United States
                 Environmental Protection
                 Agency
Office of Solid Waste
(5301)
Washington, DC 20460
October 1999
                 Solid Waste
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                 EPA Form 8700-23 (Rev. 10/99)

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                The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) requires anyone
                who owns or operates a facility where hazardous waste is treated, stored,
                or disposed to have a RCRA hazardous waste permit issued by the U.S.
                Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This booklet is designed .to help
                you determine if you are subject to RCRA hazardous waste permitting
                requirements. The instructions contained in this booklet will assist you
                in starting the permitting process by completing and submitting EPA
                Form 8700-23, or in modifying your hazardous waste permit  by
                submitting a revised EPA Form 8700-23.

                There are two parts to a RCRA hazardous waste permit application ~
                Part A and Part B. Part A of the RCRA hazardous waste permit
                application comprises EPA Form 8700-23, along with maps, drawings,
                and photographs, as required by 40 CFR 270. 13. Part B of the RCRA
                hazardous waste permit application contains detailed, site-specific
                information. There is no form for the Part B Permit Application; rather,
                the Part B Permit Application must be submitted in narrative form and
                contain the information described in applicable sections of 40 CFR
                270. 14 through 270.27.

                Note: Although this booklet contains information and instructions for
                completing a RCRA Part A Permit Application, it should not be considered a
                substitute for the regulations in Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations
                (40 CFR).  Rather, this booklet serves as a supplement to the regulations
                and provides additional information not contained in 40 CFR. As an owner
                or operator of a hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal facility,
                you are responsible for learning and complying with all the requirements
                that apply to you and the operations at your facility.
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In addition, remember that this booklet and the regulations in 40 CFR
address only the Federal hazardous waste program. Many States may
have hazardous waste permitting requirements that differ from the Federal
requirements; those States may use EPA Form 8700-23 for the RCRA Part
A submission or they may use a similar State form that requires
information not requested in the EPA form. Again, it is your responsibility
to make sure that you have completed and submitted all forms required
under the Federal or your State program.

We know that the regulations can be confusing. Therefore, in Section III
of these instructions, we have listed the addresses and phone numbers
of the contacts in each State who can answer your questions and help
you understand the Federal and State requirements that apply to you
(see Table 1). In addition, Table 2 in Section III contains the addresses
and phone numbers of contacts in each of the EPA Regional offices.

In addition to those contacts, the following sources are available to help
with your questions and provide information on EPA regulations:

A.   RCRA, Superfund, and EPCRA Hotline - 1-800-424-9346
     (In the Washington, D.C. area, call (703) 412-9810)

B.   EPA Small Business Ombudsman Hotline - 1-800-368-5888

C.   The EPA Web Site at:
     www.epa.gov/docs/epacfr40/chapt-I.info/subch-I/

D.   Your Trade Association
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Existing Facilities

Existing hazardous waste management facilities are those hazardous
waste treatment, storage, or disposal facilities which were in operation or
for which construction had commenced on or before November 19, 1980.
RCRA establishes a procedure for obtaining interim status that allows
these existing facilities to continue operating until a final hazardous
waste permit is issued. In order to obtain interim status, existing
facilities must complete a two-step process.

First, you must submit a Notification of Regulated Waste Activity using
EPA Form 8700-12. You will need to submit this form in order to obtain
an EPA Identification Number. If you have not notified EPA of your
regulated waste activity or you need EPA Form 8700-12, please contact
the appropriate State agency (see Table 1) or the EPA Regional Office
which serves your area (see Table  2).

Second, you must submit a RCRA Part A Permit Application using EPA
Form 8700-23, which is included in this booklet.  If you do not file  a
Notification of Regulated Waste Activity and complete the Part A Permit
Application by the deadlines specified in Section III.D. of these
instructions, you will be required by law to halt your operations until a
RCRA hazardous waste permit is issued.

Facility owners  or operators with interim status are treated as having
been issued a permit until EPA reviews the RCRA Part B Permit
Application and issues a RCRA hazardous waste permit. You may
submit your Part B Permit Application voluntarily; however, you are not
required to submit it until it is requested by EPA. You will then have up
to six months to submit the Part B Permit Application.
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New Facilities

New hazardous waste management facilities are those hazardous waste
treatment, storage, or disposal facilities which were not in operation or
for which construction had not commenced on or before November 19,
1980. Owners or operators of new hazardous waste management
facilities must submit both Parts A and B of the RCRA hazardous waste
permit application at least 180 days before physical construction of the
facility is expected to commence.  In addition, these owners or operators
are not allowed to begin physical construction of the new facility of to
treat, store or dispose of hazardous wastes until receiving a RCRA
hazardous waste permit. As such, new facilities do not receive interim
status.

State governments may be authorized by EPA to administer hazardous
waste management programs in lieu of the Federal RCRA program. You
should contact your State hazardous waste management agency to
determine whether your State is authorized (see Table 1). If so, you will
need to comply with the specific permit application requirements of that
State.

The following instructions provide specific information for completing
and submitting a RCRA Part A Permit Application using EPA Form
8700-23. The instructions also provide general information for
completing a RCRA Part B Permit Application. If, after reading the
instructions, you have any questions regarding the RCRA hazardous
waste permit application process, please contact the EPA Regional Office
in your area for assistance (see Table 2).

First Part A Submission

Both new and existing facilities that treat, store, or dispose of regulated
hazardous waste are required to submit a RCRA Part A Permit
Application in accordance with the deadlines set forth in Section III.D. of
these instructions.  Owners or operators of facilities that have not
previously submitted a RCRA Part A Permit Application will need to
submit a permit application for the first time. Examples of facilities
making their first Part A submission are new facilities or existing
facilities that become newly subject to the requirement to have a RCRA
hazardous waste permit.  There is a box to check on EPA Form 8700-23
to indicate a first submission.  Sections III and IV of this booklet contain
information and line-by-line instructions for completing the RCRA Part A
Permit Application.
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Revised Part A Submission

There are several conditions under which a facility that has previously
.submitted a RCRA Part A Permit Application must revise that first
submission to reflect changes that have occurred at the facility. Both
facilities operating under interim status and facilities operating under a
RCRA hazardous waste permit may find it necessary to revise their Part
A permit. A revised Part A Permit Application can be filed using EPA
Form 8700-23 and marking the box for "Revised Part A Submission."

The conditions requiring submission of a Revised Part A Permit
Application are summarized in Sections III and IV of this booklet.

Contents of This Booklet

Following is a list of the sections contained in this booklet and  the
information covered in those sections.

Section I.     Who Must File a RCRA Hazardous Waste Permit
             Application?

Section II.    How Do I Know if I Handle a Regulated Hazardous Waste?

Section III.    How to File EPA Form 8700-23, "RCRA Part A Permit
             Application" (Information on How, Where, and When to
             File a RCRA Part A Permit Application; Plus a list of State
             Contacts Where You Can Get Information, Obtain Forms,
             and Send Your Completed Forms)

Section IV.    Line-by-Line Instructions for Completing EPA Form
             8700-23 (EPA Form 8700-23 is provided at the end of this
             booklet.)
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I.    Who Must File a RCRA Hazardous Waste Permit

     Application?

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (RCRA), as
amended, requires each person owning or operating a facility for the
treatment, storage, or disposal of regulated hazardous waste to have a
RCRA hazardous waste permit. This includes individuals, trusts, firms,
joint stock companies, Federal Agencies, corporations (including
government corporations), partnerships, associations, States,
municipalities, commissions, interstate bodies, other political
subdivisions of a State, or Indian tribes (or an authorized Indian tribe
organization). If you treat, store, or dispose of regulated hazardous
waste without obtaining a permit, you may be subject to a civil or
criminal penalty.

II.   How Do I Know if I Handle a Regulated Hazardous

     Waste?

Off-Site Facilities

Owners or operators of off-site facilities that treat, store, or dispose of
solid wastes, as defined by 40 CFR 261.2, are encouraged to obtain
information on the solid wastes they receive from generators.  If the
generators will not supply this information, you are still responsible for
determining if the solid wastes you handle are also hazardous wastes
that are regulated by RCRA. To do so, you should follow the procedures
for on-site facilities that are described below.

On-Site Facilities

Generators who treat, store, or dispose, on-site, their own solid wastes
(as defined by 40 CFR 261.2), should employ the following procedures in
determining if their solid wastes are hazardous wastes that are regulated
by RCRA.  This determination is made as follows:

1.    First, you need to determine if the solid waste handled is excluded
     from regulation under RCRA. The list of exclusions can be found in
     the regulation entitled "Identification and Listing of Hazardous
     Waste," 40 CFR 261.4. If the solid wastes handled are excluded, a
     RCRA hazardous waste permit is not needed to treat, store, or
     dispose of these solid wastes. If the solid waste handled is not
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     excluded by Section 261.4, you need to determine if the solid waste
     handled is a hazardous waste that is regulated under RCRA. As
     described below, EPA regulates a solid waste as a hazardous waste
     by specifically listing it as a hazardous waste or by assigning it a
     generic hazardous waste code because it possesses any of the four
     hazardous waste characteristics.

     If the solid waste handled is not excluded by Section 261.4, you
     need to determine if it is a hazardous waste that is listed in 40 CFR
     Part 261, Subpart D, "Lists of Hazardous Wastes." If you own or
     operate a facility where listed hazardous waste is treated, stored, or
     disposed, you are subject to regulation and must file a RCRA
     hazardous waste permit application, unless the hazardous waste
     has been exempted as described below.

     If the solid waste handled is not listed in 40 CFR Part 261, Subpart
     D, the solid waste may still be a hazardous waste if it possesses
     certain characteristics or contains certain contaminants. These
     characteristics and contaminants are described in 40  CFR Part
     261, Subpart C, "Characteristics of Hazardous Waste." A
     determination that a solid waste possesses these characteristics or
     contaminants may be made based on either:

     (a) Your knowledge of the hazard characteristic of the solid waste in
     light of the materials or processes used; or

     (b) The results of testing the solid waste according to the methods
     in 40 CFR Part 261, Subpart C.

     If you own or operate a facility where characteristic hazardous
     waste is treated, stored, or disposed, you are subject to regulation
     and must file a RCRA hazardous waste permit application, unless
     the hazardous waste has been exempted as described below.

     If the hazardous waste that you handle has been exempted under
     40 CFR 261.5 or 261.6(a)(3), you are not subject to regulation and
     do not need to file a RCRA hazardous waste permit application.
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In addition, certain other persons who handle hazardous waste are not
required to obtain a RCRA hazardous waste permit. They are:

1.   Generators who accumulate their own hazardous waste on-site for
     less than 90 days as provided in 40 CFR 262.34;

2.   Farmers who dispose of hazardous waste pesticides from their own
     use as provided in 40 CFR 262.70; and

3.   Owners and operators of totally enclosed treatment facilities as.
     defined in 40 CFR 260.10.

III.  How to File EPA Form 8700-23, "RCRA Part A

     Permit Application"

As noted above, there are two parts to the RCRA hazardous waste permit
application - Part A and Part B.  As required by 40 CFR 270.13, the
RCRA Part A Permit Application defines the processes to be used for
treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous wastes; the design
capacity of such processes; and the specific hazardous wastes to be
handled at a facility. The RCRA Part A Permit Application is submitted
using EPA Form 8700-23. The Part A Permit Application serves as a
vehicle through which an owner or operator may submit facility-specific
information to the regulatory authority and keep this information
current. As specified by 40 CFR 270.14 through 270.27, the Part B
Permit Application requires detailed site-specific information such as
geologic, hydrologic, and engineering data. The Part B Permit
Application is submitted in narrative form.

A.   How Many Permit Applications Should I File?

You need submit only one RCRA hazardous waste permit application
(Part A and Part B) per facility, provided that you describe all of the
activities at that facility. If you conduct hazardous waste activity(ies) at
more than one facility, you must submit a separate RCRA hazardous
waste permit application (Part A and Part B) for each facility location.

Note: Only one permit application is required per facility.  At some point,
you may be required to submit revised applications to update your first
Part A submission. At any given time, the first submission and any
subsequent revised submissions represent the RCRA Part A Permit
Application for your facility.
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B.   Can I Request that this Information Be Kept Confidential?

All information submitted in this form will be subject to public
disclosure, to the extent provided by the Freedom of Information Act, 5
U.S.C. Section 552, and EPA's Business Confidentiality Regulations, 40
CFR Part 2 and 40 CFR 270.12. Claims of confidentiality for the name
and address of any permit applicant or permittee will be denied. Persons
filing this form may make claims of confidentiality for certain
information. Such claims must be clearly indicated by submitting an
attachment listing the specific information for which confidential
treatment is requested at the time of filing. This attachment must
include a written substantiation of the claim for confidentiality, that
answers the following questions:

1.   Which sections of the Part A Permit Application form contain the
     information you claim is entitled to confidential treatment?

2.   For how long is confidential treatment desired for the information?

3.   What measures have you taken to guard against undesired
     disclosure of the information to others?

4.   To what extent has the information been disclosed to others, and
     what precautions have been taken in connection with that
     disclosure?

5.   Has EPA or any other Federal agency made a pertinent
     confidentiality determination?  If so, include a copy of such
     determination or reference to it, if available.

6.   Will disclosure of the information be likely to result in substantial
     harmful effects on your competitive position? If so, what would
     those harmful effects be and why should they be viewed as
     substantial? Explain the causal relationship between disclosure
     and the harmful effects.

Information covered by a confidentiality claim and the above
substantiation will be disclosed by EPA only to the extent and by means
of the procedures set forth in 40 CFR Part 2 and 40 CFR 270.12.

If no claim of confidentiality or no substantiation accompanies the
information when it is submitted, EPA may make the information
available to the public without further notice to the submitter.
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C.   Where Should I Send My Completed Permit Application?

The RCRA hazardous waste permit application (Part A and Part B)
should be mailed to the EPA Regional Office whose Region includes the
State in which the facility is located (see Table 2).

If the State in which the facility is located administers a hazardous
waste permit program under which you need a permit, you should
contact the appropriate State agency for the correct forms (see Table 1).
Your EPA Regional Office (Table 2) can tell you to whom to apply and can
provide the appropriate address and phone number.

D.   When Should I File My Permit Application?

As required by 40 CFR 270.10, the deadlines for filing RCRA hazardous
waste permit applications are as follows:

         Existing Facilities: Under 40 CFR 270.10(e), existing facilities
         must submit a Part A Permit Application no later than six
         months following the publication of regulations that subject
         the facility to the requirement to have a RCRA permit.

        New Facilities: Under 40 CFR 270.10(f), new facilities must
         submit both Part A and Part B Permit Applications at least 180
         days before commencing physical construction of the facility.

E,   When Should My Permit Application Be Revised?

Facilities Operating Under Interim Status

In accordance with 40 CFR 270.72(a), the owner or operator of a facility
operating under interim status must submit a revised RCRA Part A
Permit Application at the following times:
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1.   Prior to treating,  storing, or disposing of new hazardous wastes not
     previously identified in the facility's Part A permit. Similarly, when
     EPA (or a State with an authorized RCRA program) promulgates a
     rule listing or identifying new hazardous wastes, facilities
     managing these wastes must revise  their Part A applications to
     reflect this  activity.
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2.   Prior to increasing the design capacity of the processes used at the
     facility. The EPA Regional Administrator (or the State Director, for
     an authorized State) must approve changes in capacity before they
     take effect at the facility.

3.   Prior to changing existing processes or adding new processes for
     treating, storing and disposing of hazardous wastes at the facility.
     Changes in treatment, storage, and disposal practices must be
     approved by the Regional Administrator  (or State Director) before
     they are implemented by a facility.

4.   Prior to undergoing a change in ownership or operational control of
     a facility.

5.   Whenever facility changes occur in accordance with an interim
     status corrective action order issued by EPA, an authorized State,
     or by a court in a judicial action brought by EPA or the State.

6.   When a facility adds units for the treatment, storage, and disposal
     of hazardous waste that are newly regulated by EPA or a State. A
     revised Part A Permit Application must be submitted on or before
     the date on which the unit becomes subject to the new
     requirements.

Changes in the quantity of hazardous waste currently specified in the
first Part A Permit Application can be made without submitting a revised
Part A Permit Application, provided the quantity does not exceed the
design capacities of the processes specified in  the first Part A Permit
Application. Failure to furnish all information required to process a
RCRA hazardous waste permit application is grounds for termination of
interim  status.

Facilities Operating Under a RCRA Hazardous Waste Permit

Owners or operators of facilities operating under a RCRA hazardous
waste permit may modify their permit at any time, in accordance with
the specific requirements in 40 CFR 270.42. Appendix I to 40 CFR
270.42 divides the various types of permit modifications into Classes 1,
2, and 3, based on the complexity of facility changes necessitating a
permit modification.  Class  1 modifications are minor changes that keep
the permit current with changes that  occur to  the facility or its
operation. Class 2 and 3 modifications involve more significant changes
in facility operations.
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In all cases when a facility owner or operator requests a permit
modification, however, he or she must submit the information required
in the Part A Permit Application (in 40 CFR 270.13) as part of the
modification submittal.

Finally, under 40 CFR 270.10(h), facilities with a RCRA hazardous waste
permit must submit a new application (Part A and Part B} at least 180
days prior to the expiration date of the permit.
 Estimated Burden:  Public reporting burden for new Part A Permit
 Applications is estimated to be 27 hours.  Public reporting burden for
 revised Part A Permit Applications is expected to be 14 hours. This
 reporting burden includes time for reviewing instructions, searching
 existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed,
 and completing and reviewing the collection of information.  Send
 comments regarding the burden estimate or any other aspect of this
 collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this
 burden, to Director, Regulatory Information Division, 2136, U.S.
 Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., S.W., Washington, D.C.
 20460; and to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office
 of Management and Budget, Washington, D.C. 20503, marked
 "Attention Desk Officer of EPA."
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                                   Table 1
                  Alphabetized State Listing of Contacts for
       Obtaining and Submitting the RCRA Part A Permit Application
Alabama
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Alabama Department of Environmental
 Management
1400 Coliseum Blvd. (FedEx or UPS)
P.O. Box 301463 (regular mail)
Montgomery, Alabama 36110-2059
(334) 271-7700

Alaska
Obtain information or forms from:
U.S. EPA Region 10
Alaska Operations Office
Federal Building
222 W. 7th Avenue, Suite 19
Anchorage, Alaska 99513-7588
(907) 271-5083
Mail completed forms to:
U.S. EPA Region 10
Office of Waste and Chemicals
Management,  WCM-121
RCRA/TSCA Permits Team
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98101
(206) 553-1253

American Samoa
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
U.S. EPA Region 9
Hazardous Waste Management Division
75 Hawthorne Street, WST-4
San Francisco, California 94105
(415) 744-2422

Arizona
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Office of Waste Programs
Arizona Department of
 Environmental Quality
3033 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona  85012
(602)207-4146
Arkansas
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Arkansas Department of Environmental
  Quality
8001 National Drive
P.O. Box 8913
Little Rock, Arkansas 72219-8913
(501) 682-0833

California
Obtain information or forms from:
CA Region 1
Department of Toxic Substances Control
Attn: Permitting Division
10151  Croydon Way, Suite 3
Sacramento, California 95827
(916) 255-3618
CA Region 2
Department of Toxic Substances Control
700 Heinz Avenue, Suite 200
Berkeley, California 94710
(510) 540-2122
CA Region 3
Department of Toxic Substances Control
1011 North Grandview Avenue
Glendale, California 91201
(818) 551-2830
CA Region 4
Department of Toxic Substances Control
5796 Corporate Avenue
Cyprus, California 90630
(714)484-5400
Mail completed forms to:
U.S.  EPA Region 9
Hazardous Waste Management Division
75 Hawthorne Street, WST-4
San Francisco, California 94105
(415) 744-2422
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Colorado
Obtain information or forms from, and matt
completed forms to:
Colorado Department of Public Health
 and Environment
Hazardous Materials and Waste
 Management Division
4300 Cherry Creek Drive, S.
HMWMD-HWC-B2
Denver, Colorado 80246-1530
(303) 692-3300

Connecticut
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Waste Management
Waste Engineering and Enforcement
 Division
79 Elm Street
Hartford, Connecticut 06106T5127
(860) 424-3372

Delaware
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Delaware Department of Natural Resources
 and Environmental Control
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
 Branch
Attn: Susan Morris
89 Kings Highway
Dover,  Delaware  19901
(302) 739-3689

District of Columbia
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Health
Environmental Health Administration
Attn: Mark Hughes
51 N Street, N.E., 3rd Floor
Washington, D.C.  20002
(202) 535-2285
Send courtesy copy to:
U.S. EPA Region 3
Technical Support Branch, 3WC11
1650 Arch Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19103
Florida
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Hazardous Waste Regulation Section
Department of Environmental Regulation
Twin Towers Office Building
2600 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, Florida  32399-2400
(904) 488-0300

Georgia
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Hazardous Waste Branch
Environmental Protection Division
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Floyd Towers East, Room 1154
205 Butler Street, S.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30334
(404) 656-7802

Guam
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Guam Environmental Protection Agency
P.O. Box 22439-GMP
(Calibration Lab Building)
Barrigada, Guam 96921

Hawaii
Obtain information from:
Hawaii Department of Health
Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch
919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 212
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
(808) 586-7509
Obtain forms from and mail
completed forms to:
U.S. EPA  Region 9
Hazardous Waste Management Division
75 Hawthorne Street, WST-4
San Francisco, California 94105
(415) 744-2422
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Idaho
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
Division of Environmental Quality
State Waste Management and
Remediation Program
Hazardous Waste Permit Coordinator
1410 N. Hilton Street
Boise, Idaho 83706
(208) 373-0547

Illinois
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
Division of Land Pollution Control
1021 N. Grand Avenue, E.
Springfield, Illinois  62794
(217) 782-6761

Indiana
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Indiana Department of
 Environmental Management
100 N. Senate Avenue
P.O. Box 6015
Indianapolis, Indiana 46206
(317) 232-3242

Iowa
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
U.S. EPA Region 7
Air, RCRA, and Toxics Division
RCRA Enforcement and State Programs
Branch (ARTD/RESP)
901 N. 5th Street
Kansas City, Kansas 66101
(913)551-7126

Kansas
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Health and Environment
Bureau of Waste Management
Waste Policy, Planning, and Outreach
Section
Attn: David Branscum
Forbes Field, Building 740
Topeka, Kansas 66620
(785) 296-6898
Kentucky
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Division of Waste Management
Department of Environmental Protection
Cabinet for Natural Resources
  and Environmental Protection
Attn: Marlyn Godby
Fort Boone  Plaza, Building No. 2
14ReiIlyRoad
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
(502) 564-6716

Louisiana
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Louisiana Department of
Environmental Quality
Department of Solid and Hazardous Waste
P.O. Box 82178
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70884-2178
(504) 765-0261

Maine
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Remediation and Waste Mgmt.
State House Station #17
Augusta, Maine 04333
(207) 287-2651

Maryland
Obtain information or forms from, and matt
completed forms to:
Maryland Department of the Environment
Hazardous Waste Program
Attn: Emily  Troyer
Tracking/Certification Branch
2500 Broening Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
(410) 631-3344

Massachusetts
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms  to:
Division of Business Compliance
Bureau of Waste Prevention
Massachusetts Department of
 Environmental  Protection
One Winter  Street, 9th Floor
Boston, Massachusetts 02108
(617)292-5500
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Michigan
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Michigan Department of Environmental
 Quality
Waste Management Division
Box 30241
Lansing, Michigan 48909
(517) 373-2730 or
(517) 373-1837

Minnesota
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Metro District and Major Facilities
Attn: Rich Sandberg
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
520 Lafayette Road, N.
St. Paul, Minnesota 55155
(651) 296-7290

Mississippi
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Environmental Quality
Attn: Ms. Willie Brandon
101 W. Capital Street, Suite 100
Jackson, Mississippi 39201
or
Department of Environmental Quality
Attn: Ms. Willie Brandon
P.O. Box 10385
Jackson, Mississippi 39289-0385
(601)961-5171

Missouri
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Hazardous Waste Program
Attn: Art Groner
Department of Natural Resources
1738 E. Elm Street
P.O. Box 176
Jefferson City, Missouri 65101
(573) 751-3176
Montana
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Montana Department of Environmental
 Quality
Hazardous Waste Program
Metcalf Building
1520 E. Sixth Avenue
Helena,  Montana 59620
(406)444-1430

Nebraska
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
RCRA Section
Attn: Teri Swarts
Department of Environmental Quality
The Atrium, Suite 400
1200 N Street
P.O. Box 98922
Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-8922
(402)471-4218

Nevada
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
NDEP
Bureau of Waste Management
333 West Nye Lane, Room 138
Carson City, Nevada 89706-0851
(702) 687-5872

New Hampshire
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Environmental Services
Waste Management Division
6 Hazen Drive
Concord, New Hampshire  03301
(603) 271-2901
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New Jersey
Obtain information from:
New Jersey Department of
  Environmental Protection
Attn: Environmental Regulation
Bureau of Hazardous Waste and Transfer
 Facilities
P.O. Box 414
Trenton,  New Jersey 08625-0414
(609) 292-9880
Obtain forms from and mail
completed forms to:
U.S. EPA Region 2
Division of Environmental Planning and
  Protection
RCRA Programs Branch
290 Broadway Street, 22nd Floor
New York, New York 10007-1866
(212)637-4106

New Mexico
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
New Mexico Environment Department .
Hazardous Waste Bureau
P.O. Box 26110
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87502
(505) 827-1557

New York
Obtain information from:
New York State Department of
  Environmental Conservation
Division of Solid and Hazardous Materials
Bureau of Hazardous Waste Management
50 Wolf Road
Albany, New York 12233-7251
(518)457-9257
Obtain forms from and mail completed forms
to:
U.S. EPA Region 2
Division of Environmental Planning and
.  Protection
RCRA Programs Branch
290 Broadway Street, 22nd Floor  *
New York, New York 10007-1866
(212)637-4106
North Carolina
'Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
North Carolina Department of Environment
  and Natural Resources
Division of Waste Management
401 Oberlin Road, Suite 150
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605
or
North Carolina Department of Environment
  and Natural Resources
Division of Waste Management
P.O. Box 29603
Raleigh, North Carolina 27611-9603
(919) 733-2178

North Dakota
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Division of Waste Management
North Dakota Department of Health
1200 Missouri Avenue
P.O. Box 5520
Bismarck, North Dakota  58506-5520
(701) 328-5166

Northern Mariana Islands
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
U.S. EPA Region 9
Hazardous Waste Management Division
75 Hawthorne Street, WST-4
San Francisco, California  94105
(415) 744-2422

Ohio
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
Lavarus Government Center
Division of Hazardous Waste Management
1222 S. Front Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 644-2977
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Oklahoma
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Environmental Quality
Hazardous Waste Management Service
P.O. Box 1677
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73101-1677
(405) 702-5189

Oregon
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to;
Oregon Department of
 Environmental Quality
Attn: Chris Pickens
Hazardous Waste Operations
811 SW Sixth Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204
(503) 229-6352

Pennsylvania
Obtain information from:
Pennsylvania Department of
 Environmental Protection
Rachel Carson State Office Building
Attn: Joe Hayes
Permitting Section
400 Market Street, 14th Floor
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17105-8741
(717) 787-6239
Obtain forms from and mail
completed forms to:
U.S. EPA Region 3
Waste and Chemicals Management
Division, 3WC11
1650 Arch Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103-2029
(215) 814-3413

Puerto Rico
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
U.S. EPA Region 2
Division of Environmental Planning and
 Protection
RCRA Programs Branch
290 Broadway Street, 22nd Floor
New York, New York 10007-1866
(212)637-4106
Rhode Island
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Environmental Management
Office of Waste Management
235 Promenade Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02908-5767
(401) 222-1360

Sonth Carolina
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Bureau of Solid and Hazardous
 Waste Management
Department of Health and Environmental
 Control
2600 Bull Street
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
(803) 896-4000

South Dakota
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Environment and
 Natural Resources
Waste Management Program
523 E. Capitol Avenue
Pierre, South Dakota 57501-3181
(605) 773-3153

Tennessee
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Division of Solid Waste Management
Tennessee Department of Environment and
 Conservation
401 Church Street
LNC Tower,  5th Floor
Nashville, Tennessee 37243-1535
(615) 532-0780

Texas
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Texas Natural Resource Conservation
 Commission
Registration and Evaluation Division
Registration and Reporting Section
P.O. Box  13087, MC-129
Austin, Texas  78711-3087
(512) 239-6832
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Utah
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Division of Solid and Hazardous Waste
Department of Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 144880
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4880
(801) 538-6170

Vermont
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Department of Environmental Conservation
Agency of Natural Resources
Waste Management Division
West Office Building
103 S. Main Street
Waterbury, Vermont 05671-0404
(802)241-3867

Virgin Islands
Obtain information from:
Virgin Islands Department of
 Planning and Natural Resources
Division of Environmental Protection
179 Altona and Welgunst
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 00801
(809)693-0114
Obtain forms from and mail
completed forms to:
U.S. EPA Region 2
Division of Environmental Planning and
 Protection
RCRA Programs Branch
290 Broadway Street, 22nd Floor
New York, New York 10007-1866
(212)637-4106

Virginia
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Commonwealth of Virginia
Department of Environmental
 Quality
Attn: Lisa Ellis
629 E. Main Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219
(804)698-4177-
Washington
Obtain information or forms from:
Washington Department of Ecology
P.O. Box 47600
Olytnpia, Washington 98504-7600
(360) 407-6703
Mail completed forms to:
U.S. EPA Region 10
Office of Waste and Chemicals
  Management, WCM-121
RCRA/TSCA Permits Team
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, Washington  98101
(206) 553-1253

West Virginia
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
West Virginia Division of Environmental
  Control
Office of Waste Management
Attn: G,S. Atwal
1356 Hansford Street
Charleston, West Virginia  25301
(304) 558-2505

Wisconsin
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Bureau of Waste Management  .
Department of Natural Resources
P.O. Box 7921
Madison, Wisconsin 53707
(608)266-2111

Wyoming     .
Obtain information or forms from, and mail
completed forms to:
Wyoming Department of Environmental
  Quality
Solid and Hazardous Waste Division
Hazardous Waste Permitting and Corrective
  Action
122 W. 25th Street
Herschler Building, 4th Floor West '
Cheyenne, Wyoming  82002
(307) 777-7752
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                                   Table 2
    U.S. EPA Regional Contacts for the RCRA Part A Permit Application
U.8. EPA Region 1
Office of Ecosystem Protection
Hazardous Waste Program Unit
One Congress Street, Suite 1100
Boston, MA 02114-2023
(618)918-1640
       Connecticut, Maine,
       Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
       Rhode Island, Vermont

U.S. EPA Region 2
Division of Environmental Planning and
 Protection
RCRA Programs Branch
290 Broadway Street, 22nd Floor
New York, NY 10007-1866
(212)637-4106
       New Jersey, New York,  Puerto
       Rico, Virgin Islands

U.S. EPA Region 3
Waste and Chemicals Management
 Division, 3WC11
1650 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103-2029
(215) 814-3413
       Delaware, District of Columbia,
       Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia,
       West Virginia

U.S. EPA Region 4
Hazardous Waste Management Division
RCRA Permitting Section
61 Forsyth Street
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 562-8440
       Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
       Kentucky, Mississippi, North
       Carolina, South Carolina,
       Tennessee

U.S. EPA Region 5
RCRA Activities
77 West Jackson Blvd
P.O. Box A3587
Chicago, IL 60690
(312) 886-4001
       Illinois, Indiana, Michigan,
       Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin
U.S. EPA Region 6
Multimedia Planning and Permitting
  Division (6PD-I)
1445 Ross Avenue, Suite 1200
Dallas, TX 75202-2733
(214) 665-6750
       Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico,
       Oklahoma, Texas
U.S. EPA Region 7
Air, RCRA, and Toxics Division
RCRA Enforcement and State Programs
 Branch (ARTD/RESP)
901 N. 5th Street
Kansas City, KS 66101
(913) 551-7020
       Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska
U.S. EPA Region 8
Office of Partnerships and Regulatory
 Assistance
999 18th Street, Suite 500
Denver, CO 80202-2466
(303) 312-6319
       Colorado, Montana, North Dakota,
       South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming
U.S. EPA Region 9
Hazardous Waste Management Division
75 Hawthorne Street, WST-4
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415)744-2422
       Arizona, California, Hawaii,
       Nevada, American Samoa, Guam,
       Northern Mariana Islands
U.S. EPA Region 10
Office of Waste and Chemicals
Management, WCM-122
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 553-2859
From within Alaska, toll-free:
(800) 550-7272
       Alaska, Idaho, Oregon,
       Washington
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                                         RCRA Part A Permit Application
IV.  Line-by-Line Instructions for Completing EPA Form

     8700-23

This form must be completed by all RCRA Hazardous Waste Permit
applicants.

First Part A Submission

All persons submitting a RCRA Part A Permit Application for the first
time must complete Items I through XVIII in their entirety.

Revised Part A Submission

All persons submitting a revised Part A Permit Application must
complete, in their entirety, all items on the application for which
changes are requested. In addition, Items I, II, III, VI, VII, VIII and XVIII
must be completed.  All other sections may be left blank.

General Instructions

Please type or print in the unshaded areas, leaving only one blank box
between words. The boxes are spaced at 1/4" intervals, which
accommodate elite type (12 characters per inch). When typing, hit the
space bar twice between characters. If you print, place each character in
a box. Abbreviate if necessary to stay within the number of boxes
allowed for each item. If you must use additional sheets, indicate clearly
the number of the Item on the form to which the information on the
separate sheet applies.

Unless otherwise specified in the instructions to the form, each item
must be answered. To indicate that each item has been considered,
enter "NA" for not applicable if a particular item does not fit the
circumstances or characteristics of your facility or activity.

If you have previously, submitted information to EPA or an authorized
State agency which answers a question on the form, you may either
repeat the information in the space provided or attach a copy of the
previous submission.  Some items in the form require narrative
explanation. If more space is necessary to answer a question, attach a
separate sheet entitled "Additional  Information."
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Item! - ID Number(s):

A.   First Part A Submission: Place an "X" in this box if this is the
     facility's first Part A submission under a current or previous
     ownership.

B.   Revised Part A Submission: Place an "X" in this box if this is a
     revision to a previous Part A Permit Application for this facility.
     (Enter the amendment number, if known.)

C.   EPA ID Number: Space is provided on the Part A form for
     insertion of your EPA Identification Number. If you have an
     existing facility, enter your Identification Number.  If you don't
     know your EPA Identification Number, please  contact your EPA
     Regional Office (see Table 2), which will provide you with your
     number or send you EPA Form 8700-12, "Notification pf Regulated
     Waste Activity" to apply for an EPA Identification Number. If your
     facility is new (not yet constructed) or you do not have an EPA
     Identification Number, leave this item blank.

D.   Secondary ID Number: Enter any non-EPA ID number that your
     facility has been issued. For example, for wastes regulated by a
     State or local authority, give the ID number issued by the other
     authority.

Item II - Name of Facility:

Enter the facility's official or legal name.  Do not use a colloquial name.

Item III - Facility Location:

A.   Location: Give the address or location  of the  facility identified in
     Item II of this form. Please note that the address you give for
     Item III  must be a physical address, not a post office box or route
     number. If the facility lacks a street name give the most accurate
     alternative geographic information (e.g., section number or quarter
     section  number from county records or at intersection of Rts. 425
     and 22).
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County Code and Name:  Give the county code, if known. If you
do not know the county code, enter the county, township, borough,
parish, or other local government entity name, from which EPA can
automatically generate the county code.  To obtain a list of county
codes, contact the National Technical Information Service, U.S.
Department of Commerce, Springfield, Virginia, 22161 or at (703)
487-4650. The list of codes is contained in the Federal Information
Processing Standards Publication (FIPS PUB) number 6-3.

Land Type: Using the codes listed below, indicate in III. B. the
code which best describes the current legal status of the land on
which the facility is located:
F
S
I
P
C
M
D
O
Federal
State
Indian
Private
County
Municipal*
District
Other
* If the Land Type is best described as Indian, County or District, please
use those codes. Otherwise, use Municipal.

Geographic Location:  Enter the latitude and longitude of the
facility in degrees, minutes, and seconds. For larger facilities, enter
the latitude and longitude at the approximate mid-point of the
facility. You may use the map you provide for Item XV to determine
latitude and longitude. Latitude and longitude information is also
available from Regional Offices of the U.S. Department of Interior,
Geological Survey, and from State Natural Resource or
Environmental Agencies.

Facility Existence Date: Enter the appropriate date that applies
to your facility from the following:

1.  The date  that hazardous waste operations at the facility
    commenced;

2.  The date  construction on the facility commenced; or

3.  The date  operation is expected to begin.
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Item IV - Facility Mailing Address:

Please enter the Facility Mailing Address. If the Mailing Address and the
Facility Location (Item III) are the same, you can print "same" in the
space for Item IV.

Item V - Facility Contact:

Give the name, title, and work telephone number of a person who is
thoroughly familiar with the operation of the facility and with the facts
reported in this Part A Permit Application and who can be contacted by
reviewing offices if necessary.

Item VI - Facility Contact Address:

A.    Code: If the contact address is the same as the facility location
      address listed in Item III or the facility mailing address listed in
      Item IV, place an "X" in the appropriate box to indicate where the
      contact may be reached. If the facility location address, the facility
      mailing address, and the facility contact address are all the same,
      mark the "Location" ,box. If the contact is not the same as those
      addresses in either Item III or IV, place an "X" in the "Other" box
      and complete Item VLB. If an "X" is entered in either the location
      or mailing box, Item VLB. should be left blank.

B.    Address:  Enter the facility contact address only if the contact
      address is different from either the facility location address
      (Item III) or the facility mailing address (Item IV) and Item VI.A. was
      left blank.

Item VII - Operator Information:

A.    Name: Give the name, as it is legally referred to, of the person,
      firm, public organization, or any other entity which operates the
      facility described in this Part A Permit Application. This may or
      may not be the same name as the facility. The operator of the
      facility is the legal  entity which controls the facility's operation
      rather than the plant or site manager. Do not use a colloquial
      name. Also enter the telephone number and address where the
      operator can be contacted.
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                                          RCRA Part A Permit Application
Operator Type: Using the codes listed below, indicate in VII.B. the
code which best describes the legal status of the current operator
of the facility:
     F  
     S  =
     I
     P  =
     C  =
     M  =
     D  =
     O  =
        Federal
        State
        Indian
        Private
        County
        Municipal*
        District
        Other
     * If the Operator Type is best described as Indian, County or District,
     please use those codes. Otherwise, use Municipal.

C.   Change of Operator Indicator:

     Note: If this is your facility's first submission of a Part A Permit
     Application, leave VH.C. blank and skip to Item VttJ.  If this is a
     revised Part A Submission, complete Item VU.C.  as directed below.

     If the operator of this facility has changed since the facility's
     previous Part A was submitted, place an "X" in the box marked
     "Yes" and enter the date the operator changed.

     If the operator of this facility has not changed since the facility's
     previous Part A was submitted, place an "X" in the box marked
     "No" and skip  to Item VIII.

     If any additional operators have been added or replaced since the
     facility's previous Part A was submitted, place an "X" in the box
     marked "Yes." Use the comment section in XIX to list any
     additional operators, the dates they became operators,  and which
     operator(s) (if any) they replaced.  If necessary, attach a separate
     sheet of paper.
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Item VIII - Facility Owner:
A.
B.
Name: Enter the name of the legal owner(s) of the facility,
including the property owner. Also enter the address and phone
number where this individual can be reached. Use the comment
section or additional sheets if necessary to list more than one
owner.

Owner Type: Using the codes listed below, indicate in VIILB. the
code which best describes the legal status of the current owner of
the facility:
     F
     S
     I
     P
     C
     M
     D
     O
        Federal
        State
        Indian
        Private
        County
        Municipal*
        District
        Other
     * If the Owner Type is best described as Indian, County or District, please
     use those codes. Otherwise, use Municipal.

C.   Change of Owner Indicator:

     Note: If this is your facility's first submission of a Part A Permit
     Application, leave Vm. C. blank and skip to Item JX.  If this is a
     revised Part A Submission, complete Item VJU.C. as directed below.

     If the owner of this facility has changed since the facility's previous
     Part A was submitted, place an "X" in the box marked "Yes" and
     enter the date the owner changed.

     If the owner of this facility has not changed since the facility's
     previous Part A was submitted, place an "X" in the box marked
     "No" and skip to Item IX.

     If any additional owners have been added or replaced since the
     facility's previous Part A was submitted, place an "X" in the box
     marked "Yes." Use the comment section in XIX to list any
     additional owner(s), the dates they became owners, and which
     owner(s) (if any) they replaced. If necessary, attach a separate sheet
     of paper.
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                                          RCRA Part A Permit Application
 Item IX-NAICS Codes:

 List, in descending order of significance, the North American Industry
 Classification System (NAICS) codes that best describe your facility in
 terms of the principal products or services you produce or provide. Enter
 each 5- or 6-digit NAICS code starting in the left most box. If you use a
 5-digit code, leave the sixth box blank. Also, specify each classification
 in words.  These classifications may differ from the NAICS codes
 describing the operation generating the hazardous wastes.

 Note: The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) replaces
 the U.S. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system. NAICS was
developed by the U.S., Canada,  and Mexico to provide comparable
 statistics across the three countries. NAICS also provides for increased
 comparability with the International Standard Industrial Classification
 (ISIC) system, developed and maintained by the United Nations.

 NAICS industries are identified by a 6-digit code, though the sixth digit is
 not always used.  In contrast, the SIC system used a 4-digit SIC code.  The
 longer code accommodates a larger number of sectors and allows more
flexibility in designating subsectors. NAICS codes are standardized
 internationally up to the fifth digit.  The sixth digit, when used, identifies
 subdivisions of NAICS industries that may be unique to an individual
 country.
                                      X
 NAICS code numbers and descriptions may be found in North American
 Industry Classification Sustem fNAICS) - United States. 1997. which is
prepared by the Office of Management and Budget's Economic
 Classification Policy Committee.  This NAICS manual is available in printed
 or CD-ROM versions from the Department of Commerce's National
 Technical  Information Service, Springfield, Virginia.  Additional information
 also is available on the Department of Commerce's Census Bureau website
 at www.census.gov. If you  have any questions concerning the appropriate
 NAICS code for your facility, contact your EPA Regional office (see Table 2).
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Item X - Other Environmental Permits:
                  /
A.   Permit Type: Using the codes listed below, enter a letter on the
     form for all other environmental permits the facility has received,
     or for which the facility has filed an application, even if the permit
     has not yet been received.

     N   =   NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System)
             Clean Water Act
     P   =   PSD (Prevention of Significant Deterioration) Clean Air Act
     R   =   RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act)
     U   =   UIC (Underground Injection Control) Safe Drinking
             Water Act
     F   =   EPA 404 (Dredge or Fill Permits under Section 404 of the
             Clean Water Act)
     E   =   Other relevant environmental permits.  List any other
             relevant Federal (e.g., permits under the Ocean Dumping
             Act), State (e.g., State permits for new air emission
             sources in nonattainment areas under Part D of the Clean
             Air Act or State permits under Section 404 of the Clean
             Water Act), or local environmental permits or applications.

B.   Permit Number: Give the number of each presently effective
     permit issued to the facility for each program, or if you have
     previously filed an application,  but have not yet received a permit,
     give the number of the application. If you have more than one
     currently effective permit for your facility under a particular permit
     program, you may list additional permit numbers on a separate
     sheet of paper.

C.   Description:  Use the space provided for any additional
     information identifying or describing the permits.

Item XI - Nature of Business:

Briefly describe the nature of your business (e.g., products produced or
services provided). If more space is needed, please attach additional
sheets.
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                                           RCRA Part A Permit Application
 Item Xtl  Process Codes and Design Capacities:

 The information in Item XII describes all the processes that will be used
 to treat, store, or dispose of hazardous waste at the facility. The design
 capacity of each process must be provided as part of the description.
 The design capacity of injection wells and landfills at existing facilities
 should be measured as the remaining, unused capacity. Tank storage
 should refer to each tank, not each tank farm.  Please indicate the
 location of each process listed in Item XII on either the map provided for
 Item XV or the photographs provided for Item XVII. Use the line number
 from Item XII to indicate where the process(es)  are located. See the form
 for detailed instructions to Item XII.

 Note: Submission of a revised Part A Permit Application is required before
 processes for treating, storing or disposing of hazardous wastes are
 changed; before new processes are added;  and/or before the design
 capacities of these processes are increased.

 Item XIII - Other Processes:

 Use this space to describe other processes that did not have a specific
 process code listed in Item XII .A. of the form. Follow the instructions in
 Item XII.A. on the form for other process codes  (i.e., D99, S99, T04, and
 X99 process codes).

 Item XIV - Description of Hazardous Wastes:

 The information in Item XIV describes all the hazardous waste that will
 be treated, stored, or disposed at the facility. In addition, the processes
 that will be used to treat, store, or dispose  of each hazardous waste and
 the estimated annual quantity of each hazardous waste must be
 provided. See the form for detailed instructions to Item XIV.

 Note: Submission of a revised Part A Permit Application is required before
 a facility begins treating, storing, or disposing of new hazardous wastes
 not previously identified in the facility's Part A Permit Application.
 Changes in the quantity of hazardous waste previously specified in the
 Part A Permit Application can be made without submitting a revised Part A
^Permit Application, provided the quantity does not exceed the process
 design capacities specified in the first Part A submission.
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Item XV -Map:

Provide a topographic map or maps of the area extending to at least one
mile beyond the property boundaries.of the facility.  The map must
clearly show the following:

        The legal boundaries of the facility;

        The location and serial number of each of your existing and
         proposed intake and discharge structures;

     *   All hazardous waste management facilities;

        Location of all processes listed in Items XII and XIII identified
         by process code;

        Each well where you inject fluids underground; and

        All springs and surface water bodies in the area, plus all
         drinking water wells within 1 /4 mile of the facility which are
         identified in the public record or otherwise known to you.

If an intake or discharge structure, hazardous waste disposal site, or
injection well associated with the facility is located more than one mile
from the plant, include it on the map, if possible. If not, attach additional
sheets describing the location of the structure, disposal site, or well, and
identify the U.S. Geological Survey (or other) maps corresponding to the
location.

On each  map, include the map scale, a meridian arrow showing north,
and latitude and longitude at the nearest whole second. On all maps of
rivers, show the direction of the  current, and in tidal waters, show the
directions of the ebb and flow tides. Use a 7-1/2 minute series map
published by the U.S. Geological Survey, which  may be obtained
through the U.S. Geological Survey Office listed below. If a 7-1/2 minute
series map has not been published for your facility site, then you  may
use a 15-minute series map from the U.S. Geological Survey. If neither a
7-1/2 nor 15-minute series map has been published for your facility
site, use  a plant map or other appropriate map,  and include all the
requested information; in this case, briefly describe land uses in the map
area (e.g., residential, commercial).
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You may trace your map from a geological survey chart, or other map
meeting the above specifications. If you do, your map should bear a note
showing the number or title of the map. or chart it was traced from.
Include the names of nearby towns, water bodies, and other prominent
points.

To obtain map indices, contact one of the following Earth Science
Information Centers (ESICs):
Anchorage - ESIC
4230 University Dr.
Rm. 101
Anchorage, AK 99508-4664
(907)786-7011

Fairbanks - ESIC
Box 12, New Federal Building
101 Twelfth Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99701
(907) 474-7487
(907) 474-7598

Lakewobd - ESIC
Box 25046, MS 504
Denver Federal Center
Denver, CO 80225
(303) 236-5829

Menlo Park - ESIC
Room 3128, Building 3, MS 532
345 Middlefield Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025
(415) 329-4390

Reston - ESIC
507 National Center
Reston, VA 22092
(703) 648-6045

Rolla - ESIC
1400 Independence Road, MS 231
Rolla, MO 65401
(573) 308-3500
Salt Lake City - ESIC
8105 Federal Building
125 S. State Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84138
(801) 975-3742

Sioux Falls - ESIC
EROS Data Center
Sioux Falls, SD 57198-0001
(605) 594-6151

Spokane - ESIC
U.S. Post Office Building,
Room 135
West 904 Riverside Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201-1088
(509) 353-2524

Stennis Space Center - ESIC
Building 3101
Stennis Space Center, MS 39529
(601) 688-3541

Washington, D.C. - ESIC
Department of the Interior Building
18th SB C Streets, NW
Room 2650
Washington, D.C. 20240
(202) 208-4047
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Item XVI - Facility Drawing:

All existing facilities must include a drawing showing the general layout"
of the facility.  This drawing should be approximately to scale and fit on
an 8 '/a" x 11" sheet of paper.  The drawing should show the following:

1.   The property boundaries of the facility;

2.   The areas occupied by all storage, treatment, or disposal
     operations that will be used during interim status;

3.   The name of each operation {e.g., multiple hearth incinerator,
     drum storage area, etc.);

4.   Areas of past storage, treatment, or disposal operations;

5.   Areas of future  storage,  treatment, or disposal operations;
6.   The approximate dimensions of the property boundaries and all
     storage, treatment, and  disposal areas. (Where applicable, use the
     process codes listed in Items Xff and Xm to indicate the location of all
     storage, treatment, and disposal areas.)

Note: New-facilities do not have to complete Item XVI.

Item XVII - Photographs:

All existing facilities must include photographs that clearly delineate all
existing structures; all existing areas for storing, treating, or disposing of
hazardous waste; and all known sites of future storage, treatment, or
disposal operations. Photographs may be color or black and white,
ground-level or aerial. Indicate the date the photograph was taken on
.the back of each photograph.  Use the process codes listed in Items XII
and XIII to indicate the location of all storage,  treatment, and disposal
areas.

Note: New facilities do not have to complete IternXVU.
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Item XVIII-Certification(s):

All facility owners must sign Item XVIII. If the facility will be operated by
someone other than the owner, then the operator must also sign Item
XVIII. Federal regulations require the certification to be signed as
follows:

A.   For a corporation, by a principal executive officer at least the level
     of vice president;

     For a partnership or sole proprietorship, by a general partner or
     the proprietor, respectively; or

     For a municipality, State, Federal, or other public facility, by either
     a principal executive officer or ranking elected official.
B.
C.
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act provides severe penalties
for submitting false information on this Part A Permit Application form.

Section 3008(d) of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act provides
that "Any person who knowingly makes any false statement or,
representation  in any application, ...shall, upon conviction be subject to
a fine of not more than $25,000 for each day of violation, or to
imprisonment not to exceed one year, or both."
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