United States      Solid Waste and    EPA530-R-99-024
Environmental Protection   Emergency Response   NTIS: PB99-155 996
Agency    	 (5305W)  	 April 1998	
Capacity Analysis for
Land Disposal
Restrictions-Phase IV:
Newly Identified
Toxicity Characteristic
Metal Wastes and
Mineral Processing
Wastes (Final Rule);
Technical Background
Document
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 Capacity Analysis for Land Disposal Restrictions-Phase IV: Newly Identified Toxicity Characteristic Metal Wastes
 and Mineral Processing Wastes (Final Rule); Background Document
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  U.S. EPA
  OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE
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  WASHINGTON, DC 20460
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                             Technical Background Document
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 16. Abstract (Limit: 200 words)

 Presents the capacity analysis for the surface-disposed wastes conducted by EPA to support the Phase IV LDR rulemaking. Provides
 estimates of the quantities of wastes that will require alternative commercial treatment prior to land disposal and estimates alternative
 treatment capacity available to manage wastes restricted from land disposal. Discusses the methodology EPA used in estimating required
 commercial treatment capacity. Details the capacity analysis for toxicity characteristic metal wastes and the newly identified mineral
 processing wastes.  Appendices include data on stabilization capacity, phone logs regarding metals recovery capacity, data on vitrification
 capacity, 1995 BRS data on toxicity characteristic metal wastes managed on-site and off-site, and soil treatment capacity.
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                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
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CHAPTER!.  INTRODUCTION	1-1
            1.1    LEGAL BACKGROUND	1-1
            1.2    CAPACITY ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY	1-4
                  1.2.1     Overall Approach	1-4
                  1.2.2     Determination of Required Commercial Treatment Capacity	1-4
                  1.2.3     Determination of Available Commercial Treatment Capacity	1-5
            1.3    SUMMARY OF CAPACITY ANALYSIS	1-6
            1.4    ORGANIZATION OF BACKGROUND DOCUMENT SUPPORTING
                  THE CAPACITY ANALYSIS	1-6

CHAPTER 2.  AVAILABLE TREATMENT CAPACITY	2-1
            2.1    STABILIZATION CAPACITY	:	2-1
            2.2    METALS RECOVERY CAPACITY	2-8
            2.3    COMBUSTION CAPACITY	2-13
            2.4    VITRIFICATION CAPACITY	2-17
            2.5    MIXED RCRA/RADIOACTIVE WASTE CAPACITY	2-18

CHAPTER 3.  CAPACITY ANALYSIS FOR TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC METAL
            WASTES	3-1
            3.1    REGULATORY BACKGROUND	3-1
            3.2    DATA SOURCES	3-3
                  3.2.1     Information from Background Documents Developed for the
                          Third Third Rulemaking	3-4
                  3.2.2     Comments from the ANPRM	3-4
                  3.2.3     USEPA Biennial Reporting System	3-4
                  3.2.4     Comments to Phase IV LDR Proposed Rule for TC Metal
                          Wastes	3-4
            3.3    WASTE GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT	3-5
            3.4    SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH NEWLY IDENTIFIED TC METAL
                  WASTES	3-16
            3.5    MIXED RADIOACTIVE TC METAL WASTE	3-19
            3.6    CAPACITY ANALYSIS	3-20
            3.7    SUMMARY OF RESULTS	3-29

CHAPTER 4.  CAPACITY ANALYSIS FOR THE NEWLY IDENTIFIED MINERAL
            PROCESSING WASTES	4-1
            4.1    REGULATORY BACKGROUND	4-1
            4.2    DATA SOURCES	4-3
                  4.2.1     ANPRM Comments	4-3
                  4.2.2     National Survey of Solid Waste from Mineral Processing
                          Facilities (RTI Survey)	4-3
                  4.2.3     Comments to Bevill Rules	4-5
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                        TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued)
                   4.2.4    EPA Sampling Data	4-5
                   4.2.5    RCRA §3007 Data (1989)	4-5
                   4.2.6    Data from Effluent Guidelines Development Documents	4-6
                   4.2.7    RCRA §3007 Data (1994)	4-6
                   4.2.8    Comments to the Phase IV LDR Proposed Rules	4-6
                   4.2.9    Other Data Sources	4-7
             4.3    METHODOLOGY AND ASSUMPTIONS	4-7
             4.4    SOIL AND DEBRIS CONTAMINATED WITH NEWLY IDENTIFIED
                   MINERAL PROCESSING WASTES	4-22
             4.5    MIXED RCRA/RADIOACTIVE WASTES	4-24
             4.6    SUMMARY OF RESULTS	4-24
APPENDIX A Data on Stabilization Capacity

APPENDIX B Phone Logs Regarding Metals Recovery Capacity

APPENDIX C Data on Vitrification Capacity

APPENDIX D 1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal Wastes Managed On-Site and Off-Site

APPENDIX E Soil Treatment Capacity

APPENDIX F Mercury Recovery Services, Inc. Data

APPENDIX G Case Summaries of MGP site Remediation

APPENDIX H FMC Corporation's Treatment Capacity Analysis Data
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                                          CHAPTER 1
                                       INTRODUCTION
        This document presents the capacity analysis for surface-disposed wastes1 that EPA conducted to
 support the Land Disposal Restrictions (LDRs)—Phase IV: Issues Associated with Treatment Standards
 for Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes and Toxicity Characteristic Metal Wastes. EPA
 conducts capacity analyses to evaluate the need for national capacity variances from the land disposal
 prohibitions. The capacity analysis provides estimates of the quantities of wastes that will require
 alternative commercial treatment prior to land disposal as a result of the LDRs and estimates alternative
 commercial treatment capacity available to manage wastes restricted from land disposal. In this rule,
 EPA is promulgating LDRs for the newly identified mineral processing wastes and toxicity characteristic
 metal wastes that have not been covered in previous LDR rulemakings. The following sections provide
 additional details on the legal background and overall methodology for this capacity analysis. A
 summary of results also is provided.
 1.1     LEGAL BACKGROUND

        The Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments (HSWA) to the Resource Conservation and
 Recovery Act (RCRA), enacted on November 8, 1984, set basic new priorities for hazardous waste
 management. Land disposal, which had been the most widely used method for managing hazardous
 waste, is now the least preferred option. Under HSWA, EPA must promulgate regulations restricting the
 land disposal2 of hazardous wastes according to a strict statutory schedule.  As of the effective date of
 each regulation, land disposal of wastes covered by that regulation is prohibited unless (1) the waste
 meets the treatment standards that have been established, or (2) it can be demonstrated that there will be
 no migration of hazardous constituents from the disposal unit for as long as the waste remains hazardous.

        Under the LDR Program, EPA must identify levels or methods of treatment that substantially
 reduce the toxicity of a waste or the likelihood of migration of hazardous constituents from the waste.
 Whenever possible, the Agency prefers to define treatment in terms of performance (i.e., maximum
 acceptable concentrations of hazardous constituents in the treated waste or residuals), rather than in
 terms of specific treatment methods, and thus provide the regulated community with flexibility in
 complying with the LDRs.  EPA's standards are generally based on the performance of the best
 demonstrated available technology (BOAT) for that waste, as documented by treatment data collected at
 well-designed and well-operated systems using that technology, or are based on data derived from the
 treatment of similar wastes that are as difficult or more difficult to treat.
1  This document only addresses surface-disposed wastes.  Wastes managed in Safe Drinking Water Act (SOWA)
underground injection wells are addressed in a separate document.

2   RCRA defines land disposal "to include, but not be limited to, any placement of such hazardous waste in a
landfill, surface impoundment, waste pile, injection well, land treatment facility, salt dome formation, salt bed
formation, or underground mine or cave" (RCRA section 3004(k)).
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        Once the LDRs are finalized, the wastes must meet the treatment standards prior to be disposed
unless the Agency grants a national capacity variance because of a lack of available treatment capacity
(see RCRA section 3004(h)(2)). For every waste, EPA considers—on a national basis—both the
capacity of commercially available treatment technologies and the quantity of restricted wastes currently
sent to land disposal for which on-site treatment capacity is not available. If EPA determines that
adequate alternative commercial treatment capacity is available for a particular waste, the land disposal
restriction  is  effective upon the statutory date. If not, the Agency  establishes an alternative effective date
based on the  earliest date on which adequate treatment capacity will be available or two years, whichever
is less.  During the variance period, management of the wastes is still subject to specific, though less
restrictive, land disposal requirements (40 CFR 268.5(h)). Once the variance expires, the wastes must
meet the LDR treatment standards prior to being land disposed.

        RCRA also allows generators to apply for extensions to the LDRs on  a case-by-case basis for
specific wastes generated at a specific facility for which there is not adequate capacity (RCRA section
3004(h)(3)).  EPA may grant case-by-case capacity variances to applicants who can demonstrate that:
(1) no capacity currently exists anywhere in the U.S. to treat a specific waste, and (2) a binding
contractual commitment is in place to construct or otherwise provide alternative capacity, but due to
circumstances beyond the applicant's control, such alternative capacity cannot reasonably be made
available by the effective date (40 CFR 268.S).3

        HSWA's schedule divided hazardous wastes into three broad categories:  solvent and dioxin
wastes; California list wastes;4 and "scheduled" wastes.  EPA restricted surface disposed solvents and
dioxins from  land disposal on November 7, 1986 and deep well injected solvents and dioxins from land
disposal on July 26, 1988. The final rule for California list wastes, which was issued on July 8, 1987,
covers wastes originally listed by the State of California and was adopted intact within HSWA.  The
"scheduled" wastes consist of all wastes that were identified or listed as hazardous prior to November 8,
1984 but were not included in the first two categories listed above. HSWA's statutory timetable required
that EPA restrict one-third of these wastes by August 8,  1988, two-thirds by June 8, 1989, and the
remaining third by May 8, 1990. For hazardous wastes that are newly identified or listed after November
8, 1984, EPA is required to promulgate land disposal prohibitions within six months of the date of
identification or listing (RCRA Section 3004(g)(4)).  However, the statute does not provide an automatic
prohibition of land disposal of such wastes if EPA fails to meet this deadline.  Exhibit 1-1 summarizes
the previous LDR rulemakings and their respective promulgation dates.
J  RCRA also allows generators to petition for a variance from treatment standards if the waste cannot be treated to
meet LDR standards due to its chemical or physical properties. These variances are known as treatability variances
(40 CFR 268.44).

4  The "California list" comprises the following classes of wastes: liquid hazardous wastes with a pH of less than or
equal to 2.0 (acidic corrosive wastes); all liquid hazardous wastes containing free cyanides, various metals, and
polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) exceeding statutory concentration levels; and all wastes (liquid, sludge, or solid)
containing halogenated organic compounds (HOCs) in concentrations greater than or equal to specified statutory
levels.
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                                           EXHIBIT 1-1
        SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS RULEMAKINGS
Rulemaking
Solvents and Dioxins
(surface disposed)
Solvents and Dioxins
(deep well injected)
California List
(surface disposed)
California List
(deep well injected)
First Third Rule
First Third Rule
(deep well injected)
Second Third Rule
Third Third Rule
Newly Listed and Identified Wastes (Phase I)
Interim Final Rule for Vacated Treatment
.Standards
Organic TC Wastes and Newly Listed Wastes
(Phase II)
Decharacterized Wastewaters, Carbamate
Wastes, and Spent Potliners (Phase III)'
Wood Preserving Wastes ("Mini" Phase IV)
Federal Register Notice
51 FR 40572
53 FR 28188
52 FR 25760
53 FR 30908
53 F^ 3 1138
54 FR 254 16
54 FR 26594
55 FR 22520
57 FR 37194
58 FR 29860
59 FR 47982
6 \FR 15565
62 FR 25998
Promulgation Date
November 7, 1986
July 26, 1988
July 8, 1987
July 26, 1988
Augusts, 1988
June 7, 1989
June 8, 1989
May 8, 1990
June 30, 1992
May 24, 1993
September 19, 1994
April 8, 1996
May 12, 1997
a On August 26, 1996, the Agency revised the carbamate waste treatment standards and set the effective date for
one year from the date of publication ("Emergency Revision of the Land Disposal Restrictions (LDR) Phase III
Treatment Standards for Listed Hazardous Wastes from Carbamate Production," 61 FR 43923). On January 14,
1997, the Agency extended the national capacity variance for spent potliners (K088) for six months ("Land Disposal
Restrictions Phase HI - Emergency Extension of the K088 Capacity Variance; Final Rule," 62 FR 1991). On July
14,  1997, the Agency extended the national  capacity variance for K088 wastes for three additional months (62 FR
37693).  Thus, K088 wastes became subject to LDR treatment standards on October 8, 1997.
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 1.2     CAPACITY ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY

        This section provides an overview of EPA's methodology in estimating required commercial
 treatment capacity.

        1.2.1   Overall Approach

        In evaluating the need for national capacity variances. EPA estimates the quantities of waste
 requiring alternative commercial treatment as a result of the LDRs and the capacity available at
 commercial treatment facilities to manage the restricted wastes.  By comparing the capacity demand
 with the available commercial capacity, EPA can identify capacity shortfalls and make determinations
 concerning national capacity variances. A first step to satisfying the goals of a capacity analysis is to
 make a "threshold" determination concerning whether a national treatment capacity variance is needed
 for the two years following the effective date of a waste's LDR treatment standards. Thus. EPA
 estimates the required and available commercial treatment capacity for all affected wastes and facilities,
 but often only to the extent needed to make this threshold  determination. For example, when upper-
 bound estimates of required capacity are well below lower-bound estimates of available capacity, then
 generally a variance is not needed and the analysis can stop. Similarly, when lower-bound estimates of
 required capacity far exceed the upper-bound estimates of available capacity, then often the two-year
 maximum capacity variance is needed.  Results that are between these two extremes generally require
 EPA to conduct further analyses.5

        1.2.2   Determination of Required Commercial Treatment Capacity

        Required commercial treatment capacity represents the quantity of wastes currently being land
 disposed that cannot be treated on site and, consequently, will  need commercial treatment to meet the
 LDR treatment standards. EPA uses the available information and best engineering judgment to develop
 estimates for required commercial capacity. Those wastes that are managed in on-site treatment systems
 are excluded from the estimates of required commercial capacity. Required commercial capacity also
 includes the residuals generated by treatment of these wastes (i.e., the quantity of generated residuals that
 will need treatment prior to land disposal).

        EPA identifies the waste streams potentially affected by  the LDRs by types of land disposal
 units, including surface impoundment, waste pile, land treatment unit, landfill, and underground injection
 well.  Salt dome formations, salt bed formations, and underground mines and caves are additional
 methods of land disposal that are affected by the LDRs; however, because few wastes are disposed by
these three methods, these methods typically are not addressed in the analysis of required alternative
 capacity.
5 EPA also derives estimates of affected facilities and waste quantities for the regulatory impact analysis. Both the
regulatory impact analysis and the capacity analysis examine wastes in the industrial sectors likely to generate most
of the affected wastes. However, the goals of a capacity analysis and a regulatory impact analysis are very different,
which often results in some differences in methodologies, data, and results. In contrast to the capacity analysis'
focus on required and available capacity during the next two years and its initial focus on threshold determinations,
the regulatory impact analysis concentrates on estimating specific potential long-term costs and benefits of the LDR
treatment standards. Typically, only the significant (or dominant) costs and benefits are assessed during the
regulatory impact analysis. In summary, therefore, differences between the goals of the capacity analysis and the
regulatory impact analysis are expected to result in reasonable differences in the methodologies, data, and results.
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        To determine the type of alternative capacity required to treat the affected wastes, EPA conducts
 a "treatability analysis" of each waste stream. Based on the waste's physical and chemical form and
 information on prior management practices, EPA assigns the quantity of affected waste to an appropriate
 technology (i.e., a technology that can meet the treatment standards).  Mixtures of RCRA wastes (i.e.,
 waste streams described by more than one waste code) present special treatability concerns because they
 often contain constituents (e.g., organics and metals) requiring different types of treatment.  To treat
 these wastes, EPA develops a treatment train that can treat all waste types in the group (e.g., thermal
 treatment followed by stabilization). In these cases, the Agency estimates the amount of residuals that
 would be generated by treatment of the original quantity of waste and includes these residuals in the   .
 quantities requiring alternative treatment capacity.

        EPA identifies the quantities of waste requiring alternative treatment on a facility level basis; if
 the appropriate treatment technology is not available on site, or if adequate available capacity is not
 present to manage the waste, then the appropriate quantity of waste requiring alternative treatment is
 aggregated into a national demand for commercial capacity. EPA excludes from the estimates  of
 required commercial capacity those wastes that are managed in on-site treatment systems.

        1.2.3   Determination of Available Commercial Treatment Capacity

        The analysis conducted to determine available commercial treatment capacity focuses on
treatment capacity projected to be available for the two years following the effective date of the LDRs,
starting from the baseline capacity identified in the  previous final LDR rule, in this case the "Mini"  •
Phase IV (62 FR 25998, May 12, 1997).

        Available treatment capacity can be categorized by facility status into four groups: (1)
commercial capacity—capacity at facilities that manage waste from any facility;  (2) on-site (private
capacity)— capacity at facilities that manage only waste generated on-site; (3) captive
capacity—capacity at facilities that manage only  waste from other facilities under the same ownership;
and (4) limited commercial capacity—capacity at facilities that manage waste from a limited number of
facilities not under the same ownership. For capacity analyses, estimates on available capacity reflect
available commercial capacity. The  determination of available capacity focuses on commercial facilities.
Consequently, most estimates of capacity presented in this document represent commercially available
capacity. In order to determine whether to grant a national capacity variance for newly listed and
identified wastes regulated in today's final  rule, EPA analyzed available commercial capacity for
alternative treatment technologies capable  of meeting the LDR treatment standards.  This capacity
analysis generally included estimating the maximum or design capacity for appropriate waste
management systems and the  amount of waste currently going to these systems (utilized capacity).
Available capacity was estimated as the difference between maximum and utilized capacity.  For today's
rule, EPA analyzed commercial capacity for hazardous waste combustion (including incineration and
reuse as fuel), stabilization, vitrification, and several metal recovery technologies.
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1.3     SUMMARY OF CAPACITY ANALYSIS

        Exhibit 1-2 indicates the total quantities of surface disposed wastes that may require alternative
commercial treatment capacity as a result of the Phase IV rule, whether treatment capacity is available
for these wastes, and the national capacity variances being granted in today's rulemaking. National
capacity variances begin on the date of publication of the Phase IV final rule in the Federal Register.
EPA is granting a two-year national capacity variance for newly identified  mixed RCRA/radioactive
wastes,  including soil and debris, for which standards are being promulgated in this rule. Also, EPA is
granting a two-year national capacity variance for five large volume wastes generated from elemental
phosphorous processing—Medusa Scrubber blowdown, furnace building washdown, NOSAP slurry,
precipitator slurry, and phossy water. For TC metal wastes and the remaining newly identified mineral
processing wastes, including  soil and debris, the Agency has determined that adequate treatment capacity
will exist at the time the Phase IV rule becomes effective and, therefore, is not granting a national
capacity variance for these wastes (beyond the 90 days allowed prior to the effective date of the rule).
1.4    ORGANIZATION OF BACKGROUND DOCUMENT SUPPORTING THE CAPACITY
       ANALYSIS

       EPA has prepared this background document to present the capacity analysis conducted for the
Phase IV LDR final rule. This document is organized into four chapters, as described below:

•      Chapter 1: Introduction. Provides background, general methodology, and a summary of the
       analysis.

•      Chapter 2: Available Treatment Capacity. Describes the methodology and data used to
       determine available capacity for combustion, stabilization, vitrification, and metals recovery.

•      Chapter 3: Capacity Analysis for Newly Identified Toxicity Characteristic Metal Wastes.
       Describes the methodology and data used to conduct the capacity analysis for toxicity
       characteristic metal wastes (D004-D011).

•      Chapter 4: Capacity Analysis for the Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes.
       Discusses the methodology and data used to conduct the capacity analysis for the newly
       identified mineral processing wastes.
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                                                             EXHIBIT 1-2
                            SUMMARY OF CAPACITY ANALYSIS AND VARIANCE DECISIONS
Waste Type"
Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes from
Elemental Phosphorus Processing
Other Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes
(Including Soil and Debris)
Newly Identified TC Metal Wastes
(Including Soil and Debris)
Newly Identified Mixed RCRA/Radioactive Wastes
(Including Soil and Debris)
Quantities Requiring
Alternative Capacity
(mt/year)
1 million
« 1.9 million
« 1.2 million
Unknown*1
Adequate Alternative
Capacity Currently
Available? (Yes/No)
No
Yes
Yes
No
National Capacity
Variance'
Two Years
90 Days
90 Days
Two Years
" Only newly identified wastes (e.g., TC metal wastes that pass the EP) are eligible for a variance.  Other wastes may be affected by this rule, but are not
eligible for a variance, or are subject to a previously promulgated variance (i.e., newly listed wood preserving wastes from the "Mini" Phase IV rule).

b Significant uncertainty exists concerning the volume of these wastes affected by today's rulemaking. Despite this uncertainty, however, EPA has
determined that no alternative treatment capacity is available.

c National capacity variances begin on the date of publication of the Phase IV final rule  in the Federal Register.
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                                          CHAPTER 2
                            AVAILABLE TREATMENT CAPACITY
        This chapter presents EPA's estimates of available commercial treatment capacity for selected
 treatment technologies applicable to TC metal wastes, mineral processing wastes, and other mixed
 radioactive wastes affected by the Phase IV LDR rule. This information is used in subsequent chapters
 for evaluating the availability of capacity for treatment/recovery technologies as alternatives to land
 disposal of the newly identified hazardous wastes and making treatment capacity variance determinations
 for LDR wastes.

        The assessment of national available commercial treatment capacity presented in this chapter
 focuses on the following four types of treatment technologies: (1) stabilization, (2) metals recovery, (3)
 combustion, and (4) vitrification. These four technologies were selected because they are commonly
 used by the hazardous waste management industry for the treatment of nonwastewater forms' of newly
 identified hazardous wastes (based on the waste volumes treated); they are designated as best
 demonstrated available technologies (BDATs) for LDR wastes (e.g., incineration for organics,
 stabilization and high temperature metals recovery (HTMR) for TC metals); and/or they have been
 identified as effective treatment technologies for certain unique wastes (e.g., vitrification for unique
 combinations of metals). This chapter also contains a discussion on the available treatment capacity for
 mixed RCRA/radioactive wastes; these wastes are discussed in a separate section because of their unique
 characteristics.

        This chapter is organized into the following five sections:

        •       Section 2.1: Stabilization Capacity;
        •       Section 2.2: Metals Recovery Capacity;
        •       Section 23: Combustion Capacity;
        •       Section 2.4: Vitrification Capacity;  and
        •       Section 2.5: Mixed RCRA/Radioactive Waste Capacity.
2.4     STABILIZATION CAPACITY

        Stabilization is a conventional treatment technology that effectively treats wastes contaminated
with metals and other inorganic contaminants. Thus, stabilization is a widely used commercial treatment
technology for many of the wastes covered by the Phase IV LDR rule.

        In the capacity analysis conducted for the Phase IV LDR second supplemental proposed rule (62
FR 26041, May 12, 1997), the Agency estimated approximately 1.1 million tons/year of stabilization
1  Note that only nonwastewaters are examined in this analysis because, in 1996, following development of the first
Phase IV LDR capacity analysis background document (see 60 FR 43654, August 22, 1995), the Land Disposal
Program Flexibility Act (LDPFA) was signed into law. As described in more detail in Chapter 3 of this capacity
analysis, LDPFA eliminated the need for alternative wastewater treatment capacity resulting from the Phase IV rule.
Therefore, the section on wastewater treatment capacity that existed in prior versions of this background document
has been removed from this chapter.

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capacity to be commercially available. To obtain this estimate, the Agency built, in part, on the capacity
analysis conducted for the Third Third LDR Rule (55 FR 22520, June 1, 1990). The Third Third analysis
was based on the May 1990 Treatment, Storage, Disposal, and Recycling (TSDR) Capacity Data Set
(based on a survey of TSDR facilities). The TSDR data set contains estimates of the amount of
hazardous and nonhazardous waste entering each treatment system in 1986, the maximum hazardous
waste capacity, and the maximum total waste capacity.  The TSDR Survey was administered in 1987 to
2,500 facilities and was designed to provide comprehensive information on current and planned
hazardous waste management practices at RCRA-permitted and interim status treatment, storage,
recycling, and disposal facilities. The TSDR Survey also contained projections of capacity changes from
1986 through 1992.2

        Following the original TSDR Survey, EPA updated the TSDR Capacity Data Set for critical
technologies based on confirmation of planned capacity changes, and other information received since
the survey (e.g., comments on proposed rules).  This updated information was used to account for the
treatment capacity required  for wastes covered by previous LDR rules and then estimate the stabilization
capacity available (approximately 1.1 million tons/yr) for wastes covered by the Phase IV LDR rule.

        EPA provided these estimates for public comment as part of the Phase IV LDR second
supplemental proposed rule (62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997). In response, EPA obtained additional and
more recent information on  stabilization capacity from commenters. EPA also collected additional
information from published data and surveys and the 1995 Biennial Reporting System  (BRS) database.
These data  were used to build upon the 1.1 million tons/year of stabilization capacity estimate published
by EPA in the Phase IV proposed rule. The methodology used for this analysis and the revised
stabilization treatment capacity estimated for the Phase IV wastes are provided below.

        For updating the stabilization treatment capacity estimate for the Phase IV final rule, EPA
examined several new data sources.  Of these, the 1995 BRS data provided the most substantive and
current information on commercial stabilization facilities. EPA relied on information provided in the PS,
WR, and GM forms3 of the BRS and estimated the available capacity for individual facilities as follows:

        •       For 16 facilities, complete maximum and utilized treatment capacity data were available
               from PS forms;

        •       For nine facilities, the 1995 BRS data did not provide adequate capacity information, so
               EPA used information reported by these facilities in the 1993 BRS;
2 For a more detailed explanation of the TSDR Survey and of the Third Third Rule, refer to USEPA, Background
Document for Third Third Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions, May 1990, Volumes I
and II,  in the docket for the Third Third rule.

3 The PS form, which is submitted voluntarily, provides information on the capacity and quantity managed in
individual treatment systems; the WR form includes the amount of waste received from off-site; and the GM form
includes the amount of waste that was generated and managed on-site.

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        •       For 12 facilities, EPA received maximum and utilized treatment capacity data through
                direct correspondence with facility representatives;4

        •       Additional information on three facilities was received from contact with states (see
                Appendix A);

        •       For 24 facilities, EPA estimated the utilized capacity information based on the waste
                quantities reported in the WR and GM forms, and since maximum capacity information
                is not provided in the WR and GM forms, these capacities were calculated from the
                utilized capacity and the average industry utilization rate (14 percent)5 calculated based-
                on data from facilities that provided complete information.; and

        •       For one facility (City Environmental - MI) only maximum capacity value was available,
                and therefore the utilized capacity was estimated based on the average industry
                utilization rate of 14 percent.

        The results of this analysis are provided in Exhibit 2-1.  Facilities for which the average industry
utilization rate was used to calculate the utilized capacity are indicated in bold/italics font in Exhibit 2-1.
Based on this analysis, EPA estimates that as much as 18 million tons/year of stabilization capacity is
currently available for wastes restricted from land disposal under the Phase IV rulemaking. This
estimate reflects a significant increase from the estimate of 1.1 million tons/year in the capacity analysis
for the Phase IV LDR second supplemental  proposed rule (62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997).  This increase
in available capacity is attributed to the use  of more complete, accurate, and current commercial
treatment data.

        Several caveats should be noted regarding these data:

        •        Because the stabilized wastes are typically disposed in on-site landfills, many facilities
                could be reporting their landfill capacities as stabilization capacities. In such cases, the
                available  stabilization treatment capacity values would be an over estimate.

        •        For many facilities identified from the BRS database, the commercial availability of the
                treatment is limited, none, or unknown. Therefore, available commercial  capacity could
                be lower than what is shown in Exhibit 2-1.  On the other hand, most facilities that report
                commercial status report fully available commercial status (code 4).  These facilities
                alone account for approximately 8 million tons/year of available capacity. Furthermore,
                the one facility reporting full non-commercial status (code 1) was one of the smaller
                facilities.
4 Direct communication with commercial treaters (see phone logs in Appendix A); Fax Transmittal Memo from
Garry Metcalf, LWD, Inc., November 12, 1997 (see Appendix A); and Fax Transmittal Memo from Scott Kuhn,
Laidlaw, December 12, 1997 (see Appendix A).

5 An average industry utilization rate of approximately 14 percent (1,864,805/13,716,092 = 0.136) was calculated
based on the volumes of waste being treated at the 34 facilities that submitted PS forms to the BRS or provided
capacity information through direct correspondence with EPA (see Exhibit 2-1).

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       EXHIBIT 2-1
STABILIZATION CAPACITY
Facility Name
American Brass & Iron Foundry
Appropriate Technologies 1 1, Inc. (APTEC)
Turlington Environmental, Inc - George
Burlington Environmental, Inc - Kent
Burlington Environmental, Inc - Tacoma
Burlington Environmental, Inc.
Chemical Waste Management
Chemical Waste Management
Chemical Waste Management Inc
Chemical Waste Management of the Northwest
Chem-Met Services Incorporated
City Environmental, Inc
City Environmental, Inc.
Claude Profit! - Hazardous Waste Site
Clean Harbors of Baltimore
Clean Harbors of Braintree, Inc.
Clean Harbors of Connecticut, Inc.
Clean Harbors of Natick
CP Chemicals Inc.
CWM / CID Recycling & Disposal FAC
CWM Chemical Services, Inc.
CWM Resource Management Inc./ OHM
Dynecol Incorporated
East Coast Environmental Services
Ecolotec Incorporated
Envirite Corporation
Envirite Corporation
Envirocare of Utah
EPA ID
CAD02I774559
CAT0800IOI01
WAD0008 12909
WAD99 128 1767
WAD020257945
WAD092300250
LAD00077720I
IND0789I1146
ALD000622464
ORD089452353
MID096963194
M1D054683479
MID980991566
WVP000006I06
MDD980555I89
MAD053452637
CTD000604488
MAD980523203
NJD002I4I950
ILDOI0284248
NYD049836679
GAD096629282
M1D074259565
CTD08963I956
OHD980700942
PADOIO 154045
OHD980568992
UTD982598898
Maximum
Capacity
(t/y)
2,008
29
2
11,831
6,979
1,929
507,555
576,469
1,081,402
1,010
73,502
2,520,000
4,200,000
2,700
196
36,500
51,480
18
353
67,200
106,392
132,919
224,648
5,000
24,189
50,000
75,000
6,499
Utilized
Capacity
(t/y)
273
4
0
1,609
949
262
69,006
78,375
54,186
137
19,960
63,418
571,021
1,300
27
1,074
2,496
2
48
2,843
89,578
423
27,243
22
3,289
9,500
41,056
884
Available
Capacity
(t/y)
1,735
25
2
10,222
6,030
1,667
438,549
498,094
1,027,216
872
53,542
2,456,582
3,628,979
1,400
170
35,426
48,984
15
305
64,357
16,814
132,496
197,405
4,978
20,901
40,500
33,944
5,6/5
Commercial
Capacity
Availability
Code
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
4
4
NA
4
NA
NA
NA
4
4
NA
NA
NA
4
NA
NA
NA
NA
4
NA
NA
Data
Source
1
1
4
4
4
4
3
4
3
4
1
3
3
3
4
3
3
4
4
1
3
1
1
1
4
3,7
1
4
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   EXHIBIT 2-1 (continued)
STABILIZATION CAPACITY
Facility Name
Environmental Enterprises Inc.
environmental Quality Ine, Detroit Ml (Michigan
Msposal)
environmental Technologies, Inc. King of Prussia PA
environmental Waste Resources
envirosafe Services of Idaho
invirosafe Services of Ohio
Gibson Environmental
ONI (Disposal Systems) Deer Park, TX
leritage Environmental Services
jaidlaw Environmental Services
^aidlaw Environmental Services
Laidlaw Environmental Services (UPSCI) Clive, UT
.aidlaw Environmental Services, Waynoka (USPCI,
x>ne Ml.)
LWD Sanitary Landfill, Inc.
vlagma Metals
Mill Service Inc. Yukon, PA
Northwest Enviroservice Inc
Peoria Disposal Company, Inc. (PDC)
Perma-fix treatment Services Inc
Republic Environmental Systems
Republic Environmental Systems
Rho Chem Facility
Rollins Environmental Services
Rollins Environmental Services
Rollins Envl. Services / Highway 36 Land Dvpmt
Corp.
Rollins OPC Inc
EPA ID
OIID083377010
MID000724831
NA
CTD072I38969
1DD073 114654
OHD045243706
CAD980883I77
TXD0007195I8
IND0932I90I2
CAD980675276
CAD000633164
UTD982595795
OKD065438376
KYD985073I96
AZDOO 1886597
PAD004835I46
WAD058367I52
ILD0008058I2
OKD000402396
PAD085690592
OHD055522429
CAD008364432
LADO 10395 127
TXD055141378
COD99 1300484
CAD050806850
Maximum
Capacity
(t/y)
15,779
405,000
70,000
40,000
110,000
365,000
1,752,000
1,159,000
350,000
340,000
340,000
132,000
200,000
146,000
1,689,600
230,880
1,458
1,167,640
1,162
109,000
168,353
384
19,652
549,825
200,000
1,086
Utilized
Capacity
(«/y)
2,145
300,000
70,000
1,098
70,000
345,000
47,231
335,400
21,970
16,000
16,000
30,000
60,000
14,600
40
37,434
198
45,527
158
9,660
22,889
52
2,672
74,753
112,000
148
Available
Capacity
(t/y)
13,634
105,000
0
38,902
40,000
20,000
1,704,769
823,600
328,031
324,000
324,000
102,000
140,000
131,400
1,689,560
193,446
1,260
1,122,113
1,004
99,340
145,464
331
16,980
475,072
88,000
938
Commercial
Capacity
Availability
Code
NA
NA
NA
4
4
4
NA
NA
4
4
4
NA
4
3
NA
4
NA
4
NA
4
NA
NA
1
NA
NA
NA
Data
Source
4
2
2
3
2
2
1
2
3
6
6
6
6
5
3
2,7
4
3
4
3,7
4
4
4
4
2
4
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                                          EXHIBIT 2-1 (continued)
                                       STABILIZATION CAPACITY
Facility Name
Solvent Service Co. Inc.
Spring Grove Resource Recovery Inc.
Texas Ecologists
Tri-state Steel Drum Inc.
U.S. Ecology, Inc.
USPC1 Grassy Mountain Facility
Zecco, Inc.
TOTAL
EPA ID
CAD059494310
OHD0008 16629
TXD069452340
GAD033842543
NVT3300 10000
UTD991301748
MAD052924495

Maximum
Capacity
(t/y)
2
15,230
84,486
1,129
1,399,568
468,000
6
21,298,049
Utilized
Capacity
(t/y)
0
3,095
11,487
154
190,282
16,651
1
2,895,628
Available
Capacity
(t/y)
/
12,134
73,000
976
1,209,287
451,349
5
18,402,421
Commercial
Capacity
Availability
Code
NA
4
NA
NA
4
4
NA
•
Data
Source
4
3
4
4
4
3
4

NOTES:

Capacity values estimated using the average industry utilization rate are shown in bold/italics font; see text on page 2-3.

N/A = Not Available

Commercial Capacity Availability Codes:
1.       Available only for management of hazardous waste generated on site
2.       Available only to generators or facilities owned by the same company or organization
3.       Available to a limited group of generators or facilities for commercial hazardous waste management
4.       Available to any generators or facilities for commercial hazardous waste management

Data Source Codes:
I.       1993 BRS Database
2.       Direct communication with commercial treaters; see phone logs in Appendix A
3.       1995 BRS Database - PS Form
4.       1995 BRS Database - WR and GM Forms
5.       Fax Transmittal Memo from Garry Metcalf, LWD, Inc., November 12, 1997 (see Appendix A)
6.       Fax Transmittal Memo from Scott Kuhn, Laidlaw, December 12, 1997 (see Appendix A)
7.       Memo from Robert Finkel, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (see Appendix A)
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        •      Capacity information used in this analysis is primarily based on information provided by
               the industry in the PS, WR, and GM forms of the BRS database. Because some of the
               information provided in the BRS is voluntary (e.g., PS forms), these data may not
               accurately reflect the maximum and available treatment capacity.

        •      The average utilization rate of 14 percent used to calculate the utilized and available
               capacity for many facilities may not provide an accurate statistical representation of the
               national average.

        •      Because nonhazardous wastes are not required to be reported in  the BRS, the
               utilized capacity data only refer to the hazardous waste capacity. Therefore, the
               available capacity could be an overestimate. In addition, wastes excluded from
               the definition of solid waste and permitting requirements are not reported in the
               BRS. These factors could significantly influence the stabilization capacity
               estimates.

        •      Another caveat is the ability of the treatment to meet UTS, give  any technical
               limitations. Thus available capacity could be less than estimated based on this issue.

        To address some of the above concerns and to obtain information on other aspects of
stabilization (e.g., the amount of time needed to optimize a system to meet the UTS), the Agency
conducted follow-up discussions with several commercial treaters and organizations that submitted
comments to the various Phase IV LDR proposed rules (see Appendix A). The results have been
incorporated into Exhibit 2-1 to the extent possible.  Overall, commenters indicated widespread use of
stabilization for characteristic metal wastes. All commenters who provided  information on available
capacity indicated that they are not utilizing their treatment units to the maximum practical capacity.
Commercial treaters also indicated that stabilization can be readily optimized in  most cases to treat Phase
IV wastes to the UTS  levels. Several commercial treaters (Chemical Waste  Management (CWM-LA,
CWM-IL, Environmental Quality, Environmental Technologies, EnviroSafe, GNI, Laidlaw, LWD, Inc.,
Mill Service-Yukon, and Rollins-CO) commented that no modifications would need to be made to their
treatment processes or that minimal time is required for very minor modifications.  Two commercial
treaters (LWD, Inc. and Laidlaw) provided relatively detailed  estimates of the time needed to make
modifications to stabilization treatment systems in order to meet the UTS levels (see Appendix A).
According to the treaters, the amount of time needed, which includes time for waste characterization,
process determination, bench-scale tests, and the actual modification of the stabilization system, is 90
days or less. Only two out of twelve treaters providing such information (Environmental Enterprises and
Heritage Environmental Services)—which also were among the smaller of the twelve facilities—
indicated that it may take several years to meet treatment standards, primarily due to changes needed in
their permits, although the time needed to change treatment processes would not be  great.

        As discussed in Chapters 3 and 4, large quantity remediation sites often treat on site for
economic reasons.  Mobile treatment  is preferred in these cases. One industry representative described at
least seven sites that use mobile commercial excavation and stabilization.6 These data indicate that these
wastes usually are sent to Subtitle D landfills after treatment or are capped in place.  Based on
6 Summary of Minutes of April 30, 1996 Meeting of EPA and Representatives of Lead Recovery from Batteries
(See Appendix A).

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discussions with treaters, the Agency determined that mobile stabilization is commercially available to
treat both the previously regulated and the new de-Bevilled mineral processing and TC metal wastes
(Appendix A). Several commercial facilities have indicated that, similar to stabilization conducted at the
commercial treaters' facilities, mobile technology could be made readily available (i.e., in a matter of
weeks to months). The literature also indicates that numerous commercial vendors also are available to
provide on-site stabilization.7

        Some waste streams were identified by commercial waste managers as being relatively difficult
to treat using stabilization. Three facilities (Environmental Enterprises, Heritage Environmental
Services, and Peoria Disposal Company) noted, for example, that treating organic UHCs would require
some type of pretreatment. Two of these facilities (Environmental Enterprises and Heritage
Environmental Services) stated that they would incinerate these wastes, and the other facility (Peoria
Disposal Company) stated that it would send the wastes off site for pretreatment. The Agency received
several other comments, however, indicating that these difficulties could be readily overcome. Two
commenters (Environmental Quality and LWD, Inc.) specifically stated that organic UHCs in the wastes
that they receive can be readily treated to UTS without significant changes in their processes.

        Finally, the Agency's literature review indicates that stabilization processes have been widely
used and are considered a reliable and readily available treatment technology for many metal-
contaminated wastes.  For example, one source describes their extensive database of treatment reactions
for metal-contaminated wastes in the U.S.8 Furthermore, this source indicates that for a related type of
treatment—chemical fixation—more than 700 waste  streams have been evaluated and successfully
treated in the U.S.; more than 400 waste streams have been treated successfully in bench-scale testing;
and more than 100 waste streams have been treated in field applications.

       The Agency has received no comments on expected trends in the availability of stabilization
capacity in the near term.  Nevertheless, given the apparent increase in capacity indicated by this
analysis, EPA expects that the availability of stabilization will at least remain steady or possibly increase
during the next few years.
2.2     METALS RECOVERY CAPACITY

        Due to several factors—including (1) metal recovery treatment as one of the bases for the LDR
treatment standards, (2) the basic nature of mineral processing and many TC metal industries, and (3)
EPA's policy of preferring pollution prevention or recycling to treatment—EPA evaluated the potential
to recover metals from TC metal and newly identified mineral processing wastes.
7 The following is just a small sample of commercial vendors providing on-site commercial stabilization treatment
identified from the literature:  American Colloid Co.; Chemical Waste Management; Envirosource CSI; Erosion
Control; Plastic Filter Company; Limestone Products Corp; Reinco, Inc.; and Stevenson Environmental Services.
See Appendix A for additional vendors and facilities.

8  Indelicate, Gregory and Gary Tipton, "Chemical Fixation Increase Options for Hazardous Waste Treatment,"
Environmental Solutions, May 1996.

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                                                                                                           1
        As with stabilization capacity in Section 2.1, EPA has updated the available metals recovery
 capacity data significantly from the data presented in the Phase IV second supplemental proposed rule
 (62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997). Capacity for only a selected number of sites was presented at that time.
 For updating the metals recovery capacity estimate for this Phase IV final rule, EPA examined several
 new data sources.  Of these, the 1995 BRS data provided the most substantive and current information on
 commercial metals recovery facilities.  EPA estimated the available capacity for individual facilities as
 follows:

        •       BRS data was collected from the PS, WR, and GM forms9 for 72 facilities associated
                with five system codes: M011 - high temperature metals recovery; MO 12 - retorting;
                MO 13 - secondary smelting; MOM - other metals recovery for reuse; and MO 19 - metals
                recovery, type unknown.

        •       Maximum and utilized capacity data were obtained from PS forms for the eight facilities
                where the utilized capacity from the PS form was greater than the combination of the
                utilized capacities from the WR and GM forms.

        •       For the remaining 64 facilities, EPA estimated the utilized capacity information based on
               the waste volumes reported in the WR and GM forms. It was assumed that these
               facilities with unknown maximum capacity were utilized at the average industry rate of
               39% (similar to the adjustment for stabilization facilities; see Section 2.1). This industry
               average was derived from the eight facilities that submitted complete capacity
               information in PS forms.  The available capacity then was calculated by subtracting the
               utilized capacity from the maximum capacity.

        The results of this analysis are provided in Exhibit 2-2.  Facilities for which the average industry
utilization rate was used to calculate the utilized capacity are indicated in bold/italics font in Exhibit 2-2.
Based on this analysis, EPA estimates that as much as 2.2 million tons/year of metals recovery capacity
is available for wastes restricted from land disposal under the Phase IV rulemaking.

        Several caveats should be noted regarding these data:

        •       For many facilities identified from the  BRS database, the commercial availability of the
               treatment is limited, none, or unknown. Therefore, available commercial capacity could
               be lower than what is shown in Exhibit 2-2.  Most facilities that report commercial status
               report partial or fully available commercial status (codes 3 or 4). The fully commercial
               facilities alone account for approximately 900,000 tons/year of available capacity.

        •       Capacity information used in this analysis is primarily based on information provided by
               the industry in the PS, WR, and GM  forms of the BRS database. Because some of the
               information provided in the BRS is voluntary (e.g., PS forms), these data may not
               accurately reflect the maximum and available treatment  capacity.
9 The PS form, which is submitted voluntarily, provides information on the capacity and quantity managed in
individual treatment systems; the WR form includes the amount of waste received from off-site; and the GM form
includes the amount of waste that was generated and managed on-site.

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        EXHIBIT 2-2
METALS RECOVERY CAPACITY
Facility Name
21st Century EMI DBA Transporter
21st Century Envr Mgmt Inc of Rl
Advanced Chemical Company
AERC
Allied Precious Metals
Alpha Omega Recycling, Inc.
Amax Metals Recovery, Inc.
AT&T Nassau Metals
Jay Zinc Company Inc
Bethlehem Apparatus Co Inc
kiliclen Metech Inc
Jurlington Environmental Inc - Kent
Chemlron Corp.
Clean Harbors of Braintree, Inc
Clean Harbors of Natick, Inc
CP Chemicals Inc
Cyano Corporation of Michigan Inc.
Dayton Water Systems
Doe Run Co Buick Smelter
E.I. Dupont De Nemours & Company
Encycle/texas, Inc.
Engelhard West, Inc.
Energy System & Services
Bnviro Chem Inc.
Environmental Waste Resources
Gannon & Scott Inc
General Battery Corp Reading Complex
General Battery/exide Corp.
GNB Battery Technologies
EPA ID
NVD980895338
RID980906986
R1D05973576I
PAD9873672I6
AZT0500 10685
TXD98 15 14383
LAD05847272I
NYD086225596
WAD027530526
PAD002390961
RID0638902I4
WAD99 128 1767
OHD066060609
MAD053452637
MAD980523203
NJD002I4I950
MID985567II4
OHD06 1614673
MOD059200089
TXD008079642
TXD008I 17186
CAT0006I2I50
MOPOOOOOI768
MND980996805
CTD072 138969
RID98I886I04
PAD990753089
IND0007 17959
CAD09785454I
Maximum
Capacity
(t/y)
48
144
733
4,119
22
6,180
14,632
44
15,172
1,508
1,010
15
8
32
18
467
750
147
2,894
3
77,635
286
40
8
0
104
190,000
130,056
47,742
Utilized
Capacity
(t/y)
19
57
288
1,618
9
2,427
5,747
17
5,959
592
397
6
4
13
7
184
193
58
1,137
1
30,492
112
16
3
0
41
9,501
51,082
18,751
Available
Capacity
(t/y)
29
88
445
2,501
14
3,753
8,885
26
9,213
916
614
9
4
19
11
284
557
89
1,757
2
47,142
173
24
5
0
63
\ 80,499
78,974
28,990
Commercial
Capacity
Availability
Code
NA
1
1
NA
1
NA
NA
3
NA
4
4
NA
4
NA
NA
NA
4
3
NA
NA
NA
3
NA
NA
NA
4
4
3
3
Data
Source
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
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    EXHIBIT 2-2 (continued)
METALS RECOVERY CAPACITY
Facility Name
GNB Technologies Inc
GNB Technologies, Inc.
jopher Resource Corporation
Grand Forks Air Force Base ND
iandy & 1 larman Refining Group
lorsehead Resource Dvlpt Palmerton
lydromet Env'l Inc/ Recontek Inc.
nco Alloys International, Inc
INMETCO Inc
1 & B Enterprises
ohnson Matthey Inc
Caiser Biomedical Engineering
Cinsbursky Brothers Supply Inc
Lamp Recyclers of Louisiana, Inc
LEA Ronal Inc
Mercury Refining Company, Inc.
Vlicro Metallics Corp
OSRAM Sylvania Inc Warren
Parkans International, Inc.
Phibro-tecti, Inc.
Phibro-tech, Inc.
QUEMETCO Inc
QUEMETCO, Inc.
Recovery & Reclamation, Inc.
Recyclights, Inc.
Recyclights, Inc.
Refined Metals Corporation
Revere Smelting & Refining Corporation
RFE Industries Inc
EPA ID
GAD070330576
TXD006451090
MND006 148092
ND357 1924759
LD000675249
'AD002395887
LD984766279
WVD0768260I5
PAD087561015
CAD069 138899
NJD980755367
CAD983600339
CAD088504881
LA0000365668
NYD001325661
NYD048148175
CAD069I24717
PAD980554570
TXD008 105959
CAD008488025
TXD047823265
CAD066233966
INDOOO 199653
TXD988077640
FL0000207449
MN0000903468
1ND0007I8I30
NYD030485288
NJD0550908I5
Maximum
Capacity
0/y)
3,734
25,845
164,049
3
808
300,000
3,299
940
90,559
988
1,406
1,356
23,426
411
109
957
313,470
113
670
100,136
15,739
1,262,404
338,933
835
426
6,521
4,120
168,319
839
Utilized
Capacity
(t/y)
1,467
10,151
64,433
1
317
270,000
1,296
369
69,659
388
552
533
9,201
161
43
376
69
44
263
39,330
6,182
495,831
133,122
328
167
1,516
1,618
66,110
330
Available
Capacity
(t/y)
2,267
15,694
99,616
2
490
30,000
2,003
571
20,900
600
854
823
14,225
249
66
581
313,401
69
407
60,806
9,557
766,573
205,811
507
259
5,005
2,502
102,209
510
Commercial
Capacity
Availability
Code
3
NA
4
NA
4
4
4
NA
4
4
NA
2
NA
4
3
4
4
NA
NA
NA
NA
3
4
NA
4
4
NA
3
NA
Data
Source
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
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                                           EXHIBIT 2-2 (continued)
                                      METALS RECOVERY CAPACITY
Facility Name
Safety-kleen Corp
Safety-kleen Corp.
Safety-kleen Corp. (Drew Resource Corp)
Sanders Lead Company, Inc.
Schylkill Metals Corporation
Southdown Environmental Systems
Spring Grove Resource Recovery Inc
Technic Inc
The Upjohn Company
U.S. Filter Recovery Services, Inc
United Refining & Smelting co
UOP Shreveport Plant
X-RAY Unlimited, Inc.
ZIA Technology of Texas, Inc.
TOTALS:
EPA ID
MAD982755639
TXD07760337I
CAD070148432
ALD046481032
LAD008184I37
TXD046844700
OHD0008 16629
RIDOOI 200252
M1D00082038I
MND98 1098478
ILD005087630
LAD057 109449
LAD98I5I3021
TXD987995941

Maximum
Capacity
(t/y)
4,103
5,058
11,657
242,115
54,803
3
2
212
13
20,214
530
1,631
591
3,480
3,668,643
Utilized
Capacity
(t/y)
1,611
1,986
7,640
95,095
21,525
1
1
83
5
7,939
208
641
232
1,367
1,440,921
Available
Capacity
(t/y)
2,491
3,071
4,017
147,020
33,278
2
1
129
8
12,274
322
990
359
2,113
2,227,720
Commercial
Capacity
Availability
Code
NA
NA
4
3
1
NA
NA
3
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

Data
Source
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

NOTES :

Capacity values estimated using the average industry utilization rate are shown in bold/italics font; see text on page 2-9.
N/A = Not Available

Commercial Capacity Availability Codes:
1.       Available only for management of hazardous waste generated on site
2.       Available only to generators or facilities owned by the same company or organization
3.       Available to a limited group of generators or facilities for commercial hazardous waste management
4.       Available to any generators or facilities for commercial hazardous waste management

Data Source Codes:
1.       1995 BRS PS Forms
2.       1995 BRS WR and GM Forms
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        •      The average utilization rate of 39 percent that was used to calculate the maximum and
               available capacity for many facilities may not provide an accurate statistical
               representation of the national average.

        •      Because nonhazardous wastes are not required to be reported in the BRS, the
               utilized capacity data only refer to the hazardous waste capacity.  Therefore, the
               available capacity could be an overestimate.  In addition, wastes excluded from
               the definition of solid waste and permitting requirements are not reported in the
               BRS. These factors could significantly influence the metals recovery capacity
               estimates.

        •      Another caveat is the ability of the treatment to meet UTS, give any technical
               limitations.  Thus available capacity could be less than estimated based on this issue.

        In addition to the data analysis, the Agency conducted follow-up discussions with several
 commercial treaters who submitted comments to the various Phase IV LDR proposed rules.  These
 commenters indicated that capacity exists at their facilities to treat most Phase IV wastes to the proposed
 treatment standards (see Appendix B).

        EPA did not receive any comments on expected trends in the availability of metals recovery
 capacity in the near term. Nevertheless, the Agency expects the demand and availability for metals
 recovery technologies will increase in the future because of the increasing costs of primary metals
 production.  When coupled with the expected continuing emergence of new and cost-effective metals
 recovery technologies, the availability for metals recovery to  remain at a steady state during the next few
 years seems likely.
2.3     COMBUSTION CAPACITY

        EPA has identified combustion as the BDAT for rendering many organic constituents non-
hazardous. In assessing the available treatment capacity for combustion, EPA compiled data for
hazardous waste incinerators, which have the sole purpose of destroying hazardous wastes, and for
boilers and industrial furnaces (BIFs), which have the dual purpose of destroying hazardous wastes and
deriving energy from the waste that can be then used for other industrial processes.

        In analyzing alternative treatment capacity for combustion for this final rule, the Agency
significantly updated the data from the second supplemental proposed rule (62 FR 26041, May 12,
1997). For this update, EPA used as a baseline the results of the capacity analysis conducted for the
Phase II rule (59 FR 47982, September 19, 1994) because it was the last capacity analysis based on a
significant update, i.e., information received from facilities participating in the Hazardous Waste
Treatment Council (HWTC) and Cement Kiln Recycling Coalition (CKRC) surveys conducted in 1993.
The results of the Phase II available capacity analysis for combustion are presented in Exhibit 2-3.

       To obtain more recent data on the status of commercial combustion facilities, EPA collected
information from public comments, recently published data, and the  1995  BRS database. These data, as
applicable, are incorporated in the available capacity analysis discussed in this section.
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                                           EXHIBIT 2-3
           ORIGINAL (1994) BASELINE FOR AVAILABLE COMBUSTION CAPACITY
Waste Form

Compressed gases
Total liquids and pumpable sludges
Total solids and non-pumpable sludges
Totals"
Incinerators
Maximum
(I.OOOtpy)
63
798
532
1,393
Available
(I.OOOtpy)
61
471
313
845
Percent
Utilized
3
41
41
39
BIFs
Maximum
(I.OOOtpy)
NA
1,815
290
2,104
Available
(I.OOOtpy)
NA
111
194
971
Percent
Utilized
NA
57
33
54
Total
Available
(l-.OOOtpy)
61
1,248
507
1,816
a Numbers may not sum due to rounding.

Source: USEPA, Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land Disposal Restrictions Phase II - Universal
Treatment Standards, and Treatment Standards for Organic Toxicity Characteristic Wastes and Other Newly Listed Wastes
(Final Rule), August 1994.
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        Because combustion capacity has historically been limited for.non-pumpable sludges and solids.
 and because wastewaters are not a capacity issue for this rule (see the introduction to this chapter), EPA
 categorized the available information on combustion treatment capacity into three categories: (1)
 compressed gases, (2) liquids and pumpable sludges, and (3) solids and non-pumpable sludges.

        To categorize the data into these three waste forms, EPA calculated average industry proportions
 of waste forms from the original 1994 baseline data and multiplied these proportions by maximum and
 available totals obtained from the literature.10  For example, in the original 1994 baseline the maximum
 incineration capacity for liquids and pumpable sludges was 798,000 tons out of a total of 1,393,000 tons
 (or 57 percent).  It was thus assumed that 57 percent of current estimates of maximum and available
 capacity of all incinerators  was used to treat liquids and pumpable sludges at each individual facility.

        The updated baseline data shown in Exhibit 2-4 reflect openings and closures of several
 incinerators and BIFs. According to the 1994 baseline data, there were 16 incinerators that commercially
 managed hazardous wastes. However, since then one of these incinerators (Rhone Poulenc's Indiana
 facility) has been classified as a BIF. In addition, six additional incinerators have been included in this
 updated baseline analysis (Allied-Signal Inc., Clean Harbors Technologies, ICI Explosives
 Environmental Company, Laidlaw/BDT, Waste Research and Reclamation, and Waste Technologies
 Industries).  Despite the addition of these new facilities, the available capacity for hazardous waste
 incineration has decreased from 845,000 tons per year in  1994 to 405,500 tons per year in the updated
 1997 baseline.

        According to the original baseline data, 30 BIFs were commercially managing hazardous wastes
 in 1994. Newly obtained data indicate that four of these BIFs (Citadel Cement, Dixie Cement, North
 Texas Cement, and Southwestern Portland Cement) are no longer accepting hazardous wastes
 commercially. Also, two facilities (Rhone Poulenc's Indiana facility and Systech's Alabama facility)
 were newly identified as BIFs.  Five other facilities identified in the newly obtained data were
 determined to be closed. The available capacity for BIFs decreased from 971,000 tons per year in 1994
 to 574,000 tons per year in  1997.

        In addition to fixed-base incinerators,  the available treatment capacity for mobile incinerators
 was analyzed.  The analysis for mobile incinerators was based on different data than that used for fixed-
 based incinerators and BIFs. Data from Superfund Records of Decision (RODs) indicate that, between
 1986 and 1988, the number of Superfund sites requiring mobile incineration as a cleanup technology rose
 from 6 to 17. However, this growth did not  continue in the following years. Between 1990 and 1993,
EPA awarded only 13 Superfund contracts for mobile incineration.  Because of this slow growth, several
vendors who once operated mobile incineration units went out of business. According to one source, in
 1996 the hazardous waste mobile incineration industry consisted of seven vendors operating 15 mobile
 incineration units at a total capacity of 2.176 million tons/year.11
10 El Digest, "Hazardous Waste Incinerators 1997," 1997, Number 5, page 7;  El Digest, "Industrial Furnaces,"
1997, Number 7, page 12.

11 El Digest, "Mobile Thermal Treatment," January 1996, page 34.

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                                                            EXHIBIT 2-4
                            UPDATED (1997) BASELINE FOR AVAILABLE COMBUSTION CAPACITY
Waste Form

Fixed-Base Incinerators
Maximum
(l.OOOtpy)
Available
(l.OOOtpy)
Percent
Utilized
Mobile Incinerators
Maximum
(l.OOOtpy)
Available
(UOOOtpy)
Percent
Utilized
BIFs
Maximum
(l.OOOtpy)
Available
(l.OOOtpy)
Percent
Utilized
Total
Available
Capacity
(l.OOOtpy)
Updated Baseline Without Deductions
Compressed gases
Liquids and pumpable sludges
Solids and non-pumpable sludges
Total
49
614
410
1,073
19
265
157
441
38%
43%
38%
41%
NAV
NAV
NAV
2,176
NAV
NAV
NAV
0
NAV
NAV
NAV
100%
NAP
1,307
287
1,684
NAP
471
103
574
NAP
36%
36%
34%
19
736
260
1,015
Required Capacity for Phase W Wood Preserving Wastes
Liquids and pumpable sludges
Solids and non-pumpable sludges
NAP
NAP
26
9
NAP
NAP
NAP
NAP
0
0
NAP
NAP
NAP
NAP
0
0
NAP
NAP
26
9
Available Capacity Values Including Deduction of Required Capacity for Phase IV Wood Preserving Wastes
Compressed gases
Liquids and pumpable sludges
Solids and non-pumpable sludges
Total Updated Baseline
49
614
410
1,073
19
239
148
406
38%
39%
38%
38%
NAV
NAV
NAV
2,176
NAV
NAV
NAV
0
NAV
NAV
NAV
100%
NAP
1,307
287
1,684
NAP
471
103
574
NAP
36%
36%
34%
19
710
251
980
NAP: Not Applicable
NAV: Not Available

 Facility specific information was not available for publication.

The above sector-specific and waste-form specific totals were developed from the following data sources:
        El Digest, "Hazardous Waste Incinerators 1997," 1997, Number 5, page 7;
•       El Digest, "Industrial Furnaces," 1997, Number 7, page 12;
•       El Digest, "Mobile Thermal Treatment 1996," January  1996; page 34; and
•       USEPA, Background Document for Capacity Analysis for Land Disposal Restrictions Phase II - Universal Treatment Standards, and Treatment
        Standards for Organic Toxicity Characteristic tVastes and Other Newly Listed Wastes (Final Rule), August 1994.
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        Finally, the required capacity for the Phase IV Wood Preserving Wastes Final Rule was taken
 into account.  To estimate the available combustion capacity for the remaining Phase IV wastes (TC
 metal and mineral processing wastes), EPA deducted the required capacity for wood preserving wastes
 from the updated baseline. As a result, the available combustion capacity for treating wastes that would
 be restricted from land disposal by today's rulemaking is approximately 980,000 tons/year (Exhibit 2-4).

        The available combustion capacity estimates discussed above are expected to remain relatively
 steady through the year 2000. Although one munitions treatment facility is awaiting approval of its
 permit to bum military munitions and other explosives, no applications for new hazardous waste
 incinerators are immediately pending.  Most of the proposals for new combustion capacity that have
 surfaced recently are for facilities that specialize in the combustion of military munitions, other
 explosive materials, or mixed radioactive wastes.12 In addition, several facilities that had proposed
 expansion of thermal capacity have now abandoned their proposals.13 Difficulties in permitting make it
 highly unlikely that other combustion units, such as mobile incineration units, could be brought on-line
 in the near-term (i.e., within two years). Recent industry publications indicate that the public continues
 to oppose nearly every proposed hazardous waste management facility, and state and local legislative
 bodies continue to pass restrictive siting laws or permitting moratoriums.  As a result, many project
 sponsors have already, or may eventually, find the process too costly.14
2.4     VITRIFICATION CAPACITY

        The Agency has determined that vitrification technology is commercially available for treating
limited quantities of Phase IV wastes, such as some mixed metal wastes and high arsenic wastes, that are
difficult to treat using stabilization. One commenter (Beazer East, Inc.) identified a commercial facility
that operates a tested, full-scale vitrification process.15 Using the ATTIC and VISITT databases,16 EPA
also identified a sample of companies conducting or selling supplies for vitrification.17 The Agency
subsequently held discussions with several facility  representatives (see Appendix C).  One company that
EPA identified operates one vitrification system with an available capacity of 15,000 tons/year (13,500
12 "Commercial Hazardous Waste Management Facilities: 1997 Survey of North America," The Hazardous Waste
Consultant, March/April 1997.

13 Aptus, Inc. (Rollins) of Coffeyville, Kansas; Holnam, Incorporated of Ada, Oklahoma; and Medusa Cement
Company of Clinchfield, Georgia, as described in "Commercial Hazardous Waste Management Facilities: 1997
Survey of North America,"  The Hazardous Waste Consultant. March/April 1997.  Not that the planned expansion
by Aptus, Incorporated, would have added more capacity to the estimates discussed above.

14 "Commercial Hazardous  Waste Management Facilities: 1997 Survey of North America," The Hazardous Waste
Consultant, March/April 1997.

15 The commenter also notes, however, that the regulatory status of this facility (Marine Shale Processors (MSP))
remains in question.

16 Alternative Technology Treatment Center (ATTIC) Database, U.S. EPA (see WWW.EPA.GOV/ATTIC) and the
Vendors Information System of Innovative Treatment Technology (VISITT) (seeWW.PRC.EMI.COM:80/VISITT).

17 The following is a small sample of commercials vendors providing vitrification equipment or services: Geosafe
Corp, Vortec Corp, Retech Inc., GTS of Duratech, and MSE.

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mt/y) and is readily expandable to three systems for a total capacity of 45,000 tons/year.  A full-scale,
commercial unit (MSE) treats approximately 2.000 tons/year (1,800 mt/yr). Bench-scale and pilot-scale
systems for vitrification are known to have been underway at numerous other facilities in 1994.l8

       Notwithstanding this potentially available vitrification capacity, EPA realizes that available
vitrification capacity likely is relatively low compared to other treatment technologies. Nevertheless,
capacity is expected to change in the coming years as the technology improves and operations (e.g., fuel
use) become more efficient. Furthermore, because EPA is setting numerical treatment standards for
Phase IV, other treatment technologies capable of achieving the UTS limits are not prohibited from being
used (except for those that may constitute impermissible dilution). For example, managers of lower
concentration wastes may send the waste for stabilization  or other treatment technologies.19
 2.5    MIXED RCRA/RADIOACTFVE WASTE CAPACITY

       Available commercial treatment capacity for mixed radioactive waste is discussed in detail in the
capacity analysis background document for the original Phase IV proposed rule (60 FR 43654, August
22, 1995).  Some minor updates were included in the Phase III final rule (61 FR 15565, April 8, 1996).
As discussed in detail in those analyses, any commercial capacity that is available for mixed radioactive
wastes must be used for mixed wastes that were regulated in previous LDR rulemakings and whose
variances have already expired.  EPA has not received any information indicating that this situation has
changed and, in fact,  has received numerous comments to the Phase IV proposed rules and notices that
capacity for mixed radioactive wastes is still a significant problem.  See the Comment Response
Document for the comments on this issue.
18 Attachment to memorandum from Bill Kline (U.S. EPA) to ICF Incorporated, March 17, 1994 (see Appendix C).

19  For additional information on this issue, see Appendix C.

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                                          CHAPTER 3
        CAPACITY ANALYSIS FOR TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC METAL WASTES
        This chapter presents EPA's capacity analysis for the TC metal wastes covered by the Phase IV
 LDR Rule.  The chapter is organized into the following seven sections:

        •      Section 3.1: Regulatory Background, provides additional detail on the wastes
               addressed in this analysis;

        •      Section 3.2: Data Sources, describes the data sources used in the analysis;

        •      Section 3.3: Waste Generation and Management, describes TC metal waste
               generation and management;

        •      Section 3.4: Soil Contaminated with Newly Identified TC Metal Wastes, discusses
               the soil and debris contaminated with newly identified TC metal wastes;

        •      Section 3.5: Mixed Radioactive TC Metal Wastes, addresses mixed radioactive TC
               metal wastes;

        •      Section 3.6: Capacity Analysis, provides the capacity analysis;  and

        •      Section 3.7: Summary of Results, summarizes the results of the capacity analysis.
3.1     REGULATORY BACKGROUND

        On May 19, 1980 (45 FR 33084), the Agency promulgated the final rule on the use of the
Extraction Procedure (EP) toxicity test to identify wastes that pose a hazard to human health and the
environment due to their potential to leach significant concentrations of hazardous constituents. Eight
metals (D004-D011) and six pesticide constituents (D012-D017) were identified, which if present in the
EP waste extract in excess of specified concentrations caused the waste to be identified as hazardous.
EPA determined the regulatory concentration levels by multiplying constituent-specific chronic toxicity
levels (the National Interim Primary Drinking Waster Standards (DWS)) with a generic
dilution/attenuation factor of 100, to reflect both the concentration at which the constituent is harmful to
human health and the environment and the fate of the constituent in the environment.

        On March 29, 1990 (55 FR 11798), the Agency, after several revisions to the existing hazardous
waste identification regulations, finalized the Toxicity Characteristic (TC) rule.  The TC rule replaced the
EP leaching test with the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) and added 26 organic
compounds to the list of TC constituents (D018-D043).  A comprehensive list of the Federal Register
notices related to the development of the TC regulations is provided in Exhibit 3-1.

        Since the promulgation of the  TC rule in  1990, the TCLP has been used to determine the toxicity
characteristic of a metal waste. Wastes that are characteristic by the TCLP but not by the EP are
considered newly identified wastes, which are currently not subject to the LDRs. Only these wastes are


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                 EXHIBIT 3-1
LIST OF FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICES ADDRESSING
   TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC RULEMAKINGS
TC Issue
Final Rule for Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste:
Use of EP Toxicity Test Procedure
Notice of Availability of Reports that Support the TCLP
Proposed Revisions to the Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste: Use of the TCLP and Addition of
Constituents to the Toxicity Characteristic
Final Land Disposal Restrictions Approach: Use of the TCLP for
Compliance with Treatment Standards
Supplemental Notice of the Proposed Rulemaking:
Consideration of Separate Wastewater TC
Notice of Data Availability (NODA) and Request for Comments:
Supplemental to Proposed Rule: Use of a Generic DAF and
Chronic Toxicity Reference Level Revisions
Proposed Revisions to TCLP to Replace Particle Reduction Step
Proposed Modifications to Groundwater Model
Identification and Listing of Hazardous Wastes: Toxicity
Characteristic Revisions, Final Rule
Final Rule for Land Disposal Restrictions for Third Third
Scheduled Wastes
Corrections to March 29, 1 990 Toxicity Characteristic Revisions
ANPRM and Request for Comment and Data for the Approach
for Establishing BDAT Treatment Standards for D004-D043
Land Disposal Restrictions — Phase II: Universal Treatment
Standards for Organic TC Wastes and Newly Listed Wastes
Proposed Land Disposal Restrictions — Phase IV: Issues
Associated with Clean Water Act Equivalency, and Treatment
Standards for Wood Preserving Wastes and TC Metal Wastes
Notice of Data Availability (NODA): Land Disposal Restrictions
Phase IV Proposed Rule — Issues Associated With Clean Water
Act Treatment Equivalency, and Treatment Standards for Wood
Preserving Wastes and Toxicity Characteristic Metal Wastes
Land Disposal Restrictions Phase IV: Second Supplemental
Proposal on Treatment Standards for Metal Wastes and Mineral
Processing Wastes, Mineral Processing and Bevill Exclusion
Issues, and the Use of Hazardous Waste as Fill
FR Notice
45 FR 33084
51 -FR 24856
51 FR2164&
5 1 FR 40572
52 FR 18583
53 FR 18024
53 FR 18792
53 FR 28892
55 FR 11 798
55 FR 22520
55 FR 26986
56 FR 55 160
59 FR 47982
60 FR 43654
61F/?21418
62 FR 26041
Date
May 19. 1980
July 9. 1986
July 13, 1986
November 7, 1986
May 18, 1987
May 19, 1988
May 24, 1988
August 1, 1988
March 29, 1990
June 1, 1990
June 29, 1990
October 24, 1991
September 19, 1994
August 22, 1995
May 10, 1996
May 12, 1997
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 eligible for a capacity variance under today's rulemaking.  On August 22, 1995 (60 FR 43654), the
 Agency proposed revised LDR treatment standards for all characteristic metal wastes, including those
 previously regulated by the EP. These revised treatment standards, for both wastewater and
 nonwastewater forms of D004-D011 wastes, are numerically equivalent to the universal treatment
 standards (UTS). A universal treatment standard is a single treatment standard established for a specific
 constituent regardless of the waste matrix in which it is present (i.e., the same treatment standard applies
 to a particular constituent in each waste code in which it is regulated).'

        EPA received several comments on the treatability of TC metal wastes to the UTS levels (e.g.,
 see the Capacity Analysis Comment Summary and Response Document regarding today's rule). Upon
 additional review of the comments and data submitted by the commenters, the Agency re-proposed UTS
 levels for 12 metal constituents in the Phase IV LDR second supplemental proposed rule (62 FR 26041,
 May  12, 1997). In today's rule, EPA is promulgating the final UTS for those 12 metal constituents in TC
 metal wastes, requiring the UTS to be met for all underlying hazardous constituents (UHCs), and making
 national capacity variance determinations.

        In  1996, the Land Disposal Program Flexibility Act (LDPFA) was signed into law. LDPFA
 provides an exemption from treatment of UHCs to UTS for land-disposed wastes that are hazardous only
 because they exhibit a hazardous characteristic (D001-D043) and if the wastes are decharacterized and
 managed by Class I underground injection or Clean Water Act (CWA) or equivalent systems.  The
 hazardous waste characteristic can be removed by any means, including dilution or other deactivation
 through aggregation of different waste streams preceding land disposal (61 FR 15661, April 8, 1996).
 Thus, TC metal wastes that are managed in CWA or equivalent systems, which constitute practically all
 of the TC metal wastewaters (as determined during the Phase III LDR capacity analysis;  61 FR 15565,
 April 8, 1996) only have to meet characteristic levels prior to land disposal, a practice already required
 by RCRA Subtitle C permitting requirements (40 CFR Parts 264 and 265).  Furthermore, EPA expects
 that are no quantities of TC metal wastewaters that are eligible for a capacity variance (i.e., TC metal
 wastes that would not fail the EP) because the old and the new extraction procedure (i.e., the EP and
 TCLP, respectively) result in the same leachate  concentration for wastewaters. Finally, EPA did not
 receive any comments to the Phase IV proposed rules or notices indicating that any capacity issues
 existed for TC metal wastewaters.  Therefore, TC metal wastewaters are not considered further in this
 capacity analysis. If capacity issues do subsequently arise, then generators may apply for a capacity
 variance extension per 40 CFR 268.5 on a case-by-case basis.
3.2    DATA SOURCES

       EPA has collected available information on Phase IV TC metal wastes, including contaminated
soil and debris, from a number of sources to support these LDRs. The primary data sources used in this
capacity analysis are described in this section.
1   A more detailed discussion of the Agency's rationale and technical support for establishing universal treatment
standards for TC wastes is provided in: USEPA, Final Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT)
Background Document for Universal Standards, July 1994, Volume A: Universal Standards for Nonwastewater
Forms of Listed Hazardous Wastes, and Volume B: Universal Standards for Wastewater Forms of Listed
Hazardous Wastes.

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        3.2.1   Information from Background Documents Developed for the Third Third
               Rulemaking

        For the Third Third Rulemaking (55 FR 22520, June 1, 1990), the Agency conducted a
comprehensive study on the TC metal waste generation and management at the industry and facility
level. Information collected and analyzed for the Third Third rulemaking is used in the present analysis,
as applicable, for characterizing the TC metal wastes.2

        3.2.2   Comments from the ANPRM

        On October 24, 1991 the Agency published an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
(ANPRM) (56 FR 55160) and requested comments and data on the development of treatment standards
and quantities of wastes requiring alternative commercial capacity due to the LDRs for a group of newly
listed wastes, including the TC metal wastes. Several commenters provided comments and data on the
TC metal waste generation and management. Applicable comments and data are included in the capacity
analysis described in this report.

        3.2.3  USEPA Biennial Reporting System (BRS)

        The BRS provides information on waste generation and management practices at the individual
waste stream and facility  level. The BRS is a system by which RCRA-regulated treatment, storage, and
disposal facilities (TSDFs) and large quantity generators provide EPA with information on their
hazardous waste activities. The BRS contains information  on the waste streams generated on site and
received from off site, waste physical form, waste codes, waste quantity, and the treatment systems used
to treat each hazardous waste stream. Data from the BRS was  the primary source for the analysis of
required capacity for the TC metal wastes.  A detailed description of the methodology and assumptions
for using the BRS data are provided in Section 3.3.

        3.2.4   Comments to Phase IV LDR Proposed Rule for TC Metal Wastes

        On  August 22, 1995, EPA published the original Phase IV LDR proposal and solicited comments
on the waste quantities and management practices of the newly identified TC metal wastes that were
impacted by this rule (60  FR 43654).  In response to this proposal, several commenters provided
comments and data on the TC metal waste generation and management. However,  the Agency
determined  that additional data was needed and on May 10, 1996 the Agency published a Notice of Data
Availability (NODA) as a supplement to the original Phase IV proposed rule (61 FR 21418). In this
NOD A, EPA requested additional information on the generation and management of the TC metal
wastes and TC contaminated soil.  Based on the available data and comments received in response to the
various Phase IV LDR proposals, the Agency revised the UTS  for 12 metal constituents in TC metal
wastes and published the  proposed treatment standards in the Phase IV LDR second supplemental
proposed rule (62 FR 26041, May  12, 1997). Applicable data and comments submitted by commenters
- USEPA, Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions •
Final Rule, Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and Available Treatment Capacity, May
1990, Chapter 2, page 2-1.
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 in response to all the Phase IV LDR proposals were combined and included in the capacity analysis
 described in this report. Comments are described in more detail in the Comment Summary and
 Response Document.
 3.3     WASTE GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT

        TC metal wastes are generated by a wide variety of industries and in many different forms.
 Furthermore, the waste generation rates vary widely from industry to industry. However, the processes
 by which TC metal wastes are generated are similar for many of the metals.  For a more detailed
 discussion of the potentially impacted industries and the specific compounds of interest for each TC
 metal, refer to the BOAT background materials in the RCRA docket for today's rulemaking.

        As indicated in Section 3.1, two different categories of TC metal wastes are affected by this rule.
 First is the wastes that are (or would be) also hazardous using the EP. These wastes are currently
 required to be treated to the TC level.  Second is the newly identified TC metal wastes (i.e., wastes that
 would pass the EP test but fail the TCLP test), which were not subject to LDR regulations prior to
 today's rule. Today, the Agency is promulgating regulations for both categories of TC metal wastes,
 although only the newly identified wastes are eligible for a capacity variance.

        To estimate the quantity of potential Phase IV TC metal waste that is currently being generated3
 and currently being surface-disposed (and, thus, potentially requiring alternative treatment), the Agency
 relied primarily on the BRS. The following steps describe the  methodology used to identify these wastes
 from the BRS:

 1.       Identify wastes that are TC metals (D004-D011) only.  Data was extracted from the 1995 BRS
        GM Form for all of the TC metal waste streams that carried at least one TC metal code (D004-
        DO11) and no other code. Thus, waste streams that carried a TC metal waste code along with a
        listed waste code (e.g., F, K, U, or P waste) or other characteristic waste code (e.g., a TC organic
        waste code) were excluded because  listed wastes and TC organic wastes were addressed in
        previous rulemakings.

2.       Determine quantities managed on and off site. The data were aggregated according to whether
        the waste was managed on site or shipped off site. The on-site quantity is the "quantity treated,
        disposed, or recycled in 1995" from the GM form and the off-site quantity is the "total quantity
        shipped in 1995."  Total generation  is the summation of these two quantities.

3.       Exclude wastes reported by transfer facilities. To avoid double-counting, non-primary TC metal
        wastes derived from the management of a hazardous waste (origin code of 5 in the GM form)
J For the purpose of this capacity analysis, and as discussed in more detail later in this section, the TC metal waste
generation refers to wastes that carry only a TC metal code and that are not deep well injected or disposed without
treatment under a National Pollutant Discharge and Elimination System (NPDES) permit.
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        were eliminated.4  Similarly, waste streams received from off site but not managed on site (origin
        code of 4 in the GM form) were eliminated.5

4.      Exclude selected wastes.  Deepwell/underground injection wastes (waste code Ml34) and wastes
        that are directly discharged to surface water under NPDES without prior treatment (waste code
        Ml36) were excluded. Underground injected wastes are addressed by a separate analysis and the
        NPDES wastes are not subject to the LDRs.

5.      Aggregate waste quantities by physical form. The generated quantities were aggregated by
        inorganic and organic liquids, inorganic and organic solids, inorganic and organic sludges, and
        other. The "other" category includes inorganic and organic gases and lab packs.

6.      Aggregate waste quantities by waste code.  Waste streams with multiple TC metal waste codes
        were grouped separately as "mixture" streams.

        Exhibit 3-2 provides the TC metal-only waste quantities generated in 1995 by waste code and
waste type.6 The same data are presented in Exhibit 3-3, but organized by system type and waste code.
As seen in Exhibits 3-2 and 3-3, approximately 31 million tons of TC metal-only wastes are generated
and managed off site annually. Of these wastes, the vast majority, 29.6 million tons, are currently being
treated (Exhibit 3-4).  The remaining 1.5 million tons of TC metal-only wastes (approximately five
percent of the total TC metal-only waste generated annually) are either directly surface-disposed, shipped
to transfer facilities, or reported as managed in unknown system types.  Note, however, that Exhibits 3-2
and 3-3 address total TC metal-only waste generation, not the quantity of TC metal-only wastes
potentially affected by the Phase IV LDRs.  Several additional steps were taken and assumptions were
made to estimate this latter quantity.

        The first key assumption developed to identify TC metal wastes affected by the LDRs involved
wastewaters. As discussed in Section 3.1, the Land Disposal Program Flexibility Act (LDPFA) signed
by the President on March 26, 1996 overruled the DC Court of Appeals' 1992 opinion in  Chemical
Waste Management, Inc. et al. v. EPA with respect to the requirement for minimized threat treatment
standards for decharacterized wastes that are decharacterized and managed in CWA/CWA-
equivalent/Class I Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) systems. Therefore, TC wastes that are managed in
CWA/CWA-equivalent systems do not need to meet the Phase IV LDR requirements. More importantly,
because the TCLP and EP  are identical in terms of wastewaters, there are no newly identified TC metal
wastewaters being generated and thus a variance decision is moot. Thus, wastewaters are excluded from
this analysis (although liquid nonwastewaters are included).  However, residues resulting from the
treatment of these wastewaters are usually managed as nonwastewaters and, thus, are included in the
BRS.
4 In general, non-primary waste streams (i.e., treatment residuals) are not included in the capacity estimates because
if management practices change as a result of the LDRs, such residuals will no longer be generated.

5 Waste streams that are sent to a transfer facility and then sent to a hazardous waste management facility are
supposed to be reported in the BRS at least twice, once by the facility generating the waste and once by the facility
transferring the waste.

6 See Appendix D for the 1995 BRS data used for this analysis.

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                                            EXHIBIT 3-2
                    1995 GENERATION OF TC METAL-ONLY WASTES (TONS)"
Waste Code
Arsenic (D004)
Barium (D005)
Cadmium (D006)
Chromium (D007)
Lead (D008)
Mercury (D009)
Selenium (DO 10)
Silver (DO II.)
Mixtures
Total
Inorganic
Liquids
88,119
42,124
1,979,380
14,994,427
3,504,207
2,598,601
446,490
205,548
2,897,891
26,756,786
Organic
Liquids
1,532
299
795
68,936
15,468
360
81
1,866
19,286
108,624
Inorganic
Solids
3,968
23,038
45,968
73,146
2,738,079
7,625
1,445
587
140,895
3,034,751
Organic
Solids
197
254
448
1,117
20,445
136
1
26
4,173
26,798
Inorganic
Sludges
658
324
166,229
415,366
370,183
50
1,877
4,843
17,351
976,880
Organic
Sludges
12
164
77
311
1,652
26
7
9
1,479
3,738
Other
386
1,460
457
78,724
61,797
651
42
311
31,077
174,905
Total
94,872
67,664
2,193,354
15,632,027
6,711,831
2,607,449
449,943
213,190
3,112,152
31,082,483
" For the purpose of this capacity analysis, the TC metal waste generation refers to wastes that carry only a TC metal code and
that are not deep well injected or disposed without treatment under a NPDES permit.
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                  EXHIBIT 3-3
   1995 GENERATION OF TC METAL-ONLY WASTES
ORGANIZED BY SYSTEM TYPE AND WASTE CODE (TONS)

Arsenic
(D004)
Barium
(D005)
Cadmium
(D006)
Chromium
(D007)
Lead
(D008)
Mercury
(D009)
Selenium
(DOIO)
Silver
(1)011)
Mixtures
Total
Metals Recovery (For Reuse) .
High Temperature Metals Recovery
(IITMR)(M01I)
Retorting (MO 12)
Secondary Smelting (MO 13)
Other Metals Recovery For Reuse (MO 14)
Metals Recovery (MO 19)
5
0
0
364
37
0
0
0
129
10
553
2
313
7,292
76
3,188
0
110
49,258
497
1,844
790
164,212
47,291
18,024
45
1,400
37
113
850
0
0
0
0
1
180
1
182
2,779
1,633
1,230
69
799
485
1,260
7,045
2,264
165,651
107,710
22,389
Solvents Recovery
Fractionation/Distillation (M02 1 )
Thin Film Evaporation (M022)
Solvent Extraction (M023)
Other Solvent Recovery (M024)
Solvents Recovery - Type Unknown (M029)
0
11
0
0
0
5
1
0
0
4
13
0
1
0
34
6
2
0
0
47
145
14
0
20
182
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
3
6
0
9
214
0
6
1,185
56
391
32
14
1,206
332
Other Recovery
Acid Regeneration (M03 1)
Other Recovery (M032)
Other Recovery - Type Unknown (M039)
0
132
1
0
0
92
0
26
54
5,684
750
503
1
1,140
2,240
0
58
469
0
0
17
0
0
15
3
1,192
912
5,688
3,298
4,302
Incineration
Incineration - Liquids (M041)
Incineration - Sludges (M042)
Incineration - Solids (M043)
Incineration - Gases (M044)
Incineration - Type Unknown (M049)
421
13
147
0
2
230
4
228
0
1
72
25
144
3
322
6,312
257
862
0
5,464
640
246
1,541
1
113
389
0
103
0
16
23
3
4
0
12
99
2
13
0
III
335
327
2,466
1
172
8,520
876
5,508
6
6,213
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               EXHIBIT 3-3 (continued)
    1995 GENERATION OF TC METAL-ONLY WASTES
ORGANIZED BY SYSTEM TYPE AND WASTE CODE (TONS)

Arsenic
(D004)
Barium
(D005)
Cadmium
(D006)
Chromium
(D007)
Lead
(D008)
Mercury
(D009)
Selenium
(DOIO)
Silver
(D011)
Mixtures
Total
Energy Recovery (Reuse as Fuel)
inergy Recovery - Liquids (M05I)
Energy Recovery - Sludges (M052)
finergy Recovery - Solids (M053)
[inergy Recovery - Type Unknown (M059)
797
0
4
0
9
0
203
0
24
0
58
1
1,382
14
129
10
751
1
243
162
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
1
0
2,996
39
226
63
5,978
54
864
236
Fuel Blending
Fuel Blending (M061)
8
343
240
934
3,491
40
20
20
1,773
6,869
Aqueous Inorganic Treatment
Chrome Reduction Followed by Chemical
Precipitation (M07I)
Cyanide Destruction Followed by Chemical
Precipitation (M072)
Cyanide Destruction Only (M073)
Chemical Oxidation Followed by Chemical
Precipitation (M074)
Chemical Oxidation Only (M075)
Chemical Precipitation (M077)
Other Aqueous Inorganic Treatment (M078)
Aqueous Inorganic Treatment -
Type Unknown (M079)
0
0
0
1,646
0
45,562
40
42
0
0
0
0
0
41,601
0
37
43
192,319
12,339
7,400
0
442,427
65,170
27
13,081,164
22,569
1,908
51,449
0
858,094
1,017,977
1,522
1,262
229
0
68,264
0
3,614,819
2,385,687
760
0
0
0
0
1
1,229,376
809,226
9
0
0
0
0
0
81
963
14
1
69,112
8,205
3,514
0
52,055
8,900
100
511,572
279,304
0
46,914
0
1,869,927
2,875
4,323
13,594,042
563,534
22,452
179,188
2
8,153,941
4,290,839
6,833
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               EXHIBIT 3-3 (continued)
    1995 GENERATION OF TC METAL-ONLY WASTES
ORGANIZED BY SYSTEM TYPE AND WASTE CODE (TONS)

Arsenic
(D004)
Barium
(DOOS)
Cadmium
(D006)
Chromium
(D007)
Lead
(DOOS)
Mercury
(D009)
Selenium
(D010)
Silver
(D011)
Mixtures
Total
Aqueous Organic Treatment
Biological Treatment (M08I)
Carbon Adsorption (M082)
Air/steam Stripping (M083)
Wet Air Oxidation (M084)
Other Aqueous Organic Treatment (M085)
Aqueous Organic Treatment -
Type Unknown (M089)
0
2
0
0
129
19
25
0
0
0
0
0
1,333
0
0
0
6
II
319
48
0
8
431
98
2,932
2
0
0
1,146
112
30
949
0
0
0
8
252,155
0
0
0
0
0
8,599
0
1
0
0
39
1,882
0
0
0
29
39
267,274
1,000
2
8
' 1,741
325
. Aqueous Organic and Inorganic Treatment
Chemical Precipitation in Combination with
Biological Treatment (M09I)
Chemical Precipitation in Combination with Carbon
Adsorption (M092)
Other Organic/Inorganic Treatment (M094)
Aqueous Organic and Inorganic Treatment - Type
Unknown (M099)
86
415
41
4
0
13
14
481
23
22,906
171
51
6,923
2,334
3,268
2,340
1,231
526
2,122
10,621
89
17
26
96
0
0
31
34
354
11
18
88
7,595
6,634
4,535
2,635
16,301
32,856
10,226
16,348
Sludge Treatment
Sludge Dewatering (MIDI)
Addition of Excess Lime (Ml 02)
Solvent Extraction (Ml 04)
Sludge Treatment - Type Unknown (M 1 09)
94
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
38,935
0
0
47
54,352
12
0
183
602
351
0
369
0
0
0
3
7
0
0
0
31
0
38
86
35,136
10
0
267
129,157
373
38
955
'"''•' : ' ' :"" ":.:'• ; ,'.;• x : "••^•••- stabilization • ' ' ' .
Stabilization/Chemical Fixation Using Cementitious
and/or Pozzolanic Materials (Mill)
Other Stabilization (Ml 12)
Stabilization - Type Unknown (M 1 19)
841
219
13
1,766
385
400
39,022
95
494
13,393
1,282
1,800
122,174
25,641
13,587
1,357
10
438
2,372
0
921
23
0
118
55,855
10,556
3,862
236,802
38,189
21,633
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              EXHIBIT 3-3 (continued)
    1995 GENERATION OF TC METAL-ONLY WASTES
ORGANIZED BY SYSTEM TYPE AND WASTE CODE (TONS)

Arsenic
(D004)
Barium
(D005)
Cadmium
(D006)
Chromium
(D007)
Lead
(D008)
Mercury
(D009)
Selenium
(D010)
Silver
(DOM)
Mixtures
Total
L Other Treatment
Neutralization Only (MI2I)
Evaporation Only (Ml 22)
Settling/Clarification Only (Ml 23)
'base Separation Only (Ml 24)
Other Treatment (Ml 25)
Other Treatment - Type Unknown (Ml 29)
62
0
32,953
0
7,798
41
6
0
0
L 1
19,366
32
663,059
88
199,508
3
156
121
27,053
17,408
303
36
46,887
447
5,372
415
12
1,013
38,497
2,712
1
1
1
4
346,053
46
0
0
0
0
0
7
16
218
2
54,601
63
72
13,025
381
15
11,154
111,185
2,841
708,593
18,511
232,794
66,812
570,005
6,319
.Disposal
Land Treatment/Application/Farming
Landfill (MI31)
Landfill (Ml 32)
Surface Impoundment
(to be Closed as a Landfill) (Ml 33)
Direct Discharge to Sewer/Publicly Owned
Treatment Works (POTW)
(No Prior Treatment) (Ml 35)
Other Disposal (Ml 37)
TSDR Facility (M 141)
0
2,302
1
0
46
577
0
1,570
0
3
55
643
II
5,550
491,430
151
64
1,095
3
5,817
3
26,393
295,241
15,154
34
85,213
3,233
27
40,195
28,487
3
2,395
5
0
211,980
1,783
0
8
0
193,193
0
75
0
83
0
43
582
989
153
69,761
78
9,165
19,489
14,355
203
172,699
494,751
228,975
567,653
63,158
.-.,''• Unknown


GRAND TOTAL
0

94,872
5

67,664
48

2,193,354
401

15,632,027
11,093

6,711,832
13

2,607,449
0

449,943
155

213,190
789

3,112,152
12,505

31,082,483
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                                 EXHIBIT 3-4
                   1995 GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT
                     OF TC METAIX)NLY WASTES (TONS)
                     29,555,042
                                                     1,527,440
g Volume of TC metal-only waste treated

rj Volume of TC metal-only waste surface-disposed, shipped to transfer facilities, or reported as managed in
 unknown systems
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        To develop lower- and upper-bound estimates of the quantity of surface-disposed TC metal
 wastes and, thus, of wastes that may require alternative treatment or recovery capacity upon
 promulgation of the Phase IV LDR rule, the Agency applied two key sets of assumptions:

 1.      For the upper-bound estimate, the Agency used the conservative assumption that all of the TC
        metal nonwastewaters that are either surface-disposed (i.e., where the system type was land
        treatment, landfill, surface impoundment, or "other" disposal), shipped to transfer facilities, or
        reported as managed in invalid system types (e.g., when M141 (transfer off-site) is used as an
        on-site treatment) will require at least some form of alternative treatment/recovery to meet the
        new treatment standards.  The actual quantity is likely to be lower than this for two main
        reasons: (1) many of these waste streams are not surface-disposed and, thus, would not require
        alternative capacity; and (2) many facilities likely will make modifications in their production
        processes and/or waste management in order to avoid the LDRs.

 2.      For the  lower-bound estimate, EPA  primarily used the assumption that only the reported surface-
        disposed wastes would require alternative capacity. The actual quantity is likely to be higher
        than this because many of the waste streams that are surface-disposed (and, thus, would likely
        require alternative capacity) are not  reported as such in the BRS.  This non-reporting is primarily
        due to small quantity generators (SQGs) and to the fact that when TC metal wastes are
        decharacterized through treatment (e.g., stabilization), they are no longer hazardous and, thus, .
        their ultimate disposal no longer needs to be reported in the BRS. EPA believes that this non-
        reporting eclipses any of the reasons that would tend to indicate that this estimate would not be a
        lower bound.7

        Exhibits 3-5 and 3-6 provide the  upper-bound and lower-bound estimates of surface-disposed TC
metal wastes potentially requiring  alternative treatment, which are approximately 1.3 million tons and
0.7 million tons per year, respectively. These estimates compare favorably with an estimate of 1 million
tons per year that was obtained by  summing the surface disposed volumes of D004-D011 wastes
requiring alternative capacity estimated for the Third Third Rule.8
7 For example, many facilities likely will make modifications in their production processes and/or waste
management in order to avoid RCRA Subtitle C and the LDRs.

8 USEPA, Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions,
Final Rule, Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and Available Treatment Capacity, May
1990, Volume I, Executive Summary, page E-22. Note, however, that the estimate of 1 million obtained from the
Third Third Rule background document only includes one of the TC metal categories—EP metal—while the TC
metal estimates of 0.7 million to 1.3 million developed for this Phase IV rule include both categories of TC metal
waste—EP and non-EP. On the other hand, during the time period since the Third Third Rule, efforts on waste
minimization and pollution prevention have reduced the generation of hazardous wastes, which would not be
captured in the estimate from the Third Third Rule.

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                                     EXHIBIT 3-5
      UPPER-BOUND ESTIMATES OF SURFACE-DISPOSED TC METAL WASTES (TONS)
Waste Code
Arsenic (D004)
Barium (D005)
Cadmium (D006)
Chromium (D007)
Lead (D008)
Mercury (D009)
Selenium (DO 10)
Silver (D01I)
Mixtures
Total
Inorganic
Liquids
97
138
341,080
265,076
2,222
212,190
40
1,231
10,288
832,362
Organic
Liquids
305
50
83
37,741
5,275
51
20
275
1,341
45,141
Inorganic
Solids
2,027
986
5,596
12,104
119,294
3,394
22
123
73,436
216,982
Organic
Solids
26
45
252
553
2,827
85
0
2
1,860
5,649
Inorganic
Sludges
105
10
150,851
688
988
5
2
35
1,768
154,453
Organic
Sludges
10
79
5
67
201
25
0
0
634
1,022
Other
356
965
331
389
37,449
429
0
143
15,298
55,361
Total
2,926
2,273
498,198
316,620
168,255
216,180
84
1,809
104,625
1,310,970
Data Source: 1995 Biennial Reporting System.
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                                           EXHIBIT 3-6
           LOWER-BOUND ESTIMATES OF SURFACE-DISPOSED TC METAL WASTES (TONS)
Waste Code
Arsenic (D004)
Barium (D005)
Cadmium (D006)
Chromium (D007)
Lead (D008)
Mercury (D009)
Selenium (DO 10)
Silver (DO 11)
Mixtures
Total
Inorganic
Liquids
23
0
340,939
227
109
6
0
7
224
341,536
Organic
Liquids
10
25
1
75
4,451
0
0
3
10
4,575
Inorganic
Solids
1,839
598
4,859
4,704
66,906
2,141
8
73
65,773
146,900
Organic
Solids
22
36
216
297
2,189
27
0
0
871
3,660
Inorganic
Sludges
89
0
150,819
357
687
1
0
0
1,540
153,493
Organic
Sludges
9
9
0
16
145
20
0
0
385
585
Other
310
901
156
147
3,362
207
0
1
1,190
6,274
Total
2,303
1,570
496,991
5,823
77,848
2,403
8
83
69,992
657,022
Data Source: 1995 Biennial Reporting System.
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        A significant increase in the amount of TC metal wastes requiring alternative treatment is not
expected as a result of the Phase IV LDRs because many of the newly identified TC metal wastes are
likely already being treated to TC levels or are not surface-disposed (as discussed above). Therefore, the
Agency believes that the quantity of TC metal waste that might require alternative treatment is certainly
within and likely even below the range of 0.7 million tons and 1.3 million tons. A much smaller quantity
is expected to be newly  identified and thus even eligible for a capacity variance.
3.4     SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH NEWLY IDENTIFIED TC METAL WASTES

        The Agency estimates that approximately 2,680,000 tons of soil contaminated with hazardous
waste (all types, including TC metals) are treated annually in the United States.9 This estimate was
obtained by examining data on volumes generated through CERCLA, RCRA corrective action, RCRA
closures, State superfund, and voluntary cleanup programs. Of the total volume of contaminated soil
treated annually, approximately 890,000 tons are treated ex-situ outside of Corrective Action
Management Units (CAMUs) and Areas of Contamination (AOCs), and therefore are potentially affected
by the Phase IV LDRs. As discussed further in Appendix E-l, however, only a portion of this
quantity—approximately 55,000 tons/year—is TC metal-only soil. Furthermore, only the portion of this
soil that is not also EP toxic is eligible for a capacity variance.10  Finally, only some of this non-EP soil is
expected to require alternative capacity. The remainder either will not be affected by the LDRs or will
require  less treatment.  This latter point (i.e., some wastes will require less treatment) is due to the fact
that the new treatment standards are less stringent than current treatment standards for those wastes. See
Appendix E for additional  discussion of affected wastes.

        Regarding treatment for these soils, EPA has determined that it is generally unsuitable or
impractical from a technical standpoint to burn large volumes of highly contaminated soil.11 The Agency
has documented potential difficulties that may arise from the combustion of soils due to soil/contaminant
characteristics that affect incineration performance, such as the concentrations of volatile metals, the
presence of alkali salts, fine particles of soils such as clays and silts, and the ash fusion point of the
contaminating waste. For example, operation  of an incinerator at or near the waste ash fusion
temperature can cause melting and agglomeration of inorganic salts. The loading of clays and silts in
some soils may also result in high loadings of particulate matter in flue gases.12
9 USEPA, Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions to Contaminated Media: Costs, Cost Savings,
and Economic Impacts (Draft), February 23, 1998, Chapter 2.

10 As discussed in Chapter 1, EP toxic wastes were addressed during the Third Third Rule. Consequently, EP toxic
wastes are not newly identified wastes and thus are no longer eligible for a capacity variance. One exception to this
is EP toxic mineral processing wastes addressed in Chapter 4.

11 55 FR 8760, March 8, 1990 and 61 FR 18806, April, 29, 1996.

12 See USEPA, Final BDAT Background Document for Hazardous Soils, August 1993, page 3-12 and USEPA,
Technology Screening Guide for Treatment of CERCLA Soils and Sludges, September 1988.
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        In a remedial context, application of current LDRs to contaminated soils often presents
 remediation project managers with only two options: (1) cap or treat hazardous contaminated media in
 place thereby avoiding LDRs; or (2) excavate the media and treat it to the full extent of BDAT, often
 incineration.  The Agency has found that this situation often creates an incentive to select remedies that
 minimize the  application of LDRs (e.g., remedies that involve capping or leaving untreated waste in
 place), a result obviously not contemplated by Congress in enacting the LDRs.13 Recognizing the unique
 issues associated with contaminated soils, therefore, the Agency is promulgating alternative LDR
 treatment standards (10 times UTS or 90 percent reduction) for these wastes in today's rule. The soil-
 specific treatment standards being promulgated will apply to all contaminated soil that is restricted from
 land disposal, including but not limited to hazardous soils contaminated by TC metal and mineral
 processing wastes.14 EPA believes that the alternative standards will significantly  improve the
 management of hazardous soil by increasing treatment options, encouraging implementation of more
 aggressive or  permanent remedies, substantially reducing hazardous constituent  concentration, and
 minimizing threats  to human health and the environment.  Appendix E-2 discusses several of the
 treatment options that EPA expects will be used to meet these new treatment standards. .

        The alternative treatment  standards being promulgated today are based primarily on the data for
 soil treatability found in EPA's Soil Treatability Database.15 After analyzing the data contained in the
 database, the Agency concluded that the alternative soil treatment standards can  be reliably achieved
 using a variety of demonstrated treatment technologies, including biological treatment, chemical
 extraction, dechlorination, HTMR, soil  washing, stabilization, and thermal desorption.  In addition, the
 Agency compiled treatment performance data for contaminated soils from remediation sites that indicate
 that the alternative treatment standards are already being achieved at most sites by innovative treatment
 technologies (see Appendix E-3).  Several discussions with treaters support these findings (see Appendix
 E-4). EPA's findings are supported by data submitted by three commenters (Hazardous Waste
 Treatment Council, USPCI, and DuPont) in response to the proposed Phase II rule.16 These commenters
 provided performance data on technologies or extensive literature reviews documenting the availability
 and limitations of innovative technologies.

       An analysis conducted previously by the Agency on the use of established and  innovative
 technologies indicates that in recent years there has been a reduction in the reliance on incineration and
 an increase in  the use of innovative treatment technologies at remedial sites  (see Appendix E-5).  The
 most commonly used innovative treatment technologies are soil vapor extraction, thermal desorption,
 and bioremediation, which together are  applied approximately 37 percent of the time.  (For comparison,
 stabilization is applied only 30 percent of the time and, incineration only 24 percent). Preference for the
 use of these technologies can be likely attributed to their cost-effectiveness and performance.  The
13  61 FR 18808, April 29, 1996.

14  See Section VII—LDR Treatment Standards for Soil—of today's preamble.

15  USEPA, Final Proposed Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background Document for
Hazardous Soil, August 1993, page 5-1.

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Agency identified more than 100 vendors of these innovative treatment technologies (see Appendix E-6).
Discussions with some of these vendors indicate that these technologies can be readily optimized to meet
new treatment standards (see Appendix E-4).  In addition, vendors indicated that they currently are
operating well under their maximum capacity and that they have the manpower and equipment to expand
capacity rapidly. Furthermore, capacity data provided by just four of these vendors indicate that they
have sufficient available capacity to treat several million additional tons/year of soil (or the equivalent
of over 100 sites).17  As discussed earlier in this section, less than 55,000 tons/year (equivalent to only
about two sites) of TC metal-only soil is expected to require alternative capacity.

        The Agency also recognizes that the alternative soil treatment standards, which as indicated
above are less stringent than the current treatment standards, will increase the availability of capacity to
treat soil contaminated with TC metal wastes. The alternative treatment standards will provide relief for
on-going remediation programs because wastes such as TC organic soils will require less treatment.
EPA recognizes, however, that implementation of the alternative soil treatment standards at some sites
probably will not be immediate because some States may not adopt the potentially less stringent soil
standards and because there will be some time between the selection and actual implementation of
remedial treatment technologies. Furthermore, as indicated in the RIA for contaminated media for this
rule,18 this additional capacity will be roughly matched by the required capacity for some non-TC metal-
only soils (e.g., soil contaminated with some listed wastes) affected by the Phase IV rule (although, as
discussed previously, these wastes are not eligible for a capacity variance). See Appendix E-l for
additional discussion of this issue.

        Given all of the above factors, EPA believes that adequate alternative treatment capacity will be
available for contaminated soil affected by the Phase IV rule. Therefore, the Agency is not granting  a
variance for soil contaminated with theses wastes (beyond  the 90 days allowed prior to the effective date
of the rule).19

        Notwithstanding this analysis, the Agency recognizes that some wastes could possess unique
properties that make them more difficult to treat than the wastes on which the standards are based. In
such cases, the affected party may petition the Agency for a treatability variance per 40 CFR 268.44. For
newly identified wastes (i.e., wastes that do not fail'the EP test, and, consequently, are not part of the
Third Third LDR Rule), the affected party may also request a capacity variance extension per 40 CFR
268.5 on a case-by-case basis.  Wastes regulated in the Third Third LDR Rule (i.e., wastes that fail the
17  As presented in Appendix E-4, four vendors provided data on their available commercial treatment capacity.
Envirogen, Inc. indicated that they have available capacity to treat 100 additional sites.  Alternative Remedial    <
Technologies, Inc. stated that they have sufficient capacity to immediately treat an additional two sites. ReTec
reported that they have available capacity for 100,000 to 150,000 tons/year of soil. Finally, Roy F. Weston reported
that they could immediately treat an additional 15,000 or so tons/year of contaminated soil.  Using an average
estimate of 28,000 tons of soil per site (see Appendix E-l), these data translate into several million tons of
contaminated soil per year or over 100 sites.

18  USEPA, Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions to Contaminated Media: Costs, Cost Savings,
and Economic Impacts (Draft), February 23, 1998, Chapter 2.

19 Note that this does not change the variance already provided to some soil contaminated with wood preserving
wastes covered by the  "Mini" Phase IV or Rule (62 FR 25998, May 12, 1997).  See Appendix E-7.

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 EP test) are not eligible for capacity variances because the extension provided in that rulemaking has
 already expired.

        In addition, EPA is establishing a new site-specific, risk-based variance for the technology-based
 alternative soil treatment standards. This variance can be used when treatment to concentrations of
 hazardous constituents that are greater (i.e., higher) than those specified in the alternative soil treatment
 standards is shown to minimize short- and long-term threats to human health and the environment. In
 this way, on a case-by-case basis, risk-based LDR treatment standards approved through a variance
 process could "cap" the technology-based treatment standards.
3.5     MIXED RADIOACTIVE TC METAL WASTES

        For previous LDR rulemakings, EPA received numerous comments and data concerning the
generation and treatment of mixed waste.  Based on these comments, EPA believes that DOE facilities
generate the vast majority of mixed waste. According to EPA's analysis for the Third Third rulemaking,
non-DOE mixed waste accounts for less than one percent of all mixed waste generated nationwide.20

        In response to the various Phase IV proposed rules, the Agency received data on mixed
radioactive wastes from only two commenters. The first commenter (Westinghouse Electric
Corporation) reported that 133,565  cubic meters of non-wastewater material (including D011) from the
Savannah River Site (Department of Energy (DOE) facility managed by Westinghouse) would be land
disposed.21 The second commenter (DOE) reported that approximately 41,350 cubic meters of non-
wastewater D011  mixed radioactive wastes are stored at DOE sites and that additional non-wastewater
D011 wastes are projected to be generated during the coming five years.22  Both commenters stated that,
in the future, they are planning to treat such streams using macroencapsulation, stabilization,
vitrification, or incineration technologies.  It is unclear what portion, if any, of these wastes are newly
identified.

        In today's rule, the Agency is promulgating treatment standards for mixed radioactive wastes at
the UTS levels. However, as discussed in  Chapter 2, the Agency recognizes the lack of available
treatment capacity for these wastes  and believes that any new commercial capacity that is available for
mixed radioactive wastes must be used for mixed wastes that were regulated in previous LDR
rulemakings and whose variances have already expired. Therefore,  the Agency is granting a two-year
national capacity variance for newly identified mixed radioactive TC metal wastes.
20 USEPA, Background Document for Third Third Wastes to Support 40 CFR Part 268 Land Disposal Restrictions,
Final Rule, Third Third Waste Volumes, Characteristics, and Required and Available Treatment Capacity, May
1990, Volume III, Appendix B, page 1.

21 Comment letter No. 14 in response to the Phase IV LDR Second Supplemental Proposed Rule (62 FR 26041,
May 12, 1997).

22 Comment letter No. 23 in response to the Phase IV LDR Second Supplemental Proposed Rule (62 FR 26041,
May 12, 1997).
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3.6     CAPACITY ANALYSIS

        For estimating the required treatment capacity for TC metal wastes, the Agency used data from
the BRS database (see Section 3.3) to determine that most of these wastes currently are managed in
compliance with RCRA Subtitle C requirements (but not necessarily with Phase IV LDRs), and thus the
wastes generally are either disposed in a Subtitle C permitted unit or treated to remove the hazardous
characteristic and then  disposed in Subtitle D units. EPA's economic analysis indicates that treatment
and Subtitle D disposal is less expensive than Subtitle C disposal without treatment, in most cases.23
Furthermore, as described in Chapter 2, the Agency has determined that technologies used to treat wastes
to the point of removing the hazardous characteristic can also be used to meet the UTS standards with
only minor modifications and/or optimization that can take place in less than 90 days. Thus, most TC
metal wastes are already meeting treatment standards or can do so soon.  Any newly identified (i.e., non-
EP) TC metal wastes can be readily addressed by the large quantity of available capacity discussed in
Chapter 2. This section provides a waste code-specific discussion of the TC metal wastes, including
soils, mixtures, UHCs,  and any unique features that could have a potential impact on the capacity
determination.24 Relevant comments and data submitted by the commenters in response to the ANPRM
(56 FR 55160, October 24, 1991), the original Phase IV LDR proposal for TC metal wastes (60 FR
43654, August 22, 1995), the  May 10,  1996 NODA (61 FR 21418), and the  second supplemental
proposed rule (62 FR 26041,  May 12, 1997) are also included  in this discussion.

        3.6.1   Arsenic (D004)

        As shown in Exhibits 3-5  and 3-6, approximately 2,300 to 2,900 tons of D004-only
nonwastewater wastes are surface disposed each year. In today's rule, EPA is promulgating LDRs for
these wastes. The treatment standard for D004 nonwastewaters is being  set to a UTS level of 5.0 mg/1
(Exhibit 3-7).  Therefore, there is no change in the treatment standard due to this rulemaking (i.e., the TC
level and the UTS level are the same).   Because the newly identified arsenic wastes likely are already
being treated to the TC levels to facilitate Subtitle D management of the  waste (see Section 3.3),
additional treatment  likely would only be required primarily for UHCs. One commenter, Chemical
Waste Management (CWM),  stated that some arsenic poses technical problems in achieving UTS levels
through stabilization technology, and that EPA should establish a high arsenic (> 200 ppm) subcategory.
However, the Agency conducted site visits to the commercial treatment facilities to assess the treatabiliry
of TC metals using stabilization and collected treatment performance data, which show that arsenic could
be treated to the proposed UTS levels using stabilization.25 Furthermore, data on the large amount of
available capacity and on the  small amount of time needed to optimize existing systems indicates that
treatment capacity is not an issue (see Chapter 2). Therefore, the Agency is making no changes to the
proposed UTS level or variance decision for arsenic wastes.
2j>  Research Triangle Institute, Regulatory Impact Analyses: Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions - TC
Organometallic Wastes, Preliminary Draft Report prepared for USEPA, December 1, 1997.

24  Note that the waste code-specific discussions in Sections 3.6.1 to 3.6.9 are relevant to wastes containing TC
metal-only, with little or no UHCs. Section 3.6.10 addresses TC metal-only wastes with UHCs.

25  Memoranda addressed to Anita Cummings from ICF: "Final Draft Trip  Report for Mill Services," dated
November 21, 1996; "Final Draft Trip Report for Rollins Highway 36 Facility," dated November 21, 1996; "Final
Draft Site Visit Report for the September 11th Site Visit to GNB Battery Technologies Located in Frisco, Texas,"
dated December 6, 1996.  These reports from site visits are available in the  docket for today's rule.

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                                                  EXHIBIT 3-7
TC METAL REGULATORY LEVELS AND FINAL UNIVERSAL TREATMENT STANDARDS (NONWASTEWATER)
                              (Calculated from HTMR and Stabilization Sample Sets)8
TC Metal
Arsenic (D004)
Barium (D005)
Cadmium (D006)
Chromium (Total) (D007)
Lead (D008)
Mercury Retort Residues (D009)
Mercury (D009-A1I Others)
Selenium (DO 10)
Silver (D011)
Antimony
Beryllium
Nickel
Thallium
Vanadiumd
Zincd
TC Level
(mg/1 TCLP)
5.0
100
1.0
5.0
5.0
0.20
0.20
1.0
5.0
-
—
—
—
~
-
Existing UTS
level
(mg/1 TCLP)
5.0
7.6
0.19
0.86
0.37
0.20
0.025
0.16
0.30
2.1
0.014
5.0
0.078
0.23
5.3
Proposed
UTS Level"
(mg/1 TCLP)
—
21
0.20
0.85
0.75
—
—
5.7
0.11
0.07C
0.02C
13.6
0.20
1.6
4.3
Final UTS
(mg/1 TCLP)
5.0
21
0.11
0.60
0.75
0.20
0.025
5.7
0.14
1.15
1.22
11
0.20
1.6
4.3
               " The universal treatment standard (UTS) being promulgated today were established by selecting the higher of the
               two treatment standards that were calculated from stabilized wastes and HTMR residues

               b 62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997.

               c The proposed UTS levels for antimony and beryllium were rounded up to the nearest 0.01 mg/1 TCLP.

               d Vanadium and zinc are not "underlying hazardous constituents" according to the definition at 40 CFR 268.2(1).
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        3.6.2   Barium (D005)

        As shown in Exhibits 3-5 and 3-6, approximately 1,600 to 2.300 tons/year of D005-only
nonwastewaters wastes are surface disposed.  Today, EPA is promulgating a UTS level of 21 mg/1 for
nonwastewater forms of D005, as proposed in the second supplemental proposed rule (62 FR 26041.
May 12, 1997). This value is about an 80 percent reduction in the existing treatment standard (i.e.. a TC
level of 100 mg/L TCLP), but is significantly higher than the proposed level of 7.6 mg/1.  No comments
were received that provided data on or otherwise discussed the treatment capacity for this TC metal
waste code. Therefore, because these wastes are already being treated to a large degree (see Section 3.3),
and any necessary additional treatment is expected to be readily available (as described in Chapter 2),
D005-only wastes do not appear to present any particular capacity problems.

        3.6.3   Cadmium (D006)

        Approximately 497,000 to 498,200 tons of D006-only nonwastewaters wastes are surface
disposed each year (Exhibits 3-5 and 3-6). In today's rule, EPA is promulgating a UTS level of 0.11
mg/1 for nonwastewater forms of D006. This is approximately a 90 percent reduction in the existing
treatment standard (i.e., a TC level of 1.0 mg/L TCLP).

        AFS and the TDJ Group, commenting to the original proposal, suggested that stabilization
technologies have not been shown to treat cadmium to the proposed UTS level. These commenters also
implied that waste streams containing cadmium along with other metal constituents present additional
treatment problems. TDJ Group stated that approximately 500,000 to 1,000,000 tons of D006-D008
wastes will be affected  by the proposed Phase IV rule, which is comparable to the approximately
580,700 to 983,100 tons of surface-disposed D006-D008 wastes that EPA estimated using the BRS
(taking into account that not all of these wastes will be affected, and that the upper-bound includes a
large one-time generation amount of inorganic lead solids).  Furthermore, these commenters, in addition
to others, suggested that HTMR is not commercially available for treatment and that stabilization is the
only commercially available treatment technology for many TC metal wastes. However, no data were
received in response to  the original Phase IV proposal (60 FR 43654, August 22, 1995) and the first
supplemental proposal (61 FR 2338, January 25, 1996) on the available treatment capacity for this TC
metal waste.

        In order to address commenters' concerns regarding the lack of stabilization data on TC metal
wastes, the Agency conducted site visits to commercial hazardous wastes treatment facilities and
collected additional stabilization treatment performance data that better characterized the diversity of
metal wastes.26 These waste streams contained multiple metals, which would be representative of a
characteristic waste with UHCs and significant concentrations of combination metals including: lead and
cadmium, barium and lead, and chromium and antimony. Based on the waste characteristics affecting
performance of the treatment technology, EPA believes that these wastes represent the most difficult to
treat wastes.  Therefore, the Agency believes that the performance data used to develop the UTS
proposed in the second  supplemental rule (62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997) adequately characterize the
26  Memoranda addressed to Anita Cummings from ICF: "Final Draft Trip Report for Mill Services," dated
November 21, 1996; "Final Draft Trip Report for Rollins Highway 36 Facility," dated November 21, 1996; "Final
Draft Site Visit Report for the September 11th Site Visit to GNB Battery Technologies Located in Frisco, Texas,"
dated December 6, 1996. These reports from site visits are available in the docket for today's rule.

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 diversity among metal-bearing wastes including wastes containing multiple metals. However, the
 Agency has identified a technical error in the BOAT determination of the proposed cadmium standard.
 (In applying the BOAT methodology for calculating the treatment standard, EPA failed to perform a "Z-
 score" outlier test.) The Agency corrected this error, re-calculated the cadmium treatment standard, and
 is promulgating the UTS for cadmium at 0.11 mg/1 TCLP. This standard is more stringent than the
 proposed standard.  Nevertheless, based on the treatment performance data reviewed and the available
 capacity (see Chapter 2), and given that these wastes are already being treated to a  large degree (see
 Section 3.3), the Agency believes that this new standard is readily achievable by commercial treatment
 technologies such as stabilization and HTMR. Therefore, D006-only wastes do not appear to present any
 particular capacity problems.

        3.6.4   Chromium (D007)

        As seen in Exhibits 3-5 and 3-6, approximately 5,800 to 316,600 tons/year of D007-only
 ndnwastewaters wastes are surface disposed.  Today, the Agency is promulgating a UTS level of 0.60
 mg/1 for nonwastewater forms of D007 wastes. This standard is approximately 90 percent lower than the
 existing treatment standard of 5.0 mg/1 TCLP. (See Exhibit 3-7.)

        AFS suggested that the originally proposed UTS (0.86 mg/1) for chromium would be difficult to
 achieve for chromium TC wastes (D007) in foundry sands.  AFS suggested that the record was not
 sufficient to address known interferences with stabilization technologies. However, no data were
 submitted to support or refute this.  Additionally, no comments were received specifically on
 stabilization or other treatment capacity for D007 wastes.

        In order to address commenters' concerns regarding the lack of stabilization data on TC  metal
 wastes, the Agency conducted site visits to commercial hazardous wastes treatment facilities and
 collected additional stabilization treatment performance data that better characterized the diversity of
 metal wastes.27  These waste streams contained multiple metals which would be representative of a
 characteristic waste with UHCs and significant concentrations of combination metals including:  lead and
 cadmium, barium and lead, and chromium and antimony. Based on the waste characteristics that affect
 the performance (WCAPS) of the treatment technology, EPA believes that these wastes represent the
 most difficult to treat wastes. Therefore, the Agency believes that the performance data used to develop
the UTS proposed in the second supplemental rule (62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997) adequately characterize
the diversity among metal-bearing wastes  including wastes containing multiple metals. However, the
Agency has identified a technical error in the BOAT determination of the proposed chromium  standard.
 (In applying the BOAT methodology for calculating the treatment standard, EPA failed to perform a "Z-
 score" outlier test.) The Agency corrected this error, re-calculated the chromium treatment standard, and
 is promulgating the UTS for chromium at  0.60 mg/1 TCLP.  This standard is more stringent than the
proposed standard. Nevertheless, based on the treatment performance data described above, and given
the availability of commercial treatment technologies such as stabilization and HTMR (see Chapter 2),
D007-only wastes do not appear to present any particular capacity problems.
27  Memoranda addressed to Anita Cummings from ICF: "Final Draft Trip Report for Mill Services," dated
November 21, 1996; "Final Draft Trip Report for Rollins Highway 36 Facility," dated November 21, 1996; "Final
Draft Site Visit Report for the September 11th Site Visit to GNB Battery Technologies Located in Frisco, Texas,"
dated December 6, 1996. These reports from site visits are available in the docket for today's rule.

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        3.6.5   Lead (D008)

        Approximately 77,900 to 168,300 tons of D008-only nonwastewater wastes are surface disposed
each year. In today's rule, the Agency is promulgating a UTS of 0.75 mg/1 for nonwastewaters of D008
wastes. This is a reduction of approximately 85 percent from the existing treatment standard of 5.0 mg/1
TCLP, and is approximately two times higher than the treatment standard of 0.37 mg/1 proposed in the
original proposal (60 FR 43654, August, 22,  1995). (See Exhibit 3-7.)

        In response to the original proposal, numerous persuasive comments on the proposed
nonwastewater standard of 0.37 mg/1 were received. As a result, the Agency in the.Phase IV second
supplemental proposed  to change the D008 nonwastewater standard to 0.75 mg/1 TCLP based on new
BOAT stabilization data collected by the Agency (62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997). The Agency felt that
these data better reflected the diversity of metal waste streams and their treatment.

        Numerous commenters concurred with the Agency's re-proposal.28 However, other commenters,
specifically those  representing the various sectors of the secondary lead industry, argued that the
proposed treatment standard for lead was not achievable. In particular, comments from BCI and the
ABR argued that the new data developed by their association showed that no facility in the secondary
lead industry could meet EPA's proposed treatment standard for lead.  However, commenters failed to
provide reliable and convincing data or information to persuade the Agency that stabilization cannot
meet the re-proposed treatment standard of 0.75 mg/1 TCLP for lead slags.  Therefore, the Agency is
today promulgating a treatment standard of 0.75 mg/1 TCLP for D008 nonwastewaters.

        These data on D008 wastes confirm EPA's assumption that the rule would  primarily only require
some modification to existing stabilization "formulations" to meet UTS. Given the little time such
modifications would take and given the available capacity for D008 wastes (see Chapter 2), the Agency
has determined that a capacity variance is not needed.

        Foundry Sands  Waste

        AFS estimated that approximately 410,000 tons of D008 foundry sands are generated each year,
and has stated that foundry metallic waste constituents and concentrations are highly variable.  AFS also
believes that the foundry sand and the emission control dust contain a significant amount of non-metallic
constituents that differentiate foundry waste from K.061  wastes, which EPA had used to establish high
temperature metal recovery (HTMR) as the BDAT for some of the wastes.  AFS believes that foundry
sand differs from K.061  in ways that precludes them from being treated similarly. These differences
include: (1) K.061 typically has a much higher concentration of recoverable heavy  metals (primarily
zinc); and (2) K061 does not have an extremely high sand content in its waste matrix. Emission control
dust from foundries also differs from K061 because K061 typically has a much higher overall
concentration of recoverable heavy metals (primarily zinc).  Because of these critical differences, AFS
does not believe that HTMR is available or practical for foundry wastes.

        The Agency received additional  data from several commenters in response to the original
proposed rule.  Based on these data the EPA believes that the potentially affected TC metal universe is
28  62 FT? 26041, May 12, 1997.
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 limited to certain lead-bearing D008 hazardous wastes. The Agency estimates that there are 761 non-
 ferrous foundries that generate approximately 300,000.tons of hazardous foundry sands, and 9 firms
 owning 15 secondary lead smelters that generate approximately 198,000 tons of hazardous slags.

        Data submitted by the foundry industry shows that the originally proposed UTS level for lead
 (0.37 mg/1) was achieved through stabilization, even when the treatment system (stabilization) was
 designed only to target the TC level and not the proposed UTS level. Several commercial treaters stated
 that stabilization can readily achieve the lead standards for foundry sands.  These facts seem to indicate
 that foundry sands can be treated to the proposed treatment standards using stabilization and, thus,
 meeting the higher re-proposed UTS of 0.75 mg/1 will be even less of a problem.

        TC Lead Battery Slag

        The Association of Battery Recyclers (ABR) and Battery Council International (BCI) estimates
 that the amount of lead slag requiring treatment is approximately 250,000 tons per year and ABR states
 that an estimated 260,000 tons per year of D008 slag will require treatment.

        EPA also received comments that provided treatability data from the Environmental Technology
 Council (ETC) in response to the May 10, 1996 Notice of Data Availability (NODA) for the LDR Phase
 IV proposed rule. The data demonstrated that lead battery slags and sludges can be treated by
 stabilization to the UTS for lead and the underlying hazardous constituents (UHCs).

        ETC's data for lead shows that out of 36 samples of stabilized slag, 29 (80.6%) achieved a TCLP
 result below the originally proposed UTS for lead of 0.37 mg/1. In all cases the treatment objective was
 to reduce leachability to below characteristic level, since UTS levels were not applicable at the time.
 Nevertheless, not only did the stabilization meet the characteristic levels for these samples, it also met
 the proposed UTS levels for all arsenic, barium, and nickel values. Eight of the nine (88.9%) cadmium
 values and six of the seven (85.7%) selenium values also met the proposed UTS of 0.37 mg/1. Based on
 these treatability data, ETC believes there can be  no doubt regarding the ability to meet the UTS for this
 slag. Hence, it is unlikely that there will be any capacity shortfalls for TC metal wastes affected by
 today's rule once stabilization "formulations" are optimized to meet UTS.

       3.6.6    Mercury (D009)

       As  seen in Exhibits 3-5 and 3-6, approximately 2,400 to 216,200 tons of D009-only
 nonwastewater wastes are surface disposed each year.  EPA is promulgating a UTS level of 0.20 mg/1 for
the nonwastewater mercury retort residue subcategory and 0.025 mg/1 for all other nonwastewater forms
of D009. The UTS for mercury is based on  the mercury standard developed from K071 waste treatment
 data.  Mercury Recovery Services (MRS) provided data (see Appendix F) to  show that the proposed
UTS levels can be achieved and noted that MRS has the capability to provide mobile treatment units for
treating  mercury contaminated wastes.  No other specific comments were received that would affect
EPA's estimate of the required or available alternative treatment capacity for D009-only waste.
Furthermore, as seen  in Chapter 2, sufficient quantities of other treatment capacity are available for these
wastes. Therefore, D009-only wastes do not appear to present any particular capacity problems.
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       3.6.7   Selenium (D010)

       Approximately 8 to 84 tons/year of DOlO-only nonwastewater wastes are surface disposed. The
Agency is promulgating today a UTS of 5.7 mg/1 for nonwastewater forms of D010, which is
significantly greater than the TC level of 1.0 mg/1.

       In response to the original proposed rule (60 FR 43654, August 22, 1995), CWM and Rollins
Environmental both submitted comments highlighting their inability to stabilize nonwastewater forms of
DO 10 selenium-containing incineration ashes in the presence of other metals. These commenters stated
that the proposed 0.16 mg/1 TCLP for nonwastewater forms of DO 10 wastes was  not routinely achievable
utilizing "best operating practices". They also discussed selenium's unique pH/solubility curve, which is
significantly different from other characteristic metals. Specifically, selenium's  minimum solubility is at
a neutral to mildly acidic pH, while it is highly soluble in the basic pH range. The other characteristic
metals have a minimum solubility in the basic pH range, while their solubility increases in the neutral
and acidic pH's. These commenters believe that this difference in solubilities creates a problem for
treating wastes with a mixture of characteristic metals that includes selenium. In light of these different
pH/solubility curves for selenium and other characteristic metals, CWM and Rollins believe that the
treatment standard for selenium should be changed to make it more consistent with what is routinely
achievable. Further, these commenters have provided treatment data on the stabilization of incineration
ashes and soils to support their claims regarding the enhanced mobility of selenium under normal
alkaline stabilization practices.

       Based on these  comments, the Agency revised and re-proposed a UTS of 5.7 mg/1 in the Phase
IV Second Supplemental (62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997). The majority of commenters supported the
Agency's proposal  and  urged the Agency to adopt the 5.7 mg/1 TCLP level.  However, one commenter
(Waste Management) maintains that the Agency should establish a "High Selenium Greater Than 200
ppm" subcategory for nonwastewaters, with a corresponding treatment standard of 10  mg/L TCLP. The
commenter cited technical  problems in achieving the proposed treatment standard level for highly
contaminated selenium  wastes. The commenter provided treatability testing data from a selenium waste
stream which showed that 16 different treatment recipes were tested prior to finding one that would treat
a selenium waste to below  5.7 mg/L TCLP. Data from three other generators of  selenium waste suggest
that untreated waste of between 465 and 1,064 mg/L set for selenium can be treated to between 2.5 and
45.6 mg/L TCLP.

       When examined together, the data suggest, and commenters concur, that for the majority of
selenium wastes the proposed selenium nonwastewater standard of 5.7 mg/1 is appropriate. Therefore,
the Agency is promulgating a treatment standard of 5.7 mg/1 for nonwastewaters containing selenium.
Notwithstanding this new treatment standard, however, the Agency acknowledges that a few high-level
selenium waste streams for which data were submitted to EPA will, for the most  part, be unable to be
treated to achieve the 5.7 mg/1 TCLP standard. Therefore, in a companion piece  to today's rule, the
Agency is requesting comment on a proposal to grant a site-specific treatability variance for one
commenter (Waste Management) for the treatment of three DO 10 wastes containing greater than 450
ppm TCLP of selenium. Additional information on this issue can be found in a separate notice published
in today's Federal Register.
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        Regarding capacity, the Agency believes that based on its analysis and comments received from
 the public, the new treatment standard for selenium of 5.7 mg/L TCLP is readily achievable by
 commercial treatment technologies and that adequate available treatment capacity exists for these wastes
 (see Chapter 2). Therefore, other than for the potentially unique waste streams discussed above, DO 10-
 only wastes do not appear to present any capacity problems.

        3.6.8   Silver (D011)

        Approximately 83 to  1,800 tons/year of D011-only nonwastewater wastes are surface disposed.
 Today, the Agency is promulgating the treatment standard for silver at 0.14 mg/1 for nonwastewater
 forms of D011. This is approximately a 97 percent reduction in the existing treatment standard (i.e., 5
 mg/1 TCLP).

        Several commenters (National Mining Association, Silver Council, DuPont Engineering,
 Chemical Manufacturers Association, Specialty Steel Industry of North America, and Kodak, among
 others) stated that the current silver LDR standard already minimizes threats to human health and the
 environment and, therefore, it should not be lowered.  Specifically, the Silver Council and Kodak noted
 that silver was included in the TC list of metals solely based on the maximum contaminant level (MCL)
 for silver under the Safe Drinking Water Act, and because the Agency deleted the silver MCL (56 FR
 3573) and is further considering deleting silver from the TC list, any new standards for silver should be
 withheld until the Office of Solid Waste has completed its current  review of silver's inclusion on the TC
 list.

        In response to the Phase IV LDR proposed rules, the Agency did not receive specific treatment
 capacity data on DO 11 wastes. Based on the capacity analysis conducted by the Agency (see Chapter 2),
 adequate treatment capacity exists for these wastes. Therefore, DO 11-only wastes do not appear to pose
 any capacity problems.

        3.6.9   TC Metal-only Mixtures

        As seen in Exhibits 3-5 and 3-6, between approximately 70,000 and 105,000 tons of TC metal-
 only nonwastewater mixtures are land disposed, which represents about 8 percent of the upper-bound
 estimate and 11 percent of the lower-bound estimate of total surface-disposed TC meta-only wastes,
 respectively.  As stated in Section 3.3, the quantity of Phase IV TC metal waste that might require
 alternative treatment is likely below the lower-bound estimate.  Furthermore, the quantity that is eligible
 for a capacity variance (i.e., the newly identified waste) is expected to be even smaller.  Thus, mixtures
 that are discussed in Section 3.3 as possibly resulting in treatment difficulties (but not necessarily
 capacity problems) and that are also eligible for a capacity variance likely will be less than 70,000 tons.
Nevertheless, as discussed below, several combinations of potentially problematic mixtures were
 identified that are routinely generated in a number of different industries.

        AFS submitted comments relating to foundry sands that contain up to 5 to 6 percent lead in
 addition to cadmium, chromium, and selenium. ABR submitted comments regarding secondary lead
 smelters that generate a slag containing lead and other metals from the recycling of batteries. Mixtures
with combinations of constituents that include arsenic, selenium, chromium, and  cadmium probably have
the greatest potential to affect capacity based on the fact that C WM and Rollins have found mixed waste
 streams with these constituents difficult to treat. However, ETC has been successful treating mixtures
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specific stabilization "formulations" are developed to meet UTS. The Agency contacted several
commercial treatment facilities to collect data to estimate the time required to comply with the proposed
treatment standards (see Section 2.1). Based on the information collected from these facilities, EPA
believes that the necessary changes to the treatment systems to comply with the proposed treatment
standards could be made in a relatively short amount of time (less than 90 days).  Therefore, the Agency
does not anticipate any capacity problems for wastes containing TC metal mixtures.

       3.6.10  Underlying Hazardous Constituents (UHCs)

       Two general categories of TC metal wastes with UHCs may require alternative treatment as a
result of Phase IV: TC metal wastes with metal UHCs and TC metal wastes with organic UHCs.  The
first type of waste is virtually indistinguishable from the wastes discussed previously, especially those in
Section 3.6.9, and thus are not addressed further here.  The second type, organometallic TC metal-only
wastes, are potentially more problematic because of the additional treatment that sometimes is needed.
EPA estimates that approximately 32,441 tons (29,197 metric tons) of organometallic wastes are
generated every year.29 This estimate is within the range of 8,820 tons/year and 51,812 tons/year, which
was obtained by summing the lower- and upper-bound estimates for all surface-disposed organic TC
metal wastes (see Exhibits 3-5 and 3-6). As discussed in Section 3.3, the Agency believes that most of
these wastes are  being stabilized to  treat metals and other inorganic constituents and then disposed in
Subtitle D units. EPA assumes that new waste management practices, as a result of the Phase IV rule,
will involve thermal treatment of the wastes to remove the organics, followed by stabilization and
subsequent Subtitle D disposal.  Not all of the organometallic TC metal wastes will require such
additional treatment because of Phase IV, however, because the organic constituents likely already are
causing treaters to conduct thermal  or other treatment prior to stabilization due to the problems that
organics can have on the stabilization process.

       Nevertheless, several commenters expressed concern regarding the treatability of all UHCs in  TC
metal wastes. The TDJ Group noted that it  is not clear whether the Agency fully considered the
feasibility of achieving the UTS for all UHCs and, in addition, whether such requirements would be a
prudent use of waste management resources. The Association of Battery Recyclers stated that the UHCs
in the lead battery slag cannot be treated to the proposed UTS using the stabilization technology.
However, no data were submitted to support these comments.

       Some commenters had stated that the presence of organic UHCs interfere with the stabilization
process and, therefore, the TC metals in these wastes could not be treated to the proposed treatment
standards. As discussed above, EPA believes that such interference already is being addressed, at least to
some extent. One commenter, CWM, stated that new RCRA Subpart CC rules (i.e., for organic air
emissions at treatment facilities) have to be met when considering the treatment of TC metal wastes with
organic UHCs.

       However, the Agency notes that facilities that would be conducting such treatment already would
be meeting such  requirements. The Agency contacted several commercial treatment facilities to obtain
information on the treatability of TC metal wastes with organic UHCs (see Section 2.1).  Several
29 USEPA, Regulatory Impact Analyses: Phase IVLand Disposal Restrictions - TC Organometallic Wastes
(Preliminary Draft Report), December 1, 1997, Figures 1 and 2.
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 facilities indicated that organic UHCs can be readily treated to the UTS. For example, a representative
 of one CWM facility stated that 75 percent of the wastes managed by CWM are already incinerated to
 meet the organic LDRs prior to metals treatment.  The Agency also notes that, as discussed in Chapter 2,
 approximately 981,500 tons/year of combustion capacity is available. This capacity can be utilized for
 any organometallic wastes that still require pretreatment by combustion to meet Phase IV LDRs.  In
 addition, as discussed in Section 3.4, other types of thermal treatment (e.g., thermal desorption) may be
 used for pretreatment of organometallic wastes.

        In summary, the Agency believes that TC metal wastes containing organic UHCs are amenable
 to thermal treatment prior to stabilization, and since adequate thermal treatment (and probably some  .
 stabilization and other technologies) capacity is available for organics, treatment of TC metal wastes
 containing organic UHCs are expected to pose few problems in terms of capacity (except, perhaps, for
 relatively minor logistics and timing issues).
3.7     SUMMARY OF RESULTS

        As discussed above, EPA estimates that approximately 0.7 to 1.3 million tons (0.64 to 1.2 million
metric tons) of TC metal wastes are surface disposed per year. Because many of these wastes are
believed to already be meeting the new treatment standards, or will otherwise undergo waste segregation
and minimization prior to the LDRs, a much smaller quantity likely would require alternative treatment
as a result of promulgation of today's rule. Furthermore, approximately 260,000 tons/year30 of these
wastes are newly identified TC metal wastes (i.e., wastes that are not or would not be hazardous using
the EP), while the remainder are EP hazardous TC metal wastes. As discussed in Sections 3.3, 3.4, and
3.6, both types of waste are expected to primarily only require optimization of existing stabilization
formulations and systems. For example, the majority  of the newly identified TC metal wastes are
currently being treated to TC levels because it is generally more economical to treat the TC metal wastes
to TC levels and dispose the waste in  Subtitle D landfills rather than to manage the waste untreated in
Subtitle C landfills.  Such treatment already meets, or substantially meets, the new treatment standards.
Also, for arsenic and mercury, the UTS are equivalent to the TC levels and therefore will require no
changes in treatment capacity (except to the extent treatment system optimization is needed to meet UTS
for UHCs). Nevertheless,  for any newly identified wastes that are currently being  land disposed without
treatment or for any new treatment residues resulting from thermal treatment of TC metal wastes
containing organic UHCs,  as noted in Chapter 2, at least several million tons/year of commercial
stabilization and other capacity is available. Based on these results, the Agency is not granting a national
capacity variance for the newly identified TC metal wastes, including soil and debris, covered by today's
rule (beyond the 90 days allowed prior to the effective date of rule).

        Regarding the EP hazardous TC metal wastes (i.e., the TC metal wastes that are not newly
identified), the Agency examined data provided by commenters and obtained during  site visits to
commercial treatment facilities (as discussed in Chapter 2), and believes that the proposed treatment
standards are routinely achievable using current treatment technologies such as stabilization.  Also, some
30  Based on data (primarily lead slag) provided by the commenters in response to the original proposed rule. No
data were provided on other newly identified TC metal wastes, and their quantities are assumed to be much lower.


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capacity for vitrification and HTMR also exists to treat the otherwise difficult-to-treat TC metal wastes,
and sufficient combustion capacity exists to pre-treat TC metal wastes that contain organic UHCs (see
Chapter 2).  In addition, the majority of the TC metal wastes are already being treated to the TC and. to a
large extent, UTS levels. Thus, very little time is needed for treaters to implement modifications (e.g.,
developing new waste-specific stabilization formulations) to their treatment systems.

        As discussed in Section 3.5, the Agency recognizes the lack of available capacity for mixed
radioactive TC metal wastes, including soil and debris, and thus is granting a two-year national capacity
variance.

        The Agency notes that if generators of newly identified wastes (i.e., wastes that do not fail the EP
test, and. consequently, were not part of the Third Third LDR Rule) cannot obtain adequate treatment for
specific wastes, then the generators of these wastes may apply for a capacity variance extension per 40
CFR 268.5 on a case-by-case basis. Wastes regulated in the Third Third LDR Rule (i.e., wastes that fail
the EP test) are not eligible for capacity variances because the extension provided in that rulemaking has
already expired. Furthermore, if treaters of TC metal wastes (i.e., newly identified wastes as well as
those wastes regulated in the Third Third Rule) have difficulties in  treating specific wastes, the treaters
may apply for a treatability variance under 40 CFR 268.44.  Finally, for contaminated soil, a new site-
specific, risk-based  variance for the technology-based alternative soil treatment standards. This variance
can be used when treatment to concentrations of hazardous constituents that are greater (i.e., higher) than
those specified in the alternative soil treatment standards is shown to minimize short- and long-term
threats to human health and the environment. In this way, on a case-by-case basis, risk-based LDR
treatment standards approved through a variance process could "cap" the technology-based treatment
standards.
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                                         CHAPTER 4
  CAPACITY ANALYSIS FOR THE NEWLY IDENTIFIED MINERAL PROCESSING WASTES
        This chapter describes the capacity analysis for the newly identified mineral processing wastes
 covered by today's Phase IV LDR Final Rule. The purpose of this analysis is to estimate the demand for
 commercial treatment/recovery for the newly identified mineral processing wastes and to determine the
 effective date of the Phase IV LDRs for these waste streams. This chapter is organized into the
 following six sections:

        •       Section 4.1: Regulatory Background, provides the regulatory background and
               identifies the universe of mineral processing wastes covered by this rule;

        •       Section 4.2: Data Sources, describes the data sources used for the capacity analysis;

        •       Section 4.3: Methodology and Assumptions, discusses the analysis of required
               capacity for the newly identified mineral processing wastes;

        •       Section 4.4: Soil and Debris Contaminated with Newly Identified Mineral
               Processing Wastes, discusses soil and debris contaminated with newly identified
               mineral processing wastes;

        •       Section 4.5: Mixed RCRA/Radioactive Wastes, addresses mixed radioactive mineral
               processing wastes; and

        •       Section 4.6: Summary of Results, summarizes the results of the capacity analysis and
               provides a discussion of the capacity variance decisions.
4.1    REGULATORY BACKGROUND

       Under section 8002 of the 1980 Amendments to RCRA, commonly referred to as the Bevill
Amendment, wastes from extraction, beneficiation, and mineral processing operations were excluded
from regulation as hazardous wastes under Subtitle C pending further study.  Mineral processing wastes
were considered unique by Congress because they are often generated in large volumes and thought to be
of low hazard and less amenable to standard treatment technologies than other Subtitle C wastes. The
Bevill Amendment required the Agency to present its findings in a Report to Congress and to issue a
regulatory determination based on this study.

       In order to comply with the Bevill Amendment, EPA decided to conduct two separate studies.
The first study addressed wastes from extraction and beneficiation operations. The Agency completed
its study on extraction and beneficiation wastes in 1985 and issued a regulatory determination in 1986
removing these wastes from Subtitle C regulation. The second study addressed the mineral processing
wastes. Several Court challenges to EPA's regulatory approach delayed completion of the mineral
processing study and limited the study to high-volume, low-hazard wastes referred to as "special wastes".

       The Agency established the criteria for what constitutes a "special waste" in a September 1, 1989
rulemaking (54 FR 36592) and permanently removed all but 25 mineral processing wastes from the


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 Bevill exclusion.  Five more wastes were removed from the exclusion in a second rulemaking
 promulgated on January 23, 1990 (55 FR 2322).  All waste streams removed from the Bevill exclusion
 (i.e., "de-Bevilled" wastes) and subsequently found to exhibit any of the RCRA hazardous characteristics
 (e.g., corrosivity,  ignitability, reactivity, ortoxicity) became subject to RCRA Subtitle C requirements.

         In addition to the above wastes, five wastes (K064-K066, K090-K091) generated from primary
 metal smelters were listed as hazardous wastes on May 19, 1980 (45 FR 33112) and on July 16, 1980 (45
 FR 47832).' EPA suspended the listings for these smelter wastes on November 12, 1980 (45 FR 76618)
 and on January 16, 1981, because these wastes appeared to be within the scope of the Bevill exclusion.-1
 During  1984, several environmental organizations challenged EPA's failure to comply with the terms of
 the Bevill Amendment. [Concerned Citizens of Adamstown v. EPA, Civ. No. 84-3041 (D.D.C.)] As a
 result, the court ordered EPA to take action on a planned rulemaking reinterpreting the scope of the
 mining waste exclusion. Under court order, EPA proposed to narrow the scope of the exclusion by
 relisting the five metal smelting wastes, among other things (50 FR 40292, October 2, 1985). On
 October 9, 1986, however, the Agency announced that it was withdrawing its reinterpretation due to
 definitional problems EPA faced in determining how to group and classify the wastes (51 FR 36233).
 This withdrawal of the proposed reinterpretation effectively continued the suspension of the five smelter
 waste listings. This action was also challenged by environmental organizations [EOF v. EPA, No.  86-
 1584 (D.C. Cir.)]. The Court directed EPA to relist the smelter wastes by August 31, 1988.  Therefore,
 EPA reinstated the hazardous waste listings for these five wastes associated with smelting operations.
 The relisting was subsequently challenged by the American Mining Congress on the grounds that EPA
 failed to give an adequate reasoned explanation for its decision to relist the wastes [AMC et al. v. U.S.
 EPA, Nos. 88-1835 et al. (D.C. Cir.)].  During July 1990, the court remanded the five smelting wastes- for
 further consideration  and explanation by the Agency with respect to the  basis for the relisting.

         In today's rulemaking, the Agency is not going to re-list the five wastes (K064-K066, K090-
 K091) generated from primary metal smelters as hazardous. The Agency will, instead, regulate these
 wastes according to their hazardous characteristics. Thus, the regulatory status of these wastes does not
 differ from the "de-Bevilled" wastes and, therefore, these wastes are included in the present capacity
 analysis.

         In various Phase IV LDR proposed rules (61 FR 2338, January 25, 1996; 61 FR 21418, May 10,
 1996; 62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997), EPA proposed to apply the UTS to the newly identified mineral
 processing wastes (i.e., "de-Bevilled" wastes).  Today's rule establishes  treatment standards for these
 mineral processing wastes.
 1 A total of eight waste streams generated from metal smelting operations were listed. In 1985, however, EPA
 determined that K067 and K068 do not meet the current definitions of solid waste; therefore, these wastes are no
 longer listed (50 FR 40296, October 2, 1985).  In addition, K088, which was relisted in 1988 and not affected by the
 court ruling, was addressed in the Phase III rule (60 FR 11701, March 2, 1995).

 2 On October 21, 1980, Congress enacted a law that included various amendments to RCRA.  Section 7 of these
 amendments (the "Bevill Amendment") amended §3001 of RCRA to exclude "solid waste from the extraction,
 beneficiation, and processing of ores and minerals" from regulation as hazardous wastes under Subtitle C of RCRA
 pending the completion of studies of these wastes to determine what adverse effects they had on human health and
. the environment, if any.
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        Finally, as discussed previously in Section 3.1, the Land Disposal Program Flexibility Act of
 1996 (LDPFA) provides an exemption from treatment of UHCs to UTS for land-disposed hazardous
 characteristic wastes if the wastes are decharacterized and managed by Clean Water Act (CWA) or
 equivalent systems. The hazardous waste characteristic can be removed by any means, including
 dilution or other deactivation through aggregation of different waste streams preceding land disposal.
 Thus, newly identified mineral processing wastes that are managed in CWA or equivalent systems,
 which constitute practically all of the characteristic wastewaters (as determined during the Phase III LDR
 capacity analysis;  61 FR 15565, April 8, 1996) only have to meet characteristic levels prior to land
 disposal, a practice already required by RCRA Subtitle C permitting requirements (40 CFR Parts 264 and
 265).
 4.2     DATA SOURCES

        EPA has collected considerable information on the mineral processing industry, including data
 on waste volumes generated, waste characteristics, and waste management practices. These data
 collection efforts have included formal and informal surveys, site visits, sampling, literature searches,
 and analyses of public comments to proposed rulemakings. As a result of these data collection efforts,
 the Agency has developed a large body of data on mineral processing industry wastes and management
 practices.3  The following sections describe the primary data sources used to develop the mineral
 processing capacity data set, which was used to perform the capacity analysis.

        4.2.1   ANPRM Comments

        EPA received eleven comments to the October 24, 1991 Advanced Notice of Proposed
 Rulemaking (ANPRM) (56 FR 55160) from trade associations and mineral producers relevant to de-
 Bevilled mineral processing wastes. Their comments addressed such issues as treatment standards,
 waste characteristics, management practices, and available and required capacity. EPA used the
 characterization data provided to supplement the characterization information the Agency already had on
 these wastes. The pertinent information on available and required capacity and waste management are
 discussed in the applicable sections below.

        4.2.2   National Survey of Solid Waste from Mineral Processing Facilities (RTI Survey)

        In February 1989, EPA administered a written questionnaire to the operators of all facilities that,
 to the Agency's knowledge, generated one or more of the ore and mineral processing waste streams that
 the Agency was considering retaining within the Bevill exclusion at that time. This survey, known as the
 RTI Survey (for Research Triangle Institute, who conducted the survey), included approximately 300
 questions, and was distributed to the operators of about 200 mineral processing facilities.  Despite certain
 limitations  (described  below), the RTI Survey represents the single most comprehensive source of
 available data on mineral processing waste generation and management.
3  For additional information, see USEPA's Identification and Description of Mineral Processing Commodity
Sectors and Waste Streams - Interim Final Document, Office of Solid Waste, March 15, 1995.

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        It should be noted that the RTI Survey was designed and conducted before the regulatory
definition of "special waste" was finalized, and only a high volume criterion was used as a basis for
inclusion. Forty-two of the wastes included in the RTI Survey have since been removed from the Bevill
exclusion, and are expected to be hazardous. The Survey, however, did not include many low-volume
mineral processing waste streams which comprise a significant proportion of the potentially hazardous
wastes and which could be important for the capacity analysis. Available information on these waste
streams is much less complete.  For these wastes, EPA generally does not have recent facility-specific
data on waste quantities generated.

        The RTI Survey was designed to elicit information on operational characteristics of individual
facilities, on sources and quantities of wastes, and on current and alternative waste management
practices.  Several questions requested data on waste characteristics. In each of these questions, respon-
dents were given a list of 82 constituents and asked to report the average total concentration of up to 15
of the constituents for each waste stream (defined by the processing unit from which  the waste stream
was generated). Respondents were allowed to base their answers either on test results or on general
knowledge of the stream in question and were not required to conduct additional testing or to document
the  basis for their answer.  The RTI Survey consisted of nine sections, of which four  sections had
questions pertaining to waste characteristics. These four sections are described below:

        •       Section 2 - Processing units that generate a special waste. The questions in Section 2 of
               the RTI Survey focused on individual units in the production process. Facilities were
               required to complete a Section 2 question set for each special waste generated. The RTI
               Survey specifically requested information about 47 special wastes, although some
               facilities provided information about additional wastes not specifically identified in the
               Survey. Pertinent questions requested the name of the waste stream, the name of the
               processing unit generating that waste, and the characteristics of that waste  stream.

        •       Section 3 - Processing units that receive a special waste. Section 3 asked questions
               about on-site operating units that utilized one or more special wastes as feedstocks, and
               produced final or intermediate products (i.e., materials of value).  Section 3 asked
               respondents to identify the processing unit and as many as eight of the material inputs
               (special waste or not) to the unit and to list any (up to six) residues generated by the
               processing unit. The names of residues listed  in actual survey responses varied by
               facility. Even facilities in the same industry sector with similar operations may have  had
               widely differing residues due to differences in nomenclature and in interpretation of the
               particular question, making it difficult to identify similar waste streams. Questions in
               Section 3 asked for the composition of "the liquid residue" and "the solid residue"
               generated by the unit, but the responses often could not be traced to a precise waste
               stream.

        •       Section 4 - Wastewater treatment plants that receive a special waste.  Pertinent questions
               in Section 4 asked facilities to identify the wastewater treatment plant in question, list up
               to ten inflows to the plant (special waste or not), and give characteristics of the "liquid
               outflows" and of the "sludge/solid outflows".
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        •       Section 5 - Surface impoundments that receive a special waste.  The format of Section 5
                is similar to Section 4. Facilities were asked to identify the surface impoundment, list
                inflows (special waste or not), and provide characteristics of "liquids removed from the
                surface impoundment" and "sludge/solids removed from the surface impoundment." In
                many cases the inflow information indicated that special wastes were combined with
                other wastes (sometimes other special wastes), making it difficult to categorize the data
                as applying to an individual special waste stream.  In addition, it was often difficult to
                ascertain whether the surface impoundment functioned as a holding pond for untreated
                wastes, a holding pond for treated wastes, or a treatment pond. Again, variations from
                facility to facility made it difficult to draw general conclusions about the inputs and
                outputs of these units.

        4.2.3    Comments on Bevill Rules

        EPA proposed, re-proposed, and promulgated several rules related to the 1980 Bevill
Amendment. These regulatory actions defined the scope of the Bevill exemption and ultimately
determined which waste streams would become subject to Subtitle C regulation. In response to the
various proposals and specific requests for information on waste generation and  management, public
commenters submitted data for specific waste streams for the Agency's use in developing final regulatory
actions. For some sectors, these data are the only available information on waste generation used for the
present capacity analysis.

        4.2.4   EPA Sampling Data

        EPA's Offices of Solid Waste (OSW) and Research and Development (ORD) both conducted
sampling and analysis efforts.  EPA Sampling Data includes analytical data on samples obtained and
analyzed by EPA in 1989.

        OSW sampled 36 mineral processing facilities in 16 industry sectors as part of its effort to define
the scope of the Bevill exclusion. Samples were collected for 42 waste streams at the point of waste
generation  from  at least two facilities in each sector (except for waste types that were only generated by a
single facility). In general, the wastes also were sampled as managed (e.g., after treatment or disposal).
Each sample was analyzed using the extraction procedure (EP) and the synthetic precipitation leaching
procedure (SPLP)4 tests and also analyzed for total concentration.  In some cases, wastes were analyzed
for various organics, pH, and radioactivity.

        ORD collected data to support a series of reports  characterizing waste streams and facilities in
eight industry sectors. The types of data compiled from this effort varied with the individual report, but
in most cases they were similar to that collected by OSW.

        4.2.5    RCRA §3007 Data (1989)

        In  1989, EPA issued a formal request, under  authority of RCRA §3007, requesting all mineral
processing  facilities to submit any currently available information  on the characteristics of the special
4  The Synthetic Precipitation Leaching Procedure (SPLP, Method 1312) is the basis of one of two low hazard
criteria used to screen waste eligibility under the Bevill exclusion. The second criterion is pH.

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mineral processing wastes generated at the facility. EPA requested these data as part of an effort to
augment existing EPA waste characterization data and to give the facilities affected by the Mining Waste
exclusion an opportunity for meaningful input into the Agency's evaluation of these wastes.  Operators
were notified that failure to respond to the information request might lead to penalties under RCRA
§3008(a).

        The §3007 letter specifically requested all existing data collected since January 1, 1984 on the
physical and chemical composition, radioactivity, and pH of candidate wastes.  Existing data from
extraction-type tests, particularly from SPLP and EP toxicity leach tests, were also requested. In some
cases, facility operators had few or none of the requested data, or had reason to believe that existing data
were not representative of wastes as currently generated. In these cases, facility operators were allowed
to voluntarily collect new data through sampling and analysis.

        EPA received responses to its data request from 228 facilities in 22 industry sectors. Facility
operators responded in a number of different ways, up to and including submitting hundreds of pages of
data from weekly or daily monitoring. Although the §3007 letter requested that all data submitted
indicate the type of waste to which they apply, and the analytical method(s) used, this instruction was not
always followed. In some cases, the identity of the waste stream and/or the testing method used was not
clear.

        4.2.6   Data from  Effluent Guidelines Development Documents

        EPA's Office of Water collected data, under section 308 of the Clean Water Act (CWA), in
support of the effluent guidelines and pretreatment standards development process. These data are
presented in the effluent limitations guidelines and standards documents for each  industry. The mineral
processing characterization  data set compiled by EPA includes data from these industry specific
documents.

        4.2.7   RCRA §3007 Data (1994)

        In December 1994,  EPA issued a formal request under the authority of RCRA  §3007, requesting
ASARCO to submit currently available information on the mineral processing waste generation,
composition, management, and treatment practices. ASARCO submitted the requested information for
seven facilities as Confidential Business Information (CBI). These data are used  in the present analysis,
but masked to maintain confidentiality.

        4.2.8   Comments to the Phase IV LDR Proposed Rules

        In various Phase IV LDR proposed rules (61 FR 2338, January 25, 1996;  61  FR 21418, May 10,
1996; and 62 FR 26041, May 12, 1997), EPA proposed to apply the UTS to the newly identified mineral
processing wastes (i.e., de-Bevilled mineral processing wastes that exhibit a characteristic and are not
excluded from being solid wastes due to recycling). The Agency requested the public to provide data on
the required and available capacity for wastes covered by the Phase IV LDR rule.

        In response to the Phase IV LDR proposals, FMC Corporation submitted  data on  elemental
phosphorus mineral processing wastes generated at their Pocatello, Idaho facility. The commenter stated
that these waste streams pose unique treatability problems (e.g., due to the presence of naturally


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 occurring radioactive materials) and requested a two-year national capacity variance for these waste
 streams. On November 10, 1997, the Agency published a Notice of Data Availability (NODA) in which
 it made available to the public new data submitted by FMC Corporation and requested comments on
 these data and a two-year national capacity variance on these wastes.

        In addition to FMC Corporation, several other commenters provided capacity information to
 EPA.  All applicable comments and data received in response to the various Phase IV LDR proposals are
 included in the capacity analysis described in this document.

        4.2.9   Other Data Sources

        Various other rulemakings and reports were consulted for this study, including the sources listed
 below:

               Bevill Mineral Processing Reinterpretation Rule (54 FR 36592, September 1, 1989) and
               Background Document;

               Mining Waste Exclusion Proposed Rule (54 FR 39298, September 25, 1989);

               Mining Waste Exclusion Final Rule (55 FR 2322, January 23, 1990);

        •       PEI Associates, Overview of Solid Waste Generation, Management, and Chemical
               Characteristics: Primary Antimony, Magnesium, Tin and Titanium Smelting and
               Refining Industries, December, 1984;

        •       Draft Report to Congress, Solid Wastes from Selected Metallic Ore Processing
               Operations, July 15, 1988;

        •       Radian Corporation, Overview of Solid Waste Generation, Management, and Chemical
               Characteristics in the Bauxite Refining and Primary Aluminum Industry, November,
               1984; and

        •       EPA Office of Solid Waste, Waste Identification Branch, Investigative Study to
               Determine Viable Options to the Remand of Mining and Smelting Wastes (unpublished
               draft), 1992.


4.3    METHODOLOGY AND ASSUMPTIONS

       This section provides an overall description of the methodology and assumptions used to
estimate the quantities of newly identified mineral processing wastes that will require alternative
treatment as a result of the Phase IV LDR rule. For a detailed discussion on the methodology and
assumptions used to estimate these quantities, refer to USEPA, Application of the Phase IV Land
Disposal Restrictions to Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes: Regulatory Impact Analysis, April
1998(RIA).
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       EPA used several data sources (described in Section 4.2) to characterize the universe of wastes
affected by the Phase IV LDR Final Rule.  Exhibit 4-1 lists the potentially affected waste streams by
mineral processing sector, shows the estimated quantity generated, and identifies whether the
constituents exceed the TC metal or characteristic regulatory levels (information provided in this exhibit
is based on baseline data used in the RIA). The data provided in Exhibit 4-1 are based on the following
conventions:

       Waste Quantities:

       •       The waste quantity generated includes both estimated and reported values. Estimated .
               values are provided as a range (minimum, expected, and maximum). Reported values
               are point estimates (and therefore the same value is used for minimum, expected, and
               maximum). These generated quantities may be recycled and/or disposed.

       Hazardous Characteristics:

       •       "Y" means EPA has actual analytical data demonstrating that the waste exhibits one or
               more of the RCRA hazardous characteristics.

       •       "Y?"  means that EPA, based on professional judgment, believes that the waste may
               exhibit one or more of the RCRA hazardous characteristics.

       •       "N" indicates that the waste probably does not exhibit one or more of the RCRA
               hazardous characteristics.

       •       "N?"  indicates that insufficient data are available to analyze.  Based on general
               knowledge of the industry, however, EPA believes that the waste probably does not
               exhibit one or more of the RCRA hazardous characteristics.

       Recycling Status:

       •       "Y" means that EPA has information indicating that the waste stream is fully recycled.

       •       "Y?"  means that EPA, based on professional judgment, believes that the waste stream
               could be fully recycled.

       •       "YS" means that EPA has information to show that the waste stream is partially
               recycled.

       •       "YS?" means that EPA has information to believe that the waste stream could be
               partially recycled.

       Waste Form:

       •       Key for Waste Form: 1  = waste with less than 1 percent total suspended solids (TSS)
               (wastewater); 2 = waste with 1  to 10 percent TSS (liquid nonwastewater); 3 = waste with
               greater than 10  percent TSS (nonwastewater).


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                   EXHIBIT 4-1
MINERAL PROCESSING WASTES BY COMMODITY SECTOR
Commodity
Alumina and Aluminum

Antimony


Beryllium


Bismuth









Cadmium










Calcium
Waste Stream
Cast house dust
Electrolysis waste
Autoclave filtrate
Stripped anolyte solids
Slag and furnace residue
Chip treatment wastewater
Spent barren filtrate
:iltration discard
Alloy residues
Spent caustic soda
Electrolytic slimes
Lead and zinc chlorides
/letal chloride residues
Slag
Spent electrolyte
Spent soda solution
Waste acid solutions
Waste acids
Caustic washwater
Copper and lead sulfate filter cakes
Copper removal filter cake
Iron containing impurities
Spent leach solution
Lead sulfate waste
Post-leach filter cake
Spent purification solution
Scrubber waslewater
Spent electrolyte
Zinc precipitates
Dust with quicklime
Reported
Generation
(1000mt/yr)
19
58
NA
0.19
21
NA
55
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
0.04
Est /Reported
Generation (1000mt/yr)
Win
19
58
0.32
0.19
21
0.2
55
0.2
0.1
0.1
0
0.1
3
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.04
Avg.
19
58
27
0.19
21
100
55
45
3
6.1
0.02
3
3
1
6.1
6.1
6.1
0.1
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
0.04
Max
19
58
54
0 19
21
2000
55
90
6
12
0.2
6
3
10
12
12
12
0.2
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
0.04
Number
of Facilities
with Process
23
23
6
2
6
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
TC Metals
As


Y?
Y?


















Y?







Ba






























Cd
Y

Y?















Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?

Cr





Y?
























Pb

Y?
Y?

Y?


Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?



Y?


Y?
Y?






Hg
Y

Y?



























Se






Y























Ag






























Corr
N?
N?
Y?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
N?
N?
Y?
Y?
Y?
N?
Y?
Ignit
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Rctv
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Current
Recycle
Y?
Y?
YS?
Y
N
YS?
YS
N
N
Y?
Y?
N
N
N
N
Y?
N
YS?
Y?
Y?
Y?
N
Y?
Y?
N
N
Y?
N
Y?
Y
Waste
Form
3
3
1
3
3
1
1
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
2
3
3
1
1
2
3
3
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                EXHIBIT 4-1 (continued)
MINERAL PROCESSING WASTES BY COMMODITY SECTOR
Commodity
Chromium and
rerrochromium

Coal Gas
Copper


Elemental Phosphorus





rluorspar and
Hydrofluoric Acid
Germanium





Lead






Waste Stream
Electrostatic precipitator (ESP) dust
Gas control tower (GCT) sludge
Multiple effects evaporator concentrate
Acid plant blowdown
Wastewater treatment plant (VWVTP)
sludge
Spent Furnace Brick
Andersen Filter Media
Drecipitator slurry
Non-Hazardous Slurry Assurance
Precipitator (NOSAP) slurry
Phossy Water
Furnace scrubber blowdown
Furnace Building Washdown
Off-spec fluosilicic acid
Waste acid wash and rinse water
Chlorinator wet air pollution control
sludge
Hydrolysis filtrate
Leach residues
Spent acid/leachate
Waste still liquor
Acid plant sludge
Baghouse incinerator ash
Slurried air pollution control device
(APC) Dust
Solid residues
Spent furnace brick
Stockpiled miscellaneous plant waste
WWTP liquid effluent
Reported
Generation
(1000mt/yr)
3
NA
NA
5300
6
3
0.46
160
160
670
410
700
NA
NA
NA
NA
001
NA
NA
14
NA
7
0.4
1
NA
2600
Est /Reported
Generation (1000mt/yr)
Win
3
0.03
0
5300
6
3
0.46
160
160
670
410
700
0
0.4
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.4
0.01
14
0.3
7
0.4
1
0.3
2600
Avg.
3
0.3
0
5300
6
3
0.46
160
160
670
410
700
15
2.2
0.21
0.21
0.01
2.2
0.21
14
3
7
0.4
1
67
2600
Max
3
3
65
5300
6
3
0.46
160
160
670
410
700
44
4
0.4
0.4
0.01
4
0.4
14
30
7
0.4
1
130
2600
Number
of Facilities
with Process
1
1
1
10
10
10
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
4
4
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
TC Metals
As


Y
Y









Y?
Y?
Y?

Y?
Y?







Ba


























Cd



Y
Y?

Y
Y?

Y?
Y
Y

Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?

Y?

Y
Y


Y

Cr
Y
Y?

Y

Y







Y?
Y?
Y?


Y?







Pb



Y
Y?








Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?

Y
Y
Y?
Y
Y
Y?
Hq



Y






















Se
Y

Y
Y









Y?
Y?
Y?


Y?







Aq



Y









Y?
Y?
Y?


Y?







Corr
N?
N?
N?
Y
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y
N?
Y?
Y?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
N?
Y?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
Ignlt
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y
N?
Y
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Rctv
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y
Y
Y
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Current
Recycle
YS
Y
YS
YS
YS
Y?
N
YS
N
YS
Y
Y
YS
YS?
YS?
N
N
YS?
N
Y?
N
Y
Y?
Y
YS?
Y
Waste
Form
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
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                EXHIBIT 4-1 (continued)
MINERAL PROCESSING WASTES BY COMMODITY SECTOR
Commodity
Magnesium and
Magnesia from Brines

Mercury


Molybdenum,
Ferromolybdenum, and
Ammonium Molybdate

'latinum Group Metals


Rare Earths





Rhenium

Scandium

Selenium




Waste Stream
Cast house dust
Smut
Dust
Quench water
Furnace residue
Flue dust/gases
jquid residues
Slag
Spent acids
Spent solvents
Spent ammonium nitrate processing
solution
Electrolytic cell caustic wet APC sludge
Process wastewater
Spent scrubber liquor
Solvent extraction crud
Wastewater from caustic wet APC
Spent barren scrubber liquor
Spent rhenium raffinale
Spent acids
Spent solvents from solvent extraction
Spent filter cake
Plant process wastewater
Slag
Tellurium slime wastes
Waste solids
Reported
Generation
(lOOOmUyr)
NA
26
0.007
NA
0.077
NA
1
NA
NA
NA
14
NA
7
NA
NA
NA
NA
88
NA
NA
NA
66
NA
NA
NA
Est /Reported
Generation (1000mt/yr)
Mln
0.08
26
0.01
63
0.08
1.1
1
0
0.3
0.3
14
0.07
7
0.1
0.1
0.1
0
88
0.7
0.7
0.05
66
0.05
0.05
0.05
Avg.
0.76
26
0.01
77
0.08
250
1
0.05
1.7
1.7
14
0.7
7
500
2.3
500
0.1
88
3.9
3.9
0.5
66
0.5
0.5
0.5
Max
7.6
26
0.007
420
0.077
500
1
0.46
3
3
14
7
7
1000
4.5
1000
0.2
88
7
7
5
66
5
5
5
Number
of Facilities
with Process
1
2
7
7
7
11
2
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
7
7
3
2
3
3
3
TC Metals
As






Y?


















Ba
Y?
Y























Cd






Y?


















Cr















Y?









Pb



Y?

Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?


Y


Y?

Y?



Y



Hg


Y?
Y?
Y?




















Se






Y?
Y?








Y?



Y?

Y?
Y?
Y?
Ag








Y?
Y?















Corr
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
N?
Y
Y?
Y?
Y?
N?
Y?
N?
N?
Y?
N?
N?
Y
N?
N
N?
Ignlt
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
N?
N
N?
N?
Y?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Rctv
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Current
Recycle
Y?
N
N
Y?
N
N
N
Y?
N
N
N
Y
YS?
YS?
N
YS?
Y?
N
N
Y?
Y?
YS?
YS?
Y?
N
Waste
Form
3
3
3
1
3
3
1
3
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
3
3
3
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                EXHIBIT 4-1 (continued)
MINERAL PROCESSING WASTES BY COMMODITY SECTOR
Commodity
Synthetic Rutile


Tantalum, Columbium,
and Ferrocolumbium


Tellurium



Titanium and Titanium
Dioxide







Tungsten

Uranium




Waste Stream
Spent iron oxide slurry
APC dust/sludges
Spent acid solution
Digester sludge
3rocess wastewater
Spent raffinate solids
Slag
Solid waste residues
Waste electrolyte
Wastewater
Pickle liquor and wash water
Scrap milling scrubber water
Smut from Mg recovery
Leach liquor and sponge wash water
Spent surface Impoundment liquids
Spent surface impoundments solids
Waste acids (Sulfate process)
WWTP sludge/solids
Spent acid and rinse water
Process wastewater
Waste nitric acid from uranium dioxide
(UO2) production
Vaporizer condensate
Superheater condensate
Slag
Uranium chips from ingot production
Reported
Generation
(1000mt/yr)
45
30
30
1
150
2
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
36
NA
420
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Est./Reported
Generation (1000mt/yr)
Win
45
30
30
1
150
2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
22
4
0.1
360
0.63
36
0.2
420
0
2.2
1.7
1.7
1.7
0
1.7
Avg.
45
30
30
1
150
2
2
2
2
20
2.7
5
22
480
3.4
36
39
420
0
4.4
25
9.3
9.3
8.5
25
Max
45
30
30
1
150
2
9
9
20
40
3.2
6
45
580
6.7
36
77
420
21
9
3.4
17
17
17
3.4
Number
of Facilities
with Process
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
1
2
2
7
7
2
7
6
6
17
17
17
17
17
TC Metals
As




Y?











Y








Ba

























Cd
Y?
Y?
Y?

Y?





Y?
Y?













Cr
Y?
Y?
Y?

Y?





Y?
Y?

Y?
Y?
Y?
Y
Y?







Pb




Y?



Y?

Y?
Y?

Y?
Y?
Y?









Hg

























Se




Y?

Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?

Y?




Y








Ag
















Y








Corr
N?
N?
Y?
Y?
Y
Y?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
Y?
N?
N?
Y
N?
N?
Y
N
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
N?
N?
Ignlt
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N
N
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y?
Y?
Rctv
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Y
N?
N?
N?
N
N
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Current
Recycle
YS?
Y
Y
N
Y?
N
YS?
N
N
Y
YS?
YS?
Y?
YS?
Y?
N
N
N
YS?
YS?
YS?
N
N
Y
Y?
Waste
Form
3
3
1
3
2
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
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               EXHIBIT 4-1 (continued)
MINERAL PROCESSING WASTES BY COMMODITY SECTOR
Commodity
Zinc










Zirconium and Hafnium



Waste Stream
Acid plant blowdown
Waste ferrosilicon
Process wastewater
Discarded refractory brick
Spent cloths, bags, and filters
Spent goethite and leach cake residues
Spent surface impoundment liquids
WWTP Solids
Spent synthetic gypsum
TCA tower blowdown
Wastewater treatmentplant liquid effluent
Spent acid leachate from Zr alloy prod.
Spent acid leachate from Zr metal prod.
Leaching rinse water from Zr alloy prod.
Leaching rinse water from Zr metal prod.
Reported
Generation
(IQOOmt/yr)
130
17
5000
1
0.15
15
1900
0.75
16
0.25
2600
NA
NA
NA
NA
Est /Reported
Generation (lOOOmt/yr)
Mln
130
17
5000
1
0.15
15
1900
0.75
16
0.25
2600
0
0
34
0.2
Avg.
130
17
5000
1
0.15
15
1900
0.75
16
0.25
2600
0
0
42
1000
Max
130
17
5000
1
0.15
15
1900
0.75
16
0.25
2600
850
1600
51
2000
Number
of Facilities
with Process
1 .
1
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
2
2
2
2
TC Metals
As
Y

Y
Y?

Y

Y?
Y?






Ba















Cd
Y

Y
Y?
Y?
Y
Y?
Y?
Y
Y?
Y?




Cr
Y

Y
Y?

Y









Pb
Y?
Y?
Y
Y?
Y?
Y?

Y?
Y?
Y?





Hg
Y?



Y?
Y?

Y?

Y?





Se
Y

Y

Y?
Y

Y?

Y?





Ag
Y

Y

Y?
Y

Y?







Corr
Y
N?
Y
N?
N?
N?
Y
N?
N?
Y?
N?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Y?
Ignit
N
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Rctv
N
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
N?
Current
Recycle
Y
Y?
Y?
N
Y
Y
YS?
YS
N
YS
YS?
N
N
YS?
YS?
Waste
Form
1
3
1
3
3
3
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
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        EPA next examined the current waste management practices in the mineral processing industry
and estimated the potentially affected universe of mineral processing waste in reference to three
baselines:

        1.       No-prior treatment baseline. The no-prior treatment baseline assumes that materials to
                be recycled are stored in unlined land based units, and the disposed portion is placed in a
                land based disposal unit without treatment.

        2.       Modified prior treatment baseline.  The modified prior treatment baseline assumes that
                materials to be recycled are stored in unlined land based units, while materials to be
                disposed are treated to TC levels prior to disposal in land based units.

        3.       Prior treatment baseline.  The prior treatment baseline assumes that materials to be
                recycled are stored according to RCRA requirements (i.e., spent materials are stored in
                tanks, containers, and buildings prior to recycling) and materials to be disposed are
                treated to TC levels prior to disposal in land based units.

Of the three baselines described above, EPA chose the modified prior treatment baseline as the basis for
the RIA and the capacity analysis because it appears to be the most representative of current practices.3
The modified prior treatment baseline is referred to as the "baseline" in the reminder of this chapter. The
key features of the baseline include:

        •        Characteristic mineral processing wastes being disposed must be treated to UTS levels
                prior to disposal  in Subtitle D disposal  units;

        •        Operators of facilities that generate and manage hazardous mineral processing wastes
                must comply with record keeping and reporting requirements;

        •        Secondary mineral processing materials destined for recycling may be stored  for up to
                one  year;

        •        Recycling of non-mineral processing materials outside of RCRA Subtitle C jurisdiction
                is prohibited, i.e., the conditional exclusions for certain activities (as described below)
                are available only for mineral processing residues; and
5 In the RIA, EPA evaluated two management scenarios under the modified prior treatment baseline: Conditional
Exemption from RCRA Jurisdiction (Option 1) and Unconditional Exemption from RCRA Jurisdiction (Option 2).
The management scenario selected by EPA and discussed in this section is the Conditional Exemption from RCRA
Jurisdiction.  The Unconditional Exemption from RCRA Jurisdiction is based on approaches advanced by the
mineral processing industry and would maximize the ability of industry to recycle secondary materials without
triggering any additional requirements. Under this scenario, all outputs from mineral processing facilities would be
unconditionally excluded from RCRA jurisdiction regardless of how the materials are stored. Consequently, there
would be no special requirements for any type of unit storing secondary materials. For more detailed information
on the management scenarios, and the no-prior treatment and prior treatment baselines, see USEPA, Application of
the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions to Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes: Regulatory Impact
Analysis, April 1998 (RIA).

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        •       Hazardous mineral processing residues can be recycled to primary beneficiation
                operations/units without risk to the Bevill status of any beneficiation wastes generated by
                such units. That is, these operations would not become regulated Subtitle C units and
                resulting wastes from these units would not lose their Bevill status when mineral
                processing secondary materials are mixed with ores, minerals, or beneficiated ores or
                minerals, provided that: (1) at least 50 percent of the materials entering the operations
                are ores, minerals, or beneficiated ores or minerals, and (2) the mineral processing
                secondary materials are legitimately recycled.

        Under the baseline, the post-rule management scenario would: (1) stimulate greater resource
 recovery in the minerals industry by classifying recoverable mineral processing residuals as wastes if
 they are managed in non-land-based units, and (2) ensure that appropriate waste treatment standards and
 technologies are applied to hazardous mineral processing wastes destined for land disposal, thereby
 protecting human health and the environment.  In the post-rule management scenario,  a conditional
 exclusion from the definition of solid waste would apply to a non-exempt mineral processing residue if
 the following conditions were met:

        1.       The material contains recoverable amounts of metals, acids, cyanide, water, or
                other values;

        2.       The material is legitimately recycled (as defined at 40 CFR 261.2(f));

        3.       The material is not accumulated speculatively (as defined at 40 CFR
        4.      The material is stored in tanks, containers, or buildings meeting minimum
               integrity standards; and

        5.      The owner or operator provides a one-time notification to the EPA Regional
               Administrator or State.

Alternatively, facility operators could obtain a determination from an authorized State or from the
Regional Administrator that solid secondary materials may be placed on pads instead of in tanks,
containers, or buildings.  These pads must meet minimum design requirements so that the unit provides
effective containment and will not become part of the waste disposal problem through discard.

        The Agency, in developing the RJA for this rule, estimated the compliance costs for the post-rule
management scenario as a function of three factors: (1) the expense associated with purchasing new
storage units or upgrading existing storage units, (2) the expense of treating materials to be disposed, and
(3) shifts of mineral processing residues either from recycling to disposal or from disposal to recycling.
Based on these three factors, as well as adjustments to the input data to account for uncertainty about
hazardous characteristics, EPA estimated  the minimum, expected, and maximum quantities of waste that
would require treatment and disposal,  and the minimum, expected, and maximum quantities of waste that
would require storage prior to recycling. Exhibit 4-2 provides the estimated quantities of the newly
identified mineral processing wastes requiring treatment and disposal for the modified prior treatment
baseline and the post-rule management scenario.
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        The quantities presented in Exhibit 4-2 were calculated by first accounting for uncertainty in the
 input data. As discussed in the RIA, each waste stream's generation rate was adjusted to account for
 uncertainty in hazardous characteristics. The generation rate of waste streams known to be hazardous
 were not adjusted, while the generation rates of waste streams that were only suspected of being
 hazardous were reduced in the expected value case, and dropped from the minimum value case.  The
 hazardous portion of each stream was divided into a portion sent to treatment and disposal and a portion
 stored prior to recycling in the baseline and the post-rule management scenario. Shifts in  management of
 these streams were modeled by using different percentages treated and disposed in the baseline and post-
 rule management scenario. The quantities sent to treatment and disposal were summed in each sector by
 waste type (i.e., wastewaters, wastes with 1 to 10 percent solids, wastes with more than 10 percent
 solids), and divided by the number of facilities in that sector, to get a "model" or average facility-
 quantity of each waste type. These types were then aggregated together based on the portion of input
 material for each waste type that would require neutralization, dewatering, and/or stabilization and
 disposal.  These model facility quantities were then compared with threshold values to determine the
 economic feasibility of on-site treatment and disposal.

        As indicated in the RIA,  EPA assumes that because of cost and other issues, the primary
 treatment technologies that are being used or will be used for waste management by the mineral
 processing industry are chemical precipitation (for wastewaters) and stabilization (for nonwastewaters).
 Because these treatments are two of the best demonstrated treatment technologies (BDATs) used as the
 basis for the UTS, then under the baseline most of these wastes likely are already meeting or are close to
 meeting the UTS levels.  Even if additional treatment is required, EPA believes that this additional
 treatment could be achieved through minimal modifications of the existing treatment systems.

        In the original proposal (60 FR 43654, August 22, 1995), the Agency noted a few  exceptions to
 these assumptions.  Based on the analysis of available data, EPA noted that some arsenic-containing
 wastes and high mercury-containing wastes (e.g., above the High Mercury Subcategory level of 260
 mg/kg total mercury) may require alternative treatments (e.g., vitrification for arsenic and acid
 leaching/retorting for mercury) to meet UTS standards.  EPA requested commenters to provide
 comments and performance data  on this issue. However, comments received provided no indication that
 these wastes pose any treatability problems in meeting the proposed treatment standards.  In addition, the
 Agency conducted site visits to commercial treatment facilities and collected data that indicated no
treatability problems are associated with these waste streams.7
7 Memoranda addressed to Anita Cummings from ICF: "Final Draft Trip Report for Mill Services," dated
November 21, 1996; "Final Draft Trip Report for Rollins Highway 36 Facility," dated November 21, 1996; "Final
Draft Site Visit Report for the September 11th Site Visit to GNB Battery Technologies Located in Frisco, Texas,"
dated December 6, 1996. These reports from site visits are available in the docket for today's rule.

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                     EXHIBIT 4-2
WASTE GENERATION UNDER MODIFIED PRIOR TREATMENT
BASELINE AND POST-RULE MANAGEMENT SCENARIO (TONS)

Commodity
Alumina and Aluminum

Antimony


Beryllium


iismuth









Cadmium










Calcium

Waste Stream
Cast house dust
ilectrolysis waste
Autoclave nitrate
Stripped anolyte solids
Slag and furnace residue
Chip treatment wastewater
Spent barren nitrate
Filtration discard
Alloy residues
Spent caustic soda
Electrolytic slimes
Lead and zinc chlorides
Metal chloride residues
Slag
Spent electrolyte
Spent soda solution
Waste acid solutions
Waste acids
Caustic washwater
Copper and lead sulfate filter cakes
Copper removal filter cake
Iron containing impurities
Spent leach solution
Lead sulfate waste
Post-leach filter cake
Spent purification solution
Scrubber wastewater
Spent electrolyte
Zinc precipitates
Dust with quicklime
Modified Prior Treatment
Baseline
Mln.
2.864
-
-
-

.
13,750
-
.
-
-

-
-
-
-
-
-
.
.
-
-
. .
.

-
-
-
-
-
Expect.
2,864
4,313
10,800
-
10,500
40,000
13,750
23,000
1,500
458
2
1,500
1,500
500
3,050
458
3,050
40
143
143
143
950
143
143
950
950
143
950
143

Max.
2,864
8,625
43,200
-
21,000
1,600,000
13,750
90,000
6,000
1,800
30
6,000
3,000
10,000
12,000
1,800
12,000
160
2,850
2,850
2,850
19,000
2,850
2,850
19,000
19,000
2,850
19,000
2,850

Modified Prior Treatment
Post-Rule Management Scenario
Mln.
4,773
-

-
-
_
19,250
-

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-
Expect.
4,773
7,188
11,475
-
10,500
42,500
19,250
23,000
1,500
763
3
1,500
1,500
500
3,050
763
3,050
43
238
238
238
950
238
238
950
950
238
950
238
'
Max.
4,773
14,375
45,900
-
21,000
1,700,000
19,250
90,000
6,000
3,000
50
6.000
3,000
10,000
12,000
3,000
12,000
170
4,750
4,750
4,750
19,000
4,750
4,750
19,000
19,000
4.750
19,000
4.750

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                EXHIBIT 4-2 (continued)
WASTE GENERATION UNDER MODIFIED PRIOR TREATMENT
BASELINE AND POST-RULE MANAGEMENT SCENARIO (TONS)

Commodity
Chromium and
rerrochrornium

Coal Gas
Copper


Elemental Phosphorus





Fluorspar and
Hydrofluoric Acid
Germanium





Lead







Waste Stream
Electrostatic precipitator (ESP) dust
Gas control tower (GCT) sludge
Multiple effects evaporator concentrate
Acid plant blowdown
Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)
sludge
Spent furnace brick
Andersen Filter Media
Precipitator slurry
Non-Hazardous Slurry Assurance Process
(NOSAP) slurry
Phossy Water
Furnace scrubber blowdown
Furnace Building Washdown
Off-spec fluosilicic acid
Waste acid wash and rinse water
Chlorinator wet air pollution control sludge
Hydrolysis filtrate
Leach residues
Spent acid/leachate
Waste still liquor
Acid plant sludge
Baghouse incinerator ash
Slurried APC Dust
Solid residues
Spent furnace brick
Stockpiled miscellaneous plant waste
WWTP liquid effluent
Modified Prior Treatment
Baseline
Win.
750
-
-
1.325,000
-
-
460
40,000
160.000
170,000

•
-
.
-
-
-
-
-
.
300

-
-
240
-
Expect.
750
-
-
1,325,000
750
225
460
40,000
160,000
170,000
-
-
1,875
880
85
108
5
880
106
1,058
3.000

29
-
52,800
-
Max.
750
-
16.250
1,325,000
1,500
450
460
40.000
160,000
170,000
-
-
11.250
3.200
320
400
10
3,200
400
2,115
30,000
-
59
-
103,200

Modified Prior Treatment
Post-Rule Management Scenario
Mln.
1,050
-
-
1,855,000
-
-
460
56,000
160,000
238,000
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-
.
300
-
-
-
255
-
Expect.
1,050
-
-
1,855,000
1,050
375
460
56,000
160,000
238,000
-
-
2,625
935
90
106
5
935
106
1,763
3,000
-
49

56,100
-
Max.
1,050
-
22,750
1,855,000
2,100
750
460
56.000
160,000
238.000
-
-
15,750
3,400
340
400
10
3,400
400
3,525
30.000
-
98
-
109,650
-
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                EXHIBIT 4-2 (continued)
WASTE GENERATION UNDER MODIFIED PRIOR TREATMENT
BASELINE AND POST-RULE MANAGEMENT SCENARIO (TONS)

Commodity
Magnesium and
Magnesia from Brines

Mercury


Molybdenum,
Ferromolybdenum, and
Ammonium Molybdate

Platinum Group Metals


Rare Earths





Rhenium

Scandium

Selenium





Waste Stream
Cast house dust
Smut
Dust
Quench water
:urnace residue
:lue dust/gases
.iquid residues
Slag
Spent acids
Spent solvents
Spent ammonium nitrate processing solution
Electrolytic cell caustic wet APC sludge
^rocess wastewaler
Spent scrubber liquor
Solvent extraction crud
Wastewater from caustic wet APC
Spent barren scrubber liquor
Spent rhenium raffmate
Spent acids
Spent solvents from solvent extraction
Spent filter cake
Plant process wastewaler
Slag
Tellurium slime wastes
Waste solids
Modified Prior Treatment
Baseline
Mln.

26,000
.
-
-
-
-
.
-
-
14,000
-
5,600

-
-
.
-
_
-
-
52,800
-
-
-
Expect.
57
26,000
4
5,775
39
126.500
500
3
855
855
14,000
-
5,600
200,000
1,150
200,000
8
44,000
1,960
204
38
52,800
204
38
255
Max.
1,140
26,000
7
63,000
77
495,000
1,000
68
3,000
3,000
14,000
-
5.600
800,000
4,500
800,000
30
88,000
7,000
1,050
765
52,800
4.080
765
5,100
Modified Prior Treatment
Post-Rule Management Scenario
Mln.
-
26.000
.
-
-
-
-

-

14,000
-
5,950
-
-
-
-
-
.
-
-
56,100
-
-
-
Expect.
95
26,000
4
9,625
39
126,500
500
6
855
855
14,000
-
5,950
212,500
1,150
212,500
13
44,000
1,960
490
64
56,100
217
64
255
Max.
1,900
26,000
7
105,000
77
495,000
1,000
113
3,000
3,000
14,000
-
5,950
850,000
4,500
850,000
50
88,000
7,000
1,750
1,275
56,100
4,335
1,275
5.100
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                EXHIBIT 4-2 (continued)
WASTE GENERATION UNDER MODIFIED PRIOR TREATMENT
BASELINE AND POST-RULE MANAGEMENT SCENARIO (TONS)

Commodity
Synthetic Rutile


Tantalum, Columbium,
and Ferrocolumblum


Tellurium



Titanium and Titanium
Dioxide







Tungsten

Uranium





Waste Stream
Spent iron oxide slurry
APC dust/sludges
Spent acid solution
Digester sludge
Process wastewater
Spent raffinate solids
Slag
Solid waste residues
Waste electrolyte
Wastewater
Pickle liquor and wash water
Scrap milling scrubber water
Smut from Mg recovery
Leach liquor and sponge wash water
Spent surface impoundment liquids
Spent surface impoundments solids
Waste acids (Sulfate process)
WWTP sludge/solids
Spent acid and rinse water
Process wastewater
Waste nitric acid from uranium dioxide (UO2)
production
Vaporizer condensate
Superheater condensate
Slag
Uranium chips from ingot production
Modified Prior Treatment
Baseline
Mln.
.
-
-
-
22.500
-
.
-
-
-

-
15
304,000
-
-
200
-
.
-

-
-
-
-
Expect.
18,000

-
500
22,500
1,000
800
1,000
1,000
-
1,080
2,000
3,300
384,000
257
17,850
40,000
210,000
.
1,752
1,020
4,675
4,675
-
191
Max.
36,000

-
1,000
22,500
2,000
7,200
9,000
20,000
-
2,640
4,800
6,900
464,000
1,008
35,700
78,000
420,000
16,800
7,200
2,720
17.000
17,000
-
510
Modified Prior Treatment
Post-Rule Management Scenario
Mln.
.
-
-
-
37,500

.
-
-
-
-
-
25
323,000
-

200
-
.
-

-
-
-

Expect.
19,125
-
-
500
37,500
1,000
850
1,000
1,000
-
1,148
2,125
5,500
408,000
429
17,850
40,000
210,000
-
1,862
1,084
4,675
4,675

319
Max.
38,250
-
-
1,000
37,500
2,000
7,650
9,000
20,000
. -
2,805
5,100
11,500
493,000
1,680
35,700
78,000
420.000
17,850
7,650
2,890
17,000
17,000

850
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                EXHIBIT 4-2 (continued)
WASTE GENERATION UNDER MODIFIED PRIOR TREATMENT
BASELINE AND POST-RULE MANAGEMENT SCENARIO (TONS)

Commodity
Zinc










Zirconium and Hafnium



TOTALS:

Waste Stream
Acid plant blowdown
Waste (errosilicon
Process wastewater
Discarded refractory brick
Spent cloths, bags, and filters
Spent goethite and leach cake residues
Spent surface impoundment liquids
WWTP Solids
Spent synthetic gypsum
TCA tower blowdown
Wastewater treatment plant liquid effluent
Spent acid leachate from Zr alloy prod.
Spent acid leachate from Zr metal prod.
Leaching rinse wafer from Zr alloy prod.
Leaching rinse water from Zr metal prod.

Modified Prior Treatment
Baseline
Mln.
.
-
765,000
-
-
-
1,512,000
-
15.900
-
-
.
-
-
-
4,431,379
Expect.
-
1,275
765,000
500
-
-
1,512,000
94
15,900
31
1,044,000
.
-
16,800
400,000
7,031,998
Max.
-
2,550
765,000
1,000
-

1,512,000
188
15,900
63
2,088,000
860,000
1,600,000
41.600
1.600,000
15,830,551
Modified Prior Treatment
Post-Rule Management Scenario
Win.
-
-
1,275,000
-
-
-
1,606,500
-
15,900
-
-
-
-
-
-
5,695,263
Expect.

2,125
1,275,000
500
-

1,606,500
131
15,900
44
1,109,250

-
17,850
425,000
8,438,770
Max.

4,250
1,275,000
1,000
-
.
1,606,500
263
15,900
88
2,218.500
860,000
1,600,000
44,200
1,700,000
17,638,656
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        Typically, wastewaters and liquid nonwastewaters (wastes with 1 to 10 percent TSS) are likely to
undergo neutralization and precipitation, generating small quantities of solid residues requiring
dewatering and stabilization. Therefore, as in the RIA, EPA assumed for this analysis that approximately
2.25 percent of the wastewaters and liquid nonwastewater quantities will be stabilized (based on an 85
percent reduction of the initial amount because of treatments such as settling and neutralization, and an
additional 85 percent reduction because of dewatering).  The reduced waste quantities are used for
estimating the potentially affected universe of the newly identified mineral processing wastes.
4.4     SOIL AND DEBRIS CONTAMINATED WITH NEWLY IDENTIFIED MINERAL
        PROCESSING WASTES

        Based on EPA's understanding of the mineral processing industry the majority of soil and debris
contaminated with newly identified mineral processing wastes are assumed to be treated on-site to TC
levels before disposal in a Subtitle D unit. As with the non-media wastes, these media currently are not
required to comply with LDR requirements. However, today's rulemaking will require soil contaminated
with newly identified mineral processing wastes to comply with the alternative treatment standards being
finalized in today's rule.  These standards require treatment of soil to 90 percent reduction in hazardous
constituent concentration or 10 times the UTS.  Contaminated debris will be subject to the treatment
standards in 40 CFR 268.45.

        In all of the data sources consulted  by the Agency, there was little information on the amount of
soil or debris that might be contaminated specifically with former Bevill-exempt wastes only and, in
addition, require alternative treatment due to the Phase IV LDRs. However, of the media that are
contaminated with only newly identified mineral processing wastes (which were brought into the Subtitle
C universe in 1990), EPA expects that, based on typical industry practices, only a small portion will be
excavated and require alternative treatment to meet the new LDR soil requirements.8  That is, the only
media contaminated with newly identified mineral  processing wastes that are potentially affected by the
Phase IV rule are those that are excavated and managed outside of a corrective action management unit
(CAMU) or an area of contamination (AOC); and EPA expects these quantities to be small and to
generally be treated such that the Phase IV soil standards are already being met.  This latter point is
supported by the fact that these media contain primarily only metal constituents, including cadmium,
mercury, arsenic, selenium, chromium, lead, sliver, and barium, rather than more difficult to treat organic
constituents.9 Furthermore, based on more  recent discussions with commercial treaters, several case
studies, and other data (see Appendix E), the Agency has confirmed that these wastes are already being
treated or could be readily treated to meet the final  alternative treatment standards. In fact, many
contaminated media cleanups are expected to benefit (i.e., either not incur cost or receive cost savings)
from the alternative soil treatment standards. Notwithstanding  thte information, if significant quantities
of contaminated soil do require alternative treatment, then as with TC metal contaminated media
discussed in Section 3.4, sufficient alternative capacity exists to treat these wastes.
8  USEPA, Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions to Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes:
Regulatory Impact Analysis, April 1998.

9  USEPA, Application of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions to Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes:
Regulatory Impact Analysis, April 1998, Section 3.1.1.


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        Mineral processing contaminated media that contains organic UHCs (e.g., organometallic soils)
 and manufactured gas plant (MGP) soils are both exceptions to this general rule. The exact volume of
 organometallic soils contaminated with newly identified mineral processing wastes based on the
 available waste constituent data (see Section 4.3) is unknown, although it is expected to be low.

        The data in Appendix E and the analysis for TC metal soils in Section 3.4 show that (1) most
 soils likely are already meeting the new soil treatment standards and (2) ample capacity exists for soils
 not meeting the new standards.  Regarding MGP soils, the Agency estimates that there are 2,500
 potentially affected commercial MGP sites in the United States.9 Captive sites (i.e., sites that treat
 wastes generated on site) comprise a larger universe of former MGP operations at approximately 28,700
 potentially affected sites. Data provided by the utility industry10 indicate that approximately 500 to 5,000
 tons of contaminated soil is typically present at an MGP site.  This capacity analysis, therefore, assumes
 that commercial sites (which are, in general, larger than captive sites) contain 5,000 tons of hazardous
 contaminated media, while captive sites contain 500 tons of hazardous contaminated media.  Applying
 these quantity estimates to the estimates of potentially affected facilities, EPA estimates that 12.5 million
 tons (2,500 sites times 5,000 tons) of hazardous contaminated media eventually will be remediated at
 commercial sites, and  14.4 million tons (28,700 sites times 500  tons) of hazardous contaminated media
 eventually will be remediated at captive sites.  However, many of these MGP sites have already been
 remediated or are in the process of remediation, thereby reducing the quantity of soil currently requiring
 remediation. Nevertheless, based on a 20-year remediation time frame, as much as 1.35 million tons/yr
 of MGP soil may be remediated.

       The Agency reviewed treatment performance data from several MGP remediation case studies
 (Appendix G), which show that the alternative treatment standards  being promulgated in today's
 rulemaking for hazardous soils can be readily achieved using several commercially available treatment
 technologies such as stabilization and thermal treatment. Furthermore, data provided by the utility
 industry" indicate that approximately 40 percent of the wastes will be co-burned in on-site utility
 boilers.12  Some of the MGP sites may also choose to remediate using in-situ treatment technologies or
 containment technologies (e.g., capping with groundwater  monitoring). Several commercial treaters also
 provide on-site remediation services for such sites.  As shown for the TC metal wastes (Section 3.4 and
 Appendix E), available capacity for such wastes is measured in hundreds of thousands (and probably
 millions) of tons. Therefore, the Agency believes that the actual quantity of MGP soils requiring off-site
 commercial treatment capacity is sufficiently low such that adequate commercial treatment capacity
 exists for such soils.
9 Memorandum from ICF Incorporated addressed to Paul Borst, Cost of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
on MGP Wastes. Dated January 28, 1998.

10 Information provided by representatives of the utility industry at a meeting with EPA on July 10, 1997.  For
additional information, see "Meeting Between the EPA and the Representatives of the Utility Industry to Discuss
Comments and Data Related to the Generation and Management of Historic Manufactured Gas Plant Wastes (MGP)
Wastes - Draft Summary of Discussions" in the docket for today's rulemaking.

11  Memorandum from ICF Incorporated addressed to Paul Borst, Cost of the Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions
on MGP Wastes. Dated January 28, 1998.

12   In today's rulemaking, the Agency has confirmed its existing interpretation that residues from co-burning
hazardous MGP soils along with coal are covered by the Bevill amendment (assuming the residues are not
significantly affected by such burning), as provided in 40 CFR 266.112.

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4.5     MIXED RCRA/RADIOACTIVE WASTES

        In today's rule, the Agency is promulgating treatment standards for mixed radioactive wastes at
the UTS levels. However, the radioactivity posed by potentially hazardous mineral processing wastes
may affect the amount of available treatment capacity for these wastes.  Commercial and on-site
treatment facilities for mineral processing wastes may have difficulty in managing both the radioactive
and hazardous chemical components of mixed radioactive mineral processing wastes, and therefore may
experience shortfalls in providing sufficient capacity for the treatment of these wastes.  Adequate data on
the generation of these mixed RCRA/radioactive wastes is not available. In the Phase IV proposed rules,
the Agency had requested data on mineral processing wastes mixed with radioactive wastes from the
industry. However, the Agency neither received any data on these wastes, not any commenters stated
that these wastes would pose any difficulties. Nevertheless, as discussed in Chapter 2, the  Agency
recognizes the lack of available treatment capacity for these wastes and believes that any new
commercial capacity that is available for mixed radioactive wastes must be used for mixed wastes that
were regulated in previous LDR rulemakings and whose variances have already expired. Therefore, the
Agency is granting a two-year national capacity variance for newly identified mineral processing wastes
mixed with radioactive wastes.
4.6     SUMMARY OF RESULTS

        EPA's analysis of the data in Exhibit 4-1 indicates that, at most, approximately 135 facilities that
generate 121 waste streams could be affected by today's rule.  The number of facilities represents the
facilities in each mineral processing commodity sector.  Some facilities, however, have processes that
fall into more than one commodity sector. This would reduce the indicated total number of facilities
affected.

        Exhibit 4-3 presents ranges of quantities of newly identified mineral processing wastes generated
under the modified prior treatment baseline and post rule management scenario. The results indicate that
a total of approximately 4 million to 18 million metric tons of waste per year are being generated
(excluding remediation waste). However, the majority (approximately 85 - 90 percent) is wastewater,
which will be exempt for the most part from LDRs because of the Land Disposal Program Flexibility Act
and thus are not addressed further  in this analysis.  Section 4.1 discusses this issue in more detail. EPA
did not receive any comments on this issue in response to the Phase IV proposed rules and notices, and
therefore has continued to exclude surface-disposed wastewaters from the capacity analysis in this final
rule. Exhibit 4-4 provides the quantities of nonwastewaters potentially affected by today's rule for the
modified prior treatment baseline and post-rule management scenario. Thus, the result when totaling
off-site and on-site wastes is that approximately 176,000 to perhaps as high as 1.9 million mt/y of
mineral processing nonwastewaters may require alternative treatment because of this rule (see Exhibit 4-
4).  Nevertheless, as discussed in Section 4.3, most of these wastes are likely already being treated and
meeting the new treatment standards (e.g., under the maximum estimate for on-site stabilization for the
post-rule management scenario, only about 66,568 mt/yr of waste—the difference between 1,867,174
and 1,800,606—will require treatment where none existed before, while the remaining 1,800,606 mt/yr
will likely only need optimization  of existing treatment).
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                                         EXHIBIT 4-3
                    TOTAL WASTE QUANTITIES (MT/YR) GENERATED
                  UNDER THE MODIFIED PRIOR TREATMENT BASELINE

Baseline
Post-Rule Management Scenario
Minimum
4,431,379
5,695.263
Expected
7,032,223
8.439.145
Maximum
15.831,001
17.639,406
                                        EXHIBIT 4-4
              QUANTITIES (MT/YR) OF NONWASTEWATERS POTENTIALLY
                 AFFECTED UNDER THE MODIFIED PRIOR TREATMENT

Baseline
Post-Rule Management Scenario
Minimum
Off-Site
Stab./Disp.
36,411
9.366
On-Site
Stabilization
108,777
166,443
Expected
Off-Site
Stab./Disp.
58,553
34,074
On-Site
Stabilization
662,824
733,121
Maximum
Off-Site
Stab./Disp.
21,399
31,355
On-Site
Stabilization
1,801,056
1,866,874
       As indicated in Chapter 2, for metal bearing wastes exhibiting a hazardous characteristic, the
UTS treatment standards are based on chemical precipitation, high temperature metals recovery
(HTMR), stabilization, slag vitrification, acid leaching, and mercury roasting and retorting, depending on
the hazardous constituents and the waste form.  UTS for arsenic nonwastewaters is based on vitrification,
and the BOAT for high mercury subcategory wastes is retorting/roasting. All other metal treatment
standards for nonwastewaters are based on HTMR and stabilization technologies. UTS for wastewaters
are based on treatments such as chemical precipitation. (A detailed discussion on the methodology used
for selecting UTS as the treatment standard is provided in the BDAT background document for newly
identified mineral processing wastes.13)

       In the original proposal (60 FR 43654, August 22, 1995), the Agency proposed treatment
standards for TC metals and noted that some arsenic-containing wastes and high  mercury-containing
wastes (e.g., above the High Mercury Subcategory level of 260 mg/kg total mercury) may require
alternative treatments (e.g., vitrification for arsenic and acid leaching/retorting for mercury) to meet UTS
standards.  EPA requested commenters to provide comments and performance  data on this issue.
However, comments received provided no indication that these wastes pose any treatability problems in
meeting the treatment standards.  In addition, the Agency conducted site visits  to commercial treatment
facilities and collected data that indicated no treatability problems are associated with these waste
streams. Therefore, the Agency believes that the one-year national treatment capacity variance proposed
in the original proposal is not required for these wastes and therefore, in this final rule, is not granting a
capacity variance for these wastes (beyond the 90 days allowed prior to the effective date of rule).
13 USEPA, Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) Background Document for Newly Identified Mineral
Processing Wastes, July, 1995.
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        For the purpose of determining the need for a capacity variance, the waste streams were grouped
into three distinct categories:

  (1)    Waste streams from elemental phosphorus processing. Five large-volume waste
        streams—Medusa Scrubber Slowdown, furnace building washdown, Non-Hazardous Slurry
        Assurance Precipitator (NOSAP) slurry, precipitator slurry, and phossy water—generated by the
        elemental phosphorus processing industry (approximately  1,047,087 mt/yr) for which insufficient
        treatment capacity exists. The major generator of these waste streams, the FMC Corporation's
        Pocatello, Idaho facility, has stated that these waste streams pose unique treatability problems
        (e.g., due to the presence of naturally occurring radioactive materials) and that a two-year
        national capacity variance is needed  to develop and construct treatment capacity. After careful
        review of the data provided by FMC Corporation (see Appendix H for supporting materials), the
        Agency has determined that these wastes would require a national capacity variance and,
        therefore, is granting a two-year national capacity variance for these five waste streams.

  (2)    Other newly identified mineral processing wastes (including soil and debris'). EPA estimates that
        the quantities of newly identified mineral processing nonwastewaters that could be affected by
        today's rule (other than the mixed RCRA/radioactive wastes discussed above) range from
        approximately 176,000 to 1.9 million metric tons/year under the modified prior treatment
        baseline and the post-rule management scenario (Exhibit 4-4).  Most of these wastes are
        expected to need either none or only minor treatment to meet the treatment standards being
        promulgated today and, as shown in  Exhibit 4-4, at most only about 75,000 tons/yr (the total of
        the difference between the maximums for the post-rule management scenario and baseline) will
        require entirely new treatment.  Furthermore, less than one percent of the nonwastewaters are
        expected to require commercial off-site stabilization.  Given this, as well as the large amount of
        available off-site and on-site stabilization and other capacity for nonwastewaters14 (at least
        several million tons/year; see Chapter 2), a national capacity variance (beyond 90 days) is not
        warranted for these wastes under a modified prior treatment baseline option.  As indicated in
        Section 4.4, these conclusions also apply to soil and debris contaminated with newly identified
        mineral processing wastes.

  (3)    Mixed RCRA/radioactive wastes (including soil and debris). Despite the uncertainty about
        quantities of mixed radioactive wastes containing newly identified wastes that would require
        treatment as a result of today's rule, any new commercial capacity that becomes available will be
        needed for mixed radioactive wastes that were regulated in previous LDR rulemakings and
        whose variances have already expired.  Thus, EPA has determined that sufficient alternative
        treatment capacity is not available, and thus is granting a two-year national capacity variance for
        mixed RCRA/radioactive wastes contaminated with newly identified mineral processing  wastes.
        See Section 4.5 for additional discussion of this issue.

        Exhibit 4-5 provides a summary of the results of the required (under the modified prior treatment
baseline) and available capacity analysis and the capacity variances being granted in today's rulemaking
for the newly identified mineral processing wastes.
14 Landfill capacity, although not discussed in Chapter 2, will not pose a problem for these wastes. Once treated,
these wastes will only require Subtitle D landfill capacity, which is expected to be substantial given that industrial
nonhazardous wastes are landfilled at the rate over 20 million tons/year (USEPA, Summary of Data on Industrial
Non-Hazardous Waste Disposal Practices, December 1985).

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                                             EXHIBIT 4-5
                                 NATIONAL CAPACITY VARIANCES
    FOR MINERAL PROCESSING WASTES AFFECTED BY THE PHASE IV LDR FINAL RULE
Waste
Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes from
Elemental Phosphorus Processing
Newly Identified Mineral Processing Wastes
(Including Soil and Debris)
Newly Identified Mixed/RCRA Radioactive Wastes
(Including Soil and Debris)
Required Capacity
(mt/yr)
1,047,087
« 1.9 million
(modified prior
treatment baseline)
Unknown1"
Available Capacity
(mt/yr)
Low (« 1 million)
Optimization of on-site
stabilization
> several million of
stabilization
> 16,200 of vitrification
0
National
Variance"
Two years
90 days
Two years
" National capacity variances begin when the rule is published in the Federal Register.

b Significant uncertainty exists concerning the volume of wastes affected by today's rulemaking. Despite this
uncertainty, however, EPA has determined that no alternative treatment capacity is available.
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                                    APPENDIX A
                       DATA ON STABILIZATION CAPACITY
This appendix has ten sections:

A-l:   Describes the information the Agency collected from selected treaters on available
       stabilization capacity for Phase IV TC metal and mineral processing wastes. Includes an
       overview of the Agency's approach, summarizes the results, and provides phone logs
       through January 13, 1997.

A-2:   Provides phone logs of follow-up calls to cormrienters to the Phase IV LDR Second
       Supplemental Proposed Rule.

A-3:   Contains information provided by treaters on the time needed to make modifications to
       stabilization treatment systems to meet proposed treatment standards.

A-4:   Memo from Robert Finkel, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection,
       April 17, 1998.

A-5:   Summary of conference call with Rollins, May 16, 1996.

A-6:   Summary of meeting with Brush Wellman, May 23,  1996.

A-7:   Summary of meeting with representatives of Chemical Waste Management, Inc. to
       discuss comments and data related to Phase IV, May 23, 1996.

A-8:   Summary of minutes of representatives of lead recovery from batteries, April 30, 1996.

A-9:   Provides phone log of calls to TSDs who stabilize D008 and other TC metal hazardous
       wastes, May 13, 1996.

A-10:  Comments from American Foundrymen's Society, Inc, August 2, 1996.

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           Appendix A-l ANALYSIS OF AVAILABLE STABILIZATION
                             CAPACITY FOR PHASE IV WASTES


        This appendix describes the information the Agency collected from selected treaters
 on available stabilization capacity for Phase IV mineral processing and TC metal wastes.  The
 appendix is divided into three parts. Section 1.0 provides 2n overview of the Agency's
 approach, Section 1.2 summarizes the results, and Section i.3 provides phone logs.

 1.0    Approach

        The Agency's  approach for evaluating available stabilization capacity for Phase IV TC
 metal and mineral processing wastes involved six main steps:

        1.     Develop interview guide;
        2.     Identify interviewees (e.g., commenters);
        3.     Conduct preliminary interviews for a few interviewees;
        4.     Modify interview guide to address problem areas identified in conducting
              preliminary interviews;
        5.     Finish interviews; and
        6.     Incorporate other information and conduct follow-up activities.

        In Steps 1 and  2, EPA developed a preliminary interview guide and identified several
 commercial treaters and organizations who submitted comments to the proposed Phase FV
 rule.1  Also, some treaters were identified from BRS data reviews2 and previous
 interviews.3  In Step 3, EPA conducted a few preliminary interviews and, based on the
 results, refined the draft interview guide to clarify questions and target key areas.  The final
 phone interview guide used questions such as the following (individually tailored somewhat
 depending on data supplied previously):

        1.     How much waste do you treat?  How much of this  waste is hazardous, as
              defined  under RCRA (i.e., RCRA Subtitle C wastes)? How much of the waste
              that your facility receives is non-hazardous, as defined under RCRA (i.e.,
              RCRA Subtitle D wastes)? How much  treatment capacity is commercial and
              how much  is captive (i.e., your own company's)? Do you treat Phase IV
              mineral  processing and TC metal wastes? If not, do you plan to treat these
              wastes in the future?

       2.     Approximately what percentage of the Phase IV wastes that you treat are
              treated on site at your facility and what percentage  is treated off site at the
              generator's facility (e.g., large volumes  of mineral processing wastes)?  What
              percentage  of the wastes that you accept for treatment is part of a treatment
     These treaters were interviewed as follow-up to comments and thus did not count toward the limited number
of non-federal employees who can be contacted pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act
    Tlaghuvan, Raghu, and Jim Laurenson, Memorandum to Bill Kline and C. Pan Lee: Status Report on the
Available Capacity Assessment for TC Metal and Mineral Processing Wastes. ICF Inc., June 1996.
    3Schwartz, Stephan. Memorandum to Stan Moore and Suzanne Wade: Phone Calls to TSDs Who Stabilize D008
and Other TC-metal Hazardous Wastes. Versar Inc., May 1996.

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              train that began on a generator's facility (e.g., combustion at generator's site
              followed by stabilization of residuals at your facility site)?

       3.     What quantity (T/yr) of these Phase IV wastes can be treated to proposed UTS
              off site or at your facility at the present time and what quantity cannot? What
              quantity (T/yr) of these Phase IV wastes can be  treated to UTS off site or at
              your facility in the future (please specify time period (e.g., within one year))'?

       4.     Would there be any problems treating to individual standards? Would there be
              any problems when constituents are in a mixed constituent Phase IV waste
              stream (e.g., mixed metals)?  With organic UHCs?  Why? What waste streams
              (please specify waste codes), if any, do you expect will cause you to make
              modifications in your treatment processes?  What quantity (T/yr)  of the total
              Phase IV wastes that you treat do  these wastestreams comprise?

       5.     How extensive and difficult to implement would the modifications to your
              treatment processes be?  How much time would be necessary for modifications
              to your treatment processes?

       6.     How much of which kind of additional Phase IV wastes (e.g., one of the
              wastes that may be problematic) can your facility treat? When?

       7.     Can you provide data to support any of the  above answers?

       EPA then conducted follow-up activities to fill in data gaps. To  assess difficulties in
meeting concentration levels, for example, EPA asked the  contacts about the feasibility of
meeting several hypothetical values.

       Questions were faxed when requested, and follow-up calls were made through January
13, 1997.

12    Results

       Exhibit 1 summarizes several observations that can be made from the results  of this
data gathering effort  These results are discussed in more  detail below:

Overall treatment capacity
              All facilities treat TC metal or de-Bevilled mineral processing wastes.

              Ten facilities-Environmental Enterprises, Environmental Quality, EnviroSafe,
              GNI, Heritage Environmental  Services, PDC, Rollins, and both of the CWM
              facilities-conduct 100 percent  of the treatment on site at their facility. One
              facility, Environmental Technologies, Inc., conducts about half of its treatment
              off site.

              Current treatment at facilities  ranges from 15,000 tons/year to 300,000
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              tons/year.

              Current available capacity of facilities ranges from 140,000 tons/year to
              1,159,000 tons/year.
 Modifications to treatment processes
              All but the smallest two4 treaters interviewed-both of the Chemical Waste
              Management (CWM) facilities, Environmental Quality, Environmental
              Technologies, Inc., EnviroSafe, GNI, LWD Inc., PDC, and Rollins
              Environmental Services-commented that no modifications would need to be
              made to their treatment processes or minimal time (e.g., four weeks) is required
              for very minor modifications.  Environmental Enterprises and Heritage
              Environmental Services noted that it may take two to five years, primarily due
              to changing their permits.

              Most facilities commented that  the exact time needed and difficulty to
              implement changes in treatment processes will vary depending on the degree of
              changes.

              Both of the CWM facilities noted that it would cost approximately $1,000 per
              waste stream to develop new treatment recipes.
Additional treatment needed
             Both of the Chemical Waste Management (CWM) facilities, Environmental
             Enterprises, GNI, and Heritage Environmental Services gave a range of 20 to
             100 percent of their TC metal waste streams that have constituents above TC
             or UTS levels that require additional treatment.

             Heritage Environmental Services and GNI noted that meeting the original
             proposed standard for cadmium would require treatment modification because it
             is difficult to stabilize it hi a mixed constituent waste stream.

             Heritage Environmental Services and CWM hi Carlyss, LA indicated that
             meeting the original proposed standard for lead would require treatment
             modification because it is difficult to stabilize it hi a mixed constituent waste
             stream and leaching rates vary depending on pH.

             GNI, Rollins Environmental Services, and CWM in Carlyss, LA indicated that
             meeting the original proposed standard for selenium would require treatment
             modifications because it is hard to stabilize it in a mixed constituent waste
             stream and leaching rates vary depending on pH.

             Heritage Environmental Services, Rollins Environmental Services and CWM hi
             Carlyss, LA indicated that meeting the original proposed standard for
    Un terms of known or estimated utilized or available capacity.
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chromium would require treatment modifications because it is hard to stabilize
it in a mixed constituent waste stream and leaching rates vary depending on
PH.

Three facilities noted that treating organic UHCs would require treatment
modifications.  Heritage Environmental  Services will incinerate those waste
streams while Environmental Enterprises and PDC will send it to another
facility for treatment. Two facilities-Environmental Quality and LWD Inc.-
specifically stated that organic UHCs can be readily treated to UTS.
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                                                            EXHIBIT 1

                                                  SUMMARY OF PHONE LOO RESULTS

Treater
Chemical Watt* Management
Cartyss. LA
Chemical Watt* Management
Oakbrook. IL
Environmental Enterprises
Environmental Quality, Inc.
Detroit. Ml
Envrlonmenlal Technologies, Inc.
King of Pruttla. PA
EnvlroSafe
ONI (Oltpotal Syttemt)
Deer Park. TX
HerHege Envrionmental Services
Indianapolis, IN
LWD Inc.
C.rvert Ctty. KV
PDC
Peoria. IL
Rolllnt Environmental Servlcet
Deer Trail. CO
aEPA ettlmat*

Degree of 1
Time
Minimal
Bmlht
3-5 yr»(du* to
permit

Minimal
4 whs
Minimal
Minimal
2yra
Minimal
Minimal
Minimal

bFrom 1993 BR3.

Jlfficurty
Coil
waste
stream;
additional $5-
20/ton
Initial I1000/
watte Stream












Maximum Pralk
On site
200.000 gal/dy
(234.000 tons/yr*)


360,000-450.000
tons/yr
70.000 tons/yr
1SO.OOO-200.000
tons/yr
1.159.000 tons/yr



200,000 tons/yr



:al Capacity
OH sit*




70.000 tons/yr









Utilized Capacity


1 5.000 lons/yr
300.000 tons/yr

Ohio: I.OOOtons/dy
(260.000 tons/yr*)
Idaho: 100.000 tons/yr
333.000 wet tons of
liquid wastes/yr
2.400 tons of soNda/yr
29.800 ton tV
38.962 tons In 1095
41.557lons/yi*
100.000-125.000
lons/yr



Need for Other
Treatment
75% Incinerated
to meet organic
LDRs
Incineration of
organic*
Incineration of
organlcs

Low-level
radloactlvo/TC
metal wettes
Organic UHCs

Incineration of
organic UHCs

Prior treatment of
organic UHCs
Send selenium-
bearing wastes off
sK*


Additional TfMtman NMHori i'nr-
Ind
Cd
—




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Pb
X
X





X





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X
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X
X





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X





Mixed
Constituents
X
X




X
X
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x

X


X

X

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        Phone Logs
                                  Appendix A-2
        Mr. Chuck Grant
        Environmental Manager
        Chemical Waste Management
        Location: Cartyss, LA
        Phone: 318-583-3774
        Fax: 318-583-4615
        Interview conducted by: Gillian Foster
        Date of interview: August 23,1996

        Mr. Grant responded that their facility does treat Phase IV wastes, and plans on
 continuing  treatment in the future.  Approximately  25 percent of the  wastes are treated
 to LDR standards, while 75 percent  of the wastes are incinerated to meet  organic LDRs,
 but need metals  stabilization.   Approximately  200,000 gallons/day of waste can be treated
 to UTS on site at the facility.  Their facility will need to implement  modifications to the
 types and  quantities of reagents  needed  to treat various waste types in their stabilization
 facility. The time needed to modify recipes for treatment  should be minima]   They
 estimate that  it will cost approximately $1000 per waste stream to develop new recipes.
 It is also estimated to increase treatment  costs from $5  to $20 per ton.  Approximately 20
 to 30 percent  of TC metal  only waste streams  have constituent  concentrations   above TC
 or UTS levels  that would require additional or modified treatment.  For these  waste
 streams, meeting  individual standards for selenium, chromium, and lead are going to be
 problematic.  They recommend that  die limit be set at 3.0 ppm TCLP for all three
 metals.  They will not be able  to treat TC metal-only wastes with organic UHCs because
 of Subpart  CC.
       Mr. Mitch Hahn
       Chemical Waste Management
       Location: Oakbrook,IL
       Phone: 630-572-8800
       Interview conducted by: Gafl Shaw
       Date of interview: September 10,1996
       Date of foDow-up interview: January 2,1997

       Mr. Hahn responded  that only hazardous waste is received for treatment  at their
facility, and Phase IV wastes are treated.   Treatment is 100 percent on site.  They have
fixed stabilization tanks at their landfills  The  quantity of Phase IV wastes that can be
treated  to UTS depends on the treatment  method.  Approximately  70 to 80 percent of
the wastes can meet the lower UTS levels for  metals, while 20 to 30 percent  will require
development  of new treatment recipes (e.g.,different ratios of stabilization agents). Of
these 20-30%, 5-10% can not meet the lower standards  and will not be accepted  by this
facility. Applying UHC  standards will increase the metal bearing waste streams going to
incinerators  (i.e., for organics), but there  is ample capacity.  There  will be problems
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  treating  some of the  wastes to individual standards.  Difficulties with a mixed constituent
  waste stream depend on the metals,  which have different  stabilization levels and varying
  rates of leaching depending on pH.  The facility does not know exactly what the impact
  of organic  UHC  will be on metal bearing  waste streams because  those waste streams
  have never needed  to be  identified.  There will be no modifications  made  to the physical
  treatment process., .However, all of the  waste codes  with  lowered treatment  levels will
  need to have thier treatment recipies looked  at to determine if any  modifications  need
  made.  The difficulty of implementing modifications  will vary depending  on the difficulty
  of changes.  First, a  bench-scale  test  will be performed in the lab (requiring  several  days),
 then at  the production level. It could take approximately  6 months  to implement  recipe
 modifications depending  on when the facility receives the  waste streams.  The  estimated
 cost  is SlOOO/profile  to re-evaluate  and develop a new recipe.   Refer to the comments on
 the proposed rule submitted  to EPA for supportive data.

       In a follow-up call, Mr.  Hahn  said that they will not have  to change any of their
 actual physical processes.   The lower the standards are, the more difficult  it will be to
 modify the  recipes.  He noted  that meeting the hypothetical UTS levels for barium
 (D005),  chromium (D007), lead (D008), selenium (D010), antimony, nickel, thallium  and
 vanadium would be easier  than what was proposed in the August 1995 proposed rule.
 Only minor modifications  to the  treatment  recipes, requiring several weeks, may be
 needed.  The facility is working on new data.
       Mr. Gary Davis
       Vice President
       Environmental Enterprises
       Phone: 513-541-1823
       Fax: 513-541-1638
       Interview conducted by: Gail Shaw
       Date of interview: September 23,1996
       Date of follow-up interview: January 7,1997

       Mr. Davis responded that their facility treats approximately  15,000 tons/year.
Approximately 50 percent is hazardous,  while the other 50 percent is non-hazardous.  He
noted that 100 percent of treatment  capacity is commercial.  They treat  Phase IV wastes;
100 percent are treated  on she at the  facility, and no wastes are part of a treatment train.
Less than 50 percent of these  Phase IV wastes  can be treated to UTS at the present
time. In the future, Mr. Davis estimated it could take three  to five years to be able to
treat to UTS  (primarily  because the permit would need to be changed).   He noted that
generally  there would be no problems  treating to individual standards.  Treating a mixed
constituent waste stream that  has no organic UHCs is not problematic; however, treating
a mixed constituent  waste stream with organics will be difficult. They will need to be
sent off site to an incinerator.   Mr. Davis could not estimate what modifications, if any,
would need to be made  to treatment  processes.  He estimated it could take several years,
primarily  due  to changing the  permit  for part B.  The facility can  accept  very little or no
additional Phase  IV wastes because they are currently close  to capacity.  The facility can

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  provide  supporting data if requested.

        In a follow-up call, Mr. Davis noted that meeting the hypothetical  UTS levels for
  barium (D005), chromium (D007), and lead  (D008) would  require modifications to both
  the treatment  process  and the treatment recipes.  Each  constituent  would require six
  months to one year to implement  the changes.  Meeting the UTS levels for antimony and
  vanadium would need  modifications to  their  treatment recipes, requiring  one  year to
  implement.  The proposed UTS level for cadmium (D006)  could not be met  by the
  facility.  Those waste streams  would have to  be sent off site for treatment.  Mr. Davis
  noted that a UTS  level of 0.20 mg/L for cadmhrm would not be achievable; however, a
  UTS level of 0.50 mg/L could be met.
       Mr. Scott Maris
       Technical Manager
       Environmental Quality
       Location: Detroit, MI
       Phone: 313-699-6230
       Fax: 313-699-3499
       Interview conducted by: Gail Shaw
       Date of interview: September 17, 1996
       Date of follow-up interview: January 8, 1997

       Mr. Maris responded  that their facility treats 300,000 tons/year.  Approximately 50
percent is hazardous, while the other 50 percent is non-hazardous.  He noted that  100
percent of the treatment capacity is commercial.  They do treat  Phase IV waste; 100
percent of what is received on site is treated, and no percentage  of the wastes are  part of
a treatment  train. All of the Phase IV wastes  can be treated to UTS at the  present time
and the same is expected in the future.  The facility expects no problems treating to
individual standards  or a mixed constituent  waste stream.   Also, there  will be no
problems  treating organic UHCs; their facility uses the  process of chemical oxidation,
with bleach  being a common oxident.  No modifications will need made  to the treatment
process.  The facility can accept  another 20-50 percent  of additional Phase IV wastes,
increasing available capacity to 360,000-450,000tons/year.
       In mt+*m£  the hypothetical  UTS levels, Mr. Maris confirmed in a folio?/ up call
that  the  facility would have no difficulties.  The levels are all the same or higher than the
UTS levels they are currently meeting.
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              Mr. Terry FarreU
              Heritage Environmental Services
              Location: Indianapolis, IN
              Phone: 317-486-2726
              Fax: 317-249-2046
              Interview conducted by: Gillian Foster
              Date of interview: August 20,1996
              Date of follow-up interview: Left message January 8

              Mr. FarreU responded  that  their facility does not treat a significant volume of de-
       Bevilled wastes, if at all, and  they do not accept TC organic waste streams.
       Approximately  60 percent  of the wastes they stabilize  are generated  by their on she
       treatment  facility. This facility treats plating wastes, acids, and caustic liquid wastes
       through metals precipitation  and treatment.   The treated wastewater  is then  filtered in a
       filter press that generates a liquid, which is  discharged to a sewer, and a filter cake, which
       is stabilized and disposed in a landfill.  About 40 percent of their waste stream is filter
       cake that  arrives  from off she for stabilization and  disposal.  In order to meet the UTS
       for underlying organics, the facility has two  options: I) pre-screen waste materials against
       organics and  refuse  those waste streams; 2) undergo a 'significant facility expansion" by
       adding a treatment  process  to the treatment  train that will address organics (e.g.,
       chemical oxidation, or thermal treatment).   The second  option could take two years for
       the permit modification approval  process, engineering, and construction. The time
       period  would depend upon  the  type of permit modification that  is required  (e.g.,Class I,
       n, or ffl).   Almost 100 percent  of the TC metal waste streams have  constituent
       concentrations above TC or UTS  levels that would require  additional or modified
       treatment.   Metals with organic UHCs  are problematic at this facility. Their process is
       geared  towards handling characteristic  metals only.  At the least, additional  analytical
       expense would  incur.  Mr. Farrell  believes that Phase  IV would  force waste streams to
       incineration because  many waste metal waste streams  would need to be incinerated  for
       the organic UHCs.   In a mixed  constituent  waste stream, nickel  is the hardest constituent
       to stabilize.  Lead, chromium, and cadmium  follow nickel hi stabilization difficulty.
       Cyanides present  in  the filter cake received  from off she could require oxidation or
       chlorinating to meerlhe  UTS.
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        Ms. Kim Knotts
        Environmental Coordinator
        LWDInc.
        Location: Calvert City, KY
        Phone: 502-395-8313
        Fax: 502-395-8153
        Interview conducted by: Gail Shaw
        Date of interview: September 17,1996
        Date of follow-up interview: January 2,1997

        Ms. Knotts  responded that in 199S, their facility treated 35,320 tons of hazardous
 waste through incineration.  Another  10 percent  was non-hazardous.  Additionally, 3,642
 tons of hazardous  waste and non-hazardous waste was treated  through  chemical
 stabilization (35 percent  being  non-hazardous).  She noted that 99 percent of the
 treatment  capacity is commercial. The facility does  treat Phase IV waste;  100 percent
 can be treated  to UTS at the present time and the same is expected  in the future.  The
 facility expects no  problems treating to individual standards.  There will be also be no
 problem treating organic UHCs;  the facility will vary their stabilization process, using
 different chemicals to drive off the organics.  Treatment  problems may occur with mixed
 metals.  No modifications will need to  be made to the treatment  process, except minor
 changes in stabilization processes for mixed metals.  A few weeks will be necessary for
 these minor modifications.

       In a follow-up call, Ms. Knotts noted that  the facility has not tried to meet  levels
 as restrictive as the hypothetical UTS levels.
       Mr. Mark Rein
       Assistant VF Of Environmental Affairs
       PDC
       Location: Peoria, EL
       Phone: 309-688-0760
       Fax: 309-688-6801
       Interview conducted by: Gafl Shaw
       Date of interview: September 17,1996
       Date of follow-up interview: January 2,1997

       Mr. Rein responded that the facility receives  only hazardous waste for treatment.
Phase  IV wastes (30-40 percent  of the waste stream) are treated;  100 percent of wastes
received on site are treated.   Approximately 30-40 percent  of the  waste stream is pan of
a treatment  train.  He noted  that 90 percent of Phase IV wastes can  be treated  to  UTS
at the  present time and  the same is expected in the  future.  No problems are expected in
treating to individual standards  or a mixed constituent waste stream.  There  will be a
problem with organic UHCs.  Their facility does not have the capability to treat UHCs.
They are treated off site at another facility prior to being received at this facility. No
modifications  will be made to the treatment  process. Refer to the comments on the
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 August 1995 proposed rule submitted  to EPA for supporting  data.

        In meeting  the hypothetical  UTS levels, Mr. Rein  commented that the facility
 would  have no difficulties except with lead (D008).  For this constituent,  the treatment
 recipes would need to be modified, requiring approximately  one month.
       Mr. Richard Groodin
       Technical Manager
       Rollins Environmental Services
       Location: Deer Trail, CO
       Phone: 970-386-2293
       Fax: 970-386-2262
       Interview conducted by: Gillian Foster
       Date of interview: August 21,1996
       Date of follow-up interview: January 10,1997

       Mr.  Grondin responded  that 1 percent of their facilities' total waste stream is de-
Bevilled wastes.  Approximately  50 percent  of the total waste stream is TC for metals
only wastes. The facility does not conduct off site treatment,  only on site at the facility.
Twenty percent of its solid waste stream is comprised  of incinerator residuals received
from off site.   Rollins provides stabilisation, chemical  precipitation,  chemical  reduction,
chemical oxidation, and on she disposal in a Subtitle C landfill.  The facility presently
receives approximately 100,000 tons to 125,000 tons per year of waste that can be treated
to UTS.  The tool capacity at the facility is approximately 200,000 tons per year.
Approximately 99 percent of the waste stream is solid waste and only 1 percent is liquid
waste. Treating selenium (D010) through stabilization to UTS  is impossible at this
facility. They generally exclude  waste  streams  with high concentrations  of
selenium—currently five to ten tons per year.  DO 10 wastes comprise less than  1 percent
of the total  waste treated  at the facility. The  UTS level for selenium is unachievable due
to several factors: 1)-selenium is an emphoteric metal; it is teachable in many matrices at
both low and  high pHs; 2) selenium cannot be reduced or oxidized efficiently;  3) the
optimum pH for selenium stabilization  is between 6 and 7. However, at pH 6-7, all other
TC metals  will readily leach from the matrix at levels above the TCLP and UTS
standards.   As a result, many selenium bearing wastes are sent  to Canada for disposal.
Mr. Gyndin believed that the Phase IV LDRs would result in more D010 waste shipped
to Canada  for disposal.  In treating chromium  (D007), the facility will have to  increase
the amount  of reagent used, thus increasing the cost.  D007 wastes comprise 10 percent
of the total  waste stream.  Generally though, no extensive modifications  to the treatment
processes  wiUbe necessary. Except for selenium, there should  be no problem  treating all
other TC metal wastes and de-Bevilled wastes to UTS.

       In meeting the hypothetical UTS levels, Mr. Grondin commented that the facility
would have  no difficulties except with  selenium (DO 10), which could not be treated.  For
this constituent, he noted  that a UTS level of 5.7 would be achievable.
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        Mr. Joseph DeSipio and Mr. Rick Valiga
        Principal
        Environmental Technologies, Inc.
        Location: King of Prussia, PA
        Phone: 610-354-9050
        Fax: 610-354-9851
        Interview conducted by: Gillian Foster and Gail Shaw
        Date of interview: August 27,1996
        Date of follow-up interview: January 2,1997

        Mr. DeSipio responded that the facility treats  65 percent  de-Devilled wastes and
 25 percent TC metals.  They  also treat a small amount of biological wastes.  The  facility
 uses a three-phase  treatment  system consisting of physical sizing, chemical leaching with
 acids and reagents, and  liquids processing.  They extract metals out of the aqueous waste
 stream into usable concentrations  that are  sent to industrial  processing facilities. The
 wastewater is neutralized and discharged into the  sewer.  Solid waste residue is then
 returned  to the soil.  In  general, approximately 50 percent of the wastes  treated are
 treated off site and 50 percent are treated  on site. The  interviewee  believed that  the
 percentage of wastes  accepted at the facility that is part of a treatment train begun at the
 generator 's facility is  low.  The interviewee estimated  that the facility could provide
 70,000 tons annually of off site capacity  and 70,000 tons annually of on site capacity for
 typical metal  wastes.  The  only problematic  waste stream is  TC metal wastes that  are also
 low-level radioactive wastes.   The  facility does not currently  treat these wastes.  However,
 Mr. DeSipio  indicated that the facility is planning  to treat  them in the future.  The plant
 would need 4 weeks to be retrofitted to accept low-level radioactive/TC  metal  wastes.
 The de-watering systems for the soils that pass through would need to be expanded  to
 handle incresed quantities. The facility can accept almost no additional  Phase  IV wastes.
 They expect all individual standards to be met.

       In a follow-up  call, Mr. Valiga said that the facility would have no difficulties
 meeting the hypothetical UTS levels.  He noted  in particular that antimony, beryllium,
 nickel, thallium, vanadium, and  zinc would create  no  treatment  difficulties because they
 are easily  soluble.   --
       Mr. Kod Bartchy
       Vice President of Public Affairs
       EnviroSafe
       Phone: 1-800-523-0781, ezL 5470
       Fax: 215-956-5438
       Interview conducted by: Gail Shaw
       Date of interview: September 25,1996
       Date of follow-up interview: January 13,1997

       Mr. Bartchy commented that their facility in Ohio treats 1,000 tons/day of
primarily hazardous waste, depending  on the level  of business.  20,000 tons/year of

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 capacity is available for Phase IV wastes.  The facility in Idaho has the design capacity to
 treat  up to  110,000 tons/year of primarily hazardous  waste.  The facility usually treats  less
 than 50,000 tons/year  in terms of actual  receipts.  40,000 tons/year of capacity is available
 for Phase IV  wastes.  He noted  that 100 percent of treatment  capacity is commercial.
 They do treat Phase IV TC metal wastes;  100 percent of Phase IV wastes are treated  on
 site at the facility, and a minority of wastes may  be pan of a treatment train.  Most of
 these Phase IV wastes meet the UTS at the present  time, and would not  be a problem in
 the future.  There would be no problems treating to  individual standards  or treating a
 mixed constituent  waste stream.   However, the facility can not treat  organic UHCs. No
 modifications  will need made to the treatment  process except  perhaps minor additive
 changes.  Mr. Bartchy estimated  the facilities could currently accept  another 150,000-
 200,000 tons of additional  Phase  IV wastes.  The facility can provide  supporting  data if
 requested.

        In a follow-up call, Mr. Bartchy said that  the facility would have no difficulties
 meeting  the hypothetical  UTS levels.
       Mr. Warren Norris
       Sales Manager
       GNI (Disposal Systems)
       Location: Deer Park, TX
       Phone:713-930-0350
       Fax: 713-930-2511
       Interview conducted by: Gillian Foster
       Date of interview: August 21,1996
       Date of follow-up interview: Left messages January 2 and January 8,1997

       Mr. Norris responded that their facility treats  mineral processing wastes and
wastes that fail the  TC  metals  only.  The facility does not conduct off site treatment,  only
on site at the facility."None of the wastes are pretreated  before r^rhnrg the site.  The
facility accepts liquid wastes that undergo oil removal (reclaimed for heat value),
dewatering, and  filtration.  The liquid phase is deep well injected. The facility holds a
no-migration petition variance.  The solid phase  is gtahiiir^ on sjte  or shipped  off site
for incineration.  The facility manages  333,000 wet tons of liquid wastes before treatment
per year.  The facility has a capacity of l,159,000tons per year.  The facility also
manages 2,400 tens of solids per year. All volumes are approximate.  None of the waste
streams  will cause the facility to make  modifications  in their treatment process.
Approximately 50-75 percent  of TC metal waste streams have constituent concentrations
above TC  or UTS levels. Mr. Norris expects  that all TC and UTS standards  will be able
to be met  for die TC metal waste streams.  He noted that radtnnim  stabilization is
difficult, although not impossible.  Selenium does not stabilize well,  and arsenic  is very
soluble  and leaches readily.  The facility handles arsenic  by mixing the waste  with
aqueous  wastes or water and then  deep wells the arsenic containing  liquid phase.
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                                      Stabilization
                                      Phone Logs

 Mr. Mitch Hahn
 Waste Management
 Location: Oakbrook, IL
 Phone: 630-218-1612
 Interview conducted by: Maribelle Rodriguez, Jay Doraiswamy
 Date of interview: November 4,1997

 Mr. Hahn noted that except for selenium and antimony, all other metal standards (proposed in the
 2nd supplemental) can be readily met with the existing stabilization system, and would not
 require any modifications.  He informed that the maximum stabilization capacity is
 approximately 500,000 tons/year. Though he did not have the actual utilization capacity, he
 stated that currently they are not operating anywhere close to the maximum capacity.

 Mr. Henry Springer, Jr.
 Mill Service
 Location: Yukon, PA
 Phone: 412-722-3500
 Interview conducted by: Jay Doraiswamy
 Date of interview: November 4,1997
 Date of follow-up interview: December 9,1997

 Mr. Springer stated that the proposed metal  standards (2nd supplemental) can be met readily for
 all metals except beryllium. He also stated that beryllium containing waste streams account for a
 very small fraction of their total waste streams. He stated that they sometimes encounter
 treatability difficulties with mixed metal waste streams, such as streams  containing cadmium and
 lead, but with necessary modifications in the stabilization system, they could treat these metals to
 the proposed standards. Mr. Springer noted that they have a maximum stabilization treatment
 capacity of approximately 230,000 tons/year and are currently utilizing about 62,000 tons per
 year of treatment capacity.  Mr. Springer stated that their facility would not require any
 modifications to the infrastructure of the stabilization systems and would require only changes in
 the chemical reagents and their ratios, and therefore, would be able to complete any necessary
 modifications to the stabilization treatment systems within a 90 day time period to comply with
 the proposed UTS for the TC metals.

 In a follow-up call, Mr. Springer said that the facility would have no problems in meeting the
treatment standards proposed in the second supplemental proposal. In order to meet these
 standards, they will need to make minor modifications to the treatment recipes, requiring less
than 90 days. He also indicated that the facility is operating at maximum capacity, that is 888
tons/day. The treatment capacity is limited by the number of trucks permitted to use the access

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road to the facility to transport hazardous waste (i.e., 37 trucks per day) and the amount of waste
that the trucks can transport (i.e., 24 tons per day).
Mr. Scott Kuhn
Laidlaw Environmental Services
Location: Pinewood, SC
Phone: 803-933-4305
Interview conducted by: Maribelle Rodriguez, Jay Doraiswamy
Date of interview: November 4,1997

Mr. Kuhn stated that they can readily meet the proposed treatment standards for all the metals
through stabilization.  He stated that they are using a stabilization processes called Super D Tox
to treat the TC metals. He stated that any necessary modifications to the stabilization system can
be readily made (in less than 90 days) to meet the proposed treatment standards for the TC
metals. He stated that currently they are successfully treating the most difficult to treat wastes
(such as the K061 wastes containing 13 different metals) through stabilization and, therefore, do
not expect any problems with the revised TC metals treatment standards.  Mr. Kuhn stated that
their facility currently has a maximum stabilization treatment capacity of approximately 1.3
million tons per year and is currently only utilizing about 312,000  tons per year.

Mr. David Case
Environmental Technology Council
Location: Washington B.C.
Phone:202-783-0870
Interview conducted by: Maribelle Rodriguez, Jay Doraiswamy
Date of interview: November 4,1997

Mr. Case stated that none of their member facilities have any problems with treating the TC
metal and mineral processing wastes to the proposed treatment standards. He stated that even
complex waste streams can be treated to the proposed treatment standards using a well-run
treatment system.  He noted that ETC has collected data from five  separate sites around the
country representing a wide variety of wastes and the treatment performance data shows that the
proposed treatment standards can be readily achieved (this data was provided by ETC in
response to the second supplemental proposal). He agreed to survey ETC's members and collect
additional information on stabilization capacity, if a written request is made to ETC.
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                                Appendix A-3
                         FACSIMILE MESSAGE

 TO:         Jay Doraiswamy, ICF Consulting Group   FAX: 703/934-3740

 FROM-      Name:           G>*.+*4   MefaiUr	

             Title:            y7.1?.  - gnunWirnemf-«4.

             Company:    	^
             Telephone:     6*r-»yS- gS/3     Fax:

DATE:       November J4> 1997

RE:     •     Rgiponsc to fiPA Information Request

      This (facsimile responds to your inquiry to the Environmental Technology Council
regarding commercial capacity for stabilization treatment of TC-metal wastes to meet the
proposed treatment standards in the LDR Phase IV rule.

      In general, modifications can be made to stabilization treatment systems, if
necessary, within 90 days to meet the proposed treatment standards for TC metal wastes.
This is shown by the following example of the average time periods for stabilization of
metal wastes based oo our experience:

Time needed to characterize the waste.	2_
Time needed to determine the stabilization process:  Z.  -b>  -4
Time needed For conducting bench-scale tests:     Z.  -fa   4
Time needed to modify stabilization system:   f -N>  2. u)ge^k^5

Time after waste receipt to complete stabilization:  2
Other information showing that treatment system modifications, if any, can be done
within a short amount of time: __ -
Maximum treatment capacity for stabilization:

Average utilized capacity:    \o*/0
      If EPA has any further questions, please contact the respondent.

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                                    APPENDIX A-4
    MEMO from Robert Finkel, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

State Contact:      Robert Finkel
Phone:              (717)783-9183
Email:              finkel.robert@al .dep.state.pa.us
Department:         Bureau of Waste Management, PA DEP
Response Received:  April 17, 1998

•      Mill Service - Bulger is a closed facility that treats multi-source leachate generated on-
       site.  They have a treatment for the on-site treatment.

•      Mill Service - Yukon is permitted for 402.584 tons.  They may divide this capacity
       between inorganic treatment and stabilization. In 1997, they received 13,054 tons for
       inorganic treatment (M071, M077) and 37,434 for stabilization. The general trend has
       been decreasing inorganic treatment as steel mill waste has diminished or is otherwise
       being recycled, and an increase in stabilization, mainly of contaminated soils. (1995:
       46,850 M07X; 28,730 Ml 11)

•      Envirite is permitted for 83,311 tons, as with Mill Service, all for inorganic treatment
       which they can divide between inorganic treatment and stabilization. Envirite received
       25,000 tons for aqueous inorganic treatment in 1997 (30,257 in 1995) and 9,500 tons for
       stabilization (39,542 in 1995). They also began sending waste off-site for reclamation in
       1997 (8,215 tons) which would have been stabilized in previous years.

•      Republic Environmental is permitted for 94,740 tons organic/inorganic treatment (they
       only do inorganic), 109,000 tons stabilization and 90,223  tons other treatment.  They
       received 5,681 tons for other treatment and 9,660 for stabilization in 1995. (1997 totals
       are not yet available)
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                                     Appendix A-5
 MEMORANDUM
 FROM:      C. Pan Lee, Environmental Scientist
              EPA/OSWER/OSW/HWMMD/AIB

 TO:          The RCRA Docket

 SUBJECT:    Conference Call Summary regarding Treatment for Selenium Wastes

 DATE:       2:30-3 :40pm, May 16, 1996,
 Participants in Conference Call:
       Anita Cummins, EPA/OSW/Waste Treatment Branch
       Jose Labiosa, EPA/OSW/Waste Treatment Branch
       C. Pan Lee, EPA/OSW/Analysis and Information Branch
       Mike Fusco, Rollins Environmental, Inc., Tel. (302)426-3471
       Richard Grondin, Technical Manager, Rollins' Highway 36, Tel. (970)386-2293
       Steve Schneider, Laboratory Manager, Rollins' Highway 36
       Royce McDonald, Rollins' Highway 36

       Rollins expressed concerns of achievability of the proposed universal treatment standard
 (UTS) for TC selenium. The mingled selenium waste streams Rollins' Highway 36 accepts are
 from incineration ash and slag and contaminated soil (including D, F, and K waste codes
 residuals from organic waste streams, soil and debris contaminated with D codes containing
 different metals). They claimed they are still not able to find appropriate agents for stabilization
 to treat selenium to its  UTS.

       They received about 20 to 30 tons per day of incineration ash from Rollins facilities but
 have rejected the wastes with high selenium concentrations. They will try to find out the sources
 of selenium in the mixed waste streams received. They would provide us with design
 stabilization capacity data in the permit and a list of waste codes permitted to treat (Please see the
 attached . Their projecting utilized stabilization capacity for 1996 is about 1 10,000 to 120,000
tons. Rollins also has Subtitle C landfills and stabilization on the sites (?) in Louisiana and
Texas, but they are mainly for captive usage and Rollins did not foresee any plan to open these
 landfills for commercial activities. Waste Treatment Branch also mentioned the stabilization
 technologies used by Laidlaw-USPCI and Envirorite can meet selenium UTS.  A side question
for arsenic was also asked: Highway 36 does not accept arsenic-containing organometalic wastes
but can treat (stabilize) other types of arsenic wastes and meet UTS for arsenic.

       Attached please find the waste treatment of selenium and stabilization capacity data
submitted by Highway 36 on May 17, 1996..
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 PHONE LOG

 TO:         The RCRA Docket

 FROM:      C. Pan Lee
             EPA/OSW/HWMMD/AIB

 SUBJECT:   Clarification for the Information Submitted by Rollins

 CONTACT:  MikeFusco                                          DRAFT
             Director of Environmental Affairs                       *^ *^ " •  •
             Rollins Environmental Services (RES)
             Tel: (302)426-3471

 DATE of PHONE CALL:   May 29,1996

       RES confirms that the CBI for incineration capacity submitted by RES on May 7, 1996 is
 annualized data. Among the information provided, Rollins Rotary Reactor (RRR) is a long
 rotary kiln with a lifter (a bucket like) inside for feeding sand and soil to the kiln. It is a fluidized
 rotary kiln and designed for low BTU materials such as soils. Generally RES blends solids and
 soil/debris in the mixing building (pits tank) and the mixture directly goes to feeding harper in
 front of kiln. Soil/debris usually come to RES by rolloff container or trailer.

       Also, RES stated hi their comment hi response to LDR Phase IV proposed rule (published
 August 2,1995) that EPA did not include ECOVA in the available combustion capacity . Per
 phone conversation RES expressed that ECOVA is not one of RES's subsidiaries, but they know
 ECOVA has a fluidized bed kiln for treating low BTU solid and was originally bought by
 Amoco for treating K048-K052,  F037 and F038. Now it is operated by Clean Harbor (but RES
did not know who is the owner),  RES also mentioned that ECOVA is a relatively small
commercial facility. (The contact in ECOVA is: Paul Aheorn, tel: 617-849-1800 although RES is
not positive about this information.)
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                                 Appendix A-6
 MEMORANDUM

 TO:         RCRA Docket

 FROM:      C. Pan Lee
             EPA/OSW/HWMMD/AIB

 SUBJECT:    Meeting with Brush Wellman
DRAFT
                  •to
DATE:      May 23, 1996

Participants:
      Mary Cunningham, EPA/OSW
      C. Pan Lee, EPA/OSW
      Anita Cummings, EPA/OSW
      Marc Kolanz, Corporate Director, Environmental Health and Safety, Brush Wellman
      Mike Petruska, EPA/OSW

      We met with the representative of Brush Wellman to follow up beryllium issues (e.g.,
disagree with such low beryllium UTS) raised in its comment. Their lead-bearing waste streams
(D008) contain more than 14% of beryllium. Its comment claimed that Horsehead would not
accept its wastes and it has not contacted INMETCO yet.

      We have asked Brush Wellman to provide the EPA with problems to meet UTS for
beryllium, any available treatment data to justify a higher standard if any, volume of the lead-
containing waste streams, and sources of the streams.
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                                       Appendix A-7
 \nr|yfORANDUM

 FROM:      C. Pan Lee
             EPA/OSW/HWMMD/AIB

 TO:         The RCRA Docket

 SUBJECT:   Capacity-Related Information

 DATE:       May 23, 1996

 Participants:
      Anita Cummihgs, EPA/OSW
      Mike Petruska, EPA/OSW
      Kevin Igli, CWM
      Mitch Hahn, CWM
      Paul Borst, EPA/OSW
      Mary Cunningham, EPA/OSW
      Jim Buchert, Versar
      C. Pan Lee, EPA/OSW
      Jose Labiosa, EPA/OSW
      Steve Silverman, EPA/OGC
      Sue Slotnick,  EPA/OSW                                         _
      Jim Thompson (Phone), EPA/OECA    _            X* F W  C& j.
      This meeting note mainly surjariarized the capacity-related information. (For treatment
issues, please refer to meeting node's prepared by Versar for Waste Treatment Branch.) CWM
provided treatment data (CBI) to EPA. They stated that industries are generally lack of data for
UHC in the wastes streams.  They will provide volume data for the 20 to 30% of total waste
streams received which are subject to additional treatment if they have to meet the proposed UTS
for some of TC metals. Another 5 to 10% (in addition to 20 to 30%) of currently approved waste
streams will not be able to meet the proposed UTS even with the development of new recipes.
      •Jvii*?
      C WM's current stabilization capacity of 500,000 tons per year is provided by their
facilities in (1) Emelle, AL; (2) Kettleman City, CA; (3) Arlington, Or; (4) Model City, NY; (5)
Fort Wayne, IN and (6) Menomonee Falls, WI. They are not currently using stabilization
capacity maximally.

      Attached please find a copy of meeting notes prepared by Versar for OSW/WTB.
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     DRAFT SUMMARY OF MEETING WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF CHEMICAL
  WASTE MANAGEMENT (CWM) TO DISCUSS COMMENTS AND DATA RELATED
                                   TO PHASE IV

                             May 23, 1996, 10:00 - 12:00
                                 2800 Crystal Station                 F^D A ff
                                   Arlington, VA                    ** K J\ |" |
                               2nd Floor, Costale Room

                            ATTENDEES: See Attachment 1

The following summarizes the issues that were discussed at the May 23, 1996 meeting between
EPA and CWM representatives.  This narrative does not provide a verbatim account of the
meeting, and for the purposes of clarity and continuity, items are sometimes not presented in the
order in which they were discussed.

The purpose of this meeting was for EPA and CWM representatives  to discuss comments and
additional data regarding the  Proposed  Phase IV  rule (proposed  treatment standards for
characteristic metal wastes).   The primary concerns expressed by CWM were treatment of
wastes that (1) have problems meeting current LDRs; (2) have more than one metal contaminant;
(3) contain arsenic, lead, or selenium; and (4) have low levels of contamination.  CWM also
expressed concerns about the perceived inconsistencies between RCRA and TSCA and the HWIR
and Phase IV rules.

After copies of the meeting agenda (attachment 2) were distributed,  CWM began with a few
opening comments:  The comments submitted by CWM were based  on  a survey of their
technical managers. Additional data were provided by CWM that backs up their comments with
real waste stream data.  In general, CWM lacks data for UHCs, because there have been no
previous regulatory drivers requiring generators to test for these constituents in their wastes.

CWM asserted that from a policy standpoint, the Phase IV proposal does not make sense.  For
example, concerns were raised regarding scenarios such as the following:  if  a waste is
characterized as D008, it will need to be treated for UHCs, but if a similar waste had the same
UHCs at higher concentrations, but did not contain lead,  it may not be  hazardous, and therefore,
could be sent to a rnOSfle D facility without treatment. Because it fails TCLP for lead, the first
waste pulls the organics into Subtitle C.  CWM also mentioned the current EPA policy which
states that a hazardous waste with metals cannot be burned  unless it contains  organic UHCs
above the UTS levels.  If the UHC levels  are barely  exceeded,  incineration  may not be
appropriate, but it is allowed.

CWM stated that the  current system is working fine, and wondered  what value was added by
the proposal.   The UHC requirement complicates the waste characterization process  when
generators use  their knowledge of the characteristics of the waste stream; at low UHC levels,
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 the generators would just be guessing.  Currently, no one can certify that the UHCs are not in
 the waste.

 Sometimes dechaxacterized waste is sent to a Subtitle C landfill.  (The changes to 40 CFR 258
 have resulted in better construction of Subtitle D landfills, and the design standards are much
 closer to Subtitle C than before.)

 Agenda hems 1 and 2: Applying UTS and UHCs to Characteristic Metal Wastes

 CWM stated that their technical managers  provided their  data quickly,  and more  may be
 available. They also stated that when, for example, D008 is treated, treatment is halted when
 the concentration of the lead in the waste is below the characteristic level of 5.0. Sometimes the
 TCLP result may be lower than 5.0,  but CWM has not tried to reach 0.37, and although they
 have achieved this level on some occasions, they do not know if it can be reached on a regular
 basis. Typically,  the waste will carry multiple waste codes,  and interaction of the metals will
 interfere with the test results (e.g., low lead leachate, but high chromium leachate levels). CWM
 indicated that they need to examine the waste streams individually, and determine what new (and
 possibly cheaper) reagents they need  to add to meet the UTS. CWM referred to their original
 comments where they stated an estimated cost of about $1,000 per waste profile to do this. They
 mentioned that one of their facilities recently examined different profiles and determined that the
 cost of changing  their  stabilization recipes increases the treatment cost  by about 32  percent
 CWM estimates that about 70 to 80% of the waste that they currently treat can meet UTS
 without additional cost.

 The current CWM treatment capacity is 500,000 TPY,  but "20 to 30  percent" of this will
 require a new treatment recipe to meet the UTS for D004 through D011 wastes. The recipe for
 a batch stabilization is specific for that batch and is determined on a case-by-case basis. CWM
 tries different recipes in the lab, and  then scales  up the process.  Treatment is verified at each
 step in case  the original sample was not representative of the waste.

 CWM disagrees with EPA's positions that (1) treating to meet the characteristic level does not
 exempt  a waste from RCRA, and (2) even though there is good treatment now,  it should be
 modified if there is better treatment.  When treating for metals to UTS,  there can be other
 changes to the wastes characteristics  (e.g., solubility) that may effect its treatment. Problems
 can occur when treating at lov- ;,^a levels. For example, when the standard is 0.5 ppm and a
 waste has been treated to 0.75 ppm, re-treatment with bulk reagents can lead to incidental
 dilution. (Multiple facilities use a back hoe and  a pit to do stabilization.)

 CWM believes that pre-treatment is  too costly, and competition  is already difficult.  EPA
believes that pre-treatment to homogenize wastes should not be cost prohibitive, because, based
on the reaction kinetics, treatment  would be ineffective without it.  Sometimes pre-treatment
 (e.g., crushing) is done to facilitate the process.  Sometimes problems such as different particle
 sizes, or a "sticky" clay matrix can require pre-treatment
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Problem wastes include those that contain arsenic, lead, and selenium.  Treatment of wastes
containing  selenium is a consistent  problem,  especially as an UHC.  Sometimes lead is  a
problem, but CWM can normally treat to meet UTS most of the time. Treating for more than
one metal at a time is a problem. Results depend on the interaction of the metals in the waste.

In addition to the "20 to 30 percent" of wastes that are difficult to treat, CWM indicated that
5 to 10 percent are "untreatable." CWM was unsure of the characteristics of these wastes (data
and information was not presented at the meeting).  EPA is interested in a breakdown (i.e., soil,
debris, process) of these wastes. CWM uses the alternative standards for debris, and generally
segregates "problem" wastes such as those that contain arsenic and selenium.

When asked  about the co-mingling  of wastewaters that generate a sludge, and whether the
stricter  standards  will lead to source segregation, CWM stated that they did not believe so.
Rather than installing  a second tank, CWM  believes an electroplater will send the waste to  a
treater to get rid of the problem before 90 days.  They believe that generators will keep looking
for a TSDF to solve their problem, such as sending wastes to Stabile* and Laidlaw in Canada,
and that generators will treat the waste themselves only in an exception.  In general, generators
call a TSDF for large one-time wastes, and focus on minimization  of continuous process waste.

The CWM  waste treatment database  (comprised of 6 years of data from all of their sites) may
not contain information on trying to treat selenium to lower levels, because CWM only tries to
meet the current BDAT levels.  CWM stated that the TCLP for selenium in a waste may not
change, even when the treatment process recipe for that same waste is modified. Treatment of
wastes containing beryllium was not included as part of CWM's data submission, but they could
look into it if necessary.

Agenda item 3:  May 10, 1996 NODA

       •      Organic UHCs

CWM does not have much data on organic UHCs except for PCBs treated in conjunction with
metals.  TOC data is also not available because the generators do not provide it, and CWM does
not ask for it.  For example, additional TOC information may be requested if organics are
identified on a waste  profile as present at significant concentrations (e.g., one percent).  In
general, there is no analytical data  to bad,, this value up.  CWM does not request halogen
analysis for wastes to be stabilized. When their database was queried, only a few examples were
found. Previous. CWM comments to EPA regarding organic UHCs were guesses, based on their
PCB data.  CWM conducted stabilization tests in 1985 on low level (1%,  2%) organics, and
may have some data (CWM did not have the data at the meeting, and would need to retrieve it
from their database).

CWM asserted that treating foundry sands is not a problem if the levels of organics are known.
Treating foundry  sands  with TC level metals can  be a problem.  CWM asserted that when
treating  a waste, they need to consider how the level of organics will effect the treatment.  They
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 also examine the level of interference of the constituents, and the effect that these constituents
 (especially organics) have on liners.

 Regarding treatment with organically modified clay, CWM has not reviewed this process yet,
 but has tried organic oxidation and stabilization (same principle), and submitted their data to
 EPA.  The data show that the treatment does not work well.  When the waste is stirred, organics
 are volatilized. When cement is added, heat is generated, and more organics are volatilized.
 Even low levels of organics will be volatilized, and these organics are not easily captured.

                             f*
 EPA is  examining the  following scenario:  if a  waste  meets the  UHC  standard, then it
 automatically meets the Subt&eiCC standard (i.e.,  Air Emission Standards for TSDFs).  EPA
 is looking for data that correlates UHC concentrations to the 40 CFR Part 264 Subtitle CC (i.e.,
 Air Emission  Standards for TSDFs)  action  levels, and if the above scenario works in both
 directions. CWM commented that it would primarily depend on the efficient operation of the
 stabilization technology.  Subtitle CC air emission controls could cover the VOCs that were
 driven off during treatment, but adequate capture may be a problem.  Particulates are captured,
 but VOCs are a problem because of the huge air volume.

 When asked which organic UHCs are most likely to be found in wastewater treatment sludges,
 CWM stated that they do not have data for plating sludges with low levels of organics because
 their waste profiles do not always have this information. This may be asked of their customers
 if the  new rule is promulgated.  Treated F006 and F009 wastes have not been  tested  for
 phthalates, etc., and CWM does not know if they are present.  EPA suggested that a generator
 would know what was in a solvent used in cleaning operations,  or the plant engineers should
 have a feel for this data.  CWM suggested that the  electroplaters trade association might know
 this information.

 To determine  the volume of UHCs  and the levels of UHCs in wastewater  treatment plant
 sludges, CWM could only give an educated guess, from the information in their database. This
 would tell them where, to look in the future.  Surveying their managers and doing a database
 query would take a couple of weeks.

 CWM data for D012 through D043  wastes has some metals information, but not much on
 UHCs.  EPA wants to get an idea of what is in the waste (e.g, phthalates, solvents, etc.).  To
accomplish this, the CWM database can be  queried by company name, process name, waste
code, etc., and after input from their technical managers, CWM could extrapolate a response.

The "order of magnitude" test for organics was recommended by CWM technical managers as
an approach to alleviate the problem of wastes with low levels of organics (but CWM has no
data to support this).
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             PCBs
Last year CWM «*ahiiiT»rf 46,000 tons of D004 through D011 wastes with TSCA levels of
PCBs. TSCA allows land disposal of "solid" PCBs in a TSCA cell without incineration. There
is substantial data to support that "solid" PCBs stay in place once stabilized. RCRA requirement
to incinerate may be counterproductive. CWM indicated that the levels of PCBs in the waste
they treat are so high that even the order of magnitude solution could not solve this problem.
CWM expressed concerns over inconsistencies; TSCA allows land disposal, and treating the
UHCs of metal wastes will require incineration.  TSCA landfill standards are only slightly
different than RCRA standards. CWM suggested that the TSCA standards are sufficient for the
PCBs and the metals would be treated.

       •     Petroleum contaminated media

CWM requested clarification of the 261.4 exclusion for UST corrective action wastes:

Q:   If a waste is characterized as  D008, the proposal  requires  treatment for UHCs (e.g.,
benzene) that seem to be excluded under 40 CFR 261.4. What is the purpose of the exclusion?

A:  The exclusion is for hazardous waste identification purposes only.  If a waste is hazardous
for  any other reason, the  exclusion is void, and the waste is subject to all RCRA provisions,
including LDRs.

       •     Costs associated with change

Paul Borst/EPA asked if UHC standards would lead to exports  or waste minimization, rather
than incineration. The answer will depend on economics (currently, incineration can cost from
$1,300 to $1,400 per ton). Paul will  follow-up with CWM to discuss  the nature and types of
wastes where the proposal has more than a moderate cost impact.

       •     Environmental reasons for change in light of HWIR

CWM expressed concerns about how the HWIR rule may be in conflict with the Phase IV rule;
that the Agency seemed to be going in opposite directions in terms of stringency.

EPA is constrained because of the consent decree.  Also, HWIR is based on total concentrations,
and Phase IV is baaed on TCLP concentrations.  CWM was asked if they knew of any obvious
wastes that would be covered under the Phase IV rule, and be exempted by HWIR. CWM data
is TCLP-based; They do  not have much information on the relation of totals to TCLP results.
Generally CWM does not run  a total analysis on untreated waste.

CWM discussed the  issue of contingent management and risk. LDRs are not required to be met
if placed  in a low risk area. A risk model on a properly designed Subtitle C landfill in a dry
climate might indicate that not much treatment  is required for waste disposal. This changes if
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 the area is subject to high precipitation.  Similarly, CWM is intrigued because wastes can be
 delisted at higher than BDAT levels, because delisting is based on risk.

       •    Lead-bearing Smelter Wastes (Slag from lead-acid batteries)

 CWM requested clarification of an issue in the May 10, 1996 NODA.

 Q: If a battery is smelted to meet the LDRs, does the slag require further treatment?

 A: If the slag is characteristic, all other non-LDR requirements must be met. The slag must
 be sent to a Subtitle C unit or treated to non-characteristic levels, and then sent to a Subtitle D
 unit.  The waste has met the LDR treatment standard, and the residue does not need to be
 treated further for Subtitle C disposal.

 At the end of the meeting the following Action Items for CWM were discussed:

       •     Provide break-out (media, process, etc.) of the 20 to 30% of wastes that need to
             be re-tested.

       •    . Provide break-out (media, process, quantities, etc.) of the 5 to 10% of wastes that
             need are " unbeatable."

       •     Provide list of industry wastes that CWM expects will have UHCs and organics.
             Include corresponding SIC codes if possible.

       •     Provide data on testing of organics and interference problems.

       •     Provide information on foundry sands.  Include data for organic.* and metals, and
             provide treatment costs and volumes.

       •     Provide data on treatment of Selenium wastes (treatment recipe is CBI)

CWM expects to have all information to EPA by June 17. CWM will call Anita Cummings with
a tentative schedule for individual items.
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                         Attachment 1: List of Attend
Anita dimming*, EPA/OSW/WTB
Mike Petruska, EPA/OSW/HWMMD
Kevin Igli, CWM
Mitch Hahn, CWM
Paul Borst, EPA/OSW
Mary Cunningham, EPA/OSW/WTB
Jim Buchert, Versar
C. Pan Lee, EPA/OSW/HWMMD
Jose" E. Labiosa, EPA/OSW
Steve Silverman, OGC/EPA
Sue Slotnick, EPA/OSW
Rhonda Craig, EPA/OSW
Jim Thompson, EPA/OECA (via Phone)
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                           Attachment 2:  Meeting Agenda

                         EPA/Chemical Waste Management

                                  May 23, 1996

                                     Agenda

1.  Applying UTS to Characteristic Metal Wastes
2.  Applying UHCs to Characteristic Metal Wastes
3.  May 10, 1996 NODA

            Metal UHCs
            Organic UHCs
            Inorganic Combustion Policy
            PCBs
            Petroleum contaminated media
            Costs associated with change
            Environmental reasons for change in Light of HWIR
            Lead-bearing Smelter Wastes (Slag from lead-acid batteries)
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                                   Appendix A-8

    DRAFT SUMMARY OF MINUTES OF APRIL 30,  1996 MEETING OF EPA AND
            REPRESENTATIVES OF LEAD RECOVERY FROM BATTERIES

                           April 30,  1996, 1:00-2:00 p.m.
                                 2800 Crystal Station
                                   Arlington, VA
                            2nd Floor, Conference Room B

                                   ATTENDEES

                          Mary Cunningham, EPA/OSW/WTB
                        Michael Petruska, EPA/OSW/HWMMD
                           C. Pan Lee, EPA/OSW/HWMMD
                           Anita Cummings, EPA/OSW/WTB
                                Suzanne Wade, Versar (
                       Robert Steinwurzel, Swidler & Berlin/ABR
                                 Susan Panzik, S&B
                             Jean Beaudoin, JCBGI/BCI
                                 Jack Waggener, RCI
                                Charles M. West, RCI
                                Katie Champon, WBN

Introduction

The purpose of this meeting was for EPA and representatives  of lead recovery from batteries
(Association of Battery Recyclers, Resource Consultants Inc., and Battery Council International)
to discuss proposed treatment standards for  lead characteristic  wastes.  Mary  Cunningham
opened the meeting by explaining the historical background  for setting treatment standards under
the Land Disposal Restrictions (LDR) Program.  For  listed waste codes, residuals carry the
waste code forever, unless the waste is delisted. After treatment to the LDR levels, listed wastes
may  be placed in a Subtitle C  landfill.   For characteristic wastes, residuals are considered
characteristic until they no longer exhibit the characteristic of hazardousness. For wastes treated
by recovery of lead, residuals may be placed in a Subtitle D landfill if the lead concentration in
the leachate is less than the  TCLP limit.   If this standard  is not met, the characteristic waste
could be disposed of in a Subtitle C landfill or undergo  further treatment until it no longer
exhibits the characteristic  of hazardousness, at which time it could  be placed in a Subtitle D
landfill.

Discussion

The following questions, concerns, and issues were discussed:

1.    Universe of wastes treated by recovery of lead

      EPA:  What other types of wastes are treated with battery wastes? (Cunningham) What
             are the underlying hazardous constituents?   Do the characteristics of the slag

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              remain the same (no substantial differences) when other wastes are added to the
              treatment process?  (Petruska)

       Ind.:   Believes the main issue is slag (residuals).  If other wastes are going into the blast
              furnace, are they also  "treated" by  "recovery  of lead"?   Feedstock includes
              Appendix  11   list  constituents  (lead  materials  from  various  industries).
              (Steinwurzel)

       Conclusions:  Based on limited information,  EPA could state that the primary waste
                    treated is lead and that other wastes do not appear to significally  change
                    the characterics of the slag. EPA  could  ask for public comment  on this
                    issue  in the  Notice of Data Availability (NODA).

2.     Lead-contaminated soil and other non-smelter D008 wastes

       Ind.:   How is  lead-contaminated soil to be managed?  (Steinwurzel)   How are other
              D008  wastes to be managed  that don't go through smelters,  such  as remedial
              wastes, building debris, soil and debris. Industry has data on 7 sites for mobile,
              commercial excavation plus stabilization (pug mill or phosphate stabilization).  It
              was stated that these wastes usually go to Subtitle D landfills after treatment  or
              are capped in place. (Beaudoin)

       EPA:   In  the Phase  II Rule, all  available data was evaluated  when  UTS  was
              promulgated. Limited data and comments were received,  so  the Agency went
              forward with UTS  based on the available data.  It was ths Agency's belief that
              existing stabilization processes (as evidenced by the data) are not optimized for
              the lower UTS levels, so these stabilization! data may not be reflective of actual
              capabilities. (Cunningham)  EPA believes  stabilization can achieve lower levels,
              but there is little supporting data.  When the Phase II Notice was published, little
              feedback was received to suggest that characteristic lead wastes are substantially
              different from metal wastes in EPA's database and couldn't meet UTS.  EPA's
              position with respect to characteristic soil is that  it is substantially different from
              the metal wastes in EPA's database, so it is assigned  case-by-case standards.
              (Cunningham)

       Conclusion:   EPA:  If there is limited  capacity,  implementation  of the rule for these
                    metal-bearing waste streams could be deferred.  Otherwise case-by-case
                    standards could  be allowed until  the  HWIR  Media Rule is in  place.
                    Alternatively, a generic variance could be used.  (Pstruska)

                    Ind.:   ABR would  prefer to  defer  implementation and maintain the
                    characteristic level of 5 ppm as the standard until HWIR goes into effect.
                    Cleanup  limits for Superfund sites include characteristic levels and site-
                    specific standards (ARARs). It was noted that cleanup is usually under
                    state supervision, so more stringent limits may be imposed. (Steinwurzel)
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 3.     Additional treatment of secondary lead

       EPA:  What types of treatments are used for secondary lead (after recovery of lead)?
              East Penn. runs their lead waste through a reverberator repeatedly until it is non-
              hazardous (i.e., passes TCLP test for characteristic metals). (Petruska)

       Ind.:   Usually stabilization or further HTMR is used for secondary lead treatment.

       Conclusion:   See ABR response above.

 4.     Capacity issues

       EPA:  Pan  Lee  is  working  on capacity issues.   Large  quantity  remediation sites
              sometimes treat onsite for economic reasons.  Mobile, commercial stabilization
              units are more commonly used.   Regions  4 and 10 rejected  soil washing as a
              viable option for most lead-contaminated soil because it only works reliably  on
              sandy soil. Pan Lee noted that LDRs are not in effect if the treatment is in-situ,
              for example, if surface contamination is present,  then chemicals can  be plowed
              into the soil for treatment. It is believed that less than 10 percent of stabilization
              sjtes^use^insitu treatment. (PanJFpr abandoned sites it is more economical to do
                      )n) than (run the  wastttnl'ougl'i^iirriaceligain)  It may be feasible  to run
              the waste through  the furnace at RCRA corrective  action sites,  if there is  an
              operational furnace present.  (Petruska)

       Ind.:   Industry has data on 7 sites for mobile, commercial excavation plus stabilization
              (pug mill or phosphate stabilization).   It was stated that these wastes  usually  go
              to Subtitle D landfills after treatment or are capped in place. (Beaudoin)  Dozens
              of Superfund sites  involved.  'Can get lower numbers than characteristic, but not
              to UTS.  Smelters with RCRA Part B permits doing Corrective Action.  LDR
              still applies to corrective  action. (Steinwurzel)

       Conclusion:   Analysis needs to  be completed to determine capacity. Not a problem for
                    existing standard,  but may be  for UTS (see next issue).

5.     Capacity of processes to treat below 5 ppm for lead

       EPA:   What is the capacity of stabilizers treating to below 5 ppm? Some can do it but
              not all.  This could be capacity problem for treatment levels below  5 ppm for
              lead.

       Ind.:   Stabilization process is limited by chemical  reactions.  Not necessarily better to
              add more of everything.  Must be tailored for each site.  Some variability must
              always be expected. Approximately 3 ppm  is probably the best consistent target.
              (West)  Feedstock  is variable also. (Beaudoin)
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       Conclusion:  There  are  probably no  capacity  problems unless the lead  standard is
                   changed to 0.37 ppm,  then there could be  some problems. The issue of
                   whether to  use a variance or an alternate  plan is still under consideration.

6.     Proposal for contingent management  options

       Ind.: The idea was introduced for an alternative LDR for generated lead if it can be
       proven  that the lead does not leach. The industry would like  to get away  from the
       treatment emphasis on secondary lead and instead try a contingent management scenario
       like monofills instead of Subtitle C. (Steinwurtzel)

       EPA:  HWIR may be an  appropriate rule to incorporate this type of idea. (Petruska)

       Conclusion:  See EPA response above.

7.     Underlying hazardous constituents

       Ind.:  Would underlying hazardous  constituents (UHC) have to meet BDAT  levels?
             (Champon)

       EPA:  Flexibility is decreased by specifying treatment method,  but then limits are not
             needed for other constituents.  Treaters would only have to meet characteristic
             level.

       Conclusion:  See EPA response above.

Closing/Summary

The Notice of Data Availability is scheduled to go out next week. June 30  is the deadline for
the rule.  Industry does not plan to submit additional data.  A videotape of the lead recovery
process was provided to EPA.
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                                 Appendix A-9
SUBJECT:  Phone  Calls to TSDs Who Stabilize DO08  and Other
          TC-metal  Hazardous Wastes

DATE: 13 May
     At  your request 1  contacted commercial Treatment/  Storage,
Disposal  (TSD)  facilities in EPA  Regions 5  and 6  in order to
determine  if they perceived  that there vould  be any problem to
stabilize  brass/bronze   foundry TC-metal hazardous  vastes  to
Universal Treatment  Standard (UTS)  levels.  More specifically, I
asked  if they could use conventional stabilization technology to
treat  foundry sand-type D008  (TC for Lead), including the lead and
all Underlying  Hazardous Constituents (UHCs), to the UTS  levels.
Further, I requested any treatability data that the TSDs might have
to support their  contention that they could perform  the required
treatment.   Attached is  a  list  of the  TSDs contacted.   Also
attached are the  records  of the  telephone  contacts,  including the
details  of their  telephone responses.                                 ••

     Nine TSDs  were • contacted, seven of which  actually performed \  Au^-7
stabilization of TC-metal wastes, either on-site, or shipped to one  Y-Qi
of their facilities elsewhere in the country.                    .-/'

     Of  the  two facilities that did not stabilize vastes,  one  is
primarily a Deepvell disposer, and.if they received such waste they
vould  subcontract its treatment.   The  second of the two  did not
manage foundry-type  wastes, or any other bulk  solids,  but mostly
managed drummed waste.
     In general,  each of the seven facilities  that performed the
requested  stabilization said that they manage foundry  sand DO08
wastes, or wastes that they believed were similar.  Each said that
they didn' t believe * that  there were any significant  problems in
producing the necessary pozzolonic recipe to stabilize  the waste in
question  to  all   applicable  UTS  levels,  including  the  lead
component.  (Most seemed familiar with the UTS requirement for load
of 0'. 37_gpm TCLP, rather than the current D008 lead requirement of
5.0 ppmV)  One facility said they do this type of stabilization to
UTS  levels routinely, - and find no difficulty 90* of  the time.
(Initially  they were only able to hit all UTS levels about 70% of
the time, but have since improved.)
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CONTACT PERSON:          s.J          7       nasss ,«,
1 -  Do  you.  receiv«  ncn-wastewater  wastes  from  brass/bronze
     foundries?   DO you  receive similar wastes?  If similar, why
     are they similar?
          Typical   foundry  waste  contains  fine sand  particles
          contaminated with a  few percent  lead,  zinc,  copper.
2 -  If  so,  do you stabilize those  wastes with pozzolonic-type
     stabilizing agents?
3 -  If so, what typical mix of water/ stabilizer/waste do you use?
4.   TO what TCLP levels  are you  able to stabilize  the BDAT/TC
     metals?    CAN  WE  H&VE  DATA  FOR  UNTREATSD/TKEAIED  METAL
     CONSTTTDHITS?
S-   Would you  forsee problems in treating these wastes to TC/UTS
     levels?
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     foundries?   Do you receive similar wastes?  If  similar, vHy
     are  tliey similar?
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          contaminated  with a fev percent lead,  zinc, copper.
2 -  If  so,  do  you stabilize those  wastes with  poz2olonic-type
     stabilizing agents?
3 -  If so7 what typical mix of water/stabilizer/waste do you use?
4-   To  what TCLP  levels  are you  able to stabilize  the BDAT/TC
     netals?    CAN WE  HS7Z  DATA  FOR  UNTREATED/TKEATED  HETAL
     CONSTITDENTS?
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          contaminated  with a few percent lead,  zinc, copper.
2 -  If  so,  do you stabilize those  wastes with  pozzolonic-type
     stabilizing agents?
3 -  If so, what typical mix of water/stabilizer/waste do you use?
4-   To what  TCLP levels  are you able  to stabilize  the BDAT/TC
     metals?    CAN  WE  HAVE  DATA  FOR  UNTREATED/TREATED  METAL
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          contaminated with a few percent  lead,  zinc,  copper.
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     CONSTITUENTS?
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          contaminated with a few percent lead,  zinc, copper.
2 -  If so,  do you  stabilize those wastes  with pozzolonic-type
     stabilizing agents?
3 -  If so, what typical mix of water/stabilizer/waste do you use?
4-   To what  TCLP levels  are you able  to stabilize the  BDAT/TC
     metals?    C3iN  WE  HAVE  DATA  FOR  UNTREATED/TREATED METAL
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i -  GUI Group (Disposal Systems)
     P.O. Box 1914
     Deer Park, TX 77536

     Mr. Warren Horris - 713/930-2588

2 -  clean Harbors of Chicago
     118oo Stoney Island Avenue
     cnicago, IL 60617

     Mr. Tim Get2loff - 312/646-6202

3 -  AETS/Chemical Waste Management:
     W124 N9451 Boundary Road
     Menomonee Falls, Wl 53051

     Mr. Alan Kouatz - 414/255-6655

4 -  Heritage Environmental Services
     7901 w. Morris Street
     Indianapolis, IN 46231

     Ms. Darcy Ray - 317/243-0811 ext.1483

5 -  Envirite Corp.
     16435 S. Center Avenue
     Harvey, IL 60426

     Mr. David Reyes - 708/596-704O

6 -  Rollins Environmental Services  (LA) / Inc.
     P.O. Box 73877
     Baton Rouge, IA 74137

     Fred Gurdess - 302/426-3168 *
     Richard Grondan - 970/386-2293  (Colorado  facility}

7 -  Cheaical Waste Management
     7170 John Brannon Road
     Carlyss, LA  70663

     Ms. Rene* Dillioir - 318/583-2169

 3 -  Treatment On*
     5743  Chesvood
     Houston,  TX  77087

     Ms. Sfaiela Armstrong -  502/327-8860  (Louisville, KY facility)

           THEY DO  HOT  HANDLE  BULK SOLIDS,  INCL. FOUNDRY  SAND
           WASTES.
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                                                   Appendix A-10

                                                   MiERICAM FOUNDRYMEH'S SOCIETY, INC.
                                                              publishers of modem easting
                             _ 505 STATE STREET T OES PLAINES, IL 60016-8399 V  800/537-4237 T 847/824-0181 V FAX 847/824-784J
                    s. a. *»«*
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                   Macm Co - me
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            Sun* Specialty Company
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Superior Alurronum Casongs. Inc.
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  Nova Precision Casting Corp.

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  Fairmount Minerals
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  East Jordan iron wonts. Inc.
  Mackenzie Spaoafly Casongs. me.

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  Prospect Foundry. Inc.
 Oli «c ton
 C.S Anderson
  M«ca Suoe»y Company

 *> L Bifctr. Jr.
  N««nam Manufactunng. Inc.
 August 2, 1996

 Michael Petruska
 Chief, Waste Treatment Branch
 Office of Solid Waste
 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
 2800 Crystal Drive
 6th Floor
 Mail Code 5302W
 Crystal City, VA 22202
  fan Worm Aluminum Foundry. Inc.    De3T MT. P«?tnislca!
 N Sooni
  General Motor* of Canada Lid.
 E.B. Bulltr. Jr.
  Tn» TaytOf & F»m CO.
  The General Casting Co.

 G.fl Oonner
     Foundf>
 O.L. Do«
 Metal Dynamics Com.
 4.nencan Cast Iron Pipe Company
 3 £
 Hill and Gnttitti Co.
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 Metalcasting Equipment. Inc.

 CO Given
 Fora Motor Company
 Powerrrain" Operations
0 L.
 Kurcziel industnes Inc.

JP Mason
 Wagner Castings Company

G 3 w/fcried
 Navistar international
 rrtgine & Poundry Division

1C Wyerj
 Aalecn
 Nortn Amencan Poyaltie*. Inc
 Whe*and Foundry Division
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 Caterpillar Inc.
 vtaoieton P'ant

rw sant
 Badger Mining Corporation

fl C S(««W
 Consultant
As a follow up to our June 6, 1996 meeting and in response to the July 22, 1996
letter to the American Foundrymens Society (AFS)  from the  Office of Solid
Waste-Waste Treatment Branch,  the following comments are provided  on  the
impact of the land disposal restrictions (LDR), Phase IV  rulemaking  on  the
foundry industry.   Specifically,  AFS was asked to provide information on  the
ability and  the cost involved  to treat  foundry  waste  to  meet  the  universal
treatment standards (UTS) levels.  Attachments 1 and 2 contain specific analytical
data,  cost data   and  information  on the variability of   foundry waste. The
information in attachment 1 is provided by RMT  and based on their experience
assisting foundries solve solid waste problems.

Waste Volume

As noted  in our November 27, 1995 comments, the  foundry industry  generates
410,000 tons per year of hazardous waste. Of this amount, 110,000 tons is  air
pollution  control  dust/sludges (APCDS) and 300,000 is  waste sand  (WS).  A
majority (73%) of the APCDS is rendered nonhazardous using inline  treatment
processes and will be unaffected  by LDR-Phase IV. The WS and the remaining
APCDSi  together totaling   330,000 tons, is either treated  in tanks  (80%)  or
shipped offsite (20%)  for treatment and disposal or for use in other production
processes such as a fluxing material at secondary smelters. Of the quantity treated
in tanks, approximately 200,000 tons are treated with  iron filings to stabilize lead
and/Or cadmium.
 Production Pattern & Foundry Co.
«. wilroO
 Fosacolnc.
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 Mr. Petmska
 August 2, 1996
 Page 2
 Variability

 The comments filed by AFS on LDR-Phase IV included discussions on the variability of foundry
 waste and the impact this has on assurances of treatment meeting UTS levels and any underlying
 hazardous constituents.  At our June 6, 1996 meeting  the OSW requested more information on
 the variability issue through analytical comparison of untreated to treated waste for various UTS
 metals.  Attachment 1, pages 3-8, contains this information and shows the ranges of cadmium,
 lead, chromium, copper, and zinc in foundry waste materials.  This attachment illustrates the
 point that while one foundry may have a chromium and cadmium problem  another may only
 have problems with cadmium or high zinc levels placing them at different ends of the treatment
 scale. Additionally, the attachment shows the substantial differences between foundries on lead
 and cadmium ranges for the same basic type of characteristic waste  stream waste sand.

 This variability makes it difficult to treat and consistently (or with any assurance) meet the UTS
 and underlying constituents. In support of AFS's position, the June 10,1996 comments filed by
 the Environmental Technology Council (ETC) to docket F-96-P42A-FFFF show that when their
 members stabilize  foundry waste, 20% of the samples  fail UTS for either  lead, cadmium, or
 chromium while meeting UTS for the other two metals. ETC's comments were unsolicited by
 the foundry industry but independently reaffirm the RMT information  appended to this letter.

 Off-Site Treatment

 In our November 27,1995 comments, AFS estimated that off-site stabilization costs could range
 from $150 to. $200.00 per ton at commercial sites.  Several member foundries recently  placed
calls to  obtain  quotations  from commercial facilities for treatment of their waste in various
regions of the country. The quotations ranged  from S120 to S329 per ton, with the average being
 $245. None of the treatment facilities would guarantee that they would meet UTS and underlying
 constituents.

 Economic Impact

 In an earlier analysis, AFS showed that the foundry industry's cost to treat onsite and to meet
 TCLP levels for lead and or cadmium ranged from $31 to $64iOO/ton with the average being $41
per ton  (attachment 2).  Applying the  cost range  cited by RMT to meet the UTS levels
 (attachment 1, page 1 and 2) of an additional $12 to $30.00/ton treated, average of $15 per ton,
 the new cost range would be $43 to $94.00/ton treated, averaged to $56 per ton.

Using the incremental treatment costs, the additional annual economic impact on the foundry
 industry to meet UTS will range from $11 million (based on average) to $23 million (based on
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  Mr. Petruska
  Augusta, 1996
  Page 3
 high end of cost range). This assumes that the practice of stabilizing materials on site by tank
 treatment continues with no further regulatory impediments. In the event that this  practice  is
 discouraged and all of this waste must be sent to off site treatment and disposal facilities, the
 annual cost to the foundry will increase by $60 million.

 Assessing the impact of these proposed regulations cannot be divorced from the unresolved issue
 of how the Agency views the foundry industry's use of iron fillings to treat waste sand. The
 impact of this issue alone, absent any action on LDR-Phase IV, would add a $6 million economic
 burden on our industry.

 Summary

 AFS maintain;? that implementation of UTS  will have a sigificant economic impact on the
 foundry industry in the following ways:

        1.      The cost increases for on-site treatment to meet UTS will range from $11 million
              to $24 million.

       2.      If offsite treatment becomes the only viable option, the foundry  industry will be
              burdened with an additional annual cost of $60 million.

       3.      It is unlikely that the control technology is in place to allow foundries to meet
              UTS through on-site treatment

       4.      The waste stream variability will result in treatment ineffectiveness and increased
              cost impacts for significant quantities of materials.
Please contact my office at (800) 537-4237 if you have any further questions.


Sincerely,   ...-
Gary E. Mosher
Director of Environmental Affairs
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                                                                       ATTACHMENT 1

                                                                       Page 1 of 9
 TREATMENT INCREASES DUE TO UTS REQUIREMENTS

 The economics associated with treating wastes to meet the proposed universal treatment standards
 (UTS) can be addressed, in part, by evaluating increases in dosages of reagents required for
 effective treatment  In some  cases, the  same treatment  approach and  reagent dosages may
 effectively treat foundry wastes  to pass either the existing TCLP criteria and also meet the
 proposed UTS requirements.   On the other hand, increased  dosages or alternative chemical
 additives might be required for treating some wastes.

 Examples of foundry wastes that would require additional dosages to meet the proposed UTS are
 attached to this report as Exhibits 1-6. A brief analysis of the costs associated with the dosage
 increases is presented in Table  1.  Estimates were based upon a delivered,cost for chemicals of
 $300 per ton.   Most of the examples outlined in Table  1  demonstrate that a cost increase for
 treatment chemicals of S15-S30 per ton would be required to treat the wastes to UTS levels.

 For the example shown in Exhibit 2, none of the dosages tested was effective in  treating the
 waste to UTS levels, although higher dosages would likely work. Based on the results of studies
performed on similar foundry waste materials, it is likely that the dosage increase required to treat
this waste to meet the proposed UTS would lie in the 80%-100% range. For this waste material,
such a  dosage increase would likely cost about $9-$ 15 per ton of waste.

It is likely that the average cost increase (industry-wide) associated with treating wastes  to meet
UTS standards would be somewhat less than $15 per ton.  However, cost increases for specific
wastes  could be as high as $30 per ton, as is demonstrated in Table 1.  For a facility generating
 1,000 tons of such a waste per year, the added treatment cost could be as high as $300,000.
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                                                                ATTACHMENT 1

                                                                Page 2 of 9
        Table 1.  Dosages of Chemicals Required to Meet UTS
Exhibit
Number
1
2
3
4*
5
6
Dosage Required
to Meet Existing
Phase III
Regulations (%)
30
5
5
15/20
15
3
Estimated Dosage
Needed to Meet
Proposed UTS (%)
40
X
15
20/25
25
7
Estimated Dosage
Increase (%)
33
X
200
33/25
67
133
Cost Differential
$30
X
$30
$15/$15
$30
$12
x Treatment was not effective in meeting UTS in treatability study
* Two dosage schemes were included-in study
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    SAMPLE
                                    Exhibit 1
                                       ATTACHMENT I

                                       Page 3 of 9
                                                   TEST RESULTS
      SCREENING TCLP TEST RESULTS
pH,          Cadmium    Copper
             mg/L        mg/L
                                                                 Lead
                                                                 mg/L
                        Zinc
                        mg/L
   Standard TCLP Test

   Untreated                4.8

*  +10% MgO & 20% TSP     7.0
   + 15% MgO & 20% TSP     6.9
** + 20% MgO & 20% TSP     9.3
            25

             0.96-
             1.8
            <0.01
0.029
360

 <0.2
 <0.2
 <0.2
2500

  2.8
  8.0
 <0.02
       * Meets UTS for lead but not  for  cadmium

       ** Meets UTS for both lead  and  cadmium
 SOURCE MATERIAL:   BAGHOUSE DUST
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                                      Exhibit 2
                                                                    Page 4 of 9
       SAMPLE
                               BENCH SCALE TESTING RESULTS
                                      AUGUST 16, 1990
TCLP RESULTS

Untreated
+ 2.5% TSP
+ 5% TSP
-1- 7.5% TSP
+ 2.5% H3PO4 '
-1- 5.0% H3PO«
* -1- 7.5% H3PO«
PHS
8.9
8.5
8.0
7.4
7.6
7.3
6.8
pH,
4.6
4.5
5.4
5.0
5.3
5.2
5.0
Solution •-
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
Cadmium
mg/L
3.6
1.4
0.31 -
0.23
0.36
0.22
0.23
Lead
mg/L
450
14
0.7
0.4
1.5
0.5-
0.3
           * Meets UTS for lead buC not for cadmium
SOURCE MATERIAL:  WASTE SAND
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                                        Exhibit 3
                                                                  Page 5 of 9

                                                  TEST RESULTS .     PROJECT #:
      SAMPLE
      SCREENING TCLP TEST RESULTS
pH,         Cadmium          Chromium
             mg/L               mg/L
                                                                               Zinc
                                                                               mg/L
      Untreated
5.97
6.9
12.3
450
   *   -1-5% MgO
7.72
0.96
<0.15
 4.2
       + 5% MgO & 5% FeSO4     7.28

       -I- 5% MgO & 10% FeSO4    6.29


       -l- 5% MgO & 5% TSP       6.24

       + 5% MgO & 7.5% TSP     5.89



       + 7.5% MgO & 5% TSP     6.44


   **  -l- 7.5% MgO & 7.5% TSP    7.47
1.18
2.91
1.59
1.80
1.14
<0.15
<0.15
<0.15
0.45
2.91
0.27
<0.15
21.6
183
10.8
10.2
13.2
<0.1i
              *  Meets UTS for chromium but not  for cadmium

              ** Meets UTS for both chromium and cadmium
SOURCE MATERIAL:  BAGHOUSE DUST
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                                 Exhibit - 4
                                                           ATTACHMENT 1

                                                           Page 6 of 9
                                        WASTE TREATMENT
                      BENCH-SCALE TREATMENT TESTING RESULTS
  SAMPLE
          COMPOSITE

  UNTREATED COMPOSITE 1
      + 5% MgO & 5% TSP
                            9.0
                            7.5
7.4
7.3
                                              TCLP RESULTS
                               pH,   pH,    Solution
2
2
                                                    Cadmium
                                                     mg/L
4.4
0.63
Lead
mg/L


34
  UNTREATED COMPOSITE 2
        5%MgO& 5% TSP
        5% MgO & 10% TSP
        5% MgO & 15% TSP
   **
**
          10% MgO & 10% TSP
          10%MgO&1S%TSP
                            7.1
5.6
            5.2
8.0
7.4
6.5
7.8
7.6
6.3
6.6
9.0
6.8
9.1
2
2
2
2
2
2.1
0.65
< 0.005
0.46
< 0.005
                 14
 HAZARDOUS WASTE CRITERIA
                                                      1.0
                                    5.0
  Composite of All 3 Foundries
                                                COMPOSITIONAL ANALYSIS

                                           Cadmium          Lead        Zinc
                              compoait 1  260
                              composit 2  370
      *  Meet* UTS for lead but not for cadmium

      ** Meet* UTS for both,lead and cadmium



SOURCE MATERIAL:  WASTE SAND
                        5.700
                        9,400
                             5,900
                            100,000
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                                   .Exhibit 5
                                   RMT, INC
                                 March 9,1995
                                                             Page 7~of "9
                                                i TEST RESULTS
Project #::
*
*
*
**
**
SCREENING TCLP TEST RESULTS
SAMPLE

Untreated
+ 5% MgO & 5% TSP
+ 5%MgO& 10% TSP
+ 10% MgO & 5% TSP (A)
+ 10% MgO & 5% TSP (B)
+ 10% MgO & 10% TSP
+ 1 5% MgO & 5% TSP
+ 15% MgO & 10% TSP
+ 15%MgQ4 15% TSP
pH,

5.73
6.23
6.65
6.25
6.75
6.74
8.27
9.24
9.07
Cadmium
mgA.
9.4
4.3
0.8
3.7
4.1
0.7
0.35
<0.05
<0.05
Lead
mg/L
19.7
0.7
<0.2
0.4
0.4
<0.2
<0.2
<0.2
<0.2
Zinc
mg/L
1560
760
38
480
480
34
1.5
<0.05
<0.05
 * Meets  UTS for lead but not for cadmium

 **  Meets UTS for both lead and cadmium
SOURCE MATERIAL: : BAGHOUSE DUST
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                                            Exhibit 6

                                 SCREENING TCLP TEST RESULTS
                                           RMT.INC
                                        November  8, 1995
Project i:
Sample Type
xxxx xxxx Dust

+ !%MgO + l%TSP

+ 1% MgO +2% TSP
-
+ 1% MgO +3% TSP

+ 1% MgO +4% TSP

+ 1% MgO +5% TSP

+ 3% MgO + 1% TSP

+ 4% MgO + 1% TSP
_"-
+ 5% MgO + 1%TSP

+ 6% M^O +1% TSP

pH,
5.0 (SoliL !)• .

5.4 (Soln. 1)*

5.4 (Soln. 1)*

5.4(SoIn. 1)*

5.5 (Soln. 1)*

5.5 (Soln. 1)*

4.9 (Soln. 2)*

5.3 (Soln. 2)*

5.9 (Soln. 2)*

j 7.8 (Soln. 2)

Metal
Cd
Pb
Cd
Pb
Cd
Pb
Cd
Pb
Cd
Pb
Cd
Pb
Cd
Pb
Cd
Pb
Cd
Pb
Cd
Pb
Cone., mg/1
1.1
145.
0.41
0.77
0.32
0.22
0.37
<0.2
0.28
<0.2
0.25
<0.2
0.94
.3.8'
0.63
0.59
0.54
0.83
<0.05
<0.2
**
           *   Meet* UTS for lead but not for cadmium

           **  Meets UTS for both lead and


     SOURCE MATERIAL:  BAGHOUSE DUST
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                                                                EXHIBIT  7
                                                                                                                             June 3.1QQQ
     mmm
      •tar
                                   FOUNDRY SLUDGE " TREATMENT FOR LEAD AND CADMIUM
                                 ''  AjiiffSCniMATE COSTS FOR ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT CHEMISTRIES
V
   QulakllnW(CaO)
                              1040%
                                         40%
                                                       .Un|IPr)PtM»;
                              0-26%
                                         14%
                                                                                       $160-$20(T
                                                No pH buffering aapaally
•po*«l •• RCRA hsrardotii
'••to
N/A
                                          N/A
NIA
                                                                                                       A      lrtclud«dloroomp«ri«oo
   NOTE3:

     Approalmala prloa of addlllva dallwarad to Job alia In bulk tnioka.
     Laboratory raagant grada CaO powdar for aorc, TiJng IraaUblllty taallng waa ut«d. for oonvanlanoa. Doaaga rata for taahnloal grada qulohllma U atiumad to ba 10% hlqhaf
     Quantity aatlmatad baaad on qutoMlma data and molaoular walght ratio of qulokllma and hydratad lima.
     Ooaaga ralaa aalaotad for «aaa of oparallon In tha flat part of doaaga raaponaa ourva.
     Inoludaa dlapoaal and transportation ooat.
     20% Molatura. amlaalon ooteol aludga from gray Iron foundry oupoU.	^——^—^^—_„«^_^___	
    TOR TCLP LEVELS
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  Fat» and Co»t of Founds Industry Hazardous
" Air Pollution Control
Oust and Sludges
11 0,000 TonsA'ear
f

In-Line Treatment
80,000 TonsA'ear





\
Waste Sand
300,000 tonsA'ear
1
Hazardous Waste
330,000 Tons/ Year
1
Onsite Treatment
in Tanks
266,400 TonsA'ear
}
r
Stabilized with
Iron Fillings
200,000 TonsA'ear
T

Current Cost per ton
$11.00
UTS Cost per ton
$43 to 94, ave $56.00
Per ton increase
$45.00
Total Annual Increase
200,000 X $45.00 =
$9,000,000
i
Offsite other Uses :
t
66,000 TonsA'ear *> 33,000 TonsA'ear
r u
Stabilized with
Other Chemicals
66,400 TonsA'ear
Treatment
33,000 TonsA'ear
; i
Current Cost per ton
$31 to 64, ave $41 .00
UTS Cost per ton
$43 to 94, ave $56.00
Per ton increase
$15.00
Total Annual Increase
66,400 X $15.00 -
$996,000
Current Cost per ton
$200.00
UTS Cost per ton
$120 to 329, ave $245.00
Per ton increase
$45.00
Total Annual Increase
33,000 X $45.00 =
$1,485,000
  Summary Total Annual Increase for UTS

             $11,481,000
    (based on average per ton increase)

             $24,376,200
  (based on high range value of increase)

             $61,897,000
(based on ail hazardous waste going offsite)
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                  APPENDIX B
PHONE LOGS REGARDING METALS RECOVERY CAPACITY

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                                   Metals Recovery
                                     Phone Logs
 Mr. Richard Hanewald
 INMETCO
 Location: Pittsburg, PA
 Phone: 412-758-2808
 Interview conducted by:  Maribelle Rodriguez
 Date of interview: November 11,1997

 Mr. Hanewald stated that INMETCO can meet the treatment standards proposed in the second
 supplemental proposed rule for all metals with the exception of beryllium, silver, and antimony.
 He indicated that they do not treat waste streams containing any of these metals, but the metals
 are present in the wastes as trace elements. He noted that their systems cannot be modified.
 They can either treat the waste or not.

 INMETCO's counsel, Mr. Neil King, called on November 20, 1997 and confirmed the
 information provided by Mr. Hanewald.

 Mr. AH Alabi
 Horsehead Resources Development Company, Inc.
 Location: PA
 Phone: 610-826-8815
 Interview conducted by: Maribelle Rodriguez
 Date of interview: November 12,1997

 Mr. Alabi indicated that they were compiling data on treatment performance to be submitted
 directly to EPA on that same day. He also indicated that any questions regarding the ability of
 their treatment  systems to meet the proposed standards could be answered by reviewing that data.

 Mr. Joseph DeSipio
 Environmental Technologies International, Inc. (ETI)
Location: Shillington, PA
Phone: 610-796-9102
Interview conducted by: Maribelle Rodriguez
Date of interview: December 1,1997

Mr. DeSipio stated that ETI can treat various kinds of hazardous wastes (i.e., mercury, lead,
arsenic, copper, chromium, and cadmium) to the treatment standards proposed in the second
 supplemental proposed rule.  They would need six to eight weeks to modify their units (i.e.,
mobile and fixed-base units) to meet these standards. He also indicated that they have five sites
and each site has a maximum capacity of 100,000 tons per year.
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                                    APPENDIX C
                       DATA ON VITRIFICATION CAPACITY
This appendix has two sections:

C-l:   Provides phone logs of a calls to vitrification facilities and vendors contacted by the
       Agency.

C-2:   Describes the vitrification technology, its applicability, limitations/constraints, and
       availability/costs.

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                                    Appendix C-l

                   PHONE LOGS OF VITRIFICATION FACILITIES
       Mr. Matt Haas
       Geosafe Corporation
       Location: Richland, WA
       Phone: 509-375-0710
       Interview conducted by: Gail Shaw
       Date of interview: March 7,1997
       Date of follow-up interview: April 11,1997

       Mr. Haas believes that their facility may be the only supplier of in-situ vitrification. They
 currently have one system operating which has an available capacity of 15,000 tons/year. The
 facility can readily expand its operations to three systems if the demand arises. Therefore, their
 current maximum capacity would be 45,000 tons/year.
       Mr. Doug Rosholt
       MSE Technology Applications
       Location: Butte, MT
       Phone: 406-494-7100
       Interview conducted by: Gail Shaw
       Date of interview: March 7,1997
       Date of follow-up interview: April 11,1997

       Mr. Rosholt responded that their commercial facility supplies plasma vitrification. The
unit's available capacity is 2,000 tons/year, that is also their maximum capacity.
       Ms. Yvonne Eglanton
       Vortech Corporation
       Location: Collegeville, PA
       Phone: 610-489-2255
       Interview conducted by: Gail Shaw
       Date of interview: March 7,1997

       Ms. Eglanton responded that their corporation is a vendor of vitrification technology
equipment.
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       Mr. Matt Mede
       Retech
       Location: Ukiah, CA
       Phone: 707-462-6522
       Interview conducted by: Gail Shaw
       Date of interview: March 7,1997

       Mr. Mede responded that their corporation is a vendor of vitrification technology
equipment.
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Aooendix C-2   ATTACHMENT TO MEMORANDUM FROM BILL KLINE (UA EPA)
 PF^                 TO ICF INCORPORATED, MARCH 17, 1994
                          Vitrification

 1.  Process  Description

     Vitrification is the process by which contaminated soils a*»
 converted into chemically inert and stable glass and crystalline
 materials by  a thermal treatment process operating at a
 temperature of 2000 degrees F to 2800 degrees F.  This technology
 is  primarily  intended for the treatment of heavy metals; however,
 an  organics content of up to 20% can be handled.  A high current
 of  electricity is passed through electrodes inserted into the
 contaminated  soil.   The heat causes a melt that  gradually works
 downward through the soil.   Organic constituents are destroyed
 while  the inorganic contaminants are immobilized in the high
 compress ive strength glass-like or ceramic end product. A volume
 reduction of  20% to 45% is  achieved.   Types of vitrification
 processes include glass-melting furnaces-,  h±gtt--tempe~raTure
 wall reactors.

 2 .  Waste APP!J
     Vitrification was originally tested as  a means  of
 immobilizing  low  level radioactive metals. • However,  it can  be
 applied to a  wide range  of  contaminants.  The process destroys
 nitrates and  partially decomposes sulfate compounds.   Fluoride
 and chlorine  compounds are  dissolved into the glass  materials up
 to their limits of solubility.  Wastes  containing heavy metals,
 PCBs, for example, will  either  fuse  or  vaporize.

 3. Limitations/Constraints

     vitrification processes  are  very energy intensive (800-1000
 kw/ton) , requiring temperatures up to 2500 degrees F for fusion
 and melting of the waste-silicate matrix.  Commercial waste
 management companies may not  have built vitrification processes
 because: vitrification is only  specified as  BOAT for a few
 relatively small-volume  hazardous wastes, there is little, if any
 operating experience with the process,  and RCRA permitting
 officials have essentially  no experience with this process.
 Total organic concentrations  are  limited to  20% by weight.   Also,
 inorganic debris  is limited to  a  maximum of  20% by volume.

 4. Availabllitv/Capaeitv/Costa

    ' At this  time, vitrification  processes have not  been widely
 accepted.  As mentioned  above,  this  may be due to the high
 operation costs,  technical  complexity of the process,  and
 difficulty in obtaining  permits.   The cost of this process can go
 up to $1000 per ton, with an  average cost in the range of $400-
 $600 per ton  of soil.  The  following companies* are  believed to
 provide vitrification processes:

     1.   B&w Nuclear Environmental  Services, Inc.;  pilot-scale

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          unit:  200  Ib/hour
     2.   DOE/Battelle Memorial  Institute's Pacific Northwest
          Laboratory; pilot  scale;  3 units constructed, 6 other
          units  planned: 10-25 tons/day
     3.   Electro-Pyrolysis, Inc.:  pilot-scale unit: 100-500
          Ib./hour
     4.   EM&C Engineering Assoc.;  bench-scale; hoped to go full-
          scale  in 1993
     5.   Geosafe Corp.; full-scale unit: 4-6 tons/hour; l unit
          constructed, 1 other unit planned
     6.   J.M. Huber Corp.
     7.   Penberthy Electromelt  International, Inc.
     8.   Pyrogenics, Inc.
     9.   Stir-Melter, Inc.(subsidiary of Glasstech, Inc.); full-
          scale  unit: 2 tons/hour
     10.  Texaco Syngas, Inc.; full-scale unit: 2-4 tons/hour
     11.  Thagard Research Corp.
     12.  Western Product Recovery  Group, Inc.: full-scale unit:
          600-1000 Ib./hour; 1 planned unit
     13.  Vortec Corp.: pilot-scale unit: 20 tons/day
     14.  Vulcan Resources,  Ltd.
     15.  Westinghouse Electric  Corp.
* NOTE:  Many of the above-mentioned bench-scale/pilot-scale
systems for each of the treatment technologies were reported as
being such nearly a year ago.  Thus, it is quite feasible that at
least some of these systems are now commercially available as
full-scale systems.
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                 APPENDIX D
           1995 BRS DATA (GM FORM)
TC METAL WASTES MANAGED ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE

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  1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal Wastes Managed On-Site and Off-Site

                                   Data Keys


 WASTE CODE



 D004  - Arsenic

 D005  - Barium

 D006  - Cadmium

 D007  - Chromium

 D008  - Lead

 D009  - Mercury

 D010  - Selenium

 D011   - Silver



 ORIGIN CODE


 1       The hazardous waste was generated on site from a production process, service activity,
        or routine cleanup (including off-specification or spent chemicals).

 2       The hazardous waste was the result of a spill cleanup, equipment decommissioning, or
        other remedial cleanup activity.

3       The hazardous waste was derived from the management of a non-hazardous waste.

4       The hazardous waste was received  from off site and was not recycled or treated on site.

5      The hazardous waste was a residual from the on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of
        a previously existing hazardous waste.
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                                                                      SOURCE CODES
 Code   Waste source
                                           Code  Waste source
 CLEANING AND DECREASING

 A01    Stripping
 A02    Acid cleaning
 A03    Caustic (Alkali) cleaning
 ACM    Flush rinsing
 A05    Dip rinsing
 ACM    Spray rinsing
 A07    Vapor decreasing
 A08    Physical scraping and removal
 A09    Clean out process equipment
 A19    Other cleaning and degreasing
 SURFACE PREPARATION AND FINISHING
 A21
 A22
 A23
 A24
 A25
 A26
 A27
 A29
Bectroieas plating
Pboephating
Pickling

Other surace coating/prepantion (Specify
in Comments)
PROCESSES OTHER THAN SURFACE
PREPARATION

A31    Product i lining
A32    Piuduct filtering
A33    Piuduct dtsoUatiao
A34    Product solvent

A36    Spent catalyst removal
A37
A38    Tank stodge removal
A39    Slag removal
A40    Metal
A41
A49
       preparation (Specify ID C
PRODUCTION OR SERVICE DERIVED ONE-
TIME AND INTERMnTENT PROCESSES
                                          A5S    Filter/Battery replacement
                                          A56    Discontinue use of process equipment
                                          A57    Discarding off-spec material
                                          ASS    Discarding out-of-date products or
                                                  chemicals
                                          A59    Other production-derived one-time and
                                                  intermittent processes
                                          A60    Sludge removal
REMEDIATION DERIVED WASTE

A61    Superfund Remedial Action
A62    Superfund Emergency F^pqntf
A63    RCRA Corrective Action at solid waste

A64    RCRA closure of hazardous waste
       management unit
A65    Underground storage tank cleanup
A69    Other remediation
POLLUTION CONTROL OR WASTE
TREATMENT PROCESSES
                                          A71
                                          A72
                                          A73
                                          A74
                                          ATS
                                          A76
                                          A77
                                          ATS
                                          A79
                                          A89
                                                               ncovcjy
       W;
       Sludge dewatering
       Airpoflntk
                    KtlOt OCVICCS
               collection
       Other pollution control or waste

       PROCESSES
A91

A92

A93
                                          A94
                                          A99
                                                                    (e-g,, fkx»r
                                                 dosore of mnagement nnit(s) or
                                                              ' tfaan by remediation
       Routine clesnap
               i)
       specified in codec A61 - A69
       Laboratory
       Other
A51    Leak collection
A53    Cleanup of spill residues
A54    Oil change*
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  FORM  COOES
  Code   Waste description
                                               Code   Waste description
                  LAB PACKS
 LAB PACKS - Lib packs of mixed wastes,
 gi«»miff«i«, lib wastes

 B001   Lab packs of old chemicals only
 6002   Lab packs of debris only
 B003   Mixed lab packs
 B004   Lab packs containing acute hazardous
         wastes
 B009   Other lab packs (Specify in Comments)

                   LIQUIDS
 INORGANIC LIQUIDS -Wtste that bptimrily
 inorganic and highly fluid (e.g., aqueous), with low
          tnfammniT' ••tfyfa **A \gq/ inumn'if
 B205
 B206
 B207

 B208
 B209
 B210
                                                      Oil-water emulsion or mixture
                                                      Waste oil
                                                      Concentrated aqueous solution of other
                                                      organics
                                                      Concentrated phenolics
                                                      Organic paint, ink, lacquer, or vanish
                                                      Adhesive* or epones
 B212
 B219
                                                      Reactive or poiymerizsbk organic liquid
                                                      Other organic liquids (Specify in
 B101    Aqueous watte with low solvents
 B102    Aqueous watte with low other tone
 B103
 B104
 B105
 B106

 B107
 BIOS

 B109
 B110
 Bill
 B112

 B113

 B114

 B115
 B116
 B117
 B119
                                                                 SOLIDS
                                              INORGANIC SOLIDS - Waste that is prinariJy
                                              inorganic and solid, with low organic content and
                                              tow-te-moduate water content; not pumpabfe
Spent acid win metals
Spent acid without metals
Acidic aqueous waste
Caustic solution with metals but no
cyanides
Caustic solution with meals and cyanides
Caustic soiotion with cyanides but no
metals
Spent caustic
Caustic aqueous watte
Aqueous waste with reactive snlfides
Aqueous waste with other reactives (e,g.,
explosives)
Other aqueous waste with high dissolved
solids
Other aqueous waste with tow dissolved
solids
Scrubber water
        Soil contaminated with organks

        Ash, slag, or other residue from
Waste liquid mercury
Other inorganic liquids (Specify in
B301

B3Q3

B304
B305

B306

B307
B308
B309    Batteries or battery parti,
B310    Spent solid filters or adsorbents
B311    Asbestos solids and debris
B312    Metal-cyanide salts/chemicals
B313    Reactive cyanide salts/chemicals
B314    Reactive snlfide salts/chemicals
B315    Other reactive salts/chemicals
B316    Other metal sabs/chemicals
B319    Other waste inorganic solids (Specify in

        Other 'dry' ash, slag, or thermal naidae
        •Dry' fine or metal hydroxide solids
        chemically "fixed*
        'Dry' lime or metal hydroxide solids not
        •fixed'
        Metal scale, filings,
        Tinny or crushed metal
ORGANIC LIQUIDS - Waste mat is primarily
organic and is highly fluid, with low inorganic
solids content and low-to-modente water content
B201    f'"TK'*ntnt*>d solvent-water solution
B202    Halogenated (e.g., chlorinated) solvent
B203    Nonhalogeaated solvent
B204    Halogenated/nonhalogeoated solvent
        mixture
                                              ORGANIC SOLIDS - Waste that is primarily
                                              organic and solid, with low-to-moderate inorganic
                                              content and water >«"*»T*: not pumpabk

                                              B401   Halogenated pesticide solid
                                              B402   Nonhalogenated pesticide solid
                                              B403   Solid reams or polymerized orgnics
                                              B404   Spent carbon
                                              B40S   Reactive organic solid
                                              B406   Empty fiber  or plastic containers
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   FORM  CODES
   (Continued)
  Code    Waste description
                                                    Code  Waste description
B407   Other halogenated organic solids (Specify
        m Comments)
B409   Other nonhalogenated organic solids
        (Specify in Comments)

                 SLUDGES
INORGANIC SLUDGES - Waste oat is primarily
inorganic, with noderate-tc-high water content and
low organic content, and pompabte

B501    i-Hna stodge widnut metais
BS02    Uineshidfe win inetalafaetd hydroxide
        •Judge
T*Cf¥>    tlT  •* ••••••• •    - -  - - •*•  •lanl^a 	*iti tjvw*n
03U3    WtMBWlCBsT tTCatfBBOft tttU(6 WUB tOXlC
                       treat
                                t ilmlge
 B504   Other
 H5Q5   Untreated
 BffPv   Untreated plating aludge with <
-B507   Oner shidge wim eyanidea
 B508   Shidge witfa reactive aolfidei
 BS09   Stodge with other reactive*
 B510   Degreaamg siodge with metal seafe or
  B511   Air poUotkan control device atadfe (e.g.,
         fly ash. wet scrohber atodajB)

         witfaorganica
, B513   Sedimott or tarmdragool contaminated
 B514   Drilling
 B515   Aabeatoa stony or aladfe
 B516   Chloride or other
 BS19   Olh«
         Comments)
 ORGANIC SLUDGES - Wa
        with!
                            lhat tapninafljy
                                   tids
 B601   Stffl
 B602
                  ofhalogeo*ted(e,g.,
       liquids
       Stffl
                                                     B608    Sewage or other untreated biological
                                                             sludge
                                                     B609    Other organic sludges (Specify in
                                                             Comments)

                                                                       GASES
                                                     INORGANIC GASES - Waste that is primarily
                                                     inorganic with a low organic content and is a gas at
                                                     ilu>iij«>6fic pressure
                                                     B701   Inorganic
                                                     ORGANIC GASES - Wane that is primarily
                                                     organic with low-to-moderate
                                                     is a gas at i
                                                     B801
 B603   Oily sludge
 B604   Organic pamt or ink atodfe
 B60S   Reactive or pofymerizabfe
 B606   KeainSi tant or tarry aludge
 B607   Biological treatment sludge
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  SYSTEM TYPE CODES
  Code   System type
     Code  System type
 METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)

 M011   High temperature metals recovery
 M012   Retorting
 M013   Secondary smelting
 M014   Other metals recovery for reuse: e.g.t ion
        6XCD8DCC*  t^BVCHC OODOm* AQu ififtColflfi*
        etc. (Specify in Comments)
 M019   Metals recovery - type unknown

 SOLVENTS RECOVERY

 M021   Fractionation/diatmation
 M022   Tom nbn evaporation
 M023   Solvent extraction
 M024   Other solvent recovery (Specify in

 M029   Solvents recovery - type unknown

 OTHER RECOVERY

 M031   Acid regeneration
 M032   Other recovery: e.g., waste oO recovery,
        nonsoivent orgamcs recovery f etc.
        (Specify m Comments)
 M039   Other recovery • type unknown

 INCINERATION

 M041   Incineration - liquids
 M042   Incineration - sludge*
 M043   Incineration - soBds
 M044  Incineation - gasea
 M049  Incineration - type unknown

ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE AS FUEL)

M051  Energy recovery • liquids
MOS2  Energy recovery - sludges
MOS3  Energy recovery - soiidf
MOS9
FUEL BLENDING

M061  Fuel blending

AQUEOUS INORGANIC TREATMENT

M071  Chrome reduction followed by chemical
       precipitation
                                                 M072  Cyanide dectniedon followed by chranical
                                                        precipitation
                                                 M073  Cyanide destruction only
                                                 M074  Chemical oxidation followed by chemical
                                                        precipitation
                                                 M075  Chemical r^i^iatirT only
                                                 M076  Wet air oxidation
                                                 M077  Chemical precipitatioa
                                                 MOTS  Oner aqueous inorganic treatment e.g.t
                                                        ion "^"HIIH* . revene ''f n>"*'*. etc.
           (Specify m Comments)
    M079   Aqueous inorganic treatment - type
           unknown

    AQUEOUS ORGANIC TREATMENT

    M081   Bioiogicaltnatmeat
    Jn0S2   CitfwOO
    M083   Air/u
    MOM   Wet air oxidat
    MOSS
                                                                                  (Specify
                                                                  y
                                                M0t9  Aqueous organic treatment - type unknown

                                                AQUEOUS ORGANIC AND INORGANIC
                                                TREATMENT
                                                M091
                                                M092
                  pinr ipitation in i
          bMofical trettnent
obmation with
                                 pbinafka with
                                                M093  Wet air oxidation
                                                M094  Oner organic/inorganic tnatment (Specify
                                                M099  Aqueous orgi
                           1 I&OTB8&IC IVBiU^DCO* *
          type unknown

    SLUDGE TREATMENT

    M101  Sludge dewatering
    M102  Addition of excos
    M103  Absorption/adsorption
    M104  Solvent extraction
    M109  Sludge **•»*!*»& - type unknown
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 SYSTEM TYPE CODES
 (Continued)
 Code   System type                                Code   System type
 STABILIZATION

 Ml 1 1   Subiliztdon/Cbemical fixation using
        cdocotitious and/or |*"77ff*v"r materials
 Ml 12   Otber stabilization (Specify in Comments)
 Ml 19   Stabilization - type unknown

 OTHER TREATMENT

 M12I   Neutralization only
 M122   Evaporation only
 M123   fettling/clarification only
 M124   Phase separation (e-g., mmlrion braking,
        filtration) only
 M12S   Other tratmeat (Specify in Comments)
 M129   Oner treatment - type unknown

 DISPOSAL

 M131    Lad treatmeat/apptication/fininnig
 M132   Landfill
 M133    Snrftee impniiiirtmmf (to be doted at a
        landfill)
 M134
M13S  Direct diadufge to lewer/FOTW (no prior

«^«4^
M1JO
       NPDES (no prior ueataaul)
M137  Otber aapoaal (Specify in Commenti)

TRANSFER FACILITY STORAGE
M141  Transfer fvaBty Aorafe, witte was
       ihijH**d on arte with no on^fltB IJJR
       activity
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  ACTIVITY CODES
Co4t   Waste minimization activity
                                                     Code  Wastes*
                                                                            activity
 W01   OQ-site beneficial nse/1
        1993
 W02   Off-site beneficial use/:
        1993
                                     RECYCLING ACTIVITY

                               "'gm during
                                SOURCE REDUCTION ACTIVTrY
 GOOD OPERATING PRACTICES

 Wll  Began to segregate types of hazardous waste
       to make then more amenable to recycling
 W12  Began to sefrepte (Hopped eft"*it»m)
       hazardous waste from noo-hazBrdous waste
       (Note:  for porposes of hazardous waste
       reporting, reduces vohnne of hazardous
       waste, bat does not reduce tots!
       volume)
 W13  Improved maintenance •****
W14
                    or pr
       Chanced production schedule to

W19   Other changes in T"*"*"f practices
       (Specify in Comments)
INVENTORY CONTROL
W21
                                 oat
       materials do not stay in inventory beyond
       shelf-life
W22   Began to test outdated material-continue to
       use if still effective
W23   BinimstedsbdMiienqittROXBtsfcTAiMe
W24  Instituted better labeffing procedures
W2S  I»M*itBff*
               tttmt WOUld
W29  Other (Specify in
SPILL AND LEAK PREVENTION
W31  Improved storage or
W32  Improved proc
                      es for loading,
W33

W34
W35
             ig, and t ransfer
      Installed overflow alarms or automatic
      shut-off valves
      jij«*«H^j secondary containment
      Instilled vapor recovery systems
                                                         unpiementBd manecQon or monitonnc
                                                         ufogi'aui of potential spill or leak
                                                  W39   Other (Specify in Comments)

                                                  RAW MATERIAL MODIFICATIONS

                                                  W41   Increased purity of raw materials
                                                  W42   Substituted raw materials
                                                  W49   Other (Specify in Commeott)

                                                  PROCESS MODIFICATIONS

                                                  W51   Instituted closed-loop recycling
                                                  W52   Modified equipment, layout, or piping

                                                  W54   Instituted better controls on operating
                                                         conditions (flow rate, tempe
                                                                                     «, pressure,
                                                   WSS   Changed from smaO vohn
                                                                                         rsto
                                                        bulk containen to •"*«««*» discarding of
                                                        ^**W ^**"****^s**
                                                  WSS  Other (Specify in Comments)
                                                   WS9   Modified stripping/ckaning equipment
                                                   W60   Changrd to *~fk**i**t stripping/cleaning
                                                  W61
                                                         devices (from solvents or
                                                         Changed to aqueous cleaners (from solvents
                                                         or other materials)
                                                   W62  Reduced the number of solvents used, to
                                                         make waste more amenable to recycling
                                                   W63  Modified cootainmem procedure! for
                                                               units
                                                  W64  Improved draining procedures
                                                  W65  Redesigned parts racks to reduce dragout
                                                  Woo  Modified or installed nnse systems
                                                  wr o i  Improved rmse eoutpment design
                                                  W6o  Impiuveu rmse eouipment operation
                                                  W71  Other (Specify in Comments)

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 ACTIVITY CODES
 (Continued)
 Code   Waste minimization activity
Code  Waste minimization activity
      Surface preparation and finishing

W72  Modified spray systems or equipment
W73  Substituted coating nyt
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WMeCodB I System Type | EPAB |Votane(Ton»>IFotm.CoaB|stCCod»|Soi»c»Code|OhQinCo
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WWteCocM : ISytWnTypal .EPAJD IVMum»(I(ins)|FaRnCodelSCCod»ISaijrcBCode|OronCode
D004:D007
0004:0007
0004:0007
0004:0007
D004:DO07
D004:D007;D008
D004:D007;D008
D004:D007;D008:D010 	
D004: D007: D008: DO1 0
DOO4:D007;D009
D004:DOO8
DO04;DOO8:D010;D011 ~ 	 	 	
0004:0009
0004:0010
0004:0010
0004:0010 """ 	 """
0005
0005
D005
0005 "" 	 " "
0005
0005
0005 	
0005
0005 	
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Waste Code (SyrfemTvool EPAttJ I Vok«n« (Ton»)(FcxTri CodetSIC Code] Source CoOelOnipn Code
DO08
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
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0008
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0008
D008
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0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
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0008
boos
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008 	
bobs 	
D008
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D008
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DObS 	
0008 	
0008
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0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
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M077
M077
M077
M077
M111
M074
M077
M078
M125
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	 M077
M019
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	 M125
	 M077
M014
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	 M078
	 M077
	 :M077 	
	 M078
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M014
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M024
M079
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	 M077
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	 	 M014 	
M021
M101
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•M119 	
M125 	
"~ M122
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M132
:M132
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M132
M132
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M111
	 	 " -M077 	
M125
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M021
M072
:M081
M081
M081
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M124
M124
M043
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	 M043
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	 M081
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MND000819292
MND001037639
MND0061 47268
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NC0980843866
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NC0981 861438
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NHD037695236
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed On Site
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6.17 B504
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) -TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed On Site
WafieCode (SytMmTypef EPAK) IVokm«(7ons>|FonnCodelSIC Code) Source Code! OripinCcxJe
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D010
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0.21 B119
193.192.99 B114
0.01 B307
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0.02
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53.36 B114
0.03 B307
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1 0.582.00 B1 05
0.93 B1 14
145.50 B1 14
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28.91 8119
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	 14.288114
22.148101
32.258119
42.648519
22.02 B1 19
1.42B101
29.86 B1 19
0.448119
21.348113
1.276.008114
2911
2911
3471
3312
3861
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3483
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A23 1
                          Page 0-29

-------
1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed On Site
Waste Cods ISyKamTypal EPA ID I Volume (Tcns)l Form Codel SIC Code) Soiree Code) Origin Code
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
0011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
CXD11
0011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
0011
D011
0011
D011
0011
D011
0011
D011
Don'
D01 1
D011
D011 ""
0011
D01 1
D011
0011
0011
0011
D011
0011
D01 1
0011
0011
001 1
0011
001 1
001 1
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
con
D011
boii
0011
D011
0011
0011
D011 ~
001 1
0011
boii""
0011
DOil
0011
D011
D01 1
boii
bbn"
0011
0011
D011
0011
0011
0011
001 i "
0011
001 i
001 1
0011
D011
0011
0011
0011

M077
M014
M078
M014
M014
M014
M014 	
M078
M014
M125
'M014
M077"
	 M077 	
M014
M072
" 	 M019
"M125
M014
M014
M078
'"- 	 	 M124 	
M014 	
	 M014 	
M014"
M014
M121
M014
	 ^014 	 """
	 M135 	
M014 	
	 : 	 M014 	
	 :M014
	 M014 	
M014 	
	 M014 	
" 	 ~ M014
M125
M072
M014
M014
	 M014 	
	 "M014 	
	 M077 	
M043
	 : Ml 01 	 "
	 '. 	 M122 	
	 :M122 	
" 	 " "M014
	 'M014 	
	 M074 	
	 :M077 	
	 M077
	 . M01 4 	
	 Ml 24 	
	 M043 	
	 " 	 :M043~~'
	 M043 	
M043
.M043
:M043
M043
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	 	 M043 	
" 	 	 " 	 	 M043~
	 M043 	
	 M043 	
	 :M043 	
MOB1
M081 	
	 M081 	
	 M081 	
M081
M081
M081
	 M081 	
' " 	 ~" " M081
	 M081 	
M081
M081 	
M081
M081
:M081
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	 - 	 M081
M081
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MAD001419514
MAD001 423631
MAD01 9291 525
MAD041710609
MAD07 1723563
MAD086S38394
MAD086538394
MAD982755639
MD3750832062
MD615000409S
MDDOS0793926
MDD064846959
MDD064846959
MED037719846
MED985469279
MED985474576
MN3170022914
MND000819268
MND006159149
MND006963508
MND03733S072
MND058330473
MND081 138604
MND980700900
MND981 089790
MND985668227
MND985677210
MND985681998
MNb98S681998
MN0965684620
MND990860470
MNO360090195
MNT280010414
MO321 3720979
MOD007131113
MOD071999783
NCD000830737
NCD003459336
NCD980600894
NED000766808
NED000766816
NED986387041
NHD991 302522
NJD002141489
NJD064 266000
NM8800019434
NYb006l882bl
NY6360010312
NY0000810986
NYD0021 12399
NYD045604964
NYD045604964
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NYD980592497
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0.37 B1 14
744B114
0.54 B103
0.10B119
2.17B114
2.17B114
1.962.33 8102
0.95 B1 14
0.02 B1 14
2.09 BOOS
146 8103
2.19B106
5.00 B103
95.788107
5.258103
0.21 B119
0.76 B1 13
25^806103
4.05 B114
0.00 B103
1 .2561 19
0.50 B1 01
4.13 B105
59.83 B1 13
14.37 B101
2.56 B105
	 8.73 B119
	 9.52. B1 19
	 9.51 	
	 0.30 BIOS
' 25.21 B1 19
48.51 B119
19.388219
33.04 B519
0.55 B1 14"
2.33 B1 13
6.864.00 B107
058 BOOS
2.37 B1 19
0.69 B1 19
25!20:B113
0.27 B1 14
"1.10B504
	 26.47 B519
2.19B119
	 87.576103
6.196114
0.56:6114
3,502.92 B1 14
3.95:6119
2.75B119
84.41 6307
54.601.1 OB1 19
0.036002
0.066009
1 07 6310
0.25 B310
0.03 B310
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1.51 B310
0.29 B31 6
	 0^11 6319
	 OJ1 6319
2"bO:B319
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20.85 B1 13
20.85 B1 13
20.85B113
2.251 .8081 13
110.32B113
4.095.776113
0.88 B1 14
0.29 B1 14
275.436114
19.176114
4.656114
0.00 B119
0.096119
345.60 B1 19
0.32 B219
1.399.688219
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"A'OS 	 1 	
A37 1
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A72 1
A49 1
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A71 1
A32 1
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A99 1
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A72 1
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                          Page D-30

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) -TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed On Site
Wane. Code ISyaamTvpal EPAID |Vb*xiMaoralJR)nnCodelStCCodafS1oinCode
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
O011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
D011
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
D011
'boii"
0011
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D011
D01 1
D011
D011
0011
D011
D011
DOil
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
0011
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0011
0011
0011
0011
D011
0011
0011
0011
001 1
D011
0011
0011
D011
M122
M122
M122
M014
M014
M135
M014
"""M014
M014
M014
M014 "
M014""
	 M077 	
M072
M077
M077
	 M077
M077
	 M072
M077
M019 	
	 M077 	
	 Ml 37 	
M137
	 M129 	
M137
	 M137 	
M137
	 Ml 37 	 "
	 M1 37 	
	 :M132 	
M137
	 :M137 	
	 M141
	 M141
	 M072
	 M014
	 M014
	 	 M014 	
"" 	 	 M014""~
	 M077 	
	 M014 	
	 "M014 	
M014
M014
M071
M014
M014~ ~
M014
M014
M014
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:M014
M014
M014
M014
M014
M014
M014
M014
NYD980776827
NYD982744039
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OH6890008976
ORD049793995
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ORQOOOOObOIS
ORQ000000067
ORQOOOOOOO91
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SC1 890008989
SDD006167407
	 TN0890090004 	
"~ TN 1 890090003 ""
TN3890090001
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TN3890090001
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	 fN389009bo6i
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WA0000915298
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WAD009480823
WAD0281 34799
WAD061670766
WAD093639946
"WAD980738652
WAD988491650
WAR000001461
WAR600003780
"~ WAR000003798
:WAR06bbb3806
"wARo6bbo38i4
WAR000003822
WAR000003830
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WAR000003863
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"WAR000005199
13.01 B106
37.53 B106
6.10 B1 10
0.33 B1 14
0.53 B106
23.71 B102
30.16 B503
18.59 B503
12.57 B503
24.96 B503
16.29 B5O3
9.65 B503
	 179.31 B110
20.234.19 B107
30.351.28 B105
187.65 B106
1.138X18105
72975 B1 06
36.295.53 B1 07
6.676.42 B1 06
	 o:s9 	
399.43 B114
0.29 B101
1.60 B201
3.40 B201
0.01 	
20.05 B1 01
	 a45Bioi 	
	 i.35:Bibi 	
	 6.128261
	 3^578101 	
408.158101
105.358201
	 6!02B319
	 0.088106
2.25 8119
	 86.288119
4.25 B503
	 	 ais 81 14 	
0.868114
6;o7Bii4 	
	 b!57B113
	 6:258113
0.06 81 19
0.86 B1 19
1.21 8119
2.15B113
5.82:8114
11.04B119
15.88:8503
20.86 B503 	
19.65:8503
	 2'i".88:'B563" 	
	 35'.i23'.'B503 	
	 23.56B503" 	
26.448503
21 13B503
1895"B503
38.598503
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7384
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3499
3471
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3499
3499
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3356

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A37 1
A59 1
A59 1
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A29 1
A05 1 "
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A58 1
A99 1
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A49 1
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A49 	 1 	
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A72 1
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A37 	 1 	
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A37 	 1 	
A37 1
A37 1
A37 1
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                          Page D-31

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code I System Type | EPA ID
0004
D004
D004
D004
0004
0004
O004
0004
0004
0004
D004
0004
0004
0004
0004
D004
0004
0004
0004
0004
D004
D004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
D004
D004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
D004
0004
0004
D004
DO04
0004
0004
DO04
0004
D004
0004
0004
D004
D004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
D004
D004
D004""
D004
0004
'6604"
0004
D004
0004"
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
0004
D004
0004
0004
0004
D004
0004
M141
M141
M051
M051
M061
M094
M094
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132~
M141
M141
M132
M141
M141
M049
M111
win
M111
M041
M043
M132
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D004
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0004
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AL621 0020776
	 AL621 6020776
	 AL864b006690
ALD000826958
rALDbbb826958 	
	 :ALb004Ci23i64
	 ALbo05346432 	
"" ALbb62464748
	 : ^0079474037 	
ALb983184276 	
	 ALROMMOSOStT 	
AR0000064311
~ARD9832676bb 	
	 AZ021M2b434 	
	 "A2b210020434 	
"AZ457bb'24055
" ^24570024055 	
	 'AZD09i235457
	 ;AZb981636665 	
CA0001019694
"CAii7ob9bo2b^ 	
	 :CA217bb23236 	
CA2i70023236
CA2170023236"
	 CA217'6b23236 	
CA217bb23236
	 CA21 70090011 	
' CA2i7ob9obfi 	
CA3570b24551
CA3570b24551
CA41 70090027
CA4170090027
CA41 70090027
0.37 B319
2.06 8302
1.50 B106
20.96 B106
10.45 B201
0.31 B310
0.00 B009
0.10 B319
6.92 B410
0.00 B319
3.47 B119
0.25 B319
0.36 B206
1.75B316
5.74 B1 14
	 1.61 B114
2.52 B1 14
4.75 B316
12.08 B319
	 3.50 B319"
0.52.8102
5.17 B205
14.84 B102
62.63 B319
77.75 B319
292.00 B319
60.00 B319
"" 16.25 6319
28.00 B319
	 6.68 B31S 	
0^46003
14.85 B319
	 3.78 B205 	
408.03 B205
0.206407 	
0.01 B101
0.00 B101
	 b.oo"Bi"bi
0.01 B206
0.05 B209
0.00 B101
0.53 B101
0.19 B101
0.01rB202
0.008210
	 b.15:B304
0.02
	 ""b.6o
	 0^8209 	
0^02; 8209
abvBobi 	
0.02B003
0.04 B003
	 b.57"B204' 	
0.11 B206
104.82 B306
	 abi'Bobs 	
ai3: BIOS'
0.48 B001
	 0.34 B519 	
	 17X28319 	
	 0.008210
2.79 8316
	 "0.01 8119 	
	 abb 8219 	 f'
0.62 B206
	 2.86 B31 9
0.13
0^34 8310
0.006203
0.088211
" "" 0.70 B403
0.068203
0.038211
0.008001
0.18 B101
o.bb
0.00
0.048203
2.04 8319
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2499
9711
3471
3494
2621
2819
2819
2819
2819
2819
2819
2819
'3554
3592
3229
3229
3229
3229
3229
3229"
'3229
2911
2869
4922
4922
"4922
9999
9711
	 9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
971 f
9711
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97 jl
9711
4911
8221
8221
2899
3769
"2819
8221
9999
2861
3482"
3496
9199
'9199
'9711
'9711'
'3674
3675
9999'
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9199
9199'
9711
9711
9999
9999
'9999
A94
A69
	 A61
A61
A61
A09
A99
A57
A49
A89
A22
A81
A54
A78
A82
A82
A89 	
A78
A89
A89
A35
A75
	 A53
A59~
A78
A59
	 A59 	
'A5~9 ""
A78
A59
	 'A94 	
A09 	 "
"" 	 A59 	
	 "A59 	
	 A61 	
A57
	 A57 	
	 A57 	
	 A54 	
A21
A57
A57
A59
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	 "A21 	
".""1.A69"..'..'''"'"


	 A58 	
ASS
A58
A94
'A94
A5B
A56
A57 "
A94
:A61
^A58
;A57~
A40
ASS
:A01
	 :ASB"
	 'ASB 	
VA29
	 A09 	
"ASS"
A21
A59
" A21
A21
A59
A59
A59 "


A19
A99
	 A59 	
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 	
1
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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                           Page 0-39

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code I System Type t EPA ID |v
-------
1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Wasta
D005
D005
D005
DOOS
D005
DOOS
D005
D005
D005
D005
D005
D005
DOOS
DOOS
D005
D005"
D005
D005
D005
DOOS
D005
D005
DOOS
D005~
D005
DOOS
DOOS
D005~
DOOS
D005
0005
DOOS
DObS
D005
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D005~"
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS'
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
5605
DOOS
DOOS
CMOS
boos
DOOS
DOOS"
DOOS
bbbS 	
D005"
boos
boos
bobs
boos"
bobs
bobs
boos
boos
DOOS
bobs
DOOS
DOOS
D005
0005
DOOS
DOOS
D005
D005
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
Code! System Type
M077
M141
M141
M141
M141
M061
M141
M043
M041
M043
M043
" M129
M043
M043
M043
M019~
M019
M141
M141
M119
M141
M132
M041
M141
	 M141 	
Ml 41
M141 	
M132
	 M041 	
	 M041 	
	 M132 	
M141
	 M141 	
	 M141 	
	 M141 	
M141
	 Ml 41 	
Ml 41 	
	 M141 	
	 M141
M141
M141
:M141
~~" "M141
M141
M141
	 M141 	
	 M141
	 ~M141 	
	 M141 	
Miii 	
M141
M041 	
M061
M061
:M141
" 	 ~M141 	
	 M141 	
	 M141 	 "
M141 	
	 M141 	
	 "~M141 	
	 M141 	
~ M141
	 ~M141 	
	 M141 	
	 "M141 	
M141
	 M141 	
	 M141 	
	 M141 	
M141
	 M141 	
M141
	 M141 	
	 M141 	 ""
M141
	 M141 	
M141
M129
Mi 29
J EPAID
CAT08O014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080033723
CT41 70022020
CTD001 140854
CTD001 147495
CTD001 147495
CTD001 147495
CTD001148717
CTD001 159730
CTD001 164888
CTD001 164888
CTD001186212
"cTDObl186212
CTD001186212
CTD042279513
CTD043029644
CTD043029644
CTD1 08963257
CTD980916597
CTD983871260
CtO6903b7871
DC81 70024311
DC8170024311
DED003930807
"DED042263764
DED980830400
DED9808304OO
FL51 70022474
FL5i70b22474
FL5690308338
FL6170b24412"
FL61 7002441 2
FL61 7002441 2
FL61 7002441 2
FL7570024375
FL7570024375
FL81 70023792
FL91 70024260
FL9170024567
FL91 70024567
FL91 70024567
FLD004104105
FLD039677810
FLD0396778lb"
FLDb5b455278
GA4210022733
GAbob3267192
GAD006924872
GAD05955411I3
GAD059554113
GAD059554113
GAD073440950
GiAb07344095b
GAD073440950
GAbb75942706
GAT000002148"
GU4170027334
GU4170027334
GU51 70022680
GU5170022680
GU51 70022680
GU5170022680
GU5170022680
GU5170022680
GU517bo22680
GU5170022680
GU51 70022680
GU51 70022680
GU6571999519
GU6571999519
GU71 70027323
GU7170027323
HI0000243618
HI0000449199
HI0170090005
HI1170024326"
HI1 170024326
IVofeme (Tons) IFOOTI Code
0.02 B114
0.15B409
0.08 B409
0.04 B409
0.06 B409
19.74 B606
0.01 B319
" 0.01 B001
0.01 B003
0.07 B316
0.19B316
1.20 B316
1.94B403
0.27 B319
0.42 B319
2.85B319
6.90 B319
21. 06 B1 19
5.83 B519
23.52 B302
5.67 B31 9
	 asci:B307 	
2.48 B206
"" 	 0.15 B003" 	
	 b.ob'B409 	
0.00 BOOS
	 abb;Bob3 	
	 2.15 B306
0.60 B409
	 a39;B409 	
26.87 B302
	 0.00 B119
	 ab6B202 	
50.03 B309
	 0.00 B219 	
	 "o!bsB40i 	
o!ob:B407
	 0.078407 	
0.04;B310
0.01:6310
0.01 B306
0.02 B206
1.578307
" 0.44 B319
0.09 B319
0-23B316
	 6;05:B316 	
4.25 B316 	
' 	 ai2"i2i9 	
	 0.01 B219
" 	 	 O25'B316 	
3.SOB319
	 1.26:6101 	
	 1^5b:B269 	
" 	 b:53B409 	
ii.isBsie"
	 5.50 B319 	
3.806516
i™9f'B319 	
1T156101 	
6/1 6'- B1 19
	 aoi'B3i4 	
aiOB113
0.02 B1 13
0.18B113
1.77 6113
	 bj38-B206 	
0.04 B206
	 o!68:B206 	
	 0.02 B206 	
0.03 6209
0.026316
bil"B202
0.01 B407
0.02 B206
0.08 B219
o!04B202
a6i'B219
0.15 B219
0.00 6204
' 0.00 B209
SIC I
8221
7996
7996
7996
7996
2522
9711
3724
2833
2833
2833
3562
3086
2851
2851
3675
3675
3675
2869
3728
3728
3585
3812
8734
8221
8733
8733
8731
3841
2865
2865
9711
9711
8744
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
3812
3675
3675
3669
9711
284l'
4512
2893
2893
2893
3545
3545
3545
3691
5311
4499
4499
4424
4424
4424
4424
4424
4424
4424
4424
4424
4424
4225
4225
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
4581
4581
Jodet Source Code | Origin Code
ASS 1
A21 1
A21 1
A21 1
A21 1
A21 1
A09 1
A57 1
A94 1
A34 1
A34 1
:A57 " 1 	
A92 1
A92 1
A92 1
A57" " T
	 A71 	 1 	
A09 1
A38 	 1 	
A69 " 	 2 ""
A25 1
A08 1
	 A40 1
"" A94' " 	 i ""'
A58 	 1 	
A94 1
	 " 	 A94 	 1 	
A94 " T
' "A57 	 1 	
	 A58 	 1 	
	 A99 	 2 	
•A58 	 1 	
	 A19 	 "i" 	
'•A69 	 2 	
A49 	 "i
ASS "" 	 r 	
	 ';A58 	 i 	
	 'ASS 	 "i 	
	 ^ASS 	 1 	
"ASS "1
A58 1
"A54 1
ASS "1
"ASS 1
ASS 1
ASS 1
	 :A35 	 ."1 	
ASS " " 	 r
	 A49 	 1 	
	 'ASS 	 :i 	
	 A57 	 1 	 	
A58 1
	 -A19 	 1 	
" A08 	 "1 	
	 :A78 	 1 	
"~A25 	 " 1" 	
	 A59 	 "i 	
"'"AOS 	 1
	 A58 	 1 	
:A60 	 " ~'1
	 A19 	 1 	
	 -A58 	 1 	
•A57 	 1 	
A57 1
ASS 1
	 ASS 	 1 	
	 ASS" 	 r 	
A58 1
	 -ASS 	 :"i 	
	 ASS 	 1 	
	 'ASS 	 1 	
" ASS "" " :1
	 -ASS 	 1 	
	 ASS 	 r
	 ASS 	 1 	
A59 	 1
	 -ASS 	 1 	
	 ASS 	 "1 ' 	
ASS 1
ASS 	 " 1
	 ASS' 	 "1 	
                           PageD-41

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code (System
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005""
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
D005
D005
D005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005 "
D005
D005
boos"
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
obbs
ooos"
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
D005
0005
0005
D005
boos
0005
bobs
boos
boos
0005 "
bobs
boos
bobs
boos"
boos
boos
bobs
bobs
bobs
bobs
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
D005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
0005
M129
M061
M061
M061
M079
M111
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
'M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
	 M129 	
M129 '
;M129
	 M141 	
M049
M04~1 "
	 M141 	
M141
	 M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M077
M132
M141
M141
M043
M141
M043
M111
M061
	 MO61 	
M111
	 "Mi'ii 	
M132
	 Mill 	
	 VM141 "
	 M141
	 "" M111
	 Ml 11 	
MOSI
"M061 	
M11T"
	 Mill 	
	 M141 	
	 M111 	
"" M132 :"
	 Ml 11 	
M119
"M119
" M039
M141
:M141
M061
M061 '"
	 Ml 11
M041
M132
M119
M132
M132
M111
M141
M041
Type | EPMD
H1 11 70024326
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
H1 11 70024334
H1 11 70024334
H1 11 70024334
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
HM170024334
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
HI31 70024340
HI3170024340
HI3170024340
HI8170090015
HI81 7009001 5
HI8170090015
HI81 7009001 5
IAD062761671
IAD062761671
IAD062761671
IADO52761671
IAD062761671
	 IAD062761671
iAD981121486
IAD984621383
IAf200010924
	 IAT200010924
IAT200010924
ID0570025874
"IDD009073511
IDD075746271
100980976831
IL3170022930
IL3890008946
	 IL3890008946
IL71 70024577
ILDOO 22931 24
ILD005071808
ILD005076567
ILD005076567
ILD005076567
ILD005076567
1LDO05078126
ILD005093109
ILb0051 19839
ILD005128814
	 ILD005171004
ILD005189196
ILD005212097
iLbbo5212097
ILD006009690
ILD006303333
110042067058
ILDO42067058
110045700945
	 "110055435895
:JLD055871370
	 110055871370
"" ILD055871370
	 ILD070168968
ILD070168968
"ILD0745B2420
ILD094740412
110980824734
INDOOO809236
IND000809236
IND003938701
IND006376362
IN0040294621
IN0044073922
INDO82859455
INDO981 38936
IND980792154
KS6214020756
KSD0071 20751
KSD007120751
KSD043941590
KSD0860 56637
KY621 0020479
KYD006370159
Volume (Tons)] Focm Code
0.00 B219
0.01 B206
0.14 B219
0.03 B801
0.03 B206
0.00 B319
0.03 B203
0.06 B206
0.30 B209
0.73 B209
0.08 B409
0.03 B21 9
0.00 B219
0.09 B409
0.04 B106
0.00 B207
0.01 B209
0.00 B316
0.00 B113
0.07 B113
0.00 B305
0.01 B310
0.00 B316
0.00 B316
0.00 B103
0.13 B103
	 aooBii4" 	
	 0.00 B305
0.00 B31 6
0.00 B21 9
0.02 B009
a is' Bioi
056B209 	
0.01 B801
0.17"B3i6
0.06 B409
0.00 B101
19.90 B604
2.50 B316
50.85 B1 06
3.58 B316
4.18B316
7.70 B316
0.10 B319
1.29:6205
2.12 B310
9^08 IB315
	 4.40B609 ~
	 22;84"B310 	
5.78 B316
1.MB316 	
2.25 B319
26.94 B31 9
	 V32"B20"9 	
0^448209
1.09 B316 	 "
	 3.27 B31 9
4.60B219
	 8^046219" 	
"16.00 B319
6.39 B31 6
	 5.48":B316 	
217.02 B504
21.00B405 """
	 ^ 	 5.97 B31 6 	
0.72B310
55.29'B319
0.01 B001
1.35B316
2.5bB319
1.62 §205
2^81 B316
b.58.'B3i9
1.62B212
0.04 B801
3!50B504"
6.78 B319
2.43 B308
0.09 B409
0.01 B209 	
0.03 B001
SCCode
4581
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
8221
8221
8221
8221
8221
8221
8221
8221
8221
8221
8221
9711
2819
8221
3743
3724
8733
8733
9711
2893
3398
3541
3541
3541
3541
2869 "~
3579
3589
3545
2851 	
3449 	
3452
3452 	
3743
3264
2761
2761
2899
3261
2869
2869
2869
3545
3545
3479
3398
3469
2819
2819
3534
2821
2834
3531
4931
3432
3086
9711
3728
3728
3641
2771
9711
2869
Source Code | Origin Code
A58
ASS
A57
A58
ASS
A58
ASS
A58
A21
A59
A21
A58
A59
A59
ASS
A58
A58
A58
A58
A94
ASS
ASS
ASS
A94
A94
A94
ASS 	
ASS
A58
A58
A94
A94
A57
A93
A58
A53
A19
A58
A25
A31
A25
A25
A25 	
A91
ASS
A21 	
A25
A57
A21
A58
A58
A08
A75
A37
A37
A57
A29
A31
A31
A32
A25
A59
A29
A25
A25
A78
A92
A58
A59
A69
A05
A99
A29
ASS
A58
A71
A57
A99
A58
A57
A58
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
	 1 	
1
	 1
"1
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1 	
1
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1
1
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                           Page D-42

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
White Code | System Type | EPA ID I VoKjme (Ions) I Forni Code I S(C Code | Source Code | Ortflin Code
DOOS
D005
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D005
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS"
boos
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
boos
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
boos
DOOS
DOOS
Dobs
D005
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
bobs
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
boos
boos
DOOS
boos
DOOS"
boos
boos
boos
boos
boos
boos
boos
DOOS
boos
boos
3005
boos
bobs
boos
boos
bobs
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
boos
DOOS
M111
M077
M061
M061
M061
M061
M043
M053
Mi"ii
M041
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A29 	 1 	
'A58 	 1 	
A57" " 1 	
A57 	 1 	
A57 	 1 	
A53 2
A58 	 :1
A21 	 1 	
                           PageD-47

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code I System Type | EPAID |vowroe(Ton»)jFonnCocletSIC Code! SoureeCode) Origin Code
DOOS
D005
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D005
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D005
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D005
bobs
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS "
bobs
DOOS
bobs
D005
bOOS
bobs 	
Dobs
DOOS
bobs
boos
D005
DOOS 	
boos
Dobs
0005
DOOS
bobs
boos
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D006
M129
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M061
M061
M141
M041
M111
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M132
M141
M141
M119
M141
M061
Ml 11
	 Mill 	
M041
M041
	 M041
M043
M043
	 M099 	
Ml 11
M111 	
M132
M111
M111
M111
M111 	
	 "MI 4i 	
M141
M061 	
M111
M141
	 M141
M141
M111
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M119
Ml 19
M074~ "
	 M141 	
M043
	 M051 	
":M111
M141 	
	 "M049 	
M061
"'Ml 41
	 M061 	
M061
	 M043 	
"' M043
M053
	 M049
M999
M141
	 Ml 19
M049
M049
M061
M043
M042
M079
M141
M141
VA39715207S1
VA4570024477
VA51 700001 81
VA6170061463
VA721 3720082
VA721 3720082
VA821 3720321
VAD000019448
VAD0031 09444
VAD003109444
VAD981111784
VAD982573248
VAD982573248
VTD001080126
VTD001080126
VTD001080126
VTD001080126
VTD001080126
VTD001089226
VTD001 089226
VTD002065654
VTD045648243
VTD069911873
WA1891406349
WA21 700001 27
WA21 700001 27
WA217000bl27
WA2170023418
WA2170023418
WA21 7002341 8
WA2170023418
WA2170023418
WA21 7002341 8
WA21 7002341 8
WA21700234i8
WA21 7002341 8
WA51 70027291
WA5170027291
WA51 70027291
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WA61 70023430
WA7890008967
WA8570b2420d """
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WA8570b24200
WA857b02420b
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WA957 1924647
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WAD980738652
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WAb98b982383
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WAD988482527
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'WID000808147
WID000808287
WID006073225
WID006105266
Wl 0006133441
	 WID0061 35388
WID006426431
VVI 0006447890 	
WID006447890
WID055302731
WIDOS9972935
	 WID059972935
W1D059974881
WID071147813
WID1 14105091
WVb041952714
WVD060682291
WV0060682291
V\WD060682291
WVD981945215
VWD988767927
WY5571924179
AK1 21 00221 57
AK1210022157
0.02 B319
0.00 B319
0.03 B209
0.02 B001
0.04 B1 14
0.01 B316
0.00 B210
0.13 B319
16.75 B207
32.25 B207
0.20 B409
"" " 139.98 B114
0.20 B409
4.25 B316
1.50
51.01 B113
9.83 B316
0.28 B316
3.20 B316
	 3.69 B316
0.01 B001
5.00 B316
14.24 B316
0.02 B307
0.00 B202
0.01 B409
0.008409
0.07 B204
0.01 B204
0.01 B211
0.02 B314
	 3.36 B409
	 1.32 : 6206' 	
0.02 B211
	 0.00"B211
0.01 B409"
0.01 B206
0.01 B206
0.01 B206
1.18B409"
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6.02 B206
0.02 B210
6!06:B209
0.03 B209
0.01 B119
0.21 B219
0.03 B209
0.34 B1 19
0.13B319
0.13B319 "
0.136009"
	 67 .37 B1 19
80.54 B31 9
" 	 0.01 B31 6
	 0.31 B001
6.31 B001
6.21 8205
" 	 1.20 8319
6.02 BOOS
0.20 B310
1.54 8113
9.71 6603
6.48 B409 	
7.468409
17.338319
4.39 8310
200.86 B310
0.02 BObl
0.09 8001
0.22 B307
6.05 B001
0.02 6003
0.15B003
0.01 B003
6.60 B319
0/13 B508
0.01 B209
0.01 B209
0.01 B209
9711
9199
3731
9711
9711
9711
9711
3675
3086
3086
4111
3675
3675
3423
3423
3423
3423
3423
3541
3541
3648
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2869
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9711
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A58
A59
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A29
A09
A57
A56
A09
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A25
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A99
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A82
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A09
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A21
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A32
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waito Code I System Type) EPA ID
D006
0006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006"
D006~~
D006
D006
D006
0006
D006 	
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
bobs 	
D006
D006
0006 	
0006
0006 	
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006~
0006 	
0006
0006
0006"
D006 	
0006
D006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006 ~
D006 	
0006
'0006 	
D006 	
oboe 	
oboe 	
DObe 	
D006
0006' 	
0006 	
0006 	
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
D006
0006"
D006
0006
D006
0006
0006
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
Ml 41
' Ml 41
M141
M141
M141
M141
	 M141 	
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
	 M141 	
M141
	 M141 	
M141 ""
M141
	 M141
M141 	
M141 	
	 M141 	
Ml 41 	
	 Ml 41 	
"":M14l"
	 Mi 4i 	
	 'M141 	
M141
M141 	
	 M141 	
M141
	 ."Ml 41 	
M141
	 M141 	
	 M141 	
	 M141 	
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
" M141
M141
M141
~Mi41~"' '
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M141
M141 	
" M141
M141
'M141
M141


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	 "M 	
M013
M013
	 7MOi'3 	
	 M013 	
" " 'M129
	 "Mbia 	
Moia
M013
M013
Mois
"M013
M141
M019
Ml '32
AK1210022157
AK1S70028646
AK1S70028646
AK 1570028646
AK1 570028646
AK 1570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
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AK1 57002 8646
AK1 570028646
AK3570028669
AK621 0022426
AK621 0022426
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AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
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AK8570028649
AK8576028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8S70028649
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AK9570028705
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AK9690330742
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AKD052581758
AKD980329551
AKD980329577
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AKD98032958S
AKb98032960i
AK0980329643
AKD980977318
AKD981766199
AKD982658619
AKD983066010
AKD991281221
AL1800013863
AL6210020776
| Vokime (Tons) | Foim.Code I SIC Code! .Source Coda| Orttfn Code
0.41 B319
0.60 B1 01
0.31 B101
0.02 B205
0.24 B205
0.03 B306
0.01 B310
0.08 8310
0.528310
0.208310
0.098310
0.11 B310
0.50B113
0.02 B206
0.02 B206
" 0.13B206"
0.04B310
0.01 B1 14
0.06 B114
0.29 B1 15
0.02 B202
0^22 B203
2.10 B205
1.40B206~
6.14 B206
2.23 B206
	 a2ZB2c« 	
0.08 B206
0.94 B206
0.20 B206
2.43 B206
" 1.20B206" ""
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code I System Type I EPA ID | Volume (Tons)! Form Code! SIC Cod8| Source Coda) Origin Code
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
D006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
D006
D006
0006
D006
D006
0006
D006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
boos
D006
0006
D006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
D006
D006
M019
M019
M079
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M132
M132
M043
M043
M141
M041
	 M041
M041
M041
M042
M043
M043
M043
M043
M019
M132
M019
M111
M019
M141
M141
M141
	 M141 	
M141
	 "MI 41 	
M019
M129
M129 	
M129
M129
	 :M129 	
M129
	 M129
M043
Mill
	 M141 	
M019
M141
	 "M141 	
M119 	
	 Miii 	
M019
	 M061 	
	 M141 	
•'"" M043
	 M043
	 M141 	 	
	 M141 	 '
M141
M14f "
M043
M141
M132
M132
M141
	 M141 	
	 M129 	
	 :M141 	
	 Mi 41 	
M141 	
M141
	 M 	
	 M089 	
M019
M019
M125
M132
M132
M132
M129
M141
AL721 0020742
AL721 0020742
AL721 0020742
AL 864 0006690
AL8640006690
AL8640006690
AL8640015410
ALD000826958
ALD000826958
AL 0006320774
ALD008161176
ALD046481032
ALD981 756968
ALD981756968
ALD9831 84276
AR6571824808
AR6571 824808
AR6S7 1824808
AR657 1824808
AR6S71 824808
AR657 1824808
AR657 1824808
AR6571824808
AR6571824808
AR 0006341119
ARD006354187
AR 0007023179
ARD982552739
ARD983275504
AZ021 0020434
AZ021 0020434
AZ0210020434
A202i 0020434
AZ0570024i33
AZ0570024133
AZ4570024055
AZ4570024055
AZ4576024055
AZ4570024055
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AZ4570024055
AZ4570024055
AZ4570624O55
AZ8170024493
AZ81 70024493
AZ9573124b55
AZD006902688
A2D008394454
AZbbb9005422
AZD020i32502
A2D043839349
AZD043848050
AZD077537i08
AZDb77!537i08
AZD980816920
AZD986881163
AZb98i5822i6
AZD982328387
AZO982434383
AZO982468035
AZD982471062
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CA0000066373
CA0000137893
CA0000197988
CA0170024491
CA01 70024491
CA01 70024491
CA6570090555
CA1170090210
CA1 570024504
CAisoooososT
CA2170023236
CA2170623236
CA21 70023533
CA3570024551
CA3570024551
CA3570024551
CA4170023788
CA41 70090027
0.07 B309
0.01 B309
0.02 B21 9
0.48 B20S
0.32 B301
0.03 B309
0.15 B309
0.00 B003
0.02 BOOS
449.66 B319
0.14B319
10.21 B309
0.24 B307
0.24 B307
0.08 B319
0.02 B103
0.00 B103
0.77 B103
0.12 B203
20.58 B513
0.07 B309
0.01 B309
0.00 B409
0.42 B409
0.33B309
0.10 B316
0.04 B309
0.17 B309
0.30 B309
0.25 B114
0.01 B309
0.41 B309"
0.14 B309
0.07 B110
0.11 B309
0.09 B309
0.74 B119
0.00 B1 19
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0.20 B211
1.03B211
0.03 B307
4.90 B51 9
0.13B309""
0.90 B308
0.32B309
0.16 B309
0.02 B309
0.038369
0.78 B31 9
	 32.71:8205 	
0.03 B309
0.008001
0.008001
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0.01 Bobi
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0.158309
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0.78 B309
0.018009
0.01B009
0.03 B309
0.208302"
0.01 8309
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0.038309
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1.108309
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2869
2819
3341
3728
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4581
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2771
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3714
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type | EPA ID | Volume (Tons)) Form Code| SIC Code| Source Cod«| 0*9*1 Code
D006
D006
D006
0006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
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0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
D006
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0006
0006
D006
D006
0006
0006
D006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
O006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
O006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
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0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006'
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
M141
M049
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
Ml 32
M019
M039
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M039
M119
M119
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M039
"M039 	
M039
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	 Ml 25 	
	 M125 	
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M129
	 M129 	
M132


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M129 	
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	 M141
	 M141 	
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Ml 29 	
	 M021 	
M074
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M129
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	 M039 	
M121
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	 :M119 	
M132 	
M019
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	 M043 	
	 M141
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M099
M049
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CA4170090209
CA4570024337
CA497 1520834
CA497 1520834
CA497 1520834
CA497 1520834
CA497 1520834
CA5570090O48
CA569OO90571
CA61700231O9
CA6170023109
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CA6170023323
CA61 70023323
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CA6170090017
CA7170023330
CA7170024775
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CA8170024261
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0.22 B309
0.03 B309
2.18 B001
0.02 B309
0.00 B309
0.34 B309
0.00 B309
0.01 B309
0.49 B303
0.10B119
0.24 B119
0.05 B309
0.17B309
0.58 B309
6.01B309
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0.13 B309
0.01 B309
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0.15 B309~
0.23 B309
9.12 B1 19
2.16 B319
0.09 B319
0.00 B31 9
0.15B319
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0.56 B319
0.04 B307
0.02 B310 	
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0.76 B307
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0.40 B309
0^166309
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0^98319
0.18 B310
0.92 B207
0.77 B207
0.01 B207
0^28207
0.40 B207
0.62 B409
	 0.25 B409 	
16.27 B207
0.02 B309
0.10^B3O9 "
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0.488309
1.928316
0.01 8003
0.13B309
0.078309
0.09 8309
17.308319
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0.138309 	
0.28 B319
V60B307
0.038309
0.008309
0.02 8309
0.108001
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0.078309
0.028309
0.028309
32.50 B101
2.50 B604
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9711
3728
9199
9199
9199
9199
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3721
9411
3731
3731
3731
9199
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3731
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3728
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3826
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3452
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3764
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3812
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3761
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                          Page D-51

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
WasMCodelSyttamTycwl EPA ID I V<*jmeaora)|FomiCo(le|StCCodetSourcsCod«|Orttin Code
D006
D006
D006
0006
D006
DOCK
0006
D006
0006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
0006
D006'
D006
D006
0006
0006
DOCK
0006
DOCK
D006
0006
0006
D006
0006
O006
O006
0006
D006
DOCK
0006
DOCK
O006
DOCK
DOCK
0006
0006
0006
0006
DOCK
DOCK"
0006
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
0006 "
0006
0006
DOCK
D006
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
0006
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
0006
DOCK
DOCK
DOCK
D006
DOCK
DOCK
0006
DOCK
0006
DOCK
DOCK
0006
M132
M079
M043
M131
M031
M019
M141
M019
M141
M141
M111
M111
M111
M111
M132
M014
M019
M141
M032
M019
M141
M132
M137
M141
	 M141
M132
M132
•" M019
M132
M032
M141
"M132
"M132
M019
	 Ml 19 	
	 M141
	 M141 	
	 M141 	
M019
~"M019""
	 M011 	
M132
	 M132 	
M061
M061
	 M053 	
M039
	 M019~ "
	 M 	
M019
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M019"""
M039
M019
M029
M141
M043
M059
M019
M141
M132
	 "M129 	
	 M129 	
Mi4i"
M141
	 M141 	
	 M043 	
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	 M141 	
	 M141 	
M141
M132
	 M141 	
M141
M132
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M019
"M132
M132
M132
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CAD009230244
CAD009305848
CAD009521089
CAD009584210
CAD01 07051 43
CAD027828250
CAD028260297
CAD030584502
CAD041 156969
CAD041319294
CAD041319294 	
CAD041319294
CAD041512427
CAD041512427
CAD041520644
CAD042237735
CAD049974231
CAD050807122
CAD052418126
CAD0631 09243
CAD063567820
CAD067638957
CAD073568180
CAD0741 03771
CAD0741 26681
	 CAD0741 26681
CAD074647017
CAD077184745
CAD079622569
CAD080031511
CAD084239987 	
CAb084239987 	
CAD092694538
CAD1 185551 50
CAD980817878
CAD980817878
CAD980883292
CAD980895155
CAD980896369
	 CAD981 390479
CAD981393192
CAD981393192
CAD981413933 	
CAD981413933
CAD981418395
CAD981423676
CAD981426778 	
CAD981 426836 	
CAD981426950
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CAD981427198
CAD981427313
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CAD981427370
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CAD981450026
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CAb982Cib2412
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1.53B114
0.03 B309
6.00 B319
0.02 B309
0.00 B309
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0.04 B309
0.20 B319
0.22 B511
10.00 B319
221.00B319
1.00 B319
0.80 B319
5.73 B302
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0.14 B319
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14.990307
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11.268304
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0.00 B309
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5169
3571
3471
8221
3812
7996
3812
7699
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4581
3728
3728
2911
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code) System Type) EPA ID [Votooe (Tons) | Rum Code! SIC Cod«| Source Coda I Ongtn Code
D006
D006
D006
DOO6
D006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
bboe
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
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0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
0006
bbbe
D006
bboe
0006
0006
bboe"
0006
oboe
oboe
bboe
boos
D006
0006
0006
D006
D006
0006
0006
0006
0006
D006
D006
D006
M141
M132
M119
M141
M141
M129
M129
M141
M141
M132
M141
M089
M029
M043
M043
M043
	 M061 	 "
-M1'11
	 Mill 	
M"il 1
	 M111 	
	 Mill 	
Ml 11
M111
M111
M11J
"M141
M141
M141
	 :M141 	
	 M141 	
M141
	 -M14l"
M141
	 '.M14"i
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	 M141
	 M141 	
	 Ml 41 	
M141"
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	 M141
	 "M141
M132
	 M141
	 "MI 32"
M141
M132
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" 	 M043 	
M043
M111
M111
M111
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M043
	 Mb43 	
	 "M141 	
	 "M141 	
M14T
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M141 	
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CAD990667198
CAD990845513
CAD990845513
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CAO1 7009001 3
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CAT000604017
CAT000613471
CAT000613471
CAT000626549
CAT080012693
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
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COD0481 26726
CODO481 26726
COD054929989
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CTD001 147495
CTDbbl 147974
CTDObl"l48717'
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CTD001 149277
CTD001 154558
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CTD001 164607
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1.18B307
3.90 B003
0.92 BOOS
0.22 BOOS
75.77 B206
4.00 B206
6.54 B309
0.68 B309
0.08 B319
0.15 B319
2.40 B1 14'
0.47 B1 14
0.29 BOOS
0.18 BOOS
0.07 B003
0.20 B205
0.24 B115
1.50B310
0.81 B310"
0.13 B310
0.75'B310
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0.20 B319
0.10 B319
0.79 B319
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0.00 B309
0.78 B312
0.30B603
0.03 B309
0.12B306
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5.00 B319
0.02 B309
0.06 B309
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5.00 B319
83.97 B1 19
3.65 B302
0.35 B319
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2.65 B319
0.99 B31 9
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6!i"4'B3b7"
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7.34 B31 6
29.00 B304
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58.17 B205
6^83 B206
7.5VB206
0.05 B309
1.76 B319
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1.40B319
3.34 B1 14
95.56 B1 14
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                           Page D-53

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type I EPAJD | Volume (Tons) JForni Code I SIC Code | Source Code (OtfofnCode
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
0006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
0006
0006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
D006
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
WasteCodefSystamTypel EPAID
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D006
0006
0006
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
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D006
D006
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M141 	
M132
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NJD98 6628840
NJD986633766
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NJ0986649911
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NM0890010515
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VVMe Code (System Type I EPA ID ( Volume aoos)|Foim Code) SIC Code) Source CodelOrioin Code
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0.01 B316
0.30 B309
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33.00 B302
7.308219
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0.01 8309
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Waste Code f System Type I EPAID 1 Volume (TonsHFoim Code
D006
D006
0006
D006
0006
D006
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
D007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
D007'
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007"
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
D007
M141
M049
M132
M111
M019
M019
M141
M141
M141
M
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
	 M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
	 M141 	
M141
" M141
M141
M141
	 M141 	
M141~
M141
	 Ml 41 	
M141
M141
	 Ml 41 	
Ml 41
	 M141 	
""" M141
M141
M141
-Ml 41
M141
	 M141 	
M141
	 M141 	
	 M141
M141 	
	 M141 	
	 M141 	
M141
M141

M
M
M141
M111
M043
	 M111 "
	 "M044 	
	 M077 	
M141 	
M131
	 M014 	
	 M043 	
	 M061 	
M132~
	 "'M141 	
	 M041 	
	 M041 	
	 M043 "
	 M061 	
	 -M061 	
M061
M061
	 Ml 12 	
M112
:M112
	 ~M132 	
M132
M071
M071
" M071
M079
WIT560012247
VWD060682291
WVD060682291
VWD072693070
WY5571924179
WYD098805948
AK1210022157
AK1210022157
AK1210022157
AK 1570028638
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK621 0022426
AK621 0022426
AK621 0022426
AK621 0022426
AK621 0022426
"AK621 0022426
AK6210022426
AK6210022426
"AK621 0022426
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	 AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
	 AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
	 AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
	 AK8570028649
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AK8690360492
AK9570028705
AK9690330742
AK9690330742
'AKD000643239
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AKD980329585
AKD982658619
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AL4210020562
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1.15B119
0.18B309
0.01 B309
0.98 8309
0.02 B310
0.22 B310
21.26 B119
0.01 B101
0.28 B101 	
0.01 B101
0.04 B101
0.70 B101
0.01 8210
0.23 B210
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0.58 B310 	
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0.21 B310
0.01 B310
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0.04 B1 14
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0.02 B001 	
0.52 B303
0.56 B303
0.68 B303 	
0.01 B210
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0.11 B310
0.06 B211
0.02 B21 1
0.39 B310
0.12:6319
0.00 B1 02
0.05 B209
0.076310
1.55B301
0.346310
0.01 B119
0.00 B1 19
0.06 6319 	
0.28 B102
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8221
2869
2869
4922
9711
4011
9711
9711
9711
2879
9711
9711
9711
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Waste Code I System Type) EPA ID I Volume (Tons) |FomC«to I SIC Co
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Waste Code
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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D007
D007
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0007
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0007 	
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'b007" 	
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0007'
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M132
M043
M043
M141
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M141
M019
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M041
M111
M111
M111
M111
M132
M041
M043
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
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M061
M132
M132
M019
M049
M129
M043
M074
M074
M043
M129
M141
M141
M061
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M019
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M032
M053~
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M141
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M141
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M124 	
M043 '
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Ml 29
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M125
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M051
M079
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M129
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Typef EPA1D
AZ4570024055
AZ4572 190029
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AZ81 70024493
AZ81 70024493
AZ81 70024493
AZ81 70024493
AZ95731 24055
AZD000625715
AZD000625715
AZD000628560
AZD009000050
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AZD00900CW50
AZD009000050
AZD009005224
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CA21 70090011
CA2890012584
CA2890012584
CA3570024551
CA41 70023788
"CA41 70090027
CA4 170090027
Volume (Tons) I Fcnn Code
0.01 B319
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0.02 B319
0.41 B309
0.01 B319
0.01 B316
0.82 B319
0.10 B319
3.63 B307
5.35 B310
2.06 B304
2.23 B307
4.75 B310
8.28 B51 6
1.08 B516
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0.22 B114
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6.68 B319
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0.03 B001
1.92B106
2.05 B1 06
5.45 B1 19 	
1.20 B310
23.40B319
10.94 B103
15.36B103
0.91 B103
	 6.74 B608 	
4.32.8119
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0.07
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	 0^46 821 9 	
0.20 B502
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	 b"05B3b7 	
0.00 B31 6
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0.01 B31 6
0.75B309
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9711
9199
9199
9711
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3471
3471
4931
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A58 1
A58 1
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A91 1
A57 1
A57 1
A99 1
A22 1
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A59 1
A92 1
A71 1
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A94 1
A55 1
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A53 2
A76 1
A38 1
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A19 1
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A71 1
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A76 1
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A59 1
A59 	 1 	
A49 	 "~2
A49 	 2 	
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Warts Code I Svwom Type 1 B=AID | Vofcune (Tons)) Foon Code t SIC Codet Source Code |o«lgtn Code
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D007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
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M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
Ml 19
M119
Ml 19
M011
M039
M019
	 M039
M039
M039
M132
M132
M124
M132
M141
	 M129
M132
M129
M129
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Ml 29
M129
Ml 29
	 M129
M129
M131
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M039
M079
Ml 19
	 Ml 21
iM125
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M129
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CA6170024289
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CA61 70090421 	
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0.00 B207
0.60 B309
4.63 B31 6
0.45 B31 9
0.05 B403
0.08 B403
0.00 B3 19
0.02 B403
0.14 B409
0.00 B409
0.05 B310
1.34 B310
0.11 B310
0.04B3.19
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0.20 B211
0.11 B31 9
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2.46 B319
3.68 B319
47.18B319
0.70 B31 9
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0.57 B105
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0.61 B1 10
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0.61 B31 9
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0.26 B114
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0.44 B1 06
0.03 B31 9
0.27 B319
0.65 B31 9
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0.00:8119
0.16 B119
O.OOB210
0.01 B31 9
0.80 B519
0.04 B306
0.00 B31 6
3.80B316
1.00B316
0.52B319
6.00 -B319
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0.06 B319
0.29 B31 9
	 2^64"B319
0.19 B409
6.67 B301
6.10 B301
0.19B301
16.008302
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6.29 B319
	 6.06 B319
0.07 B310
0!OOB310
0.80 B310
0.24 B203
"2.50 B31 9
	 0.07 B309
9999
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type
D007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
DO07
DO07
0007
D007
DO07
0007
0007
0007
0007
DO07
0007
0007
0007
0007
DO07
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
DO07
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
bOOT
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
M141
M141
M132
M132
M132
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
"M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M
M141
M141
M129 	
M043
M074
M074
M129
M129
M129
M129
	 M129 	
M132
M132
	 M141 	
M141
	 M141
	 M022 	
	 M041
	 M129 	
M129
M071
M094
M111
M019
M019
M132
	 M141 	
~ 	 M141
	 M043 	
	 Mill 	
M052
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	 "M071 	
M071
M071 	
M079
M141 	
M071
M129
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M043 	
M051
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M079
	 M041 	
	 7M041 	
M071
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M032
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M019
M029
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M019
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M019
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CA8210020436
CA82 10020436
CA82 10020832
CA821 002 0832
CA82 10020832
CA821 0020832
CA82 10020832
CA8210020832
CA82 10020832
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CA821 0020832
CA82 10020832
CA821 0020832
CA8890016126
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CA91 70024740
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CA9570025149
CA9570025149
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Wasted
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
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0007
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0007
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0007
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0007
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0007
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M043
M132
M019
M132
M071
M141
M041
M061
M119
M043
M043
M043 	
M071
M071
M071
M132
M132
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M132 	
M053
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M061
M079
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M141
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8.40 B307
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0.48 B1 01
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
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D007
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D007
D007
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0.86 B310
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0.24 B106 	
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M141
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HI1 170024334
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HI1 170024334
HI1 170024342
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HI31 70090002
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HI61 70022762
HI61 70024339
HI6170024339
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HI81 70090007
HI81 70090007
HI81 70090007
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IDD093120871
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1.30B319
0.11 B407
0.00 B409
0.13B209
0.05 B310
0.03 B319
0.02 B403
0.08 B409
0.39 B303
4.26 B303
7.18 B303
0.00 B119
0.01 B219
0.35 B319
0.05 B409
0.05 B409
0.01 B210
0.35 B219
0.07 B310
222.58 B319
1.35B319
0.47 B31 9
0.09 B1 13
0.00 B114
0.01 B210
0.01 B105
0.02 B202
0.00 B210
0.40 B310
0.03 B319
0.37 B31 9
0.14 B409
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1.83 B1 19
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8.25 B409
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0.22 B310
0.08 B310
0.16 B319
0.05 B1 11
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0.01 B319
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9711
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5085
5085
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3731
3731
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3632
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) -TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Wasto Code I System Type t EPA ID IVoMi»(Tons)| FoonC^xlel SIC Coctel Source Cock>|Oc1ein Code
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
0007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
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D007
D007
D007
0007 "
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
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0007
0007
13007
0007
D007
D007
0007
D007
0007
D007
boo7 	
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007 	
D007
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D007 	
D007 	
D007 	
boo7 	
D007
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D007
0067 	
D007 '""
D007
0007
D007
0007 	
D007
0007
D007
0007
D007
0007
D007
0007
D007
M141
M141
M141
M111
M112
M141
M141
M061
M061
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M043
M141
M061
M111
M071
M071
M141
M141
M043
M132
M071
M141
'" M077 	
M079
Ml 11
M111
M141
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M019
	 M141 	
M141
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Ml 41
M111
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M043
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"M071 	
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M132 	
M141
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IL521 0021 833
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IL7570024177
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IL7570024177
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ILD000805838
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ILDOOS093109
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ILD005093109
ILD005105572
110005105572
ILD005105713
ILD005H5043
110005115043 	
ILD0051 15043
ILD0051 19839
ILD005125588
ILD005128814 	
110005128814
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ILD005145560
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110020942728
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0.01 B309
0.11 B309
0.25 B505
0.44 B509
0.02B310
0.44 B119
0.04 B210
0.05 B310
0.00 B210
0.02 B210
0.05 B305
0.00 B309
0.06 B310
17.96 B301
1.45 B111
1.76B310
0.50 B319
11.64 B103
2.97 B103
0.40 B409
4.51 B409
0.21 B310
23^108310
1.13 B113
0.18 B119
263.97 B1 14 	
0.33 B119
0.28 B307
0.76 B316
6.07 B106
6.49 B310
6.17 B310
10.32B505
6.48 B1 04
2.95 B406
0.36 B406
11.50B409
19.06 B114
0.20 B309
0.52 B316 	
0.30 B519
0.19 B306
1.25 B409
6.29 B1 05
6.99 B310
0.11 B310
0.06 B409
	 0.68 BUS
0.17 B1 13
127.77 B304
0.01 BOOS
1.10B003
1.05B510
100.00 B206
39.14B113
0.20B307
2.89 B310
4.40:B101
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7.40 B207
1.71 B409 	
1.349.71 B107
3.17 B205
42^90 B519
4.79 B201
0.23 B114
0^28 B316
6.94 B113
2Z30BH4
5.41 B504
8.66B504
0.55B519
6.08 B409
0.49 B1 17
12.02B604
40.29 B319
0.29 B207
3.22 B106
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19.75 B103
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                           Page D-87

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
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0007
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0007
0007
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0007
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0007
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0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
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0007
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0007 "
0007
D007
0007
0007
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0007
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0007
D007
M141
M141
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M141
M141
M071
M121
M141
M141
M061
M041
M061
M077
M099
M141
M111
M111
M043
M071
M074
M119
M141
M111
M077
M077
M061
M061 	
M043
M141 	
M111
M061
M071 	
M141
M061
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M061
M043
M132
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	 M099 	
M141
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M141
M111
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M053
M132
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M043
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ILD049813256
ILD049998297
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ILD051 933075
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ILD984810739 	
110984913244 	
ILT180014698
ILT1 80014698
IN0000085464
IN0000142356
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IN1216022272
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IN4210090003
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2.50 B319
0.42 B319
0.21 B319
5.65 B519
6.10 B607
4.36 B607
303.16 B103
81.58 B103
148.66 B103
0.28 B106
0.69 B310
15.48 B101
83.16 B101
33.27 B101
302.01 B205
1.10B319
2.64 B319
53.73 B504
0.33 B319
0.28 B103
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0.55 B316
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2.64 B310
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0.03 B310
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1.658519
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0.508113
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0.50 B1 03
0.81 B1 07
1.046.60 B302
299.30 B307
180.008105
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2821
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2834
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4581
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code ISvWem Type I EPA ID |Voknwe
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
WaKo Code | System Type | EPA ID (Volume (Tons)) FOOD Code| SIC Code) Source Code (Origin Code
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
D007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
D007
D007
0007
0007
D007
D007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007 	
D007
0007
D007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
D007
0007
M071
M071
M071
M111
M121
M141
M141
M141
M041
M042
M043
M061
M079
M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M111 	
M061
M132
M111
M061
" M041
M041
M041
'Ml 19
M109
M129
Ml 32
M132
M132
	 M043 	
M111
	 M111 	
M047
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	 M061 	
M041
M132 	
M041
M043
M141
"M043
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M132
M132
M141
	 M071" 	
M019
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"" Ml 21
M141
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M079
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	 M141 	
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LA02 14022725
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LAD003913316
LAD003913449
LAD008050676
LAD 008086506
LAD0081 79707
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LAD0081 87080
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MAD001 125681
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MAO001408491
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0.01 8209
0.06 831 6
0.01 B409
0.258319
0.28 B409
0.06 8208
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0.74 B119
0.02 B604
0.18 B310
0.04 B209
0.00 B103
0.04 B106
O.OOB309
0.10 B310
0.00 B604
324.50 B31 9
0.04 B119
0.40 B209
0.26 B119
6.39 B119
15.648203
0.01 B003
0.64 B201
0.40 B202
32.00 B304
2.30 B119"
20.20 B119
6.75 B319
6.55 B307
91.62B304 	
62.95 B302
271.41 B302
22.32'B302
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225.76 B31 5
18.61 8609
0.42 B319
0.34 B307
0.17 B310
4.67 B319
0.98 B103
1.66B316
0.40 B31 9
0.52 B319
0.29 B319
0.00 B003
125.20 B21 9
2.51 8309
0.27 B31 9
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0.69 B119
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2.03 B102
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0.30 B319
0.10 B319 "
0.45 B1 01
2.33 B102
81.24B102
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0.42 8409
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type | EPAID
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
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0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
D007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
M141
M141
M141
M141
M099
M111
M141
M141
M071
M121
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
	 M101
	 M041
M141
M141
M119
M039
M079
M141
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	 M129 	
M141
	 'M043 	
M081
M141
	 M141 	
	 M011 	
M111
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M141
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	 ~M1'11
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	 M042 	
M141
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M141
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	 :M141 	
	 M141 	
	 	 rM141 	
M141
	 Ml 11 	
	 .Mi41 	
	 M141 	
" M141 "
	 Ml 25
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MAD001411016
MAD001411016
MAD001411081
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MAD001 764794
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MAD001 863943
MAD047058565
MAD048975742
MAD051 505477
MAD051505477
MAD051 505477
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MAD062 173497
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| Volume (Tons) I f=oim Code) SIC Code) Source Code) Origin Code
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0.69 B51 9
0.31 B319
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136.50 B113
1 62.00 B302
1.61 B101
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3.08 B1 02
0.22 B102
0.02 B409
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0.41 B31 9
0.60 B309
0.00 B209
0.03B209
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	 O^Oi"B219 	
0.16 B310
34.92 B310
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3.02 B408
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0.28 B310
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                           Page D-93

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
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D007
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D007
D007
D007
D007
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D007
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D007
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M041
M049
M129
M129
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M089
M141
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M071
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M125
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Ml 41
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MED0451 13495
MED0462 17352
MEDO46217352
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MID000809780
MID003906773
MID004320479
MID004916417
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MID005050281
MID005050281
0.01 8003
0.01 B001
0.13 B001
0.12 B001
0.18B001
0.00 B001
10.43 B119
0.46 B209
0.08
0.05 B001
1.20B009
125.40B319
0.90 B310
0.05 B316
0.10B403
" 30.83 B1 13
3.348307"
0.60 B310
504.07 B1 16
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1. 088^308301
0.41 8211
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0.40 B310
223.008219
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0.038001
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0.05 8310
0.21 8106
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2.25 8119
0.45 B307
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0.168319
0.408409
0.17 8310
0.58 B319
43.928310
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0.338319
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8733
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9199
9199
9199
9199
3812
3812
2819
2819
2819
3312
3999
3728
3728
3728
3728
3728
4491
4491
4491
3479
3731
3669
4952
3679
2816
	 3479
3479
3479
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8731
8731
4581
3083
3083
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8733
3728
8221
3669
3669
3672
3484
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3669
9711
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3479
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3713
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A56
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A21
A56
A75
A79
A79
A79
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A02
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A99
A21
A92
A91
A76
A22
A69
A94
A94
A49
A78
A78
A21
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A21
A22
A37
A78
A32
A91
A29
A56
A29
A29
A92
A01
A49
A08
A78
A74
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A92
A09
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A59
A09
A09
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A75
A59
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A71
A69
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A99
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1
1
1
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
WastaC
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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0007
D007
0007
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D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
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D007
0007
0007
D007
D007
0007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
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D007
0007 	
D007
0007
0007
0007
D007 	
D007
D007
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D007
b6o7
0067 	
D007
D007 	
0007
0007
D007
D007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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M071
M071
M141
M077
M111
M111
M132
M043
win
M111
M111 	
" M071
M119
M111
M111
M019
M071
M071
M132
" M132
M043
M077
M111
M111
	 M111 	
M119
	 Ml 19 	
M011
M119
"M071
M111
M132
	 M132 	
M032
M032
';M041 '"
M043
	 :"Mli"l 	
M111
	 M043
	 "M071 	
:M111
	 M099 	
M099
M141
M109
M109
M077
M079
M043
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	 ;M129 	
	 M 	
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	 M071 	
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M043
"M079 	
M119
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	 M141 	
M061
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	 Miii 	
	 M 	
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M141
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M071
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MIDOOS068143
MID0051 07222
MID0051 07222
MIDOOS356498
MIOOOS356498
MID005356621
MID005356712
MID005356886
MID005357371
Ml 0005358007
MID005358783
MID005362223
MIDOOS392170
MID005503263
MID005503263
MID006011472
MID006013403
MID006013403
MID006015911
MID006016919"
MID006019251
MID006019251
MID006019251
MID006021414 "
MJD006021414
MID006021414
MID006021414
MID006022586 ""
MID006023378
MID006025324
MID006025324
MID006409387
MID016744971
MID038624508
MID038624508
MIO036624508
MID038624508
MI0038624508
MID038624508
MIO038708665
MID043682327
MIDO48784896
MID0506i5996
MID050615996
MIO054676580
MID054699630
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MID056717747
MID0567i7747
MID061872917
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MID980681696 '
MID980993869
MID981000060
MID981 197940
MID981798820
MID985574961
MID985616689
M1D985622224
MID9856454S6
Mib985656677
MID985656685
MiD985656685
MID985664770
MID985664895
Mi0571924760
MI0571924760
MIO571924760
MI0571 924760
MIR000001735
MIROOOOOi735
MIR000001784
MIR000001784
MIR000001784
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MIT270010598
MN3170022914
Volume (Tons) | Forai Code
0.70 BS05
3.1 2 B1 05
0.39 B316
8.34 B1 19
3.08 B1 19
32.06 B519
0.34 B409
0.10 B001
1.15B319
5.47 B604
0.74 B319
133.79 B519
1.14 B102
60.00 B302
15.00 B319
2.07 B519
1.38 B103
3.67 B103
33.60 B31 9
180.04 B319 	
2.70 B310
	 15.65 B114
3.96 B310
0.31 B310
0.50 B31 9
0.55 B307
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52.70B304
0.29 B310
378.05 B103
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16.94 B119
	 i:i5:B403 	
	 3.25 B119
655B409
	 0.69 B403 	
0.66 B51 9 	
3.49 B310 	
	 68.75 B106 	
149I57.B304
	 68.138119^ 	
	 7.35 6119 	
3.99 B1 19
0.54 B604
2.94 B604
"40.326114
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6!03B003
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0.23 B106
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	 6.01 B409 	
0.02 B31 9
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0.10 B409
0.02 B31 6
0.01 B31 6
1.05B119
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0.006119
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0.06 B316
0.22 B319
SIC Cod*
3651
3714
3714
3451
3451
3479
3711
3714
3714
3711
3714
2899
3499
3471
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type I EPA ID IVokime (Tons) |F«m Code) SIC Cod»| Source Code |Odgin Code
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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D007
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0007
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D007
0007
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D007
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D007
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0007
0007
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0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
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0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
M071
M042
M132
M043
M071
M109
M019
M132
M132
M141
M141
M043
M071
M061
M133
M141
M061
M061
M061
M061 	
M051
M043
M013
M111 "
M141
M039
M049 	
M051
M019
M029
M111
M109
M014 	
M071
M072
M109
M061
M061
M042
";M125
M071
M109
M014
M043
M111
M141
M141
M119
M119
M071
M071
M119
M019
M019
M043
M132
	 M043 	
M019
	 M041 	
" """ M041 	
M043
	 "M043 	
:M043
M043
	 "M043 	
M071
	 M071 	
'" M071
M071
	 M071 	
M129
	 M125
M119
M119
	 M119
M132
M043
M061
M041
M041
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MN721 3820908
MND000245068
MND000686071
MND000773341
MND006154918
MND006154918
MND0061 60014
MND006219919
MND006219919
MND006248868
MND006248868
MND006251839
MND006251839
MN0006253843
MND006256150
MND006963508
MND008904336
MND008904336
MND042296665
MN0042296665
MND042302331
MND044792794
MND045397965
MND045397965
MND049537780
MND053417515
MND053417515
" "MND059034694
MND059680165
MND059680165
MND091728683
MND095296364
MND116220898 	
MND1 16220898
MND980681589
MND98O681589
MND985666072
MND985666072
MND985668201
MND985677889
MND985760115
MND985767482
MND990866470
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MND990860470
MND99086O470
MND990860470
MNT280010257
MNT280010257
MNT280010547
MO0000031823
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M0321 3720979
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M09890010524
MOD000474361
MOD000474361
MOD000474361
MOD000818963
MOD006265722
MOD006269385
MOD006269633
MOD006269633
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1.12 B119
4.13 B103
0.02 B31 9
0.03 B310
110.75B102
0.55 B103
0.40 B305
0.36 B304
1.80B310
3.95 B310
0.32 B310
7.11 B310
12.86 B119
7.35 B310
1.00B409
2.10B409
10.92 B203
16.48 B203
3.05 B101
4.23 B409
0.50 B603
0.28 B310
1.40B316
18.00 B302
0.53 B119 	
33.02 B519
3.30 B51 9 	
	 0.66 B209 "
0.62 B1 03
0.02 B103
1.14B319
1.48 B316
1.37 B106
0.91 B103
97.58B114
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17.28 B101
23.33 B409
0.52-B103
0.55 B106^
0.94 "BIOS
25.47 B1 14
0.58B310
0.46B319
2.50 B119
1.50B119
6.25 B1 19
0.60 B319
1.20B319
8.34B119
7.90 B1 14
"0.13B310
0.48 B309 	
0.57B309 	
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0.06 B31 9
0.00 B309
0.01 B210
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4.36 B119
0.45 B1 19 	
0.38 81 19"
1.13 8119
1.35B119
0.26 8319
0.56B309 	
7.92 B106 	
1.56B316
6.51 B316
20.10B319
1.108316
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0.74 8209
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8744
3479
2911
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3471
3471
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3479
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3499
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3569
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4512
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3841
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3423
3799
3471
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3851
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D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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D007
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0007
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0007 	
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0007
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0007 	
0007
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0007 	
0007
D007 	
0007
0007" 	
0007
D007
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D007
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D007
D007
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0007 	
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0007 	
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0007 	
0007
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0007
0007
0007
D007
D007
D007
M061
M109
M071
M043
M141
M092
M043
M119
~M042
M043
M061
M112
M125
M132
M019
M043
M132
M141
M141
M079
M079
Ml 29'"
M041
M111
M019
M132
M041
M043
Ml 1 1
M111
M061
M014
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M132
M061
M077
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M061
M051
M132
M132
M141
M141
M061
M061
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M043
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M111
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MOD006272843
MOD006275481
MOD006283808
MOD0071 18078
MOD007131113
MOD0071 33887
MOD0071 46095
MOD007452683
MOD043935048
MOD050715655
MOD05071S655
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MOD050715655
MOD050715655
	 MOD057894321
MOD057894321
MOD062439351
MOD076265099
MOD076265099
	 MOD077887909
MOD077887909
MOD077887909
MOD084396985
MOD088703764
MOD096726484
MOD192203487
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NC1 170027261
NC1170027261
NC1170027261
NCil7bb27261
0.20 B406
1 .40 B502
0.50 B1 06
0.77 B310
2.10 B319
1.44 B114
1.28 B306
1.88 B310
0.53
0.05 B310
0.08 B310
0.28 B31 6
0.50 B106
0.10 B310
0.02 B316
0.51 B319
2.30 B319
1.20 B519
0.40 B519
18.72 B101
20.63 B1 01
2.10 B307
0.47 B1 03
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0.068001
1.40 B310
	 V40B105
	 0.80 B319
0.92 B1 14
0.80 B319
1.88B316
0.36 8310
0.348319 	
14.998409
0.88 B31 9
0.63 8103
0.128309
0.01 8309
0.48 B1 19
0.53 8210
0.098210
0.62 B307
0.37 B307 	
0.008309
2.638319
5.988206
17.08 B310
5.48 8310
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3.03 8310
8.61 B209
10.22B209
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0.338319
0.04 B211
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0.04 B310
0.03 B210
0.08 8310
0.228102
0.076310
0.24 B310
0.038409
3.58 B604
0.148119
14.30 B319
11.50B319
3.60 B310
0.02 B211
3.74 B103
0.82 B302
2.92 B310
3634
3629
3728
3711
2796
3499
3627
3479
4581
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
3081
3081
3585
3621
3621
2819
2819
2892
5169
3479
2869
3443
3449
3479
3354
3354
3732
3519
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9711
9711
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A53
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A21
A58
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A58'
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A24
A24
A09
A09
A09
A27
A53
A94
A21
A24
A53
A53
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A78
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Waste Code
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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D007 	 "
D007 	
D007
D007 	
b607
D007
b007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007 	
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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M111
M111
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M132
M141
M141
M019
M141
M141
M141
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M141
M141
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M043
M061
M141
M132
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M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M132
M132
M132
M061
M061
M061
M053
M053
M053 	
M053
M141
M014
M141
M071~ 	
M141 	
M132
M141 	
M061
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Ml 41 	
M061
M141 	
M141
M071
M043
M071
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M132
M132
M077
M077
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M141
M141
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M061
M041
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EPAID
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NC1 170027261
NC 11 70027261
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NC1 170027261
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NC1 170027261
NC2690308232
NC2690308232
NC61 70022580
NC61 70022580
NC6570024475
NC6570024475
NC6570024475
NC8170022570
NC81 70022570
NC821 00201 21
NC821 00201 21
NC821 00201 21
NCD000615617
NCD003162500
NCD003162500
NCD003162500
NCD003162500
NCD003184249
NCD006997795
NCD006997795
NCD006997795
NCD006997795
NCD006997795
NCD0371 52683
NCD04104381 1
NCD044438406
NCD047369046
NCD048467427
NCD049774979
NCD050409150
NCD051331395
NCD051 823680
NCD051823680
NCD051 823680
NCD053488409
NCD057454670
NCD057454670
NCD057454670
NCD062674338
NCD062674338
NCD075575191
NCD079054680
NCD079054680
NCb079054680
NCD079054680
NCD079054680
NCD084i76570
NCD08 50801 82
NCD086S72082
NCDO8 9903983
NCD091 245498
NCD098770746
NCD101 773992
NCD101773992
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NCD185374899
NCD980799498
NCD980841753
NCD980841753
NCD980844674
NCD980845366
NCD980845366
NCD98084S366
NCD981003197
NCD981026909
NCD981 473564
NCD981473564
NCD981473564
NCD981856396
NCD981 856396
NCD981861438
NCD982140329
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
| Volume (Tons) | Form Code
0.09 B310
0.39 B319
0.34 B103
0.95 B309
3.00 B310
0.05 B409
0.07 B609
0.73 B301
2.00 B307
50.04 B309
23.97 B310
0.80 B207
0.10 B210
1.00B309
0.41 B209
0.58 B309
0.36 8309
8.62 B310
2.89 B309
0.04 B107
2.21 B304
1.60 B310
0.60 B31 9
1.00B505
32.00 B31 9
0.40 B114
2.608310 	
0.33 B310
0.25 B310
0.20 B403
6.25 B310
36.45 B319
	 5.52 8403 	
5.708303
113.038319
8.30 8504
0.03 B001
0.17 8409
0.55 8519
0.088519
0.10 8519
42.06 8319
89.52 B302
16.27 B311 	
93.578319
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0.458310
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4.838519
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15.008304
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1.838310
3.18 B310
42.21 8302
0.01 8310
"0.038209
1.50 B310
3.90 B310
	 6.45 BIOS
	 0.50 B319
3.30B304
	 5.45 B304 	
1.608113
18.10 B103"
149.39 'BIOS
2.208105
0^91 8362
0.038309
0.33 B310
6.04 B202
0.52 B603
0.40 B219
0.03 B001
SIC Code
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
9621
9621
9711
9711
9711
9711
9711
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9711
9711
9711
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2796
2796
2796
2796
3692
4512
4512
4512
4512
4512
3069
2824
3679
2865
2819
2679
3499
2531
4226
4226
4226
2824
2819
2819
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3713
3713
3433
3511 	
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3221
3086
2754
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3728
3519
3519
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3713
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Want Code
D007
DO07
D007
D007
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D007
D007
0007
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D007 	
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0007 	
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0007
0007
0007
0007
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0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
0007
D007
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M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043 	
M043
M061
M061
M061
M111
M111
MiTi 	
Ml 21 	
M121
M141
Mi 41
M141
M091 	
M141
M141
M141
M141
M049 	
M061
M061 	
M041 	
M043 	
M043
M043 	
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M132
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NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986 166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NCD986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NC0986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986i7H89
NCD986171882
NCD9861 77061
NCD9861 86351
NCD9861 94421
NCD986215465
NCD991 278706
NCD991278706
ND3571924759
ND357i924759
ND3571924759
ND3571 924759
ND3571924759
ND457i924758
ND4571 924758
ND4571 924758
ND457i924758
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ND457i 924758 	
NDD006175467
NED000325167
NED007263619
NED0072636i9
NED007263619
NED007267214
NED007268790
NED007281728
NED007286198
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0.20 B403
0.06 B409
0.20 B409
060B409
2.20 B409
0.88 B409
0.40 B409
0.14 B409
0.08 B409
0.60 B403
0.90 B403
2.40 B409
2.18 B303
0.82 B31 9
0.20 B403
0.20 B207
0.20 B21 9
0.20 B119
0.40 B310
0.55B319
65.85 B106
4.05 B205
0.01 B105
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0.35 B310
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0.07 B310
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0.10 B102
10.93 B202
0.01 B202
0.07 B202
0.10 B310
3.23 B310
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0.40 B304
5.39 B609
2.30 B31 9
13.50 B403
11.90 B505
3.45 B409
1.34 B513
0.20 B923
4.44 B307
0.29 B319
0.43 B310
0.08 B310
0.25 B319
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2.35 B310
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6.67 B1 13
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bi6B114
0.38 B001
156.496316
0.23 B307
10.11 B113
0.48 B103
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M078
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M079
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M011
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M141
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M141
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NHD045513785
NHD045513785
NHD046312559
NHD048724173
NHD048724173
NHD048724173
NHD048724173
NHD064441132
NHD064441132
NHD500008420
NHD980731996
NHD982716169
NHD982716169
NJ0000377309
NJ0000442970
NJ01 700221 72
NJ01 700221 72
" NJ0170022172
NJ4213720275
NJC876021775
NJD000531707
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NJD000574491
NJD000574491
NJD000574491
NJD000691832
NJD000764878
NJD001213453
NJD001314160
NJD001314160
	 NJD0013445O6
NJD001354513
NJD001354513
NJD001502517
NJD002002699
NJD002139244
NJD002139244
NJD002148484
NJD0021 49508
NJD002159317
	 NJD002159812
NJD002165561
NJD002171189
NJD00217i502
NJD002173276
NJD002178796
	 NJ 0002181733 	
^NJD002184448
	 NJD002186696
	 NJD002338267
NJD002342053
NJD002345247
NJD002345247
NJD002373579
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NJD002385730
NJD002385730
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NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002444024
" NJD002444024 	
NJD002444719
	 NJD002444719
NJD009305772
	 NJD011345816
.NJD01 1345816
NJD011550092
	 NJD020785663 	
NJD041762840
NJD041 762840
NJD047501457
NJD048794986
NJD052204633
NJD053518536
NJD054747720
NJD055541320
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' 37.00 B504
1.12 B319
3.78 B319
0.06 B114
169.53 B219
415.33B219
141.42 B219
5.58 B609
0.24 B107
0.01 B114
11.27 B101
0.18B319
0.13B119
1.25 B316
2.47 B409
2.42 B307
0.08 B309
0.09
0.45 B310
1.05 B316
31.80 B302
0.40 B101
	 1.15B114
0.83 B113
4.98 B1 14
0.69 B105
	 24.20 B319 	
1.00 B319
0.17 B001
1.05B219
0.38 B219
3.40 B199
0.55 B409
1.18 B310
23.17 B114
7.57 B1 14
16.00 B305
32.00 B305
" 	 1.00 B316
	 l".'66'B505' 	
22.94 B1 19
V49.B219
5.680.00 B12
75.1 6 B1 01
1.00B310
0.29 B106
793.07 B106
2.95'B305 	
0.23 B319
	 26.67 B106
0.50 B405 ~"
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3.45B310
0.35 B319
0.75 B203 	
6.94 B219
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12.13 B319
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0.30B207-
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0.50 B319
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16.80 B409
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33.61 B316
0.21 B110
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10.95 B304
3324
3324
3674
3674
3672
2869
2869
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3812
3111
3499
8211
8211
3444
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9711
9711
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3724
3724
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3724
3221
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2869
2657
2657
2834
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3499
2865
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3511
3511
3812
3471
2671
2657
2869
3861
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2833
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2869
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2869
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type<
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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0007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
0007
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D007
D007
D007
0007
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D007
0007
0007
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D007
D007
0007
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D007
D007
D007
0007
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D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
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D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
D007
0007
D007
0007
0007
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D007
M141
M141
M119
M141
M141
M141
M141
MOS2
M079
M132
M132
M132
M132
	 M132
M132
M132 	
	 M141 	
M041
M141
	 M141
Mill
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"M141"
	 M141 	
M141
	 "M061 	
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	 M091 	
	 M011 	 ""
	 M132 	
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	 Ml 32 	
	 M043 	
	 M125 	
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	 M141 	 "
	 Miii
M061
	 :M041
	 "Miii'
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	 M079
	 M141 	
	 MIII 	
	 M"i 25 	
	 M049 	
	 "M141" ""
M129
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	 M041
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	 "M043
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	 "M043
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	 M043 	
M049
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	 M053 	
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M129
	 M125 	 "
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	 M125 	
M041
	 " "M043 	
	 M132
	 ~M132 	
M132
M132
"Ml 09
M141
M141
	 M141 	
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007 	
D007
D007 	
D007~
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007 	
D007
D007
D007 	
D007
0007 	
D007
D007
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D007
13007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007'
D007
D007
D007
D007
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M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M109
M132
M125
M132
M132
M019
M119
M043
M141
M053
M099
M043
M081
M132
M141
M141
M129
M019
M132
M141
M141
M141
M019
M049
M049
M129
M129
M129
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M051
M129
M043
M041
M119
M043
M043
M111
M132
M111
M041 	
M141
M141
M011 	
M071
M125
M014
M141
M141 	
M119
M141
M071
M132
M109
M071
M071
M043
M119
M061
M061
M111
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M111
M111
M141
M141
M141
M099
M099
M061
M141
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NV9 170022 173
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NV9170022173
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NVD008477820
NVD0084 77820
NVD008477820
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NVD981 963549
NVD982443962
NVD982519316
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NY2572824249
NY3570025475
NY3570025897
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NY4571 924451
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NYD000824367
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NYD001 386077
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NYD001 876440
NYD002028421
NYD002040921
NYD002042471
NYD002043198
NYD002043396
NYD002047967
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NYD002084135
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NYD0021 03513
NYD0021 05849
NYD0021 12944
0.01 B207
0.05 B207
0.00 B207
0.00 B310
0.00 B310
0.00 B310
0.00 B310
74.94 B319
130.11 B319
3.74 B1 03
2.70 B5O4
1.35B504
0.20 B319
3.60 B6O4
4.94 B302
0.66 B103
0.10 B205
0.35 B1 19
0.18B310
185.65 B105
0.07 B409
3.96 B309
3.84 B310
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0.13 B310
0.02 B001
1.29B319
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0.64 B1 03
0.02 B309
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4.708204
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4.758102
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1.61 8310 	
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2.70 B31 6
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                           Page D-102

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
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D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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M132
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M071
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M125
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M111
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M141
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M043
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	 M141 	
M041
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M141
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	 "M141 	
M123
	 Ml 41 	
M053
	 M132 	
	 M141 	
M079
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	 Ml 32 	
	 M013 	
M141
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	 M141 	
	 M079 	
	 Ml 41 	
M079
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M121
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M043
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	 Ml 41 	
	 M141 	
M078
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NYD0021 14197
NYD0021 14197
NYD0021 14197
NYD0021 14197
NYD0021 26852
NYDO02 126852
NYD0021 26852
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NYD002207744
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NYD002215234
NYD002215739
NYD002220457
NYD002227973
NYD002233757
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NYD981 142342
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0.40 B310
0.23 B519
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1.148409
4.59 8103
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1.61 B119
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0.19 B519
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D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
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0007
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0007
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0007 	
0007
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0007
M043
M079
M079
M079
M132
M019
M071
M141
M132
M132
M043
M132
M132
M141
M132
M141
M141
M111
M111
M141
M141
M089
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M111
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NYD986878775
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OHD000817304
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Volume (Tons) | Form Code
0.23 B403
2.43 B316
3.30 B316
0.20 B316
8.84 B316
14.10B105
10.80 B105
0.01 B003
0.18 B103
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0.17 B302
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0.69 B310
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1.498319
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1.51 B119
0.16 B310
0.38 B119
0.08 B310
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109.166103
1.708310
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9711
3399
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A35
A35
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A29
A29
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A22
A21
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M132
M132
M111
M041
M061
M111
M061
M111
M141
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M1H
M111
M132
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M071
	 Mii'i 	
M111
M125
M132
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	 M141 	
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0.23 8103
21.90 B114
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i.15 B310
0.50 B310
1.56B306
3.44 B1 19
0.46 B504
0.92 B504
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2.90 B102
10.23B310
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3.71 B114
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OHD980995930
OHD981 094972
OHD981 195779
OHD981 526676
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OHD981 526957
OHD981531601
OHD981 959034
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40.40 B31 9
0.83 B316
0.65 B505
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42.34 B103
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45.008119
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2.48 B106
28.94 B1 14
0.65 B310
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5.41 B319
0.468319
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0.27 B316
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2.73 B31 9
6.75 B316
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6.66 B31 6
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0.85 B505
6.13 B114
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0.19B310
22.488307
1.70B113
4.128114
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1.50 B113
8.18 B603
6.37 B310
	 16.008114
93.33 8519
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12.00 B319
2.10B319
31.05B319
5.50 B307
3.75 B307
7.30 B31 9
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0.37 B310
0/43B310
1.63 B310
0.48 B310
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0.53 B310
0.02 B403
0.49 B505
0.188505
~ 5.98 B505
2.26 B1 01
0.446101
0.668114
0.03 B206
1.808309
0.056114
0.028119
0.01 B119
0.84 6603
0.01 6316
0.096319
0.00 B403
0.37 B409
0.01 8409
	 0.21 6205 	
1.348206 	
	 big 6211 	
0.08 B304
	 0.82 B304 	
0.206310
71 "I ".. o-P1..8?1?..'..'... 	 	 	
0.64 8319
0.01 6319
0.00 B403
2.07 B4O4
0.128409
	 6.048409
0.00 B409
0.308114 	
	 1.506319 	
6.00 B210
0.01 8310 " 	
	 i.32 8206 	
0.016409
0.11 B113
" 0.00 B3ig
3.C»B20g
0.36 B209
0.00 B210
0.42 B404
0.06 B404
0.06 B407
	 0.408469 	
0.028211 	
0.036211
	 0.07 8211 	
0.128409 	
	 0.088310 	
	 0.45 B3i6 	
0.388604
	 8.49 8119 	
213.77 8119'
	 0.136319
0.01 8319
0.02 B219
0.01 8409" 	
6.01 8310
0.01 B319
	 0^078106 	
0.058409
0.578503 	
0.266202
6.85 B105
0.04 B105
0.06 B4O9
A09
A22
A22
A22
A22
A56
A69
A59
A22
A39
A78
A78
A59
A59
A59
A59
A22
A22
A37
A59
A55
A57
A29
	 A49
	 A60 	
A58
	 A92 	
A57 	
A06
	 A06 	
	 A40 	
	 " "A40 	
	 A57 	
A09
	 A40 	
	 A78
A22
	 A08 	
A09 	
'A58
	 A40 	
A09
	 A37 	
	 A56
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	 ASB 	
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	 A54 	
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	 A94 	
A91
A29
A29
A92
A57
A91
A92
	 A01 	
A01 	
	 A01 	
	 A57 	
	 ;A92 	
A21
	 A21 	
A21
	 :A06 	
	 Aoe"
A08 	
	 A57 	
A99
A51
A53 	
A23
	 A03
A21
A09
A01
A22
A22 	
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code
D007
D007
0007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007 	
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
0007
D007
D007 	
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007 	
D007
D007
D007
D007
D007 	
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0007 	
D007 	
0007"
D007
0007
D007
0007
0007
D007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
0007
D007
System
M141
M141
M061
M141
M141
M119
M111
M112
M141
M111
M071
M132
M132
M137
M141
M141
M061
M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M141
M132
M141
M111
M111
M043
M043
M077
M074
M094
M132
M132
M135
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
Ml 41
M141
M043
M043
M043
M043
M077
M111
M132
M141
M061
M141
Ml 41
M141
M021
M022
Mui 	
M141
M141
M1li
M041
Ml 41
M141
M111
MOli
~M111
M132
M141
M141
M061
M109
M071
M141
M141'
M141
M111
M141
M141
M043
Typef B>AID
WAD000618140
WAD000711622
WAD002788412
WAD002788412
WAD002838068
WAD009035502
WAD009041450
WAD009041450
WAD009244898
WAD0092S1042
WAD009256819
WAD009256819
WAD009256819
WAD009256819
WAD009256819
WAD009256819
WAD009262171
WAD009262171
WAD009262171
WAD009262171
WAD009262171
WAD0092690ld
WAD009493412
WAD0096244S3
WAD010211415
WAD02025794S
WAD020257945
WAD0391 16397
WAD0391 16397
WAD0391 16397
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	 WAD041337130
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WAD041337130
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WAD041 585464
WAD045256971
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WAD645256971
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WAD063341424
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j Volume (Tons)) Fom Code
0.33 B409
0.03 B203
0.13B310
0.05 B409
0.68 B319
0.23 B409
0.08 B319
0.18 B319
0.05 B310
0.05B310
4.18 B119
0.14 B302
90.02 B319
2.18 B319
0.01 B409
0.41 B409
0.53 B202
0.02 B009
1.44 B319
0.77 B409
1.30 B409
0.11 B205
1.04B310
31.02 B319
0.55 B310
201 .8781 14
	 54^40:B114 	
	 0.20 B310
0^30 B310
18.65 B511
3^45 B31 6
22.18 B1 14
	 8.62 B316 	
2XJ9B319
19.67^6114
1 .42 B307
13.75 B310
8.11 B316
11.92B316
0.76 B409
0.48 B409
0.99 B310
0.45 B409
0.57 B409
0.61 B310
1.80B310
0.04 B319
0.02 B319
	 i.isBSii 	
4.18.B319
	 6.32 B403 	
0.36 B403
3.43 B310
	 0.66:Blb2 	
	 3.42 B304 	
0.44B311
	 2^30'Bii4 	
0.25 B1 14
6.01 B310
0.02 B409
0.06 B409
	 V63"B3lb 	
0.13 B103
0.86 B103
	 5.86 B203 	
0.02 B105'
	 60.16 B307
45.57 B306" 	 ".
6.40 B319
	 Z07B105 	
10.02 B103
0.72 B51 3
0.55.8510 	
43.94 B1 19
6.06 B409
0.01 B409
0.01 B409
0.69 B114
0.158210
6.07 B21 6
4.48 B310
SIC Codel Source Code) Origin Code
A29
A58
A78
A58
A21
A58
A29
A57
A56
A19
A37
A59
A53
A53
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A78
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	 A59
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	 .AOI
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	 ^A27
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A29
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	 A57
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Waste Code) System Type! EPA ID |Vcknne(Tons)|FonnCode|SICC
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Was* Cods) System Type) EPA ID |VeHume(Tons)tFocmCode[SICCo
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Wane Code I System Type) EPA ID I Volume (Tons)) Form Code) SIC Coda (Source Code) Origin Cods
DOO8
DOO8
DOOS
DOO8
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D008
DOOS
DOOS
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
DOOS
0008
0008
DOOS
D008
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
0008
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
3008
M141
M141
M141
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M141
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M141
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•M141
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M111
M132
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M141
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AK1210O22157
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AK1 21 00221 57
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AK1210022157
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AK1 570028646
AK 1570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK1 570028646
AK321 00221 55
AK3570028669
AK46 905001 66
AK5210090002
AK5690500181
AK56 905001 81
AK621 0022426
AK621 0022426
AK621 0022426
AK621 0022426
AK6210022426
AK6210022426
AK621 0022426
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AK62100 22426
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AK62100 22426
AK621 0022426
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AK8570028649
AK8570028649
AK8570028649
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AK857 0028649
AK8570028649
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AK857 0028649
AK8570028649
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0.06 B1 02
0.01 B203
0.19 B206
0.12 B209
0.01 B210
0.29 B310
0.23 B310
0.04 B409
0.01 B309
0.11 B101
0.01iB101
0.53iB101
2.92 B1 01
0.23 B101
0.58 B101
0.25 B101
0.00:8117
0.04 B209
0.39 B309
0.02 B309
0.05 B310
0.02 B310
0.22 8309
0.22 B206
0.03 B319
5.10 B319
0.03 B319
1.13 B319
0.00 B003
0.00 B023
0.02 B101
0.09 B1 02
0.51 B206
0.67:6206
0.00 B209
0.00 B209
0.00 B210
0.00:8210
0.00:8210
0.05 B210
0.03 B309
0.00 ' 8309
0.01 8309
1.39 8319
0.00 B319
0.27:8102
0.22 8102
0.11 8106
0.38:8113
0.70 81 14
0.25 B1 14
0.05 'B203
0.27 ,6205
0.24! 8205
0.16 8205
2.66.8206
0.24 6206
0.238206
0.83 8206
1.56:8206
2.83 6206
1.00 B206
0.24,6206
0.24 6206
0.08:8206 •
0.1718206
0.15:6206
0.18 B206
0.88 < 8206
0.01 6209
0.38:8209
0.05 8211
0.1916211
0.16 8211
0.26 '8211
0.13:8211
0.22 8211
0.15^6211
0.53,6211
0.25:8211
0.40:6211
9711 A04
9711 ASS
9711 A54
9711 A59
9711 ASS
9711 A92
9711 A92
9711 ASS
2879 A55
9711 A57
9711 A57
9711 A57
9711 A57
9711 A57
9711 A57
9711 A57
9711 A53
9711 A21
9711 ASS
9711 AS5
9711 ASS
9711 ASS
9711 A55
9999 A54
9621 A08
5171 A99
9621 A08
9621 A91
9711 A58
9711 A58
9711 A99
9711 A58
9711,A57
971VA57
9711 A58
9711 A58
9711 A21
9711 A21
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9711 A58
9711 ASS
9711 AS5
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9711 A53
9711 A57
9711 iA59
9711 A59
9711 A05
9711 A09
9711 A31
9711 A57
9711:A59
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9711 iA53
9711 IA65
9711 :A54
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9711 A54
9711 .A54
9711 A54
9711 :A54
9711 !A54
9711 1 A54
9711 :A54
9711 iA54
9711 1 A55
9711 A55
9711 A57
9711 A57
9711:A21
9711 1 A21
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9711 ASS
9711 A56
9711 AS7
9711 A57
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9711;A57
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Coda) System Type) EPA ID (Vokjnw (Tons)) F«in Code) SIC Code) Source Code) Ortgin Code
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008 '
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
O008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0006
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
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M
M
M
M
M
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M141
M043
M111
M111
M043
'M111
:M111
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M043
M043
M129
•M043
M129
M129
M043

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type I EPA1D rVotame(Tons)|FomvCA09
3482 A27
3482IA57
3482 :A19
3482 A1 9
3482 :A08
3489 A59
4581 A56
4581 A59
4581 ;A59
4581 'A58
4581 A38
4581 A38
4581 A56
3O53 A09
2531 A49
3669 A49
3669 A49
3669 A49
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
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1
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type | EPA ID | VohJcnefToc»)(FonnCocle|SICCocle|Souc8Cod«|Ortoin CoOe
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
O008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
DO08
D008
DO08
D008
0008
0008
D008
DO08
0008
O008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
3008
0008
D008
M042
M042
M111
M132
M125
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M041
M141
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M132
:M051
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M137
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M132
M137
M141
M141
AR 00063541 87
AR 00431 95429
ARD052528809
ARD052528809
ARD075656454
ARD075673079
ARD091 683045
ARD093414597
ARD093414597
ARD093414597
ARD980621155
ARD980868491
ARD980868491
ARD982285447
ARD982285447
ARD982552739
ARD982552739
ARD982558561
ARD982562654
ARD983267600
ARD983267600
ARD983272485
ARD983272485
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AZ0210020434
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AZ021 0020434
AZ021 0020434
AZ0570024133
AZ31 42390027
AZ4570024055
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AZ4570024055
AZ4570024055
AZ4570024055
AZ45721 90029
AZ521 3820991
AZ721 3820635
AZ7213820635
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type | EPA ID (Votane (Tens) IFomi Code] SIC Code) Source CodelOrigln Code
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
O008
0008
0008
O008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
D008
0008
O008
O008
D008
O008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
DOO8
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
O008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
MUl
M061
M099
M111
• M111
M129
M029
M061
M051
M111
M141
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M011
M125
M039
M039
M119
M049
M014
M032
M061
M061
M061
M019
M019
M043
M092
M132
M132
M129
M039
M129
M132
:M129
M132
M132
:M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M132
M132
M132
M141
M129
M132
M141
M
M039
M043
M109
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
:M141
M141
M141
M021
M039
M124
M129
M129
M129
M129
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M141
A2D981624166
AZD981 630049
AZD981 630049
A2D981 630049
AZD981 630049
AZD982400889
AZD982503385
AZD982503948
A2D982519746
'AZD983474453
AZR000000208
AZT000618512
AZT000624429
AZT000624429
AZT050010636
AZT050010636
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CA0000066373
CA0000068809
CA0000068809
CA0000068809
CA00001 37893
CA0000138537
CA00001 42331
CA0000142331
:CA0000142331
CA0000142331
CA0000204289
CA0000483438
CA0000483438
CA0000483438
CA0000483438
CA0000806844
CA0001019694
CA01 70024491
CA01 70024491
CA01 70024491
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CA1 17009001 2
CA1170090012
CA1 170090020
CA1 170090020
CA1 170090020
CA1 170090020
CA1 170090020
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CA1 170090020
CA1 170090020
CA1 170090020
CA1 170090210
CA1 170090210
CA1 170090210
CA1 570024504
CA1 800005034
CA1 800005034
CA1 800005034
CA1 800005034
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CA2170023152
CA21 70023202
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CA2170023236
CA2170023236
CA2170023236
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CA21 70023236
CA2170023236
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0.30 B310
1.00 B310
0.75 B205
11.18 B307
1.37, B310
8.89 B319
67.59 B206
0.17 B211
0.16!B206
150.00'B306
33.58 B205
0.25-B307
0.25 B1 14
0.01 B307
0.13 B205
1.07 B310
32.37 B31 9
0.20 B319
0.08 B1 03
0.11 B105
1.00 B31 9
18.00 B31 9
0.01 B31 9
6.25 B31 9
0.63 B310
1.55 B31 9
13.25:6319
1.42 B1 19
5.23:8307
1.62 B009
1.37 B1 19
1.08 BOOS
0.25 8319
0.01
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0.00
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163.60 B302
75.20 B302
1.04 B409
0.29 B311
8.25 8311
2.94 B311
1.13:B311
0.06:8319
0.14 8319
7.5018311
16.18 8311
1.25:6311
0.03 i 8311
0.37
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1.37 '8302
2.45 8209
4.66:8209
6.83 B513
5.15
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12.00 8209
20.00.6302
2.30 8409
1.55 B319
2.28 6311
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0.01 6205
0.00 B003
0.01 BOOS
0.18iB319
0.23I84O9
0.24 8119
0.04 6307
0.00 8310
0.03 6319
0.06 B319
0.25 8319
1.11 6319
0.05 6409
0.00 : BOOS
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3366 A37
3366 A40
3366 A55
3429 A29
3672 A29
3724 A37
3695 AM
4953 :A78
3451 A19
3674 'A29
4911 A99
4911 A92
3451 A57
3451 A32
1041 A94
9711 A69
3672 A22
3672 A22
3672 A22
4941 A29
3499 A35
3714 A75
3714 A21
3714 A59
3714 A75
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3672 A29
3672 A29
3672 A06
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9711 A69
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9711iA69
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9661 A19
9661 :A08
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System TVD» I EPA ID | Volume (TCXB)| Form Code) SIC Cod»|Scxjrc8Oxfel Origin Code
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
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D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
DO08
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
M141
M141
M141
M141
M129
M129
M019
M043
M089
M049
M049
M141
M141
M132
M132
M132
M043
M129
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M119
M132
M011
M077
M141
M019
M039
M039
M039
M039
M039
M039
M039
M132
M132
M132
M132
M111
M119
M119
M119
M119
:M132
M141
M141
IM111
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M141
M141
M
M
M039
M039
M039
M039
M039
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Was«eCode| System Typo | EPA ID | Volume (Tons)! Forni Code( SIC Cod«| Source Cod»(Orioin Code
D008
D008
O008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
DO08
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
DO08
D008
O008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
O008
DOO8
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
DOO8
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M019
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M019
M019
M039
M039
M039
M039
M039
M039
M041
M041
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M051
M053
M053
M053
'M121
M125
M125
M125
M125
M125
M125
M125
M125
M125
M125
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
IM132
M132
M132
M132
,M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
CA7 170023330
CA7170023330
CA71 70023330
CA71 70023330
CA71 70023330
CA71 70023330
CA7170023330
CA71 70024528
CA7170024775
CA7 170024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA7 170024775
CA7 170024775
CA7 170024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA7 170024775
CA7 170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA71 70024775
CA7 170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA7 170024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
.CA71 70024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
:CA7170024775
CA7170024775
,CA71 70024775
;CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA7 170024775
CA7170024775
CA7170024775
CA71 70024775
CA71 70024775
CA71 70024775
CA7 170024775
CA71 70024775
CA71 70024775
CA7 170024775
0.06 B409
0.52 B409
0.01 B409
0.01 B409
0.00 B409
0.01 B409
0.00 B409
0.11 B307
1.05
1.35
0.73
2.37
62.19
0.08
0.55
0.44
0.05
0.24
3.09 B319
0.02 B319
11.67 B119
0.09 B319
10.12 B102
0.09:6113
0.00 B219
0.15 B409
0.15 B409
7.50 B409
0.50 B1 19
0.22 8209
0.33 B307
0.31 B319
0.18:6319
0.03 8409
0.04 8409
0.08 B219
0.05 B319
0.26 8319
0.71 8319
0.07 8210
0.02, B009
0.04 8009
0.02 8219
1.24 8302
13.18 B319
13.74 B31 9
0.40 B31 9
0.00 B31 9
0.01 B407
0.87 B407
0.43'BHO
1.41'B110
0.96 81 10
0.01 8119
10.27 B319
0.30 8519
0.58:8307
0.05;B307
0.39 8307
0.42:8307
0.16:8309
0.03 8309
0.03:8309
0.208309
0.10 B309-
1.65 8309
0.84 B309
0.56 B31 6
0.39 8316
1.98 8316
0.23 8316
0.02 8319
0.81^8319
0.11 8319
1.31 8319
2.11 8319
0.31 831 9
0.07 B319
0.08 B319
0.20 8319
0.41 B319
9999 A64
9999 A64
9999 A64
9999 A64
9999 A64
9999 A64
9999 A64
9711 A72
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3731
3731
3731
3731
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3731
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3731 A09
3731
3731 A99
3731 A92
3731 A99
3731 A93
3731 A57
3731 'A99
3731 ;A91
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A57
3731 1 A57
3731 :A93
3731 A93
3731 :A57
3731 A93
3731 A37
3731 A57
3731 A92
3731 A93
3731 A99
3731 :A93
3731 A93
3731 !A93
3731 A93
3731 :A93
3731 A93
3731 :A93
3731 iA99
3731 ;A93
3731 1A93
3731 A99
3731 ^A99
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3731 !A57
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3731 A57
3731 IA57
3731 iA57
3731 A93
3731 A5S
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3731 A93
3731 :A93
3731 :A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
373VA99
3731 1A99
3731 i A99
3731 :A99
3731 A59
3731 A64
3731 :A93
3731 A93
3731 :A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
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3731 A93
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type | EPA ID | Volume (Tons) | Form Code | SIC Coctel Sourco Code) Origin Code
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
MO43
M124
M129
M129
M129
M129
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M141
M141
M132
M132
M
M
M
M019
'M129
M132
M141
M109
M141
M141
'M141
M141
M019
M132
M141
M141
M129
M129
M132
M019
M032
M043
M021
M061
M061
M061
M061
M061
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CA71 70024775
CA7170024775
CA71 7009001 6
CA7170090016
CA7170090016
CA7170090016
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CA7170090016
CA7170090016
CA7170090016
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CA7210020676
CA7210020676
CA721 0020676
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CA7572890518
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CA821 0020832
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CA9170027271
CA9570025149
CA9570025149
CA9800013030
CA9800013030
CA9800013030
CAD000051433
CAD000051433
CAD000051433
CAD000051433
CAD000051433
CAD000051433
0.58 B319
0.04 B319
0.03 B319
1.04 B319
0.03 B319
0.48 B319
0.23 B319
0.14 B319
0.03 B319
0.19 B319
0.34 B319
2.07 B319
1.58 B319
0.02 B319
0.24 B319
2.59 B319
0.97 B319
0.80 B319
10.05 B319
1.14 B319
0.60 B319
0.04 B31 9
0.63 B31 9
0.43 B409
0.10 B409
2.42 B409
0.22 B409
0.02 B409
1.05 B409
0.12 B409
1.33 B505
0.19. B519
0.43
0.03 BOOS
0.36 B119
0.30 B302
0.08 B319
0.30 B319
0.09 8311
1.00 B311
0.79 B311
0.77 B311
5.76 B311
10.75 B311
0.25 B311
0.25 B311
1.06 B311
17.94 B311
0.60 B302
2.50:8114
0.03 B302
7^5iB209
0.73,8319
3.85
2.41,
0.53
0.50 8119
11.75 B311
5.00 831 1
0.17'B311
258.24 8103
0.92 8114
0.07 BOOS
0.00 B309
0.05iB409
8.81 8206
3.48 8206
39.34 B311
820.83:8319
0.73 B409
0.03 B207
0.01 B409
0.22 8002
0.00 B002
0.00 B002
7.90 B113
12.40 B205
2.00 821 9
20.80 B310
2.40 B409
15.20 B409
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A99
3731 A99
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3731 A57
3731 A57
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A93
3731 A99
3731 A99
3731 A21
3731 A60
3731 A64
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3731 A69
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9711:A69
9711'A69
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3483 A69
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D008
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M132
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M019
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M132
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M132
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
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CA0982442881
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CAD982468282
CA0982482226
CAD982484826
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CAD982493009
CAD982493587
CAD982510083
CAD982510083
CAD982510497
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CAD982519423
CAD982520421
CAD982520421
CAD982520421
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CAD983586157
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CAD983592569
CAD983616731
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CAD983641630
CAD983645334
CAD983645334
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241.43 B309
71.35 B319
30.58 B504
0.20 B319
0.37 B319
0.10 B319
0.02 B319
5.75 B319
0.72. B1 10
2.95 'B1 10
0.48:6119
0.02 B309
0.25 B103
0.43 B206
5.96 B319
0.11 B104
1.40 B307
1.42 B21 9
8.47 B319
8.12 B319
0.48 B103
0.58 B304
0.01 B504
0.05 B31 9
0.26 B31 9
0.16 B31 9
18.10 B312
7.50 B301
0.10 B31 6
6.40 B31 9
1.44 B105
2.00: B319
2.761B310
5.08 B103
13.65 B31 9
1.19:8302
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0.38 B505
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1.69iB205
0.50:8310
6.40 B31 9
3.80 8319
10.10 8002
0.04 18307
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0.35 B31 9
0.1318319
0.80 831 9
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0.27 
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Wa*» Code I System!
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008 •
0008
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D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
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DO08
0008
0008
DOOS
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
0008
DOOS
0008
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
0008
M019
M013
M041
M043
M043
M141
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M141
M141
M141
M
M109
M129
M129
M011
M011
M011
M099
M019
M132
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M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M019
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M041
M132
M132
M132
M141
M011
M011
M011
M011
M011
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M043
M043
M043
M043
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M043
M043
M043
M043
IM043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
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M043
M043
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IM043
M043
M043
M043
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M043
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CAD99066S556
CAD 990843989
CAD990843989
CAD990843989
CAD990843989
CA0000909523
CAO1 7009001 3
CAO170090013
CA0 17009001 3
CAO170090013
CA0170090013
CA0170090013
CAR000001289
CAR000001289
CAR000001289
CAR000003665
CAR000004457
CAR000004457
CAR000004457
CAR000004713
CAR000004713
CAR000004713
CAR000005694
CAT000611400
CAT000614495
CAT000617001
CAT000617449
CAT000617589
CAT000617589
CAT000617589
CAT000618900
CAT000624122
CAT080010804
CAT080011489
CAT080011489
CAT080011562
CAT080011570
CAT080011646
CAT080011646
CAT080011653
CAT08001169S
CAT080011695
CAT080011703
CAT080011703
CAT080013584
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CATOS0014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
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CAT080014079
CAT080014079
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CAT080014079
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0.80 B304
0.04 B319
0.99 B519
0.12 B409
0.05 B409
0.04 B409
0.07 B209
0.06 B209
0.37 B302
268.70 B302
432.24 B302
0.07 8307
1.42'BHO
0.14 8205
0.30 831 0
67.70 8409
0.47 8319
0.25 8319
0.30 8319
17.99 B319
11.34 B31 9
7.34 B319
17.04 8103
0.16 B307
1.68 B603
9.69,8319
0.45
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3.60 B319
0.20 8319
0.02 8319
0.52 B307
1.63 8316
0.92 B307
0.07 8210
0.45 B307
0.08 8604
1.72 B319
0.11 8319
0.32:8307
0.08 8001
0.16 8209
0.22 8311
1.00 B319
12.750.00 8302
0.15:8307
0.03 i 8307
0.05 B309
0.11 8316
0.05 8319
0.04:8319
0.01 '8310
0.02 B319
0.03:8319
0.09:8319
0.02 i 831 9
0.21;B409
0.13 B409
1.12!B409
0.11:8409
0.23:8409
0.13IB409
0.07 8409
0.03 B409
0.03 B409
0.40 8409
0.31 B409
0.80 B409
0.10 B409
0.11:8409
0.29 B409
0.25 B409
0.44 8409
0.20 8409
0.09:8409
0.42 8409
0.08:8409
0.54 8409
0.00 B409
0.02 8409
0.13 8409
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3572 A49
3572 A99
3572 A49
3572 A49
3572 A60
9199 A21
9199 A21
9199 A69
9199 A69
9199 A69
9199 A57
3672 A22
3672 A22
3672 A22
9199 A99
3672 A08
3672 A53
3672 A53
3732 A40
3732 A40
3732 :A40
3483 A03
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5169 A29

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8221 A21
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4911 A08
3728 A39
3679 A32
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4911 A40
4911 A21
4911 A29
4911 A29
4911 A21
4911 A58
4911 A21
4911 A69
4911 A21
3672 A22
2893. A59
3571 A59
3571 :A59
3571 A58
721 A59
3674 A94
3674'A53
3571 A53
3571 . A53
3825 A92
3825 A92
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3672 A08
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3672 A08
3672 A08
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Co<*s| System Type I EPA ID I Volume (Tons) |Fom> Code [SIC Code! Source Code I Origin Code
0008
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DO08
D008
DOOS
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DOOS
DOOS
D008
DOOS
D008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
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DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
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DOOS
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DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
M043
M061
M061
M061
M061
M061
M077
M077
M077
M077
M077
M092
M092
M092
M092
M111
M111
M111
M111
•M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
,M111
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M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
IM111
M111
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M111
M111
M111
M111
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M111
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M111
M111
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M111
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M111
M111
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;M111
1M111
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M111
M111
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M141
M141
IM141
1M132
M043
M043
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M013
M013
'M041
M112
M014
M019
M132
M019
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
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CAT080014079
CAT08O014O79
CAT080014079
CAT080014O79
CAT080O14079
CAT080014079
CAT080014079
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CAT080014079
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CAT080014O79
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0.45 B102
0.42 B102
0.40 B205
0.20 B205
0.50 B205
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0.20 61 14
0.40IB114
0.051B114
0.08 B1 14
0.40:B102
0.20;B102
0.20 '81 02
0.40 8114
0.20 8301
2.93 'B301
0.13 8301
0.25 8307
0.15:8307
0.10 8310
0.40 B310
0.40 'B311
0.20 B31 6
0.20 B316
0.33 B319
0.16iB319
0.21 B31 9
0.18 8319
0.38 B31 9
0.02 8319
0.47 8319
1.00:8319
0.80:8401
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0.10 B403
0.60 B403
1.20 B403
0.40 i 8403
0.20 8403
0.60 B403
2.40 B409
1.40 8409
7.50 8409
2.80:8409
0.20:8409
0.20 8409
9.40 8409
0.17 B409
0.1318409
0.60 '8409
0.60 8409
0.80 '8409
0.8018409
0.42 8409
0.02 8409
0.40 B409
0.90 '8409
0.4018409
0.90 1 8409
0.72 i 8409
0.80; 8409
0.60 B409
0.5418519
0.10 B609
0.13 B609
0.03 8309
0.01A29
3679 A29
3679 :A29
3679 :A29
8741 :A29
3672 1 ASS
3671 iA56
8741 :A69
3679 iA71
3679 A71 :
3679 iA71
3679 1 A71
3679 A40
8733 A60
8733'A60
3761 ^A53
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3674 IA39
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code I System Type | EPA ID | Volume (Tons) |Fonn Code IStC Code| Source Code {Origin Code
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
M032
M043
M011
M141
M014
M014
M132
M042
M132
M043
M043
M111
M141
M141
M043
M051
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M111
M132
M111
M141
M011
M061
M019
M141
M061
M013
:M013
M013
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M013
M043
M049
M049
M043
M101
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M061
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M082
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M111
M043
M132
M013
M125
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M119
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M141
M141
:M141
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M019
M141
M041
M119
M141
:M141
M099
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!M119
M111
M013
MOTS
M141
M111
M141
M049
M041
M141
M137
M132
M041
M124
M021
M011
M053
M053
'M111
M112
CAT080034101
CAT080034101
CAT080034234
CAT080034234
C052 10020769
C052 10020769
C0521 0020769
C07571 590036
C07571 590036
C08572924928
COD000694869
COD0007 16555
COD001 704790
COD001 704790
COD006915466
COD007057961
COD007057995
COD031 970510
COD031 970510
COD040716458
COD040716458
COD041099086
COD05 1222065
COD056562085
COD056562085
COD058158775
COD059256651
COD059256651
COD059256651
COD0592566S1
COD062746623
COD073407421
COD07B341658
COD078341658
COD080395007
COD082657420
COD082657420
COD981549413
COD981549413
COD981 549413
COD982581290
COD982647570
COD983790932
COD983798513
COR000004077
CT21 700221 88
CT2170022188
CT41 70022020
CT41 70022020
CT41 70022020
CT41 70022020
CT41 70022020
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CT5000000786
CT5000000943
CT5000001107
CT5000001453
CT68901 13792
CT68901 13792
CTD000638627
CTD000638627
CTD000841122
CTD000842500
CTD000844258
CTD000844258
CTD000844258
CTD000845198
CTD000845230
CTD001 140854
CTD001 140862
CTD001 140862
CTD001 145267
CTD001 145317
CTD001 145341
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CTD001 147495
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CTD001 147875
4.13 B206
1.97 B310
0.07 B307
0.25 B219
2.51 8311
124.07 8409
13.76 B301
16.15 B609
0.28 8319
0.06 6316
0.75 8319
0.36:8307
0.04 8309
0.61 5319
1.08 8206
0.52 B409
0.89 B319
9.60 8302
17.60 B302
0.26 B319
0.16 8319
0.05 8310
0.09:6205
4.68 8310
0.11 B309
0.40 1 6310
6.48 B319
9.35 B31 9
0.95 8319
1.83 831 9
30.73 B319
1.40 8302
0.13 8307
0.16!B309
1.33 8307
68.69 8307
1.10 8307
0.76:8109
0.50 8319
1.50iB319
7.62:6302
0.65 '8504
6.62 'B310
396.45^8302
2.69 8319
0.00:8210
4.80:8319
317.19:8302
704.01 : 8302
0.02 821 9
0.79IB301
2.14 8319
0.38'B319
2.83:8307
26.50:8114
0.30:8205
3.63 1 6609
0.40:8206
0.08 i 831 9
0.00 : 5001
6.75! 8307
2.18,8609
0.25 8319
26.65 8319
14.09 6119
0.09 8319
0.21 8319
0.35 8316
0.88:8319
0.40:6211
0.22,:B211
0.17'6310
2.62:8106
0.92 8110
0.43 6114
2.16 6316
26.60 5307
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88.51:8319
65.20 1 6302
171.80 8302
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3672 A22
3674 A40
3674 A59
9711 A61
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9711 A60
9711 A21
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2869 A29
3841 A58
3761 ASS
3761 A99
4512 A54
3312 A59
3728 A69
7539 A03
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3221 A57
3221 A57
3826 ASS
3572 A37
3825 A49
3825 A99
3672 A71
3661 A49
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1061 A59
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3484 A99
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type | EPA ID (Votun>e(Ton»)lFoon Code) SIC Code) Source Cods | Origin Code
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
DOOB
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D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
O008
D008
0008
0008
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CTD001 148758
CTD001 149277
CTD001 149277
CTD001 154558
CTD001 158633
CTD001 159557
CTD001162114
CTD001 162775
CTD001 164599
CTD001 164599
CTD001 164607
CTD001164607
CTD001164672
CTD001 166586
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
WutaCode | System Tvce 1 EPA ID I Volume (Tons}| Forni Codel SIC Cod»| Source Code) Origin Code
DOOS
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0008
0008
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0008
0008
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0008
0008
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0008
0008
0008
0008
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D008
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M111
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M089
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M125
M125
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CTD057794984
CTD060005766
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CTD060008307
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CTD065521304
CTD065521304
CTD067068759
CTD0670687S9
CTD069263424
CTD0721 15793
CTD0721 34927
CTD072 134927
CTD072 138969
CTD077311785
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53.63 B31 9
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0.15 8409
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1.00 6310
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3423 A27
2621 A92
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Wasts Code | system TVD01 EPAID I Volume (Tons)) farm Codel SIC Code! Source Code| Origin Code
D008
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Tvoel EPA ID ) VokxM (Tons)) Foon Code) SIC Code) Source Code) Origin Code
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
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1.30 B319
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0.56 B319
0.29 B31 9
6.77 B409
1.29 B409
2.14 B4 09
1.19 B409
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3.30 B319
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1.40 B302
0.08 B119
33.60. B302
199.42 B319
0.34 B31 9
12.61 B51 9
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0.23 B1 01
0.99 B409
0.22 B31 9
0.44 B3 19
0.22 B319
0.12 B319
0.52 B206
0.16 B409
0.96 8119
59.10 B319
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0.04 831 9
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1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Waste Code I Sy»tom Type | EPA ID |vofcnM(Tons)|<=onnCode|SK;&>de[SourceCo
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code I System Type | EPA ID I Vok)me(Tci^| Fora Coete|STCC^x^| Soure» Code (Ortoin Code
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
M013
M013
M013
M013
M013
M013
M132
M132
M132
M132
M141
M141
M041
M119
M119
M132
M013
M141
M132
M119
M043
M132
M111
M132
M141
M141
M091
M013
-M013
M029
M141
M132
-M111
M043
M111
Mm
M111
M141
:M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M129
M129
M129
GAD075942706
GAD075942706
GAD075942706
GAD075942706
GAD075942706
GAD075942706
GAD075942706
GAD075942706
GAD075942706
GAD088940598
GAD097392971
GAD098583909
GAD1 1531 9204
GAD980842975
GAD980842975
GAD981 022031
GAD981 236847
GAD981 247489
GAD981 264880
GAD981 265267
GAD981 266380
GAD981 266380
GAD984299529
GAD984304055
GAD984307595
GAD984307637
GAD984308312
GAD984311860
GAD984311860
GAD984311860
GAD991 275900
GAR000000588
GAR 000000869
GAR000000885
GAR000000901
GAR000004549
GAT000002141
GU01 70090021
GU41 70027334
GU41 70027334
GU41 70027334
GU41 70027334
GU4170027334
GU41 70027334
GU4170027334
GU41 70027334
GU41 70027334
GU4170027334
GU41 70027334
GU4 170027334
GU4170090001
GU41 70090027
GU5170022680
GU5170022680
GU51 70022680
GU51 70022680
GU51 70022680
GU51 70022880
GU51 70022680
GU5170022680
GU51 70022680
GU6571999519
GU6571999519
GU6571999519
GU6571999519
GU6571999519
GU6571999519
GU7170027323
:GU7170027323
H10000243618
MI0000449199
HI0000449199
HI0000705061
HI0170090005
HI0170090005
HI0170090005
HI0170090005
HI0170090005
H1 11 70024326
HI1 170024326
H1 11 70024326
401.57 B309
2.03 B309
0.58-B309
5.86 B319
3.99 B409
21.45 B409
0.62 B319
4.19 B319
0.25 B319
7.48 B403
0.12 B319
0.20 B219
2.83 B205
550.00 B319
2.200.00 B319
94.43 B309
0.06:8309
0.07 B31 9
2.54 B31 9
8900 B310
57.06 ;B31 9
1 .43-831 9
18.00 8302
23.25 B307
0.33 B302
2.29 8113
2.08 8119
73.52 B319
36.75 651 9
6.12 8206
0.91 B119
1.70:8206
2.93IB319
5.00 B403
80.98 8302
1.539.10 B302
5.63 B319
1.12 8309
0.34 B203
2.19 B206
0.01 8210
0.16IB307
0.02 ' 8316
0.06iB316
0.01 B316
1.25 B319
0.01 B31 9
0.13 B409
0.03:8409
0.15 B510
0.64 8309
0.14 8106
0.02:8113
1.9518206
.0.19 B206
0.25:8206
0.21 B206
1.74 B301
6.38 8309
0.06 B309
0.03 8316
0.03 B301
3.10 B301
0.31 8301
1.00'B309
0.28 B407
0.04. B407
0.44 8206
0.07 ! 8207
0.13 8403
0.02:6211
0.18 B409
28.65 B303
0.16.B205
0.00 B309
0.76 8403
0.19 B403
0.11:8403
0.15 B102
0.06 'B21 9
9.85 8302
3691 A57
3691 A57
3691 A59
3691 A59
3691 A59
3691 A91
3691 A53
3691 A56
3691 A99
3694 A49
4512 A49
2824 A58
3548 A49
3496 A26
3496 A26
3089 A31
3357 ASS
3841 A59
3799 A21
3355 A78
3691 A91
3691 A91
3341 A69
7378 A57
4011 A99
3089 A35
3087 A09
3691 A59
3691 A38
3691 A54
4011 A59
5599 A60
8211 A99
9531 A08
3341 A69
3341 A69
4011 A08
4899 A55
4499 A37
4499 A54
4499 A57
4499 A29
4499 A57
4499 A58
4499 ASS
4499 A29
4499 A49
4499 A59
4499 A59
4499 A38
4911 A55
4225 A58
4424 A57
1799'A54
7549 A54
4424 A57
4424 A58
9511 A69
4813 A55
4424 :A58
4424 1 A58
1721 A29
1721 A29
2892 A99
3692 .-A55
3799 :A53
3799 A58
9711 A99
9711 A59
9711 :A58
9711 A31
9711 A58
4953 A74
9711 A94
9711 ASS
9711 A21
9711 A21
9711 A29
4581 A59
4581 ASS
4581 ASS







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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
VUnte Code I System Type I B=AID 4 Votaroe (Tons) JFoon Code) SIC Code) Source Code jOrtgin Code
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
O008
O008
DOTS
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
M129
M129
M129
M129
M141
M141
MO61
M061
M061
M061
M079
M079
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M141
:M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
'M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M141
M039
M077
M141
M019
M077
M141
M141
M141
M141
M999
M999
M999
M999
M999
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M111
M111
M041
M141
HI1170024326
HI1 170024326
HI1 170024326
HI1 170024326
HI1 170024326
HI1 170024326
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
H1 11 70024334
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
H1 11 70024334
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
H1 11 70024334
H1 11 70024334
H1 11 70024334
H1 11 70024334
H1 11 70024334
HI1 170024334
HI1 170024334
HI1170024334
H1 11 70024334
H1 11 70024334
HI1170024334
H1 11 70024334
H1 11 70024334
HI1170024334
HI1170024334
HI1 170024342
HI1 170090004
HI1 170090004
HI3170024340
HI3170024340
HI31 70024340
HI31 70024340
HI31 70024340
HI31 70024340
HI31 70024340
HI3170024340
HI3170024340
HI31 70024340
HI31 70024340
HI31 70024340
HI3170024340
HI3170024340
HI3170024340
HI31 70024340
HI31 70024340
HI31 70024340
HI31 70090002
HI3210022239
HI61 70022762
HI6170024339
HI6170024339
HI6170024388
HI6170024388
HI6170024388
HI6170024388
HI6170024719
HI8170090007
HI8170090007
HI81 70090007
HI81 70090007
HI8170090007
HI81 70090007
HI8170090015
HI81 7009001 5
HI81 7009001 5
HI91 70090006
HI91 70090006
HI921 0022241
HID056786395
HID056786395
HID056786395
HID066272360
HID981367683
0.01 B31 5
1.06 B319
0.15 B403
0.01 B409
0.25 B205
0.03 B310
0.42 B206
2.19 B206
0.05 B219
0.03 B319
0.13 8302
2.83 B31 9
0.25 B219
0.28 B302
1.25:6319
4.63 8319
0.01:6319
1.82:B319
9.28 8319
1.24 B409
0.01 B409
0.81 B409
0.24 B409
0.07 B102
10.58 B205
0.23 B211
0.02 B309
0.65 B31 9
0.07 B403
0.49:6403
0.01:8409
0.10!B409
0.10 B409
3.30 >B31 9
0.23 B219
0.01 B309
0.60 B101
0.18 B113
0.26 B1 14
0.25:B114
0.04 B1 19
0.24 B206
0.27 B206
0.00:B211
0.07 B219
0.01 B219
0.14 B308
0.01 B309
0.03 B310
0.01 B31 9
0.31 B409
0.84 B409
0.80 B409
0.10 B409
0.03 B2 19
0.38:B309
0.15'B209
2.08 B102
0.31 8102
1.05:8209
0.25 8219
0.1 6 i 8209
1.15:6307
0.02i 8206
0.00 B210
0.14 B113
0.26 6204
1. 97 ; 8209
0.0018219
0.00 1 8306
0.08-8307
0.00 1 8404
0.03 B603
0.25 8403
0.34 8403
1. 81 ; 8205
1.14 8301
0.06:8306
0.19 6604
0.20:8111
0.01 i 6609
4581 A57
4581 A93
4581 A01
4581 ASS
4581 A59
4581 A53
9711 A54
9711 A54
9711 A58
9711 A59
9711 A53
9711 A29
9711 A58
9711 A53
9711 A19
9711 A19
9711 A19
9711 A19
9711 A29
9711 A29
9711 A29
9711 A58
9711 A58
9711 A99
, 9711 A49
9711 A54
9711 A55
9711 ASS
9711 A08
9711 A08
9711.A53
9711 A58
9711 A99
5085 :A21
9711 IA54
9711 A55
9711iA59
9711 A59
9711 A59
9711 A59
9711 A58
9711 'A58
9711 A59
9711 A58
9711 ,A58
971 1. ASS
9711 A59
9711 A55
9711 A53
9711 A58
9711 A58
9711 A59
9711:A59
9711 A59
9199 A58
9711 ASS
9711 A08
3731 A59
3731 :A59
9999IA21
9999 A59
9999. A21
9999'A19
9711:A59
3731: ASS
3731 A22
3731 !A40
3731 A57
3731: ASS
3731 A57
9711 A58
9711 ASS
9711 iA58
9711 A01
9711 A01
9711 :A57
2911 A69
2911 A58
2911 A58
4925 A91
133 A58
1
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1
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1
1
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1
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code (System
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
O008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
DO08
D008
0008
DO08
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
DOO8
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
M141
M141
M141
M132
M109
M043
M043
M111
M111
M041
M042
M042
M111
M132
M132
M111
M141
M125
M132
M061
M141
M111
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M043
M043
M013
MOSS
M137
M137
M013
M013
M041
M
M
M
M024
M043
M043
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M141
M041
M061
M141
M141
M119
M141
M043
M052
M129
M129
>M129
M041
;M119
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M112
M129
M129
M132
:M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M141
M141
Type) EPA ID | Vokimo (Tons) | Form Code|SK;Code|Souiw Code | Origin Code
HID984470112
HID984470112
HID984470112
HIT000615203
HIT000615252
IAD000805143
IAD000805143
IAD000805150
IADO05145941
IAD005264049
IAD005268420
IAD005268420
IAD005270160
IAD005270160
IAD005270160
IAD005272703
IAD005279799
IAD040610529
IAD040611121
IAO042450304
IAD045372836
IAD052461225
IAD061 322111
IAD062761671
IAD062761671
IAD062761671
IAD062761671
IAD062761671
IADO62761671
IAD065205056
IAD065205056
IAD069619765
IAD069619765
IAD07347B166
IAD073478166
IAD087267175
IAD087267175
IAD089979058
IAD096515440
IAD096515440
I AD 09651 5440
IAD096526108
IADO96526108
IAD096526108
IAD096526108
IAD096526108
IAD096526108
IAD980688717
IAD9806S8717
IAD981121486
I AD981 504285
IAD981 504285
I AD981 504285
IAD981 504285
IAD984566133
IAD984621383
IAD 984621 920
IAT200010098
IAT200010601
IAT200010924
IAT200010924
IAT200011096
ID0000987719
ID0570025874
ID0570025874
ID35721 24557
ID3572124557
ID3572124557
ID4890008952
ID4890008952
ID4890008952
ID4890008952
ID4890008952
ID4890008952
IO4890008952
104890008952
ID4890008952
ID4890008952
IO4890008952
ID4890008952
104890008952
0.15 B119
77.76 B319
1.94 B4O9
4.43 B319
3.89 B603
1.31 8310
1.02 8319
34.40 B511
78.64 B303
0.21 B309
0.75 B206
0.81 B603
3.34 B319
0.06 B307
0.02 B309
0.92:8316
0.11 B114
528.53 >B3O4
2.45 B319
13.30 B319
0.08 B319
0.88 B51 9
1.00 8405
0.02 B1 13
0.00 8114
4.54^8307
0.01 , B307
0.01 B309 •
0.00;B316
0.18 B4O4
0.25 B404
161.85 8319
1.00 B205
O.OH 8002
0.00 B002
108.58 8319
13.19:8319
1.14 B206
1.35
19.50
1.35
0.56 1 8202
0.84 B4O9
0.25:8409
21.89 8319
3.26 B409
3.27 8409
1.60 B307
699.40 8307
0.00 8103
0.12:8301
0.01 8114
0.02 B1 14
0.02 8301
0.03 1 8307
0.32 B1 03
0.1518302
0.25. B31 9
0.03 B103
0.00 8114
0.22 8307
6.98 8206
85.22 B31 9
0.15:8309
0.00 8409
0.00 8206
0.03 8307
0.06 B310
5.95 B31 9
0.00 8304
0.12 B307
4.93 8302
69.17 B302
0.17 B307
0.26 B307
0.17 B310
0.03 8311
0.04 B319
0.07 B4O9
0.07 8114
2.24 B1 14
5984 A29
5984 A29
5984 A29
5171 A08
5171 A08
3694 A49
3694 A49
3321 A78
3321 A78
3321 ASS
3728 A40
3728 A40
3353 A08
3353 A92
3353 A55
3613 A55
2754 A19
3325 A78
3714 A27
3715 A29
2821 A21
3714 A49
3713 A56
8221 A94
8221 A94
8221 A94
8221 .A94
8221 A94
8221 ASS
3669 A32
3669 A32
3691 !A91
3691 A49
8062 A99
8062 A99
3691 A91
3691 A91
0008 A54



3714 A1 9
3714 A1 9
3714 A59
3714 A92
37141A22
3714 A59
3494 A29
3494 A40
8221 A94
9199 A60
9199 A1 9
9199 A19
9199 A60
4911IA59
8221 A94
2879 A08
2851 A78
8221 .A94
8221 A94
8221 iA94
3672 iA25
1611 A69
9711 ASS
9711 A58
9711iA59
9711 A59
971VA59
8733 :A99
8733 1 A71
8733 iA99
8733 A53
8733 A69
8733 :A56
8733. A99
8733.A71
8733 A58
8733 ;A59
8733 A29
8733 A05
8733 A78
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Wwte Code | System Typef EPA ID I Volume (Tons) I FonnCodel SIC Code) Sauce Cod«| Origin Code
0008
D008
DOOS
DO08
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
D008
DOOS
D008 •
DOOS
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
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0.10 B310
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0.17 B319
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0.05 B409
0.23 B409
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Watte Code | System Type | EPA ID t Volume (Tons) |Fcm> Code 1 9CCod»[ Source Code (Origin Code
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
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D008
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0008
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0.22 B201
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1.50 8206
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86.62 '8302
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38.27 8403
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5.10 8219
5.85:8306
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4.18 8316
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6.82 B316
11.37 8319
2.33 B310
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13.28:8319
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2.10 8319
2.81 8403
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4.12 B403
1.34:8310
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24.35 8404
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47.25 iB31 9
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2.23 8206
2.18 B409
6.08 8409
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3.22 8219
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3711 A69
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2851 A08
2865 A56
3011 A92
3663 A49
3672 A51
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3541 A54
3728 A99
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3499 A54
3369 A37
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3052 A99
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3523 A21
3822 A92
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3499 ASS
3499 ASS
3714:A55
4111 iA29
4111^A29
4111 A29
3482 A29
3482 1 A78
3482 A59
3482 (A92
3482 A22
3312 A69
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type) EPA ID I Volume (Tons) (Fcrni Code | SIC Codel Source Code| Origin Code
D008
DO08
D008
D008
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D008
0008
0008
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0008
0008
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0008
0008
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0008
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0008
0008
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0008
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0008
0008
0008
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0008
0008
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0008
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0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
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0008
0008
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0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
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M141
M141
M111
M141
M141
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M132
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M041
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M132
M013
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M079
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M141
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M061
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M079
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M085
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M141
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M043
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:M111
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:M141
M141
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M111
M141
M077
M141
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1LD056085863
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0.46 B209
0.96 B209
2.50 B306
1.00 B306
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24.36 B307
908.54 B319
1.262.05 B319
3.30 5206
4.75 B103
15.94 B319
6.78 'B31 6
0.47 B101
9.16 B105
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12.82 B102
94.88 B403
0.88 B206
11.94:8206
40.45 B106
3.8518310
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84.16 8319
149.30i 8102
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85.38 -B205
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33.60 8319
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386.43 '8304
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2.26:8207
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10.92:8209
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0.67 : 8406
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2869 A21
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Wa*s Code | System Typo | EPA ID | Volume (Tons) (Pom Code) SIC Code| Source C
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
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0008
0008
D008
0008
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M141
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M019
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M039
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Waste Code | System Type | EPA ID (Volume (Tons) I Fonn Code! SIC Code| Source Code| Origin Code
D008
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D008
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0008
D008
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D008
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0008
D008
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0008
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0008
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0008
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0008
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0008
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265.23 B307
142.36 8307
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10.5O B4O9
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0.78 B319
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2.40:8601
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
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0008
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0008
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0008
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D008
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0008
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M111
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KYD981471279
KYD981753197
KYD981753197
KYD981806144
KYD981 852890
KYD985070614
KYD985071703
KYD9S5072149
KYD985079797
KYD985080043
KYD985094879
KYD985116144
KYD990876021
:KYD990876021
KYR000001735
KYR000002741
KYR000003483
KYR000003848
KYR000004366
LA0214022725
LA6170022788
LA6170022788
LA61 70022788
LA617002278B
LA6170022788
LA61 70022788
LA61 70022788
LA9571 924050
LA9571 924050
LAD000225862
LAD000740712
LAD000757237
LAD000757286
LAO000757286
LAD000778365
LX\D000778381
LAD000812818
LAO001700756
LAD001 700756
LAO001 809896
LAD001809896
LAO001 809896
LAD001 809896
ILAD001809896
LAD003913183
LAD008080350
LAD008080350
LAD008080350
LA0008080350
0.56 B319
1.74 B319
0.60 B319
4.77 B319
158.59 B319
37.17 B319
0.46 B205
19.23 B319
1.39 8211
100.80 B6W
0.35 B319
5.40 81 19
0.15 8206
0.46 B101
5.00 B307
0.09 8311
24.10 B209
0.26 B209
0.30 B604
5.75 B409
0.51 8409
36.60 8310
2.69 B519
1.94 8409
0.92 B604
0.28:8310
1.00 8409
427.84 8404
18.77 8102
0.10 8209
0.30 8209
0.40 8209
863.76 B101
0.25 8316
6.63 8310
44.19 B302
0.76 B31 9
1.84 8209
17.99 8211
0.38:8319
25.01 8119
1.00 8409
12.20:8319
0.78 B310
7.64 8319
12.20 8319
15.45:8319
12.51 B209
2.55 8519
61.72 8205
1.58 8206
0.20 8409
0.15 8409
0.83 1 8207
0.01:8103
0.02 B210
0.21 8310
0.01 8310
0.08 8319
1.51 8303
0.67,8303
509.90 B316
9.30 '831 9
23.60:8319
0.06-8310
0.10 B307
13.70 8319
17.78 8319
239.70' B319
6.10 8309
24.40 B31 9
9.80 8307
1.90^6319
0.70 'B319
0.40 B310
0.40.B310
14.56:8307
0.10:8204
19.00 8307
341.70 8310
677.20 8319
3229 A99
3229 A99
3229 A99
3229 A99
3691 A99
3691 A99
3691 A65
3691 A99
3691 A19
3711 A99
5171 A21
5171 A59
2621 A09
3499 A56
3499 A56
8221 A21
3711 A21
3711 A21
3711 A09
3711 A09
3711 A59
3711 A21
3714 A29
3711 A09
3714 A38
3714 A32
4922 A29
3714 A57
3541 A49
3714 A32
3714 A32
3714 A32
3714 A21
3714 A38
3714 A32
5093 A64
4813 A99
3714 A57
9621 A21
2822 A29
3471 A09
4226 A21
3671 A99
2821 A78
5013 A99
5013 A99
7999 A08
8322 ASS
5051 A38
3363IA37
5541 A60
9711. ASS
9711 A53
9711:A01
9711 ASS
9711 A58
9711 A01
9711 A01
9711 A01
9711'A74
9711 A74
2911 A36
3731 A19
5171 A21
2869 ;A32
2869 >A01
5171 iA21
2821 A08
2869 A08
2869; ASS
5869 A1 9
3661 A49
3661 A29
3661 A29
3661 A71
3661 :A71
3869 :A99
2911.A05
291VA09
2911 A32
2911 A21

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Wa*e Code | System Type | EPA ID | Volume (Tons)] Fonn Codelac Code) Source Code) Origin Cod*
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
DOOS
D008
DOOS
DOOS
D008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D008
DOOS
DOOS
D008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D008-
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
M061
M132
M111
M043
M111
M141
MO43
M043
M043
M132
M043
M141
M013
M111
M032
M141
M132
M043
M111
M119
M043
M132
M013
M132
M111
M141
M141
M111
M041
M043
M111
M132
M041
M141
M119
M119
M119
M141
M141
M039
M043
M111
M111
M141
M141
M141
M019
:M111
M141
M141
M119
M019
M141
:M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
IM141
M141
'M111
M141
IM141
M141
!M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
'M141
M141
M141
M132
M043
M129
M141
M141
UVD008080541
LAD008086506
LAD0081 79707
LAD0081 82990
LAD0081 86579
LAD020597597
LAD034483651
LAD040776809
LAD040776809
LAD056024391
LADOS6S22667
LAD056522667
LAD058530510
LAD058530510
LAD062644778
LAD062644778
LAD062662887
LAD069733798
LAD071 940233
LAD081419418
LAD086478047
LAD089317341
LAD092101906
IAD930622104
LAD981146186
LAD982552994
LAD985185149
LAD990683716
LAR000000034
LAR000000034
LAR00000218S
LAR000002188
LAR000004812
LAR000004937
LAT230012833
LAT230012833
MA0570024026
MA0570024026
MA2570024487
MA2690307S79
MA2690307879
MA721 00251 54
MA8570024424
MA8690330719
MAD0001 89068
MAD000649640
MAD000829986
MAD000842427
MAO000842427
MAD000842740
MAD000844100
MAD000844118
MAD000844118
MAD000844118
MAD000844282
MAD000844282
MAD000844688
MAD000845412
MAD000845412
MAD001 005370
MAD001012244
MAD001012244
MAD001012244
MAD001013226
MAD001013994
MAD001014182
iMAD001017599
'MAD001 027325
MAD001 030576
MAD001 039767
MAD001 055235
MAD001055235
MAD001 055235
MAD001 055235
MAD001 055235
MAD001061001
MAD001114206
MAD001114818
MAD 001 11 6938
MAD001128016
MXUXI011 28032
0.40 B310
2.33 B307
26.20 B319
0.15 B307
27.39 B319
2.26 B309
0.73 B4O9
5.55 B307
0.23.B319
64.50 B31 9
0.30;B409
0.71 B211
8.11 6.61. B31 9
48.83 B4 09
81.49:6319
0.55 B319
907.60)B319
0.44 B009
30.52:6303
0.05 B1 03
0.30 6319
51.9716519
22.30 B31 9
7.85 B31 9
8.96 B319
8.30:6114
0.49 B319
16.10iB307
0.30 B1 19
0.10 6319
19.00 B31 9
19.00 6319
0.63 6001
6.00 B319
2.10 8301
3.05 6301
0.05 6319
0.21 B319
0.68 6319
0.40 8307
1.24 8209
501.04 B302
0.60 6319
0.60 6310
0.38 B409
0.68 8203
1.59 B31 9
745.57 8302
2.00:6319
3^9 8319
2. 046.02 > 6301
0.40 8319
0.80 8114
0.3316319
2.29:8106
0.10 6319
0.03 i 6409
5.57 6319
0.32! B519
4.43 8307
3.10 8404
1.58:6310
0.18:6319
0.30 6307
3.44 8114
0.17:8406
0.06 16319
0.23 '831 9
0.08 1 631 6
0.10 B316
0.37 8205
110.8818205
6.58:8307
0.20:6519
9.60 i 8603
0.03 6003
14.80 B319
0.40:6319
47.63 8310
0.10:6001
0.13iB002
2821 ASS
2812 A29
2911 A29
2822 A21
2911 A36
2869 A55
4911 A21
' 2869 A56
2869 A94
2911 A08
4911 A21
4911 A21
3691 A57
3691 A19
4226 A29
4226 A29
2911 A21
8221 A99
3491 A09
2869 A02
2869 A29
3713 A08
8734 A94
2819 A08
4922 A29
. 7549 :A57
2816 A59
2911 A08
9999 A57
9999 A57
4922 A21
4922 A21
2062 ASA
5082^A21
8221 A94
8221 A94
9711 'A29
9711 A29
971VA01
8744 A29
8744 A49
9711 A61
9999 A69
9621 • ASS
3669 A54
3674 1 A1 9
3674 'A49
5171 ;A59
5171 A29
3944 A58
5171 :A53
3845 A08
3845 A06
3845 A08
3669 A19
3699 A08
4922 IA21
4911 A57
491 1i ABO
3661 IA57
3672 A49
3672 A53
3672 A53
3826 A49
3823 A04
3679 A99
9999 iA69
3269 A56
2262 1 ASS
2891 A58
3761 A29
3761 >A40
3761 iA35
3761 :A27
3761 iA51
3264 A56
3484 A78
1793 A08
3484 A92
3462 A94
3462 A94
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type | EPA ID I Volume (Tons) I Fom Cadet SIC Code| Source Code) Origin Code
0008
D008
O008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
O008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
O008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
DO08
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
M077
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M141
:M141
M141
M141
M119
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M141
M141
M141
M043
M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M032
M041
M079
M019
:M132
M141
Ml 41
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
iM141
M141
M141
'M141
JM141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M141
M141
M129
M111
:M079
M079
M132
M132
M132
M132
MAD001 138726
MAD001 138726
MAD001 138726
MAD001 138726 '
MAD001 138726
MAD001 202340
MAD001339159
MAD001 402320
MADO0 1408491
MAD001408491
MAD001408517
MAD001408517
MAD001408517
MAD001408517
MAD001408517
MAD001408517
MAD 001408517
MAD001410240
MAD001410240
MAO001410240
MAD001411016
MAD001411016
MAD001411016
MAD001411081
MAD001414879
MAD001425594
MAD001 425594
MAD001 439546
MAD001439546
MAD 00143 9546
MAD001 842764
MADO01 842764
MAD001 842764
MAD001 923408
MAD001 923408
MAD001 923408
MAO001923408
MAD001923408
MAO001 923408
MAD001 963263
MAD001 963263
MAD001 963263
MAD002084093
MAD002297968
MAD002423267
MAD007325814
MAD01 9367 176
MAD019367176
MAD022960413
MAD039324009
MAD043413400
MAD048974349
MAD049441512
MAD051 505477
MAD051 505477
MAO051 505477
MAD051 505477
MAD051 778934
MAD051 778934
MAD051 778934
MAD053459673
MAD0551 79634
MAD0551 79634
MAO060094760
MAD062163191
MAD062163191
MAD062163191
MAD062163191
MAD062163191
MAD062163191
MAO063894786
MAO063894786
MAD065781197
MAD073130411
MAD076575513
MAD076590652
MAD076590652
MAD076590652
MAD076590652
MAD076590652
MAD076590652
160.01 B119
0.06 8206
0.90 B307
0.15 B310
0.30:B404
0.44 8319
0.10 8001
19.64 8114
988.00:8409
0.60 81 14
0.70 B206
2.99; 8211
1.22 8211
0.15 8409
0.34 8409
0.30 8409
1.00 8409
0.05 B1 19
0.35 831 9
0.01 8319
0.11 8206
0.19 B319
1.00 8319
0.30 • 8307
0.26 B519
180.00 8302
0.20 8409
3.89 8102
5.77 B1 02
1.12 B307
75.60 8319
15.12:8319
15.23 8319
0.72 B 103
3.54 8106
8.63 : 81 14
1.36iB307
0.21 8319
3.13:8505
0.19iB319
0.28 B31 9
0.48 1 831 9
1.65 8302
0.13 8304
0.02 B206
0.57 8307
0.43 B31 9
0.29^8319
0.95:8319
22.52:8206
0.23 '81 19
1.05:8103
2.52 B1 19
12.00:8409
1.64 B1 19
0.68:6316
10.37 8409
0.53 B310
2.28:8409
6.62 B504
0.18 B319
2.80>B319
2.18(8319
0.23IB307
10.59 8103
0.69 8114
0.48(8307
1.58 B319
1.38 8409
3.67 B409
0.38:6310
0.45 8519
1.06 8319
13.00 8404
434.28:6519
0.46:8105
32.57-6207
0.34 6307
1.24 8310
1.50:6403
1.44:8505
3672 A19
3672 A59
3672 A93
3672 A55
3672 A22
3961 A78
3679 A94
3861 A09
3724 A08
3724 A59
3724 A19
3724 A19
3724 A19
3724 A08
3724 A09
3724 A57
3724 A57
3827 A92
3827 A49
3827 A49
3679 A37
3679 A49
3679 A57
3761 ASS
3674 A35
8221 A69
8221 A08
3511 A37
3511 A37
3511 A78
3357 A93
3357 A41
3357 A41
3669 A23
3669 A22
3669 A53
3669 IA57
3669 A53
3669 A60
8221 A99
8221 A99
8221 A99
3612 A63
3613 A09
3674 A54
5093. A59
3425 A25
3425 A40
3471 A57
3295 A54
3672 :A01
3471 i A22
3672 A05
2869 :A99
2869 A58
2869 A58
2869 A99
3672: ASS
3672 :A09
3672 :A09
3561 ,A49
4911;A21
4911 A91
7699 :A59
3861 'A37
3861 :A29
3861 A29
3861 :A57
3861 A57
3861 A57
3471 A22
3471 ,A92
3827 A29
8062 A89
4931 A60
3672 A27
3672 A29
3672 A56
3672 A71
3672 A89
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | Sysam Type | EPA ID |votan»(Ton»)jFonn Code) SIC Coje) Source CoA09
3679 A49
3339 ASS
3572 A54
3572 :A54
9999 A69
9711 iA99
9711 'A58
9711 IA57
9711 :A08
9711 A08
2892 A99
2892 A99
2892 1 A99
2892 A99
2892 A99
9711 A99
9711 A69
9711 :A69
8744 IA57
8744 A57
9999 A29
9999 :A21
8099 'A94
8099 A94
8099 A94
8099 A94
8099 A94

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type t EPAID I Vohme (Ton*) I Form Code) SIC Code) Source Coda | Origin Code
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
O008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
O008
0008
D008
D008
0008
X»8
3008
3008
0008
0008
)008
0008
5008
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M039
M043
M043
M043
M129
M129
M129
M141
M141
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M129
M141
M141
M043
M132
M141
M122
M141
'M111
M111
M141
M141
M041
M043
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M132
M043
M043
M043
M111
M141
:M141
.M141
M141
:M141
M141
M111
M053
M141
M141
M041
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M314
M111
M141
.M112
M019
M141
M141
MO61 50004095
MO6470090006
MD7170024536
MD7170024536
MD71 70024536
MD71 70024536
MD71 70024536
MD71 70024536
MD7170024536
MD71 70024536
MD7170024536
MD71 70024536
MD821 0020758
MD821 0020758
MD821 1620267
MD821 3822762
MD821 3822762
MD821 3822762
MD8213822762
MD821 3822762
MD8213822762
MD821 3822762
MD8213822762
MD9210020567
MD9210020567
MD9210020567
MD921 0020567
MD9210020567
MD9210020567
MD921 0020567
MD9210020567
MOD000619395
MDD000731596
MD0000731596
MDD003073095
MDD003075207
MDD003082997
MDDOO 3084514
MDD003091972
MDD003093515
MOO022402994
MDD022688329
MDD046O41885
MOD046041885
MDD046041885
MDD046041885
MDD046041885
MD0046041885
MDD046283495
MDD048581763
MOD053936464
MDD053936464
MDD053936464
MDD054907027
MDD054909072
MDD069386480
MDD074933961
MOD074933961
MDD101462752
M00980554653
MDD980691455
M00980829873
MOD980829873
MO0980918288
MDD981111206
MDD981111206
MDD981111206
MDO982566218
MDD985368869
MOD985369305
MDD985369305
MDD985369305
MDD985369305
MDD985369305
MD0985369305
MDD985420108
MDD990759375
MDR000001057
ME4170024539
ME5170024355
ME8170022018
0.44 B519
1.42 8319
0.15 B103
0.03 B209
0.01 B210
0.04 B309
0.00 B309
0.00 B310
0.05 B31 9
5.22 B3 19
3.20 B409
0.21
0.72 B310
1.54 B319
0.44 B207
0.01 B001
0.01: BOOS
0.03 B309
0.09 B1 14
0.06 B302
0.04 B311
0.00:6003
0.00 B003
4.58 B1 13
2.37 B114
0.06:6211
0.06iB211
5.16:6316
0.38 B31 6
1.18:6316
1.10 B316
8.65 B31 9
0.14 B319
0.26 831 9
17.60 B114
64.00:6604
1.36 821 9
31.40 B1 01
14.40iB310
0.15 6319
0.06 B119
0.23 B206 .
0.06 6311
0.66:6119
1.70:8119
0.01 B309
0.4916310
0.25:8310
568.4716319
0.20 B310
0.12 6319
3.25IB319
1.28:6319
0.70:8319
0.33 6505
3.1016114
0.08 B003
0.05 6003
0.00 8001
0.20:6306
0.10 6310
13.4118316
0.77iB319
0.17:8101
1.44iB106
0.53 B1 06 •
0.74 8310
0.53 6310
0.33:8307
1.15 B103
1.38 8103
0.23:6106
0.68 6310
1.00 8316
0.1418310
0.50 8319
0.01 8319
209.50:6304
0.00 6309
8.50:8307
4.74 B302
8099 A94
8412 AS9
9711 A99
9711 A99
9711 A99
9999 ASS
9711 A99
9999 A21
9999 A29
9711 A99
9999 A99
9711
9711 A71
9711 A69
9999 A94
8733 A94
8733 A58
8733 A94
8733 A59
8733. A69
8733 A59
8733 A58
8733 A94
9199 A57
9199 A21
9199 A58
9199 A58
9199 A21
9199 A21
9199 A21
9199 A21
4931 A21
4911 A29
4911 'A29
2656. A71
3499 A21
2844 A21
3444 A21
3713 A29
2816 A21
2834 A94
3993 A54
3663 A99
3663 A29
3663 A29
3663 ASS
3663 :A01
3663 A01
3731 A29
3669 A49
4911 :A29
4911 A29
4911 A29
5171 A08
3471 :A38
8731 A94
8731 A94
8731 iA94
4931 ASS
4953 A99
4011 A99
8221 :A59
8221 :A69
2851 A09
3672 A22
3672 A22
3672 1 A09
3484 A94
3479 A22
3672 :A01
3672 A01
3672 A01
3672 A71
3672 A1 9
3672 A71
4924. A21
3334 A08
4953 A78
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3669 A21
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Tvue I EPA ID |\A>teM(TonsMFoRnCoc)e|StCCodetSoarceCod«|OcltfnCode
D008
D008
DOO8
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
O008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
O008
0008
DO08
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
0008
D008
0008
DO08
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
O008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
D008
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M041
M141
M
M
M019
M141
M141
M141
M141
M039
M061
M043
M
M141
M141
:M141
M141
M141
:M141
M011
M111
M111
M129
M132
M132
M039
M019
M019
M043
M081
:M141
M141
M141
M111
M141
M043
M132
M041
M077
IM141
M141
M021
:M077
M
M119
M119
M101
M041
M119
M111
M111
M111
M041
M131
M019
M125
M051
M061
M119
M132
M132
IM132
M132
M132
M111
M043
M132
M019
M041
M043
M111
M079
M132
M132
• M132
M132
ME81 7002201 8
ME81 7002201 8
ME81 7002201 8
ME9S70024522
MED000791681
MED001094473
MED001095O41
MED001095470
MED001 095470
MED001 098458
MED0011 06293
MED001 107051
MED041460247
MED041 460247
MED042140483
MED046221115
MED051430239
MED057385619
MED065037491
MED065037491
MED065037491
MED071742225
MED071 749329
MED071749329
MEO077469864
MED077469864
ME0077469864
MED086875887
MED086875887
MED086875887
MED093624526
MED093625358
MED093625358
MED093625358
ME0093625358
MED097731806
MED980671796
MED980913883
MED981215080
MED985466358
MI0000938704
MI0001 007806
MID000721720
MID000722157
MID000722157
MID000722157
MID000722694
MID000722942
MID000724823
MID000724864
MIO000724864
MID000809228
MID000809632
MID000810630
MID003906773
MID003906773
MID004320479
•MID004916417
MI0005035464
MID005334495
MID005344973
MID005354766
MID005354766
MID005356050
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MID005356654
MID005356654
MID005356712
MID005356712
MID00535681 1
MI0005356886
MID005356894
MID005356902
MID005356902
MI0005356902
MID005356910
MI0005356928
MID005356928
MID005356928
MID005356928
MI0005356928
13.20 B302
1.13 B302
0.02 B307
0.15 8319
0.45 B206
2.30 B205
1.27 B31 9
0.23 B301
0.31 B319
0.25 B21 9
0.08 B4O9
0.70 8307
3.22 8119
0.17 8309
1.40:8319
6.00 B301
1.15 B319
0^6 B319
1.02 8205
0.75 8205
0.29 B310
0.01 B307
0.40 B307
0.04 B307
2.84 B31 9
29.13:6319
132.98:8409
0.0018001
0.02 B31 9
0.94)8319
3.62 8110
1.42 8319
4.23:8319
0.26 B403
3.91:B114
22.00 B31 9
0.03 B316
1.80 B409
3.03 B304
0.86 B310
1.71 B31 9
90.04 B301
0.80 B31 9
0.42 B21 9
0.02:6307
0.40 8309
0.10 6503
0.25:8307
19.50
2.20'B310
2.75iB310
267.15:6519
4.30 '6316
28.00:8302
35.24 i 8604
52.50! 8604
226.81 : 8304
2.70 i 81 01
1.35:8310
0.28 
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type I EPA ID (Volume (Tons)! Form Code) SIC Codef Source Cod«| Origin Code
0008
D008
DOOB
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008 •
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
DOOB
0008
D008
D008
D008
DOOB
0008
D008
D008
DOOB
0008
D008
0008
DOOB
0008
D008
0008
DOOB
0008
D008
DOOB
0008
DO08
0008
D008
DOOB
O008
D008
DOOB
DOOB
D008
DOOB
DOOB
DOOB
DOOB
DOOB
0008
DOOB
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
DOOB
0008
D008
D008
M111
MOSS
M059
M079
M079
M079
M111
;M111
M111
'M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M1 1 1
M111
M129
M053
M019
M077
M111
M111
M111
M041
M061
M132
M111
M061
M111
M021
M052
:M125
:M125
M141
M077
:M111
M059
M061
M141
M019
M043
M109
M111
M077
M125
M061
M111
M032
M043
M111
M132
M061
M122
M099
M132
M132
M019
M043
M079
M061
M061
M132
M132
M132
:M111
M111
M141
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M132
M111
M111
M111
M111
M077
MID005356951
MID0053573S5
MID005357355
MID005357355
MID005357355
MID0053S7355
MID005357371
MID005357504
MID005357504
MID005357504
MID005357504
MID005357504
MID005357504
MID005357504
MID005357504
MID005357504
MID005357504
MID005357934
Ml 0005357934
MID005358007
MID005358064
MID005358783
MID005358783
MID005358783
MID005358783
MID005358825
MID005358825
Ml 0005379706
MID005379714
MID005379797
MID005379813
MID005380134
MID005380134
MID005381439
MID005381439
MID005385406
MIDOO 5390836
MID005506357
MID005515705
MIO006013643
MID006015960
MID006016596
MID006016919
M1D006021414
MID006021414
MIO006407142
MID009305665
MID0201 05565
MID038616959
MID038624508
MID038624508
MID038624S08
MID038708665
MIO044255420
MID046708137
MID050615996
MIO050615996
MID050615996
: MID053334439
MID053669040
MID056717747
MID058816927
M1D058816927
MID058816927
MIDO 5881 6927
MID061872917
MID061 874723
MID061 874723
: MID064197742
. MID065597809
MID065597B09
MI0065597809
MID065597809
MID065597809
MID065597809
MID068091693
MID072782683
MID076380658
MID076380658
MID076380658
MID079850699
895.66 B31 9
1.45 B101
3.93 B604
10.56 B101
72.27 B101
12.10 B604
0.23 B114
2.67 B302
1.91 8302
1.88 B302
94.50 B306
2.13 B307
1.B5 B307
3.20 B310
23.52 B319
13.42 B319
10.61 B609
4.01 B319
0.01 B409
28.08 B310
0.06 B319
8.68 B114
115.92 B319
1.34 B319
112.73 B319
100.60 B219
24.73 B219
3.63 B604
370.00 B31 9
0.18 B209
48.50 B604
0.59 B310
0.25 B1 14
76.13:8305
0^8 8603
0.15 B407
24.84 8106
20.74 8409
0.19 B201
2.97 B319
0.25 B206
0.03 8107
3.10 8316
0.19 B519
207.60 831 9
33.36 8205
0.83 8319
6.20 B603
8.61 8319
8.19 B209
3.49:8310
3.68! 8307
16.25:8203
0.39 B211
56^5 8205
132.58 8114
023 8310
1.82:8316
2.30 8307
3.00 B319
0.06:8119
0.01:8316
1.16:8316
2.617.45 8316
5.88iB316
8.10 B319
1.60 8319
0.05 8319
0.00 8001
1.00 8319
6.00 8319
10.81 B319
1.60 8319
0.74:8519
0.25 1 851 9
0.80 B31 6
1.15 B307
0.23;B114
0.03 8309
0.10 8319
54.25 B119
3711 A21
3714 A21
3714 A21
3714 A21
3714 A21
3714 A21
3714 A93
3351 A92
3351 A92
3351 A92
3351 A75
3351 A08
3351 A08
3351 ASS
3351 A08
3351 A92
3351 A60
3231 A49
3231 A99
3711 A21
3714. A99
3714 ASS
3714, A56
3714 A56
3714 A99
2851 A99
2851 A99
3711 A21
3711 A38
3465 ASS
3714 A21
3465 A21
3465 A21
3341 A59
3341 A54
3471. A56
3432 A05
2911 A29
3317 A92
2834:A19
2023 A54
3812 ASS
2819 A56
3714 ;A09
3714 A92
3499 A09
3714 A99
3462 AM
3231. A32
3714 A21
3714 A09
3714 A09
3479 A21
3714 A58
3360 ASS
3711 A03
3711 A78
3711 !A94
3714 A59
3089 A69
2899 A94
3691 A59
3691 A59
3691 1 A69
3691 :A69
3843iA57
3714.A59
3714 A59
8731 A94
3714(A29
3714 :A29
3714iA49
3714 A49
3714 A09
3714:A09
2891 ASS
3465 A71
8734 :A19
8734, A59
8734 :A56
3471. A23
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type I EPA ID [VohOTM (Tons)) FoimCodel SIC Coda) Source Code) Origin Code
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
O008
D008
D006
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
M111
M111
M132
M061
M061
M094
M111
M019
M
M
M
M111
M119
M119
M129
'M041
M
.M111
M043
M132
M051
M125
M125
M043
M043
M111
M111
M043
M039
M111
M
M042
M043
M111
M043
M132
M111
M029
M029
M111
M077
M077
M111
M111
M119
M079
M119
M111
:M111
'M111
'M041
1M079
'M111
M111
:M111
M132
M061
M111
:M111
M111
:M125
M051
:M111
M111
M061
'M111
M119
M032
M111
M141
!M141
'M141
:M141
M141
M141
M141
:M077
M1T1
M111
M111
M111
MID082220757
MID085899706
MIO086176658
MIO086744802
MID087056685
MID087478S74
MID088756069
MID092175074
MIDO92947928
MID092947928
MID092947928
MID097804025
MID097804330
MID097804330
MID099113128
MID0991 24349
MI0099662439
MID109179754
MI0980568836
MID980568836
MID980614267
MID980682827
MI0980682827
MID980700868
MID980795488
MI0980795488
MID980795488
MID980896518
MI0980896690
MI0980896690
MI0980990642
MI0980990642
MID980990642
MI0980993869
MID980995096
MID981 000482
MI0981 089022
MID981091218
MID981091218
MID981953912
M1O982604001
MI0982604001
MID982604001
MID982622268
MID982624017
MID982628463
MID982628463
MI0985568021
MID985568021
MID985568021
'MI0985569126
MID985569516
MI0985569946
MID985569987
MID985569987
MID98S 574961
MID985576495
MID985576495
MID985576495
MID985576495
MID985576495
MI0985582618
MID985614957
MID985614957
MID985617588
MID985621051
MID985622224
MI0985652643
MID985662717
MIO571924760
MIO57 1924760
MI0571924760
MIO571924760
M1O571924760
iMIO57 1924760
MIO571924760
MIR000001735
MIR000001735
MIR000001735
MIR000001735
MIR000001776
0.41 B31 9
201.99 B31 9
1.17 B319
10.40 B319
0.03 B510
0.23 B1 14
4.00 B604
9.97 B319
0.25
3.35
0.29
58.00 B304
2.00 B31 9
0.04 B319
0.46 8302
69.18!B102
1.00
26.35 B310
0.90 B310
257.95 B319
0.23:8206
0.01 BOOS
0.73:6319
0.05! BOOS
0.88 B310
3.79 B1 19
12.44:6310
8.62 6319
131.99!B319
35.81 B31 9
1.00 6101
2.1016519
0.90:8308
0.83:8206
2.41 ! B406
0.75 8604
7.27:6319
14.62 1 B304
9.87!B304
10.66iB310
21.68 8519
22.54 8519
0.46 B51 9
6.25:8219
207.28:8302
19.98:8114
115.93 8302
0.20 i 8316
0.00:8316
0.03 ; 831 9
16.51:8206
8.37 i 8114
44.98 B319
19.58 B1 13
34.82 8211
0.8418302
8.03! 8310
38.76:8119
1.10:B206
1.10:8206
14.68 8119
93.25 8205
0.62 '8206
6.68:8301
0.78:8119
5.349.00 ! 851 3
0.12!B003
1.33 8310
1.63:8319
0.53:8203
0.1718207
0.06 8306
0.04 8307
0.01:8310
20.00; 8316
0.0418319
0.12iB106
0.0418316
0.01:8316
0.05 8319
0.13 8319
8734 A92
4911 A29
1021 A94
3714 A57
4911 A54
8999 A94
5013 A21
4911 A08



3398 A25
4911 A08
4911 A92
9711 A93
2851 A94

3479 A21
3711:A22
3711 A22
3291 A54
8221 A94
8221 A99
3465 A29
3711 A21
3711 A21
3711:A21
2851 :A71
3711.A57
3711 A29
2851 A09
2851 A38
2851 A59
4512 A65
2851 A59
3479 A38
3479 A29
3398 A25
3398A25
3711 1 A21
3479, A21
3479;A21
3479 :A21
3087 A37
4011:A69
4011 A69
4011 A69
4789 :A94
4789 A94
4789 :A94
3451 A54
8221 A06
3931 'A29
3711iA21
3711 A21
8711iA69
3714-A55
3714 A29
3714 A54
3714 A54
3714 :A29
3714 IA49
4924 A65
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
VUssteCodel System 1
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
O008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M141
M
M111
M111
M019
M125
M013
M014
M019
M043
M043
M141
M043
M043
M132
M119
M013
M061
M129
M
M
M
•M
M
M
M
M019
M504
M061
M111
M111
M141
M141
•M132
M
M013
MOM
M014
M014
M043
M061
M011
M043
M132
M132
M132
M132
M042
M141
IM041
M061
)M061
M043
M043
M043
-M043
M011
M019
M019
M019
M019
M132
M141
M019
M111
M019
M141
M
M041
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MIR000001784
MIR000001784
MIR000001792
MIR000001792
MIR000002816
MIR000006395
MIR000008235
MIR000008243
MIR000008250
MIR000008268
MIR000008276
MIR000008284
MIR000008292
MIT270010549
MIT270010598
MIT270012131
MIT270012198
MIT270013709
MN721 3820908
MN721 3820908
MN72 13820908
MN7213820908
MN721 3820908
MN721 3820908
MND000608554
MN0000608554
MND000686071
'MND000686121
MND000819268
MND000819292
MND000819292
MN0000823922
MND000823922
MND000823922
MNO000823922
MND000823922
MND000823922
MNO000823922
MND001 037639
MND001 037639
MND006147268
: MND00614726S
MN0006147268
MND006147268
MND006147268
MN0006148092
MND0061 48282
MN0006156590
MNO006156590
MND0061 56590
MND0061 56590
MND0061 56590
MND0061 56590
:MND006161756
MND006161756
MND006161756
MNDO06161756
MND006167720
MND0061 72969
MND006207773
MND006207773
MND006219232
MND006253801
MN0006253801
MND006477244
MND006477244
:MND006477244
MND006961239
MNDO06963508
MND036232908
MND036232908
MND036232908
MND037335072
MND041775008
MND049537780
MND053417515
MND053417515
MND053422762
MND053422762
MND053429353
MND056073299
0.06 B316
0.03 B319
0.01 B316
0.44 B319
0.40 B319
0.69 B205
23.15 B307
23.58 B307
17.50 B307
8.85 8307
3.00 B307
9.71 8307
3.00 B307
17.00 B302
0.15 B316
27.03 8310
1.300.72 B319
2.89 B307
70.50 B31 9
317.81 8116
9.19 B319
10.51 B003
1.50. B319
1.08 8003
0.21 B308
0.08 831 9
0.30 B31 9
2.87 B304
1.72:B319
0.60 B219
0.46 B319
0.35
3.65
11.51
2.30
0.03
0.20
1.26
52.88 B205
0.47:8319
0.72 1 8203
6.40 B310
3.68 8316
0.78 B307
347.73 8307
43.00 B31 9
0.10
106.14 8304
23.25 B307
0.92 8307
5.50! 8307
0.53 8310
14.82:8206
6.19:8319
0.4S:B4O9
6.93 B31 9
0.45:8319
11.69:6319
13.59
27.23 8319
2.48 8319
1. 38 i 8206
0.90 8409
0.60 1 8409
0.46 8319
2.06 > 831 9
0.92 631 9
4.13 B4O9
0.25 B31 9
1.00 8307
1.19^6307
1.29:8307
0.55
1.255.00 B302
16.08 B31 9
1.05 B31 9
2.40:8319
0.20. B31 9
0.85 B504
304.05:8319
1.3VB206
8221 A94
8221 A29
8221 A94
8221 A29
8734 A29
5311 A93
1721 A21
1721 A21
1721 A21
1721 A21
1721 A21
1721 A21
1721 A21
3315 A69
8221 A94
3479 A55
3369 A49
2834 A59
8744 A64
8744 A64
8744 A64
8744 'A69
8744 A64
8744 A69
3571 A56
3571 A29
2911 A29
2819.A09
3489 A99
3672 :A29
3672 A29







3672 :A25
3672 A92
3679 ;A29
3679 A32
3679 A92
3679 A49
3679 A49
3341 A72

3482 A59
3482 A59
3482 A59
3482 A59
3482 A78
3482 A54
3571 ; A59
3571 :A29
3571 A59
3571 A59
3364 A69

3711 A21
3711 A21
3672 ,A22
3471 A29
3471 iA29
3069 A39
4911 A29
3621 IA57
3621 A49
3672 A93
3672 :A60
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Cocto | System Type I EPAJD I Volume (Tons) I ftxm Code | SIC Code | Source Code | Origin Code
D008
DOOS
D008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D008
D008
D008
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
D008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
3008
M011
M013
M091
M019
M061
M061
M061
M043
M129
M043
M011
M019
M019
M051
'M141
M013
M011
M061
M011
M011
M011
M013
M013
M061
M043
M043
M043
M051
M061
M061
M141
M019
M043

M078
M011
M019
M111
M061
M141
MU1
M129
M019
M019
M041
1M125
M019
M119
M119
M039
M
M132
M014
M061
M019
'M019
1M051
M051
M061
iM111
M041
:M043
M132
M132
1M129
'M129
M129
M129
1M112
M112
'M132
M019
M032
M132
:M132
M132
'M043
M043
'M043
M043
M061
MND05832001 1
MND058320011
MND05832001 1
MND058330473
MND058330473
MND06S539743
MND066539743
MND07074O055
MND076S05262
MND077636397
MND079731519
MND079731519
MND079731519
MND079731519
MND079731519
MND085114890
MND086115615
MND086115615
MND980700900
MND980700900
MND980700900
MND980700900
MND9S0700900
MND980700900
MND980702286
MND980702286
MND980793319
MND980793319
MND980793319
MND980793319
MND980793319
MND980824320
MND980990154
41 MND981 190242
MN0981 190242
MND982066730
MND982070732
MND982424202
MND982639775
MND985667674
MND985667674
MND985667807
MND985668227
MND985668227
MN0985668227
MND985668227
MND985677889
MND985677889
MND9S5677889
MN098S687565
MND985697135
MND985699826
MND985708437
MND985708437
MND990860470
MND990860470
MNT280010034
MNT28O010034
MNT280010034
MNT280010034
MNT280010778
M01572890001
•M0321 3720979
MO4213820489
M08571 924549
MO8571 924549
M08571 924549
M08571924549
M09890010524
M 09890010524
MOD000610816
MOD000687525
MOD000822S68
MOD000822668
MOD000822668
MOD000822668
MOD000830448
MOD003537271
MOD003537271
MOD003537271
MOD003537271
2.93 B310
1.33 B319
1.3S B114
32.40 B119
0.27 B219
1.24 B206
6.44 B206
1.32 B301
0.28 B319
1.85:6310
5.72 B307
15.41 B307
0.05 B310
4.85 B206
0.36 B309
8.53 B307
2.02:8310
2.48 B206
15.94 B302
117.63:6307
32.44 6307
29.18 B319
4.83 B31 9
1.36 B009
0.15 B304
7.94 B409
0.74 B310
2.03 B203
5.90:6203
2.95:6310
1.66 6203
15.09 B119
0.90:6301
0.07 B302
0.64 6302
0.75 18319
0.85 8319
0.96 5307
0.11 6206
0.32 B310
0.30:6310
1.20'B319
2.37 8307
1.70 8307
1.39 6219
0.90 8319
1.86 B409
1.76:6319
7.15 8319
0.54:8219
3.08 '6310
22.56 '831 9
0.02 : 6310
0.49 8205
0.17 8307
0.03:8409
0.66 6206
1.2416206
1.50:8114
1.20 8316
1.51 '8219
0.01 i 6403
0.25:8319
0.4016310
0.2218119
0.26 1 81 19
0.53:8119
0.05! 6409
0.1318319
11.4518319
0.0416310
0.30 6307
1.25 8316
1.7518316
47.53 8316
11.75 6409
0.69 '6409
1.8318310
3.44 8319
0.69:8319
3.53 8203
3845 A08
3845 A49
3845 A05
3672 A29
3672 A29
3672 A29
3672 A29
3411 A19
2621 A21
3679 A55
3571 A29
3571 A22
3571 A54
3571 A09
3571 ASS
3669 A35
3672 A32
3672 A25
3672 A99
3672 A49
3672 A49
3672 A29
3672 A29
3672 A22
3561 A21
3561 A99
4011 A49
4011:A19
4011 A19
4011 A49
4011 A1 9
4911 A59
5171 A29
4953 A59
4953 A59
3672 A49
3812 A99
3679 A92
3679 A25
4931 A21
4931 A21
3672 A49
3672 ,A40
3672 A49
3672 A29
3672 A29
3823 A99
3823 ;A31
3823 iA31
3363 A1 9
3672 A29
2911 A29
3679 A22
3679 1 A29
3479 .A57
3479 A99
3672 A40
3672 A40
3672 iA09
3672 A92
4225 A58
9711! ASS
9711 A08
3482:A71
9711:A57
9711 A89
9711 A89
9711 A08
9711-A19
9711 A99
3714 A55
3613A49
3711 : A60
3711 A59
3711 A60
3711 1 A60
3585 A58
3672 :A71
3672 A91
3672 A92
3672 A29
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
WWe Code | System Type I EPA ID | Volume (Tons) I Fern) Code| SIC Code| Source Code I Origin Code
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
O008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
O008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
O008
0008
DOOS
DO08
0008
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
M061
M137
M039
M042
M041
M132
M043
M061
M061
M043
M119
M019
M019
•M019
M132
M129
M019
M077
M099
M111
M041
M043
M111
M024
M042
M141
M141
M141
M061
M061
M125
M132
M111
M011
M021
M061
M061
M061
M019
M043
M061
M043
M111
M013
M061
M061
M061
M132
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
'M133
M053
M099
M053
M061
M111
M049
'M061
M141
M061
'M141
M141
M029
M043
MOD003537271
MOD003537271
MOD003941424
MOD003941424
MOD004954111
MOD004954111
MOD006272876
MOD006299135
MOD006299135
MOD006308407
MOD007118078
MOD0071 20652
MOD007131113
MOD0071 52903
MOD0071 52903
MOD039817051
MOD043935048
MOD043942291
MOD043942291
MOD043942291
MOD054950670
MOD054950670
MOD056961105
MOD062442561
MOD075892646
MOD075892646
MOD076265099
MOD076265099
M00081 640344
MOD085002319
MOD085002319
MOD085002319
MOD1 92203487
MOD980686992
MOD980686992
MOD980686992
MOD980686992
M00980686992
MOD9811 23409
MOD981 496870
MOD981501331
MOD981 709272
MOD981 709272
MOD985771377
M00985808203
MOD985808203
MOD98S8O8203
MOT300010261
MOT300010550
MS21 70022626
MS21 70022626
MS2570024164
MS2570024164
MS2570024164
MS2570024164
MS3170024639
MS6210809871
MS621 0809871
MS6210809871
MS6210809871
MS621 0809871
MS621 0809871
MS6210809871
!MS7570024060
MS7570024060
iMS7570024060
•MS7570024060
MSD001 473073
MSD004001244
MSD004010724
MSD041 222878
MSD050648757
MSD065462517
MSDO81 338832
MSD120438171
MSD980601686
MSD981 749401
MSD981 749401
MSD981 749401
MSD982084667
MSD9821 06700
2.06 B319
2.48 B319
0.19 B206
0.40 B211
0.16 B409
1.91 B409
19.96 B310
0.20 B409
0.23 B409
1.12 B304
23.48 B403
1.25 B307
0.27 B316
1.43 B310
0.85 B319
0.40 B206
0.08 B307
2.17 B113
0.24 B219
1.40 B319
0.44 B206
0.01 6307
98.89 B316
2.59 B101
3.21 B304
1.15 B304
1.60 B114
0.80 B114
0.23 B310
23.63 B310
208.09 B219
2.75 B21 9
0.05 8319
291.81:8309
0.26 B219
0.05 B21 9
0.09 B219
0.69 B310
0.08 B31 9
0.55 .8316
0.74 8209
3.85 B301
0.90 B301
1.21 8319
1.84 '8207
3.33:8310
0.46 B310
0.50 8310
9.90 '8403
0.47 B109
0.03:6319
0.39iB102
0.43 8319
1.44 B31 9
0.23 B319
0.06 8603
0.96 8114
0.01. B210
0.01 . 8302
2.38 B304
32.47 B304
1.73 B310
2.29 B310
0.25 61 19
0.48 8119
0.01 B307
0.27 6310
0.50 8319
10.58 B21 9
285.31 8205
28.38 8409
132.40 8205
0.05 8307
0.28 B1 14
12.47 B504
0.20 8316
1.11 8201
0.23 B301
8.60 8302
27.44 B203
0.20;B403
3672 A92
3672 A99
4011 A54
4011 A59
2869 A08
2869 A08
3711 A32
3585 ASS
3585 A59
3644 A71
3711 A99
3674 A49
2771 A59
3672 A32
3672 A92
3448 A54
4581 A49
3714 A19
3714 A59
3714 A92
3678 A19
3678 A94
2841 A99
3714 A40
3612 A06
3612 A06
3621 A19
3621 :A19
3743 A08
3711 A22
3711 A59
3711 A49
3443;A49
3691 A92
3691 A1 9
3691 A1 9
3691 :A1 9
3691 A51
4581 A49
7389 A35
3585:A21
8734 A94
8734 iA94
9621 A91
3061 A54
3061 A29
3061 A29
3711iA21
3494 A49
9199 ASS
9199 ASS
9711 A59
9711 A59
9711:A59
9711 1 A59
971VA57
8733 A77
8733 A58
8733 A77
8733 1 A29
8733 :A29
8733 A91
8733. A91
9711 A1 9
9711IA19
9711 A94
9711 ASS
3231 A21
2295 A35
3621 A49
3612 A57
3731 A75
3714 A29
3585 A40
3669 A75
3519 A09
9711 A19
9711 A53
9711 A93
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Tvoe I EPA ID | Volume (Tons) |F«n> Code I SIC Code I Source Code) Origin Code
D008
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D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
O008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
M081
M132
M019
M111
M019
M019
M019
M019
M019
M039
M043
M132
• M111
:M111
M111
M061
.M041
M061
M043
M043
M043
M043
M141
M141
M141
M141
;M141
M042
M132
M132
M132
M141
M141
M043
M043
M043
M049
M132
M013
M013
M061
M061
M141
M141
M043
M061
M111
M043
M119
M119
M119
M119
M119
M119
M061
M132
M141
IM141
M141
M141
M043
:M121
M141
IM141
M111
M019
M141
M141
M111
M111
M014
SM125
M141
M141
M141
M132
M141
M141
M141
•M141
M111
MSD982114712
MSD982769663
MSD985978501
MSD98S978501
MT8571 924556
MTB57T924556
MTB571 924556
MT857 1924556
MT8571 924556
:MT857 1924556
MT8571924556
MT8571924556
MT9141790015
MT9141790015
MTD01 0367738
MTD063728984
MT0980330609
NC0000876300
NC0000930727
NC0000930727
NC0000930727
NC0000930727
NC1 170027261
NC6570024475
NC8170022570
NC8170022570
NC8170022570
:NC8210020121
NC8210020121
NC8210020121
NC821 00201 21
'NCD000609727
NCD000623074
NC0000623165
NCD000623165
NCD000623165
NCD000648451
NCD000648451
NCD000770487
NCD000770487
NCD000770487
NCD000829101
NCD000831057
NCD000831057
:NCD0031 50562
NCD0031 54804
NCD0031 62542
NC 0003190386
NCD003195161
NCD003195161
NCD003195161
NCD003195161
NCD003195161
;NCD003195161
NCD0031 99882
NCD003213030
NCD003213030
NCD003213030
NCD003446721
NCD003465101
NCD003907508
NCD004520136
NCD004520136
NC0006996342
•NCD024895864
NCD044438406
NCD044517167
NCD057038168
NCD057450090
:NCD061 792362
NCD0671 85744
NCD067427922
NCD067427922
NCD067427922
NCD067427922
NCD072028251
NCD085074821
NCD089914311
NC0093338598
NCD093340487
NCD095458709
47.60 B1 14
14.51 B403
58.95 831 9
5.13 B505
0.01 B204
0.00:6210
0.01 B307
0.02 B31 9
0.04 B31 9
0.14 B602
0.05 B31 9
0.14 B319
0.03 B119
0.25 B31 9
60.00 B302
0.25 B603
0.07iB203
0.75 B205
3.63 B406
0.53 B406
0.69 B406
0.12 B406
0.09 B309
5.77 8409
0.03:8206
0.17iB403
0.27 B406
0.69 1 8603
20.07 8302
6.961 8319
1.22 1 8603
0.60:8319
6.75 ; 8307
0.21 8406
1.49:8406
0.86:8406
0.21 '8302
0.21 : 8302
5.03:8319
12.72IB319
0.40 B206
0.21 B206
4.64 B31 9
1.20 8319
0.81)8403
4.81 i BOOS
0.23, B219
0.50 '831 9
8.56 B1 19
0.22 B310
0.51 B319
0.22:B319
0.47. 8319
23.1618319
0.09:8203
319.44 8302
1.99 8319
1.25 8519
0.01 B319
2.80 8106
0.08 B310
89.54 : 8106
6.00 '8310
0.12 8119
0.77:8302
0.14 8319
0.08:8001
0.50 8307
1,616.49 8307
7.42 8319
11.24:B101
200.00 8119
5.50 8319
98.50:8319
100.00:8319
51.431B103
1.00 8219
0.20 8206
0.20 B31 9
0.50 8307
0.05 B310
3714 A19
3357 A49
3315 A25
3315 A38
9711 A58
9711 A58
9711 A99
9711 A29
9711 A91
9711 A89
9711 A59
9711 A59
7538 A08
7538 A08
8734 A69
1221 A19
4911 A19
3825"A39
3672 >A09
3672 A09
3672 A71
3672 A71
9711 ASS
9711 A29
9711 A58
9711 A59
9711 A54
9711 A60
9711 A59
9711.A69
9711 A60
5171 A21
4613 A29
3672 A09
3672 1 A09
3672 1A71
4953 A99
4953 A99
3691 A57
3691 A57
3691 1 A08
2511 A54
3661 A08
3661 iA08
2296 A57
3569iA37
3334 A59
2824 A21
3675 1 A22
3675 'A71
3675 :A22
3675 A49
3675 'A57
3675 A76
2611 A1 9
3691 A99
3691 A99
5013'A92
2824 'A57
3714 A09
3624 A78
3714IA03
3714 1 A32
4213;A53
3429 A53
3679 A29
2511 A92
4613:A29
3231 ;A21
3221 A09
3575 A92
3432 1 A03
3432 1 A02
3432 A29
3432 A32
3496 :A22
2869 ' ASS
3411;A57
3629 A99
3312 A53
3714 A03
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type | EPA ID | Vok«ne(Tons)|FonnCade[SICCode|SourceCo<)elCMqtnCode
D008
O008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008 '
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
D008
DOO8
0008
0008
DO08
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
XX>8
M111
M111
M111
M132
M132
M132
M132
M132
M141
M043
M061
M061
M061
M141
M043
M043
M043
M043
M132
M141
M061
M061
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M112
M141
M141
M141
M141
M053
M053
'M111
M141
M141
M132
M141
M061
M011
M041
M041
M043
M043
M043
MO43
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
:M043
M043
M043
MO43
M043
M043
M043
M043
I MOO
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
M043
NCD095458709
NCD095458709
NCD095458709
NCD0954S8709
NCD095458709
NCD095458709
NCD095458709
NCD097363527
NCD1 08706029
NCD109141424
NCD980799142
NCD980799142
NC0980840466
NC0980840466
NCD980843866
NCD980843866
NCD980843866
NC0980843866
NCD980843866
NC0980843866
NC0981 021413
NCD981021413
NCD981 856396
NCD981 861438
NCD981861438
NCD981861438
NCD981861438
NCD982077570
NCD982077570
NCD982077570
NCD982077570
NCD982077570
NCD982093783
NCD982093783
NCD982093783
NCD982093783
NCD982093783
NCD982094278
NCD982094278
NCD982140329
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NCD986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCO986166338
NCD986166338
NCD986166338
NCD986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NC0986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NC0986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCO986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD9861 66338
NCD986166338
0.20 B310
3.00 B319
0.15 B319
0.60 B310
0.75 B310
2.85 B319
1.45 8319
614.24 B319
0.23 B409
0.01 B001
0.30 B119
0.60 B316
12.20 B310
30.58 B310
1.40 B307
0.05 B310
0.27 '8403
1.18 B409
0.30 B307
0.67 B307
1.51 B110
2.60 B316
0.21 B206
0.70 8119
0.05 8202
0.15;B302
0.05 8307
3.93 B319
4.71 B319
0.16 8409
1.19 8409
1.50 B409
1.59:8403
1.68 B403
2.10 B403
3.17 B403
1.98 B403
11.96'B319
4.08 8319
28.68 B114
0.01 B309
0.02 8003
0.40 8102
0.00 B001
0.03 8001
0.01 8001
0.02:8001
0.03 8001
0.16 8001
0.00:8001
0.03 B001
0.18:8102
0.80:8102
0.60 B1 02
0.25 ; 8301
0.60 8306
0.48 B319
0.10 8319
0.01 :B319
0.02 B319
0.05 B31 9
0.12 B319
0.45 B403
0.10 8403
0.60:8406
0.10:8406
0.07 8406
0.05 '8406
0.03 8406
0.55 8409
0.27 B409
0.53 8409
0.71 B409
1.40 B409
0.80 8409
0.30 'B409
0.20 8409
0.26 8409
0.08 8409
0.34 8409
0.23 8409
3714 A40
3714 A29
3714 A71
3714 A03
3714 A40
3714 A29
3714 A71
3369 A78
4911 A99
8734 A94
4789 ASS
4789 A38
3534 A21
3534 A21
8734 A94
8734 A94
8734 A57
8734 A09
8734 A94
8734 A94
3672 A01
3672 A09
9229 A54
4911 A59
4911 A01
4911 A53
4911 A08
3262 A78
3262 A56
3262 A58
3262. A78
3262 A91
8221 A21
8221 A21
8221 :A21
8221 A21
8221 A21
3571 A57
3571 A57
3451 A35
3841 -ASS
2816 A58
2833 A59
3571 A94
3661 :A94
3661 A94
3661 A94
3661 A94
3841 A94
9199 A94
2833 A59
2833 A59
2833 1 A59
2834 1 A92
3443, A38
2816 A08
2831 'A29
2261 .A57
2261 IA57
9199:A94
9199iA94
3661 ASS
3661 A55
8734 A92
8734 A92
8734, A92
8734 A92
8734 :A92
366rA19
3262 A53
3262 A53
3262 A53
3357 A53
3714:A53
8221 A53
8099 A58
3211.A59
3211:A59
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Type I EPA ID I Volume (Tons) I Faro Code! SIC CodelSpurce Code| Origin Code
0008
DOOS
D008
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
D008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
0008
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
DOOS
M043
M043
M043
M061
M061
M061
M061
M061
M061
MO61
M061
M061
M061
M061
M094
M094
M094
M094
M094
M094
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111
M111

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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Tyre I EPA ID (Volume (Tons)) Form Code | SIC Code| Source Code] Origin Code
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
O008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
M133
M133
M049
M049
M049
M049
M061
M141
M111
M021
M
:M094
M109
M141
M019
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M111
M111
M141
.M141
M132
M132
M141
M041
M042
M061
M129
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M061
M111
M141
M019
M132
M141
M141
M141
;MU1
M141
M141
M141
•M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
;M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
IM141
M141
.M141
M141
M061
M111
M129
M141
M181
M141
NED00728S257
NED007285257
NED035093053
NED035093053
NED035093053
NED035093053
NED035093053
NED045275260
NED072902513
NED109108183
NED981 507338
NED981707S24
NH7570024847
NHD000636134
NHD000790923
NHD000790923
NHD000791616
NHD000791616
NHD000791889
NHDOOOB42443
•NHD001 078062
NHD001078740
NHD001 078740
NHD001079219
NHD001079219
NHD001079433
NHD001 079433
NHD001 079896
NHD001082304
NHD001 082304
NHD001 082304
NH0001089465
NHD001091073
NHD001091073
NHD001091073
NHD002059525
NHD002576817
NHDOOS574223
NHD005574223
NHD005574223
NHD005574223
NHD01 8953794
NHD01 8953794
NHD018953794
NHD01 8953794
INHD01 8953794
NHD037695236
NHD037695236
NHD040252744
NH0040252744
NHD041 027822
NHD045513785
NHD046312559
NHD046312559
NHD046312559
NHDO4S3 12559
NHD046312559
NHD046312559
NHD046312559
NHD046312559
NHD046312559
NHD046312559
NHD046312559
NHD048724173
NHD048724173
NHD058537960
NHD058537960
'NHD073984288
NHD073984288
NHD073984288
NHD073984288
NH0073984288
NHD101403509
NHD1 20299888
NHD120299888
NHD500003280
NHD980521843
NHD980668156
NHD980731996
NHD980731996
NHD981211881
121.86 B302
97.53 B302
5.65 B203
1.80 831 0
0.82 B310
3.05 B310
0.73 B219
0.20 B311
0.52 B307
0.48:8219
0.92 B310
0.15 B302
0.45 B603
0.12 8319
3.12.8319
0.01 B31 9
3.80 8319
0.35 8319
4.83 B319
0.18 8001
0.12 8310
3.68 8319
3.16 8319
2.73 8304
0.05 831 9
0.90;8119
1.20:8514
8.75 8302
4.94 ,81 14
0.31 8114
6.95 B114
7.77 8114
0.12 B206
2.17 B219
0.24 8319
1.50 8302
0.01 B002
1.38 B101
0.53 8307
5.36!B307
0.30 B31 9
0.03 B002
0.20:8103
4.40 81 13
0.04 B307
2.00 8319
41.41 B205
0.71 B319
0.54:8310
8.34 B310
2.80:8302
0.04 B307
63.58 6409
0.4618103
0.92.8219
0.23 B302
11.47'B310
0.23 8310
0.69:6407
0.92 6407
13.53 B409
0.35.6409
0.13 6409
0.30 B219
1.91.6319
27.46 8319
0.47 1 851 9
3.74 B1 02
0.70 6205
0.10 B205
14.40 6319
0.08 6409
0.92 6102
0.23 8209
2.50 8319
0.25 8119
7.00:8302
1.38 6103
0.67 8409
0.15 6319
2.25 8110
3366 A99
3366 A99
3676 A19
3676 A19
3676 A72
3676 A72
3676 A19
2672 A53
3613 A08
3823 A49
5311 A60
4800 A69
9711 A69
3724 ASS
8221 A21
8221 A21
3679 A93
3679 A93
3699 A99
3878 A58
3643 ASS
3366 A56
3366 A92
3699 A49
3699 A09
3861 A93
3861 A93
2611 A08
3559. A37
3559 A37
3559 A37
3675 A05
3825 A31
3825 A29
3825 A56
3484 A92
3679 A57
3641 ACM
3641 A09
3641 A57
3641 A57
3324 A58
3484 A09
3484 A60
3484 A56
3484 A91
3555 A54
3555 A92
3357 A99
3357 A99
8221 IA08
3674 :A09
3672 ;A75
3672
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code I System Type I EPA ID ( Votame 
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Code | System Typ« | EPAID iV<*JOie(Tons)|FoonCodelSICCo(J»|SourceCale|Oi1(ilnCode
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
D008
0008
0008
D008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
DO08
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
0008
0008
D008
M043
M043
M132
M132
M011
M011
M011
M132
M141
M141
M119
M141
M141
M132
M141
M094
>M111
M141
M141
M141
M099
M119
M129
M129
M141
M141
M141
M141
M141
M049
M141
M141
M111
M019
M043
M112
M119
M043
M011
M061
M111
M011
M019
M019
M041
M041
M041
M041
M041
M043
M043
M111
M111
M132
M141
M141
M041
M132
M043
M013
M043
M141
M141
M019
M141
•M041
M129
M139
M124
M132
M141
M111
M111
M141
M141
M141
M132
M141
M119
'M141
M141
NJD000818567
NJD000818567
NJD000818567
NJD000820167
NJD001 289610
NJD001 289610
NJD001 289610
NJD001308212
NJD001316173
NJD001317601
NJD001340686
NJD001 340876
NJD002141778
NJD0021 43782
NJD002147023
NJD0021 56925
NJD0021 80255
NJD0021 84448
NJD0021 84448
NJD002184448
NJD002186690
NJD002189132
NJD002189132
NJD002189132
NJD002189132
NJD002189132
NJD002190627
NJD002191211
NJD002191211
NJD002195303
NJD002197325
NJD002197325
NJD002200111
NJD002325074
NJD002325074
NJD002325074
NJD002329449
NJD002342087
NJ0002342434
NJ0002342434
NJD002345247
NJD002373819
NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJ 0002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002385730
NJD002395382
NJD002395382
NJD002444719
NJD002454163
NJD002482602
NJD002502466
NJD002520088
NJD002570893
NJD009871401
NJD011528346
NJD011550092
NJD01 1658481
'NJD0391 16207
NJDO42895680
NJ 00451 33485
NJD045133485
NJD04 5445483
NJD046956892
NJD046956892
NJD047354881
NJD047700711
NJD04770071 1
NJ0048608897
NJD04 8613590
NJDO48794986
NJ0048804488
NJD04S8044S8
0.00 B001
0.04 B103
220.57 B302
40.00 B319
1.92 8219
82.73 B307
2.62 B311
9.30 B316
0.05;B307
0.02 B307
3.78iB409
0.90 B206
1.20 B113
4.68 B310
14.30 B303
1.291.83;B119
25.59 B302
2.40 B119
18.251B301
0.80 B31 9
7.77 B310
1.15 B504
1.15 8319
1.65 B31 9
3.21 B502
2.71 B502
10.10 B519
0.02 8319
0.01 B31 9
0.80 8319
1.35,8206
0.50 831 9
74.97 B31 9
1.75 B409
6.22 B4O9
1 04.63 IB504
78.00 B302
0.01 8001
0.05 B309
0.44 B205
9.60 B301
0.02 'B311
11.70 B307
6.00 8609
7.65 8206
0.92 B206
1.95:8206
1.50 B206
0.30 B206
1.25:8319
0.25 B4O9
8.19 B301
14.7018310
10.00JB307
2.22iB319
0.90:8319
8.63
2.43:8319
0.60 B307
69.28 B31 9
2.35:8302
0.11 8319
5.21 B219
1 26.84 IB304
1.50:8319
1.38:8316
159.80:8302
17.50 B403
15.6018119
0.10 B307
140.90 8319
2.89:8114
1.16!8310
0.03 8107
0.05 8401
0.01 8401
1.65:8316
2.90. B307
1.40.B307
0.70 8002
0.48:B207
2834 A58
2834 ASS
2834 A69
3221 A59
3356 A35
3356 A40
3356 A71
2869 A92
2834 A59
2834 A08
2851 A78
3965 A57
3613 A29
3711 A32
2834 A78
2892 A99
2891 A65
2869 A53
2869 A69
2869 A53
3711 A29
2819 A75
2819 A91
2819 A91
2819 A75
2819 A75
2816 A60
2834 ASS
2834 ASS
3399 A94
2891 ,A54
2891 A53
5171 A08
3262 A57
3262 A57
3262 A75
5085 A69
3229 A58
3812 A55
3812 A92
3497 A53
2819 A08
2869 A56
2869 A60
2869 iA37
2869 A54
2869 A54
2869 A54
2869 A56
2869 A93
2869 A72
2869 A64
2869 A64
2869 A64
3561 A40
3561 A40
2821
2819 A29
2821 A08
3069A92
3295 A59
2869 A94
3412 A62
5093 !A89
2834 A21
2899 A58
6512 A69
2869 A33
3643 A29
3643 A40
2911 A29
3087 A53
3087 A75
2834 A94
8221 A49
8221 A49
3672 A53
4613. A29
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1995 BRS Data (GM Form) - TC Metal-Only Wastes Managed Off Site
Waste Cadet System Type I EPA ID I VotomefTooiHFomi Code I SIC CaJel Source Code (Origin Code
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D008
D008
D008
0008
DO08
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D008
DO08
D008
D008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
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D008
D008
0008
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D008
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0008
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D008
D008
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D008
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0008
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0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
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OO08
0008
0008
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0008
0008
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O008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
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0008
0008
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0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
D008
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0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
0008
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M132
M132
M013
M111
M141
M109
M091
M132
M132
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M132
M132
M013
M013
M013
M013
M011
M141
M041
M129
M132
M111
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M111
'M111
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M089
M141
M039
M042
M111
M141
M141
M043
M043
M041
M111
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M132
M132
M014
M014
M141
M141
M079
M141
M132
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M111
M111
M132
M141
M141
M141
M141
M124
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M111
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M141
M061
M061
M019
M019
M019
M061
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M019
M019
M019
M061
M019
M019
M019
M109
NJ 0048804488
NJD048810337
NJD048810337
NJD055090815
NJD060074101
NJD060792918
NJD061 060950
NJD061 076600
NJD061 843249
NJD062037031
NJD062052824
NJD062052824
NJD062052824
NJD063137871
NJ0064261985
NJD064261985
NJD064261985
NJD065710261
NJDOS5710261
NJD065815771
NJD065815771
NJD067362087
NJD067505958
NJD068699107
NJ 0068699107
NJD070412812
NJD073745945
NJD07S418285
NJ 0077070811
NJD079320495
NJD079488821
NJD087277661
NJ 0091 862177
NJD0918621T7
NJD092217892
NJD092217892
NJ0094961042
NJD095171948
NJD096880265
NJD097399695
NJD097399695
NJ0099285264
NJ 0099285264
NJD099285264
NJ0099285264
NJD980533582
NJD980533582
NJD980534002
NJD980536668
NJD980648497
NJD980648497
NJ0980648497
NJ0980648497
NJD980648497
NJD980648539
NJO980648547
NJD9806501S4
NJ0980761365
NJD980761365
NJD980761365
NJD980766091 ,
NJD980766091
NJD980790729
NJD980790737
NJD980790828
NJ0980790844
NJD980790869
NJD980790869
NJ0980790893
;NJD980790919
NJ0980790919
NJD980790935
NJD98079O968
NJD980791016
NJD980791032
NJD980791040
NJ 0980791 073
NJD980791099
NJD980791107
NJD980791149
NJD981 076292
0.20 S319
10.20 B31 9
44.00 B31 9
3.61 B31 9
79.30 B307
1.28 B310
0.77 B603
13.07 B20S
1.75 B319
150.89 B302
13.75 B302
15.51:6302
23.47 B302
0.08 B307
150.66:6319
251.55 B31 9
14.67 B31 9
12.14 B307
0.06 B309
0.46 B206
4.00 B519
9.20 B1 13
120.00 B301
5,701. 40 !B309
54.96 B31 9
7.80:6302
1.26IB001
0.23 B205
4.58:6114
186.50 8302
0.20 B409
18.50 B31 9
1.20'B319
1.20 831 9
1.20 B307
1.20 B307
0.25 B211
11.04 B302
126.51 B603
1.00 B302
1.80 B307
0.61 B1 03
0.91 B103
0.60 8113
0.30 B310
7.51 B1 14
4.46 B603
9.20
0.13 B206
713.29 8302
44.76:8407
108.76 B407
0.70 '831 9
0.46IB603
4.10 B319
11.35:6319
0.40 B301
1.00:6119
1,575.33 6319
305.25:6319
0.05 B003
0.10IB207
0.23:6219
0.26:8219
0.08 B1 19
1.00(e307
9.14 '6307
0.30 '821 9
46.80 B307
7.02 6307
3.20:8307
4.57 '6307
9.82 6307
9.81 8307
5.1 6 '8307
13.50IB307
0.24 B21 9
8.38 ; 8307
5.03:6307
9.36 6307
5.00:8603
8731 A56
3679 A53
3679 A99
3341 A72
3499 A49
7538 ASS
7549 A19
3562 A37
• 9999 A08
9999 A69
8661 A99
8661 A99
8661 A99
3672 A25
3691
3691 A39
3691 A59
3661 A94
3661 A58
3339 A54
3339 A03
2851 :A92
5171 A69
3691 A99
3691 A19
4952 A08
2911 A94
3672 A49
4931 A59
6512 A69
4613 A38
4952 :A29
2816 A60
2816 A60
2821 A56
2821 A56
4931 A19
2893 A69
4931 A53
A56
A56
3999 :A27
3999 A27
3999 >A59
3999; ASS
A69
A53
4911 A01
4111 ;A58
4581 ;A69
4581 A69
4581 A69
4581 A21
4581 :A38
4789 'A99
4789 A29
5171 iA65
9999iA61
9999 AS 1
9999! A61
3679 iA94
3679 :A04
9199:A55
9199 A55
9199 A72
9199 A72
9199 A72
9199IA55
9199 A72
9199 A72
9199 A72
9199 A72
9199 A72
9199 A72
9199 A72
9199 A72
9199 AS5
9199'A72
9199 A72
9199iA72
4111 A65
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