreatment Standards
     To complement the prohibited discharge standards which apply to all
industrial and commercial establishments connected to POTWs, the  General
Pretreatment Regulations also establish categorical  pretreatment  standards.
Categorical standards  regulate industrial  discharges  in  specific  industrial
categories determined  to be the most significant sources  of toxic pollutants
to POTWs.  Each standard contains limits for pollutants  commonly  discharged by
a specific industrial  category.  These standards are  technology-based;
pollutant limits specified in the standards apply  at  the  end of the regulated
manufacturing process.  All firms falling within particular category are
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required to comply with applicable standards, no matter where they are located
in the country.  To date, EPA has proposed 27 specific categorical  standards
of which 22 standards are final.  Many industries regulated by categorical
pretreatment standards generate hazardous wastes regulated by RCRA as well.

3.1.3  Local Limits
     The General  Pretreatment Regulations give POTWs the responsibility to
develop, implement, and enforce local limits.  Local limits are developed to
prevent interference, pass through, and sludge contamination.  POTWs must
establish and enforce local  effluent limits if:

       A categorical industry discharges pollutants harmful  to the treatment
        system and EPA has not yet promulgated categorical standards for that
        industry
       Categorical standards are not sufficient to protect treatment plant
        operations
       The POTW considers them necessary to protect its operational
        integrity.

Local limits are a third way in which hazardous  waste dischargers can be
regulated under your pretreatment program.

3.2  ELEMENTS OF A LOCAL PRETREATMENT PROGRAM
     A local pretreatment program blends legal authority, technical informa-
tion, and administrative procedures to effectively control nondomestic dis-
charges to the POTW, including toxic wastes and  wastes discharged under the
Domestic Sewage Exemption.  Legal authority means that the POTW is able to
apply and enforce Federal pretreatment requirements and any other State or
local regulations to control industrial users.  Permits or contracts are
commonly used to implement a POTW's legal authority.  Technical information
consists of the data obtained by the POTW to identify and characterize
nondomestic discharges to its treatment system.   These data are used to
establish local effluent limits that protect the treatment plant's operation,
its receiving water quality, and its sludge quality.
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     The third element of a local  pretreatment program is its administrative
procedures.  According to 40 CFR 403.8(f)(2), the POTW must establish
procedures to:

     t  Notify industrial users of applicable standards and requirements
       Receive and analyze self-monitoring reports and other notices from
        industrial users
       Randomly sample and analyze industrial effluents
       Investigate instances of noncompliance
       Comply with public participation requirements.

Section 403.8(f)(2)(iii) states that the POTW shall notify industrial users of
applicable pretreatment requirements and other applicable requirements under
both Sections 204(b) and 405 of the Clean Water Act and Subtitles C and D of
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

3.3  NOTIFICATION OF TOXIC WASTE DISCHARGERS BY POTWS
      The requirement that POTWs notify their industrial users of applicable
provisions under Subtitles C and D of RCRA ensures that those users that
produce hazardous wastes are informed of their hazardous waste management
obligations under Federal law.  Although these users may discharge toxic
substances into the public sewers  and thereby be exempt from certain RCRA
requirements, the same wastes disposed of by other means may be subject to
Subtitles C and D requirements.  Firms in this situation may not be aware of
their RCRA requirements.

     Further, under the 1984 RCRA Amendments, any industry that generates more
than 100 kilograms (about half of a 55 gallon drum) of hazardous waste per
month will soon be subject to RCRA regulations as a hazardous waste generator.
As a result of these recent amendments, the number of businesses subject to
RCRA regulations will increase from about 15,000 to roughly about 175,000.
Many of these hazardous waste generators may not be aware of what these
requirements entail.  Since most local hazardous waste generators are also
customers of your POTW, your notification that they may be subject to State
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and Federal hazardous waste regulations will greatly assist them in complying
with such regulations.

     If industries and other toxic waste generators are not adequately
informed about RCRA and State waste management regulations, they may not
understand these regulations because of their complexity.  They may take
advantage of RCRA's domestic sewage exemption and discharge additional toxic
wastes to your POTW.  Therefore, it is important for your users to understand
how hazardous waste management regulations affect them.

3.4  PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR POTWS
     This section suggests steps that your staff may wish to take in order to
notify lUs of applicable RCRA requirements.  Each POTW has its own ways of
classifying nondomestic users and its own ways of communicating with them.
Thus, these suggested steps are general in nature and you should feel  free to
modify them to meet your POTW's unique conditions.

3.4.1  How to Inform Ills
     If you want to make sure that your users know about local, State, and
Federal hazardous waste management regulations, here are some possible steps
POTW staff can take.

3.4.1.1  Contact Your State or Local Hazardous Waste Agency
     As a first step, you can contact the agency administering RCRA plus any
other State hazardous waste regulations about special State requirements for
hazardous waste generators, storage facilities, and transporters in the area
served by your POTW.  A list of the appropriate State agencies is contained in
Appendix A of this manual.  POTWs located in States or territories without
authorized hazardous waste programs should contact the waste management
division at the appropriate EPA Region.  States will often have information
packets containing State hazardous waste management requirements, like the
Federal RCRA regulations, which they can send to you.  By contacting your
State or EPA Regional waste management division, you may also be able to
obtain a list of local industries that generate, handle, or dispose of
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hazardous waste.  Such a list will  be very helpful  since it identifies those
industries subject to RCRA requirements.

3.4.1.2  Review List of POTW Industrial Users
     Your next step is to review the original list  of lUs compiled as part of
your industrial waste survey for the pretreatment program.  Because some
industries which might not be classified as Ills under your pretreatment
program discharge substances regulated by RCRA, it  is important to go back to
the original list of industries possibly subject to pretreatment requirements,
rather than using a list representing pretreatment  industries only.  For
example, commercial establishments, warehouses, railroad yards, auto repair
shops, and radiator shops may not be covered by your local pretreatment
program, but can generate, handle,  or transport hazardous wastes, and thus
should be notified about applicable RCRA provisions.

     From the original IU list, you can determine which industries may be
subject to RCRA requirements.  To make this determination, you may have to
call local industries or otherwise determine precisely what processes they
operate.  Alternatively, you may want to develop a  simple questionnaire to
send to these industrial and commercial facilities  that will  enable you to
determine which generate, handle, and transport hazardous waste.  Your efforts
in this step should result in a list of industries  potentially regulated by
RCRA.

3.4.1.3  Notify Your Industrial Users
     Notification of your IDs may take several forms.  At a minimum, you may
simply wish to send a letter with the sewer service bill stating that the IU
may be subject to hazardous waste requirements under RCRA Subtitles C and D.
A copy of such a letter can be seen in Appendix G.   If you want to send more
detailed information, Appendix B of this manual may be copied and mailed to
local industries.  In addition, two pamphlets describing small quantity
hazardous waste generators are available from EPA Headquarters.  A copy of
each appears in Appendix H.  These pamphlets as well could be sent to your
lUs.
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     To supplement this written material, you may wish to schedule an informa-
tional meeting with representatives of industrial users so that Federal  and
State hazardous waste requirements can be explained to your customers.   A
representative of EPA or the State could speak at this meeting and inform lUs
of relevant RCRA or State hazardous waste regulations.

3.4.2  Checklist for Notification of Industrial  Users
     The checklist in Table 3.1 is provided to assist you in taking necessary
steps to notify your industrial users of their hazardous waste management
requirements under Federal, State, and local  regulations.  Some items may not
apply to your particular situation and the checklist can be modified
accordingly.
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                          Table 3.1 Notification Checklist
                                                               Check  when
                                                               done,  if
Task                                                           applicable

 1.  Determine whether your State has  been  authorized  to
     administer hazardous waste regulations required under
     RCRA.  (Call  appropriate EPA Region,  if necessary.)        	

 2.  Determine whether any local  jurisdictions  served  by
     your POTW have additional  regulations  for  hazardous
     waste generators and transporters.                         	

 3.  Contact State (and local,  if applicable) hazardous
     waste regulatory authorities to clarify any  variations
     on Federal RCRA regulations that  apply in  your POTW's
     service area.                                             	

 4.  Review State and local hazardous  waste management
     regulations received from State and local  authorities,
     or EPA Region.                                            	

 5.  Modify forms in appendices of this  manual  to reflect
     State requirements or obtain examples  of State forms
     to use or revise.                                         	

 6.  Compile a list of industrial users  which may be
     subject to local, State, and Federal  pretreatment
     requirements.                                             	

 7.  Add any other users suspected of discharging
     hazardous/toxic substances to the POTW, if desired.        	

 8.  To provide basic information on RCRA applicability,
     send some form of short notice to all  industrial
     users on the list described in 7 and 8, above.            	

 9.  To provide additional information,  send notification
     packets described in Chapter 3 to all  users on the
     second list.                                              	

10.  Follow up with informational meetings on hazardous
     waste regulations, if desired.                            	
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                     4. RCRA REQUIREMENTS FOR POTWs
4.1  OVERVIEW OF POTW REQUIREMENTS
     ALL POTHS THAT RECEIVE HAZARDOUS HASTE BY TRUCK,  RAIL, OR PIPE (WHEN THE
HASTE IS NOT NIXED WITH DOMESTIC SEWAGE) ARE SUBJECT TO SOME RCRA HAZARDOUS
HASTE MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS because EPA considers these POTWs to be TSOFs.
The first step to ascertain if your POTW is a hazardous waste TSDF is to
determine whether or not your facility receives, by truck, train, or dedicated
pipe, wastes defined as hazardous under RCRA (see Chapter 2 for information on
hazardous waste definitions).  If a generator discharges hazardous wastes to
your POTW through a pipe that does not carry domestic  sewage and does not mix
with domestic sewage before the treatment plant headworks, then the domestic
sewage exemption does not apply.  In this situation, your POTW becomes a
hazardous waste TSDF.  Check with your State hazardous waste authority or EPA
to determine your plant's situation.

      In general, POTWs that receive hazardous waste and that comply with
their NPDES permits are covered by "permits by rule,"  according to 40 CFR
270.60(c).  Section 4.2 describes permit-by-rule requirements.

     If your POTW does not receive hazardous waste (according to the
definitions of hazardous waste in Chapter 2 of this manual), then it is not a
TSDF and does not need to comply with RCRA hazardous waste treatment
regulations.  If your POTW only receives substances described in Section 2.1
through a sewer or mixed with domestic sewage, then it is not a TSDF and does
not need to comply with many RCRA regulations.

     Some POTWs receiving these wastes only through sewers or mixed with
domestic sewage still generate sludge which States or  EPA may regulate as a
characteristic hazardous waste.  Although sludge from  most POTWs is not a
hazardous waste, States do regulate the disposal of POTW sludge with high
concentrations of certain toxic constituents as hazardous waste.  Since State
hazardous waste program requirements may be more stringent than Federal
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regulations, you should check with your State discharge permitting authority

or your State solid waste authority to find out how management of your POTW's

sludge is regulated.  In some areas, storage and disposal of sludge with high

metal or other toxicant content is regulated in the same way as would be any

other hazardous waste.


4.2  BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR POTWS WITH RCRA PERMITS BY RULE

     A POTW that receives hazardous wastes and is subject to a permit by rule

must comply with the requirements described below, according to 40 CFR

270.60(c).


     1.  The POTH owner or operator must have a NPDES permit, issued by EPA or
         a delegated State.

     2.  The POTW mist conply with the conditions of Its NPDES permit or State
         discharge permit.

     3.  The hazardous waste received by the POTW must meet all Federal,
         State, and local pretreatment requirements which would apply to the
         waste if it were discharged into the POTW through a sewer.  This
         means that POTWs under RCRA permits by rule may only accept types of
         waste or waste with pollutant concentrations that would be permis-
         sible under the General Pretreatment Regulations, including pro-
         hibited discharge standards, categorical standards (if the waste is
         from a categorical industry) and/or local limits.  Wastes that are
         prohibited by any pretreatment standard may not be transported or
         discharged to the POTW treatment plant or collection system.
         Industrial monitoring criteria for sewered wastes regulated by the
         pretreatment program also may apply to hazardous wastes transported
         by truck, train, or separate pipe to the POTW treatment plant or
         collection system.

     4.  The POTW must apply for and obtain an EPA hazardous waste facility
         identification number from the appropriate State or EPA Region Waste
         Management Division.

     5.  The POTH operator must use the hazardous waste manifest system for
         recordkeeping and reporting by TSDFs, as described in 40 CFR 264.71.
         According to these regulations, operators of POTWs receiving
         hazardous waste must fill out the TSDF portions of the EPA/U.S.
         Department of Transportation uniform manifest form or the equivalent
         State form.

         Any delivery of hazardous waste to the POTW treatment plant or
         collection system by truck or rail must be accompanied by a hazardous
         waste manifest form.  The POTW operator accepting the hazardous waste
         delivery should make sure that the generators' and transporters'
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    sections of all  manifest forms are properly filled out. The POTW
    operator should complete the treatment/storage/disposal sections of
    the manifests, and do the following things:

      Sign and date each copy of the manifest, certifying that the POTW
       received the hazardous waste covered by the manifest.

      Note all significant discrepancies in the manifest on each copy of
       the manifest.  Significant discrepancies include differences
       between the amount or type of hazardous waste described on the
       manifest and the amount or type of waste the POTW actually
       received.  A significant difference is greater than 10 percent by
       weight for bulk waste, or any difference in the number, size, or
       total volume of containers for batch waste.  Discrepancies in type
       can be discovered by quick inspection or by waste analysis.  They
       include instances such as the substitution of a solvent for an
       acid, or the presence of toxic constituents not reported on the
       manifest.  It is not necessary for the operator to analyze the
       waste before signing the manifest.  The operator must report
       unexplained discrepancies later, however.

      Immediately give the transporter at least one copy of the signed
       manifest.

    t  Send a copy of each signed manifest to the generator named on the
       manifest, within 30 days after delivery.

      File a copy of each manifest at the treatment facility and retain
       these manifests for at least three years from their delivery
       dates.

      The POTW operator should not accept hazardous waste delivered by
       train or boat unless the waste description and quantity sections
       of the manifest or shipping paper have been properly filled out.
       If the manifest or shipping paper does not have the necessary EPA
       hazardous waste generator and transporter numbers, generator's
       certification, and signatures, the POTW operator must still  fill
       out the TSDF sections of the manifest or shipping paper, and
       immediately give the train or boat transporter at least one copy.
       If the POTW operator does not receive a complete copy of the
       manifest within 30 days, the operator should send a signed and
       dated copy of the shipping paper back to the generator to certify
       that the POTW received the waste.  The POTW should not accept
       hazardous waste deliveries from generators of greater than 100
       kilograms but less than 1000 kilograms (during one calendar month)
       without an accompanying manifest.

6.  If the POTW operator accepts hazardous waste without a Manifest or
    shipping paper, the operator must send a report to the authorized
    State agency or EPA Regional Waste Management Division.  The report
    must be sent within 15 days after the waste is received.
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     7.  The POTV operator mist keep a written operating record at the
         facility.  This information must be recorded as it becomes available
         and maintained in the facility's permanent operating record.
         Generally, the records necessary to comply with NPDES permits also
         fulfill  many RCRA requirements.  Operators must also record the
         following information:

           A description of the quantity of each hazardous waste received

         t  Method(s) and date(s) of its treatment, storage or disposal
            including sludge disposal.

     8.  The POTV owner or operator must sutxilt a report to the authorized
         State agency or EPA Region Haste Management Division by March 1 of
         each even-numbered year.  One copy of this biennial report must be
         submitted on EPA form 8700-13B or State equivalent.  A copy of EPA
         form 8700-13B is included in Appendix I of this booklet.  The report
         must cover treatment plant activities during the previous odd-
         numbered calendar year and must include:

         t  POTW's EPA hazardous waste identification number and facility
            address

         t  Calendar year covered by the report

           EPA hazardous waste identification number for each hazardous waste
            generator from which hazardous waste was received

           Descriptions and quantities of each hazardous waste received
            during the year, listed by each generator's EPA identification
            number

           Method of treatment or storage for each hazardous waste, if there
            is any variation in these at the POTW

           Signature/certification of the POTW owner or operator.


4.3  CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS FOR POTWS WITH RCRA PERMITS BY RULE

                                    NOTICE
     All RCRA permits issued to TSDFs after November 8, 1984 must require

corrective action for all  releases of hazardous waste or constituents to any

environmental media from solid waste management units regardless of when the

hazardous waste was accepted.  EPA is currently developing a regulatory

strategy for POTWs affected by this provision (those that accept hazardous

waste by truck, rail, or dedicated pipe).  POTWs and lUs that discharge

hazardous wastes to POTWs are advised to contact appropriate State or EPA

hazardous waste officials to stay abreast of new developments in this area.
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4.4  ALTERNATIVES TO CURRENT PERMITS BY RULE

     There are three alternatives open to POTWs accepting hazardous waste not

covered by the domestic sewage exemption, by truck or train, under the new

RCRA requirements:


       The POTW Hay choose to no longer accept delivery of any hazardous
        waste, by truck, train, or separate pipe, separate from domestic
        sewage

       The POTN nay obtain a regular RCRA perarit as a treatment, storage, or
        disposal facility

       At a later date, EPA expects to establish a regulatory scheae that ay
        provide for POTW corrective action requirements 1n a national RCRA
        penrit by rule.


You may wish to weigh the advantages of each option according to the situation

of your own POTW.
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                   STATE SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE AGENCIES
                                 (August 1985)
ALABAMA
Daniel E. Cooper, Director
Land Division
Alabama Dept. of Environmental
  Management
1751 Federal Drive
Montgomery, Alabama  36130
(205) 271-7730
ALASKA

Stan Hungerford
Air and Solid Waste Management
Dept. of Environmental. Conservation
Pouch 0
Juneau, Alaska  99811
(907) 465-2635
AMERICAN SAMOA

Pati Faiai, Executive Secretary
Environmental Quality Commission
American Samoa Government
Pago Pago, American Samoa  96799

Overseas Operator
(Commercial Call  633-4116)

Randy Morris, Deputy Director
Department of Public Works
Pago Pago, American Samoa  96799
ARIZONA

Sally Mapes, Acting Manager
Compliance Section
Department of Health Services
2005 North Central
Third Floor
Phoenix, Arizona  85004
(602) 257-2209
ARKANSAS

Vincent Blubaugh, Chief
Solid and Hazardous Waste Div.
Department of Pollution Control
  and Ecology
P.O. Box 9583
8001 National Drive
Little Rock, Arkansas  72209
(501) 562-7444, ex. 504
CALIFORNIA

Joel Moskowitz, Deputy Director
Toxic Substance Control Program
Department of Health Services
714 P Street, Room 1253
Sacramento, California  95814
(916) 322-7202

Michael Compos, Executive Director
State Water Resources Control Board
P.O. Box 100
Sacramento, California  95801
(916) 445-1553
COLORADO

Keneth Waesche, Director
Waste Management Division
Colorado Department of Health
4210 E. llth Ave.
Denver, Colorado  80220
(303) 320-8333

Orville Stoddard, Deputy Director
Waste Management Division
Colorado Department of Health
4210 East llth Ave.
Denver, Colorado  80220
(303) 320-8333
                                     A-3

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FLORIDA
ILLINOIS
Robert W. McVety
Environmental Administrator
Solid Waste Section
Florida Department of Environmental
  Regulation
Twin Towers Office Building, Rm 421
2600 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, Florida  32301
(904) 488-0300
GEORGIA

John D. Taylor, Chief
Land Protection Branch
Environmental Protection Division
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
270 Washington Street, S.W., Rm 824
Atlanta, Georgia  30334
(404) 656-2833
HAWAII

Melvln Koizumi, Deputy Director
Environmental Health Division
Department of Health
P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu, Hawaii  96801
California FTS Operator 8-556-0220
(808) 548-4139
IDAHO

Steve Provant, Supervisor
Hazardous Materials Bureau
Department of Health and Welfare
State House
Boise, Idaho  83720
(208) 334-2293
Robert Kuykendall, Manager
Division of Land Pollution Control
Environmental Protection Agency
2200 Churchill Rd. Room A-104
Springfield, Illinois  62706
(217) 782-6760

William Child, Deputy Manager
Division of Land Pollution Control
Environmental Protection Agency
2200 Churchill Rd. Room A-104
Springfield, Illinois  62706
(217) 782-6760
INDIANA

David Lamm, Director,
Land Pollution Control Division
State Board of Health
1330 West Michigan Street
Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
(317) 243-5010
IOWA

Ronald Kolpa
Hazardous Waste Program Coordinator
Dept. of Water, Air and Waste Mgmt.
Henry A. Wallace Building
900 East Grand
Des Moines, Iowa  50319
(515) 281-8925
KANSAS

Dennis Murphey, Manager
Bureau of Waste Management
Dept. of Health and Environment
Forbes Field, Building 321
Topkea, Kansas  66620
(913) 862-9360
                                   A-4

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KENTUCKY
MONTANA
J. Alex Barter, Dlrtctor
Division of Waste Management
Dept. of Environmental Protection
Cabinet for Natural Rtsourcts and
  Environmental Protection
18 Rtllly Rd.
Frankfort. Kentucky  40601
(502) 564-6716
LOUISIANA

Gerald J. Healy. Administrator
Solid Waste Management Division
Dept. of Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 44307
Baton Rouge* Louisiana  70804
(504) 342-1216
Duane L. Robertson. Chief
Solid Waste Management Bureau
Dept. of Health and Environmental
  Sciences
Cogswell Bldg.
Helena. Montana  59602
(406) 444-2821
NEBRASKA

M1ke Steffensmeler, Acting Chief
Hazardous Waste Management Section
Dept. of Environmental Control
State House Station
P.O. Box 94877
Lincoln. Nebraska  68509
(402) 471-2186
Glenn Miller
Solid Waste Management Division
Dept. of Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 44307
Baton Rouge, Louisiana  70804
(504) 342-1227
MISSISSIPPI

Jack M. McMillan. Director
Division of Solid and Hazardous
  Waste Management
Bureau of Pollution Control
Department of Natural Resources
P.O. Box 10385
Jackson. Mississippi  39209
(601) 961-5062
MISSOURI

Dave Bedan. Director
Waste Management Program
Department of Natural Resources
117 East Dunalln Street
P.O. Box 1368
Jefferson City. MO  65102
(314) 751-3241
NEVADA

Verne Rosse
Waste Management Program Director
Division of Environmental Protection
Dept. of Conservation and
  Natural Resources
Capitol Complex
201 South Fall Street
Carson City. Nevada  89710
(702) 885-4670
NEW HAMPSHIRE

Dr. Brian Strohm. Assistant Director
Division of Public Health Services
Office of Waste Management
Director of Health and Welfare
Health and Welfare Building
Hazen Drive
Concord. New Hampshire  03301
(603) 271-4608
NEW JERSEY

Dr. Marwan Sadat, Director
Division of Waste Management
Department of Environmental Protection
32 E. Hanover Street. CN-027
Trenton. New Jersey  08625
(609) 292-1250
                                   A-5

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NEW MEXICO
SOUTH DAKOTA
Tony Drypolcher, Chief
Ground Water and Hazardous Waste Bureau
Environmetnal Improvement Division
N.M. Health and Environmental Dept.
P.O. Box 968
Santa Fe, New Mexico  87504-0968
(505) 984-0020, ext. 272
Peter Pache, Program Manager
Hazardous Waste Section
Ground Water and Hazardous Waste Bureau
Environmental Improvement Division
N.M. Health and Environmental Dept.
P.O. Box 968
Santa Fe, New Mexico  87504-0968
(505) 984-0020, ext. 340
Joel C. Smith, Administrator
Office of Air Quality and Solid Waste
Dept. of Water and Natural Resources
Joe Foss Building
Pierre, South Dakota  57501
(605) 773-3329
TENNESSEE

Tom Tiesler, Director
Division of Solid Waste Management
Bureau of Environmental Services
Tennessee Department of Public Health
150 9th Ave., North
Nashville, Tennessee  37203
(615) 741-3424
NORTH CAROLINA

O.W. Strickland, Head
Solid and Hazardous Waste
  Management Branch
Environmental Health Section
Department of Human Section
Division of Health Services
306 North Wilmington Street
P.O. Box 2091
Raleigh, North Carolina  27602-2091
(919) 733-2178
RHODE ISLAND

John S. Quinn, Jr., Chief
Solid Waste Management Program
Dept. of Environmental Management
204 Cannon Building
75 Davis Street
Providence, Rhode Island  02908
(401) 277-2797
SOUTH CAROLINA

Robert E. Mai pass, Chief
Bureau of Solid and Hazardous Waste
  Management
S.C. Dept. of Health and
  Environmental Control
2600 Bull Street
Columbia, South Carolina  29201
(803) 758-5681
TEXAS

Jack Carmichael, Chief
Bureau of Solid Waste Management
Texas Department of Health
1100 West 49th Street, T-602
Austin, Texas  78756
(512) 458-7271

Jay Snow, Chief
Solid Waste Section
Texas Department of Health
1700 North Congress, Room 237-1
P.O. Box 13087, Capitol Station
Austin, Texas  78711
(512) 475-2041
UTAH

Dale Parker, Director
Bureau of Solid and Hazardous
  Waste Management
Department of Health
P.O. Box 2500
150 West North Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah  84110
(801) 533-4145
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VERMONT

Richard A. Valent1nett1, Director
Air and Solid Waste Programs
Agency of Environmental Conservation
State Office Building
P.O. Box 489
Montpelier, Vermont  05602
(802) 828-3395
VIRGIN ISLANDS

Robert V. Eepoel, Director
Hazardous Waste Program
Division of Natural Resources
Department of Conservation and
  Cultural Affairs
P.O. Box 4340, Charlotte Amalie
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands  00801
D.C. Overseas Operator  472-6620
(809) 774-6420
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       Appendix C
EPA Listed Hazardous Waste

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                              HAZARDOUS  WASTE  FROM  NONSPECIFIC  SOURCES  (F  LIST)

                                                            40  CFR  PART  261.31
 Industry and EPA                                                            Hazardous waste                                                       Hazard code
tazavdous waste No.
 F1	 The following spent halogenated solvent* used m deo/eeaing. tetrachloroethytene. tnchloroethylene, methylene chloride. 1 1,1-tnchloroeln-  (T)
                             ant. carbon tetrachtonde. and chlorinated fluorocarbons. and sludges trom the recovery ol these solvents in degreasing operations.
 F002	 The following spent halogenated solvents: telrachloroethylene. methylene chloride, tnchkxoethylene, 1.1.t-tnchloroethane. chkxobenzene,  (T)
                             t.1.2-tnchloro-1>2.2-tntluoroethane> ortho-dKhKxobenzene, and tnchlorofluoromethane. and the still bottoms from the recovery of these
                             solvents.
 FOM	 The following spent non-nelogenated solvent!: xylene. acetone, elhyl acetate, ethyl benzene, ethyl ether,  methyl itobutyl ketone n-butyl  (I)
                             alcohol,  cydoheunone. and metnanol, ana the st* bottoms from the recovery of these solvents.
 F004	 The following spent non-natogenated solvent*,  cresols and cresylw aod and nitrobenzene, and the sttl bottoms from the recovery of these  (T)
                             solvents.
 F005	 The following spent non-halogenated solvents-  toluene, methyl ethyl ketone, carbon disulfide. isobutanol. and pyridine; and the still bottoms  (I, T)
                             from the recovery ol these solvents.
 F008	 Wastewater treatment sludges from electroplating operations except from the  following processes (1) sulfunc acid anodizing of aluminum;  (T)
                             (2) tin plating on carbon steel: (3) me plating (segregated basis) on carbon steel. (4) aluminum or  zinc-aluminum plating on carbon steel;
                             (5) cleaning/stripping associated with tin, zinc and aluminum plating on carbon steel, and (6) chemical etching and mlhng of aluminum.
 F019	 Wastewater treatment sludges from the chemical  convereran coating of elurmnum	  (T)
 FOOT	 Spent Cyanide plating bath solutions from electroplating operations.                                                          (R. T)
 F006   	 Plating sludges trom the bottom of plating baths from electroplating operations where cyanides are used m the process           (R. T)
 F009	  Spent slipping and cleaning bath solutions from electroplating operations where cyanides are used in the process                (R. T)
 FOtO	 Quenching bath residues from oil baths trom metal heat treating operations where cyanides are used in the process.              (R. T)
 F011	   Spent cyanide solutions from salt bath pot cleaning from metal heat treating operations.                                       (R. T)
 FQ12	  Quenching wastewater treatment sludges trom metal heat treating operations where cyanides are used in the process            (T)
 FO24	Wastes, including, but not limited to, distillation residues, heavy ends, fars, and reactor cleanout wastes from the production of     (T)
                              chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons, having carbon content trom one to five, utilizing free radical catalyzed processes [This listing
                              does not include light ends, spent filters and niter aids, spent dessicants. wastewater. wastewater treatment sludges, spent
                              catalysts, and wastes listed in $261 32].
 FO20	    Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon  from hydrogen chloride purification) trom the production or manufacturing use (as a  (H)
                              reactant. chemical intermediate, or component in a formulating process) of  tn- or tetrachlorophenol. or of intermediates used to
                              produce their pesticide derivatives (This listing does not include wastes from the production  of Hexachlorophena
                              from highly purified 2.4.5-tnchlorophenol)
 F021    	Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon  from hydrogen chloride purification) from the production or manufacturing use (as a  (H)
                              reactant. chemical intermediate, or component in a formulating process) of  pentachlorophenol. or of intermediates used  to
                              produce its derivatives.
 F022	 Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon  trom hydrogen chloride purification) trom the manufacturing use (as a reactant.      |H)
                              chemical intermediate,  or component in a  formulating process) of tetra-. penta-. or  nexachlorobenzenes under
                              alkaline conditions.
 F023 ....       	Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon  from hydrogen chloride purification) from the production of matenals on equipment   (H)
                              previously used tor the production or manufacturing use (as a reactant.  chemical intermediate,  or component in a formulating
                              process) of tn- and tetrachloropnenols. (This listing does not include wastes trom equipment used only for the production or use of
                              Hexachlorophene trom highly purified 2.4.5-tnchlorophenol)
 FO26       ..             Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon  from hydrogen chloride purification) from the production of materials on equipment   (H)
                              previously used for the manufacturing use (as a reactant. chemical intermediate, or component in a  formulating process)
                              of tetra-. penta-. or hexachlorobenzene under alkaline conditions
 FO27	  Discarded unused formulations containing tn-.  tetra-  or  pentachlorophenol or discarded unused formulation containing compounds (H)
                              derived from these chlorophenols. (This listing does not include formulations containing Hexacnioropnene synthesized from
                              prepuntled 2.4.5-tnchlorophenol as the  sole  component)
 FO28	 Residues resulting from the incineration or thermal treatment of soil contaminated with EPA Hazardous Waste Nos FO20. FO21.   (T)
                              F022. F023. FOX. and F027



                 (261 31 amended by 45 FR 47833. July 16. 1980. revised by 45 FR 74890. November 12. 1980. 46  FR 4617  January 16. 1981. 46 FR
                 27476. May 20. 1981.  49 FR 5312. February 10. 1984,  50 FR 661. January 4. 1985, 50  FR  1999. January 14. 1985)
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                      HAZARDOUS WASTE  FROM SPECIFIC SOURCES  (K LIST)

                                       40 CFR PART 261.32
Industry and EPA
hazardous ast No
Wood PrMarvation.
Inorgarac Piomann
K002
K003 	
K004 	
K005 	
K006 	
K007 	
KOCH 	
Organic Cnamcalc
KOOB
KOtO 	
KOIt 	
KOI3 	
K014 	
KOtS 	
K0t 	
KOI 7 	
K0t8 	 	
K019
K020 	
KOZ1 	
K022
K023 	 	
K093 	 	
K094 	
K02S 	
K026 	
K027 	 	
K02S 	 	
K029
K095
KOW 	
KOU 	
KI03 	  	
K104 .. 	 	
K06S 	 - 	
KtOS .. .
Inorganic Chanwala:
K071 	

K106 	
Pettodaa:
K031 	
K032 	
K033 	 	
K034 	
K097 	
K035 	
K036 	
K037 	
K03 	
K039 	
K040 	
K041 	
KOM 	
K942 	
K043 	
K099 	
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K044 	
K045 	
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.- .. Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of motybdate orange pigment* 	 	 	
. Waslewa'er ueatment sludge from the production of chrome green pigments . . . 	 	
Wastewatar treatment sludge from the production o* chrome oxide green pigments (anhydrous and hydrated) 	



Distillation sxJe cuts from the production of acetafdehyda from ethylene 	

. , Bottom stream from the acetonitnle column m the production of acryfomtnle 	 	
Bottoms from the acetonitnle purification column m the production of acrylonitnte ... 	
. Still bottoms from the dntdlabon of benzyl chionde . . 	

....... Heavy end* (SON bottoms) from the purification column mthe production of epichlorohydnn
	 Heavy ends from the (racnonation column  ethyl chionde production. 	 	 	
	 Heavy end* from the dnttHation of ethytene dwhionde m ethylen* dchiond* producDon .... 	
	 Heavy end* from the daWatwn of vmyl chlonda  vmyi chionde monomar production 	
Aqueous spent antimony catalyst wast* fro luoromethane* prorjuctton , , .

	 	 Dtftiaatton tight ends from the production of phtnabc anhydride from naphthaltna 	
	 DtsMatnn IgM ends from the production of phthakc anhydride from ortho-iylen* 	
	 Distillation bottoms from the production of phtnahc anhydride from ortho-xyiena
	  Ownaatton bottom* from the production of ratrobenten* by the nitration of benzen*)
	 Stripping (Ml tails from tna production of methy etnyl pyndmea 	
	 Centrifuge and distillation residues from toluene dnocyanate production 	 	
.... Spent catalyst from the hydrocNonnator reactor in the production of l.l,l-tncntorothana 	
, 	  Waste from the product steam stripper m the production of 1 1 1-tnchtoroethana
..... Dabflabon bottom* from the production of 1,1 1 -tncWoroethane
	 Heavy end* from the heavy ends column from the production of 1.1.1-tnchloroathana 	 	



	 Otsbtlation or fractionation column bottoms from the production ot cMorobanienaa 	

	 Bnne punfication muds from the mercury cefl process m chlonne production, where separately prapunfied brma  not uaad

	 Wastewater treatment sludge from the mercury ceM process in chlonne production 	
	 By-product salts generated m the production of MSMA and cacodyltc aod 	


	 Filler solids from the filtration of hexachlorocyctopentadttne m the production of cMordane

	 Wastewater treatment sludges generated in the production of creosote . ..

	 Wastewater treatment sludges from (ha production of disuifoton  . ... 	
... Wastewater from the washing and stripping of phorate production ... 	
. .. Filter cake from the filtration of dtethylphosphorodithioic acid in the production of phorate

	 Wastewater treatment sludge from the producbon of toxaohene 	
	 Untreated process wastewatar from the production of toxaphene 
	 Heavy ends or distillation residue* from the febHation of tetrachiorobenzene i the production of 2 4.5-T
	 2 6-Ochbvophenot waste from the production of 2.4-O . _ 	 ....
	 Untreated wastewater from the production of 2.4-D .
. Wastewater treatment sludge* from the manufacturing and processing of etptostves 	 	 	 	

..... WfStawaiar treatment sludgM Ir^m lh* rnanijfftctunng, (nrmiilafioq nd InArtmg nt MMKM**90 tftmtlg Compound*









Waste leaching solution from acid leaching of emission control dust/sludge 'rom secondary lead smelting 	 _ 	

OsWlabon tar residue* from the dobttabon of ankne-oased compound* * the production of veterinary oharmacauaeaJa *om arseMC or
organo-arsanic compound*.
compound*.
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C6I 3: amended bv 45 FR 47833. July 16. 1980: 45 FR 72039. October 30. 1980: revised by 45 FR
74980. November \2. 1980: 46 FR 4617. January 16, 1981; 46 FR 27476, May 20. 1981)
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                  DISCARDED  COMMERCIAL  CHEMICAL PRODUCTS,  OFF-SPECIFICATION  SPECIES
CONTAINER  RESIDUES,   AND  SPILL  RESIDUES   IDENTIFIED  AS ACUTE  HAZARDOUS  WASTES  (P  LIST)
                                                           40  CFR  PART  261.33(e)
Hazardous
waste No
P023
pftfty
r"vU*
P057 . . .
POM
POM
P001




P002
POOS .
P070
P004
POOS.
P008
P007
POOS
P009
P1 19
P010
P012.
P011
P011
P012
P038
POS4
P013
P024
P077
P028
P042

POU
P028
P015
P016
P017
P018
P021
P123
P103
P022
P022
P095
P033
P023
P024
P026
P029
P030

P031
P033
P03
P037
P038
P039

P041
P040
P043 	
P044 .. .
P045

P071 . .

P082
P046 	
P047 	
P034 	
P04S 	
P020 	
POSS. ..
P039
P049 	
P109
Substance
Acetaldehyde. chkxo-
Acetamde. 2-fluoro-
Acebc acid. fluoro-, sodium salt
Acatvndk; acid. N-((melhylca/.
bamoyflojrylthic-. methyl eater
and salts, whan present at concentrations
greater than 0.3%.
[P001 amended by 49 FR 19923.
May 10. 1984)
i-Acetyi-2-thiourea
Acroieir
AWicarb
Aldnn
Ally! alcohol
Aluminum phosphide
5-(Aminomethyl)-3-isoxazolol
4-aAminopyndine
Ammonium picrate (B)
Ammonium vanadata
Arsenic acid
Arsenic (III) oxide
Arsenic (V) oxide
Arsenic pentoxide
ArMrnc tnoxide
Arsine. diethyl-
Azindine
Barium cyanide
Benzenamine. 4-chiorc-
Benzenamine 4-nitro-
Benzene. (chioromethyl)-
t 2-BenzenedicJ, 4-[i-hydroxy-2-(methyl-
aminolethvll.
Benzenethiol
Benzyl chloride
Beryllium dusl
Bis(chioromethyi) ether
Bromoacetone
Brucine
Calcium cyanide
Camphene octachloro-
Carbamimidoselenoic acid
Carbon bisulfide
Carbon diaulfide
Carbonyl chloride
Chlorine cyanide
Chioroacetaldahyde
p-Chioroanibne
1 -(o-Cnloropnenylltfnourea
Copper cyamdea
Cyamoea (soluble cyanide salts), not else-
where specified
Cyanogen
Cyanogen cnlonde
Otthlorophenytarsine
Owldnn
Owthylanina
O.O-Owthyl S-(2-(ethylthio)e1hyl] pnospnoro-
drtNoaw
Owttiyi-p-i Hlf uphawiyi phoephate
O.O-Oiethyl O-pyrazmyt phoap^orothioate
Onopropyl fhjorophoephale  - -
Omemoale
3.3-0nemy(-Hmethytthio>-2-outanone. O-
((methytammo)carbonyl) owne
O.O-Omethyl O-p-nrtrophenyl phoaphoro-
rhwate
uimeuiyifiiuiniaiiiiiiw
4.S-Dmrtro-o-aeol and salta
2!^Sr*Sh2Irt0n*Ji*h*n01
Omoaeb
Oiphoapnoramd*. octamethvl-
OiauHoton
2,4-Orthiobiurel
Othwoyrophoaprionc aad. tetraethyl ester
                                                          Hazardous
                                                          waste No
Substance
Hozardous
Wasld No
                                                        P050	I Endoaulfan
                                                        POM	   EndbthaH
                                                        POS1	   Endm
                                                        P042.    .    Epmaphnna
                                                        P048.  . .   Ethanamma. 1.1-dimethyl-2-phenyl-
                                                        P084	  Etrwnamna. N-mathyt-N-nrtroao-
                                                        P101	   Ethyl cyanida

                                                        P097 !'.  '...  I Famoftur
                                                        POM	Fluonne
                                                        P057  	  FluoroacetamiOe
                                                        POM	 Fluoroacebc aod. sodium salt
                                                        POM	 Fulmlnw acid, marcury(ll) salt (R,T)
                                                        POM 	 Heptacnkx
                                                        POS1	   1.2.3,4.10,10-HaaefHoro-6.7-apoxy-
                                                                       1,4,4a.S.a,7.8,8a4ctahydro4ndo.ando-
                                                                    !   1,4 5,8-dlmathanonephthalene
                                                        037  .   . | 1.2.3,4.10.lO-Heachkxo-8.7acriloro-i.4.4a.5.a.8a-
                                                                       haahydn>1,4.5.8-endo. endb-dimeth-  an-
                                                                       onaphmalena
                                                        =004   .     i,2.3,4.io.iO-Haxachkxo-i.4.4a.5.a.8a-
                                                                       haahydro-1.4 S.8-endo,ao)cart>onyljoiiime
              Propanemtnle
              Propanenitnle. 3-chkxc-
             ! Proparwnitnle, 2-hydroxy-2-methyl-
              ' ,2.3-Propanetnol. tnnrtrate- (H)
              2-Propanone. 1-bromo-
              P'ooargyl aJcohol
              2Propeoal
              2-Propen-i-ol
              1,2-Propylenimine
              2-Propyn-1-ol
              4-Pyridmamine
              Pyndme.   (S)-3-(1-methyl-2-pyrroiidinyl)-,   and
               salts
              Pyrophosphonc acid, tetraethyl ester
              Selenourea
              Silver cyanide
              Sodium azide
              Sodium cyanide
              Strontium sullide
              Strychnidin-10-ona. and salts
              Strychnin-10-one. 2.3-*methoxy-
              Strychrone and salta
              Suilunc acid, thallwm(l) salt
              Teiraethylditrnopyrophosphate
              Tatraethyl lead
              Tetraethylpyrophosphate
              Tetramtromethane (R)
              Tetraphosphonc acid  hexaethyl ester
            ,  Thallic oxide

             Thallwmdll) oxide
             Thallium(l) selenrte
             Thalhumd) suHate
             Thiofanox
             Thioimidodcarbonic awrade
             Thiophenol
             Truosermcarbazide
             Thnurea. (2-chloropnenyi)-
             Thiourea, 1-naphthalenyt-
             Thiourea, phenyl-
             Toxaphene
             Tnchkxometnanethiol
             Vanadic acid, ammonium salt
             Vanadium pentoxide
             Vanadum(V) oxide
            Warfarin, when present at concentra-
             tions greater than 0.3%.
               [P001 amended by 49 FR 19923.
                       May 10.1984)
             Zinc cyanida
             Zinc phosphide, when present at con
             centrations  greater than  10%.

               [P122 amended by 49 FR 19923.
                       May 10. 1984)
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                    DISCARDED  COMMERCIAL  CHEMICAL  PRODOCTS,   OFF-SPECxFICATIOH  SPECIES,
            CONTAINER  RESIDUES,  AND  SPILL  RESIDUES  IDENTIFIED  AS  TOXIC WASTES   (D  LIST)
                                                               40  CFR PART  261.33(f)
  Hazardous
  Wait* No.
Substance
0005         Acetamide. N-9H-lluoren-2-yl-
0112        ' Acetic acid, ethyl ester (I)
0144        ! Acetic acid, lead salt
0214         Acetic acid, thail'umd) salt
0002        i Acetone (I)
U003        , Acetonitnle tl,T)
0004        ! Acetophenone
U005         2-Acetylamtnofluorene
U006        , Acetyl chloride (C.fl T)
U007        , Acrylamide
U008        i Acrylic acid '')
U009        | Acrylonitn,
U150        I Alamne.  3-[p-bis(2-chloroethyl)amino]
               phenyl-. L-
U011        , Amitrde
0012        . Aniline (I.T)
J248        | 3-(alpha-Acetonyibenzvl)-4-hydroxy-
               coumann and salts, when present at con-
            (   centrations of 0 3% or less
 0014         Auramine
 U015        ' Azaaenne
 U010        j Azmno(2',3'3,4)pyrrolo(1.2-a)indole-4.7-dione.
             [   6-amino-8-[((aminocarbonyf)   oxy)methyl]-
                1,1 a.2.8.8a.8b-hexahydro-8a-methoxy-5-
                methyl-,
 U157        i BenzCilaceanthrylene.  1,2-dihydro-3-methyl-
 U016        I BenzCclacndme
 0016        : 3.4-Benzacndine
 0017         Benzal chloride
 U018         Benz[a]anthracen
 0018        ! 1,2-Benzanttvacene
 0094   .     | i .2-Benzanthracene. 7.12-dimethyl-
 0012        I Benzenamine (I.T)
 0014        j Benzenamine.   4,4'-carbonimidoylbis(N,N-di-
             I   melhvt-
 U049        i Benzenamine. 4-chioro-2-methyl-
 0093        j Benzenamine. N.N'-dimethyM-phenylazo-
 0158 .       ! Benzenamine. 4.4'-methylenebia(2-chlorc-
 0222        | Benzenamine. 2-methyl-. hydrochlonde
 U18I        i Benzenamine, 2-methyl-5-mtro
 0019         Benzene (I.T)
 U038         Benzeneacetic acid. 4-chkxo-alpha-(4-chloro-
                phenyl)-alpha-hydroxy. ethyl eater
 0030        ! Benzene. 1 -bromo-4-pnenoxy-
 0037        j Benzene, chloro-
 0190	  [ 1.2-Bnzenedicarboylicacid anhydride
 0028        i 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic   acid.   [bis(2-ethyl-
             I   hexyl)) ester
 0069        | i,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, ottutyl eater
 0088         1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, diethyl eater
 U102         i.2-Benzenedicarboxyl
 0106       ,  Benzene. 1 -methyl-2.6-dinrtro-
 0203       :  Benzene. 1.2-methylenedioxy-4-alryl-
 U141          Benzene. 1,2-metnylenedioxy-4-propenyl-
  0090       , Benzene. 1.2-methylenedioxy^flropyl-
  U055       j Benzene. (1-metnytethyl)- (I)  	 -
  0169       I Benzene, nitro- (I.T)
  U183        i Benzene, pentachloro-
  0'85  ,       Benzene. pentacnKxo-ntro-
  0020         BenzenesuKonic  acid chloride (C H)
  0020         Benzenesullonyl  chloride (C.H)
  L207        . Benzene  1.2.4.5-tetrachloro-
  L'023         Benzene  (tnchloromethyl)-(C.R T)
  T234        I Benzene. 1,3.5-tnnitro- (R T)
  J021        ] Benzidine
  J202         1.2  8enzisothiazolm-3-one. i 1-draxide
  0120        | Benzod.kltluorene
  0022        ' Benzotalpyrene
  0022        | 3.4-8enzopvrene
  0197        i p-Benzoquinone
  0023         Benzotnchlonde  (C R.T)
  0050        !  1,2-8enzphenanthrene
  0085        , 2 2'-8ioxirane (I.T)
  0021        ! (1,1 -Biprienyl)-4,4 -diamine
  U073        , (1,1 -Bipnenyl)-4,4 .diamine. 3.3 -dichloro-
  U091        , (1.1 -8ipnenyl)-4,4 .diamine. 3 3 -aimethoxy-
  U095        ! (1,1 -6ipnenvl)-4.4-diamine, 33  dimethyl-
                             J024         Bis(2-chloroetnoxy) methane
                             U027         8PS(2-cnlorasopropyl) ether
                             U244        ' Bisldimethyltniocarbamoyl) disulfide
                             U028        ! Bis(2-emyinexyi) pntnaiate
                             U246         Bromine cyanide
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0090         OihydrosatroM
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U092         Omethylanww (I)
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                              Appendix D
                       Notification of Hazardous
                             Waste Activity
                           (EPA Form 8700-12)
From EPA pamphlet entitled "Notification of Hazardous Waste Activity.'
Prepared by the Office of Solid Haste and Emergency Response, 1985.

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            How  To  Notify U.S.  EPA  of Your Waste  Activities
I. How To Decide If You Handle A Regulated

   Hazardous Waste:

Persons who generate, transport, treat, store, or dispose of sol id
wastes must decide if their solid waste is a hazardous waste
regulated under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
(RCRA). In addition, persons who recycle secondary materials
must also determine whether those materials  are solid and
hazardous wastes under the provisions of RCRA  If you need
help making this determination after reading these instructions,
contact the addressee listed for your State in Section II(C)

You will need to refer to 40 CFR Part 261 of the Code of Federal
Regulations (copy enclosed) to help you decide if the waste you
handle is regulated under RCRA '

To determine if you are regulated under RCRA, ask yourself the
following questions:


A) Do I Handle A Solid Waste?

Section  261.2  of the Code of Federal Regulations (hereafter
referred to as  CFR) defines "solid waste" as any discarded
material that is not excluded under Section 261.4(a) or that is
not excluded by variance granted under Sections 260.30 and
260.31. A discarded material is any material which is:

   1) abandoned, as explained in 261.2(b); or

   2) recycled, as explained in 261.2(c); or

   3) considered inherently waste-like as explained in 261.2(c).

For a more complete discussion of the "Definition of Solid
Waste"  refer to the Federal Register  of January 4,  1985
(Excerpts of that notice are included in this package for your
reference.:


B) Has My Waste Been Excluded From The Regulations?

The list of exclusions can be found in Section 261.4 of the CFR If
the solid waste that you handle has been excluded or exempted,
then you do not need to notify U.S. EPA for that waste.

If your solid waste was not excluded from the regulations, you
need to decide if it is a hazardous waste that U.S. EPA regulates.
The U.S. EPA regulates hazardous waste two ways: 1) by specif-
ically listing the waste and assigning it a unique EPA Waste
Code Number; or 2) by regulating it because it possesses any of
four  hazardous characteristics and assigning it a generic EPA
Waste Code Number.
                                                            E) Has My Waste Been Exempted From The Regulations?

                                                            The list of exemptions can be found in 261 5 and 261 6(aX3) of
                                                            Part 40 of the CFR If the hazardous waste that you handle has
                                                            been exempted, then you do not need to notify U.S  EPA for that
                                                            waste


                                                            II. How To File Form 8700-12, "Notification

                                                               of Hazardous Waste Activity"

                                                            If your waste activity is regulated under RCRA by the U S. EPA,
                                                            you must notify the U.S. EPA of your activities and obtain a U S
                                                            EPA  Identification  Number. You can satisfy both of  these
                                                            requirements by completing and signing the enclosed notifica-
                                                            tion form and mailing it to the appropriate address listed in Part
                                                            C of this section for your State


                                                            A) How Many Forms Should I File?

                                                            A person who generates hazardous waste, or owns or operates
                                                            a facility that treats, stores or disposes of hazardous  waste
                                                            needs to submit one notification form per site or location. If you
                                                            conduct hazardous waste  activities at more than one location,
                                                            you must submit a separate form for each location.

                                                            If you only transport hazardous waste and do not generate, treat,
                                                            store or dispose of these wastes, you may submit one form
                                                            which  covers all transportation activities your company con-
                                                            ducts. This form should be sent to the appropriate address (listed
                                                            in Part C) that serves the State where your company has its
                                                            headquarters. However, if you are a transporter who also gener-
                                                            ates, treats, stores, or disposes of hazardous wastes, you must
                                                            complete and submit separate notification forms to cover each
                                                            location.


                                                            8) Can I Request That This Information Be Kept Confidential?

                                                            All information you submit in a notification can be released to
                                                            the public, according to the Freedom of Information Act unless it
                                                            is determined to be confidential by U.S.  EPA pursuant to 40 CFR
                                                            Part 2. Since notification information is very general, the U S
                                                            EPA believes it is unlikely that any information in your notifica-
                                                            tion could qualify to be  protected from release. However, you
                                                            may make a claim of confidentiality by printing the word "CON-
                                                            FIDENTIAL" on both sides of the  Notification Form and on any
                                                            attachments.

                                                            EPA will take action on the confidentiality claims in accordance
                                                            with 40 CFR Part 2.
                                                            C) Where Should I Send My Completed Fotm?

                                                            Listed alphabetically  below are the names, addresses and
                                                            phone numbers of the proper contacts in each State where you
                                                            can get  additional information, more forms and where you
                                                            should mail your completed forms.

                                                            As shown here, the U.S. EPA and many States have arranged for
                                                            the States to answer your questions and receive your completed
                                                            forms. In a few instances the workload is shared between U S
                                                            EPA and the State, or handled by U.S. EPA alone. To avoid delay
                                                            and confusion, follow the directions for your State very carefully.
C) Is My Solid Waste Specifically Listed As A Hazardous
   Waste?

Sections 261.31   261.33 of the CFR identify certain solid
wastes that U.S. EPA has specifically listed as hazardous. Per-
sons who handle listed hazardous waste are subject to regula-
tion and must notify U S EPA of their activities. Refer to this
section of the CFR (enclosed) to see if your waste is included as a
"listed waste."


D) Does My Solid Waste Possess A Hazardous
   Characteristic?

Even if your waste is not specifically listed as a hazardous waste,
it may still be hazardous because it  exhibits certain hazardous
characteristics. These characteristics are 1) Ignitability; 2) Cor-
rosivity; 3) Reactivity; and 4) Extraction Procedure Toxicity. Sec-
tion 261.20 through 261.24 of the CFR explains what each of
the characteristics are and outlines  the testing procedures you
should use to determine if your waste meets these characteris-
tics. Persons who handle characteristic waste that is regulated
must notify U.S. EPA of their activities.

   'Many States have requirements that vary from the Federal regulations. These State regulations maybe more strict than the Federal requirements by identifying
   additional wastes as hazardous, or may not yet include all wastes currently regulated under RCRA It is your responsibility to comply with all regulations that apply to
   you For more information on state requirements, you are strongly urged to contact the appropriate addressee listed for your State in Section HfCt of these
   instructions

EPA Form 8700-12 (Rev. 6-85)
                                                    D-l

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                        Alphabetized State Listing Of Hazardous Waste Contacts
Alabama

Land Division
Alabama Department of Environmental Management
State Capitol
Montgomery, AL 36130

(205)271-7730

Alaska

EPA Region X
Waste Management Branch
MS-530
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
(206)442-2777

American Samoa
To Obtain Information or Forms Contact

American Samoa Government
Department of Public Works
Pago Pago, American Samoa 96799

(Commercial Call 633-4116)

Mail Your Completed Forms To
U S EPA Region IX
Toxics and Waste Management Division
215 Fremont Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Arizona

To Obtain Information or Forms Contact.

Arizona Department of Health Services
2005 N  Central, Room 301
Phoenix, AZ 85005

(602) 257-0022

Mail Your Completed Forms To.

U S EPA Region IX
Toxics and Waste Management Division
215 Fremont Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

Arkansas

Arkansas Department of Pollution Control
Solid and Hazardous Materials
PO Box 9583
Little Rock, AR 72219

(501)562-7444

California
To Obtain Information or Forms Contact

California Department of Health Services
Toxic Substances Control Division
714 P Street
Sacramento. CA 95814

(916)324-1781
Mail Your Completed Forms To
U S EPA Region IX
Toxics and Waste Management Division
215 Fremont Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

Colorado

Colorado Department of Health
Waste Management Division
4210 E  11th Ave
Denver,  CO 80220

(303) 320-8333
Commonwealth of North Mariana Islands
To Obtain Information or Forms Contact

Department of Public Health and Environmental Services
Division of Environmental Quality
Saipan, Mariana Islands 96950

Overseas Operator  6984
Cable address GOV NMI Saipan

Mail Your Completed Forms To
U S EPA Region IX
Toxics and Waste Management Division
215 Fremont  Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Connecticut

Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
Hazardous Materials Management Unit
State Office Building
165 Capitol Ave
Hartford, CT06106

(203)566-5712

Delaware

Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environment
Solid Waste Management Branch
PO Box 1401
Dover, DE 19901

(302)736-4781

District Of Columbia
Department of Environmental Services
Pesticides and Hazardous Materials Division
5000 Overlook Ave , S W
Washington,  DC 20032

(202) 767-8422

Florida
Solid Waste Section
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation
Twin Towers  Of'ce Bldg Rm  421
2600 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, FL 32301
(904) 488-0300

Georgia

Land Protection Branch
Environmental Protection Division
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
270 Washington St , S W
Room  824
Atlanta, GA 30334
(404) 656-2833
Guam

To Obtain Information or Forms Contact
Jim Branch, Administrator
Guam EPA
PO Box 2999
Agana, GU 96910
(Overseas Operator) 646-8863

Mail Your Completed Forms To
U S EPA Region IX
Toxics and Waste Management Division
215 Fremont  Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
EPA Form 8700-12 (Rev. 6-85)
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Hawaii
To Obtain Information or Forms Contact:

Hawaii Department of Health
Environmental Protection and Health Services Division
Noise and Radiation Branch
PO Box3378
Honolulu. HI 96801
(808) 458-3075
Mail Your Completed Formt To:

U.S EPA Region IX
Toxics and Waste Management Division
215 Fremont Street
San Francisco. CA 94105
Idaho
EPA Region X
Waste Management Branch
MS 530
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle. WA 98101

(206)442-2777

Illinois
To Obtain Information or Formt Contact:

Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
Division of Land Pollution Control
2200 Churchill Road
Springfield.  IL 62706

(217)782-6761
Mail Your Completed Formt To:

RCRA Activities
U.S.EPA Region V
Waste Management Division
P.O. Box A3587
Chicago, IL 60690

Indiana

RCRA Activities
U.S. EPA Region V
Waste Management Division
P.O. BoxA3587
Chicago, IL 60690

(312)886-6148

Iowa
U.S. EPA Region VII
RCRA Branch
726 Minnesota Avenue
Kansas City. KS 66101
(816)374-6534

Kansas
Kansas Department of Health and Environment
Bureau of Waste Management
Forbes Field. Bldg. 321
Topeka. KS 66620
(913)862-9360
Kentucky
Division of Waste Management
Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection
Fort Boone Plaza. Building No. 2
18ReillyRoad
Frankfort. KY 40601
(502)564-6716

Louisiana*

Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
Solid Waste Management Division
P.O. Box 94307
Baton Rouge. LA 70804

(504)342-1227

'If you dispose of RCFtA listed or characteristic waste in
Louisiana you must nave an EPA ID Number
Maine Department of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Oil and Hazardous Materials Control
Division of Licensing and Enforcement
State HouseStation 17
Augusta, ME 04333

(207) 289-2651
Maryland

Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Waste Management Administration
201 West Preston St.,
Baltimore,  MD 21201
(301)383-5740

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality
Division of Solid and Hazardous Waste
One Winter Street
Boston, MA 02108

(617)292-5851
Michigan

RCRA Activities
U.S. EPA Region V
Waste Management Division
P.O. Box A3587
Chicago. IL 60690

(312)886-6148
Minnesota

To Obtain Information or Formt Contact:

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Solid and Hazardous Waste Division
1935 West County Rd.. 8-2
Roseville, MN55113

(612)297-1779

Mail Your Completed Forms To:

RCRA Activities
U.S. EPA Region V
Waste Management Division
PO. BoxA3587
Chicago, IL 60690

Mississippi

Division of Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Mississippi Department of Natural Resources
P.O. Box 10385
Jackson, MS 39209

(601)961-5078

Missouri

Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Waste Management Program
P O.Boxl 368
Jefferson City. MO 65102
(314)751-3241

Montana

Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences
Solid and Hazardous Waste Bureau
Cogswell Building, Room B201
Helena, MT 59620

(406)444-2821

Nebraska

Nebraska Department of Environmental Control
Hazardous Waste Management Section
P.O. Box 94877
Lincoln, NE 68509

(402)471-2186
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 Nevada
 To Obtain Information Or Forms Contact:

 Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
 Division of Environmental Protection
 Capitol Complex
 Carson City, NV 89701

 (702) 885-4670
 Mail Your Completed Forms To:

 U.S. EPA Region IX
 Toxics and Waste Management Division
 215 Fremont Street
 San Francisco, CA 94105
 New Hampshire

 New Hampshire Department of Health and Welfare
 Office of Waste Management
 Health  and Welfare Building
 Hazen Drive
 Concord,  NH 03301

 (603)271-4608
 New Jersey

 To Obtain Information or Forms Contact:

 New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
 Division of Waste Management
 Hazardous Waste Advisory Program
 32 E. Hanover Street
 P.O. Box CN028
 Trenton, NJ 08625

 (609) 292-8341

 Mail Your Completed Forms To:

 U.S EPA  Region II
 Air and Waste Management Division
 26 Federal Plaza
 New York, NY 10278

 New Mexico
 Hazardous Waste Section
 New Mexico Environmental Improvement Division
 P O. Box 968
 Santa Fe, NM 87504-0968

 (505) 984-0020 Ext  340
 New York

 To Obtain Information or Forms Contact:

 New York Department of Environmental Conservation
 Division of Solid and Hazardous Waste
 Manifest Section
 50 Wolf Rd., Room 209
Albany. NY 12233-0001
 (518)457-0530
Mail Your Completed Forms To:
 U.S EPA Region II
Air and Waste Management Division
 26 Federal Plaza
 New York, NY 10278
 North Carolina

 Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Branch
 Environmental Health Section
 Department of Human Resources
 Division of Health Services
 306 North Wilmington Street
 P.O Box 2091
 Raleigh, NC 27602-2091

(919)733-2178

 North Dakota

 North Dakota Department of Health
 Division of Hazardous Waste
Management and Special Studies
 1200 Missouri Ave , Room 302
 Bismarck, ND 58501

(701)224-2366
 Ohio

 RCRA Activities
 U.S  EPA Region V
 Waste Management Division
 P 0. Box A3587
 Chicago, IL 60690

 (312)886-6148

 Oklahoma

 U.S. EPA Region VI
 Air and Hazardous Materials Division
 1201 Elm Street
 Inter-First Two Building
 Dallas. TX 75270

 (214)767-9885
 Oregon
 EPA, Region X
 Waste Management Branch
 MS 530
 1200 Sixth Avenue
 Seattle, WA 98101

 (206)442-2777

 For Information On State Requirements:

 Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
 Hazardous and Solid Waste Management Division
 P O. Box 1760
 Portland, OR 97207

 (503)229-5913
 Pennsylvania

 U.S. EPA Region III
 Waste Management Branch
 MS 3HW 34
 841 Chestnut Street
 Philadelphia, PA 19107

 (215)597-7354

 Puerto Rico

 To Obtain Information Or Forms Contact:

 Environmental Quality Board
 Land Pollution Control Area
 PO  Box 11488
 Santurce, PR 00010-1488

 (809) 722-0439

 Mail Your Completed Forms To:
 U S.  EPA Region II
 Air and Waste Management Division
 26 Federal Plaza
 New York, NY 10278
 Rhode Island

 Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management
 Division  of Air and Hazardous Materials
 204 Cannon Bldg
 75 Davis Street
 Providence, Rl 02908
(40!) 277-2797

South Carolina

 Bureau of Solid and  Hazardous Waste Management
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
 2600 Bull Street
Columbia, SC 29201

(803) 758-5681

South Dakota

South Dakota Department of Water and Natural Resources
Office of Air Quality  and Solid Waste
Joe Foss Building
Pierre, SD 57501

(605) 773-3329

Tennessee
Division of Solid Waste Management
Tennessee Department of Health and Environment
Customs House, 4th Floor
701 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37203

(615)741-3424,2577,3959
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Texas
Commercial. Municipal, Federal. State. Handlers Contact.

Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Solid Waste Management
1100 West 49th Street. T-602
Austin. TX 78756

(512)458-7271

Industrial Handlers Contact:

Texas Department of Water Resources
Industrial Solid Waste Section
P O  Box  13087
Capital Station
Austin. TX 78711

(512)475-2014

Utah

Utah Department of Health
Bureau of Solid and Hazardous Waste
State Office Building, Room 4231
PO  Box 45500
Salt Lake City, UT 84145-0500

(801)533-4145

Vermont

Vermont Agency of Environmental Conservation
Air and Solid Waste Programs
State Office Building
79 River Street
Montpelier, VT 05602

(802) 828-3395

Virgin Islands

To Obtain Information Or Forms Contact.

Division of Natural Resources Management
Hazardous Waste Program
Department of Conservation and Cultural Affairs
PO  Box 4340
Charlotte Amahe
St Thomas, VI 00801

(809) 774-3320

Mail Your Completed Forms To

U S  EPA  Region II
Air and Waste Management Division
26 Federal Plaza
New York, NY 10278

Virginia

Virginia Department of Health
Division of Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Madison Building
109 Governor Street
Richmond, VA23219

(804)786-5271
Washington

U S EPA Region X
Waste Management Branch
MS 530
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

(206) 442-2777
For Information on State Requirements
Washington Department of Ecology
Hazardous Waste Section
Olympia, WA 98504
(206) 459-6300

West Virginia

West Virginia Department of Natural Resources
Division of Water  Resources
1201 Greenbrier Street
East Charleston. WV 25311
(304) 384-5935

Wisconsin
To Obtain Information or Forms Contact

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Bureau of Solid Waste Management
PO Box792l
Madison, Wl 53707
(608)266-2111

Mail Your Completed Forms to

RCRA Activities
U S EPA Region V
Waste Management Division
PO BoxA3587
Chicago, IL 60690
Wyoming
EPA Region VIM
Waste Management Division (8HWM-ON)
One Denver Place
Suite 1300
999 18th Street
Denver, CO 80202-2413
(303)293-1502
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III. Line-By-Line Instructions For Completing
    EPA Form 8700-12

Type or print in black ink all items except Item X, "Signature,"
leaving a blank box between words. When typing, hit the space
bar once between characters and three times between words. If
you must use additional sheets, indicate clearly the number of
the item on the form to which the information on the separate
sheet applies.

ITEMS t-lll  Name, Mailing Address, and Location of
             Installation:
Complete Items I  III. Please note that the address you give for
Item III  "Location of Installation" must be a physical address,
not a post office box or route number. If the mailing address and
physical facility location are the same, you can print "SAME" in
box for Item III.

ITEM IV  Installation Contact:
Enter the name, title and business telephone number of the
person who should be contacted regarding information submit-
ted on this form.

ITEM V  Ownership:
A) Enter the name of the legal owner of  the installation. Use
additional sheets if necessary to list more than one owner.
B) Enter  an "F" in the box  if the installation is  owned by a
Federal Agency An installation is Federally-owned if the owner
is the Federal Government, even if it is operated by a private
contractor. If the facility is not owned by  the Federal Govern-
ment leave the box blank.

ITEM VI  Type of Hazardous Waste Activity:
Mark "X" in the appropriate box(es) to show which hazardous
waste activities are going on at this installation
A) Generation: Mark  an "X" in this box if you generate a
hazardous waste identified or listed in 40 CFR Part 261.
For Small Quantity Generators (Less Than 1000 Kilograms/
Month):
If the total amount of hazardous waste that you generate is less
than 1000 kilograms in each calendar month, please mark an
"X"  in the GENERATOR box  and print  the words "SMALL
QUANTITY  GENERATOR" across the top of the Notification
Form (Form 8700-12).
B) Transportation: If you move  hazardous waste by air, rail,
highway, or water then mark an "X" in this box. All transporters
must complete Item VII. Transporters do not have to complete
Item IX of this form, but must sign the certification  in Item X.
Refer to Part 263 of the CFR for an explanation of the Federal
regulations for hazardous waste transporters.
C) Treat/Store/Dispose: If you treat, store or dispose of regu-
lated hazardous waste, then mark an "X" in this box. You are
reminded to contact  the appropriate addressee listed for your
State in Section II(C) of this package to request Part A of the
RCRA Permit Application. Refer to Parts 264 and 265 of the CFR
for an explanation of the Federal regulations  for hazardous
waste facility owners/operators
D) Underground Injection: Persons who generate and/or treat,
store, or dispose of hazardous waste must place an "X" m Box D
if an injection well is located at their  installation.  An injection
well is defined as any hole in the ground, including  septic tanks,
that is deeper than it is wide and that is used for the subsurface
placement of fluids.

ITEM VII  Mode Of Transportation:
Complete this item only if you transport hazardous waste. Mark
an "X" in the box to indicate the method(s) of transportation you
use.
ITEM VIII  First Or Subsequent Notification:
Place an "X" in the appropriate box to indicate whether this is
your first or a subsequent notification. If you have filed a pre-
vious notification, enter your EPA Identification Number in the
boxes provided.
NOTE: When the owner of a facility changes, the new owner
must notify U.S. EPA of the change, even if the previous owner
already received a U.S. EPA Identification Number  Because the
U.S. EPA ID Number is "site-specific," the new owner will keep
the existing ID number.
If the facility moves to another location, the owner/operator
must notify EPA of this change. In this instance a new U.S  EPA
Identification  Number will be assigned,  since the facility has
changed locations.

ITEM IX  Description Of Hazardous Waste:*
You will need to refer to Title 40 CFR Part 261 (enclosed) in order
to complete this section. Part 261 identifies those wastes that
EPA defines as hazardous. If you need  help completing this
section, please contact the appropriate addressee for your state
as listed in Section II(C) of this package.
Section A  If you handle hazardous wastes that are listed in
the "nonspecific sources" category in Part 261.31, enter the
appropriate 4-digit numbers m the boxes provided.
Section B  If you handle hazardous wastes that are listed in
the "specific industrial sources" category in Part 261.32, enter
the appropriate four-digit numbers in the boxes provided.
Section C  If you handle any of the "commercial chemical
products" listed as wastes in Part 261.33, enter the appropriate
four-digit numbers in the boxes provided.
Section D  Disregard, since EPA has not yet published infec-
tious waste regulations.
Section E  If you handle hazardous wastes which are not
listed in any of the categories above, but do possess a hazardous
characteristic, you should describe  these wastes by their
hazardous characteristic. (An explanation of each characteristic
is found at Part 261.21 261.24.) Place an "X" m the box next to
the characteristic of the wastes that you handle.

ITEM X  Certification:
This certification must be signed by the owner/operator or an
authorized representative of your installation  An "authorized
representative" is a person responsible for the overall operation
of the facility  (i.e., a plant manager or  superintendent,  or a
person of equal responsibility). All notifications must include
this certification to be complete.
   "Transporters requesting a U.S EPA Identification Number do not need to complete this item, but must sign the "Certification" in Item X.

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IV. Definitions
The following definitions are included to help you to under-
stand and complete the Notification Form:
Act  or RCRA means the Solid Waste Disposal Act.  as
amended by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of
1976, as amended by the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amend-
ments of 1984, 42 U.S.C. Section 6901  et seq.

Authorized Representative means the person responsible for
the overall operation of the facility or an operational unit (i.e.,
part of a facility), e.g.,  the plant manager, superintendent or
person of equivalent responsibility.

Disposal means the discharge, deposit, injection, dumping,
spilling, leaking,  or placing of any solid waste or hazardous
waste into or on any land or water so that such solid waste or
hazardous waste or any constituent thereof may enter the
environment or be emitted into the air or discharged into any
waters, including ground waters.

Disposal Facility means a facility or part of a facility at which
hazardous waste is intentionally placed into or on any land or
water, and at wtjich waste will remain after closure.

EPA Identification (I.D.) Number means the number assigned
by EPA to each generator, transporter, and treatment, storage,
or disposal facility.

Facility means all contiguous  land, and structures, other
appurtenaces,  and improvements on the land, used for treat-
ing, storing, or disposing of hazardous  waste. A facility may
consist of several treatment, storage, or disposal operational
units (e.g., one or more landfills, surface impoundments,  or
combinations of them).

Generator means any person, by site, whose act or process
produces hazardous waste identified or listed in  Part 261  of
this chapter or whose act first  causes a hazardous waste to
become subject to regulation.

Hazardous Waste means a hazardous waste as defined in 40
CFR Part 261.

Operator means the person responsible for the overall opera-
tion of a facility.

Owner means a person who owns a facility or part of a facility.
Storage means the holding of hazardous waste for a temporary
period, at the end of which the hazardous waste is treated,
disposed of,  or stored elsewhere.

Transportation means the movement of hazardous waste by
air, rail, highway, or water.

Transporter means a person engaged in the off-site transpor-
tation of hazardous waste by air, rail, highway, or water.

Treatment means any method, technique, or process, includ-
ing neutralization, designed to change the physical, chemical,
or biological character or composition of any hazardous waste
so as to neutralize such waste, or so as to recover energy or
material resources from the waste, or  so as to render such
waste  nonhazardous,  or less  hazardous; safer to transport,
store or dispose of; or amenable for recovery, amenable for
storage, or reduced in volume.
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          Appendix E
Uniform Hazardous Watte Manifest
 (EPA Forms 8700-22 and 8700-22A)

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U.S. EPA Form 8700-22
  Read all instructions before
completing this form.
  This form has been designed for use
on a 12-pitch (elite) typewriter; a firm
point pen may  also be usedpress
down hard.
  Federal  regulations require generators
;md transporters of hazardous waste
and owners or operators of hazardous
waste treatment, storage, and disposal
facilities to use this form |B700-22) and.
if necessary, the continuation sheet
(Form 8700-22A) for both inter and
intrastate transportation.
  Federal regulations also require
generators and transporters of
hazardous waste and owners or
operators of hazardous waste treatment.
storage and disposal facilities to
complete the following information:
                

GENERATORS
Item 1. Generator's  U.S  El'A ID
\umberManifest  Uoi.ument Number

   Enter the generator's U.S. EPA twelve
d I.-ess
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 the generator. The address should be the
 location that will manage the returned
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1 6 GENERATOR'S CERTIFICATION: 1 hereby declare that the contents of this consignment are fully and accurately described above by
proper shipping name and are classified, packed, marked, and labeled, and are in all respects in proper condition for transport by highway
according to applicable international and national government regulations
Unless 1 am a small quantity generator who has been exempted by statute or regulation from the duty to make a waste minimization certification
under Section 30O2(b) of RCRA, 1 also certify that 1 have a program in place to reduce the volume and toxicity of waste generated to the degree 1
have determined to be economically practicable and 1 have selected the method of treatment, storage, or disposal currently available to me which
minimizes the present and future threat to human health and the environment
Printed/Typed Name Signature Month Day Year
1 1 1 1 1 1
17 Transporter 1 Acknowledgement of Receipt of Materials
Printed/Typed Name Signature Month Day Year
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18. Transporter 2 Acknowledgement of Receipt of Materials
Printed/Typed Name Signature Month Day Year
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20. Facility Owner or Operator. Certification of receipt of hazardous materials covered by this manifest except as noted in Item 19.
Printed/Typed Name Signature Month Day Year
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Item 4. Generator's Phone Number
  Enter a telephone number where an
authorized agent of the generator may
be reached in the event of an
emergency.
Item 5. Transporter 1 Company Name
  Enter the company name of the first
transporter who will transport the
waste.
Item ft U.S. EPA  ID Number
  Enter the U.S. EPA twelve digit
identification number of the first
transporter identified in item 5.

Item 7. Transporter 2 Company Name
  If applicable, enter the company name
of the second transporter who will
transport the waste. If more than two
transporters  are used to transport the
waste, use a Continuation Sheet(s) (EPA
Form 8700-22A) and list the transporters
in the order they will be transporting the
waste.

Item 8. U.S. EPA  ID Number
  If applicable, enter the U.S. EPA
twelve digit identification number of the
second transporter identified in item 7.
  Note.If more than two transporters are
used, enter each additional transporter's
company name and U.S. EPA twelve digit
identification number in items 24-27 on the
Continuation Sheet (EPA Form 8700-22A).
Each Continuation Sheet has space to record
two additional transporters. Every
transporter used between the generator and
the designated facility must be listed.

Item 9. Designated Facility Name and
Site Address
  Enter the company name and site
address of the facility designated to
receive the waste listed on this
Manifest. The address must be the site
address, which may differ from the
company mailing address.

Item 10. U.S. EPA ID Number
  Enter the U.S. EPA twelve digit
identification number of the designated
facility identified in item 9.
Item 11. U.S. DOT Description
(Including Proper Shipping Name.
Hazard Class, and ID Number (UN/
NA)J
  Enter the U.S. DOT Proper Shipping
Name. Hazard Class, and ID Number
(UN/NA) for each waste as identified in
49 CFR 171 through 177.
  Not*If additional space is needed for
waste descriptions, enter these additional
descriptions in item 28 on the Continuation
Sheet (EPA Form 8700-22A).

Item 12. Containers (No. and Type)
  Enter the number of containers for
uach waste and the appropriate
abbreviation from Table I (below) for
the type of container.

Table ITypes of Containers
DM = Metal drums, barrels, kegs
DW = Wooden drums, barrels, kegs
DF = Fiberboard  or plastic drums,
    barrels, kegs
TP=Tanks portable
TT-Cargo tanks (tank trucks)
TC=Tank cars
DT = Dump truck
CY = Cylinders
CM = Metal boxes, cartons, cases
    (including roll-offs)
CW = Wooden boxes, cartons, cases
CF = Fiber or plastic boxes, cartons,
    cases
BA = Burlap, cloth, paper or plastic bags

Item 13. Total Quantity
  Enter the total quantity of waste
described on each line.
Item 14. Unit (Wt./Vol.)
  Enter the appropriate abbreviation
from Table II (below) for the unit of
measure.

Table IIUnits of Measure
G = Gallons (liquids only)
P=Pounds
T=Tons (2000 Ibs)
Y=Cubic yards
L=Liters (liquids only)
K=Kilograms
M = Metric tons (1000 kg)
N = Cubic meters

Item 15. Special Handling Instructions
and Additional Information
  Generators may use this space to
indicate special transportation,
treatment, storage, or disposal
information or Bill of Lading
information. States may not require
additional, new, or different information
in this space. For international
shipments, generators must enter in this
space the point of departure (City and
State) for those shipments destined for
treatment, storage, or disposal outside
the jurisdiction of the United States.

Item 16. Generator's Certification
  The generator must  read, sign (by
hand), and date the certification
statement. If a mode other than highway
is used, the word "highway" should be
lined out and the appropriate  mode (ran.
water, or air) inserted in the space
below. If another mode in addition to
the highway mode is used, enter the
appropriate additional mode (e.g.. ar.d
rail) in the space below.
  Note.All of the above information e\cept
the handwritten signature required in item 16
may be preprinted.
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TRANSPORTERS

Item 17. Transporter 1
Acknowledgement of Receipt of
Materials

  Enter the name of the person
accepting the wate on behalf of the first
transporter. That person must
acknowledge acceptance of the waste
described on the Manifest by signing
and entering the date of receipt.

Item 18. Transporter 2
Acknowledgement of Receipt of
Materials

  Enter, if applicable, the name of the
person accepting the waste on behalf of
the second transporter. That person
must acknowledge acceptance of the
waste described on  the Manifest by
signing and entering the date of receipt.
  Not*.International Shipment*
Transporter Responsibilities.
ExportsTransporters must sign and enter
the date the waste left the United States in
item 15 of Form 8700-22.
ImportsShipments of hazardous waste
regulated by RCRA and transported into the
United States from another country must
upon entry be accompanied by tht U.S. EPA
Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest.
Transporters who transport hazardous waste
into the United .States  from another country
are responsible for completing the Manifest
(40 CFR 263.10(c)(l))'.

Owners and Operators of Treatment.
Storage, or Disposal Facilities

tti'm 19. Discrepancy Indication Space

  The authorized representative of the
designated (or alternate) facility's owner
or operator must note in this space any
significant discrepancy between the
waste described on the Manifest and the
waste actually received at the facility.

  Owners and operators of facilities
located in unauthorized States (i.e.. the
U.S. EPA administers the hazardous
waste management program) who
cannot resolve significant discrepancies
within IS days of receiving the waste
must submit to their Regional
Administrator (see list below) a letter
with a copy of the Manifest at issue
describing the discrepancy and attempts
to reconcile it (40 CFR 284.72 and
265.72).

  Owners and operators of facilities
located in authorized States (i.e., those
States that have received authorization
from the U.S. EPA to administer the
hazardous waste program) should
contact their State agency for
information on State Discrepancy
Report requirements.

EPA Regional Administrators

Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA
  Region I. J.F. Kennedy Fed. Bldg..
  Boston, MA 02203
Regional Administrator. U.S. EPA
  Region II. 26 Federal Plaza. New York.
  NY 10278
Regional Administrator. U.S. EPA
  Region III. 6th and Walnut Sts..
  Philadelphia. PA 19108
Regional Administrator. U.S. EPA
  Region IV. 345 Courtland St.. NE..
  Atlanta. CA 30365
 Regional Administrator. U.S. EPA
   Region V, 230 S. Dearborn St..
   Chicago. IL 60604
 Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA
   Region VI. 1201 Elm Street. Dallas. TX
   75270
 Regional Administrator. U.S. EPA
   Region VII. 324 East llth Street.
   Kansas City. MO 64108
 Regional Administrator. U.S. EPA
   Region VIII. i860 Lincoln Street.
   Denver. CO 80295
 Regional Administrator. U.S. EPA
   Region IX 215 Freemont Street. San
   Francisco. CA 94105
 Regional Administrator. U.S. EPA
   Region X1200 Sixth Avenue. Seattle.
   WA 98101

 Item 20. Facility Owner or Operator
 Certification of Receipt of Hazardous
 Materials Covered by Thit Manifest
 Except as Noted in Item 19

   Print or type the name of the person
 accepting the waste on behalf of the
 owner or operator of the facility. That
 person must acknowledge acceptance of
 the waste described on th* Manifest by
 signing and entering the date of receipt
   Items A-K are not required by Federal
 regulations for intra- or interstate
 transportation. However, States may
 require generators and owners or
 operators of treatment, storage, or
 disposal facilities to complete some or
 all of items A-K as part of State
 manifest reporting requirements.
 Generators and owners and operators of
 treatment storage, or disposal facilities
are advised to contact State officials for
guidance on completing the shaded
areas of the Manifest
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       UNIFORM HAZARDOUS
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                                         21. Generator's US EPA K> No.
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                                                                                        SUM Manifest Do
                                                        I Number
                                                                                      M. State Generator's IO
    24. Transport**	Company Nama
                                                     25. US EM K> Numtar
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                                                                                       . Transportar't Phono
    26. Tranaportac	Company Nama
 27. US EPA 10 Numbar
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    28. US DOT Oaaeriplian (Including *opar Sniffing Warn*. Huunl CteM, tod 0) Humbert
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Instructions Continuation Sheet. U.S.
EPA Form 8700-22A
  Read all instructions before
co.Tplfiting this form.
  This form has been designed for use
on a 12-pitch (elite) typewriter a firm
point pen may also be used press
tlown hard.
  This form must be used as a
continuation sheet to U.S. EPA Form
8700-22 if:
 More than two transporters are to be
  used to transport the waste:
 More space is required for the U.S.
  DOT description and related
  information in Item 11 of U.S. EPA
  Form 8700-22.
  Federal regulations require generators
und transporters of hazardous waste
and owners or operators of hazardous
waste treatment, storage, or disposal
facilities to use the uniform hazardous
waste manifest (EPA Form 8700-22) and.
if necessary, this continuation sheet
(EPA Form 8700-22A) for both inter- and
mtrastate transportation.

GENERATORS

Item 21. Generator's U.S. EPA ID
      r  Manifest Document Number
  Enter the generator's U.S. EPA twelve
digit identification number and the
unique five digit number assigned to this
Manifest (e.g.. 00001) as it appears in
i!<-m 1 on the first puge of the Manifest.

Itum 22. Puye -

  Enter the page number of this
Continuation Sheet.

I :i'm 2,1. Generator's .\'tm;e

  Enter the generator's name as it
appears in iU-m 3 on the  first page of ihe
Manifest.

/,'< :n _'/. Transporter - Company
V/.-vp
  If aJditioiiol trunsjiorters arc used to
;i\.r.spoit the waste described on  this
Manifest, enter the company name of   
path Additional transporter in the order
in which they will transport the waste.
Enter after the word "Transporter" the
order of the transporter. For example.
Transporter 3 Company Name. Each
Continuation Sheet will record the
names of two additional transporters.
Item 25. U.S. EPA ID Number
  Enter the U.S. EPA twelve digit
identification number of the transporter
described in item 24.
                TRANSPORTERS
                /////* .iJ.
Item 28. Transporter 
Name
 Company
  If additional transporters are used to
transport the waste described on this
Manifest, enter the company name of
each additional transporter in the order
in which they will transport the wast*.
Enter after the word 'Transporter" the
order of the transporter. For examDle.
Transporter 4 Company Name. Each
Continuation Sheet wnj record the
names of two additional transporters.

Item 27. U.S. EPA ID Number
  Enter the U.S. EPA twelve digit
identification number of the transporter
described in item 26.

Hem 28. U.S. DOT Description Including
Proper Shipping Name, Hazardous
Class, and ID Number (UN/NA)
  Refer to item 11.

Hum 29. Containers (No. and Type}
  Refer to item 12.

Item 30. Total Quantity
  Refer to item 13.

Item 31. Unit (Wt./Va! 1
  Refer to item 14.

Item 32. Special Handling Instructions
  Generators may  use this space to
indicate special transportation.
treatment, storage, or disposal
information or Bill  of Lading
information. States are not authorized to
require additional, new. or different
information in this space.
                           nf
Materials
  Enter the same number of the
Transporter as identified in item 24.
Enter also the name of the person
accepting the waste on behalf of the
Transporter (Company Name) identified
in item 24. That person must
acknowledge acceptance of the waste
described on the Manifest by signing
and entering the date of receipt.
Item 34. Transporter -
Acknowledgement of Receipt of
Materials
  Enter the same number as identified
in item 26. Enter also the name of the
person accepting the waste on behalf of
the Transporter (Company Name)
identified in item 26. That person must
acknowledge acceptance of the waste
described on the Manifest by signing
and entering the date of receipt.
                 
Owners and Operators of Treatment.
Storage, or Disposal Facilities
Item 35. Discrepancy Indication Space
  Refer to item 19.
  Items L-R are not required by Federal
regulations for intra- or interstate
transportation. However. States may
require generators and owners or
operators of treatment, storage, or
disposal facilities to complete some or
all of items L-R as part of State manifest
reporting requirements. Generators and
owners and operators of treatment.
storage, or disposal facilities are
advised to contact State officials for
guidance on completing the shaded
areas of the manifest
  (Editor's note: In a separate notice.
the Environmental Protection  Agency
February 26. 1980. published a notifi-
cation form to be used by generators.
transporters, and operators involved in
hazardous waste activities < 45 FR
12746i  That form and the instructions
for completing it  are reprinted here for
the convenience of subscribers.
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      Appendix F
Generator Annual Report
   (EPA Form 8700-13)

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Please print or type with ELITE type (12characters per inch).
                          Form Approved OMB No. 2000-0058
                          GSA No. 0271-EPA-Aft
                     U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

                           HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT
                                                                        I. TYPE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT
                                                                                   PART A: GENERATOR ANNUAL REPORT
                                                                                THIS REPORT IS FOR THE YEAR ENDING DEC.31.
                                                                                     PART B:  FACILITY ANNUAL REPORT
                 PLEASE PLACE LABEL IN THIS SPACE
                                                                                      THIS REPORT FOR YEAR ENDING DEC. 31.
                                                                                  PART C:  UNMANIFESTED WASTE REPORT
                                                                                THIS REPORT IS FOR A WASTE
                                                                                  RECEIVED (day, mo., & yr.)
INSTRUCTIONS:  You may have received a preprinted label attached to the front of this pamphlet; affix it in the designated space aboveleft. If any of the
information on the label is incorrect, draw a line through it and supply the correct information in the appropriate section below. If the label is complete and
correct, leave Sections II, III, and IV below blank.  If you did not receive a preprinted label, complete all  sections. "Installation"  means a single site where
hazardous waste  is generated, treated, stored, or disposed of. Please refer to the specific instructions for generators or facilities before completing this form.
The information requested herein is required by law (Section 3002/3004 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act).
 II. INSTALLATION'S EPA I.D. NUMBER
 III. NAME OF INSTALLATION
 IV. INSTALLATION MAILING ADDRESS
                                     _4
                                     STREET OR P.O. BOX
                                CITY OR TOWN
 V. LOCATION OF INSTALLATION
                                 STREET OR ROUTE NUMBER
                                CITY OR TOWN
 VI. INSTALLATION CONTACT
                                    NAME (last and first)
                                                                                               PHONE NO. (area code & no. I
VII. TRANSPORTATION SERVICES USED (for Part A reports only)
  List the EPA Identification Numbers for those transporters whose services were used during the reporting year represented by this report.
VIII. COST ESTIMATES FOR FACILITIES (for Part B it-ports only)


              A. COST ESTIMATE FOR FACILITY CLOSURE
B. COST ESTIMATE FOR POST CLOSURE MONITORING AND
           MAINTENANCE (disposal facilities onl))
  I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the information submitted in this and all attached documents, and that
  based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, I believe that the submitted information is true, accurate,
  and complete. I arn aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.
                A PRINT OR TYPE NAME
                                                                              SIGNATURE
                                                                                                                     C  DATE SIGNED
EPA Form 8700-13 (1-81)
                                                                                                             PAGE
                                                                                                                              OF

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                                                                                                                              OF
     Please print or type with ELITE type 112characters/inch)
                                                                              Form Approved OMB No. 2000- 0058
                                                                              GSA No. 12345-XX
                                                          FACILITY REPORT - PARTS B & C
                                                       (Collected under the authority of Section .1004 of RCRA 1
      FOR OFFICIAL.
        USE ONLY
                          t. DATS; RECEIVED
  i   H  U-iii9rT
2. RECEIVED BY
                                                XVI. TYPE OF REPORT (enter an "X")
                                                    D-ARTB
                                                  DP
                                                                         XVII. FACILITY'S EPA I.D. NO.
                       1
                                                                 GENERATOR ADDRESS (street or P.O. box, city, state, & zip code)^
                                                                                                                                 o| 14 ||i
      XXI. WASTE IDENTIFICATION
L.INE
NUMBER
                             A. DESCRIPTION OF WASTE
                                                             B. EPA
                                                          HAZARDOUS
                                                            WASTE
                                                           NUMBER
                                                         (see instructions)
   c.
 HAND-
  LING
METHOD
  (enter
  code)
                                                                               -i	1-
D AMOUNT
 OF WASTE
 E.
 lij Cj
L.o:"2
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                      GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: UNMANIFESTED WASTE REPORT (EPA Form 8700-13 & 13B)
GENERAL INFORMATION

Included with these instructions is a detachable copy of EPA Form 8700-13,
Hazardous Waste Report and  EPA Form 8700-13B, Facility Report-Parts
B & C (forms an printed back-to-back). In addition to these General Instruc-
tions and the Summary of Specific Instructions, a partial reproduction of
applicable instructions originally printed in the Federal Register, Volume 45,
No. 98, pages 33228, 33256, & 33257 is included. Ignore all shaded instruc-
tions and form sections because they do not apply to Unmanifested Waste
Reports.
WHO MUST FILE

Any hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal facility that accepts
wastes from an off-site source without an accompanying manifest must file
an Unmanifested Waste Report.
WHAT TO FILE

An Unmanifested Waste Report consists of two forms:
  (1) The Hazardous Waste Report, EPA Form 8700-13, as a cover sheet,
  with
  (2) The Facility Report-Parts B & C, EPA Form 8700-13B.
The Hazardous Waste Report asks general information, such as the name and
address of the facility.

The Facility Report Parts B  & C. asks more  detailed  information. The
Facility Report is used both as part of the Annual Report (Part B). and as
an  Unmanifested Waste Report (Part C). To use this form as an Unmani-
fMtad Wast* Report, you must read all the directions for Parts B & C, and
follow the special instructions for Part C.
WHEN TO FILE

The owner or operator must prepare and submit the Unmanifested Waste
Report  within 15 days after  receiving an Unmanifested waste (see 40 CFR
265.76).
WHERE TO FILE

Mail this  report to the  Regional Office  that serves your State. Please use
Table 1 to determine the address of the appropriate Regional Office.
                                                SUMMARY OF SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS
Section I-Part C
Please enter the date that the unmanifested waste was received at the facili-
ty. Parts A and B of this Section do not apply to the Unmanifested Waste
Report.

Section* II through VI
Complete as instructed in the Specific Instructions that follow.

Sections Vt and VIII
Ignore these sections.

Section IX
Complete as instructed in the Specific Instructions that follow.
Section XVI
When using this form as an Unmanifested Waste Report, put an "X" in the
box marked Part C.

Sections XVII through XXI
Complete as instructed in the Specific Instructions that follow.

Section XXII: IMPORTANT
Facilities accepting an unmanif iested hazardous waste shipment rni'st supply
EPA with  information which clearly indentifies the transporter of such ship-
ment, as required  in the Subpart C Specific Instructions relating to this sec-
tion. Additionally, facilities should include here any information known re-
garding the generators of the wastes included in the unmanifested shipment.
                                SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR EPA FORM 8700-13 (ignore shaded areas)
                                  (Reproduced from the Federal Register, Volume 45, No. 98, pages 33256 & 33257.)
 IMPORTANT: Read all instructions before completing this form.
Section I: Type of Hazardous Waste Report

PART A: GENERATOR ANNUAL REPORT
For generators who ship their waste off-site to facilities which they do not
own or operate; fill in the reporting year for this report (e.g., 1982).

  NOTE: Generators who ship hazardous waste off-site to a facility which
  they do not own or operate must complete the facility (Part B)  report
  instead of the Part A report.

PART B: FACILITY ANNUAL REPORT
For owners  or operators of on-site or off-site facilities that treat, store, or
dispose  of hazardous waste; fill in the reporting year for this report (e.g.,
1982).

PART C: UNMANIFESTED WASTE REPORT
For facility  owners or operators who accept  for treatment, storage,  or dis-
posal any hazardous waste from an off-site source without an accompanying
manifest; fill in the date the waste  was  received at the facility  (e.g., April
12, 1982).
Section II Through Section IV: Installation I.O. Number, Name of Installa-
tion, and Installation Mailing Address

If you received a preprinted label from EPA, attach it in the space provided
and leave Sections II through IV blank. If there is an error or  omission on
the label, cross out the  incorrect  information and fill  in the appropriate
items(s). If  you did not receive a preprinted label,  complete Section  II
through Section IV.
Section V: Location of Installation

If your installation location address is different than the mailing address,
enter the location address of your installation.
Section VI: Installation Contact

Enter the name (last and first) and telephone number of the person whom
may be contacted regarding information contained in this report.


Section VII: Transportation Services Used (for Part A Reports Only)

List the  EPA Identification Number  for each transporter whose services
you used during the reporting year.


Section VIII: Cost Estimates for Facilities (for Part B Reports Only)

  A. Enter the most  recent cost estimate for facility closure in dollars. See
Subpart H of 40 CFR parts 264 or 265 for more detail.

  B. For disposal facilities only, enter the most recent cost estimate for post
closure monitoring and maintenance. See Subpart H  of 40 CFR parts 264 or
265 for more detail.
Section IX: Certification

The generator or his authorized representative (Part A reports) or the owner
or operator of the facility or his authorized representative (Parts B and C re-
ports)  must  sign and date the certification where indicated. The printed or
typed name  of  the person signing the report must also be included where
indicated.
  NOTE: Since more than one page is required for each report, enter the
  page  number of each sheet in the lower right corner as well as the total
  number of pages.

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                           PART B SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR  EPA FORM 8700-13B (ignore shaded areas)
Facility Annual Report for owners or operators of on-site or off-site facilities
that treat, store, or dispose of hazardous waste.

  NOTE: Generators who ship hazardous waste off-site to a facility they own
  or operate must complete this Part B report instead of the Generator (Part
  A) Annual report.

IMPORTANT: Read all instructions before completing this form.
Section XVI: Type of Report

Put an "X" in the box marked Part B.


Section XVII: Facility's EPA Identification Number

Enter the EPA identification number for your facility.

Example-
Section XVIII: Generator's EPA Identification Number

Enter the EPA identification number of the generator of the waste describ-
ed under Section XXI which was received by your facility during the report-
ing year. A separate sheet must be used for each generator. If the waste came
from a  foreign generator, enter the EPA identification number of the im-
porter  in this section and enter the name and address of the foreign genera-
tor in  Section  XXII, Comments. If the waste was generated and treated,
stored,  or  disposed of at the same  installation, leave this section blank.
   Section XIX: Generator'* Name

   Enter the name of the generator corresponding to the generator's EPA ident-
   ification number in Section XVIII.

   If the waste was generated and treated, stored, or disposed of at the same
   installation, enter "ON-SITE."

   If the waste  came from a foreign generator, enter the name of the importer
   xirresponding to the EPA identification number in Section XVIII.
   Section XX: Generator's Addrest

   inter the address  of the generator corresponding to the generator's EPA
   dentification  number in  Section  XVIII.  If the  waste  was generated and
   treated,  stored, or disposed of at the same installation, leave this  section
   blank. If the waste came from a foreign generator, enter the address of the
   importer corresponding to the EPA identification number in Section XVIII.
   Section XXI: Waste Identification

   
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                               PART B SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR EPA FORM 8700- 13B - Continued
 Section XXI-D: Amount of Waste

 Enter the total amount of waste described on this line which you received
 during this reporting year.
 Section XXI-E: Unit of Measure

 Enter the unit of  measure code for the quantity of waste described on this
 line. Units of measure which must be used in this report and the appropriate
 codes are:
    Unit of Measure
  Pounds	
  Short Tons (2,000 Ibs) .
  Kilograms	
  Tonnes (1,000 kg) .  . .
               Code

                 P
                 T
                 K
                 M
 Units of volume may not be used for reporting but must be converted intc
 one of the above units of weight, taking into account the appropriate density
 or specific gravity of the waste.


 Section XXII: Comments

 This space may be used  to  explain or clarify any entry. If used, enter i
 cross-reference to the appropriate Section number.


  NOTE: Since more than one page is required for each report, enter thi
  page number  of each sheet in the lower right hand corner as well as the
  total number of pages.

  Where required by  40 CFR 264 or 265, Subparts F or R,  attach ground
  water monitoring data to this report.
                                 PART C SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS: UNlVIANIFESTED WASTE REPORT
 Unmanifested Waste Report for facility owners or operators who accept for
 treatment, storage, or disposal any hazardous waste from an off-site source
 without an accompanying manifest.

 IMPORTANT: Read all  instructions before completing this form.

 For  the  Unmanifested  Waste  Report, EPA Forms 8700-13 and 8700-138
 must be filled out according to the directions for the Part B Facility Annual
 Report except that:

  (1) Blocks for which  information is not available to the owner or opera-
 tor of the reporting facility  may be marked "UNKNOWN," and

  (2) The following special instructions apply
Section VIM: Cost Estimates for Facilities

Do not enter closure or post-closure cost estimates.


Section XVI: Type of Report

Put an "X" in the box marked Part C.


Section XXI-A:  Description of Waste

Use as many line  numbers as are needed to describe the waste.
                          Section XXI- C: Handling Code

                          Enter the handling code which describes the status of the waste on the dati
                          the report is filed. (See Table 2, attached.)
                          Section XXI-D: Amount of Waste

                          Enter the amount of waste  received, rather than a total annual aggregate


                          Section XXII: Comments

                           a.  Enter the EPA Identification number, name, ana address of the. trans
                          porter, if known. If the transporter is not known to you, enter the name,anc
                          chauffeur license number of  the driver and the State and license number 01
                          the  transporting vehicle which  presented the waste to your facility,  i
                          known.

                           b  Enter an explanation of how the waste movement was presented to youi
                          facility; why you believe the waste is hazardous; and how your facility  plan:
                          to manage the waste. Continue on a  separate blank sheet of paper if  addi
                          tional space is needed.

                           NOTE: Include here any information known  regarding the generators ol
                           wastes included in the Unmanifested shipment.
                                 TABLE 1 - REGIONAL MAILING ADDRESSES AND AREAS SERVED
Address each to.
                  Regional Administrator
                  Atm HCPA Unmanifested Waste Report
   Regional Mailing^ddress

REGION I
U S. Environmental Protection gency
John F  Kennedy Building
Boston, Massachusetts 02203
REGION II
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
26 Federal Plaza
New York, New Yo^k 10007

REGION III
U S. Environmental Protection Agency
6th & Walnut Streets
Philadelphia, Pf-nnsylvania 19106
REGION IV
U S. Eiwironmtntal Protectic i Agency
345 Courtland Street, N E
Atlanta, Georgia 30365
REGION V
U S Environmental Protection Agency
230 South Dearborn Street
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Areas Served
Connecticut, Maine,
Massachusetts, New
Hampshire, Rhode Is-
land, Vermont
New Jersey, New
York, Virgin Islands,
Puerto Rico
Delaware,  District  of
Columbia,  Maryland,
Pennsylvania,  Virgin-
ia, West Virginia
Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, Kentucky,
Mississippi, North
Carolina, South Caro-
lina, Tennessee
iIlinois, Indiana,
Michigan,  Minnesota,
Ohio, Wisconsin
   Regional Mailing Address

REGION VI
U S. Environmental Protection Agency
First International Building
1201 Elm Street
Dallas, Texas 75270

REGION VII
U S. Environmental Protection Agency
324 East 11th Street
Kansas City, Missouri 64106

REGION VIII
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
1816 Lincoln Street
Denver,  Colorado 80203
REGION IX
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
215 Fremont Street
San Francisco, California 94105
REGION X
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
1200 6th Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98101
                                                                                                                         Areas Served
                                                                         Arkansas, Louisiana.
                                                                         New  Mexico,  Okla
                                                                         homa, Texas
                                                                                                                         Iowa, Kansas, Missou
                                                                                                                         n, Nebraska
Colorado, Montana,
North Dakota, Soutf
Dakota, Utah,  Wyo
ming
Arizona, California
Hawaii, Nevada,
Guam, American
Samoa,  Trust  Tf
tones
                                                                                                                         Alaska,  Idaho,  Ore
                                                                                                                         gon, Washington
                                                                     (3)

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             TABLE 2 - HANDLING CODES
(Reproduced from the Federal Register, Volume 45, No. 98, page 33228.)
Enter the handling code(s) listed below that most closely represents the
technique(s) used at the facility to treat, store, or dispose of each quantity
of hazardous waste received.


1. Storage

S01 Container (barrel, drum, etc.)
S02 Tank
S03 Waste pile
S04 Surface impoundment
SOB Other (specify)

2. Treatment

(a) THERMAL TREATMENT
T06 Liquid injection incinerator
T07 Rotary kiln incinerator
T08 Fluidized bed incinerator
T09 Multiple hearth incinerator
T10 Infrared furnace incinerator
T1 1 Molten salt destructor
T12 Pyrolysis
T13 Wet air oxidation
T14 Calcination
T15 Microwave discharge
T16 Cement kiln
T17 Lime kiln
T18 Other (specify)

(b) CHEMICAL TREATMENT
T19 Absorption mound
T20 Absorption field
T21 Chemical fixation
T22 Chemical oxidation
T23 Chemical precipitation
T24 Chemical reduction
T25 Chlorination
T26 Chlormolysis
T27 Cyanide destruction
T28 Degradation
T29 Detoxification
T30 Ion exchange
T31 Neutralization
T32 Ozonation
T33 Photolysis
T34 Other (specify)
(c) PHYSICAL TREATMENT
(1 ) Separation of Components
T35 Centrifugation
T36 Clarification
T37 Coagulation
T38 Decanting
T39 Encapsulation
T40 Filtration
T41 Flocculation
T42 Flotation
T43 Foaming
T44 Sedimentation
T45 Thickening
T46 Ultrafiltration
T47 Other (specify)
(2) Removal
T48
T49
T50
T51
T52
T53
T54
T55
T56
T57
T58
T59
T60
T61
T62
T63
T64
T65
T66

of Specific Components
Absorption-molecular sieve
Activated carbon
Blending
Catalysis
Crystallization
Dialysis
Distillation
Electrodialysis
Electrolysis
Evaporation
High gradient magnetic separation
Leaching
Liquid ion exchange
Liquid extraction
Reverse osmosis
Solvent recovery
Stripping
Sand filter
Other (specify)

(d) BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT
T67
T68
T69
T70
T71
T72
T73
T74
T75
T76
T77
T78-79

3. Disposal

D80
D81
D82
D83
D84
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Activated sludge
Aerobic lagoon
Aerobic tank
Anaerobic lagoon
Composting
Septic tank
Spray irrigation
Thickening filter
Trickling filter
Waste stabilization pond
Other (specify)
[Reserved]



Underground injection
Landfill
Land treatment
Ocean disposal
Surface impoundment (to be closed as a landfill)
Other (specify)



















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   Appendix G
Draft Letter to Ills

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Dear [POTW Customer]:

     We are writing to you to advise you that your facility, [insert name],
may be subject to solid or hazardous waste management requirements pursuant to
the Federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (PL 94-580 as amended) and
State hazardous waste management regulations.

     The enclosed general material describes Federal [and State] requirements
for hazardous waste generators and transporters.  This packet includes
descriptions of hazardous waste management requirements which may apply to
your operation if it involves generating or transporting hazardous waste.  It
also contains EPA-approved [or State-approved] forms which you will need to
fulfill these requirements.

     In order to ensure that your operations comply with Federal, State, and
local hazardous waste management regulations, please consult [name, address,
and phone number of local, State, or EPA Regional hazardous waste authority]
to determine all specific requirements that apply to your operation.

                                       Sincerely yours,
                                        [Responsible POTW Official]
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       Appendix H
    EPA Pamphlets on
Small Quantity Generators

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        United States      March 1985
        Environmental Protection  EPA/530-SW-85-006
        Agency
        Solid Waste and Emergency Response	
f/EPA  Requirements for
        Small Quantity
        Hazardous Waste
        Generators

        Questions and
        Answers
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    In 1976, Congress enacted the Resource
    Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) to protect
  human health and the environment from improper
  waste management practices. In issuing hazardous
  waste regulations under RCRA, the Environmental
  Protection Agency (EPA) first focused on those
  large generators who produce the greatest portion
  of the hazardous waste. Regulations EPA published
  on May 19, 1980. exempted "small quantity
  generators" from most of the hazardous waste
  requirements. But amendments to RCRA signed
  into law November 8. 1984, mandate several new
  requirements for small quantity generators. Here
  are answers to basic questions arising as a result of
  the 1984 amendments.

Q. What is a small quantity generator?

A. A "small quantity generator" is a business or
  organization that produces hazardous waste in
  quantities less than  1,000 kilograms (approximately
  2,200 pounds) per calendar month. There are
  600,000 to 650,000 such establishments currently
  operating in the United States.

Q. Are all small quantity generators affected by the
  new law?

A. No. The new law will initially affect about
  175,000 generators who produce 100 to 1000
  kilograms of hazardous waste per month.
  Generators  who produce less than 100 kilograms
  per month will not be immediately affected by the
  amendments.

Q.How much hazardous waste is  produced by small
  quantity generators?

A. Altogether, generators of less than 1000 kilograms
  per month produce about 940,000 metric tons of
  hazardous waste per year. Generators affected by
  the new law account for an estimated 700,000
  metric tons per year.

Q.What kinds of businesses are likely to be small
  quantity generators?

A.An EPA survey indicated that  nearly 85 percent of
  the small quantity generators are in
  nonmanufacturing industries. Vehicle maintenance
  and construction establishments are the largest
  categories covered. Other nonmanufacturing
  establishments affected include laundries and dry
  cleaners, photographic processors, equipment
  repair shops, laboratories, and schools. The other
  15 percent of small quantity generators are in
  manufacturing: primarily metal manufacturing, but
  also including printing, chemical manufacturing
  and formulating, furniture manufacturing, and
  textile manufacturing establishments.
    This information is based on a survey conducted
  by EPA. The survey covered 22 industry categories
  that were likely to contain a significant number of
  small quantity generators. EPA estimates that
  approximately two-thirds of all small quantity
  generators fall into these 22 industry groups.

Q.What kinds of waste do small quantity generators
  produce?

A.Some of the most common wastes produced by
  small quantity generators are:

  spent solvents and chemicals

  chemical wastes produced during manufacturing
    or industrial processes

  discarded chemical products

  chemical containers and  chemical spill residues
  used lead-acid batteries.


Q. How have requirements for small quantity
  generators changed?

A. Under the May 1980 hazardous waste regulations,
  small quantity generators have been required only
  to determine whether or not they produce
  hazardous waste, and to see that the waste is sent
  to facilities approved by EPA  or a state to manage
  solid or hazardous waste.
    In the 1984 amendments to RCRA, however.
  Congress directed EPA to publish by March 31.
  1986, regulations covering  generators of more than
  100 but less than 1,000 kilograms of hazardous
  waste per month. In these regulations, EPA must.
  at a minimum, require these small quantity
  generators to see that their  hazardous waste is
  managed at an approved hazardous waste facility.
    The new law also specifies that by August 5,
  1985, generators of 100 to 1,000 kilograms of
  hazardous waste per month will be required to
  complete parts of the Uniform Hazardous Waste
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  Manifest to accompany hazardous waste they ship
  off their premises. The Manifest is a specific form
  EPA requires all regulated hazardous waste
  generators to use when they ship ha/ardous  waste.
  Use of the Manifest also satisfies Department of
  Transportation (DOT) requirements for shipment of
  hazardous materials.
    As of August 5. 1985. affected small quantity
  generators will be required to complete the
  following information on the Manifest:
  name, address, and signature of the generator
  DOT shipping name, hazard class, and  waste
    identification number
  number and type  of containers
  quantity of hazardous waste being transported
  name and address of facility designated to
    ceceive the hazardous waste.

Q.What if EPA does not promulgate final regulations
  by the March 31. 1986. deadline?

A.The 1984 amendments include a number of
  provisions that will automatically become effective
  April  1. 1986. if  EPA does not publish final rules
  before that date:
   Generators of 100 to 1.000 kilograms of waste
  per calendar month must continue to complete the
  Uniform Manifest and include the name of the
  waste transporter in addition to the other
  information required.
   Treatment, storage,  and disposal of waste
  produced by these generators must occur at a
  "Subtitle C facility"that is. a facility authorized
  under Subtitle C by EPA  or a state to treat, store, or
  dispose of hazardous waste.
   A copy of each manifest must be signed by the
  facility designated to receive the waste, and
  returned to the generator, who must keep it on file
  for 3 years.
   Manifest  Exception Reports must be filed with
  EPA twice a year. A generator who has not
  received a signed copy of the Uniform Manifest
  from the designated facility confirming its receipt
  of a waste shipment must list such "lost
  shipments" on the manifest  Exception Report.
    These provisions  do not necessarily reflect the
  standards that EPA  is required to develop for small
  quantity generators under the 1984 amendments.
  Those regulations \\ill be  proposed in the Ffdenil
  Register in the summer ot 1985

Q.Do provisions taking effect August 5. 1985. require
  the use ot approved ha/ardous uaste transporters
  or disposal facilities  by affected small quantity
  generators?

A.Nio. The August 1985 requirement tor these
  generators to complete parts of the l.'nitorm
  Ha/ardous Waste Manifest still allows them to
  send wastes to either an authori/ed ha/ardous
  waste facility or to a  facility approved by the state
  to manage nonhazardous solid waste, sue h as a
  sanitary landfill. In reality, however,  small
  quantity generators may find that only hazardous
  waste transporters and hazardous uaste  facilities
  are willing to accept  waste that is accompanied  by
  a Manifest. If this is  the case, state hazardous
  waste offices should  be able to provide lists of
  licensed transporters and hazardous waste facilities
  to help small quantity generators locate  these
  services.
    By March 31. 1986. or by the date that new
  regulations issued by EPA become effective, small
  quantity generators will  be required to treat, store.
  or dispose of their hazardous waste at an
  authorized hazardous waste (Subtitle C)  facility.
  (Certain wastes,  principally used  lead-acid
  batteries, will continue to remain exempt from
  most RCRA requirements if they are recycled.)

Q.How can small quantity generators determine if
  they product- the kinds or quantities of waste that
  make them subject to the 1984 amendments?

A.Generators must first determine whether they
  produce hazardous waste. EPA considers a waste
  hazardous if (1) it has any one of four
  characteristics (ignitability, reactivity, corrosivity,
  toxicity) that make it dangerous to human health
  and the environment after it is discarded; or (2) it
  is listed among the approximately 400 substances
  EPA has determined  to be hazardous.
    EPA's hazardous waste regulations are explained
  in detail in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
  at 40 CFR Parts 260-266. If the Code of Federal
  Regulations is not available for reference, contact
  one or more of the following for information:
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  EPA's RCRA Hotline: 800-424-9346 (382-3000 in
    the Washington. DC. area)
  EPA's Small Business Hotline: 800-368-5888
  EPA Regional Offices (see list below)
  national or regional trade associations
    In ALL cases, generators should contact their
  state agency responsible for hazardous waste
  management for information on state requirements.

Q. How can generators obtain copies of the Uniform
  Manifest?

A. Small quantity generators should first check with
  their state agency responsible for hazardous waste
  management since 22 states require use of their
  own versions of the Uniform Manifest  and  may
  require additional information, such as generator
  identification numbers or  the name of  the waste
  hauler. EPA regional offices (see list below) may be
  able to assist small quantity generators in obtaining
  the proper manifest form.  If no state manifest is
  required, the manifest may be  photocopied from
  the Federal Register of March 20. 1984. or
  purchased from some commercial printers.

Q. What requirements do states impose on small
  quantity generators?

A.State requirements may be stricter than federal
  requirements for small quantity generators. For
  example, 15 states (California, Illinois, Kansas,
  Louisiana, Maine. Maryland. Massachusetts.
  Minnesota. Missouri, New Hampshire. New jersey,
  Rhode Island, South Carolina,  Vermont, and
  Washington) already require generators of under
  1.000 kilograms per calendar month to manifest
  their waste and ship it only to authorized
  hazardous waste management  facilities. Four states
  (California. Louisiana. Minnesota, and Rhode
  Island) have no small quantity generator
  exemptions and, therefore, currently regulate all
  generators of hazardous waste. Other states have
  differing exclusion levels. Firms that think they
  may be generators of hazardous waste  are strongly
  encouraged to contact their state hazardous waste
  management agency for information on the
  requirements.
 Q.Where can small quantity generators get further
   information or assistance?

 A. Generators should contact their state hazardous
   waste offices for information on requirements they
   must meet.
     For questions on the RCRA amendments or
   federal hazardous waste regulations in general.
   generators may contact their EPA regional office
   (see list below) or EPA's toll-free RCRA Hotline.
   800-424-9346;  in Washington,  DC, 382-3000. Small
   quantity generators may also wish to contact EPA's
   Small Business Hotline: 800-368-5888.
EPA Regional Offices
EPA Region 1
JFK Federal Building
Boston, MA 02203
(617)223-7210
Connecticut. Massachusetts.
Maine. New Hampshire.
Rhode Island. Vermont

EPA Region 2
26 Federal Plaza
New York. NY 10007
(2121264-2525
New Jersey. New York.
Puerto Rico. Virgin Islands

EPA Region 3
6th and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia. PA 19106
(215) 597-9800
Delaware, Maryland.
Pennsylvania. Virginia.
EPA Region 6
1201 Elm Street
Dallas. TX 75270
(214) 767-2600
Arkansas, Louisiana.
New Mexico. Oklahoma,
Texas

EPA Region 7
726 Minnesota Avenue
Kansas City. K A 66101
(913)236^2800
Iowa. Kansas. Missouri,
Nebraska

EPA Region 8
1860 Lincoln Street
Denver. CO 80295
(303) 837-3895
Colorada, Montana.
North Dakota. South
West Virginia, District of Columbia Dakota. Utah, Wyoming
EPA Region 4
345 Courtland Street NE
Atlanta. GA 30365
(404)881-4727
Alabama. Florida. Georgia.
Kentucky, Mississippi.
North Carolina. South
Carolina. Tennessee

EPA Region 5
230 South Dearborn Street
Chicago. IL 60604
(312) 353-2000
Illinois. Indiana.
Michigan. Minnesota.
Ohio. Wisconsin
EPA Region 
215 Freemont Street
San Francisco. CA 94105
(415)974-8153
Arizona. California. Hawaii.
Nevada. American Samoa. Guam.
Trust Territories of the Pacific

EPA Region 10
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle. WA98101
(206) 442-5810
Alaska. Idaho. Oregon,
Washington
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       United States       March 1985
       Environmental Protection   EPA/530-SW-85-005
       Agency

       Solid Waste and Emergency Response
&ER&  Small Quantity
        Hazardous Waste
        Generators

        The
        New RCRA
        Requirements
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    On November 8, 1984, amendments were
    enacted strengthening the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the federal
law which protects human health and the
environment from improper waste management
practices. This now legislationthe Hazardous and
Solid Waste Amendmentsmakes many changes
in the national program which regulates hazardous
waste from the time it is generated to its final
disposition. The program is administered by the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
through its Office of Solid Waste.
  One of the new RCRA provisions directs EPA to
promulgate regulations for the generators of small
quantities of hazardous waste. Previously, EPA
regulated only those establishments generating
more than 1,000 kilograms (2,200 pounds) of
hazardous waste per month. Under the new law,
establishments that generate 100 kilograms (220
pounds, or roughly half a 55-gallon drum) but less
than 1,000 kilograms in a calendar month will
have to comply with those requirements which
cover the transportation and disposal of hazardous
waste.
Newly Regulated Businesses
EPA estimates that the new RCRA will increase the
number of federally regulated generators from
about 15,000 to well over 100,000 firms. An EPA
survey released in March 1985 suggested that more
than half of these small quantity generators fall
into one of five categories:
 Vehicle maintenance
 Manufacturing and finishing of metals
 Printing
 Photography
 Laundries and dry cleaners
  Other industrial categories  with a substantial
number of small quantity generators  are: wood
preserving, analytical and clinical laboratories,
construction, and pesticide applicators.
  The new federal requirements will have their
greatest impact on the waste management practices
of firms not now regulated by state hazardous
waste laws. At least 22 states currently impose
some degree of regulation on small quantity
generators.
August 1985 Requirements
Starting in August 1985, small quantity generators
who ship their hazardous waste off their premises
must obtain and fill out parts of a Uniform
Hazardous Waste Manifest. This is a form  that EPA
and the Department of Transportation (DOT)
currently require all regulated hazardous waste
generators to use when they ship hazardous
waste. The manifest provides a way to track a
shipment of hazardous waste from its origin to its
final disposal.
  The manifest must accompany shipments of
hazardous waste made after August 5, 1985. The
manifest must include:
 The generator's name, address, and signature.
 The DOT description of the waste, including the
shipping name, hazard classification, and
identification number.
 The number and type of containers.
 The quantity of waste being transported.
 The name and address of the facility designated
to receive the waste.

March 31, 1986 Deadline

By March 31, 1986, EPA must issue final
regulations that protect human health and
environment from small quantities of hazardous
waste. At a minimum, the new regulations must:
 Require that hazardous waste from generators of
more than 100 kilograms per month must  be
treated, stored, or disposed of at an approved
hazardous waste facility.
 Allow small quantity generators to  store waste
on the  premises of  the establishment for up to 180
days without the need for a storage permit. The
period  may be extended to 270 days for waste that
must be transported more than 200 miles, provided
that  no more than 6,000 kilograms are stored.
  If EPA fails to issue final regulations by March
31, 1986, hazardous waste from small quantity
generators automatically becomes subject to these
minimum requirements.
  In addition, for waste shipped off-site, small
quantity generators will be required to:
 Include the name of the transporter on the
manifest.
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 Retain manifests signed by the hazardous waste
facility for at least 3 years. (The facility will be
required to return a copy of the signed manifest to
the generator.)
 Notify EPA at least twice a year of any manifests
that are not returned by the facility.
Education/Assistance Program
Because the new RCRA provisions regulate a large
number of companies for the first time, EPA is
conducting an education/assistance program to
alert small quantity generators to their
responsibilities under federal law. The program is
in two phases, paralleling the two phases in which
the new RCRA will be  implemented.
  For the provisions that must be implemented by
August 1985, EPA will:
 Identify potential small quantity generators.
 Provide informationthrough EPA regional
offices, states and trade associationsto help small
quantity generators determine if they are affected
by the new regulations. This information will
identify wastes by product trade names, chemical
and slang names, or general descriptions; and will
correlate  the waste with the appropriate
Department of Transportation identification
number wherever possible.
 Inform small quantity generators of the need to
prepare a Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest to
accompany any waste they ship, and explain how
and where to obtain the appropriate manifest form.

  For the final regulationsto be issued by March
31, 1986, or that take effect automatically on April
1, 1986,  if EPA does not issue final regulations on
timeEPA must:
 Alert the small quantity generators to the new
regulations and the additional requirements.
 Provide them with complete instructions and
industry-specific information that will help them
in complying.
  To help in carrying out this education/assistance
program, EPA is working closely with trade
associations, small business  organizations, and
state and local government organizations.
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          Appendix I
Biennial Hazardous Waste Report
      (EPA Form 8700-13B)

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                                     OMB: 2050-0024Expires: 12-31-86
NOTE: As of press time, this 1983 biennial report form
    was the most current used by EPA. Contact your
    appropriate State or Regional office with any
    questions.
   U.S.  Environmental Protection Agency
                Hazardous Waste
            Treatment,  Storage,  and
                 Disposal Facility
                     Report  for
                        1983
       THIS BOOKLET CONTAINS FORMS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING
         THE 1983 RCRA FACILITY BIENNIAL HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT.
                 A RESPONSE IS REQUIRED BY LAW.
   EPA Form 8700 - 13B (5-80) Revised (11-83)

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              INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE FACILITY
                (TSD) BIENNIAL HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT
                        (EPA Form 8700-13E)
IMPORTANT; READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE COMPLETING
           THE BIENNIAL HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT FORM.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Who Must File

     Owners or operators of facilities  that treated, stored,
or disposed of federally  regulated  quantities of hazardous
waste at any time during the 1983 calendar year must file a
biennial report  with  EPA.   The  information  requested  in
this report  is  required  by  law  (Section  3004  of  RCRA).

     If your  facility  did not treat,  store,  or  dispose  of
regulated quantities of hazardous waste  at any time during
the 1983 calendar year, you must still file page one of the
biennial report  form to  notify EPA of  your non-regulated
status (pursuant to Section 3007 of RCRA).

     If your installation generated  or  accumulated regulated
quantities of hazardous waste  (pursuant  to 40 CFR 262.34)
during the 1983 calendar year but did not treat,  store (for
more than 90 days), or dispose of any portion of that waste
on-site, you must  complete  the  Generator Report  instead  of
this Facility  Report.   However,  if   you  filed  a Part  A
permit application with EPA,  you  must still  file  page one
of this facility  report to indicate your non-regulated status
(see instructions for Section I).   You must complete both a
Facility and Generator Report  if  your installation shipped
hazardous waste  off-site  (or  stored for  less  than 90 days
waste generated on-site) and also treated, stored  (for more
than 90 days), or disposed of hazardous waste on-site.  (If
you did not receive a copy of the generator report form,  it
may be obtained  by  contacting the  appropriate EPA Regional
Office.)

When and Where To File

     The biennial report must be submitted to  the appropriate
EPA Regional Office  (see  list of  addresses following these
instructions) no  later  than  March   1,  1984,  and  cover
activities during  the  1983  calendar year  (see 48  R  3977,
January 28,  1983).   You  are  subject  to  enforcement action
if you do not file by this date.

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What Must Be Reported

     All regulated quantities of  hazardous  waste  that were
treated, disposed of, or  that were  received for (or placed
in) storage between January 1 and December 31, 1983 must be
reported by  individual   generator on  the  facility  form.
The total  quantity  of waste  in  storage  at  your  facility
as of December 31, 1983, must be  reported,  by storage method,
in Section XIII. Total Waste In  Storage.

     Only wastes  or  portions of  waste shipments  that  are
regulated as  either  characteristic  or  listed  hazardous
wastes should  be  reported.   The  characteristic and listed
hazardous wastes  are  identified  in  the  Appendix  that  was
sent to you along with  the biennial report  forms.  Do not
report any wastes that are not regulated as hazardous under
the Federal hazardous waste regulations,  even if manifested
(e.g., PCBs, asbestos, etc.).

     If any or  all  of the  waste handled by  your  facility
was delisted  (see 40 CFR  260.20 and  260.22) at  some time
during the 1983 calendar  year,  you  must  still report those
wastes for  the portion  of  the  year  in  which they  were
regulated.  Please indicate in the comment section the line
numbers of any such waste(s).
Note: If you have not received a RCRA Permit from the USEPA
and are  located  in  a  State   that  has  received  interim
authorization to operate  its  own hazardous  waste program,
you must comply  with State reporting  requirements  in lieu
of the Federal requirements.  However,  if you  have  a USEPA
RCRA Permit, you must comply  with  all applicable State and
permit requirements.  You  may  be  required   by  a State  to
report additional wastes  or quantities  beyond  those  that
are Federally regulated.
INSTRUCTIONS BY SECTION

(Page 1 of Form)

SECTION I.   NON-REGULATED STATUS

     Complete this  section  only  if  your facility  did  not
treat, store (for more than 90 days), or dispose of regulated
quantities of hazardous waste on-site at any time during the
1983 calendar year.

     Place an  X in  the box indicating  that  the   facility
identified in  Section  II  did  not treat,  store,  or dispose
of regulated  quantities  of  hazardous  waste  during  the
calendar year  1983.   Indicate  in  the  space  provided  the

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reason(s) your  facility  is no  longer subject  to regulation
(e.g.  closed prior to the  beginning of  the  reporting year,
do not handle hazardous wastes,  etc.).

     If you complete Section I, you must  also complete Sections
II, III, IV, V, VI, and VIII and return the first page of the
form to the appropriate EPA Regional Office.  Leave all other
sections blank.

SECTION  II.  FACILITY USEPA IDENTIFICATION (I.D.) NUMBER

     Enter your facility's 12 digit USEPA identification number
here.

SECTION III.  NAME OF FACILITY

     Enter the name of your facility here.

SECTION  IV.  FACILITY MAILING ADDRESS

     Enter the mailing address of your facility here.

SECTION   V.  LOCATION OF FACILITY

     Enter the  location  of  your facility  here,  if different
from mailing address.

SECTION  VI.  FACILITY CONTACT

     Enter the  name   (last  and  first)  and telephone  number
of the  person  who  may  be  contacted  regarding  information
contained in this report.

  SECTION VII.  COST ESTIMATES FOR FACILITIES

     A.  Enter  the  most  recent  cost  estimate  for  facility
closure in dollars.  See Subpart H of 40 CFR Parts 264 or 265
for more detail.

     B.  For disposal facilities only,  enter  the most recent
cost estimate  for post-closure  monitoring and  maintenance.
See Subpart H  of 40  CFR Parts  264  or  265 for  more detail.

  SECTION VIII. CERTIFICATION

     The owner or operator of the  facility or his authorized
representative (in accordance with 40 CFR  260.10) must  sign
and date the  certification  where  indicated.   The printed  or
typed name and  title  of the  person signing  the  report  must
also be included where indicated.

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 (Page 2 of Form)
Note: A separate sheet must  be used for each  generator from
whom wastes  were  received  during  1983.   If  the number  of
wastes for a given generator exceeds 12, use a separate sheet
to report  additional  wastes.    Reproduce  additional  sheets
before making any entries on the form.
SECTION   IX. FACILITY'S USEPA (I.D.)  NUMBER

     Enter the  USEPA  I.D.  number  for your  facility,  again,
and on each additional page submitted.

SECTION    X. GENERATOR'S USEPA (I.D.) NUMBER

     Enter the USEPA identification  number of the generator of
the waste described under  Section  XIV which was  received by
your facility during the 1983 calendar year.   If the waste came
from a  foreign  generator,  enter   the  USEPA  identification
number of the importer in this section and enter the name and
address of the  foreign  generator in  Section  (XV), Comments.
If the waste  was generated and treated,  stored,  or disposed
of at the same installation (your facility), enter your USEPA
ID number, again.

SECTION XI.   GENERATOR'S NAME

    Enter the  name  of  the  generator  corresponding  to  the
generator's USEPA identification number in Section X.

    If the  waste  was  generated  and  treated,  stored,  or
disposed of  at  the  same  installation (your  facility) enter
your facility's  name  and  place  an  X  in  the  box  marked
OM-SITE.

     If the  waste  came  from  a  foreign  generator,   enter
the name of the importer corresponding to the USEPA identifi-
cation number in Section X.

SECTION XII.   GENERATOR'S ADDRESS

      Enter the address (including Zip Code) of the generator
corresponding to the  generator's USEPA  identification  number
in Section X.  If the  waste was generated and treated, stored,
or disposed  of  at  the  same   installation   (your  facility),
leave this section  blank.   If  the  waste came  from a foreign
generator, enter the address of the  importer corresponding to
the USEPA identification number in Section X.

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SECTION XIII. TOTAL WASTE IN STORAGE ON DECEMBEP 31, 1983
              (To be completed only once)

     For each  of  the  handling  codes  identified  in  this
section, enter the  total  quantity  of hazardous waste,  from
all sources, that was in  storage  at  the facility on December
31, 1983.   This  includes wastes placed  into  storage  both
prior to and during the 1983 reporting year.  A description
of the handling codes for storage (SOI, S02, S03, S04, SOS)
are provided  in  the  table  immediately   following  these
instructions.  Enter the  appropriate unit  of measure (UOM)
code from  the  table  on  page   7   of  these   instructions.
COMPLETE THIS SECTION ONLY ONCE. DO NOT REPEAT ON SUPPLEMENT-
AL SHEETS.

SECTION XIV. WASTE IDENTIFICATION

      A separate line entry  is  required  for each different
waste or waste mixture that  your facility treated,  stored,
or disposed of during the 1983 calendar year for the generator
identified in Section X  (or  at  your  facility  if on-site).

      A.  DESCRIPTION OF WASTE

      For hazardous  wastes   that  are  listed  under  40  CFR
Part 261, Subpart D  (see  Appendix), enter the USEPA listed
name, abbreviated if  necessary.   Where mixtures  of listed
wastes were received, enter the description which you believe
best describes the waste.
      For unlisted
istic (i.e.,
under 40 CFR
ing: (1)
in
          	 hazardous waste identified by character-
          ignitable, corrosive,  reactive,  or EP Toxic),
          Part 261,  Subpart C, please include the follow-
      the description  from the  list  of  characteristics
the Appendix which you believe best describes the waste;
(2) the specific manufacturing  or  other process generating
the waste; and (3) the chemical or generic chemical name of
the waste, if known.

      Example;
XII. WASTE IDENTIFICATION
*
1
1
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A. Description of Waste
Ignitable spent solvent used
in widget production; mixture
of mineral spirits and kerosene


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8. EPA Hazardous
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(see instructions)
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1 1 I 1 I
44 43 48
1 , , . i
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C.
Handling
Method
TiOiS
4l) 1 1

ID. Amount of Waste
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5 3
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      B.  EPA HAZARDOUS WASTE NUMBER

      For listed waste, enter the four-digit USEPA Hazardous
Waste Number from 40 CFR Part 261,  Subpart D (see Appendix)
which identifies  the  waste.    For  unlisted  wastes  which
exhibit hazardous  characteristics,   enter  the  four-digit
USEPA Hazardous Waste  Number  from 40  CFR Part  261, Subpart
C (see Appendix) which is applicable to the waste.

      If the waste contains  more than one  listed or unlisted
waste, enter  all  of  the  relevant  USEPA Hazardous  Waste
Numbers.  Four  spaces  are provided  for this on  each waste
line.  If more space is needed,  continue on the next line(s)
and leave all  other items  on that  line  blank,  as shown by
the example below.

      Example:
XII. WASTE IDENTIFICATION
4*

_i
1
2
A. Description of Waste
Chlorinated distillation
residues

B. EPA Hazardous
Waste No.
(see instructions)
K
V,
41
K

|0
0

o

1
1

3

ib IK.
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44
0

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4,7
0
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48
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C.
Handling
Method
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1 I I 1 1

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      C.  HANDLING CODE

      Enter one  USEPA handling  code  for  each  waste line
entry.  Where  several  handling steps  have  occurred  during
the year,  report only the  handling code  representing the
waste's final  disposition  or  its status at  the  end of the
reporting year,  at  your  facility.   For  example,  a  waste
intended for  eventual  land  disposal that is  in  storage at
the close  of  the calendar  year  should  be  reported  as in
storage.  Conversely,  a  waste  that  was  in  storage at the
beginning of  the calendar  year but was  land  disposed at
some time during the year should be  reported  by its  disposal
code.  If a different  handling code applies to portions of
the same waste  (e.g., part of  the waste is stored while the
remainder was  incinerated  during  the year),  use a  separate
line entry for each portion, as shown  in the example  below.
USEPA handling codes which must be used for  this  report are
contained in  the Table immediately following these  instruc-
tions.

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      Example;
1.
.
1
2
WAblt lUtNIII-lUAllUrN
A. Description of Waste
Ignitable spent solvent used
in widget production; mixture
of mineral spirits and kerosene
Ignitable spent solvent used
in widget production; mixture
of mineral spirits and kerosene
B. EPA Hazardous
Waste No.
(see instructions)
DiO iQ il
i i i
41 44
DiOiOi 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
37 40
1 1 1
45 48
1 1 1
1 1 1
c.
Handling
Method
TiOl3
49 51
Si Ol 1
D. Amount of Waste
i i i i i2i3iOiO
5J (>()
1 1 ! 1 1 ! 1 ll l5

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5 7
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T
     D.  AMOUNT CF WASTE
     Enter the total quantity of the waste or waste mixture
described on this line that was received from the generator
identified in Section  X  during this reporting year.
"Right justify" your  entries.   (This means  the  number you
enter in the boxes should be put in the boxes as far to the
right as  possible. )   The  example  shown  above  illustrates
this form of entry.
     E.  UNIT OF MEASURE
      Enter the unit  of measure  code
waste described on the line.   Units
used in this report and the
       of
appropriate
 for  the quantity  of
measure which must be
  codes  are:
                 Units of Measure
                Code
         Pounds	
         Short tons (2,000 Ibs.)..
         Kilograms	
         Metric Tonnes (1,000 kg.)
         Gallons*	
         Liters*	
                   P
                   T
                   K
                   M
                   G
                   L
        If  these   codes  are  used,  you  must  provide  the
        density (rounded off to the nearest tenth)
        of each  waste,  by  line   number,   in  the  comment
        section of the page on which that waste
        is identified.

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SECTION XV.  COMMENTS

      This space  may  be  used  to explain,  clarify,  or  continue
any entry.  If  used,  enter a  cross-reference  to the appropriate
Section number.
NOTE:  Enter  the page  number  of  each  sheet  as  well  as  the
total number  of  pages  in  the  lower  right hand  corner  of  each
page.  If the  facility  receives wastes  from  various  generators,
or receives more  than 12 wastes  from any one generator, additional
pages will be required.   Reproduce additional  pages before making
any entries on the form.

REMEMBER TO SIGN THE CERTIFICATION STATEMENT (ITEM VIII).
            HANDLING CODES FOR TREATMENT, STORAGE,
                    AND DISPOSAL METHODS
1.  Storage

    SOI  Container (barrel, drum, etc.)
    S02  Tank
    S03  Waste Pile
    S04  Surface Impoundment
    SOS  Other (specify in comment section)

2.  Treatment

    T01  Tank
    T02  Surface Impoundment
    T03  Incinerator
    T04  Other (Use for thermal, biological, chemical, or
                physical treatment not occurring in tanks,
                surface impoundments, or incinerators.
                Specify in comment section.)

3. Disposal

    D79  Injection Well
    D80  Landfill
    D81  Land Application
    D82  Ocean Disposal
    D83  Surface Impoundment
    D84  Other (specify in comment section)

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Claims of Business Confidentiality

   You may  not  withhold  information  from  the  Administrator
or his authorized  representatives because  it is confidential.
However, when the Administrator is requested  to consider  infor-
mation confidential,  he  is  required  to treat  it accordingly
if disclosure  would divulge methods  or processes  entitled to
protection as  trade  secrets.   EPA's   regulations   concerning
confidentiality of  business  information are contained in Title
40 of  the  Code of Federal Regulations,  Part  2,  Subpart  B.
These regulations provide  that  a business  may,  if it desires,
assert.a claim of business confidentiality  covering all or part
of the information furnished to  EPA.   Section  2.203(b) tells how
to assert a claim.   The Agency will  treat information  covered by
such a claim in accordance with the procedures set forth  in the
Subpart B regulations.  If someone requests release of informa-
tion covered  by  a  claim of  confidentiality  or  if  the Agency
otherwise decides to  make a determination  as to  whether such
information is  entitled  to  confidential   treatment, we will
notify the  business.   EPA will  not  disclose  information as to
when a  claim  of  confidentiality has  been  made  except  to the
extent and  in  accordance with  40  CFR Part 2, Subpart  B.(  If,
however, the  business does not  claim  confidentiality  when it
furnishes information  to  EPA,   we  may make the  information
available to the public without notice  to the business.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT;
U.S. EPA Region II
Permits Administration Branch
Room 432 2PM-P A-H
26 Federal Plaza
New York, New York  10007
(212) 264-0503

EPA Region VIII
Waste Management Branch  (8AW-WM)
1860 Lincoln St.
Denver, Colorado  80295
(303) 837-6238 or 837-6258
               RCRA Activities
               EPA Region V
               P.O. Box A-3587
               Chicago, Illinois
               (312) 886-6148
60690
               U.S.  EPA
               Region 9,  T-2-2
               215 Freemont Street
               San Francisco,  Calif.
               (415) 974-7472
    94105
                     EPA Region 10, M/S 530
                     1200 6th Ave.
                     Seattle, Washington  98101
                     (206) 442-2859
RCRA/Superfund Hotline:
(800)  424-9346 (toll-free) or
(202)  382-3000  (in  Washington,   D.C.)
                            
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                                                                                                              UMM*
                                        ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
             FACILITY  BIENNIAL  HAZARDOUS  WASTE  REPORT FOR   1983
                                  This report is for the calendar year ending December 31, 1983
                               Read All Instructions Carefully Before Making Any  Entries on  Form
         I. NON-REGULATED STATUS
           See instructions before completing this section.
           This facility did not treat, store, or dispose of
           regulated quantities of hazardous waste at any
           time during 1983	D
                             Explain your non-regulated status in the space below.
        ii. FACILITY EPA I.D. NUMBER
                                           T/AC
         1   2
                I  I   I
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                                        13 14 15
                This Facility's Non-Regulated Status is Expected to Apply:
                   D   For 1983 Only         D   Permanently
                            D   Other (explain
                                in comment section)
        111. NAME OF FACILITY
        30
                                                                                                               69
        IV. FACILITY MAILING ADDRESS
3
O
 Mill!
15 16
Street or P.O. Box
15 16
City or Town
1 1
1 1 i

1
1

1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 M

1 1 1
1 1 I

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1 1
45
! !
47 51
Zip Code
        V. LOCATION OF FACILITY (if different than section IV above)
        15 16
        Street or Route number
        15 16
        City or Town

       BB
        VI. FACILITY CONTACT
        15 16
        Name (last and first)
       I   I  I   l-l  I   I   l-l   I   I  I   I
       46                            55
       Phone No. (area code & no.)
                                                  45
                                                                               I
                                       41  4JI47         51
                                       State    Zip Code
                                                                                     45
                                             VII. COST ESTIMATES FOR FACILITIES
                                             d:                                    d:
           16
                                                25
                                                          28
                                                                     31
                     19         22
        A. Cost Estimate for Facility Closure     B. Cost Estimate for Post Closure Monitoring
                                            and Maintenance (disposal facilities only)
        VIII. CERTIFICATION
            I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the information submitted in this and all attached
            documents, and that based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, I believe that the
            submitted information is true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information,
            including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.
             Print/Type Name
Title
Signature of Authorized Representative
                                                                                              Date Signed
                                                                                                         Page 1  of.

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                              ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

       Facility  Biennial  Hazardous  Waste  Report  for  1983  (cont.)

                         This report is for the calendar year ending December 31,1983.
   Date rec'd:.
.Rec'dby:.
                                                   XI. GENERATOR NAME (specify generator from
                                                      whom all wastes on this page were received)
 IX. FACILITY'S EPA I.D. NO.

iFl l   I  I  I  I  I  I   I  I
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                                                              ON-SITE D
                              13 14 15
                                                   XII. GENERATOR ADDRESS
    X. GENERATOR'S EPA I.D. NO.

   IGI I   I  I  I  I  I   I  I  I  I  I  i
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 :   XIII. TOTAL WASTE IN STORAGE ON DECEMBER 31, 1983 (complete this section only once for your facility)
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AMOUNT OF WASTE UOM AMOUNT OF WASTE UOM AMOUNT OF WASTE
 S04 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SOS i i i l l l 1 i ill
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B. EPA Hazardous
Waste No.
(see instructions)
1 i i
33 36
! 1 I
41 44
1 1 1
I 1
! 1 !
l 1
1 1 I

1 1
i l 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1
1 I I
, ,
! ! !
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1 1
1 1
1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 I
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i7 40
1 1 1
45 48

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1
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1 1 1
1 1 1
F WASTE
C.
Handling
Method
l i
49 51
1 l
1 I
1 |
l [
1 i
1 l

l i
i l
1 ]
1 !
UOM
D. Amount of Waste
1 ! 1 1 1 I 1 1
52 60
! 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1
! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 ! i 1 1 1 1
1 ( 1 1 1 1 1 t
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
! ! ! 1 i 1 1 I
UOM
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.'*> XV. COMMENTS (enter information by section number-see instructions)

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