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EPA-305-B-98-D10
September 1998
Chemical Industry
Compliance Improvement
Tool
                    EPA Office of Compliance
                    Chemical Industry Branch

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NOTICE:
This document has been developed to provide a directory of resources to people working in or regulating the chemical
industry. The document identifies governmental and nongovernmental resources that may help regulators and the
regulated community understand environmental regulations applicable to the chemical sector. The use of this document or
any resource in the document is not intended to assure compliance with  or replace federal or state regulations.

EPA does not make any guarantee or assume any liability with respect to either the use of any information or
recommendations contained in this document or the resources listed in the directory. Regulated entities requiring
additional information or advice should consult with the EPA or their state agency.

Nongovernmental sources are included in this directory for one of two reasons: either they were written in conjunction
with or reviewed by EPA, or EPA believed that particular areas of interest to this sector were not adequately represented
in the directory by governmental resources. For example, EPA has not published guidance documents for the chemical
industry on environmental management systems, so those sources available and known to the chemical industry sector
were included. The use of nongovernmental resources provided in this directory is not to be viewed as an endorsement of
these resources by EPA.                                                	

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                        TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION	1
CHEMICAL INDUSTRY "MUST-HAVES"	5

                                    CAA
GENERAL	11
EMISSIONS	18
GLOBAL WARMING/OZONE	22
INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE	25
PERMITTING	28
SAMPLING AND MONITORING	29

                                    CWA
GENERAL	31
INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE	35
PERMITTING	;	38
SLUDGE	40
STORM WATER	41

                                   EPCRA
GENERAL	'.	43
EMERGENCY PLANNING AND NOTIFICATION	47
INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE	48
RELEASE REPORTING	49

                            RCRA, Superfimd, and USTs
GENERAL	53
CLEAN-UP	61
GENERATORS	64
INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE	'.	67
PERMITTING	:	,	71
TRANSPORTERS	1	73
TREATMENT, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL (TSD)	74
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS (USTS)	79

                                    TSCA
GENERAL	87
IMPORT/EXPORT	90
INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE	91
INVENTORY	92
PREMANUFACTURE NOTIFICATION (PMN)	93
SUBSTANTIAL RISK NOTIFICATION: SECTION 8(E)	94

                          ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING
GENERAL	95

                    ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
GENERAL	:	99
IMPLEMENTATION	104
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                            POLLUTION PREVENTION
GENERAL	107
CASE STUDIES	1" 1
IMPLEMENTATION GUIDES	114
LEGISLATIVE BACKGROUND	116
REFERENCE SOURCES	H"7

                                 APPENDICES
APPENDIX A - U.S. EPA LIBRARIES	119
APPENDIX B - TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROVIDERS	121

INDEX	149
FLYER	next to last page
COMMENT FORM	last page
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Tntroduction
                                         PURPOSE

U.S. EPA's Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA) has developed the Chemical Industry
Compliance Improvement Tool (CIT), a directory of environmental regulatory resources. The CIT includes both
governmental and nongovernmental resources that may help the chemical industry sector and regulators assess
and improve compliance with applicable regulations. Specifically, the document provides resources that
explain some of the requirements under the major federal environmental statutes and provide approaches to
improving compliance through self-assessments, auditing and pollution prevention.

                              SELECTING RESOURCES

The CIT is divided into eight chapters of which five address a specific statute and the remaining three address
methods to assess and improve compliance. Within each chapter, the sources are grouped by subject matter and
listed alphabetically under the  "type of information" (e.g., checklists, hotlines, on-line access). Icons are
located on the outside margins of each page to help locate specific types of information.  Below is a
compilation of icons used throughout the document:
                                    INTRO
            Checklists

            Documents

            Electronic mailing lists


            Hotlines


            On-line access
Software



Training

Videos


Documents published in 1997 or 1998
                               LOCATING DOCUMENTS

In general, each resource entry for documents contains a title, author, date published, identification number,
abstract, and a source for obtaining each resource. Acronyms included in this information identify sources
from where documents can be requested, along with document numbers for use in placing orders.  Below is a
list of the acronyms used throughout this document.

        Call No.    Number used by libraries
        GPO       Government Printing Office
        ISBN       International Standard Book Number
        LCCN     Library of Congress Control Number
        NCEPI     National Center for Environmental Publications and Information
        NEIS       National Environmental Information Service
        NTIS       National Technical Information Service
        NTIS No.   Number used by National Technical Information Service to order material
        OCLC     Online Computer Library Center; designation used for U.S. EPA internal interlibrary
                   loan purposes
        Report No.  Usually the number given to  a document by the U.S. EPA; sometimes an internal number
                   given by the company who wrote the document
        U.S. EPA   United States Environmental Protection Agency

Because some of the documents are available through more than one source, you should understand the set-up
and request procedures for each available source. The following pages describe the key sources.
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Government Printing Office (GPO): GPO prints and distributes 20,000 publications from the three branches
of government. The information is free of charge and can be requested by telephone, fax, online service, or
mail.  For more information or to request a document contact:
            Tel:         (202)512-1800
            Fax:         (202)512-2250
            Hours:       7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST
            URL:        http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/index.html
            Address:     Superintendent of Documents
                         P.O. Box 371954
                         Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954

Library of Congress: The Library of Congress, a federal government agency, houses documents published in
the United States. This agency uses the LCCN system  addressed in the acronym list above. Access to the
Library of Congress requires a person to be over the age of eighteen and maintain a user card. User cards may
be obtained upon presentation of a valid driver license  and completion of a registration process. For more
information contact:
            Tel:         (202) 707-5000
            Fax:         (202) 707-5844
            Hours:       M, W, Th: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
                         Tu, F, S: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00  p.m.
            URL:        http://lcweb.loc.gov/
            Address:     Library of Congress
                         101 Independence Ave., SE
                         Washington, DC 20540

National Center for Environmental Publications and Information (NCEPI): NCEPI maintains more than
5,500 EPA documents. The public may request documents with some limitation. The requester can order up to
five separate documents during a two-week period with one copy of each document free of charge. Document
titles and publication numbers are needed to order documents. If a requested document is not available, NCEPI
will refer the requester to another organization that typically carries EPA documents.
For more information or to request a document contact:
            Tel:         (800)490-9198
            Fax:         (513)489-8695
            URL:        http://www.epa.gov/ncepihom/orderpub.html
            E-mail:       ncepi.mail@epamail.epa.gov
            Address:     National Center for Environmental Publications and Information (NCEPI)
                         P.O. Box 42419
                         Cincinnati, OH 45242-2419

National Environmental Information Service (NEIS):  NEIS serves as a single-source clearinghouse of all
government environmental documents and software, including all U.S. EPA and Occupational Safety and
Health Administration documents and software. The NEIS order number or the EPA or OSHA document
numbers are needed to order documents, and a shipping fee is charged in addition to the cost of the document.
For more information or to request a document contact:
            Tel:       (800)729-1964
            Fax:       (800) 776-6904
            URL:      http://www.neis.com/neis.html
            E-mail:     mcouhig@ix.netcom.com
            Address:   NEIS
                       3154B College Drive, Suite 522
                       Baton Rouge, LA 70808
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Introduction
National Environmental Publications Information (NEPI):  The NEPI database includes many EPA
documents electronically. These documents can be located by EPA publication number or by document title.    T"VnPl> O
To search for a document by publication number, go to http://www.epa.gov/clhtml/pubtitle.html. To search by  -,AiN A Avv-J
title, go to http://www.epa.gov/clhtml/pubalpha.html.                                               ,

National Technical Information Service (NTIS): NTIS, under the Department of Commerce, houses
scientific, engineering, technical and business-related information. In addition to the cost of the document,
NTIS requires a $4.00 handling fee for distributions within the United States, Canada and Mexico and an $8.00
handling fee for all other locations. For more information or to request a document contact:
             Tel:         (800) 553-6847 or (703) 605-6000
             Fax:        (703) 605-6900
             Hours:      8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (ET), M-F
             URL:       http://www.ntis.gov
             E-mail:     orders@ntis.fedworld.gov
             Address:    NTIS                                                     .
                        5285 Port Royal Road
                        Springfield, VA 22161

EPA Libraries: Appendix A provides a list of EPA libraries across the United States and associated telephone
numbers. Use of EPA libraries is limited to EPA personnel. The public can ask their local public libraries to
request EPA documents. To obtain an EPA document use the EPA docket number, described as OCLC in the
acronym chart above.

                      A VAILABILITY OF THIS DOCUMENT

EPA's Chemical Industry Compliance Improvement Tool is available in Adobe Acrobat® PDF format. The
document can be retrieved via the Internet from EPA's Chemical, Commercial Services and Municipal Division
(CCSMD) home page at the following address:

             http://www.epa.gov/oeca/ccsmd/

The document (Pub. No. EPA-305-B-98-010) can be ordered via mail, telephone, fax, or on-line from NCEPI
(see page 2 of this document for contact information for NCEPI).  EPA's Chemical Industry Branch is currently
planning to periodically update this Compliance Improvement  Tool depending on need and availability of
resources. A comment form is included at the back of this document to solicit comments and suggestions for
continuous improvement.


MORE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR  THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

In the fall of 1998, EPA in collaboration with the National Center for Clean Industrial and Treatment
Technologies/Michigan Technological University, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of
Wisconsin will establish a chemical industry compliance assistance center (ChemAlliance). ChemAlliance will
help chemical manufacturers, regulators, and assistance providers obtain regulatory, technical and compliance
information. Some of the features to be provided by the center will include the following:
•  Easy access to environmental regulations,  fact sheets,  self-assessment tools, and plain-language guides,
•  A toll-free fax-back capability,
•  A forum to foster communication among users,
•  Training workshops,
•  Links to  state and federal agencies and organizations,  and
•  On-line expert help desk to guide users.

For more information, contact Emily Chow, U.S. EPA Office of Compliance, by phone at (202) 564-7071 or by
e-mail at chow.emily@epamail.epa.gov.
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CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
   "MUST-HAVE"
     SOURCES

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                 CHEMICAL INDUSTRY "MUST-HAVES"
                                               Documents
Chemical Industry Baseline Compliance Report.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA)
Date:       1996
Report No.:  EPA/305/R-96/002
Abstract:    This document was developed as a baseline against which to measure compliance trends among
the various subsectors of the chemical manufacturing industry. Through an analysis of data related to
economics, demographics, the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI), compliance monitoring actions, and violations
and enforcement actions, the baseline report provides an overview of the U.S. chemical industry sector as a
whole (Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes in the 2800 series) and its subsector components (SICs
281 to  289). It is intended for use by regulators, states, industry, and the public as a general profile of the
chemical industry and its environmental performance from 1990 to 1994. The baseline report provides
information that may serve as a catalyst for the development of innovative compliance initiatives and similar
profiles for this  and other sectors on a state or regional basis.
Source:     NCEPI
MUST-
HAVES
 EPA Office of Compliance Sector Notebook Project: Profile of the Inorganic Chemicals Industry.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Compliance
 Date:        September 1995
 Pages:       135
 Report No.:  EPA/310/R-95/004
 Abstract:    The U.S. EPA's Office of Compliance has developed a series of profiles or notebooks containing
 information on selected major industrial groups; this one focuses on the inorganic chemicals industry. These
 notebooks, which focus on key indicators that holistically present air, water, and land pollutant release data,
 have been thoroughly reviewed by experts from both inside and outside the U.S. EPA. Each sector-specific
 notebook gives comprehensive, well-researched details including a comprehensive environmental profile,
 industrial process information, pollution prevention techniques, pollutant release data, regulatory requirements,
 compliance/enforcement history, government and industry partnerships, innovative programs, contact names,
 bibliographic references, and a description of research methodology. Each notebook is available in one or more
 electronic file formats for downloading. Because the electronic files of the notebooks published in 1995 do not
 contain all the tables, graphs, charts and illustrations that appear in the printed version, you may want to order
 printed bound copies from the Government Printing Office (GPO).
 Source: GPO or download from http://es.epa.gov/comply/sector/index.html


 EPA Office of Compliance Sector Notebook Project: Profile of the Organic Chemicals Industry.
 Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Compliance
 Date:       September 1995
 Pages:       146
 Report No.:  EPA/310/R-95/012
 Abstract:    The U.S. EPA's Office of Compliance has developed a series of profiles or notebooks containing
 information on selected major industrial groups; this one focuses on the organic chemicals industry. These
 notebooks, which focus on key indicators that  holistically present air, water, and land pollutant release data,
 have been thoroughly reviewed by experts from both inside and outside the U.S. EPA. Each sector-specific
 notebook gives comprehensive, well-researched details including a comprehensive environmental profile,
 industrial process information, pollution prevention techniques, pollutant release data, regulatory requirements,
 compliance/enforcement history, government and industry partnerships, innovative programs, contact names,
 bibliographic references, and a description of research methodology. Each notebook is available in one or more
 electronic file formats for downloading. Because the electronic files of the notebooks published in 1995 do not
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HAVES
                Pages:
                Report No,:
                Abstract:
                contain all the tables, graphs, charts and illustrations that appear in the printed version, you may want to order
                printed bound copies from the Government Printing Office (GPO).
                Source:  GPO or download from http://es.epa.gov/comply/sector/index.html


•"* *-* ^ A""  EPA Office of Compliance Sector Notebook Project: Profile of the Petroleum Refining Industry.
                '--"---      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Compliance
                            September 1995
                             142
                            EPA/310/R-95/013
                            The U.S. EPA's Office of Compliance has developed a series of profiles or notebooks containing
                information on selected major industrial groups; this one focuses on the petroleum refining industry. These
                notebooks, which focus on key indicators that holistically present air, water, and land pollutant release data,
                have been thoroughly reviewed by experts from both inside and outside the U.S. EPA. Each sector-specific
                notebook gives comprehensive, well-researched details including a comprehensive environmental profile,
                industrial process information, pollution prevention techniques, pollutant release data, regulatory requirements,
                compliance/enforcement history, government and industry partnerships, innovative programs, contact names,
                bibliographic references, and a description of research methodology. Each notebook is available in one or more
                electronic file formats for downloading. Because the electronic files of the notebooks published in 1995 do not
                contain all the tables, graphs, charts and illustrations that appear in the printed version, you may want to order
                printed bound copies from the Government Printing Office (GPO).
                Source: GPO or download from http://es.epa.gov/comply/sector/index.html
               EPA Office of Compliance Sector Notebook Project: Profile of the Pharmaceutical Industry.
               Author:
               Date:
               Pages:
               Report No.
               Abstract:
                            U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Compliance
                            September 1997
                            159                                      '
                            EPA/310/R-97/005
                            The U.S. EPA's Office of Compliance has developed a series of profiles or notebooks containing
               information on selected major industrial groups; this one focuses on the pharmaceutical industry. These
               notebooks, which focus on key indicators that holistically present air, water, and land pollutant release data,
               have been thoroughly reviewed by experts from both inside and outside the U.S. EPA. Each sector-specific
               notebook gives comprehensive, well-researched details including a comprehensive environmental profile,
               industrial process information, pollution prevention techniques, pollutant release data, regulatory requirements,
               compliance/enforcement history, government and industry partnerships, innovative programs, contact names,
               bibliographic references, and a description of research methodology. Each notebook is available in one or more
               electronic file formats for downloading.
               Source: GPO or download from http://es.epa.gov/comply/sector/index.html
               Date:
               Pages:
               Report No. :
               Abstract:
               EPA Office of Compliance Sector Notebook Project: Profile of the Plastic Resin and Manmade Fiber
               Industries.
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Compliance
                            September 1997
                            192
                            EPA/310/R-97/008
                            The U.S. EPA's Office of Compliance has developed a series of profiles or notebooks containing
               information on selected major industrial groups; this one focuses on the plastic resin and manmade fiber
               industries. These notebooks, which focus on key indicators that holistically present air, water, and land
               pollutant release data, have been thoroughly reviewed by experts from both inside and outside the U.S. EPA.
               Each sector-specific notebook gives comprehensive, well-researched details including a comprehensive
               environmental profile, industrial process information, pollution prevention techniques, pollutant release data,
               regulatory requirements, compliance/enforcement history, government and industry partnerships, innovative
               programs, contact names, bibliographic references, and a description of research methodology. Each notebook
               is available in one or more electronic file formats for downloading.
               Source: GPO or download from http://es.epa.gov/comply/sector/index.html
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EPA Office of Compliance Sector Notebook Project: Profile of the Rubber and Plastics Industry.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Compliance
Date:        September 1995
Pages:       133
 Report No.:  EPA/310/R-95/016                           .                                    ..
Abstract:     The U.S. EP'A's Office of Compliance has developed a series of profiles or notebooks containing
information on selected major industrial groups; this one focuses on the rubber and plastics industry. These
notebooks, which focus on key indicators that holistically present air, water, and land pollutant release data,
have been'thoroughly reviewed by experts from both inside and outside the U.S. EPA. Each sector-specific
notebook gives comprehensive, well-researched details including a comprehensive environmental profile,
industrial process information, pollution prevention techniques, pollutant release data, regulatory requirements,
compliance/enforcement history, government and industry partnerships, innovative programs, contact names,
bibliographic references, and a description of research methodology. Each notebook is available in one or'more
electronic file formats for downloading. Because the electronic files of the notebooks published in 1995 do not
contain all the tables, graphs, charts and illustrations that appear in the printed version, you may want to order
printed bound copies from the Government Printing Office (GPO).
Source: GPO or download from http://es.epa.gov/comply/sector/index.html
MUST-
HAVES
 General Enforcement Policy Compendium. Volume 1.
 Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA)
 Date:       December 1994
 Pages:       1185
 NTISNo.:   PB96-134341
 OCLCNo.:  32529523
 NEISNo.:    1640
 Abstract:    This compendium contains 74 generic policies and guidelines that pertain to U.S. EPA s
 environmental enforcement program. These documents address environmental enforcement issues that affect
 more than one statutory program, as opposed to policies that are specific to just one medium, such as air, soil,
 or water.                                                               .   -  .       ..
 Source:      NTIS, NEIS, OCLC
  HON Inspection Tool.
  Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA)
  Date:        September 1997          ,
  Pages:       262
  Report No.:  EPA/305/B-97/006
  Abstract:    The document is designed to assist Federal, state, and local regulatory personnel with
  enforcement of the process vent, transfer operation, storage vessel and wastewater provisions of the hazardous
  organic NESHAP (HON). Volume I contains descriptions of the background information on emission points
  and control technologies. These descriptions cover process vents, transfer operations, storage vessels, and
  wastewater provisions. Volume II contains checklists to assist the inspector during actual inspections.
  Source:      NCEPI
  Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing Statutory and Regulatory Summaries.
  Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance'Assurance (OECA)
  Date:        December 1997
  Report No.:.'  EPA/305/S-97/002
  Abstract:     This guide is a resource for the inorganic chemical manufacturing sector on Federal
  environmental regulations/identifying and clarifying regulatory information necessary to conduct a self-
  assessment. These documents describe, portions of environmental statutes that may apply to the given
  manufacturing industry and detail regulatory requirements (such as applicability, exemptions, monitoring,
  record keeping,  and reporting), summarized by statute.
  Source:      NCEPI, U.S. EPA web site (http://www.epa.gov)
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                Inspection Manual: Equipment Leak Regulations for the Chemical Manufacturing Industry.
                Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA)
                Date:        February 1998
                Pages:       300, three volumes
TVfTTQT    ReP°rtN°-:  EPA/305/B-96/005
•*•**• U ^ A "  Abstract:     Volume I provides inspection procedures for determining compliance for equipment leak
TT A  \71? O regulations promulgated under Parts 60, 61, and 63 of CAA and Parts 264 and 265 of RCRA, including sections
*"***• V H<& on determining applicability, determining compliance through reports, recordkeeping and on-site inspections,
      "        as well as providing recommended inspection techniques and procedures. Volume II provides a side by side
                summary of equipment leak provisions, a summary of differences, a summary by component, a discussion of
                regulated equipment, and supporting test methods. Volume HI provides the same information for regulations
                promulgated under Parts 60 and 63 for the petroleum industry.
                Source:      NCEPI


                Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, Enamels, and Allied Products Manufacturing (SIC 2851) Statutory and
                Regulatory Summaries.
                Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA)
                Date:        December 1997
                Report No.:   EPA/305/S-97/005
                Abstract:     This guide is a resource for the paints,  varnishes, lacquers, enamels, and allied products
                manufacturing sector on Federal environmental regulations, identifying and clarifying regulatory information
                necessary to conduct a self-assessment. These documents describe portions of environmental statutes that may
                apply to the given manufacturing industry and detail regulatory requirements (such as applicability,
                exemptions, monitoring, record keeping, and reporting), summarized by statute.
               Source:      NCEPI, U.S. EPA web site (http://www.epa.gov)


                Perfumes, Cosmetics, and Other Toilet Preparations Manufacturing (SIC 2844) Statutory and
                Regulatory Summaries.
               Author:       U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA)
               Date:        December 1997
               Report No.:   EPA/305/S-97/003
                            Plastics Materials, Synthetic Resins and Nonvulcanizable Elastomers Manufacturing (SIC 2821)
                            EPA/305/S-97/004
               Abstract:     This guide is a resource for the perfumes, cosmetics, and other toilet preparations manufacturing
               sector on Federal environmental regulations, identifying and clarifying regulatory information necessary to
               conduct a self-assessment.  These documents describe portions of environmental statutes that may apply to the
               given manufacturing industry and detail regulatory requirements (such as applicability, exemptions,
               monitoring, record keeping, and reporting), summarized by statute.
               Source:       NCEPI, U.S. EPA web site (http://www.epa.gov)


               Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Statutory and Regulatory Summaries.
               Author:       U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA)
               Date:        December 1997
               Report No.:   EPA/305/S-97/001
               Abstract:     This guide is a resource for the pharmaceutical manufacturing  sector on Federal environmental
               regulations, identifying and clarifying regulatory information necessary to conduct a  self-assessment. These
               documents describe portions of environmental statutes that  may apply to the given manufacturing industry and
               detail regulatory requirements (such as applicability, exemptions, monitoring, record keeping, and reporting),
               summarized by statute.
               Source:       NCEPI, U.S. EPA web site (http://www.epa.gov)
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Plastics Materials, Synthetic Resins and Nonvulcanizable Elastomers Manufacturing (SIC 2821)
Statutory and Regulatory Summaries.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA)
Date:        December 1997
Report No.:   EPA/305/S-97/004
Abstract-     This guide is a resource for the plastics materials, synthetic resins and nonvulcamzable
elastomers manufacturing sector on Federal environmental regulations, identifying and clarifying regulatory
information necessary to conduct a self-assessment. These documents describe portions of environmental
statutes that may apply to the given manufacturing industry and detail regulatory requirements (such as
applicability, exemptions, monitoring, record keeping, and reporting), summarized by statute,
Source:      NCEPI, U.S. EPA web site (http://www.epa.gov)
MUST-
HAVES
 Process-Based Self-Assessment Tool for the Organic Chemical Industry.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance
 Date:       December 1997
 Pages:      400
 Report No.:  EPA/305/B-97/002                                                     ..'•'.,
 Abstract-    This guide is a resource on Federal environmental regulations for small-to-medium-sized organic
 chemical manufacturing facilities. This manual 1) provides a general approach for performing a multimedia
 self-assessment to evaluate compliance with environmental regulations, and 2) provides industry-specific
 process and regulatory information necessary for conducting an assessment at an organic chemical
 manufacturing facility. The general approach section describes the steps for planning, conducting, and
 following up a multimedia self-assessment. Industry-specific information is given to supplement the generic
 self-assessment approach. This document describes processes found throughout the chemical manufacturing
 industry and identifies potential releases from each process and associated environmental legislation. Additional
 regulatory requirements (such as applicability, exemptions, monitoring, record keeping, and reporting)
 potentially affecting organic chemical manufacturers are summarized by statute in the appendices.
 Source: NCEPI, U.S. EPA web site (http://www.epa.gov)
                                               On-line Access
  Chemical Industry Branch home page
  URL-       http://www.epa.gov/oeca/ccsmd
  Abstract•    The Chemical Industry Branch (GIB) home page contains compliance oriented publications,
  regulations, and links for chemical, commercial services, and municipal industries.  The site is organized by
  industry, with a wide variety of compliance assistance materials and reference available for each.
  Code of Federal Regulations search
  URL-        http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/index.html
  Abstract-     The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is a codification of the general and permanent rules
  published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the Federal government The
  CFR on-line is a joint project to provide the public with enhanced access to government information. The Ct-R
  is divided into 50 titles that represent broad areas subject to Federal regulation. Each title is divided into
  chapters that usually bear the name of the issuing agency. Each chapter is further subdivided into parts covering
  specific regulatory areas. Large parts may be subdivided into subparts. All parts are organized in sections, and
  most citations to the CFR will be provided at the section level.
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                EnviroSenSe
                URL:        http://es.epa.gov
                Abstract:     EnviroSenSe, an integral part of the U.S. EPA's web site, attempts to provide a single repository
                for pollution prevention, compliance assurance, and enforcement information and data bases. Included are
1VFT T^IT    pollution Prevention case studies, technologies, points of contact, environmental statutes, executive orders,
•"•*••• U i^ A ~  regulations, and compliance and enforcement policies and guidelines. A major component of EnviroSenSe is
TT A  \7T? O tne data base umbrella architecture for "solvent alternatives." EnviroSenSe information may be used to
****• V M*^ implement pollution prevention and solvent substitution programs, ensure compliance with environmental laws
                and regulations, solve enforcement cases, and develop research projects. EnviroSenSe is funded by the U.S.
                EPA and the Department of Defense Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program.
               Federal Register search page
               URL:        http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/aces/acesl40.hjtml
               Abstract:     The Federal Register is the official daily publication  for rules, proposed rules, and notices of
               Federal agencies and organizations, as well as executive orders and other presidential documents. This page
               allows keyword searches through Federal Registers from 1995 to the present.
                                                        tms,
                                               'oftware

Environmental Statute Review Course.
Author:      National Enforcement Training Institute (NETI), Office of Criminal Enforcement, Forensics and
             Training
Date:        October 1997
Abstract:     This CD-ROM reviews the environmental regulations (CAA, CERCLA, CWA, EPCRA, FIFRA,
RCRA, and TSCA) and provides exercises and quizzes to test the user's knowledge.
Source:      NETI web site (http://earth2.epa.gov/neti) or call NETI [(800) EPA-NETI]
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                                  Brief History of the Clean Air Act

1970 - Congress passed the Clean Air Act (CAA) to control and abate air pollution through regulation of air
emissions from area, stationary and mobile sources. The Clean Air Act charged the Environmental Protection
Agency (U.S. EPA) with conducting research and development programs, setting national standards and
regulations providing technical and financial assistance to the states and where necessary, supplementing state
implementation programs. The act required U.S. EPA to:
•       Set National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for emissions of substances posing a general
        threat to air quality for criteria pollutants.
•       Set primary standards relating to human health and secondary standards for welfare effects.
•       Set emissions standards for industries called National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air
        Pollutants (NESHAPs).
•       Set minimum national emissions standards for new sources of pollution in specific categories (New
        Source Performance Standards).
•       Directed states to adopt state implementation plans (SIPs) with specific emission limitations applicable
        to emitting sources in the state. The SIPs were designed to attain achievement of the primary NAAQS.

1977 - Clean Air Act Amendments set new goals for achieving the attainment of NAAQS by 1975.
•       Established new NAAQS compliance dates and enforcement mechanisms.
•       The Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) program was added to prevent significant
        deterioration in areas where air quality was already cleaner than national standards.

1990 - Clean Air Act Amendments
•       Targeted reductions in emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides.
•       Established non-attainment areas for cities not meeting federal ozone standards.
•       Set specific targets for reducing tailpipe emissions of hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides and for the use
        of cleaner gasolines.
•       Increased the number of regulated toxic air pollutants from 7 to  189.

1996 - Final regulations under Section 112(r) were passed on chemical accidental release prevention.
•       Required facilities to develop and implement a Risk Management Program  (RMP) to identify hazards
        and manage risks.
•       Designed to prevent serious chemical accidents that could affect public health and the environment
        and to improve the response to any accidents that do occur.

Regulations pertaining to CAA can be found in 40 CFR Parts 50 - 99, available on-line at
http://www.epa.gov/docs/epacfr40subch-C/. Check the Federal Register for new rules, proposed rules and
notices at http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/aces/aces 140.html.
                                   CAA
                                  General
                  Common Sense Solutions to Hnvimnmcnrai Problems
 ** Reminder ** - For the most up-to-date information, check U.S.
 EPA's Enviro$en$e web site, http://es.epa.gov, or check with a local
 technical assistance provider (see Appendix B).

 To obtain the materials listed, see page 2.	
          CAA TOC
General	11
Emissions	18
Global Warming/Ozone	22
Inspection/Compliance	25
Permitting	28
Sampling/Monitoring	29
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                                                       GENERAL
                                                             Hotlines
CAA    Acid Rain
              Tel:         (202) 233-9620
General    Hours:      24 hours/day, 7 days/wk
              Instructions: Dial the main hotline number and
              listen to the categories. Leave technical questions
              in the mailbox and request documents from a
              menu, if desired. All documents are free and will
              be mailed promptly.
              Abstract:     The Acid Rain Hotline records
              questions and document requests covering all areas
              of the Acid Rain Program. The Hotline assists
              callers who have specific technical or policy
              questions by forwarding those inquiries to
              experienced U.S. EPA Acid Rain Division
              personnel, who review them and respond to the
              caller, typically within 24 hours. The Acid Rain
              Hotline is designed to be a one-stop shop allowing
              interested parties to both raise questions and
              request a variety of documents related to the
              program.
              Air Risk Information Support Center
              Tel:         (919)541-5384
              Hours:      8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (EST) M-F
              Abstract:     The Air RISC provides technical
              assistance and information in areas of health, risk,
              and exposure assessment for toxic and criteria air
              pollutants. Services include: the hotline for direct
              access to U.S. EPA experts; detailed technical
              assistance for more in-depth evaluations or
              information; and general technical guidance in the
              form of documents, reports and training materials
              related to health, risk and exposure assessment. Air
                                         RISC can also be accessed through the OAQPS
                                         Technology Transfer Network (TTN).

                                         The Air RISC was developed to assist State and
                                         local air pollution control agencies and U.S. EPA
                                         Regional offices with technical matters pertaining
                                         to health, exposure, and risk assessment of air
                                         pollutants. Services to others may be limited or
                                         provided on a cost reimbursable basis.
                                         Control Technology Center (CTC)
                                         Tel:         (919)541-5432
                                         Hours:      7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST) M-F
                                         Abstract:    The CTC was established in 1987 to
                                         provide technical assistance to state and local
                                         agencies in attaining the National Ambient Air
                                         Quality Standard (NAAQS) for Ozone and
                                         supporting air toxic programs. Currently support
                                         and assistance is provided on issues involving
                                         pollution prevention or control technologies for all
                                         air pollutants. In addition, the Clean Air Act
                                         Amendments of 1990 expanded the CTC user
                                         population to include "others" (i.e., anyone not
                                         working for a state or local government agency).
                                         CTC services include: a telephone HOTLINE to
                                         provide rapid access to U.S. EPA expertise and
                                         information; comprehensive, short term
                                         engineering assistance to resolve source specific
                                         issues; CTC-developed technical guidance
                                         documents, case studies, and computer  software
                                         tools; the "CTC NEWS," a quarterly newsletter;
                                         and an electronic bulletin board system (BBS),
                                         called the CTC BBS, which provides around-the-
                                         clock access to CTC services and products.
                                                           On-line Access
             Air Risk Information Support Center
              URL:
              Telnet:
              Abstract;
              chapter.
http://www.epa.gov/oar/oaq_ttn.html
ttnbb.rtpnc.epa.gov
See the Hotlines section of this
AIRS Home Page
URL:        http://www.epa.gov/airs/
Abstract:     U.S. EPA's Aerometric Information
Retrieval System (AIRS) is a computer-based
repository of information about airborne pollution
in the United States and various World Health
Organization (WHO) member countries.
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AIRSWeb
URL:        http://www.epa.gov/airsweb/
Abstract:     AIRSWeb provides easy access to
key measures of air pollution that U.S. EPA uses to
assess the Nation's air quality: measurements of
ambient air quality for the past five years from
4000 air monitoring sites across the nation; and air
pollutant emissions and regulatory compliance   .
status for 9000 point sources regulated by U.S.
EPA. AIRSWeb reports are generated on demand
from a database refreshed monthly with the latest
information from AIRS. There are several report
formats, and each one can show data for a single
state or the entire USA.
Applicability Determination Index (ADI)
URL:       http://134.67.104.12/cfdocs/adiwww/
             adiwww.html-ssi
Abstract:     This database contains U.S. EPA
memoranda on applicability and compliance issues
associated with the New Source Performance
Standards (NSPS), National Emissions Standards
for Hazardous Air Pollutants (with categories for
both NESHAP, Part 61, and MACT, Part 63),
CFCs, asbestos (Part 61, Subpart M) and wood
stoves (Part 60, Subpart AAA). OECA's
Manufacturing, Energy and Transportation
Division maintains the database and adds recently
issued determinations quarterly. Both Macintosh
and IBM-compatible PC users can access ADI. For
information on how to use the ADI, including
access to the system and searching, viewing, and
downloading information, select the 'User's
Guide' link. Users can search for determinations
by a combination of subparts, regulatory citations,
issue dates, U.S. EPA Region/office and word,
search strings. Users can then view information
such as the header (which gives basic data about
the determination), the abstract, or the full text of
the determination. Users can download
determinations in ASCII text files that can be read
or printed using a word processor or text editor.
 CAA 112(r) Frequently Asked Questions (as of
 June 1998).
 URL:        http://www.epa.gov/swercepp/pubs/
              caa-faqs.html
 Abstract:     A collection of questions and
 answers regarding the Risk Management Program
 Rule under CAA Section 122(r) taken from the
 Q&A database.
CAA 112(r) Q&A Database
URL:        http://www.epa.gov/swercepp/acc-
             pre.html#Q and A
Abstract:     A database of questions and answers
related to the Clean Air Act Section 112(r) and
EPCRA. An update of the database is available at
http://www.epa.gov/swercepp/pubs/nfo.exe once
you've already loaded the database onto your hard
drive. The database is being converted to an
Internet-based application.
Control Technology Center (CTC)
URL:        http://www.epa.gov/oar/oaq_ttn.html
Telnet:       ttnbbs.rtpnc.epa.gov
Abstract:     See the Hotlines section of this
chapter.
U.S. EPA's Chemical Emergency Preparedness
and Prevention Office (CEPPO)
URL:        http://www.epa.gov/swercepp/
Abstract:     This site is the home page for U.S.
EPA's CEPPO, whose goal is to provide
leadership, advocacy, and assistance to prevent and
prepare for chemical emergencies, respond to
environmental crises, and inform the public about
chemical hazards in their communities. To protect
human health and the environment CEPPO
develops, implements, and coordinates regulatory
and non-regulatory programs.
 U.S. EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and
 Standards (OAQPS)
 URL:        http://www.epa.gov/oar/oaqps/
 Abstract:    This site is the home page for U.S.
 EPA's OAQPS, whose goal is to preserve and
 improve the quality of the air everyone breathes.
 Towards this end, OAQPS is involved in various
 projects dealing with the assessment and regulation
 of air pollution. Topics and organizations that are
 part of OAQPS's work include air pollution
 monitoring, air pollution emissions, air pollution
 data, inter-agency programs, conferences,
 workshops, and training.
 U.S. EPA's Office of Air and Radiation (OAR)
 URL:        http://www.epa.gov/oar/
 Abstract:    This site is the home page for U.S.
 EPA's OAR which is involved with a wide variety
 of issues that affect the quality of our air. They
 have informational material on indoor air pollution
 problems, including radon; programs that are
 primarily concerned with motor vehicles and with
 stationary sources such as factories and power
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             plants; and programs related to topics such as acid
             rain, global warming (pollution prevention), and
             the hole in the ozone layer.
Real Time Air Pollution Data
URL:       http://www.epa.gov/realtime/
Abstract:    Links to sites containing up-to-the-
minute or frequently updated information from air
monitors and other sources.
             Simplified List of Nonattainment Areas
             URL:       http://www.epa.gov/airs/nonattn.html
             Abstract:     The Clean Air Act and Amendments
             of 1990 define a "nonattainment area" as a locality
             where air pollution levels persistently exceed
             National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
Technology Transfer Network (TTN)
URL:       http://www.epa.gov/ttn
FTP:       ttnftp.rtpnc.epa.gov
Telnet:      ttnbbs.rtpnc.epa.gov
Modem:     (919)541-5742 (14.4 kps)
Off-line:     8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon (EST)
            Monday
Help:       (919)541-5384
Abstract:    The Technology Transfer Network
(TTN), operated by U.S. EPA's Office of Air
Quality Planning and Standards, is a collection of
related Web sites containing information about
many areas of air pollution science, technology,
regulation, measurement, and prevention. In
addition, the TTN serves as a public forum for the
exchange of technical information and ideas
among participants and U.S. EPA staff. The TTN
contains such things as tools to estimate air
pollutant emissions, downloadable computer code
for regulatory air models, a summary of the Clean
Air Act, a course offered by the Air Pollution
Training Institute, and an offer for request
technical support in implementing an air pollution
control program.
                                                            Documents
              Clean Air Act of 1990: An Introductory Guide
              to Smart Implementation.
              Author:      Clean Air Act Advisory Committee,
                          Washington, DC
              Date:        1990
              Pages:       5
              Report No.:  EPA/450/K-92/003
              OCLCNo.:   28830023
              Source:      OCLC
              EPA's Risk Management Program: How Does
              It Affect Chemical Distributors?
              Author:      U.S. EPA, Chemical Emergency
                          Preparedness and Prevention Office,
                          Washington, DC
              Date:        April 1998
              Pages:       2
              Report No.:  EPA/550/F-98/011
              Abstract:     This brochure briefly explains
              requirements of CAA Section 112(r) for chemical
              distributors and identifies who is likely to be
              subject to the rule.
              Source:      http://www.epa.gov/ceppo/pubs/dist-
                          bul.pdf
                                                    EPA's Risk Management Program: How Does
                                                    It Affect Chemical Warehouses?
                                                    Author:     U.S. EPA, Chemical Emergency
                                                                Preparedness and Prevention Office,
                                                                Washington, DC
                                                    Date:       April 1998
                                                    Pages:      2
                                                    Report No.:  EPA/550/F-98/009
                                                    Abstract:    This brochure briefly explains
                                                    requirements of CAA Section 112(r) for chemical
                                                    warehouses and identifies who is likely to be
                                                    subject to the rule.
                                                    Source:     http://www.epa.gov/ceppo/pubs/
                                                                ware-bul.pdf
                                                    Funding Sources for Implementing the Risk
                                                    Management Program - Factsheet.
                                                    Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste and
                                                                 Emergency Response, Washington,
                                                                 DC
                                                    Date:        May 1998
                                                    Pages:       2
                                                    Report No.:   EPA/550/F-98/016
                                                    Abstract:     This fact sheet explains state and
                                                    federal funding options for implementing Section
                                                    112(r)ofCAA.
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Source:     NCEPI, download from
            http://www.epa.gov/swercepp/pubs7f
            unding.pdf
List of Substances for Accidental Release
Prevention : CAA 112(r) - Factsheet.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste and
             Emergency Response, Washington,
             DC
Date:        May 1996
Pages:       2
Report No.:   EPA/550/F-96/003
Abstract:     This fact sheet explains Section
112(r) of CAA and changes to the list of regulated
substances.
Source:      NCEPI, download from
             http://www.epa.gov/swercepp/factsh
             eets/listrule.pdf
 Pesticide Regulation (PR) Notice 92-3. Notice to
 Manufacturers, Formulators, Distributors, and
 Registrants of Pesticide Products.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Pesticide Programs
 Date:        19 March 1992
 Pages:       12
 Notes:       Also available in set of 6 reports PC
             E99/MF. E99, PB93-219459.
 NTISNo.:    PB93-219483
 Report No.:  EPA/73 l/N-92/003
 Abstract:    The notice is to alert pesticide
 registrants to new provisions of the Clean Air Act
 (CAA) which will affect registrations, and inform
 them of how they must or may comply with new
 requirements within the framework of FIFRA. The
 Appendix to the Notice gives a general timeline of
 activities under the CAA and related activities
 under FIFRA. The requirements are directed to
 registrants of products containing or manufactured
 with CFCs,  HCFCs, carbon tetrachloride, and
 methyl chloroform.
 Source:     NTIS
 Pesticide Regulation (PR) Notice 95-4. Notice to
 Manufacturers, Formulators, Producers and
 Registrants of Pesticide Products. Methyl
 Bromide Alternatives.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC. Office
              of Prevention, Pesticides and Toxic
              Substances
 Date:        1995
 Pages:       8
 NTISNo.:    PB95-270716
 Report No.:   EPA/73O/N-95/002
Abstract:  ,   This notice is to inform registrants,
procedures, and users of methyl bromide about the
U.S. EPA's policies and obligations under FIFRA,
CAA, and the Montreal Protocol to regulate methyl
bromide. It is also intended to inform registrants of
U.S. EPA's commitment to giving.priority review
to methyl bromide alternatives, consistent with the
Agency's reduced risk initiative.
Source:  -  >  NTIS
Plain English Guide to the Clean Air Act.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Air and Radiation.
Date:  .      April 1993
Pages:  .     34
Report No.,:  EPA/400/K-93/001
ISBN: '      ISBN-0-16-036283-0
NTISNo.:    PB93-217438INZ
Abstract:     A brief introduction to the 1990
version of the Clean Air Act, to help you
understand what is in the law and how it may
affect you.
Source:      NTIS, or download from
             http://www.epa.gov/oar/oaqps/peg_c
   ,          aa/pegcaain.html
 Process-Based Self-Assessment Tool for the
 Organic'Chemical Industry.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Enforcement and Compliance
             Assurance, Office of Compliance
 Date:       December 1997
 Pages:      400
 Report No.:  EPA/305/B-97/002
 Abstract:     This guide is a resource on Federal
 environmental regulations for small-to-medium-
 sized organic chemical manufacturing facilities.
 This manual 1) provides a general approach for
 performing a multimedia self-assessment to
 evaluate compliance with environmental
 regulations, and 2) provides industry-specific
 process and regulatory information necessary for
 conducting an assessment at an organic chemical
 manufacturing facility. The general approach
 section describes the steps for planning,
 conducting, and following up a multimedia self-
 assessment. Industry-specific information is given
 to .supplement the generic self-assessment
 approach. This document describes processes
 found throughout the chemical manufacturing
 industry'and identifies potential releases from each
 process and associated environmental legislation.
 Additional regulatory requirements (such as
 applicability, exemptions, monitoring, record
 keeping, and reporting) potentially affecting
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             organic chemical manufacturers are summarized
             by statute in the appendices.
             Source: NCEPI
Risk Management Programs under CAA
Section 112(r) - Guidance for Implementing
Agencies.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Chemical Emergency
             Preparedness and Prevention Office
Date:        February 1998
Pages:       58
Abstract:     This publication provides guidance
on developing accidental release prevention
programs under section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act
(CAA). Although the rules published under section
112(r) are part of the CAA, they are related to and
build on activities conducted under the Emergency
Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
(EPCRA) and the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) standards.
Source:      EPCRA Hotline [(800) 424-9346] or
             http://www.epa.gov/swercepp/acc-pr
             e.html#Technical Guidance
             Questions and Answers about the Early
             Reductions Program.
             Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
                          NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
                          and Standards
             Date:        January 1992
             Pages:       57
             NTISNo.:    PB92-180124
             Report No.:   EPA/450/3-92/005
             Abstract:     Regulations have been proposed
             governing compliance extensions for early
             reductions of Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs).
             The regulations allow a six year MACT standard
             compliance extension for sources that achieve HAP
reductions of 90% (95% for particulates) from a
base year of 1987 (or more recent base year). The
document is a compilation ofxjuestions and
answers about the early reductions program, and is
intended to assist companies interested in
participating in the program and to assist
Regulatory agencies responsible for implementing
the program.
Source:     NTIS
Title III List of Lists: Consolidated List of
Chemicals Subject to the Emergency Planning
and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA)
and Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act, as
amended: Title III of the Superfund
Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986,
and Title III of the Clean Air Act Amendments
of 1990.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Prevention, Pesticides and Toxic
            Substances and Office of Solid
            Waste and Emergency Response
Date:       December 1996
Report No.:  EPA/550/B-96/015
Abstract:    This consolidated list has been
prepared to help firms handling chemicals
determine whether they need to submit reports
under sections 302, 304, or 313 of SARA Title III
(EPCRA) and, for a specific chemical, what reports
may need to be submitted. It also helps firms
determine whether they will be subject to accident
prevention regulations under CAA section 112(r).
Separate lists are also provided of RCRA waste
streams and unlisted hazardous wastes, and of
radionuclides reportable under CERCLA. These
lists should be used as a reference tool, not as  a
definitive source of compliance information.
Source:     NCEPI, OCLC
             Implementing The Clean Air Act: EPA Speaks:
             Update {Video}.
             Author:      American Bar Association Division
                          for Professional Education
             Date:        1992
             Report No.:   EPA/400/V-92/004
             Source:      ABA [(312) 988-6203]
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Instructional Package on Regulatory Air
Quality Modeling. Part 1: Videos on the
'Guideline on Air Quality Models (Revised)' and
the Model Clearinghouse (Video).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
            NC, Technical Support Division
Date:       June 1992
Format:      1 VHS video, 60 minutes
Notes :      Instructions sheets are included in
            package. Part 2 (Diskette Version) is
            available as PB94-500626.
NTISNo.:   PB94-780012
Report No.:  EPA/454/V-92/002
Abstract:    The major regulatory air modeling
guidance document, the 'Guideline on Air Quality
Models (Revised),' and the Agency's focal point for
reviewing the use of dispersion modeling
techniques, the Model Clearinghouse, are
described. The intended audience is professionals
who have some technical experience using
personal computers and whose responsibilities now
include running U.S. EPA's air quality models (1)
to assess the impact of emissions from new or
modified sources or air toxics releases, or (2) to
replicate the model results submitted  in
conjunction with such regulatory programs as
NSR, PSD, NAAQS attainment demonstrations,
Superfund, and others.
Source:     NTIS
CAA
General
                                              Training
RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline Training Module: Introduction to: Accidental Release
Prevention Program (Clean Air Act Section 112(r); 40 CFR Part 68).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
Date:       June 1997
Pages:       19
Report No.:  EPA/550/B-97/005
Abstract:    This module discusses CAA §112(r) and its implementing regulations at 40 CFR 68 in detail. The
document explains the purpose of the regulation and how it relates to the goals and requirements of EPCRA.
Source:     NCEPI
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                                                      EMISSIONS
                                                               Documents
  CAA
Emissions
Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors.
Volume 1. Stationary Point and Area Sources.
Fifth Edition.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
            NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
            and Standards
Date:       January 1995
Pages:      2050
NTISNo.:   PB95-196028INE
Abstract:    This document contains emission
factors and process information  for more than 200
air pollution source categories. These emission
factors have been compiled from source test data,
material balance studies, and engineering
estimates, and they can be used judiciously in
making emission estimations for various purposes.
When specific source test data are available, such
should be preferred over the generalized factors
presented in this document. Also included are
particle size distribution data and procedures for
sampling and analyzing surface/bulk dust loading.
Source:     NTIS
               Control of Volatile Organic Compound
               Emissions from Batch Processes: Alternative
               Control Techniques Information Document.
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
                            NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
                            and Standards
               Date:        February 1994
               Pages:       379
               Control No.:  420325543
               NTfSNo.:    PB94-177128
               Report No.:   EPA/450/R-94/020
               Abstract:     The purpose of this document is to
               provide information on alternative control
               techniques for volatile organic compound (VOC)
               emissions from batch operations. Although the
               control techniques information applies to batch
               processing in all industries, the document focuses
               primarily on batch processes in the following six
               industries: plastic  materials and resins (described
               by Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code
               2821), Pharmaceuticals (SIC 2833 and 2834), gum
               and wood chemicals (SIC 2861), cyclic crudes and
               intermediates (SIC 2865), industrial organic
               chemicals (2869), and agricultural chemicals (SIC
               2879). The document contains information on
emissions, controls, control options, and costs that
States can use in developing rules based on
reasonably available control technology.
Source:     NTIS
Control of Volatile Organic Compound
Emissions from Reactor Processes and
Distillation Operations Processes in the
Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing
Industry.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
             NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
             and Standards
Date:        November 1991
Pages:       198
Notes:       Portions of this document are not
             fully legible.
NTISNo.:    PB92-180009
Report No.:   EPA/450/4-91/031
Abstract:     Control Techniques Guidelines are
issued for volatile organic compound (VOC)
emissions from reactor and distillation operations
processes within the synthetic organic chemical
manufacturing industry. The document informs
Regional, State, and local air pollution control
agencies of reasonable available control
technology (RACT) for  development of regulations
necessary to attain the national ambient air quality
standards for VOCs. The document is a draft and
may be revised in response to comments from the
public and industry.
Source:      NTIS
                                                     Control of Volatile Organic Compound
                                                     Emissions from Volatile Organic Liquid Storage
                                                     in Floating and Fixed Roof Tanks. Guideline
                                                     Series.
                                                     Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
                                                                  NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
                                                                  and Standards
                                                     Pages:       207
                                                     Date:        October 1993
                                                     NTISNo.:    PB94-128519INZ
                                                     Report No.:   EPA/453/D-93/057
                                                     Source:      NTIS
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Control Techniques for Volatile Organic
Compound Emissions from Stationary Sources,
December 1992. Third edition.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
             NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
             and Standards
Date:        December 1992
Pages:       466
Notes:       See also PB83-111708 and PB-284
             804.
NTISNo.:    PB93-150258
Report No.:   EPA/453/R-92/018
NEISNo.:    176
Abstract:     The document is a summary
document containing general information on
sources of volatile organic compound (VOC)
emissions, applicable control techniques, and the
impacts resulting from control applications. It
references other documents that contain much
more detailed information on individual sources
and control techniques.  This is the third edition of
a report originally published by the Department of
Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) titled,
'Control Techniques for Hydrocarbon and Organic
Solvent Emissions from Stationary Sources (AR-
68).' The first edition was published in March 1970
by the National Air Pollution Control
Administration
Source:      NTIS, NEIS
 Control Techniques for Fugitive VOC
 Emissions from Chemical Process Facilities.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Center
             for Environmental Research
             Information, Office of Research and
             Development
 Date:        March 1994
 Pages:       163
 OCLCNo.:   30539536
 Report No.:  EPA/625/R-93/005
 NEISNo.:    905
 Abstract:     This handbook contains a detailed
 review of established new source performance
 standards  (NSPSs) and national emissions
 standards  for hazardous air pollutants, as well as
 information on the RCRA Standards for hazardous
 waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.
 Source:      OCLC, NCEPI, NEIS
 Control Technologies for Hazardous Air
 Pollutants.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Center
             for Environmental Research
             Information
 Date:       June 1991
Pages:       261
NTISNo.:  .  PB92-141373
ReportNo.:  EPA/625/6-91/014
NEISNo.:    177
Abstract:     The objective of the handbook is to
present a methodology for determining the
performance and cost of air pollution control
techniques designed to reduce or eliminate the
emissions of potentially hazardous air pollutants
(HAPs) from industrial/commercial sources. (Note:
The term 'hazardous' in the document is very
broad. It is not limited to the specific compounds
listed under current regulations). The handbook is
to be used by U.S. EPA regional, State, and local
air pollution control agency technical personnel for
two basic purposes: (1) to respond to inquiries
from interested parties (e.g., prospective permit
applicants) regarding the HAP control
requirements that would be needed at a specified
process or facility, and (2) to evaluate/review
permit applications for sources with the potential to
emit HAPs.
Source:      NTIS, NEIS
Locating and Estimating Air Emissions From
Sources of... (multiple reports)
Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
             NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
             and Standards
Date:        Various
Pages:       Various
Report No.:  See below
CONTAMINANT
REPORTNO.
                                        DATE
 1,3-butadiene
 Acrylonitrile
 Benzene
 Cadmium & cadmium
 compounds
 Carbon tetrachloride
 Chlorobenzenes
 Chloroform
 Chromium
 Chromium-supplement
 Cyanide compounds
 Epichlorohydrin
 Ethylene dichloride
 Ethylene oxide
 Formaldehyde
 Manganese
EPA/450/2-89/021
EPA/450/4-84/007A
EPA/450/4-84/007Q
EPA/454/R-93/040

EPA/450/4-84/007B
EPA/454/R-93/044
EPA/450/4-84/007C
EPA/450/4-84/007G
EPA/450/2-89/002
EPA/454/R-93/041
EPA/450/4-85/007J
EPA/450/4-84/007D
EPA/450/4-84/007L
EPA/450/4-91/012
EPA/450/4-85/007H
 Medical waste incinerators EPA/454/R-93/053
 Mercury & mercury      EPA/454/R-93/023
 cmpds
 Methyl chloroform       EPA/454/R-93/045
                           CAA
                         Emissions
Dec 89
Mar 84
Mar 88
Sep93

Mar 84
Mar 94
Mar 84
Jul84
Aug89
Sep93
Sep85
Mar 84
Sep86
Mar 91
Sep95
Oct93
Sep93

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              Methyl ethyl ketone
              Mcthylene chloride
              Municipal waste
              combustors
              Nickel
              Perehloroethylene/
              trichloroethylene
              Phosgene
                      EPA/454/R-93/046  Mar 94
                      EPA/454/R-93-006  Feb 93
                      EPA/450/2-89/006  Apr 89

                      EPA/450/4-84/007F Mar 84
                      EPA/450/2-89/013  Aug 89

                      EPA/450/4-84/0071  Sep 85
  C A A.   Polychlorinated biphenyls EPA/450/4-84/007N May 87
Emissions Pol>'cyclic organic matter EPA/450/4-84/007P Sep_87
               Sewage sludge
               incinerators
               Styrene
               Toluene
               Vinylidene chloride
               Xylene
                      EPA/450/2-90/009  May 90
                      EPA/454/R-93-011  Apr 93
                      EPA/454-R-93/047  Mar 94
                      EPA/450/4-84/007K Sep 85
                      EPA/454/R-93/048  Mar 94
Abstract:     To assist groups interested in
inventorying air emissions of various potentially
toxic substances. U.S. EPA is preparing a series of
documents such as these to compile available
information on sources and emissions of these
substances. These documents deal specifically with
specific contaminants. Its intended audience
includes Federal, State and local air pollution
personnel and others interested in locating
potential emitters of these contaminants and in
making gross estimates of air emissions therefrom.
These documents present information on 1) the
types of sources that may emit the particular
contaminant; 2) process variations and release
points that may be expected within these sources;
and 3) available emissions information indicating
the potential for contaminant release into the air
from each operation.
Source:      NTIS
regulatory requirements pertaining to submission
of these inventories; (3) describe the objectives,
components, and ultimate uses of the inventories;
and (4) define documentation and  reporting
requirements for the inventories.
Source:     NTIS
Procedures for Establishing Emissions for Early
Reduction Compliance Extensions. Volume 1.
Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing,
Ethylene Oxide Sterilization, and Chromium
Electroplating.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
             NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
             and Standards
Date:        February 1992
Pages:       96
Notes:       See also PB91-225706.
NTIS No.:    PB92-176221
Report No.:   EPA/450/3-91/012A
Abstract:     Regulations have been proposed
governing compliance extensions for Early
Reductions of Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAP).
The regulations allow a six year MACT standard
compliance extension for sources that achieve HAP
reductions of 90% (95%  for particulates) from a
base year of 1987 (or more recent base year). The
document includes acceptable emission estimating
techniques that can be used when source testing is
not feasible. The document includes techniques for
synthetic organic chemical manufacturing,
ethylene oxide sterilization, and chromium
electroplating.
Source:      NTIS
               PM-10 Emission Inventory Requirements.
               Author:     U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
                           NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
                           and Standards
               Date:       September 1994
               Pages:      46
               Notes:       See also PB94-104304.
               NTIS No.:    PB95-109518
               Report No.:  EPA/454/R-94/033
               Abstract:    The document describes the
               emission inventory requirements that are contained
               in the CAA for those areas that are required to
               submit a State Implementation Plan (SIP) for
               demonstrating attainment of the National Ambient
               Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for PM-10. The
               guidance in this document pertains to PM-10
               moderate nonattainment areas. The purposes of the
               document are to (1) identify the types of
               inventories required; (2) briefly review the
                                                     Title III List of Lists: Consolidated List of
                                                     Chemicals Subject to the Emergency Planning
                                                     and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA)
                                                     and Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act, as
                                                     amended: Title III of the Superfund
                                                     Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986,
                                                     and Title HI of the Clean Air Act Amendments
                                                     of 1990.
                                                     Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                                                                  of Prevention, Pesticides and Toxic
                                                                  Substances and Office of Solid
                                                                  Waste and Emergency Response
                                                     Date:        December 1996
                                                     Report No.:  EPA/550/B-96/015
                                                     Abstract:     This consolidated list has been
                                                     prepared to help firms handling chemicals
                                                     determine whether they need to submit reports
                                                     under sections 302, 304, or 313 of SARA Title III
                                                     (EPCRA) and, for a specific chemical, what reports
                                                     may need to be submitted. It also helps firms
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determine whether they will be subject to accident
prevention regulations under CAA section  112(r).
Separate lists are also provided of RCRA waste
streams and unlisted hazardous wastes, and of
radionuclides reportable under CERCLA. These
lists should be used as a reference tool, not as a
definitive source of compliance information.
Source:     NCEPI, OCLC
Total Organics Guidance Manual for Stationary
Source Emissions.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
             NC, National Exposure Research
             Lab
Date:        1996
Pages:       11
NTlSNo.:    PB97-117956
Report No.:   EPA/600/A-96/121
Abstract:     This guidance manual identifies
methods used to measure and report total organics
data from stationary source emissions. Total
organics data includes: light hydrocarbons and
volatile organics (measured using Field Gas
Chromatography and Purge and Trap Gas
Chromatography), semivolatile organics (measured
using a total chromatographic organics method),
and nonvolatile organic compounds (measured
using a gravimetric analysis method). The methods
for measuring and reporting the individual
parameters are discussed in detail.
Source:      NTIS
                                                                                                      CAA
                                                                                                    Emissions
                                              Software
Factor Information Retrieval (FIRE) System,
Version 5.1 (for Microcomputers).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
             NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
             and Standards
Date:        1995
Format:      Executable compressed files on one
             diskette
NTIS No.:    PB96-500590
Abstract:     The FIRE database management
system provides easy access to a database of
emission factors for 97 of the 189 hazardous air
pollutants (HAPs) designated by the Clean Air Act
(CAA) 'criteria' pollutants. Emission factors are not
intended to represent actual emissions, but are used
to estimate air pollutant emissions for a given
source when no actual emission data are available.
The FIRE system is a menu-driven system with a
user interface patterned after Microsoft Windows.
Source:      NTIS
 Protocol for Equipment Leak Emission
 Estimates, 1995 (for Microcomputers).
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
             NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
             and Standards
 Format:     1 diskette
 Date:        1995
 NTIS No.:    PB96-502653
 Abstract:     The report presents standard
 protocols for estimating mass emissions from
 equipment leaks using different approaches.
Several topics relevant to estimating equipment
leak emissions (such as speciating emissions) are
addressed. Information is provided on how to
perform a screening survey at a process unit, how a
process unit can collect equipment leak rate data
by enclosing individual equipment pieces and
measuring mass emissions, and how to estimate the
control efficiency of equipment leak control
techniques. The document will help facilities
generate accurate plant-specific equipment leak
emission estimates.
Source:      NTIS
 Volatile Organic Compound/Particulate Matter
 Speciation Data Base Management System
 (SPECIATE), Version 1.5 (on diskette).
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Air Quality
             Planning and Standards
 Date:        February 1993
 NTIS No.:    PB93-505238INC
 Abstract:     SPECIATE presents Volatile
 Organic Compound (VOC) and Particulate Matter
 (PM) species profiles for more than 400 source
 categories. The species profiles consist of weight
 percentages of individual compounds of total VOC
 and total PM. Speciation factors are used to
 estimate emissions of air toxics from emission
 factors or estimates of total VOCs and PM.
 Speciated emission factors are also presented in the
 database.
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                                        GLOBAL WARMING/OZONE
                                                            Hotlines
 CAA
  Global
Warming/
  Ozone
Stratospheric Ozone Information Hotline
Tel:         (800) 296-1996 (toll free)
Tel:         (301)614-3396
Far:        (301)231-6377
Hours:      10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (EST) M-F
Abstract:    The hotline offers consultation on ozone protection regulations and requirements under Title VI
of the Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) of 1990. Title VI covers the following key aspects of the
production, use, and safe disposal of ozone-depleting chemicals: 1) production phaseout and controls; 2)
servicing of motor vehicle air conditioners; 3) recycling and emission reduction; 4) technician and equipment
certification; 5) approval of alternatives; 6) ban of nonessential uses; 7) product labeling; and 8) federal
procurement.
                                                          On-line Access
              OzonAction Information Clearinghouse
              URL:        http://www.epa.gov/ozone/intpol/oaic.html
              Abstract:     This database is designed to provide technical and policy information about the phaseout of
              ozone-depleting substances and about substitutes and new technologies. U.S. EPA hosts the database which is
              produced by OzonAction, a program of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
              Ozone/PM-10/RegionaI Haze Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) Site
              URL:        http://ttnwww.rtpnc.epa.gov/html/ozpmrh/facahome.htm
              Abstract:     Approaches for implementing revised national ambient air quality standards for ozone and
              particulate matter.
              Stratospheric Ozone Depletion
              URL:        http://www.epa.gov/ozone/
              Abstract:     The web site contains information about the science of ozone depletion, regulations in the US
              designed to protect the ozone layer, information on methyl bromide, flyers about the UV index, information for
              the general public, and other topics. The hotline offers consultation on ozone protection regulations and
              requirements under Title VI of the Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) of 1990. Title VI covers the following
              key aspects of the production, use, and safe disposal of ozone-depleting chemicals: 1) production phaseout and
              controls; 2) servicing of motor vehicle air conditioners; 3) recycling and emission reduction; 4) technician and
              equipment certification; 5) approval of alternatives; 6) ban of nonessential uses; 7) product labeling; and 8)
              federal procurement.
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                                                Documents
Clean Air Act Section 183(D) Guidance on Cost-
Effectiveness.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
             NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
             and Standards
Date:        November 1991
Pages:       24
Notes:       See also PB90-169954.
Control No.:  207236310
NTISNo.:    PB92-136795
Report No.:   EPA/450/2-91/008
Abstract:     The document provides guidance on
achieving at lower cost the compliance milestones
for reductions of ozone precursor emissions to
attain and maintain the national ambient air quality
standard (NAAQS) for ozone. The report discusses
the fundamentals of cost-effectiveness, the role of
cost-effectiveness in State implementation plans, a
number of important considerations for cost-
effectiveness  analysis such as rule effectiveness,
rule penetration, and multiple pollutant accounting,
and applications of cost-effectiveness analysis.
Source:      NCEPI.NTIS
 Compliance Guidance for Industrial Process
 Refrigeration Leak Repair Regulations under
 Section 608 of the Clean Air Act.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Chemical Manufacturers
             Association
 Date:        1995
 Pages:       65
 Report No.:  EPA/3OO/B-95/010
 Abstract:     This manual explains portions of the
 August 8, 1995, amendments to the leak repair
 provisions of the refrigerant recycling regulations.
 It focuses on aspects of the amendments relevant to
 industrial  process refrigeration systems to assist
 those affected by the amendments in complying
                                                 with them. It contains complete flow diagrams,
                                                 timelines, and question and answer sections. In
                                                 addition to the guidance, a self-audit checklist
                                                 (EPA/300/B-96/002) and a training module
                                                 (EPA/300/B-96/001) for the amendments are
                                                 available.
                                                 Source:      Stratospheric Ozone Information
                                                 Hotline [(800) 296-1996], CMA [(301) 617-7824]
                                                 New Chemical Alternatives for the Protection of
                                                 Stratospheric Ozone.
                                                 Author:      Clemson Univ., SC, Dept. of
                                                             Chemistry and Geology; National
                                                             Risk Management Research Lab,
                                                             Cincinnati, OH
                                                 Date:        July 1995
                                                 Pages:      156
                                                 NTIS No.:    PB95-260220
                                                 Report No.:  EPA-R-815134; EPA/600/R-95/113
                                                 Abstract:    The report gives results of an
                                                 investigation of fluorinated derivatives of propane
                                                 and butane to determine if synthesis routes of such
                                                 compounds were feasible and economical and to
                                                 measure the physical properties needed to evaluate
                                                 the compounds as alternatives to stratospheric
                                                 ozone depleters that are to be phased out of
                                                 production by developed countries in a step-wise
                                                 progression over the period 1996 to 2030. This
                                                 work resulted in the investigation of 25 compounds
                                                 including 15  hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), 9
                                                 hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and 1
                                                 hydrofluoroether (HFE). Several of the compounds
                                                 studied had not been previously synthesized, and
                                                 this study resulted in improved synthesis methods
                                                 and a sizeable body of thermophysical property
                                                 data for each chemical.
                                                 Source:      NTIS
 CAA
  Global
Warming/
  Ozone
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                                                      C'   -1
                                                              Videos
CAA
Global
Responsible Practices: Servicing and Disposing of Refrigeration Equipment.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Compliance; U.S. EPA, Office of Air and Radiation
Date;        1997
Report No.:   EPA/3 05/V-97/001
Abstract:     The video provides an overview of the regulations for the maintenance, service, repair and
disposal of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, found in CAA Section 608. The video is targeted at
the comfort-cooling and safe disposal sectors. The compliance assistance videotape is a starting point to
familiarize industry with the Section 608 regulatory requirements and is not intended to be the sole source for
ensuring compliance with these regulations. A brochure on the video can also be ordered (EPA/305/V-97/007).
Source:      Stratospheric Ozone Hotline [(800) 296-1996]
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                         INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE
                                              Documents
Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act
(AHERA) Inspection Guidance Manual.
Publisher:   U.S. EPA, Office of Compliance
            Monitoring, Washington, DC
Date:       1992
OCLCNo.:   28915701
Report No.:  EPA/722/B-92/002
Source:      OCLC
Benzene Equipment Leak Inspection Manual.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
            NC, Office of Air Quality Planning
            and Standards
Date:       July 1990
Pages:      117
NTISNo.:    PB93-199123
Report No.:  EPA/340/1-90/001
Abstract:    The national emission standard for
fugitive benzene emissions requires a combination
of monthly monitoring and the installation of
specific control equipment to provide the greatest
level of control for fugitive benzene emissions.
This document provides guidance on inspecting for
benzene leaks.
Source:     NCEPI, NTIS
CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws
Manual: Summary and Part 2. CAA, TSCA,
and Other Statutes.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Emergency and Remedial
             Response
Date:        April 90
Pages:       11
NTISNo.:    PB90-272550
Control No.:  032026995
Report No.: •  EPA/9234.2-07/FS
Notes:       See also PB90-272543.
Abstract:     The fact sheet provides a guide to
Chapters 2 and 3  of Part II of the 'CERCLA
Compliance With Other Laws Manual.' The sixth
in a series, this fact sheet focuses on CERCLA
compliance with CAA, TSCA, and FIFRA. In
addition, it discusses other statutes that set
standards for radioactive wastes, mining wastes,
and other resource protection statutes that are
potential Applicable or Relevant and Appropriate
Requirements (ARARs) for CERCLA actions.
Source:      NTIS
Enabling Document for New Source
Performance Standards for Air Oxidation
Processes and Distillation Operations in the
Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing
Industry.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
            NC, Office of Air Quality, Planning
            and Standards
Date:       1990
Pages:      69
NTISNo.:   PB92-161967
ReportNo.:  EPA/450/3-90/018
Notes:      See also PB90-247487.
Abstract:    The document provides specified
guidelines for implementation of the New Source
Performance Standards for Air Oxidation
Processes and Distillation Operations.
Source:      NTIS
Enabling Document for Regulations Governing
Compliance Extensions for Early Reductions of
Hazardous Air Pollutants.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
            NC, Office of Quality Planning and
            Standards
Date:       July 1991
Pages:      150
NTISNo.:   PB92-180132
Report No.:  EPA/450/3-91/013
Abstract:    Regulations have been proposed
governing compliance extensions for early
reductions of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). The
regulations allow a six year MACT standard
compliance extension for sources that achieve HAP
reductions of 90% (95% for particulates) from a
base year of 1987 (or more recent base year). The
document provides practical information on
implementation of the Early Reductions Program,
including explanations of the requirements and
procedures for  early reduction demonstration
submittals and  review of the submittals.
Source:     NTIS
  CAA
Inspection/
Compliance
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              Environmental Compliance Branch, Standard
              Operating Procedures and Quality Assurance
              Manual, Revision 1.
              Author:     U.S. EPA, Athens, GA,
                          Environmental Services Division
              Date:       1991
              Pages:      449
  (PA A    NT/SN°-:    PB91-233650
  V^jfVrTL   Abstract:    The document contains the field
Inspection/  Procedures developed by U.S. EPA, Region IV,
f,    ,.      BSD for investigating hazardous waste sites for the
Compliance  n/inxjorj            ^       •  c
     r        RCRA and Superfund programs, performance of
              NPDES inspection and air monitoring. In
              particular, sampling of environmental media and
              waste, sample handling and preservation,
              decontamination of field equipment, installation of
              monitoring wells, and field quality assurance
              procedures are described. Sampling equipment is
              discussed and described. Surveying requirements
              for site characterization are given.
              Source:     NTIS
              HON Inspection Tool.
              Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement
                          and Compliance Assurance (OECA),
                          Office of Compliance
              Data:       September 1997
              Pages:      262, two volumes
              Report No.:  EPA/305/B-97/006
              Abstract:    The document is designed to assist
              Federal, state, and local regulatory personnel with
              enforcement of the process vent, transfer operation,
              storage vessel and wastewater provisions of the
              HON. Volume I contains descriptions of the
              background information on emission points and
              control technologies. These descriptions cover
              process vents, transfer operations, storage vessels,
              and wastewater provisions. Volume II contains
              checklists to assist the inspector during actual
              inspections.
              Source:     NCEPI
Inspection Manual: Equipment Leak
Regulations for the Chemical Manufacturing
Industry.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement
            and Compliance Assurance (OECA),
            Office of Compliance
Date:       February 1998
Pages:      300, three volumes
Report No.:  EPA/3 05/B-96/005
Abstract:    Volume I provides inspection
procedures for determining compliance for
equipment leak regulations promulgated under
Parts 60, 61, and 63 of CAA and Parts 264 and 265
of RCRA,  including sections on determining
applicability, determining compliance through
reports, recordkeeping and on-site inspections, as
well as providing recommended inspection
techniques and procedures. Volume II provides a
side by side summary of equipment leak
provisions, a summary of differences, a summary
by component, a discussion of regulated
equipment, and supporting test methods. Volume
III provides the same information for regulations
promulgated under Parts 60 and 63 for the
petroleum industry.
Source:     NCEPI
Multi-Media Compliance Inspection Manual for
Enforcement Programs in Air, Water, RCRA,
CERCLA, TSCA & FIFRA. Fourth edition.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Enforcement and Compliance
            Monitoring
Date:       1989
Call No.:    KF3775.M8 1989
OCLCNo.:   20533402
Source:     OCLC
              Implementation Strategy for the Clean Air Act
              Amendments of 1990 Update, November 1995.
              Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Air and
                          Radiation
              Date:       1995
              Pages:      23
              OCLCNo.:   35047263
              Report No.:   EPA/410/K-95/001
              Source:      OCLC
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                                              Checklists
Self-Audit Checklist for Industrial Process Refrigeration Leak Repair Regulations under Section 608 of
the Clean Air Act.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Chemical Manufacturers Association
Date:        1996
Report No.:   EPA/3OO/B-96/002
Abstract:     This self-audit checklist helps members of the regulated community determine their compliance
status with portions of the August 5, 1995, amendments to the leak repair provisions of the refrigerant recycling
regulations. It was developed for use in conjunction with the Compliance Guidance for Industrial Process
Refrigeration Leak Repair Regulations under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act (EPA/300/B-95/010). The self-
audit checklist is available on disk from CMA.
Source:      Stratospheric Ozone Information Hotline [(800) 296-1996] or CMA [(301) 617-7824]
          CAA
        Inspection/
        Compliance
                                               Training

Guide to Effective Inspection Reports for Air Pollution Violations. Stationary Source Compliance
Training Series.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Research Triangle Park, NC
Date:        1985
Pages:       57
NTISNo.:    PB93-199107
Report No.:   EPA/340/1-85/019
Abstract:     The guide was prepared primarily to assist State and local air pollution control agency inspectors.
It is not intended to be a general guide to writing inspection reports, but rather focuses specifically on
documenting violations found during inspections. Some agencies may limit the role of the inspector in the
enforcement process to on-site fact gatherers. The guide is aimed at the more common agency policy of giving
the inspector a major role in determining whether or not a violation occurred, and for making recommendations
as to follow-up actions.
Source:      NTIS
Training Module for Industrial Process Refrigeration Leak Repair Regulations under Section 608 of the
Clean Air Act.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Chemical Manufacturers Association
Pages:       40
Report No.:   EPA/30/B-96/001
Abstract:     The training module, comprised of PowerPoint slides, helps members of the regulated
community explain portions of the August 5, 1995, amendments to the leak repair provisions of the refrigerant
recycling regulations to their employees. It was developed for use in conjunction with the Compliance
Guidance for Industrial Process Refrigeration Leak Repair Regulations under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act
(EPA/300-B-95/010). CMA sells a version with disks so the user may tailor the presentation to the company's
or facility's needs.
Source:      Stratospheric Ozone Information Hotline [(800) 296-1996] or CMA [(301)617-7824]
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                                                   PERMITTING
                                                            Documents
  CAA
Permitting Author:
Federal Operating Permits Program under Title
V of the Clean Air Act: Final Report.
            U.S. EPA, Region II; Information
            Transfer and Program Division; U.S.
            EPA, Office of Air Quality Planning
            and Standards; Midwest Research
            Institute (Kansas City, Mo.)
Date:        1996
OCLCNo.:   35793696
Report No.:   EPA/456/R-96/004
Source:      OCLC
Permitting For Clean Air, A Guide to
Permitting under Title V of the Clean Air Act
Amendments of 1990.
Author:      Burke, Robert L.
Publisher:   Air & Waste Management
            Association, Pittsburgh, PA
Date:       1992
Pages:      73
OCLCNo.:  27230118
Source:      OCLC
                                                         I Software

               Hazardous Air Pollutant Program (HAP-PRO) Model (Version 2.0) (on diskette).
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards
               Date:        December 1994
               NTISNo.:    PB95-503181INC
               Abstract:     HAP-PRO is designed to assist permit engineers in reviewing applications for control of air
               toxics. HAP-PRO calculates the capital and annual costs for up to six different VOCs and three particulate
               matter control devices. Calculations mirror those presented in the U.S. EPA handbook, 'Control Technologies
               for Hazardous Air Toxics' (June 1991, EPA- 625/6-91-014) and the U.S. EPA 'Control Cost Manual' (March
               1990)(EPA-45-/3-90/006).
               Source:      NTIS
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                       SAMPLING AND MONITORING
                                               Documents
Applicability of Canister Sampling for
Hazardous Air Pollutants.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
            NC, Atmospheric Research and
            Exposure Assessment Lab
Date:       March 1994
Pages:      31
Notes:      See also PB85-191112.
NTISNo.:   PB95-155404
Report No.:  EPA/600/A-94/239
Abstract:    The report evaluates the applicability
of sampling with evacuated canisters for volatile
organic compounds listed among the 189
Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) in the 1990 US
Clean Air Act Amendments. Nearly 100 HAPs
have sufficient vapor pressure to be considered
volatile compounds. Of those volatile organic
HAPs, 52 have been tested previously for stability
during storage in canisters. The published HAP
stability studies are reviewed, illustrating that for
nearly all of the 52 HAPs tested, canisters are an
effective air sampling approach. A comparison of
chemical and physical properties of the HAPs has
been conducted, to evaluate the applicability of
canister sampling for other HAPs, for which
canister stability testing has never been conducted.
Source:     NTIS
Sampling for Organic Chemicals in Air.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
             NC, Atmospheric Research and
             Exposure Assessment Lab
Date:        1994
Pages:       130
NTISNo.:    PB95-128112
Report No.:   EPA/600/A-94/183
Abstract:     More than 90% of the 75,000
chemicals listed in U.S. EPA's Toxic Substances
Control Act Chemical Substance Inventory and
88% of the 189 Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs)
named in the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990
are organic. The various methods of sampling
airborne organics are reviewed and discussed here
and 275 literature citations are given. Special
sampling difficulties associated with chemical
behavior in the atmosphere, such as reactivity and
phase distribution, are discussed. The pros and
cons of sampling  devices, sorbents, and other
sampling parameters are presented in the context of
chemical type, with special application to the Clean
Air Act HAPs. The elements  of good quality
assurance practice in organic  chemical air sampling
are also discussed.
Source:      NTIS
   CAA
 Sampling/
Monitoring
Guidance for Estimating Ambient Air
Monitoring Costs for Criteria Pollutants and
Selected Air Toxic Pollutants.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park,
            NC, Technical Support Division
Date:       October 1993
Pages:       180
Report No.:  EPA/454/R-93/042
NTISNo.:   PB94-128535INZ
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                                                       H.V,
  CAA
Sampling/
Monitoring
                                              'oftware

Environmental Monitoring Methods Index (EMMI), Version 2.0 (Single User) (for Microcomputers).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Science and Technology
Date:       July 1995
Format:     4 diskettes
NTISNo.:   PB95-501748
Order No.:   PB95-502407
Abstract:    The U.S. EPA's EMMI software assists users in comparing and evaluating analytical methods
applicable to environmental pollutants of interest. EMMI combines rapid search capabilities with a user-
friendly interface. It provides CAS numbers, regulatory lists, regulatory limits, and method abstracts. EMMI
also contains information on contact points within offices and organizations responsible for publishing the
analytical methods or regulatory information contained in EMMI. The database contains more than 4,000
substances from 47 regulatory and non-regulatory lists, including substances from SARA, CERCLA, SDWA,
CAA, CWA, and other agency lists. Comprehensive cross-reference databases are provided for more than
18,500 substances. One new feature provides method-matrix grouping to enable users to quickly find methods
according to type  of matrix, e.g. air, water, etc. Users can search for information in any one of the following
categories: chemical names, trade  names, or synonyms; CAS registry number; apparatus; analytical method
number; regulatory origin; custodial  organization; short or full title of the method; and matrix.
Source:     NTIS
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                             Brief History of the Clean Water Act (CWA)

  1972 - Congress passed the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972 to "restore and
  maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the nation's waters."
  •    Created the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program, making it
      illegal to discharge pollution from point sources without a permit.
  •    Required states to establish total maximum daily loads for pollutants in their waters and best available
      technology standards for industry.
  •    Required an upgrade  of municipal wastewater facilities from primary to secondary treatment.
  •    Created a national pretreatment program.

  1977 - Clean Water Act of 1977 (formerly known as the Federal Water Pollution Control Act)
  •    Expanded U.S. EPA's ability to control the release of toxic pollutants into collection systems and
      surface waters by setting national pretreatment standards.
  •    Allowed states to assume responsibility for Federal programs like the Construction Grants Program.

  1987 - Water Quality Act of 1987
  •    Established national program to control nonpoint sources of water pollution by establishing state
      nonpoint source assessments and management programs and developing NPDES permit applications
      for Phase I storm water discharges.
  •    Created the National Estuary Program.
  •    Created revolving loan funds to provide ongoing support for the construction of treatment plants.

  Regulations pertaining to water programs can be found in 40 CFR Chapter I Subchapter D, available on-line
  at http://www.epa.gov/docs/epacfr40/chapt-I.info/subch-D/. Check the Federal Register for new rules,
  proposed rules and notices at http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/aces/acesl40.html	
                                                CWA
                                                General
                                         GENERAL
                                                Hotlines
Office of Water Resource Center
Tel:          (202) 260-7786
Fax:         (202) 260-0386
Hours:       8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (EST) M-F
Abstract:     U.S. EPA's Water Resource Center
(WRC) distributes documents and other materials
produced by the Office of Ground Water and
Drinking Water, the Office of Science and
Technology, and the Office of Wastewater
Management, and provides limited research
assistance to locate materials from these offices.
The WRC facilitates access to materials produced
by the sponsoring offices for U.S. EPA, businesses,
the regulated community, and the general public.
                  Common .Sense Solurioiis ro Knvironmcnm! Problems
Wetlands Information Hotline
Tel:          (800) 832-7828 [U.S.]
Tel:          (703) 525-0985 [International]
E-mail:      wetlands-hotline@epamail.epa.gov
Hours:       9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (EST)
Abstract:     The hotline responds to requests
about the values and function of wetlands and
options for their protection. Callers are directed to
appropriate regulatory agencies or additional
sources of information when necessary. The
hotline provides information on the availability of
wetlands-related documents, and accepts requests
for certain wetlands publications.
 ** Reminder ** - For the most up-to-date  information, check U.S.
 EPA's Enviro$en$e web site, http://es.epa.gov, or check with a local
 technical assistance provider (see Appendix B).

 To obtain the materials listed, see page 2.	
                        CWA TOC
              General	31
              Inspection/Compliance	35
              Permitting	38
              Sludge	40
              Storm Water	41
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                                                          On-line Access
CWA
General
              EPA's Office of Water
              URL:        http://www.epa.gov/ow
              Abstract:     This site is the home page for U.S.
              EPA's Office of Water. The site contains up-to-
              date calendar current events, press releases and
              announcements. It links to programs of interest,
              publications, legislation, databases, and other
              topics.
Office of Water Resource Center
URL:       http://www.epa.gov/OST/rescnter.
            html
E-mail:      waterpubs@epamail.epa.gov
Abstract:    See Hotlines section in this chapter.
             Surf Your Watershed
             URL:        http://www.epa.gov/surf
             Abstract:     This site allows viewers to search
             state water assessment data, view ongoing river
             and wetland restoration projects, join discussions,
             search for services to help their communities
             revitalize their rivers, and look through the Index
             of Watershed Indicators, a compilation of
                                                    information on the health of aquatic resources in
                                                    the United States.  It also allows the user to add
                                                    information to the databases.
Wastewater Treatment Information Exchange
Bulletin Board System (WTIE-BBS)
Modem:      (800)544-1936
Telnet:       fedworld.gov and select #37 WTIE-
             BBS from the Energy and
             Environment Gateway
Tel:          (800)624-8301
Fax:         (304)293-3161
Hours:       8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST) M-F
             (voice)
Abstract:     This computer bulletin board,
maintained at the National Small Flows
Clearinghouse, provides a direct forum for
discussion of ideas and exchange of information
about small community and on-site wastewater
systems. WTIE-BBS is a free service, accessible
anywhere in the United States on a 24-hour basis.
It allows users to post questions and notices,
review information files, search a bibliographic
database and download information.
                                                           Documents
             Clean Water Act (excluding Section 404).
             Environmental Guidance Program Reference
             Book - Revision 6.
             Author:     Oak Ridge National Lab., TN;
                         Department of Energy,
                         Washington, DC
             Date:       January 1993
             Pages:      578
             Report No.:  ORNL/M-2263
             NTISNo.:   DE93013751INZ
             Source:     NTIS
             Clean Water Act - A Primer.
             Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                         of Water
             Date:       April 1992
             Pages:      21
             NTIS No.:    PB94-102084INZ
             Abstract:    The primer is based on documents
             prepared by the U.S. EPA and the Bureau of
                                                    National Affairs, and covers a number of the
                                                    significant provisions of the Clean Water Act as
                                                    amended by the Water Quality Act of 1987.
                                                    Source:      NTIS
                                                    Clean Water Act (Section 404) and Rivers and
                                                    Harbors Act (Sections 9 and 10). Environmental
                                                    Guidance Program Reference Book, Revision 4.
                                                    Author:      Oak Ridge National Lab., TN;
                                                                Department of Energy,
                                                                Washington, DC
                                                    Date:        March 1992
                                                    Pages:       196
                                                    Report No.:   ORNL/M-1573
                                                    NTISNo.:    DE92016882INZ
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Clean Water Act Section 403 - Compendium.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Wetlands, Oceans and
             Watersheds
Date:        May 1994
Pages:       47
Report No.:   EPA/842/B-94/002
NTISNo.:    PB94-187358INZ
Abstract:     U.S. EPA's regulatory program
under section 403 of the Clean Water Act (CWA)
is an integral part of the National Pollutant
Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit
program for ocean discharges. Section 403 requires
that discharges to the territorial seas, contiguous
zones, and oceans comply with regulatory
requirements above and beyond those specifically
required of a typical NPDES permit. This
collection is organized according to the following
categories: Guidance; Regulations/Policy Memos;
Reports to Congress; Regional Documentation;
Permit-Related Information; and Scientific
Products and Models.  Within these categories,
document citations, sorted alphabetically, include
the following attributes: Abstract;  U.S. EPA
Document Number; Date of Publication; and
Publication Contact. The following three
appendices are also included: Legal Cases;
Bulletins and Fact Sheets; and Courses,
Conferences, and Workshops.
Source:      NCEPI, NTIS
 Final Guidance for Implementation of
 Requirements under Section 304(1) of the Clean
 Water Act as Amended.
 Author:       U.S, EPA, Office of Water
              Enforcement and Permits; U.S.
              EPA, Office of Water Regulations
              and Standards
 Date:         March 1988
 Pages:       74
 OCLCNo.:    17981713
 NTISNo.:     PB95-156824INZ
 Abstract:     This guide provides specific
 information for States and Regions on
 interpretation of the statutory requirements of
 Section 304(1), as amended, and places the new
 requirements in the context of the ongoing
 nationwide programs for controlling toxic
 pollutants and toxicity. Section 304(1) requires
 States to develop lists of impaired waters, identify
 point sources and amounts of pollutants they
 discharge that cause toxic impacts, and individual
 control strategies for each such point source. These
 individual control strategies are designed to ensure
 that applicable water quality standards are achieved
 by no later than June 1992. Controls for these
pollutants must be established as soon as possible
but no later than the statutory time frames set forth
in Section 304(1).
Source:      OCLC
Guidance Manual for Developing Best
Management Practices (BMP).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Water
Date:        1993
Pages:       202
NTISNo.:    PB94-178324                ?
Report No.:   EPA/833/B-93/004
Notes:       See also PB90-256611.
Abstract:     Table of Contents: Introduction to
Best Management Practices (BMP);  BMP Plan
Development; Industry-Specific BMP (Metal
Finishing; Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and
Synthetic Fibers Manufacturing; Textiles
Manufacturing; Pulp and Paper Manufacturing;
Pesticides Formulation; Pharmaceuticals      .:.
Manufacturing; Primary Metals Manufacturing^*
Petroleum Refining; and Inorganic Chemicals
Manufacturing); Resources Available for
Determining BMP; BMP Plan Development
Checklists; and Theoretical Decision-Making
Process for BMP Plan Development.
Source:   -.  .; NTIS
 Introduction to Water Quality-Based Toxics
 Control for the NPDES Program.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of the Assistant Administrator for
             Water
 Date:        1992
 Pages:       47
 Notes:       See also PB91-127415.
 NTIS No.:    PB93-207967
 Report No.:  EPA/831 /S-92/002
 Contents:    The Scientific Necessity to Protect
 Water Quality; The Legal Authority to Protect
 Water Quality; (National Pollutant Discharge
 Elimination System (NPDES) Permit Program, The
 Integrated Approach to Water Quality-Based
 Toxics Control); Capabilities and Limitations of
 Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing; Scientific
 Concepts in Toxicity Testing; Practical Aspects of
 Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing; Compliance with
 Whole Effluent Toxicity Limits; Violations of
 Permits Having Whole Effluent Toxicity Limits;
 Appendix A: U.S. EPA's Authority to Regulate
 Toxicity; Appendix B: Excerpts Taken From
 Sample NPDES Permits and Relevant to Whole
 Effluent Toxicity Testing; Appendix C: Documents
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General
            Relevant to Toxicity Testing; Appendix D:
            Glossary.
            Source:      NTIS
            Overview of the U.S. Effluent Guidelines
            Program.
            Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                         of Water
            Date:        June 1991
            Pages:       22
            NTIS No.:    PB95-207577INZ
            Source:      NTIS
Process-Based Self-Assessment Tool for the
Organic Chemical Industry.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Enforcement and Compliance
             Assurance
Date:        December 1997
Pages:       400
Report No.:   EPA/305/B-97/002
Abstract:     This guide is a resource on Federal
environmental regulations for small-to-medium-
sized organic chemical manufacturing facilities.
This manual 1) provides a general approach for
performing a multimedia self-assessment to
evaluate compliance with environmental
regulations, and 2) provides industry-specific
process and regulatory information necessary for
conducting an assessment at an organic chemical
manufacturing facility. The general approach
section describes the steps for planning,
conducting, and following up a multimedia self-
assessment. Industry-specific information is given
to supplement the generic self-assessment
approach. This document describes processes
found throughout the chemical manufacturing
industry and identifies potential releases from each
process and associated environmental legislation.
Additional regulatory requirements (such as
applicability, exemptions, monitoring, record
keeping, and reporting) potentially affecting
organic chemical manufacturers are summarized
by statute in the appendices.
Source:  NCEPI, U.S.  EPA web site
(http://www.epa.gov)
                                                                 Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Program:
                                                                 Policy and Guidance. Volume 1.
                                                                 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                                                                             of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds
                                                                 Date:       February 1997
                                                                 NTIS No.:    PB97-142749
                                                                 Abstract:    Statute; Regulations; Programmatic
                                                                 Guidance; Technical Guidance and Other
                                                                 Supplemental Information; Case Studies;
                                                                 Miscellaneous.
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                         INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE
                                              Documents
Compliance Evaluation Inspection Reports.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Denver, CO, Water
            Management Division; U.S. EPA,
            Washington, DC
Date:       1990-1993
Report No.:  Contact NTIS
Abstract:    This series of approximately 40
reports presents the findings of compliance
evaluation inspections of industrial dischargers.
Source:      NTIS
Enforcement Management System: National
Pollutant Discharge Elimination System. (Clean
Water Act).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Water
Date:        1989
Pages:       360
NTIS No.:    PB95-156527INZ
Abstract:     This document describes the
Enforcement Management System (EMS) for the
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
(NPDES) Program. The Enforcement Management
System is a process to collect, evaluate, and
translate compliance information into timely and
appropriate enforcement actions. The process is
supplemented by chapters on various procedures,
policies and regulations.
Source:      NTIS
 Environmental Compliance Branch, Standard
 Operating Procedures and Quality Assurance
 Manual, Revision 1.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Athens, GA,
             Environmental Services Division
 Date:       1991
 Pages:      449
 NTISNo.:    PB91-233650
 Abstract:    The document contains the field
 procedures developed by U.S. EPA, Region IV,
 ESD for investigating hazardous waste sites for the
 RCRA and Superfund programs, performance of
 NPDES inspection and air monitoring. In
 particular, sampling of environmental media and
 waste, sample handling and preservation,
 decontamination of field equipment, installation of
 monitoring wells, and field quality assurance
 procedures are described. Sampling equipment is
discussed and described. Surveying requirements
for site characterization are given.
Source:     NTIS
Guidance for Conducting a Pretreatment
Compliance Inspection.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Water
Date:       September 1991
Pages:       148
NTISNo.:   PB94-120631
Report No.:  EPA/3OO/R-92/009
NEISNo.:    1681
Abstract:    The  document provides guidance to
the inspector on each step of conducting a PCI
inspection, including preparation for the
inspection, review  of Industrial User (IU) files,
visits to lUs, interview and closing conference with
the CA, and follow-up reporting. In addition, the
guidance provides  instructions for using the POTW
PCI Checklist, which was designed to facilitate the
collection of data and ensure that all necessary
information is reviewed and documented. The
Checklist is intended to be used as a framework for
organizing information that is reviewed or received
during a PCI and serves as a reminder to assess the
compliance status  of the CA's pretreatment
program implementation as required through its
NPDES permit. The manual also includes
reference materials: an in-depth explanation of all
Checklist questions; a bibliography of materials
applicable to development, implementation and
oversight of POTW pretreatment programs; and, a
list of development documents for categorical
industries.
Source:      NTIS, NEIS
 Guidance for NPDES Compliance Inspectors:
 Inspection of Sludge.
 Date:       1995
 NTISNo.:    PB95-157780
 NEISNo.:    1744
 Source:      NEIS
 CWA
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Inspection/
Compliance
Guidance on the Documentation and Evaluation
of Trace Metals Data Collected for Clean Water
Act Compliance Monitoring.
Date:       1996
Report No.:  EPA/82l/B-96/002
Abstract:    The document contains guidance
that is intended to aid in the review of trace metals
data submitted for compliance monitoring purposes
under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System (NPDES) when these data are collected in
accordance with Method 1669 and analyzed by the
1600 Series Analysis Methods. Chapter 2 of the
document outlines the data elements that must be
reported by laboratories and permittees so that U.S.
EPA reviewers can validate the data. Chapter 3
provides guidance concerning the review of data
collected and reported in accordance with Chapter
2. Chapter 4 provides a Data Inspection Checklist
that can be used to standardize procedures for
documenting the findings of each data inspection.
Source:     NCEPI
               Multi-Media Compliance Inspection Manual for
               Enforcement Programs in Air, Water, RCRA,
               CERCLA, TSCA & FIFRA. Fourth edition.
               Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                          of Enforcement and Compliance
                          Monitoring
               Date:        1989
               OCLCNo.:  20533402
               Call No,:    KF3775.M8 1989
               Source:     OCLC
NPDES Compliance Inspection Manual.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement
            and Compliance Assurance,
            Washington, DC
Date:       September 1994
Pages:      600
OCLCNo.:  32527323
Report No.:  EPA/300/B-94/014
NTISNo.:    PB95-200606
NEISNo.:    1285
Abstract:     This manual is an update of the 1988
NPDES Compliance Inspection Manual. The
information presented in this manual will guide a
qualified inspector in conducting an adequate
inspection. It presents standard procedures for
inspection; it is assumed that the inspector has a
working knowledge of wastewater and related
problems, regulations and control technologies.
Source:     OCLC, NEIS
                                                   Verifying Compliance with Sludge
                                                   Requirements. Guidance for NPDES
                                                   Compliance Inspectors.
                                                   Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                                                               of Water Enforcement and Permits
                                                   Date:       November 1991
                                                   Pages:      41
                                                   Notes:      See also PB88-186101 and PB88-
                                                               186119.
                                                   Report No.:  EPA-68-C8-0066
                                                   NTISNo.:   PB94-125739INZ
                                                   Abstract:    The document provides guidance to
                                                   NPDES inspectors for conducting inspections of
                                                   facilities which have sludge conditions established
                                                   in their NPDES permit.
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NPDES Compliance Monitoring Inspector
Training Module: Biomonitoring.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Water Enforcement and Permits
Date:       August 1990
Pages:      86
Notes:      See also PB82-136367.
NTISNo.:   PB91-145854
Abstract:    The document is one of five training
modules developed by the Office of Water
Enforcement and Permits, U.S. EPA, to introduce
the NPDES program to new inspectors. This
module outlines the principles of biomonitoring
and the role of biological testing in the inspection
program.
Source:     NTIS, NEIS, GPO
                                              Training
NPDES Compliance Monitoring Inspector
Training Module: Legal Issues.
Author:.     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Water Enforcement and Permits
Date:       August 1990
Pages:      123
NTISNo.:   PB91-145680
Abstract:    The document is one of five training
modules developed by the U.S. EPA's Office of
Water Enforcement and Permits to introduce the
NPDES program to new inspectors. This module   Inspection/
discusses the legal  issues which must be addressed  Compliance
during an inspection and provides legal
information to assist inspectors in performing their
duties.
Source:     NTIS, NEIS
NPDES Compliance Monitoring Inspector
Training Module: Laboratory Analysis.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Water Enforcement and Permits
Date:        August 1990
Pages:       139
Notes:       See also PB82-136383.
NTISNo.:    PB91-145870
Abstract:     The document is one of five training
modules developed by the U.S. EPA's Office of
Water Enforcement and Permits to introduce the
NPDES program to new inspectors.  This module
has been organized to highlight the major
components involved in a laboratory evaluation
conducted as part of a CEI (Compliance Evaluation
Inspection) and in a more comprehensive
laboratory evaluation conducted during a PAI
(Performance Audit Inspection). The module
provides the inspector with background
information necessary to  conduct an appropriate
evaluation of the permittee's laboratory procedures
for sample control, sample analysis, and quality
assurance, as well as to assess the adequacy of the
laboratory facilities and equipment. Additional
sources of information are provided in the
references identified throughout the text of the
module and summarized  in Appendix A. A
glossary of terms used in the module appears as
Appendix B.
Source:      NTIS, NEIS, GPO
NPDES Compliance Monitoring Inspector
Training Module: Overview.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Water Enforcement and Permits
Date:        August 1990
Pages:       114
NEIS No.:    1022
Abstract:     The document is one of five training
modules developed by the U.S. EPA's Office of
Water Enforcement and Permits to introduce the
NPDES program to new inspectors.  This module
presents an overview of the NPDES program and
briefly summarizes different types of inspections
conducted under the program.
Source:      NEIS
 NPDES Compliance Monitoring Inspector
 Training Module: Sampling Procedures.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Water Enforcement and Permits
 Date:        August 1990
 NEIS No.:    1023
 Abstract:    The document is one of five training
 modules developed by the U.S. EPA's Office of
 Water Enforcement and Permits to introduce the
 NPDES program to new inspectors. This module
 details procedures to be used when conducting
 sampling and flow monitoring.
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                                                    PERMITTING
                                                              Documents
               CVVA Section 403: Procedural and Monitoring
               Guidance.
               Author:
               Date:

  CWA   NTISNo.:
r»     -^-     Report No.
Permitting  Abstract:
             U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds
             March 1994
             343
             PB94-181591
             EPA/842/B-94/003
             The document provides Regions and
NPDES-authorized States with a framework for the
decision-making process to be followed in making
a section 403 determination and to provide them
with guidance for identifying the type and level of
monitoring that should be required as part of a
permit issued under the no irreparable harm
provisions of section 403. Chapter 2 explains the
overall process to be followed when issuing an
NPDES  permit in compliance with section 403.
Chapter 3 discusses options for monitoring under
the basis of no irreparable harm. Chapter 4 presents
a summary of monitoring methods with potential
applications to 403 discharges.
Source:      NCEPI, OLS
               Guidance Manual for the Preparation of
               NPDES Permit Applications for Storm Water
               Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity.
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                           of the Assistant Administrator for
                           Water
               Date:        April 1991
               Pages:      213
               Report No.:  EPA/505/8-91 /002
               NT/S No.:    PB92-114578INZ
               NEISNo.:    236
               Abstract:     The purpose of this manual is to
               assist operators of facilities which discharge storm
               water associated with  industrial activity in
               complying with the requirements for applying for
               an NPDES permit.  This manual provides operators
               with an overview of the permitting process and
               information regarding the permit application
               requirements including: which forms are to be
               completed; where these are to be submitted; and
               when permit applications are due. In addition, this
               manual provides technical information on sample
               collection procedures.
               Source:      NCEPI, NTIS
 Industrial User Permitting Guidance Manual.
 Publisher:   Government Institutes, Inc.,
             Rockville, MD
 Date:        1990
 OCLCNo.:   22167817
 ISBN:        086587204X
 Source:      OCLC
Interim Guidance for Performance-Based
Reduction of NPDES Permit Monitoring
Frequencies.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Water
Date:       April 1996
Pages:      25
NTISNo.:   PB96-188230
Report No.:  EPA/833/B-96/001
Abstract:    This document provides guidance to
U.S. EPA permit writers and States on how best to
implement U.S. EPA's National Pollutant
Elimination System (NPDES) regulations
regarding appropriate monitoring requirements in
permits. It also provides guidance to the public and
to the regulated community on how U.S. EPA
intends to exercise its discretion in implementing
its regulations. The guidance is designed to
implement national policy on these issues.
Pretreatment control authorities also may find it
helpful in setting monitoring frequency for
industrial users of POTWs.
Source:     NTIS
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NPDES Industrial Permit Abstracts 1993. 6th ed.
Publisher:   U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
Date:       October 1993
Pages:      488
OCLCNo.:  32174022
Report No.:  EPA/833/B-93/005
Abstract:    The updated permit abstracts version
reflects NPDES program progress and recent
policies and initiatives. These abstracts were
written based on voluntary submissions of NPDES
industrial wastewater permits from 37 states. The
permit abstracts are organized into five sections:
general information, permit summary information,
outfall information, special conditions information,
and dates. These abstracts are indexed by subjects
for quick searches. The remaining discussion is on
the contents of the five sections of the abstract.
Source:     OCLC
NPDES Permit Handbook. 2nd ed.
Author:      Miller, Leonard A.
Publisher:    Government Institutes, Rockville,
             MD
Date:        1992
Pages:       323
OCLCNo.:   26208108
LCCN:       92081921
ISBN:       0865873038
Source:      OCLC
Providing Waivers from NPDES Permit
Compliance Schedules for Industrial Pollution
Prevention Technology. The Industrial Pollution
Prevention Project (IPS) Analysis of Sections
301(k) and 307(e) of the Clean Water Act.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Water
Date:        May 1994
Pages:       60
Report No.:   EPA/820/R-94/003
NTISNo.:    PB94-219037INZ
Abstract:     The Office of Water has initiated an
Industrial Pollution Prevention Project (IP3) to
look at how best to promote multi-media pollution
prevention in its current and future regulatory
activities. One facet of the IP3 is to explore the
degree to which the Section 301(k) innovation
waiver provision under the CWA has been, or
could become, an effective vehicle for promoting
the development and implementation of innovative
pollution prevention technologies. While 301(k)
variance provision for direct dischargers expired in
March 1991, a parallel provision for indirect
dischargers, 307(e), is still in effect. Further, the
301(k) provision could be reactivated by Congress
during the current CWA reauthorization.
Source:      NCEPI, NTIS
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                                                      SLUDGE
                                                            Documents
CWA
 Sludge
Land Application of Sewage Sludge: A Guide
for; Land Appliers on the Requirements of the
Federal Standards for the Use or Disposal of
Sewage Sludge, 40 CFR Part 503.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Enforcement and Compliance
            Assurance
Date:       December 1994
Pages:      104
NTlSNo.:   PB95-191987
Report No.:  EPA/831/B-93/002B
Abstfact:    40 CFR Part 503 imposes
requirements for the land application, surface
disposal, and incineration  of sewage sludge. The
manual focuses on land application, providing
guidance to land appliers of sewage sludge. The
purpose of the document is to provide the land
applier with sufficient guidance to comply fully
with all applicable Part 503 requirements. The
guidance is structured to first provide a general
understanding of the Rule and its underlying
principles, including definitions of sewage sludge,
land application, and an explanation of who under
the Rule is considered a land applier.
Source:     NTIS
Surface Disposal of Sewage Sludge: A Guide for
Owners/Operators of Surface Disposal Facilities
on the Monitoring, Recordkeeping, and
Reporting Requirements of the Federal
Standards for the Use or Disposal of Sewage
Sludge, 40 CFR Part 503.
Author:       U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Water
Date:        May 1994
Pages:       52
NTIS No.:    PB94-217056
Report No.:   EPA/831/B-93/002C
Notes:       See also PB94-102415
Abstract:     The document was developed for
owners/operators of surface disposal sites. It
provides detailed guidance on the monitoring,
recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for
surface disposal. The document is intended to
assist owners/operators in complying with Part 503
by explaining requirements and providing
examples of appropriate information.
Source:       NTIS
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                                     STORM WATER
                                               Hotlines
 Stormwater Hotline
 Tel:         (703) 821-4823
 Abstract:    This U.S. EPA-sponsored, contractor-operated hotline is a source of additional information about
 the Section 402 stormwater program that requires permits for stormwater discharges.
 Guidance for the Preparation of Discharge
 Monitoring Reports: Facilities Required to
 Report Semi-Annual Results under NPDES
 Storm Water General Permits.
 Pages:       20
 Report No.:  EPA/83 3/B-93/002
 Abstract:     This document is intended to: clarify
 which industrial activities are required to report
 their storm water discharge monitoring results,
 identify parameters to be monitored, provide
 instructions on reporting results on a Discharge
 Monitoring Report (DMR), and list state-specific
 regulations.
 Source:      NCEPI
 Guidance Manual for the Preparation of
 NPDES Permit Applications for Storm Water
 Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of the Assistant Administrator for
             Water
 Date:        April 1991
 Pages:       213
 Report No.:   EPA/505/8-91/002
 NTISNo.:    PB92-114578INZ
 NEISNo.:    236
 Abstract:     The purpose of this manual is to
 assist operators of facilities which discharge storm
 water associated with industrial activity in
 complying with the requirements for applying for
 an NPDES permit. This manual provides operators
 with an overview of the permitting process and
 information regarding the permit application
 requirements including: which forms are to be
 completed; where these are to be submitted; and
 when permit applications are due. In addition, this
                                               Documents
 manual provides technical information on sample
 collection procedures.
 Source:      NCEPI, NTIS
NPDES Storm Water Sampling Guidance
Document.
Date:        July 1992
Pages:       120
Report No.:   EPA/833/B-92/001
NTISNo.:    PB92-227669
NEISNo.:    332
Source:      NCEPI, NEIS
NPDES Storm Water Question and Answer
Document. Volumes 1 and 2.
Date:        March 1992 (Vol. 1), July 1993
             (Vol. 2)
Report No.:   EPA/833/F-93/002 (Vol. 1),
             EPA/833/F-93/002B (Vol. 2)
NEIS No.:    1128 (Vol. 1), 1147 (Vol. 2)
Abstract:     Questions and answers about storm
water. Also includes a list of storm water contacts,
state NPDES program status, regulatory
definitions, and industrial classifications of
auxiliary status.
Overview of the Storm Water Program.
Date:       December 1991
Pages:      11
NEISNo.:   366
Abstract:    This report summarizes requirements
of the discharge of stormwater.
Source:     NEIS
                                              CWA
                                                Storm
                                                Water
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CWA
 Storm
  Water
Storm Water Management for Industrial
Activities: Developing Pollution Prevention
Plans and Best Management Practices.
Publisher:    U.S. EPA, Office of Water,
             Washington, DC
Date:        October 1992
Pages:       360
Report No.:   EPA/833/R-92/006
NTISNo.:    PB92-235969
NEISNo.:    415
Abstract:     This document provides technical
assistance and support to all facilities subject to
pollution prevention requirements established
under NPDES permits for storm water point source
discharges. Specifically, the manual provides
guidance on developing pollution prevention plans.
Source:      NEIS
Storm Water Management for Industrial
Activities: Developing Pollution Prevention
Plans and Best Management Practices:
Summary Guidance.
Publisher:    U.S. EPA, Office of Water,
             Washington, DC
Date:        October 1992
Pages:       53
Report No.:   EPA/833/R-92/002
OCLCNo.:   28005391
NEISNo.:    812
Abstract:     This booklet provides industrial
facilities with summary guidance on the
development of storm water pollution prevention
plans and identification of appropriate Best
Management Practices (BMPs).  It provides
technical assistance and support to all facilities
subject to pollution prevention requirements
established under NPDES permits for storm water
point source discharges.
Source:      OCLC, NEIS
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   EMERGENCY
  PLANNING AND
COMMUNITY RIGHT-
   TO-KNOW ACT
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             Brief History of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act

1986 - In response to the disaster in Bhophal, India, Congress passed the Emergency Planning and Community
Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) to help local communities protect public health, safety and the environment from
chemical hazards.  EPCRA has four main provisions that address planning for chemical emergencies;
emergency notification of chemical accidents and releases; reporting of hazardous chemical inventories; and
reporting toxic chemical releases.
•       Requires states, in cooperation with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA)
        and industries, to develop emergency plans and notification procedures for responding to releases of
        hazardous substances.
•       Requires industries to report on the presence and release of specified hazardous substances.
•       Requires industries to file a material safety data sheet (MSDS) on each hazardous chemical, and also
        an annual inventory of amounts of chemicals made, used and stored.
•       Manufacturers of extremely hazardous substances must report annually to U.S. EPA and state agencies
        any routine releases of these chemicals for inclusion on Form R— the Toxic Release Inventory.

Regulations pertaining to EPCRA can be found in 40 CFR Parts 300 - 372. [ Internet users: go to
http://www.epa.gov/docs/epacfr40/subch-J/ ] Check the Federal Register for new rules, proposed rules and
notices at http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/aces/aces 140.html
                                                                                                  EPCRA
                                                                                                     General
                                         GENERAL
RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
Tel:        (800) 424-9346
Tel:        (703) 412-9810 [DC area]
TDD:       (800) 553-7672
TDD:       (703) 412-3323 [DC area]
Hours:      9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (EST) M-F
Abstract:    This hotline provides information
about the regulations and programs implemented in
EPCRA: emergency planning; hazardous chemical
inventory reporting; public access to chemical
information; toxic chemical release reporting and
the Form R; the toxic release inventory (TRI)
database. This hotline also provides referrals for
documents related to these programs.
                                               Hotlines
TRI User Support Service
Tel:          (202)260-1531
E-mail:      tri.us@epamail.epa.gov
Hours:       8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., M-F
Abstract:     This hotline by U.S. EPA's Office of
Pollution Prevention & Toxics facilitates access to
TRI data. It provides access and user support to
U.S. EPA staff, other federal agencies, industry,
environmental and public interest groups, libraries,
the international community and citizens.
Customized online searches are performed on a
limited basis. Training and demonstrations of the
TRI online system and the CD-ROM are available.
General questions about TRI are answered and
referrals to appropriate TRI resource centers are
provided.
                 Common Sense Solutions ro Hnviwmmenral Problems
** Reminder ** - For the most up-to-date information, check U.S.
EPA's Enviro$en$e web site, http://es.epa.gov, or check with a local
technical assistance provider (see Appendix B).

To obtain the materials listed, see page 2.
                      EPCRA TOC
             General	43
             Emergency Planning/Notification	47
             Inspection/Compliance	48
             Release Reporting	49
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                                                          On-line Access
General
             Chemical Emergency Preparedness &
             Prevention Office (CEPPO)
             URL:        http://www.epa.gov/swercepp/
             Abstract:    This site is the home page for U.S.
             EPA's Chemical Emergency Preparedness and
             Prevention Office, which provides leadership,
             advocacy, and assistance to prevent and prepare for
             chemical emergencies; respond to environmental
             crises; and inform the public about chemical
             hazards in their community.
Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic
Substances (OPPTS)
URL:        http://www.epa.gov/opptintr/
Abstract:     This site is the home page for U.S.
EPA's Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics,
which strives to protect and improve human health
and the environment; achieve risk reduction,
sustainability, environmental justice; enhance the
quality of life; promote safer designs and wiser use
of materials, products, processes, practices,
technologies, and disposal methods, using
pollution prevention as the principle of first choice;
and provide information, education and technical
assistance to empower the public to make informed
decisions on the risks associated with toxic
substances.
             Right-to-Know Network
             URL:        http://www.rtk.net
             Telnet:       rtk.net
             Modem:      (202) 234-8570
             Operator:    (202) 234-8494
             Abstract:     RTK NET offers free access to TRI
             data, along with health facts for each TRI
             chemical, searchable through the World Wide
             Web, Telnet, and dialup. By putting TRI data
             together with  other related databases from several
             Federal agencies, RTK NET promotes pollution
                                                     prevention, data analyses, and communication
                                                     among individuals concerned about toxics use
                                                     reduction. RTK NET is operated jointly by two
                                                     nonprofit organizations, Unison Institute and OMB
                                                     Watch.
TOXNET (National Library of Medicine)
URL:        http://hlm.nih.gov
Telnet:       toxnet.nlm.nih.gov.23/
Modem:      (301)946-1184
Tel:          (301)496-6531
Abstract:     The database most commonly used
for retrieval of TRI information by the general
public is the TRI database, operated by the
National Library of Medicine (NLM) on the
TOXNET system. Once in the system, the user
may select to access the TRI database or one of
several other information units containing data on
the health and ecological effects of toxic
chemicals. Chemical safety and handling
descriptions are also available. To access the
TOXNET TRI database, individual users must set
up an account and will be charged a fee for the use
of its searching capabilities.
TRI Environmental Indicators
URL:   http://www.epa.gov/indicators/index.html
Abstract:     This homepage provides access at
one location to readily available environmental
data that may be useful as environmental indicators
(including TRI data) to report status and trends in
environmental conditions or to assess progress in
public and private environmental protection efforts
at various geographic scales. The principal point of
entry for obtaining data on-line within this
homepage provides U.S.  EPA data aggregated
nationally or by state. County-level and zip-code
aggregation queries can also be done.
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rn.erse.ncy Planning and Community Right-to-KnowAct Sources
                                        Electronic Mailing Lists

To subscribe to a U.S.' EPA electronic mailing list (listserver), send an e-mail to:
listserver@unixmail.rtpnc. epa.gov with SUBSCRIBE TO LISTSER VER in the subject line and SUBSCRIBE  .
   in the message part. (Example: SUBSCRIBE EPA-TRIJOHN DOE)
EPA-TRI
Abstract:
         Toxic Release Inventory Federal Registers
HOTLINE_OSWER                                 ,
Abstract:    RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Monthly Report Hotline Report and Updates

OPPT-NEWSBREAK
Abstract:    OPPT Library daily news services
Fact Sheet: SARA Title III: Emergency
Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act.
Author:  '   U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       January 1993
Pages:       12
Report No.:  EPA/550/F-93/002
Abstract:    This document explains the
requirements of EPCRA.
Source:     NCEPI
 Federal Chemical Regulation: TSCA, EPCRA
 and the Pollution Prevention Act.
 Author:      Lewis, Cynthia A.
 Publisher:    Bureau of National Affairs,
             Washington, DC
 Date:        1997
 Pages:       551
 LCCN:       97013480
 ISBN:        1570180423 (hardcover)
 Call No.:     KF3958.L49 1997
 Source:      OCJLG
                                           Documents

                                                Process-Based Self-Assessment Tool for the
                                                Organic Chemical Industry.
                                                Author:
                                                                                               EPCRA
                                                                                                 General
            U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Enforcement and Compliance
            Assurance
Date:       December 1997
Pages:      400
Report No.:  EPA/305/B-97/002
Abstract:    This guide is a resource on Federal
environmental regulations for small-to-medium-
sized organic chemical manufacturing facilities.
This manual 1) provides a general approach for
performing a multimedia self-assessment to
evaluate compliance with environmental
regulations, and 2) provides industry-specific
process and regulatory information necessary for
conducting an assessment at an organic chemical
manufacturing facility. The general approach
section describes the steps for planning,
conducting, and following up a multimedia self-
assessment. Industry-specific information is given
to supplement the generic self-assessment
approach. This document describes processes
found throughout the chemical manufacturing
industry and identifies potential releases from each
process and associated environmental legislation.
Additional regulatory requirements (such as
applicability, exemptions, monitoring, record
keeping, and reporting) potentially affecting
organic chemical manufacturers are summarized
by statute in the appendices.
Source:  NCEPI, U.S. EPA web site
(http://www.epa.gov)
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Section 313 Emergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Know Act - Guidance for
Chemical Distribution Facilities.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Pollution Prevention
Date:       July 1997
Pages:      60
NTISNo.:   PB97-205033INZ
Source:     NTIS
                                                                Section 313 Emergency Planning and
                                                                Community Right-to-Know Act - Guidance for
                                                                Solvent Recovery Facilities.
                                                                Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                                                                            of Pollution Prevention
                                                                Date:       July 1997
                                                                Pages:      70
                                                                NTISNo.:   PB97-205041INZ
                                                                Source:     NTIS
                                              Training
General
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to:
EPCRA/SARA Title HI (EPCRA Sections 301 -
330, 40 CFR Parts 350-372).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       June 1997
Pages:       13
Report No.:  EPA/550/B-97/001
Availability: Paper copy available as an ongoing
            subscription. Single copies also
            available in paper copy or
            microfiche.
Abstract:    This module provides a brief
introduction to the history and underlying concepts
of the SARA Title III program. This document
describes the Chemical Emergency Preparedness
Program before passage of SARA Title III and
explains the different aspects of emergency
planning, including prevention, preparedness and
response. How SARA Title III is different from
other environmental laws and regulations is also
explained.
Source:     NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Oil Pollution
Prevention Regulation and the Oil Pollution Act
of 1990.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Emergency and Remedial
            Response
Date:       June 1997
Pages:      26
NTISNo.:   PB97-963229
Report No.:  EPA/540/R-97/017;
            OSWER-9205.5-09
Availability:  Paper copy available as an ongoing
            subscription. Single copies also
            available in paper copy or
            microfiche.
Abstract:    The module explains the purpose,
scope, and reporting requirements under the Spill
Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC)
and related regulations and the Oil Pollution Act of
1990. The module: identifies the major objectives
of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990; identifies which
facilities must prepare SPCC plans and which must
prepare Facility Response Plans; explains what
facilities must do to comply with the notification
requirements for a discharge of a harmful quantity
of oil and explains what the Oil  Spill Liability
Trust Fund is and how it is  funded and used.
Source:     NTIS
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          EMERGENCY PLANNING AND NOTIFICA TION
                                           Documents
Emergency Response Division File Guidance Manual.
Publisher:   U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, Washington, DC
Date:       1993
Pages:      290
OCLCNo.:  31400581
Report No.:  9360.6-11
Source:     OCLC
                                          Training

RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline Training Module: Introduction to: Emergency Planning
Requirements, EPCRA Sections 301-303; 40 CFR Section 355.30).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
Date:      June 1997
Pages:     17
Report No.:  EPA/550/B-97/002
Abstract:    This module explains the purpose and scope of EPCRA's emergency planning requirements and
the basic elements 'of the program. Included in this document is an explanation of state commissions, planning
districts, and local committees; emergency planning notification requirements; and the development of
comprehensive emergency response plans. The document also identifies the extremely hazardous substances
and their threshold planning quantities.
Source:     NCEPI
      EPCRA
       Planning/
      Notification
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                                   INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE
                                                      Documents
             Analysis of Compliance with the Supplier
             Notification Requirements under Section 313 of
             the Emergency Planning and Community Right-
             to-Know Act (EPCRA) Final Report.
             Publisher:    U.S. EPA, Office of Toxic
                        Substances, Washington, DC
             Date:       February 1992
             Pages:      70
             OCLCNo.:   26611027
             Call No.:    RA1193.3.A62 1992
             Source:     OCLC
      Guidance Manual for EPA Chemical Safety
      Audit Team Members.
      Author:     Chemical Emergency Preparedness
                 Program (U.S.); U.S. EPA, Office of
                 Solid Waste and Emergency
                 Response
      Date:       1990
      OCLCNo.:   26205111
      Source:     OCLC
EPCRA
Inspection/
Compliance
Checklists
             EPCRA Section 313 Data Quality Inspection Manual.
             Publisher:   U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
             Date:       1992
             Report No.:  68-C8-0066; 68-DO-0020
             Call No.:    TD1050.R46E93 1992
             Source:      OCLC
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                            RELEASE REPORTING
Author:

Date:
Pages:
Notes:
NTISNo.:
Report No.:
Abstract:
Common Synonyms: For Chemicals Listed
under Section 313 of the Emergency Planning
and Community Right-to-Know Act, March
1995.
            U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics
            March 1995
            138
            See also PB92-232164.
            PB95-227872
            EPA/745/R-95/008
            This glossary contains chemical
names and synonyms for substances covered by the
reporting requirements of section 313 of EPCRA
(Title III of SARA, 40 CFR Part 372). Part I is a
listing in Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS)
registry number order. The CAS number is
followed by the name by which the chemical is
listed under section 313 and synonyms in
alphabetical order. Part II of the glossary is an
alphabetical list of chemical names and synonyms,
with CAS numbers. In this list, section 313 names
are followed by an asterisk and are footnoted as
listing names.
Source:      NTIS
 Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
 Know Section 313: List of Toxic Chemicals.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics
             May 1995
             45                   '
             SeealsoDE94018163.
             PB95-242129
             EPA/745/B-95/002
             This document provides a quick
 reference list of the chemicals for which reporting
 is required under Section 313 of EPCRA (also
 referred to as the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI)
 List).
 Source:     NTIS
 Date:
 Pages:
 Notes:
 NTISNo.:
 Report No.
 Abstract:
  Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
  Know Act - Section 313 Release Reporting
  Requirements (August 1991).
  Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
              of Pesticides and Toxic Substances
  Pages:       30
                                             Documents

                                                  Date:
                                                  NTISNo.:
                                                  Report No.:
                                                  Source:
            August 1991
            PB93-205847INZ
            EPA/560/4-92/002
            NTIS
EPCRA Section 313 Roadmaps Database.
User's Manual. (Version 2.2).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Pollution Prevention, and Toxics
Date:       September 1991  ,,
Pages:       89
NTISNo.:    PB92-169523
Report No.:  EPA/DF/DK-92/040A
Abstract:    U.S. EPA has developed a database
of EPCRA Section 313 Toxic Release Inventory
(TRI) data to assist users in performing
assessments of these chemicals. The Roadmaps
system displays and/or prints out information on
health and environmental effects, carcinogenicity
and other properties, federal regulations, and state
air and water regulations and monitoring data. It
also includes lists of state contacts. The document
describes the program's design and provides
instructions for using the system. NTIS number for
the software is PB92-501972INC.
Source:      NTIS
 Questions and Answers on Release Notification
 Requirements and Reportable Quantity
 Adjustments.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
 Pages:       28
 Date:        October 1989
 NTISNo.:    PB93-963411INZ
 Report No.:  EPA/540/F-93/032; OSWER-
             9360.7-11
 Source:      NTIS
                                                   Summary of Toxic Release Inventory (TRI)
                                                   Data for the Pesticide Manufacturing Industry.
                                                   Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington DC, Standards
                                                               and Applied Science Division
                                                   Pages:      35
                                                   Date:       March 1992
                                                   NTIS No.:   PB95-111191INZ
                                                   Source:      NTIS
                                                                                             EPCRA
                                                                                                Release
                                                                                              Reporting
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              JJmersencv Planning and Community Risht-to-Know Act Sources
               Supplier Notification Requirements under
               Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and
               Community Right-to-Know Act (1991).
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                           of Pesticides and Toxic Substances
               Date:        1991
               Pages:       30
               Notes:       See also PB89-192892.
               NTISNo.:    PB93-205854
               Report No.:   EPA/560/4-91/006
               Abstract:     Section 313 of EPCRA requires that
               certain manufacturers report annual releases to the
               environment of listed toxic chemicals and chemical
               categories. Because these manufacturers must
               know the toxic chemical composition of the
               products they use to be able to calculate releases
               accurately, U.S. EPA requires some suppliers of
               mixtures or trade name products containing one or
               more of the listed section 313 toxic chemicals to
               not'fy *e'r customers- The pamphlet explains
              which suppliers must notify their customers, who
              must be  notified, what form the  notice must take,
              and when it must be sent.
Reporting Source:      NTIS
 Title HI List of Lists: Consolidated List of
 Chemicals Subject to the Emergency Planning
 and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA)
 and Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act, as
 amended: Title HI of the Superfund
 Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986,
 and Title III of the Clean Air Act Amendments
 of 1990.
 Author:       U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
              of Prevention, Pesticides and Toxic
              Substances and Office of Solid
              Waste and Emergency Response
 Date:         December 1996
 Report No.:    EPA/550/B-96/015
 Abstract:      This consolidated list has been
 prepared to help firms handling chemicals
 determine whether they need to submit reports
 under sections 302, 304, or 313 of SARA Title III
 (EPCRA) and, for a specific chemical, what reports
 may need to be submitted. It also helps firms
 determine whether they will be subject to accident
 prevention regulations under CAA section 112(r).
 Separate lists are also provided of RCRA waste
 streams and unlisted hazardous wastes, and of
 radionuclides reportable under CERCLA. These
 lists should be used as a reference tool, not as a
 definitive source of compliance information.
 Source:      NCEPI, OCLC
                                                           Software
              EPCRA Section 313 Roadmaps Database.
              (Version 2.2) (for Microcomputers).
              Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                          of Pollution Prevention, and Toxics
              Date:       September 1991
              Notes:       Documentation may be ordered as
                          PB92-169523.
              Format:      Two 3 14" diskettes require 512K
                          RAM and 2.7 MB hard disk space.
              NTISNo.:    PB92-501972INC
              Abstract:    U.S. EPA has developed a database
              of EPCRA Section 313 Toxic Release Inventory
              (TRI) data to assist users in performing
              assessments of these chemicals. The Roadmaps
              system displays and/or prints out information on
              health and environmental effects, carcinogenicity
              and other properties, federal regulations, and state
              air and water regulations and monitoring data. It
              also includes lists of state contacts.
              Source:     NTIS
Title III (SARA and Clean Air Act
Amendments) Emergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Know Act and Accidental
Release Prevention Consolidated Chemical List
(on diskette).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
Date:        April 1995
Notes:        Customers must provide their own
             search and retrieval software. Print
             software prints output from the
             dBase files for those who do  not
             have dBase. No software other than
             DOS is required to use print
             program. Supersedes PB94-504107.
Format:      Self-extracting compressed files in
             dBase III on one 3 1/2 inch disk
             require 6.5 MB of hard disk storage.
             Documentation included; may be
             ordered separately as PB94-213659.
NTISNo.:     PB95-503165
Report No.:   EPA/DF/DK-95/023
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'mergencv Planning and Community Risht-to-Know Act Sources
Abstract:     This consolidated list has been
prepared to help firms handling chemicals
determine whether they need to submit reports
under sections 302, 304, or 313 of SARA Title III
(EPCRA) and, for a specific chemical, what reports
may need to be submitted. It will also help firms
determine whether they will be subject to accident
prevention regulations under CAA section 112(r).
Separate lists are also provided of RCRA waste
streams and unlisted hazardous wastes, and of
radionuclides reportable under CERCLA. These
lists should be used as a reference tool, not as a
definitive source of compliance information. This
revision reflects regulatory changes through
December 1994. The chemicals are ordered  by
Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) registry number.
Categories of chemicals which do not have CAS
registry numbers but are cited under CERCLA,
EPCRA section 313, and CAA, are placed at the
end of the list. The  chemicals' synonyms are
ordered alphabetically by CAS number. However,
the chemicals listed have many more synonyms
than appear on this list. The list includes chemicals
referenced under five federal statutory provisions.
Source:      NTIS                         ;
 Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987-1994.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Pollution Prevention, and Toxics
 Date:       September 1996
 Notes:       The datafile is on two CD-ROM.
             Contains search and retrieval
             software. Requires 640K RAM, 1.5
             MB hard disk space, MS-DOS or
             PC-DOS version 3.3 or higher,
             CD-ROM drive, and a printer.
             Includes user instructions.
             Supersedes PB94-504230,
             PB94-505434, and PB95-503793.
             See also PB95-503876 (magnetic
             tape).
 NTIS No.:    PB96-503214
 Abstract:    Information in the TRI includes the
 name, location and type of business;  off-site
 locations to which the facility transfers toxic
 chemicals in waste; whether the chemical is
 manufactured (including importation), processed,
 or otherwise used and the general categories of use
 of the chemical; an estimate (in ranges) of the
 maximum amounts of the toxic chemical present at
 the facility at any time during the preceding year;
 quantity of the chemical entering each medium
 annually; waste treatment/disposal methods and
 efficiency of methods for each waste stream;
 optional information on waste minimization; and a
 certification by a senior facility official that the
                                                report is complete and accurate. Data can be
                                                exported into five popular formats.
                                                Source:     NTIS
                                                Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA):
                                                Searchable Database on CD-ROM, January
                                                1997. TSCA Chemical Substances Inventory:
                                                Revised Inventory Synonym and Preferred
                                                Name File and SARA Title III (on CD-ROM).
                                                Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                                                             of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics
                                                Date:        January 1997
                                                Notes:       Windows version requires 386 or
                                                             greater processor with 4 MB RAM
                                                             and Windows 3.1 or greater. Mac
                                                             version requires 68020 processor or
                                                             greater with 2 MB RAM and System
                                                             7.0 or greater. 'Adobe Acrobat
                                                             Reader with Search for CD' software
                                                          '   is provided. Supersedes
                                                             PB96-502596, PB96-501267, and
                                                             PB96-501259.
                                                NTIS No.:    PB97-501423 (CD-ROM)
                                                             PB97-501431 (3 1/2" disk-ASCII)
                                                             PB97-501456 (magnetic tape-
                                                             datafile)
                                                Abstract:     The TSCA CD-ROM assists in
                                                identifying chemical substances and
                                                cross-referencing to their regulatory names to help
                                                companies comply with Community Right To
                                                Know requirements, SARA reporting and OSHA.
                                                Two other files are provided: the 'Premanufacturer
                                                Notification (PMN) No. to U.S. EPA Accession
                                                No. Link'  file as well as SARA Title III
                                                Consolidated Chemical List data. The Title HI
                                                EPCRA and Accidental Release Prevention
                                                Consolidated Chemical List' has been  prepared to
                                                help firms handling chemicals determine whether
                                                they need to submit reports under sections 302,
                                                304, or 313 of SARA Title III (EPCRA) and, for a
                                                specific chemical, what reports may need to be
                                                submitted. It also helps firms determine whether
                                                they will be subject to accident prevention
                                                regulations under CAA section 112(r). Separate
                                                lists are also provided of RCRA waste streams and
                                                unlisted hazardous wastes, and of radionuclides
                                                reportable under CERCLA. These lists should be
                                                used as a reference tool, not as a definitive source
                                                of compliance information. The CD-ROM
                                                provides an easy, electronic lookup to identify
                                                chemical substances and also  assists in identifying
                                                chemical substances and cross-referencing to their
                                                regulatory names. It has an intuitive interface for
                                                search, display and output using Adobe Acrobat
                                                CD search software.
                                                Source:      NTIS
ElPCRA
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 JJmergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act Sources
 Release
Reporting
                                              Training
 RCRA/UST, Superfund, And EPCRA Hotline
 Training Module: Introduction To: Accidental
 Release Prevention Program (Clean Air Act
 Section 112(r); 40 CFR Part 68).
 Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
 Date:       June 1997
 Pages:      19
 Report No.:  EPA/550/B-97/005
 Abstract:    This module discusses CAA §112(r)
 and its implementing regulations at 40 CFR 68 in
 detail. The document explains the purpose of the
 regulation and how it relates to the goals and
 requirements of EPCRA.
 Source:     NCEPI
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: CERCLA
and EPCRA Release Reporting Requirements
(CERCLA Section 103 and EPCRA Section
304).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of
            Emergency and Remedial Response
Date:       June 1997
Pages:      32
Availability: Paper copy available as an ongoing
            subscription. Single copies also
            available in paper copy or
            microfiche.
NTISNo.:   PB97-963238
Report No.:  EPA/540/R-97/026;
            OSWER-9205.5-18
Abstract:    The module explains the notification
requirements triggered by releases of CERCLA
hazardous substances and EPCRA-designated
extremely hazardous substances (EHSs). The
module provides the statutory basis and purpose
for reporting CERCLA hazardous substance and
EHS releases; cites applicable definitions and lists
the exclusions appropriate to each definition;
determines whether an RQ has been exceeded for
multiple releases, mixtures, and RCRA hazardous
wastes; provides the Federal Register citation and
explains the methodology for adjusting RQs; cites
the reduced reporting requirements for continuous
releases; and explains the differences between
continuous release reporting under CERCLA and
EPCRA.
Source:     NTIS
RCRA/UST, Superfund, And EPCRA Hotline
Training Module: Introduction To: Hazardous
Chemical Inventory Reporting (EPCRA
Sections 311-312; 40 CFR Part 370).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       June 1997
Pages:      21
Report No.:  EPA/550/B-97/003
Abstract:    This module focuses on the
hazardous chemical inventory reporting sections,
EPCRA §§ 311 and 312, which require facilities to
submit detailed information on the chemicals
present on site that require Material Safety Data
Sheets (MSDSs). The document explains the
general purpose and scope of EPCRA §§311 and
312, identifies which facilities and chemicals are
subject to reporting, explains what facilities must
do to comply with the sections, and list the five
hazard categories used to group hazardous
chemicals. The module identifies the options
facilities have when reporting under §§311 and
312, explains the two ways facilities can report
mixtures, defines the de minimis cut-off level and
how it applies to mixtures, and explains how
citizens can access the information reported.
Source:     NCEPI
RCRA/UST, Superfund, And EPCRA Hotline
Training Module: Introduction To: SARA
Subtitle C (EPCRA Sections 321-330).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       June 1997
Pages:      21
Report No.:  EPA/550/B-97/004
Abstract:    This module covers SARA Subtitle
C, which contains provisions that support the
reporting requirements and notification procedures
contained in Subtitles A and B. These provisions
include a trade secrecy mechanism, a
comprehensive enforcement policy, and an avenue
for public access to the collected information. This
document explains the trade secrecy claim process,
EPCRA enforcement policies and procedures, and
other general provisions discussed in SARA
Subtitle C.
Source:     NCEPI
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CONSERVA TIONAND
  RECOVERY ACT,
 SUPERFUND, AND
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Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Superfund, and Underground Storage Tank
Sources	—
                    Brief History of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

1976 - Congress passed the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) as an amendment to the Solid
Waste Disposal Act to protect water, land and air from contamination  from solid wastes. RCRA provides for
the safe generation, transportation, treatment and disposal of hazardous wastes from cradle to grave.

1984 - Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984
•       Banned land disposal of untreated hazardous waste after May 1990.
•       Prohibited or phased out incineration of toxic materials in industrial and apartment furnaces.
•       Required groundwater monitoring at land disposal facilities.
•       Authorized a new corrective action program to require generators and TSDs to perform cleanups of
       . hazardous waste releases at permitted facilities.
•       Instituted underground storage tank (UST) program requiring national standards for the installation
        and operation of new USTs (containing petroleum and hazardous substances) and the upgrading and
        operation of existing USTs.

Regulations pertaining to RCRA can be found in 40 CFR Parts 260-299, available on-line at
http://www.epa.gov/docs/epacfr40/subch-I/. Check the Federal Register for new rules, proposed rules and
notices at http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/aces/acesl40.html	
                                         GENERAL
                                               Hotlines
                                             RCRA
                                              General
 Hazardous Waste Ombudsman Program
 Tel:         (800) 262-7937
 Tel:         (202)260-9361
 Fax:        (202) 260-8929
 Hours:      8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (EST), M-F
 Abstract:    This program is  sponsored by the
 U.S. EPA. The Ombudsman assists the public and
 regulated community in resolving problems
 concerning any requirement under the hazardous
 waste programs managed by OSWER. The
 Ombudsman Program handles complaints from
 citizens and the regulated community, obtains
 facts,  sorts information, substantiates policy, and
 engages in dispute resolution, shuttle diplomacy
 functions, and formal investigations.
RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
Tel:         (800) 424-9346
Tel:         (703) 412-9810 [DC area]
TDD:       (800) 553-7672
TDD:       (703) 412-3323 [DC area]
Hours:      9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (EST), M-F
Abstract:    U.S. EPA's RCRA, Superfund &
EPCRA Hotline provides up-to-date information
on regulations developed under RCRA (including
the UST program), CERCLA (Superfund),
EPCRA, and the Oil Pollution Act (OPA)i The
Hotline can also assist Section 112(r) of the Clean
Air Act and Spill Prevention, Control &
Countermeasures (SPCC) regulations. The Hotline
also responds to requests for relevant documents.
                  Common Sense Solutions ro Hnvimnmemai Problems
 ** Reminder ** - For the most up-to-date information, check U.S.
 EPA's Enviro$en$e web site, http://es.epa.gov, or check with a local
 technical assistance provider (see Appendix B).

 To obtain the materials listed, see page 2.	
              RCRA/SUPERFUND/UST
                          TOC
              General	53
              Clean-up	61
              Generators	64
              Inspection/Compliance	67
              Permitting	71
              Transporters	73
              Treatment, Storage & Disposal ...74
              Underground Storage Tanks	79
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              JkPesource Conservation and Recovery Act, Superfund, and Underground Storage Tank
              sources
               RCRA Information Center
               Tel:         (703) 603-9230
               Fax:         (703) 603-9234
               Hours:      9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (EST), M-F
                                                   Abstract:    The RCRA Information Center
                                                   (RIC) was formed to house both documents used in
                                                   writing these regulations as well as U.S. EPA
                                                   publications produced for public guidance on solid
                                                   waste issues.
RCRA
 General
        m
        \
                                                          On-line Access
               U.S. EPA Office of Emergency and Remedial
               Response (OERR)
               URL:        http://www.epa.gov/superfund/
                           oerr/oerrmain/oerr.htm
               Abstract:     The U.S. EPA OERR web site has
               pages devoted to Superfund and oil spill
               prevention.
U.S. EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
Response (OSWER)
URL:       http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/
Abstract:    The U.S. EPA OSWER web site has
pages devoted to hazardous and non-hazardous
wastes, underground storage tanks, and
brownfields.
Federal Register notices
URL:       http://www.epa.gov/EPA-WASTE
Abstract:    This site has Federal Register
notices, by date, pertaining to RCRA/CERCLA.
Hazardous Waste Clean-up Information (CLU-
IN)
URL:       http://www.clu-in.com
Telnet:      clu-in.epa.gov
Modem:     (301)589-8366
Help:       (301) 589-8368
Abstract:    CLU-IN is intended as a forum for
all stakeholders in waste remediation and contains
information on policies, programs, organizations,
publications and databases useful to waste
remediation professionals. The site contains
technology descriptions and reports as well as
current news on business aspects of waste site
remediation. It includes links to other sites
important to managers interested in site
characterization and soil and groundwater
remediation technologies. CLU-IN is provided by
the U.S. EPA Technology Innovation Office.
                                                      Electronic Mailing Lists
              To subscribe to a U.S. EPA electronic mailing list (listserver), send an e-mail to:
              listserver@unixmail.rtpnc.epa.gov with SUBSCRIBE TO LISTSERVER in the subject line and SUBSCRIBE
                 in the message part. (Example: SUBSCRIBE EPA-TRI JOHN DOE)
              EPA-WASTE
              Abstract:     All hazardous waste, solid waste,
              and CERCLA Federal Registers.
                                                   HOTLINE_OSWER
                                                   Abstract:    Hotline Updates and Monthly
                                                   Hotline Reports. Subscribers to
                                                   HOTLINEJDSWER receive as part of their first
                                                   message the Hotline's Guide to EPA Electronic
                                                   Resources and instructions for how to have
                                                   selected hotline documents faxed.
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Sources
Catalog of Hazardous and Solid Waste
Publications: Ninth Edition.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste and
            Emergency Response
Date:       1996
Pages:      347
Report No.:  EPA/530/B-96/007
OCLCNo.:  36076274
Abstract:    The catalog contains a selective list
of hazardous and solid waste documents released
by the U.S. EPA's Office of Solid Waste.
Source:      OCLC
Complete Guide to the Hazardous Waste
Regulations: A Comprehensive, Step-by-Step
Guide to the Regulation of Hazardous Wastes
under RCRA, TSCA, HMTA, OSHA, and
Superfund.
Author:      Wagner, Travis.
Publisher:   Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York
Date:       1994
Pages:      488
Notes:      Revised edition of The Complete
            Handbook of Hazardous Waste'
            Regulation. c!988. Includes index.
OCLCNo.:  32901335
Call No.:    KF3946.W34-1994
LCCN:      90012356
ISBN:      0442003552 0442019319
Source:      OCLC
Compliance Assistance Tool for RCRA Subpart
CC: 40 CFR Parts 264 and 265.
Author:     Chemical Manufacturers Association
Date:       1996
Pages:      150
Report No.:  601003C
Abstract:    RCRA Subpart CC requirements
apply to most tanks, containers, surface
impoundments and miscellaneous Subpart X units.
This document covers all aspects of Subpart CC as
it pertains to the chemical industry, and it was
written by industry experts. Tables are used to
more clearly explain the requirements.
Source:     Contact CMA at (3 01) 617-7824
Documents

     Hazardous Waste Guide for Generators,
     Transporters and TSD's RCRA, Resource
     Conservation and Recovery Act.
     Author:      J.J. Keller & Associates, Neenah,
                 WI.
     Date:        1992
     Pages:       Various
     Notes:       Loose-leaf for updating. Includes
                 index to regulations.
     OCLCNo.:   27027690
     Abstract:     Contains sections on regulations &
     references. Regulations section covers on
     hazardous waste regulations under RCRA, 40 CFR
     Pt. 260-268. References section covers proposed
     hazardous waste regulations & also federal & state
     hazardous waste agency information.
     Source:      OCLC
     Hazardous Waste Management.
     Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                 of International Activities
     Date:       September 1991
     Pages:      20
     NTISNo.:    PB93-116135
     Report No.:  EPA/600/M-91/031
     Abstract: The report discusses hazardous wastes,
     their effects on human health and the environment,
     sampling and analysis methods, and current
     treatment and disposal technologies. Brochures and
     associated support material are available on many
     topics.
     Source:      NTIS
RCRA
 General
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               Sources
RCRA
 General
Process-Based Self-Assessment Tool for the
Organic Chemical Industry.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Enforcement and Compliance
             Assurance
Date:        December 1997
Pages:       400
Report No.:   EPA/305/B-97/002
Abstract:     This guide is a resource on Federal
environmental regulations for small-to-medium-
sized organic chemical manufacturing facilities.
This manual 1) provides a general approach for
performing a multimedia self-assessment to
evaluate compliance with environmental
regulations, and 2) provides industry-specific
process and regulatory information necessary for
conducting an assessment at an organic chemical
manufacturing facility. The general approach
section describes the steps for planning,
conducting, and following up a multimedia self-
assessment. Industry-specific information is given
to supplement the generic self-assessment
approach. This document describes processes
found throughout the chemical manufacturing
industry and identifies potential  releases from each
process and associated environmental legislation.
Additional regulatory requirements (such as
applicability, exemptions,  monitoring, record
keeping, and reporting) potentially affecting
organic chemical manufacturers are summarized
by statute in the appendices.
Source: NCEPI, U.S. EPA web site
(http://www.epa.gov)
Supplemental Five-Year Review Guidance.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Emergency and Remedial
             Response
Date:        1994
Pages:       30
NTJSNo.:    PB94-963283
Report No.:   EPA/540/F-94/044; OSWER-
             9355.7-02A
Abstract:     This memorandum amends OSWER
Directive 9355.7-02 (May 23, 1991) (PB91-
921369), Structure and Components of Five-Year
Reviews, by providing supplemental guidance on
five-year reviews. The supplemental guidance
provides necessary clarifications as  well as new
direction to streamline the five-year review process
and ensure the effective and efficient use of
program resources.  Specifically, this supplemental
guidance changes the trigger date for policy
reviews to construction completion; provides a
prioritization plan for conducting five-year reviews
when Regions cannot conduct all required reviews;
clarifies responsibility for conduct of five-year
reviews at Federal facilities; restates that the five-
year review covers all operable units (OUs) at a
site; and, introduces a streamlined Type la review
at sites where construction is ongoing, and
provides model  language.
Source:      NTIS
                                                            I Software
               Automated Waste Classification Software
               (WasteCat) (for Microcomputers).
               Author:      California EPA, Sacramento, Office
                            of Scientific Affairs
               Date:        1995
               Format:      Two 3 1/2" diskettes, 1.4M high
                            density
               Notes:       Files are compressed. Requires 4
                            MB of RAM and 4 MB hard disk
                            space, MS Windows 3.1 or higher on
                            a 386 or higher PC.
               NTIS No.:    PB95-504205
               Abstract:     This user-friendly computer
               automated system  helps generators, the regulated
               community, and the various regulatory agencies
                                                     accurately determine the proper classification of
                                                     potentially hazardous waste which may be subject
                                                     to regulation under California and federal law.
                                                     WasteCat is a Windows-driven program which
                                                     asks the user a series of directed questions relative
                                                     to the waste. After answering all of the questions,
                                                     WasteCat presents the user with a printout
                                                     describing the hazardous characteristics of the
                                                     waste along with a classification determination for
                                                     the waste in question.
                                                     Source:      NTIS
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    esource Conservation and Recovery Act, Superfund, and Underground Storage Tank
 ources	
Resource Conservation and Recovery
Information System (RCRIS) Extract File (on
CD-ROM).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste
Date:       1997
NTIS No.:    PB97-592570 (CD-ROM)
            PB97-592571 (single issues)
Notes:      Available as an ongoing
            subscription. Also available in 9-
            track tape.
Abstract:    RCRIS contains information on
hazardous waste handlers regulated by the U.S.
EPA under RCRA, supplied by the regulated
community and RCRA permitting and compliance
program personnel. The notification form (EPA
Form 8700-12), submitted by all hazardous waste
handlers, provides basic identification information,
specific hazardous waste activities, and wastes
handled. Treatment, storage and disposal facilities
(TSDFs) are further required to.submit Part A
(EPA Form 8700-23) and Part B of their
Hazardous Waste Permit Application. The Part A
form provides more detailed information
concerning wastes handled, plus SIC codes and
process data. Information from the Notification
and Part A forms described above, permit issuance
data supplied by RCRA permit writers, and non-
sensitive compliance and enforcement data
collected by compliance program personnel are
included on the tapes.
Source:     NTIS
                                              Training
 RCRA Orientation Manual.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste
 Date:        1990
 Pages:      212
 Report No.:  EPA/530/SW-90/036
 NTISNo.:    PB91-145888
 Source:      NTIS
 RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
 Training Module. Introduction to: Air Emission
 Standards (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subparts AA,
 BB, and CC).
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
 Date:       July 1996
 Pages:      24
 Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780358. See also
             PB96-207030.
 NTIS No.:    PB96-207022
 Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/021
 Abstract:    The module provides a regulatory
 overview of the RCRA air emission standards as
 they apply to hazardous waste facilities. It outlines
 the history of RCRA air emission standards as well
 as the air emission controls required by the
 standards. It explains the difference in the parts
 264/265 and subparts AA, BB and CC, air
 emission standards. It summarizes the requirements
 of each of these subparts and identifies the types of
units subject to these requirements as well as
specific exemptions.
Source:      NTIS,
RGRA
 General
 RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
 Training Module. Introduction to: Boilers and
 Industrial Furnaces (40 CFR Part 266, Subpart
 H).
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
 Date:        July 1996
 Pages:       24
 Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780291.  See also
             PB96-207048.
 NTISNo.:    PB96-207030
 Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/022
 Abstract:    The module summarizes the
 regulations affecting hazardous waste processes in
 boilers and industrial furnaces  (BIFs). It defines
 boilers and industrial furnaces  and describes the
 criteria associated with the definitions. It describes
 the requirements for processing hazardous waste in
 BIFs, including the distinctions between permitted
 and interim status units. It explains the
 requirements for the specially regulated BIFs and
 gives examples of each.
 Source:      NTIS
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RCRA
 General
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Closure/Post-
Closure (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart G).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        July 1996
Pages:       18
Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780325. See also
             PB96-207055.
NTIS No.:    PB96-207048
Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/023
Abstract:     The module explains the difference
between closure and post-closure. It lists the types
of facilities that are subject to closure/post-closures
and defines the difference between partial and final
closure. It specifies who submits a closure plan and
when a closure plan must be submitted, lists the
steps in the process, and states the time frame for
submitted. It identifies when and how a closure
must be amended. It explains the time frame for
notification of closure and the deadlines for
beginning and completing closure. It specifies
which facilities need contingent post-closure plans
and lists and the elements of post-closure and cites
the requirements. It specifies the conditions and
timing for amending a post-closure plan and states
who must certify closure/post-closure.
Source:      NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Oil Pollution
Prevention Regulation and the Oil Pollution Act
of 1990.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Emergency and Remedial
            Response                    «
Date:       1997
Pages:      26
Notes:      Paper copy available as an ongoing
            subscription. Single copies also
            available in paper copy or
            microfiche.
NTIS No.:   PB97-963229
Report No.:  EPA/540/R-97/017; OS WER-
            9205.5-09
Abstract:    This module explains the purpose,
scope, and reporting requirements under the Spill
Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC)
and related regulations and the Oil Pollution Act of
1990. The module identifies the major objectives
of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990; identifies which
facilities must prepare SPCC plans and which must
prepare Facility Response Plans; explains what
facilities must do to comply with the notification
requirements for a discharge of a harmful quantity
of oil; and explains what the Oil Spill Liability
Trust Fund is and how it is funded and used.
Source:     NTIS   .
               RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
               Training Module. Introduction to: Hazardous
               Waste Identification (40 CFR Part 261).
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                           of Solid Waste and Emergency
                           Response
               Date:        July 1996
               Pages:       33
               Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780143. See also
                           PB96-207I39.
               NT/SNo.:    PB96-207121
               Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/031
               Abstract:    The module introduces a specific
               hazardous waste identification process, which
               involves asking and analyzing a series of questions
               about any waste being evaluated. It analyzes in
               detail the Resource Conservation and Recovery
               Act (RCRA) definition of'hazardous waste.1 It
               explains concepts that are essential to identifying a
               RCRA hazardous waste: hazardous waste listing,
               hazardous waste characteristics, the 'mixture' and
               'derived-from1 rules, the 'contained-in' policy, and
               the hazardous waste identification rules (HWIR).
               Source:      NTIS
                                                    RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
                                                    Training Module. Introduction to: Other Laws
                                                    That Interface with RCRA.
                                                    Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                                                                of Solid Waste and Emergency
                                                                Response
                                                    Date:       July 1996
                                                    Pages:      29
                                                    Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780432. See also
                                                                PB96-207196.
                                                    NTIS No.:   PB96-207188
                                                    Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/037
                                                    Abstract:    The module provides a brief
                                                    overview of some of the major environmental laws
                                                    that interface with RCRA: CAA; CWA; SDWA;
                                                    FIFRA; TSCA; Pollution Prevention Act (PPA);
                                                    and CERCLA (or Superfund). It also covers
                                                    regulations administered by other agencies that
                                                    interface with RCRA, such as health and safety
                                                    requirements under the Occupational Health and
                                                    Safety Administration, and the hazardous materials
                                                    transportation requirements administered by the
                                                    Department of Transportation.
                                                    Source:     NTIS
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RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Petitions,
Delistings, and Variances (40 CFR Part 260,
Subpart C).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       November 1995
Pages:       17
Notes:       See also PB96-780416 and PB96-
             780432.
NTIS No.:    PB96-780424
Report No.:   EPA/530/R-95/074
Abstract:     The module reviews the regulations
governing rulemaking petitions, specifies who may
petition U.S. EPA to modify or revoke any
provision in 40 CFR Parts 260 through 265 and
268, and what may be changed through the petition
process. It lists the different components of a
petition, and the steps in the petitioning, review,
and decision process. It also specifies the
applicability of equivalent methods and states the
information needed for this type of petition. It
describes the process in petitioning for a new or
equivalent method. It specifies the purpose of
delisting, what can be delisted, and the
implications of a delisting petition. It outlines the
delisting procedures and provides citations for
them. It cites the Federal Registers that describe.the
U.S. EPA's composite model for landfills
(EPACML) which U.S. EPA currently uses as a
tool in evaluating delisting petitions and identifies
the types of variances granted.
Source: .    NTIS
 RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
 Training Module. Introduction to: RCRA
 Corrective Action.
 Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
 Date:       July 1996
 Pages:      20
 Notes:      Supersedes PB96-780341. See also
             PB96-207212.
 NTIS No.:   PB96-207204
 Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/039
 Abstract:    The module discusses the regulatory
 and statutory requirements and authorities
 governing the RCRA corrective action process.
 The U.S. EPA has issued a proposed rule (55 FR
 30798; July 27, 1990) that would establish a
 comprehensive regulatory framework for
 implementing the corrective action program. This
 proposed rule and other guidance developed
                                              RCRA
pursuant to statutory authorities are used to
structure corrective action requirements in facility
permits and orders. This module describes the
current statutory and regulatory structure and
discusses the future of the proposed rule.
Source:     NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: RCRA
Statutory Overview.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        July 1996
Pages:       35
Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780408. See also
             PB96-207238.
NTIS No.:    PB96-207220
Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/041
Abstract:     The module presents a brief
overview of the Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act (RCRA). It explains the relationship
between RCRA statutory language and codified
regulatory language. It describes the major
components of each subtitle of RCRA and
identifies the  major provisions established by the    General
Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments              ^™
(HSWA).                                         ^W
Source:      NTIS                                  Jf
 RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
 Training Module. Introduction to: Solid and
 Hazardous Waste Exclusions (40 CFR Section
 261.4).
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
 Date:       July 1996
 Pages:      25
 Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780150. See also
             PB96-207246.
 NTIS No.:    PB96-207238
 Report No.:  EPA/53O/R-96/042
 Abstract:    The Resources Conservation and
 Recovery Act's (RCRA) Subtitle C hazardous
 waste management program is a comprehensive
 and carefully constructed system to ensure wastes
 are managed safely and lawfully. This program
 begins with a very specific, formal process to
 categorize wastes accurately and appropriately
 called waste identification. The module explains
 each waste exclusion and its scope, so you can
 apply this knowledge in determining whether a
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RCRA
 General
              given waste is or is not regulated under RCRA
              Subtitle C.
              Source:     NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: RCRA Solid
Waste Programs.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       1996
Pages:      20
NTIS No.:   PB96-207246
Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/043
Abstract:     This module focuses on U.S. EPA's
efforts in two areas: municipal and industrial solid
waste. RCRA §4001 encourages environmentally
sound solid waste management practices that
maximize the reuse of recoverable material and
foster resource recovery. 40 CFR 258 set forth U.S.
EPA requirements for landfill design and
operation. Topics  covered in this document are
MSW and industrial solid waste management
techniques such as source reduction, recycling,
combustion, and landfilling.
Source:      NTIS
Training Module for RCRA Subpart CC: 40
CFR Parts 264 and 265.
Author:     Chemical Manufacturers Association
Date:       1996
Pages:      99
Report No.:  601004C
Abstract:    This easy to use, easy to customize
PowerPoint presentation with instructor's notes
allows for quick and easy training on the RCRA
Subpart CC requirements. These slides are
extremely useful in training management about the
resources that may be needed, as well as staff about
the steps they will have to take to comply with the
Subpart CC rule. Available in hard copy and disk.
Source:     CMA [(301) 617-7824]
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 ources                                   	       '••  •
                                        CLEAN-UP
                                            , On-line Access
Alternative Treatment Technologies Information Center (ATTIC)
URL:       http://www.epa.gov/bbsnrmrl/attic/atticn.html
Modem:     (513)569-7610
FTP/Telnet:  einbbs.cin.epa.gov
Help:       (513)569-7272       .                                                         ...
Abstract:    ATTIC is a comprehensive computer database system providing up-to-date information on
innovative treatment technologies. It provides access to several independent databases as well as a mechanism
for retrieving full-text documents of key literature. The system provides information to make'effective  ,
decisions on hazardous waste clean-up alternatives.                          '                  *   .  •
Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable
URL         http://www.firtr.gov
Abstract:     The Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable, operated by the U.S. EPA, is a forum for
joint activity regarding the development and demonstration of innovative technologies for hazardous waste site
remediation.                                                         .
Groundwater Remediation Technology Center
URL:        http://www.gwrtac.org
Abstract:     The Groundwater Remediation Technologies Analysis Center (GWRTAC) compiles, analyzes,
and disseminates information on innovative groundwater remediation technologies. GWRTAC prepares reports
by technical teams selectively chosen from National Environmental Technology Applications Center (NETAC),
the University, of Pittsburgh, and other supporting institutions. The Center maintains an active outreach
program, and its activities are guided by an external Guidance committee composed of representatives from
interested public- and private-sector organizations.
       RGRA
        Clean-up
Remediation Technologies Development Forum
URL:        http://www.rtdf.org
Abstract:     The purpose of the RTDF, a public-private partnership operated by the U.S. EPA, is to identify
what government and industry can do together to develop and improve the environmental technologies needed
to address their mutual cleanup problems in the safest, most cost-effective manner. The RTDF fosters public
and private sector partnerships to undertake the research, development, demonstration, and evaluation efforts
needed to achieve common cleanup goals.
 Soil and Groundwater Cleanup Online Magazine
 URL:,       http://www.sgcleanup.com
 Abstract:    This site has articles on new products, techniques, innovations and regulation relating to soil and
 groundwater clean-up.
 TechDirect Message Archive
 URL:        http://www.clu-in.com/techdrct.htm
 Abstract:     This site contains the archived messages that describe publications and events related to
 technologies and markets for soil and groundwater remediation. (See Electronic Mailing Lists section.)
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                                                       Electronic Mailing Lists
               To subscribe to a U.S. EPA electronic mailing list (listserver), send an e-mail to:
               listserver@nnixmail.rtpnc.epa.gov with SUBSCRIBE TO LISTSERVER in the subject line and SUBSCRIBE
                  in the message part.  (Example: SUBSCRIBE EPA-TRI JOHN DOE)

               BROWNFIELDS
               Abstract:     This U.S. EPA listserver conveys key information, events and activities on the U.S. EPA
               Brownfields Initiative.
               Phytoremcdiation Mailing List
               Info:        Subscribe phytorem  to majordomo@engg.ksu.edu
               Abstract:     This listserver keeps subscribers informed in the phytoremediation field.
RCRA
Clean-up
               Contaminants and Remedial Options at Solvent-
               Contaminated Sites.
               Author:
               TechDirect
               Abstract:     TechDirect is a free service by the U.S. EPA Technology Innovation Office that highlights new
               publications and events of interest to site remediation and site assessment professionals. Approximately once a
               month, a message is sent describing the availability of publications and events and mentioning places to obtain
               further information.
                                               Documents

                                                    in terms of contaminated zones.
                                                    Source:     NTIS
                                                                   Coordination between RCRA Corrective Action
                                                                   and Closure and CERCLA Site Activities.
                                                                   Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                                                                               of Solid Waste and Emergency
                                                                               Response
                                                                   Date:        1996
                                                                   Pages:       21
                                                                   Notes:       Portions of this document are not
                                                                               fully legible.
                                                                   NTIS No.:    PB97-142038
                                                                   Abstract:     In this memo, we discuss three areas:
                                                                   acceptance of decisions made by other remedial
                                                                   programs; deferral of activities and coordination
                                                                   among U.S. EPA RCRA, U.S. EPA CERCLA and
                                                                   state/tribal cleanup programs; and coordination of
                                                                   the specific standards and administrative
                                                                   requirements for closure of RCRA regulated units
                                                                   with other cleanup activities. We also announce a
                                                                   revision to the Agency's policy on the  use of fate
                                                                   and transport calculations to meet the 'clean
                                                                   closure1 performance standard under RCRA.
                                                                   Source:      NTIS
Date:
Pages:
Notes:
NTIS No.:
Report No.:
Abstract:
            EPA, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
            Reduction Engineering Lab
            1994
            187
            Reports for Sep. 91 - Oct. 93
            PB95-177200
            EPA/600/R-94/203
            The document provides federal,
state, and local Remedial Project Managers
(RPMs), On-Scene Coordinators (OSCs), private
cleanup companies, and support contractors with
data concerning solvent contaminants. Sources and
types of solvent contaminants, their characteristics,
and their behavior in the environment will be
named, and remedial options, i.e., principal proven
and innovative technologies selected for solvent
sites will be described. It is designed for use with
other remedial guidance documents issued for
RCRA, CERCLA, and/or state cleanups to
accelerate solvent site  cleanup. The text
emphasizes source identifications: primary, such as
a surface spill, and secondary, such as a subsurface
migration from the primary source. The approach
allows the remedial manager to target remediation
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 ources	
U.S. EPA Superfund Enforcement.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Emergency and Remedial
            Response
Date:       1997
Pages:      Open Series
Notes:      Paper copy available as an ongoing
            subscription, credit card payment
            accepted or NTIS deposit account
            required. Single copies also available
            in paper copy or microfiche.
NTIS No.:   PB97-963600
Abstract:    This subscription provides the full
reports issued by the Superfund program on
enforcement. Topics include CERCLA and RCRA
program management and implementation;
comprehensive site planning; PRP search,
notification, and information; and litigation
support. Also included are inspection and
information gathering; treatment, storage, and
disposal; and waste management and enforcement.
Source:      NTIS
Ground-Water Treatment Technology Resource
Guide.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        1994
Pages:       43
NTISNo.:    PB95-138657
Report No.:   EPA/542/B-94/009
Abstract:     This guide supports decision-making
by Regional and State Corrective Action permit
writers, Remedial Project Managers (RPMs), On-
Scene Coordinators, contractors, and others
responsible for the evaluation of technologies. This
guide directs managers of sites being cleaned up
under the RCRA, UST, and CERCLA waste
programs to groundwater treatment technology
resource documents, databases, hotlines, and
dockets and identifies regulatory mechanisms (e.g.,
Research Development and Demonstration
Permits) that have the potential to ease the
implementation of ground-water treatment at
hazardous waste sites. This guide provides
abstracts of representative examples of over 50
ground-water treatment technology
guidance/workshop reports, overview documents,
studies and demonstrations, and other resource
guides. The Ground-Water Treatment Technology
Resource Matrix, which accompanies this Guide,
identifies the in situ treatment technology and
contaminants covered in each abstracted document.
Source:      NTIS
Road Map to Understanding Innovative
Technology Options for Brownfields
Investigation and Cleanup.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        1997
OCLCNo.:   37557795
Report No.:   EPA/542/B-97/002
Source:      OCLC
Use of Natural Attenuation at Superfund,
RCRA Corrective Action, and Underground
Storage Tank Sites.
Publisher:
            U.S. EPA Office of Solid Waste and
            Emergency Response
Date:       December 1997
Pages:      34
Report No.:  OSWER 9200.4-17
Abstract:    This directive clarifies U.S. EPA's
policy regarding the use of monitored natural
attenuation for the remediation of contaminated
soil and groundwater at sites regulated under all
programs administered by U.S. EPA's OSWER,
including Superfund, RCRA Corrective Action,
and USTs.
Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerust I/
            directive/d9200417.pdf (PDF
            format)
Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
            directive/9200417z.htm
            (preformatted text)
Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
            directive/9200_417.htm (with
            hyperlinks)
Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
            directive/d9200417.wpd
            (WordPerfect 6.1)
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                                                   GENERATORS
                                                             Documents
 RCRA
Generators
Generation and Management of CESQG Waste.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste
Date:       1994
Pages:      54
NTISNo.:    PB95-208898
Report No.:  EPA/530/R-95/017
Abstract:    The report summarizes existing data
on the waste generation and management practices
of Conditionally-Exempt Small Quantity
Generators (CESQGs). It includes data on the
number of CESQGs and the CESQG waste
volume. Discussion comprises major CESQG
waste generating industries, major CESQG waste
types, and CESQG waste management practices.
Appendix A contains detailed information on the
sources of information. Appendix B lists the
requirements for CESQGs in all 50 states and the
District of Columbia. Appendix C lists available
federal and state documents that encourage
pollution prevention and proper waste management
by CESQGs in some CESQG waste generating
industries.
Source:      NTIS
               Preliminary National Biennial RCRA
               Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1995 Data):
               List of Large Quantity Generators in the United
               States.
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC Office
                           of Solid Waste
               Date:        1997
               NT/SNo.:    PB97-152425
               Report No.:   EPA/530/R-97/008A
                                                                 Abstract:    The report lists large quantity
                                                                 generators of RCRA Hazardous Waste, as
                                                                 identified by U.S. EPA's 1995 Biennial Report. It
                                                                 provides information on the quantities, nature, and
                                                                 disposition of generated hazardous waste and the
                                                                 efforts to reduce the volume and toxicity of
                                                                 hazardous waste compared with previous years.
                                                                 Generator lists are arranged by state, and each state
                                                                 list is grouped by tons of RCRA waste generated.
                                                                 A list of state contacts is included.
                                                                 Source:     NTIS
                                                                 Understanding the Hazardous Waste Rules: A
                                                                 Handbook for Small Businesses: 1996 update.
                                                                 Report No.:  EPA/530/K-95/001
                                                                 Source:      NCEPI
      Waste Analysis at Facilities that Generate,
      Treat, Store, and Dispose of Hazardous Wastes -
      A Guidance Manual.
      Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                 of Solid Waste and Emergency
                 Response
      Date:       1994
      OCLCNo.:  30709065
      Stock No:   PB94-963603
      Report No.:  EPA/530/R-94/024
      Abstract:    Updates Agency's 1984 manual and
      incorporates many changes to hazardous waste
      regulations including the land disposal restrictions.
      Assists facility owners, operators and other facility
      personnel in preparing waste analysis plans.
      Source:     OCLC, NEIS
               Biennial Reporting System (BRS) Data:
               Generation and Management of Hazardous
               Waste, 1995 (on CD-ROM).
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                           of Solid Waste
               Date:        1995
'oftware

     Notes:
                                                              This product contains text only, in
                                                              PDF format, with Adobe Acrobat
                                                              Reader included (without search and
                                                              retrieval). Includes Instruction
                                                              Manual, the 1995 Hazardous Waste
                                                              Report Instructions and Forms, and
                                                              the Flat File Index.
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NTISNo.:    PB97-501993
Abstract:     The product contains data describing
the RCRA wastes generated and/or managed
during 1995 by RCRA TSDFs and LQGs compiled
by the Biennial Reporting System (BRS) for the
'National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report
(Based on 1995 data)'. The data were collected by
states using the '1995 National Hazardous Waste
Report Instructions and Forms' (EPA Form 8700-
13-A/B), or the state's equivalent information
source. Data submitted by states prior to December
31, 1996 are included. Data for reports protected
by RCRA Confidential Business Information (CBI)
claims are not included. These data are preliminary
and will be replaced by the final data. Sites are
identified by their U.S. EPA/RCRA identification
number.
Source:     NTIS
 RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
 Training Module. Introduction to: Containers
 (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart I; Section
 261.7).
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
 Date:        July 1996
 Pages:      17
 Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780226. See also
             PB96-207063. Also available in kit
             of 30 components PC E99/MF E99,
             PB96-207014.
 NTISNo.:    PB96-207055
 Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/024
 Abstract:    The module reviews two sets of
 regulatory requirements for containers:
 requirements that pertain to the management of
 hazardous waste containers and regulations
 governing residues of hazardous waste in empty
 containers. It defines 'container' and 'empty
 container' and provides examples and citations for
 each. It provides an overview of the requirements
 for the design and operation of hazardous waste
 containers. It explains the difference between the
 container standards set out in part 264 and part
 265. It states the requirements for rendering a
 hazardous waste container 'RCRA empty'.  It
 explains when container rinsate must be managed
 as a hazardous waste.
 Source:      NTIS
                                              Training
RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Drip Pads
(40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart W).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       July 1996
Pages:      14
Notes:      Supersedes PB96-780242
NTIS No.:   PB96-2507089
Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/027
Abstract:    In 1990, U.S. EPA promulgated ,
listings for wastes from wood preserving
processes. Many of these wastes are generated by
allowing preservative to drip from wood onto
concrete pads, called drip pads. To facilitate proper
handling of these wastes, U.S. EPA developed
design and operating standards for drip pads used
to manage hazardous wastes.  This module defines
a drip pad, summarizes the design and operating
standards for drip pads and describes the
relationship between generator accumulation
provisions and drip pads.
Source:     NTIS
 RCRA
Generators
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               RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
               Training Module. Introduction to: Generators
               (40 CFR Part 262).
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                            of Solid Waste and Emergency
                            Response
               Date:        1996
               Pages:       26
               NTISNo.:    PB96-207 105
               Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/029
               Abstract:     The generator regulations ensure that
               hazardous waste is appropriately identified and
               handled safely to protect human health and the
               environment, while minimizing interference with
               daily business operations.  This module explains
               the definitions and regulations that apply to
               generators of hazardous waste. Terms such as
               generator, episodic generation, empty tank, start
               time, and satellite accumulation are defined. The
               three classes of generators are listed, the different
               generation and accumulation limits are outlined,
               and the use of U.S. EPA identification numbers
               and manifests is explained. Regulations pertaining
               to accumulation in tanks, containers, containment
               buildings, and on drip pads are identified, and CFR
               sections covering recordkeeping and reporting
C*filter atari reclu'rements> as wellas other applicable CFR
     __       sections, are cited.
     ^H       Source:      NTIS
               RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
               Training Module. Introduction to: Land
               Disposal Restrictions (40 CFR Parts 268).
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                            of Solid Waste and Emergency
                            Response
               Date:        July 1996
               Pages:       30
               Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780200. See also
                            PB96-207154.
               NT/SNo.:    PB96-207147
               Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/033
RCRA
                                                                   Abstract:    The module presents an overview of
                                                                   the land disposal restrictions (LDR) program. It
                                                                   defines the basic terms and describes the structure
                                                                   of the LDR regulations. It identifies the statutory
                                                                   basis for LDR and describes the applicability of
                                                                   LDR. It explains how U.S. EPA sets treatment
                                                                   standards and identifies treatment standards for
                                                                   wastes subject to land disposal restrictions and
                                                                   cites the CFR section. It describes and identifies
                                                                   how exemptions and variances from treatment
                                                                   requirements are obtained, including Federal
                                                                   Register citations. It defines generator and
                                                                   Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facility (TSDF)
                                                                   requirements under the LDR program. It
                                                                   summarizes the schedule of existing restrictions
                                                                   and the plan for restricting newly identified wastes.
                                                                   Source:     NTIS
RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Strategy for
Hazardous Waste Minimization and
Combustion.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       November 1995
Pages:      27
NTISNo.:   PB96-780416
Report No.:  EPA/530/R-95/073
Abstract:    This module presents an overview of
the issues U.S. EPA has addressed within the
context of the Strategy for Hazardous Waste
Minimization and Combustion. The first section
provides a detailed description of the history and
goals of the strategy. The remaining sections
present an in-depth discussion of hazardous waste
minimization and combustion issues, such as
regulatory requirements, controls and standards,
risk assessment, enforcement and compliance
assistance.
Source:     NTIS
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                         INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE
                                              Documents
Advanced RCRA Inspector's Institute.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office.
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response.
Date:       1993
Pages:      Various
Notes:      "The Advaced RCRA Inspector's
            Institute"~{sic}, "Swissotel Boston,
            December 13-17, 1993".
OCLCNo.:  35660290
Abstract:-    Guide to the participant's manual —
Welcome and introduction ~ Exploring inspection
paradigms — Waste minimization/pollution
prevention — Non-RCRA Interface / Multi-Media
Inspections -- New Waste Issues - Notifier
initiative - Import/Export issues — Tribal lands
inspection -- Combustion inspectors -- Air
emissions — "Gray Areas" in solid waste — Case
development and  support — Federal facilities —
Inspection paradigms revisited ~ Evaluation form.
Source:     OCLC
Environmental Compliance Branch, Standard
Operating Procedures and Quality Assurance
Manual, Revision 1.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Athens, GA,
             Environmental Services Division
Date:        1991
Pages:       449
NTISNo.:    PB91-233650
Abstract:     The document contains the field
procedures developed by U.S. EPA, Region IV,
BSD for investigating hazardous waste sites for the
RCRA and Superfund programs, performance of
NPDES inspection and air monitoring. In
particular, sampling of environmental media and
waste, sample handling and preservation,
decontamination of field equipment, installation of
monitoring wells, and field quality assurance
procedures are described. Sampling equipment is
discussed and described, and surveying
requirements for site characterization are given.
Source:      NTIS
EPA Superfund Enforcement.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Emergency and Remedial
            Response
Date:       1997
Pages:      Open Series
Notes:      Paper copy available as an ongoing
           . subscription, credit card payment
            accepted or NTIS deposit account
            required. Single copies also available
            in paper copy or microfiche.
NTISNo.:   PB97-963600
Abstract:    This subscription provides the full
reports issued by the Superfund program on
enforcement. Topics include CERCLA and RCRA
program management and implementation;
comprehensive site planning; PRP search,
notification, and information; and litigation
support. Also included are inspection and          R.CR.A.
information gathering; treatment, storage, and
disposal; and waste management and enforcement,  inspection/
                                                   Source:
            NTIS
Compliance
Federal Facilities Hazardous Waste Compliance
Manual.                          .
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        1990
Pages:       780
NTIS No.:    PB90-188749
Report No.:  , OSWER-9992.4
Abstract:     The manual includes an overview of
the Federal facilities hazardous waste compliance
program, relevant statutory authorities, model
provisions for Federal facility agreements,
enforcement and other applicable guidance,
Federal facilities docket and NPL listings, data
management information, selected DOD and DOE
program guidance, and organization charts and
contacts. This compendium is intended to be used
as a reference by Regional RCRA and CERCLA
enforcement personnel and Regional Counsels,
particularly as an orientation guide for new Federal
facilities staff.
Source:      NTIS
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RCRA
Inspection/
Compliance
Inspection Manual: Equipment Leak
Regulations for the Chemical Manufacturing
Industry.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement
            and Compliance Assurance (OECA),
            Office of Compliance
Date:       February 1998
Pages:      300, three volumes
Report No.:  EPA/305/B-96/005
Abstract:    Volume I provides inspection
procedures for determining compliance for
equipment leak regulations promulgated under
Parts 60,61, and 63 of CAA and Parts 264 and 265
of RCRA, including sections on determining
applicability, determining compliance through
reports, recordkeeping and on-site inspections, as
well as providing recommended inspection
techniques and procedures. Volume II provides a
side by side summary of equipment leak
provisions, a summary of differences, a summary
by component, a discussion of regulated
equipment, and supporting test methods. Volume
III provides the same information for regulations
promulgated under Parts 60 and 63 for the
petroleum industry.
Source:      NCEPI
              Multi-Media Compliance Inspection Manual for
              Enforcement Programs in Air, Water, RCRA,
              CERCLA, TSCA & FIFRA. Fourth edition.
              Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                          of Enforcement and Compliance
                          Monitoring
              Date:       1989
              OCLCNo.:  20533402
              Call No.:    KF3775.M8 1989
              Source:     OCLC
               RCRA Compliance & Enforcement Manual.
               Author      Steinberg, Robert E.
               Publisher:    Shepard's/McGraw-Hill; Colorado
                           Springs, CO
               Date:        1992
               OCLCNo.:   27266352
               Source:      OCLC
                                                                 RCRA Compliance Handbook.
                                                                 Author:     Neitzel, Charlotte L.
                                                                 Publisher:   Executive Enterprises Publications
                                                                             Co., New York
                                                                 Date:       1992
                                                                 Pages:      152
                                                                 OCLCNo.:  25004247
                                                                 Source:     OCLC
RCRA Corrective Action Inspection Guidance
Manual.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Enforcement and Compliance
            Assurance
Date:       1995
Pages:      139
NTISNo.:    PB95-269189
Report No.:  EPA/520/B-95/001
Abstract:    The purpose of this guidance is to
delineate inspection activities, which are critical
for the successful completion of corrective action
activities currently underway at many facilities.
The document has been written for inspectors from
the U.S. EPA and State environmental agencies (or
their respective contractors) who will be
conducting field oversight of owner/operator
activities at hazardous waste facilities regulated
under RCRA and undergoing corrective action.
Many other U.S. EPA and State personnel, such as
permit writers and enforcement personnel, should
find this guidance manual useful.
Source:     NTIS
                                                   RCRA Inspection Manual.
                                                   Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste and
                                                               Emergency Response, Washington, •
                                                               DC
                                                   Date:       October 1993
                                                   Pages:      689
                                                   OCLCNo.:  30325548
                                                   NEISNo.:   414
                                                   Report No.:  9938.02b
                                                   Abstract:    This indispensable guide includes
                                                   checklists for ensuring compliance as well as all
                                                   other information necessary for inspections.
                                                   Source:     OCLC, NEIS
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Technical Implementation Document for U.S.
EPA's Boiler and Industrial Furnace
Regulations.
Author:
            U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste
            1992
            242
            PB92-154947
            EPA/530/R-92/011
            The document provides permit
writers and owners/operators of BIFs with
technical guidance in implementing the BIF Rule
requirements. The document specifically addresses
Date:
Pages:
NTISNo.:
Report No.
Abstract:
certain precompliance and compliance certification
activities, permitting, continued compliance with
operating requirements, and associated planning
and testing required for compliance with the rule.
The document does not address every requirement
or aspect of the BIF rule, nor does it discuss the
rationale for the requirements. It does not
supersede any of the BIF regulations promulgated
under RCRA, and it is not intended to address
facility-specific and process-specific questions as
they relate to the new rules.
Source:      NTIS
                                              Training

 RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline Training Module. Introduction to: RCRA Enforcement and
 Compliance.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
 Date:        July 1996
 Pages:       20
 Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780390. See also PB96-207220.
 NTISNo.:    PB96-207212
 Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/040                                                                    Inspection/
 Abstract:     The module describes enforcement procedures and cites the statutory authority and describes the  Compliance
 two different types of enforcement (i.e., administrative and judicial). It explains when and how U.S. EPA can
 enforce the RCRA regulations in authorized states. It describes the enforcement mechanisms available to U.S.
 EPA. It states the differences between enforcement at interim status and permitted facilities. It describes
 enforcement at federal facilities and identifies relevant resource documents.
 Source:      NTIS
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                                                             Videos

              Inspector Training Manual.
              Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
              Date:       1988
              Pages:      1 videocassette (84 min., 14 sec.)
              Notes:      VHS "Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials."
              OCLCNo:   24072273
              Abstract:    Introduction to the video; RCRA overview; Safety procedures; Permits & compliance
              monitoring; Work ethics; Preparing for the inspection; Conducting the inspection; Post-inspection procedures;
              Sampling procedures; Basic evidence collection special procedures medical monitoring program.
              Source:      OCLC
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                                     PERMITTING
 RCRA Permit Policy Compendium.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
 Date:        1991
 Pages:      13 volumes
 OCLCNo.:   24519740
 ReportNo.:   EPA/5 3 O/SW-91/062
 NEISNo.:    1132
 Abstract:     User's guide key word index;
 Abstract:     The document is a compendium of
 all OSWER Policy Directives that deal with RCRA
 Permit Policy. Areas covered include hazardous
 waste management system (part  260);
 identification and listing of hazardous waste (part
 261); transporter standards (part 263); TSDF
 technical requirements (parts 264 & 265);
 standards for managing specific  hazardous wastes
 (part 266); permitting policies, permitting
 procedures (parts 124 & 270); air emissions
 standards, state authorization (part 271), land
 disposal restrictions (part 268); waste
 minimization, RCRA grant funds.
 Source;      OCLC, NEIS
Documents

     Technical Implementation Document for U.S.
     EPA's Boiler and Industrial Furnace
     Regulations.
     Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                 of Solid Waste
     Date:   '     1992
     Pages:       242
     NTISNo.:    PB92-154947
     Report No.:  EPA/530/R-92/011
     Abstract:     The document provides permit
     writers and owners/operators of BIFs with
     technical guidance in implementing the BIF Rule
     requirements. The document specifically addresses
     certain precompliance and compliance certification
     activities, permitting, continued compliance with
     operating requirements, and associated planning
     and testing required for compliance with the rule.
     The document does not address  every requirement
     or aspect of the BIF rule, nor does it discuss the
     rationale for the requirements. It does not
                                                 n     *^^ *
     supersede any of the BIF regulations promulgated  Jrermitting
     under RCRA. Finally, it is not intended to address
     facility-specific and process-specific questions as
     they relate to the new rules.
     Source:      NTIS
RCRA
 RCRA Permit Policy Compendium Update
 Package. Revision 6 (through December 1996).
 Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste
 Date:       1997
 Pages:      450
 Format:     Two 3 1/2 inch disks
 NTISNo.:   PB97-125348
 ReportNo.:  EPA/530/R-97/004
 Abstract:    This compendium provides
 references for regional and state permit writers on
 permitting policies and procedures. Update
 package includes entire new volume 1 - User's
 Guide and Keyword Index, as well as reference
 Memoranda, Letters, Office of Solid Waste and
 Emergency Response (OSWER) policy directives,
 and RCRA/UST, Superfund hotline summaries
 from January 1, 1996 through December 31, 1996.
 The package also contains the new index,
 computer disk, and new spines and covers.
 Source:     NTIS
     Waste Management Area (WMA) and
     Supplemental Well (SPW) Guidance.
     Author:       U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                  of Solid Waste
     Date:        1993
     Pages:       61
     NTISNo.:    PB94-107695
     Report No.:   EPA/530/R-93/022
     Abstract:     The document provides guidance
     regarding the implementation of WMA and SPW
     approaches according to the proposed amendments
     to the Subpart F Rule. The document will assist
     permit writers in defining single or multiple
     WMAs and includes a description of the proposed
     criteria to be considered when defining WMAs.
     The document also provides guidance for
     identifying the need for SPWs, describes the
     difference between SPWs and POC wells, and
     explains the use of SPWs for corrective action.
     Real and hypothetical cases are presented as
     examples throughout the document. Appendix I
     contains proposed modifications to the model
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               permit language to be used in implementing the
               WMA and SPW approaches. Appendix II
               compares and contrasts the objectives and uses of
               WMAs and Corrective Action Management Units
               (CAMUs).
               Source:      NTIS
                                                           Training

               RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline Training Module. Introduction to: Permits and Interim Status
               (40 CFR Part 270).
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
               Date:        July 1996
               Pages:       26
               Notes:       Supersedes PB96-7802 18. See also PB96-207204.
               NTIS No.:    PB96-207196
               Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/038
               Abstract:     Owners/operators of facilities that treat, store, or dispose of hazardous waste must obtain an
               operating permit, as required by Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The
               module presents an overview of the RCRA permitting process and the requirements that apply to TSDFs
               operating under interim status until a permit is issued. The regulations governing the permit process are found
Permitting  Source:      NTIS
                                                              Videos

               Permit Writer's Training Manual Videorecording.
               Author:      University of Michigan (System). Regents; Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste
                           Management Officials
               Date:        1989                                                                  ,
               Format:      1 VHS videocassette (1 hr., 24 min.)
               OCLCNo.:   24813550
               Abstract:     Introduction; Waste Management under RCRA; Administrative Process and Record; Contents of
               the Permit Application; Technical Standards and Review; Writing the Permit; Involving the Public.
               Source:      OCLC
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                                  TRANSPORTERS
                                            Training

RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline Training Module. Introduction to: Transporters (40 CFR Part
263).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
Date:       July 1996
Pages:      15
NTISNo.:   PB96-207279
Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/046
Abstract:    The report provides an overview of the regulatory requirements of transporters of hazardous
waste. It lists the conditions and requirements for a transfer facility. It identifies transporter recordkeeping and
manifesting requirements. It identifies transporter requirements when exporting hazardous waste. It states the
conditions under which a transporter is subject to the generator regulations and cites the CFR section covering
the transporter responsibilities for hazardous waste discharges.
Source:     NTIS
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                         TREATMENT, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL (TSD)
Organic Air Emissions from Waste
Management Facilities.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Center
             for Environmental Research
             Information.; U.S. EPA, Research
             Triangle Park, NC, Office of Air
             Quality Planning and Standards
Date:        1992
Pages:       126
NTIS No.:     PB93-215598
Report No.:   EPA/625/R-92/003
Abstract:     RCRA standards limit organic air
emissions as a class from process vents and
equipment leaks at hazardous waste treatment,
storage, and disposal facilities requiring a permit
under Subtitle C of RCRA. Standards promulgated
under the CAA limit emissions of benzene from
benzene waste operations. The seminar publication
helps improve understanding of the air rules that
apply to waste management operations, focusing
on control technologies and the RCRA and CAA
regulations.
Source:     NTIS
                                                            Documents
                                                                 RCRA Land Disposal Restrictions: A Guide to
                                                                 Compliance, 1995 edition.
                                                                 Publisher:   Elsevier Science Inc., New York,
                                                                            NY
                                                                 Date:       1994
                                                                 Pages:      Various
                                                                 OCLCNo.:  36479973
                                                                 Source:      OCLC
Waste Analysis at Facilities that Generate,
Treat, Store, and Dispose of Hazardous Wastes -
A Guidance Manual.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       1994
OCLCNo.:   30709065
Stock No:    PB94-963603
Report No.:   EPA/530/R-94/024; 9938.4-03
Abstract:    Updates Agency's 1984 manual and
incorporates many changes to hazardous waste
regulations including the land disposal restrictions.
Assists facility owners, operators and other facility
personnel in preparing waste analysis plans.
Source:      OCLC, NEIS
                                                         I Software

              Biennial Reporting System (BRS) Data: Generation and Management of Hazardous Waste, 1995 (on CD-
              ROM).
              Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Solid Waste
              Date:        1995
              Notes:       This product contains text only. Customers must provide their own search and retrieval software.
                          The following documentation is in Adobe Acrobat PDF format on the CD: Instruction Manual,
                          the 1995 Hazardous Waste Report Instructions and Forms, and the Flat File Index. Windows
                          version of Acrobat reader also on CD.
              NTIS No.:    PB97-501993
              Abstract:     The product contains data describing the RCRA wastes generated and/or managed during 1995
              by RCRA TSDFs and LQGs compiled by the Biennial Reporting System (BRS) for the 'National Biennial
              RCRA Hazardous Waste Report (Based on 1995 data)'. The data were collected by states using the '1995
              National Hazardous Waste Report Instructions and Forms' (EPA Form 8700-13-A/B), or the state's equivalent
              information source. Data submitted by states prior to December 31, 1996 are included. Data for reports
              protected by RCRA Confidential Business Information (CBI) claims are not included. These data are
              preliminary and will be replaced by the final data. Sites are identified by their U.S. EPA/RCRA identification
              number.
              Source:      NTIS
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Author:
 Date:
 Pages:
 Notes:
 NTISNo.:
 Report No. :
 Abstract:
                                              Training
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Containers
(40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart I; Section
261.7).
            U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
            July 1996
             17
             Supersedes PB96-780226. See also
             PB96-207063. Also available in kit
             of 30 components PC E99/MF E99,
             PB96-207014.
             PB96-207055
             EPA/53Q/R-96/024
             The module reviews two sets of
regulatory requirements for containers:
requirements that pertain to the management of
hazardous waste containers and regulations
governing residues of hazardous waste in empty
containers. It defines 'container' and 'empty
container' and provides examples and citations for
each. It provides an overview of the requirements
for the design and operation of hazardous waste
containers. It explains the difference between  the
container standards set out in part 264 and part
265. It states the requirements for rendering a
hazardous waste container 'RCRA empty'. It
explains when container rinsate must be managed
as a hazardous waste.
Source:      NTIS
  RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
  Training Module. Introduction to: Containment
  Buildings (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart DD).
  Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
              of Solid Waste and Emergency
              Response
              July 1996
              16
              Supersedes PB96-780259
              PB96-207063
              •EPA/530/R-96/023
              In 1992, U.S. EPA developed
  standards for a new hazardous waste management
  unit called a containment building. Containment
  buildings, which are essentially waste piles
  enclosed in a building, facilitate management of
  bulky materials without triggering land disposal
 Date:
, Pages:
 Notes:
 NTIS No--
 Report No.
 Abstract:
and land disposal restrictions (LDR). This module
outlines the regulatory history and purpose of
containment buildings. It discusses the relationship,,
between LDR and containment buildings,
summarizes the design and operating standards
applicable to containment buildings, and describes
the relationship between generator accumulation
standards and containment buildings.
Source:      NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Definition of
Solid Waste and Hazardous Waste Recycling
(40 CFR Sections 261.2 and 261.9).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        July 1996
Pages:       26
Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780168. See also
             PB96-207089.
NTISNo.:    PB96-207071
Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/026
Abstract:     The module addresses the statutory
and regulatory definitions of solid waste, including
the standards governing the recycling and
management of specific types of waste. It explains
the use of the table in 261.2 and the preamble to
the January 4, 1985 Federal Register (50 FR 614).
 It lists and cites three use/reuse scenarios where the
 materials are not solid wastes and states the
' requirements for documentation. It lists examples
 of sham recycling, and describes the conditions
 under which hazardous waste-derived products
 may be excluded from regulation. It cites the
 provisions for precious metals recovery and
 discusses potential regulatory developments
 affecting the definition of solid waste and
 hazardous waste recycling.
 Source:      NTIS
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                                                                                                      TSD
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RCRA
    TSD
               RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
               Training Module. Introduction to: Drip Pads
               (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart W).
               Author.      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                           of Solid Waste and Emergency
                           Response
               Date:       July 1996
               Pages:      14
               Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780242
               NTlSNo.:    PB96-2507089
               Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/027
               Abstract:    In 1990, U.S. EPA promulgated
               listings for wastes from wood preserving
               processes. Many of these wastes are generated by
               allowing preservative to drip from wood onto
               concrete pads, called drip pads. To facilitate proper
               handling of these wastes, U.S. EPA developed
               design and operating standards for drip pads used
               to manage hazardous wastes. This module defines
               a drip pad, summarizes the design and operating
               standards for drip pads and describes the
               relationship between generator accumulation
               provisions and drip pads.
               Source:      NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to:
Groundwater Monitoring (40 CFR Parts
264/265, Subpart F).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        July 1996
Pages:       32
Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780333. See also
             PB96-207121.
NTIS No.:    PB96-207113
Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/030
Abstract:     The module presents the
requirements for groundwater monitoring at
interim status and permitted treatment, storage, and
disposal facilities (TSDFs) under the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The goal
of the module is to explain the standards and
specific requirements for groundwater monitoring
programs at interim status and permitted facilities.
Source:      NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Hazardous
Waste Incinerators (40 CFR Parts 264/265,
Subpart O).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        July 1996
Pages:       18
Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780283. See also
             PB96-207147.
NTISNo.:    PB96-207139
Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/032
Abstract:     The module introduces the concept
of burning hazardous wastes in units regulated
under RCRA and outlines the requirements for one
type of device - the incinerator. It explains what an
incinerator is and how incinerators are regulated,
and states the conditions under which an
owner/operator may be exempt from subpart O. It
defines principal organic hazardous constituent
(POHC) and describes the criteria under which a
POHC is selected. It defines destruction and
removal efficiency (DRE) and describes the
interaction between compliance with performance
standards and compliance with incinerator
operating conditions established in the permit. It
defines and explains the purpose of a 'trial burn'.
Source:     NTIS
                                                                   RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
                                                                   Training Module. Introduction to: Land
                                                                   Disposal Restrictions (40 CFR Parts 268).
                                                                   Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                                                                               of Solid Waste and Emergency
                                                                               Response
                                                                   Date:        July 1996
                                                                   Pages:       30
                                                                   Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780200. See also
                                                                               PB96-207154.
                                                                   NTISNo.:    PB96-207147
                                                                   Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/033
                                                                   Abstract:     The module presents an overview of
                                                                   the land disposal restrictions (LDR) program. It
                                                                   defines the basic terms and describes the structure
                                                                   of the LDR regulations. It identifies the statutory
                                                                   basis for LDR and describes the applicability of
                                                                   LDR. It explains how U.S. EPA sets treatment
                                                                   standards and identifies treatment standards for
                                                                   wastes subject to land disposal restrictions and
                                                                   cites the CFR section. It describes and identifies
                                                                   how exemptions and variances from treatment
                                                                   requirements are obtained, including Federal
                                                                   Register citations.  It defines generator and
                                                                   Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facility (TSDF)
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requirements under the LDR program. It
summarizes the schedule of existing restrictions
and the plan for restricting newly identified wastes.
Source:     NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Land
Disposal Units (40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subparts
K, L, M, N).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        July 1996
Pages:       19
Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780267. See also
             PB96-207162.
NTIS No.:    PB96-207154
Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/034
Abstract:     The module provides an overview of
the requirements for landfills, surface
 impoundments, waste piles, and land treatment
 units. It summarizes the differences between
 interim status (Part 265) and permitted (Part 264)
 standards for land disposal units. It defines 'surface
 impoundment' and distinguishes surface
 impoundments from tanks and describes surface
 impoundment retrofitting and retrofitting variance
 procedures. It explains the connection between
 land disposal standards, post-closure, and
 groundwater monitoring.
 Source:     NTIS
 RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
 Training Module. Introduction to:
 Miscellaneous and Other Units (40 CFR Part
 264, Subpart X and 40 CFR Part 265, Subparts
 P, Q, and R).
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
              of Solid Waste and Emergency
              Response
 Date:        July 1996
 Pages:       18
 Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780275. See also
              PB96-207170.
 NTISNo.:    PB96-207162
 Report No.:   EPA/530/R-96/035
 Abstract:     The module describes the basic
 requirements and types of units of 40 CFR Part
 264, Subpart X and standards for broadly defined
 treatment processes - Thermal treatment (Part 265,
 Subpart P); chemical, physical, and biological
 treatment (Subpart Q); and underground injection
 (Subpart R). Explains when corrective action
 applies to these subparts. It presents the
relationship between Part 264, Subpart X, and Part
265, Subparts P, Q, and R.
Source:     NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: RCRA
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities (40
CFR Parts 264/265, Subparts A-E).
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
Date:        July 1996
Pages:       22
Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780192. See also
             PB96-207295.
Call No.      PB96-207287
Report No.   EPA/530/R-96/047
Abstract:     The management of hazardous waste
at treatment, storage, and disposal facilities
(TSDFs) plays a large and critical role in the
RCRA regulatory scheme. The training module
presents an overview of the general TSDF
standards found in 40 CFR Parts 264/265, Subparts
A through E.
Source:      NTIS
RCRA
    TSD
 RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
 Training Module. Introduction to: Strategy for
 Hazardous Waste Minimization and
 Combustion.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Solid Waste and Emergency
             Response
 Date:       November 1995
 Pages:      27
 NTIS No.:    PB96-780 416
 Report No.:  EPA/530/R-95/073
 Abstract:    This module presents an overview of
 the issues U.S. EPA has addressed within the
 context of the Strategy for Hazardous Waste
 Minimization and Combustion. The first section
 provides a detailed description of the history and
 goals of the strategy. The remaining sections
 present an in-depth discussion of hazardous waste
 minimization and combustion issues, such as
 regulatory requirements, controls and standards,
 risk assessment, enforcement and compliance
 assistance.
 Source:     NTIS
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               RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
               Training Module. Introduction to: Tanks.
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
                           of Solid Waste and Emergency
                           Response
               Date:        July 1996
               Pages:       24
               NTISNo.:    PB96-207261
               Report No.:  EPA/53O/R-96/045
               Abstract:     This module explains why and how
               Subpart J regulations apply to tanks holding
               hazardous waste. This manual identifies which
               tanks are regulated, defines specific terms
               pertaining to HW tanks, and provides CFR and FR
               citations. New tanks are distinguished from
               existing tanks, and how this status affects
               applicable regulations is explained. Secondary
               containment requirements are discussed, and
               requirements promulgated under HSWA and non-
               HSWA authority are differentiated and their
               applicability is explained.
               Source:      NTIS
RCRA
    TSD
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Used Oil (40
CFR Part 266, Subparts E, and Part 279).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       July 1996
Pages:      32
Notes:       Supersedes PB96-780309. See also
            PB96-780416.
NTISNo.:   PB96-207295
Report No.:  EPA/530/R-96/048
Abstract:    The module reviews the various
regulatory requirements associated with used oil
management. The goal of the training module is to
provide an overview of the used oil management
program and to explain the different regulatory
scenarios that can apply to used oil. The module
begins  by briefly tracing the developmental history
of the regulations concerning used oil. A summary
of the present used oil management program, as
well as a brief summary of the former program,
provides a basic comparison and introduction to
both programs.
Source:     NTIS
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               UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS (USTs)
                                           On-line Access
U.S. EPA Office of UST (OUST)
URL:       http://www.epa.gov/OUST/
Abstract:    The Office of Underground Storage
Tanks (OUST) site provides current information
relevant to the Federal underground storage tank
program, including publications about UST
requirements. It provides direct links to home
pages of many state and regional UST programs.
    CLU-IN: UST Special Interest Area
    URL:       http://www.clu-in.com/ustl.htm
    Abstract:    The CLU-IN Special Interest Area
    (SIA) for the U.S. EPA Office of Underground
    Storage Tanks (OUST) provides direct links to the
    home pages (where they exist) of the UST
    programs in each of the 56 states and territories,
    the 10 U.S. EPA Regional Offices, as well as to
    OUSTs home page. The site also contains files
    organized within 13 topic areas relating to USTs.
 Are You Upgrading an Underground Storage
 Tank System?
 Date:       August 1997
 Report No.:   EPA/510/F-97/009
 Abstract:     This leaflet can help UST owners
 and operators make sound decisions about
 choosing tank integrity assessment methods and
 upgrading USTs to meet 1998 deadline
 requirements.
 Download:,   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
             pubs/upgrade.wpd (730 KB,
             WordPerfect V.6.1 file)
 Closing Underground Storage Tanks: Brief
 Facts.
 Date:       July 1996
 Report No.:  EPA/510/F-96/004
 Pages:      2
 Abstract:    This tri-fold flyer presents briefly
 stated facts about proper UST system closure.
 Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
             pubs/clo.exe (91 KB. Compressed,
             self-extracting file)
 Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
             pubs/clo.w61 (178 KB, WordPerfect
             V.6.1 file)
Documents

     Doing Inventory Control Right: For
     Underground Storage Tanks.
     Date:        November 1993
     Report No.:   EPA/510/B-93/004
     Pages:      17
     Abstract:     This booklet describes inventory
     control methods that can be used to help owners
     and operators of underground storage tank (UST)
     systems meet federal regulatory leak detection
     requirements. The booklet provides a step-by-step
     process for inventory control that is clear and easy
     to follow.
     Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
                 pubs/inventry.exe (571 KB.
                 Compressed, self-extracting file)
     Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
                 pubs/INVENTRY.WPl (448 KB.
                 WordPerfect V.5.1 format)
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   USTs
               Dollars & Sense.
               Date:        July 1995
               Report No.:   EPA/510/K-95/004
               Pages:       15
               Abstract:     This booklet provides a plain-
               English summary of UST owners' and operators'
               financial responsibilities under Federal UST
               regulations. Includes definition of financial
               responsibility—evidence of owners' and operators'
               ability to ensure, through insurance or other means,
               that they can pay for cleanups and third-party
               damages associated with a release.
               Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerust I/
                            pubs/dollars.exe (118 KB.
                            Compressed, self-extracting file)
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                            pubs/dollars.w61 (409 KB, 6-22-95.
                            WordPerfect V.5.1 file)
               Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
                            pubs/dol&sens.pdf (PDF Format)
Don't Wait Until 1998: Spill, Overfill, and
Corrosion Protection for Underground Storage
Tanks.
Date:        April 1994
Report No.:   EPA/510/B-94/002
Pages:       16
Abstract:     This booklet clearly explains how
UST owners and operators can meet 1998 deadline
for upgrading, closing, or replacing UST systems
installed before December 1988.
Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerust 1 /
             pubsAiontwt61.exe (224 KB, 2-18-
             97. Compressed, self-extracting file)
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             pubs/dontwait.w61 (401 KB, 2-18-
             97. WordPerfect V.6.1 file)
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             pubs/dontwt51.exe (236 KB, 2-18-
             97. Compressed, self-extracting file)
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             pubs/dontwait.wp (449 KB,  10-11-
             96. WordPerfect V.5.1 file)
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             pubs/dwspnish.exe (210 KB.
             Spanish translation (EPA/510/B-
             95/008). Compressed, self-extracting
             file)
                                                     Don't Wait Until 1998: Brief Facts.
                                                     Report No.:  EPA/510/F-95/002
                                                     Abstract:    This leaflet is intended for
                                                     distribution to owners and operators via mass
                                                     mailings, newsletters, or other periodic mailings.
                                                     Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
                                                                 pubs/19981et.exe (133 KB, 1-13-97.
                                                                 Compressed, self-extracting file)
                                                     Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
                                                                 pubs/19981et.w61 (223 KB, 6-21-95.
                                                                 WordPerfect V.6.1 file)
Expedited Site Assessment Tools for
Underground Storage Tank Sites: A Guide for
Regulators.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Underground
             Storage Tanks
Date:        March 1997
Report No.:   EPA/510/B-97/001
Abstract:     The expedited site assessment (ESA)
process is a framework for rapidly characterizing
UST site conditions for corrective action decisions.
This concept has been described with other names
including: accelerated site characterization, rapid
site characterization, and expedited site
investigation. OUST has prepared a guidance
manual to help state regulators understand the ESA
process so that they can more effectively oversee
and promote ESAs to improve the remediation
process. The manual discusses the applicability,
advantages, and limitations of various site
assessment equipment and methods.
Source:      GPO
                                                                   Guidance Manual for Petroleum-Related LUST
                                                                   Cleanups in Illinois, Spring 1990. 2nd edition.
                                                                   Author:      Illinois State EPA, Springfield,
                                                                                Division of Land Pollution Control
                                                                   Date:        1990
                                                                   Pages:       194
                                                                   Notes:       See also PB90-125378. Errata sheet
                                                                                inserted.
                                                                   NTISNo.:    PB90-244203
                                                                   Report No.:   IEPA/LPC-90/47
                                                                   Abstract:     The manual explains the Illinois
                                                                   EPA's Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST)
                                                                   Program. It is designed to assist the owners and
                                                                   operators of Illinois' underground storage tanks
                                                                   (USTs) in dealing with releases of petroleum
                                                                   products from their systems. The manual is
                                                                   presented in chronological step-by-step format so
                                                                   that tank owners and operators may easily fulfill
                                                                   the current requirements of the Illinois regulations
                                                                   and understand IEPA procedures. The manual
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covers all aspects of dealing with LUSTs, from
how to determine if a release of a petroleum
product has occurred, to how to clean-up the
release and how to apply for reimbursement for
corrective action costs from the Illinois
. Underground Storage Tank Fund.
Source:      NTIS
 How to Effectively Recover Free Product at
 Leaking Underground Storage Tank Sites: A
 Guide for State Regulators.
 Date:       September 1996
 ReportNo.:  EPA/510/R-96/001
 Abstract:    This guide helps underground
 storage tank regulators understand the portion of a
 UST corrective action plan that proposes free
 product recovery technologies. The manual focuses
 on appropriate technology use, taking into
 consideration site-specific conditions. The guide
 helps answer whether free product recovery is
 necessary, if an appropriate method has been
 proposed for recovery, and if the recovery plan
 provides a technically sound approach for site
 remediation.
 How to Evaluate Alternative Cleanup
 Technologies for Underground Storage Tank
 Sites: A Guide for Corrective Action Plan
 Reviewers.
 Date:        September 1996
 ReportNo.:   EPA/510/B-94/003
 GPONo.:    055-000-00499-4
 Abstract:     This manual covers 8 alternative
 technologies: soil vapor extraction (SVE), air
 sparging, biosparging, landfarming, biopiles,
 bioventing, low-temperature thermal desorption,
 and natural attenuation. In May 1995, two
 additional chapters (dual-phase extraction and in
 situ groundwater bioremediation) were added and
 the Introduction and Glossary were updated at the
 same time. The revised document carries the same
 title but a new number—EPA/510/B-95/007. The
 entire guide, which includes complete chapters
 (with diagrams, flowcharts, and checklists) on all
  10 of the alternative technologies and a glossary, is
  available from the Government Printing Office.
  Download:    http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
               pubs/tumstextexe (369 KB.
               Compressed, self-extracting file
               decompresses  into a WordPerfect
               5.1/2 file of the first 8 technologies.
               TEXT ONLY.)
  Download:    http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
               pubs/tumintro.w51 (26 KB. Word
            Perfect V.5.1. file. Updated
            introduction to 'How to Evaluate
            Alternative Cleanup Technologies
            for UST Sites...')
Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
            pubs/atmglos2.w51 (69 KB. Word
            Perfect V.5.1 file. Updated glossary
            for the alternative technology
            manual (includes words from 2 new
            chapters))
Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
            pubs/dualphas.w51 (161  KB. Word
            Perfect V.5.1 file. New chapter on
            'Dual-Phase Extraction1. TEXT
            ONLY.)
Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
            pubs/insitbio.wp5 (154 KB. Word
             Perfect V.5.1 file. New chapter on
             "in situ groundwater bioremediation'.
             TEXT ONLY.)
Source:      GPO
 Introduction to Statistical Inventory
 Reconciliation: For Underground Storage
 Tanks.
 Date:        September 1995
 ReportNo.:  EPA/510/B-95/009
 Pages:      12
 Abstract:    This booklet provides basic
 information on this leak detection method.
 Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
             pubs/sir.exe (604 KB. Compressed,
             self-extracting file decompresses
             into a Microsoft Word for Windows
             V.6.0 file)
 List of Leak Detection Evaluations for UST
 Systems. 3rd Edition, April 25,1997.
 Report No.:   EPA/510/B-97/004
 Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
              pubs/ldlistwd.exe (308 KB.
              Compressed, self-extracting file
              decompresses into a Microsoft Word
              for Windows V.6.0 file)
 Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
              pubs/ldlistwp.exe (275 KB.
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              decompresses into a WordPerfect
              V.5.1 file)
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              pubs/ldlist3.pdf (1.1 MB. PDF
              Format)
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               Manual Tank Gauging: For Small Underground
               Storage Tanks.
               Date:        November 1993
               Report No.:   EPA/510/B-93/005
               Pages:       12
               Abstract:     This booklet provides simple, easy
               to follow, step-by-step directions for the correct
               way to conduct manual tank gauging for tanks
               2,000 gallons or smaller.
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                            pubs/manltank.wp (358 KB.
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                            decompresses into a WordPerfect
                            V.5.1 file)
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                            pubs/manltank.wp (1.0 MB.
                            WordPerfect V.5.1 format)
Musts for USTs: A Summary of the Federal
Regulations for Underground Storage Tank
Systems.
Report No.:   EPA/510/K-95/002
Pages:       40
Abstract:     This booklet summarizes Federal
UST requirements for installation, release
detection, spill, overfill, and corrosion protection,
corrective action, closure, reporting and
recordkeeping.
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             pubs/mustsw61.exe (1.85 MB
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             decompresses into a WordPerfect
             V.6.1 file)
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             pubs/nu-musts.wpd (4.4 MB
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             pubs/mustswp5.exe (1.6 MB
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             decompresses into a WordPerfect
             V.5.1 file)
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             pubs/nu-musts.wp5 (3.5 MB
             WordPerfect V.5.1 file)
                                                     Ordering Information on Underground Storage
                                                     Tanks.
                                                     Date:        June 1997
                                                     Report No.:  EPA/510/F-97/003
                                                     Abstract:     This leaflet describes free UST
                                                     informational leaflets and booklets, as well as
                                                     several videos available for a fee.
                                                     Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
                                                                 pubs/orderust.wpd (836 KB, 05-27-
                                                                 97. WordPerfect V.6.1 file)
                                                     Download:   http ://www. epa. go v/s werust 1 /
                                                                 pubs/orderust.exe (602 KB, 07-01-
                                                                 97. Compressed, self-extracting file
                                                                 decompresses  into a WordPerfect
                                                                 V.6.1 file)
Pay-For-Performance Cleanups: Effectively
Managing Underground Storage Tank
Cleanups.
Date:        June 1996
Report No.:   EPA/510/B-96/002
Abstract:     This guide to performance-based
cleanup contracting as an alternative to traditional
time-and-materials cleanup contracts contains the
follow sections: Section 1 for policy makers. Why
pay-for-performance cleanups can achieve cleanup
goals faster and more cost-effectively than time-
and-materials cleanups. Section 2 for managers of
cleanup funds or programs. How to start, scale up,
and maintain a program of pay-for-performance
UST cleanups. Section 3 for hands-on cleanup
overseers. How to draft an  individual pay-for-
performance UST cleanup  agreement. This guide is
a starting point from which state officials, cleanup
contractors, and UST owners can design PFP
cleanup programs tailored to their own
circumstances.
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             pubs/pfp.exe (71 KB. Compressed,
             self-extracting file decompresses
             into a WordPerfect V.6.1 file)
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             pubs/pfp.w61 (170 KB WordPerfect
             V.6.1 file)
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             pubs/pfp.pdf (PDF format)
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State Funds in Transition: Models for
Underground Storage Tank Assurance Funds.
Date:        January 1997
Report No.:   EPA/510/B-97/002
Pages:       40
Abstract:     This booklet is intended for state
officials who are considering changes and
alternatives to their state funds. The booklet
presents "case studies" describing some of the
activities that three states have conducted in
making a transition from a state fund program to
other financial assurance mechanisms. The booklet
also describes five programs that might serve as
"models" for states that have decided to change the
structure of their state funds.
Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
             pubs/statefnd.exe (compressed, self-
             extracting file, 116 KB)
 Straight Talk on Tanks: Leak Detection
 Methods for Petroleum Underground Storage
 Tanks and Piping.
 Date:       September 1997
 Report No.:  EPA/510/B-97/007
 Pages:      28
 Abstract:    This booklet, which has been newly
 updated, provides easy-to-understand descriptions
 of several leak detection methods for tanks and
 piping, as well as explanations of the regulatory
 requirements for leak detection. Leak detection
 methods include: secondary containment with
 interstitial monitoring, automatic tank gauging,
 vapor monitoring, groundwater monitoring,
 statistical inventory control, tank tightness testing
 with inventory control, and manual tank gauging.
 Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
             pubs/stot97.exe (609 KB.
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             decompresses into a WordPerfect
              V.6.1 file)
 Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
              pubs/stot97.wpd (1.4 MB, 8-28-97.
             -WordPerfect V.6.1 file)
UST/LUST Enforcement Procedures Guidance
Manual.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Underground Storage Tanks
Date:       July 1990                   :
Pages:      54
OCLCNo:.  26706634
NEISNo.:   528
Report No.:  9610.11
Abstract:    This manual, written by and for U.S.
EPA's enforcement staff, contains the guidance
that leads agency inspectors as they respond to
violations of UST technical regulations. The
manual also contains concise, plain English
explanations of corrective action requirements.
Source:     OCLC, NEIS
 Underground Storage Tanks: Requirements and
 Options.
 Date:        June 1997
 Report No.:  EPA/510/F-97/005
 Abstract:     A leaflet directed to nonmarketers of
 petroleum that provides a quick overview of
 responsibilities and choices for complying with
 Federal UST regulations. The leaflet also provides
 a selected list of relevant publications and other
 sources of information about USTs.
 Download:   http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
             pubs/ustsrao.exe (compressed, self-
             extracting file, 600 KB)
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   USTs
Use of Natural Attenuation at Superfund,
RCRA Corrective Action, and Underground
Storage Tank Sites.
Publisher:   U.S. EPA Office of Solid Waste and
            Emergency Response
Date:       December 1997
Pages:      34
Report No.:  OSWER 9200.4-17
Abstract:    This directive clarifies U.S. EPA's
policy regarding the use of monitored natural
attenuation for the remediation of contaminated
soil and groundwater at sites regulated under all
programs administered by U.S. EPA's OSWER,
including Superfund, RCRA Corrective Action,
and USTs.
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            directive/d9200417.pdf (PDF
            format)
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            directive/9200417z.htm
            (preformatted text)
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            directive/9200_417.htm (with
            hyperlinks)
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            directive/d9200417.wpd
            (WordPerfect 6.1)
                                                                  UST Program Facts: Implementing Federal
                                                                  Requirements for Underground Storage Tanks.
                                                                  Date:       December 1996
                                                                  Report No.:  EPA/510/B-96/007
                                                                  Abstract:    A collection of 8 fact sheets
                                                                  designed to help Federal and state authorities
                                                                  answer the most frequently asked questions about
                                                                  USTs with consistent, accurate information in plain
                                                                  language. Other interested parties will find this
                                                                  publication provides a concise, comprehensive
                                                                  review of regulatory programs for USTs.  The 8
                                                                  fact sheets are in HTML format. These updated
                                                                  fact sheets have hypertext links to other
                                                                  information resources.
                                                                  Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
                                                                              pubs/ustfact.exe(l.l MB.
                                                                              Compressed, self-extracting file
                                                                              decompresses into a WordPerfect
                                                                              V.6.1 file)
                                                                  Download:  http://www.epa.gov/swerustl/
                                                                              pubs/ustfacts.96 (1.6 MB.
                                                                              WordPerfect V.6.1)
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   "esource Conservation and Recovery Act, Superfund, and Underground Storage Tank
 ources
                                              Training
RCRA/UST, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: RCRA
Subtitle I. Underground Storage Tanks (40 CFR
Part 280).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       July 1996
Pages:      24
Notes:      Supersedes PB96-125752.
NTISNo.:   PB96-211727
Report No.:  EPA/510/B-06/006
Abstract:    This module explains the
Underground Storage Tank Regulatory Program
established in 1988 that includes technical
requirements to prevent, protect, and clean up
releases from Underground Storage Tanks (USTs),
as well as financial responsibility requirements to
guarantee that UST owners and operators have
enough money set aside to clean up releases and
compensate third parties. Describes the Universe of
USTs and the technical and financial requirements
that apply to them. Defines underground storage
tank and provides criteria for determining which
USTs are subject to regulation. Discusses deadlines
for upgrading tanks and the closure and  corrective
action requirements.
Source:     NTIS
RCRA, Superfund and EPCRA Hotline
Training Module. Introduction to: Tanks (40
CFR Parts 264/265, Subpart J).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Solid Waste and Emergency
            Response
Date:       July 1996
Pages:      25
Notes:      Supersedes PB96-780234. See also
            PB96-207279.
NTISNo.:   PB96-207261
Report No.:  EPA/53O/R-96/045
Abstract:    The module identifies, based on tank
contents and operation, tanks that are regulated
under parts 264/265, subpart J. It defines specific
terms pertaining to hazardous waste tanks, and
provides CFR or Federal Register citations. It
distinguishes 'new tanks' from 'existing tanks' and
identifies how this status affects applicable
regulations. It discusses secondary containment
requirements for liners, vaults, and double-walled
tanks, as well as secondary containment for
ancillary equipment. It identifies which of the
hazardous waste requirements were promulgated
under the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments
(HSWA) and non-HSWA authority and explains
how each applies in authorized and unauthorized
states.
Source:      NTIS
RCRA
   USTs
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              Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Superfund, and Underground Storage Tank
             Sources	
                                                         Videos

             Searching For an Honest Tank: A Guide to Underground Storage Tank Facility Compliance Inspections.
             Author:      New England Interstate Environmental Training Center, South Portland, ME
             Date:       1992
             Report No.:   EPA/510/V-92/101
             Format:     Video [UST #76V] & companion booklet
             Source:      (207) 767-2539 [tel.], (207) 767-7174 [fax]
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   USTs
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Toxic Substances Control Act Sources
                         Brief History of the Toxic Substances Control Act

1976 - Congress passed the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) to test, regulate, or screen all chemicals
produced or imported into the United States.
•   Authorized the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) to monitor and control the
    risks posed by commercial chemical substances to ensure broad cradle to grave regulatory authority for
    chemicals produced, used or imported into the U.S.
•   Provided U.S. EPA broad regulatory powers over chemical substances and mixtures and the authority to
    require manufacturers to conduct testing, maintain recordkeeping, and report their production, use, labeling
    and disposal of chemicals.

Regulations pertaining to TSCA can be found in 40 CFR Parts 700-799, available on-line at
http://www.epa.gov/docs/epacfr40/subch-R/. Check the Federal Register for new rules, proposed rules and
notices at http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/aces/acesl40.html	
                                         GENERAL
                                               Hotlines
TSCA Hotline
             (202)554-1404
             (202)554-0551 [TDD]
             (202) 554-5603
             tscahotline@epamail.epa.gov
             8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (EST), M-F
             The TSCA Hotline, operating under
Tel:

Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Abstract:
contract to U.S. EPA, is staffed by professionals
trained to provide technical assistance and
information about programs under TSCA,
including the Asbestos School Hazard Abatement
Act (ASHAA), the Asbestos Hazard Emergency
Response Act (AHERA), the Lead Exposure
Reduction Act, and some Pollution Prevention
activities, including the 33/50 Program. The
Hotline stocks TSCA-related documents, including
Federal Register notices, reports, and information
brochures and booklets. These are available free of
charge. Anyone with questions about these
activities may contact the Hotline for information
and assistance.
                                                                                                   TSCA
                                                                                                    General
                                             On-line Access
 Chemicals on Reporting Rules (CORR)
 Database
 URL:        http://www.epa.gov/opptintr/CORR/
 Abstract:    The CORR database contains
 information on chemicals which are regulated
 under specific sections of the Toxic Substances
 Control Act (TSCA), or Section 313 of the
 Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
 Know Act (EPCRA). These chemicals have been
                                                     the subject of proposed or final rules issued by the
                                                     Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics (OPPT)
                                                     in the Federal Register. TSCA 5(e) consent order
                                                     chemicals subject to the TSCA 12(b) rule are also
                                                     included.
                  Common Seme Solutions to Hnviionniirnml Problems
 ** Reminder ** - For the most up-to-date information, check U.S.
 EPA's Enviro$en$e web site, http://es.epa.gov, or check with a local
 technical assistance provider (see Appendix B).

 To obtain the materials listed, see page 2. ,	
                                                                           TSCA TOC
                                                                  General	87
                                                                  Import/Export	90
                                                                  Inspection/Compliance	91
                                                                  Inventory	92
                                                                  Premanufacture Notification	93
                                                                  Substantial Risk Notification:
                                                                  Section 8(e)	94
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               Toxic Substances Control Act Sources
              TOXNET (National Library of Medicine)
              URL:       http://hlm.nih.gov
              Telnet:      toxnet.nlm.nih.gov:23/
              Modem:     (301)946-1184
              Tel:         (301)496-6531
              Abstract:    Once in the TOXNET system, the
              user may select to access the TRI database or one
              of several other information units containing data
              on the health and ecological effects of toxic
              chemicals. Chemical safety and handling
              descriptions are also available.
TSCA
 General
              Answering User Needs For TSCA Information
              Products Resource and Policy Issues.
              Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Pollution
                          Prevention and Toxics
              Date:        September 1992
              Pages:       51
              Call No.:     T58.64.A57 1992
              OCLCNo.:   32915024
              Report No.:   68-D8-0116
              Source:      OCLC
Complete Guide to the Hazardous Waste
Regulations: A Comprehensive, Step-By-Step
Guide to the Regulation of Hazardous Wastes
under RCRA, TSCA, HMTA, OSHA, and
Superfund. Second edition.
Author:      Wagner, Travis.
Publisher:   Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York,
            NY
Date:       1994
Pages:      488
Call No.:    KF3946.W34 1994
OCLCNo.:   32901335
LCCN:      90012356
ISBN:       04420035520442019319
Notes:      Rev. ed. of: The complete handbook
            of hazardous waste regulation.
            c!988. Includes index.
Source:      OCLC
                                                           Documents
                                                  Federal Chemical Regulation: TSCA, EPCRA
                                                  and the Pollution Prevention Act.
                                                  Author:     Lewis, Cynthia A.
                                                  Publisher:   Bureau of National Affairs,
                                                              Washington, DC
                                                  Date:       1997
                                                  Pages:      551
                                                  Call No.:     KF3958.L49 1997
                                                  OCLCNo.:   36739565
                                                  LCCN:      97013480
                                                  ISBN:       1570180423 (hardcover)
                                                  Source:     OCLC
Layman's Guide to the Toxic Substances
Control Act.
Date:       1993
Report No.:   EPA/745/K-93/004
Source:      NCEPI, TSCA Hotline
                                                               Master Testing List.
                                                               Publisher:    U.S. EPA, Office of Prevention,
                                                                           Pesticides and Toxic Substances,
                                                                           Office of Pollution Prevention and
                                                                           Toxics, Washington, DC
                                                               Date:        December 1996
                                                               Pages:       19
                                                               Call No.:     TP202.M37 1996
                                                               OCLCNo.:   36129815
                                                               Source:      OCLC
                                                               New Chemicals Program.
                                                               Date:        1993
                                                               Report No.:   EPA/745/F-93/004
                                                               Source:      NCEPI, TSCA Hotline
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Process-Based Self-Assessment Tool for the
Organic Chemical Industry.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Enforcement and Compliance
            Assurance
Date:       December 1997
Pages:    „ 400
Report No.:  EPA/305/B-97/002
Abstract:    This guide is a resource on Federal
environmental regulations for small-to-medium-
sized organic chemical manufacturing facilities.
This manual 1) provides a general approach for
performing a multimedia self-assessment to
evaluate compliance with environmental
regulations, and 2) provides industry-specific
process and regulatory information necessary for
conducting an assessment at an organic chemical
manufacturing facility. The general approach
section describes the steps for planning,
conducting, and following up a multimedia self-
assessment. Industry-specific information is given
to supplement the generic self-assessment
approach. This document describes processes
found throughout the chemical manufacturing
industry and identifies potential releases from each
process and associated environmental legislation.
Additional regulatory requirements (such as
applicability, exemptions, monitoring, record  .
keeping, and reporting) potentially affecting
organic chemical manufacturers are summarized
by statute in the appendices.
Source: NCEPI, U.S. EPA web site
(http://www.epa.gov)
 Screening and Testing Chemicals in Commerce.
 Author:      Office of Technology Assessment,
             Washington, DC
 Date:        September 1995,
 Pages:      129        .
 Report No.:  OTA-BP-ENV-166
 NTISNo.:    PB96T107545INZ
 Source:      NTIS
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
Awareness Manual.
Publisher:   Chemical Manufacturers
            Association, Washington, DC
Date:        1994
Pages:      55
CallNo.:    KF3958.T675  1994
OCLCNo.:  30419879            .    •
Notes:      Originally published January 1991,
            revised February 1994
Source:     QCLC
TSCA Confidential Business Information
.Security Manual.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
             of Pollution Prevention and Toxics
Date:  ,1993
Pages:       139
Report No.:   EPA/749/R-95/004
Control No.:  317524899
NTISNo.:    PB93-184844INZ
Abstract:    The manual sets forth procedures for
handling information claimed as confidential
business information (CBI) under Section 14 of
TSCA, which requires U.S. EPA to protect from
public disclosure CBI obtained under TSCA and
imposes criminal penalties for the knowing and
willful unauthorized release or disclosure of such
information. U.S. EPA.has issued regulations (40
CFR Part 2) that implement TSCA's confidentiality
provisions. The procedures in the manual
supplement those set forth in TSCA and in 40 CFR
Part 2.
Source:      NTIS, NCEPI
TSCA
 General
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              fjrbxic Substances Control Act Sources
                                                        I Software

              Test Guidelines from Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances (OPPTS) Series (on CD-
              ROM) (Database).
              Org:        U.S. EPA, Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances
              NTISNo.:   PB98-500010INC
              Abstract:    This CD-ROM contains the series of harmonized test guidelines that have been developed by the
              U.S. EPA for testing pesticides and toxic substances, developing test data that must be submitted to the U.S.
              EPA for review under TSCA (15 U.S.C. 2601) and FIFRA (7 U.S.C. 136, et seq.) The purpose of harmonizing
              these guidelines into a single set is to minimize variations among test procedures that must be performed to
              meet the U.S. EPA data requirements. Also included on the CD-ROM is a bibliography of Pesticide Assessment
              Guidelines and their amendments available through NTIS. The CD-ROM contains issued OPPTS test
              guidelines and any subsequent updates.
              Format:     CD-ROM. Adobe Acrobat search engine included. WINDOWS 3.1, Windows NT 3.5 or later or
              Windows 95; 8 MB RAM recommended, 4 MB required. Mac version requires 68020 processor or greater with
              4 MB RAM recommended and System 7.0 or greater; CD-ROM drive. 4.7 MB disk space. UNIX versions
              available for SUN SPARC station and HP Series 9000.
              Source:     NTIS
                                              IMPORT/EXPORT
TSCA
 General
    m
 Import/
 Export
                                                          Documents
Toxic Substances Control Act: A Guide for Chemical Importers/Exporters. An Overview.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Toxic Substances
Date:       1993
Report No.:  EPA/745/K-93/007
Abstract:    The publication summarizes the requirements of sections 12(b), Exports, and 13, Imports, of the
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), and the rules and policies issued under these sections.
Source:      NTIS.NCEPI
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Toxic Substances Control Act Sources
                        INSPECTION/COMPLIANCE
                                            Documents
Case Proceedings Guidance Manual: Toxic
Substances Control Act.
Publisher:   U.S. EPA, Office of Compliance
           Monitoring, Washington, DC
Date:      1992
OCLCNo.:  28564079
Source:     OCLC
CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws
Manual: Summary and Part 2. CAA, TSCA,
and Other Statutes.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Emergency and Remedial
            Response
Date:       April 1990
Pages:      11
Control No.:  032026995
Stock No.:    PB90-272550
Report No.:   EPA/9234.2-07/FS
NTISNo.:    PB90-272550INZ
Notes:      See also PB90-272543.
Abstract:     The fact sheet provides a guide to
Chapters 2 and 3  of Part II of the 'CERCLA
Compliance With Other Laws Manual.' The sixth
in a series, this fact sheet focuses on CERCLA
compliance with the Clean Air Act (CAA), the
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), and the
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide
Act. In addition, it discusses other statutes that set
standards for radioactive wastes, mining wastes,
and other resource protection statutes that are
potential Applicable or Relevant and Appropriate
Requirements (ARARs) for CERCLA actions.
Source:      NTIS
Multi-Media Compliance Inspection Manual for
Enforcement Programs in Air, Water, RCRA,
CERCLA, TSCA & FIFRA. Fourth edition.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement
           and Compliance Monitoring,
           Washington, DC
Date:       1989
CallNo.:    KF3775.M8 1989
OCLCNo.:  20533402
Source:     OCLC
TSCA Compliance Handbook.
Author:      Griffin, Ginger L.
Publisher:    J. Wiley & Sons, New York, NY
Edition:      3rd ed.
Date:       1996
Pages:       368
CallNo.:    KF3958.G75 1996
OCLCNo.:   34546659
LCCN:      96017529
ISBN:       0471162272 (acid-free paper)
Source:      OCLC
TSCA Landfill Inspection Guidance Manual.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Region V, Pesticides and
            Toxic Substances Branch, Chicago,
            IL
Date:       March 1990
Pages:      93
CallNo.:    TD795.7U561
OCLCNo.:   22730791
Source:      OCLC
                                                 TSCA Inspection Guidance Office of
                                                 Compliance Monitoring.
                                                 Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Compliance
                                                            Monitoring
                                                 Date:       November 1993
                                                 Call No.:    KF3958.A31 T69 1993
                                                 OCLCNo.:  29892208
                                                 ISBN:       0865873585
                                                 Source:     OCLC
TSCA
Inspection/
Compliance
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               'Tbxic Substances Control Act Sources
                                                    INVENTORY
                                                             Documents
              Sampling for Organic Chemicals in Air.
              Author:      U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park, NC, Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Lab
              Date:        1994
              Pages:       130
              NTISNo.:    PB95-128112
              Report No.:   EPA/600/A-94/183
              Abstract:     More than 90% of the 75,000 chemicals listed in U.S. EPA's Toxic Substances Control Act
              Chemical Substance Inventory and 88% of the 189 Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) named in the Clean Air
              Act Amendments of 1990 are organic. The various methods of sampling airborne organics are reviewed and
              discussed here and 275 literature citations are given. Special sampling difficulties associated with chemical
              behavior in the atmosphere, such as reactivity and phase distribution, are discussed. The pros and cons of
              sampling devices, sorbents, and other sampling parameters are presented in the context of chemical type, with
              special application to the Clean Air Act HAPs. The elements of good quality assurance practice in organic
              chemical air sampling are also discussed.
              Source:      NTIS
                                                           Software
TSCA
Inventory
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA):
Searchable Database on CD-ROM, January
1997. TSCA Chemical Substances Inventory:
Revised Inventory Synonym and Preferred
Name File and SARA Title III (on CD-ROM).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office
            of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics
Date:       1997
NTISNo.:   PB97-501423
Control No.: 712601190
Stock No.:   PB97-501423 (CD-ROM)
            PB97-501431 (ASCII text on disk)
            PB97-501456 (datafile on mag. tape)
CD Notes:   Windows version requires 386 or
            greater processor with 4 MB RAM
            and Windows 3.1 or greater. Mac
            version requires 68020 processor or
            greater with 2 MB RAM and System
            7.0 or greater. 'Adobe Acrobat
            Reader with Search for CD' software
            is provided. Supersedes PB96-
            502596, PB96-501267, and PB96-
            501259.
Abstract:    The TSCA CD-ROM assists in
identifying chemical substances and cross-
referencing to their regulatory names to help
companies comply with Community Right To
Know requirements, SARA reporting and OSHA.
This easy-to-use CD-ROM lists the latest public
information on more than 62,000 chemicals or
chemical substances manufactured or imported into
the U.S. for commercial purposes as defined under
TSCA. The TSCA Chemical Substances Inventory
provides a link between chemicals in the
workplace and regulatory requirements. The data
provided includes the Chemical Abstracts Service
(CAS) Registry Number, Preferred CA Index
Name, molecular formula, and the chemical names
reported by the submitters of the data. It also
contains U.S. EPA codes to identify those
substances that are either subject of a U.S. EPA
rule or order promulgated under TSCA or that are
exempt from TSCA inventory update rule
reporting, as well as, the Preferred Chemical
Abstracts Index Name, CERCLA RQ, RCRA code
and more. Two other files are provided: the
'Premanufacture Notification (PMN) Number to
EPA Accession Number Link' file as well as and
SARA Title III Consolidated Chemical List data.
These lists should be used as a reference tool, not
as a definitive source of compliance information.
The CD-ROM provides an easy, electronic lookup
to identify chemical substances and also assists in
identifying chemical substances and cross-
referencing to their regulatory names. It has an
intuitive interface for search, display and output
using Adobe Acrobat CD search software: (1)
Search on Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS)
name, CAS number, common name, molecular
formula or the chemical names re-ported by the
submitters of the data; and (2) Print or cut and
paste into a word processor information of interest.
Source:      NTIS
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             PREMANUFACTURE NOTIFICATION (PMN)
                                              Documents
Chemistry Assistance Manual for Premanufacture Notification Submitters.
Alt. Title:    Premanufacture Notification: Chemistry Assistance for Submitters.
Author:      DeVito, Stephen; Farris, Carol
Publisher:   John Wiley and Sons
Date:       March 1997
Report No.:  EPA/744/R-97/003
ISDN:       0-471-19151-5
Abstract:    This manual is designed to assist people involved with the design and development of new
chemical substances with certain technical aspects of submitting Premanufacture Notices (PMN's) to U.S. EPA
under TSCA. It is hoped that, with this information, submitters will be able to develop more physicochemical
property data and other technical information for new substances so that the Agency's ability to perform
accurate risk assessments will increase.
Contact:     TSCA Hotline [(202) 554-1404 or (800) 225-5945]
Download:   www.epa.gov/opptintr/chem-pmn/index.htrhl
                                            Software

Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)-PMN File: ASCII Text Data. TSCA Chemical Substances
Inventory: PMN Number to EPA Accession Number Link, January 1997 (for Microcomputers).
Author:     U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Office of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics
Date:       1997
ControlNo.: 712601210
NTISNo.:   PB97-501449
Notes:      This product contains text only. Customers must provide their own search and retrieval software.
            Supersedes PB96-503248 and PB96-501267. See also PB97-501423. The datafile is on one 3 1/2
            inch DOS diskette, 1.44M high density. File format: ASCII text.
Abstract:    The PMN Number to EPA Accession Number Link Diskette provides a cross-reference of these
numbers for commenced PMNs on the confidential portion of the TSCA Master Inventory File. Neither this
cross-reference nor the additional information included is TSCA Confidential Business Information. Provided
on the diskette for each confidential commenced PMN are the PMN Case Number, EPA Accession Number,
Generic Name, and EPA special flags. The sequence of the file is in ascending PMN case Number order with 'P'
case numbers sorted first, followed by 'Y' case numbers.
Source:     NTIS
        TSCA
          PMN
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            Jlxi,
>xic Substances Control Act Sources
                 SUBSTANTIAL RISK NOTIFICATION: SECTION 8(E)
           Answers to Your Questions about the TSCA
           Section 8(E) Rule.
           Date:      1993
           Report No.:  EPA/745/F-93/005
           Source:     NCEPI
                                                Documents
                                     TSCA 8(E) Reporting Guide {6/91}.
                                     Date:      June 1991
                                     Report No.:  EPA/745/K-91 /100
                                     Source:     NCEPI
TSCA
 Section
  8(E)
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 ffnvironmentalAuditing Sources
                                       GENERAL
                                              Documents
 ANSI/ISO 1400 Series: Environmental
 Management Systems and Environmental
 Audits.
 Publisher:    American Society for Testing &
             Materials, West Conshohocken, PA
 Date:        1996
 Report No.:   ANSI/ISO 14001-1996, ANSI/ISO
             14004-1996, ANSI/ISO 14010-
             1996, ANSI/ISO 14011-1996,
             ANSI/ISO 14012-1996
 OCLC:      37142881
 ISBN:        0803118333
 Source:      OCLC
Environmental Auditing - A Useful Tool that
Can Improve Environmental Performance and
Reduce Costs.
Author:     General Accounting Office,
            Resources, Community and
            Economic Development Div,
            Washington, DC
Date:       April 1995
Pages:      95
NTISNo.:    AD-A296 370/OINZ
Report No.:  GAO/RCED-95-37
Source:     NTIS
 Development of the ISO 14012 Standard on
 Environmental Auditor Qualifications, A U.S.
 Perspective.
 Author:      Schomer, Dawne; Cooley, Cynthia
 Date:        1995
 Pages:       16
 ReportNo.:   95-FA159.01
 OCLC:       34693959
 Abstract:     For presentation at Air & Waste
'Management Association's 88th Annual Meeting
 & Exhibition, San Antonio, TX, June 18-23, 1995
 Source:      OCLC
Environmental Auditing-Principles and General
Practices (NSF Standard).
Author:      NSF International, Ann Arbor, MI
Date:       March 1995
Pages:      36
NTIS No.:    NSF 110-1995INR
Abstract:    This standard establishes the
minimum requirements of a comprehensive
environmental management system (EMS) and is
intended to help organizations focus proactively on
improving environmental performance and
environmental stewardship. This document also
contains guidance for developing an EMS or
improving an existing one. Effective
implementation of an EMS enhances an
organization's ability to achieve and maintain
compliance with relevant environmental laws and
regulations.
Source:      NTIS
                                                                                              AUDIT
                                                                                                General
                 Common Sense Solutions m Euvimnmcntal Problems
 ** Reminder ** - For the most up-to-date information, check U.S.
 EPA's Enviro$en$e web site, http://es.epa.gov, or check with a local
 technical assistance provider (see Appendix B).

 To obtain the materials listed, see page 2.
                                                                         EA TOC
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                 nvironmental Auditing Sources
              Environmental Audit Program Design
              Guidelines for Federal Agencies.
              Author:      U.S. EPA Office of Enforcement
                          and Compliance Assurance
              Date:        Spring 1997
              Pages:       120
              Report No.:  EPA 300-B-96-011
              Abstract:     This document describes the
              components of a thorough environmental
              management program and informs the reader about
              the kinds of issues that arise and require addressing
              in environmental audits. This document is intended
              to be informative, not instructional, and should be
              used in conjunction with EPA's Generic Protocol
              for Conducting Environmental Audits of Federal
              Facilities in order to create and undertake an
              environmental auditing program.
              Source:      For hard copy with appendices, call
                          U.S. EPA (202-564-2461) or
                          download without appendices from
                          http://es.epa.gov/oeca/fedfac/compli
                          an/complian.html
              Environmental Management Systems and
              Environmental Auditing (ISO 14000).
              Author:     International Organization for
                          Standardization
              Publisher:   ASTM, Philadelphia, PA
              Date:       1995
              Notes:      Committee draft standard. ASTM
              publication control number 34-114000-65.
              Environmental auditing-Standards.
              OCLC:     34634911
              Source:     OCLC
AUDIT
  General
Generic Protocol for Conducting
Environmental Audits of Federal Facilities.
Volume 1, Phase 1 - Auditing for Compliance.
Volume 2, Phases 2 and 3 - Auditing
Environmental Management Systems. Third
Edition.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Federal
            Facilities Enforcement, Washington,
            DC
Date:       December 1996
Pages:      1446
Report No.:  EPA/300/B-96/012A and /012B
NTISNo.:   PB97-171193INZ
Source:     NTIS
                                                  Guidance Manual for EPA Chemical Safety
                                                  Audit Team Members.
                                                  Author:     Chemical Emergency Preparedness
                                                              Program; U.S. EPA, Office of Solid
                                                              Waste and Emergency Response
                                                  Date:       1990
                                                  OCLC No.:  26205111
                                                  Source:     OCLC
                                                   ISO 14000 EMS Audit Handbook.
                                                   Author:      Johnson, Gregory P.
                                                   Publisher:    St. Lucie Press, Boca Raton, FL
                                                   Date:        1997 (1st ed.)
                                                   Pages:       316
                                                   OCLC:      37232155
                                                   ISBN:        1574440691
                                                   Source:      OCLC
                                                   ISO 14010s-Environmental Auditing Tools and
                                                   Techniques for Passing or Performing
                                                   Environmental Audits.
                                                   Author:      Kuhre, W. Lee
                                                   Publisher:   Prentice Hall PTR, Upper Saddle
                                                               River, NJ
                                                   Date:        1996
                                                   Pages:      440 + 1 computer disk (3 1/2 in.)
                                                   Notes:       Requires Microsoft Word for
                                                               Windows; WordPerfect; Excel.
                                                   OCLC:      33207752
                                                   LCCN:      95042737
                                                   ISBN:       0133802051
                                                   Source:      OCLC
Multi-Media Investigations Guide.
Author:      National Enforcement Investigations
            Center
Date:       March 1992 (revised ed.)
Pages:      234
NTISNo.:   PB92-161553
Report No.:  EPA/300/9-89/003R
Abstract:    The manual provides guidance, not
required procedures, for multimedia compliance
investigations in the early 1990s. The manual
describes general activities and functions of
multimedia investigations and provides
information on special features of specific media
and associated statutes. Because laws, regulations
and procedures have changed since the manual's
publication, it should not be used as a reference for
current standards, but much of the information is
still applicable.
Source:     NTIS or download from
            http://es.epa.gov/oeca/mmmall.pdf
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Practical Tools arid Concepts for Environmental
Audits and Assessments.
Author:     U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Risk
          ;  (Reduction Engineering Lab
Date:       July 1993
Pages:      9              "
NTISNo.:   PB94-122611
Report No.:  EPA/600/A-93/280
Abstract:    This paper discusses the use of
Environmental Audits (EA), Pollution Prevention
Opportunity Assessments (PPOA), and Life Cycle
Assessment (LCA) as management tools designed
to identify and evaluate waste generating activities,
determine how to best manage the waste stream,
implement a waste management program, and
measure environmental progress. While EA targets
environmental compliance, PPOA targets the
reduction or elimination of waste generation
regardless of regulatory constraints.  LCA may
better be described as the foundation for proving
pollution prevention solutions and the
measurement of pollution prevention progress.
Source:      NTIS
Process-Based Investigation Guide.
Author:     U.S. EPA Office of Enforcement
            and Compliance Assurance
Date:       March 1997
Pages:      51
Report No.:  EPA/330/9-97/001
Abstract:    This document introduces and
defines the concept of "process-based"
investigations, discusses the usefulness of this
"tool", and provides a "road map" to planning and
conducting these types of investigations.
Source:     Download from
            http://es.epa.gov/oeca/oceft/neic/pro
            based.pdf
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                                                           Training

              Chemical Safety Audits (165.19) (Training Manual).
              Author:     U.S. EPA, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, Washington, DC
              Date:       1995
              Pages:      741
              Report No.:  EPA/540/R-95/137; OSWER-9285.9-19C
              NTISNo.:   PB96-963204
              Abstract:    This course, which is presented in cooperation with the U.S. EPA's Office of Chemical
              Emergency Preparedness Planning, introduces safety auditing for highly hazardous chemicals. It is based on
              U.S. EPA's Chemical Safety Audit program, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA)
              Process Safety Management (29 CFR 1910.119), and U.S. EPA's Risk Management Programs for Chemical
              Accidental Release Prevention (40 CFR Part 68). The course covers basic chemical systems and processes,
              chemical process hazards, process safety systems, process safety management, emergency response, chemical
              hazard mitigation, chemical hazard evaluation, hazard evaluation techniques, and incident (hazards material
              release) investigation. Interviewing techniques, computer modeling, and report writing are also covered.
              Source:     NTIS
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                                         GENERAL
                                             On-line Access
 European Union Eco Management and Audit
 Scheme.
 URL:        http://www.emas.lu/
 Abstract:     The Eco-Management and Audit
 Scheme (EMAS) is a voluntary regulation in which
 sites may choose to participate. The overall
 objective  of the scheme is to promote continuous
 environmental performance improvements of
 industrial activities by committing sites to evaluate
 and improve their environmental performance and
 provide relevant information to the public. The
 scheme does not replace existing community or
 national environmental legislation or technical
 standards nor does it, in any way, remove a
 company's responsibility to fulfil all its legal
 obligations under such legislation or standards.
 Participation in the scheme is site-based and open
 to companies operating industrial activities in
 European Union Member States.
  Exploring ISO 14000
  URL:        http://www.mgmtl4k.com
  Abstract:     A primer to the ISO 14000 standard,
  this site is produced by Management Alliances Inc.
  Including features like FAQs, full text articles and
  the popular ISO 14001 pizza, the site covers ISO
  14000 in depth and touches on ISO 9000 as well.
  International Organization on Standardization
  (ISO)
  URL:       http://www.iso.ch/meme/TC207.html
  Abstract:    The official organization for the
  development of standards, this is the direct source
  for information on ISO 14001 and other
  international standard documentation. This URL
  points to the actual provisions of the ISO 14001
  standard as directed by the Technical Committee
  207, its administering body.
ISO 14000 Infocenter
URL:        http://www.ISO14000.com
Abstract:    This site is produced by the
Environmental Industry Web Site
(http://www.enviroindustry.com).
National Association for Environmental
Management (NAEM)
URL:        http://www.naem.org
Abstract:     NAEM is a non-profit educational
association composed of professional private and
public sector environmental managers. NAEM is
the leading association dedicated to advancing the
principles and profession of environmental
management. The association's three principle
objectives are to facilitate information sharing
among NAEM members, provide professional
development tools and opportunities, and advance
and promote recognition of the environmental
management profession.                ^
 National Institute of Standards and Technology
 (NIST)
 URL:       http://ts.nist.gOV/ts/htdocs/210/
             environ.html
 Abstract:    The NIST promotes U.S. economic
 growth by working with industry to develop and
 apply technology, measurements, and standards.
 This site offers information on the ISO 14000 and
 its impact on American business.
                                                  EMS
                                                  General
                   Common Sense Stilurions to Bnvironmcmal Problem
   ** Reminder ** -  For the most up-to-date information, check U.S.
   EPA's Enviro$en$e web site, http://es.epa.gov, or check with a local
   technical assistance provider (see Appendix B).

   To obtain the materials listed, see page 2.	
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 Stoller ISO 14000 Information
 URL:        http://www.carlsbadnm.cora/ttctrain/
              index.htm
 Abstract:     A facet of the S.M. Stoller
 Corporation's Web site, this page presents
 information about their training programs for ISO
 14000 and 14001 for business and industry. The
 site includes an overview and description, full text
 articles, and a visual roadmap.
 U.S. EPA Standards Network
 URL:      http://es.epa.gov/partners/iso/iso.html
 Abstract:    Produced as part of the Enviro$en$e
 program, this site offers an insight into the ISO
 standards from the U.S. EPA.  The site includes
 basic information on the ISO standards and their
 impact in the US. Also included are contacts for
 more information but there are no links to sources
 outside the U.S. EPA from this site.
                                         Electronic Mailing Lists

 lSO14000@quality.org
 Abstract:        This list is designed for the discussion of the ISO 14000 certification guidelines for
 Environmental and related industries. This list also has a digest version, which you can subscribe to
 separately. This will permit you to receive all the postings ofthe list, but in 25K "chunks" rather than one at a
 time. This is particularly useful to those who want to review and respond offline or who may not need to get
 every message immediately. The digest version will also be archived at QUALITY.ORG, accessible by
 gopher, FTP or WWW. Note that you can subscribe to either or both lists.

 To subscribe to the ISO 14000 list (the "one-message-at-a-time" list), send an email message to
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                                                Documents
 ANSI/ISO 1400 Series: Environmental
 Management Systems and Environmental
 Audits.
 Publisher:   American Society for Testing &
             Materials, West Conshohocken, PA
 Date:        1996
 Report No.:  ANSI/ISO 14001-1996, ANSI/ISO
             14004-1996, ANSI/ISO 14010-
             1996, ANSI/ISO 14011-1996,
             ANSI/ISO 14012-1996
 OCLC:       37142881
 ISBN:        0803118333
 Source:      OCLC
Center for Environmental Management, Tufts
University.
Author:      Tufts Univ., Medford, MA, Center
             for Environmental Management;
             U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, Center
             for Environmental Management,
             Tufts University
Date:        1995
Pages:       11
NTISNo.:    PB95-233615
Abstract:     The Center for Environmental
Management (CEM) at Tufts University is a
multidisciplinary research, education and policy
center that focuses on environmental management
and pollution prevention. CEM also acts as a
neutral and independent forum where citizens and
representatives from government, academia,
industry and public of environmental interest
groups can meet to discuss and resolve critical
policy issues. The center's activities are performed
by a staff of scientists, engineers, policy analysts,
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and numerous faculty from the many schools and
resource centers at Tufts. Additionally, CEM
sponsors conferences and workshops to unite
diverse groups and to generate discussion and
development of strategies for problems ranging
from waste reduction to household hazardous
wastes to international environmental management.
Source:     NTIS  .......
Compliance-Focused Environmental
Management System-Enforcement Agreement
Guidance.
Author:      National Enforcement Investigations
             Center
Date:        August 1997
Pages:       15
Report No.:   EPA-3 3 0/9-97/002
Abstract:   ,, This document presents key
elements for a compliance-focused EMS model ,
and how they may be incorporated into a
settlement agreement. The compliance-focused
EMS model described here is to supplement, not
replace, EMS models developed by voluntary
 consensus standards bodies, such as the ISO 14001
 EMS standard.
 Source:      .Download from   ,
             http://es.epa.gov/oeca/oceft/neic/12e
             lmen.pdf
 Environmental Management Systems: General
 Guidelines on Principles, Systems and
 Supporting Techniques.
 Publisher:   International Organization for
             Standardization, Geneva
 Date:        1996
 Pages:      31   •
 Notes:      ISO 14004, first edition 1996-09-01.
             Reference No. ISO 14004: 1996(E)
 OCLC:       35698363
 Abstract:     ISO 14000 series standards;
 industrial management-environmental aspects-
 standards; environmental management-standards.
 Source:      OCLC
  Environmental Management Systems Primer
  for Federal Facilities.
  Author:      U.S. DOE Office of Environmental
              Policy and Assistance; U.S. EPA
              Federal Facilities Enforcement
              Office
  Date:       1998                      .
  Pages:      71
  Report No.:  DOE/EH-0573
Abstract:    This guide is designed to help
federal managers understand EMSs and how one
can help them improve environmental management
at their facilities. This primer outlines the elements
of an EMS, offers tips on how to make the case for
an EMS to upper management, explains how an
EMS will benefit an organization, and places
EMSs in the context of regulations, compliance
issues, pollution prevention, and other government
programs.
Source:      Download from
             http://es.epa.gov/oeca/fedfac/emspri
             mer.pdf or fax (202) 501-0069
 Inside ISO 14000: The Competitive Advantage
 of Environmental Management.
 Author:      Sayre, Don
 Publisher:   St. Lucie Press, Deiray Beach, FL
 Date:        1996
 Pages:      232
 OCLC:      34561178                    ,
 ISBN:       1574440284
 Abstract:    ISO 14000 series standards;
 industrial management-environmental aspects;
 environmental protection-standards.
 Source:      OCLC
 ISO 14000: A Guide to the New Environmental
 Management Standards.
 Author:     Tibor, Tom; Feldman, Ira
 Publisher:   Irwin Professional Pub., Chicago,
             IL; McGraw-Hill
 Date:       1996
 Pages:      237-
 OCLC:     33079744  •
 LCCN:     95037280 //r962
 ISBN:       0786305231
 Abstract:    This book is a comprehensive
 introduction to the ISO 14000 series for companies
 that want to know what ISO 14000 is, how it will
 affect them, and what they can do about it. It traces
 the development of the standards and describes
 each standard under development. It also discusses
 some of the international and domestic
 implications of the standards, the probable
 registration process and other relevant
 environmental management standards and
 regulations.
 Source:     OCLC
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             ISO 14000 and ISO 9000.
             Author:      Rothery, Brian
             Publisher:   Gower, Brookfield, VT
             Date:        1995
             Pages:       278
             OCLC:      32746202 ,
             LCCN:      95022035 //r96
             ISBN:       0566076489
             Abstract:     ISO 9000 Series Standards, ISO
             14000 Series Standards, Environmental Protection-
             -Standards.
             Source:      OCLC
 ISO 14000: International Environmental
 Management Standards.
 Publisher:   U.S. EPA, Office of Pollution
             Prevention and Toxics, Washington,
             DC
             May 1995
             4
             EPA/742/F-95/006
             34688499
             U.S. EPA standards network fact
Date:
Pages:
Report No.
OCLC:
Abstract:
sheet.
Source:
                                                                           OCLC
EMS
General
             ISO 14000 Guide: The New International
             Environmental Management Standards.
             Author:      Cascio, Joseph; Woodside, Gayle;
                         Mitchell, Philip
             Publisher:    McGraw-Hill, New York, NY
             Date:        1996
             Pages:       221
             OCLC:       34046274
             LCCN:       96004168
             ISBN:        0070116253
             Source:      OCLC
             ISO 14000 Handbook.
             Author:      Cascio, Joseph
             Publisher:    CEEM Information Services,
                         Fairfax, VA
             Date:        1996
             Pages:       764
             Notes:       Includes actual text of ISO/DIS
                         14001 and 14004.
             OCLC:       34790364
             ISBN:        1883337054
             Abstract:     ISO 14000 Series Standards-
             Handbooks, manuals, etc; Environmental
             protection-Standards-Handbooks, manuals, etc;
             Production management—Environmental aspects--
             Handbooks, manuals, etc; Industrial management-
             Environmental aspects-Handbooks, manuals, etc.
             Source:      OCLC
 ISO 14000 Resource Directory.
 Publisher:    U.S. EPA, Office of Research and
             Development, Washington, DC
 Date:        October 1997
 Pages:       82
 Report No.:  EPA/625/R-97/003
 Abstract:     This directory provides information
 about current initiatives related to the developing
 ISO 14000  series of environmental standards.
 Hundreds of government (federal and state) and
 nonprofit organizations submitted information for
 inclusion in this directory. This document is
 intended to facilitate communication among the
 many groups or individuals examining or using the
 standards.
 ISO 14000: Understanding the Environmental
 Standards.
 Author:     Von Zharen, W.M.
 Publisher:   Government Institutes, Rockville,
            MD
 Date:       1996
 Pages:      213
 OCLC:      33983223
 LCCN:      95046966
 ISBN:       0865875013
 Source:     OCLC
ISO 14001:1996. Environmental Management
Systems — Specification with Guidance for Use.
Author:     International Organization for
            Standardization
Publisher:   International Organization for
            Standardization, Geneva
Date:        1996
Pages:      14
OCLC:      35663438
Abstract:    The ISO 14001 standard; industrial
management-environmental aspects-standards;
environmental management-standards.
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ISO 14001 Environmental Management System
Self-Assessment Checklist.
Author:     Global Environmental Management
            Initiative (GEMI)
Pages:      54
Date:       1996
Item No.:    ISO-Ill
Abstract:    This checklist is based on the ISO
 14001 standard and allows for a rapid self-
 assessment of an organization or facility to
 determine how closely existing management
 practices and procedures correspond to the
 elements of the standard. In addition to a brief
 guide to self-scoring, a fuller description of what is
 required by the standard's criteria is included in the
 appendix.
 Source:      Contact GEMI at 202-296-7449
 Moving Ahead with ISO 14000: Improving
 Environmental Management and Advancing
 Sustainable Development.
 Author:     Marcus, Phillip A.; Willig, John T.
 Publisher:   Wiley, New York, NY
 Date:       1997
 Pages:      302
 OCLC:     35521678
 LCCN:     96041848
 ISBN:       0471168777 (cloth: alk. paper)
 Abstract:    ISO 14000 series standards;
 manufacturing  industries-environmental aspects;
 sustainable development
 Source:     OCLC
  Responsible Care® Management Systems
  Verification Protocol.
  Publisher:    Chemical Manufacturers Association
  Date:        April 1996
  Pages:       8
  Abstract:     The protocol guides the verification
  team and the participating company through a
  series of panel interviews, site walkabouts and
  contacts with a company's external stakeholders to
  determine the existence of management systems in
  (1) Policy and Leadership; (2) Planning; (3)
  Implementation, Operation and Accountability; (4)
  Performance Measurement and Corrective Action;
  and (5) Management Review and Reporting. Each
  of the protocol's five management systems includes
  a series of attributes that reflect the 106 elements
  of CMA's six Responsible Care® Codes of
  Management Practices. Each attribute includes
                                                specific questions for company personnel ranging
                                                from the CEO to operators on the shop floor.
                                                Source:      Contact CMA at 703-741-5306
                                                Strategic Environmental Management Using
                                                TQEM and ISO 14000 for Competitive
                                                Advantage.
                                                Author:     Wever, Grace
                                                Publisher:   John Wiley and Sons, New York,
                                                            NY
                                                Date:        1996
                                                Pages:      299 +  1 computer disk (3 1/2 in)
                                                Notes:      Requires IBM compatible PC, word
                                                            processing and spreadsheet software.
                                                OCLC:     34152801
                                                LCCN:      95052787
                                                ISBN:       047114746X (alk. paper)
                                                Abstract:     Industrial management--
                                                environmental aspects; total quality management;
                                                ISO 14000 series standards; environmental
                                                management.
                                                Source:      OCLC
                                                 Total Quality Environmental Management: The
                                                 Primer.
                                                 Publisher:   Global Environmental Management
                                                             Initiative (GEMI)
                                                 Date:        1993
                                                 Pages:      25
                                                 OCLC:      TQE-101
                                                 Abstract:    This document, written for corporate
                                                 environmental managers, takes the reader through
                                                 basic definitions of TQEM, how to implement a
                                                 TQEM program and measurements,  and how to
                                                 use them. Contains a glossy for quick reference.
                                                 Source:      Contact GEMI at 202-296-7449
                                                 What is ISO 14000? Questions and Answers.
                                                 Author:      Hemenway, Caroline G.
                                                 Publisher:    CEEM Information Services,
                                                              International Environmental Systems
                                                              Update, Fairfax, VA
                                                 Date:        1995 (2nd ed.)
                                                 Pages:       44
                                                 OCLC:      34082015
                                                 ISBN:        1883337046
                                                 Abstract:     Environmental policy-Standards;
                                                 Environmental protection—Standards;
                                                 Environmental auditing-Standards; Quality
                                                 assurance—Standards; Quality control—Standards.
                                                 Source:      OCLC
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                                               IMPLEMENT A TION
                                                              Documents
               Environmental Management Systems: An
               Implementation Guide for Small and Medium-
               Sized Organizations.
               Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Wastewater
                            Management, Washington, DC
               Date:        1996
               Pages:       156
               Report No.:   EPA/832/B-96/007
               NTISNo.:    PB97-141501
               Abstract:     This guide supports and facilitates
               the development of environmental management
               systems (EMS) among small and medium-sized
               organizations. The guide explains how to develop
               and implement an effective EMS using ISO 14001
               standard as a model and how it can support an
               organization's mission and goals. Section 1
               describes the many benefits of an EMS and how  it
               can help an organization to compete and prosper in
               today's global marketplace. Section 2 summarizes
               the overall management systems concepts. Section
               3 describes the overall process for building an
               EMS and provides recommendations for planning
               the overall EMS development effort. Section 4
               provides detailed guidance on how an EMS should
               be designed and implemented. Section 5 describes
               the process for registering an EMS and selecting  a
               registrar. Section 6 discusses other sources of
               assistance an organization can use to build and
               sustain its EMS. Appendices provide case studies,
               sample environmental policies, other sources of
               information, and information on EMS standards.  In
               addition, the Tool Kit provides sample EMS
               procedures and other tools that an organization can
               tailor to fit its EMS needs.
               Source:     NTIS
  EMS
Tmnlcntpnt  ^mP'ementat'on Guide for the Code of
   "        *  Environmental Management Principles for
               Federal Agencies (CEMP).
               Author:      U.S. EPA Office of Enforcement
                           and Compliance Assurance
               Date:       March 1997
               Pages:      102
               Report No.:  EPA/315/B-97/001
               Abstract:     This document describes in detail the
               principles and supporting performance objectives
               of the CEMP, which was developed by EPA in
               response to Executive Order 12856. The Cemp was
developed to encourage federal agencies to
enhance their environmental performance through
the creative use of EMS. The document provides
guidance to assist agencies in understanding the
scope of each principle and serves as a basis for
planning. The document also contains a Self-
Assessment Matrix that describes various stages of
EMS evolution an organization may encounter in
implementing the principles.
Source:     Download from
            http://es.epa.gov/oeca/cemp/cemptoc
            .html
Implementing ISO 14000: A Practical,
Comprehensive Guide to the ISO 14000
Environmental Management Standards.
Author:     Tibor, Tom; Feldman, Ira
Publisher:   Irwin Professional Pub., Chicago, IL
Date:        1997
Pages:      586
Notes:      Includes bibliographic references
            and index.
OCLC:      35559250
LCCN:      96043763
ISBN:       0786310146
Source:     OCLC
Implementing ISO 14001.
Author:      Block, Marilyn R.
Publisher:   ASQC Quality Press, Milwaukee,
            WI
Date:       1997
Pages:      247
OCLC:      35043929
LCCN:      96027181
ISBN:       0873893573
Abstract:    ISO 14000 series standards;
manufactures-environmental aspects.
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ISO 14000: Issues & Implementation Guidelines
for Responsible Environmental Management.
Author:     Lamprecht, James L.
Publisher:   American Management Association,
           New York, NY
Date:       1997
Pages:     238
OCLC:     35559158
LCCN:     96042575
ISBN:      0814403530
Abstract:   Environmental management-US;
environmental policy-US; industrial management-
environmental aspects-US; environmental
protection-US; ISO  14000 series standards.
Source:     OCLC
ISO 14001 Implementation Guide: Creating an
Integrated Management System.
Author:     Jackson, Suzan L.
Publisher:   Wiley, New York, NY
Date:       1997
Pages:     280
OCLC:     35172612
LCCN:     96031999
ISBN:      0471153605
Source:     OCLC
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                                Brief History of Pollution Prevention

1990 - Congress passed the Pollution Prevention Act (PPA), making pollution prevention (P2) the national
environmental policy of the United States. It sets up an environmental hierarchy which favors P2 (source
reduction) over recycling, treatment and disposal whenever feasible. It states:
•   Pollution should be prevented or reduced at the source whenever feasible;
•   Pollution that cannot be prevented should be recycled in an environmentally safe manner whenever
    feasible;
•   Pollution that cannot be prevented or recycled should be treated in an environmentally safe manner
    whenever feasible; and
•   Disposal or other release into the environment should be employed only as a last resort and should be
    conducted in an environmentally safe manner.

The PPA can be found in U.S. Code Title 32 Chapter 133, available on-line at
http://www.epa.gov/opptintr/p2home/uscode.htm.	-	
                                          GENERAL
                                   Hotlines/On-line Access
 EnviroSenSe
 URL:        http://es.epa.gov                                                        .
 Abstract-     Enviro$en$e, an integral part of the U.S. EPA's web site, attempts to provide a single repository
 for pollution prevention, compliance assurance, and enforcement information and data bases. Included are
 pollution prevention case studies, technologies, points of contact, environmental statutes, executive orders,
 regulations and compliance and enforcement policies and guidelines. A major component of EnviroSenSe is
 the data base umbrella architecture for "solvent alternatives." Enviro$en$e information may be used to
 implement pollution prevention and solvent substitution programs, ensure compliance with environmental laws
 and regulations, solve enforcement cases, and develop research projects. EnviroSenSe is funded by the U.S.
 EPA and the Department of Defense Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program.


 National Pollution Prevention Roundtable (NPPR)
 Hotline:     (888) 745-7272
  Tel:         (202)466-7272
 Fax:        (202) 466-7964
  URL:        http://www.p2.org                    .                             ,,,„.-
 Abstract•    NPPR is the largest membership organization in the United States devoted solely to pollution
  prevention (P2). The goal of NPPR is to stimulate information exchange by providing a conduit for members to
  discuss pollution prevention policies, regulatory integration issues and legislative developments. The NPPR
  web page keeps abreast of P2 news, such as conferences and congressional briefings, and provides assistance
  such as the P2 Yellow Pages which contain regional organizations that work with state and local governments,
  state and local government programs, Federal agencies, U.S. EPA P2 coordinators, non-profit groups, private
  sector organizations, and non-profit consultants who work on P2.
                    Common Sense Solutions to Environmental Problems
   **  Reminder ** - For the most up-to-date information, check U.S.
   EPA's EnviroSenSe web site, http://es.epa.gov, or check with a local
   technical assistance provider (see Appendix B).

   To obtain the materials listed, see page 2.	
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Case Studies	111
Implementation Guides	114
Legislative Background	116
Reference Sources	117
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 Pollution Prevention Information Clearinghouse (PPIC)
 Hotline:      (202) 260-1023
 Fax:         (202) 260-4659
 E-mail:       ppic@epamail.epa.gov
 Hours:       8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (EST) M-F, voice mail 24 hours/day
 Abstract:     PPIC is a free, nonregulatory service of the U.S. EPA dedicated to reducing or eliminating
 industrial pollutants through technology transfer, education, and public awareness. PPIC professionals answer
 questions, take orders for documents distributed by PPIC, refer callers to appropriate contacts, and distribute
 selected U.S. EPA documents, pamphlets, information packets, and factsheets on pollution prevention free of
 charge.
                                          Electronic Mailing Lists
 To subscribe to one of these electronic mailing lists (listservers), contact NPPR 's Tyrone Foster at
 tyroncfoster@compuserve.com.

 P2ENERGY
 P2ENERGY serves as a discussion forum for those who are interested in topics related to pollution prevention
 and energy efficiency. P2 ENERGY was a collaborative effort between NPPR and the U.S. EPA's Atmospheric
 Pollution Prevention Division.

 P2REG
 P2REG functions as an information sharing forum for environmental regulators with an interest in pollution
 prevention. The goal of P2REG is to foster information exchange by facilitating communication between
 regulators in the search for solutions to the many problems, encountered while promoting pollution prevention
 in industry.

 P2TECH
 P2TECH functions as an information sharing forum for pollution prevention technical assistance providers. The
 goal of P2TECH is to foster information exchange by making it easier for technical assistance providers to
 communicate with each other in the search for solutions to the many problems encountered while providing
 technical assistance to industry. This listserver is administered by the University of Wisconsin Solid and
 Hazardous Waste Education Center.

 P2Trainer
 P2Trainer encourages the exchange of information about up to date pollution prevention educational programs
 and training opportunities related to cleaner technologies and products and pollution prevention. This listserver
 is a collaboration between the Roundtable, the National Environmental Training Association (NETA), and the
 European Roundtable on Cleaner Production and Cleaner Products.
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                                               Documents
 U.S. EPA's Pollution Prevention R and D
 Approaches and Insights into the Chemical
 Process Industry.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH Risk
             Reduction Engineering Lab
 Date:        August 1990
 Pages:      18
 NTISNo.:    PB90-263989
 Report No.:  EPA/600/D-90/142
 Abstract:    To protect and improve the
 environment, chemical engineers face major
 research challenges such as designing optimal, less
 polluting chemical plants and processes, improving
 air quality through research, managing hazardous
 wastes responsibly, and developing multimedia
 approaches to reduce the chemical risk to human
 health and the environment. Since 1988, the U.S.
 EPA has established a pollution prevention R and
 D program to work with states, local governments,
 regional and federal agencies, and industry to
 encourage the identification, development and
 demonstration of pollution prevention technologies
 and methods to reduce wastes.
 Source:   ' NTIS
 Industrial Pollution Prevention Handbook.
 Author:      Freeman, Harry
 Publisher:   McGraw-Hill, New York
 Date:        1995
 Pages:       935
 OCLCNo.:   31394243
 LCCN No.:   95007979
 ISBN No.:   0070221480
 Source:      OCLC
  Industrial Pollution Prevention Opportunities
  for the 1990s.
  Publisher:   Risk Reduction Engineering
              Laboratory, Office of Research and
              Development, U.S. EPA, Cincinnati,
              OH
  Date:      ' August 1991
  Pages:      68
  OCLCNo.:  24858848
  Report No.:  EPA/600/8-91/052
  Abstract:    A set of criteria was developed for
  the purpose of subjectively  prioritizing industry
  segments for their pollution prevention potential
  and their opportunity for improvement. Seventeen
  high priority industries were selected from a
  Standard Industry Classification (SlC)-based list
for investigation of the need or opportunity for
waste reduction through source reduction and/or
material recycle. In addition, the investigation
identified a list of generic research or technological
needs where industry contacts believed research
could lead to waste minimization applicable to
more than one industry. Since the start of the
project, the U.S. EPA initiated the Industrial
Toxics Project (also known as the 33/50) that
identifies 17 high priority contaminants on the
Toxics Releases Inventory (TRI) for voluntary
reductions by the companies generating the waste.
Source:      NTIS, OCLC
Key Non-Process Solvent Uses Targeted as
Pollution Prevention Opportunities.
Author:      Research Triangle Institute,
             Research Triangle Park, NC; U.S.
             EPA, Research Triangle Park, NC,
             Air and Energy Engineering
             Research Lab
Date:        1992
Pages:      8
NTISNo.:    PB94-190881
Report No.:  EPA-R-819541; EPA/600/A-94/120
Notes:       Presented at the AIChE Summer
             National Meeting, Seattle, WA,
             August 15-18, 1993.
Abstract:    The  paper discusses a U.S. EPA
 assessment of non-process solvent emissions from
 15 industrial and commercial source categories:
 automotive repair; bakeries; building renovation;
 chemical manufacturing; electrical equipment
 maintenance; florists; furniture repair and
 restoration; heating; air conditioning, and
 refrigeration service; machine shops; mold release
 agents; office products; quick print shops; road
 paving; roofing; and textile manufacturing. The
 products include both traditional and non-
 traditional consumer products, i.e., solvents used
 by industry and commercial operations that are not
 part of a manufacturing production line or
 incorporated into a product as part of the
 manufacturing process.
 Source:      NTIS
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 Pollution Prevention Sources
 Opportunities for Pollution Prevention
 Research to Support the 33/50 Program.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Research and
              Development, Risk Reduction
              Engineering Laboratory, Cincinnati,
              OH
 Date:        October 1992
 Pages:       113
 OCLCNo.:   27171102
 Report No.:   EPA/600/R-92/175
 Abstract:     The document compiles information
 on existing pollution prevention methods and
 identifies research needs. It helps define areas for
 research to increase application of existing
 methods and create new approaches for source
 reduction and  recovery/recycling of 17 chemical
 groups targeted in the 33/50 Program. The
 emphasis is on source reduction, but
 recovery/recycling methods are also considered. A
 functional approach is used to identify and
 organize research areas for each of the 17 targeted
 chemical groups. The sources and production
 characteristics and rates are briefly summarized.
 Then pollution prevention opportunities and
 supporting research  needs are discussed for the
 major industrial and consumer applications of the
 targeted chemical groups. The opportunities and
 research needs are presented in both narrative and
 tabular formats.
 Source:      OCLC
 Pollution Prevention in Industrial Processes:
 The Role of Process Analytical Chemistry.
 Pers. Author: Breen, Joseph J.; Dellarco, Michael
 Corp. Author: American Chemical Society.
             Division of Environmental
             Chemistry, Washington, DC
 Date:        1992
 Pages:       316
 OCLCNo.:   26400993
 ISBN No.:    0841224781
 Notes:       Developed from a symposium
 sponsored by the Division of Environmental
 Chemistry at the 201st national meeting of the
 American Chemical Society, Atlanta, Georgia,
 April 14-19, 1991. Includes bibliographical
 references and index.
 Source:      OCLC     *
 Pollution Prevention News.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Pollution Prevention
             Office
 Frequency:   Monthly
 Date:        February 1989
 OCLCNo.:   19840750
 Report No.:   EPA/742/N-94/005; EPA/742/N-
             93/004; EPA/742/N-93/003;
             EPA/74 l/N-92/001
 Source: -•   OCLC
 Pollution Prevention Technology Handbook.
 Author:      Noyes, Robert
 Publisher:    Noyes Publications, Park Ridge, NJ
 Date:        1993
 Pages:       683
 OCLCNo.:   26586505
 ISBN No.:    0815513119
 Source:      OCLC
Practical Tools and Concepts for Environmental
Audits and Assessments.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH Risk
             Reduction Engineering Lab
Date:        July 1993
Pages:       9
NTISNo.:    PB94-122611
Report No.:   EPA/600/A-93/280
Abstract:     The purpose of the paper is to
discuss the use of Environmental Audits (EA),
Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessments
(PPOA), and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) as
management tools designed to identify and
evaluate waste generating activities, determine how
to best manage the waste stream, implement a
waste management program, and measure
environmental progress. While each of these three
tools is different in approach and purpose, each
tool provides for an organized approach with
essential elements. While EA targets
environmental compliance, PPOA targets the
reduction or elimination of waste generation
regardless of regulatory constraints. LCA may
better be described as the foundation for proving
pollution prevention solutions and the
measurement of pollution prevention progress.
Source:      NTIS
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                                                Videos

Pollution Prevention: The Bottom Line.
Author:      Coastal Video Communications Corp., Virginia Beach, VA
Date:        1990
Collation:    1 videocassette (24 min.)
OCLCNo.:   22722430
Abstract:    Discusses the costly problem of industrial waste and speaks to industrial managers and workers
in practical terms they can understand. Designs to motivate and inspire all employees to identify and implement
the opportunities for pollution prevention available in their own workplace.
Source:      OCLC
                                     CASE STUDIES
 The following documents are a sampling ofP2 case studies available. The best sources for case studies are
 Enviro$en$e and the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable; seepage 105 for contact information.
                                              Documents
 Abstracts of Pollution Prevention Case Study
 Sources.
 Publisher:    The Associates, Cambridge, MA
 Date:        1994
 Pages:       19
 OCLCNo.:   30576909
 Report No.:   EPA/742/B-94/001
 Source:      OCLC
  Benign by Design Alternative Synthetic Design
  for Pollution Prevention.
  Publisher:   American Chemical Society,
              Washington, DC
  Date:        1994
  OCLCNo.:   31328849
  LCCN No.:   94038830 //r96
  ISBN No.:   0841230536 (alk. paper)
  Source:     OCLC
  Chemical Substitution for 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
  and Methanol in an Industrial Cleaning
  Operation.
  Author:      APS-Materials, Inc., Dayton, OH;
               U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Risk
               Reduction Engineering Lab
  Publisher:    1992
  Pages:       12
Notes:       Pub. in Jnl. of Hazardous Materials,
            v29 n2 p!79-188 Jan 92. See also
            PB84-128677 and PB88-239223.
NTISNo.:   PB92-179886
Report No.:  EPA/600/J-92/162
Abstract:    Hazardous wastes are generated
from cold solvent degreasing operations used in
many industrial processes. The spent solvents are  .
managed under Subtitle C of RCRA. With the land
ban of spent solvents, disposal has become
increasingly difficult. As a result, industries have
begun investigating ways to avoid using RCRA
listed cleaning  solvents. The paper presents the
results of a study evaluating the waste
reduction/pollution prevention that can be achieved
by substituting dilute limonene solutions for 1,1,1-
trichloroethane (TCA)  and methanol in the
cleaning of orthopedic  implants (e.g. metal knee
and hip joint replacements). The paper describes
the original cleaning process, the modifications
made to the process in  using the dilute limonene
solution, and the sampling plan used in evaluating
the effectiveness of the solution. The paper
presents qualitative results of the sampling tests
and an economic evaluation of plant modifications.
Source:      NTIS
  P2
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  Case
Studies
              Pollution Prevention Assessment for a
              Manufacturer of Pharmaceuticals.
              Publisher:    U.S. EPA, National Risk
                           Management Research Laboratory,
                           Cincinnati, OH
              Date:        August 1995
              Pages:       1
              OCLCNo.:   33630355
              Report No.:   EPA/600/S-95/030
              Abstract:     The WMAC team at Colorado State
              University performed an assessment at a plant that
              manufactures intermediates for Pharmaceuticals
              and other chemicals. The team's report, detailing
              findings and recommendations, indicated that the
              waste streams generated in the greatest quantities
              are waste solvents that are reused on-site,
              incinerated as fuel in an on-site boiler, or shipped
              off-site for disposal.  The greatest cost saving
              could be achieved by reusing additional amounts
              of methylene chloride in the plant.
              Source:       NTIS, OCLC
 Pollution Prevention Case Studies
 Compendium.
 Publisher:   U.S. EPA, Risk Reduction
             Engineering Laboratory, Office of
             Research and Development,
             Cincinnati, OH
 Date:        April 1992
 Pages:      110
 OCLCNo.:   25969916
 Report No.:   EPA/600/R-92/046
 Abstract:    This compilation of summaries of
 pollution prevention demonstrations, assessments
 and research projects conducted with the Pollution
 Prevention Research Branch highlights four
 programs: The Waste Reduction Innovative
 Technology Evaluations (WRITE) Program; The
 Waste Reduction Evaluations at Federal Sites
 (WREAFS) Program, The Waste Minimization
 Assessments Program; and The University-Based
 Assessments Program. An overview of each
 program is provided at the beginning of each
 section of the compendium. The case studies are
 cross-referenced according to key words in an
 index at the end of the compendium. The Pollution
 Prevention Research Branch personnel roster is
 listed to facilitate contacting the U.S. EPA Project
 Officer.  Information is also provided on
 availability of full reports and the U.S.  EPA Project
 Officer who conducted the research. The authors
 hope that the compendium will facilitate the
 development and adoption of pollution prevention
 techniques throughout the United States and other
 countries.
Source:      NTIS, OCLC
 Pollution Prevention Case Studies
 Compendium. 2nd Edition.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Risk
              Reduction Engineering Lab
 Date:        March 1995
 Pages:       64
 Notes:       See also PB92-180165 and PB92-
              216985.
 Control No.:  510419977
 NTIS No.:    PB95-182895
 Report No.:   EPA/600/R-95/036
 Abstract:     The report is a second collection of
 summarizes of pollution prevention
. demonstrations, assessments, and research projects
 conducted by the Pollution Prevention Research
 Branch. The Branch is charged with defining,
 evaluating, and advancing the technology for the
 implementation of a national pollution prevention
 program. It also provides technical assistance to
 other sections of U.S. EPA for the purpose of
 reducing or eliminating pollution hazards. The
 information contained here will serve as a
 reference work and technology transfer vehicle to
 disseminate research results and promote the
 implementation of pollution prevention activities.
 Source:     NTIS
                                                                   Pollution Prevention Survey of the Organic
                                                                   Chemical Manufacturing Industry.
                                                                   Author:      Fitzpatrick, Marjorie J.
                                                                   Publisher:    JACA Corp., Ft. Washington, PA
                                                                   Date:        1993
                                                                   OCLCNo.:   30616631
                                                                   Report No.:   68-D2-0068
                                                                   Source:      OCLC
                                                                  Summary Of Pollution Prevention Case Studies
                                                                  With Economic Data (by SIC Codes).
                                                                  Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Pollution
                                                                               Prevention and Toxics, Cambridge,
                                                                               MA
                                                                  Date:        January 1994
                                                                  OCLCNo.:   30577013
                                                                  Report No.:   EPA/742/S-94/001
                                                                  Source:      OCLC
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U.S. EPA's Pollution Prevention R and D
Results: Practical Tools For the Trade.
Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Risk
             Reduction Engineering Lab
Date:        October 1993
Pages:       18
NTISNo.:    PB94-122520
Report No.:  EPA/600/A-93/279
Abstract:  The purpose of this presentation is to
share a number of the results from several years of
researching engineering solutions to multi-media
problems, building a sound scientific foundation to
support pollution prevention (P2) principles, and
developing and demonstrating pollution prevention
technologies, tools, and techniques. The 'tools of
the trade' for pollution prevention are the research
 reports that provide results of technology
 development, the case studies and demonstrations
 of P2 technologies, and the technical guides and
 manuals for conducting P2 activities.
 Source:      NTIS
NTIS No.:    PB92-203 595
Report No.:   EPA-R-814903; EPA/600/S-92/004
Abstract: The Waste Minimization Assessment
Center (WMAC) team at the University of
Tennessee performed an  assessment at a plant
manufacturing acrylic emulsions, low molecular
weight resins, herbicides, and specialty chemicals -
approximately 300 million Ib/yr. In general,
monomers, additives, activators, and catalysts are
metered and mixed in tanks then pumped
sequentially into reactor  vessels. Once the product
is formed, the solution is pumped into a blend tank
where more chemicals, such as binders,
emulsifiers, and thickeners, are added. The team's
report recommendations indicated that the majority
of waste was generated in the waste water
treatment system and that the greatest savings
could be obtained by installing a natural gas-fired
dry-off oven in the waste water treatment system to
reduce (by 81%) the amount of sludge removed to
the landfill.
Source:      NTIS
 Wash Solvent Reuse in Paint Production.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Risk
              Reduction Engineering Lab
 Date:        April 199.4
 Pages:       44
 NTISNo.:    PB94-161130
 Report No.:  EPA/600/R-94/063
 Abstract:     The project evaluated wash solvent
 recovery technology and its effect on production of
 subsequent batches of solvent-borne paint. The
 product quality, waste reduction/pollution
 prevention, and economic impacts of this
 technology change were examined. Two batches of
 a solvent-borne alkyd house paint were prepared -
 one batch made with 100%-new solvent and the
 other with 30%-wash solvent-and sampled for
  laboratory analysis.
 Source:       NTIS
  Waste Minimization Assessment for a
  Manufacturer of Chemicals.
  Author:      University City Science Center,
               Philadelphia, PA; U.S. EPA,
               Cincinnati, OH, Risk Reduction
               Engineering Lab
  Date:        May 1992
  Pages:       10
 Waste Reduction Activities and Options for a  -
 Manufacturer of Fine Chemicals Using Batch
 Processes.
 Author:      New Jersey Inst. of Tech., Newark;
              U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Risk
              Reduction Engineering Lab
 Date:        July 1992
 Pages:       6
 NTISNo.:    PB93-126316
 Report No.:   EPA-R-815165; EPA/600/S-92/054
 Abstract:     One of 30 sites chosen for a waste
 minimization assessment for a U.S. EPA/NJDEPE
 project was a facility that manufactures both oil-
 based and water-based paints for general purpose
 use. The paint is produced by mixing solvent,
 pigment, and other ingredients, all of which are
 purchased from vendors. The facility already
 practices many pollution prevention concepts. A
 site visit identified waste minimization
 opportunities, including improved scheduling
 techniques, reuse of rinses, and formulation of
 residues into other products. Implementation of the
  identified waste minimization opportunities was
  not part of the program. Percent waste reduction,
  net annual savings,  implementation costs and
  payback periods were estimated.
  Source:     NTIS
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                                            IMPLEMENTA TION GUIDES
                                                                Documents
                 Encouraging the Use of Pollution Prevention in
                 Enforcement Settlements: A Handbook for EPA
                 Regions.
                 Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Enforcement
                              and Compliance Assurance
                 Date:        May 1995
                 Pages:       80
                 NTISNo.:    PB95-236295
                 OCLCNo.:   33037261
                 Report No.:   EPA/3OO/R-95/005
                 Abstract:     The purpose of this handbook is to
                 motivate interested agency personnel to broaden
                 the use of pollution prevention as the means of
                 correcting violations (i.e., injunctive relief) and as
                 Supplementary Environmental Projects (SEPs),
                 i.e., pollution prevention in exchange for some
                 degree of penalty reduction. Section II reviews the
                 concepts of pollution prevention, technology
                 innovation, and diffusion. Section HI contains a
                 discussion of the role of pollution prevention in the
                 agency's enforcement program. Section IV
                 contains suggested approaches for recognizing and
                 creating the potential for pollution prevention
                 conditions as injunctive reliefer as SEPs. A
                 summary often case studies of enforcement
                 settlements containing pollution prevention
                 conditions, case study commentary and analysis is
                 presented in Appendix A.
                 Source:      NTIS, OCLC
                Facility Pollution Prevention Guide.
                Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Risk
                             Reduction Engineering Lab
                Date:        May  1992
                Pages:       154
                NTIS No.:    PB92-213206
                Report No.:   EPA/600/R-92/088
                NEISNo.:    219
                Abstract: This guide is meant for those who are
                interested in and responsible for pollution
                prevention in industrial or service facilities. It
                summarizes the benefits of a company-wide
                pollution prevention program and suggests ways to
TmnlcntPtit  incorP°rate pollution prevention in company
implement.  poijcjes and practjces_ Tne Guide descrjbes how to
   Guides    establish a company-wide pollution prevention
                program. It outlines procedures for conducting a
                preliminary assessment to identify opportunities
                for waste reduction or elimination. Then, it
P2
                                                                  describes how to use the results of the
                                                                  preassessment to prioritize areas for detailed
                                                                  assessment, how to use the detailed assessment to
                                                                  develop pollution prevention options, and how.to
                                                                  implement those options that withstand feasibility
                                                                  analysis. Methods of evaluating, adjusting, and
                                                                  maintaining the program are described. Later
                                                                  chapters deal with cost analysis for pollution
                                                                  prevention projects and with the roles of product
                                                                  design and energy conservation in pollution
                                                                  prevention. Appendices include assessment
                                                                  worksheets, sources of additional information,
                                                                  examples of evaluative methods, and a glossary.
                                                                 Source:      NTIS, OCLC, NEIS
                                                                 Guides to Pollution Prevention: The Paint
                                                                 Manufacturing Industry.
                                                                 Author:       Center for Environmental Research
                                                                              Information (U.S.); Risk Reduction
                                                                              Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
                                                                 Publisher:    U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, Ohio
                                                                 Date:        January 1990
                                                                 Pages:       74
                                                                 OCLCNo.:    25425889
                                                                 Report No.:   EPA/625/7-90/005
                                                                 Abstract:     The guide provides an overview of
                                                                 the paint manufacturing processes and operations
                                                                 that generate waste and presents options for
                                                                 minimizing the waste generation through source
                                                                 reduction or recycling, which in turn reduce raw
                                                                 material needs, disposal costs, and liabilities
                                                                 associated with hazardous waste disposal.
                                                                 Source:      NTIS, OCLC
 Guides to Pollution Prevention: The
 Pharmaceutical Industry.
 Publisher:    Risk Reduction Engineering
             Laboratory and Center for
             Environmental and Research
             Information, Office of Research and
             Development, U.S. EPA, Cincinnati,
             OH
Date:        October 1991
Pages:       82
OCLCNo.:   24838829
ReportNo.:   EPA/625/7-91/017
Abstract:     Pharmaceutical manufacturers
generate a variety of wastes during manufacturing,
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maintenance, and housekeeping operations which
can be reduced or minimized through source
reduction and recycling. Suggestions include
improvements to operational practices, solvent
recycling and implementing good materials
management and housekeeping practices. The
guide includes a set of worksheets which take the
user step-by-step through an analysis of the on-site
waste generating operations and the possibilities
for minimizing each waste, The guide and its
worksheets would also be instructive to consultants
serving the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry
and government agencies who regulate waste
streams generated from these firms.
Source:      OCLC
 Guides to Pollution Prevention: The Pesticide
 Formulating Industry.
 Author:      U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, Risk
             Reduction Engineering Lab
 Date:       February 1990
 Pages:      61
 NTISNo.:  . PB90-192790      -..-•.
 Report No.:  EPA/625/7-90/004
 Abstract:    Pesticide formulating facilities
 generate wastes during such operations as
 decontamination of mixing and storage equipment,
 housekeeping, and laboratory testing for quality
 assurance. The wastes generated are: containers .
 with leftover raw materials, pesticide dust and
 scrubber water from air pollution control
 equipment, volatile organic compounds, off-
 specification products and laboratory analysis
 wastes, spills, waste sands or clays, waste rinse
 water and solvent, laundry wastewater, and
 stormwater run-off contaminated with pesticides.
 Reducing the generation of these wastes at the
 source, or recycling the wastes on- or off-site, will
 benefit pesticide manufacturers by reducing raw
 material needs, reducing disposal costs, and
 lowering the liabilities associated with hazardous
 waste disposal.
 Source:    '  NTIS                •
  Improving Performance in the Chemical
  Industry: 14 Steps toward Pollution Prevention.
  Publisher:   Chemical Manufacturers Association
              (CMA), Washington, DC
  Date:        1992
  Pages:      22
  OCLC No.:  32732741
  Source:     OCLC
Introduction to Pollution Prevention for NPDES
Permit Writers.    *
Author:      U.S. EPA, Office of Pollution
            Prevention and Toxics, Washington,
            DC
Date:       June 1991
OCLC No.:  32882830
Source:      OCLC
Pollution Prevention* A Guide to Program
Implementation.    ;
Publisher:    Illinois Hazardous Waste Research
             and Information Center, Champaign,
             IL
Date:        1992
OCLC No.:   27996060
Source:      OCLC
 Pollution Prevention: A Practical Guide for
 State and Local Government.
 Author:      Wigglesworth, David T.
 Publisher:   Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton
 Date:        1993  *
 Pages:      200
 OCLC No.:  27429274
 ISBN No.:   '. 087371654X
 Source:      OCLC
 Pollution Prevention for Chemical Processes: A
 Handbook with Solved Problems from the
 Refining and Chemical Processing Industries.
 Pers. Author: Allen, David T.; Rosselot, Kirsten S.
 Corp. Author: Illinois. Hazardous Waste Research
              and Information Center
 Date:        1994
 OCLCNo.:   31121183
 Source;      OCLC, NEIS
  Pollution Prevention Guidance Manual for the
  Dye Manufacturing Industry.
  Author:      U.S. EPA, Pollution Prevention
              Office, Washington, DC
  Date:        1991
  Pages:      150
  NTISNo.:   PB95-237285
  OCLCNo.:  25538235
  Abstract:    The U.S. EPA's multimedia
  pollution prevention projects meet our Nation's
  environmental goals and create financial benefits
  and reduced liabilities. In conjunction with U.S.
  EPA, the members of the Ecological and
  Toxicological Association of the Dyestuffs
  Manufacturing Industry (ETAD) have developed a
     P2
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                pollution prevention program to record their past
                pollution prevention achievements, further reduce
                waste generation, and continue to realize the
                benefits of pollution prevention in the dye industry.
                Source:     NTIS, OCLC
                                        LEGISLATIVE BACKGROUND
                                                            Documents
               Federal Chemical Regulation: TSCA, EPCRA
               and the Pollution Prevention Act.
               Author:      Lewis, Cynthia A.
               Publisher:    Bureau of National Affairs,
                            Washington, DC
               Date:        1997
               Pages:       551
               CallNo.:     KF3958.L49 1997
               OCLC No.:   36739565
               LCCN:       97013480
               ISBN:        1570180423 (hardcover)
               Source:      OCLC
               Source The Ultimate Guide to State Pollution
               Prevention Legislation.
               Pers. Author: Lawson, Kyla; Yurcich, Stefanie
               Corp Author: National Pollution Prevention
                           Roundtable
               Date:        1996
               Pages:      108
               OCLC No.:   36672478
               Source:      OCLC
                                        Pages:      87
                                        NTIS No.:    PB95-235784
                                        OCLC No.:   28694807
                                        Abstract: Waste Reduction Institute for Training
                                        and Applications Research, Inc. (WRITAR) is
                                        continuing a process of compiling and
                                        summarizing existing and emerging state
                                        legislation dealing with pollution prevention and
                                        facility planning. The purpose is to provide a
                                        reference tool for all states involved in the set-up
                                        and implementation of such legislation, as well as
                                        for any other interested parties. The summaries
                                        serve only as a starting point, but ought to be
                                        useful in getting states tied into various statutory
                                        features and directions that may be desirable to
                                        them. The pieces of legislation included in the
                                        volume have as their main feature provisions that
                                        establish a pollution prevention agency and
                                        activities or a facility planning structure. The acts
                                        emphasize source reduction as the preferred
                                        method of pollution prevention.
                                        Source:     NTIS, OCLC
     P2
               State Legislation Relating to Pollution
               Prevention: Survey and Summaries.
               Author:
               Date:
 Legislative
Background
Waste Reduction Institute for
Training and Applications Research,
Inc. (WRITAR); Minneapolis, MN;
U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
April 1992
Tools of Prevention Opportunities for
Promoting Pollution Prevention under Federal
Legislation: An Environmental Law Institute
Report.
Publisher:   Environmental Law Institute,
            Washington, DC
Date:       1993
ReportNo.:  30681387
Source:      OCLC
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Pollution Prevention Sources
                            REFERENCE SOURCES
                                           Documents
 1993 Reference Guide to Pollution Prevention
 Resources.
 Corp. Author:U.S. EPA, Office of Pollution
            Prevention and Toxics
 Date:       February 1993
 Pages:      131
 OCLCNo.:   27911442
 Report No.:  EPA/742/B-93/001
 NEISNo.:   101
 Abstract:    A compilation of information on
 training opportunities, technical assistance,
 publications, and state and federal programs and
 contacts.
 Source:     OCLC, NEIS
 Directory of State and Local Pollution
 Prevention Programs.
 Author:     National Roundtable of State
            Pollution Prevention Programs; U.S.
            EPA, Office of Pollution, Prevention
            and Toxic Substances
 Publisher:   U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
 Date:        1992
 OCLCNo.:  26648707
 Report No.:  EPA/700/B-92/003
 Source:     OCLC
Pollution Prevention Directory.
Publisher:    Office of Pollution Prevention and
            Toxics, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
Date:        September 1994
Pages:      103
OCLCNo.:   32190438
Report No.:   EPA/742/B-94/005
Source:      OCLC
Pollution Prevention Educational Resource
Compendium Chemical Engineering.
Author:      The Center, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Date:       1994
OCLCNo.:   32870570
Source:      OCLC
                                                                                                P2
                                                                                            Reference
                                                                                             Sources
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                  Appendix A - U.S. EPA Libraries
LIBRARY NAME/SITE
Andrew W. Breidenbach Environmental Research Center
(AWBERC) Library/Cincinnati, OH
Atmospheric Sciences Modeling Division Library (ASMD)
Library/Research Triangle Park, NC
Central Regional Laboratory Library/Annapolis, MD
Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory (EMSL) Library/Las
-Vegas, NV
Subsurface Protection and Remediation Division Library/ Ada, OK
NHEERL-Western Ecology Division Library/Corvallis, OR
Mid-Continent Ecology Division Library/Duluth, MN
Atlantic Ecology Division Library/Narragansett, RI
Ecosystems Research Division-Athens Library/Athens, GA
Gulf Ecology Division Library/Gulf Breeze, FL
Headquarters Information Resources Center/Washington, DC
Law Library/Washington, DC
Legislative Reference Library/Washington, DC
Library Services/Research Triangle Park, NC
National Enforcement Investigations Center (NEIC) Library/Denver,
CO
National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory (NVFEL)
Library/Ann Arbor, MI
Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS)
Library/Research Triangle Park, NC
Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics Library/Washington, DC
Region 1 Library/Boston, MA
Region 1 RCRA Library/Boston, MA
Region 2 Field Office Library/Edison, NJ
Region 2 Library/New York, NY
Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA
Region 4 Library/ Atlanta, GA
Region 5 Library/Chicago, IL
Region 6 Library/Dallas, TX
Region 7 Library/Kansas City, KS
Region 8 Library/Denver, CO
Region 9 Library/San Francisco, CA
Region 10 Library/Seattle, WA
PHONE NO.
(513) 569-7707
(919)541-4536
(301)266-9180
(702) 798-2648
(405) 743-2256
(503)757-4731
(218)720-5538
(401) 782-3025
(404) 546-3324
(904)932-5311
(202) 260-5922
(202)260-5919
(202) 260-5425
(919) 541-2777
(303)236-5122
(313)668-4311
(919)541-5514
(202) 260-3944
(617)565-3300
(617) 565-3282
(908) 321-6762
(212)637-3185
(215)566-5254
(404) 347-4216
(312)353-2022
(214) 665-6424
(913) 551-7358
(303)312-6312
(415)744-1510
(206) 553-1289
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                        Appendix, B - Technical Assistance Providers
                                       GOVERNMENT - NATIONAL
Provider:    Asbestos Abatement/Management
                Ombudsman
Telephone:   (703) 305-5938 or (800) 368-5888
Hours:       8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (EST) M-F
Abstract:    The assigned mission of the Asbestos
Ombudsman is to provide to the public sector, including
individual citizens and community services, information on
handling, abatement, and management of asbestos in
schools, the work place, and the home. Interpretation of the
asbestos in schools requirements is provided. Publications to
explain recent legislation are also available. Services are
provided to private citizens, state agencies, local agencies,
local public and private school systems, abatement
contractors, and consultants.

Provider:    Association of Small Business Development
                Centers
Membership: State small business development centers
Affiliations:   State small business development centers
Name:       Jim King
Position:    Chairman, Government Relations
Telephone:   (518)443-5398
Fax:         (518)465-4992
E-mail:       kingj@sysadm.suny.edu
Name:       Kathleen Dawson
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:   (703)448-6124
Fax:	(703)448-6125	

Provider:    U.S. EPA Small Business Ombudsman
                Clearinghouse/Hotline
Telephone:   (703) 305-5938, (800) 368-5888
Hours:       Message recorder is on 24 hours a day.
Abstract:    The mission of the U.S. EPA Small Business
Ombudsman Clearinghouse/Hotline is to provide information
to private citizens, small communities, small business
enterprises, and trade associations representing the small
business sector regarding regulatory activities. Technical
questions are answered following appropriate contacts with
program office staff members. Questions addressed cover all
media program aspects within U.S. EPA.	

Provider:    Green Lights and Energy Star Programs
Telephone:   (202) 775-6650, (888) STAR-YES [782-7937]
Abstract:    The success of the Green Lights program
depends on the actions taken by Partners and Allies to
implement energy-efficient lighting upgrade projects,
ultimately resulting in sustained pollution prevention. U.S.
EPA's participant support programs provide planning and
implementation guidance for successful lighting upgrade
projects.  U.S. EPA offers four types of support programs:
Information, Planning, Analysis Tools, and Communications.
 Provider:    Indoor Air Quality Information Clearinghouse
                (IAQINFO)
 Telephone:  (800)438-4318
 Fax:         (202)484-1510
 E-mail:      iaqinfo@aol.com
 Hours:      9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (EST), M-F; after-hours
                voice mail
 Abstract:    The purpose of the IAQINFO is to help you
 locate information to answer your questions about indoor air
 pollution.  IAQINFO can provide information on (1) the
 sources, health effects, testing  and measuring, and controlling
 indoor air  pollutants; (2) constructing and maintaining homes
 and buildings to minimize indoor air quality problems; (3)
 existing standards and guidelines related to indoor air quality;
 and (4) general information on Federal and State legislation.

 Provider:    Information Resources Center (formerly the
                library)
 Telephone:  (202) 260-5922   '
 Hours:      8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., M-F (walk-in)
 E-mail:      libraryhq@epamail.epa.gov
 Abstract:    The Information Resources Center is open to
 U.S. EPA  personnel and the public. It provides access to U.S.
 EPA publications, books and journals related to environmental
 issues, and to the Federal  regulations.	

 Provider:    National Radon Helpline
 Telephone:  (800) 55-RADON [557-2366]
 Abstract:    The National Radon Helpline provides general
 information and respond to consumer questions on radon.

 Provider:    National Response Center
 Telephone:  (800) 424-8802
 Abstract:    The National Response Center (NRC) is the
 federal government's national communications center, and is
 staffed 24 hours a day by U.S. Coast Guard. The NRC
 receives all reports of releases  involving hazardous
 substances and oil that trigger the federal notification
 requirements under several laws. Reports to the NRC activate
 the National Contingency Plan and the federal government's
 response capabilities. It is the responsibility of the NRC staff
 to notify the pre-designated on-scene coordinator (OSC)
 assigned to the area of the incident and to collect available
 information on the size and nature of the release, the facility
 or vessel involved, and the party(ies) responsible for the
 release. The NRC maintains reports of all releases and spills
-in a national database called the Emergency Response
 Notification System.

 Provider:     National Small Flows Clearinghouse
 Telephone:  (800) 624-8301, (304) 293-4191
 Hours:      8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST) M-F
 Abstract:     The National Small Flows Clearinghouse was
 established to provide small communities with information and
 technical assistance to address wastewater treatment issues.
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       Provider:    Oil Spill Program Information Line
       Telephone:  (202)260-2342
       E-mail:      oilinfo@epamail.epa.gov
       Abstract:    U.S. EPA maintains an oil spill program
       information line to answer questions and provide information
       to the public and owners and operators of regulated facilities
       on the following topics: Facility Response Plan rulemaking,
       Emergency Response Notification System (ERNS), NCP
       product schedule, and other questions related to U.S. EPA's
       oil spill program.	

       Provider:    Radon Fix-It Line
       Telephone:  (800) 644-6999
       Hours:      12:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. (EST), M-F
       Abstract:    The Consumer Research Council, a nonprofit
       consumer  organization, operates the Radon Fix-it
       Line, which is free of charge. The Radon Fix-it Line provides
       guidance and encouragement to consumers with elevated
       radon levels of 4 pCi/L or higher to take the necessary steps
       toward fixing their homes.
Provider:     Safe Drinking Water Hotline
Telephone:   (800) 426-4791
Hours:       9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (EST), M-F
E-mail:       hotline-sdwa@epamail.epa.gov
Abstract:     The Hotline assists Public Water Systems,
State and local officials, and members of the public with
information on U.S. EPA regulations and programs authorized
by the Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1986 and
1996. This includes drinking water regulations, other related
drinking water topics, wellhead protection and ground water
protection program information.
                                              GOVERNMENT - REGIONAL
       Provider:    National Response Center - regional programs
Telephone:
Region I
Region II
Region III
Region IV
Region V
Region VI
Region VI I
Region VIII
Region IX
Region X
(617)223-7265
(732) 548-8730
(215)566-3255
(404) 562-8700
(312)353-2318
(214) 665-2222
(913)281-0991
(303)293-1788
(415) 744-2000
(206)553-1263
       Provider:    Region I Air Quality Information Line
       Telephone:  (617)565-9145
       Abstract:    The Air Quality Information Line is a voice mail
       system that routes the caller to the appropriate Region I air
       quality point of contact for the purpose of lodging complaints,
       asking questions, requesting information, and providing tips.

       Provider:    Region I General Information
       Telephone:  (617)565-3420
       Abstract:    This is the telephone number for the operator
       and employee locator for Region I. Questions, requests for
       information, and complaints are routed to the appropriate
       office or person.	

       Provider:    Region II Superfund Investigators Hotline
       Telephone:  (800) 245-2738
       Abstract:    This hotline is exclusively for the public with
       potential information on Superfund sites.	

       Provider:    Region II Superfund Ombudsman
       Telephone:  (888) 283-7626
       Abstract:    The Ombudsman assists the public and
       regulated community in resolving problems concerning any
APP requirement under Superfund. The Ombudsman handles
complaints from citizens and the regulated community,
obtains facts, sorts information, and substantiates policy.

Provider:    Region III Customer Service Hotline
Telephone:  (800) 438-2474 (within Region III)
             (215) 566-5122 (outside Region III)
Abstract:    The Customer Service Hotline provides general
information to the public regarding the Region and its
programs. The hotline also sends out materials, and refers
inquiries to the appropriate office or person.
 Provider:    Region III Small Business Assistance Center
 Telephone:  (800) 228-8711 (within Region 111)
             (215) 566-5122 (outside Region III)
 Abstract:    The center helps small businesses comply with
 U.S. EPA regulations.	

 Provider:    Region III Superfund Ombudsman
 Telephone:  (800) 553-2509(within Region III)
             (215) 566-5122 (outside Region III)
 Abstract:    The Ombudsman assists the public and
 regulated community in resolving problems concerning any
 requirement under Superfund. The Ombudsman handles
 complaints from citizens and the regulated community,
 obtains facts, sorts information, and substantiates policy.
 Provider:    Region IV Helpline
 Telephone:  (800)241-1754
 Abstract:    The Region IV  Helpline provides general
 information to the public regarding the Region and its
 programs.  The helpline also sends out materials upon
 request,  and refers inquiries to the appropriate office or
 person.              	
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Provider:    Region VII U.S. EPA Action Line
Telephone:  (913) 551-7122 (Kansas City calling area)
            (800) 223-0425
Abstract:    The action line provides assistance to citizens
on any issue under U.S. EPA's purview. The Action Line
receives all incoming inquiries and refers them to the
appropriate offices.
Provider:
Telephone:
Hours:
p.m., M-F
Abstract:
            Region IX Public Information Center
            (415)744-1500
            8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.nr.and 1:00 p.m. -4:00
            The Region IX Public Information Center
provides general information to the public regarding the
Region and its programs.  The Center also sends out
materials upon request, and refers inquiries to the appropriate
office or person.
                                                          Provider:    Region IX RCRA Hotline/Information Line
                                                          Telephone:  (415) 744-2074
                                                          Hours:      1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., M-F
                                                          Abstract:    The RCRA Hotline/Information Line general
                                                          information to the public regarding the RCRA regulatory
                                                          requirements and related issues.  The information line also
                                                          routes inquiries to the appropriate office or person.
                                         GOVERNMENT - STATE
Provider:
Membership:
Internet URL:
Affiliations:

Name:
Position:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Name:
Telephone:
            Alabama Small Business Assistance Program
            Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
            www.adem.state.al.us
            Alabama Department of Environmental
               Management, Air Division
            James Moore
            Program Manager
            (334)271-7861
            (334)271-7950
            Rbr@adem.state.al.us
            Toll Free Hotline (National)
            (800) 533-2336
Provider:    Alabama Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.cba.ua.edu/~cba/sbdc.html
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      John Sandefur
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (205) 934-7260
Fax:        (205)934-7645
E-mail:      asbd003@uabdpo.dpo.uab.edu

Provider:    Alaska Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.state.ak.us/akdec
Affiliations:  Alaska Department of Environmental
               Conservation
Name:      David Wigglesworth
Position:    Acting Director
Telephone:  (907) 269-7571
Fax:        (907) 269-7600
E-mail:      CompAsst@envircon.state.ak.us
Name:      Scott Lytle
Position:    Manager
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone:  (800)510-2332	.

Provider:    Alaska Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Jan Fredericks
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (907) 274-7232
Fax:        (907) 274-9524
E-mail:      anjaf@uaa.alaska.edu

Provider:    Arizona Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.adeq.state.az.us/admin/do/comp.htm
Affiliations:  Arizona Department of Environmental Quality,
               Customer Service
Name:      Gregory Workman
Position:    Program Manager
Telephone:  (602)204-4337
Fax:        (602) 207-4872
E-mail:      workman.gregory@ev.state.az.us
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone:  (800)234-5677
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       Provider:    Arizona Small Business Development Center
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Internet URL: www.dist.maricopa.edu/sbdc
       Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                      Centers
                   Maricopa Community College
                   U.S. Small Business Administration
       Name:       Michael York
       Position:    State Director
       Telephone:  (602) 731-8722
       Fax:         (602) 731-8729
       E-mail:	york@maricopa.edu	__

       Provider:    Arkansas Small Business Assistance Program
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Affiliations:  Arkansas Department of Pollution Control and
                      Ecology
       Name:       Robert Graham
       Position:    Small Business Ombudsman
       Telephone:  (501)682-0708
       Fax:         (501) 682-0707
       E-mail:	help-sba@adeq.state.ar.us	

       Provider:    Arkansas Small Business Development Center
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Internet URL:www.ualr.edu/~sbdcdept
       Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                      Centers
                   U.S. Small Business Administration
                   University of Arkansas at Little Rock
       Name:      Janet Nye
       Position:    State Director
       Telephone:  (501) 324-9043
       Fax:        (501) 324-9049
       E-mail:      jmnye@ualr.edu	•

       Provider:    California Small Business Assistance Program
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Internet URL:www.arb.ca.gov/cd/cd.htm
       Affiliations:  California Environmental Protection Agency, Air
                      Resources  Bureau
       Name:      Peter Venturini
       Position:    Director
       Telephone:  (916)445-0650
       Fax:        (916)327-7212
       E-mail:     helpline@arb.ca.gov
       Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
       Telephone:  (800) 272-4572	
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Provider:    California Small Business Development Center
               Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.commerce.ca.gov/small
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
Name:      Kim Neri
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (916)324-5068
Fax:        (916)324-5084
E-mail:      kimn@smtp.doc.ca.gov

Provider:    California South Coast Small Business
               Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.aqmd.gov/business
Affiliations:  California South Coast Air Quality Management
               District
Name:      Natalia Porche
Position:    Director
Telephone:  (909)396-3218
Fax:        (909)396-3335
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (National)
Telephone:  (800) 388-2121	

Provider:    Colorado Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:
            www.state.co.us/gov_dir/regulatpry_dir/orr.ht
            m
Affiliations:  Colorado Department of Health, Air Pollution
               Control Division
Name:      Nick Melliadis
Position:    Director
Telephone:  (303)692-3175
Fax:        (303) 782-5493
Name:      Toll Free Hotline
Telephone:  (800) 333-7798     	

Provider:   Colorado Small Business Development Center
                Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.state.co.us/gov_dir/obd/sbdc/htm
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
                Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Joseph Bell
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (303) 892-3809
Fax:        (303) 892-3848
E-mail:     sbdclcl@attmail_com
Name:      Toll Free Hotline
Telephone:   (800) 726-8000    	
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Provider:    Connecticut Small Business Assistance
                Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations: Connecticut Department of Environmental
                Protection
Name:      Glen Daraskevich
Position:    Program Manager
Telephone: (860)424-3545
Fax:	(860) 424-4063	

Provider:    Connecticut Small Business Development
                Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.sbdc.uconn.edu
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
                Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            University of Connecticut
Name:      Dennis Gruell
Position:    State Director
Telephone: (860)486-4135
Fax:        (860)486-1576
E-mail:     gruell@ct.sbdc.uconn.edu

Provider:    Delaware Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources •
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.dnrec.state.de.us/tbusperm.htm
Affiliations: Delaware Department of Natural Resource
                Conservation
            University of Delaware
Name:      George Petitgout
Position:    Small Business Ombudsman
Telephone: (302)739-6400
Fax:        (302) 739-6242
Name:      Phil Cherry
Position:    Program Director

Provider:    Delaware Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
                Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Clinton Tymes                          :
Position:    State Director
Telephone: (302)831-1555
Fax:        (302)831-1423
E-mail:     43220@brahms.udel.edu
                                                      Provider:    District of Columbia Small Business Assistance
                                                                     Program
                                                      Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                  Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                  Independently owned businesses
                                                      Affiliations:  District of Columbia ERA, Air Resources   ,
                                                                     Mangagment Division
                                                      Name:      Olivia Achuko
                                                      Position:    Program Manager
                                                      Telephone:  (202)645-6093
                                                      Fax:	(202)645-6102	

                                                      Provider:    District of Columbia Small Business
                                                                     Development Center
                                                      Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                  Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                  Independently owned businesses
                                                      Internet URL: www.cldc.howard.edu/~husbdc
                                                      Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                                                                     Centers
                                                                  Howard University
                                                                  U.S. Small Business Administration
                                                      Name:      Woodrow McCutchen
                                                      Position:    Executive Director
                                                      Telephone:  (202)806-1550
                                                      Fax:        ,(202)806-1777                        ,
                                                      E-mail:      husbdc@cldc.howard.edu

                                                      Provider:    Florida Small Business Assistance Program
                                                      Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                  Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                  Independently owned businesses
                                                      Internet URL:
                                                                  www.dep. state, fl.us/air/programs/sbap/index.ht
                                                                  m
                                                      Affiliations:  Florida Department of Environmental
                                                                     Protection, Bureau of Air Regulations
                                                      Name:      Bob  Daugherty
                                                      Position:    SBAP Principal
                                                      Telephone:  (904)488-1344
                                                      Fax:        (904)922-6979
                                                      E-mail:      clark_l@dep.state.fl.us
                                                      Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
                                                      Telephone:  (800) 722-7457     	:•  •

                                                      Provider:    Florida Small Business Development Center
                                                                     Network
                                                      Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                  Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                  Independently owned businesses
                                                      Internet URL:www.fsbdc.uwf.edu
                                                      Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                                                                     Centers
                                                                  U.S. Small Business Administration
                                                                  University of West Florida
                                                      Name:    •  Jerry Cartwright
                                                      Position:    State Director
                                                      Telephone:  (904) 444-2060
                                                      Fax:        (904) 444-2070
                                                      E-mail:      fsbdc@uwf.edu
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Provider:    Georgia Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.DNR.State.Ga.US/dnr/environ
Affiliations:  Georgia Department of Natural Resouces, Air
               Protection Bureau
Name:      Anita Dorsey-Word
Position:    Program Manager
Telephone:  (404) 362-2656
Fax:	(404)363-7100	

Provider:    Georgia Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.sbdc.uga.edu
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            University of Georgia
Name:      Henry Logan, Jr.
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (706) 542-6762
Fax:        (706) 542-6776
E-mail:      sbdcdir@uga.cc.uga.edu

Provider:    Hawaii Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Hawaii Department of Health, Clean Air Branch
Name:      Robert Tarn
Position:    Program Manager
Telephone:  (808) 586-4200
Fax:	(808) 586-4370	

Provider:    Hawaii Small Business Development Center
               Network
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.maui.com/~sbdc/hilo.html
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            University of Hawaii at Hilo
Name:      Darryl Mleynek
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (808)974-7515
Fax:        (808) 974-7683
E-mail:      darrylm@interpac.net

Provider:    Idaho Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
Name:      Doug McRoberts
Position:    Small Business Ombudsman
Telephone:  (208) 373-0298
Fax:        (208)373-0417
                                                                 E-mail:
dmcrober@deq.state.id.us
                                                                 Provider:    Idaho Small Business Development Center
                                                                 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                             Independently owned businesses
                                                                 Internet URL:www.idbsu.edu/isbdc
                                                                 Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                                                                                Centers
                                                                             Boise State University
                                                                             U.S. Small Business Administration
                                                                 Name:       Jame Hogge
                                                                 Position:    State Director
                                                                 Telephone:  (208)385-1640
                                                                 Fax:         (208)385-3877
                                                                 E-mail:      jhogge@bsu.idbsu.edu

                                                                 Provider:    Illinois Small Business Development Center
                                                                 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                             Independently owned businesses
                                                                 Internet URL:www.commerce.state.il.us
                                                                 Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                                                                                Centers
                                                                             U.S. Small Business Administration
                                                                 Name:       Jeff Mitchell
                                                                 Position:    State Director
                                                                 Telephone:  (217)524-5856
                                                                 Fax:         (217)524-0171
                                                                 E-mail:      jeff.tnitchell@accessil.com
                                                                 Name:       Toll Free Hotline (State)
                                                                 Telephone:  (800) 252-3998	

                                                                 Provider:    Illinois Small Business Environmental
                                                                                Assistance Program
                                                                 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                             Independently owned businesses
                                                                 Internet URL:
                                                                             www.commerce.state.il.us/dcca/files/fs/ba/ba35
                                                                             .htm
                                                                 Affiliations:  Illinois Department of Commerce and
                                                                                Community Affairs
                                                                 Name:       Mark Enstrom
                                                                 Position:    Program Manager
                                                                 Telephone:  (217)524-0169
                                                                 Fax:	(217)785-6328	

                                                                 Provider:    Indiana Small Business Assistance Program
                                                                 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                             Independently owned businesses
                                                                 Internet URL:www.state.in.us
                                                                 Affiliations:  Indiana Department of Environmental Mngmt,
                                                                                Office of Pollution Prevention
                                                                 Name:       Maggie McShane
                                                                 Position:    Office of Business Relations
                                                                 Telephone:  (317)232-5964
                                                                 Fax:         (317) 233-5627
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Provider:    Indiana Small Business Development Center
               Network
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Stephen Thrash
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (317)264-6871
Fax:        (317)264-3102.
E-mail:      sthrash@in.net
Name:      Toll Free Fax oh Demand Hotline
Fax:        (800)726-8000	

Provider:    Iowa Air Emissions Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.iwrc.org
Affiliations:  Iowa Waste Reduction Center
            University of Northern Iowa
Name:      John Konefes
Position:    Director
Telephone:  (319)273-2079
Fax:        (319)273-2926
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone:  (800)422-3109       	

Provider:    Iowa Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.iowasbdc.org
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            Iowa State University
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Ronald Manning
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (515) 292-6351
Fax:        (515)292-0020
E-mail:      rmanning@iastate.edu

Provider:    Kansas Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.sbeap.niar.twsu.edu
Affiliations:  Kansas Department of Health and Environment
            University of Kansas
Name:      Frank Orzulak
Position:    Director                              *
Telephone:  (913) 864-3978
Fax:        (913) 864-5827
E-mail:      ceet@falcon.ku.edu
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone:  (800) 578-8898
Provider:    Kansas Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Debbie Bishop
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (913)296-6514
Fax:        (913)291-3261
E-mail:      ksbdc@cjnetworks.com
Provider:
Membership:


Internet URL:
Kentucky Small Business Development Center
Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
            www.gatton.gws.uky.edu/KentuckyBusiness/kb
            eap
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            Univeristy of Kentucky
Name:      Janet Holloway
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (606)257-7668
Fax:        (606)323-1907
E-mail:      cbejh@pop.uky.edu

Provider:    Louisiana Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.deq.state.la.us/oarp/sbap/sbap.html
Affiliations:  Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
               (Air)
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone:  (800)259-2890
Name:      Vicfompkins
Position:    Director
Telephone:  (504) 765-2453
Fax:        (504) 765-0921
E-mail:      sbap@deq.state.la.us

Provider:    Louisiana Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:leap.nlu.edu/html/lsbdc/index.htm
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            Northeast Louisiana University
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Dr. John Baker
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (318)342-5506
Fax:        (318)342-5510
E-mail:      brbaker@alpha.nlu.edu
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       Provider:    Maine Small Business Assistance Program
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Internet URL:www.state.me.us/dep
       Affiliations:  Maine Department of Environmental Protection,
                      Off. of Pollution Prevention
       Name:      Brian Kavanah
       Position:    Program Coordinator
       Telephone:  (207)287-6188
       Fax:        (207) 287-7826
       E-mail:      brian.w.kavanah@state.me.us

       Provider:    Maine Small Business Development Center
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Internet URL:www.usm.maine.edu/~sbdc
       Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                      Centers
                   U.S. Small Business Administration
                   University of Southern Maine
       Name:      Charles Davis
       Position:    State Director
       Telephone:  (207) 780-4420
       Fax:        (207)780-4810
       E-mail:      msbdc@portland.maine.edu

       Provider:    Maryland Small Business Assistance Program,
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Internet URL:\vww.mde.state.rnd.us/epsc/sbap.html
       Affiliations:  Maryland Department of the Environment, Air &
                      Radiation Mgt. Admin.
       Name:      Lorrie Del Pizzo
       Position:    Project Manager
       Telephone:  (410)631-6772
       Fax:        (410)631-4477
       Name:      Toll Free Hotline (National)
       Telephone:  (800)433-1247	

       Provider:    Maryland Small Business Development Center
                      Network
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                      Centers
                   U.S. Small Business Administration
       Name:      James Graham
       Position:    State Director
       Telephone:  (301)403-8300
       Fax:        (301) 403-8303
       E-mail:     dwirth@mbs.umd.edu
Provider:    Massachusetts Small Business Assistance
               Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Massachusetts Exec. Office of Env. Affairs,
               Office of Technical Assistance
Name:      George Frantz
Position:    Program Director
Telephone:  (617)727-3260
Fax:	(617)727-3827	

Provider:    Massachusetts Small Business Development
               Center Network
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.umassp.edu/msbdc
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            University of Massachusetts- Amherst
Name:      John Ciccarelli
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (413)545-6301
Fax:        (413)545-1273
E-mail:      j.ciccarelli@dpc.umass.edu

Provider:    Michigan Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.deq.state.mi.us/ead/iasect/eac.html
Affiliations:  Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Name:      Dave Fiedler
Position:    Manager, Clean Air Asst. Prog.
Telephone:  (517)373-0607
Fax:        (517) 335-4729
E-mail:      eac@deq.state.mi.us
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (National)
Telephone:  (800) 662-9278	

Provider:    Michigan Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:BizServe.com/sbdc
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            Wayne State University
Name:      Ronald Hall
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (313) 964-1798
Fax:        (313)964-3648
E-mail:      ron@misbdc.wayne.edu
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Provider:     Minnesota Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
             Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.pca.state.mn.us/programs/sbap_p.html
Affiliations:  Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Name:       Barbara Conti
Position:     Program Coordinator
Telephone:  (612)297-7709
Fax:         (612)297-7709
E-mail:      barbara.conti@pca.state.mn.us
Name:       Phyllis Strong
Position:     Compliance Asst. Specialist
E-mail:      phyllis.strong@pca.state.mn.us
Name:       Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone:  (800)657-3938	

Provider:     Minnesota Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
             Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.sbe.d.umn.edu/ced/sbdc.html
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
             U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:       Mary Kruger           ,             ,
Position:     State Director
Telephone:  (612) 297-5770
Fax:         (612)296-1290        --'   '
E-mail:  '    mary.kruger@state.mn.us

Provider:     Mississippi Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
             Chemical marketers
             Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Mississippi Department of Environmental
       i        Quality
Name:       Jesse Thompson
Position:     SBAP Principal
Telephone:  (601)961-5171
Fax:         (601)961-5742
E-mail:      jesse_thompson@deq,state.ms.us
Name:       Toll Free Hotline (National)
Telephone:  (800) 725-6112	:	

Provider:     Mississippi Small Business Development
               Center           • ' -
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
             Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.olemiss.edu/depts/mssbdc
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
             U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:       Raleigh Byars
Position:     State Director
Telephone:  (601)232-5001
Fax:         (601)232-5650
E-mail:      rbyars@olemiss.edu
Provider:    Missouri Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.rnissouri.edu/~sbdwww
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            University of Missouri
Name:      Max Summers
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (573)882-0344
Fax:        (573)884-4297
E-mail:      sbdc-mso@ext.missouri.edu

Provider:    Missouri Small Business Technical Assistance
               Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees .
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.state.mo.us/dnr/deq/tap/hometap.htm
Affiliations:  Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Name:      Byron Shaw, Jr.
Position:    Chief, Business Assistance Unit
Telephone:  (573)526-5352
Fax:        (573)526-5808
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (National)
Telephone:  (800) 361-4827	

Provider:    Montana Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.deq.mt.gov/pcd/index.htm
Affiliations:  Montana Department of Environmental Quality,
               Air Quality Division
Name:      Mark Lambrecht
Position:    Project Manager
Telephone:  (406)444-1424
Fax:        (406)406-4441
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (National)
Telephone:  (800) 433-8773       	

Provider:    Montana Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Ralph Closure
Position:    Acting Director
Telephone:  (406)444-4780
Fax:        (406)444-1872
E-mail:      rclosure@mt.gov
                                                                                                                APP
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Provider: Nebraska Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Affiliations: Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
Name: Dan Eddinger
Position: SBAP Principal and Ombudsman
Telephone: (402)471-3413
Fax: (402) 471-2909
E-mail: edh@nccibm.artpnc.eta.gov
Provider: Nebraska Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 1 00 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.nbdc.unomaha.edu
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
Centers
U.S. Small Business Administration
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Name: Robert Bernier
Position: State Director
Telephone: (402) 554-2521
Fax: (402) 554-3473
E-mail: rbemier@cbafaculty.unomaha.edu
Provider: Nevada Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Affiliations: Nevada Department of Environmental
Protection
Name: David Cowperthwaite
Position: Small Business Program Manager
Telephone: (702) 687-4670
Fax: (702) 687-5856
Name: Janet Goldman
Position: Technical Asst. Coordinator
Telephone: (702) 784-3164
Name: Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone: (800) 992-0900
Provider: Nevada Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.scs.unr.edu/nsbdc
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
Centers
U.S. Small Business Administration
University of Nevada, Reno
Name: Sam Males
Position: State Director
Telephone: (702)784-1717
Fax: (702) 784-4337
E-mail: wmoore@scs.unr.edu
Name: Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone: (800) 882-3233
Provider: New Hampshire Small Business Assistance
Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Affiliations: New Hampshire Department of Environmental
Services, Air Resources Division
Name: Rudolph Cartier
Position: Small Business Ombudsman
Telephone: (603)271-1379
Fax: (603)271-1381
E-mail: cartier@de5arsb.mv.com
Name: Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone: (800) 837-0656
Provider: New Hampshire Small Business Development
Center
Membership; Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.crrninc.com/sbdc/index.htm .
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
Centers
U.S. Small Business Administration
University of New Hampshire
Name: Mary Collins
Position: State Director
Telephone: (603) 862-2200
Fax: (603) 862-4876
E-mail: LMl@christa.unh.edu
Provider: New Jersey Small Business Assistance
Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 1 00 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.state.nj.us/dep
Affiliations: New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection,
Office of Permit Information
Name: Chuck McCarty
Position: Director
Telephone: (609) 292-3600
Fax: (609)777-1330
Provider: New Jersey Small Business Development
Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.nj.com/njsbdc
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
Centers
Rutgers University
Name: Brenda Hopper
Position: State Director
Telephone: (973) 353-5950
Fax: (973)353-1110
E-mail: bhopper@andromeda.rutgers.edu
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Provider;    New Mexico Small Business Assistance
               Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  New Mexico Environmental Department, Air
               Quality Bureau
Name:      Lany Weaver
Position:    Program Manager
Telephone:  (505) 827-0042
Fax:        (505) 827-0045
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (National)
Telephone:  (800) 810-7227	

Provider:    New Mexico Small Business Development
               Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            Sante Fe Community College
Name:      J. Roy Miller
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (505)438-1362
Fax:        (505)471-9469
E-mail:      rmiller@santa-fe.cc.nm.us

Provider:    New York Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  New York State Environmental Facilities
               Corporation
Name:      Marian Mudar
Position:    Environmental Program Manager
Telephone:  (518) 457-9135
Fax:        (518)485-8494
E-mail:      mudar@nyefc.org
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone:  (800) 780-7227	

Provider:    New York Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
Name:      James King
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (518)443-5398
Fax:        (518)465-4992
E-mail:      kingjl@sysadm.suny.edu

Provider:    North Carolina Small Business and Technical
               Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.sbtdc.org
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
Name:      Scott Daugherty
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (919) 715-7272
Fax:        (919)715-7777
E-mail:      srdaughe.sbdc@mhs.unc.edu

Provider:    North Carolina Small Business Assistance
               Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  North Carolina Department of Health and
               Natural Resources
Name:      Fin Johnson
Position:    Program Manager
Telephone:  (919)733-0824
Fax:	(919)715-6794         	

Provider:    North Dakota Small Business Assistance
               Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.ehs.health.state.nd.us/ndhd/
Affiliations:  North Dakota Department of Health
Name:      Jeff Burgess
Position:    Environmental Engineer
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone:  (800) 755-1625
Name:      Tom Bachman
Position:    Manager of Permitting
Telephone:  (701)328-5188
Fax:        (701)328-5200
E-mail:      health@pioneer.state.nd.us

Provider:    North Dakota Small Business Development
               Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Walter Kearns
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (701) 777-3700
Fax:        (701)777-3225
E-mail:      Kearns@prairie.nodak.edu

Provider:    Ohio Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.epa.6hio.gov/other/sbao/sbaindex.html
Affiliations:  Ohio EPA, Division of Air Pollution
Name:      Jim Carney
Position:    Program Representative
E-mail:      jim.carney@central.epa.ohio.us
Name:      Rick Carleski
Position:    Program Supervisor
Telephone:  (614)728-1742                             APP
Fax:        (614)644-3681                             /VJT.T
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Name:
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Ohio Small Business Development Center
Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 1 00 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
www.soerf.ohiou.edu/~osbdc
Association of Small Business Development
Centers
U.S. Small Business Administration
Holly Schick
State Director
(614)466-2711
(961) 466-0829
hschick@odod.ohio.gov
Toll Free Hotline (National)
(800)848-1300
Toll Free Hotline (State)
(800) 248-4040

Oklahoma Small Business Assistance Program
Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 1 00 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
www.deq.oklaosf.state.ok.us.SBAPintr.htm
Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality
Adrian Simmons
Wood Furniture, Emissions
Alwin Ning
Electroplating & Printing
(405)271-1400
(405)271-1317
Judy Duncan
Director, Customer Services Div.
Kyle Arthur
Degreasing, Drycleaning, Title V
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Toll Free Hotline (State)
(800)869-1400

Oklahoma Small Business Development Center
Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Association of Small Business Development
Centers
Southeastern Oklahoma State
U.S. Small Business Administration

Grady Pennington
State Director
(800)522-6154
(405)920-7471
gpennington@sosu.edu

E-mail: obteshka.terry@deq.state.or.us
Name: Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone: (800)452-4011

Provider: Oregon Small Business Development Center
Network
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
Centers
Lane Community College
U.S. Small Business Administration
Name: Edward (Sandy) Cutler
Position: State Director
Telephone: (541) 726-2250
Fax: (541)345-6006
E-mail: cutlers@lanecc.edu

Provider: Pennsylvania Air Help Small Business
Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:ww\v.dep.state.pa.us/dep/deputate/pollprev
Affiliations: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental
Resources, Bureau of Air Quality
Name: Scott Kepner
Position: Director
Telephone: (717)787-1663
Fax: (717)772-2303
E-mail: webmaster@al.dep.state.pa.us
Name: Toll Free Hotline (National)
Telephone: (800) 722-4343

Provider: Pennsylvania Small Business Development
Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
Businesses with 1 00 or fewer employees
Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.libertynet.org/pasbdc
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
Centers
The Wharton School of the University of

Pennsylvania
U.S. Small Business Administration
Name: Gregory Higgins
Position: State Director
Telephone: (215)898-1219
Fax: (215)573-2135
E-mail: ghiggins@wharton.upenn.edu
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.deq.state.or.us
Affiliations:  Oregon Department of Environmental Quality,
               Air Quality Division
            Terry Obteshka
            Director
            (503) 229-6147
            (503) 229-5675
        Name:
        Position:
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 Provider:    Rhode Island Small Business Assistance
                Program
 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
             Independently owned businesses
 Affiliations:  Rhode Island Department of Environmental
                Management
 Name:       Pam Annarummo
 Position:    Program Supervisor
 Name:       Richard Enander
 Position:    Technical Assistance Mangager
 Telephone:  (401) 277-6822
 Fax:	(401)277-3810   	

 Provider:    Rhode Island Small Business Development
                Center
 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
             Independently owned businesses
 Internet URUwww.ri-sbdc.com
 Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                Centers
             Bryant College
             U.S. Small Business Administration
 Name:       Douglas Jobling
 Position:    State Director
 Telephone:  (401) 232-6111
 Fax:	(401)232-6933            	

 Provider:    South Carolina Small Business Assistance
                Program
 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
             Independently owned businesses
 Internet URL: www.state.sc.us/dhec/eqchorae.htm
 Affiliations:  South Carolina Bureau of Air Quality Control
 Name:       Chad Pollock
 Position:    Technical Assistance
 Telephone:  (803) 734-2765
 Fax:         (803)734-9196
 E-mail:      pollocrc@columb30.dhec.state.sc.us
 Name:       Donna Gulledge
 Position:    Small Business Ombudsman
 Telephone:  (803) 734-6487
 Fax:         (803)734-9196
 E-mail:      gulleddh@columb30.dhec.state.sc.us
 Name:       Toll Free Hotline (National)
 Telephone:  (800)819-9001
                                                                     Provider:       South Carolina Small
                                                                     Business Development Center
                                                      Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                  Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                  Independently owned businesses
                                                      Internet URL:sbdcweb.badm.sc.edu
                                                      Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                                                                     Centers
                                                                  U.S. Small Business Administration
                                                                  University of South Carolina
                                                      Name:      John Lenti
                                                      Position:    State Director
                                                      Telephone:  (803) 777-4907
                                                      Fax:        (803)777-4403
                                                      E-mail:      Lenti@darla.badm.sc.edu

                                                      Provider:    South Dakota Small Business Assistance
                                                                     Program
                                                      Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                  Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                  Independently owned businesses
                                                      Internet URL:www.state.sd.us/state/executive/denr
                                                      Affiliations:  South Dakota Department of Environmental and
                                                                     Natural Resources
                                                      Name:      Bryan Gustafson
                                                      Position:    Air Permitting
                                                      Telephone:  (605)773-3351
                                                      Fax:        (605)773-6035
                                                      E-mail:      joen@denr.state.sd.us

                                                      Provider:    South Dakota Small Business Development
                                                                     Center
                                                      Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                  Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                  Independently owned businesses
                                                      Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                                                                     Centers
                                                                  U.S. Small Business Administration
                                                                  University of South Dakota
                                                      Name:      Robert Ashley, Jr.
                                                      Position:    State Director
                                                      Telephone:  (605)677-5498
                                                      Fax:        (605) 677-5272
                                                      E-mail:      rashley@sundance.usd.edu

                                                      Provider:    Tennessee Small Business Assistance
                                                                     Program
                                                      Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                  Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                  Independently owned businesses
                                                      Internet URL:www.state.tn.us/environment/permits/handbook
                                                      Affiliations:  Tennessee Department of the Environment and
                                                                     Conservation
                                                      Name:      Linda Sadler
                                                      Position:    Director
                                                      Telephone:  (615)532-0779
                                                      Fax:        (615)532-0614
                                                      Name:      Toll Free Hotline (National)
                                                      Telephone:  (800)734-3619
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Provider:    Tennessee Small Business Development
               Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:\vww.tsbdc.memphis.edu
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            University of Memphis
Name:      Dr. Kenneth Burns
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (901) 678-2500
Fax:        (901) 678-4072
E-mail:      gmickle@admin 1 .memphis.edu

Provider:    Texas Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.tnrcc.state.tx.us/exec/small_business
Affiliations:  Texas Natural Resource Conservation
               Commission
Name:      Kerry Drake
Position:    Manager, Technical Asst. Prog.
Telephone:  (512) 239-1112
Fax:        (512)239-1055
E-mail:      sbap@tnrcc.state.tx.us
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (National)
Telephone:  (800) 447-2827	

Provider:    Texas- Houston Small Business Development
               Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:SmBizSolutions.uh.edu
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            University of Houston
Name:      Mike Young
Position:    Regional Director
Telephone:  (713) 752-8444
Fax:        (713)756-1500
E-mail:      MYoung@UH.EDU	

Provider:    Texas- North Texas Small Business
               Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.dcccd.edu/bjp/sbdc.htm
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            Dallas County Community College
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Elizabeth Klimback
Position:    Regional Director
Telephone:  (214) 860-5835
Fax:        (214) 860-5813
E-mail:      emk9402@dcccd.edu
                                                                 Provider:    Texas- Northwest Texas Small Business
                                                                                Development Center
                                                                 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                             Independently owned businesses
                                                                 Internet URL:nwtsbdc.ttu.edu
                                                                 Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                                                                                Centers
                                                                             Texas Tech University
                                                                             U.S. Small Business Administration
                                                                 Name:       Craig Bean
                                                                 Position:    Regional Director
                                                                 Telephone:  (806) 745-3973
                                                                 Fax:         (806) 745-6207
                                                                 E-mail:      odaus@ttacs.ttu.edu
                                                                 Provider:    Texas- South Texas Border Small Business
                                                                                Development Center
                                                                 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                             Independently owned businesses
                                                                 Internet URL:www.lot49.Tristero.Com/sa/sbdc
                                                                 Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                                                                                Centers
                                                                             U.S. Small Business Administration
                                                                 Name:       Robert McKinley
                                                                 Position:    Regional Director
                                                                 Telephone:  (210)458-2450
                                                                 Fax:         (210)458-2464
                                                                 E-mail:      rmckinle@utsadt.utsa.edu

                                                                 Provider:    University of Kentucky Business Environmental
                                                                                Assistance Program
                                                                 Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                                                                             Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                                                                             Independently owned businesses
                                                                 Internet URL:
                                                                             gatton.gws.uky.edu/KentuckyBusiness/kbeap/k
                                                                             beap.ht
                                                                 Affiliations:  Kentucky Department of Natural Resources and
                                                                                Environmental Protection
                                                                             University of Kentucky
                                                                 Name:       Greg Copely
                                                                 Position:    Director
                                                                 Telephone:  (606) 257-1131
                                                                 Fax:         (606)323-1907
                                                                 E-mail:      kbeap@pop.uky.edu
                                                                 Name:       Toll Free Hotline (State)
                                                                 Telephone:  (800) 562-2327
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Provider:    Utah Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.deq.state.ut.us
Affiliations:  Utah Department of Environmental Quality,
               Division of Air Quality
Name:      Frances Bernards
Position:    Program Manager
Telephone:  (801) 536-4056
Fax:        (801) 536-4099
E-mail:      fbernard@deq.state.ut.us
Name:      Toll Free Hotline
Telephone:  (800) 270-4440	

Provider:    Utah Small  Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.slcc.edu/utahsbdc
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            Salt Lake Community College
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Mike Finnerty
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (801)957-3480
Fax:        (801)957-3489
E-mail:      fmnermi@slcc.edu

Provider:    Vermont Small Business Compliance
               Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Vermont Agency of Natural Resources
Name:      Judy Mirro
Position:    Director
Telephone:  (802)241-3745
Fax:        (802) 241-3273
E-mail:      judym@waste.man.anr.state.vt.us

Provider:    Vermont Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
                Centers
            U.S. Small  Business Administration
Name:      Donald Kelpinski
Position:    State Director
Telephone:   (802)728-9101
Fax:         (802) 728-3026
E-mail:     dkelpins@night.vtc.vsc.edu
Name:       Peter Crawford
Position:     Dir., Environmental Asst. Prog.
E-mail:     pcrawfor@vtc.vsc.edu
               Provider:       Virginia Small Business
               Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.dba.state.virginia.us
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Robert Wilburn
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (804) 371-8253
Fax:        (804) 225-3384
E-mail:      rwilburn@dba.state.va.us

Provider:    Virginia Small Business Policy and Technical
               Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL:www.deq.state.va.us/osba/smallbiz.html
Affiliations:  Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
Name:      Richard Rasmussen
Position:    Manager
Telephone:  (804) 698-4394
Fax:        (804)698-4510
E-mail:      rgrasmusse@deq.state.va.us
Name:      Toll Free Hotline (State)
Telephone:  (800) 592-5482	

Provider:    Washington Small Business Assistance
                Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Washington Department of Ecology
Name:      Leighton Pratt
Position:    Small Business  Ombudsman
Telephone:  (360)407-7018
Fax:	(360) 407-6802	

Provider:    Washington Small Business  Development
                Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.sbdc.wsu.edu
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
                Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            Washington State University
Name:      Carol Riesenberg
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (509)335-1576
Fax:        (509) 335-0949
E-mail:     riesenbe|@wsu.edu
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       Provider:    West Virginia Small Business Assistance
                      Program
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Affiliations:  West Virginia Office of Air Quality
       Name:       Fred Durham
       Position:    Director
       Telephone:  (304) 558-1217
       Fax:         (304) 558-1222
       E-mail:      durhaf@mail.wvnet.edu
       Name:       Toll Free Hotline (State)
       Telephone:  (800) 982-2474	

       Provider:    West Virginia Small Business Development
                      Center
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Internet URL:www .wvdo.org/sbdc
       Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
                      Centers
                   U.S. Small Business Administration
       Name:       Hazel Kroesser-Palmer
       Position:    State Director
       Telephone:  (304) 558-2960
       Fax:        (304)558-0127
       E-mail:      palmeh@mail.wvnet.edu	

       Provider:    Wisconsin Clean Air Assistance Program
       Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
                   Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
                   Independently owned businesses
       Internet URL:badger.state.wi.us/agencies/commerce
       Affiliations:  U.S. Small Business Administration  •
                   University of Wisconsin
                   Wisconsin Department of Commerce
       Name:      Cliff Fleener
       Position:    Clean Air Specialist
       E-mail:      cfleener@mail.state.wi.us
       Name:      Pam Christenson
       Position:    Technical Assitance Director
       Telephone:  (608) 267-9214
       Fax:        (608) 267-0436
       E-mail:      pchriste@mail.state.wi.us
Provider:    Wisconsin Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations:  Association of Small Business Development
               Centers
            U.S. Small Business Administration
            U.S. Small Business Administration
Name:      Erica Mclntire
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (608) 263-7794
Fax:        (608) 263-7830
E-mail:      mcintire@admin.uwex.edu	

Provider:    Wyoming Small Business Assistance Program
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Internet URL: www.deq.state.wy.us/ms/outweb.htm
Affiliations:  Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality,
                Division of Air Quality
Name:      Charles Raffelson
Position:    Program Coordinator
Telephone:  (307) 777-7391
Fax:        (307) 777-5616
E-mail:      dclark@missc.state.wy.us	

Provider:    Wyoming Small Business Development Center
Membership: Businesses classified as non-major sources
            Businesses with 100 or fewer employees
            Independently owned businesses
Affiliations: Association of Small Business Development
                Centers
            U.S. Small  Business Administration
Name:      Diane Wolverton
Position:    State Director
Telephone:  (307) 766-3505
Fax:        (307) 766-3406
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                                      NON-PROFIT - NATIONAL
Provider:    Center for Emissions Control
Membership: Chlorinated solvent producers
Internet URL:www.cec-dc.org
Affiliations:  Chlorine Institute
Name:      Stephen Risotto
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (202) 785-4374
Fax:        (202) 833-0381
E-mail:      srisotto@cec-dc.org
Provider:    Research Triangle Institute
Membership: Researchers
Internet URL:www.rti.org/gen_info.html
Affiliations:  Duke University
            North Carolina State University
            University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Name:      Jesse Baskir, Ph.D.
Position:    Director
Telephone:  (919)541-5882
Fax:        (919) 541-7155
E-mail:      jbaskir@rti.org
                                         NON-PROFIT - STATE
Provider:    Plastics Processors Association of Ohio
Membership: Plastics processors
            Rubber product manufacturers
Internet URL:www.polysort.com
Affiliations:  Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc.
Name:      Chris Chrisman
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (800) 326-8666
Fax:        (330)665-5152
E-mail:  -   ppaohio@polysort.com
                               PRIVATE COMPANY - INTERNATIONAL
 Provider:    Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy
 Membership: CFCs, HCFCs & HFCs prod, manuf.
            Producers of CFCs, HCFCs, and HFCs
 Name:      David Stirpe
 Position:    Legislative Council
 Telephone:  (703) 243-0344
 Fax:        (703) 243-2874
                        PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION - INTERNATIONAL
 Provider:    American Association of Textile Chemists and
                Colorists
 Membership: Textile chemists
             Textile colorists
 Internet URL: www.aatcc.org
 Name:       Jerry Tew
 Position:    Technical Director
 Telephone:  (919)549-8141
 Fax:	(919) 549-8933	

 Provider:    American Oil Chemists Society
 Membership: Fats, oils, & related materials chemists
             Fats, oils, & related materials manufacturers
 Internet URL:www.aocs.org
 Name:       James C. Lyon
 Position:    Executive Director
 Telephone:  (217) 359-2344
 Fax:         (217)351-8091
 E-mail:      general@aocs.org
 Provider:    Center for Waste Reduction Technologies
 Membership: Chemical manufacturers
             Contractors
             Downstream manufacturing industries
             Petroleum products manufacturers
             Pharmaceutical manufacturers
             Raw materials suppliers
 Internet URL: 198.6.4.175/docs/cwrt.index.htm
 Affiliations:  American Institute of Chemical Engineers
 Name:       Jack Weaver
 Position:    Director
 Telephone:  (212)705-7424
 Fax:        (212) 838-8274
 E-mail:      cwrt@aiche.org        	
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       Provider:   Electrochemical Society
       Membership: Electrochemical engineers
                   Electrochemical facilities
                   Electrochemical scientists
       Internet URLrwww.electrochem.org
       Affiliations: American Association for the Advancement of
                      Science
                   Chemical Heritage Foundation
                   Federation of Materials Sciences
       Name:      V.H. Brannecky
       Position:   Executive Secretary
       Telephone:  (609)737-1902
       Fax:        (609) 737-2743
       E-mail:     ecs@electrochem.org
Provider:    Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper
               Industry
Membership: Pulp and paper industry professionals
            Pulp and paper manufacturers
            Pulp and paper processors
            Pulp-derived chemical products manufacturers
Internet URUwww.tappi.org
Affiliations:  American Forest and Paper Association
            National Council for Air and Stream
               Improvement
            Paper Industry Management Association
Name:      Wayne Gross
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (770) 209-7233
Fax:        (770) 446-6947
                                   PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION - NATIONAL
       Provider:    American Chemical Society
       Membership: Chemical engineers
                   Chemists
       Internet URL:ww\v.acs.org
       Name:      John K. Crum
       Position:    Executive Director
       Telephone:  (202) 872-8724
       Fax:	(202) 872-6206	

       Provider:    American Institute of Chemical Engineers
       Membership: Chemical engineers
       Internet URL:www.aiche.org
       Affiliations:  Center for Chemical Process Safety
                   Center for Waste Reduction Technologies
                   Design Institute for Emergency Relief Systems
                   Design Institute for Physical Property Data
       Name:      Sean Devlin Bersell
       Position:    Director, Government Relations
       Telephone:  (202) 962-8690
       Fax:        (202) 962-8699
Provider:    Federation of Societies for Coatings
               Technology
Membership: Chemical coatings manufacturers
            Chemical coatings users
Internet URL: www.coatingstech.org
Affiliations:  National Paint and Coatings Association
Name:      Robert F. Ziegler
Position:    Executive Vice President
Telephone:  (610)940-0777
Fax:        (610)940-0292	

Provider:    Society of Cosmetic Chemists
Membership: Chemists
Name:      Theresa Cesario
Position:    Business Administrator
Telephone:  (212)668-1500
Fax:        (212)668-1504
E-mail:      societycoschem@worldnet.att.net
                                     TRADE ASSOCIATION - INTERNATIONAL
       Provider:    Adhesives and Sealants Council
       Membership: Adhesives manufacturers
                   Consultants
                   Equipment manufacturers
                   Sealant manufacturers
       Internet URL:www.ascouncil.org
       Name:      Mark Collatz
       Position:    Director of Government Relations
       Telephone:  (202)452-1500
       Fax:        (202)452-1501
Provider:    Chlorine Institute
Membership: Chlor-alkali chemical distributors
            Chlor-alkali chemicals manufacturers
            Chlor-alkali chemicals marketers
Internet URL:www.cl2.com
Affiliations:  Center for Emissions Control
            Chemical Manufacturers Association
            Halogenated Solvents Industry Alliance
Name:      Arthur Duncan
Position:    VP Health, Safety, & Environment
Name:      Dr. Robert Smerko
Position:    President
Telephone:  (202) 775-2790
Fax:        (202) 223-7225
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               - Technical Assistance Providers
Provider:    International Institute of Synthetic Rubber
                Products             ,
Membership: Synthetic Rubber Producers
Name:
Position:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
R.J. Killian
Managing Director
(713)783-7511
(713) 783-7253
iisrp@attmail.com
Provider:    Pulp Chemicals Association
Membership: Pulp-derived chemical products manufacturers
Provider:     Suppliers of Advanced Composite Materials
                Association
Membership: Advanced composite materials suppliers
Affiliations:  Suppliers of Advanced Materials Processing
                Engineers
Name:       Lynne Justice
Position:     Director of Administration
Telephone:   (703)841-1556
Fax:         (703)812-8743
E-mail:       iaistaff@worldnet.att.net
Name:
Position:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Name:
Position:
Telephone:
Fax:
Jennie Lazarus
PCA Coordinator
(770) 209-7237
jlazarus@tappi.org
Matthew Coleman
Executive Director
(770)446-1290
(770) 446-1487
                                   TRADE ASSOCIATION - NATIONAL
Provider:    Adhesives Manufacturers Association •
Membership: Adhesives manufacturers
             Raw materials suppliers
Internet URL:www.adhesive.org/ama
Name:       Frank Moore
Position:    Director, Government Relations
Telephone:   (202)857-1127
Fax:	(202)857-1115	

Provider:    American Crop Protection Association
Membership: Agricultural crop protection distributors
             Agricultural crop protection forrhulators
             Agricultural crop protection manufacturers
             Pest control product distributors
             Pest control product formulators
             Pest control product manufacturers
Internet URL:www.acpa.org
Name:       Ray McAllister
Position:    Director, Regulatory Affairs
Telephone:   (202)296-1585
Fax:	(202) 463-0474	

Provider:    American Fiber Manufacturers Association
Membership: Fibers, filaments, and yarns manufacturers
Internet URL:www.fibersource.com (under construction)
Affiliations:   Fiber Economics Bureau
Name:       Dr. Robert Barker
Position:    Vice President
Telephone:   (202)296-6508
Fax:         (202)296-3052
E-mail:       inks@afma.org
Name:       Jeff Inks
                                              Provider:    American Petroleum Institute
                                              Membership: Petroleum products manufacturers
                                                           Petroleum products users
                                              Internet URL:www.api.org
                                              Name:       Joe Lastelic
                                              Position:    Senior Media Relations Rep
                                              Telephone:   (202)682-8000
                                              Fax:         (202)682-8096
                                              E-mail:      pr@api.org

                                              Provider:    Biotechnology Industry Organization
                                              Membership: Biotechnology companies
                                                           State biotechnology centers
                                              Internet URL: www.bio.org
                                              Affiliations:   Arkansas Biotechnology Association and
                                                              Biomedical Technology Center
                                                           Bay Area Bioscience Center
                                                           BIO+Florida
                                                       ,    BIOCOM/San Diego
                                              •          •   Biotechnology Association of Maine
                                                           Biotechnology Council of New Jersey
                                                           California Healthcare Institute
                                                           Colorado Biotechnology Association
                                                           Connecticut United For Research Excellence
                                                           Edison Biotechnology Center
                                                           Georgia Biomedical Partnership
                                                           Illinois Alliance for Biotechnology
                                                           Iowa Biotechnology Association
                                                           Los Alamos National Lab
                                                           Maryland Bioscience Alliance
                                                           Massachusetts Biotechnology Council
                                                           Michigan Biotechnology Association
                                                           Minnesota Biotechnology Association
                                                           New York Biotechnology Association
                                                           North Carolina Bioscience Organization
                                                           Oregon Bioscience Association
                                                           Pennsylvania Biotechnology Association
                                                           South Dakota Biotechnology Association
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       Name:
       Position:
       Telephone:
       Fax:
       E-mail:
Texas Healthcare and Bioscience Institute
Utah Life Science Industries Association
Virginia Biotechnology Association
Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical
   Association
Wisconsin Biotechnology Association
Richard G. Godown
President
(202) 857-0244
(202) 857-0237
info@bio.org
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       Provider:     Chemical Coalers Association International
       Membership: Chemical coatings manufacturers
                    Chemical coatings users
       Internet URL:www.finishing.com/CCAI/index.html
       Name:       Anne Goyer
       Position:     Executive Director
       Telephone:   (513)624-6767                       *
       Fax:         (513)624-0601
       E-mail:      aygoyer@mci2000.com

       Provider:     Chemical Manufacturers Association
       Membership: Chemical manufacturers
       Internet URL:www.cmahq.com
       Affiliations:  Alabama Chemical Association
                    Alliance of Chemical Industries of New York
                       State, Inc.
                    Association of Water Technologies
                    Chemical Council of Missouri
                    Chemical Industry Committee, Tennessee
                       Association of Business
                    Chemical Industry Committee, WV
                       Manufacturers Association
                    Chemical Industry Council of Associated
                       Industries of Kentucky
                    Chemical Industry Council of California
                    Chemical Industry Council of Delaware
                    Chemical Industry Council of Illinois
                    Chemical Industry Council of Maryland
                    Chemical Industry Council of New Jersey
                    Chlorine Institute, The
                    Compressed Gas Association, Inc.
                    East Harris County Manufacturers Association
                    Florida Manufacturing and Chemical Council
                    Louisiana Chemical Association
                    Manufacturers and Chemical Industry Council
                       of North Carolina
                    Massachusetts Chemical Technology Alliance
                    Michigan Chemical Council
                    Minnesota Chemical Technology Alliance
                    Ohio Chemical Council
                    Pennsylvania  Chemical Industry Council
                    Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers
                       Association
                    Texas Chemical Council
                    Vinyl Institute
        Name:      Joe Mayhew
        Position:    Asst. VP, Environment & Policy
        Telephone:  (703)741-5000
        Fax:         (703) 741-6000
Provider:    Chemical Producers and Distributors
               Association
Membership: Chemical distributors
            Chemical manufacturers
Name:      Warren Stickle
Position:    President
Telephone:  (703) 548-7700
Fax:        (703) 548-3149
E-mail:      cpda@ix.netcom.com

Provider:    Chemical Specialties Manufacturers
               Association
Membership: Chemical manufacturers
Internet URL:www.csma.org
Name:      Philip Klein
Position:    Director, Fed. Legislative Affairs
Telephone:  (202) 872-8110
Fax:        (202)872-8114
E-mail:      csma@juno.com	

Provider:    Chlorine Chemistry Council
Membership: Chlorine producers
Internet URL:www.c3.org
Affiliations: Chemical Manufacturers Association
Name:      Clifford Howlett
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (703) 741-5000
Fax:        (703) 741-6084
E-mail:      info@c3.org

Provider:    Color Pigments  Manufacturers Association, Inc.
Membership: Color pigment manufacturers
Name:      Doug Nelson
Position:    Research and Regulatory Affairs
Telephone:  (703) 684-4044
Fax:	(703)684-1795  	

Provider:    Composite Fabricators Association
Membership: Composite distributors
            Composite manufacturers
            Composite suppliers
            Composite users
            Consultants
            Educators
            Retirees
Internet URL:www.cfa-hq.org
Name:      Robert Lacovara
Position:     Director, Technical Services
Name:      Steve McNally
Position:     Director, Government Affairs
Telephone:  (703) 525-0511
Fax:         (703)525-0515
E-mail:     cfa@cfa-hq.org
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 Provider:    Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association
| Membership: Personal care products distributors
             Personal care products manufacturers
             Raw materials suppliers
 Internet URL:www.ctfa.org
 Affiliations:  Cosmetic Ingredient Review
 Name:       Joyce Graff
 Position:    Manager, Environmental Affairs
 Telephone:  (202)331-1770
 Fax:        (202)331-1969	

 Provider:    Fertilizer Institute
 Membership: Consultants
             Fertilizer distributors
             Fertilizer manufacturers
             Raw materials suppliers
 Name:       Jim Skillen
 Position:    Dir., Envir. & Energy Programs
 Telephone:  (202)675-8250
 Fax:	(202)544-8123	

 Provider:    Fire Retardant Chemical Association
 Membership: Fire retardant materials producers
             Fire retardant materials users
 Name:       Russel C. Kidder
 Position:    Executive Vice President
 Telephone:  (717)291-5616
 Fax:.	(717)295-9637             	

 Provider:    Foodservice and Packaging Institute, Inc.
 Membership: Disposable foodservice products distrib.
             Disposable foodservice products manuf.
             Equipment manufacturers
             Raw materials suppliers
 Internet URL:www.fpi.org
 Name:       Ann Mattheis
 Position:    Director, Public Affairs
 Name:       Richard B. Norment
 Position:    President
 Telephone:  (703) 527-7505
 Fax:        (703) 527-7512   -
 E-mail:      fooserv@crosslink.net

 Provider:    International Fabricare Institute
 Membership: Drycleaners
             Launderers
 Internet URL:www.ifi.org
 Name:       Jim Patrie
 Position:    President
 Telephone:  (301)622-1900
 Fax:        (301)236-9320
 E-mail:      communications@ifi.org
 Name:       Toll Free Hotline (National)
 Telephone:  (800)638-2627
Provider:    International Slurry Surfacing Association
Membership: Asphalt slurry seal companies
             Professionals involved in asphalt slurry seal
Internet URL:www.history.rochester.edu/issa
Affiliations:  Foundation for Pavement Rehabilitation and
                Maintenance Research
Name:       John Fiegel
Position:    Executive Officer
Telephone:  (202)857-1160
Fax:         (202)857-1111
E-mail:      issa@spa.com

Provider:    Metal Finishing Suppliers Association
Membership: Metal finishing materials suppliers
Internet URL:www.metal-fmishing.com/mfsa.htm
Name:       Dr. Rebecca Spearot
Position:    Environmental Affairs Chair
Name:       Ken Hankinso
Position:    Environmental Affairs Vice Chair
Name:       Richard W. Grain
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (630)887-0797
Fax:	(630) 887-0799	

Provider:    National Association of Chemical Distributors
Membership: Chemical distributors
Internet URL: www.nacd.com
Affiliations:  National Association of Chemical Distributors
                Education Foundation
Name:       Geoffrey O'Hara
Position:    Director, Government Affairs
Name:       William Allmond
Position:    Director, Regulatory Affairs
Telephone:  (703) 527-6223
Fax:	(703) 527-7747     	'

Provider:    National Association of Chemical Distributors
                Education Foundation
Membership: Chemical distributors
             Chemical manufacturers
             Chemical marketers
             Chemical recyclers
             Chemical users
Internet URL:www.nacd.com/NACDEF
Affiliations:  National Association of Chemical Distributors
Name:       Lisa  Capone
Position:    Program Manager
Telephone:  (703) 527-6223
Fax:	(703) 527-7747	

Provider:    National Association of Chemical Recyclers
Membership: Chemical recyclers
Internet  URL:www.bismarck.com/nacr/nacr.html
Affiliations:  Cement Kiln Recycling Coalition
Name:       H. Peter Nerger
Position:    President
Telephone:  (202)296-1725
Fax:         (202)296-2530
E-mail:      103612,514@compuserve.com
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Provider: National Association of Printing Ink
Manufacturers, Inc.
Membership: Printing ink manufacturers
Internet URL:www.napim.org/napim
Affiliations: National Printing Ink Research Institute
Name: George Fuchs
Position: Environmental Manager
Telephone: (201) 288-9454
Fax: (201)288-9453
E-mail: napim@napim.org
Provider: National Paint and Coatings Association
Membership: Chemical coatings manufacturers
Chemical coatings users
Paint distributors
Paint manufacturers
Paint users
Raw materials suppliers
Internet URL: www.paint.org
Name: J. Andrew Doyle
Position: Executive Director
Telephone: (202) 462-6272
Fax: (202) 462-8549
E-mail: npca@paint.org
Name: Sonya McDavid
Position: Asst. Dir. Environmental Affairs
Name: Stephen R. Sides
Position: Director, Health, Safety, & Env.
Provider: National Pest Control Association
Membership: Pesticides applicators
Internet URL:w\vw.pestworld.com
Name: Bob Rosenberg
Position: Director of Government Affairs
E-mail: Bob_Rosenberg@msn.com
Name: Gene Harrington
Position: Manager of Government Affairs
E-mail: Harrington@pestworld.org
Name: Rob Lederee
Position: CEO & Executive Vice President
Telephone: (703) 573-8330
Fax: (703)573-4116
E-mail: Lederer@pestworld.org
Provider: Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of
America
Membership: Research-based pharmaceutical operations
Internet URL: www.phrma.org
Affiliations: Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of
America Foundation
Name: Thomas White
Position: Associate Vice President
Telephone: (202) 835-3546
Fax: (202) 835-3597
Provider: Polyisocyanurate Insulation Manufacturers
Association
Membership: Polyiso insulation manufacturers
Raw materials suppliers
Name: Rebecca Loyd
Position: Secretary
Telephone: (202)624-2709
Fax: (202) 628-3856
E-mail: pima@buildernet.com
Provider: Powder Coatings Institute
Membership: Powder coating equipment suppliers
Powder coating facilities
Powder coating materials manufacturers
Powder coating materials marketers
Resin manufacturers
Internet URL: www.powdercoating.org
Name: Greg Bocchi
Position: Executive Director
Telephone: (703)684-1770
Fax: (703)684-1771
E-mail: pci-info@powdercoating.org
Provider: Rubber Manufacturers Association
Membership: Rubber product manufacturers
Tire manufacturers
Internet URL:www.rma.org
Affiliations: Scrap Tire Management Council
Tire Industry Safety Council
Name: Kristen Udowitz
Position: Communications and Marketing
Telephone: (202) 682-4800
Fax: (202)783-3512
E-mail: kristen@tmn.com
Provider: Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc.
Membership: Plastics moldmakers
Plastics processors
Raw materials suppliers
Internet URL:www.socplas.org
Name: Pat Toner
Position: Technical Vice President
Telephone: (202) 974-5200
Fax: (202) 296-7005
E-mail: feedback@socplas.org
Name: Tom Southall
Position: Information Manager

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                - Technical Assistance Providers
 Provider:    Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers
                Association
 Membership: Chemical distributors
             Chemical manufacturers
             Chemical marketers
             Service providers to the Chemical Industry
 Internet URL:www.socma.com
 Name:       Cheryl O. Morton
 Position:    Director, Technical Affairs
 Name:       Graydon Powers
 Position:    President
 Name:       Mary J. Legatski
 Position:    Director, Government Relations
 Name:       Robert Grasso
 Position:    Vice President of Govt Affairs
 Telephone:  (202) 296-8577
 Fax:         (202)296-8120
 Name:       Sherry L. Edwards
 Position:    Director, Public Policy
Provider:    Vinyl Institute
Membership: Vinyl additives & modifiers manufacturers
            Vinyl chloride monomer manufacturers
            Vinyl manufacturers
            Vinyl packaging manufacturers
Internet URL:www.vinylinfo.org
Affiliations: Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc.
            Vinyl Environmental Resource Center
Name:      Robert H. Burnett
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (973) 898-6699
Fax:        (973) 898-6633
E-mail:      vi@socplas.org
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                                           TRADE ASSOCIATION - STATE
APP
                            ALABAMA

       Provider:    Alabama Chemical Association
       Membership: Chemical distributors
                   Chemical manufacturers
                   Chemical marketers
       Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
                   Federation of State Chemical Associations
       Name:      Mark Fowler
       Position:    Executive Director
       Telephone:  (334) 260-7772
       Fax:        (334) 260-7775
       E-mail:	Alachem@aol.com	

                           CALIFORNIA

       Provider:    Chemical Industry Council of California
       Membership: Chemical distributors
                   Chemical manufacturers
                   Chemical marketers
                   Chemical recyclers
       Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
                   Federation of State Chemical Associations
       Name:      Steve Murril
       Position:    Executive Director
       Telephone:  (916) 564-9394
       Fax:        (916) 564-9398
       E-mail:	sdmcicc@ix.netcom.com	

                            DELAWARE

       Provider:    Chemical Industry Council of Delaware
       Membership: Chemical distributors
                   Chemical manufacturers
                   Chemical marketers
                   Chemical recyclers
       Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
                   Federation  of State Chemical Associations
       Name:      William Wood
       Position:    Executive Director
       Telephone:  (302) 655-4707
       Fax:        (302) 655-4374
       E-mail:	woodbyrd@lansol.net	

                              FLORIDA

       Provider:    Florida Manufacturing and Chemical Council
       Membership: Chemical distributors
                   Chemical manufacturers
       Internet URL:www.fmcc.org
       Affiliations: Chemical Manufacturers Association
                   Federation of State Chemical Associations
       Name:      Nancy Stephens
       Position:    Executive Director
       Telephone:  (850) 224-8141
       Fax:        (850)224-5283
       E-mail:      fmcc@internetmci.com
                      ILLINOIS

Provider:    Chemical Industry Council of Illinois
Membership: Chemical distributors
            Chemical manufacturers
            Chemical marketers
            Chemical recyclers
Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
            Federation of State Chemical Associations
Name:      Jack Toslosky
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (847) 823-4020
Fax:        (847) 823-4033
E-mail:	cicirmt@icsp.net	

                     KENTUCKY

Provider:    Chemical Industry Council of Associated
                Industries of Kentucky
Membership: Chemical distributors
            Chemical manufacturers
            Chemical marketers
            Chemical recyclers
Internet URL:www.aik.org
Affiliations:  Associated Industries of Kentucky
            Chemical Manufacturers Association
            Federation of State Chemical Associations
Name:      C. Greg Higdon
Position:    Acting Executive Vice President
Telephone:  (502) 491-4737
Fax:        (502)491-5322
E-mail:	aik@aik.org	

                      LOUISIANA

Provider:    Louisiana Chemical Association
Membership: Chemical distributors
            Chemical manufacturers
            Chemical marketers
Internet URL:www.lca.org
Affiliations: Chemical Manufacturers Association
            Federation of State Chemical Associations
            Louisiana Chemical Industry Association
Name:      Dan Borne
Position:    President
Telephone:  (504) 344-2609
Fax:        (504)344-1007
E-mail:     dan@lca.org
Name:       Henry T. Graham, Jr.
Position:     Director, Environ. & Legal Affairs
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                      MARYLAND

 Provider:    Chemical Industry Council of Maryland
 Membership: Chemical distributors
             Chemical manufacturers
             Chemical marketers,
             Chemical recyclers
 Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
             Federation of State Chemical Associations
 Name:       RoyVaillant
 Position:    Managing Director
 Telephone:  (410)974-4797
 Fax:         (410)974-4071
 E-mail:      cicmd@aol.com

                  MASSACHUSETTS

 Provider:    Massachusetts Chemical Technology Alliance
 Membership: Chemical distributors
             Chemical engineering firms
             Chemical manufacturers
             Chemical marketers
             Chemical recyclers
             Chemical users
 Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
             Federation of State Chemical Associations
 Name:       Michael DeVito
 Position:    Executive Director
 Telephone:  (617)451-6282
 Fax:	(617)695-9568	

                      MICHIGAN

 Provider:    Michigan Chemical Council
 Membership: Chemical distributors
             Chemical manufacturers
             Chemical marketers
 Internet URL:www.mccinfo.org
 Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
             Federation of State Chemical Associations
 Name:       Andrew Such
 Position:    Executive Director
 Telephone:  (517) 372-8898
 Fax:         (517)372-9020
 E-mail:	MCCinfo@voyager.net	'

                     MINNESOTA

 Provider:    Minnesota Chemical Technology Alliance
 Membership: Chemical distributors
             Chemical engineers
             Chemical manufacturers
             Chemical marketers
             Chemical recyclers
 Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
             Federation of State Chemical Associations
 Name:       Joel Carlson
 Position:    Director
 Telephone:  (612) 332-8063
 Fax:         (612) 332-2089
                      MISSOURI

Provider:    Chemical Council of Missouri
Membership: Chemical distributors
             Chemical manufacturers
             Chemical marketers
             Chemical recyclers
Internet URL: www.ccmo.org
Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
             Federation of State Chemical Associations
Name:       Randy Scherr
Position:    Executive Administrator
Telephone:  (573) 636-2822
Fax:         (573)636-9749
E-mail:       rjscherr@sockets.net

                     NEW JERSEY

Provider:    Chemical Industry Council of New Jersey
Membership: Chemical distributors
             Chemical manufacturers
             Chemical marketers
             Chemical recyclers
Internet URL:www.cicnj.org
Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
             Federation of State Chemical Associations
Name:       Hal Bozarth
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (609)392-4214
Fax:         (609)392-4816            ,         ',
E-mail:	cicinjhal@aol.com	•

                      NEW YORK

Provider:    Alliance of Chemical Industries of New York
               State, Inc.
Membership: Chemical manufacturers
             Service providers to the Chemical Industry
Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
             Federation of State Chemical Associations
Name:       Diana Hinchcliff
Position:    Executive Director
Telephone:  (518)427-7861
Fax:         (518)427-7008
E-mail:	gtemcic@aol.com	

                  NORTH CAROLINA

Provider:    Manufacturers and Chemical Industry Council
               of North Carolina
Membership: Chemical distributors
             Chemical manufacturers
             Chemical marketers
             Chemical recyclers
Internet URL:www.mcicnc.org
Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
             Federation of State Chemical Associations
Name:       George Everett
Position:     Executive Director
Telephone:   (919)834-9459
Fax:         (919)834-8268
E-mail:      gtenecic@aol.com                          APP
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                              OHIO

       Provider:    Ohio Chemical Council
       Membership: Chemical distributors
                   Chemical manufacturers
                   Chemical marketers
                   Chemical recyclers
       Internet URL:www.ohiochem.org
       Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
       Name:       Peggy Smith
       Position:    Secretary/Executive Director
       Telephone:  (614)224-1730
       Fax:         (614) 224-5168
       E-mail:      ohchem@infinet.com

                          PENNSYLVANIA

       Provider:    Pennsylvania Chemical Industry Council
       Membership: Chemical engineers
                   Chemical manufacturers
                   Chemical marketers
                   Chemical recyclers
       Internet URL:www.pcic.org
       Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
                   Federation of State Chemical Associations
       Name:       David W. Patti
       Position:    President
       Telephone:  (717)232-6681
       Fax:        (717) 232-4684
       E-mail:	info@pcic.org	'_

                           TENNESSEE

       Provider:    Chemical Industry Committee, Tennessee
                      Association of Business
       Membership: Chemical distributors
                   Chemical manufacturers
                   Chemical marketers
                   Chemical recyclers
       Internet URL:www.tennbiz.org
       Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
                   Federation of State Chemical Associations
       Name:      Josh Ellis
       Position:    Director of Environmental Affairs
       Telephone:  (615) 256-5141
       Fax:        (615)256-6726
       E-mail:     info@tennbiz.org
                       TEXAS

Provider:    Texas Chemical Council
Membership: Chemical distributors
            Chemical manufacturers
            Chemical marketers
            Chemical recyclers
Internet URL: www.txchemcouncil.org
Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
            Federation of State Chemical Associations
Name:      James Woodrick
Position:    President
Telephone:  (512)477-4465
Fax:        (512)477-5387
E-mail:	woodrick@txchemcouncil.org	

                   WEST VIRGINIA

Provider:    Chemical Industry Committee, West Virginia
               Manufacturers Association
Membership: Chemical distributors
            Chemical manufacturers
            Chemical marketers
            Chemical recyclers
Internet URL:www.wvma.com
Affiliations:  Chemical Manufacturers Association
            Federation of State Chemical Associations
Name:      Brenda Nichols Harper
Position:    Director of Chemical Affairs
Telephone:  (304) 342-2123
Fax:        (304) 342-4552
E-mail:      wvmacic@citynet.net
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                                        UNIVERSITY - NATIONAL
    Provider:    Center for Clean Products and Clean
                   Technologies at the University of
                   Tennessee
    Membership: Academic researchers
    Internet URL:www.ra.utk.edu/eerc/clean2.html
    Affiliations:  University of Tennessee - Knoxville
                University of Tennessee Energy,
                   Environment, and Resources Center
    Name:      Gary A. Davis
    Position:    Director
    Telephone:  (423) 974-4251
    Fax:        (423)974-1838
    E-mail:      davisg@eerc.gw.utk.edu

    Provider:    Center for Clean Technology at UCLA
    Membership: Academic researchers
    Internet URL:www.cct.seas.ucla.edu
    Affiliations:  University of California- Los Angeles
    Name:      Dr. Selim Senkan
    Position:    Director
    Telephone:  (310)206-3071
    E-mail:      cct@seas.ucla.edu

    Provider:    Hazardous Substance Research Center
                   South & Southwest
    Membership: Academic researchers
    I nternet URL: www.eng. lsu.edu/center/hsrc.html
    Affiliations:  Georgia Institute of Technology
                Louisiana State University
                Rice University
                U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
    Name:      Danny D. Reible
    Position:    Director
    Telephone:  (504) 388-6770
    Fax:        (504) 388-5043
    E-mail:      cmreib@lsuvm.sncc.lsu.edu
Provider:    Indiana Pollution Prevention and Safe
               Materials Institute
Membership: Academic researchers
Internet URL:www.ecn.purdue.edu/IPPI/
Affiliations:  Purdue University
Name:      Lynn A. Corson Ph.D.
Position:    Director
Telephone:  (317)494-6450
Fax:        (317)494-6422
E-mail:      corsonl@ecn.purdue.edu

Provider:    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
               Environmental Technology and Public
               Policy Program
Membership: Academic researchers
Internet URL:web.mit.edu/dusp/etpp/index-t.html
Affiliations:  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Name:      David Laws
Position:    Program Adminstrator
Name:      Lawrence Susskind ,
Position:    Co-Principal Investigator
Telephone:  (617)256-5724
Fax:        (617)253-7402
E-mail:      etp@mit.edu
Name:      Vicki Norberg-Bohm
Position:    Co-Principal Investigator

Provider:    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
               Program in Technology, Business, and
               the Environment
Membership: Academic researchers
Internet URL:web.mit.edu/ctpid/www/tbe/overview.htnil
Affiliations:  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Name:      Dr. John Ehrenfeld
Position:    Director
Telephone:  (617)253-5724
Fax:        (617)253-7402
E-mail:      Jehren@mit.edu
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                                           UNIVERSITY - STATE


      Provider:   University of Tennessee Waste Management Research and Education Institute
      Membership: Academic researchers
      Internet URL:www.ra.utk.edu/eerc/wmrei2.html
      Affiliations: University of Tennessee
      Name:      Dr. Gary Sayler
      Position:   Acting Director
      Telephone: (423) 974-4251
      Fax:        (423) 974-1838
      E-mail:     sayler@utk.edu
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Jndex
Air, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19,20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 36, 57, 67,
   68, 71, 74, 91, 92
Audit, 23, 27. See Environmental auditing

                           B

Best management practice (BMP), 33, 42
BMP. See Best management practice
Brownfields, 62, 63
 CAA. See Clean Air Act (CAA)
 Case studies, 34, 111, 112, 111-13
 CD-ROM. See Software: CD-ROM
 CERCLA. See Comprehensive Environmental Response,
   Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA)
 CESQG. See Generator: conditionally exempt small quantity
 Checklist, 7, 23, 27, 33, 35, 36, 48, 68, 81
 Clean Air Act (CAA), 8, 11-32, 50, 51, 52, 53, 58, 68, 74, 91
   Section 112(r), 16, 17, 20, 21, 50, 51, 52, 53
   Section 112(r), 13, 14, 15
   Section 183(D), 23
   Section 608, 23, 24, 27
 Clean Water Act (CWA), 30, 32-42, 58
   Section 403, 33, 38
   Section 404, 32
 Clean-up, 53, 54, 60-63, 80, 81, 82,  84
 Compliance, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25,
   26, 27, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39,  45, 48, 51, 55, 56, 57, 66,
   67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 74, 76, 77, 86,  89, 91, 92, 95, 96, 97, 101,
   107, 110
   CAA, 25-27
   CWA, 35-37
   EPCRA, 48
   RCRA, 67-70
   TSCA, 91
 Comprehensive Environmental Response,  Compensation, and
   Liability Act (CERCLA), 16, 17,  20, 21, 25, 26, 30, 35, 36,
   43, 45, 46, 47, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63,
   65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 84, 85, 88, 91,
   92
 Confidential business information, 65, 74, 89,93
 CWA. See Clean Water Act (CWA)

                            E

 EHS. See extremely hazardous substance
 Electronic mailing list, 45, 54, 62, 100, 108
 Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
   (EPCRA), 16, 17, 20, 43-52, 53,  57, 58, 59, 60, 65, 66, 69,
   72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 85, 87, 88, 116
   Section 311, 52
   Section 312, 52
   Section 313, 16, 20, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50,  51, 92
   TRI, 5, 43, 44, 45, 49, 50, 51, 109
 Emissions, 18, 19, 20, 21, 57,  74
 EMS. See Environmental management system
Enforcement, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 26, 27, 35, 36, 52, 57, 63, 66, 67,
  68,69,77,83,91, 101, 107, 114
Enviro$en$e, 10, 11, 31, 43, 53, 87, 95, 99, 100, 107
Environmental auditing, 27, 37, 48, 96-98, 99, 100, 103, 110
Environmental management system (EMS), 95, 96, 100-10,5
EPCRA. See Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
  Know Act (EPCRA)
Exporters, 67, 90
Extremely hazardous substance (EHS), 43, 47, 52

                           F

Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, arid Rodenticide Act (FIFRA),
  15, 25, 26, 36, 58, 68, 90, 91

                           G

Generator, 53, 55, 56, 64-66, 73, 75, 76
  conditionally exempt small quantity, 64
  large quantity, 65, 74
Global warming, 22-24
Groundwater, 53, 54, 61, 63, 76, 77, 81, 83, 84

                           H

Hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), 16, 19, 20, 21, 25, 28, 29, 92
Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments (HSWA), 59, 78, 85
Hazardous waste, 19, 26, 35, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 63,
  64, 65," 66, 67, 68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 77, 78, 85, 88, 111,
   114, 115
HON, 7, 26
Hotline, 12, 13, 17, 22, 31, 41, 43, 45, 46, 47, 52, 53, 54, 57,
  58, 59, 60, 63, 65, 66, 69, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 85, 87,
  88, 93, 107, 108
HSWA. See Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments (HSWA)
 Importers, 67, 90
 Inspection, 7, 8, 25, 26, 27, 35, 36, 37, 48, 63, 67, 68, 70, 86, 91
   CAA, 25-27
   CWA, 35-37
   EPCRA, 48
   RCRA, 67-70
   TSCA, 91  '
 Inventory, 20, 29, 43, 51, 52, 79, 81, 83, 92, 93, 109
 ISO 14000, 95, 96, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105. See
   Environmental management system (EMS)
 ISO 14001, 99, 101, 102, 103
 Land disposal restrictions, 64, 66, 71, 74, 75, 76
 Landfill, 59, 77, 91
 LDR. See land disposal restrictions
 Leaks, 8, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 68, 80, 81, 83
 Life cycle, 110. See Environmental management system (EMS)
 Listserver. See Electronic mailing list
 LQG. See Generator: large quantity
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                                  M
        Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), 43, 52
        Monitoring, 5,7, 8, 9, 13, 15, 25, 26, 29, 30, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38,
           40,41,45,49, 50, 53, 56, 67, 70, 76, 77, 83, 89
        MSDS. See Material Safety Data Sheets

                                  N

        NAAQS. See National Ambient Air Quality Standards
        National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), 11, 12, 14,
           17,18,20,22,23
        National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
           (NESHAPs), 11, 13
        NESHAP. See National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air
           Pollutants (NESHAPs)
        New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), 11, 13, 19, 25
        NPDES, 26,31,33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41,42, 67, 115
        NSPS. See new source performance standards

                                  o

        Oil, 6, 8,33,46, 53, 54, 58, 68, 78, 80, 81, 83,113
        Organic chemical, 9, 15, 18,20,25, 34,45, 56, 89, 112
        Ozone, 12, 22,23
        P2. See Pollution prevention
        Permitting, 19, 28,31, 33, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 57, 63, 68, 69, 70,
           71,72,74,76,115
           CAA, 27-28
           CWA, 38-39
           RCRA,  71-72
        Pesticide, 15,33, 44,49, 90, 115
        Petroleum. See oil
        Pharmaceutical, 6,  114
        Pollution prevention, 5, 6, 7,  10, 12, 14, 39, 42, 44, 45, 46, 58,
           60,64,67, 87, 88, 97, 100, 101,  107-20
        Prcmanufacture notification (PMN), 51, 92, 93
        Pretreatment,31, 35,38

                                  R

        RCRA. See Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
        Release reporting, 49-52
        Remediation. See Clean-up
        Reportable quantity, 52,92
        Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), 8, 16, 17,
           19, 21, 26, 35, 36, 43, 45, 46, 47, 50, 51, 52, 54-88, 91, 92,
           111
        Risk Management Program, 13, 14,16, 98.
        RMP. See  Risk Management Program
        RQ. See Reportable quantity
                                                  s

                       Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), 30, 58
                       Sampling, 18, 26, 29, 35, 37, 41, 55, 67, 70, 92, 111
                       SARA Title III. See Emergency Planning and Community
                          Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA): Section 313
                       SDWA. See Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)
                       Sludge, 20, 35, 36, 40, 113
                       Software, 10, 12, 17, 21, 28, 30, 50, 51, 56, 64, 71, 74, 90, 92,
                          93, 103
                            Disk/diskette, 71
                          CD-ROM, 43, 51, 57, 64, 74, 90, 92
                          Disk/diskette, 50, 51, 92, 96, 103
                          Tape, 51,57, 92
                       Soil, 61
                       Storm water, 31,38, 41,42
                       Substantial risk notification, 94
                       Superfund. See Comprehensive Environmental Response,
                        .  Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA)
                       Supplementary Environmental Projects (SEPs), 114
                       Tanks, 18, 55, 63, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86
                       Technical assistance providers, 121-48
                       Threshold planning quantities (TPQs), 47
                       Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), 25, 26, 29, 36, 45, 51,
                          55,58,68,88-94, 116
                          Section 8(E), 94
                       Trade secret. See Confidential business information
                       Training, 12, 13, 14, 17, 23, 27, 37, 43, 46, 47, 52, 57, 58, 59,
                          60, 65, 66, 69, 70, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 85, 98, 100, 108,
                          116, 117
                       Transporter, 55, 71, 73
                       Treatment, storage and disposal (TSD), 53, 55, 57, 65, 66, 71,
                          72, 74-78
                       TSCA. See Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
                       TSDF. See Treatment, storage and disposal
                                                 u
                       Underground storage tank (UST), 17, 43, 47, 52, 53, 59, 63, 65,
                          66,71,75,76,77,78,79-86
                       Videos, 16, 17, 24, 70, 72, 86, 111
                       VOC. See Volatile organic compound
                       Volatile organic compound (VOC), 18, 19, 21, 28

                                                 w

                       Waste minimization, 51,66, 77, 101, 109, 111, 112, 113, 114,
                          116
                       Water, 26, 31, 32, 33, 36, 68, 91
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