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1997 Hazardous Waste Report
INSTRUCTIONS
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FORMS
Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 16.4 hours per response. The reporting burden
includes time for reviewing instructions, gathering data, completing and reviewing the forms, and submitting the report. The record
keeping requirement is estimated to average 2.3 hours per response. The record keeping burden includes the time for filing and
storing the Biennial Report submission for three years.
Send comments regarding the burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for
reducing the burden, to:
Chief, Analysis and Information Branch	and	Office of Regulatory Affairs
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency	Office of Management and Budget
401 M Street, S.W, 5302W	Washington, D.C 20503
Washington, D.C. 20460
EPA Form 8700-13A/B (5-80) (07-97)

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PURPOSE OF THE 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) mission to protect human health and the environment includes
the responsibility to effectively manage, with the States, the nation's hazardous waste. As part of this task, EPA and
the States collect and maintain information about the generation, management, and final disposition of the nation's
hazardous waste regulated by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
EPA prepared this booklet for hazardous waste generators and facilities that treat, store, or dispose hazardous waste
to report their hazardous waste activities for 1997. The information collected will:
	Provide EPA and the States with an understanding of hazardous waste generation and management
in the United States;
	Help measure the quality of the environment; and
	Be summarized and communicated to the public, primarily through the 1997 National Biennial
RCRA Hazardous Waste Report.
The data you provide will be entered into a computer database by the State or EPA Regional office to which you
return your Hazardous Waste Report. After review to ensure the quality of the data, a national database will be
assembled. Your efforts in carefully filling out the required forms are appreciated.
IMPORTANT
Before completing the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report forms, please carefully read the instructions in this booklet.
Several changes to the instructions and forms have been made for the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report cycle.
Please see page 2 for a discussion of these changes.
IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE
To obtain assistance in filling out the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report forms, please call the EPA RCRA,
Superfund & EPCRA Hotline at 1-800-424-9346 (703-412-9810 in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area).
The Hotline operates Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time), and is closed
on Federal holidays.
In addition to calling the Hotline, you may want to contact your State or Regional office. Some States' reporting
requirements differ from the Federal requirements. See pages 77 through 81 for State and Regional office
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WHO MUST FILE THE 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT
Sites Required to File the Hazardous Waste Report
You are required by Federal statute to complete and file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report if your site:
	Met the definition (see box below) of a RCRA Large Quantity Generator (LQG) during
1997; AND/OR
	Treated, stored, or disposed RCRA hazardous wastes on site during 1997.
If you are required to report, see WHICH FORMS TO SUBMIT AND WHAT TO REPORT, on page 3,
to determine which forms you must submit.
Definition of a RCRA Large Quantity Generator
A site is a RCRA Large Quantity Generator (LQG) if, in 1997, the site met any of the following criteria:
(a)	The site generated in any single month 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) or more of RCRA
hazardous waste; or
(b)	The site generated in any single month, or accumulated at any time, 1 kg (2.2 lbs) of
RCRA acute hazardous waste; or
(c)	The site generated or accumulated at any time more than 100 kg (220 lbs) of spill
cleanup material contaminated with RCRA acute hazardous waste.
NOTE: Wastes treated in units exempt from RCRA permitting requirements are not to be counted in
determining whether a site is a Large Quantity Generator.
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Sites That Should Not File the Hazardous Waste Report
Do not file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report if, during 1997, your site was not a RCRA LQG
(your site does not meet any of the criteria in the box above) AND did not treat, store, or dispose
RCRA hazardous wastes on site.
If you are not required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report, please return the
postcard found on the back cover to indicate that you are exempt from the reporting
requirement. EPA will use the postcards to identify sites that are not required to report.
State-specific Requirements
States may impose reporting requirements above and beyond the Federal requirements. If your
State does so, it will attach information to (or delete information from) this booklet. In addition,
States may use a modified version of this report or their own instructions and forms for fulfilling
the reporting requirements.
The list of State and Regional contacts, on pages 77 through 81, identifies the States that use
modified or State-specific reports. Please contact your State or Regional office with any
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1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
PURPOSE OF THE 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT	 Inside front cover
WHO MUST FILE THE 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT	 j
SITES REQUIRED TO FILE THE HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT 	i
SITES THAT SHOULD NOT FILE THE HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT	 " " jj
STATE-SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS 		 ii
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING THE 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT		1
INTRODUCTION 	:		!
Authority 		j
Overview of the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report 		1
CHANGES TO THE 1997 BIENNIAL REPORT	"""!!!!	2
WHICH FORMS TO SUBMIT AND WHAT TO REPORT	I!	3
FILLING OUT THE FORMS		!""!!!!!!	3
RCRA, Superfund & EPCRA Hotline	3
Copies of Biennial Report Instructions and Forms 		4
Documents Helpful in Filling Out the Forms	;		4
Site Identification Labels		4
Code Lists 				4
Skip Instructions 		4
Notes 		4
Right Justification of Quantities	;		5
Comments Section of Forms 		5
Page Numbering of Forms		5
Photocopies of Forms 		5
Example 1997 Hazardous Waste Report Forms for Hypothetical Sites		5
Electronic Reporting 		5
Confidential Business Information (CBI) 			5
WHEN AND WHERE TO FILE 	!!!""""!!!!!!!!!	6
IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE			!."!!!!!!!	6
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT FORM IC - IDENTIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION	 7
WHO MUST SUBMIT THIS FORM	 7
PURPOSE OF THIS FORM		 7
HOW TO FILLOUT THIS FORM 			 1
ITEM-BY-ITEM INSTRUCTIONS		! 7
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT FORM GM - WASTE GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT ..	[1
WHO MUST SUBMIT THIS FORM		11
PURPOSE OF THIS FORM				II
HOW TO FILL OUT THIS FORM 			11
WASTES TO BE REPORTED		'		12
ITEM-BY-ITEM INSTRUCTIONS		12
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT FORM WR - WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFF SITE		19
WHO MUST SUBMIT THIS FORM	;		19
PURPOSE OF THIS FORM			19
HOW TO FILL OUT THIS FORM 			-			19
ITEM-BY-ITEM INSTRUCTIONS		19
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CODE LISTS AND OTHER REFERENCE INFORMATION	 23
EXCLUDED WASTES 			 25
DEFINITIONS 	'	 29
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS		 35
EPA HAZARDOUS WASTE CODES		 39
SIC CODES 	 61
SOURCE CODES	 71
FORM CODES ..	 73
SYSTEM TYPE CODES 	 75
STATE/REGIONAL OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION			 77
APPENDIX A: EXAMPLES OF COMPLETED 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT FORMS	 A-l
1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT FORMS	End of booklet
1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT SUBMISSION CHECKLIST 	Last page
POSTCARD 			 Back cover
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING
THE 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT
INTRODUCTION
The instructions and forms for the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report, commonly known as the 1997 Biennial Report,
are prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for generators and treatment, storage, and disposal
(TSD) facilities to report their hazardous waste activities for 1997.
Authority
The authority for the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report is contained in Sections 3002 and 3004 of the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976, as amended by the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984
(HSWA), Section 3002 requires hazardous waste generators to report to EPA or authorized States, at least every two
years, the quantities, nature, and disposition of generated hazardous waste. Under the authority of Section 3004,
EPA requires reporting by treatment, storage, and disposal facilities for the wastes they receive.
Overview of the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report
To determine if you are required to file the Biennial Report, read WHO MUST FILE THE 1997 HAZARDOUS
WASTE REPORT on page i. If you are not required to file the Biennial Report, return the postcard provided on
the back cover to your State or Regional office (list of addresses begins on page 77).
CHANGES TO THE 1997 BIENNIAL REPORT, on page 2, summarizes the changes that have been made to the
1997 Hazardous Waste Report instructions and forms.
WHICH FORMS TO SUBMIT AND WHAT TO REPORT, on page 3, describes circumstances and situations
under which each of the forms should be completed.
General guidelines for filling out the Biennial Report forms are provided on pages 3 through 6, FILLING OUT THE
FORMS, including the telephone number for the RCRA, Superfund & EPCRA hotline, which you can call with
questions on completing the Biennial Report.
WHEN AND WHERE TO FILE, on page 6, provides the filing date and details the procedures for obtaining an
extension of the filing date for your site's Biennial Report. The address for the State or Region to which you should
send the Biennial Report is specified beginning on page 77.
Detailed instructions for filling out each of the forms begin on page 7. Beginning on page 23, relevant code lists and
other reference information are provided including the following: a list of excluded wastes; definitions of key terms;
a section of special instructions that explains how to report certain types of wastes (e.g., lab packs, PCBs); lists of
codes that are too long to include in the text of instructions (e.g., EPA hazardous waste codes); and a list of State and
Regional office addresses and contact information.
The 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT SUBMISSION CHECKLIST, on the last page of this booklet, will
help you determine if your submission is complete.
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CHANGES TO THE 1997 BIENNIAL REPORT
Please carefully review the entire 1997 Hazardous Waste Report instructions and forms booklet. EPA
has made a significant effort to clarify the instructions in numerous places. In addition, the Agency
has made the following changes to the 1997 Biennial Report:
	For each hazardous wastewater managed onsite and ultimately discharged:
	With or without prior treatment to a surface water, in accordance with an NPDES
permit issued pursuant to Section 402 of the Clean Water Act; or
	With or without pretreatment to a publicly owned treatment works (POTW), in
accordance with 307(b) of the Clean Water Act: or
	With or without prior treatment to an underground injection well, in accordance with a
permit issued pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water Act,
fill out only one GM form, and use only System Type codes Ml34 (Deepwell/underground
injection), M135 (discharge to sewer/POTW), or M136 (Discharge to surface water under
NPDES). Note that the quantity reported for these System Types should be the quantity of
wastewater entering the pretreatment system, which may or may not be the quantity actually
discharged to the POTW, injection well, or surface water. These codes should be the only
management codes used, regardless of what treatment the wastewaters receive prior to
discharge. Note that any sludges or other non-wastewaters generated from the treatment of
wastewaters should still be reported if they are hazardous.
	The entire Waste Treatment, Disposal, or Recycling Process System (PS) form has been
eliminated from the 1997 Biennial Report.
	The waste minimization questions have been eliminated from the Identification and
Certification (IC) form and the Generation and Management (GM) form.
	All "Don't Know" responses have been eliminated from the Biennial Report. The
following data elements were affected: Form IC, Section IV, Box A (Storage subject to
RCRA permitting requirements); Form GM, Section I, Box G (Point of measurement) and
Box I (RCRA-radioactive mixed); Form GM, Section III, Box D (Off-site availability
code); and Waste Received from Off Site (WR) form. Box H (RCRA-radioactive mixed).
	Space for reporting an additional off-site facility for hazardous waste shipped off site has
been added to Section HI of Form GM.
	The code options for the point of measurement question (Form GM, Section I, Box G)
have been revised.
	The exclusions, definitions, and special instructions have been updated. In addition, the
exclusions and definitions have been modified to more closely_paraphrase the Code of
Federal Regulations (CFR), where applicable.
	The examples in Appendix A have been updated and clarified.	
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WHICH FORMS TO SUBMIT AND WHAT TO REPORT
The 1997 Hazardous Waste Report contains the following four forms:
Form IC	All sites required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report must submit Form IC. Instructions for
Form IC begin on page 7.
Form GM A separate Form GM must be submitted- for each RCRA hazardous waste that was:
	Generated on site and subsequently managed on site or shipped off site in 1997;
	Generated on site in 1997 but not managed on site or shipped off site until after 1997; or
	Generated on site prior to 1997 but either managed on site or shipped off site in 1997.
RCRA hazardous wastes to be reported include those that were:
	Generated on site from a production process, service activity, or routine cleanup;
	Resulted from equipment decommissioning, spill cleanup, or remedial cleanup activity;
	Shipped off site, including hazardous waste that was received from off site (reported on
Form, WR) and subsequently shipped off site without being treated or recycled on site;
	Derived from the management of non-hazardous waste; or
	Derived from the on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of previously existing
hazardous waste (i.e., a residual).
Radioactive wastes mixed with RCRA hazardous wastes should also be reported, as well as
hazardous wastes regulated only by your State (if required by your State).
Instructions for Form GM begin on page 11.
Form WR A site required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report must submit Form WR if, during 1997, it
received RCRA hazardous waste from off site and managed the waste on site.
Instructions for Form WR begin on page 19.
Form OI	Complete Form OI only if your State requires it. Instructions for Form 01 are on the back of the
form.
FILLING OUT THE FORMS
RCRA, Superfund & EPCRA Hotline
To obtain assistance in filling out the 1997 Biennial Report forms, please call the EPA RCRA, Superfund & EPCRA
Hotline at 1-800-424-9346 (703-412-9810 in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area). The Hotline operates
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time), and is closed on Federal holidays.
In addition to calling the Hotline, you may want to contact your State or Regional office. Some States* reporting
requirements differ from the Federal requirements. See pages 77 through 81 for State and Regional office addresses,
contact names, and telephone numbers.
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Copies of Biennial Report Instructions and Forms
Additional copies of 1997 Biennial Report instructions and forms can be obtained from the contact provided for your
State or Region beginning on page 77 of this booklet. If your State uses EPA's version of the instructions and forms,
this information is also available on the Internet through the EPA home page at the following URL (or address):
http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/hazwaste/data/brsforms.htm
Documents Helpful in Filling Out the Forms
To prepare the 1997 Biennial Report, you should consult your records on quantities and types of hazardous waste
that your site generated, managed, shipped, or received in 1997. Some records that may be helpful are:
	Hazardous Waste Manifest forms;
	Biennial Report forms submitted in previous years;
	Records of quantities of hazardous waste generated or accumulated on site;
	Results of laboratory analyses of your wastes;
	Contracts or agreements with off-site facilities managing your wastes; and
	Copies of permits for on-site waste management systems.
Site Identification Labels
If you received pre-printed site identification labels with your 1997 Hazardous Waste Report instructions and forms
booklet, please review the labels to verify that the information is accurate and mark any changes directly on the
labels. Attach one label to each form in the Biennial Report. If you did not receive labels with your booklet, enter
the site name and EPA Identification Number on each form in the space provided for the label (i.e., the top left-hand
corner of the form). Before making copies of the forms in order to complete them, be sure that you have either
attached a pre-printed label to each form or, if you did not receive labels, have entered the site's name and EPA
Identification Number in the top left-hand corner of each form.
Code Lists
This symbol denotes references to the page numbers of relevant code lists. Please use only the codes
included in the instructions or in the lists of codes that begin on page 39. Please minimize the use of
"Other" and "Unknown" codes. If you do use an "Other" or "Unknown" code, please provide an
explanation in the Comments section of the form.
Skip Instructions
This symbol denotes directions to skip to the next appropriate section or box to be completed, given
certain responses to some questions.
Notes
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Right Justification of Quantities
Right justify all quantities reported on the forms. For example, enter a quantity of 12,000 tons on the form as
follows: I I i I I 1 I 2 I 0 I 0 I 0 i . |_0j . Enter a quantity of 29,599.5 tons as follows:
I I I I 12 19 15 19 19 I. i_5j .
Comments Section of Forms
Use the Comments section at the bottom of the forms to clarify or continue any entry. For each comment, reference
the section number and box letter of the entry that is being continued. For example, if a hazardous waste generated
on site has six EPA hazardous waste codes, enter the first five in Section I, Box B of Form GM. Enter the sixth
waste code in the Comments section and cross-reference Section I, Box B: "Sec. I, Box B, continued: D001."
Page Numbering of Forms
When you have filled out all the appropriate forms in your Biennial Report submission, number the pages
consecutively throughout your submission. Do not number each set of forms separately. The individual page
number and tbe total number of pages in your submission should appear in the bottom right-hand corner of each page
(e.g., Page 1 of 7, Page 2 of 7).
If it is necessary to continue information from one form onto another page, make additional copies of the form and
number the additional pages with the same page number as the first page, followed by a letter (e.g., page 27, page
27a; page 28, page 28a, 28b). When continuing information on a supplemental page, enter only the information that
is being continued.
Photocopies of Forms
A single copy of each form is included in this booklet. Photocopy as many forms as you need to complete your
Biennial Report. Make copies after you have attached the pre-printed site identification label or entered the site
name and EPA Identification Number in the top left-hand corner of the form, but before you begin filling out the
form.
After you have finished filling out the forms, photocopy the entire Biennial Report for your records.
Example 1997 Hazardous Waste Report Forms for Hypothetical Sites
Appendix A provides updated and improved examples oFhypothetical sites that illustrate the Biennial Report forms
that each site should submit and how these forms should be completed.
Electronic Reporting
EPA encourages electronic reporting of Biennial Reports. To obtain instructions on how to file electronically, call
the RCRA, Superfund & EPCRA Hotline at 1-800-424-9346 (703-412-9810 in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan
area). In addition to calling the Hotline, you should contact your State or Regional office, as some States' may have
different policies and procedures for electronic reporting.
Confidential Business Information (CBI)
You may not withhold information from the Administrator of EPA because it is confidential. However, when the
Administrator is requested to consider information confidential, it must be treated according to EPA regulations
contained in Title 40 of the CFR, Part 2, Subpart B. These regulations provide that a business may, if it desires,
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assert a claim of business confidentiality covering all or part of the information furnished to EPA. 40 CFR 2.203(b)
explains how to assert a claim.
The Agency will treat information covered by such a claim in accordance with the procedures set forth in Subpart B.
If someone requests release of information covered by a claim of confidentiality, or if the EPA otherwise decides to
make a determination as to whether such information is entitled to confidential treatment, the Agency will notify the
business. EPA will not disclose information as to when a claim of confidentiality has been made except to the extent
of and in accordance with 40 CFR Part 2, Subpart B. However, if the business does not claim confidentiality when it
furnishes the information, EPA may make the information available to the public without notice to the business.
WHEN AND WHERE TO FILE
The 1997 Hazardous Waste Report is due to your State or Regional office by March 1, 1998. Return your
completed Biennial Report to the address listed for your State or Regional contact beginning on page 77.
If you need more time to fill out the Biennial Report, send a written request to your State or Regional office before
March I, 1998 for a site-specific extended due date. Specify the date you are requesting, which in no case shall
be after April 1,1998, and the reason for the request. Attach one of the pre-printed site identification labels, if you
received them. Otherwise include the site's name, location, and EPA Identification Number with your request.
IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE
To obtain assistance in filling out the 1997 Biennial Report forms, please call the EPA RCRA, Superfund &
EPCRA Hotline at 1-800-424-9346 (703-418-9810 in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area). The Hotline
operates Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time), and is closed on Federal
holidays.
In addition to calling the Hotline, you may want to contact your State or Regional office. Some States' reporting
requirements differ from the Federal requirements. See pages 77 through 81 for State and Regional office
addresses, contact names, and telephone numbers.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT
FORM IC - IDENTIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION
WHO MUST SUBMIT THIS FORM
All sites required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report must submit Form IC. See page i to determine whether
you are required to file. Examples of how to fill out the form are provided in Appendix A,
PURPOSE OF THIS FORM
Form IC identifies large quantity generators (LQGs) and treatment, storage, and disposal (TSD) facilities engaging in
hazardous waste generation and management activities for the reporting year. The form is divided into six sections.
Sections I through III identify the site. Section IV certifies that the information reported throughout is truthful,
accurate, and complete. Sections V and VI provide information as to whether you are a generator, a TSD facility, or
both.
HOW TO FILL OUT THIS FORM
Please fill out all six sections. Please print or type all information. In the top left-hand corner of the first page of the
form, place the pre-printed site identification label or, if you did not receive pre-printed labels, enter the site name
and EPA Identification Number. On the second page of the form, enter the site's EPA Identification Number in the
top right-hand corner. Use the Comments section at the end of the form to clarify any entry (e.g., "Other" responses)
or to continue any entry. When entering information in the Comments section, cross-reference the section number
and box letter to which the comment refers.
ITEM-BY-ITEM INSTRUCTIONS
Section I: Site Name and Location Address
Fill out Boxes A through H. Check the box "Same as label" if the address information provided on a pre-printed
label is correct. In Box B, enter the county, borough, or parish in which the site is located, unless that information is
present and correct on any label provided.
In Box D, check "Yes" or "No" to indicate whether the site/company name associated with this EPA Identification
Number has changed since 1995. The EPA Identification Number is address specific and cannot be transferred to a
new location.
Boxes A, C, E, F, G, and H must be filled out. Boxes B and D request non-mandatory information.
Section II: Mailing Address of Site
Check "Yes" or "No" in Box A to indicate if the site's mailing address is the same as the location address listed in
Section I. If you checked "No," you must enter the site's mailing address in Boxes B through E. Boxes B, C, D, and
E must be filled out. While responding to Box A is not mandatory, providing the mailing address in Boxes B
through E is required.
Skip to Section III if you checked "Yes" in Box A,
Continue to Box B if you checked "No" in Box A.
Section III: Contact Information
Enter the full name, title, and telephone number of the person who should be contacted if questions arise regarding
the information provided in the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report submitted by your site.
Boxes A, B, and C must be filled out.
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Section IV: Certification
Boxes A, B, C, and D must be filled out. Do not fill out this section until all required forms are present, complete,
and accurate. The 1997 Hazardous Waste Report Submission Checklist at the back of this booklet is provided to
assist you. After all required forms have been completed, print or type the full name and title of the person certifying
the submission, and the date. The person certifying the Biennial Report should read the certification statement and
sign the form. Photocopy your submission and send to the appropriate State or Regional office (see pages 77
through 81 for the list of mailing addresses).
Section V: Generator Status
Complete Box A and follow the instructions to either fill out Box B or skip to Section VI. Box A must be filled out.
Box A: 1997 RCRA generator status
Check one box to indicate the site's RCRA hazardous waste generator status in 1997. For the purposes of.
the Biennial Report, generator status should be based on the Federal definition, not State definitions. If the
site generated any quantity of RCRA hazardous waste during 1997, review the definitions of LQG, SQG,
and CESQG (see explanation of codes beiow) to determine your generator status. Then check the
appropriate box. If your site did not generate any quantity of RCRA hazardous waste during 1997,-check
"4 Non-generator" and proceed to Box B.
Code 1997 RCRA generator status
1	LOG: Large Quantity Generator
This site is a Large Quantity Generator if, in 1997, the site met any of the following criteria:
a)	The site generated in one or more months 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) or more of RCRA
hazardous waste; or
b)	The site generated in one or more months, or accumulated at any time, 1 kg (2.2 lbs) of
RCRA acute hazardous waste; or
c)	The site generated or accumulated at any time more than 100 kg (220 lbs) of spill cleanup
material contaminated with RCRA acute hazardous waste.
2	SQG: Small Quantity Generator
This site is a Small Quantity Generator if, in 1997, the site did all of the following:
a)	In one or more months generated more than 100 kg (220 lbs) of hazardous waste, but in
no month did the site generate: (I) 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) or more of hazardous waste; or
(2) 1 kg (2.2 lbs) or more of acute hazardous waste; or (3) 100 kg (220 lbs) or more of
material from the cleanup of a spillage of acute hazardous waste; and
b)	Accumulated no more than 1 kg (2.2 lbs) of acute hazardous waste and no more than 100
kg (220 lbs) of material from the cleanup of a spillage of acute hazardous waste; and
c)	Stored its wastes in tanks or containers in a manner consistent with regulatory provisions.
OR, the site is a Small Quantity Generator if, in 1997, the site:
a)	Met all other criteria for a Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG), but
b)	Accumulated 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) or more of hazardous waste.
If you are both a SQG and a TSD facility, you must complete the Biennial Report.
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Code 1997 RCRA generator status (continued)
3	CESQG: Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator
This site is a CESQG if, in every month during 1997, the site did all of the following:
a)	Generated no more than 100 kg (220 lbs) of hazardous waste, and no more than 1 kg (2.2
lbs) of acute hazardous waste, and no more than 100 kg (220 lbs) of material from the
cleanup of a spillage of acute hazardous waste; and
b)	Accumulated no more than 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) of hazardous waste, and no more than 1
kg (2.2 lbs) of acute hazardous waste, and no more than 100 kg (220 lbs) of material
from the cleanup of a spillage of acute hazardous waste; and
c)	Treated or disposed of the hazardous waste in a manner consistent with regulatory
provisions (40 CFR 261.5(0(3) and 261.5(g)(3)).
If you are both a CESQG and a TSD facility, you must complete the Biennial Report.
4	Non-generator,
This site is a non-generator if it did not generate any quantity of RCRA hazardous waste during
1997. If you are both a non-generator and a TSD facility, you must complete the Biennial
Report.
Skip to Section VI if you checked 1, 2, or 3 in Box A.
Continue to Box B if you checked 4 in Box A.
Box B: Reason for not generating
If the site did not generate RCRA hazardous waste during 1997, check as many boxes as necessary to
explain the reason. The alternatives are:
Code Reason for not generating
1	. Never generated: The site has never generated RCRA hazardous waste and did not do so during
1997.
2	Out of business: The site has gone out of business and did not generate hazardous waste at this
location during 1997.
3	Only excluded or delisted waste: The site generated only excluded or delisted wastes not subject
to RCRA Subtitle C regulation during 1997. See page 29 for definitions of excluded and delisted
wastes. A partial list of excluded wastes is provided beginning on page 25.
4	Only non-hazardous waste: The site did not generate any wastes subject to RCRA Subtitle C
regulation (e.g., wastes regulated as hazardous only by your State, wastes regulated as non-
hazardous under RCRA Subtitle D),
5	Periodic or occasional generator: This site did not generate any RCRA hazardous waste during
1997, although it has done so in the past or will do so in the future.
6	Waste minimization activity: This site was previously a generator of RCRA hazardous waste, but
did not generate any during 1997 due to an effective waste minimization program.
7	Other: This site had other reasons for not generating in 1997. Specify reason(s) in the Comments
box at the bottom of the form and cross-reference Section V, Box B.
Excluded Wastes, page 25.
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Section VI: On-site Waste Management Status
Boxes A and B: must be filled out.
Box A: Storage subject to RCRA permitting requirements
Did the site have any on-site storage subject to RCRA permitting requirements during 1997? Select one
code from the list below and record it in the space provided in Box A.
NOTE: Short-term accumulation under the 90, 180, or 270-day rules is exempt from RCRA permitting
requirements (40 CFR 262.34). If the only type of storage at your site was accumulation of
wastes under these rules prior to shipment, answer "1-No storage subject to RCRA permitting
requirements" in Box A.
Code	Storage subject to RCRA permitting requirements
1	No storage subject to RCRA permitting requirements
2	Tanks
3	Containers
4	Tanks and containers
5	Other (Specify in Comments)
Box B: Treatment, disposal, or recycling subject to RCRA permitting requirements
During 1997, was treatment, disposal, or recycling of RCRA hazardous waste conducted on site in units
subject to RCRA permitting requirements? Select one code from the list below and record it in the space
provided in Box B.
Code Treatment, disposal, or recycling subject to RCRA permitting requirements
1	No, the facility did not treat, dispose, or recycle hazardous waste on site in units subject to RCRA
permitting requirements during 1997, and had no plans in 1997 to develop an on-site RCRA-
permitted treatment, disposal, or recycling system.
2	No, the facility did not treat, dispose, or recycle hazardous waste on site in units subject to RCRA
permitting requirements during 1997, but is planning to develop an on-site RCRA-permitted
treatment, disposal, or recycling system.
3	Yes, the facility treated, disposed, or recycled hazardous waste on site in units subject to RCRA
permitting requirements during 1997.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT
FORM GM - WASTE GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT
WHO MUST SUBMIT THIS FORM
A site required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report must submit Form GM if, during 1997, the site generated
any quantity of RCRA hazardous waste on site, and subsequently managed the waste on site and/or shipped the waste
off site for management. Fill out only one GM form for each hazardous wastewater managed onsite and ultimately
discharged under one of the following conditions:
	With or without prior treatment to a surface water, in accordance with an NPDES permit issued pursuant to
Section 402 of the Clean Water Act; or
	With or without pretreatment to a publicly owned treatment works (POTW), in accordance with 307(b) of
the Clean Water Act: or
	With or without prior treatment to an underground injection well, in accordance with a permit issued
pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water Act.
For these wastewaters, use only System Type codes Ml34 (Deepwell/underground injection), Ml35 (discharge to
sewer/POTW), or Ml36 (Discharge to surface water under NPDES), Note that the quantity reported for these
System Types should be the quantity of wastewater entering the pretreatment system, which may or may not be the
quantity actually discharged to the POTW, injection well, or surface water. These codes should be the only
management codes used, regardless of what treatment the wastewaters receive prior to discharge. Note that any
sludges or other non-waste waters generated from the treatment of wastewaters should still be reported if they are
hazardous.
Examples of how to fill out the form are provided in Appendix A.
PURPOSE OF THIS FORM
Form GM summarizes on-site RCRA hazardous waste generation and management in 1997. Form GM is divided
into three sections that together document the source, characteristics, and quantity of hazardous waste generated on
site; the quantity of hazardous waste managed on site and the management methods; and the quantity of hazardous
waste shipped off site for treatment, disposal, or recycling and the off-site management methods.
HOW TO FILL OUT THIS FORM
Make and submit a photocopy of Form GM for each RCRA hazardous waste that meets any of the criteria discussed
below under WASTES TO BE REPORTED. Prior to photocopying, place the pre-printed site identification label
in the top left-hand corner of the form or, if you did not receive pre-printed labels, enter the site name and EPA
Identification Number in this space.
Use the Comments section at the end of the form to clarify any entry (e.g., "Other" responses) or to continue any
entry. When entering information in the Comments section, cross-reference the section number and box letter to
which the comment refers.
NOTE: Refer to the Special Instructions beginning on page 35 for reporting lab packs, asbestos, PCBs,
waste oils, groundwater contaminated by leachate, and RCRA-radioactive mixed wastes.
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WASTES TO BE REPORTED
A separate Form GM must be submitted for each RCRA hazardous waste that was:
	Generated on site and subsequently managed on site or shipped off site in 1997;
	Generated on site in 1997 but not managed on site or shipped off site until after 1997; or
	Generated on site prior to 1997 but either managed on site or shipped off site in 1997.
RCRA hazardous wastes to be reported include those that were:
	Generated on site from a production process, service activity, or routine cleanup;
	Resulted from equipment decommissioning, spill cleanup, or remedial cleanup activity;
	Shipped off site, including hazardous waste that was received from off site (reported on Form WR)
and subsequently shipped off site without being treated or recycled on site;
	Derived from the management of non-hazardous waste; or
	Derived from the on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of previously existing hazardous waste
(i.e., a residual).
Radioactive wastes mixed with RCRA hazardous wastes should also be reported, as well as hazardous wastes
regulated only by your State (if required by your State).
Similar hazardous wastes may be combined onto one Form GM if the wastes have the same Origin code (Section I,
Box E) and Form code (Section I, Box H).
ITEM-BY-ITEM INSTRUCTIONS
Section I: Waste Characteristics
Section I requests information on each RCRA hazardous waste (hat in 1997 was generated on site and subsequently
treated, disposed, or recycled on site and/or shipped, off site for management.
Boxes A and B must be filled out. The remaining boxes request non-mandatory information.
Box A: Waste description
Provide a short narrative description of the waste, citing:
	General type;
	Source;
	Type of hazard; and
	Generic chemical name or primary hazardous constituents.
Example: "Ignitable spent solvent from degreasing operation in tool production; mixture of mineral spirits
and kerosene."
In the example, note that the general type (spent solvent), source (degreasing operation in tool production),
type of hazard (ignitability), and generic chemical names (mineral spirits and kerosene) have all been cited.
Box B: EPA hazardous waste code
Enter the four-character EPA hazardous waste code(s) that applies to the waste reported in Box A. EPA
hazardous waste codes are listed beginning on page 39. If you need room for additional codes, list the
codes in the Comments section and cross-reference Section I, Box B. If fewer than five EPA hazardous
waste codes are applicable, enter "NA" in the remaining spaces. If the waste is regulated only by your
State, enter "NA" in Box B and report the State hazardous waste codes in Box C.
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EPA Hazardous Waste Codes, page 39.
Box C: State hazardous waste code
Enter the State hazardous waste code(s) that applies to the waste reported in Box A, if:
	Your State regulates hazardous wastes not regulated as RCRA hazardous wastes, and requires
these wastes to be reported in the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report; or
	Your State uses a hazardous waste code system other than the EPA hazardous waste codes listed
on pages 39 through 60 of this booklet that applies to the waste described in Box A.
Otherwise, leave Box C blank. If you need space for additional State hazardous waste codes, list the codes
in the Comments section and cross-reference Section I, Box C.
Box D: SIC code
Enter the four-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code of the overall production, distribution, or
service activity of the site that generated this waste. Please provide the SIC code for the overall activity of
the site, even if a different code better describes the specific process that generated the waste. Therefore,
you should provide the same SIC code on all of your GM forms. The SIC code list begins on page 61.
SIC Codes, page 61.
Box E: Origin code and System Type
Review the Origin codes below. Enter the code that best describes how the hazardous waste reported tn
Box A originated. If the waste is a hazardous residual from a hazardous waste management system,
regardless of the type of that management system, report an Origin code of 5 and report the type of system
that produced the residual in the space provided. If the hazardous waste was mixed with other materials,
report the Origin code for only the hazardous waste.
Code Origin
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.
Skip to Box F if you selected Origin code 1, 2, 3, or 4.
Continue to System Type if you selected Origin code 5.
System Type
If you selected an Origin code of 5, enter the four-character System Type code that best describes the
operation from which the residual was generated.
System Type Codes, page 75.
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Example: The hazardous waste is incinerator ash generated as a result of on-site thermal treatment of a
hazardous waste sludge in a fixed hearth. The Origin code is 5 and the System Type is M042.
BoxF: Source code
Enter the Source code that best describes the production, service, or waste management process serving as
the source of waste generation. If more than one Source code is needed, continue the entry in the
Comments section.
Source Codes, page 71.
Box G: Point of measurement
Enter the code indicating whether the hazardous waste reported in Box A was mixed with other wastes prior
to being measured or estimated.
Code	Point of measurement
1	The hazardous waste was not mixed with any other waste prior to being measured
2	The hazardous waste was measured after mixing with other hazardous wastes only
3	The hazardous waste was measured after mixing with non-hazardous wastes only
4	The hazardous waste was measured after mixing with other hazardous wastes and with non-
hazardous wastes
Box H: Form code
Review the Form codes beginning on page 73 and enter the code that best corresponds to the physical form
or chemical composition of the hazardous waste reported in Box A.
Form Codes, page 73.
Box I: RCRA-radioactive mixed
Is the hazardous waste reported in Box A mixed with nuclear source, special nuclear, or by-product
material? Enter the code for the appropriate response.
Code RCRA-radioactive mixed
1	Yes
2	No
NOTE: If nuclear source, special nuclear, or by-product material (see Definitions section beginning on
page 29) as defined by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended by 42 U.S.C. 2011 et seq.
from the Atomic Energy Act, is mixed with a RCRA hazardous waste, the material is controlled
under RCRA regulation, as well as under the Atomic Energy Act (DOE, NRC, and EPA)
regulations, and is to be reported in the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report.	
Section II: On-site Generation and Management of Hazardous Waste During 1997
Boxes A and B must be completed. For each on-site process system, you must also report the System Type and
quantity treated, disposed, or recycled on site during 1997. For each hazardous wastewater managed onsite and
ultimately discharged:
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	With or without prior treatment to a surface water, in accordance with an NPDES permit issued pursuant to
Section 402 of the Clean Water Act; or
	With or without pretreatment to a publicly owned treatment works (POTW), in accordance with 307(b) of
the Clean Water Act: or
	With or without prior treatment to an underground injection well, in accordance with a permit issued
pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water Act,
use only System Type codes M134 (Deepwell/underground injection), M135 (discharge to sewer/POTW), or M136
(Discharge to surface water under NPDES). These codes should be the only management codes used, regardless of
what treatment the wastewaters receive prior to discharge. Note that any sludges or other no n-waste waters generated
from the treatment of wastewaters should still be reported if they are hazardous.
Box A:. Quantity generated in 1997
Enter the total quantity of the hazardous waste described in Section 1 that was generated during 1997. Right
justify the quantity entry. Report the UOM and density for this quantity in Box B.
Box B: UOM and Density
Enter the unit of measure (UOM) code for the quantity you reported in Box A. Report the quantity in one
of the units of measure listed on the next page. If you select a volumetric measure (gallons, liters, or
cubic yards), you must also report the density of the waste.
Code
Unit of Measure
1
Pounds
2
Short tons (2,000 pounds)
3
Kilograms
4
Metric tonnes (1,000 kilograms)
5
Gallons
6
Liters
7
, Cubic yards
Skip to Box C if you selected code 1,2,3, or 4.
Continue to Density if you selected code 5, 6, or 7.
Density
Report the density only if you entered code 5, 6, or 7 for the unit of measure. Provide the density in either
pounds per gallon (lbs/gal) or specific gravity (sg) and check the appropriate box to indicate which measure
was used.
Box C: Did this site do any of the following to this waste: treat on site, dispose on site, recycle on site, or discharge
to a sewer/POTW?
Check "Yes" or "No" to indicate if the site did any of the following to the waste reported in Box A; treat on
site, dispose on site, recycle on site, or discharge to a sewer/POTW. If you checked "Yes," complete the
blocks for On-site Process Systems I and 2. While responding to Box C is not mandatory, providing
certain information for on-site process systems is required.
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Continue to On-site Process System 1 if you checked "Yes."
Skip to Section III if you checked "No."
On-site Process Systems 1 and 2:
On-site process system type
Enter the code that describes the type of process system (see definition on page 32) in which the waste was
managed. Space is provided to report up to two different System Types. If you did not use a second on-site
process system to manage the waste, enter "NA" in the space for reporting the System Type code under On-
site Process System 2.
System Type Codes, page 75.
The space provided for the second on-site process system should be used only in the special case of
management of the same waste on site by more than one process system during 1997. Use the second on-
site process system only when:
	A waste is managed in one process system for part of a year and in another process system for the
rest of the year; or
	A waste is managed by two different process systems at the same time (i.e., management of the
waste is split between different process systems).
If more than two on-site process systems meet one of the above conditions, you need not complete the entire
form again. Simply attach a second copy of Form GM, leaving blank all entries except Section II, On-site
Process System Type. Note in the Comments section of each page "Sec. II, on-site process system type
continued on supplemental page." (Refer to page 5 for instructions on page numbering of supplemental
pages.)
The space provided for the second on-site process system should not be used to report the following:
	The on-site management of the treatment residual generated from management of the waste by the
first System Type (on-site management of treatment residuals should be reported on a separate
Form GM); or
e
	To report treatment in a series of process units (see definition on page 32). Report only process
systems, not process units.
Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled on site in 1997
Enter the quantity of hazardous waste described in Section I that was treated, disposed, or recycled by the
reported on-site process system type during 1997. Report the quantity in the same unit of measure
reported in Section II, Box B.
Example: A firm generated 100 tons of F002 solvent waste in 1997. Eighty (80) tons were recycled for
reuse in a batch distillation process system generating 5 tons of still bottoms. The remaining 20 tons were
burned in an industrial boiler.
Under On-site Process System 1, the site enters the System Type code for distillation (M021) and a quantity
of SO tons. Under On-site Process System 2, the site enters the System Type code for energy recovery of
liquids (M051) and a quantity of 20 tons. The 5 tons of still bottoms should be reported on a separate Form
GM.
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Section III: Off-site Shipment of Hazardous Waste
This section requests information on the off-site shipment of hazardous waste. Do report shipments of previously
generated hazardous wastes stored until 1997. Do report waste shipped via transfer facility. Boxes B and E are
required for each off-site shipment. The remaining boxes request non-mandatory information.
Space is provided to report shipments of the waste to three different off-site facilities. If the waste was shipped to
less than three facilities during 1997, enter "NA" in the space provided for the EPA Identification Number for the .
remaining sites and leave the rest of the row blank. If the waste you reported in Section I was shipped to more than
three off-site facilities during 1997, you need not complete the entire form again. Simply attach a second copy of
Form GM leaving blank all entries except Section III, Boxes B, C, D, and E. Note in the Comments section of each
page "Sec. Ill, Box B continued on supplemental page." (Refer to page 5 for instructions on page numbering of
supplemental pages.)
Box A: Was any of this waste shipped off site in 1997 for treatment, disposal, or recycling?
Check "Yes" or "No" to indicate if any of the waste described in Section I was shipped off site for
treatment, disposal, or recycling during 1997. While responding to Box A is not mandatory, providing
certain information for waste shipped off site is required.
Continue to Box B if you checked "Yes" in Box A.
This Form GM is complete if you checked "No" in Box A.
Box B: EPA ID No. of facility waste was shipped to
Enter the 12-digit EPA Identification Number of the facility to which the waste was shipped. For wastes
shipped to foreign countries, if the facility does not have an EPA Identification Number, enter "FC"
followed by the name of the country for the EPA Identification Number.
Box C: System type shipped to
Review the System Type codes beginning on page 75. Enter the System Type code that best describes how
the waste was initially managed at the facility reported in Box B.
System Type Codes, page 75.
Box D: Off-site availability code
Enter the code that best describes the availability of the off-site facility for commercial hazardous waste
management.
Code Off-site availability
1	The off-site facility is a commercial treatment, storage, or disposal facility.
2	The off-site facility is available only to firms owned by the same company.
Box E: Total quantity shipped in 1997
Enter the total quantity of the waste shipped to the off-site facility during 1997. Report the quantity in the
same unit of measure entered in Section II, Box B. Shipment quantities should equal the total quantity
recorded on Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifests for this site during 1997, unless there were rejections or
other complications. The quantity shipped may not necessarily equal the quantity generated (e.g., because
some waste is accumulated on site).
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT
FORM WR - WASTE RECEIVED FROM OFF SITE
WHO MUST SUBMIT THIS FORM
A site required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report must submit this form if, during 1997, it received RCRA
hazardous waste from off site.
Examples of how to fill out the form arc provided in Appendix A.
PURPOSE OF THIS FORM
Form WR identifies hazardous wastes that were received from other hazardous waste handlers and the method(s)
used to manage them. Form WR is divided into three identical parts (i.e., waste blocks), labeled Waste 1, Waste 2,
and Waste 3, that collect information on the quantities and characteristics of each hazardous waste received from an
off-site source during 1997 and managed on site.
HOW TO FILL OUT THIS FORM
You may report waste received from more than one off-site handler on the same page of the form. A separate waste
block (e.g., Waste 1) must be filled out for each hazardous waste received from each off-site handler. Hazardous
waste from the same off-site handler may be aggregated as long as a single Form code describes the physical form or
chemical composition and all of the waste is managed in a single process system (System Type code).
If your site received more than three RCRA hazardous wastes from off-site handlers during 1997, photocopy and fill
out additional copies of this form. Prior to photocopying, place the pre-printed site identification label in the top
left-hand corner of the form or, if you did not receive pre-printed labels, enter the site name and EPA Identification
Number in the space provided.
Use the Comments section at the end of the form to clarify any entry (e.g., "Other" responses) or to continue any
entry. When entering information in' the Comments section, cross-reference the waste block and box letter to which
the comment refers.
NOTE: Refer to the Special Instructions beginning on page 35 for reporting wastes received from
j-U	CESQGs and from foreign countries.
1TEM-BY-ITEM INSTRUCTIONS
For each waste reported, Boxes A, B, D, E, F, and I must be filled out. Boxes C, G, and H request non-mandatory
information.
Box A: Description of hazardous waste
Provide a short narrative description of the waste, citing:
	General type;
	Source;
	Type of hazard; and
	Generic chemical name or primary hazardous constituents.
Example: "Ignitable spent solvent used as a degreaser in tool production; mixture of mineral spirits and
kerosene."
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In the example, note that the general type (spent solvent), source (degreaser in tool production), type of
hazard (ignitability), and generic chemical names (mineral spirits and kerosene) have all been cited.
Box B: EPA hazardous waste code
Enter the EPA hazardous waste code(s) that applies to the waste reported in Box A. If you need room for
additional codes, list the codes in the Comments section and cross-reference the applicable waste block
number (e.g., Waste 1) and Box B. If fewer than four EPA hazardous waste codes are applicable, enter
"NA" in the remaining spaces. If the waste is regulated only by your State, enter "NA" in Box B and report
the State hazardous waste codes in Box C.
EPA Hazardous Waste Codes, page 39.
Box C: State hazardous waste code
Enter the State hazardous waste code(s) that applies to the waste reported in Box A, if:
	Your State regulates hazardous wastes not regulated as RCRA hazardous wastes, and requires
these wastes to be reported in the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report; or
	Your State uses a hazardous waste code system other than the EPA hazardous waste codes listed
on pages 39 through 60 of this booklet that applies to the waste described in Box A.
Otherwise, leave Box C blank. If you need space for additional State hazardous waste codes, list the codes
in the Comments section and cross-reference the applicable waste block number (e.g., Waste I) and Box C.
Box D: Off-site handler EPA ID number
Enter the I2-digit EPA Identification Number of the off-site handler from which the waste was received. If
the site does not have an EPA Identification Number, enter "NA" in the space provided and note the reason
in the Comments section. Cross-reference the applicable waste block number (e.g., Waste 1) and Box D.
If the waste reported under Waste 2 is received from the same off-site handler as the waste reported under
Waste 1, check the box to indicate that the EPA ID number is the same as the one reported in Waste 1; if
Waste 3 is received from the same off-site handler as Waste 2, check the box to indicate that the EPA ID
number is the same as the one reported under Waste 2.
NOTE: Refer to the Special Instructions beginning on page 35 for reporting wastes received from
CESQGs and from foreign countries.
Box E: Quantity received in 1997
Report the total quantity of the hazardous waste reported in Box A that was received from the off-site
handler reported in Box D during 1997. If more than one shipment of this waste was received from the
same off-site handler, add the quantities and report only the sum. Report the unit of measure and density in
Box F.
Box F: UOM and Density
Enter the unit of measure (UOM) code for the quantity you reported in Box E. Report quantities in one of
the units of measure listed on the next page. If you select a volumetric measure (gallons, liters, or cubic
yards), you must also report the density of the waste.
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Code Unit of Measure


1 Pounds


2 Short tons (2,000 pounds)


3 Kilograms


4 Metric tonnes (1,000 kilograms)


5 Gallons


6 Liters


7 Cubic yards
m3
Skip to Box G if you entered code 1,2,3, or 4.
Continue to Density if you entered code 5, 6, or 7.


Density
Complete density only if you entered code 5,6, or 7 as a unit of measure. Provide the density in either
pounds per gallon (lbs/gal) or specific gravity (sg) and check the appropriate box to indicate which measure
was used.
Box G:
Form code
Review the Form codes beginning on page 73 and enter the code that best corresponds to the physical form
or chemical composition of the hazardous waste reported in Box A.
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Box H:
RCRA-radioactive mixed
Is the hazardous waste reported in Box A mixed with nuclear source, special nuclear, or by-product
material? Enter the code for the appropriate response.

Code RCRA-radioactive mixed


1 Yes


2 No
io
NOTE: If nuclear source, special nuclear, or by-product material (see Definitions section beginning on
page 29) as defined by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended by 42 U.S.C. 2011 ct seq.
from the Atomic Energy Act, is mixed with a RCRA hazardous waste, the material is controlled
under RCRA regulation, as well as under the Atomic Energy Act (DOE, NRC, and EPA)
regulations, and is to be reported in the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report.
Box I: Svstem tvDe
Enter the code that describes the type of process system (see definition on page 32) in which the waste was
managed.


System Type Codes, page 75.
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EXCLUDED WASTES
This section presents a partial listing of excluded wastes. The wastes listed here are excluded from the definition of
a solid waste in 40 CFR 261.4(a) or are solid wastes excluded from the definition of a hazardous waste in 261.4(b).
Waste Category
Waste Description
Acid, Sulfuric
Agriculture,
Irrigation
Cement Kiln Dust
Chromium, Leather
Tanning
Coking By-products
Condenser Residue
Distillation Bottoms
Drilling Fluid
Emission Control
Waste
Fertilizer
Spent sulfuric acid used to produce virgin sulfuric acid, unless it is accumulated
speculatively as defined in 40 CFR 261.1(c).
Irrigation return flow.
Cement kiln dust waste, except as provided by 40 CFR 266.112 for facilities that burn or
process hazardous waste. Requirements for generators and managers of cement kiln dust,
including reporting requirements, are currently being determined by EPA.  Contact the
RCRA, Superfund & EPCRA Hotline (see page 3 for number) for further guidance.
A waste that is considered hazardous because it is listed due to the presence of chromium or
it has failed the Toxicity Characteristic leaching procedure due only to chromium's
presence, if it is shown by the waste generator that: (1) the chromium in the waste is
exclusively, or nearly exclusively, trivalent chromium; (2) the waste is generated from an
industrial process that uses trivalent chromium exclusively, or nearly exclusively, and the
process does not generate hexavalent chromium; and (3) the waste is typically and
frequently managed in non-oxidizing environments. Specific waste types that meet the
exclusion are listed in 40 CFR 261.4(b)(6)(ii).
EPA hazardous waste codes K060, K087, K141, K142, K143, K144, K145, K147, and
BC148, and any wastes from coke by-products processes that are hazardous only because
they exhibit the Toxicity Characteristic specified in 40 CFR 261.24 when, subsequent to
generation, these materials are recycled to coke ovens, to the tar recovery process as a
feedstock to produce coal tar, or mixed with coal tar prior to the tar's sale or refining. This
exclusion is conditioned on there being no land disposal of the wastes from the point they
are generated to the point they are recycled to coke ovens, tar recovery, or refining
processes, or are mixed with coal tar.
Non-wastewater splash condenser dross residue from the treatment of BC061 in high
temperature metals recovery units, provided it is shipped in drums (if shipped) and not land
disposed before recovery.
Used oil re-refining distillation bottoms that are used as feedstock to manufacture asphalt
products.
A drilling fluid, produced water, or other waste associated with the exploration for or the
development or production of crude oil, natural gas, or geothermal energy.
Fly ash waste, bottom ash waste, slag waste, or flue gas emission control waste generated
primarily from the combustion of coal or other fossil fuels, except as provided in 40 CFR
266. II2 for facilities that burn or process hazardous waste.
Solid waste generated from growing and harvesting of agriculture crops or raising of
animals (including production of manure), where the waste is returned to the soil as a
fertilizer.
Filters, Oil
Non-terne plated used oil filters that are not mixed with wastes listed in subpart D of 40
CFR Part 261 if these oil filters have been gravity hot-drained using one of the following
methods: (1) puncturing the filter anti-drain back valve or the filter dome end and
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Waste Category 	
Household
Groundwater,
Injected
Mining
Mining, In situ
Mining,
Overburden
Nuclear
Waste Description
hot-draining; (2) hot-draining and crushing; (3) dismantling and hot-draining; or (4) any
other equivalent hot-draining method that will remove used oil.
Household waste, including household waste that has been collected, transported, stored,
treated, disposed, recovered (e.g., refuse-derived fuel), or reused. "Household waste"
means any waste material (including garbage, trash, and sanitary wastes in septic tanks)
derived from households (including single and multiple residences, hotels and motels,
bunkhouses, ranger stations, crew quarters, campgrounds, picnic grounds, and day use
recreation areas).
A resource recovery facility managing municipal solid waste shall not be deemed to be
treating, storing, disposing, or otherwise managing hazardous wastes for the purposes of
regulation under RCRA if that facility: (1) receives and burns only household wastes
(defined above) and commercial or industrial solid waste that does not contain hazardous
waste; and (2) does not accept hazardous wastes and the owner or operator of the facility
has established contractual requirements or other appropriate notification or inspection
procedures to assure that hazardous wastes are neither received nor burned in the facility.
Injected groundwater that is hazardous only because it exhibits the Toxicity Characteristic
(EPA hazardous waste codes D018 through D043 only) in 40 CFR 261.24. Additional
details for this exclusion are provided in 40 CFR 261.4(b)(ll).
Solid waste from the extraction, beneficiation, and processing of ores and minerals
(including coal, phosphate rock, and overburden from the mining of uranium ore), except as
provided in 40 CFR 266.112 for facilities that burn or process hazardous waste. Details on
the specific wastes and activities excluded are provided in 261.4(b)(7).
Material subjected to in situ mining techniques that is not removed from the ground as part
of the extraction process.
Mining overburden returned to the mine site.
Source, special nuclear, or by-product material are defined by the Atomic Energy Act of
1954, as amended by 42 U.S.C. 2011 et seq. from the Atomic Energy Act, as follows:
"Source material" means: (1) uranium, thorium, or any other material, determined by the
Commission pursuant to the provisions of Section 2091 of this title, to be source material;
or (2) ores containing one or more of the foregoing materials in such concentration as the
Commission may by regulation determine from lime to time.
"Special nuclear material" means: (1) plutonium, uranium enriched in the isotope 233 or in
the isotope 235, and any other material which the Commission, pursuant to the provisions
of Section 2071 of this title, determines to be special nuclear material, but does not include
source material; or (2) any material artificially enriched by any of the foregoing, but does
not include source material.
"By-product material" means: (I) any radioactive material (except special nuclear
material) yielded in or made radioactive by exposure to radiation incident to the process of
producing or utilizing special nuclear material; and (2) the tailings or wastes produced by
the extraction or concentration of uranium or thorium from any ore processed primarily for
its source material content.
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Waste Category
Waste Description
03)
NOTE: If the material described by the above exclusion is mixed with a hazardous waste, the
material is regulated under RCRA as well as under the Nuclear Regulatory Act and is to be
reported in the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report.
Petroleum-
contaminated
Media and Debris
Petroleum Refining,
Recovered Oil
Pulping Liquor
Refrigerants
Petroleum-contaminated media and debris that fail the Toxicity Characteristic in 40 CFR
261.24 for EPA hazardous waste codes DO 18 through D043 only and are subject to the
corrective action regulations under 40 CFR Part 280.
Recovered oil from petroleum refining, exploration and production, and from transportation
incident thereto, which is to be inserted into the petroleum refining process (SIC code
2911) at or before a point (other than direct insertion into a coker) where contaminants are
removed. This exclusion applies to recovered oil stored or transported prior to insertion,
except that the oil must not be stored in a manner involving placement on the land, and
must not be accumulated speculatively, before being so recycled. "Recovered oil" is oil
that has been reclaimed from secondary materials (such as wastewater) generated from
normal petroleum refining, exploration and production, and transportation practices.
Recovered oil includes oil that is recovered from refinery wastewater collection and
treatment systems, oil recovered from oil and gas drilling operations, and oil Recovered
from wastes removed from crude oil storage tanks. Recovered oil does not include (among
other things) oil-bearing hazardous wastes listed in 40 CFR Part 261 (e.g., K048-K052,
F037, F038). However, oil recovered from such wastes may be considered recovered oil.
Recovered oil also does not include used oil as defined in 40 CFR 279.1.
Potentially recyclable pulping liquor (i.e., black liquor) that is reclaimed in a pulping liquor
recovery furnace and then reused in the pulping process, unless it is accumulated
speculatively as defined in 40 CFR 261.1(c).
Used chlorofluorocarbon refrigerants from totally enclosed heat transfer equipment,
including mobile air conditioning systems, mobile refrigeration, and commercial and
industrial air conditioning and refrigeration systems that use chlorofluorocarbons as the
heat transfer fluid in a refrigeration cycle, provided the refrigerant is reclaimed for further
use.
Secondary
Materials
Sewage, Domestic
Sewage Mixture
Wastewater, Point
Source Discharge
Secondary materials that are reclaimed and returned to the original process or processes in
which they were generated where they are reused in the production process provided: (1)
only tank storage is involved and the entire process through completion of reclamation is
closed by being entirely connected with pipes or other comparable enclosed means of
conveyance; (2) reclamation does not involve controlled flame combustion (such as occurs
in boilers, industrial furnaces, or incinerators); (3) the secondary materials are never
accumulated in such tanks for over twelve months without being reclaimed; and (4) the
reclaimed material is not used to produce a fuel or to produce products that are used in a
manner constituting disposal.
Any untreated sanitary wastes that pass through a sewer system.
Any mixture of domestic sewage and other wastes that passes through a sewer system to a
publicly owned treatment works (POTW) for treatment.
Industrial wastewater discharge subject to regulation under section 402 of the Clean Water
Act, as amended. This exclusion applies only to the actual point source discharge. It does
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Waste Category		Waste Description	
not exclude industrial wastewaters while they are being collected, stored, or treated before
discharge, nor does it exclude sludges generated by industrial wastewater treatment.
Wood, Wood	Solid waste consisting of discarded arsenical-treated wood or wood products that fail the
Products	Toxicity Characteristic for EPA hazardous waste codes D004 through D017, are not
considered hazardous for any other reason, and are generated by persons who utilize the
arsenical-treated wood and wood products for the materials' intended end uses. Also, spent
wood preserving solutions that are reclaimed and reused for their original intended purpose;
and wastewaters from the wood preserving processes that have been reclaimed and are used
to treat wood.
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DEFINITIONS
This section contains definitions of terms helpful for completing the Biennial Report. For terms defined in the Code
of Federal Regulations (CFR), the appropriate citation is provided.
Accumulation	A site that does not hold RCRA Interim Status or a RCRA permit may
accumulate hazardous waste for a short period of time before shipping it off site.
The waste must be accumulated in either tanks or containers; it may not be
accumulated in surface impoundments.
Generators of more than 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) of hazardous waste per month may
accumulate their waste for up to 90 days before shipping it off site. Generators
of 100 kg (220 lbs) to 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) of hazardous waste per month may
accumulate their waste for up to 180 days before shipping it off site. If the
nearest treatment, storage, disposal, or recycling facility to which they can send
their waste is more than 200 miles away, they may accumulate their waste for
270 days. See 40 CFR 262.34.
Acute Hazardous Waste	Any hazardous waste with an EPA hazardous waste code beginning with the
letter "P" (40 CFR 261.33(e)) or any of the following "F' codes: F020, F021,
F022, F023, F026, and F027 (40 CFR 261.31). These wastes are subject to
stringent quantity standards for accumulation and generation (40 CFR 261.5(e)).
A State that has obtained authorization from EPA to direct its own RCRA
program.
For purposes of the Biennial Report, a by-product material is (1) any radioactive
material (except special nuclear material) yielded in or made radioactive by
exposure to the radiation incident to the process of producing or utilizing special
nuclear material; and (2) the tailings or wastes produced by the extraction or
concentration of uranium or thorium from any ore processed primarily for its
source material content (defined in the Atomic Energy Act of 1954).
Information a facility does not wish to make available to the general public for
competitive business reasons. Confidential Business Information (CBI) may be
claimed for certain information in your report. A claim may be made in
accordance with 40 CFR Part 2, Subpart B.
A CESQG is a generator that meets the following criteria:
(a) In every single month during 1997, the site generated no more than 100
kg (220 lbs) of hazardous waste, and no more than 1 kg (2.2 lbs) of
acute hazardous waste, and no more than 100 kg (220 lbs) of material
from the cleanup spillage of acute hazardous waste; and
Authorized State
By-product Material
Confidential Business
Information (CBI)
Conditionally Exempt Small
Quantity Generator (CESQG)
(b) the site accumulated at any time during 1997 no more than 1,000 kg
(2,200 lbs) of hazardous waste, and no more than 1 kg (2.2 lbs) of acute
hazardous waste, and no more than 100 kg (220 lbs) of material from the
cleanup of a spillage of acute hazardous waste; and
 the site treated or disposed of the hazardous waste in a manner consistent
with regulatory provisions.
Code of Federal	Codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal
Regulations (CFR)	Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.
The Code is divided into 50 titles which represent broad areas subject to Federal
regulation. Each title is divided into chapters that usually bear the name of the
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DEFINITIONS
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Delisted Wastes
Disposal
Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA)
EPA Identification Number
Excluded Wastes
Facility
Generator
Handler
Hazardous Waste
Hazardous Waste Number or
. Code, EPA
issuing agency. Each chapter is further subdivided into parts covering specific
regulatory areas. The CFR title applicable for the Biennial Report is "40," as in
"40 CFR 262.34."
Site-specific wastes excluded from reporting under 40 CFR 260.20 and 260.22.
A waste at a particular generating site may be excluded by petitioning the EPA
Administrator for a regulatory amendment. These wastes are listed in Appendix
IX of 40 CFR Part 261.
As defined in 40 CFR 260.10, the discharge, deposit, injection, dumping,
spilling, leaking, or placing of any solid waste or hazardous waste into or on any
land or water so that such solid waste or hazardous waste or any constituent
thereof may enter the environment or be emitted into the air or discharged into
any waters, including ground waters. For purposes of the Biennial Report,
disposal generally refers to the hazardous waste management methods defined by
System Type codes M131 through M134, and M137.
EPA, also called U.S. EPA, means the United States Environmental Protection
Agency. Some State environmental authorities may be called EPA also, as in
"Illinois EPA."
A 12-character number assigned by EPA to each generator, transporter, and
treatment, disposal, or storage facility (40 CFR 260.10). Facilities that are not
generators, but that anticipate generation activities may also apply for and
receive an EPA Identification Number. The first two characters are the two-
letter abbreviation for the State in which the site is physically located. The third
character can be either alphabetical or numeric. The remaining nine characters
are always numeric.
Wastes exempted from regulation under 40 CFR 261.3 and 261.4. See page 25
for a partial listing.
As defined in 40 CFR 260.10, all contiguous land, and structures, other
appurtences, and improvements on the land, used for treating, storing, or
disposing of hazardous waste. A facility may consist of several treatment,
storage, or disposal units (e.g., one or more landfills, surface impoundments, or
combinations of them).
Any person, by site, whose act or process produces hazardous waste identified in
40 CFR Part 261 or whose act first causes a hazardous waste to become subject
to regulation (40 CFR 260.10). See also the definitions for conditionally exempt
small quantity generator, large quantity generator, and small quantity generator.
A generator, transfer facility, TSD facility, or other entity that handles hazardous
waste.
Solid waste that possesses at least one of four hazardous characteristics
(ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, and toxicity) or appears on special EPA lists.
A hazardous waste is regulated under Subtitle C of RCRA. The regulatory
definition of hazardous waste is found in 40 CFR 261.3.
The number (or code) assigned by EPA to each hazardous waste listed in 40
CFR Part 261, Subpart D and to each characteristic identified in 40 CFR Part
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Incineration
Interim (Permit)
Status
Large Quantity
Generator (LQG)
261, Subpart C. The codes consist of one letter (D, F, P, U, or K) and three
numbers. The list of EPA hazardous waste codes begins on page 39,
Burning of certain types of solid, liquid, or gaseous materials; or a treatment
technology involving destruction of waste by controlled burning at high
temperatures (e.g., burning sludge to remove the water and reduce the remaining
residues to a safe, non-burnable ash that can be disposed safely on land, in some
waters, or in underground locations).
Period during which the owner/operator of an existing TSD facility is treated as
having been issued a RCRA permit even though he/she has not yet received a
final determination. An existing facility should have automatically qualified for
interim status if the owner/operator filed both timely "notification" and the first
part (Part A) of the RCRA permit application. Interim status continues until a
final determination is made to issue or deny the permit. Owners/operators of
new facilities cannot by definition qualify for interim status; rather, they need a
RCRA permit prior to beginning construction of a hazardous waste management
facility.
A site is an LQG if it met any of the following criteria during the year:
(a) The site generated in one or more months 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) or more
of RCRA hazardous waste; or
(b) the site generated in one or more months, or accumulated at any time, 1
kg (2.2 lbs) of RCRA acute hazardous waste; or
 the site generated or accumulated at any time more than 100 kg (220 lbs)
of spill cleanup material contaminated with RCRA acute hazardous
waste. '
Management, or Hazardous
Waste Management
Manifest, Uniform Hazardous
Waste
Off-site Facility
On-site Facility
Operator
RCRA hazardous wastes managed in systems regulated under the Clean Water
Act or the Safe Drinking Water Act, or wastes that are recycled or reclaimed, or
wastes regulated only by your State are not to be counted in determining whether
a site is a LQG.
Systematic control of the collection, source separation, storage, transportation,
processing, treatment, recovery, or disposal of hazardous waste (40 CFR
260.10).
The shipped document EPA form 8700-22 and, if necessary, Form 8700-22A,
originated and signed by a generator in accordance with the instructions included
in the appendix to 40 CFR Part 262. The "cradle-to-grave" paperwork must
accompany a shipment of hazardous waste as it moves from the generator to the
transporter and eventually to the hazardous waste management facility.
A hazardous waste treatment, storage, disposal, or recycling area located at a
place away from the generating site.
A hazardous waste treatment, storage, disposal, or recycling area located on the *
generating site.
Person responsible for the overall operation of a facility (40 CFR 260.10).
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Owner
Process System
Process Unit
Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act (RCRA)
Person who owns a facility or part of a facility (40 CFR 260.10).
For purposes of the Biennial Report, a process system refers to one or more units
used together to treat, recover, or dispose a hazardous waste. The process
system begins at the unit where the hazardous waste first enters and consists of
all other treatment, recovery, or disposal units downstream from the point of
entry. Note that storage is not considered a process system.
Classify each process system with a System Type code that best identifies the
primary purpose/operation it performs. For example, a process system to
remove dissolved metals from wastewater typically includes equalization, pH
adjustment, chemical precipitation, fiocculation, clarification/settling, and
dewatering of the sludge removed from the bottom of the clarifier. The chemical
precipitation process best identifies the primary purpose of this treatment system
- to remove metals from the wastewater. Therefore, categorize the process
system under the System Type of chemical precipitation (M077). A listing of
System Type codes begins on page 75.
For purposes of the Biennial Report, a process unit refers to a single type of
treatment (e.g., tank, distillation column, surface impoundment) in which
hazardous waste is treated, disposed, or recycled.
The Solid Waste Disposal Act as amended by the Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act (RCRA) (40 CFR 270.2). It is the Federal statute that regulates
the generation, treatment, storage, disposal, recycling, and/or transportation of
solid and hazardous waste.
RCRA Interim (Permit) Status Refer to "Interim (Permit) Status" definition on page 31.
RCRA Permit
Recycling
Residual
Site
A complete RCRA permit is comprised of an operating permit for hazardous
waste treatment, storage, and disposal, and a corrective action permit addressing
releases from solid waste management unit (SWMUs). To apply for a permit, a
site must file a two-part application (Part A and Part B). A facility is not
considered to have a complete RCRA permit until both parts have been issued.
Use, reuse, or reclamation of a material (40 CFR 261.1(c)(7)). "Reclamation" is
the processing or regeneration of a material to recover a usable product (e.g.,
recovery of lead values from spent batteries, regeneration of spent solvents) (40
CFR 261.1(c)(4)). A.material is "used or reused" if it is either: (1) employed as
an ingredient (including use as an intermediate) in an industrial process to make
a product (e.g., distillation bottoms from one process used as feedstock in
another process) (40 CFR 261.1 (c)(5)). However, a material will not satisfy this
condition if distinct components of the material are recovered as separate end
products (as when metals are recovered from metal-containing secondary
materials); or (2) employed in a particular function or application as an effective
substitute for a commercial product (e.g., spent pickle liquor used as
phosphorous precipitant and sludge conditioner in wastewater treatment).
A hazardous waste derived from the treatment, disposal, or recycling of a
previously existing hazardous waste (e.g., the sludge remaining after initial
wastewater treatment).
For purposes of the Biennial Report, any holder of an EPA Identification
Number. A site may be a generator, a transfer facility, a TSD facility, or a
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Sludge
Small Quantity Generator
(SQG)
combination of the three, or a non-regulaied Facility that, even though it is not
required to, has requested and received an EPA Identification Number.
Any solid, semi-solid, or liquid waste generated from a municipal, commercial,
or industrial wastewater treatment plant, water supply treatment plant, or air
pollution control facility exclusive of the treated effluent from a wastewater
treatment plant (40 CFR 260.10).
An SQG is defined by all the following criteria:
(a)	In one or more months of the year the site generated more than 100 kg
(220 lbs) of hazardous waste, but in no month did the site generate:
(1) 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) or more of hazardous waste, or (2) 1 kg (2.2 lbs)
or more of acute hazardous waste, or (3) 100 kg (220 lbs) or more of
material from the cleanup of a spillage of acute hazardous waste; and
(b)	the site accumulated at any time during the year no more than 1 kg (2.2
lbs) of acute hazardous waste and no more than 100 kg (220 lbs) of
material from the cleanup of a spillage of acute hazardous waste; and
(c)	the site stored its wastes in tanks or containers in a manner consistent
with regulatory provisions.
OR, the site is a Small Quantity Generator if during the year:
(a)	The site met all other criteria for a Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity
Generator (CESQG), but
(b)	the site accumulated 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs) or more of hazardous waste.
Solid Waste	Any garbage, refuse, or sludge, or other materials not excluded under 40 CFR
261.4(a). Exclusions include domestic sewage and any mixture of other wastes
that pass through a sewer system to a publicly owned treatment works (POTWs);
industrial wastewater discharges that are point source discharges subject to
regulation under the Clean Water Act; irrigation return flows; nuclear materials
defined by the Atomic Energy Act; and in situ mining materials (see also page
25). Wastewaters being collected, stored, or treated before discharge and
sludges generated by wastewater treatment are not excluded. EPA defines
hazardous waste as a subset of solid waste.
Source Material	As defined by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954: (1.) Uranium, thorium, or any
other material determined by the Commission pursuant to the provisions of
Section 2091 of this title to be source material; or (2) ores containing one or
more of the foregoing materials in such concentration as the Commission may by
regulation determine from time to time.
Special Nuclear Material	As defined by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954: (1) plutonium, uranium enriched
in the isotope 233 or in the isotope 235, and any other material which the
Commission, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2071 of this title, determines
to be special nuclear material, but does not include source material; or (2) any
material artificially enriched by any of the foregoing, but does not include source
material.
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Standard Industrial
Classification (SIC) Code
A four-digit coding system, developed by the Census Bureau and the Office of
Management and Budget (OMB), that categorizes the principal product or group
of products produced or distributed, or services rendered, at a site's physical
location.
Storage
Super-fund
Surface Impoundment
Transfer Facility
Transporter
Treatment
Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal (TSD) Facility
Temporary holding of hazardous waste until it is treated, disposed, or stored
elsewhere (40 CFR 260.10). Storage methods include containers, tanks, and
surface impoundments.
The program operated under the legislative authority of the Comprehensive
Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and
Superfund Amendment Reauthorization Act (SARA) that funds and carries out.
the solid waste emergency response and long-term remedial activities of EPA.
A natural topographic depression, man-made excavation, or diked area formed
primarily from earthen materials (though it may be lined with man-made
materials) that is designed to accumulate liquid wastes or wastes containing free
liquids, and that is not an injection well {40 CFR 260.10).
Any transportation related facility including loading docks, parking areas,
storage areas, and other similar areas where shipments of hazardous waste are
held during the normal course of transportation (40 CFR 260.10).
A person that transports hazardous waste off site, by air, rail, road, or water (40
CFR 260.10). Transporters must comply with 40 CFR Part 263.
Any method, technique, or process, including neutralization, designed to: (1)
change the physical, chemical, or biological character or composition of any
hazardous waste so as to neutralize such waste; (2) recover energy or material
resources from the waste; or (3) render such waste non-hazardous or less
hazardous, safer to transport, store, or dispose, or amenable to recovery, storage,
or reduction in volume (40 CFR 260.10).
A facility that treats, stores, or disposes hazardous waste.
Unit
Refer to "Process Unit" definition on page 32,
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
These instructions explain how to complete the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report for wastes and waste handlers with
unique regulatory or reporting requirements.
Asbestos, PCBs, waste oils	In most cases, do not report asbestos, PCBs, and waste oils. However, you must
report them if any of the following conditions exist:
(1)	If your State specifically requires that these wastes be reported;
(2)	If a listed RCRA hazardous waste (i.e., EPA hazardous waste code that
begins with "F," "K," "P," or "U") is mixed with asbestos, PCBs, or
waste oil, in which case the entire mixture is a hazardous waste; or
(3)	If the waste possesses one or more of the characteristics that result in
assigning an EPA hazardous waste code beginning with "D,"
Do not report "used oil that exhibits one or more of the characteristics of
hazardous waste (criterion 3 above) but is recycled in some other manner than
being burned for energy recovery" (40 CFR 261.6 (a)(3)(iii)). Do report it if the
waste oil is burned or disposed.
Lab packs	The following rules apply to the reporting of lab pack wastes in the 1997
Hazardous Waste Report:
(1)	You may aggregate Lab pack waste containers in most cases. However,
you must report them as separate wastes under the following conditions:
	If they contain RCRA acute hazardous wastes (i.e., EPA
hazardous waste codes F020, F021, F022, F023, F026, F027, and all
"P" waste codes). Report separately from lab packs containing
other RCRA hazardous wastes (all other EPA hazardous waste
codes).
 If they are managed differently from each other. For example,
report lab packs shipped to landfills separately from those
incinerated.
(2)	Enter a form code (see page 73) indicating lab packs (i.e., B001, B002,
B003, B0Q4, or B009) in Section I, Box H of Form GM, or Box G of
Form WR. These Form codes are to be used with any lab pack, whether
the wastes are gaseous, liquid, solid, or sludge.
(3)	It is not necessary to report every EPA hazardous waste code included in
a batch of lab packs. Record one, or a few predominant, EPA hazardous
waste codes in Section I, Box B of Form GM, or Box B of Form WR. If
there are many EPA hazardous waste codes associated with the batch of
lab packs, enter "LABP" in the first four-character field in Section I, Box
B of Form GM, or Box B of Form WR; then enter "NA" in the
remaining spaces for EPA hazardous waste codes.
(4)	When reporting quantities for lab packs:
	Include the weight of the containers if they are disposed (e.g.,
landfilled) or treated (e.g., incinerated) with the waste.
	Exclude the weight of the containers if tbe waste is removed from
the containers before treatment or disposal.
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(5) Origin codes for lab packs vary depending on the situation. Review the
Origin codes carefully (see page 13) to determine which is most
appropriate in your case.
Groundwater contaminated by Groundwater contaminated by RCRA hazardous waste leachate is not considered
leachate	a solid waste and is, therefore, not classified as a hazardous waste. However,
because hazardous waste is "contained in" the groundwater, it must be treated
"as if' it were a RCRA hazardous waste. When reporting groundwater
contaminated by leachate in the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report, observe the
following conventions:
(1) Do not report generation quantities for contaminated groundwater.
Enter "NA" in Form GM, Section II, Box A. Explain in the Comments
section that it is groundwater, not a hazardous waste, that was generated
on site.
RCRA-radioactive mixed
wastes
Wastes received from
Conditionally Exempt Small
Quantity Generators
(CESQGs)
(2) Do report quantities managed on site (Form GM, Section II, On-site
Process Systems 1 and 2); quantities shipped off site for management
(Form GM, Section III); and quantities received from off site and
managed on site (Form WR, Box E).
By themselves, source material, special nuclear material, or by-product materials
(See Definitions section beginning on page 29), as defined by the Atomic Energy
Act of 1954 and amended by 42 U.S.C, 2011 et. seq., are not classified as
hazardous wastes under RCRA. However, if these materials are mixed with a
RCRA hazardous waste, the material is controlled under RCRA regulation, as
well as under the Atomic Energy Act (DOE, NRC, and EPA) regulations, and is
to be reported in the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report.
Waste management facilities sometimes receive hazardous wastes from large
numbers of Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators (CESQGs) or other
handlers that do not have RCRA EPA Identification Numbers. To minimize the
response burden for filling out the WR form for these wastes, you may aggregate
the wastes across generating sites, in accordance with the following guidelines:
(1)	All the wastes must have the same EPA hazardous waste code (Box B),
State hazardous waste code (Box C), Form code (Box G), RCRA-
radioactive mixed code (Box H), and System Type code (Box I),
(2)	Wastes received from different States must be reported separately. For
the off-site handler EPA ID number (Box D), the entry should include
the two letter postal code of the originating State, followed by the letters
"CESQG."
For example, wastes received from several CESQGs in the State of Alaska (AK)
that share a common EPA hazardous waste code. State hazardous waste code,
Form code, RCRA-radioactive mixed code, and System Type code could be
aggregated in a single waste block of Form WR (e.g., Waste 1). In Box D, the
off-site handler EPA ID number is entered as "AKCESQG."
Wastes received from foreign Report on Form WR all wastes received by your facility from a foreign site that
countries	were managed on site. If the foreign site has an EPA Identification (ID)
Number, report receipts from that site just as you would report receipts from a
domestic site. If the site does not have an EPA ID Number, report the code
"FC for foreign country followed by the name of the country in the space for
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the EPA ID number. Report on Form 01 the name and address of all foreign
generators, if this form is required by your State.
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EPA HAZARDOUS WASTE CODES
Code
Waste description
Code
Waste description
CHARACTERISTICS OF HAZARDOUS
D026
Cresol
WASTE (SEE40 CFR 261.24)




D027
1,4-Di chlorobenzene
D001
Ignitable waste
D028
1,2-Dichloroethane
D002
Corrosive waste
D029
1,1-Dichloroethylene
D003
Reactive waste
D030
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
D004
Arsenic
D031
Heptachlor (and its epoxide)
D005
Barium
D032
He xac hi orobenzene
D006
Cadmium
D033
Hexachlorobutadiene
D007
Chromium
D034
Hexachloroethane
D008
Lead
D035
Methyl ethyl ketone
D009
Mercury
D036
Nitrobenzene
D010
Selenium
D037
Pentachlorophenol
D011
Silver
D038
Pyridine
D012
Endrin
D039
Tetrachloroethylene
DO 13
Lindane
D040
Trie hi ore thy lene
DOM
Methoxychlor
D04I
2,4,5 -Trie hi orophe nol
DO 15
Toxaphene
D042
2,4,6-TrichIorophenol
D016
2,4-D
D043
Vinyl chloride
D017	2,4,5-TP Silvex
D018	Benzene
DO 19	Carbon tetrachloride
D020	Chlordane
D021	Chlorobenzene
D022	Chloroform
D023	o-Cresol
D024	m-Cresol
 D025	p-Cresol
HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM NONSPECIFIC .
SOURCES (SEE 40 CFR 261.31)
F001 The following spent halogenated solvents
used in degreasing: tetrachloroethylene,
trie hi ore thy lene, methylene chloride, 1,1,1-
trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride and
chlorinated fluorocarbons; all spent solvent
mixtures/blends used in degreasing
containing, before use, a total of ten percent
or more (by volume) of one or more of the
above halogenated solvents or those solvents^
listed in F002, F004, and F005; and still
bottoms from the recovery of these spent
solvents and spent solvent mixtures.
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F002 The following spent halogenated solvents:
tetrachloroethylene, methylene chloride,
trichloroethylene, 1,1,1 -trichloroc thane,
chlorobenzene, ], 1,2-trichloro-1,2,2-
trifluoroethane.ortho-dichlorobenzene,
trichlorofluoromethane, and 1,1,2,
trichloroethane; all spent solvent
mixtures/blends containing, before use, a
total of ten percent or more (by volume) of
one or more of the above halogenated
solvents or those solvents listed in F001,
F004, and F005; and still bottoms from the
recovery of these spent solvents and spent
solvent mixtures.
F003 The following spent non-halogenated
solvents: xylene, acetone, ethyl acetate, ethyl
benzene, ethyl ether, methyl isobutyl ketone,
n-butyl alcohol, cyclohexanone, and
methanol; all spent solvent mixtures/ blends
containing, before use, only the above spent
nonhalogenated solvents; and all spent
solvent mixtures/blends containing, before
use, one or more of the above
nonhalogenated solvents, and a total of ten
percent or more (by volume) of one or more
of those solvents listed in F001, F002, F004,
and F005; and still bottoms from the
recovery of these spent solvents and spent
solvent mixtures.
F002, or F004; and still bottoms from the
recovery of these spent solvents and spent
solvent mixtures.
F006 Wastewater treatment sludges from
electroplating operations except from the
following processes: (1) sulfuric acid
anodizing of aluminum; (2) tin plating on
carbon steel; (3) zinc plating (segregated
basis) on carbon steel; (4) aluminum or zinc-
aluminum plating on carbon steel; (5)
cleaning/stripping associated with tin, zinc,
and aluminum plating on carbon steel; and
(6) chemical etching and milling of
aluminum.
F007 Spent cyanide plating bath solutions from
electroplating operations.
F008 Plating bath residues from the bottom of
plating baths from electroplating operations
in which cyanides are used in the process.
F009 Spent stripping and cleaning bath solutions
from electroplating operations in which
cyanides are used in the process.
F010 Quenching bath residues from oil baths from
metal heat treating operations in which
cyanides are used in the process.
F004 The following spent nonhalogenated
solvents: cresols, cresylic acid, and
nitrobenzene; and the still bottoms from the
recovery of these solvents; all spent solvent
mixtures/blends containing, before use, a
total of ten percent or more (by volume) of
one or more of the above nonhalogenated
solvents or those solvents fisted in F001,
F002, and F005; and still bottoms from the
recovery of these spent solvents and spent
solvent mixtures.
F005 The following spent nonhalogenated
solvents: toluene, methyl ethyl ketone,
carbon disulfide, isobutanol, pyridine,
benzene, 2-ethoxyethanol, and 2-
nitropropane; all spent solvent
mixtures/blends containing, before use, a
total of ten percent or more (by volume) of
one or more of the above nonhalogenated
solvents or those solvents listed in F001,
FOI1 Spent cyanide solutions from slat bath pot
cleaning from metal heat treating operations.
F012 Quenching wastewater treatment sludges
from metal heat treating operations in which
cyanides are used in the process.
F019 Wastewater treatment sludges from the
chemical conversion coating of aluminum
except from zirconium phosphating in
aluminum can washing when such
phosphating is an exclusive conversion
coating process.
F020 Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon
from hydrogen chloride purification) from
the production or manufacturing use (as a
reactant, chemical intermediate, or
component in a formulating process) of tri-
or tetrachlorophenol or of intermediates used
to produce their pesticide .derivatives. (This
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Code Waste description
listing does not include wastes from the
production of hexachlorophcnc from highly
purified 2,4,5-trichlorophenol.)
F021 Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon
from hydrogen chloride purification) from
the production or manufacturing use (as a
reactant, chemical intermediate, or
component in a formulating process) of
pentachlorophenol, or of intermediates used
to produce derivatives.
F022 Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon
from hydrogen chloride purification) from
the manufacturing use (as a reactant,
chemical intermediate, or component in a
formulating process) of tetra-, penta-, or
hexachlorobenzenes under alkaline
conditions.
F023 Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon
from hydrogen chloride purification) from
the production of materials on equipment
previously used for the production or
manufacturing use (as a reactant, chemical
intermediate, or component in a formulating
process) of tri- and tetrachlorophenols.
(This listing does not include wastes from
equipment Used only for the production or
use of hexachlorophene from highly purified
2,4,5-trichlorophenol.)
F024 Process wastes including, but not limited to,
distillation residues, heavy ends, tars, and
reactor clean-out wastes, from the
production of certain chlorinated aliphatic
hydrocarbons by free radical catalyzed
processes. These chlorinated aliphatic
hydrocarbons are those having carbon chain
lengths ranging from one to and including
five, with varying amounts and positions of
chlorine substitution. (This listing does not
include wastewaters, wastewater treatment
sludge, spent catalysts, and wastes listed in
Sections 261.31. or 261.32.)
F025 Condensed light ends, spent filters and filter
aids, and spent desiccant wastes from the
production of certain chlorinated aliphatic
hydrocarbons, by free radical catalyzed
processes. These chlorinated aliphatic
hydrocarbons are those having carbon chain
lengths ranging from one, to and including
five, with varying amounts and positions of
chlorine substitution.
F026 Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon
from hydrogen chloride purification) from
the production of materials on equipment
previously used for the manufacturing use
(as a reactant, chemical intermediate, or
component in a formulating process) of
tetra-, penta-, or hexachlorobenzene under
alkaline conditions.
F027 Discarded unused formulations containing
tri-, tetra-, or pentachlorophenol or
discarded unused formulations containing
compounds derived from these
chlorophenols. (Thislistingdoesnot
include formulations containing
hexachlorophene synthesized from
prepurified 2,4,5-trichlorophenol as the sole
component.)
F028 Residues resulting from the incineration or
thermal treatment of soil contaminated with
EPA hazardous waste nos. F020, F021,
F022, F023, F026, and F027.
F032 Wastewaters, process residuals, preservative
drippage, and spent formulations from wood
preserving processes generated at plants that
currently use, or have previously used,
chlorophenolic formulations [except
potentially cross-contaminated wastes that
have had the F032 waste code deleted in
accordance with Section 261.35 (i.e., the
newly promulgated equipment cleaning or
replacement standards), and where the
generator does not resume or initiate use of
chlorophenolic formulations]. (This listing
does not include K001 bottom sediment
sludge from the treatment of wastewater
from wood preserving processes that use
creosote and/or pentachlorophenol.)
F034 Wastewaters, process residuals, preservative
drippage, and spent formulations from wood
preserving processes generated at plants that
use creosote formulations. This listing does
not include K001 bottom sediment sludge
from the treatment of wastewater from wood
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Code Waste description
preserving processes that use creosote and/or
pentachlorophenol.
F035 Wastewaters, process residuals, preservative
drip page, and spent formulations from wood
preserving processes generated at plants that
use inorganic preservatives containing
arsenic or chromium. This listing does not
include K001 bottom sediment sludge from
the treatment of wastewater from wood
preserving processes that use creosote and/or
pentachlorophenol.
F037 Petroleum refinery primary oil/water/solids
separation sludge - Any sludge generated
from the gravitational separation of
oil/water/solids during the storage or
treatment of process wastewaters and oily
cooling wastewaters from petroleum
refineries. Such sludges include, but are not 
limited to, those generated in oil/water/solids
separators; tanks and impoundments; ditches
and other conveyances; sumps; and storm
water units receiving dry weather flow.
Sludges generated in storm water units that
do not receive dry weather flow, sludges
generated in aggressive biological treatment
units as defined in Section
261.31 (b)(2)(including sludges generated in
one or more additional units after
wastewaters have been treated in aggressive
biological treatment units), and K051 wastes
are exempted from this listing.
and K051 wastes are exempted from this
listing.
F039 Leachate resulting from the treatment,
storage, or disposal of wastes classified by
more than one waste code under Subpart D,
or from a mixture of wastes classified under
Subparts C and D of this part. (Leachate
resulting from the management of one or
more of the following EPA Hazardous
Wastes and no other hazardous wastes
retains its hazardous waste code(s): F020,
F021, F022, F023, F026, F027, and/or
F028.)
HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM SPECIFIC
SOURCES (SEE 40 CFR 261.32)
K001 Bottom sediment sludge from the treatment
of wastewaters from wood preserving
processes that use creosote and/or
pentachlorophenol.
K002 Wastewater treatment sludge from the
production of chrome yellow and orange
pigments.
K003 Wastewater treatment sludge from the
production of molybdate orange pigments.
K004 Wastewater treatment sludge from the
production of zinc yellow pigments.
F038 Petroleum refinery secondary (emulsified)
oil/water/solids separation sludge - Any
sludge and/or float generated from the
physical and/or chemical separation of
Oil/water/solids in process wastewaters and
oily cooling wastewaters from petroleum
refineries. Such wastes include, but are not
limited to, all sludges and floats generated in
induced air flotation (IAF) units, tanks and
impoundments, and all sludges generated in
DAF units. Sludges generated in stormwater
units that do not receive dry weather flow,
sludges generated in aggressive biological
treatment units as defined in Section
261.31 (b)(2) (including sludges generated in
one or more additional units after
wastewaters have been treated in aggressive
biological treatment units), and F037, K048,
K005 Wastewater treatment sludge from the
production of chrome green pigments.
K006 Wastewater treatment sludge from the
production of chrome oxide green pigments
(anhydrous and hydrated).
K007 Wastewater treatment sludge from the
production of iron blue pigments.
K008 Oven residue from the production of chrome
oxide green pigments.
K009 Distillation bottoms from the production of
- acetaldehyde from ethylene.
K010 Distillation side cuts from the production of
acetaldehyde from ethylene.
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Code Waste description
KOI 1 Bottom stream fromjthe wastewater stripper
in the production of acrylonitrile.
K013 Bottom stream from the acetonitrile column
in the production of acrylonitrile.
K014 Bottoms from the acetonitrile purification
column in the production of acrylonitrile.
K015 Still bottoms from the distillation of benzyl
chloride.
KO16 Heavy ends or distillation residues from the
production of carbon tetrachloride.
K017 Heavy ends (still bottoms) from the
purification column in the production of
epichlorohydrin.
KO 18 Heavy ends from the fractionation column in
ethyl chloride production.
KOI 9 Heavy ends from the distillation of ethylene
dichloride in ethylene dichloride production.
K020 Heavy ends from the distillation of vinyl
chloride in vinyl chloride monomer
production.
K021 Aqueous spent antimony catalyst waste from
fluoromethane production.
K022 Distillation bottom tars from the production
of phenol/acetone from cumene.
K023 ' Distillation light ends from the production of
phthalic anhydride from naphthalene.
K024 Distillation bottoms from the production of
phthalic anhydride from naphthalene.
K025 Distillation bottoms from the production of
nitrobenzene by the nitration of benzene.
K026 Stripping still tails from the production of
methyl ethyl pyridines.
K027 Centrifuge and distillation residues from
toluene diisocyanate production. 
K028 Spent catalyst from the hydrochlorinator
reactor in the production of 1,1,1-trichloroethane.
K029 Waste from the product steam stripper in the
production of 1,1,1 -trichioroethane.
K030 Column bottoms or heavy ends from the
combined production of trichloroethyiene
and perchloroethylene.
K031 By-product salts generated in the production
of MSMA and cacodyltc acid.
K032 Wastewater treatment sludge from the
production of chlordane.
K033 Wastewater and scrub water from the
chlorination of cyclopentadiene in the
production of chlordane.
K034 Filter solids from the filtration of
hexachlorocyclopentadiene in the production
of chlordane.
K035 Wastewater treatment sludges generated in
the production of creosote.
K036 Still bottoms from toluene reclamation
distillation in the production of disulfoton.
K037 Wastewater treatment sludges from the
production of disulfoton.
K038 Wastewater from the washing and stripping
of phorate production.
K039 Filter cake from the filtration of
diethylphosphorodithioic acid in the
production of phorate.
K040 Wastewatertreatmentsludgefromthe
production of phorate.
K041 Wastewater treatment sludge from the
production of toxaphene.
K042 . Heavy ends or distillation residues from the
distillation of tetrachlorobenzene in the
production of 2,4,5-T.
K043 2,6-dichIorophenol waste from the
production of 2,4-D.
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Code Waste description
K044 Wastewater treatment sludges from the
manufacturing and processing of explosives,
K045 Spent carbon from the treatment of
wastewater containing explosives.
K046 Wastewater treatment sludges from the
manufacturing, formulation, and loading of
lead-based initiating compounds.
K047 Pink/red water from TNT operations.
K048 Dissolved air flotation (DAF) float from the
petroleum refining industry.
K049 Slop oil emulsion solids from the petroleum
refining industry.
K050 Heat exchanger bundle cleaning sludge from
the petroleum refining industry.
K051 API separator sludge from the petroleum
refining industry.
K052 Tank bottoms (leaded) from the petroleum
refining industry.
K060 Ammonia still lime sludge from coking
operations.
K061 Emission control dust/sludge from the
primary production of steel in electric
furnaces.
K062 Spent pickle liquor from steel finishing
operations of plants that produce iron or
steel.
K064 Acid plant blowdown slurry/sludge resulting
from the thickening of blowdown slurry
from primary copper production.
K065 Surface impoundment solids contained in
. and dredged from surface impoundments at
primary lead smelting facilities.
K066 Sludge from treatment of process wastewater
and/or acid plant blowdown from primary
zinc production.
. K069 Emission control dust/sludge from secondary
l'ead smelting.
K071 Brine purification muds from the mercury
cell process in chlorine production, in which
separately prepurified brine is not used.
K073 Chlorinated hydrocarbon waste from the
purification step of the diaphragm cell
process using graphite anodes in chlorine
production.
K083 Distillation bottoms from aniline production.
K084 Was te wate r tre atmen t si udges gene rated
during the production of veterinary
pharmaceuticals from arsenic or organo-
arsenic compounds.
K085 Distillation or fractionation column bottoms
from the production of chlorobenzenes.
K086 Solvent washes and sludges, caustic washes
and sludges, or water washes and sludges
from cleaning tubs and equipment used in
the formulation of ink from pigments, driers,
soaps, and stabilizers containing chromium
and lead.
K087 Decanter tank tar sludge from coking
operations.
K088 Spent potliners from primary aluminum
reduction.
K090 Emission control dust or sludge from
ferrochromiumsilicon production.
K091 Emission control dust or sludge from
ferrochromium production.
K.093 Distillation light ends from the production of
phthalic anhydride from ortho-xylene.
IC094 Distillation bottoms from the production of
phthalic anhydride from ortho-xylene.
K095 Distillation bottoms from the production of
1,1, 1-trichloroethane.
K096 Heavy ends from the heavy ends column
from the production of 1,1,1-trichloroethane.
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K097 Vacuum stripper discharge from the
chlordane chlorinator in the production of
chlordane.
K098 Untreated process wastewater from the
production of toxaphene.
K099 Untreated wastewater from the production of
2,4-D.
KIOO Waste leaching solution from acid leaching
of emission control dust/sludge from
secondary lead smelting.
K10I Distillation tar residues from the distillation
of aniline-based compounds in the
production of veterinary pharmaceuticals
from arsenic or organo-arsenic compounds.
K102 Residue from the use of activated carbon for
decolorization in the production of
veterinary pharmaceuticals from arsenic or
organo-arsenic compounds.
K103 Process residues from aniline extraction
from the production of aniline.
K104 Combined wastewaters generated from
nitrobenzene/aniline production.
K105 Separated aqueous stream from the reactor
product washing step in the production of
chlorobenzenes.
K106 Wastewater treatment sludge from the
mercury cell process in chlorine production.
K107 Column bottoms from product separation
from the production of 1,1-
dimethylhydrazine (UDMH) from
carboxylic acid hydrazides.
K108 Condensed column overheads from product
separation and condensed reactor vent gases
from the production of 1,1-
dime thy I hydrazine from carboxylic acid
hydrazides.
K109 Spent filter cartridges from product
purification from the product of 1,1-
di methyl hydrazine from carboxylic acid
hydrazides.
Code Waste description	
K110 Condensed column overheads from
intermediate separation from the production
of 1,1-dimethylhydrazine from carboxylic
acid hydrazides.
K111 Product washwaters from the production of
dinitrotoluene via nitration of toluene.
K112 Reaction by-product water from the drying
column in the production of toluenediamine
via hydrogenation of dinitrotoluene.
K113 Condensed liquid light ends from
purification of toluenediamine in production
of toluenediamine via hydrogenation of
dinitrotoluene.
K114 Vicinals from the purification of
toluenediamine in production of
toluenediamine via hydrogenation of
dinitrotoluene.
K115 Heavy ends from purification of
toluenediamine in the production of
toluenediamine via hydrogenation of
dinitrotoluene.
K116 Organic condensate from the solvent
recovery column in the production of
toluene diisocyanate via phosgenation of
toluenediamine.
K117 Wastewater from the reactor vent gas
scrubber in the production of ethylene
dibromide via bromination of ethene.
K118 Spent adsorbent solids from purification of
ethylene dibromide in the production of
ethylene dibromide via bromination of
ethene.
K123 Process wastewater (including supernates,
filtrates, and washwaters) from the
production of ethylenebisdithiocarbamic
acid and its salts.
K124 Reactor vent scrubber water from the
production of ethylenebisdithiocarbamic
acid and its salts.
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Code Waste description
K125 Filtration, evaporation, and centrifugation
solids from the production of
ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid and its salts.
K126 Baghouse dust and floor sweepings in
milling and packaging operations from
production or formulation of
ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid and its salts.
K131 Wastewater from the reactor and spent
sulfuric acid from the acid dryer from the
production of methyl bromide.
K132 Spent absorbent and wastewater separator
solids from the production of methyl
bromide.
K136 Still bottoms from the purification of
ethylene dibromide in the production of
ethylene dibromide via bromination of
ethene.
K141 Process residues from the recovery of coal
tar, including, but not limited to, tar
collecting sump residues from the
production of coke from coal or the recovery
of coke by-products produced from coal.
This listing does not include K087 (decanter
tank sludge from coking operations).
K142 Tank storage residues from the production of
coke from coal or from the recovery of coke
by-products from coal.
K143 Process residues from the recovery of light
oil, including, but not limited to, those
generated in stills, decanters, and wash oil
recovery units from the recovery of coke by-
products produced from coal.
K144 Wastewater sump residues from light oil
refining, including, but not limited to,
intercepting or contamination sump sludges
from the recovery of coke by-products
produced from coal.
K145 Residues from naphthalene collection and
recovery operations from the recovery of
coke by-products produced from coal.
K148 Residues from coal tar distillation, including,
but not limited to, still bottoms.
K149 Distillation bottoms from the production of
alpha (or methyl-) chlorinated toluenes, ring-
chlorinated toluenes, benzoyl chlorides, and
compounds with mixtures of these functional
groups. [This waste does not include still
bottoms from the distillation of benzoyl
chloride]
K150 Organic residuals excluding spent carbon
adsorbent, from the spent chlorine gas and
hydrochloric acid recovery processes
associated with the production of alpha (or
methyl-) chlorinated toluenes, benzoyl
chlorides, and compounds with mixtures of
these functional groups.
K151 Wastewater treatment sludges, excluding
neutralization and biological sludges,
generated during the treatment of
wastewaters from the production of alpha (or
methyl-) chlorinated toluenes, benzoyl
chlorides, and compounds with mixtures of
these functional groups.
DISCARDED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL
PRODUCTS, OFF-SPECIFICATION SPECIES,
CONTAINER RESIDUALS, AND SPILL
RESIDUES THEREOF - ACUTE HAZARDOUS
WASTE (SEE 40 CFR 261.33 FOR AN
ALPHABETIZED LISTING)
P001 2H-l-Benzopyran-2-one, 4-hydroxy-3-(3-
oxo-l-phenylbutyl)-, & salts, when present
at concentrations greater than 0.3%
P001 Warfarin, & salts, when present at
concentrations greater than 0.3%
P002	1 -Acetyl-2-thiourea
P002	Acetamide, N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
P003	2-Propenal
P003	Acrolein ~
K147 Tar storage residues from coal tar refining.
P004 1,4,5,8-Dimethanonaphthalene,
1,2,3,4,10,10-hexa-chloro-1,4,4a, 5,8,8a,-
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Code Waste description
hexahydro-, (1 alpha, 4alpha, 4abeta, Salpha,
Salpha, Sabeta)-
P004	Aldrin
POOS	2-Propen-1-ol
P005	Allyl alcohol
P006	Aluminum phosphide (R,T)
P007	3(2H)-Isoxazolone, 5-(aminomethyl)-
P007	5-(Aminomethyl)-3-isoxazolol
POO 8	4-Aminopyridine
POOS	4-Pyridinamine
P009	Ammonium picrate (R)
P009	Phenol, 2,4,6-trinitro-, ammonium salt (R)
P010	Arsenic acid H3As04
P011 Arsenic oxide As205
P011	Arsenic pentoxide
P012	Arsenic oxide As,03
P012	Arsenic trioxide
P013	Barium cyanide
P014	Benzenethiol
P014	Thiophenol
P015	Beryllium powder
P016	Dichloromethyl ether
P016	Methane, oxybis[chloro-
P017	2-Propanone, 1-bromo-
P017	Biromoacetone
P018	Brucine
P018	Strychnidin-10-one, 2,3-dimethoxy-
P020	Dinoseb
P020	Phenol, 2-(l-methylpropyl)-4,6-diniiro-
P021	Calcium cyanide
P021	Calcium cyanide Ca(CN):
P022	Carbon disulfide
P023	Acetaldehyde, chloro-
P023	Chloroacetaldehyde
P024	Benzenamine, 4-chloro-
P024	p-Chloraniline
P026	I-(o-Chlorophenyl)thiourea
P026	Thiourea, (2-ch!orophenyl)-
P027	3-Chloropropionitrile
P027	Propanenitrile, 3-chloro-
P028	Benzene, (chloromethyl)-
P028	Benzyl chloride
P029	Copper cyanide
P029	Copper cyanide Cu(CN)
P030	Cyanides (soluble cyanide salts), not
otherwise specified
P031	Cyanogen
P031	Ethanedinitrile
P033	Cyanogen chloride
P033	Cyanogen chloride (CN)C1
P034	2-Cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitrophenol
P034	Phenol, 2-cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitro-
P036	Arsonous dichloride, phenyl-
P036	Dichlorophenylarsine
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Code Waste description
P037 2,7:3,6-Dimethanonaphth[2,3-b]oxirene,
3,4,5,6,9,9-hexachloro-la,2,2a,3,6,6a,7,7a-
octahydro-, (laatpha, 2beta, 2aalpha, 3beta,
6beta, 6aalpha, 7beta, 7aalpha)-
P037 Dieidrin
P038 Arsine, diethyl-
P038 Diethylarsine
P039 Disulfoton
P039 Phosphorodithioic acid, 0,0-diethyl S-[2-
(ethylthio)ethyl] ester .
P040 0,0-Di ethyl O-pyrazinyl phosphorothioate
P040 Phosphorothioic acid, 0,0-diethyl O-
pyrazinyl ester
PQ41 Diethyl-p-nitrophenyl phosphate
P041 Phosphoric acid, diethyl 4-nitrophenyl ester
P042 1,2-Benzenediol, 4-[l-hydroxy-2-
(methylamino)ethyl]-, (R)-
P042 Epinephrine
P043 Diisopropylfluorophosphate (DFP)
P043 Phosphorofluoridic acid, bis(l-methylethyl)
ester
P044 Dimethoate
P044 Phosp horod i t hi o ic ac id, 0,0-d i methy 1 S- [2-
(methylamino)-2-oxoethyl] ester
P045 2-Butanone, 3,3-dimethyl-l-(methylthio)-,
0-[methylamino)carbonyl] oxime
P045	Thiofanox
P046	alpha,alpha-Dimethylphenethylamine
P046	Benzeneethanamine, alpha, ajpha-dimethyl-
P047	4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol, & salts
P047	Phenol, 2-methyl-4,6-dinitro-, & salts
P048 2,4-Dinitrophenol
P048 Phenol, 2,4-dinitro-
P049 Dithiobiuret
P049 Thioimidodicarbonic diamide
[{H,N)C(S)],NH
P050 6,9-Methano-2,4,3-
benzodioxathiepin,6,7,8,9,10,10-hexachloro-
l,5,5a,6,9,9a-hexahydro-,3-oxide
P050 Endosulfan
P051 2,7:3,6-Dimethanonaphth[2,3-b]oxirene,
3,4,5,6,9,9-hexachloro-la,2,2a,3,6,6a,7,7a-
octahydro-, (laalpha, 2beta, 2abeta, 3alpha,
6alpha, 6abeta, 7beta, 7aalpha)- &
metabolites
P051	Endrin
P051	Endrin, & metabolites
P054	Aziridine
P054	Ethyleneimine
P056	Fluorine
P057	Acetamide, 2-fluoro-
P057	Fluoroacetamide
P058	Acetic acid, fluoro-, sodium salt
P058	Fluoroacetic acid, sodium salt
P059 4,7-Methano-lH-indene, 1,4,5,6,7,8,8-
heptachloro-3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydro-
P059 Heptachlor
P060 1,4,5,8-Dimethanonaphthalene,
1,2,3,4,10,10-hexa-chloro-1,4,4a,5,8,8a,-
hexahydro-, (1 alpha, 4alpha, 4abeta, 5beta,
8beta, 8abeta)-
P060 Isodrin
P062 Hexaethyl tetraphosphate
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Code Waste description
Code Waste description
P062	Tetraphosphoric acid, hexaethyl ester
P063	Hydrocyanic acid
P063	Hydrogen cyanide
P064	Methane, isocyanato-
P064	Methyl isocyanate
P065	Fulminic acid, mercury(2+) salt (R,T)
P065	Mercury fulminate (R,T)
P066	Ethanimidothioic acid, N-
[[(methyIamino)carbonyl]oxy]-, methyl ester
P066	Methomyi
P067	1,2-Propylenimine
P067	Aziridine, 2-methyl-
P068	Hydrazine, methyl-
P068	Methyl hydrazine
P069	2-Methyllactonitrile
P069	Pro pane nitrile, 2-hydroxy-2-methyl-
P070	Aldicarb
P070	Propanal, 2-methyl-2-(meihylthio)-, O-
[(methylamino)carbonyl]oxime
P071	Methyl parathion
P071	Phosphorothioic acid, 0,0,-dimethyl 0-(4-
nitrophenyl) ester
P072	alpha-Naphthylthiourea
P072	Thiourea, 1-naphthalenyl-
P073	Nickel carbonyl
P073	Nickel carbonyl Ni(CO)4, (T-4)-
P074	Nickel cyanide
P074	Nickel cyanide Ni(CN),
P075	Nicotine, & salts
P075	Pyridine, 3-(l-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-,(S)-,
& salts
P076	Nitric oxide
P076	Nitrogen oxide NO
P077	Benzenamine, 4-nitro-
P077	p-Nitroaniline
P078	Nitrogen dioxide
P078	Nitrogen oxide N02
P081	1,2,3-Propanetriol, trinitrate (R)
P081	Nitroglycerine (R)
P082	Methanimine, N-methyi-N-nitroso-
P082	N-Nitrosodimethylamine
P084	N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine
P084	Vinyl amine, N-methyl-N-nitroso-
P085	Diphosphoramide, oc tame thy 1-
P085	Octamethylpyrophosphoramide
P087	Osmium oxide 0s04, (T-4)-
P087	Osmium tetroxide
P088	7-Oxabicyclo[2.2.1 ]heptane-2,3-
dicarboxylic acid
P088	Endothall
P089	Parathion
P089	Phosphorothioic acid, 0,0-diethyI-0-(4-
nitrophenyl) ester
P092	Mercury, (acetato-O)phenyl-
P092	Phenylmercury acetate
P093	Phenylthiourea
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Code Waste description
P093	Thiourea, phenyl-
P094	Phorate
P094	Phosphorodithioic acid, 0,0-diethyl S-
[ (ethy I thio) methyl] ester
P095	Carbonic dichioride
P095	Phosgene
P096	Hydrogen phosphide
P096	Phosphine
P097	Famphur
P097	Phosphorothioic acid 0-[4-
[{dimethylamino)sulfonyl]phenyl] 0,0-
dimethyl ester
P09S	Potassium cyanide
P098	Potassium cyanide K(CN)
P099	Argentate (1-), bis(cyano-C)-, potassium
P099	Potassium silver cyanide
. P101	Ethyl cyanide
P101	Pro pane nitrile
P102	2-Propyn-l-ol
PI02	Propargyl alcohol
P103	Selenourea
PI04	Silver cyanide
P104	Silver cyanide Ag(CN)
P105	Sodium azide
P106	Sodium cyanide
P106	Sodium cyanide Na(CN)
P108	Strychnidin-10-one, & salts
P108	Strychnine, & salts
Code Waste description
P109	T etraethy Idithiopy rophosphate
PI09	Thiodiphosphoric acid, tetraethyi ester
PI 10	Plumbane, tetraethyl-
PU0	Tetraethyllead
Pill	Diphosphoricacid, tetraethyi ester
Pill	Tetraethyi pyrophosphate '
PI 12	Methane, tetranitro- (R)
PI 12	Tetranitromethane (R)
PI 13	Thallic oxide
PI 13	Thallium oxide TUO,
PI 14	Selenious acid, dithallium (1+) salt
PI 14	Thallium(I) selenite
P115	Sulfuric acid, dithallium (1 +) salt
PI 15	Thallium(I) sulfate
PI 16	Hydrazinecarbothioamide
PI 16	Thiosemicarbazide
PI 18	Methanethiol, trichloro-
P118	Trichloromethanethiol
PI 19	Ammonium vanadate
PI 19	Vanadic acid, ammonium salt
P120	Vanadium oxide V,05
P120	Vanadium pentoxide
P121	Zinc cyanide
P121	Zinc cyanide Zn(CN)2
P122	Zinc phosphide Zn3P2, when present at
concentrations greater than 10% (R,T)
PI 23	Toxaphene
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Code Waste description	
DISCARDED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL
PRODUCTS, OFF-SPECIFICATION SPECIES,
CONTAINER RESIDUES, AND SPILL
RESIDUES THEREOF - TOXIC WASTES
(SEE 40 CFR 261.33 FOR AN ALPHABETIZED
LISTING}
2,3,4,6-Telrachlorophenol
2.4.5-T
2,4,5 -Tri ch lorophenol
2.4.6-TrichIorophenol
Acetic acid, (2,4,5-trichlorop he noxy)-
Pe ntac hi orop hen ol
Phenol, 2,3,4,6-tetrachloro-
Phenol, 2,4,5-triehloro-
Phenol, 2,4,6-trichloro-
Phenol, pentachloro-
See
F027
Propanoic acid, 2-(2,4,5-
trichlorophenoxy)-
Silvex (2,4,5-TP)
U001	Acetaldehyde (I)
U001	Ethanal (I)
U002	2-Propanone (I)
U002	Acetone (I)
U003	Acetonitrile (I,T)
U004	Acetophenone
U004	Ethanone, 1 -phenyl-
U005	2-AcetylaminofIuorene
U005	Acetamide, N-9H-fluoren-2-yl
U006	Acetyl chloride (C,R,T)
U007 2-Propenamide
U007 Acrylamide
U008 2-Propenoic acid (I)
U008 Acrylic acid (I)
U009 2-Propenenitrile
U009 Acrylonitrile
U0I0 Azirino [2',3':3,4]pyrrolo[l,2-a]indole-4,7-
dione,6-amino-8-[[(aminocarbonyl)oxy]
methyl]-1, Ia,2,8,8a,8b-hexahydro-8a-
methoxy-5-methyl-, [laS-(laalpha, Sbeta,
Saalpha, Sbalpha)]-
U010	Mitomycin C
U011	lH-l,2,4-Triazol-3-amine
U011	Amitrole
U012	Aniline (I,T)
U012	Benzenamine (I,T)
U014	Auramine
U014	Benzenamine, 4,4'-carbonimidoylbis[N,N-
dimethyl-
U015	Azaserine
U015	L-Serine, diazoacetate (ester)
U0I6	Benz[c]acridine
U017	Benzal chloride
U017	Benzene, (diehloromethyI)-
U018	B en z [a] anthracene
U019	Benzene (I,T)
U020	Benzenesulfonic acid chloride (C,R)
U020	Benzenesulfonyl chloride (C,R)
U021	[1,1 '-Biphenyl]-4,4'-diamine
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Code Waste description
Code Waste description
U021	Benzidine
U022	Benzo[a]pyrene
U023	Benzene, (trichloromethyl)-
U023	Benzotrichloride (C,R,T)
U024	Dichloromethoxy ethane
U024	Ethane, l,l'-[methylenebis(oxy)]bis[2-
chloro-
U025	Dichloroethyl ether
U025	Ethane, l,l'-oxybis[2-chloro-
U026	Chlornaphazin
U026	Naphthalenamine, N,N'-bis(2-chIoroethyl)-
U027	Dichloroisopropyl ether
U027	Propane, 2,2'-oxybis[2-chloro-
U028	1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, bis(2-
ethylhexyl) ester
U028	Diethylhexyl ph thai ate
U029	Methane, bromo-
U029	Methyl bromide
U030	4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether
U030	Benzene, l-bromo-4-phenoxy-
U031	1-Butanol (I)
U031	n-Butyl alcohol (I)
U032	Calcium chromate
U032	Chromic acid H,Cr04, calcium salt
U033	Carbon oxyfluoride (R,T)
U033	Carbonic difluoride
U034	Acetaldehyde, trichloro-
U034	Chloral
U035	Benzenebutanoic acid, 4-[bis(2-
chloroethyl)amino]-
U035	Chlorambucil
U036	4,7-Methano-1 H-indene, 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,8-
octachloro-2,3,3a,4,7,7a-hexahydro-
U036	Chlordane, alpha & gamma isomers
U037	Benzene, chloro-
U037	Chlorobenzene
U038	Benzeneacetic acid, 4-chIoro-a1pha-(4-
chlorophenyl)-alpha-hydroxy-, ethyl ester
U038	Chlorobenzilate
U039	p-Chloro-m-cresol
U039	Phenol, 4-chloro-3-meihyl-
LT041	Epichlorohydrin
U041	O x irane, (ch lorome thy I )-
U042	2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether
U042	Ethene, (2-chloroethoxy)-
U043	Ethene, chloro-
U043	Vinyl chloride
U044	Chloroform
U044	Methane, trichloro-
U045	Methane, chloro- (I,T)
U045	Methyl chloride (I,T)
U046	Chloromethyl methyl ether
U046	Methane, chloromethoxy-
U047	beta-Chloro naphthalene
U047	Naphthalene, 2-chloro-
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Code Waste description	
o-Chlorophenol
Phenol, 2-chloro-
4-Chloro-o-to!uidine, hydrochloride
Benzenamine, 4-chloro-2-methyl-,
hydrochloride
Chrysene
Creosote
Cresol (Cresylic acid)
Phenol, me thy 1-
2-Butenal
Crotonaldehyde
Benzene, (1-me thy [ethyl)- (I)
Cumene (I)
Benzene, hexahydro- (I)
Cyclohexane (I)
Cyclohexanone (I)
2H-l,3,2-Oxazaphosphorin-2-amine, N,N-
bis(2-chloroethyl)tetrahydro-, 2-oxide
' Cyclophosphamide
5,12-Naphthacenedione, 8-acetyl-10-[(3-
ami no- 2,3,6-tri deo xy )-ai p ha-L-1 y xo-
hexopyranosyl)oxy]-7,8,9,10-tetrahydro-
6,8,11-trihydroxy-l-methoxy-, (8S-cis)-
U059 Daunomycin
U060 Benzene, l,l'-(2,2-dichloroethylidene)bis[4-
chloro-
U060 DDD
U061 Benzene, l,l'-(2,2,2-
tric h loroethy 1 ide n e)bi s[4-c h I oro-
U061 DDT
U048
U048
U049
U049
U050
U051
U052
U052
U053
U053
U055
U055
U056
U056
U057
U058
U058
U059
U062	Carbamothioic acid, bis(l-methylethyl)-, S-
(2,3-diehloro-2-propeny!) ester
U062	Dialiate
U063	Dibenz[a,h]anthracene
U064	Benzo[rsilpentaphene
U064	Dibenzo[a,i]pyrene
U066	1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane
U066	Propane, 1,2-dibromo-3-ch1oro-
U067	Ethane, 1,2-dibromo-
U067	Ethylene dibromide
U068	Methane, dibromo-
U068	Methylene bromide
U069	1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, dibutyl ester
U069	Dibutyl phthalate
U070	Benzene, 1,2-dichloro-
U070	o-Dichlorobenzene
U071	Benzene, 1,3-dichloro-
U071	m-Dichlorobenzene
U072	Benzene, 1,4-dichloro-
U072	p-Dichlorobenzene
U073	[l,r-Biphenyl]-4,4'-diamine, 3,3'-dichloro-
U073	3,3'-Dichiorobenzidine
U074	1,4-Dichloro-2-butene (I,T)
U074	2-Butene, 1,4-dichloro- (I,T)
U075	Dichlorodifluoromethane
U075	Methane, dichlorodifluoro-
U076	Ethane, 1,1-dichloro-
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Code Waste description	
U076	Ethylidene dichloride
U077	Ethane, 1,2-dichloro-
U077	Ethylene dichloride
U078	1,1-Dichloroethylene
U078	Ethene, 1,1-dichloro-
U079	1,2-Dighloroethylene
U079	Ethene, l,2-dichloro-,(E)-
U080	Methane, dichloro-
U080	Methylene chloride
U081	2,4-Dichlorophenol
U081	Phenol, 2,4-dichloro-
U082	2,6-Dichlorophenol
U082	Phenol, 2,6-dichloro-
U083	Propane, 1,2-dichloro-
U083	Propylene dichloride
U084	1,3-Dichloropropene
U084	1-Propene, 1,3-dichloro
U085	1,2:3,4-Diepoxybutane (I,T)
U085	2,2'-Bioxirane
U086	Hydrazine, 1,2-diethyl-
U086	N,N'-Diethylhydrazine
U087	0,0-Diethyl S-methyl dithiophosphate
U087	Phosphorodithioic acid, 0,0-diethyl S-
methyl ester
U088	1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, diethyl ester
U088	Diethyl phthalate
UQ89	Diethylstilbesterol
Code Waste description
U089	Phenol, 4,4'-(l,2-diethyI-l,2-echenediyl)bis,
(E)-
U090	1,3-Benzodioxole, 5-propyl-
U090	Dihydrosafrole
U091	[I,l'-Biphenyl]-4,4'-diamine, 3,3'-
dimeihoxy-
U091	3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine
U092	Dimethylamine (I)
U092	Methanamine, N-methyl- (I)
U093	Benzenamine, N, N-dime thy 1-4-(phenylazo)-
U093	p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene
U094	7,12-Dimethylbenz[a]anthracene
U094	Benz[a]anthracene, 7,12-dimethyl-
U095	[l,I'-BiphenyI]-4,4'-diamine, 3,3'-dimethyl-
U095	3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine
U096	alpha, alpha-Dimethyl benzyl hydro peroxide
(R)
U096	Hydroperoxide, 1-methyl-l-phenylethyl-(R)
U097	Carbamic chloride, dimethyl-
U097	Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride
U098	1,1-Dimethylhydrazine
U098	Hydrazine, 1,1-dimethyl-
U099	1,2-Dimethylhydrazine
U099	Hydrazine, 1,2-diphenyl-
U101	2,4-Dimethylphenol
U101	Phenol, 2,4-dimethyl-
U102	1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, dimethyl
ester
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Code	Waste description	
U102	Dimethyl phthalate
U103	Dimethyl sulfate
UI03	Sulfuric acid, dimethyl ester
U105	2,4-Dinitrotoluene
U105	Benzene, 1 -methyl-2,4-dinitro-
U106	2,6-Dinitrotoluene
U106	Benzene, 2-methyl-l,3-dinitro-
U107	1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, dioctyl ester
U107	Di-n-octyl phthalate
U108	1,4-Diethyleneoxide
U108	1,4-Dioxane
U109	1,2-Diphenylhydrazine
U109	Hydrazine, 1,2-diphenyl-
U110	1-Propanimine, N-propyl-(I)
U110	Dipropylamine (I)
U111	1-Propanamine, N-nitroso-N-propyl-
U111	Di-n-propylnitrosamine
U112	Acetic acid, ethyl ester (I)
U112	Ethyl acetate (I)
U113	2-Propenoic acid, ethyl ester (I)
U113	Ethyl acrylate (I)
U114	Carbamodithioic acid, 1,2-ethanediylbis-,
salts & esters
U114	Ethyl en ebisdithiocarbamic acid, salts &
esters
U115	Ethylene oxide (I,T)
U115	Oxirane (I,T).
Code	Waste description	
U116	2-Imidazolidinethione
U116	Ethylenethiourea
U117	Ethane, l,l'-oxybis-(I)
U117	Ethyl ether (I)
U118	2-Propenoic acid, 2-methyl-, ethyl ester
U118	Ethyl methacrylate
U119	Ethyl methanesulfonate
U119	Methanesulfonic acid, ethyl ester
U120	Fluoranthene
U121	Methane, trichlorofluoro-
U121	Trichloromonofluoromethane
U122	Formaldehyde
U123	Formic acid (C,T)
U124	Furan (I)
U124	Furfuran (I)
U125	2-Furancarboxaldehyde (I)
U125	Furfural (I)
U126	Glycidylaldehyde
U126	Ox iranecarboxy aldehyde
U127	Benzene, hexachloro-
U127	Hexachlorobenzene
U128	1,3-Butadiene, 1,1,2,3,4,4-hexachloro-
U128	He xachloro butadiene
U129	Cyclohexane, 1,2,3,4,5,6-he xachloro-,
(lalpha, 2alpha, 3beta, 4alpha, 5atpha,
6beta)- ~
U129	Lindane
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Code Waste description	
Code Waste description
U130 1,3-Cyclopentadiene, 1,2,3,4,5,5-
hexachloro-
U130	Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
U131	Ethane, hexachloro-
U131	Hexachloroethane
U132	Hexachlorophene
U132	Phenol, 2,2'-methylenebis[3,4,6-trichloro-
U133	Hydrazine (R,T)
U134	Hydrofluoric acid (C,T)
UI34	Hydrogen fluoride (C,T)
U135	Hydrogen sulfide
U135	Hydrogen sulfide H2S
U136	Arsinic acid, dimethyl-
U136	Cacodylic acid
U137	Indeno[l,2,3-cd]pyrene
U138	Methane, iodo-
U138	Methyl iodide
UI40	1-Propanol, 2-methyl- (I,T)
U140	Isobutyl alcohoi (I,T)
U141	1,3-Benzodioxole, 5-( 1-propenyl)-
U141	Isosafrole
U142	l,3,4-Metheno-2H-cyclobuta[cd]pentalen-2-
one, 1,la,3,3a,4,5,5,5a,5b,6-
de each lorooctahy d ro-
U142 Kepone
U143 2-Butenoic acid, 2-methyl-, 7-[[2,3-
dihydroxy-2-(l-methoxyethyI)-3-methyl-l-
oxobQtoxy]methyl]-2,3,5,7a-tetrahydro-1H-
pyrrolizin-l-yl ester, [lS-[la!pha(Z),
7(2S*,3R*), 7aalpha]]-
U143	Lasiocarpine
U144	Acetic acid, lead(2+) salt
U144	Lead acetate
UI45	Lead phosphate
U145	Phosphoric acid, lead(2+) salt (2:3)
U146	Lead subacetate
U146	Lead, bis(acetato-0)tetrahydroxytri-
U147	2,5-Furandione
U147	Maleic anhydride
U148	3,6-Pyridazinedione, 1,2-dihydro-
U148	Maleic hydrazide
U149	Malononitrile
U149	Propanedinitrile
U150	L-Phenylalanine, 4-[bis(2-
chloroethyl)amino]-
U150	Melphalan
U151	Mercury
U152	2-Propenenitrile, 2-methyl- (I,T)
U152	Methacrylonitrile (I,T)
U153	Methanethiol (I,T)
U153	Thiomethanol (I,T)
U154	Methanol (I)
U154	Methyl alcohol (I)
U155	1,2-Ethanediamine, N,N-dimethyl-N'-2-
pyridinyl-N,-(2-thienylmethyl)-
U155	Methapyrilene
U156	Carbonochloridic acid, methyl ester, (I,T)
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Code
Waste description
Code
Waste description
U156
Methyl chlorocarbonate (I,T)
U169
Benzene, nitro-
U157
3 -M c thy lc ho lanthrene
U169
Nitrobenzene (I,T)
U157
Benz[j]aceanthrylene, 1,2-dihydro-3-methyl-
U170
p-Nitrophenol (I,T)
U158
4,4'-Methylenebis(2-chloroaniline)
U170
Phenol, 4-nitro-
U158
Benzenamine, 4,4'-methylenebis[2-chloro-
U171
2-Nitropropane (I,T)
U159
2-Butanone (I,T)
U171
Propane, 2-nitro- (I,T)
U159
Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) (I,T)
U172
1 -B u tanamine, N- bu ty 1-N-n itroso-
U160
2-Butanone, peroxide (R,T)
U172
N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine
U160
Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide (R,T)
U173
Ethanol, 2,2'-(nitrosoimino)bis-
U161
4-Methyl-2-pentanone (I)
U173
N-Nitrosodiethanolamine
U16I
Methyl isobutyl ketone (I)
U174
Ethanamine, N-ethyl-N-nitroso-
U161
Pentanol, 4-methyl-
U174
N-Nitrosodiethylamine
U162
2-Propenoic acid, 2-methyl-, methyl ester
UI76
N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea

(I/O




UI76
Urea, N-ethyl-N-nitroso-
UI62
Methyl methacrylate (I,T)




UI77
N-Nitroso-N-methylurea
U163
Guanidine, N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitroso-




U177
Urea, N-methyl-N-nitroso-
UI63
MNNG




UI78
Carbamic acid, methylnitroso-, ethyl ester
U164
4{ 1 H)-Pyrimidinone, 2,3-dihydro-6-methyl-



2-thioxo-
U178
N-Nitroso-N-methylurethane
U164
Methylthiouracil
UI79
N-Nitrosopiperidine
U165
Naphthalene
U179
Piperidine, 1-nitroso-
U166
1,4-Naphthalenedione
UI80
N-Nitrosopyrrolidine
U166
1,4-Naphthoquinone
U180
Pyrrolidine, 1-nitroso-
UI67
1 -Nap t hale nam ine
UI81
5-Nitro-o-toluidine
U167
alpha-Naphthylamine
U181
Benzenamine, 2-methyl-5-nitro
U168
2 -Naptha le nam ine
UI82
1,3,5-TricFxane, 2,4,6-trimethyl-
UI68
beta-Naphthylamine
U182
Paraldehyde
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Code Waste description	
Code Waste description
U183	Benzene, pentachloro-
U183	Pen tachloro benzene
U184	Ethane, pentachloro-
U184	Pe n tac hi oroe thane
U185	Benzene, pen tachloro nitro-
U185	Pentachloronitrobenzene (PCNB)
U186	1,3-Pentadiene (I)
U186	1-Methylbutadiene (I) .
U187	Acetamide, N-(4-ethoxyphenyl)-
U187	Phenacetin
U188	Phenol
U189	Phosphorus sulfide (R)
UI89	Sulfur phosphide (R)
U190	1,3-Isobenzofurandione
U190	Phthalic anhydride
U191	2-Picoline
U191	Pyridine, 2-methyl-
U192 	Benzamide, 3,5-dichloro-N-( 1,1-dimethyl-2-
propynyl)-
U192	Pronamide
U193	1,2-Oxathiolane, 2,2-dioxide
U193	1,3-Propane sultone
U194	1-Propanamine (I,T)
U194	n-Propylamine (I,T)
U196	Pyridine
U197	2,5-Cyclohexadiene-1,4-dione
U197	p-Benzoquinone
U200 Reserpine
U200 Yohimban-16-carboxylie acid, 11,17-
dimethoxy-18-[(314,5-trimethoxybenzoyl)
oxy]-, methyl ester, (3beta, 16beta, 17alpha,
18beta, 20alpha)-
U201 1,3-Benzenediol
U201 Resorcinol
U202 l,2-Benzisothiazol-3(2H)-one, 1,1-dioxide,
& salts
U202	Saccharin, & salts
U203	1,3-Benzodioxole, 5-(2-propenyl)-
U203	Safrole
U204	Selenious acid
U204	Selenium dioxide
U205	Selenium sulfide
U205	Selenium sulfide SeS2 (R,T)
U206 D-Glucose, 2-deoxy-2-
[[(methylnitrosoamino)-c arbony 1 ] ami no] -
U206 Glucopyranose, 2-deoxy-2-(3-methyU3-
nitrosoureido)-,D-
U206 Streptozotocin
U207	1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene
LT207	Benzene, 1,2,4,5-tetrachloro-
U208	1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
U208	Ethane, 1,1,1,2-tetrachloro-
U209	1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
U209	Ethane, 1,1,2,2-tetrachloro-
U210	Ethene, tetrachloro-
U210	Tetrachloroethylene
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Code Waste description
Code Waste description
U211	Carbon tetrachloride
U211	Methane, tetrachloro-
U213	Furan, tetrahydro-(I)
U213	Tetrahydrofuran (I)
U214	Acetic acid, thallium(l+) salt
U214	Thallium(I) acetate
U215	Carbonic acid, dithallium(l+) salt
U215	Thallium(I) carbonate .
U216	Thallium chloride Tlcl
U216	Thallinm(I) chloride
U217	Nitric acid, thallium(l+) salt
U217	Thallium(I) nitrate
U2I8	Ethanethio amide
U218	Thioacetamide
U219	Thiourea
U220	Benzene, methyl-
U220	Toluene
U221	Benzenediamine, ar-methyl-
U221	Toluenediamine
U222	Benzenamine, 2-methyl-, hydrochloride
U222	o -To I u id i ne hydroc hi orid e
U223	Benzene, 1,3-diisocyanatomethyl- (R,T)
U223	Toluene diisocyanate (R,T)
U225	Bromoform
U225	Methane, tribromo-
U226	Ethane, 1,1,1-trichloro-
U226	Methyl chloroform
U227	1,1,2-Trichloroethane
U227	Ethane, 1,1,2-trichloro-
U228	Ethene, trichloro-
U228	Trichloroethylene
U234	1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene (R,T)
U234	Benzene, 1,3,5-trinitro-
U235	1-Propanol, 2,3-dibromo-, phosphate (3:1)
U235	Tris(2,3,-dibromopropyl) phosphate
U236 2,7-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid,3,3'-[(3,3'-
dimethyl[ 1, l'-biphenyl]-4,4'-
diyl)bis(azo)bis[5-amino-4-hydroxy]-,
tetrasodium salt
U236 Trypan blue
U237 2,4-(lH,3H)-Pyrimidinedione, 5-[bis(2-
c h loroethy 1) ami no ] -
U237	Uracil mustard
U238	Carbamic acid, ethyl ester
"U238	Ethyl carbamate (urethane)
U239	Benzene, dimethyl- (I,T)
U239	Xylene (I)
U240	2,4-D, salts & esters
U240 Acetic acid, (2,4-dichlorophenoxyK salts &
esters
U240 Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 2,4-D
U243 I-Propene, 1,1,2,3,3,3-hexachloro-
U243 Hexachloropropene
U244 Thioperoxydicarbonic di amide
[(H,N)C(S)];S2, tetramethyl-
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Code Waste description	;	Code Waste description
U244 Thiram
U246 Cyanogen bromide (CN)Br
U247 Benzene, 1,1 '-{2,2,2-
t ric h loroethy 1 i de ne) b i s [4- me th oxy-
U247 Methoxychlor
U248 2H-l-Benzopyran-2-one, 4-hydroxy-3-{3-
oxo-I-phenyl-butyl)-, & salts, when present
at concentrations of 0.3% or less
U248 Warfarin, & salts, when present at
concentrations of 0.3% or less
U249 Zinc phosphide Zn3P,, when present at
concentrations of 10% or less
U328 Benzenamine, 2-methyl-
U328 o-Toluidine
U353	Benzenamine, 4-methy 1-
U353	p-Toluidine
U359	Ethanol, 2-ethoxy-
U359	Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether
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SIC CODES
SIC
Code Industry
AGRICULTURE
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION -
CROPS
0111	Wheat
0112	Rice
0115	Corn
0116	Soybeans
0119 Cash grains, nec
0131	Cotton
0132	Tobacco
0133	Sugar cane and sugar beets
0134	Irish potatoes
0139 Field crops, except cash grains, nec
0161 Vegetables and melons
0171	Berrycrops
0172	Grapes
0173	Tree nuts
0174	Citrus fruits
0175	Deciduous tree fruits
0179 Fruits and tree nuts, nec
0181	Ornamental floriculture and nursery
products
0182	Food crops grown under cover
0191 General farms, primarily crops
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION -
LIVESTOCK
0211	Beef cattle feedlots
0212	Beef cattle, except feedlots
0213	Hogs
0214	Sheep and goats
0219 General livestock, except dairy and
poultry
0241 Dairy farms
0251	Broiler, fryer, and roaster chickens
0252	Chicken eggs
0253	Turkeys and turkey eggs
0254	Poultry hatcheries
0259 Poultry and eggs, nec
0271	Fur-bearing animals and rabbits
0272	Horses and other equines
0273	Animal aquaculture
0279 Animal specialties, nec
0291 General farms, primarily livestock
and animal specialities
AGRICULTURAL SERVICES
0711 Soil preparation services
0721	Crop planting, cultivating, and
protecting
0722	Crop harvesting, primarily by
machine
0723	Crop preparation services for
market, except cotton ginning
0724	Cotton ginning
0741	Veterinary services for livestock
0742	Veterinary services for animal
specialties
0751	Livestock services, except veterinary
0752	Animal specialty services, except
veterinary
SIC
Code Industry	
0761	Farm tabor contractors and crew
leaders
0762	Farm management services
0781	Landscape counseling and planning
0782	Lawn and garden services
0783	Ornamental shrub and tree services
FORESTRY
0811 Timber tracts
0831 Forest nurseries and gathering of
forest products
0851 Forestry services
FISHING, HUNTING, AND TRAPPING
0912	Finfish
0913	Shellfish
0919 Miscellaneous marine products
0921 Fish hatcheries and preserves
b971 Hunting, trapping, game and
propagation
MINING
METAL MINING
1011 Iron ores
1021 Copper ores
1031 Lead and zinc ores
1041 Gold ores
1044 Silverores
1061 Ferroalloy ores, except vanadium
1081 Metal mining services
1094 Uranium-radium-vanadium ores
1099 Metal ores, nec
COAL MINING
1221	Bituminous coal and lignite surface
mining
1222	Bituminous coal underground
mining
1231 Anthracite mining
1241 Coal mining sen/ices
OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION
1311 Crude petroleum and natural gas
1321 Natural gas liquids
1381	Drilling oil and gas wells
1382	Oil and gas field exploration
services
1389 Oil and gas field services, nec
NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT
FUELS
1411 Dimension stone
1422	Crushed and broken limestone
1423	Crushed and broken granite
1429 Crushed and broken stone, nec
1442 Construction sand and gravel
1446 Industrial sand
1455 Kaolin and ball clay
1459 Clay, ceramic, and refractory
minerals, nec
SIC
Code Industry
1474	potash, soda, and borate minerals
1475	Phosphate rock
1479 Chemical and fertilizer mineral
mining, nec
1481 Nonmetallic minerals services,
except fuels
1499 Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals,
except fuels, nec
CONSTRUCTION
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS
1521	Single-family houses
1522	Residential building construction,
nec
1531 Operative builders
1541	Industrial buildings and warehouses
1542	Nonresidential building construction,
nec
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, EXCLUDING
BUILDINGS
1611 Highway and street construction,
except elevated highway
1622 Bridge, tunnel, and elevated
highway
1623; Water, sewer, and utility lines
1629 Heavy construction, nec
SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS
1711 Plumbing, heating, air conditioning
1721 Painting and paper hanging
1731 Electrical work
1741	Masonry, stone setting, and other
stonework
1742	Plastering, drywall, acoustical and
insulation work
1743	Terrazzo, tile, marble, mosaic work
1751	Carpentry work
1752	Floor laying and floor work, nec
1761 Roofing, siding, and sheet metal
work
1771 Concrete work
1781 Water well drilling
1791 Structural steel erection
1793	Glass and glazing work
1794	Excavation work
1795	Wrecking and demolition work
1796	Installing building equipment, nec
1799 Special trade contractors, nec
MANUFACTURING
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS
2011 Meat packing plants
2013 Sausages and other prepared
meats
2015 Poultry slaughtering and processing
2021 Creamery butter
Note: nec = not elsewhere classified.
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SIC
Code Industry
SIC
Code Industry
SIC
Code Industry
2022	Natural, processed, and imitation
cheese
2023	Dry, condensed, evaporated dairy
products
2024	Ice cream and frozen desserts
2026 Fluid milk
2032	Canned specialties
2033	Canned fruits, vegetables,
preserves, jams, and jellies
2034	Dried and dehydrated fruits,
vegetables, and soup mixes
2035	Pickled fruits and vegetables,
sauces, and salad dressings
2037	Frozen fruits, fruit juices, and
vegetables
2038	Frozen specialties, nec
2041 Flour and other grain mill products
2043	Cereal breakfast foods
2044	Rice milling
2045	Prepared Hour mixes and doughs
2046	Wet corn milling
2047	Dog and cat food
2048	Prepared feed and feed ingredients
for animals and fowl, nec
2051	Bread and other bakery products,
except cookies and crackers
2052	Cookies and crackers
2053	Frozen bakery products, except
bread
2061	Raw cane sugar
2062	Cane sugar refining
2063	Beet sugar
2064	Candy and other confectionery
products
2066	Chocolate and cocoa products
2067	Chewing gum
2068	Salted and roasted nuts and seeds
2074	Cottonseed oil mills
2075	Soybean oil mills
2076	Vegetable oil mills, nec
2077	Animal and marine fats and oils
2079 Edible fats and oils, nec
2082	Malt beverages
2083	Malt
2084	Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits
2085	Distilled and blended liquors
2086	Bottled and canned soft drinks and
carbonated waters
2087	Flavoring extracts and syrups, nec
2091	Canned and cured fish and seafood
2092	Fresh or frozen prepared fish
2095	Roasted coffee
2096	Potato chips and similar snacks
2097	Manufactured ice
2098	Macaroni, spaghetti, related
products
2099	Food preparations, nec
TOBACCO PRODUCTS
2111 Cigarettes
2121 Cigars
2131 Chewing and smoking tobacco
2141 Tobacco stemming and redrying
TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS
2211 Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton
2221 Broadwoven fabric mills, man-made
2231 Broadwoven fabric mills, wool
2241 Narrow fabric and other smallware
mills
2251	Wo men'shosiery,except socks'
2252	Hosiery, nec
2253	Knit outerwear mills
2254	Knit underwear and nightwear mills
2257	Weft knit fabric mills
2258	Lace and warp knit fabric mills
2259	Knitting mills, nec
2261	Finishing plants, cotton fabric
2262	Finishing plants, man-made fabric
2269 Textile finishing plants, nec
2273 Carpets and rugs
2281	Yam spinning mills
2282	Yam texturizlng, throwing, twisting,
and winding mills
2284 Thread mills
2295	Coated fabrics, not rubberized 
2296	Tire cord and fabrics
2297	Nonwoven fabrics
2298	Cordage and twine
2299	Textile goods, nec
APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE
PRODUCTS
2311 Men's and boys' suits, coats, and
overcoats
2321	Men's and boys' shirts, except work
shirts
2322	Men's and boys' underwear and
nightwear
2323	Men's and boys' neckwear
2325	Men's and boys' trousers and slacks
2326	Men's and boys' work clothing
2329 Men's and boys' clothing, nec
2331 Wo men's, m isses' and Ju n i ors'
blouses and shirts
2335 Women's, misses', and juniors'
dresses
2337 Women's misses', and juniors' suits,
skirts, and coats
2339 Women's, misses' and juniors'
outerwear, nec
2341	Women's, misses', children's, and -
infants' underwear and nightwear
2342	Brassieres, girdles, and allied
garments
2353 Hats, caps, and millinery
2361 Girls', children's' and infants'
dresses, blouses, and shirts
2369 Girls', children's, and infants'
outerwear, nec
2371 Fur goods
2381 Fabric dress and work gloves
2384	Robes and dressing gowns
2385	Waterproof outerwear
2386	Leather and sheep-lined clothing
2387	Apparel belts
2389 Apparel and accessories, nec
2391	Curtains and draperies
2392	House furnishings, nec
2393	Textile bags
2394	Canvas and related products
2395	Pleating, stitching, and tucking for
trade
2396	Automotive trimmings, apparel
findings, and related products
2397	Schiffli machine embroideries
2399 Fabricated textile products, nec
LUMBER AND WOOD PRODUCTS
2411 Logging
2421 Sawmills and planing mills, general
2426 Hardwood dimension and flooring
mills
2429 Special product sawmills, nec
2431 Mi 11 work
2434	Wood kitchen cabinets
2435	Hardwood veneer and plywood
2436	Softwood veneer and plywood
2439 Structural wood members, nec
2441 Nailed and lock corner wood boxes
and shook
2448	Wood pallets and skids
2449	Wood containers, nec
2451	Mobile homes
2452	Prefabricated wood buildings and
components
2491 Wood preserving
2493 Reconstituted wood products
2499 Wood products, nec
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES
2511	Wood househo Id fu rn itu re, except
upholstered
2512	Upholstered household furniture
2514	Metal household furniture
2515	Mattresses, foundations, and
convertible beds
2517 Wood TV, radio, phonograph, and
sewing machine cabinets
2519 Household furniture, nec
2521	Wood office furniture
2522	Office furniture, except Wood
2531 Public building and related furniture
2541	Wood partitions and fixtures
2542	Partitions and fixtures, except wood
2591 Drapery hardware and window
blinds and shades
2599 Furniture and fixtures, nec
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS
2611 Pulp mills
2621 Paper mills
2631 Paperboard mills
Note: nec = not elsewhere classified.
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SIC
Code Industry	
2652	Set-up paperboard boxes
2653	Corrugated and solid fiber boxes
2655	Fiber cans, tubes, drums, and
similar products
2656	Sanitary food containers, except
folding
2657	Folding paperboard boxes, including
sanitary
2671	Packaging paper and plastics film,
coated and laminated
2672	Coated and laminated paper, nec
2673	Plastics, foil, and coated paper bags
2674	Uncoated paper and multiwall bags
2675	Die-cut paper and paperboard
2676	Sanitary paper products
2677	Envelopes
2678	Stationery and related products
2679	Converted paper products, nec,
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
2711 Newspapers: publishing, or
publishing and printing
2721 Periodicals: publishing, or
publishing and printing
2731	Books: publishing, or publishing
and printing
2732	Book printing
2741 Miscellaneous publishing
2752 Commercial printing, lithographic
2754 Commercial printing, gravure
2759 Commercial printing, nec
2761 Manifold business forms
2771 Greeting cards
2782 Blankbooks and looseleaf binders
2769 Bookbinding and related work
2791 Typesetting
2796 Platemaking and related services
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS
2812	Alkalies and chlorine
2813	Industrial gases
2816 Inorganic pigments '
2819 industrial inorganic chemicals, nec
2821	Plastics materials and resins
2822	Synthetic rubber
2823	Ceitulosic man-made fibers
2824	Man-made organic fibers, except
cellulosic
2833	Medicinal chemicals and botanical
products
2834	Pharmaceutical preparations
2835	In vitro and in vivo diagnostic
substances
2836	Biological products, except
diagnostic
2841	Soap and other detergents, except
specialty cleaning
2842	Specialty cleaners, polishes, and
sanitation preparations
2843	Surface active agents and related
products
SIC
Code Industry	
2844 Perfumes, cosmetics, and other
toilet preparations
2851 Paints and allied products
2861 Gum and wood chemicals
2865 Cyclic organic crudes,
intermediates, dyes and pigments
2869 Industrial organic chemicals, nec
2873	Nitrogenous fertilizers
2874	Phosphatic fertilizers
2875	Fertilizers, mixing only
2879 Pesticides and agricultural
chemicals, nec
2891	Adhesives and sealants
2892	Explosives
2893	Printing ink
2895 Carbon black
2899 Chemical preparations, nec
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS
2911 Petroleum refining
2951	Asphalt paving mixtures and blocks
2952	Asphaltfeltsandcoatings
2992 Lubricating oils and greases
2999 Petroleum and coal products, nec
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS
PLASTIC PRODUCTS
3011 Tires and inner tubes
3021 Rubber and plastics footwear
3052	Rubber and plastics hose and
belting
3053	Gaskets, packing and sealing
devices
3061 Mechanical rubber goods
3069 Fabricated rubber products, nec
3081	Unsupported plastics film and sheet
3082	Unsupported plastics, profile
shapes
3083	Laminated plastics plate, sheet, and
profile shapes
3084	Plastics, pipe
3085	Plastics, bottles
3086	Plastics, foam products
3087	Custom compounding of purchased
plastic resins
3088	Plastics, plumbing fixtures
3089	Plastics products, nec
LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS
3111 Leather tanning and finishing
3131 Footwear, cut stock and findings
3142	House slippers
3143	Men's footwear, except athletic
3144	Women's footwear, except athletic
3149 Footwear, except rubber, nec
3151 Leather gloves and mittens
.3161 Luggage
3171	Women'shandbagsandpurses
3172	Personal leather goods, nec
3199 Leather goods, nec
SIC
Code Industry
STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS
3211 Flat glass
3221 Glass containers
3229 Pressed and blown glass, nec
3231 Products made of purchased glass
.3241 Cement, hydraulic
3251 Brick and structural clay tile
3253 Ceramic wall and floor tile
3255 Clay refractories
3259 Structural clay products, nec
3261	Vitreous china plumbing fixtures,
china and earthenware fittings and
bathroom accessories
3262	Vitreous china table and
kitchen ware
3263	Fine earthenware (whiteware) table
and kite hen ware
3264	Porcelain electrical supplies
3269 Pottery products, nec
3271	Concrete block and brick
3272	Concrete products, nec
3273	Ready-mixed concrete
3274	Lime
3275	Gypsum products
3281 Cut stone and stone products
3291	Abrasive products
3292	Asbestos products
3295	Minerals and earths, ground or
otherwise treated
3296	Mineral wool
3297	Nonciay refractories
3299 Nonmetallic mineral products, nec
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES
3312	Steel works, blast furnaces, and
rolling mills
3313	Electrometailurgical products,
except steel
3315	Steel wire and related products
3316	Cold finishing of steel shapes
3317	Steel pipe and tubes
3321	Gray and ductile iron foundries
3322	Malleable iron foundries
3324	Steel investment foundries
3325	Steel foundries, nec
3331 Primary copper smelting and
refining
3334 Primary aluminum production
3339 Primary smelting and refining of
nonferrous metals, nec.
3341 Secondary smelting and refining of
nonferrous metals
3351 Copper rolling, drawing, extruding
3353	Aluminum sheet, pfate, and foil
3354	Aluminum extruded products
3355	Aluminum rolling and drawing, nec
3356	Nonferrous rolling, drawing, and
extruding, nec
3357	Nonferrous wire drawing and
insulating
3363 Aluminum die-castings
Note: nec - not elsewhere classified.
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SIC	SIC	Sic
Code Industry	Code Industry	 Code Industry
3364	Nonferrous die-castings, except
aluminum
3365	Aluminum foundries
3366	Copper foundries
3369 Nonferrous foundries, nec
3398	Metal heat treating
3399	Primary metal products, nec
FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS
3411	Metal cans
3412	Metal barrels, drums, and pails
3421 Cutlery
3423 Hand and edge tools, nec
3425 Saw blades and handsaws
3429 Hardware, nec
3431	Enameled Iron and metal sanitary
ware
3432	Plumbing fixture fittings and trim
3433	Heating equipment, except electric
and warm air furnaces
3441	Fabricated structural metal
3442	Metal doors, sash, and trim
3443	Fabricated plats work (boiler shops)
3444	Sheet metal work
3446 Architectural and ornamental metal
work
3448	Prefabricated metal buildings and
components
3449	Miscellaneous structural metal work
3451	Screw machine products
3452	Bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, and
washers
3462	Iron and steel forgings
3463	Nonferrous forgings
3465	Automotive stampings
3466	Crowns and closures
3469 Metal stampings, nec
3471 Plating and polishing
3479 Metal coating and allied services
3482	Small arms ammunition
3483	Ammunition, nec
3484	Small arms
3489 Ordnance and accessories, nec
3491	Industrial valves
3492	Fluid power valves and hose fittings
3493	Steel springs, except wire
3494	Valves and pipe fittings, nec
3495	Wire springs
3496	Miscellaneous fabricated wire
products
3497	Metal foil and leaf
3498	Fabricated pipe and fittings
3499	Fabricated metal products, nec
INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY AND
EQUIPMENT
3511 Turbines and turbine generator sets
3519 internal combustion engines, nec
3523	Farm machinery and equipment
3524	Lawn and garden equipment
3531 Construction machinery
3532	Mining machinery
3533	Oil and gas field machinery
3534	Elevators and moving stairways
3535	Conveyors and conveying
equipment
3536	Hoists, cranes, and monorails
3537	Industrial trucks, tractors, trailers,
and stackers
3541	Machine tools, metal cutting types
3542	Machine tools, metal forming types
3543	Industrial patterns
3544	Special dies, tools, jigs and fixtures,
and industrial molds
3545	Culling tools and machine tool
accessories
3546	Power driven hand tools
3547	Roiling mill machinery
3548	Welding and soldering equipment
3549	Metalworking machinery, nec
3552	Textile machinery
3553	Woodworking machinery
3554	Paper industries machinery
3555	Printing trades machinery
3556	Food products machinery
3559 Special industry machinery, nec
3561	Pumps and pumping equipment
3562	Ball and roller bearings
3563	Air and gas compressors
3564	Blowers, fans, and air purification
equipments
3565	Packaging machinery
3566	Speed changers, drives, and gears
35G7 Industrial furnaces and ovens
3568	Power transmission equipment, nec
3569	General industrial machinery, nec
3571	Electronic computers
3572	Computer storage devices
3575 Computer terminals
3577	Computer peripheral equipment,
nec
3578	Calculating and accounting
machines except electric computers
3579	Office machines, nec
3581	Automatic vending machines
3582	Commercial laundry equipment
3585	Refrigeration and heating
equipment
3586	Measuring and dispensing pumps
3589 Service industry machinery, nec
3592	Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves
3593	Fluid power cylinders and actuators
3594	Fluid power pumps and motors
3596 Scales and balances, except
laboratory
3599 Industrial and commercial
machinery and equipment, nec
ELECTRONIC AND OTHER ELECTRIC
EQUIPMENT
3612 Power, distribution, and specialty
transformers
3613 Switch gear and switchboard
apparatus
3621 Motors and generators
3624	Carbon and graphite products
3625	Relays and industrial controls
3629 Electrical industrial apparatus, nec
3631	Household cooking equipment
3632	Household refrigerators and
freezers
3633	Household laundry equipment
3634	Electric housewares and fans
3635	Household vacuum cleaners
3639 Household appliances, nec
3641 Electric lamp bulbs and tubes
3643	Current-carrying wiring devices
3644	Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices
3645	Residential electric lighting fixtures
3646	Commercial, industrial, and
institutional electric lighting fixtures
3647	Vehicular lighting equipment
3648	Lighting equipment, nec
3651	Household audio and video
equipment
3652	Prerecorded records, tapes, disks
3661 Telephone and telegraph apparatus
3663 Radio and TV communication
equipment
3669 Communications equipment, nec
3671	Electron tubes
3672	Printed circuit boards
3674	Semiconductors and related
devices
3675	Electronic capacitors
3676	Electronic resistors
3677	Electronic coils, transformers, and
other inductors
3678	Electronic connectors
3G79 Electronic components, nec
3691	Storage batteries
3692	Primary batteries, dry and wet
3694	Combustion engine electrical
equipment.
3695	Magnetic and optical recording-
media
3699 Electrical machinery, equipment
and supplies, nec
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
3711 Motor vehicles and passenger car
bodies.
3713	Truck and bus bodies
3714	Motor vehicle parts and accessories
3715	Truck trailers
3716	Motor homes
3721 Aircraft
3724 Aircraft engines and engine parts
3728 Aircraft parts and equipment, nec
3731	Ship building and repairing
3732	Boat building and repairing
3743 Railroad equipment
3751 Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts
Note: nec = not elsewhere classified.
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SIC
Code Industry	
3761 Guided missiles and space vehicles
3764 Missile and space vehicle propulsion
units and parts
3763 Missile and space vehicle
equipment, nec
3792 Travel trailers and campers
3795 Tanks and tank components
3799 Transportation equipment, nec
INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED
PRODUCTS
3812 Search, navigation, and related
equipment
3821	Laboratory apparatus and furniture
3822	Automatic environmental and
appliance controls
3823	Process control and related
instruments
3824	Fluid meters and counting devices
3825	Instruments to measure electricity
3826	Laboratory analytical instruments
3827	Optical instruments and lenses
3829 Measuring and controlling devices,
nec
3841	Surgical and medical instruments
3842	Orthopedic, prosthetic, and surgical
appliances and supplies
3843	Dental equipment and supplies
3844	X-ray apparatus and tubes
3845	Electromedical equipment
3851 Ophthalmic goods
3861 Photographic equipment and
supplies
3873 Watches, clocks, and parts -
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES
3911 Jewelry, precious metal
3914 Silverware and plated ware
.3915 Jewelers' materials and lapidary
work
3931 Musical instruments
3942 Dolls and stuffed toys
3944 Games, toys, and children's vehicles
3949 Sporting and athletic goods, nec
3951	Pens and mechanical pencils
3952	Lead pencils, crayons, and artist's
materials
3953	Marking devices
3955 Carbon paper and inked ribbons
3961 Costume jewelry and novelties
3965 Fasteners, buttons, needles, and
pins
3991 Brooms and brushes
3993 Signs and advertising specialties
3995	Burial caskets
3996	Hard surface floor coverings, nec
3999 Manufacturing industries, nec
SIC
Code Industry	
TRANSPORTATION AND
UTILITIES
RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION
4011 Railroads, line-haul operating
4013 Switching and terminal devices
LOCAL AND INTERURBAN
PASSENGER TRANSIT
4111 Local and suburban transit
4119 Local passenger transportation, nec
4121 Taxicabs
4131 Intercity and rural bus transportation
4141	Local bus charter service
4142	Bus charter service, except local
4151 School buses
4173 Terminal and service facilities for
motor vehicle passenger transport
TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING
4212	Local trucking, without storage
4213	Trucking, except local
4214	Local trucking with storage
4215	Courier services, except by air
4221	Farmproductwarehousingand
storage
4222	Refrigerated warehousing and
storage
4225	General warehousing and storage
4226	Special warehousing and storage,
nec
4231 Motor freight terminal facilities
U.S. POSTAL SERVICE
4311 U.S. Postal Service
WATER TRANSPORTATION
4412 Deep sea foreign transportation of
freight
4424 Deep sea domestic transportation of
freight
4432 Freight transportation on the Great
Lakes
4449 Water transportation of freight, nec
4481	Deep sea passenger transportation,
except by ferry
4482	Ferries
4489 Water passenger transportation,
nec
4491	Marine cargo handling
4492	Towing and tugboat service
4493	Marinas
4499 Water transportation services, nec
TRANSPORTATION BY AIR
4512	Air transportation, scheduled
4513	Air courier services
4522 Air transportation, nonschaduled
4581 Airports, flying fields, and terminal
services
SIC
Code Industry	
PIPELINES, EXCEPT NATURAL GAS
4612	Crude petroleum pipelines
4613	Refined petroleum pipelines
4619 Pipelines, nec
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
4724	Travel agencies
4725	Tour operators
4729 Passenger transportation
arrangement, nec
4731 Freight and cargo transportation
arrangement
4741 Rental of railroad'cars
4783 Packing and crating
4785 Fixed facilities and inspection and
weighing services
4789 Transportation services, nec
COMMUNICATIONS
4812	Radiotelephone communications
4813	Telephone communications, except
radiotelephone
4822 Telegraph and other message
communications
4S32 Radio broadcasting stations
4833 Television broadcasting stations
4841 CableandothorpayTVservices
4899 Communication services, nec
ELECTRIC, GAS, AND SANITARY
SERVICES
4911 Electric services
4922	Natural gas transmission
4923	Gas transmission and distribution
4924	Natural gas distribution
4925	Gas production and/or distribution .
4931	Electric and other services
combined
4932	Gas and other sen/ices combined
4939 Combination utilities, nec
4941 Water supply
4952	Sewerage systems
4953	Refuse systems
4959 Sanitary services, nec
4961 Steam and air conditioning supply
4971 Irrigation systems
WHOLESALE TRADE
WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE
GOODS
5012	Automobiles and other motor
vehicles
5013	Motor vehicle supplies and new
parts
5014	Tires and tubes
5015	Motor vehicle parts, used
5021 Furniture
5023 Home furnishings -
5031 Lumber, plywood, andmillwork
Note: nec = not elsewhere classified.
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SIC
Code Industry	
5032	Brick, stone, and related materials
5033	Roofing, siding, and insulation
5039 Construction materials, nec
5043	Photographic equipment and
supplies
5044	Office equipment
5045	Computers, peripherals, and
software
5046	Commercial equipment, nec
5047	Medical, dental, and hospital
equipment
5048	Ophthalmic goods
5049	Professional equipment, nec
5051	Metals service centers and offices
5052	Coal and other minerals and ores
5063	Electrical apparatus and equipment
5064	Electrical appliances, TV and radios
5065	Electronic parts and equipment; nec
5072 Hardware
5074	Plumbing and hydronlc heating
supplies
5075	Warm air heating and air
conditioning equipment
5078 Refrigeration equipment and
supplies
5082	Construction and mining machinery
5083	Farm and garden machinery
5064 Industrial machinery and equipment
5085 Induslrial supplies
5087	Service establishment equipment
5088	Transportation equipment and
supplies, except motor vehicles
5091	Sporting and recreational goods
5092	Toys and hobby goods and supplies
5093	Scrap and waste materials
5094	Jewelry, watches, precious stones,
and precious metals
5099 Durable goods, nec
WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE
GOODS
5111	Printing and writing paper
5112	Stationery and office supplies
5113	Industrial and personal service
paper
5122 Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries
5131 Piece goods and other dry goods
5136	Men's and boys'clothing and
furnishings
5137	Women's, children's, and infants'
clothing and accessories
5139 Footwear
5141	Groceries, general line
5142	Packaged frozen foods
5143	Dairy products, except dried or
canned
5144	Poultry and poultry products
5145	Confectionery
5146	Fish and seafoods
5147	Meats and meat products
514S Fresh fruits and vegetables
SIC
Code Industry
5149 Groceries and related products, nec
5153	Grain and field beans
5154	Livestock
5159 Farm-product raw materials, nec
5162 Plastics materials and basic shapes
5169 Chemicals and allied products, nec
5171	Petroleum bulk stations and
terminals
5172	Petroleum products wholesalers,
nec
5181	Beer and ale
5182	Wines and distilled alcoholic
beverages
5191	Farm supplies
5192	Books, periodicals, and newspapers
5193	Flowers and florists'supplies
5194	Tobacco and tobacco products
5138 Paints, varnishes, and supplies
5199 Nondurable goods, nec
RETAIL TRADE
BUILDING MATERIALS AND GARDEN
SUPPLIES
5211 Lumber and other building materials
dealers
5231 Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores
5251 Hardware stores
5261 Retail nurseries and garden supply
stores
5271 Mobile home dealers
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES
5311 Department stores
5331 Variety stores
5399 Miscellaneous general merchandise
stores
FOOD STORES
5411 Grocery stores
5421 Meat and fish markets
5431 Fruit and vegetable markets
5441 Candy, nut, and confectionery
stores
5451 Dairy products stores
5461 Retail bakers
5499 Miscellaneous food stores
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE
STATIONS
5511 New and used car dealers
5521 Used car dealers
5531 Auto and home supply stores
5541 Gasoline service stations
5551 Boat dealers
5561 Recreational vehicle dealers
5571 Motorcycle dealers
5599 Automotive dealers, nec
SIC
Code Industry
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES
5611 Men's and boys' clothing and
accessory stores
5621 Women's clothing stores
5632 Women's accessory and specialty
stores
5641 Children's and infants' wear stores
5651 Family clothing stores
5661 Shoe stores
5699 Miscellaneous apparel and
accessory stores
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS
STORES
5712	Furniture stores
5713	Floor covering stores
5714	Window treatment and upholstery
stores
5719 Miscellaneous home furnishings
stores
5722 Household appliance stores
5731 Radio, TV, and electronic stores
5734	Computer and software stores
5735	Record and prerecorded tape stores
5736	Musical Instruments stores
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES
5812	Eating places
5813	Drinking places
MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL
5912 Drugstores and proprietary stores
5921 Liquor stores
5932 Used merchandise stores
5941	Sporting goods and bicycle shops
5942	Book stores
5943	Stationery stores
5944	Jewelry stores
5945	Hobby, toy, and game shops
5946	Camera and photographic supply
stores
5947	Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops
5948	Luggage and leather goods stores
5949	Sewing, needlework, and piece
goods stores
5961	Catalog and mail order houses
5962	Vending machine operators
5963	Direct selling establishments
5983	Fuel oil dealers
5984	Bottled gas dealers
5989 Fuel dealers, nec
5992	Florists
5993	Tobacco stores and stands
5994	News dealers and newsstands
5995	Optical goods stores
5999 Miscellaneous retail stores, nec
Note: nec = not elsewhere classified.
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sic
Code Industry
FINANCE, INSURANCE &
REAL ESTATE
DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS
6011 Federal Reserve banks
6019 Central reserve depository
institutions, nec
6021	National commercial banks
6022	State commercial banks
6029 Commercial banks, nec
035 Federal savings institutions
6036 Savings institutions, except federal
6061	Fede ra I c red It u n ions
6062	Credit unions, except federal
6081	Foreign bank branches and
agencies
6082	Foreign trade and international
banking institutions
6091 Nondeposlt trust facilities
6099 Depository institutions, nec
NONDEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS
6111 Federal and federally-sponsored
credit agencies
6141 Personal credit institutions
6153 Short-term business credit
institutions, except agricultural
6159 Miscellaneous business credit
institutions
6162	Mortgage bankers and loan
correspondents
6163	Loan brokers
SECURITY AND COMMODITY
BROKERS
211 Security brokers and dealers
6221 Commodity contracts brokers and
dealers
6231 Security and commodity exchanges
6282 Investment advice
6289 Security and commodity exchange
services, nec
INSURANCE CARRIERS
6311 Life insurance
6321 Accident and health insurance
6324 Hospital and medical service plans
6331 Rre, marine, and casualty insurance
6351 Surety insurance
6361 Title insurance
6371 Pension, health, and welfare funds
6399 Insurance carriers, nec
INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS, AND
SERVICE
6411 insurance agents, brokers, and
service
REAL ESTATE
6512 Nonresidential building operators
SIC
Code Industry	
6513	Apartment building operators
6514	Dwelling operators, except
apartments
6515	Mobile home site operators
6517 Railroad property lessors
6519 Real property lessors, nec
6531 Real estate agents and managers
6541 Title abstract offices
6552	Subdtviders and developers, except
cemeteries
6553	Cemetery subdivlders and
developers
HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT
OFFICES
6712 Bank holding company offices
6719 Holding company offices, nec
6722 Open-end management investment
offices
6726 Investment offices, nec
6732	Educational, religious, and
charitable trusts
6733	Trusts, nec
6792 Oil royalty traders
6794 Patent owners and lessors
6798	Real estate Investment trusts
6799	Investors, nec
SERVICES
HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING
PLACES
7011 Hotels and motels
7021 Rooming and boarding houses
7032	Sporting and recreational camps
7033	RV parks and campsites
7041 Members hip-basis organization
hotels and lodging
PERSONAL SERVICES
7211	Power laundries, family and
commercial
7212	Garment pressing and cleaners'
agents
7213	Linen supply
7215	Coin-operated laundries and
cleaning
7216	Dry cleaning plants, except rug
7217	Carpetandupholsterycleaning
7218	Industrial launderers
7219	Laundry and garment services, nec
7221 Photographic studios, portrait
7231 Beauty shops
7241 Barber shops
7251 Shoe repair and shoeshlne shops
7261 Funeral service and crematories
7291 Tax return preparation services
7299 Miscellaneous personal services,
nec
SIC
Code Industry	
BUSINESS SERVICES
7311	Advertising agencies
7312	Outdoor advertising services
7313	Radio, TV, publisher advertising
representatives
7319 Advertising, nec
7322	Adjustment and collection services
7323	Credit reporting services
7331 Direct mail advertising services
7334	Photocopying and duplicating
services
7335	Commercial photography
7336	Commercial art and graphic design
7338 Secretarial and court reporting
7342 Disinfecting and pest control
services
7349 Building maintenance sen/ices, nec
7352	Medical equipment rental
7353	Heavy construction equipment
rental
7359 Equipment rental and leasing, nec
7361 Employment agencies
7363 Help supply services
7371	Computer programming services
7372	Prepackaged software
7373	Computer integrated systems
design
7374	Data processing services
7375	Information retrieval services
7376	Computer facilities management
7377	Computer rental and leasing
7378	Computer maintenance and repair
7379	Computer related services, nec
7381	Detective, guard, and armored car
services
7382	Security systems services
7383	News syndicates
7384	Photofinishing laboratories
7369 Business services, nec
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR, SERVICES, AND
PARKING
7513	Truck rental and leasing, no drivers
7514	Passenger car rental
7515	Passenger car teasing
7519 Utility trailer and RV rental
7521 Automobile parking
7532	Top, body, and upholstery repair
and paint shops
7533	Auto exhaust system repair shops
7534 Tire retreading and repair shops
7536	Automotive glass replacement
shops
7537	Automotive transmission repair
shops
7538	General automotive repair shops
7539	Automotive repair shops, nec
7542 Car washes
7549 Automotive services, nec
Note: nec = not elsewhere classified.
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Code Industry	
MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES
7622	Radio and television repair
7623	Refrigeration service and repair
7629 Electrical repair shops, nec
7631 Watch, clock, and jewelry repair
7641 Reupholstery and furniture repair
7692 Welding repair
7694 Armature rewinding shops
7699 Repair shops and related services,
nec
MOTION PICTURES
7812 Motion picture and video production
7819 Services allied to motion picture
production
7822 Motion picture and video distribution
7829 Motion picture distribution services
7832	Motion picture theaters except drive-
ins
7833	Drive-in motion picture theaters
7841 Video tape rental
AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION
SERVICES
7911 Dance studios, schools, and halls
7922 Theatrical producers and services
7929 Entertainers and entertainment
groups
7933 Bowling centers
7941 Sports clubs, managers, and
promoters
7948 Racing, including track operation
7991	Physical fitness facilities
7992	Public golf courses
7993	Coin-operated amusement devices
7996	Amusement parks
7997	Membership sports and recreation
clubs
7999 Amusement and recreation, nec
HEALTH SERVICES
8011 Offices and clinics of medical
doctors
8D21 Offices and clinics of dentists
8031 Offices and clinics of osteopathic
physicians
8041	Offices and clinics of chiropractors
8042	Offices and clinics of optometrists
8043	Office and clinics of podiatrists
8049 Offices and clinics of health
practitioners, nec
8051	Skilled nurse care facilities
8052	Intermediate care facilities
8059 Nursing and personal care facilities,
nec
8062	General medical and surgical
hospitals
8063	Psychiatric hospitals
8069 Specialty hospitals, except
psychiatric
8071 Medical laboratories
SIC
Code Industry	
8072 Dental laboratories
8082 Home health care services
8092	Kidney dialysis centers
8093	Specialty outpatient clinics, nec
8099 Health and allied services, nec
LEGAL SERVICES
8111 Legal services
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
8211 Elementary and secondary schools
8221	Colleges and universities
8222	Junior colleges
8231 Libraries
8243	Data processing schools
8244	Business and secretarial schools
8249 Vocational schools, nec
8299 Schools and educational services,
nec
SOCIAL SERVICES
8322 Individual and family social services
8331 Job training and related services
8351 Child day care services
8361 Residential care
8399 Social services, nec
MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL, ZOOLOGICAL
GARDENS
8412 Museums and art galleries
8422 Botanical and zoological gardens
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS
8611	Business associations
8621	Professional organizations
8631	Labor organizations
8641	Civic and social associations
8651	Political organizations
8661	Rellglousorganizations
8699 Membership organizations, nec
ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT
SERVICES
8711	Engineering services
8712	Architectural services
8713	Surveying services
8721 Accounting, auditing, and
bookkeeping services
8731	Commercial physical and biological
research
8732	Commercial economic, sociological,
and educational research
8733	Noncommercial research
organizations
8734	Testing laboratories
8741	Management services
8742	Management consulting services
8743	Public relations services
8744	Facilities support services
8748 Business consulting services, nec
SIC
Code Industry
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS
8811 Private households
SERVICES, NEC
8999 Services, nec
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
EXECUTIVE, LEGISLATIVE, AND
GENERAL
9111 Executive offices
9121 Legislative bodies
9131 Executive and legislative offices
combined
9199 General government, nec
JUSTICE, PUBLIC ORDER, AND
SAFETY
9211 Courts
9221	Police protection
9222	Legal counsel and prosecution
9223	Correctional institutions
9224	Fire protection
9229 Public order and safety, nec
FINANCE, TAXATION, AND MONETARY
POLICY
9311 Public finance, taxation, and
monetary policy
ADMINISTRATION OF HUMAN
RESOURCES
9411 Administration of educational
programs
9431 Administration of public health
programs
9441 Administration of social, human
resource, and income maintenance
programs
9451 Administration of veterans' affairs,
except health Insurance
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND
HOUSING
9511	Air and water resource and solid
waste management
9512	Land, mineral, wildlife, and forest
conservation
9531	Administration of housing programs
9532	Administration of urban and
community development
ADMINISTRATION OF ECONOMIC
PROGRAMS
9611 Administration of general economic
programs
9621 Regulation and administration of
transportation programs
Note; nec = not elsewhere classified.
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SIC
SIC
SIC
Code Industry
Code Industry
Code Industry
9631 Regulation and administration of
utilities
9641 Regulation of agricultural marketing
and commodity
9651 Regulation of miscellaneous
commercial sectors
9661 Space research and technology
NATIONAL SECURITY AND
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
9711 National security
9721 International affairs
9999 Nonclassifiable establishment
Note: nec = not elsewhere classified.
NONCLASSIFIABLE
ESTABLISHMENTS
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SOURCECODES
Source codes describe the type of process or activity (i.e., source) from which a hazardous waste was generated.
Code
Waste source
Code
Waste source
CLEANING AND DEGREASING
A55
Filter/battery replacement


A56
Discontinue use of process equipment
A01
Stripping
A57
Discarding off-spec material
AO 2
Acid cleaning
A58
Discarding out-of-date products or chemicals
A03
Caustic (alkali) cleaning
A59
Other production-derived one-time and
AG4
Flush rinsing

intermittent processes (Specify in Comments)
A05
Dip rinsing
A60
Sludge removal
A06
Spray rinsing


A07
Vapor degreasing


AOS
Physical scraping and removal
REMEDIATION DERIVED WASTE
A09
Clean out process equipment


A19
Other cleaning and degreasing (Specify in
A6I
Super fund Remedial Action

Comments)
A62
Superfund Emergency Response


A63
RCRA Corrective Action at solid waste



management unit
SURFACE PREPARATION AND FINISHING
A64
RCRA closure of hazardous waste



management unit
A21
Painting
A65
Underground storage tank cleanup
A22
Electroplating
A69
Other remediation (Specify in Comments)
A23
Electro less plating


A24
Phosphating


A 25
Heat treating
POLLUTION CONTROL OR WASTE
A26
Pickling
TREATMENT PROCESSES
A27
Etching


A29
Other surface coating/preparation (Specify in
A71
Filtering/screening

Comments)
A72
Metals recovery


A73
Solvents recovery


A74
Incineration/thermal treatment
PROCESSES OTHER THAN SURFACE
A75
Wastewater treatment
PREPARATION
A76
Sludge dewatering


A77
Stabilization
A31
Product rinsing
A78
Air pollution control devices
A3 2
Product filtering
A79
Leachate collection
A3 3
Product distillation
A89
Other pollution control or waste treatment
A3 4
Product solvent extraction

(Specify in Comments) .
A35
By-product processing


A36
Spent catalyst removal


A37
Spent process liquids removal
OTHER PROCESSES
A38
Tank sludge removal


A39
Slag removal
A91
Clothing and personal protective equipment
A40
Metal forming
A92
Routine cleanup wastes (e.g., floor
A41
Plastics forming

sweepings)
A49
Other processes other than surface
A93
Closure of management unit(s) or equipment

preparation (Specify in Comments)

other than by remediation specified in codes



A61-A69


A94
Laboratory wastes
PRODUCTION OR SERVICE DERIVED ONE-
A99
Other (Specify in Comments)
TIME AND INTERMITTENT PROCESSES

-
A51
Leak collection


A53
Cleanup of spill residues


A54
Oil changes


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FORM CODES
Form codes describe the general physical and chemical characteristics of a hazardous waste.
Code Waste description
Code Waste description
LAB PACKS
Lab Packs - Lab packs of mixed wastes, chemicals,
lab wastes
B001 Lab packs of old chemicals only
B002 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 - Waste that is primarily
inorganic and highly fluid (e.g., aqueous), with low
suspended inorganic solids and low organic content
B101 Aqueous waste with low solvents
B102 Aqueous waste with low other toxic organics
B103 Spent acid with metals
B104 Spent acid without metals
B105 Acidic aqueous waste
B106 Caustic solution with metals but no cyanides
B107 Caustic solution with metals and cyanides
B108 Caustic solution with cyanides but no metals
B109 Spent caustic
B110 Caustic aqueous waste
Bill Aqueous waste with reactive sulfides
B112 Aqueous waste with other reactives (e.g., '
explosives)
B113 Other aqueous waste with high dissolved
solids
B114 Other aqueous waste with low dissolved solids
B115 Scrubber water
B116 Leachate
B117 Waste liquid mercury
B119 Other inorganic liquids (Specify in
Comments)
Organic Liquids - Waste that is primarily organic
and is highly fluid, with low inorganic solids content
and low-to-moderate water content
B20I	Concentrated solvent-water solution
B202	Halogenated (e.g., chlorinated) solvent
B203	Nonhalogenated solvent
B204	Halogenated/nonhalogenated solvent mixture
B205	Oil-water emulsion or mixture
B206	Waste oil
B207	Concentrated aqueous solution of other
organics
B208	Concentrated phenolics
B209	Organic paint, ink, lacquer, or varnish
B210	Adhesives or epoxies
B211	Paint thinner or petroleum distillates
B212	Reactive or polymerizable organic liquid
B219	Other organic liquids (Specify in Comments)
SOLIDS
Inorganic Solids - Waste that is primarily inorganic
and solid, with low organic content and low-to-
moderate water content; not pumpable
B301 Soil contaminated with organics
B302 Soil contaminated with inorganics only
B303 Ash, slag, or other residue from incineration
of wastes
B304 Other "dry" ash, slag, or thermal residue
B305 "Dry" lime or metal hydroxide solids
chemically "fixed"
B306 "Dry" lime or metal hydroxide solids not
"fixed"
B307 Metal scale, filings, or scrap
B308 Empty or crushed metal drums or containers
B309 Batteries or battery parts, casings, cores
B310 Spent solid filters or adsorbents
B311 Asbestos solids and debris
B312 Metal-cyanide salts/chemicals
B313 Reactive cyanide salts/chemicals
B314 Reactive sulfide salts/chemicals
B315 Other reactive salts/chemicals
B316 Other metal salts/chemicals
B319 Other waste inorganic solids (Specify in
Comments)
ORGANIC Solids - Waste that is primarily organic and
solid, with low-to-moderate inorganic content and
water content; not pumpable
B401 Halogenated pesticide solid
B402 Nonhalogenated pesticide solid
B403 Solid resins or polymerized organics
B404 Spent carbon
B405 Reactive organic solid
B406 Empty fiber or plastic containers
B407 Other halogenated organic solids (Specify in
Comments)
B409 Other nonhalogenated organic solids (Specify
in Comments)
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FORM CODES
(Continued)
Code Waste description
SLUDGES
Inorganic Sludges - Waste that is primarily
inorganic, with moderate-to-high water content and low
organic content; pumpable
B501 Lime sludge without metals
B502 Lime sludge with metals/metal hydroxide
sludge
B503 Wastewater treatment sludge with toxic
organics
B504 Other wastewater treatment sludge
B505 Untreatedplatingsludgewithoutcyanides
B506 Untreated plating sludge with cyanides
B507 Other sludge with cyanides
B508 Sludge with reactive sulfides
B509 Sludge with other reactives
B510 Degreasing sludge with metal scale or filings
B511 Air pollution control device sludge (e.g., fly
ash, wet scrubber sludge)
B512 Sediment or lagoon dragout contaminated
with organics
B513 Sediment or lagoon dragout contaminated
with inorganics only
B514 Drilling mud
B515 Asbestos slurry or sludge
B516 Chloride or other brine sludge
B519 Other inorganic sludges (Specify in
Comments)
Code Waste description
GASES
Inorganic Gases - Waste that is primarily inorganic
with a low organic content and is a gas at atmospheric
pressure
B701 Inorganic gases
Organic Gases - Waste that is primarily organic with
Iow-to-moderate inorganic content and is a gas at
atmospheric pressure
BS01 Organic gases
Organic Sludges - Waste that is primarily organic
with low-to-moderate inorganic solids content and
water content; pumpable
B601 Still bottoms of halogenated (e.g., chlorinated)
 solvents or other organic liquids
B602 Still bottoms of nonhalogenated solvents or
other organic liquids
B603 Oily sludge
B604 Organic paint or ink sludge
B605 Reactive or polymerizable organics
B606 Resins, tars, or tarry sludge
B607 Biological treatment sludge
B608 Sewage or other untreated biological sludge
B609 Other organic sludges (Specify in Comments)
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SYSTEM TYPE CODES
System Type codes describe the type of hazardous waste management system used to treat or dispose a hazardous
waste.
Code
System Type
Code
System Type
METALS RECOVERY (FOR REUSE)
AQUEOUS INORGANIC TREATMENT
M011
High temperature metals recovery
M071
Chrome reduction followed by chemical
MO 12
Retorting

precipitation
MO 13
Secondary smelting
M072
Cyanide destruction followed by chemical
MOM
Other metals recovery for reuse: e.g., ion

precipitation

exchange, reverse osmosis, acid leaching
M073
Cyanide destruction only

(Specify in Comments)
M074
Chemical oxidation followed by chemical
MO 19
Metals recovery  type unknown (Explain in

precipitation

Comments)
M075
Chemical oxidation only


M076
Wet air oxidation
SOLVENTS RECOVERY
M077
Chemical precipitation


M078
Other aqueous inorganic treatment: e.g., ion
M021
Fractio nation/distillation

exchange, reverse osmosis (Specify in
M022
Thin film evaporation

Comments)
M023
Solvent extraction
M079
Aqueous inorganic treatment - type unknown
M024
Other solvent recovery (Specify in

(Explain in Comments)

Comments)


M029
Solvents recovery - type unknown (Explain
AQUEOUS ORGANIC TREATMENT

in Comments)




M081
Biological treatment
OTHER RECOVERY
M082
Carbon adsorption
M031

M083
Air/steam stripping
Acid regeneration
M084
Wet air oxidation
M032
Other recovery: e.g., waste oil recovery,
M085
Other aqueous organic treatment (Specify in

nonsolvent organics recovery (Specify in

Comments)

Comments)
M089
Aqueous organic treatment - type unknown
M039
Other recovery - type unknown (Explain in

(Explain in Comments)

Comments)




AQUEOUS ORGANIC AND INORGANIC
INCINERATION
TREATMENT
M041 
Incineration - liquids
M091
Chemical precipitation in combination with
M042
Incineration - sludges

biological treatment
M043
Incineration - solids
M092
Chemical precipitation in combination with
M044
Incineration - gases

carbon adsorption
M049
Incineration - type unknown (Explain in
M093
Wet air oxidation

Comments)
M094
Other organic/inorganic treatment (Specify in



Comments)
ENERGY RECOVERY (REUSE AS FUEL)
M099
Aqueous organic and inorganic treatment -



type unknown (Explain in'Comments)
M051
Energy recovery - liquids


M052
Energy recovery - sludges
SLUDGE TREATMENT
M053
Energy recovery  solids


M059
Energy recovery - type unknown (Explain in
M101
Sludge dewatering

Comments)
M102
Addition of excess lime


Ml 03
A bsorption/ad sorption
FUEL BLENDING
M104
Solvent extraction


Ml 09
Sludge treatment - type unknown (Explain in
M061
Fuel blending

Comments)
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SYSTEM TYPE CODES
(Continued)
Code System Type	
STABILIZATION
Mill Stabilization/chemical Fixation using
cementitious and/or pozzolanic materials
Ml 12 Other stabilization (Specify in Comments)
Ml 19 Stabilization - type unknown (Explain in
Comments)
OTHER TREATMENT
M121 Neutralization only
M122 Evaporation only
M123 Settling/clarification only
M124 Phase separation (e.g., emulsion breaking,
filtration) only
M125 Other treatment (Specify in Comments)
M129 Other treatment - type unknown (Explain in
Comments)
DISPOSAL
M131 Land treatment/application/farming
Ml 32 Landfill
M133 Surface impoundment (to be closed as a
landfill)
M134 Deepwel 1/underground injection
M135 Direct discharge to sewer/POTW
M136 Direct discharge to surface water under
NPDES
-M137 Other disposal (Specify in Comments)
TRANSFER FACILITY STORAGE
M141 Transfer facility storage - waste was shipped
off site without any on-site treatment,
disposal, or recycling activity
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	STATE/REGIONAL OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION
Please return your 1997 Hazardous Waste Report to the appropriate State or Regional office listed below.
Call the contact, if identified below, for additional information (e.g., if you need a street address instead of
a P.O. Box).
STATE
ADDRESS
CONTACT
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona"
Arkansas"
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Alabama Land Division - Report Section
Alabama Department of Environmental
Management
P.O. Box 301463
Montgomery, AL 36130-1463
EPA Region 10
Office of Waste and Chemical Management
1200 Sixth Avenue, WCM-122
Seattle, WA 98101
See Arizona's State-specific forms
Annual Reports
ADPC&E Hazardous Waste Division
8001 National Drive
Little Rock, AR 72219-8913
Biennial Report Staff
CA Department of Toxic Substances Control
P.O. Box 806
Sacramento, CA 95812-0806
Colorado Department of Public Health and
Environment
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Mailcode HMWMD-CP-B2
Denver, CO 80222-1530
Connecticut Department of Environmental
Protection
Waste Bureau
79 Elm Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and
Environmental Control
Hazardous Waste Management Branch
P.O. Box 1401
Dover, DE 19903
DCRA/ERA
Hazardous Waste Management Branch
2100 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave., S.E.
Suite 203
Washington, DC 20020
Jack Griffith
Florida DEP
BRS Coordinator-MS-4555
2600 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, EL 32399-2400
Hugh Cox
(334) 271-7910
(800) 550-7272
Kathy Feliberty
(602) 207-4214
Data Manager
(501) 682-0833
Biennial Report Staff
(916) 322-2880
(916) 322-5585
Mira Neumiller
(303) 692-3350
Inga Rubecka
(860) 424-3566
Jane Frank
(302) 739-3689
Mark Hughes
(202) 645-6080 ext. 3023
Jack Griffith
(904) 921-9219
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STATE/REGIONAL OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION
(Continued)
STATE
Georgia
Guam
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois'"1
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas"
Kentucky5
Louisiana"
Maine
Maryland
ADDRESS
CONTACT
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Hazardous Waste Management Branch
205 Butler Street, S.E.
Floyd Towers East, Suite 1154
Atlanta, GA 30334
Guam Environmental Protection Agency
P.O.Box 22439 GMF
Barrigada, GU 96921
Hawaii Department of Health
Solid & Hazardous Waste Branch
919 Ala Moana Boulevard, #212
Honolulu, HI 96814
Idaho Division of Environmental Quality
1410'North Hilton
Boise, ID S3706
Bureau of Land
Planning and Reporting Section
P.O. Box 19276
Springfield, IL 62794-1976
Jenny Ranck Dooley
Solid and Hazardous Waste
Indiana Department of Environmental
Management
100 North Senate Ave.
P.O. Box 7035
Indianapolis, IN 46207-7035
U.S. EPA Region 7
ARTD/IRSP
726 Minnesota Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66101
Kansas Department of Health and Environment
Building 740, Forbes Field
Topeka, KS 66620
See Kentucky's State-specific forms
See Louisiana's State-specific forms
Maine Department of Environmental Protection
BRWM
State House Station 17
Augusta, ME 04333-0017
Maryland Department of the Environment
Hazardous Waste Program
2500 Broening Highway
Baltimore, MD 21224
(404) 656-7802
Francis P. Damian
(671)475-1605
(808) 586-7509
John Brueck
(208) 373-0458
(217) 782-6762
Jenny Ranck Dooley
(317) 232-8925
Beth Koesterer
(913)551-7673
Candy Williamson
(913) 296-6898
Cherrie Plummer
(207) 287-2651
Emily Troyer
(410) 631-3344
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(Continued)
STATE
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Navajo Nation
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
ADDRESS
Massachusetts Department of Environmental
Protection
Bureau of Waste Prevention
One Winter Street
Boston, MA 02108
U.S. EPA Region 5
P.O. Box A 3587
Chicago, IL 60690
ATTN: Mary ViHarreai
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
HW/PD
520 Lafayette Road, North
St. Paul, MN 55155
Mississippi Dept. of Environmental Quality
Hazardous Waste Division
P.O. Box 10385
Jackson, MS 39289-0385 '
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Hazardous Waste Program
P.O. Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Montana Department of Environmental Quality
Permitting and Compliance
P.O. Box 200901
Helena, MT 59620-0901
Navajo Nation
Navajo EPA
P.O. Box 339
Window Rock, AZ 86515
ATTN: Debbie McBride
Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
1200 N Street, Suite 400, The Atrium Bldg.
Lincoln, NE 68509-8922
Nevada Div. of Environmental Protection
333 West Nye Lane, Capitol Complex
Carson City, NV 89710
New Hampshire Department of Environmental
Services
Waste Management Division - Reporting
Section
6 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03301
New Jersey .Dept. of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Revenue
c/o Solid and Hazardous Waste
P.O. Box 417
Trenton, NJ 08625
CONTACT
Beth McDonough
(617)574-6895
Mary Villarreal
(312) 886-7439
Julie Anne O'Neill
(612) 297-8332
Terrell Chester
(601)961-5038
John Beard
(573) 751-3176
Debbie Walker
(406) 444-2891
Debbie McBride
(520) 871-7995
Teri Swarts
(402) 471-4217
Hazardous Waste Information Line
(800) 882-3233 (within NV only)
Karen A. Way
(603)271-6350
Hazardous Waste Report Unit
(309) 292-7081
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(Continued)
STATE
ADDRESS
CONTACT
New Mexico
New YorkM
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio"
Oklahoma
Oregon3
Pennsylvania**
Puerto Rico
Rhode Island
South Carolinas
South Dakota
New Mexico Environment Department
Hazardous and Radioactive Materials Bureau
P.O. Box 26110
Santa Fe, NM 87502
NYSDEC
Division of Solid and Hazardous Materials
50 Wolf Road
Room 888
Albany, NY 12233-7250
North Carolina DEHNR
Hazardous Waste Section
P.O. Box 29603
Raleigh, NC 27611-9603
NortK Dakota Department of Health
P.O. Box 5520
Bismarck, ND 58506-5520
Ohio EPA
Division of Hazardous Waste Management
Data Management Section
P.O. Box 1049
Columbus, OH 43216-1049
Oklahoma Dept. of Environmental Quality
Waste Management Division
1000 Northeast 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73117-1212
See Oregon's State-specific forms
PA DEP-LRWM
Division of Reporting and Fee Collection
P.O. Box 8550
Harrisburg, PA 17105-8550
Environmental Quality Board
Land Pollution Control Area
P.O. Box 11488
Santurce, PR 00910
Rhode Island DEM
Division of Waste Management
235 Promenade Street
Providence, RI02908
South Carolina DHEC
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
2600 Bull Street
Columbia, SC 29201
South Dakota DENR
Waste Management Program
523 East Capitol Avenue - Joe Foss Bldg.
Pierre, SD 57501
Anna Walker
(505)827-1558
Technical Assistance Helpline
(800) 452-1952 (NYS Only)
(518) 457-0532 (Outside NYS)
(919) 733-2178
ext. 240 or 247
Christine Roob
(701)328-5166
Paula Canter/Mike Rath
(614) 644-2977
Gail Hammil
(405) 271-5338
DEQ Hazardous Waste Helpline
(503) 229-6938
Robert Finkel
(717)783-9258
Israel Torres Rivera
(787)767-8181 ext. 2024
(401)277-2797
Lisa Ye.ager
(803)896-4138
Carrie Jacobson
(605) 773-3153
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(Continued)
STATE
ADDRESS
CONTACT
Tennessee3
Texas5
Trust Territories
Utah
Vermont
Virgin Islands
Virginia
Washington5
West Virginia
Wisconsin11
Wyoming
See Tennessee's State-specific forms
See Texas' State-specific forms
U.S. EPA Region 9
Hawthorne Street, WST-6
San Francisco, CA 94110
ATTN: Biennial Report Coordinator
Utah DEQ/DSHW
P.O. Box 144880
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4880
Vermont Agency of Natural Resources
Waste Management Division
Technical Services Section
103 South Main Street/West Building
Waterbury, VT 05671-0404
U.S. EPA Region 2
290 Broadway
New York, NY 10007-1866
ATTN: Ms. Elizabeth Van Rabenswaay
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
OT A/Waste
629 E. Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Washington Department of Ecology
Hazardous Waste Information
P.O. Box 47658
Olympia, WA 98504-7658
West Virginia DEP
Office of Waste Management
1356 Hansford Street
Charleston, WV 25301
See Wisconsin's State-specific forms
WDEQ-SHWD
Heschler Building
4 th Floor
122 West 25th Street
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Olof Hansen
(415)744-2044
Jim Smith
(801)	538-6170
Maria Stadelmayer
(802)	241-3881
Elizabeth Van Rabenswaay
(212) 637-4119
Claire Ballard
(804) 698-4177
Joanne Phillipson
(360) 407-6735
Mike Dorsey
(304) 558-5989
Tim Link
(307) 777-7752
M State uses a modified version of the Federal 1997 Biennial Report instructions and forms.
s = State uses its own report instructions and forms to fulfill the reporting requirements.
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APPENDIX A
EXAMPLES OF COMPLETED
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APPENDIX A
EXAMPLES OF COMPLETED 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT FORMS
This appendix contains hypothetical examples of completed 1997 Hazardous Waste Report forms for three
sites: ABC Painting Co., Platers, Inc., and Waste Disposal, Inc. These examples are for illustrative
purposes only and are not intended to cover all possible situations. In addition, information in the.
examples is fictitious and does not represent any known companies.
	Example 1 is for a RCRA large quantity generator (LQG), ABC Painting Co., that shipped
all of its hazardous waste off site for treatment, disposal, or recycling.
	Example 2 is for a RCRA LQG, Platers, Inc., that treated some hazardous wastes on site
and shipped the remainder of the hazardous waste off site for treatment, disposal, or
recycling,
	Example 3 is for a commercial treatment, storage, or disposal (TSD) facility, Waste
Disposal, Inc.
The following information is provided for each example:
	A description of the hazardous waste activities at the site;
	A simplified schematic diagram of the hazardous waste activities;
	An explanation of each relevant Biennial Report form for the site; and
	A completed copy of each Biennial Report form for the site.
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
EXAMPLE 1
ABC Painting Co.
Site Description
ABC Painting Co. generates hazardous waste on site and ships it off site for treatment, disposal, or
recycling. The company specializes in painting automobiles and generates spent solvent from line
flushing operations and normal cleaning operations. The company does not treat, dispose, or recycle
hazardous waste on site. During 1997, the company generated 12,500 gallons of spent solvent. In
1997, the company shipped 7,500 gallons of the spent solvent to Waste Disposal, Inc. (see Example 3)
for incineration; shipped 3,250 gallons to Organics Recovery Co. for solvent recovery; and shipped 500
gallons via transfer facility. It placed the remaining 1,250 gallons in short-term accumulation
containers to await shipment after December 31, 1997. FigureA-1 shows the schematic diagram of
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Figure A-1
1997 Hazardous Waste Generation and Management at ABC Painting Co.
Tints and
Thinners
pigments^
oils and solvents,
resins.
* Product
Line Flushing and Tank Cleaning
Spent
Solvant
(F003)
12,600 gal
3,250 gat
7,500 gal
500 gal
Transfer
Facility
Short-term
Accumulation
in Containers
Dispenser/
Grinder
Filling
Operations
Thinning and
Tinting Tank
Mixing
Tank
Off-site
Organics
Recovery
Off-site
Disposal
(sea Example 3)
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by ABC Painting Co.
Form IC
The site meets the definition of a RCRA LQG because it generated in any (one) month 1,000 kg (2,200
lbs) or more of RCRA hazardous waste during 1997. Therefore, it is required to file the 1997
Hazardous Waste Report. (See page i, WHO MUST FILE THE 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE
REPORT.) All sites required to submit the Biennial Report must fill out Form IC.
Form IC, page 1 of 3:
Section I
Site name and location address. The site did not receive a pre-printed site
identification label. Therefore, it enters the site's name and EPA ID number in the
top left-hand corner of the form, and enters the site's name, EPA ID number, and
location address in Boxes A through C and E through H. In Box D, "No" is
checked to indicate that the site name has not changed since 1995.
Section 11
Site mailing address. The site checks "Yes" in Box A to indicate that the mailing
address is the same as its location address reported in Section I, and skips to Section
III, according to the instructions on the form. Boxes B through E are therefore left
blank.
Section HI
Contact information. In Boxes A through C, the site enters the name, title, and
telephone number of the person to be contacted with questions on the Biennial Report
forms submitted by ABC Painting Co.
Section IV
Certification. Boxes A through D are completed and signed after all the Biennial
Report forms are filled out.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
form ic
OMB*: Z050-Q024 Exgjres 09/30/99
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL
OR ENTER:
SITE NAME: ABC Painting Co.	
EPA ID NO: |X |Y ID I |9 I L lO I |8 |4 iSl |7 13 17 I
m
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
IDENTIFICATION AND
CERTIFICATION
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 7 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each section is provided below.
Sec. 1
Site name and location address. Check the box ~ In Items A, B. C. E. F, O. and H il same as label; II different enter corrections. 11 label Is
absent, enter information. Instructions page 7.
A, EPA ID No.
Same as label nor-* |X|Y|D| l9l llOl l8l4lfll 1 71 31 7 1
a. County
Same as label ~ or -~ Hazard
C. Sitefcompanyname ABC Painting Co.
Same as label ~ or -
). Mas the site name associated with this EPA ID changed since 1995?
~ 1 Yes k2 No
E. Street name and number. If no! applicable, enter industrial park, building nama, or other physical location description.
Same as label ~ or-   
200 N. Jefferson Street
F. City. town, village
Same as label ~ or-* RCRA City
G. State
Same as label ~
or- I X| Y|
H. Zip Code
Same as label o or ->
|9|9|9|8|8|-|0|0|4t5|
Sec. II | Mailing address ol site. Instructions page 7.
A. Is the mailing address the same as the location address? Jn 1 Yes (SKIP TO SEC. Ill) ~ 2 No (CONTINUE TO BOX 8)
a. Number and steel name of mailing address
C. City, town, village
D. Slate
I	I	i
E. Zip Code
	-I I I 1 I
Sec. Ill | Name, title, and telephone number ot the person who should be contacted if questions arise regarding this report. Instructions page 7.
A. Last Name First name M.I.
Dough John Z.
B, Title
Environment a!
Specialist
C. Telephone Number
,9,9, 9| | 2, 8, 4, -, 2, 8, 0, 0,
Extension 1 l' 1 i 5 1
Sec. IV
"1 certify under penalty of law that this document end all attachments were prepared under my direction or supervision In accordance with a
system designed to assure thai qualified personnel property gather and evaluate Die information submitted. Based on my Inquiry ol the
person or persons who manage the system, or those persons directly responsible forgathering the information, the information submitted is,
to the best of my knowledge and belief, true, accurate and complete. 1 am aware that there are significant penalties under Section 3D08 ol
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act for submitting false information, Including the possibility of fine and Imprisonment for knowing
violations' Instructions page S.
A. Last Name First name M.I.
Dough John Z.
B. Title
Environmental Specialist

D. Date of signature
iMj lilij |9|8|
Month Day Year
Over-*
EPA Form B7OO-13A/0 (Revised (07-97))
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by ABC Painting Co.
Form IC (continued), page 2 of 3:
The site enters its EPA ID number in the space provided in the top right-hand corner of the page.
Section V
Generator status. Code 1 is checked in Box A to indicate that the site met the
definition of a RCRA LQG in 1997. Box B is therefore skipped according to the
instructions on the form.
Section VI
On-site waste management status. In Box A, Code 1 is entered to indicate that the
site had no on-site storage subject to RCRA permitting requirements during 1997
because the site accumulated spent solvents for fewer than 90 days. Code 1 is entered
in Box B to indicate that the site had no on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling
subject to RCRA permitting requirements, and has no plans to develop any on-site
capacity for treatment, disposal, or recycling subject to RCRA permitting
requirements.
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	(Continued)
form rc
EPA ID NO. IX lY lD I I9 I1 1 I Is |4 18 I |7 [3 |7 t
Sec. V I Generator status. Instructions begin on page 8.
A. 5997 RCRA generator status
(CHECK ONE SOX BELOW)
H 1 LOG 1
0 2 5QG } SKIP TO SEC. VI
~	3CESOG '
~	4 Non-generator (CONTINUE TO BOX B)
B. Reason for not generating
(CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
o 1 Never generated ~ 5 Periodic or occasional generator
~	2 Out of business ~ 6 Waste minimization activity
a 3 Only excluded or delisted waste o 7 Other {SPECIFY IN COMMENTS BOX BELOW)
~	4 Only non-hazanjous waste
A. Storage subject to RCRA permitting requirements
B. Treatment disposal, or recycling subject Lo RCRA permitting
requirements
1
Comments:
EPA Form B700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))	Page.
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)
Forms Completed by ABC Painting Co.
Form GM
A separate Form GM must be filled out for each RCRA hazardous waste generated and managed on
site, or generated on site and shipped off site for management, unless the waste was managed in
systems regulated under the Clean Water Act or the Safe Drinking Water Act. If so, only one GM form
has to be filled out using System Type codes Ml34 (Deepwell/underground injection), Ml35 (Direct
discharge to sewer/POTW), or M136 (Direct discharge to surface water under NPDES). ABC Painting
Co. generated one hazardous waste (spent solvent) on site and shipped it off site for management;
therefore, the site completes one Form GM.
Form GM, page 3 of 3:
The site enters its EPA ID number and site name in the top left-hand corner of the form.
Section I	Waste characteristics. A narrative description of the waste is entered in Box A. The
appropriate EPA hazardous waste code for the waste, F0O3, is entered in Box B;
"NA" is entered into the remaining spaces for EPA hazardous waste codes. Box C is
left blank because there are no State-defined hazardous waste codes applicable to this
waste. The SIC code associated with the overall activities at the site, which is 7532
for automotive top and body repairs and painting, is entered in Box D. An Origin
code of 1 is entered in Box E to indicate that the waste was generated on site from a
production process or service activity. System Type in Box E is left blank because
the waste was not a residual from on-site treatment of a hazardous waste. The Source
code for painting, A21, is entered in Box F. Code 1 is entered in Box G because the
waste was not mixed with any other wastes prior to being measured. In Box H, the
Form code for a non-halogenated solvent, B203, is entered. Code 2 is entered in
Box I because the waste is not mixed with radioactive materials.
Section II On-site generation and management of hazardous waste. In Box A, the quantity of
the hazardous waste generated in 1997 is reported. In Box B, Code 5 is entered,
indicating that the unit of measure for the quantity reported in Box A is gallons.
Because "gallons" is a volumetric unit of measure, the density of the waste is
recorded in Box B, and Code 1 is checked to indicate that the density is reported in
pounds per gallon. Box C is checked "No" because the site did not treat on site,
dispose on site, recycle on site, or discharge to a sewer/POTW, and the site skips to
Section III as instructed. Therefore, under On-site Process Systems 1 anil 2, on-site
process system type and quantity treated, disposed, or recycled on site are left blank.
Section HI Off-site shipment of hazardous waste. In Box A, "Yes" is checked because the waste
was shipped off site for management during 1997. The EPA ID numbers for the three
facilities to which the waste was shipped are recorded in Box B, Site 1, Site 2, and
Site 3. The off-site system types are reported as incineration of liquids (M041),
transfer facility (M141), and distillation (M021) respectively, in Box C. Code 1 is
entered in Box D for all sites to indicate that they are commercially available. The
quantities shipped in 1997 are entered in Box E, using the same unit of measure as
reported in Section II, Box B.
The balance of the solvent generated in 1997 (1,250 gallons) was placed in short-term accumulation
and therefore is not reported on this form.
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)
FORM GM
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE GENERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Instructions: Please see the detailed Instmctlons beginning on page' 11 of the Instructions and forms booklet before
completing this-form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
Sac. J
A. Waste description (page 12)
Ignitable spent solvent from line flushing operations;
mixture of xylene and acetone.
6. EPA hazardous waste code iF |0 lO i3 I
(paga 12) . . ,NA. i i 1N1A1
1 1
l l
|H|A,
iN ,A,
C. Stale haiardous waste code (page 13)
III I II III	






0. SIC cods
(page 13)
(7,5i3i2i
E. Origin code [_lj
(page 13) System Type
I"I I I 1
F. Source cod*
(paga 14)
LMlllj
G. Point ol
measurement
H. Form code
(page 14)
|B|2|0|3|
I. RCRA-iadoactive mixed
(page 14)
l_2j




See, II
A. Quantity generated In 1997
(pg15)
l l l l l ll 2i 5 lOiOt lOi
B. UOM )5|
(paJ# 15)
Density 1 |8| _ ||i
~ 1 lbs/gal ~ 2
sg
C. DkS this site do any ol the following to this waste: treat on slta,
dispose on site, recyde on site,Of discharge to a sewer/POTW?
(page 15)
~ 1 Yes(CONT[NtJE TO ON-SITE PROCESSSYSTEM 1)
K2 No (SKIP TO SEC. Ill)
ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1 |



ON'SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1

On-site process system type
(pig* 18)
Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
on site in 1997 (page 16)
On-site process system type Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
(page 16) on site in 1997 (page 16)
|M| I I I
I I I I 1
I I
	
mi | |
1
1 1
I I I I I I I I i I





"
Sec. Ill
A. Was any of Ihls wasta shipped off site in 1997 for treatment, disposal, or recycling? (p*g* 17)
K1 res (COfiTINUE TO BOX B) o 2 No (FORM IS COMPLETE)
Site 1
8. EPA ID No. ol facility waste was shipped to
(page17)
|A|B|D| |5|8|6| 18 11 10 1 13 14 19 1
C. System typo
shipped 1o (p. 17)
i , 4i1,
D. Oft-slle availability
code (page 17)
(ii
E. Total quantity shipped Jn 1997 (page 17)
i i i i i i 7151 Oi 01 0 i
Site 2
B. EPA 10 No, of faculty waste was shipped to
(page 17)
I B| C| D| r618| 7t 19101 Ii r314151
C* System type
Shipped to (p. 17)
1 M 1 1 1 4 1 1 1
D. Ofl-stte avaiabillty
code (page 17}
Li)
EL Tela] quantity shipped in 1997 {page 17)
i i i t i i 15| 0| Oi fl i






Site 3
0. EPA ID No. ol facility wasle was shipped to
[page 17)
1 E| F|G| 17|8|91 I0lll2nfil7lfl 1
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
|H|0|2|L|
D. Off-site avallabJlty
code (page 17)
lJj
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
		 I0I

Comments;
EPA Fotm 8700-13A/B {Revised (07-97))	-	Page _ ol
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OH
ENTER:
site name: ABC Painting Co,
>r>,1
/ " \
EPAIDNO: IX) Y | D | J 9 I 110 I |8|4|8| > 7 I 3 I 7 I
FORM
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)
EXAMPLE 2
Platers, Inc.
Site Description
This example illustrates a RCRA LQG that in 1997 treated some hazardous waste on site in a system
regulated under the Clean Water Act and shipped some hazardous waste off site for treatment and
disposal. Platers, Inc. performs cadmium plating of fasteners. Steel fasteners enter the plant and are
lowered into a degreaser to remove packing oil and grease. Tetrachloroethylene is used as asolvent in
the degreaser. The fasteners are then electroplated in a cadmium cyanide plating bath. The plant plated
approximately 150 million fasteners during 1997.
Hazardous Waste Generation and Management
An on-site distillation unit recovers spent solvent from the degreasing operations (RCRA hazardous
waste F001). In 1997, the distillation unit generated one ton of still bottoms, which was sent off site to
Waste Disposal Inc. (Example 3) for incineration.
Rinse waters from cadmium plating operations may contain concentrations of cadmium exceeding
1 mg/L, these concentrations are classified as RCRA hazardous waste (EPA hazardous waste code
D006). Based on normal operating procedures, the plant estimated that the rinse waters met D006
criteria approximately 75 percent of operating time. The rinse waters are managed in a wastewater
treatment system, which is regulated under the Clean Water Act, using the following steps:
equalization; cyanide oxidation using sodium hypochlorite; and chemical precipitation with lime and
polymer additions. The wastewater then enters a settling tank. The overflow of this tank passes
through a polishing sand filter and is discharged to a publicly owned treatment works (POTW). The
underflow from this tank is discharged once a week to a plate and frame filter press. The Filtrate is fed
back to the precipitation tank and the filter cake is accumulated on site.
The sludge that the wastewater treatment system generates is a RCRA hazardous waste represented by
EPA hazardous waste code F006. The plant generated approximately 18,180 gallons, or 50.5 tons, of
F006 waste in 1997. Fifty tons of the F006 waste generated were sent off site to Waste Disposal, Inc.
(see Example 3) for stabilization and eventual disposal in a landfill, and the remainder was accumulated
on site.
The hazardous waste generation and management activities at Platers Inc. are illustrated in Figure A-2.
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Figure A-2
1997 Hazardous Waste Generation and Management at Platers Inc.
System 1
Recovered Solvent
>
f
2,030 gal




Vapor
Deg reaser
Scent Solvent (F001I .
Batch
Still Bottoms
(FOOD
Off-site
Disposal
(tee Example 3)
2,080 gat
Distillation
1 ton '
Hazardous
Rinse Waters
Non-hazardous
Rinse Waters
3,942,000 gal
WWT
Sludge
Wastewater
15,762,000 gat
Filtrate
Dewatered Sludge
(FOOO)
WWT
Sludge
SO torn
gal
50.G ton*
Settling
Plate
and
Frame
Filter
POTW
Filtration
Cyanide
Oxidation
Storage
Equalization
Chemical
Precipitation
Flocculation
Plating
Operation
Off-site
Disposal
(see Example 3)
gal' gallons; WWT - wastewater treatment

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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Platers, Inc.
Form IC
The site meets the definition of a RCRA LQG because it generated more than 2,200 lbs of RCRA
hazardous waste during 1997. Therefore, it is required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report. (See
page i, WHO MUST FILE THE 1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT.) All sites required to submit
the Biennial Report must fill out Form IC.
Form IC, page 1 of 6:
Section I
Site name and location address. Because it received a pre-printed site identification
label, the site places the label in the top left-hand corner of the form and checks the
box for "Same as label" in Boxes A, C, and E through H. In Box B, the site enters
the appropriate county name. In Box D, "No" is checked to indicate that the site's
name has not changed since 1995.
Section II
Site mailing address. The site checks "Yes" in Box A to indicate that the mailing
address is the same as its location address reported in Section I, and skips to Section
III, according to the instructions on the form. Boxes B through E are therefore left
blank.
Section III
Contact information. In Boxes A through C, the site enters the name, title, and
telephone number of the person to be contacted with questions on the Biennial Report
forms submitted by Platers, Inc.
Section IV
Certification. Boxes A through D are completed and signed after all the Biennial
Report forms are filled out.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
FORM EC
OMBtt: 2050-0024 Expires 09/30/39
BEFORE COPYING FORM. ATTACH SUE IDENTIFICATION LABEL
OH ENTEfl:
SITE NAME: _ Platers, Inc.	__
_ 999 Industrial Highway _
Mytown, YZ 99920-1056
EPA ID NO: L
EPA ID Ho.: YZD567890123
m/
FORM
IC
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
IDENTIFICATION AND
CERTIFICATION
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 7 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each section is provided below.
Sec. 1
Site name and location address. Check the box o in Hems A* B, C, , F, Gh and H if same as label; if different, enter corrections if label is
absent, enter Information. Instructions page 7.
A. EPA ID No.
KBmBaclahBlMnr- 1 III	II 1 1 1
B. County ' Mercury
Same as label ~ or -*
C. SHa/company name
Same as label jtor -
D. Has the sHs name associated with this EPA ID changed since 1995?
~ 1 Yes B 2 No
E. Street name and number. II not applicable, enter Industrial park, building name, or other physical location description.
Sams as label M or -
F. City, town, village
SameaslallR -
G. State
Same as label 
or-' I	LJ
H. Zip Code
Same as label is or-
		 1 1 1 1
Sec. N | Mailing address ol site. Instructions page 7.
A. Is the mailing address tha same as the location addnss? " 311 Yes [SKIP TO SEC. Ill) ~ 2 No (CONTINUE TO BOX B)
B. Number a^d street name ol mailing address
C. City. town, viltaga
D. State
I t 1
E. Zip Code
			
Ste. Id ] Nama, tille, and telephone rtumbar ol ttis person who should be contacted it questions arise regarding this (sport. Instructions page 7.
A. Last Name First name M.I.
Doe Mary J-
B. Title
invironmental
Engineer
C. Telephone Number
1919 19 l 19 1219 i -11 10 10 10 l
Fvtorlnn 1 1 0t2|
Sflc, IV
V certify under penalty of I aw that this document and ail attachments were prepared under my direction or supervision in accordance with a
system designed to assure ihat qualified personnel property gather and evaluate the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the
person or persons who manage the system, or those persons dfrecHy responsible for Qaihering the information, the Information submitted Is,
to the best of my knowledge and belief, iruer accurate and complete, I am aware that there are significant penalties under Section 300B of
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act for submitting false information, including die possibility of fine and Imprisonment tor knowing
violations* Instructions page 5.
A. Last Name First name M.I.
Smith George C.
B. Title
Vice President
C. Slgnafum III
D. Dale ol signature
1 Ol 21 | 2r 0l 19181
Month Day Year
	Over->
EPA Form 8700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))	"	Paga 1 of Jl
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Platers, Inc.
Form IC (continued), page 2 of 6:
The site enters its EPA ID number in the space provided in the top right-hand corner of the page.
Section V
Generator status. Code 1 is checked in Box A to indicate that the site met the
definition of a RCRA LQG in 1997. The site skips Box B according to the
instructions on the form.
Section VI
On-site waste management status. In Box A, Code 3 is entered to indicate that the
site used-storage containers subject to RCRA permitting requirements during 1997.
Code 1 is entered in Box B to indicate that the site had no on-site treatment, disposal,
or recycling subject to RCRA permitting requirements, and has no plans to develop
any on-site capacity for treatment, disposal, or recycling subject to RCRA permitting
requirements.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
FORM IC
EPA ID NO. i Yi ZiD i 1516 171 i8t9 iQ 11112 i3 i
See. V | Generator status. Instructions hagtn on page 8.
A. 1997 RCHA generator staius
(CHECK ONE BOX BELOW)
H1 LOG
~	2SQG
~	3 CESOQ
SKIP TO SEC. VI
B. Reason for not generating
(CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
~	1 Never generated
~	 Out of business
~	3 Only excluded or delisted waste
~	S Periodic or occasional generator
~	6 waste minimization activity
~	7 Other (SPECIFY IN COMMENTS BOX BELOW)
Sec. VI | Qn*slte waste management status. Instructions page 10,
A. Storage subject to RCfiA permitting requirements
ulj
D. Treatment, disposal* or recycQng subject to RCRA permitting
r&quiramants
i_Li
Comments:
EPA Form 8700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))
Pago 2 ol 6
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
Forms Completed by Platers, Inc.
Form GM
A site required to submit the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report must fill out Form GM for each RCRA
hazardous waste that is generated and managed on site, or generated on site and shipped off site for
management, unless the waste is managed in a system regulated under the Clean Water Act or Safe
Drinking Water Act. If so, only one GM form has to be filled out using System Type codes Ml34
(Deepwell/underground injection), Ml35 (Direct discharge to sewer/POTW), or M136 (Direct
discharge to surface water under NPDES). Therefore, Platers, Inc. filled out four GM forms for the
following RCRA hazardous wastes:
	The spent solvent (Form GM, page 3 of 6) from the degreasing operations;
	The still bottoms (Form GM, page 4 of 6) generated from the on-site recycling of hazardous
waste (i.e., the spent solvent);
	The characteristically hazardous rinse waters (Form GM, page 5 of 6) from cadmium plating
operations; and
	The wastewater treatment sludge (Form GM, page 6 of 6) generated as a residual from the on-
site treatment of hazardous rinse waters.
Because of changes made to the 1997 Biennial Report, RCRA hazardous wastes that were
managed on site in systems regulated under the Clean Water Act or Safe Drinking Water Act
should be reported as managed in an off-site POTW rather than in an on-site chemical
precipitation system. In addition, the facility does not need to complete Form PS for its on-site
hazardous waste management systems because this form has been eliminated from the 1997
Biennial Report.
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Platers, Inc.
Form GM, page 3 of 6: A hazardous waste (spent halogenated solvent) generated on site from a
production process or service activity.
Section I	Waste characteristics. A narrative description of the waste is entered in Box A. The
EPA waste code (F001) for the spent solvent is entered in Box B. Box C is left blank
because there are no state-defined hazardous waste codes applicable to this waste.
The SIC code associated with the overall activities at the site, which is 3471 for
plating and polishing, is entered in Box D. An Origin code of 1 is entered in Box E to
indicate that the waste was generated on site from a production process or service
activity. "NA" is entered in System Type, Box E, since the waste was not a residual
from on-site treatment of a hazardous waste. The Source code for vapor degreasing,
A07, is entered in Box F. Code 1 is entered in Box G because the waste was not
mixed with any other wastes prior to being measured. In Box H, the Form code for
halogenated solvent, B202, is entered. Code 2 is entered for Box I because the waste
is not mixed with radioactive materials.
Section II	On-site generation and management of hazardous waste. In Box A, the quantity of
the hazardous waste generated in 1997 is reported. In Box B, Code 5 is entered,
indicating that the unit of measure for the quantity reported in Box A is gallons.
Since gallons is a volumetric measure, density is also reported in Box B. Box C is
checked "Yes" because the waste was recycled on site. In On-site Process System 1,
M021 is entered, indicating that the waste was recycled using fractionation/
distillation. The quantity recycled is entered using the same unit of measure reported
in Section II, Box B.
Section III Off-site shipment of hazardous waste. In Box A, "No" is checked because the waste
was recycled on site during 1997. Boxes B through E are left blank according to the
instructions ("Form is complete.")
The still bottoms are not reported on the same Form GM as the spent solvent;
the still bottoms are considered a separate waste, reported on Form GM, page 4
of 6.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
FORM GM
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OR
ENTER:
SITE NAME: _ Platers, Inc.
_ 999 Industrial Highway
Mytown, YZ 99920-1056
/ G %
EPA ID NO: L EPA ID No.: YZD567890L23
FORM
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE GENERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 11 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
Sec. I
A. Waste description (page 12)
Spent halogen at ed solvents from degreasing operations.
B. EPA hazardous waste coda i Fi 0101 11 | i 1N1A1
(page \2)	, , |8|A| , , i Ni Ai I I iHtAi
C. Slata hazardous waste code (paga 13)
	 'I l l l l- i t
D. SIC coda
(page 13)
I 3l4i 7i li
E. Origin coda |Jj
(page 13) System Type
l"l IMIAI
F. Source code
(page 14)
i*lO |7 l
Q. Point of
measurement
(P. 14) 1
i * i
H. Form code
[page 14)
lBl 2II2I
I. RCRA-radoacBve mixed
(page 14)
Lh
Sec. II
A. Quantity generated in 1997
(page 15)
I i J i i tZ1818 |0 | |_0j
LU
B. UOM
(page 15)
Density I l8l _ I Ol Ol
J? 1 lbs/gal n 2
S3
C. Did this site do any oltha following to this waste: treat on site,
dispose on site, recycle on site, w discharge to a sewar/POTW?
{page 15)
*1 Yes (CONTINUE TO ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1)
o2No [SKIP TO SEC. Ill)
ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1
ON-SrTE PROCESS SYSTEM 1
On-site process system type
(page 16)
l"l Ol li
Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
or site in 1997 (page 16)
I	2 |8 |8 lO I lO I
On-site process system type Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
(page 16)	on site in 1997 (page 16)
LHJ	I	I	I
		
Sec. Ill
A. Was any of this waste shipped off sits In 1997 lor treatment, disposal, or recycling? (page 17)
~ 1 Yes (CONTINUETO BOX B) 82 No (FORM IS COMPLETE)
Site 1
B. EPAID No. or facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
l l l l l l l l I I I I I I I t
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
ll 1 I I
D. Otf-stte availability
code (page 17)
l_l
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
f I t I I t I I I I I I



Site 2
8. EPA ID No. of tad IHy wasta was shipped to
(paga 17)
I 1 1 H 1 1 II 1 Ml 1 II
C. System type .
shipped to (p. 17)
|K| t I I
D. Off-site availability
code (page t7)
l_l
E. Total quantity shipped In 1997 (page 17)
I t I I I	



Sites
B. EPA ID No. of facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
t l l l I I I I I I 1 1 t t i 1
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
ll I I I
D. Off-site avalability
code (page 17)
I	I
E. Total quantity shipped In 1997 (page 17)
l l l l 1 1 t l t 1 1 1



Comments:
EPA Form 8700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))	Paga 3 ol 6
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)
Forms Completed by Platers, Inc.
Form GM, page 4 of 6 (a hazardous waste that was a residual (still bottoms) from the on-site
treatment, disposal, or recycling of a previously existing hazardous waste).
Before copying or entering information on this form, the site attaches one of the pre-printed site
identification labels in the top left-hand corner of the form.
Section I	Waste characteristics. A narrative description of the waste is entered in Box A. The
appropriate EPA hazardous waste code for the waste, F00I, is entered in Box B;
"NA" is entered in the remaining spaces for EPA hazardous waste codes. Box C is
left blank because there are no State-defined hazardous waste codes applicable to this
waste. The SIC code associated with the overall activities at the site, which is 3471
for plating and polishing, is entered in Box D. An Origin code of 5 is entered in
Box E, indicating that the waste is a residual from on-site treatment of a previously
existing hazardous waste. The System Type code M021 is also entered in Box E to
indicate that the residual was generated from a distillation system. The Source code
for solvent recovery, A73, is entered in Box F. Code 1 is entered in Box G because
the waste was not mixed with any other wastes prior to being measured. In Box H,
the Form code for still bottoms of halogenated solvents, B601, is entered. Code 2 is
entered in Box I because the waste is not mixed with radioactive materials.
Section II On-site generation and management of hazardous waste. In Box A, the quantity of
the hazardous waste generated in 1997 is reported. In Box B, Code 2 is entered,
indicating that the unit of measure for the quantity reported in Box A is tons. Density
and density unit of measure are left blank because "tons" is not a volumetric unit of
measure. Box C is checked "No" because the site did not treat on site, dispose on
site, recycle on site, or discharge to a sewer/POTW, and the site skips to Section III as
instructed. Therefore, under On-site Process Systems 1 and 2, on-site process
system type and quantity treated, disposed, or recycled on site are left blank.
Section III Off-site shipment of hazardous waste. In Box A, "Yes".is checked because the waste
was shipped off site for management during 1997. In Box B, the site enters the EPA
ID number of the site to which the waste was shipped. The off-site system type in
which the hazardous waste was managed, M042 for incineration of sludges, is
reported in Box C. In Box D, Code 1 is entered to indicate that the off-site facility is
a commercial hazardous waste management facility. The quantity of waste shipped to
the facility during 1997 is recorded in Box E, using the same unit, of measure as
reported in Section II, Box B. "NA" is marked in Box B for Site 2 and Site 3.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
FORM GM
BEFORE COPYING FORM. ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OH
ENTER:
SITE NAME _.platers, Inc.
'999 Industrial Highway
Mytown, YZ 99920-1056
EPA ID NO: 1_
EPA ID No.; YZD567890123

U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE GENERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning an page 11 o1 the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
See. I
A. Waste description (paga 12)
Still bottoms generated from the on-site recycling of
spent halogenated solvent.
B. EPA hazardous waste coda |F|0 |0 111 ; ) |N|A|
(paga 12) I I |N|A| I I |H|A| 1 I |M|A|
C. State hazardous waste code (page 13)
		 I I I I
D. SIC code
(page 13)
i 3tAr7i li
E. Origin code |_5j
(page 13) System Typo
Twi0|2|1i
F. Sou res cods
(page 14)
/. 3,
G. Point of
measurement
(p"> ,1,
H. Formoode
(page 14)
Ibi6 f | 1 |
I. RCRA-radioactfve mhced
(page 14)
lj
Sec. II
A. Quantity generatedln 1997
(ptga 15)
I I I I ' ' I I I1)
B. UOM
(peg* 15)
Density
~ 1 lbs/gal ~ 2
sg
C. Did this site do any ol the following to this waste: treat on site,
dispose on site, recycle on site, or discharge to a sewer/POTW?
(page 15)
~ 1 Yea {CONTINUE TO ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1)
M 2 No (SKIP TO SEC. Ill)
ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1
ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM I
On-site process system type
(pag*1)
LMJ	I	I	1
Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
on site in 1997 (page 16)
III)'		
On-site o roc ess system type Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
(peg* 1)	on she In 1597 (page 16)
LHJ	j	I	I
		Ill .
Sac. Ill
A. Was any of tnis waste shipped oft site in 1997 lor treatment, disposal, or recycling? (page 17)
B t Yes {CONTINUE TO BOX B) o 2 No {FORM IS COMPLETE)
Sile 1
8. EPAIDNo.oflacHltywastewasshlppedto
(page 17)
iAiBiJi 15i8i6i ifl11101 i3t4t9t
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
D. Off-site avaliaUltty
code (page 17)
E. Total quantity shipped In 1997 (page 17)
	I I 11 I l
Site 2
B. EPA ID No. of facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
III	I I I I I I I I J llMi
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
LKJ	I	I	I
D. Off-site availability
code (page 17)
6, Tolal quantity stripped in 1997 (page 17)
III		
SiteS
B. EPA ID No. of facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
I I I I I I I I I I I I i lMlAl
C. System type
shipped to {p. 17)
LMJ	I	I	I
D, Off-site availability
code (page 17)
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
		
Comments:

EPA Form 8700-13A/B [Revised (07-97))
Page
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Platers, Inc.
Form GMf page 5 of 6: A hazardous waste {rinse waters from electroplating operation) generated
on site from a production process or service activity.
Section I	Waste characteristics. A narrative description of the waste is entered in Box A. The
appropriate EPA waste code for the waste D006, is entered in Box B; "NA" is entered
in the remaining spaces for the EPA hazardous wastes. Box C is left blank because
there are no state-defined hazardous waste codes applicable to this waste. The SIC
code associated with the overall activities at the site, which is 3471 for plating and
polishing, is entered in Box D. An Origin Code of 1 is entered in Box E to indicate
that the waste was generated on site from a production process or service activity.
"NA" is entered in System Type, Box E, since the waste was not a residual from on-
site treatment of a hazardous waste. The Source code for electroplating, All, is
entered in Box F. Code 1 is entered in Box G because the waste was not mixed with
any other waste prior to being measured. In Box H, the Form code for caustic
solution with metals and cyanide B107, is entered. Code 2 is entered for Box I
because the RCRA waste (D006) is not mixed with radioactive materials.
Section II On-site generation and management of hazardous waste. In Box A, the quantity of
hazardous waste generated in 1997 is reported. In Box B, code 5 is entered,
indicating that the unit of measurement for the quantity reported in Box A is gallons.
Since gallons is a volumetric measure, density is also reported in Box B. Box C is
checked "Yes" because the waste was discharged to a POTW. In On-site System 1,
the System Type is recorded as M135 (Discharge to sewer/POTW), and the quantity
of waste that entered the pre-treatment system is recorded, using the same unit of
measure reported in Section II, Box C. The System Type in On-Site System 2 is
marked "NA" to indicate that no other system was used in the management of this
waste.
Section III Box A is checked "No" to indicate that the waste was not shipped off site in 1997.
Boxes B through D are left blank.
The wastewater treatment sludge is not reported on the same page as the rinse
water. The sludge is considered a separate waste and is reported on Form GM,
page 6 of 6.
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)
FORM GM
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OR
ENTER:
site name: _ platers. Inc.
- 999 Industrial Highway
EPA ID NO: L
Mytown,*YZ 99920-1056
EPA ID No.: YZD567890L23
ttD Uih ,

U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE GENERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 11 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
Sec, I
A. Waste description (page 12)
Riitsewaters from electroplating operations characteristically
hazardous for Cadmium.
B. pa hazardous waste coda i ni nt m Ai I I I mi At
(page 12)	I I INIAI t I INIAI I 1 tHIAl
C. State hazardous waste code (page 13)
		 ' I I I I
D. SIC coda
(page 13)
q&jLiu
E. Origin code i j ;
(page 13) System Type
'"I IHlAl
F. Source code
(page 14)
IAI 21 2 F
G* Point of
measurement
(p. H)
lLi
H. Form code
(page 14)
lBl HOI 7l
I. RCRA-ratfloacBve mixed
(page 14)
l_2j
Stt. 11
A. Quantity generated in 1997
(WIS)
t tl il 1813 16 iQ iQ iQ i 101
6. UOM I 5i
(peg* 15) .
Density I ill # I Ol Ol
~ 1 lbs/gal K2
sg
C. Did this site do any ol the iolowing to this waste; treat on site,
dispose on site, recycle on site, or discharge to a sewer/POTW?
(page 15)
 1 Yes {CONTINUETO ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1)
~ 2 No {SKIP TO SEC. Ill)
ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1
ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 2
On-site process system type
(peg* 16)
"l 1 m SI
Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
on site fci 1997 (page 16)
l till i8 I3i6i0 iOiOi tOt
On-site process system type Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
(pee* 16)	on site in 1997 (page 16)
l"l I I I
L-L.
J	I
Sec. IN
A. Was any ol this waste shipped off site in 1997 for treatment, disposal, or recycling? (page 17)
~ 1 Yes (CONTINUETO BOX B) 2No {FORM IS COMPLETE)
Site 1
B. EPA ID No. ol facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
1 < 1 i 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
|H) | | t
D. on-site avaUabWty
code (page 17)
l_l
E. Total quantity shipped In 1997 (page 17)
III	



'Site 2
S. EPA 10 No. of facility waste was shipped to
{page 17)
I t i i i 1 t 11 i i i i i i i
C. System type
shipped Id (p. 17)
IMI 1 1 t
0. Off-site availability
code(page 17)
LJ
E. Toial quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
		 I I I I I



Site3
B. EPA ID No. of facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i t 1 1 1 1 1 t 1
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
l"l 1 1 1
D. Off-site availability
coda (page t7)
l_l
E. Tolal quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
l l l l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1



Comments:
EPA Form B700-13A/S (Revised (07-97))	Page _5_ Of _6_
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Platers, Inc.
Form GM, page 6 of 6 (a hazardous waste that was a residual (wastewater treatment sludge) from
the on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of a previously existing hazardous waste).
Section I	Waste characteristics. A narrative description of the waste is entered in Box A. The
appropriate EPA hazardous waste code for the waste, F006, is entered in Box B;
"NA" is entered in the remaining spaces for EPA hazardous waste codes. Box C is
left blank because there are no State-defined hazardous waste codes applicable to the
waste. The SIC code associated with the overall activities at the site, which is 3471
for plating and polishing, is entered in Box D. An Origin code of 5 is entered in
Box E, indicating that the waste is a residual from the on-site recycling of a
previously existing hazardous waste. The System Type code M077 is also entered in
Box E to indicate that the residual was generated from a chemical precipitation
system. The Source code for wastewater treatment, A75, is entered in Box F. Code 1
is entered in Box G because the waste was not mixed with any other wastes prior to
being measured. The Form code for lime sludge with metals/metal hydroxide sludge,
B502, is entered in Box H. Code 2 is entered in Box I because the waste is not mixed
with radioactive materials.
Section II . On-site generation and management of hazardous waste. In Box A, the quantity of
the hazardous waste generated in 1997 is reported. In Box B, Code 2 is entered to
indicate that the unit of measure for the quantity reported in Box A is tons. Density
and density unit of measure are left blank because "tons" is not a volumetric unit of
measure. Box C is checked "No" because the site did not treat on site, dispose on
site, recycle on site, or discharge to a sewer/POTW, and the site skips to Section III as
instructed. Therefore, under On-site Process Systems 1 and 2, on-site process
system type and quantity treated, disposed, or recycled on site are left blank.
Section III Off-site shipment of hazardous waste. In Box A, "Yes" is checked because the waste
was shipped off site for management during 1997. The EPA ID number of the
facility to which the waste was shipped is recorded in Box B. The off-site system
type in which the waste was managed, Ml 11 for stabilization/chemical Fixation using
cementitious and/or pozzolanic materials, is reported in Box C. Code 1 is entered in
Box D to indicate that the off-site facility is a commercial hazardous waste
management facility. The total quantity shipped in 1997 is entered in Box E, using
the same unit of measure as reported in Section II, Box B. "NA" is marked in Box B
for Site 2 and Site 3.
Because more waste was generated in 1997 than was sent off site for treatment and eventual disposal,
the quantities reported in Section II, Box A (quantity generated in 1997) and in Section III, Box E
(quantity shipped off site in 1997) are different.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
FORM GM
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OR
ENTER:
site name: _ platers, inc.
 999 Industrial Highway
Mytown,- YZ 99920-1056
EPA ID NO: L	
EPA ID No.: YZD567890123

U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE GENERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 11 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
See. t
A. Waste description (page 12}
Wastewater treatment sludge
B. EPA hazaittous waste coda | F| 0|0; 6\ t \ (H|A|
(pa9 12) I I iHlAi l l |N,A, , i ,H|A,
C. Slate hazardous waste eode(pag 13)
 ' ' ' ' ' ' 		
0. SIC coda
(page 13)
 V.7.1.
E. Origin coda |5 |
(page 13) System Typo
l"lQI7 f7 I
R Sourtftcode
(pag*14)
i*i 7i 5i
G, Point of
measuiemsnt
(P. 14) !
H. Form code
(page 14)
Hi5i i2 '
I. RCRA-radioactive mixed
(page 14)
|2 i
Sc. II
A. Quantity generated In 1997
(page 15)
IL
I I I
lL,
B. UOM |_2j
Dug* IS)
Density l l l _
~ 1 lbs/gal O Z
sg
C. Did this site do any ol the (crtlowing to this waste: treat on site,
dispose on site, recycle on site, or discharge to a sewei/POTW?
(page 15)
~ 1 Yes (CONTINUE TO ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1)
G2 No (SKIP TO SEC. Ill)
ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1
OH3ITE PROCESS SYSTEM 5
On-site process system type
tp*0* 1)
l"l I I I
Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
on site in 1997 (page 16)
	'I LJ
On-site process system type Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
{pg*16)	on site in 1997 [page 16)
LKJi	I	I
I	till
Sec. Ill
A, Was any oi this waste stripped olf site In 1997 (or treatment, dispose
 1 Yes (CONTINUE TO BOX B) o 2 No (FORM IS COMP
il. or recycling (peg* 17)
LETE)
Site 1
B. EPA ID No, of lacility waste was shipped to
{page 17)
(AiB rD i |5 |8 |6 118 |110 113 |4 t9 i
C, Syslemtype
shipped to (p. 17)
I" i11111 r
D. Olf-slte avalablllty
code (page 17)
lL
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
	 1 l5ll l1



Site 2
B. EPA ID No. of facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
I I I II I I I I t I I I 1 1 1
C. Syslemtype
shipped to (p. 17)
ll I t I
D. Off-site availability
code (page 17)
l_l
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
	Ill



Site 3
B. EPA ID No. oi facility wastewas shipped to
(page 17)
l t l lt 1 1 ll t l tl t lAl
C. System type
shipped lo (p. 17)
|H| I 1 I
D, Otf-slie availaoillty
code [page 17)
l_l
E. Total quantity shipped In 1997 (page 17)
l l l l l l t 1 l t l l



Comments:
EPA Form 07OO-13A/8 (Revised (07-97))
Page _ft_ of 6
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
EXAMPLE 3
Waste Disposal, Inc.
Site Description
Waste Disposal, Inc. is a commercial hazardous waste treatment and disposal facility. The company receives
combustible hazardous waste for incineration in two rotary kiln incinerators, both designed for incinerating
liquids and sludges. The company also receives hazardous waste for cement-based stabilization. The
resulting stabilized waste is disposed in an on-site RCRA-permitted landfill. The schematic diagram of the
hazardous waste operations at this site is shown in Figure A-3.
Waste Management Activities
During 1997, Waste Disposal, Inc. received 30 tons of spent solvent from ABC Painting Co. (Example 1) and
one ton of still bottoms from Platers, Inc. (Example 2) for incineration. In addition, four tons of spent solvent
that had been stored on site at the end of 1996 were incinerated in 1997. The incineration process produced
760 pounds of ash which was disposed in the on-site landfill.
The company also received 80 tons of wastewater treatment sludge from three different generators; this waste
was stabilized and then disposed in the on-site RCRA-permitted landfill. The total amount of hazardous
waste entering the stabilization system during 1997 was 80 tons, and the amount exiting the stabilization
system was 100 tons. About 6,000 gallons of leachate were recovered from the on-site landfill and
discharged directly to a POTW (which is regulated under the Clean Water Act).
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Figure A-3
1997 Hazardous Waste Management Activities at Waste Disposal Inc.
Spent
Received from solvent
ABC Painting Co. 30ton
Received from
Platers Inc.
Received from
Platers Inc.
Received from
Off-site Handler 3
Received from
Off-site Handler 4
WWT
60 ton*

WWT

Sludae

20 tons

WWT

Sludae
->
1 ton
Still
Bottom*
Storage
M tMUjflW-
(F001, F003)
10 ton*
Storage
Incinerator 1
Incinerator 2
20 ton*
: Reagenti
SO ton* HW
Stabilization
Stabilized
Solid
100 ton*
(FDOfl)
Incinerator Ash
(F001,F003)
760 lbs
On-site
RCRA-perm itted
Landfill
leachate > POTW
6.000 gal ^
hazardous waste; gal = gallons; lbs  pounds; WWT wastewater treatment

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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Waste Disposal, Inc.
Form IC
Waste Disposal, Inc. is required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report because it treated, stored, or
disposed RCRA hazardous wastes during 1997. (See page i, WHO MUST FILE THE 1997 HAZARDOUS
WASTE REPORT.) All sites required to submit the Biennial Report must fill out Form IC.
Form IC, page 1 of 7:
Section I
Site name and location address. The site did not receive a pre-printed site identification
label. Therefore, the site enters its name and EPA ID number in the top left-hand comer of
the form, and enters its name, EPA ID number, and location address in Boxes A through C
and E through H. In Box D, "No" is checked to indicate that the site's name has not
changed since 1995.
Section II
Site mailing address. The site checks "No" in Box A to indicate that the mailing address is
not the same.as its location address reported in Section I, It enters the appropriate mailing
address in Boxes B through E.
Section III
Contact information. In Boxes A through C, the site enters the name, title, and telephone
number of the person to be contacted with questions on the Biennial Report forms
submitted by Waste Disposal, Inc.
Section IV
Certification. Boxes A through D are completed and signed after all the Biennial Report
forms are filled out.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
form ic
OMB: 2050-0024 Expires 08/30/99
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL
OR ENTER:
SITE NAME: Waste Disposal lite*	
EPA ID NO: )A IB ID I 15 18 16 I 18 ll lO I l3 l4 19 t
m
1
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
IDENTIFICATION AND
CERTIFICATION
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 7 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each section is provided below.
Sac. 1
Sit& name and location address. Check the box ~ lit items A, B+ C, E, F. G, and H If same as label; it different, enter corrections. If label is
absent, enter information. Instructions page 7.
A. EPA ID No.
Ramn at la hoi n nr-> lAlBlDl |5 f8l6l |8 11 lO 1 l3l4l9l
B. County
Same as tabel ~ or - Universe
C. Slta/companyname Waste Disposal Inc.
Same as label ~ or -
D. Has the site name associated wtih this EPA ID changed since 1395?
~ 1 Yes  2 No
E. Street name and number. II rial applicable, enter industrial park, building name, or other physical location description.
Same as label ~ or -  _ .. b -i j
250 Waste Treatment Boulevard
F. City, town, village
Same as label ~ or- Mars
G. State
Same es label ~
or- IA | B i
H. Zip Code
Same as tabel ~ or -
|8 |2 |8 |8 |3 | -1 iiit
Sec. II | Mailing address ol site. Instructions page 7.
A. Is the mailing address the same as Itie location address? o 1 Yes (SKIP TO SEC. Ill) S 2 No (CONTINUE TO BOX B)
B- Number and street name ol mailing address
P.O. Box 1000
C. City, town, vllage
Venus
D. State
lAlB l
E. Zip Code
i a 12 s8 18111 - T ll Ol 0| 0|
Sec. Ill | Name, title, and telephone number ol Ihe pereon who should be contacted If questions arise regarding this report. Instructions page 7.
A. Last Name First name M.l.
Shuttle Robert I.
B. rifle
Environ.
Engineer
C. Telephone Number
i7|0t7ii7|I|7i-i7(li7|0i
Firterninn 1 1 1 1 1
Sec. IV
"1 certify under penalty of law that this document and alt attachments were prepared under my direction or supervision in accordance with a
system designed to assure that qualified personnel property gather and evaluate the Information submitted. Based on my Inquiry of the
person or persons who manage the system, or those persons directly responsible for gathering the Information, the information submitted is,
to the best ol my knowledge and belief, true, accurate and complete. 1 am aware that there are significant penalties under Section 300B of
the Resource Conservation arid Recovery Act lor submitting false information, Including the possibility ol fine and imprisonment tor knowing
violations' Instructions page 8.
A. Last Name First name M.l.
Shuttle Robert I.
B. Title
Environmental Engineer
C. Signature
J! SA/XtXtt
O. Date of signature
|0 |2 i 11111 19 18 t
Month Day Year
			Over ->
EPA Form B700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))	Pa9e 1 
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Waste Disposal, Inc.
Form IC (continued), page 2 of 7:
The site enters its EPA number in the space provided in the top right-hand corner of the page.
Section V
Generator status. Code 1 is checked in Box A to indicate that the site met the
definition of a RCRA LQG in 1997. Box B is therefore skipped according to the
instructions on the form.
Section VI
On-site waste management status. In Box A, Code 2 is entered to indicate that the
site used on-site storage tanks subject to RCRA permitting requirements during 1997.
Code 3 is entered in Box B to indicate that the site had on-site treatment, disposal, or
recycling subject to RCRA permitting requirements during 1997.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
form ic
epa!~ NO. 1A1B1D1 i 5 18 16 i 18 11101 13 14 |9 i
Sec. V I Generate status. Instructions begin on page 8.
A. 1997 RCRA generator status
(CHECK ONE SOX BELOW)
81 LQG
O2S0G
~ 3 CESQG
SKIP TO SEC. VI
B. Haason lor not generating
{CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
~	1 Never generated
~	2 Out ol business
~	3 Only excluded or delisted waste
~	5 Periodic or occasional generator
c 6 Waste minimization activity
~	7 Other (SPECIFY IN COMMENTS BOX BEUDWI
Sec. VI | On-site waste management status. InslrucbonspagelO.
A. Storage subject to RCRA permitting requirements
lAj
B. Treatment, disposal, or recycling sub|ect to RCRA permitting
requirements
iJj
Comments:
EPA Form S700-13ATB (Revised (07-97))
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
Forms Completed by Waste Disposal, Inc.
Form GM
A site required to submit the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report must fill out Form GM for each RCRA
hazardous waste that is generated and managed on site, or generated on site and shipped off site for
management, unless the waste is managed in a system regulated under the Clean Water Act or Safe
Drinking Water Act, If so, only one GM form has to be filled out using System Type codes M134
(Deepwell/underground injection), M135 (Direct discharge to sewer/POTW), or M136 (Direct
discharge to surface water under NPDES). Therefore, Waste Disposal, Inc. filled out three GM forms
for the following RCRA hazardous wastes:
	The incinerator ash (Form GM, page 3 of 7) generated from the on-site incineration of
hazardous waste;
	The stabilized solid (Form GM, page 4 of 7) generated as a residual from the on-site treatment
of hazardous wastewater treatment sludge; and
	The landfill leachate (Form GM, page 5 of 7).
Because of changes made to the 1997 Biennial Report, the facility does not need to complete Form
PS for its on-site hazardous waste management systems because this form has been eliminated
from the 1997 Biennial Report.
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Waste Disposal, Inc.
Form GM, page 3 of 7 (a hazardous waste that was a residual (incinerator ash) from the on-site
treatment, disposal, or recycling of a previously existing hazardous waste):
Before copying, or entering information on, this form, the site enters its name and EPA ID number in the
top left-hand corner of the form.
Section I	Waste characteristics. In Box A, a narrative description of the incinerator ash is entered.
The appropriate EPA hazardous waste codes associated with the waste, F001 and F003,
are entered in Box B; "NA" is entered in the remaining spaces for EPA hazardous waste
codes. Box C is left blank because there are no State-defined hazardous waste codes
applicable to the waste. The SIC code associated with overall activities at the site, 4953
for refuse systems, is entered in Box D. An Origin code of 5 is entered in Box E to
indicate that the waste was a residual from the on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of
previously existing hazardous waste. The System Type code M04I is also entered in
Box E, to indicate that the residual was generated predominantly from the incineration of
liquids. In the Comments section at the bottom of the form, the site also enters M042 to
indicate that the ash was a residual from the incineration of sludges. The Source code
for incineration/thermal treatment, A74, is entered in Box F. Code 1 is entered in Box G
because the waste was not mixed with any other wastes prior to being measured. The
Form code for ash from incineration of wastes, B 303, is entered in Box H. Code 2 is
entered in Box I because the waste is not mixed with radioactive materials.
Because the ash is a residual that originated from two different types of incineration
systems and Box E allows space for reporting only one System Type, the second
System Type is reported in the Comments section, with a cross-reference to Section
I, Box E.
Section II On-site generation and management of hazardous waste. In Box A, the quantity of the
hazardous waste generated in 1997 is reported. In Box B, Code 1 is entered, indicating
that the unit of measure for the quantity reported in Box A is pounds. Because "pounds"
is not a volumetric measure, density and density unit of measure are left blank in Box B,
In Box C, the site checks "Yes" because the waste is managed on site. Under On-site
Process System 1, the System Type code for landfill, M132, and the quantity of waste
managed on site are recorded. The quantity managed is reported in the same unit of
measure as reported in Box B. The on-site process system type under On-site Process
System 2 is marked "NA" to indicate that no other System Type was used to manage this
waste.
Section III Off-site shipment of hazardous waste. In Box A, "No" is checked because the waste was
not shipped off site for management during 1997, and Boxes B through E are left blank
according to the instructions on the form.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
FORM OM
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE GENERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 11 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
Sk. 1
A. Wasta description (page 12) incinerator ash from the incineration of spent solvents and
still bottoms.
B. EPA hazardous waste cod# i Fi Oi fl 111 r F r 010131
(page 12) , , )N|A| , , |N|Al , , |N |A,
C. Slate hazardous waste coda (page 13)
		 1 1 1 t 1 1 1
D. SIC code
(page 13)
14i 915131
E, Origin code (_5j
(page 13) System Type
I M I 0I 4I *l
F. Source code
(page 14)
lAlZtitl
G. Point ol
measurement
(P.141 
H. Form code
{page 14)
iai 3> 01 31
1. RCRA-radloactfve mixed
(page 14)
tL
Sec. H
A. Quantity generated In 1397
(pg1S)
		7 i61 < fi
B. UOM i 1|
{p*g*iq
Density 1 1 1 _ 1 1 1
~ 1 lbs/gal d 2
sg
C. Did this site do any ol the lolowing to this waste: treat on site,
dispose on sue, recycle on site, or discharge to a sewer/POTW7
(page 15)
a J Yes (CONTINUE TO ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1)
~ 2 No (SKIP TO SEC. Ill)
ON-StTE PROCESS SYSTEM 1
Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
on site in 1997 (page 16)
I 1 1 1 1 1 iMiOj <0,
ow-srre process system a
lity treated, disposed, or recycled
e In 1997 (page 16)
1 1 		
Ofl-Slt9
(peg* 1<
|M
)roc055 system type
5)
1 l[3|2i
On-site process system type Quan
(p*016) on sit
IKI (NfAi i i


See. Ill
A. Was any of this waste shipped off sits In 1997 tor treatment disposal, or recycling? (page 17)
a 1 Yes (CONTINUE TO BOX B) H 2 No (FORM IS COMPLETE)
Sits 1
B. EPAIDNo-offadlltywestewasstilppedlO
(page 17)
I I I I 1 I I I I I I II I I I
C, System type
shipped to (p. 17)
|M| I I I
D. Off-site availability
coda (page 17)
l_l
E. Total quantity shipped In 1997 (page 17)
		 1 1 1 1



Site 2
S. EPA ID No. ol facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
1 I 1 II I 1 II I I II 1 I 1
C. System type
shipped Id (p. 17)
|M| 1 1 1
D. Off-site avalaMllty
cods (page 17)
l_l
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
I I I I I I I I I I I I



Site 3
B. EPA ID No. ol facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I
C. System typo
shipped 1o (p. 17)
|M| 1 1 1
D, Oft-site availability
coda (page 17)
l_l
E. Total quantity shipped In 1997 (page 17)
1 1 t 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1



Comments:
Sec. X, Box E: System type MO42 applies to a small amount o the waste.
EPA Form 8700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))	"	PagejLof_Z_
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OR
ENTER:
site name* Waste Disposal Inc.
()
EPA ID NO: l A| Br D) 1518161 1811101 131419
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Waste Disposal, Inc.
Form GM, page 4 of 7: A hazardous waste that was a residual (stabilized solid from treatment of
wastewater treatment sludge) from the on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of previously existing
hazardous waste.
Section I	Waste characteristics. In Box A, a narrative description of the stabilized waste is
entered. The appropriate EPA hazardous waste code for the waste, F006, is entered in
Box B; "NA" is entered in the remaining spaces for EPA hazardous waste codes. Box C
is left blank because there are no State-defined hazardous waste codes applicable to this
waste. The SIC code associated with the overall activities at the site, 4953 for refuse
systems, is entered in Box D. An Origin code of 5 is entered in Box E to indicate that
the waste was a residual from the on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of previously
existing hazardous waste. The System Type code Mill is also entered in Box E to
indicate that the residual was generated from a stabilization system. The Source code for
stabilization, A77, is entered in Box F. Code 1 is entered in Box G because the waste
was not mixed with any other wastes prior to being measured. In Box H, the Form code
for dry lime or chemically fixed metal hydroxide solids, B305, is entered. Code 2 is
entered in Box I because the waste was not mixed with radioactive materials.
Section II On-site generation and management of hazardous waste. In Box A, the quantity of the
hazardous waste generated in 1997 is reported. In Box B, Code 2 is entered, indicating
that the unit of measure for the quantity reported in Box A is tons. Because "tons" is not
a volumetric unit of measure, density and density unit of measure are left blank in
Box B. Box C is checked "Yes" because the waste was managed on site. Under On-site
Process System 1, the Systerh Type code for landfill, M132, and the quantity of waste
managed on site are recorded. The quantity is reported in the same unit of measure as
reported in Box B. The on-site process system type under On-site Process System 2 is
marked "NA" to indicate that no other System Type was used to manage this waste.
Section III Off-site shipment of hazardous waste. In Box A, "No" is checked because the waste was
not shipped off site for management during 1997. Boxes B through E are left blank
according to the instructions on the form.
t
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
FORM GM
BEFORE COPYING FORM. ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OR
ENTER:
SITE NAME:
Waste Disposal Inc.
EPA ID NO: I Al Bl PI I Slfllfil I fll Ufll 1114131


U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE GENERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 11 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
Sec. I
A. Waste description (page 12) Stabilized solid generated from stabilizing wastewater
treatment sludge.
b. epa hazardous waste coda > F|.01Q16 r i i i W | A r
(page 12) l l l|A| l l |N|A, , , ,N,A,
C. Slate hazardous waste code (page 13)
		
D. SIC code
(page 13)
i*'i9i5i3i
E. Origin code i 51
(page 13) System Type
LHjJjJjJj
F. Source code
ialZjlZj
G. Point of
measurement
(P. 14) ,
H. Form coda
(page U)
iai3'l5'
1. RCflAiadlQactfve mixed
(page 14)
,2,
Sac. II
A. Quantity generated tn 1997
(page 15)
J_L
t 1ll i
B. UOM
(page 15)
Density
~ 1 lbs/gal ~ 2
sg
C. Old Ws Site do any of the following to this waste: treat on stle.
dispose on site, recycle on site, or dscharge to a sawar/POTVil?
(page1S>
 1 res (CONTINUE TO ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1)
~ 2 Mo (SKIP TO SEC. Ill)
0H-3JIE PROCESS SYSTEM 1
ON4ITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1
Oivsfte process system type
(pofl# IS)
I"I 113I 2I
Quantity treated, disposed, or recytied
on site h 1997 (page 16)
i i i i i i r lii > i i
On-site process system type Quantity treated, disposed, oc recycled
(p9 1)	on site In 1997(page 16)

I I I I I		
Sec. Ill
A. Was any ot this waste shipped ofl site in 1997 lor treatment disposal, or recycling? (page 17)
o 1 YBS (CONTINUE TO BOX B) ft 2 NO (FORM IS COMPLETE)
Site 1
S. EPA ID No. of fadlrty waste was shipped to
(page 17)
I I i I i i i 11 i i 11 i i i
C, System type
Shipped to (p. 17)
|M I I I I
0. Off-site availability
coda (page 17)
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
I I ' i I I I t I I LJ
Sile2
B. EPA ID No. of facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)'
I I I I lit' i i i I 111'
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
LMJ	I	I	1
~. Off-site availability
code (page 17)
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
l l l l l l l l l l l I
Site 3
B. EPAIDNo.ollacilttywaslewasshippedto
(page 17)
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17]
IA!	I	I	I
D. Oft-site avalabillty
code (page 17)
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
			 LJ
Comments:
EPA Form B700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))
Page 4 ot 7
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Waste Disposal, Inc.
Form GM, page 5 of 7: A hazardous waste that was a residual (landfill leachate discharged to a
POTW) from the on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of a previously existing hazardous
waste.
Section I	Waste characteristics. In Box A, a narrative description of the waste is entered. The
appropriate EPA waste codes for the wastes F006, F001, and F003 are entered in Box
B; "NA" is entered in the remaining spaces for EPA hazardous waste codes. Box C is
left blank because there are no State-defined hazardous waste codes applicable to this
waste. The SIC code associated with the overall activities at the site, 4953 for refuse
systems, is entered in Box D. An Origin code of 5 is entered in Box  to indicate that
the waste is a residual from on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of previously
existing hazardous waste. The System Type code Ml32 is entered in Box E to
indicate that the leachate was generated from a landfill. The Source code for leachate
collection, A79, is entered in Box F. Code 1 is entered in Box G because the waste
was not mixed with any other wastes prior to being measured. In Box H, the Form
code for aqueous waste with low dissolved solids, B114, is entered. Code 2 is entered
in Box I because the waste was not mixed with radioactive materials.
Section II On-site generation and management of hazardous waste. In Box A, the quantity of
leachate generated in 1997 is reported. In Box B, Code 5 is entered, indicating that
. the unit of measure for the quantity reported in Box A is gallons. Since gallons is a
volumetric unit of measure, density is also reported in Box B. Box C is checked
"Yes" because the waste was discharged to a POTW. Under On-site Process System
1, the system code for discharge to sewer/POTW, M135, and the quantity of waste
generated that is ultimately discharged to the POTW are reported. The quantity is
reported in the same unit of measure as reported in Box B. The on-site process
system type under On-site Process System 2 is marked "NA" to indicate that no
other System Type was used to manage this waste.
Section III Off-site shipment of hazardous waste. In Box A, "No" is checked because the waste
was not shipped off site for management in a RCRA regulated unit during 1997.
Boxes B through E are left blank according to the instructions on the form.
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FORM GM
EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OR
ENTER:
SITE NAME:
Waste Disposal Inc.
EPA ID NO: lAlfllCl l .5 l B 16 l 18 11 lO l l3l4l9l

U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE GENERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Instructions: Please see Ihe detailed instructions beginning on page 11 -of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
Sec. 1
A. Waste description (page 12) T
Landfill leachate discharged to POTW.
a. EPA hazardous waste code I Fl Ol Oi 6l iFtOiOlU
[page") (Fi0t0i3l 1 1 1N1A1 I I I Ni At
C, State hazardous waste code (pag* 13)
		
0. SIC code
(page 13)
i4i
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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
Forms Completed by Waste Disposal, Inc.
Form WR, pages 6 and 7 of 7:
The site enters its name and EPA ID number in the top left-hand corner of the form.
Wastes	In Box A, a narrative description of the waste received from off site is entered. In
1,2, and 3 Box B, the site enters the appropriate EPA hazardous waste codes for the waste. Box C
is left blank, unless the State defines separate waste codes relevant to the waste. The
EPA ID number of the site from which the waste was received is entered in Box D, In
Box E, the quantity received is entered. In Box Ff the unit of measure is reported for the
waste quantity recorded in Box E. If the unit of measure is volumetric, density and
density unit of measure also are reported in Box F; otherwise, they are left blank. In
Box G, the appropriate Form code for the waste is entered. Box H indicates whether the
waste was mixed with radioactive materials. In Box I, the appropriate System Type code
for the system in which the waste was managed is reported.
Form WR
All wastes received from off site during 1997 and managed on site. One form has space to report three
wastes received from off site. In this example, hazardous wastes received from five generators are
reported on two WR Forms - three wastes on one form and two on another form. Waste 1 on page 6 was
received from the ABC Painting Co. (Example 1). Wastes 2 and 3 on page 6 were received fr.om Platers,
Inc. (Example 2). These two wastes are reported separately on Form WR.
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EXAMPLES
	(Continued)
FORM WR
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL
OR ENTER:
SITE NAME:
Waste Disposal Inc.
' moii?
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Wasle Report
EPA ID NO: lAtBlDl I 5 I B I 6 I l 11 10 I miiqi
WASTE RECEIVED
FROM OFF SITE
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 19 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific 1o each box is provided in parentheses.
Waite
1
A, Description of hazardous wasle {page 19)
Ignitable spent solvent;
mixture of xylene and acetone
B. EPA hazardous waste cods (page 20}
IFl0t0I 3 I I I |HtA|
I I tNlAl ' ' 1
NjA,
C. State hazardous waste coda
(page 20) 		
L.J	1-1-1-11
D. Off-slts handler EPA ID number (page 2D)
iXtYiSi 19 11 iQ i i8i4t8i i7 i3i7i
E. Quantity received In 1997 {page 20)
I I I I > I 17 |5 |0 >0 | _ lOj
F. UOM
{page 20)	Density
lLi i i s i. i Qi oi
R1 lbs/gal o 2 eg
G. Form code (page 21)
 Bl 2I l 3I
H. RCRA-radloactlve mixed (page 21)
ill
I. System type (page 21)
iwr0|4t1i
Watte
2
A. Description of hazardous waste {paga 19)
Still bottoms, halogenated
solvent.
B. EPA hazardous waste code {page 20)
I Fl Ol Oi l-l i i ihiai
I I iNiAi l l |N|A|
C. State hazardous waste code
(page 20) 	
L JL.1J.-I.
D. Off-site handler EPA ID number (page 20)
~ Check it same as in Waste 1
iYiZ,Dii5 t 6i7 t|8i9|0l11r 2 13 I
E. Quantity received fn 1997 (page 20)
' ' ' ' ' ' '	I i i 11 ,
F. UOM
{page 20)
L2j
Density
~ 1 lbs/gal o 2 sg
G. Form code (page 21)
lbj_6j_0lJj
H. RCRA-ratSoacBve mixed (page 21}
121
I. System type {page 21)
|M|0 ,4 |2 |
Wast*
3
A. Description of haza^Jous waste (page 19)
Wastewater treatment sludge
B. EPA hazardous waste code (page 20)
I Fl 0l 01 ll I I I Ml At
I I" inia' ' ' 'N'A'
C. State hazardous waste code
(page 20) I ) I I I I I
i I I I I 1 I
D* Ofl-site handler EPA 10 number (page 20)
 Check if same as In Waste 2
I I I I l l ' l I ,1, I ,,1 Till
G. Form code (page 21)

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EXAMPLES
(Continued)	
FORM WR
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL
OR ENTER;
Waste Disposal Inc.
SITfi NAME*
PP4in NO 1A1B1D1 I 5 I8|61 I8llt0l llJilQl

?' A ^
(S2j>
FORM
WR
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE RECEIVED
FROM OFF SITE
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 19 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number lor instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
Wmtt
1
A. Description of hazardous waste (page 19)
Wastewater treatment sludge
6. EPA hazardous waste code (paga 20)
|F,0|0|6| i i |N|At
1 I |W|A, i | |N|A,
C. Slate hazardous waste code
 i
~ 1 lbs/gal o 2 sg


G. Form code (page 21)
jBi5 i 0 I 2 I
H. RCRA-radloactive mixed (page 21)
' ill
I. System type (page 21)
,M| 1| 1| t|
Wast*
3
A. Description of hazardous wasls (page 19)
3. EPA hazardous waste ccxio (page 20)
	(Ill
1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
C. Slate hazardous waste code
(page 20) 	
	
0. Off-stte handler EPA ID number (page 20)
~ Check II same as in Waste 2
1 1 1 M t 1 1 ! 1 1	
E. Quantity recarv&d in 1997 (page 20)
r i r i i r i i i i i
LJ
P. UOM
(page 20) Density
I	| 1 1 1 1 1 1
o 1 lbs/gal ~ 2 sg


G. Form code (page 21)
|B| I I I
H. RCRA-radloacliva mixed (page 21)
l_J
1. System type (page 21)
l"l 1 I I
Comments:
EPA Form 8700-13A/B (Revised (07-97)}
A-42
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1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT FORMS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORMS
USE ONLY THE CODE LISTS IN THIS BOOKLET

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FORM IC
OMB#: 2050-0024 Expires 09/30/99
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
IDENTIFICATION AND
CERTIFICATION
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 7 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each section is provided below.
Sec. 1
Site name and location address. Check the box ~ in items A, B, C, E, F. G, and H if same as label; if different, enter corrections. If label is
absent, enter information. Instructions page 7.
A. EPA ID No.
Same as lahel ~ or -~ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1
B. County
Same as label ~ or -
C. Site/company name
Same as label ~ or -*
D. Has the site name associated with this EPA ID changed since 1995?
~ 1 Yes a 2 No
E. Street name and number. If not applicable, enter industrial park, building name, or other physical location description.
Same as label ~ or
F, City, town, village
Same as label ~ or -*
G. State
Same as label ~
or III
H. Zip Code
Same as label ~ or -*
1 I I 1 I l-i I I I 1


Sec. II 1 Mailing address of site. Instructions page 7.
A. Is the mailing address the same as the location address? ~ 1 Yes (SKIP TO SEC. ill) ~ 2 No (CONTINUE TO BOX B)
B. Number and street name of mailing address
C. City, town, village
D. State
I I I
E. Zip Code
		 1 1 1 I
Sec. Ill | Name, title, and telephone number of the person who should be contacted if questions arise regarding this report. Instructions page 7.
A. Last Name First name M.I.
B. Title
C. Telephone Number
1 I I II I 1 1-1 1 I.I t
Extension 1 1 1 1 1
Sec. IV
"1 certify under penalty of law that this document and all attachments were prepared under my direction or supervision in accordance with a
system designed to assure that qualified personnel properly gather and evaluate the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the
person or persons who manage the system, or those persons directly responsible for gathering the information, the information submitted is,
to the best of my knowledge and belief, true, accurate and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties under Section 3008 of
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment for knowing
violations." Instructions page 8.
A. Last Name First name M.I.
B. Title
C. Signature
D. Date of signature
I- I It I II I I
Month Day Year
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL
OR ENTER:
SITE NAME:		
EPA ID NO: I 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I

W
FORM
EPA Form 8700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))
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FORM IC
EPA ID NO. ) I I I lilt I I I I 111!
Sec. V J Generator status. Instructions begin on page 8.
A. 1997 RCRA generator status
(CHECK ONE BOX BELOW)
~	1 LQG
~' 2 SQG SKIP TO SEC. VI
~	3 CESQG
~	4 Non-generator (continue to box b)
B. Reason for not generating
(CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
~	1 Never generated ~ 5 Periodic or occasional generator
~	2 Out of business ~ 6 Waste minimization activity
~	3 Only excluded or delisted waste ~ 7 Other (SPECIFY IN COMMENTS BOX BELOW)
~	4 Only non-hazardous waste
Sec. VI 1 On-site waste management status. Instructions page 10.
A. Storage subject to RCRA permitting requirements
I	I
B. Treatment, disposal, or recycling subject to RCRA permitting
requirements
1	1

Comments:

EPA Form 8700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))
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FORM GM
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OR
ENTER:
SITE NAME: 			
EPA ID NO: I I I I 1111 I I I I I I I I

issy
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
FORM
WASTE GENERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 11 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form, in addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
Sec. I A. Waste description (page 12)
B. EPA hazardous waste code
(page 12)
I I 1 I I III'
I ) I I I I 1 1 1 I l l t l l
C. State hazardous waste code (page 13)
t I I I I I I	
D. StC code
(page 13)
I I I II
E. Origin code |	|
(page 13) System Type
1*1 I I I
F. Source code
(page 14)
LAJ	I	I
G. Point of
measurement
(p. 14)
H. Form code
(page 14)
LBJ	I	I	I
I. RCRA-radioactive mixed
(page 14)
Sec. II
A. Quantity generated in 1997
(page 15)
I I I I I I I 1 I I
B. UOM
(page 15)
Density
~ 1 lbs/gal ~ 2 sg
C. Did this site do any of the following to this waste: treat on site,
dispose on site, recycle on site, or discharge to a sewer/POTW?
(page 15)
~	1 Yes (CONTINUE TO ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1)
~	2 No (SKIP TO SEC. Ill)
ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 1
ON-SITE PROCESS SYSTEM 2
On-site process system type
(page 16)
LMJ	I	I	I
Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
on site in 1997 (page 16)
		
On-site process system type Quantity treated, disposed, or recycled
(page 16)	on site in 1997 (page 16)
ll t I I
I I t I I I I 1 I I
Sec. Ill
A. Was any of this waste shipped off site in 1997 for treatment, disposal, or recycling? (page 17)
~ 1 Yes (CONTINUE TO BOX B) a 2 No (FORM IS COMPLETE)
Site 1
B. EPA ID No. of tacility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
		t I I I I I
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
)l I I I
D. Off-stte availability
code (page 17)
l_l
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1



Site 2
B, EPA ID No. of facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
		 H I I I
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
I"I I I I
0. Off-site availability
code (page 17)
LJ
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
I ) I I I I I 1 1 1 1 !



Site 3
B. EPA ID No, of facility waste was shipped to
(page 17)
I I I M I	
C. System type
shipped to (p. 17)
IMI I I I
D. Off-stte availability
code (page 17)
LJ
E. Total quantity shipped in 1997 (page 17)
I I I I I I I I I I I 1



Comments:
EPA Form 8700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))
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FORM WR
BEFORE COPYING FORM, ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL
OR ENTER:
SITE NAME: 	 	
EPA ID NO: 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

W
pro*0
FORM
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY
1997 Hazardous Waste Report
WASTE RECEIVED
FROM OFF SITE
Instructions: Please see the detailed instructions beginning on page 19 of the instructions and forms booklet before
completing this form. In addition, the page number for instructions specific to each box is provided in parentheses.
Waste
1
A. Description of hazardous waste (page 19)
B. EPA hazardous waste code (page 20)
		 I I I I
		 l l l l
C. State hazardous waste code
(page 20) I I i I I i I
I 1 I I I 1 I
D. Off-site handler EPA ID number (page 20)
l I I I I I 1 I 'III I I I >
E. Quantity received in 1997 (page 20)
				
F. UOM
(page 20)
Density
I I I . I I I
~ 1 !bs/gai ~ 2 sg
G. Form code (page 21)
LbJ	I	I	1
H. RCRA-radloactive mixed (page 21)
I. System type (page 21)
LMJ	I	I	I
Waste
2
A. Description of hazardous waste (page 19)
B. EPA hazardous waste code (page 20)
I I I I I I I I I I
	I I I I I
C. State hazardous waste code
(page 20) I I [ I I I i
I I I I 1 I I
D. Off-site handler EPA ID number (page 20)
0	Check if same as In Waste 1
1	I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
E. Quantity received in 1997 (page 20)
	
F. UOM
(page 20)
Density
I I I . I I I
~ 1 lbs/gat o 2 sg
G. Form code (page 21)
iBl I I I
H. RCRA-radioactive mixed (page 21)
t. System type {page 21)
lMI I I I
Waste
3
A. Description of hazardous waste (page 19)
B. EPA hazardous waste code (page 20)
I I I I I I I I I t
' I I I I I I I I I
C. State hazardous waste code
(page 20) 			
I I I I I I I
D. Off-site handler EPA ID number (page 20)
~ Check if same as !n Waste 2
I I I I I I I I l l I I I I I I
G. Form code (page 21)
LbJ	III
E. Quantity received In 1997 (page 20)
l l l l 		
F. UOM
(page 20)
Density
I I l.l I I
~ 1 lbs/gal ~ 2 sg
H. RCRA-radioactive mixed (page 21)
I. System type (page 21)
LMJ	I	I	I
Comments:
EPA Form 3700-13A/8 (Revised (07-97))
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FORM O!
BEFORE COPYING FORM. ATTACH SITE IDENTIFICATION LABEL
OR ENTER:
SITE NAME: 	
EPA ID NO: I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
\	PROTECTION AGENCY

%	1997 Hazardous Waste Report
FORM
Ol
OFF-SITE
IDENTIFICATION
Instructions: Please read the detailed instructions on the reverse side before completing this form.
Site 1
A. EPA ID No. of off-site installation or transporter
It	till
B. Name of off-site installation or transporter
C. Handler type (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY}
~	Generator
~	Transporter
~	TSDR facility
D. Address of off-site installation
Street
mty State 1 1 1
Zio 1 f 1 1 1 l-l 1 1 1 |
Site 2
A. EPA ID No. of off-site instailation or transporter
I I I M ! I I I I 		
B. Name of off-site installation or transporter
C. Handler type (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
~	Generator
~	Transporter
~	TSDR facility
D. Address of off-site installation
Qtm**t
Hty State t 1 1
Zip 	-1 1 1 1 1
Site 3
A, EPA ID No. of off-site installation or transporter
		
B. Name of off-site instailation or transporter
C. Handlertype(CHECKALL THAT APPLY)
~	Generator
~	Transporter
~	TSDR facility
D. Address of off-site installation
Street
fifty State 1 1 1
2o 		 1 t 1 1
Site 4
A. EPA ID No. of off-site installation or transporter
I I ) I I I ! ! I I I 1 I I I I
8. Name of off-site installation or transporter
C, Handler type (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
~	Generator
~	Transporter
~	TSDR facility
D. Address of off-site installation
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Comments:
EPA Form 8700-13A/B (Revised (07-97))

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT
FORM Ol - OFF-SITE IDENTIFICATION
WHO MUST SUBMIT THIS FORM
Sites required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report must submit Form 01 if:
	Form 01 is required by your State; AND
	The site received hazardous waste from off site or sent hazardous waste off site during 1997.
PURPOSE OF THIS FORM
Form 01 documents the names and addresses of off-site installations and transporters.
HOW TO FILL OUT THIS FORM
Form 01 is divided into five identical parts. You must fill out one part for each off-site installation to which you shipped
hazardous waste, each off-site installation from which you received hazardous waste, and each transporter you used to ship
hazardous waste during 1997. If these off-site installations and transporters total more than five, you must photocopy and 
complete additional copies of the form. Prior to photocopying, place the pre-printed site identification label in the top left-
hand corner of the form or, if you did not receive pre-printed labels, enter the site name and EPA Identification Number in
this space.
Use the Comments section at the end of the form to clarify any entry (e.g., "Other" responses) or to continue any entry. When
entering information in the Comments section, cross-reference the site number and box letter to which the comment refers.
ITEM-BY-ITEM INSTRUCTIONS
Complete Boxes A through D for each off-site installation to which you shipped hazardous waste and each off-site installation
from which you received hazardous waste during 1997. Complete Boxes A through C for each transporter you used during
the year (address in Box D is not required for transporters).
Box A: EPA ID No. of off-site installation or transporter
Enter the 12-digit EPA ID number of the off-site installation to which you shipped hazardous waste or from which
you received hazardous waste. Or, enter the EPA ID number of the transporter who shipped hazardous waste to or
from your site. Each EPA ID Number should appear only once. If the off-site installation or transporter did not have
an EPA ID number during 1997, enter "NA" in Box A and note the reason in the Comments section. For wastes
shipped to or received from foreign countries, if the facility does not have an EPA Identification Number, enter "FC"
followed by the name of the country for the EPA Identification Number.
Box B: Name of off-site installation or transporter
Enter the name of the off-site installation or transporter reported in Box A.
Box C: Handler type
Check all boxes that apply to the handler type (i.e., generator, transporter, or treatment, storage, or disposal (TSD)
facility) of the off-site installation or transporter reported in Box A.
Box D: Address of off-site installation
Enter the address of the off-site installation reported in Box A. If the EPA lEXnumber reported in Box A refers to a
transporter, enter "NA" in Box D.

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1997 HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT
SUBMISSION CHECKLIST
Please review the following checklist to make sure that your site's submission is complete and correct.
This checklist is for your own use and is not to be returned.
Have you:
~	Included Form IC, answering questions on both the front and back of the form?
EH Prepared a complete and separate Form GM for each RCRA hazardous waste generated on site
and subsequently managed on site and/or shipped off site for management in 1997 that was:
	Generated on site from a production process, service activity, or routine cleanup?
	Resulted from equipment decommissioning, spill cleanup, or remedial cleanup activity?
	Received from off site and subsequently shipped off site without being treated or recycled
on site?
	Derived from the management of non-hazardous waste?
	Derived from the on-site treatment, disposal, or recycling of hazardous waste (i.e., a
residual)?
~	Reported all 1997 receipts of RCRA hazardous waste from off site on Form WR?
EH Used the Comments section to clarify or continue entries such as "Other" responses? Checked
that "NA" is entered, where noted in the instructions, for items that do not apply to your site?
D Numbered every page in your submission consecutively so that both the individual page
number and the total number of pages appear at the bottom of the page?
EH Right justified all quantity entries?
EH Signed the certification statement in Section IV of Form IC?
EH Made a copy of the completed 1997 Hazardous Waste Report to retain with your records?

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If this site is not required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report, complete and return the postcard provided below, EPA
will use the postcards to record sites that are not required to report. Return the card to the address listed for your State or
Regional office beginning on page 77 of the instructions and forms booklet.
This site is not required to file the 1997 Hazardous Waste Report because:
	The site was not a RCRA Large Quantity Generator in 1997;
AND
	The site did not treat, store, or dispose of RCRA hazardous wastes on site in units subject to RCRA permitting
 requirements in 1997.
It is expected that this site will not have to file the Hazardous Waste Report (CHECK ONE):
~	For 1997 only
~	Permanently
~	Other (Explain:		)
EPA ID No. I I I I i I I i I I I I I I I I
Site Name	
Site Location Address
City:	 State:	- Zip.
Contact Name:	
Telephone'Number of Contact: [	}_

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