United States	Solid Waste and	EPA/530-R-97-004K
Environmental Protection Emergency Response	December 1996
Agency	(OS-343)
A rnA RCRA Permit Policy
v?EPA r
Compendium
Volume 11
9523.1980-9528.1996
Permitting Procedures (Parts 124 & 270)
•	Applications
•	Conditions
•	Changes
•	Interim Status
ATK1/3590/12 kg

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United States
Environmental Protection
Agency
Solid Waste and
Emergency Response
(5305W)
EPA530-R 97-004
PB97-125 348
January 1997
oEPA RCRA Permit Policy Compendium
Update Package
Revision Six
Through December 1996)
Reproduced on recycled paper that contains at least 20 % post consumer fiber

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE DECEMBER 1996
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM UPDATE PACKAGE
For your convenience, we have provided a list of the documents (organized by volume number
and reference number) which are contained in the December 1996 RCRA Permit Policy
Compendium Update Package. There are no current update documents for Volume 3, Volume
8 or Volume 12.
Volume 2
9432.1988(06)
9432.1996(01)
Volume 4
9441.1996(01)
9441.1996(02)
9441.1996(03)
9441.1996(04)
9441.1996(05)
Volume 5
9442.1996(01)
Volume 6
9451.1996(01)
9451.1996(02)
9451.1996(03)
9451.1996(04)
9451.1996(05)
9451.1996(06)
9452.1996(01)
9452.1996(02)
9456.1996(01)
9456.1996(02)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE DECEMBER 1996
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM UPDATE PACKAGE
(Continued)
Volume 7
9462.1996(01)
9462.1996(02)
9472.1995(01)
9480.1996(01)
9480.1996(02)
9480.1996(03)
Volume 9
9489.1996(01)
9489.1996(02)
9497.1996(01)
9498.1996(01)
9498.1996(02)
9498.1996(03)
9498.1996(04)
9498.1996(05)
9498.1996(06)
Volume 10
9502.1996(01)
9502.1996(02)
9502.1996(03)
9504.1986(02)
9505.1994(01)
9505.1995(01)
Volume 11
9525.1996(01)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE DECEMBER 1996
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM UPDATE PACKAGE
(Continued)
Volume 13
9551.1996(01)
9551.1996(02)
9592.1996(01)
9592.1996(02)
9592.1996(03)
9593.1996(01)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
For your convenience, we have provided a list of the documents (organized by reference number)
which are contained in the RCRA Permit Policy Compendium.
9431.1984(01)
9431.1987(01)
9431.1987(02)
9431.1987(03)
9431.1988(01)
9431.1988(02)
9431.1989(01)
9431.1989(02)
9431.1989(03)
9431.1990(01)
9431.1991(01)
9431.1991(02)
9431.1991(03)
9431.1993(01)
9431.1994(01)
9431.1994(02)
9432.00-1
9432.1980(01)
9432.1981(01)
9432.1982(01)
9432.1983(01)
9432.1983(02)
9432.1984(01)
9432.1984(03)
9432.1984(04)
9432.1984(05)
9432.1984(06)
9432.1984(07)
9432.1985(02)
9432.1985(03)
9432.1985(04)
9432.1985(05)
9432.1985(07)
9432.1985(08)
9432.1985(10)
9432.1986(01)
9432.1986(02)
9432.1986(03)
9432.1986(04)
9432.1986(05)
9432.1986(06)
9432.1986(08)
9432.1986(10)
9432.1986(12)
9432.1986(13)
9432.1986(14)
9432.1986(15)
9432.1986(16)
9432.1987(01)
9432.1987(02)
9432.1987(03)
9432.1987(05)
9432.1987(06)
9432.1987(07)
9432.1987(08)
9432.1987(09)
9432.1987(10)
9432.1987(11)
9432.1987(12)
9432.1987(12a)
9432.1987(13)
9432.1988(01)
9432.1988(02)
9432.1988(03)
9432.1988(04)
9432.1988(05)
9432.1988(06)
9432.1989(01)
9432.1989(02)
9432.1989(03)
9432.1989(04)
9432.1989(05)
9432.1990(01)
9432.1990(02)
9432.1990(03)
9432.1991(01)
9432.1993(01)
9432.1993(02)
9432.1994(01)
9432.1994(02)
9432.1994(03)
9432.1995(01)
9432.1995(02)
9432.1996(01)
9433.1984(03)
9433.1984(05)
9433.1984(06)
9433.1985(02)
9433.1985(03)
9433.1985(04)
9433.1985(05)
9433.1985(06)
9433.1986(01)
9433.1986(04)
9433.1986(05)
9433.1986(06)
9433.1986(07)
9433.1986(08)
9433.1986(09)
9433.1986(10)
9433.1986(11)
9433.1986(12)
9433.1986(14)
9433.1986(16)
9433.1986(17)
9433.1986(19)
9433.1986(20)
9433.1986(21)
9433.1986(22)
9433.1986(23)
9433.1986(24)
9433.1987(01)
9433.1987(03)
9433.1987(04)
9433.1987(05)
9433.1987(06)
9433.1987(07)
9433.1987(08)
9433.1987(09)
9433.1987(10)
9433.1987(14)
9433.1987(15)
9433.1987(16)
9433.1987(18)
9433.1987(20)
9433.1987(21)
9433.1987(22)
9433.1987(23)
9433.1987(25)
9433.1987(26)
9433.1987(27)
9433.1988(02)
9433.1990(01)
9433.1990(02)
9433.1990(03)
9433.1990(04)
9433.1990(05)
9433.1990(06)
9433.1990(07)
9433.1991(01)
9433.1991(02)
9433.1991(03)
9433.1994(01)
9433.1994(02)
9433.1994(03)
9434.1989(01)
9441.1980(02)
9441.1980(03)

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RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9441.1980(04)
9441.1980(05)
9441.1981(01)
9441.1981(04)
9441.1981(05)
9441.1981(06)
9441.1983(01)
9441.1983(03)
9441.1983(04)
9441.1983(07)
9441.1983(08)
9441.1983(10)
9441.1984(01)
9441.1984(03)
9441.1984(04)
9441.1984(05)
9441.1984(06)
9441.1984(07)
9441.1984(08)
9441.1984(09)
9441.1984(10)
9441.1984(11)
9441.1984(12)
9441.1984(13)
9441.1984(14)
9441.1984(15)
9441.1984(18)
9441.1984(19)
9441.1984(20)
9441.1984(21)
9441.1984(22)
9441.1984(23)
9441.1984(24)
9441.1984(25)
9441.1984(26)
9441.1984(27)
9441.1984(28)
9441.1984(29)
9441.1984(30)
9441.1984(31)
9441.1984(32)
9441.1984(33)
9441.1984(34)
9441.1984(35)
9441.1984(36)
9441.1984(37)
9441.1984(38)
9441.1985(01)
9441.1985(02)
9441.1985(03)
9441.1985(05)
9441.1985(06)
9441.1985(07)
9441.1985(08)
9441.1985(09)
9441.1985(10)
9441.1985(11)
9441.1985(12)
9441.1985(12a)
9441.1985(13)
9441.1985(15)
9441.1985(18)
9441.1985(19)
9441.1985(19a)
9441.1985(20)
9441.1985(21)
9441.1985(23)
9441.1985(24)
9441.1985(25)
9441.1985(26)
9441.1985(27)
9441.1985(28)
9441.1985(28a)
9441.1985(28b)
9441.1985(29)
9441.1985(30a)
9441.1985(31)
9441.1985(32)
9441.1985(33)
9441.1985(34)
9441.1985(35)
9441.1985(38)
9441.1985(39)
9441.1985(41)
9441.1985(42)
9441.1985(43)
9441.1985(44)
9441.1986(01)
9441.1986(02)
9441.1986(03)
9441.1986(04)
9441.1986(05)
9441.1986(06)
9441.1986(07)
9441.1986(08)
9441.1986(09)
9441.1986(10)
9441.1986(11)
9441.1986(14)
9441.1986(16)
9441.1986(17)
9441.1986(19)
9441.1986(21)
9441.1986(22)
9441.1986(23)
9441.1986(24)
9441.1986(25)
9441.1986(26)
9441.1986(27)
9441.1986(28)
9441.1986(29)
9441.1986(30)
9441.1986(31)
9441.1986(32)
9441.1986(33)
9441.1986(34)
9441.1986(37)
9441.1986(38)
9441.1986(39)
9441.1986(40)
9441.1986(41)
9441.1986(42)
9441.1986(43)
9441.1986(44)
9441.1986(45)
9441.1986(45a)
9441.1986(46)
9441.1986(47)
9441.1986(48)
9441.1986(49)
9441.1986(51)
9441.1986(52)
9441.1986(53)
9441.1986(54)
9441.1986(55)
9441.1986(56)
9441.1986(57)
9441.1986(58)
9441.1986(59)
9441.1986(61)
9441.1986(62)
9441.1986(64)
9441.1986(65)
9441.1986(67)
9441.1986(69)
9441.1986(72)
9441.1986(73)
9441.1986(74)
9441.1986(76)
9441.1986(78)
9441.1986(79)
9441.1986(80)
9441.1986(81)
9441.1986(82)
9441.1986(83)
9441.1986(84)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9441.1986(85)
9441.1986(86)
9441.1986(87)
9441.1986(88)
9441.1986(89)
9441.1986(92)
9441.1986(94)
9441.1986(95)
9441.1986(96)
9441.1986(97)
9441.1986(98)
9441.1987(02)
9441.1987(03)
9441.1987(04)
9441.1987(06)
9441.1987(08)
9441.1987(09)
9441.1987(10)
9441.1987(102)
9441.1987(11)
9441.1987(12)
9441.1987(13)
9441.1987(14)
9441.1987(15)
9441.1987(16)
9441.1987(17)
9441.1987(18)
9441.1987(19)
9441.1987(20)
9441.1987(21)
9441.1987(24)
9441.1987(26)
9441.1987(28)
9441.1987(29)
9441.1987(30)
9441.1987(31)
9441.1987(32)
9441.1987(36)
9441.1987(37)
9441.1987(39)
9441.1987(40)
9441.1987(41)
9441.1987(42)
9441.1987(45)
9441.1987(46)
9441.1987(52)
9441.1987(53)
9441.1987(54)
9441.1987(57)
9441.1987(58)
9441.1987(59)
9441.1987(61)
9441.1987(64)
9441.1987(65)
9441.1987(66)
9441.1987(68)
9441.1987(70)
9441.1987(71)
9441.1987(73)
9441.1987(74)
9441.1987(75)
9441.1987(76)
9441.1987(77)
9441.1987(77a)
9441.1987(78)
9441.1987(83)
9441.1987(84)
9441.1987(96)
9441.1987(98)
9441.1987(99)
9441.1988(03)
9441.1988(04)
9441.1988(05)
9441.1988(06)
9441.1988(07)
9441.1988(08)
9441.1988(09)
9441.1988(11)
9441.1988(13)
9441.1988(14)
9441.1988(17)
9441.1988(19)
9441.1988(20)
9441.1988(23)
9441.1988(25)
9441.1988(27)
9441.1988(28)
9441.1988(30)
9441.1988(31)
9441.1988(32)
9441.1988(33)
9441.1988(36)
9441.1988(39)
9441.1988(40)
9441.1988(41)
9441.1988(42)
9441.1988(44)
9441.1988(45)
9441.1988(47)
9441.1988(48)
9441.1988(48a)
9441.1988(49)
9441.1988(50)
9441.1989(01)
9441.1989(02)
9441.1989(03)
9441.1989(04)
9441.1989(05)
9441.1989(10)
9441.1989(11)
9441.1989(12)
9441.1989(14)
9441.1989(15)
9441.1989(17)
9441.1989(19)
9441.1989(20)
9441.1989(22)
9441.1989(23)
9441.1989(24)
9441.1989(27)
9441.1989(27a)
9441.1989(29)
9441.1989(30)
9441.1989(31)
9441.1989(32)
9441.1989(34)
9441.1989(39)
9441.1989(40)
9441.1989(42)
9441.1989(43)
9441.1989(47)
9441.1989(48)
9441.1989(49)
9441.1989(50)
9441.1989(51)
9441.1989(52)
9441.1989(53)
9441.1989(54)
9441.1989(55)
9441.1989(56)
9441.1990(01)
9441.1990(02)
9441.1990(03)
9441.1990(04)
9441.1990(05)
9441.1990(06)
9441.1990(07)
9441.1990(08)
9441.1990(09)
9441.1990(09a)
9441.1990(09b)
9441.1990(10)
9441.1990(11)
9441.1990(12)
9441.1990(13)
9441.1990(13a)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9441.1990(13b)
9441.1991(14a)
9441.1992(34)
9441.1994(05
9441.1990(13c)
9441.1991(15)
9441.1992(35)
9441.1994(06
9441.1990(13d)
9441.1991(16)
9441.1992(36)
9441.1994(07
9441.1990(13e)
9441.1991(17)
9441.1992(37)
9441.1994(08
9441.1990(14)
9441.1991(18)
9441.1992(38)
9441.1994(09
9441.1990(15)
9441.1991(19)
9441.1992(39)
9441.1994(10
9441.1990(16)
9441.1992(01)
9441.1992(40)
9441.1994(11
9441.1990(17)
9441.1992(02)
9441.1992(41)
9441.1994(12
9441.1990(18)
9441.1992(03)
9441.1992(42)
9441.1994(13
9441.1990(19)
9441.1992(04)
9441.1992(43)
9441.1994(14
9441.1990(20)
9441.1992(05)
9441.1992(44)
9441.1994(15
9441.1990(21)
9441.1992(06)
9441.1993(01)
9441.1994(16
9441.1990(22)
9441.1992(07)
9441.1993(02)
9441.1994(17
9441.1990(23)
9441.1992(08)
9441.1993(03)
9441.1994(18
9441.1990(25)
9441.1992(09)
9441.1993(04)
9441.1994(19
9441.1990(26)
9441.1992(10)
9441.1993(05)
9441.1994(20
9441.1990(27)
9441.1992(11)
9441.1993(06)
9441.1994(21
9441.1990(28)
9441.1992(12)
9441.1993(07)
9441.1994(22
9441.1990(29)
9441.1992(13)
9441.1993(08)
9441.1994(23
9441.1990(30)
9441.1992(14)
9441.1993(09)
9441.1994(24
9441.1990(31)
9441.1992(15)
9441.1993(10)
9441.1994(25
9441.1990(32)
9441.1992(16)
9441.1993(11)
9441.1994(26
9441.1990(33)
9441.1992(17)
9441.1993(12)
9441.1994(27
9441.1990(34)
9441.1992(18)
9441.1993(13)
9441.1994(28
9441.1990(35)
9441.1992(19)
9441.1993(14)
9441.1994(29
9441.1991(01)
9441.1992(20)
9441.1993(15)
9441.1994(30
9441.1991(02)
9441.1992(21)
9441.1993(16)
9441.1994(31
9441.1991(03)
9441.1992(22)
9441.1993(17)
9441.1994(32
9441.1991(04)
9441.1992(23)
9441.1993(18)
9441.1995(01
9441.1991(05)
9441.1992(24)
9441.1993(19)
9441.1995(02
9441.1991(05a)
9441.1992(25)
9441.1993(20)
9441.1995(03
9441.1991(06)
9441.1992(26)
9441.1993(21)
9441.1995(04
9441.1991(08)
9441.1992(27)
9441.1993(22)
9441.1995(05
9441.1991(09)
9441.1992(28)
9441.1993(23)
9441.1995(06
9441.1991(10)
9441.1992(29)
9441.1993(24)
9441.1995(07
9441.1991(11)
9441.1992(30)
9441.1994(01)
9441.1995(08
9441.1991(12)
9441.1992(31)
9441.1994(02)
9441.1995(09
9441.1991(13)
9441.1992(32)
9441.1994(03)
9441.1995(10
9441.1991(14)
9441.1992(33)
9441.1994(04)
9441.1995(11

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9441.1995(12)
9441.1995(13)
9441.1995(14)
9441.1995(15)
9441.1995(16)
9441.1995(17)
9441.1995(18)
9441.1995(19)
9441.1995(20)
9441.1995(21)
9441.1995(22)
9441.1995(23)
9441.1995(24)
9441.1995(25)
9441.1995(26)
9441.1995(27)
9441.1995(28)
9441.1995(29)
9441.1995(30)
9441.1995(31)
9441.1995(32)
9441.1995(33)
9441.1995(34)
9441.1996(01)
9441.1996(02)
9441.1996(03)
9441.1996(04)
9441.1996(05)
9442.1984(01)
9442.1985(01)
9442.1986(01)
9442.1986(02)
9442.1986(03)
9442.1986(04)
9442.1986(04a)
9442.1986(07)
9442.1986(08)
9442.1987(02)
9442.1987(03)
9442.1987(04)
9442.1987(06)
9442.1988(01)
9442.1988(02)
9442.1988(03)
9442.1988(05)
9442.1988(06)
9442.1989(01)
9442.1989(02)
9442.1989(03)
9442.1989(04)
9442.1989(05)
9442.1989(07)
9442.1989(09)
9442.1990(01)
9442.1990(02)
9442.1990(03)
9442.1990(04)
9442.1990(05)
9442.1991(01)
9442.1991(02)
9442.1991(03)
9442.1991(04)
9442.1991(05)
9442.1991(06)
9442.1991(07)
9442.1991(08)
9442.1991(09)
9442.1991(10)
9442.1991(11)
9442.1991(12)
9442.1991(13)
9442.1991(14)
9442.1991(15)
9442.1991(16)
9442.1991(17)
9442.1991(18)
9442.1993(01)
9442.1993(02)
9442.1993(03)
9442.1993(04)
9442.1993(05)
9442.1994(01)
9442.1994(02)
9442.1994(03)
9442.1994(04)
9442.1994(05)
9442.1994(06)
9442.1995(01)
9442.1995(02)
9442.1995(03)
9442.1995(04)
9442.1996(01)
9443.1980(02)
9443.1981(01)
9443.1983(01)
9443.1983(02)
9443.1983(03)
9443.1983(04)
9443.1983(05)
9443.1984(03)
9443.1984(04)
9443.1984(05)
9443.1984(06)
9443.1984(08)
9443.1984(09)
9443.1984(10)
9443.1985(01)
9443.1985(02)
9443.1985(04)
9443.1985(05)
9443.1985(07)
9443.1985(08)
9443.1985(09)
9443.1985(10)
9443.1985(11)
9443.1986(02)
9443.1986(04)
9443.1986(05)
9443.1986(06)
9443.1986(09)
9443.1986(10)
9443.1986(11)
9443.1986(12)
9443.1986(13)
9443.1986(15)
9443.1986(16)
9443.1986(17)
9443.1986(18)
9443.1986(19)
9443.1987(01)
9443.1987(02)
9443.1987(04)
9443.1987(05)
9443.1987(06)
9443.1987(07)
9443.1987(08)
9443.1987(09)
9443.1987(11)
9443.1987(12)
9443.1987(14)
9443.1987(16)
9443.1987(17)
9443.1987(18)
9443.1987(19)
9443.1987(20)
9443.1987(23)
9443.1987(24)
9443.1987(25)
9443.1987(26)
9443.1987(28)
9443.1987(29)
9443.1987(30)
9443.1987(31)
9443.1987(32)
9443.1987(33)
9443.1988(01)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9443.1988(02)
9443.1988(03)
9443.1988(04)
9443.1988(05)
9443.1988(06)
9443.1988(07)
9443.1988(08)
9443.1988(09)
9443.1988(10)
9443.1988(11)
9443.1989(01)
9443.1989(02)
9443.1989(03)
9443.1989(04)
9443.1989(07)
9443.1989(08)
9443.1989(08a)
9443.1989(09)
9443.1989(10)
9443.1990(01)
9443.1991(01)
9443.1991(02)
9443.1992(01)
9443.1992(02)
9443.1992(03)
9443.1992(04)
9443.1992(05)
9443.1992(06)
9443.1993(01)
9443.1993(02)
9443.1993(03)
9443.1993(04)
9443.1993(05)
9443.1993(06)
9443.1993(07)
9443.1994(01)
9443.1994(02)
9443.1994(03)
9443.1994(04)
9443.1994(05)
9443.1994(06)
9443.1995(01)
9443.1995(02)
9443.1995(03)
9444.1980(01)
9444.1980(02)
9444.1980(03)
9444.1980(05)
9444.1980(06)
9444.1981(01)
9444.1981(02)
9444.1981(03)
9444.1981(05)
9444.1982(01)
9444.1983(01)
9444.1983(02)
9444.1983(03)
9444.1984(01)
9444.1984(02)
9444.1984(03)
9444.1984(04)
9444.1984(05)
9444.1984(06)
9444.1984(07)
9444.1984(08)
9444.1984(09)
9444.1984(10)
9444.1984(11)
9444.1984(12)
9444.1984(14)
9444.1984(16)
9444.1984(17)
9444.1985(01)
9444.1985(02)
9444.1985(03)
9444.1985(05)
9444.1985(07)
9444.1985(08)
9444.1985(09)
9444.1985(11)
9444.1985(12)
9444.1985(13)
9444.1985(14)
9444.1985(15)
9444.1985(15a)
9444.1985(16)
9444.1985(17)
9444.1986(02)
9444.1986(03)
9444.1986(05)
9444.1986(07)
9444.1986(08)
9444.1986(09)
9444.1986(11)
9444.1986(13)
9444.1986(14)
9444.1986(15)
9444.1986(16)
9444.1986(17)
9444.1986(19)
9444.1986(20)
9444.1986(21)
9444.1986(23)
9444.1986(25)
9444.1986(26)
9444.1986(27)
9444.1986(28)
9444.1986(29)
9444.1986(30)
9444.1986(31)
9444.1986(32)
9444.1986(33)
9444.1987(02)
9444.1987(03)
9444.1987(04)
9444.1987(05)
9444.1987(06)
9444.1987(07)
9444.1987(08)
9444.1987(09)
9444.1987(10)
9444.1987(11)
9444.1987(12)
9444.1987(13)
9444.1987(14)
9444.1987(15)
9444.1987(16)
9444.1987(17)
9444.1987(18)
9444.1987(19)
9444.1987(20)
9444.1987(22)
9444.1987(23)
9444.1987(26)
9444.1987(27)
9444.1987(28)
9444.1987(29)
9444.1987(30)
9444.1987(31)
9444.1987(3 la)
9444.1987(33)
9444.1987(34)
9444.1987(36)
9444.1987(37)
9444,1987(37a)
9444.1987(38)
9444.1987(39)
9444.1987(40)
9444.1987(41)
9444.1987(42)
9444.1987(43)
9444.1987(44)
9444.1987(47)
9444.1987(48)
9444.1987(49)
9444.1987(51)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9444.1987(52)
9444.1991(02)
9445.1985(04)
9451.1987(03)
9444.1987(53)
9444.1991(03)
9445.1985(05)
9451.1987(04)
9444,1987(55)
9444.1991(04)
9445.1985(06)
9451.1989(01)
9444.1988(01)
9444.1991(05)
9445.1987(01)
9451.1989(02)
9444.1988(02)
9444.1991(06)
9445.1987(02)
9451.1991(01)
9444.1988(02a)
9444.1992(01)
9445.1987(03)
9451.1991(02)
9444.1988(03)
9444.1992(02)
9445.1987(03a)
9451.1991(03)
9444.1988(05)
9444.1992(03)
9445.1987(04)
9451.1992(01)
9444.1988(06)
9444.1992(04)
9445.1987(05)
9451.1993(01)
9444.1988(07)
9444.1992(05)
9445.1987(06)
9451.1993(02)
9444.1988(09)
9444.1992(06)
9445.1989(01)
9451.1993(03)
9444.1988(10)
9444.1992(07)
9445.1989(02)
9451.1994(01)
9444.1988(11)
9444.1992(08)
9445.1992(01)
9451.1994(02)
9444.1988(12)
9444.1992(09)
9445.1992(02)
9451.1995(01)
9444.1988(13)
9444.1993(01)
9445.1993(01)
9451,1996(01)
9444.1988(14)
9444.1993(02)
9445.1993(02)
9451.1996(02)
9444.1988(15)
9444.1993(03)
9445.1993(03)
9451.1996(03)
9444.1989(02)
9444.1993(04)
9445.1993(04)
9451.1996(04)
9444.1989(02a)
9444.1993(05)
9445.1993(05)
9451.1996(05)
9444,1989(02b)
9444.1994(01)
9445.1993(06)
9451.1996(06)
9444.1989(02c)
9444.1994(02)
9445.1993(07)
9452.1984(02)
9444.1989(03)
9444.1994(03)
9445.1993(08)
9452.1984(03)
9444.1989(04)
9444.1994(04)
9445.1993(09)
9452.1985(01)
9444.1989(05)
9444.1994(05)
9445.1994(01)
9452.1985(02)
9444.1989(06)
9444.1994(06)
9445.1994(02)
9452.1986(01)
9444.1989(07)
9444.1994(07)
9445.1994(03)
9452.1986(02)
9444.1989(08)
9444.1994(08)
9445.1995(01)
9452.1986(03)
9444.1989(09)
9444.1994(09)
9451.1980(01)
9452.1987(01)
9444.1989(10)
9444.1994(10)
9451.1980(02)
9452.1987(02)
9444.1989(11)
9444.1995(01)
9451.1983(02)
9452.1989(01)
9444.1989(12)
9444.1995(02)
9451.1984(02)
9452.1989(02)
9444.1989(13)
9445.1984(01)
9451.1985(03)
9452.1990(01)
9444.1989(14)
9445.1984(02)
9451.1986(01)
9452.1991(01)
9444.1990(01)
9445.1984(03)
9451.1986(02)
9452.1993(01)
9444.1990(02)
9445.1984(05)
9451.1986(03)
9452.1993(02)
9444.1990(03)
9445.1984(06)
9451.1986(06)
9452.1993(03)
9444.1990(04)
9445.1985(01)
9451.1986(07)
9452.1996(01)
9444.1990(05)
9445.1985(02)
9451.1987(01)
9452.1996(02)
9444.1991(01)
9445.1985(03)
9451.1987(02)
9453.1982(01)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9453.1984(01)
9453.1984(02)
9453.1984(03)
9453,1985(02)
9453.1985(04)
9453.1985(05)
9453.1985(06)
9453.1986(01)
9453.1986(02)
9453.1986(03)
9453.1986(04)
9453.1986(05)
9453.1986(06)
9453.1986(07)
9453.1986(08)
9453.1987(01)
9453.1987(02)
9453.1987(03)
9453.1987(04)
9453.1987(05)
9453.1987(07)
9453.1987(08)
9453.1987(09)
9453.1988(02)
9453.1988(03)
9453.1989(01)
9453.1989(03)
9453.1989(04)
9453.1989(05)
9453.1989(07)
9453.1989(07a)
9453.1989(08)
9453.1990(01)
9453.1990(02)
9453.1990(03)
9453.1991(01)
9453.1991(02)
9453.1992(01)
9453.1993(01)
9453.1993(02)
9453.1994(01)
9454.1984(01)
9454.1986(01)
9454.1986(02)
9454.1986(05)
9454.1987(01)
9454.1994(01)
9454.1994(02)
9455.1982(01)
9455.1985(01)
9455.1986(01)
9455.1987(01)
9455.1987(02)
9455.1989(01)
9455.1991(01)
9455.1991(02)
9455.1991(03)
9455.1994(01)
9455.1995(01)
9455.1995(02)
9456.1986(01)
9456.1987(01)
9456.1992(01)
9456.1994(01)
9456.1996(01)
9456.1996(02)
9457.1987(01)
9461.1983(01)
9461.1985(01)
9461.1986(01)
9461.1987(03)
9461.1987(04)
9461.1987(05)
9461.1988(01)
9461.1989(01)
9461.1989(02)
9461.1989(03)
9461.1989(04)
9461.1990(01)
9461.1990(02)
9461.1991(01)
9461.1994(01)
9461.1994(02)
9462.1985(01)
9462.1987(02)
9462,1993(01)
9462.1994(01)
9462.1995(01)
9462.1995(02)
9462.1996(01)
9462.1996(02)
9463.1980(01)
9463.1980(02)
9470.1985(01)
9471.1983(01)
9471.1984(01)
9471.1984(02)
9471.1984(03)
9471.1984(04)
9471.1984(05)
9471.1986(01)
9471.1987(02)
9471.1988(02)
9471.1988(03)
9471.1988(04)
9471.1988(05)
9471.1988(06)
9471.1989(01)
9471,1993(01)
9472.1983(01)
9472.1983(02)
9472.1985(01)
9472.1985(02)
9472.1986(02)
9472.1986(04)
9472.1986(06)
9472.1987(01)
9472.1988(01)
9472.1991(01)
9472.1994(01)
9472.1995(01)
9474.1984(01)
9475.1984(01)
9475.1985(01)
9475.1985(02)
9475.1986(0la)
9475.1987(01)
9475.1989(01)
9475.1995(01)
9475.1995(02)
9476.00-12
9476.00-13
9476.00-14
9476.00-16
9476.00-18
9476.1983(02)
9476.1984(03)
9476.1984(04)
9476.1984(05)
9476.1985(01)
9476.1985(02)
9476.1985(03)
9476.1985(04)
9476.1985(05)
9476.1986(01)
9476.1986(01a)
9476.1986(02)
9476.1986(03)
9476.1986(04)
9476.1987(01)
9476.1987(03)
9476.1987(05)
9476.1987(07)
9476,1987(08)
9476.1988(01)
9476.1988(02a)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9476.1988(03)
9476.1988(03a)
9476.1988(04)
9476.1989(01)
9476.1989(02)
9476.1989(03)
9476.1990(01)
9476.1991(01)
9476.1991(02)
9476.1992(01)
9476.1992(02)
9476.1993(01)
9476.1993(02)
9477.00-5
9477.00-6
9477.1982(01)
9477.1982(03)
9477.1983(01)
9477.1983(02)
9477.1983(03)
9477.1983(04)
9477.1984(01)
9477.1984(02)
9477.1984(04)
9477.1984(05)
9477.1984(06)
9477.1984(07)
9477.1984(08)
9477.1984(09)
9477.1985(02)
9477.1986(01)
9477.1986(02)
9477.1986(03)
9477.1986(04)
9477.1986(05)
9477.1986(09)
9477.1986(10)
9477.1986(11)
9477.1986(12)
9477.1986(13)
9477.1986(16)
9477.1987(01)
9477.1987(03)
9477.1987(05)
9477.1987(09)
9477.1987(10)
9477.1987(11)
9477.1987(12)
9477.1988(01)
9477.1988(03)
9477.1988(04)
9477.1988(05)
9477.1988(06)
9477.1989(01)
9477.1990(01)
9477.1990(02)
9477.1993(01)
9477.1994(01)
9477.1994(02)
9477.1994(03)
9477.1994(04)
9477.1994(05)
9477.1994(06)
9480.00-14
9480.1984(01)
9480.1985(01)
9480.1985(02)
9480.1987(01)
9480.1987(02)
9480.1996(01)
9480.1996(02)
9480.1996(03)
9481.1985(01)
9481.1985(01a)
9481:1985(01b)
9481.1985(03)
9481.1985(04)
9481.1985(05)
9481.1985(06)
9481.1986(01)
9481.1986(02)
9481.1986(04)
9481.1986(06)
9481.1986(08)
9481.1986(10)
9481.1987(01)
9481.1987(02)
9481.1987(03)
9481.1987(04)
9481.1987(05)
9481.1987(06)
9481.1987(07)
9481.1988(01)
9481.1988(02)
9481.1988(03)
9481.1991(01)
9481.1992(01)
9481.1992(02)
9482.1985(01)
9482.1986(01)
9482.1993(01)
9482.1994(01)
9482.1995(01)
9483.1983(01)
9483.1983(02)
9483.1983(03)
9483.1983(04)
9483.1983(05)
9483.1984(01)
9483.1984(02)
9483.1984(03)
9483.1986(01)
9483.1986(02)
9483.1986(03)
9483.1986(04)
9483.1986(05)
9483.1986(06)
9483.1986(07)
9483.1986(08)
9483.1986(09)
9483.1986(10)
9483.1986(11)
9483.1986(12)
9483.1986(13)
9483.1987(02)
9483.1987(03)
9483.1987(04)
9483.1987(05)
9483.1987(06)
9483.1987(07)
9483.1987(08)
9483.1987(09)
9483.1987(10)
9483.1987(11)
9483.1987(12)
9483.1987(13)
9483.1987(14)
9483.1987(15)
9483.1987(16)
9483.1987(17)
9483.1987(18)
9483.1987(19)
9483.1987(20)
9483.1988(01)
9483.1988(02)
9483.1988(03)
9483.1988(04)
9483.1988(05)
9483.1988(06)
9483.1988(07)
9483.1988(08)
9483.1988(09)
9483.1988(10)
9483.1988(11)
9483.1988(12)
9483.1988(13)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9483.1988(14)
9483.1988(15)
9483.1988(16)
9483.1988(18)
9483.1989(01)
9483.1989(02)
9483.1989(03)
9483.1989(04)
9483.1989(05)
9483.1989(06)
9483.1989(07)
9483.1990(01)
9483.1990(02)
9483.1990(03)
9483.1991(01)
9483.1993(01)
9484.00-5a
9484.1984(01)
9484.1984(02)
9484.1985(01)
9484.1985(01b)
9484.1985(02)
9484.1986(01)
9484.1986(02)
9484.1986(03)
9484.1986(04)
9484.1986(05)
9484.1986(07)
9484.1986(08)
9484.1986(09)
9484.1987(01)
9484.1987(02)
9484.1987(03)
9484.1987(04)
9484.1987(05)
9484.1987(06)
9484.1987(07)
9484.1987(08)
9484.1987(09)
9484.1987(11)
9484.1987(12)
9484.1988(03)
9484.1991(01)
9484.1992(01)
9484.1994(01)
9485.1984(01)
9485.1985(01)
9486.1981(01)
9486.1985(01)
9486.1986(03)
9486.1987(01)
9486.1988(01)
9486.1988(02)
9486.1989(01)
9486.1990(01)
9487.00-1A
9487.00-2A
9487.00-8
9487.00-9
9487.1981(01)
9487.1984(01)
9487.1984(02)
9487.1984(03)
9487.1984(04)
9487.1984(05)
9487.1985(02)
9487.1985(03)
9487.1985(04)
9487.1985(04a)
9487.1985(05)
9487.1985(06)
9487.1985(08)
9487.1985(10)
9487.1986(03)
9487.1986(04)
9487.1986(07)
9487.1986(08)
9487.1986(09)
9487.1986(10)
9487.1986(11)
9487.1986(12)
9487.1986(13)
9487.1986(14)
9487.1987(01)
9487.1988(01)
9487.1993(01)
9487.1995(01)
9488.00-1A
9488.00-2
9488.00-3
9488.1985(03)
9488.1985(04)
9488.1985(07)
9488.1986(03)
9488.1986(04)
9488.1986(05)
9488.1986(10)
9488.1987(01)
9488.1987(03)
9488.1987(04)
9488.1987(09)
9488.1987(10)
9488.1988(01)
9488.1988(02)
9488.1989(01)
9488.1989(02)
9488.1989(03)
9488.1990(01)
9488.1990(02)
9488.1991(01)
9488.1991(02)
9488.1991(03)
9488.1991(04)
9488.1991(05)
9488.1992(01)
9488.1992(02)
9488.1993(01)
9489.00-2
9489.1985(01)
9489.1987(02)
9489.1988(01)
9489.1988(02)
9489.1990(01)
9489.1991(01)
9489.1991(02)
9489.1991(03)
9489.1991(04)
9489.1991(05)
9489.1992(01)
9489.1992(02)
9489.1994(01)
9489.1994(02)
9489.1995(01)
9489.1995(02)
9489.1996(01)
9489.1996(02)
9493.00-1A
9493.1985(01)
9493.1985(02)
9493.1985(03)
9493.1985(04)
9493.1985(05)
9493.1985(06)
9493.1986(01)
9493.1986(02)
9493.1986(03)
9493.1986(05)
9493.1987(01)
9493.1991(01)
9493.1991(02)
9493.1991(03)
9493.1991(04)
9493.1991(05)
9493.1993(01)
9494.1985(01)
9494.1985(02)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9494.1985(03)
9494.1986(01)
9494.1986(02)
9494.1986(03)
9494.1986(04)
9494.1986(05)
9494.1986(05a)
9494.1986(06)
9494.1987(02)
9494.1987(03)
9494.1991(01)
9494.1991(02)
9494.1991(03)
9494.1991(04)
9494.1992(01)
9494.1993(01)
9494.1994(01)
9494.1994(02)
9494.1994(03)
9495.1985(03)
9495.1986(02)
9495.1986(03)
9495.1986(04)
9495.1986(05)
9495.1986(08)
9495.1986(09)
9495.1986(13)
9495.1986(20)
9495.1986(21)
9495.1986(22)
9495.1986(28)
9495.1986(30)
9495.1987(01)
9495.1987(04)
9495.1987(05)
9495.1987(06)
9495.1988(02)
9495.1989(01)
9495.1989(02)
9495.1990(01)
9495.1990(02)
9495.1991(01)
9495.1994(01)
9496.1990(01)
9496.1991(01)
9496.1993(01)
9496.1994(01)
9497.1986(01)
9497.1986(01a)
9497.1986(02)
9497.1987(01)
9497.1987(02)
9497.1987(03)
9497.1989(01)
9497.1989(02)
9497.1989(03)
9497.1991(01)
9497.1991(02)
9497.1993(01)
9497.1994(01)
9497.1995(01)
9497.1996(01)
9498.1992(01)
9498.1992(02)
9498.1993(01)
9498.1993(02)
9498.1993(03)
9498.1993(04)
9498.1994(01)
9498.1994(02)
9498.1994(03)
9498.1994(04)
9498.1994(05)
9498.1994(06)
9498.1994(07)
9498.1994(08)
9498.1994(09)
9498.1994(10)
9498.1994(11)
9498.1994(12)
9498.1994(13)
9498.1995(01)
9498.1995(02)
9498.1996(01)
9498.1996(02)
9498.1996(03)
9498.1996(04)
9498.1996(05)
9498.1996(06)
9501.1982(01)
9501.1982(02)
9501.1984(01)
9501.1985(01)
9501.1986(01)
9501.1987(01)
9501.1987(02)
9501.1987(03)
9501.1990(01)
9502.00-2
9502.00-3
9502.00-4
9502.00-6
9502.00-7
9502.1984(01)
9502.1985(01)
9502.1985(02)
9502.1985(04)
9502.1985(05)
9502.1985(06)
9502.1985(09)
9502.1986(01)
9502.1986(01a)
9502.1986(02)
9502.1986(03)
9502.1986(04)
9502.1986(05)
9502.1986(06)
9502.1986(07)
9502.1986(07a)
9502.1986(09)
9502.1986(10)
9502.1986(11)
9502.1986(13)
9502.1986(14)
9502.1986(15)
9502.1986(16)
9502.1986(17)
9502.1986(18)
9502.1986(19)
9502.1986(20)
9502.1987(01)
9502.1987(02)
9502.1987(03)
9502.1987(04)
9502.1987(05)
9502.1987(06)
9502.1987(07)
9502.1987(08)
9502.1987(09)
9502.1987(11)
9502.1988(01)
9502.1988(02)
9502.1989(01)
9502.1989(02)
9502.1989(03)
9502.1989(04)
9502.1990(01)
9502.1990(02)
9502.1991(01)
9502.1992(01)
9502.1992(02)
9502.1993(01)
9502.1994(01)
9502.1995(01)
9502.1995(02)
9502.1995(03)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9502.1996(01)
9522.00-1
9523.1984(02)
9525.1986(06)
9502.1996(02)
9522.00-3
9523.1984(03)
9525.1986(07)
9502.1996(03)
9522.1979(01)
9523.1984(04)
9525.1988(01)
9503.1985(01)
9522.1983(02)
9523.1984(06)
9525.1988(02)
9503.1985(02)
9522.1984(01)
9523.1984(07)
9525.1989(01)
9503.1991(01)
9522.1984(02)
9523.1984(08)
9525.1990(01)
9503.1993(01)
9522.1984(03)
9523.1984(10)
9525.1990(02)
9503.50-1A
9522.1984(04)
9523.1984(11)
9525.1996(01)
9503.51-1A
9522.1985(01)
9523.1985(01)
9527.1985(01)
9503.52-1A
9522.1985(02)
9523.1985(02)
9527.1986(01)
9504.1984(01)
9522.1985(03)
9523.1985(05)
9527.1986(02)
9504.1984(02)
9522.1985(04)
9523.1986(01)
9527.1987(02)
9504.1985(01)
9522.1985(05)
9523.1986(02)
9527.1988(03)
9504.1986(01)
9522.1985(06)
9523.1986(03)
9527.1992(01)
9504.1986(02)
9522.1986(01)
9523.1986(05)
9527.1993(01)
9504.1987(01)
9522.1986(02a)
9523.1987(02)
9528.00-1
9504.1987(02)
9522.1986(03)
9523.1987(03)
9528.1982(01)
9504.1991(01) •
9522.1987(01)
9523.1988(01)
9528.1982(02)
9505.1986(01)
9522.1987(02)
9523.1991(01)
9528.1983(01)
9505.1987(01)
9522.1988(01)
9523.1993(01)
9528.1983(03)
9505.1994(01)
9522.1988(02)
9523.1994(01)
9528.1984(01)
9505.1995(01)
9522.1988(03)
9523.50-1A
9528.1985(01)
9520.1986(01)
9522.1988(04)
9524.1983(01)
9528.1985(02)
9521.1984(01)
9522.1988(05)
9524.1984(01)
9528.1985(03)
9521.1984(02)
9522.1990(01)
9524.1984(02)
9528.1985(04)
9521.1984(03)
9522.1992(01)
9524.1985(01)
9528.1985(05)
9521.1985(01)
9522.1993(01)
9524.1986(01)
9528.1985(09)
9521.1986(02)
9522.1993(02)
9524.1988(01)
9528.1985(11)
9521.1986(03)
9523.00-11
9524.1989(01)
9528.1986(01)
9521.1986(04)
9523.00-12
9524.1989(02)
9528.1986(03)
9521.1986(04a)
9523.00-14
9524.1989(03)
9528.1986(04)
9521.1986(05a)
9523.00-15
9524.1994(01)
9528.1986(06)
9521.1986(06a)
9523.00-17
9525.1982(01)
9528.1986(07)
9521.1987(01)
9523.00-18
9525.1984(01)
9528.1986(09)
9521.1988(03)
9523.1982(01)
9525.1985(01)
9528.1986(10)
9521.1990(01)
9523.1983(02)
9525.1986(01)
9528.1986(11)
9521.1991(01)
9523.1983(03)
9525.1986(02)
9528.1987(01)
9521.1991(02)
9523.1983(06)
9525.1986(04)
9528.1987(02)
9521.1994(01)
9523.1984(01)
9525.1986(05)
9528.1987(03)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9528.1987(04)
9528.1987(09)
9528.1987(10)
9528.1987(12)
9528.1987(14)
9528.1987(16)
9528.1988(02)
9528.1988(03)
9528.1988(05)
9528.1988(06)
9528.1989(11)
9528.1989(13)
9528.1990(01)
9528.1990(02)
9528.1990(03)
9528.1991(01)
9528.1991(02)
9528.1991(03)
9528.1992(01)
9528.1992(02)
9531.1993(01)
9534.1991(01)
9541.00-6
9541.1982(01)
9541.1984(04)
9541.1984(05)
9541.1984(08)
9541.1984(09)
9541.1985(01)
9541.1985(05)
9541.1985(07)
9541.1985(09)
9541.1986(04)
9541.1986(05)
9541.1986(10)
9541.1986(13)
9541.1986(14)
9541.1986(19)
9541.1986(20)
9541.1986(24)
9541.1987(01)
9541.1987(04)
9541.1987(10)
9541.1988(01)
9541.1991(01)
9542.1980(01)
9542.1980(02)
9542.1980(03)
9542.1980(04)
9542.1980(05)
9542.1981(01)
9542.1981(02)
9542.1982(01)
9542.1982(02)
9542.1982(03)
9542.1983(01)
9542.1985(01)
9543.00-1
9543.1984(01)
9551.01-01
9551.1986(03)
9551.1986(07)
9551.1986(08)
9551.1986(11)
9551.1986(15)
9551.1986(19)
9551.1986(22)
9551.1986(23)
9551.1986(24)
9551.1987(01)
9551.1987(04)
9551.1987(05)
9551.1987(06)
9551.1987(07)
9551.1987(09)
9551.1987(10)
9551.1987(12)
9551.1987(13)
9551.1987(14)
9551.1987(16)
9551.1987(19)
9551.1987(20)
9551.1987(21)
9551.1987(22)
9551.1987(23)
9551.1987(24)
9551.1988(01)
9551.1988(02)
9551.1988(03)
9551.1988(04)
9551.1988(05)
9551.1988(07)
9551.1988(08)
9551.1988(09)
9551.1988(10)
9551.1988(12)
9551.1988(13)
9551.1988(14)
9551.1988(15)
9551.1989(01)
9551.1989(02)
9551.1989(03)
9551.1989(04)
9551.1989(05)
9551.1989(06)
9551.1990(01)
9551.1990(02)
9551.1990(03)
9551.1990(04)
9551.1990(05)
9551.1990(06)
9551.1990(07)
9551.1990(08)
9551.1990(09)
9551.1990(10)
9551.1990(11)
9551.1990(12)
9551.1990(13)
9551.1990(14)
9551.1990(15)
9551.1990(16)
9551.1991(01)
9551.1991(02)
9551.1991(03)
9551.1991(04)
9551.1991(05)
9551.1991(06)
9551.1991(07)
9551.1991(08)
9551.1991(09)
9551.1991(10)
9551.1991(11)
9551.1991(12)
9551.1991(13)
9551.1991(14)
9551.1991(15)
9551.1992(01)
9551.1992(02)
9551.1993(01)
9551.1993(02)
9551.1993(03)
9551.1993(04)
9551.1994(01)
9551.1994(02)
9551.1995(01)
9551.1996(01)
9551.1996(02)
9553.1986(02)
9553.1986(03)
9553.1986(04)
9553.1987(01)
9553.1987(02)
9553.1987(03)
9553.1987(07)
9553.1987(09)
9553.1987(11)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINED IN THE
RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM
(Continued)
9553.1987(12)
9554.1990(14)
9573.00-01
9592.1996(01)
9553.1987(13)
9554.1990(15)
9573.1986(01)
9592.1996(02)
9553.1987(13a)
9554.1991(01)
9573.1987(01)
9592.1996(03)
9553.1987(14)
9554.1991(02)
9573.1990(01)
9593.1995(01)
9553.1987(15)
9554.1991(03)
9573.1990(02)
9593.1996(01)
9553.1987(16)
9554.1991(04)
9573.1991(01)

9553.1988(01)
9554.1992(01)
9573.1994(01)

9553.1988(02)
9554.1992(02)
9574.00-01

9553.1989(01)
9554.1993(01)
9574.00-02

9553.1989(02)
9554.1993(02)
9574.1985(01)

9553.1990(01)
9554.1994(01)
9574.1990(01)

9553.1993(01)
9554.1994(02)
9574.1991(01)

9553.1994(01)
' 9554.1994(03)
9581.1988(01)

9554.1986(01)
9554.1994(04)
9592.1988(01)

9554.1986(03)
9554.1994(05)
9592.1992(01)

9554.1986(04)
9554.1994(06)
9592.1992(02)

9554.1986(05)
9554.1995(01)
9592.1993(01)

9554.1987(02)
9554.1995(02)
9592.1993(02)

9554.1987(03)
9555.00-01
9592.1993(03)

9554.1988(03)
9555.1987(01)
9592.1993(04)

9554.1988(04)
9560.1985(01)
9592.1993(05)

9554.1988(05)
9561.1994(01)
9592.1993(06)

9554.1989(02)
9561.1994(02)
9592.1993(07)

9554.1989(03)
9561.1995(01)
9592.1993(08)

9554.1989(04)
9571.1985(01)
9592.1993(09)

9554.1989(05)
9571.1986(04)
9592.1994(01)

9554.1990(01)
9571.1987(01)
9592.1994(02)

9554.1990(02)
9571.1989(01)
9592.1994(03)

9554.1990(03)
9571.1989(02)
9592.1994(04)

9554.1990(04)
9571.1990(01)
9592.1994(05)

9554.1990(05)
9571.1990(02)
9592.1994(06)

9554.1990(06)
9571.1990(03)
9592.1994(07)

9554.1990(07)
9571.1990(04)
9592.1994(08)

9554.1990(08)
9571.1990(05)
9592.1994(09)

9554.1990(09)
9571.1993(01)
9592.1994(10)

9554.1990(10)
9571.1993(02)
9592.1994(11)

9554.1990(11)
9572.00-02
9592.1994(12)

9554.1990(12)
9572.1986(01)
9592.1995(01)

9554.1990(13)
9572.1988(03)
9592.1995(02)


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RCRA PERMIT POLICY COMPENDIUM USER S GUIDE
OVERVIEW
The RCRA Permit Policy Compendium is a reference for Regional and State permit writers
which consists of Headquarters' permitting policies and procedures. The Compendium
volumes include this Users' Guide, a key word index, and reference memoranda, letters,
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) Directives, and other documents
organized chronologically within subject categories.
The Compendium was originally compiled in late 1985. This updated Compendium includes
documents issued through June 30, 1996.
For these compilations, the files of EPA Headquarters Office of Solid Waste Divisions and
Branches were reviewed to identify memoranda, letters, directives, and other documents that
set forth policies and interpretations relevant to the RCRA permit program. The documents
identified as relevant were then organized, according to a system based on the structure of the
OSWER Directives System. Each document is assigned an unique number which both
categorizes the document by general topic area and identifies the year in which the document
was written. The numbering system uses the same basic categories as the OSWER Directives
System.
KEYWORD INDEX
A key word index is included in Volume 1 to assist the user in identifying and locating
relevant documents. The index, organized in alphabetical order, lists the topic and the
documents which are relevant to the topic, identified by title, document number and date. The
key word index groups related topics and cross references topics which may be relevant.
Subkey words have been identified as a means to specify groups of titles which may fall within
a broader key word category.
Summaries of documents which had been included in the original Compendium have been
deleted. Users of the original Compendium did not find them useful.
After a key word listing, there may be a "See	" or "See also	." In the "See	"
case, the documents relating to the key word have been grouped into another listing. For
example, the listing for "Absorbents" refers the user to "Liquid Waste." Similarly, the listing
for "Appeal" refers the reader to "Permit Process," but also reminds the user to "See also
'Closure'", since appeals of closure plans also may be relevant.

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As an alternative method to search for a specific memo, diskettes with the key word index on
dBase HI Plus have been included in this package. Additional information on loading,
indexing, and searching in this database can be found in Appendix I.
DOCUMENTS INCLUDED
The Compendium incorporates a wide variety of documents that may be useful to staff
working in the field of RCRA permitting. The Compendium includes relevant RCRA
permitting memoranda, letters, OSWER Directives, Regulatory Interpretive Letters (RILs),
Program Interpretation Guidelines (PIGs), RCRA Reauthorization Statutory Interpretations
(RSIs), RCRA/Superfund Hotline Monthly Status Reports and Summaries of Permit Assistance
Team (PAT) Comments. Although the Compendium includes RILs, PIGs, RSIs, and PATs
from the previous years, the Office of Solid Waste no longer issues these documents.
Documents that are internal Headquarters correspondence or express preliminary thoughts or
comments were not included in the Compendium. Only those documents providing a clear
interpretation of Agency policy or procedures have been compiled.
ORGANIZATION
The RCRA Permit Policy Compendium volumes include this Users' Guide, a key word index,
and memoranda, letters, and other documents organized chronologically within subject
categories. The source documents include all documents issued through June 30, 1996.
OSWER Directives are the first documents in any section. They are ordered chronologically
as well.
There are 13 volumes in this reference document:
Volume Broad Subject
Number Document Reference Numbers 	Categories
1
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User's Guide, Key Word Index
2
- 9420.1980-9441.1984
Hazardous Waste Management System,


Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
3
- 9441.1985-9441.1989
Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste


(cont'd)
4
- 9441.1990-9441.1996
Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste


(cont'd)
5
- 9442.1980-9444.1986
Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste


(cont'd)
6
- 9444.1987-9457.1996
Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
(cont'd), Generator Standards
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7
9460.1980-9482.1996
Transporters Standards, TSDF Administrative
Requirements, TSDF Technical Requirements
TSDF Technical Requirements (cont'd)
TSDF Technical Requirements (cont'd),
Management of Specific Hazardous Wastes
Permitting Policies, Permitting Procedures
Permitting Procedures (cont'd)
Air Emissions, State Authorization, Land Disposal
Restrictions
Land Disposal Restrictions (cont'd), Waste
Minimization, Subtitle D, RCRA Grant Funds,
Miscellaneous
8
9
9483.1980-9486.1986
9486.1987-9498.1996
10
11
12
9500.1980-9522.1996
9523.1980-9528.1996
9530.1980-9551.1991
13
9551.1992-9593.1996
NUMBERING SYSTEM
All source documents are identified by a reference number in the upper right hand corner of
the page. The document reference number is also in the key word index. This reference
numbering system is designed to be consistent with the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
Response (OSWER) Directives System which generally follows the organizational structure of
the Code of Federal Regulations.
Each document reference number consists of four digits preceding a decimal point and
additional alpha/numeric characters following the decimal point. The basic form used for
numbering the Compendium documents is illustrated below:
9999 = Subject category number
1986 = Year document was issued
(09) = Chronological number within the year of issue and the subject category.
This document would be the ninth document of 1986 in the subject category 9999.
Subject Category Prefix
The first four digits of the document reference number indicate the subject category
into which the document has been classified, based on the structure of the RCRA
regulations including Subtitles C, D and J. Each subject category refers to a subsection
of the RCRA regulations or relevant statutory issue (such as Waste Minimization).
Thus, a document is assigned a four digit category number based on the sub-section of
9999.1986(09)
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the regulations or the issue which is addressed in the document. Appendix II of this
Users' Guide lists the subject category numbers and identifies, if appropriate, the 40
CFR Part or Subpart associated with each number. As demonstrated in Appendix II,
there are a number of sections within the OSWER Directives that are "Reserved."
These sections correspond to regulations which do not exist at this time.
All documents assigned to the same category are located together in the reference
volumes under the appropriate category number. Within each subject category,
documents are ordered chronologically.
Document Specific Suffix
The alpha/numeric characters found after the decimal point in the document reference
number indicate the year and, within that year, the chronological order in which the
document was issued.
ADDENDUM DOCUMENTS
Included in each update is a series of addendums to the Compendium. These documents are
the reference materials which have been produced since the last update. They should be
inserted in the back of the appropriate section of the Compendium.
DELETED REFERENCE DOCUMENTS AND SUMMARIES
Since the original compilation of the Compendium, a number of documents have been deleted
because they are now out-of-date or they were replaced by a more recent document. As a
result, there are some gaps in the chronological numbering sequence of the documents and
summaries.
INSERTED REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
Since the original compilation of the Compendium, a number of documents have been
identified as missing from the Compendium. As these documents are identified, they will be
included in die next Compendium Update. They should be inserted into their appropriate
location within the Compendium.

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LOCATING INFORMATION
The Compendium is a reference tool that can be used in two ways, depending on the needs of
the user. Information may be found referring to individual subject category sections or by
using the key word index.
In reviewing individual subject categories, the user will find all of the documents concerning a
specific subject. Alternatively, by referring to the key word index, the user may locate the
exact document of interest without reviewing all of the documents in the category. As noted
earlier, the key word index also serves to remind the user of other topics which may be
relevant to the particular issue in question. Appendix III contains the list of available key
word and subkey words located in the key word index.
Asterisks
The document titles preceded by an asterisk in the key word index are the
RCRA/Superfund Hotline Monthly summaries. They are marked with an asterisk to
clearly differentiate them from the letters and memoranda.

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DISCLAIMER
The compilation of documents in this Compendium, as well as the policies, procedures and
interpretations outlined in the documents themselves, is intended solely for the guidance of
employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. This compilation may not include
all documents discussing Agency views on particular subjects. In addition, these documents
are not intended and cannot be relied upon to create any rights, substantive or procedural,
enforceable by any party in litigation with the United States. The views expressed in these
documents do not necessarily reflect the current position of the Agency, and EPA reserves the
right to act at variance with these views or to change them at any time without public notice.
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Loading and Using the Key Word Index on dBase III Plus
The key word index has been divided into two database files due to size. These files should be
merged and saved on the computer hard drive to allow the entire document to be indexed and
searched. The following instructions will allow the user to load, retrieve, and merge the files
together and save the files as one file on the computer hard drive.
Loading
Insert the disk labelled COMP2.DBF into the disk drive.
At the prompt, type:
copy [source drive] COMP2.DBF to [target drive\target directory]
Enter dBase III+. Typically, this is done by typing either "dBase" or "db" at the prompt.
The dBase HI+ system will display a copyright screen and then prompt the user to continue by
pressing the [ENTER] key. The default drive and directory must now be set to retrieve the
COMP2.DBF file.
Retrieving
1.	Press the [ESC] key at the dBase HI + menu to access the dBase dot prompt.
2.	Set the default drive and directory: at the dot prompt, type
set directory to [default drive]\[default directory]
3.	Retrieve the COMP2.DBF file: at the dot prompt, type
use comp2.dbf
The COMP2.DBF file has now been retrieved and is currently open. The COMP1.DBF file
must now be merged with the COMP2.DBF file.

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Merging
1. Merge the C0MP1 .DBF file with the COMP2.DBF file: at the dot prompt, type
append from [source drive] compl.dbf
The APPEND command adds the records in the COMP1.DBF file to the COMP2.DBF file.
Thus, COMP2.DBF becomes the file name for the entire key word index located on the
default hard drive\directory. The key word index file (COMP2.DBF) can now be indexed or
searched in its entirety.
Indexing
dBase HI+ is a management system which allows the user to organize and manipulate data.
When the COMP2.DBF file is retrieved without indexing, the data records are in the same
order in which the data were originally entered or appended. To readily manipulate the data,
the file must be indexed. The following instructions will index the file as it appears in the key
word index of Volume 1.
1.	Index the COMP2.DBF file: at the dot prompt, type
index on substr(KEYWORD, 1,25)+
substr(SUBKE YW ORD, 1,25)+
substr(TITLE, 1,30) to KEY.NDX
The COMP2.DBF file will index to 100% and an index file (KEY.NDX) will be
created.
2.	Press the [F2] key to return to the dBase III -f- menu.
The COMP2.DBF file is now indexed and the user can browse through the file in the manner
in which it is presented in Volume 1.

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Searching
dBase IH+ allows the user to search for particular data elements within a file. Therefore, if
the user knows the date of a memo, the COMP2.DBF file can be searched for all of the
memos written on that specific date. Searches can be conducted for each of the data fields
within COMP2.DBF (e.g., KEYWORD, SUBKEYWORD, ©NUMBER, TITLE and
DOCDATE). The following instructions indicate how to search for specific documents.
1.	Highlight RETRIEVE option from the dBase III+ menu
2.	Select DISPLAY
3.	Select BUILD A SEARCH CONDITION
4.	Select a COMP2.DBF file Field Name: options include KEYWORD,
SUBKEYWORD, ©NUMBER, TITLE, and DOCDATE (e.g., select DOCDATE)
5.	Select a logical operator: options include = EQUAL TO, < =LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO, < LESS THAN, > GREATER THAN, > = GREATER THAN OR
EQUAL TO, and < >NOT EQUAL TO (e.g., select = EQUAL TO) .
6.	At the prompt, enter a search value (e.g., enter 10/02/91)
7.	Select a logical operator for the FOR clause: options include NO MORE
CONDITIONS, COMBINE WITH .AND., and COMBINE WITH .OR. (e.g., select
NO MORE CONDITIONS)
8.	Select EXECUTE COMMAND
The system will now display the record numbers and the associated data for each document
dated 10/02/91.
For more information on data manipulation, indexing, and searching, consult a dBase HI +
Reference Book.

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APPENDIX D
Subject Category Numbering System

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9400.00
GENERAL OSW POLICY AND PROCEDURES
9410.00	RESERVED
9420.00	RESERVED
9430.00	HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (Part 260)
9431.00	GENERAL (Subpart A)
9432.00	DEFINITIONS (Subpart B)
9433.00	RULEMAKING PETITIONS (Subpart C)
9434.00	OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES
9435.00-	RESERVED
9439.00
9440.00	IDENTIFICATION AND LISTING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
(Part 261)
9441.00	GENERAL (Subpart A)
9442.00	CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFYING THE CHARACTERISTICS OF
HAZARDOUS WASTE AND LISTING HAZARDOUS WASTES
(Subpart B)
9443.00	CHARACTERISTICS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
(Subpart C)
9444.00	LISTS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE (Subpart D)
9445.00	APPENDICES
9446.00-	RESERVED
9449.00
9450.00	GENERATOR STANDARDS (Part 262)
9451.00	GENERAL (Subpart A)
9452.00	MANIFEST (Subpart B)
9453.00	PRE-TRANSPORT REQUIREMENTS (Subpart C)
9454.00	RECORDKEEPING AND REPORTING (Subpart D)
9455.00	EXPORTS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE (Subpart E)
9456.00	IMPORTS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE (Subpart F)
9457.00-	RESERVED
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9460.00	TRANSPORTER STANDARDS (Part 263)
9461.00	GENERAL STANDARDS (Subpart A)
9462.00	COMPLIANCE WITH THE MANIFEST,
RECORDKEEPING, AND REPORTING (Subpart B)
9463.00	HAZARDOUS WASTE DISCHARGES (Subpart C)
9464.00-	RESERVED
9469.00
9470,00	TSDF ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS (Parts 264 and 265)
9471.00	GENERAL (Subpart A)
9472.00	GENERAL FACILITY STANDARDS (Subpart B)
9473.00	PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION (Subpart C)
9474.00	CONTINGENCY PLAN AND EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES (Subpart D)
9475.00	MANIFEST SYSTEM, RECORDKEEPING AND
REPORTING (Subpart E)
9476.00	CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE (Subpart G)
9477.00	FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
(Subpart H)
9478.00-	RESERVED
9479.00
9480.00	TSDF TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (Parts 264 and 265)
9481.00	GROUND WATER PROTECTION STANDARDS
(Subpart F)
9482.00	CONTAINERS (Subpart I)
9483.00	TANKS (Subpart J)
9484.00	SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS (Subpart K)
9485.00	WASTE PILES (Subpart L)
9486.00	LAND TREATMENT (Subpart M)
9487.00	LANDFILLS (Subpart N)
9488.00	INCINERATORS (Subpart 0)
9489.00	MISCELLANEOUS UNITS (Part 264, Subpart X, Part 265,
Subparts P, Q and R)
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9490.00
STANDARDS FOR MANAGING SPECIFIC HAZARDOUS WASTES
AND SPECIFIC TYPES OF FACILITIES (Part 266)
9491.00
9492.00
9493.00
9494.00
9495.00
9496.00
9497.00
9498.00
9499.00
9500.00
9501.00
9502.00
9503.00
9504.00
9505.00
9506.00-
9509.00
9510.00
9520.00
9521.00
9522.00
9523.00
9524.00
9525.00
9526.00
9527.00
9528.00'
9529.00
SUBPART A (RESERVED)
SUBPART B (RESERVED)
RECYCLABLE MATERIALS USED IN A MANNER
CONSTITUTING DISPOSAL (Subpart C)
HAZARDOUS WASTE BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
(Subpart D)
USED OIL BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY (Subpart E)
RECYCLABLE MATERIALS USED FOR PRECIOUS METAL
RECOVERY (Subpart F)
SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES BEING RECLAIMED
(Subpart G)
BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES (Subpart H)
RESERVED
PERMITTING POLICIES
PERMITTING PRIORITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION
SPECIAL PERMITTING UNIVERSE
COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN PERMITTING ACTIVITIES
RESERVED
RESERVED
PERMITTING PROCEDURES (Parts 124 and 270)
GENERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (Part 124, Subpart A)
GENERAL INFORMATION (Part 270, Subpart A)
PERMIT APPLICATION (Part 270, Subpart B)
PERMIT CONDITIONS (Part 270, Subpart C)
CHANGES TO PERMITS (Part 270, Subpart D)
EXPIRATION AND CONTINUATION OF PERMITS (Part 270,
Subpart E)
SPECIAL FORMS OF PERMITS (Part 270, Subpart F)
INTERIM STATUS (Part 270, Subpart G)
RESERVED
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9530.00
9531.00
9532.00
9533.00
9534.00
9535.00-
9539.00
9540.00
9541.00
9542.00
9543.00
9544.00-
9549.00
9550.00
9551.00
9552.00
9553.00
9554.00
9555.00
9556.00-
9559.00
9560.00
9561.00
9562.00-
9569.00
9570.00
9571.00
9572,00
9573.00
9574.00
AIR EMISSION STANDARDS FOR OWNERS AND OPERATORS
OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TSDFs
GENERAL (Subpart A)
RESERVED
RESERVED
EQUIPMENT LEAKS AND PROCESS VENTS (Subpart C)
RESERVED
STATE AUTHORIZATION (Part 271)
FINAL AUTHORIZATION (Subpart A)
INTERIM AUTHORIZATION (Subpart B)
ASSESSMENT OF STATE CAPABILITIES
RESERVED
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS (Part 268)
GENERAL (Subpart A)
RESERVED
PROHIBITION ON LAND DISPOSAL WASTE SPECIFIC
PROHIBITIONS GROUP (Subpart C)
TREATMENT STANDARDS (Subpart D)
PROHIBITIONS ON STORAGE (Subpart E)
RESERVED
WASTE MINIMIZATION
POLICY STATEMENTS
RESERVED
SUBTITLE D
MINING WASTES
STATE PROGRAMS
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE	?
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9575.00-
9579.00
RESERVED
9580.00
9581.00
9582.00
9583.00-
9589.00
9590.00
9591.00
9592.00
9593.00
9594.00-
9599.00
ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTIVES
RCRA GRANT FUNDS
CORRESPONDENCE
RESERVED
MISCELLANEOU S
MEDICAL WASTE (Subtitle J)
USED OIL (Part 279)
UNIVERSAL WASTES (Part 273)
RESERVED

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List of Key Words and Subkey Words

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KEY WORD LIST
ABSORBENTS (see Liquid Waste)
ACCUMULATION (see Generators; see also Tank System)
ACL (see Alternate Concentration Limit, Groundwater Monitoring)
ACTIVE INGREDIENT (see Listed Hazardous Waste under Sole Active Ingredient)
ACTIVE/INACTIVE FACILITY (see Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities)
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER (see Enforcement, Corrective Action)
AEROSOL CANS (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
AGRICULTURAL WASTE (see also Exclusions)
•	FIFRA
•	Pesticides
AIR EMISSIONS
•	Subpart CC
AIRBAGINFLATORS (see Listed Hazardous Waste under Commercial Chemical Products)
ALTERNATE CONCENTRATION LIMIT (ACL) (see Groundwater Monitoring; see also
Appendix VIE)
ANALYTIC METHODS (see also Appendix VIII, Appendix IX, SW-846)
•	Detection Limits
•	Laboratory Analysis
•	Sample Analysis
•	Sampling
•	Sampling Plan
ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT (see Tank System)
API SEPARATOR SLUDGE (see also Petroleum Refinery Wastes, Sludge, Wastewater)
APPEALS (see Permit Process; see also Closure Process)
APPENDIX DC (see also Appendix VIII, Groundwater Monitoring)
•	Skinner List
APPENDIX VIII (see also ACL, Analytic Methods, Appendix IX, Groundwater Monitoring,
Hazardous Constituents, Sampling)
AQUEOUS WASTE (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
AQUIFER (see Groundwater Monitoring)
AREA OF CONTAMINATION (AOC) (see Corrective Action)
ASBESTOS (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
ASSESSMENT MONITORING (see Groundwater Monitoring)
ATOMIC ENERGY ACT (AEA) (see Mixed Waste)
AUTHORIZED STATES (see State Authorization)
BAGHOUSE DUST (see Incineration, Sludge, Scrubber)
BALLAST FLUID (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
BATTERIES (see Solid Waste, Hazardous Waste Identification)
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BDAT (see Best Demonstrated Available Technology, Land Disposal Restrictions)
BEST DEMONSTRATED AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGY (BDAT) (see Land Disposal
Restrictions)
BEVILL EXCLUSION (AMENDMENT) (see Mining Waste under Bevill Amendment)
BIENNIAL REPORTS (see Generators)
BIF RULE (see Incineration)
BEFs (see Boiler and Industrial Furnaces)
BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT (see Treatment)
BLASTING CAPS (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
BLENDING AND BURNING (see Burning and Blending)
BOILER (see Incineration)
BOILER SLAG (see Mining Waste)
BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES (BIFs)
•	Continuous Emissions Monitors
•	Performance Standards
•	Sham Recycling
BOND RATINGS (see Financial Responsibility)
BULK LIQUIDS (see Land Disposal Restrictions, Liquid Waste)
BURNING AND BLENDING (see also Incineration, Used Oil)
•	Burning Hazardous Waste Fuel
BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL (see Burning and Blending)
BY-PRODUCT (see Solid Waste, Mixed Waste)
CALIFORNIA LIST (see Land Disposal Restrictions)
CAPABILITY ASSESSMENTS (see State Authorization)
CAPACITY (see Siting)
CARBON FILTERS (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
CASE-BY-CASE EXTENSION (see Land Disposal Restrictions)
CEMENT KILN (see Incineration; see also Hazardous Waste Fuels)
CEMs (see Continuous Emissions Monitors)
CERCLA (SUPERFUND) (see RCRA/CERCLA Interface)
CERCLA/RCRA INTERFACE (see RCRA/CERCLA Interface)
CERTIFICATION (see also Closure, Generators, Post-Closure, Waste Minimization)
CHANGE DURING INTERIM STATUS (see Interim Status Process)
CHANGING FEDERAL REGULATIONS (see State Authorization)
CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE (see also SW-846, Listed Hazardous Waste,
Hazardous Waste Identification)
•	Aqueous Waste
•	Blasting Caps
•	Corrosive Wastes
•	Dilution
•	EP Toxicity
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I	* Explosive Wastes
^	• Flammable
•	Ignitability
•	Lead
•	Reactive Wastes
•	TCLP
•	Toxicity
CHEMICAL DEODORANTS (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
CHEMICAL STABILIZATION (see Treatment)
CHLORINATION TANK (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
CHROMIUM (see Exclusions)
CIVIL ENFORCEMENT (see Enforcement; see also Compliance)
CLEAN AIR ACT (see also Incineration, Used Oil, TSDFs)
CLEAN CLOSURE (see Closure Process)
CLEAN WATER ACT (see also Exclusions)
•	NPDES Facilities
•	Wastewater
CLEANUP STANDARDS (see Corrective Action)
CLOSURE (see Interim Status Process)
CLOSURE PLAN (see Closure Process)
CLOSURE PROCESS (see also Interim Status Process, Post-Closure, TSDFs)
•	Clean Closure
•	Closure Plan
•	Closure Requirements
•	Closure Standards
•	Partial Closure
•	Permitting
•	Public Participation
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS (see Closure Process)
CLOSURE STANDARDS (see Closure Process)
COAL (See Mining Waste)
COAL TAR/COKE (see also Hazardous Waste Fuels)
COLLECTION PROGRAMS (see Household Hazardous Waste)
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
COMPATIBILITY (see also Containers, Liners, Minimum Technological Requirements,
Tank System)
COMPLIANCE (see also Enforcement, Interim Status Process)
•	Inspections
COMPLIANCE MONITORING (see Groundwater Monitoring)
COMPLIANCE SCHEDULES (see also Corrective Action, Enforcement, State Authorization)
COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
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CONDITIONALLY EXEMPT SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR (see Generators)
CONSTRUCTION (see also Interim Status Process)
•	New Unit
CONTAINED-IN (see also Hazardous Waste Identification)
CONTAINERS
•	Empty
CONTAINMENT (see Secondary Containment)
CONTAINMENT BUILDINGS
CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER (see Hazardous Waste Identification, Corrective
Action)
CONTAMINATED MEDIA (see Hazardous Waste Identification Rule)
CONTAMINATED SOIL (see Hazardous Waste Identification, Corrective Action)
CONTINGENCY PLAN
•	Spills
CONTINUING RELEASES (see Corrective Action)
CONTINUOUS EMISSIONS MONITORS (see Boilers and Industiral Furnaces)
CORPORATE GUARANTEE (see Financial Responsibility)
CORRECTIVE ACTION (see also Groundwater Monitoring,
Enforcement, Interim Status Process, Permit Conditions)
•	Administrative Order
•	Area of Contamination (AOC)
•	Cleanup Standards
•	Contaminated Groundwater
•	Contaminated Soil
•	Continuing Releases
•	Corrective Action Management Unit
•	RCRA Facility Assessment (RFA)
•	Regulated Unit
•	Release
•	Remediation
•	Solid Waste Management Units (SWMUs)
•	Voluntary Cleanups
CORRECTIVE ACTION MANAGEMENT UNIT (See Corrective Action)
CORROSIVE WASTES (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
COST (see Financial Responsibility)
COST ESTIMATES (see Financial Responsibility)
COVER DESIGN (see Final Cover)
CREOSOTE (see Wood Treatment, Hazardous Waste Identification)
CYANIDE (see Hazardous Waste Identification; see also SW-846)
DATA
•	Noncompliance
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DE MINIMIS (see also Listed Hazardous Waste)
DEADLINES (see Permit Process; see also State Authorization)
DEFINITION (see Solid Waste, Hazardous Waste Identification, Listed Hazardous Waste,
Regulated Unit, Treatment)
DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY (see Permit Process)
DELISTING (see also Appendix VUI, Appendix IX, Hazardous Waste Identification,
Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
•	Temporary Exclusion
•	VHS Model
DENIAL (see Permit Process under Permit Denial)
DENTAL AMALGAM (see Scrap Metal)
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD) (see Federal Facilities)
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DOE) (see Federal Facilities; see also Mixed Waste)
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) (see Generators, Transporters)
DERIVED-FROM RULE (see also Mixture Rule)
•	Residue
DESTRUCTION REMOVAL EFFICIENCY (DRE) (see Incineration)
DETECTION LIMITS (see Analytic Methods)
DETECTION MONITORING (see Groundwater Monitoring)
DEBUTYLIN DIFLUORIDE (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
DILUTION (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste; see also Land Disposal Restrictions)
DIOXIN (see also Listed Hazardous Waste, Land Disposal Restrictions, RCRA/CERCLA
Interface)
DISCARDED MATERIALS (see Solid Waste; see also Land Disposal
Restrictions, RCRA/CERCLA Interface)
DISCHARGE (see Wastewater; see also Spills)
DISPOSAL (see also Land Disposal Facilities, Land Disposal Restrictions, Recycle, TSDFs)
DO-IT-YOURSELFERS (DIYERS) (see Used Oil)
DOD (see Department of Defense, Federal Facilities)
DOE (see Department of Energy, Federal Facilities)
DOT (see Department of Transportation, Generators; see also Transporters
DOUBLE LINER (see Minimum Technological Requirements)
DRE (see Incineration under Destruction Removal Efficiency)
DREDGED SEDIMENTS (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
DRILLING FLUIDS (see Energy Exploration Wastes)
DRINKING WATER
DRIP PADS
DRUM SHREDDING UNIT (see Treatment)
DUST
DUST SUPPRESSION (see also HSWA, Disposal, Used Oil)
ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE (see Hazardous Waste Identification, Incineration)
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ELECTROPLATING (see also Listed Hazardous Waste, Solvents)
•	Pickle Liquor
•	Zinc Plating
ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS (see Exclusions)
EMERGENCY PERMIT
EMISSION CONTROL WASTES (see Sludge)
EMPTY (see Containers, Tank System)
ENERGY EXPLORATION WASTES (see also Mining Waste)
•	Drilling Fluids
ENFORCEMENT (see also Compliance)
•	Administrative Order
•	Civil Enforcement
•	Enforcement Action
ENFORCEMENT ACTION (see Enforcement)
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS
EP TOXICITY (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
EPA I.D. NUMBER (see also Generators, Transporters, TSDFs, Notification)
•	Identification
•	Identification Numbers
EQUIVALENCY (see Test Methods)
EXCLUSIONS (see also Agricultural Waste, Hazardous Waste Identification, Recycle, Solid
Waste, Wastewater)
•	Chromium
•	Elementary Neutralization Units
•	Exemption
•	Filter Press
•	Fossil Fuels
•	Gaseous Emissions
•	Mining Waste
•	Totally Enclosed Treatment Units
EXEMPTION (see Exclusions)
EXPANSIONS (see Permit Conditions; see also Interim Status Process)
EXPLORATION WASTE (see Mining Waste under Energy Exploration Waste)
EXPLOSIVE WASTES (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE (see also Transporters, Manifest)
EXPOSURE INFORMATION (see Risk Assessment)
EXTENSION (see also Land Disposal Restrictions)
F-WASTES (see Listed Hazardous Waste, Hazardous Waste Identification, Regulated Unit)
FACILITY (see TSDFs)
FACILITY MANAGEMENT PLAN
FEDERAL FACILITIES
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•	DOD
•	DOE
•	Inventory
•	Open Burning/Open Detonation (OB/OD)
FERROUS METALS (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
FIFRA (see Agricultural Waste)
FILTER PRESS (see Exclusions)
FINAL COVER (see also Closure)
FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (see also Closure Process, Post-Closure)
•	Bond Ratings
•	Corporate Guarantee
•	Cost
•	Cost Estimates
•	Insurance
•	Liability
•	Liability Coverage
FLAMMABLE (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT
FOOD PROCESSING WASTE (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
FORMALDEHYDE (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
FOSSIL FUELS (see Mining Waste, Exclusions)
FREE LIQUIDS (see Land Disposal Restrictions, Paint Filter Test; see also SW-846)
FREON (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
FUEL (see Hazardous Waste Fuels, Used Oil)
FURNACE (see Incineration)
GAS CONDENSATE (see Land Disposal Facilities)
GAS PROCESSING WASTES
GASEOUS EMISSIONS (see Exclusions)
GENERATORS (see also Hazardous Waste Identification, Import, Export of Hazardous
Waste)
•	Accumulation
•	Biennial Reports
•	Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators
•	DOT
•	Manifest
•	Small Quantity Generator
•	Universities
GEOLOGIC REPOSITORIES (see Subpart X, Land Disposal Facilities)
GROUNDWATER MONITORING (see also Post-Closure)
•	Alternate Concentration Limit (ACL)
•	Aquifer
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•	Assessment Monitoring
•	Compliance Monitoring
•	Detection Monitoring
•	Groundwater Standards
•	Hydrogeological Data
•	Monitoring
•	Student's T Test
•	Unsaturated Zone Monitoring
•	VHS Model
•	Well Construction
GROUNDWATER STANDARDS (see Groundwater Monitoring)
GUIDANCE
HAZARDOUS AND SOLID WASTE AMENDMENTS (HSWA) (see also Corrective
Action, Delisting, Joint Permitting, Land Disposal Restrictions, Leachate Collection)
•	HSWA Provisions
HAZARDOUS CONSTITUENTS (see also Appendix VIII, Appendix IX, Corrective Action,
Delisting)
HAZARDOUS WASTE COMBUSTOR (see Incineration)
HAZARDOUS WASTE FUELS (see also Burning and Blending, Incineration, Used Oil)
•	Fuel
•	Waste-Derived Fuel
•	Waste-as-Fuel
HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION (see also Characteristic Hazardous Waste,
Listed Hazardous Waste)
•	Aerosol Cans
•	Asbestos
•	Ballast Fluid
•	Batteries
•	Carbon Filters
•	Chemical Deodorants
•	Compressed Gas Cylinders
•	Contained-In
•	Contaminated Groundwater
•	Contaminated Soil
•	Creosote
•	Cyanide
•	Definition
•	Dibutyltin Difluoride
•	Dredged Sediments
•	Electric Arc Furnace
•	F-Wastes
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•	Ferrous Metals
•	Food Processing Waste
•	Formaldehyde
•	Freon
•	High Tech Wastes
•	Iron Sponge
•	Manufacturing Process Units
•	Mercury
•	Metals
•	Munitions
•	Oily Waste
•	Paint Waste
•	Phosphate Wastes
•	Process Wastes
•	Regulated Wastes
•	Smelting Waste
•	Soil
•	TCLP
•	TNT
•	Toxicity
HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION RULE (HWIR)
•	Contaminated Media
HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTATION (see Import)
HEALTH AND SAFETY
HEALTH ASSESSMENTS (see Risk Assessment)
HIGH TECH WASTES (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (see also Subtitle D)
•	Collection Programs
HOUSEHOLD WASTES (see Solid Waste)
HSWA (see Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments)
HSWA PROVISIONS (see Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments)
HWIR (see Hazardous Waste Identification Rule)
HYDROGEOLOGICAL DATA (see Groundwater Monitoring)
IDENTIFICATION (see EPA I.D. Number)
IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS (see EPA I.D. Number)
IGNITABILITY (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
IMPORT (see also Generators, Transporters)
•	Hazardous Waste Importation
INCINERATION (see also Subpart X under Thermal Treatment)
•	Baghouse Dust
•	BIF Rule
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•	Boiler
•	Cement Kiln
•	Destruction Removal Efficiency (DRE)
•	Electric Arc Furnace
•	Furnace
•	Hazardous Waste Combustor
•	Hazardous Waste Fuels
•	Incinerator Residue
•	Incinerators
•	Industrial Furnace
•	Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Standards
•	POHCs
•	Scrubber Water
•	System Removal Efficiency (SRE)
•	Trial Burn
•	Waste Burning
INCINERATOR RESIDUE (see Incineration)
INCINERATORS (see Incineration)
INCOMPLETE PART B'S (see Permit Application)
INDUSTRIAL FURNACE (see Incineration)
INSPECTIONS (see Compliance)
INSURANCE (see Financial Responsibility)
INTERIM AUTHORIZATION (see State Authorization)
INTERIM STATUS PROCESS (see also Construction)
•	Change During Interim Status
•	Closure
•	Corrective Action
•	Loss of Interim Status
•	Obtaining Interim Status
•	Protective Filers
INVENTORY (see Federal Facilities)
IRON FOUNDRY WASTE (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
IRON SPONGE (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
JOINT PERMITTING (see State Authorization, Permit Process)
K-WASTES (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
LABORATORY ANALYSIS (see Analytic Methods)
LABORATORY WASTES
LAND BAN (see Land Disposal Restrictions under Land Disposal Ban)
LAND DISPOSAL (see Land Disposal Facilities)
LAND DISPOSAL BAN (see Land Disposal Restrictions)
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LAND DISPOSAL FACILITIES (see also Closure, Post-Closure, Minimum Technological
Requirements, Land Disposal Restrictions, Surface Impoundment)
•
Gas Condensate
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Geologic Repositories
•
Land Disposal
•
Land Treatment
•
Landfill
•
Landfill Gas
•
Waste Piles
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
•
BDAT
•
Bulk Liquids
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California List
•
Case-by-Case Extension
•
Free Liquids
•
Land Disposal Ban
•
National Variance
•
No-Migration Variance
•
Notification
•
Treatment Standards
LAND TREATMENT (see Land Disposal Facilities)
LANDFILL (see Land Disposal Facilities)
LANDFILL GAS (see Land Disposal Facilities)
LARGE VOLUME WASTE (see Mining Waste)
LEACHATE (see also Appendix VIII)
LEACHATE COLLECTION/DETECTION SYSTEM (see Minimum Technological
Requirements)
LEAD (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
LEAK DETECTION (see Secondary Containment)
LEAKAGE (see Secondary Containment)
LIABILITY (see Financial Responsibility)
LIABILITY COVERAGE (see Financial Responsibility)
LINERS (see Minimum Technological Requirements; see also Land Disposal Facilities)
LIQUID WASTE (see also Land Disposal Restrictions, Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
•	Absorbents
•	Bulk Liquids
•	Non-Hazardous Liquids
LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE (see also Solid Waste, Delisting, Characteristic Hazardous
Waste, Hazardous Waste Identification, Dioxin)
•	Chlorination Tank
•	Commercial Chemical Products
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•	Definition
•	F-Wastes
•	Iron Foundry Waste
•	K-Wastes
•	Off-Specification
•	P-Wastes
•	Sole Active Ingredient
•	Steel Foundries
•	Toluene
•	U-Wastes
•	Wastewater Treatment Sludge
LOCATION (see Siting)
LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS (see Interim Status Process; see also Permit Process)
LOW LEVEL WASTE (see Mixed Waste)
MACT STANDARDS (see Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Standards)
MAJOR HANDLERS
MANAGEMENT STANDARDS (see Used Oil)
MANIFEST (see Generators; see also Transporters, DOT, Waste Minimization)
MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
MARKETER (see Used Oil)
MAXIMUM ACHIEVABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY (MACT) STANDARDS (see
Incineration)
MERCURY (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
METALS (see also Hazardous Waste Identification)
MINERAL PROCESSING (see also Mining Waste)
MINIMUM SHELL THICKNESS (see Tank System)
MINIMUM TECHNOLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS (MTR) (see also Compatibility, HSWA,
Release, Surface Impoundment, Land Disposal, TSDFs)
•	Double Liner
•	Leachate Collection/Detection System
•	Liners
•	Retrofit
MINING WASTE (see also Exclusions)
•	Bevill Amendment
•	Boiler Slag
•	Coal
•	Energy Exploration Waste
•	Fossil Fuels
•	Large Volume Waste
MISCELLANEOUS UNITS (see Subpart X)
MIXED RADIOACTIVE WASTES (see Mixed Waste)
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MIXED RADIOACTIVE/RADIOACTIVE WASTES (see Mixed Waste)
MIXED WASTE
•	Atomic Energy Act (AEA)
•	By-Product
•	Low Level Waste
•	Mixed Radioactive Wastes
•	Mixed Radioactive/Radioactive Wastes
•	NRC
MIXTURE RULE (see also Derived-firom-Rule)
MOBILE TREATMENT UNITS (see also Permit Process, Permit Conditions)
MODELS
MODIFICATIONS (see Permit Process under Permit Modification)
MONITORING (see Groundwater Monitoring)
MORE STRINGENT/BROADER IN SCOPE (see State Authorization)
MUNICIPAL LANDFILL (see also Solid Waste)
•	Sanitary Landfill
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION (see also Incineration)
MUNITIONS (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
NATIONAL VARIANCE (see Land Disposal Restrictions)
NATURAL GAS
NEW UNIT (see Construction)
NO-MIGRATION VARIANCE (see Land Disposal Restrictions)
NONCOMPLIANCE (see Data)
NONHAZARDOUS LIQUIDS (see Liquid Waste)
NOTIFICATION (see also Burning and Blending, EPA I.D. Number, Land Disposal
Restrictions) (see Universal Wastes)
NPDES FACILITIES (see Clean Water Act, Wastewater)
NRC (see Mixed Waste)
OB/OD (see Subpart X under Open Burning/Open Detonation)
OBTAINING INTERIM STATUS (see Interim Status Process)
OFF-SITE FACILITIES
OFF-SPECIFICATION (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
OILY WASTE (see also Hazardous Waste Identification)
OMNIBUS PROVISION
ON-SITE WASTE MANAGEMENT (see also Permit Process, Generators)
OPEN BURNING/OPEN DETONATION (OB/OD) (see Subpart X, Federal Facilities)
OPERATING LIFE (see Permit Conditions)
OSHA (see also Health and Safety)
OWNER/OPERATOR (see also Permit Application)
P-WASTES (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
PAINT FILTER TEST (see also SW-846)
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•	Free Liquids
PAINT WASTE (see Hazardous Waste Identification; see also Listed Hazardous Waste,
Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
PART A PERMIT APPLICATION (see Permit Application; see also Interim Status Process)
PART B PERMIT APPLICATION (see Permit Application; see also Interim Status Process)
PARTIAL CLOSURE (see Closure Process)
PCBs
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (see Boilers and Industrial Furnaces)
PERMIT APPLICATION
•	Incomplete Part B's
•	Owner/Operator
•	Part A Permit Application
•	Part B Permit Application
•	Pre-Construction Ban
•	Signatures
•	Withdrawals
PERMIT CONDITIONS (see also Corrective Action, Storage, TSDFs)
•	Expansions
•	Operating Life
•	Permit Requirements
•	Permit Standards
PERMIT DENIAL (see Permit Process)
PERMIT MODIFICATION (see Permit Process)
PERMIT PROCESS
•	Appeals
•	Deadlines
•	Delegation of Authority
•	Joint Permitting
•	On-Site Waste Management
•	Permit Denial
•	Permit Modification
•	Permitting
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS (see Permit Conditions)
PERMIT STANDARDS (see Permit Conditions)
PERMITTING (see Closure Process, Permit Process)
PERSONNEL TRAINING
PESTICIDES (see Agricultural Waste; see also Hazardous Waste Identification)
PETITIONS (see also Exclusions, Delisting, Land Disposal Restrictions)
PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTES (see also Exclusions, Delisting)
•	Refinery Waste
•	Used Oil
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PHOSPHATE WASTES (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
PICKLE LIQUOR (see Electroplating)
POHCS (see Incineration)
POST-CLOSURE (see also Closure, Cost Estimates, Financial Responsibility, Groundwater
Monitoring, Permit Process)
POTW (See Wastewater)
PRE-CONSTRUCTION BAN (see Permit Application)
PRE-HSWA PROVISIONS (see State Authorization)
PRECIOUS METALS (see Recycle)
PRIMARY TREATMENT (see Treatment)
PROCEDURE (see Test Methods)
PROCESS WASTES (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
PROCESSOR REQUIREMENTS (see Used Oil)
PROTECTIVE FILERS (see Interim Status Process)
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION (see also Closure Process, Post-Closure)
QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL (QA/QC) (see also SW-846)
RADIOACTIVE/RADIOACTIVE WASTES (see Mixed Waste under Mixed
Radioactive/Radioactive Wastes)
RAGS AND WIPERS (see Solvents)
RCRA (see RCRA/CERCLA Interface)
RCRA FACILITY ASSESSMENT (RFA) (see Corrective Action)
RCRA/CERCLA INTERFACE
•	CERCLA (Superfund)
•	RCRA
•	Tax
•	Treatability Study
RD&D PERMIT
REACTIVE WASTES (see Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
RECLAMATION (see also Solid Waste, Recycle, Solvents. Used Oil)
. • Recovery
•	Unused Materials
RECOVERED OIL (see Used Oil)
RECOVERY (see Reclamation)
RECYCLE (see also Reclamation, Solid Waste)
•	Precious Metals
•	Regeneration
•	Reuse
•	Use Constituting Disposal
REFINERY WASTE (see Petroleum Refinery Wastes)
REGENERATION (see Recycle)
REGULATED UNIT (see also Corrective Action, Groundwater Monitoring)
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•	Definition
•	F-Wastes
REGULATED WASTES (see Hazardous Waste Identification, Solid Waste)
REGULATION
RELEASE (see Corrective Action, Secondary Containment)
REMEDIATION (see Corrective Action)
REPORTING INFORMATION (see also Generators, Notification)
RESIDUE (see Derived-from Rule)
RETROFIT (see Minimum Technological Requirements, Surface Impoundment)
REUSE (see Recycle)
RFA (see RCRA Facility Assessment)
RISK (see Risk Assessment)
RISK ANALYSIS (see Risk Assessment)
RISK ASSESSMENT
•	Exposure Information
•	Health Assessments
•	Risk
•	Risk Analysis
RUN-OFF
SAMPLE ANALYSIS (see Analytic Methods)
SAMPLING (see Analytic Methods)
SAMPLING PLAN (see Analytic Methods)
SANITARY LANDFILL (see Municipal Landfill)
SCRAP METAL (see also Solid Waste)
•	Dental Amalgam
SCRUBBER (see also Sludge)
•	Baghouse Dust
SCRUBBER WATER (see Incineration)
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT (see also Tank System, Minimum Technological
Requirements)
•	Containment
•	Leak Detection
•	Leakage
•	Release
•	Sumps
SECONDARY MATERIALS (see Solid Waste)
SECONDARY TREATMENT (see Treatment)
SECURITY
SEWAGE SLUDGE (see Wastewater)
SHAM RECYCLING (see Boilers and Industrial Furnaces)
SHOOTING RANGES
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SIC CODES
SIGNATURES (see Permit Application)
SITING (see also Public Participation)
•	Capacity
•	Location
SKINNER LIST (see Appendix IX; see also Groundwater Monitoring, Delisting)
SLUDGE (see also Wastewater)
•	Baghouse Dust
•	Emission Control Wastes
•	Scrubber
•	Sludge Dryers
SLUDGE DRYERS (see Sludge)
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR (see Generators)
SMELTING WASTE (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
SOIL (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
SOLE ACTIVE INGREDIENT (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
SOLID WASTE (see also Recycle, Hazardous Waste Identification)
•	Batteries
•	By-Product
•	Definition
•	Discarded Materials
•	Household Wastes
•	Regulated Wastes
•	Scrap Metal
•	Secondary Materials
•	Spent Materials
•	Subtitle D
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS (SWMUs) (see Corrective Action)
SOLIDIFICATION (see Treatment)
SOLVENTS (see also Listed Hazardous Waste, Wastewater, Electroplating, Reclamation,
Recovery, Recycle)
•	Rags and Wipers
•	Spent Solvents
SPENT MATERIALS (see Solid Waste)
SPENT SOLVENTS (see Solvents)
SPILLS (see Contingency Plan; see also Corrective Action)
SRE (see System Removal Efficiency)
STATE AUTHORIZATION
•	Authorized States
•	Capability Assessments
•	Changing Federal Regulations
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•	Interim Authorization
•	Joint Permitting
•	More Stringent/Broader in Scope
•	Pre-HSWA Provisions
•	State Laws
•	State Permits
•	State Programs
•	State Regulations
STATE LAWS (see State Authorization)
STATE PERMITS (see State Authorization)
STATE PROGRAMS (see State Authorization)
STATE REGULATIONS (see State Authorization)
STATUTORY AUTHORITY
STEEL FOUNDRIES (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
STORAGE (see also Containers, Hazardous Waste Fuels, Tank System, Permit Conditions)
STUDENT'S T TEST (see Groundwater Monitoring)
SUBPART X (see also Permit Application, Federal Facilities, Characteristic Hazardous
Waste)
•	Geologic Repositories
•	Miscellaneous Units
•	Open Burning/Open Detonation (OB/OD)
•	Thermal Treatment
SUBPART CC (see also Air Emissions)
SUBPARTS AA AND BB
SUBTITLE D (see Solid Waste)
SUMPS (see Secondary Containment)
SUPERFUND (see RCRA/CERCLA Interface under CERCLA)
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT (see also Land Disposal Facilities)
•	Retrofit
SURFACE WATER (see also Wastewater, Clean Water Act)
SW-846
SWMUs (see Corrective Action under Solid Waste Management Unit)
SYSTEM REMOVAL EFFICIENCY (see Incineration)
TANK SYSTEM (see also Generators, Secondary Containment)
•	Ancillary Equipment
•	Empty
•	Minimum Shell Thickness
•	Tanks
TANKS (see Tank System)
TAX (see RCRA/CERCLA Interface)
TCLP (TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC LEACHING PROCEDURE) (see Characteristic
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Hazardous Waste, Hazardous Waste Identification)
TEMPORARY EXCLUSION (see Delisting)
TEST METHODS (see also Analytic Methods, SW-846)
•	Equivalency
•	Procedure
THERMAL TREATMENT (see Subpart X; see also Incineration)
TNT (see Hazardous Waste Identification)
TOLUENE (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT UNITS (see Exclusions, Treatment)
TOXICITY (see Hazardous Waste Identification, Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
TRANSFER FACILITIES (see Transporters)
TRANSPORTATION (see Transporters)
TRANSPORTERS (see also Generators)
•	Transfer Facilities
•	Transportation
TREATABILITY STUDY (see RCRA/CERCLA Interface)
TREATED WASTE (see Treatment)
TREATMENT
•	Biological Treatment
•	Chemical Stabilization
•	Definition
•	Drum Shredding Unit
•	Primary Treatment
•	Secondary Treatment
•	Solidification
•	Totally Enclosed Treatment Units
•	Treated Waste
TREATMENT STANDARDS (see Land Disposal Restrictions)
TREATMENT STORAGE AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES (TSDFs) (see also Interim Status
Process, Permit Process, Storage, Treatment, Land Disposal Facilities)
•	Active/Inactive Facilities
•	Facility
TRIAL BURN (see Incineration)
TSDFs (see Treatment Storage and Disposal Facilities)
U-WASTES (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
UNDERGROUND INJECTION (see also Land Disposal Restrictions, Corrective Action,
Disposal)
UNIVERSAL WASTES
•	Notification
UNIVERSITIES (see Generators; see also EPA I.D. Number)
UNSATURATED ZONE (see Groundwater Monitoring under Unsaturated Zone Monitoring)
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UNUSED MATERIALS (see Reclamation)
USE-CONSTITUTING DISPOSAL (see Recycle)
USED OIL (see also Burning and Blending, Hazardous Waste Fuels, Petroleum Refinery
Wastes)
•	Do-It-Yourselfers (DIYERs)
•	Fuel
•	Management Standards
•	Marketer
•	Processor Requirements
•	Recovered Oil
•	Used Oil Filters
•	Waste Oil
USED OIL FILTERS (see Used Oil)
VARIANCE (see also Land Disposal Restrictions)
VHS MODEL (see Groundwater Monitoring, Delisting)
VOLUNTARY CLEANUPS (see Corrective Action)
WASTE ANALYSIS (see also Analytic Methods, SW-846)
WASTE-AS-FUEL (see Hazardous Waste Fuels)
WASTE BURNING" (see Incineration)
WASTE-DERIVED FUEL (see Hazardous Waste Fuels)
WASTE EXCHANGE PROGRAM (see Waste Minimization)
WASTE MINIMIZATION (see also Generators, HSWA, Manifest)
•	Waste Exchange Program
WASTE OIL (see Used Oil; see also Hazardous Waste Identification)
WASTE PILES (see Land Disposal Facilities)
WASTE STREAM
WASTEWATER (see also Clean Water Act, Listed Hazardous Waste, Land Disposal
Restrictions, Mixture Rule)
•	Discharge
•	NPDES Facilities
•	POTW
•	Sewage Sludge
•	Sludge
•	Wastewater Treatment
WASTEWATER TREATMENT (see Wastewater)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE (see Listed Hazardous Waste)
WELL CONSTRUCTION (see Groundwater Monitoring)
WITHDRAWALS (see Permit Application)
WOOD PRESERVING (see Wood Treatment)
WOOD TREATMENT (see also Listed Hazardous Waste)
•	Creosote
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ZINC PLATING (see Electroplating)
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ABSORBENTS
(See Liquid Haste!
ACCUMULATION
XREF
(See Generators) (See also Tank System)
ACL
(See Alternate Concentration Limit, Groundwater Monitoring)
ACTIVE INGREDIENT
(See Listed Hazardous Haste under Sole Active Ingredient)
ACTIVE/INACTIVE FACILITY
(See Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities)
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER
(See Enforcement, Corrective Action)
AEROSOL CANS
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
AGRICULTURAL HASTE
(See also Exclusions)
COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS VERSUS SOIL AMENDMENTS
PARMER EXEMPTION INTERPRETATION
FOOD PROCESSING HASTE NOT UNDER AGRICULTURAL HASTE EXCLUSION
FIFRA
CREOSOTE TREATED CROSS TIES, DISPOSAL OF, FIFRA INTERFACE
END-USERS OF CHLORDIMEFORM EXEMPTION
MATERIALS CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDE PRODUCTS
WOOD TREATED WITH CREOSOTE, DISPOSAL OF
Pesticides
CHLORDANE AND HEPTACHLOR PESTICIDE HASTE
CLARIFICATION ON THE USE OF SOLVENTS AS RE ACT ANTS IN MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
COMBINED STORAGE OF PESTICIDE WASTES
CONTAINERS, TRIPLE RINSING FOR FERTILIZER
DELISTING PETITION INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RESIDUES FROM INCINERATION OF 2,4,5-T AND SILVEX PESTICIDES
MATERIALS CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDE PRODUCTS
PESTICIDE APPLICATOR WASHING RINSE WATER
PESTICIDE APPLICATOR WASHING RINSEWATER
PESTICIDE DISPOSAL BY FARMERS AND CONTAINER MANAGEMENT
PESTICIDE RINSEATE TREATMENT/RECYCLING SYSTEM
PESTICIDE STANDARDS FOR FORMALDEHYDE AND PARAFORMALDEHYDE
PESTICIDES CONTAINING A 261.33 (e) COMPOUND AS A SOLE ACTIVE INGREDIENT
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION REGARDING PESTICIDE APPLICATOR WASHING RINSE WATER
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH CHLORDANE AS A RESULT OF PESTICIDE APPLICATION
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDE
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9493.1987(01)
9455.1982(01)
9441.1980(02)
9441.1985(28)
9441.1990(04)
9444.1987(40)
9441.1986(10)
9444
9444
9483
9441
9433
9444
9441
9443
9457
9471
9444
9444
9441
9444
9441
1988(10)
1985(06)
1984(02)
1984(18)
,1987(26)
,1987 (40)
19BS (42)
1985(05)
1987(01)
,1988 (04)
,1989(02)
,1981(05)
1992(43)
,1986(20)
,1987(21)
/ I
I /
/ /
i /
/ /
/ /
/ /
t t
09/03/87
07/07/82
08/19/80
07/16/85
02/14/90
09/09/87
02/11/86
05/03/88
05/24/85
06/30/84
08/01/84
10/28/87
09/09/87
12/13/85
07/22/85
03/25/87
10/27/88
03/14/89
09/18/81
12/15/92
09/29/86
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SOIL CONTAMINATED KITH USED AND UNUSED PESTICIDES
SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH CHLORDANE AND HEPTACHLOR DURING TREATMENT OF BUILDINGS FOR TERMITES
VBHICLE FILTERS CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDES
KASHHATERS GENERATED PROM MASKING PESTICIDE APPLICATOR TRUCKS
AIR EMISSIONS
ALTERNATIVE METALS ANALYSIS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE COMBUSTORS
EPA'S INTERPRETATION OF THE EXEMPTION IN 40 CFR 261.1(a) (2) (iv) (F), A NEW SECTION OF EPA'S REGULATIONS ON CARBAMATE LISTING RULE
IMPACT OF DRAFT HAZARDOUS WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY ON OHIO'S REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF AIR REGULATIONS
INCLUSION OF EMISSIONS PROM OB/OD UNITS IN THE HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT FOR A CHEMICAL AGENT DISPOSAL FACILITY
INTERPRETATION OF CERTAIN CONNECTORS AS "FLANGES"
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ARCO PRODUCTS, HA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SUN REFINING, OK
RCRA REGULATORY INTERPRETATION ON BENZENE STRIPPERS AT WRC REFINERY
REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
STANDARDS FOR AIR PATHWAY FOR METALS MID ORGANIC CHEMICALS
Subpart CC
•FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON THE 40 CFR PART 264/265, SUBPART CC AIR EMISSION STANDARDS
•REMOVAL OP HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT FOR SUBPART CC COMPLIANCE
AIRBAG INFLATORS
(See Listed Hazardous Waste under Commercial Chemical Products)
ALTERNATB CONCENTRATION LIMIT (ACL)
(See Groundwater Monitoring) (See also Appendix VIII)
ANALYTIC METHODS
(See also Appendix VIII, Appendix IX, SW-84S)
•USB OF TOTAL WASTE ANALYSIS IN TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC DETERMINATIONS
ADDITIONAL ANALYTES FOR HWIR TARGET ANALYTE LIST IN WASTEWATER
ALTERNATIVE METALS ANALYSIS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE COMBUSTORS
ANALYTICAL METHODS/EP TOXICITY TEST/REFERENCE STDS.
ASTM 04982-89 (METHOD B) AS AN EQUIVALENT METHOD OF TESTING FOR IGNITABILITY
CLARIFICATION ON ANALYTICAL QUANTITATION USING GC/MS METHODS
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF TREATED WASTES - USE OF SW-846 METHODS, WASTE IDENTIFICATION
CRUSHING WASTE PRIOR TO IP TEST
DIOXIN STANDARD USED TO TEST GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY COLUMNS, HANDLING OF
ELECTROPLATING SLUDGE, EXCLUSION PETITION
HYDROGEN SULFIDE WASTE IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT - REACTIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
INAPPROPRIATE USE OF METHOD 1311 (TCLP) AS AN ALTERNATIVE EXTRACTION PROCEDURE
INITIAL AND CONTINUING CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS IN METHOD 8240
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT USED TO RUN THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC LEACHING PROCEDURE (TCLP)
RCRA METHODS AND QA ACTIVITIES (NOTES)
RCRA METHODS AND QUALITY ASSURANCE ACTIVITIES (NOTES)
SW-846 METHODS MANUAL
TCLP IN THE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS PROGRAM AND HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM
USE OF THE METHOD OF STANDARD EDITIONS
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS AT IRON AND STEEL MILLS AS PRODUCTS OR WASTE FUELS, INFORMATION REQUIRED
9444.1987(12)
9441.1987(15)
9443.1987(16)
9441.1986(44)
XREF
9498.
9441.
9S73,
9489.
9531.
9551.
9551.
9489.
9521.
9551.
1994(09)
199S(25)
1994(01)
1995(01)
1993(01)
1990(08)
1991(02)
1992(02)
1994(01)
1991(04)
9480.1996(02)
9480.1996(03)
XREF
XREF
XREF
9445.
9445.
9498.
9445.
9443.
9445.
9445.
9443.
9441.
9433.
9443.
9445.
9445.
9443.
9445.
9445.
9445.
9443.
9443.
9441.
1994(01)
1993(08)
1994(09)
1984(02)
1992(04)
1993(03)
1987 (03a)
1987(26)
1985(07)
1984(OS)
1987(31)
1993(09)
1993(07)
1986(10)
1985(04)
1984(OS)
1987(02)
1987(29)
1987(12)
1986(08)
04/18/87
03/11/87
08/13/87
05/30/86
/ /
08/17/94
08/03/95
01/10/94
01/30/95
02/23/93
10/24/90
01/17/91
08/27/92
10/17/94
01/30/91
02/29/96
03/31/96
/ /
/ /
/ /
01/31/94
11/05/93
08/17/94
04/23/84
08/26/92
04/08/93
11/17/87
11/12/87
02/13/85
12/11/84
12/07/87
12/07/93
09/02/93
05/05/86
06/30/85
12/20/84
09/16/87
11/18/87
06/23/87
01/24/86
Detection Limits
DELISTING PETITION INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RESIDUES FROM INCINERATION OF 2,4,5-T AND SILVEX PESTICIDES
9433.1987(26)
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DETECTION LIMIT FOR EP-LEACHATE CONCENTRATION OF SELENIUM
DETECTION LIMIT REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION ON APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS FOR A DELISTING PETITION
HEALTH BASED VALUES FOR CHEMICAL LIST
HEALTH BASED VALUES FOR PAH'S IN COKE BY-PRODUCT WASTES
METAL, K061 WASTES IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT-DELISTING PETITION
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS AT IRON AND STEEL MILLS AS PRODUCTS OR WASTE FUELS, INFORMATION REQUIRED
9443.1996(06}
9433.1986(19)
9445.1989(02}
9551.1989<04)
9433.1987(18)
9441.1986(08!
Laboratory Analysis
•LABORATORY TESTING FOR DIOXIN	9441.1985(11)
•PH TESTING OF SOLID/WATER MIXTURE	9443.1983(03)
ANALYSIS OF APPENDIX IX CHEMICALS, PROPOSED	9481.1986(02)
ANALYSIS OF FLUFF MATERIALS	9442.1991(02)
APPENDIX VIII CONSTITUENTS IN GROUNDWATER, REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYSIS OF	9481.1985(01)
ASTM STANDARDS IN THE RCRA PROGRAM	9445.1987(05)
CLARIFICATION OF METHOD 8260 CALIBRATION STANDARDS AND "WASTE TYPE"	9445.1993(02)
CLARIFICATION ON MATRIX SPIKES FOR METHOD 8310	9445.1992(02)
CLARIFICATION ON WHETHER OR NOT A LABORATORY MUST USB THE "SW-846 'A' ORGANIC METHODS" WHICH WERE RECENTLY PROMULGATED	9433.1994 (01)
EXEMPTION FROM PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION STEP IN TCLP	9442.1991(13)
GLASS FIBER FILTERS FOR USE IN CONDUCTING THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC LEACHING PROCEDURE (TCLP)	9443.1986 (19)
HOLDING TIMES FOR GROUNDWATER	9441.1992(14)
ISSUES CONCERNING THE COMPARISON OF SFE EXTRACTION RESULTS TO THOSE OBTAINED USING SONICATION(3550) RATHER THAN SOXHLET (3540,3541) 9445.1994 (02)
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT USED IN CONDUCTING THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC LEACHING PROCEDURE (TCLP)	9443.1986(17)
LABORATORY EVALUATION PROGRAM	9472.1986(02}
LABORATORY SAMPLE EXCLUSION APPLICABILITY TO SAMPLES AND WASTES FROM LABORATORY ANALYSIS - DIOXIN	9441.1987(29)
LEACHING TESTS FOR EVALUATING SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH LEAD	944 3.1987(24)
LEAD PAINT REMOVAL DEBRIS AND THE TCLP PROCEDURE	9442.1991(12)
MATRIX SPIKE IN TCLP PROCEDURE	9442.1991(03)
METHODS 1310 AND 1330: EXTRACTION PROCEDURE AND EXTRACTION PROCEDURE FOR OILY WASTE	9443.1987(14)
METHODS 8240 AND 8260 DIFFERENTIATION AND EQUIVALENCY	9442.1991(06)
RCRA TESTING TECHNIQUES	9445.1987(03)
RESPONSE TO REQUEST FOR A VARIANCE TO USE PALLADIUM FOR GRAPHITE FURNACE ANALYSIS IN SEVERAL SW-846 METALS METHODS	9445,1994(03)
SEDIMENT SAMPLE DISPOSAL	9441.1989(12)
SW-846, THIRD EDITION, HOLDING TIMES FOR SEMIVOLATILES	9445.1987(06)
TCLP EXTRACTIONS AS THEY APPLY TO OILY WASTE '	9442.1991(08)
TOTAL CONSTITUENT ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTICS OP WASTE SAMPLE	9443.1987(33)
Sample Analysis
•LABORATORY TESTING FOR DIOXIN
9441.1985(11}
•SW-846 TEST METHODS
9554.1991(04)
ALLOWABLE HOLDING TIMES WHEN TESTING RCRA SAMPLES
9445.1987(04)
ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR CONDUCTING TESTING UNDER THE TC RULE
9442.1991(17)
CLARIFICATION OF PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES FOR VOLATILE ORGANIC ANALYSIS
9441.1992(19)
DEFINITION OF HOLDING TIME
9445.1993(01)
DELISTING ACTION - STATUS OF HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE
9433,1987(16)
DELISTING ISSUES RELATING TO EPA'S MOBILE INCINERATOR
9433.1986(20)
DILUTION OF TEST SAMPLING
9442.1991(04)
EVALUATION OF DELISTING PETITIONS-INFORMATION REQUIRED
9433.1986(04)
FLUFF ANALYSIS/SAMPLES
9442.1989(02)
HANDLING AND ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES CONTAINING VOC'S
9442.1991(15)
LABORATORY EVALUATION PROGRAM
9472.1986(02)
LABORATORY SAMPLE EXCLUSION APPLICABILITY TO SAMPLES AND NASTES FROM LABORATORY ANALYSIS - DIOXIN
9441.1987(29)
MULTIPLE EXTRACTION PROCEDURE, METHOD 1320
9442.1988(06)
PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION PROCEDURE FOR TCLP SAMPLES OF DRY CELL BATTERIES
9442.1991(07)
QC REVIEW OF PERMIT DATA
9442.1990(04)
RCRA FACILITY ASSESSMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION
9502.00-4
RCRA TEST METHODS & QA ACTIVITIES
9441.1988(31)
SELECTION OF NON-USEPA APPROVED METHODS FOR SUBPART X PERMITS
9442.1990(03)
03/12/86
12/09/86
07/18/89
07/06/89
08/07/87
01/24/86
03/30/85
02/28/83
07/25/86
02/22/91
10/15/85
12/21/87
03/11/93
12/22/92
10/12/94
10/09/91
09/30/86
06/03/92
03/10/94
09/03/86
01/29/86
04/30/87
11/05/87
08/30/91
03/19/91
08/11/87
05/09/91
10/20/87
03/10/94
03/31/89
06/30/87
06/13/91
12/31/87
03/30/85
12/01/91
12/04/87
10/01/91
07/07/92
01/21/93
07/31/87
12/11/86
03/25/91
02/14/86
01/2S/89
12/17/91
01/29/86
04/30/87
10/19/88
05/29/91
11/01/90
08/21/86
07/30/88
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SURROGATE RECOVERY
SW-846, THIRD EDITION, HOLDING TIMES FOR SEMIVOLATILES
TOTAL CHROMIUM ANALYSIS
TOTAL CONCENTRATION USED TO DEMONSTRATE A WASTE DOES NOT EXHIBIT THE CHARACTERISTIC OF EP TOXICITY
USE OF FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIRS) FOR HEADS PACE GAS SAMPLING ANALYSIS WTO CHARACTERIZATION
Sampling
AGITATE SAMPLES EVALUATED USING METHOD 1X10
CLARIFICATION ON SAMPLING AND DATA INTERPRETATION
DELISTING ACTION - STATUS OF HOLLOMAH AIR FORCE BASE
DELISTING POLICY ALLOWS EXCLUSION OF SEPARATE WASTE TREATMENT UNITS AT MULTI-UNIT FACILITIES
EVALUATION OF DELISTING PETITIONS-INFORMATION REQUIRED
FLUFF ANALYSIS/SAMPLES
INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT OF LAB SAMPLES
LABORATORY WASTE EXCLUSION
METAL, K061 WASTES IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT-DELISTING PETITION
METHODOLOGIES EMPLOYED IN USED OIL SAMPLING
MODIFICATIONS TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM UNDER EXCLUSION
RCRA FACILITY ASSESSMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION
SAMPLING LOCATION IN A SEPARATOR - THICKENER TREATMENT TRAIN AND THE MIXTURE RULE
SAMPLING PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION FOR WASTES IN LANDFILL TRENCHES
SAMPLING REQUIREMENTS FOR ESTIMATING VARIABILITY OF WASTES FOR DELISTING PETITIONS
SEDIMENT SAMPLE DISPOSAL
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR DELISTING PETITION
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
TEST SAMPLES, EXCLUSION FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE
Sampling Plan
ANALYSIS OF RETESTING PROCEDURES PAPER
CYANIDE FURNACE CRUCIBLES TREATMENT
DELISTING PETITIONS FOR K-WASTES MANAGED IN ON-SITE LAND-BASED UNITS-MONITORING REQUIREMENTS
DETERMINATION' ON WHETHER A GENERATOR'S FLUORESCENT TUBES ARE NONHAZARDOUS
DRAFT SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS PLAN FOR NH PLATING COMPANY
SAMPLING LOCATION IN A SEPARATOR - THICKENER TREATMENT TRAIN MID THE MIXTURE RULE
SAMPLINO PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION ADDRESSING HSWA REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYZING FOR APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS
SAMPLING PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION FOR WASTES IN LANDFILL TRENCHES
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT SAMPLING PLAN FOR HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE
9442.1991409)
9445.1987(06)
9443.1987(11)
9443.1989(01)
9441.1996(02)
9441
9441
9433
9433
9433
9442
9441
9441
9433
9442
9441
9502
9433
9433
9433
9441
9433
9523
9431
9481
9433
9433
9441
9433
9433
9433
9433
9484
,1990(17)
.1992(26)
.1987(16)
.1987(22)
,1986(04)
.1989(02)
.1989(20)
.198S(03)
.1987(181
.1991(11)
,1991(01)
.00-4
,1986(11)
.1986 (21)
.1986(22)
.1989(12)
.1991(02)
.00-14
.1989(03)
,1991(01)
,1990(05)
,1987(21)
.1995(23)
,1990(06)
.1986(11)
.1986(23)
.1986(21)
.1988(03)
06/19/91
06/30/87
06/08/87
01/27/89
03/21/96
06/29/90
08/26/92
07/31/87
10/02/87
02/14/86
01/25/89
04/27/89
07/31/85
08/07/87
07/09/91
01/03/91
08/21/86
04/24/86
12/13/86
12/18/86
03/31/89
04/26/91
03/14/86
06/05/89
10/16/91
09/26/90
09/28/87
06/22/95
11/27/90
04/24/86
12/30/86
12/13/86
06/20/88
ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT
(See Tank System)
API SEPARATOR SLUDGE
(See also Petroleum Refinery Wastes, Sludge, Wastewater)
•API SEPARATOR WASTEWATER AND SLUDGE
PETROLEUM FACILITIES INCLUDED IN THE K051 LISTING FOR API SEPARATOR SLUDGE
XREF
XREF
9444.1984(06)
9444.1987(20)
i /
/ /
04/30/84
05/26/87
APPEALS
(See Permit Process) (See also Closure Process)
XREF
/ /
APPENDIX IX
(See also Appendix VIII, Groundwater Monitoring)
•APPENDIX VIII AND APPENDIX IX
ANALYSIS OF APPENDIX IX CHEMICALS, PROPOSED
XREF
9445.1989(01)
9481.1986(02)
I /
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07/25/86

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STANDARDS FOR AIR PATHWAY FOR METALS AND ORGANIC CHEMICALS
9551,1991(04) 01/30/91
Skinner List
•DELISTING PETITIONS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTES FROM THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
~SKINNER LIST
APPENDIX VIII
(See also ACL, Analytic Methods, Appendix IX, Groundwater Monitoring, Hazardous Constituents, Sampling!
•APPENDIX VIII AND APPENDIX IX
~APPENDIX VIII GROUNDWATER MONITORING
APPENDIX VIII CONSTITUENTS IN GROUNDWATER, REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYSIS OP
CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE ISSUES FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER, RCRA REGULATORY STATUS
DELISTING ISSUES RELATING TO EPA'S MOBILE INCINERATOR
DELISTING PETITION INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RESIDUES FROM INCINERATION OF 2,4,5-T AND SILVEX PESTICIDES
DETECTION LIMIT REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION ON APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS FOR A DELISTING PETITION
ENFORCING GROUNDWATER MONITORING REQUIREMENTS IN RCRA PART B PERMIT APPLICATIONS
MATERIALS USED IN FERTILIZER PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
MODIFICATIONS TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM UNDER EXCLUSION
POHC SELECTION FOR RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE TRIAL BURN - USE OF 1,2,3-TRICHLOROBENZENE
SAMPLING PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION ADDRESSING HSWA REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYZING FOR APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS
SAMPLING REQUIREMENTS FOR ESTIMATING VARIABILITY OF WASTES FOR DELISTING PETITIONS
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH TOLUENE
STANDARDS FOR AIR PATHWAY FOR METALS AND ORGANIC CHEMICALS
AQUEOUS WASTE
(See Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
AQUIFER
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
ASIA OF CONTAMINATION (AOC!
(See Corrective Action)
ASBESTOS
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)
ASSESSMENT MONITORING
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
ATOMIC ENERGY ACT (AEA)
(See Mixed Waste)
AUTHORIZED STATES
(See State Authorization)
8AGHOUSE DUST
9433.1994(D3)
944S,1985(06)
XREF
9445,
9445.
9481.
9476.
9442.
9433.
9433.
9433,
9504.
9493,
9441
9488
9433.
9433
9445
9551
1989(01)
1987(01)
1985(01)
1987(08)
1984(01)
1986(20)
1987(261
1986(19)
1984(01)
1991(05)
1991(01)
1991 (01)
1986(23)
1986(22)
1985(01)
1991(04)
XREF
XREP
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
11/30/94
08/30/85
/ /
06/30/89
03/30/87
10/15/85
12/17/87
12/26/84
12/11/86
10/28/87
12/09/86
08/16/84
10/11/91
01/03/91
02/05/91
12/30/86
12/18/86
04/05/85
01/30/91
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
(See Incineration, Sludge)
XREF
/ /

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BALLAST FLUID
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
BATTERIES
(See Solid Haste, Hazardous Haste Identification)
BOAT
(See Beat Demonstrated Available Technology, Land Disposal Restrictions)
BEST DEMONSTRATED AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGY (BOAT)
(See Land Disposal Restrictions)
BEVILL EXCLUSION (AMENDMENT)
(See Mining Haste)
BIENNIAL REPORTS
(See Generators!
BIF RULE
(See Incineration)
BIFs
(See Boilers and Industrial Furnaces)
BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT
(See Treatment)
BLASTING CAPS
(See Characteristic Hazardous Haste)
BLENDING AND BURNING
(Sea Burning and Blending)
BOILER
(See Incineration)
BOILER SLAG
(See Mining Haste)
BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES
ABILITY OF A HAZARDOUS HASTE BURNING BIF TO SPIKE METALS AND USE OF TEST DATA IN LIEU OF A TRIAL BURN
APPLICABILITY OF OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO HASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9498.1996(03) 04
9498.1996(05) OS

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APPLICABILITY OF THE OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
EPA'S IMPLEMENTATION OF THE HAZARDOUS HASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES (BIFs)
ALTERNATIVE METALS ANALYSIS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE COMBUSTORS
CLARIFICATION OP REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
CLARIFICATION REGARDING SINGLE EMISSION POINT, MULT!-DEVICE COMBUSTION FACILITIES
CLARIFICATION: IS A FACILITY THAT HAS A "PRIMARY PURPOSE" OF BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTE FOR DESTRUCTION SUBJECT TO RCRA REGULATIONS?
CLASSIFICATION OF A MERCURY RECOVERY UNIT
DETERMINATION ON WHETHER OR NOT A FACILITY QUALIFIED FOR INTERIM STATUS FOR ITS BOILERS UNDER THE BIF RULE
EXCLUSION FROM RCRA REGULATION FOR SECONDARY MATERIALS USED OR REUSED DIRECTLY AS INGREDIENTS IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS
GUIDANCE ON TRIAL BURN FAILURES
IMPACT OF DRAFT HAZARDOUS HASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY ON OHIO'S REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF AIR REGULATIONS
MINIMUM HEAT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTES BURNED IN BIFs
MINIMUM HEAT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS OF WASTE-DERIVED FUEL BLENDED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY IN BIFs
REGULATORY DETERMINATION OF THE PRIMER NEUTRALIZATION UNIT "POPPING FURNACE"
REGULATOR* INTERPRETATIONS UNDER RCRA CONCERNING CERTAIN FUEL BLENDING SCENARIOS
SHAM RECYCLING POLICY AS IT PERTAINS TO THE BOILER MID INDUSTRIAL FURNACE RULE
USE OF METAL SURROGATES IN COMPLYING WITH THE BOILER AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACE (BIF) RULE
BOND RATINGS
(See Financial Responsibility)
BULK LIQUIDS
(See Land Disposal Restrictions, Liquid Waste)
BURNING MID BLENDING
(See also Incineration, Used Oil)
•BURNING/BLENDING OF UNUSED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT (XYLENE) WITH USED OIL
•ENERGY RECOVERY ON-SITE CONSTITUTES REUSE FOR THE GENERATOR PROCESSING EXEMPTION
~HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL MARKETERS
~NATURAL GAS PIPELINE CONDENSATE AND ENERGY RECOVERY
•OFF-SPECIFICATION USED OIL FUEL
~USED OIL STORAGE TANK BOTTOMS: HAZARDOUS WASTE OR USED OIL WHEN BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY?
~WASTE MINIMIZATION AND RECYCLING ACTIVITIES THAT RESEMBLE CONVENTIONAL WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE
APPLICABILITY OP USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS TO ACTIVITIES INVOLVING SEPARATION OF USED OIL FROM SORBENT MATERIALS
ATOMIZER MULTI-OIL FUELED HEATERS, INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION CRITERIA FOR
BULKING OR CONTAINERIZING COMPATIBLE HAZARDOUS WASTES FOR TRANSPORTATION
BURNING OF USED OIL
BURNING OF USED OIL IN THE MARINE INDUSTRY AND USED OIL GENERATOR NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
CLARIFICATION OF STATUS OF TREATMENT ASSOCIATED WITH FUEL BLENDING ACTIVITIES
CLARIFICATION OF TREATMENT, AS DEFINED AT 40 CFR SECTION 260,10, AS IT RELATES TO HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL BLENDING ACTIVITIES
COAL/FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTES EXCLUDED FROM SUBTITLE C PENDING FURTHER STUDY
MINERAL PROCESSING RESIDUALS FROM COMBUSTION UNITS BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL
MINIMUM HEAT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTES BURNED IN BIFs
MIXING LOW AND HIGH BTU WASTES - SHAM BURNING, BLENDING, MANIFESTING
NOTIFICATION BY BURNERS OF USED OIL WHO FIRST CLAIM THAT USED OIL MEETS SPECIFICATIONS
REGULATION OP FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TRANSFER OPERATIONS
REGULATORY STATUS OF RESIDUAL AVIATION FUELS THAT ARE BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
USED OIL FOR INDUSTRIAL BURNERS
9498.1996(01)
9496.1996(06)
XREF
9498.
9498.
9498.
9498.
94 98.
9498.
9498.
9498.
9573.
9498.
9498.
9489.
9498.
9494,
9498.
1994(09)
1994(13!
1994(08)
1994(07)
1994(03)
1994(OS)
1994(06)
1994(04)
1994(01)
1994(02)
1994(11)
1994(02)
1994(12)
1994(03)
1995(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
9442
94 9S
9453
9443
9454
9592
9561
9592
9495
9432
94 95
9495
9494
9432
9441
9441
9498
9442
9495
9521
9461
9441
9495
.1985(01)
.1994(01!
.1985(04)
,1987(23)
.1986(02)
.1994(11)
.1994(02)
.1994(09)
.1988(02)
.1990(02)
.1989(02)
.1986(09)
.1992(01!
.1995(02!
.1984(20)
.1984(19)
.1994(02)
.1987(04)
.1987(01)
.1994(01)
.1989(01)
.1995(04)
.1986(22)
02/26/96
05/23/96
/ /
08/17/94
12/05/94
07/29/94
07/21/94
05/26/94
07/14/94
07/20/94
07/05/94
01/10/94
05/20/94
11/04/94
09/19/94
11/08/94
06/07/94
11/09/95
/ /
/ /
/ /
12/30/85
05/31/94
11/30/85
10/30/87
02/28/86
09/30/94
07/31/94
09/28/94
09/22/88
03/01/90
10/17/89
04/21/86
11/27/92
10/12/95
08/16/84
08/15/84
05/20/94
08/31/87
01/20/87
10/17/94
01/03/89
02/06/95
09/15/86

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Burning Hazardous Haste Fuel
•BURNING AND BLENDING MID INTERIM STATUS
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS AND STORAGE STANDARDS FOR MARKETERS OF HAZARDOUS HASTE
BOILERS AND INCINERATORS, DISTINCTION BETWEEN/INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD
BURNING AND BLENDING OF HAZARDOUS HASTE AND USED OIL FUELS
BURNING COMPRESSOR OIL HITH AMMONIA IN SPACE HEATERS
BURNING OF OPF-SPEC USED OIL
CEMENT KILN BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTE FUELS DURING INTERIM STATUS
CLARIFICATION OF REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE HASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)
ENFORCEMENT POLICY ON WASTE BURNING FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
EXCLUSION PROM RCRA REGULATION FOR SECONDARY MATERIALS USED OR REUSED DIRECTLY AS INGREDIENTS IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS
FIRE TRAINING PITS, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR
HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL CADENCE PRODUCT 312, REGULATION OF
INDUSTRIAL FURNACES BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTES AND THE RESIDUALS GENERATED (LOUISIANA REG)
MARKETING OR BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTE FUEL, NOTIFICATION OF
MINIMUM HEAT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS OF HASTE-DERIVED FUEL BLENDED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY IN BIFs
MIXTURES OF WASTES AND LEGITIMATE BURNING FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
REGION V FUEL-BLENDING FACILITIES CONCERNS
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF AUTOMATIC HASTE FEED CUTOFFS IN BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES
REGULATORY INTERPRETATIONS UNDER RCRA CONCERNING CERTAIN FUEL BLENDING SCENARIOS
REGULATORY STATUS OF A DISSOLVED AIR FLOATATION FLOAT STORAGE TANK USED TO FEED MATERIAL INTO A PETROLEUM CQKER
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS PIPELINE CONDENSATE
REGULATORY STATUS OF TREATMENT ASSOCIATED HITH FUEL-BLENDING ACTIVITIES
SHAM INCINERATION AND TREATMENT OF K048-K052 HASTES IN CEMENT KILNS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES
SPENT AND RECLAIMED SOLVENTS, BLENDING OF RECLAIMED XYLENE
SULFUR RECOVERY FURNACES ARE INDUSTRIAL FURNACES SUBJECT TO THE HASTE-AS-FUEL RULES
TWO WASTE OIL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES REGULATORY STATUS
USE/REUSE EXCLUSION TO RED WATER (K047) FROM HHICH SODIUM SULFITE IS RECOVERED AND WHICH IS USED AS A FUEL
USED OIL INTRODUCED INTO REFINERY PROCESS UNDER HAZARDOUS HASTE DERIVED REFINERY FUEL PRODUCTS EXEMPTION
WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES AT DOD FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTATION
WASTE-DERIVED PUELS AT IRON AND STEEL MILLS AS PRODUCTS OR WASTE FUELS, INFORMATION REQUIRED
HASTE-DERIVED FUELS BURKED IN CEMENT KILN, REGULATION OF
9520.
9494,
9432,
94 95,
9494
9494
9528,
9498.
9441
9494.
9498.
9489.
9494
9494.
94 94
9498.
9494.
9441,
9494,
9498.
9441.
9442.
9494.
9494 ,
9441.
9432,
9495.
9441,
9441.
9494 ,
9441.
9494,
1985(11)
1986(05)
1986(02)
1985(03)
1991(03)
1986(05a)
1907(10)
1994(13)
1987(98)
1986(06)
1994(06)
1987(02)
1986(04)
1987(02)
1986(01)
1994(11)
1987(03)
1991(17)
1993(01)
1994(12)
1993 (21)
1994(05)
1994(01)
1991(02)
1987(24)
1986(04)
1991(01)
1987(42)
1986(11)
1986(02)
1986(08)
198SC03)
12/30/85
04/11/86
01/03/86
12/12/85
04/23/91
06/30/86
09/03/87
12/05/94
12/24/87
12/31/86
07/20/94
07/22/87
04/11/86
04/15/87
02/09/86
11/04/94
08/31/87
11/04/91
09/14/93
11/08/94
11/01/93
04/15/94
01/28/94
03/29/91
04/15/87
01/21/86
06/05/91
06/09/87
02/11/86
03/19/86
01/24/86
10/11/85
BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL
(See Burning and Blending)
BY-PRODUCT
(See Solid Haste, Mixed Haste)
CALIFORNIA LIST
(See Land Disposal Restrictions)
CAPABILITY ASSESSMENTS
(See State Authorization)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
CAPACITY
(See Siting)
CARBON FILTERS
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
XREF
XREF
/ /
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CASE-BY-CASE EXTENSION
(See Land Disposal Restrictions)	XREF
CEMENT KILN
(See Incineration) (See also Hazardous Waste Fuels)	XREF
CRMs
(See Continuous Emissions Monitors)	XREF
CiRCLA (SUPERFUND)
(See RCRA/CERCLA Interface)	XREF
CERCLA/RCRA INTERFACE
(See RCRA/CERCLA Interface)	XREF
CERTIFICATION
(See also Closure Process, Generators, Post-Closure, Waste Minimization)	XREF
•CERTIFICATION FOR CONTAINER STORAGE	9523.1983(02)
•CERTIFICATION OF CLOSURE	9476.1987(05)
•HAZARDOUS HASTE TANKS - INSTALLATION/CERTIFICATION OF SECONDARY CONTAINMENT	9483.1986(13)
•LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS - LAND DISPOSAL FACILITIES	9528.198S(03)
~SOFT HAMMER CERTIFICATIONS/DEMONSTRATIONS	9551.1988(13)
•TREATMENT SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS LOSING INTERIM STATUS BECAUSE OF NON-COMPLIANCE WITH GUM AND FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 9470.1985(01)
213 OF HSWA, REQUIREMENTS - PERMIT ISSUANCE AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE	9522.1985(03)
APPENDIX VIII CONSTITUENTS IN GROUNDWATER, REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYSIS OF	9481.198S (01)
BURNING HAZARDOUS BASTE IN BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES (BIFs)	9494.1991(01)
CERTIFICATION PROCESS ON BIOTECHNOLOGICAL METHODS FOR REMEDIATION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES	9486.1989(01)
CERTIFICATION/NOTIFICATION FOR MULTIPLE-CONSTITUENT WASTES SUBJECT TO LDRs	95S1.1991 (10)
CLARIFICATION OF THE TERM INDEPENDENT, REGISTERED, CERTIFIED ENGINEER	9476.1992(02!
DIOXIN TRIAL BURNS FOR PURPOSES OF CERTIFICATION OR A RCRA PERMIT	9488.00-1A
DISPOSAL FACILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS CERTIFICATION	9551.1987(07)
INDEPENDENT REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER'S CERTIFICATION	9476.1993(02)
INTERPRETATION OF 40 CFR 268.7 REQUIREMENTS	9554.1988(03)
MANIFEST CERTIFICATION SIGNATURE BLOCK FOR EMPLOYEES SIGNING FOR GENERATING COMPANY	9452.1985(02)
MODIFIED MANIFEST WASTE MINIMIZATION CERTIFICATION FOR SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS	9452.1986(02)
NEUTRALIZATION SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, RETROFITTING VARIANCES	9484.1986(04)
NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENT WHEN SHIPPING RESTRICTED WASTES TO A STORAGE FACILITY	9551.1987(20)
POLICIES REGARDING SELF-CERTIFICATION OF NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE	9442.1995(02)
POST-CLOSURE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS (ARMCO STEEL)	9522.1986(03)
QUALIFICATION OF AN ENGINEER FROM THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS AS INDEPENDENT WITH RESPECT TO AN ARMY FACILITY	9483.1987(20)
RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE. RCRA APPLICABILITY TO	9502.1987(05)
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION	9483.1988(18)
TANK SYSTEMS APPLICABLE TO PRODUCTION TANKS DURING CLEANOUT, PROCESS TRANSFER EQUIPMENT, AND HOSE LINES	9483.1986(11)
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9551.1990(15)
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS FINAL RULE	9551.1991(13)
WASTE MINIMIZATION CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS	9452.1986(01)
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/ /
/ /
/ I
/ /
t /
02/28/83
09/30/87
06/30/88
09/30/85
11/30/88
02/28/85
07/05/8S
10/15/85
02/04/91
03/30/89
06/05/91
12/21/92
05/07/86
03/10/87
06/04/93
05/13/88
10/17/85
10/20/86
04/21/86
10/28/87
02/07/9S
11/20/86
12/15/87
04/02/87
12/12/88
12/19/86
12/20/90
12/20/91
04/28/86
CHANGE DURING INTERIM STATUS
(See Interim Status Process)
XREF
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CHANGING FEDERAL REGULATIONS
(See Stat* Authorization)
CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS HASTE
(See alao SH-816, Listed Hazardous Haste, Hazardous Haste Identification)
•DISCARDED MERCURY THERMOMETERS
•HAZARDOUS HASTE LISTED SOLELY FOR SUBPART C CHARACTERISTICS
•USED OIL STORAGE TANK BOTTOMS; HAZARDOUS HASTE OR USED OIL WHEN BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY?
•HASTE IDENTIFICATION
ACTIVATED CARBON CANISTERS USED TO COLLECT SOLVENT VAPORS GENERATED DURING PAINT APPLICATION
ANTARCTICA HASTE DISPOSAL PRACTICES
APPLICABILITY OF HAZARDOUS HASTE CODES TO A CHEMICAL POLISHING SYSTEM
ARE TANK BOTTOMS REMOVED FROM TANKS CONTAINING ONLY NAPHTHA DEEMED TO BE K052 HAZARDOUS HASTE?
AUTOMOTIVE FLUIDS, REGULATION OF
BY-PRODUCT CRUDE OIL TANK BOTTOMS
CALIFORNIA LIST PROHIBITIONS APPLICABILITY AFTER THIRD THIRD RULE
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITIES
CAUSTIC RINSING METAL PARTS
CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS HASTE OR SOLID HASTE TREATMENT MAY CREATE A LISTED HAZARDOUS HASTE
CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS HASTES GENERATED AT PRIMARY METAL SMELTING AND REFINING SITES
CHARACTERISTIC SLUDGES RECLAIMED OR PROCESSED PRIOR TO USE AS AN INGREDIENT IN FERTILIZER
CHARACTERISTIC TESTS FOR DETERMINING THE HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTICS OF MINING WASTES
CHLORIDE-ILMENITE PROCESS WASTES
CLARIFICATION OF THE USED OIL REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO MIXTURES OF USED OIL AND CHARACTERISTIC HASTE
CLARIFICATION ON SAMPLING AND DATA INTERPRETATION
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT P LISTING APPLIES ONLY TO UNUSED PRODUCT, NOT USED RESIDUES
DELISTING CRITERIA/LEACHATE LEVELS
ETCHANTS USED TO MANUFACTURE COPPER SALTS
EXCAVATED CONSTRUCTION SOIL CONTAINING QUANTITIES OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES - LEACHATE LEVELS
EXPORTING CHARACTERISTICALLY HAZARDOUS SLUDGE FOR RECLAMATION
GENERATOR RECYCLING HAZARDOUS WASTE ON-SITE
HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTIC - BASIS FOR LISTING
HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION OP "NICKEL MATTE" BY-PRODUCT
HAZARDOUS HASTE LISTING FOR F006 HASTE
HYDRAULIC DEVICES CONTAMINATED WITH OIL DURING QUALITY CONTROL TESTING
K035 LISTING MID INCLUSION OF SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF CREOSOTE PRODUCTION WASTEWATERS
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED HASTES TO SURFACE HATERS, MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO
LIQUID SCINTILLATION COCKTAIL SOLUTION PRODUCT, READY SAFE
LIQUID, FREE LIQUID, RELEASABLE LIQUID DEFINITIONS
LITHIUM BATTERIES
LUBRICATING OIL AND JET FUELS USED TO PRODUCE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
LUBRICATING OIL CONTAMINATED WITH TCDD THROUGH USE AS AN ANALYTICAL STANDARD
MANAGEMENT OF WASTES PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION INTO SEWER
MECHANICAL PLATING HASTES IN THE F006 LISTING, NON-INCLUSION OF
MIXING HAZARDOUS WASTE WITH USED OIL (REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION)
MIXTURES OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTES
MIXTURES OF SOLID HASTE AND A WASTE LISTED SOLELY BECAUSE IT EXHIBITS A CHARACTERISTIC
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION, DISPOSAL OF RESIDUAL ASH
ON-SITE RECYCLING OF SPENT SOLVENTS BY GENERATORS
PACKAGES CONTAINING RESIDUAL URETHANE COATING CHEMICALS
PROCESS WASTES CONTAINING INKS, PAINTS, AND ADHESIVES
REACTOR VESSEL WASHOUT CONTAINING TRACE AMOUNTS OF SOLVENT
RECYCLED CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS HASTE SLUDGES
XREF
XREF
9444.
9441.
9592.
9441.
9444.
9442.
9443.
9442.
9441.
9441.
9551.
9441.
9444.
9442.
9443.
9493.
9443.
9441.
9592.
9441.
9444.
9433.
9441.
9443.
9441.
9453.
9453.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9495.
9444.
9441,
9443
9432
9443,
9494,
9444
9441
9444
9495
9441,
9441
9443
9441
9443
9441
9444
9441
1989(09)
1986(74)
1994(11)
1987(77a)
1986(06)
1989(04)
1994(05)
1995(04)
1987(14)
1986(37)
1991(11)
1986(26)
1987(33)
1989(05)
1986(16)
1985(03)
1985(09)
1991(05)
1993(05)
1992(26)
1986(29)
1986(01)
1986(82)
1985(01)
1986(03)
1993(02)
1987(04)
1984(32)
1994 132)
1986(78)
1986(20)
1987(52)
1986(07)
1988(02)
1989(04)
1987(02)
1985(01)
1987 (48)
1986(73)
1986(13)
1986 (04)
1987(06)
1985(38)
1987(06)
1986(21)
1987(09)
1987(09)
1987(49)
1985(39)
/ /
/ /
08/30/89
09/30/86
09/30/94
09/30/87
05/02/86
04/26/89
07/15/94
05/25/9S
03/06/87
05/01/86
09/27/91
04/02/86
08/07/87
07/05/89
07/09/86
11/25/85
10/03/85
04/22/91
09/24/93
08/26/92
12/08/86
01/07/86
11/08/86
02/21/15
01/07/86
03/23/93
07/14/87
11/07/84
12/23/94
10/12/86
08/22/86
12/11/87
01/23/86
01/13/88
07/20/89
01/14/87
10/01/85
10/23/87
09/25/86
06/24/86
02/28/86
01/27/87
11/20/85
04/08/87
03/13/86
05/13/87
02/19/87
10/26/87
11/25/85

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REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS PERTAINING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF WASTE SOLVENTS AND USED OIL
REGULATORY STATUS OF PLASTIC CHIPS FROM RECLAMATION OF LEAD-ACID BATTERIES
REJECT SUBSTRATES CONTAINING VENADIUM PENTOXIDE REGULATION UNDER RCRA
RELISTING HAZARDOUS HASTE
RESIDUES GENERATED FROM THE TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, I.D. NUMBERS FOR
SCINTILLATION COCKTAIL, REGULATION OF LIQUID
SCRAP DEHP AND SMALL CAPACITORS CONTAINING DEHP, DISPOSAL REQUIREMENTS FOR
SILVER RECOVERY IN THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY
SOLAR CELL AND HIOH TECH INDUSTRIES HAZARDOUS HASTE
SPENT ANTI-FREEZE COOLANT REGULATORY STATUS
TOTAL CHROMIUM ANALYSIS
TREATMENT RESIDUALS OF CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE AS A LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
USED X-RAY FILM AS A SPENT MATERIAL - SILVER RECLAMATION
WASTE GENERATED DURING THE MANUFACTURE OF POLYURETHANE FOAM
WASTE SOLVENT-BASED GLUE
HASTES GENERATED FROM EXTRACTION PROCESS
WOOD TREATED WITH CREOSOTE. DISPOSAL OF
Aqueous Waste
~•AQUEOUS" AS APPLIED TO THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
~ALCOHOL-CONTENT EXCLUSION FOR THE IGNITABILITY CHARACTERISTIC
~AQUEOUS WASTE AS IGNITABLE
~POLLUTION CONTROL SLUDGE FROM TREATMENT OP MINING WASTE - EXCLUSION
AQUEOUS AS USED IN THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
AQUEOUS SOLUTION, IGNITABILITY DEFINED
CORROSIVE CHARACTERISTIC APPLIED TO LIQUID AND AQUEOUS WASTES
HANDLING AND ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES CONTAINING VOC'S
IGNITABILITY OR CORROSIVITY TESTING-LIQUID AND AQUEOUS DEFINITION
INTERPRETATION OF "AQUEOUS" AS APPLIED TO THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
INTERPRETATION OF "AQUEOUS" AS APPLIED TO THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
LIQUID AS IT APPLIES TO IGNITABLE OR CORROSIVE WASTES
PRECIPITATION WHICH IS CORROSIVE DUE TO CONTACT WITH EXEMPT WASTES (COAL GASIFICATION ASK)
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTESTREAMS FROM A PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURER
WASTES GENERATED BY COKE AND COAL TAR PLANTS
WATER/METHANOL MIXTURE WASTESTREAM
Blasting Caps
BLASTING CAPS AS REACTIVE WASTES
Corrosive Wastes
~"AQUEOUS" AS APPLIED TO THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - CORROSIVE WASTE
~POLLUTION CONTROL SLUDGE FROM TREATMENT OF MINING WASTE - EXCLUSION
AQUEOUS AS USED IN THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
BATTERIES, SCRAP METAL, AND PRECIOUS METALS
COPPER PLATING SOLUTION
COPPER PLATING SOLUTION REACTED WITH A CHELATING AGENT TO PRODUCE A COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER
CORROSIVE CHARACTERISTIC APPLIED TO LIQUID AND AQUEOUS WASTES
CORROSIVE SOLIDS, COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, REACTIVE WASTES DEFINED
CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC AS IT APPLIES TO SOLIDS
DEFINITION OF A LIQUID AS IT APPLIES TO IGNITABLE AND CORROSIVE WASTES
DEIONIZATION ACID
DELISTING PETITION OF NITROGEN TETROXIDE RINSATE
FOOD PROCESSORS, IMPACT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS ON
INTERPRETATION OF "AQUEOUS" AS APPLIED TO THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
INTERPRETATION OF "AQUEOUS" AS APPLIED TO THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
NITRIC ACID WASTE CHARACTERIZATION
9441.
9441.
9444.
9442.
9441.
9443.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9441.
9443.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9443.
9442.
9441.
9443
9443
9443
9441
9443
9443
9443
9442
9432
9443
9443
9441
9441
9441
9442
9443
1992(36)
1993(13)
1986(17)
1986(08)
1986(05)
1987(18)
1985(23)
1987(02)
1983(03)
1990(25)
1987(11)
1988(44)
1986(42)
1992(24)
1989(02)
1986(07)
1986(10)
1992(05)
1992(03)
1984(06)
1985(09)
1987(19)
1985(02)
1987(17)
1991 CIS)
,1990(01)
,1992(02)
,1993(05)
,1989(51)
,1986(31!
.1988(49)
.1987(02)
.1985(07)
9443,
9551,
9441,
9443,
9441.
9443.
9493,
9443.
9443.
9443
9443,
9443
9433
9443
9443
9443
9443
10/28/92
08/04/93
09/04/86
08/21/86
01/16/86
08/19/87
06/27/85
01/06/87
07/20/83
08/24/90
06/08/87
10/27/88
05/20/86
08/17/92
04/12/89
07/02/86
02/11/86
09/30/92
07/31/92
08/30/84
02/28/85
09/14/87
02/26/85
08/18/87
12/17/91
02/16/90
04/23/92
04/23/93
10/05/89
04/21/86
12/06/88
07/24/87
09/10/85
9443.1984(05) 09/11/84
1992(05)
1987(19)
1985(09)
1987(19)
1985(44)
1986(04)
1986(01?
1987(17)
1984(09)
1992(01)
1989(08a)
1986(11)
1990(07)
1980(02)
1992(02)
1993(05)
1989(09)
09/30/92
09/30/87
02/28/8S
09/14/87
12/18/85
01/22/86
01/22/86
08/18/87
11/29/84
03/09/92
10/05/89
05/12/86
12/21/90
09/16/80
04/23/92
04/23/93
11/17/89

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PAINTING CONTRACTOR HASTES-SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR
PRECIPITATION WHICH IS CORROSIVB DUE TO CONTACT WITH EXEMPT WASTES (COAL GASIFICATION ASH)
RECLAMATION OF SPENT ALKALINE ETCHANT-REQUEST FOR VARIANCE UNDER MOD. CLOSED-LOOP PROVISION
REGENERATION OF USED BATTERIES EXEMPTED FROM REGULATION
RESIDUAL WATER DERIVED FROM AN EXEMPT WASTE (COAL ASH) IS EXEMPT
REUSE/RECYCLE REGULATIONS IMPACT ON SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERY RECYCLING
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR CORROSIVITY
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, REUSE OF
SPENT SULFURIC ACID PICKLE LIQUOR USED TO PRODUCE FERTILIZER
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN PIPELINES LEADING TO A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
USE OF PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST TO DETERMINE FREE LIQUIDS IN A WASTE
9441.
9441.
9433.
9441.
9441.
9497
9443.
9441.
9493
9441.
9445.
1986(47)
1986(31)
1985(06)
1986(51)
1986(49)
1986(01)
1988(05)
1987(17)
1985(02)
1986(62)
1993(04)
06/02/86
04/21/86
10/29/85
07/02/86
06/16/86
02/06/86
05/02/88
03/31/87
11/14/85
08/19/86
04/19/93
Dilution
•DILUTION OF F003 WASTES	9441.1986(97)	12/30/86
•DILUTION OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTED WASTE	9551.1988(02)	05/30/88
•DILUTION TO MEET TREATMENT STANDARDS	9554.1986 (05)	12/30/86
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ASPECTS OF 40 CFR 268 DEBRIS REGULATIONS	9551.1994(01)	10/06/94
DECANNING AND CRUSHING OPERATIONS	9432.1984(03)	04/26/84
LDR DETERMINATION OF WASTE STREAM DILUTION	9551.1990(06)	10/14/90
PESTICIDES CONTAINING A 261.33(e) COMPOUND AS A SOLE ACTIVE INGREDIENT	9444.1981(05)	09/18/81
RCRA POLICY STATEMENT: LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS' DILUTION PROHIBITION AND COMBUSTION OF INORGANIC METAL-BEARING HAZARDOUS WASTES 9551.01-01	05/23/94
SOLIDIFICATION OF CALIFORNIA LIST LIQUID WASTES AND THE DILUTION PROHIBITION	9551.1987(23)	11/13/87
SOLVENT AND COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT WASTE STREAMS	9444.1989(03)	06/28/89
SUM4ARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS	9523.00-14	03/14/86
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN PIPELINES LEADING TO A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT	9441.1986 (62)	08/19/86
BP Toxicity
•EP TOXICITY FOR OILY WASTES
•EP TOXICITY TEST ON OILY WASTES
•LANDFILLS WITH EP TOXIC LEACHATE, REGULATION OF
•LDR REQUIREMENTS DURING NATIONAL CAPACITY VARIANCE
ALLOWABLE HOLDING TIMES WHEN TESTING RCRA SAMPLES
ANALYSIS OF FLUFF MATERIALS
ANALYTES TO LOOK FOR WHEN PERFORMING RCRA ANALYSIS
ANALYTICAL METHODS/EP TOXICITY TEST/REFERENCE STDS.
CALIFORNIA AUTHORIZATION - EVALUATION OF THE WASTE EVALUATION TEST
CARBON REGENERATION UNITS - REGULATORY STATUS
CHROMIUM WASTES: TRIVALENT AND HEXAVALENT, CHROMIUM IN TANNERY WASTES
CRUSHING WASTE PRIOR TO EP TEST
DELISTING TESTING REQUIREMENTS, CYANIDE AND OTHER WASTES, STEEL INDUSTRY
DETECTION LIMIT FOR EP-LEACHATE CONCENTRATION OF SELENIUM
EP TOXICITY LEVEL FOR BARIUM IN DRINKING WATER
EP TOXICITY TEST EXTRACTION MEDIUM, REQUESTED CHANGE IN
EXTRACTION PROCEDURE TOXICITY TEST
F006 WASTES, VHS AND GROUNDWATER MONITORING DATA TO EVALUATE A DELISTING PETITION FOR
FLUE DUST AND METAL HYDROXIDE SLUDGE RECYCLING/RECLAMATION
FLUFF ANALYSIS/SAMPLES
FLUFF RESIDUALS FROM FERROUS METALS RECYCLING (AUTOMOBILE SHREDDING)
FLUORESCENT AND MERCURY VAPOR LAMPS AND CLASSIFICATION USING THE EP TOXICITY TEST
GENERATOR USE OF TOTAL CONSTITUENT ANALYSIS IN LIEU OF THE EP OR TCLP TESTS
LEACH TESTING PROCEDURE TO REMOVE LEAD-CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM RESIDENTIAL AREAS
LEAD AND ARSENIC WASTES TREATMENT STANDARDS
LEAD-BASED PAINT RESIDUES AND CONTAMINATED SOILS
MERCURY DRY CELL BATTERIES AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
METHODS 1310 AND 1330: EXTRACTION PROCEDURE AND EXTRACTION PROCEDURE FOR OILY WASTE
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION RESIDUES-ASH AND SLUDGE
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION, DISPOSAL OF RESIDUAL ASH
9443.
9443.
9487.
9551.
9445.
9442.
9442.
9445.
9442.
9489.
9441.
9443.
9433.
9443.
9443.
9443.
9443.
9433 ,
9441.
9442.
9441.
9443.
9451.
9431.
9554 .
9443.
9443.
9443.
9443.
9443.
1985(08)
1984(04)
1984(04)
1990(16)
1987(04)
1991(02)
1989(03)
1984(02)
1988(03)
1991(04)
1986(24)
1987(26)
1984(06)
1986(06)
1989(03)
1985(10)
1981(01)
1987(09)
1989(10)
1989(02)
1988 (48)
1986(09)
1986 (03)
1989(01)
1990(11)
1987(28)
1986(18)
1987(14)
1986(13)
1987(06)
09/30/85
07/30/84
08/30/84
12/01/90
12/04/87
02/22/91
04/20/89
04/23/84
05/02/88
08/02/91
03/21/86
11/12/87
12/18/84
03/12/86
04/20/89
10/21/85
06/17/81
06/08/87
03/27/89
01/25/89
11/21/88
04/30/86
04/28/86
06/26/89
08/24/90
11/20/87
09/04/86
08/11/87
05/27/86
04/08/87

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PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST USED TO DETERMINE COMPLIANCE WITH THE CALIFORNIA LIST RESTRICTIONS
PAINT FILTER HASTE
PAINT WASTES AND THE SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS
RECYCLED CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE SLUDGES
RECYCLING OF MOLDING AND CASTING SANDS
REGENERATION OF USED BATTERIES EXEMPTED FROM REGULATION
REGULATORY STATUS OF BRASS PARTICLES GENERATED IN THE BELTING AND BUFFING OF BRASS CASTINGS
RESIDUES FROM U.S. NAVY SALVAGE FUEL BOILER
SILVER IN WASTES MID III SEWER DISCHARGES FROM THE PHOTO-FINISHING INDUSTRY
SILVER RECOVERY IN THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY, CHEMICAL RECOVERY CARTRIDGES FOR
SPENT SULFURIC ACID PICKLE LIQUOR USED TO PRODUCE FERTILIZER
TC RULE DELAY OF IMPOSITION ON OIL FILTERS
TOTAL CHROMIUM ANALYSIS
TOTAL CONCENTRATION USED TO DEMONSTRATE A WASTE DOES NOT EXHIBIT THE CHARACTERISTIC OF EP TOXICITY
TOTAL CONSTITUENT ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTICS OF WASTE SAMPLE
USE OF THE METHOD OF STANDARD EDITIONS
WASTE BATTERIES AND CELLS
Explosive Hastes
ASH RESIDUE GENERATED FROM INCINERATION OF K045
CLARIFICATION OF DISCARDED AMMUNITION OF 0.50 CALIBER
CORRECTIVE ACTION/PERMIT ISSUES - U.S. ARMY - ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
DEMILITARIZATION OF MUNITIONS
DETONATING EXPLOSIVE WASTES
DISCARDED CLASS C EXPLOSIVES
DOD MUNITIONS BECOME SOLID WASTE SUBJECT TO RCRA WHEN THERE IS AN INTENT TO DISPOSE OR DESTROY THEM
EMERGENCY PERMITS FOR DETONATION OF EXPLOSIVE WASTE
EXPLOSIVES PRESENTING AN IMMEDIATE SAFETY THREAT AND EXPLOSIVES STORED DURING ANALYSIS
LEAKING OR DAMAGED EXPLOSIVES
REACTIVE HASTE - EXPLOSIVITY
REGULATORY ISSUES PERTAINING TO WASTES CONTAMINATED WITH EXPLOSIVE RESIDUES
RESPONSE TO PROPOSED PROCEDURE TO DECOMMISSION ALUMINUM CHAFF ROVING BUNDLES
Ignitablllty
~ALCOHOL-CONTENT EXCLUSION FOR THE IGNITABILITY CHARACTERISTIC
~AQUEOUS WASTE AS IGNITABLE
~NATURAL GAS PIPELINE CONDENSATE AND ENERGY RECOVERY
AQUEOUS SOLUTION, IGNITABILITY DEFINED
ASTM D4982-89 (METHOD B) AS AN EQUIVALENT METHOD OF TESTING FOR IGNITABILITY
CHARACTERISTIC OF IGNITABILITY
CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE STREAMS FROM POLYMERIC COATING OPERATIONS
CLARIFICATION OF THE CHARACTERISTIC OF IGNITABILITY AS IT PERTAINS TO SOLIDS VS. LIQUIDS
CLARIFICATION ON: MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER,* F003, FOOS, D001; WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING; AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC
D001 CHARACTERISTIC WASTES - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
DEFINING IGNITABLE LIQUIDS METHOD
DEFINITION OF A LIQUID AS IT APPLIES TO IGNITABLE AND CORROSIVE HASTES
DETERMINATION OP THE IGNITABILITY CHARACTERISTIC
F003 10* RULE AND ASSOCIATED REGULATIONS
FIRE TRAINING PITS, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR
IGNITABILITY CHARACTERISTIC TESTING FOR SOLIDS
IGNITABILITY CHARACTERISTIC, DEFINITION OF UNDER STANDARD TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE
IGNITABILITY CHARACTERISTIC, DEFINITION OF UNDER STANDARD TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE
IGNITABLE SOLID DEFINITION APPLIED TO TITANIUM SWARF
MIXED SOLVENT WASTES
MIXTURE OF METHANOL AND SOLID WASTE WHICH DOES NOT EXHIBIT ANY CHARACTERISTICS
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTEWATER FROM FRAGRANCE MANUFACTURE
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE DEFINITION FOR THE CHARACTERISTIC OF IGNITABILITY AS IT PERTAINS TO SOLIDS VS. LIQUIDS
9553.
9444.
9444.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9443.
9443.
9493.
9441.
9443.
9443.
9443.
9443.
9443.
1987(15)
1982(01)
1987(17)
1985(39)
1986(01)
1986(51)
1993(15)
1987(16)
1986(15)
1987(01)
1985(02)
1991(15)
1987(11)
1989(01)
1987(33)
1987(12)
1983(05)
9441
9443
9502
9441
9443
9443
9441
9527
9527
9471
9443
9443
9444
.1987(12)
,1994(06)
.1986(09)
.1987(03)
.1987(30)
.1988(07)
.1985(31)
.1986(01)
.1988(03)
.1988(05)
.1988(10)
.199S(01)
,1994(02)
9443.
9443.
9443.
9443.
9443.
944 3.
9442.
9443.
9441.
9554.
9442.
9443.
9443.
9444.
9489.
9443.
9443.
9443.
9443.
9444.
9441.
9442.
9443.
1992(03)
1984(06)
1987(23)
19BS(02)
1992(04)
1987(07)
1995(01)
1995(03)
1994(26)
1990(02)
1991(05)
1989(08a)
1991(01)
1987(30)
1987(02)
1990(01)
1988(08)
1988(08)
1983(01)
1988(02)
1986(23)
1987 (06)
1995(02)
12/03/87
09/15/82
05/20/87
11/25/85
01/06/86
07/02/86
09/14/93
03/17/87
06/26/86
01/06/87
11/14/85
09/25/91
06/08/87
01/27/89
12/31/87
06/23/87
07/27/83
03/03/87
11/03/94
05/08/86
01/07/87
11/30/87
06/02/88
10/03/85
01/05/86
08/11/88
11/30/88
09/13/88
02/24/95
01/26/94
07/31/92
08/30/84
10/30/87
02/26/85
08/26/92
04/16/87
01/26/9S
09/19/95
09/28/94
02/22/90
03/27/91
10/05/89
09/06/91
07/21/87
07/22/87
01/30/90
09/09/88
09/09/88
01/10/83
01/20/88
03/21/86
10/26/87
08/24/95

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KEYWORD INDEX
Page Ho. 14
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS FINAL RULE
TOLUENE-LADEN FILTER RESIDUE GENERATED FROM AN INK PRODUCTION PROCESS
WATER/METHANOL MIXTURE WASTESTREAM
9S51.1990(15)
9551.1991(13)
9444.1965(09)
9443.1985(07)
12/20/90
12/20/91
06/03/85
09/10/85
Lead
•LEAD USED AS SHIELDING IN LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE HASTE DISPOSAL	9441
BLAST SLAG TESTING PROCEDURES	9442
CLEANUP LEVELS FOR LEAD AND CADMIUM IN SOILS FOR CLEAN CLOSURE	9476
EPA'S DETERMINATION ON WHETHER MICROENCAPSULATION PROCESS ADDRESSES THE REQUIREMENTS OF 40 CFR SECTION 268.45, TABLE 1	9554
FLUFF RESIDUALS FROM FERROUS METALS RECYCLING (AUTOMOBILE SHREDDING)	9441
INTERIM SOIL CLEM-UP LEVELS FOR LEAD AT SUPERFUND SITES	9502
LEACHING TESTS FOR EVALUATING SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH LEAD	9443
LEAD CONTAMINATION RESULTING FROM SKEET SHOOTING	9444
LEAD PAINT REMOVAL DEBRIS AND THE TCLP PROCEDURE	9442
LEAD-BASED PAINT RESIDUES AND CONTAMINATED SOILS	9443
LEAD-BEARING WASTES TREATMENT STANDARDS	9554
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SINCLAIR OIL, OK	9551
ON-SITE TREATMENT OF MANHOLE SEDIMENT WHICH MAY EXCEED THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC FOR LEAD	9553
PROCESSING LEAD ABATEMENT DEBRIS TO MEET HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLER'S SPECIFICATIONS	IS NOT "TREATMENT" AS DEFINED IN 40 CFR 260.10 9432
RECOVERED LEAD AND LEAD ALLOYS FROM BATTERIES	9455
RECYCLING OF MOLDING AND CASTING SANDS	9441
SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER VARIANCES	9444
SOIL CLEANUPS FOR LEAD - CLEANUP STANDARDS FOR CLEAN CLOSURE	9502
STATUS OF WASTES GENERATED FROM ABATEMENT OF LEAD-BASED PAINT	944 3
TCLP AND LEAD PAINT REMOVAL DEBRIS	9442
TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL METHODS FOR LOW-LEVEL WASTES THAT CONTAIN UNCONTAMINATED OR	RADIOACTIVE LEAD 9441
TREATMENT OF AN INHERENTLY HAZARDOUS DEBRIS THAT EXHIBITS THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC FOR LEAD AND CADMIUM	9554
USED OIL, BURNING OF OFF-SPECIFICATION FUEL - DUMPING	9441
Reactive Wastes
•SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS CONTAINING WASTEWATER WHICH BECOMES REACTIVE WHEN DRY	9443
AEROSOL PAINT AND SOLVENT CANS DEMONSTRATION OF REACTIVITY	9441
ASH RESIDUE GENERATED FROM INCINERATION OF K045	9441
AVAILABILITY OF CRITERIA USED TO EVALUATE THE CHARACTERISTIC OF REACTIVITY	9443
BATTERIES, SCRAP METAL, AND PRECIOUS METALS	9441
BLASTING CAPS AS REACTIVE WASTES	9443
CHEMICAL AGENTS GB, VX, AND HX AT MUNITIONS DISPOSAL FACILITY	9443
CLARIFICATION OF DISCARDED AMMUNITION OF 0.50 CALIBER	9443
CLARIFICATION ON THE LEVEL OF SULFIDE FOR DETERMINING IF A WASTE IS HAZARDOUS UNDER THE REACTIVITY CHARACTERISTIC	9443
CORROSIVE SOLIDS, COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, REACTIVE WASTES DEFINED	9443
CYANIDE-SALT CONTAINING WASTES IN METAL HEAT TREATING OPERATIONS	9444
DETONATING EXPLOSIVE WASTES	9443
DISCARDED CLASS C EXPLOSIVES	9443
DOD MUNITIONS BECOME SOLID WASTE SUBJECT TO RCRA WHEN THERE IS AN INTENT TO DISPOSE OR DESTROY THEM	9441
HYDROGEN SULFIDE WASTE IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT - REACTIVITY CHARACTERISTIC	9443
POPPING FURNACES-DOD DISPOSAL OP OUTDATED ORDNANCE BY INCINERATION - METALS RECOVERY	9441
RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION OF SPENT NUCLEAR REACTOR FUELS	9442
REACTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF DISCHARGED LI/S02 BATTERIES	9443
REACTIVE WASTE - EXPLOSIVITY	9443
REGULATORY ISSUES PERTAINING TO WASTES CONTAMINATED WITH EXPLOSIVE RESIDUES	9443
SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION REACTIVITY, OFF SPECIFICATION	9443
SPENT IRON SPONGE REGULATION AND TREATMENT	9443
SULFIDE REACTIVITY CHARACTERISTIC	9443
,1992(12)
1989(09)
1988(02a)
,1995(02)
.1988(48)
.1990(01)
,1987(24)
.1993(04)
.1991(12)
,1987(28)
.1990(06)
,1990(12)
.1994(01)
.1994(03)
.1991(03!
.1986(01)
,1988(14)
.1989(02)
,1994(03)
,1991(10)
,1987(52)
.1993(02)
.1986(40)
1983(02)
1987(77)
1987(12)
1993(03)
1985(44)
1984(05)
1984(03)
1994(06)
1993(07)
,1984(09)
.1984(01)
.1987(30)
.1988(07)
.1985(31)
,1987(31)
,1983(04)
,1993(04)
.1987(05)
.1988(10)
.1995(01)
.1984(10)
.1986(02)
.1985(04)
05/31/92
11/03/89
03/02/88
09/19/95
11/21/88
05/07/90
11/05/87
09/23/93
08/30/91
11/20/87
06/25/90
11/08/90
06/23/94
10/07/94
12/10/91
01/06/86
08/26/88
05/25/89
05/24/94
07/03/91
06/26/87
11/18/93
07/31/86
01/30/83
09/30/87
03/03/87
03/03/93
12/18/85
09/11/84
06/04/84
11/03/94
11/08/93
11/29/84
03/05/84
11/30/87
06/02/88
10/03/85
12/07/87
06/08/83
11/22/93
03/18/87
09/13/88
02/24/95
11/30/84
01/17/86
07/16/85
TCLP
~FILTERS USED TO RECLAIM CFC REFRIGERANT
9441.1992(32)
09/30/92

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•MIXTURES OF USED OIL AND CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE
9443.1993(02!
02/28/93
•PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED MEDIA AND DEBRIS UNDER THE TC UST TEMPORARY DEFERAL
9441.1990(31!
10/01/90
•REMOVAL OF TC WASTE PROM A SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
9443.1991(02)
11/01/91
~USE OF TOTAL HASTE ANALYSIS IN TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC DETERMINATIONS
9445.1994(01)
01/31/94
ACTIVATED CARBON CANISTERS SATURATED WITH SPENT SOLVENTS
9441.1986(54)
07/15/86
ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR CONDUCTING TESTING UNDER THE TC RULE
9442.1991(1?)
10/01/91
APPROPRIATENESS OF THE EP/TCLP SIMULATION OF CO-DISPOSAL SITUATION FOR MINING WASTES
9571.198S(01)
10/03/85
BIAS CORRECTION APPLIED TO THE TCLP
9442.1990(02)
11/08/90
CCA TREATED WOOD WHEN DISPOSED
9441.1991(11)
06/28/91
CHARACTERISTIC TESTS FOR DETERMINING THE HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTICS OF MINING WASTES
9443.1985(09)
10/03/85
DIGESTION OF EP AND TCLP EXTRACTS PRIOR TO METAL ANALYSIS
9443.1989(10)
12/13/89
DILUTION OF TEST SAMPLING
9442.1991(04)
03/25/91
ELECTRIC UTILITY POLES
9441,1990(21)
07/19/90
EP TOXICITY TEST EXTRACTION MEDIUM, REQUESTED CHANGE IN
9443.1985(10)
10/21/85
EXEMPTION FROM PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION STEP IN TCLP
9442.1991(13)
10/09/91
GENERATOR USE OF TOTAL CONSTITUENT ANALYSIS IN LIEU OF THE EP OR TCLP TESTS
9451.1906(03)
04/28/86
GLASS FIBER FILTERS FOR USE IN CONDUCTING THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC LEACHING PROCEDURE (TCLP)
9443.1986(19)
09/30/86
HAZARDOUS WASTE TESTING ISSUES
9443.1993(01)
01/18/93
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT USED IN CONDUCTING THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC LEACHING PROCEDURE (TCLP)
9443.1986(1?)
09/03/86
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT USED TO RUN THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC LEACHING PROCEDURE (TCLP)
9443.1986(10)
05/05/86
LEACH TESTING PROCEDURE TO REMOVE LEAD-CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM RESIDENTIAL AREAS
9431.1989(01)
06/26/89
LEACHING TESTS FOR EVALUATING SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH LEAD
9443.1987(24)
11/0S/87
LEAD AND ARSENIC WASTES TREATMENT STANDARDS
9554.1990(11)
08/24/90
LEADED PAINT SANDBLASTING WASTE TESTING USING TCLP
9442.1991(01)
01/08/91
LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS FROM NEWLY IDENTIFIED TC WASTES
9528.1990(02)
07/11/90
MATERIALS USED IN FERTILIZER PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
9493.1991(04)
10/11/91
MATERIALS USED IN FERTILIZER PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
9493.1991(05)
10/11/91
MATRIX SPIKE IN TCLP PROCEDURE
9442.1991(03)
03/19/91
METHODOLOGIES EMPLOYED IN USED OIL SAMPLING
9442.1991(11)
07/09/91
MOBILE TREATMENT UNITS QUALIFIED TOR INTERIM STATUS
9528.1991(02)
02/27/91
MODIFICATIONS TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM UNDER EXCLUSION
9441.1991(01!
01/03/91
PETROLEUM REFINING WASTES AND EXEMPTIONS FOR WWTUa
9483.1990(03)
09/20/90
POTENTIALLY CONFLICTING REGULATION OF INFILTRATION GALLERIES BY THE OGWDW AND OSW
9521.1991(01)
08/27/91
QC REVIEW OF PERMIT DATA
9442.1990(04)
11/01/90
RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION OF SPENT NUCLEAR REACTOR FUELS
9442.1993(04!
11/22/93
REGULATIONS FOR DISPOSAL OF CERAMIC MATERIALS
9441.1992(22)
07/21/92
REINJECTION OF GROUNDWATER DURING AUTHORIZED CLEANUP ACTIVITIES
9522.1993(01)
03/04/93
REVISIONS TO THE TCLP
9443.1993(04)
04/02/93
SHELL OIL FACILITY - TC COMPLIANCE
9431.1991(02)
05/09/91
SLUDGES WITHIN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, NEWLY REGULATED DUE TO TC RULE
9484.1991(01)
03/08/91
TC APPLICABILITY TO MIXED WASTE
9441.1991(02)
02/12/91
TC RULE - IMPLEMENTATION
9441.1990(29)
10/01/90
TC RULE HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION
9441.1991(12)
07/31/91
TC RULE RELATIONSHIP TO USED OIL FILTER DISPOSAL
9451.1991(03)
04/16/91
TCLP EXTRACTIONS APPLIED TO LIQUID WASTES, OILS AND SOLVENT-BASED PRODUCTS
9442.1991(14)
10/29/91
TCLP EXTRACTIONS AS THEY APPLY TO OILY WASTE
9442.1991(08)
06/13/91
TCLP IN THE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS PROGRAM AND HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM
9443.1987(29!
11/18/87
TCLP PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION EXEMPTION FOR MUNITIONS
9442.1991(16!
05/01/91
UNDERGROUND INJECTION WELLS USED IN HYDROCARBON RECOVERY
9521.1991(02)
08/30/91
USE OF PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED SOILS AS AN INGREDIENT IN ASPHALT BATCHING
9493.1991(02)
06/20/91
USED AUTOMOBILE ANTIFREEZE DISPOSAL
9442.1991(IB)
12/19/91
USED OIL FILTERS - REGULATION
9441.1990(30)
10/30/90
USED OIL FILTERS, REGULATORY DETERMINATION
9442.1990(05)
10/30/90
WASTE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR ZINC-CARBON BATTERIES
9441.1993(09)
05/06/93
Toxicity
~USB OF TOTAL HASTE ANALYSIS IN TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC DETERMINATIONS
9445.1994(01)
01/31/94

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RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION OF SPENT NUCLEAR REACTOR FUELS
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT ANTIFREEZE
CHEMICAL DEODORANTS
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
CHEMICAL STABILIZATION
(See Treatment)
CHLORINATION TANK
(See Listed Hazardous Haste)
CHROMIUM
(See Exclusions)
CIVIL ENFORCEMENT
(See Enforcement) (See also Compliance)
CLEAN AIR ACT
(See also Incineration, Used Oil, TSDFs)
BIF REGULATIONS EFFECTS ON INDUSTRIAL BOILER
GASEOUS EMISSIONS FROM LANDFILLS
INCINERATORS THAT RECEIVE GASEOUS EMISSIONS, RCRA EXCLUSION, CAA APPLIES
RESIDUES FROM MUNICIPAL HASTE RESOURCE RECOVERY FACILITIES
CLEAN CLOSURE
(See Closure Process)
CLEAN HATER ACT
(See also Exclusions)
DETERMINATION OF EQUIVALENT TREATMENT (DET) FOR 8 OF THE WASTE CODES FROM A TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (TDI) TREATABILITY GROUP
ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM HOOD PRESERVING PLANTS
HOOD PRESERVING MID SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
NPDIS Facilities
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED HASTES TO SURFACE WATERS. MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR ZERO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT EXEMPTION
Wastewater
•BDAT FOR WASTEWATER
~MIXTURE RULE - DISCHARGES TO WASTEWATER
•ZERO DISCHARGE AT FACILITIES AND SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, RCRA EXCLUSION, CWA APPLIES
ANTARCTICA WASTE DISPOSAL PRACTICES
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITY, MIXTURE OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTES (CALCON)
CLARIFICATION OF RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS AS THEY APPLY TO WASTEHATER TREATMENT ACTIVITIES
EXEMPTION FOR WASTEWATER DISCHARGES AND GENERATOR ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS
FILTER PRESS PROPOSED AS PART OF CORRECTIVE ACTION - NOT EXCLUDED FROM PERMITTING
INTERPRETATION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEHATER DISCHARGE EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE
9442.1993(04)
9441.1994(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9488.1991<03}
9487.1986(03)
9441.1964(15)
9487.1986(08)
XREF
XREF
9SS4.1994(06)
9444.1986(07)
9441.1986(28)
9441.1986(07)
9471.1989(01)
9431.1989(02)
9432
9S22
9441
9442
9441
9592
9441
9433
9441
1986(16)
1987(02)
1984(14)
.1989(04)
,1986(33)
,1994(02)
1987(96)
.1987(10)
.1995(05)
11/22/93
01/21/94
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
09/23/91
03/06/86
07/31/84
05/27/86
/ /
/ /
10/24/94
04/07/86
04/07/86
01/23/86
03/20/89
09/26/89
12/30/86
12/30/87
05/30/84
04/26/89
04/23/86
03/22/94
12/10/87
06/12/87
02/17/95
•rru

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LAND DISPOSAL OF SOLVENTS
REACTOR VESSEL WASHOUT CONTAINING TRACE AMOUNTS OF SOLVENT
SAMPLING LOCATION IN A SEPARATOR - THICKENER TREATMENT TRAIN AND THE MIXTURE ROLE
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS VIS-A-VIS NPDES-PERMITTED DISCHARGE POINTS
HASTES COVERED UNDER THE DIOXIN LISTING
WASTES GENERATED IN A PROCESS USING METHYLENE CHLORIDE TO RECOVER ALKALOIDS FROM PLANT MATTER
WASTEWATERS EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF F021 FOR PCP MANUFACTURE
CLEANUP STANDARDS
{See Corrective Action!
9453
9444
9433
9464
9444
9441
9444
1987(09!
1987(49)
1986(11)
1986(09)
1986(23)
1986(52)
1987(39)
12/10/87
10/26/87
04/24/86
12/29/86
10/21/86
07/02/86
09/02/87
/ /
CLOSURE
(See Interim Status Process)
CLOSURE PLAN
(See Closure Process)
CLOSURE PROCESS
(See also Interim Status Process, Post-Closure, TSDFs)
~CLOSURE OF INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
~CORRECTIVE ACTION BEYOND FACILITY BOUNDARY - FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENT
~LEASING OF PROPERTY PRIOR TO CLOSURE
•MIXED RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE, DISPOSAL OP
•PERSONNEL TRAINING DURING POST-CLOSURE
•TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF USTa
3008 (h) ORDERS OR POST-CLOSURE PERMITS AT CLOSING FACILITIES, USE OF
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
DELAY OF CLOSURE PERIOD FOR HWM FACILITIES
DELAY OF CLOSURE RULE PREAMBLE LANGUAGE, CORRECTION
FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS - CERTIFYING CLOSURE
GROUNDWATER QUALITY AT CLOSURE
LAND DISPOSAL UNIT CLOSURE CLARIFICATION OF PROPOSED AND PROMULGATED RULES
POST-CLOSURE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS (ARMCO STEEL)
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS
RCRA PROGRAM DIRECTIONS - PRIORITY TO ENVIRONMENTALLY SIGNIFICANT FACILITIES
RD&D PERMITS - POLICY GUIDANCE
RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
SUMMARY OP ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING AND TIME ALLOWED FOR CLOSURE
TRANSFER OF A HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE OPERATION TO A NEW SITE
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
Clean Closure
•CLEAN CLOSURE
•CLEAN CLOSURE OF INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT AND WASTE PILE
CLEAN CLOSURE AND DISPOSAL OF AN INCINERATOR
CLEANUP LEVELS FOR LEAD AND CADMIUM IN SOILS FOR CLEAN CLOSURE
CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE ISSUES FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
DEMONSTRATING EQUIVALENCE OF PART 265 CLEAN CLOSURE WITH PART 264 REQUIREMENTS
EFFECTIVE DATES FOR CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED WASTES PER 03/19/87 CLEAN CLOSURE REGULATION
GROUNDWATER MONITORING AT CLEAN CLOSING SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT t WASTE PILE UNITS
XREF
XREF
XREF
9484.
9502.
9528.
9431.
9523.
9483.
9502.
9476.
9476.
9476.
9477.
9476.
9476.
9522.
9476.
9501.
9503.
9502.
9523.
9523.
9523.
9484.
9528.
9441.
1987(04)
1986(10)
1983(03)
1988(02!
1985(05)
1989(05)
00-7
00-12
1989(01)
1989(02)
1990(02)
1985(02)
1985(05)
1986(03)
1985(04)
1987(02)
50-1A
1987(05)
00-17
00-14
00-12
00-Sa
1986(03)
1986(28)
9476
9522
9488
9476
9476
9476
9476
9476
.1987(03)
.1988(01)
.1987(04)
,1988(02a)
,1987(08)
,00-18
,00-16
,00-14
/ /
/ /
/ /
04/30/87
05/30/86
09/30/83
01/30/88
10/30/85
10/30/89
03/08/88
02/02/88
05/16/89
08/22/89
05/28/90
08/27/85
12/13/85
11/20/86
09/25/85
12/14/87
12/23/85
04/02/87
09/02/88
03/14/86
03/30/87
10/15/88
03/03/86
04/07/86
06/30/87
02/28/88
06/12/87
03/02/88
12/17/87
05/12/89
04/01/88
03/31/88

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REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF OBJECTION TO CLEAN-CLOSURE EQUIVALENCY PETITION FOR STEEL ABRASIVES, INC.
SOIL BACKGROUND LEVELS AS CLEAN CLOSURE STANDARDS, USE OF
SOIL CLEANUPS FOR LEAD - CLEANUP STANDARDS FOR CLEAN CLOSURE
Closure Plan
•CLOSURE PLAN PUBLIC COfMBNT PERIOD FOR INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
•CLOSURE PLANS - APPEALS
•CONTINGENT CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE PLANS FOR TANKS
•POST-CLOSURE PLANS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
CALL-IN OF STORAGE AND TREATMENT APPLICATIONS
CLARIFICATION OF THE CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES
CLOSURE PLAN COfMENTS/ISSUES (CRUCIBLE STEEL)
CLOSURE PLAN FOR THE HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE UNITS AT VERTAC'S SHUTDOWN MANUFACTURING PLANT
DEADLINES APPLICABLE TO PROPOSED DELAY OF CLOSURE REGULATION, GUIDANCE
DELISTING PETITION-STEEL FACILITY, REQUIREMENTS FOR CLOSURE PLAN
INDEPENDENT REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER'S CERTIFICATION
PERMITTING UNITS OR FACILITIES THAT HAVE LOST INTERIM STATUS
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
SUWtAR* OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
Closure Requirements
~CERTIFICATION OF CLOSURE
•CONVERSION OF PERMITTED OR INTERIM STATUS UNITS TO GENERATOR ACCUMULATION UNITS
•ESTIMATED CLOSURE DATES IN PART B PERMIT APPLICATIONS
•FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS/CLOSURE COSTS
•GENERATOR CLOSURE/FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TANK SYSTEMS
~HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE
•RETROFITTING SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
CLARIFICATION OF THE CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES
CLOSURE & POST-CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS REGARDING HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES
CLOSURE AFTER CESSATION OF RECEIPT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
CLOSURE COST ESTIMATES
CLOSURE COST ESTIMATES BASED ON THIRD PARTY COSTS
CLOSURE ISSUES RELATED TO WOOD PRESERVING PLANTS
CLOSURE OF A DOE SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT THAT LOST INTERIM STATUS
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS AT FACILITIES HAVING DELISTING EXCLUSIONS REVOKED
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF STORAGE TANKS
CLOSURE STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LAND TREATMENT UNITS
CLOSURE/POST-CLOSURE REGULATIONS/PARTIAL CLOSURE (EMELLE.ALI
ESTIMATED CLOSURE DATES IN PERMIT APPLICATIONS
FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REGULATIONS RELATED TO BANKRUPTCY (LTV)
INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS & CLEAN CLOSED WASTE PILES, CODIFICATION RULE 12/01/87
NEUTRALIZATION SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, GROUNDWATER MONITORING FOR CLOSURE OF INTERIM-STATUS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT CLOSURE, APPLICABILITY OF 3005 (i) OF RCRA TO
TEMPORARY PERIOD AND HOLDING DEFINED
Closure Standards
•CONVERSION OF PERMITTED OR INTERIM STATUS UNITS TO GENERATOR ACCUMULATION UNITS
CLOSURE PERFORMANCE STANDARD
FACILITY TRANSFER/RECONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS
Partial Closure
•AMENDING.CLOSURE PLANS TO ADDRESS PARTIAL CLOSURE
•TANK REPLACEMENT
9476.1990(01)
9476.1988(03a)
9502.1989(02)
9476
9476
9483
9476
9528
9476
9476
9488
9476
9433
9476
9S28
9523
9523
9476
952S
9S23
9477
9483
9476
9476
9476
9476
9476
9477
9477
9476
9484
9476
9483
9476
9476
9523
9477
9522
9484
9476
9522
1987(07)
1986(Ola)
1987(08)
1988(03)
1988(06)
1993(01)
1984(05)
,1987(011
1988(04)
1986(07)
1993(02)
,1986(11)
00-18
00-15
1987(05)
1996(01)
1984(03)
1986(11)
1989(01)
1986(02)
1986(04)
1993(01)
1983(02)
1986(03)
1983(03)
1984(01)
1984(04)
1986(02)
1988(01)
1987(03)
1991(01)
1986(01)
,1984(01)
1986(12)
1988(05)
.1986(03)
.1987(01)
.1986(01)
9525.1996(01)
9476.00-13
9477.1986(01)
9521.1985(01)
9476.1985(01)
9477.1988(03)
06/04/90
05/27/88
05/25/89
11/30/87
08/30/86
05/30/87
04/30/88
04/19/88
05/28/93
09/18/84
02/09/87
05/31/88
03/18/86
06/04/93
12/10/86
03/14/89
03/30/88
09/30/87
01/31/96
04/30/84
06/30/86
04/30/89
09/30/86
10/30/86
05/28/93
01/11/83
10/08/86
12/09/83
01/12/84
08/07/84
04/02/86
01/29/88
04/08/87
05/02/91
05/08/86
01/17/84
07/23/86
11/30/88
04/09/86
06/09/87
09/01/86
01/31/96
02/08/88
01/03/86
09/25/85
06/30/85
07/30/88

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Permitting
•AMENDING CLOSURE PLANS TO ADDRESS PARTIAL CLOSURE
•INTERIM STATUS CLOSURE CERTIFICATION
PERMITTING UNITS CREATED FOR FACILITY CLOSURE
Public Participation
•CLOSURE PLAN PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CLOSURE PLAN APPROVAL
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
(See Closure Process)
CLOSURE STANDARDS
(See Closure Process)
9476.1985(01!
9476.1984{03)
9476.1985(03)
9476.1987(07)
9476.1989(03)
XREF
XREF
06/30/85
03/30/84
09/11/85
11/30/87
09/07/89
/ /
/ /
COAL
(See Mining Haste)
COAL TAR/COKE
(See also Hazardous Waste Fuels)
•COKE AND COAL TAR RECYCLABLE MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE WASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE WASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)
REGULATORY STATUS OF CENTRIFUGE UNDERFLOW WASTES
REGULATOR* STATUS OF COAL TAR DISTILLATES
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS AT IRON WD STEEL MILLS AS PRODUCTS OR WASTE FUELS, INFORMATION REQUIRED
WASTES GENERATED BY COKE AND COAL TAR PLANTS
COLLECTION PROGRAMS
(See Household Hazardous Waste)
C0W4ERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
(See Listed Hazardous Waste)
COMPATIBILITY
(See also Containers, Liners, Minimum Technology Requirements, Tank System)
BULKING AND CONSOLIDATING SHIPMENTS OF COMPATIBLE WASTES WITH DIFFERENT HAZARDOUS CODES
CONTAINERS STORING HAZARDOUS WASTE, REQUIREMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
TRD INDICATING THAT ETHANOL AND STAINLESS STEEL ARE COMPATIBLE
XREF
XREF
9441.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9441,
9441.
9442.
1989(04)
1987(75)
1987(98)
1993(02)
1992(20)
1986(08)
1987(02)
XREF
XREF
XREF
9461.1985(01)
9482.1986(01)
9523.00-12
9483.1987(12)
I /
/ /
02/28/89
09/04/87
12/24/87
04/20/93
07/09/92
01/24/86
07/24/87
/ /
/ /
/ /
09/19/85
01/21/86
03/30/87
07/29/87
COMPLIANCE
(See also Enforcement, Interim Status Process)
~GROUNDWATER MONITORING - COMPLIANCE PERIOD/POST-CLOSURE CARE PERIOD
•RCRA COMPLIANCE ORDERS
213 OF HSWA, REQUIREMENTS - PERMIT ISSUANCE AND CERTIFICATION OP COMPLIANCE .
EPA AUTHORITY TO CONSIDER PERMIT APPLICANT HISTORY OF COMPLIANCE WITH RCRA
GUIDANCE ON WHETHER GENERATORS MUST POST "NO SMOKING" SIGNS WHEN A FACILITY HAS A "TOBACCO-FREE" POLICY
PERMIT COMPLIANCE/ENFORCEMENT ISSUES (REG. X)
XREF
9481.1988(03!
9523.1986(031
9522.1985(03)
9523.1991(01)
9472.1995(01)
9522.00-3
/ /
04/30/88
08/30/86
07/05/8S
03/13/91
06/08/95
11/13/87

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PERMIT REQUIREMENTS, THERMEX ENERGY/RADIAN
PHYSICAL COMPLIANCE IN GROUNDWATER MONITORING, DEFINITION
Inspections
•INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS HASTE TANKS
•LABORATORY AUDIT INSPECTION
•RCRA INSPECTIONS
INSPECTION AUTHORITY UNDER SECTION 3007 OF RCRA
COMPLIANCE MONITORING
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
COMPLIANCE SCHEDULES
(See also Corrective Action, Enforcement, State Authorization)
COMPLIANCE SCHEDULES IN RCRA PERMITS
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES, NATIONAL PRIORITIES
INSTALLATION RESTORATION PROGRAM (IRP) - DOD
INSTALLATION RESTORATION PROGRAM (IRP) - DOD
COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS
(See Hazardous Waste Identification!
CONDITIONALLY EXEMPT SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR
(See Generators)
9521.1987(01)
9481.1985(04)
9483.1987(06)
9431.1987(03)
9504.1985(01)
9504.1986(02)
XREF
XREF
9524.1984(01)
9502.1986(04)
9502.1986(20)
9502.1986(20)
XREF
XREF
08/07/87
10/30/85
05/30/87
07/30/87
05/31/85
04/17/86
/ /
/ /
10/05/84
02/13/86
12/08/86
12/08/86
/ /
/ /
CONSTRUCTION
(See also Interim Status Process)
•CONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS - RECONSTRUCTION LIMIT WHERE SOME UNITS HAVE CLOSED
•CONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS WHERE ORIGINAL UNITS ARE CLOSED
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING HELL CONSTRUCTION
•PERMIT MODIFICATION
•RCRA PERMITS FOR MOBILE TREATMENT UNITS
CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW INCINERATOR WITH THE CHANGES DOTING INTERIM STATUS
DESTRUCTION OF DIOXIN CONTAMINATED SOIL USING MOBILE INCINERATION
IN-EXISTENCE AND UNDER CONSTRUCTION-DEFINITIONS
SPENT FLUIDIZED BED MEDIA AND CHANGES UNDER INTERIM STATUS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
New Unit
BIF RULE APPLIED TO NEWLY REGULATED UNITS AT INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
EXISTING UNITS UNDER HSWA-APPLICABILITY OF MTR TO EXPANSIONS
INTERIM STATUS OF PROPOSED LANDFILL CELLS
PERMITTING UNITS CREATED FOR FACILITY CLOSURE
XREF
9528.
9528.
9481.
9525.
9523.
9528.
9488.
9432.
9444.
9523.
9523.
1987(04)
1987(03)
1985(05)
1985(01)
1986(01)
1986(07)
1986(05)
1989(02)
1986(28)
00-12
00-15
9528.1991(01)
9432.1985(04)
9487.1981(01)
9476.1985(03)
/ /
03/30/87
03/30/87
10/30/85
10/30/85
03/30/86
09/19/86
04/24/86
05/16/89
12/05/86
03/30/87
03/30/88
08/07/91
08/30/85
03/12/81
09/11/85
CONTAINED-IN
•GROUNDWATER "CONTAINED IN" POLICY
•HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION
CLARIFICATION OF THE -MIXTURE RULE," THE
CLARIFICATION OF THE RCRA "CONTAINED-IN"
"CONTAINED-IN"
POLICY
POLICY, LDR ISSUES, AND "POINT OF GENERATION" FOR U096
XREF
9441.1990(13b)
9441.1990(13c)
9551.1996(01)
9441.1995(32)
/ /
05/31/90
05/31/90
02/27/96
09/15/95

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ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA CONTAMINATED WITH RCRA-LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
EPA'S CURRENT CONTAINED-IN POLICY AS IT APPLIES TO ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA THAT CONTAIN P-
REGULATORY STATUS OF SOILS CONTAMINATED FROM RELEASES OF COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
AND 0- LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTES
9441.1989130) 06/19/89
9444.1995(OX i 02/17/95
9441,1992(34) 10/15/92
CONTAINERS
*ADDING ABSORBENT TO WASTE CONTAINERS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS/CONTAINERS - CAPACITY OF SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
~LAB PACKS AT GENERATOR SITES
~LEAD USED AS SHIELDING IN LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL
•RELEASES FROM 90-DAY ACCUMULATION TANKS
ABSORBENTS FOR CONTAINERIZED LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTES, USE OF
ACCUMULATION AND TREATMENT OF WASTES ON-SITE/PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
APPLICABILITY OF A PROPOSED HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATION TO CERTAIN DOE RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES
CLARIFICATION OF REGULATORY LANGUAGE WITH RESPECT TO PERMITTED HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTAINER STORAGE FACILITIES
CONTAINERIZED AND BULK HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS IN RCRA LANDFILLS
CONTAINERS CLEANING OTHER THAW TRIPLE RINSING - PAPER BAGS
CONTAINERS FOR SAFE AND ECONOMICAL STORAGE, TRANSPORT, AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, DEVELOPMENT OF
CONTAINERS STORING HAZARDOUS WASTE, REQUIREMENTS
CORRECTIVE ACTION/PERMIT ISSUES - U.S. ARMY - ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
EFFECTS OF THE SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR RULE ON VARIOUS GENERATOR WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
EMPTY CONTAINER RULE APPLIED TO TANKER OR VACUUM TRUCKS
LAB PACKS - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS ASPECTS
ON-SITE TREATMENT BY GENERATORS UNDER 262.34
ON-SITE TREATMENT EXEMPTION, REINTERPRETATION OF
PERMITTING OF TREATMENT ACTIVITIES IN A GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS OR CONTAINERS
PESTICIDE DISPOSAL BY FARMERS AND CONTAINER MANAGEMENT
REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TRANSFER OPERATIONS
REGULATORY STATUS OF BATTERY CARCASSES
REGULATORY STATUS OF MERCURY BATTERIES
RESIDUES REMAINING IN EMPTY CONTAINERS, BURNING OF
SATELLITE ACCUMULATION
SATELLITE ACCUMULATION AREA AND REGULATIONS
SPECIAL MATERIALS DISPOSED OF IN LANDFILLS: BATTERIES, CAPACITORS, LAB PACKS
TANK TREATMENT PROCESSES
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS FINAL RULE
TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL METHODS FOR LOW-LEVEL WASTES THAT CONTAIN UNCONTAMINATED OR RADIOACTIVE LEAD
TREATMENT IN ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS ALLOWED FOR ALL GENERATORS SUBJECT TO 262.34
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS
USED OIL FILTERS - REGULATION
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
Empty
•CONTAINER RESIDUE, REGULATION OF
~EMPTY CONTAINERS
~EMPTY CONTAINERS, POURING ADDITIONAL WASTE FROM
•WASTE IDENTIFICATION
ACETONE AND METHANOL CONTAMINATED WASHWATERS
CLARIFICATION OF THE REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS
CONTAINERS THAT HELD COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, DEFINITION OF EMPTY
CONTAINERS, TRIPLE RINSING FOR FERTILIZER
CONTAINERS, TRIPLE RINSING OF EMPTY
CONTAINERS, TYPES OF EMPTY - RESIDUE HANDLING
DISCARDED OFF-GAS PIPING, EQUIPMENT, AND OFF-GAS SCRUBBER SOLUTION FROM A TANK SYSTEM
EMPTY CONTAINER RULE APPLIED TO TANKER OR VACUUM TRUCKS
XREF
9453.
9483.
9453.
9441.
9453.
9487.
9453.
9482.
9482.
9487.
9441.
9482.
9482.
9502.
9451.
9441.
9551.
9453.
9453.
9453.
9457.
9461.
9441.
9443.
9441.
9453.
9453.
9487.
9483.
9551
9551
9441
9453
9453
9441
9441
1990(02)
1988(14)
1988(02)
1992(12)
1986(05)
1985(05)
1986(01)
1994(01)
.1995(01)
.1986(12)
.1985(15)
.1985(01)
.1986 (01)
.1986(09)
.1986 (01)
.1986(02)
.1990(02)
.1987(03)
.1987(08)
.1986(04)
.1987(01)
.1989(OX)
.1993(23)
.1994(02)
.1986(04)
.1989(07)
.1987(01)
.1986(13)
.1990(02)
.1990(15)
.1991(13)
.1987(52)
.1986(07)
.1991(02)
.1990(30)
.1986(28)
9441
9441
9441
9441
9444
9592
9441
9441
9441
9441
9442
9441
1983(07)
1986(98)
1984(38)
1987(77a)
1989(05)
1994(08)
1984(26)
1984(18)
1983(10)
1984(25)
1993(01)
1986 (02)
/ /
07/30/90
06/30/88
01/30/88
05/31/92
08/30/86
09/20/85
04/16/86
09/02/94
06/30/95
12/30/86
05/20/85
11/26/85
01/21/86
05/08/86
03/17/86
01/07/86
08/08/90
07/01/87
12/15/87
07/25/86
03/2S/87
01/03/89
11/10/93
02/04/94
01/07/86
07/13/89
02/22/87
12/31/86
08/15/90
12/20/90
12/20/91
06/26/87
12/05/86
09/20/91
10/30/90
04/07/86
09/01/83
12/31/86
12/30/84
09/30/87
07/21/89
09/12/94
09/11/84
08/01/84
12/13/83
09/10/84
09/20/93
01/07/86

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EMPTY CONTAINERS REGULATORY STATUS
EMPTY DRUMS CONTAINING METALLIC NICKEL OR NICKEL OXIDE
EMPTY TANK CARS THAT CONTAINED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT
INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT THAT FORMERLY CONTAINED HAZARDOUS HASTE
PESTICIDE DISPOSAL BY FARMERS AND CONTAINER MANAGEMENT
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL CAMS
REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPOSAL OF DISCHARGED K-44 CYANIDE CAPSULES THAT ORIGINALLY CONTAINED A SODIUM CYANIDE PESTICIDE
RESIDUES REMAINING IN EMPTY CONTAINERS, BURNING OF
STEAM-SPRAYING OF AN EMPTY TANK
TANK CARS AND DRUMS, DEFINITION OF EMPTY
TRIPLE-RINSING REQUIREMENT APPLICABLE TO CONTAINERS HOLDING RESIDUES FROM TOE INCINERATION OF ACUTE HAZARDOUS WASTES
UNRINSED CONTAINERS WHICH FORMERLY CONTAINED AN UNUSED FORMULATION OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL
CONTAINMENT
(See Secondary Containment)
CONTAINMENT BUILDINGS
•CONTAINMENT BUILDINGS AS GENERATOR ACCUMULATION UNITS
~CONTAINMENT BUILDINGS AS INDEPENDENT HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS
CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
CONTAMINATED MEDIA
(See Hazardous Haste Identification Rule)
CONTAMINATED SOIL
(See Hazardous Haste Identification) (See also Corrective Action)
CONTINGENCY PLAN
CONTINGENCY PLANS-INFORMATION SUBMISSION
DRIPPAGB IN HOOD PRESERVING STORAGE YARDS
Spills
•MULTISOURCE LEACHATE (F039) HASTE CODE AS IT APPLIES TO CONTAMINATION FROM SPILLS
RESPONSES TO ACCIDENTAL SPILLS OF LISTED OR CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS HASTES
CONTINUING RELEASES
(See Corrective Action)
CONTINUOUS EMISSIONS MONITORS (CEMs)
(See Boilers and Industrial Furnaces)
CORPORATE GUARANTEE
(See Financial Responsibility)
94 32
9441
9441
9441
94 57
9442
9442
9441
9441
9441
9431
9444
1990(03)
1985(19)
1985(41)
1991(16)
1987(01!
1993(02)
1993(05)
1986(04)
1990(10)
1984(34)
1993(01)
1986(03)
XRBP
XREF
9453.1994(01)
9482.1993(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9474.1984(01)
9489.1991(02)
9444.1991(06)
9471.1986(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
09/13/90
OS/31/85
12/12/85
10/22/91
03/25/87
10/07/93
12/23/93
01/07/86
04/10/90
11/28/84
07/28/93
02/12/86
/ /
/ /
09/30/94
11/30/93
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
09/10/84
05/31/91
11/01/91
09/29/86
/ /
/ /
/ /

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CORRECTIVE ACTION
(See also Groundwater Monitoring, Enforcement, Interim Status Process, Permit Conditions)	XREF	/ /
~CORRECTIVE ACTION 3008(h) FOR CONTAINER STORAGE FACILITY	9502.1987(01)	01/30/87
~CORRECTIVE ACTION AND PERMITS	9525.1988(01)	02/28/88
~CORRECTIVE ACTION AUTHORITY AT FACILITIES THAT LOSE INTERIM STATUS	9528.1987(01)	01/30/87
~CORRECTIVE ACTION BEYOND FACILITY BOUNDARY - FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENT	9502.1986(10)	05/30/86
~CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT	9484.1986(07)	07/30/86
~CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR NEW FACILITIES	4481.1986(10)	10/30/86
~CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR UIC WELLS	9502.1986(07)	04/30/86
~CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR UIC WELLS	9527.1986(02)	04/30/86
~CORRECTIVE ACTION IN PERMITS	9521.1986(06a)	06/30/86
~CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS WHILE SEEKING A MAJOR PERMIT MODIFICATION	9502.1986(03)	01/30/86
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS: SOILS AND DEBRIS FROM RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION	9551.1988(14)	12/30/88
~PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED MEDIA AND DEBRIS UNDER THE TC UST TEMPORARY DEFERAL	9441.1990(31)	10/01/90
APPLICABILITY OF "SUPERFUND LDR GUIDES"	9551.1991(15)	01/07/91
BYPRODUCT MATERIAL AND MIXED WASTE, AEA AND DOE INTERFACE	9441.1986(46)	06/02/86
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATORY APPLICATION TO SOILS CONTAMINATED BY CEMENT KILN DUST	9441.1993(16)	09/15/93
CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER, REGULATORY STATUS OF	9528.1987(02)	03/11/87
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES, ISSUES AND NATIONAL PRIORITIES FOR	9502.1986(01)	01/08/86
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES, NATIONAL PRIORITIES	9502.1986(04)	02/13/86
CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN (CAP), CONTENTS AND USE OF	9502.1987(04)	03/13/87
CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS FOR FEDERAL FACILITIES AND IRP ACTIVITIES	9502.1986(14)	08/22/86
CORRECTIVE ACTION TECHNOLOGY, HQ SUPPORT	9502.1986(19)	10/07/86
CORRECTIVE ACTION/PERMIT ISSUES - U.S. ARMY - ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS	9502.1986(09)	05/08/86
DOD'S IRP PROGRAM AND RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION	9502.1986(17)	09/29/86
FACILITIES NOT SUBJECT TO CORRECTIVE ACTION	9502.1986(05)	03/24/86
FIBER OPTICS FOR IN-SITU MONITORING	9502.1987(09)	09/03/87
FINANCIAL ASSURANCE FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION BEYOND FACILITY BOUNDARIES	9502.1989(01)	03/02/89
INSTALLATION RESTORATION PROGRAM (IRP) - DOD	9502.1986(20)	12/08/86
PARTIAL PERMITTING OF INCINERATOR UNIT (DOW)	9522.1985(04)	08/30/85
PERMITTING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS AFFECTING COMPLIANCE WITH LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9502.1986(11)	06/16/86
QUALITY ASSURANCE PROJECT PLANS AND DATA QUALITY OBJECTIVES FOR RCRA GROUND-WATER MONITORING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION ACTIVITIES	9445.1993 (06)	07/07/93
RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROGRAM	9431.1991(03)	05/17/91
RCRA PERMIT REAUTHORIZATION ISSUES IN REGION III	9541.1985(01)	03/06/85
RCRA PERMITS WITH HSWA CONDITIONS - JOINTLY ISSUED PERMITS	9502.1987(06)	06/30/87
RCRA PROGRAM DIRECTIONS - PRIORITY TO ENVIRONMENTALLY SIGNIFICANT FACILITIES	9501.1987(02)	12/14/87
SOIL CLEANUPS FOR LEAD - CLEANUP STANDARDS FOR CLEAN CLOSURE	9502.1989(02)	05/25/89
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS, INFORMATION ON	9502.1986 (Ola)	01/23/86
STATE AUTHORIZATION TO REGULATE HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES	9541.1986(20)	10/20/86
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS	9523.00-18	03/14/89
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COIWENTS	9523.00-15	03/30/88
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT CLOSURE, APPLICABILITY OF 3005(i) OF RCRA TO	9476.1987(01)	06/09/87
TREATMENT SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, REGULATORY OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO WOOD PRESERVERS	9484.1987(12)	11/25/87
UIC CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION	9502.00-3	08/04/86
USE OF THE PROPOSED SUBPART S CORRECTIVE ACTION RULE AS GUIDANCE PENDING PROMULGATION OF THE FINAL RULE	9502.1991(01)	03/27/91
VULNERABILITY GUIDANCE	9481.1987(01)	02/25/87
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM	9441.1986(28)	04/07/86
ZINC OXIDE RECLAIMED FROM KILNS	9444.1988(02a)	01/26/88
Administrative Order
CONCURRENCE ON THE USE OF SECTION 7003 TO COMPEL THE CLEAN-UP OF AN OIL SPILL
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
GUIDANCE ON HOW TO COORDINATE PERMIT 3004 (U) AND ORDER 3008(H) REQUIREMENTS FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION
IS A SECTION 3008(h) ENFORCEMENT ORDER AN APPROPRIATE MECHANISM FOR APPROVING A CAMU?
PREVIOUSLY UNREGULATED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT - CORRECTIVE ACTION ORDERS
REGION III ISSUES ON SECTION 3004(U) AUTHORITY
9504.1991(01)
9S02.00-2
9502.1989(04)
9502.1995(01)
9502.1986(07a)
9502.1987(02)
11/07/91
04/18/86
08/10/89
02/17/95
04/30/86
03/31/87

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Area of Contamination (AOC)
SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OP THE AREA OF CONTAMINATION (AOC)
Cleanup Standards
~CLASSIFICATION OF LEACHATE CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER
~REINJECTED GROUNDWATER RESULTING FROM CORRECTIVE ACTION TREATMENT
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO CERCLA RESPONSE ACTIONS
APPLICABLE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO REINJECTION OF TREATED CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER UNDER CERCLA AND RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
CONCURRENCE ON THE USE OF SECTION 7003 TO COMPEL THE CLEAN-UP OF AN OIL SPILL
CORRECTIVE ACTION RULE
FEDERAL POLICY REGARDING DIOXIN DISPOSAL
INTERIM SOIL CLEAN-UP LEVELS FOR LEAD AT SUPERFUND SITES
REQUIREMENTS FOR CLEANUP OF FINAL NPL SITES UNDER RCRA
SUBTITLE C IMPERMEABLE CAP REQUIREMENT FOR ON-SITE CONTAINMENT OF MOOD PRESERVING WASTES
9502.1996(02) 03/25/96
9SS4
9554
9553
9554
9504
9502
9444
9502
9502
9554
.1991(02)
.1991(03!
.1989(02)
.1989(05)
.1991(01)
.1988(01!
.1987(26)
.1990(01)
.1990(02)
.1990(15)
01/01/91
04/01/91
11/13/89
12/20/89
11/07/91
08/23/88
07/02/87
05/07/90
07/11/90
09/26/90
Contaminated Soil
PERFORMANCE AND SAFE APPLICABILITY OF COLD-MIX TECHNOLOGIES AND BIOREMEDIATION FOR PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED SITES
Continuing Releases
CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN (CAP), CONTENTS AND USE OF
Corrective Action Management Unit
CONCERN REGARDING EPA'S PLANS TO "DISALLOW CONTINUED USE OF THE CORRECTIVE ACTION MANAGEMENT UNIT (CAMU) PROVISION"
EFPECTS OF THE REGULATIONS FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION MANAGEMENT UNITS (CAMUs) ON THE MANAGEMENT OF "AS-GENERATED" HAZARDOUS WASTES
GUIDANCE ON THE USE OF THE CORRECTIVE ACTION MANAGEMENT UNIT CONCEPT
IS A SECTION 3008(h) ENFORCEMENT ORDER AN APPROPRIATE MECHANISM FOR APPROVING A CAMU?
9502.1996(03) 04/24/96
9502.1987(04) 03/13/87
9502.1995(03)
9502.1993(01)
9502.1992(02)
9502.1995(01)
10/18/95
05/04/93
08/31/92
02/17/95
RCRA Facility Assessment (RFA)
RCRA FACILITY ASSESSMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION
Regulated Unit
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROGRAM WITH REGARD TO TSD UNITS
GROUNDWATER MONITORING AT REGULATED UNITS NEAR SWMUs THAT HAVE IMPACTED GROUND WATER
RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURES AND AUTHORITIES
Release
~CORRECTIVE ACTION AUTHORITIES
~CORRECTIVE ACTION BEYOND INTERIM STATUS FACILITY BOUNDARY
~ENFORCEMENT USING 3008(h) AUTHORITY AND 3013 ORDERS
3008 (h) OF THE SOLID HASTE DISPOSAL ACT, INTERPRETATION OF
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROGRAM WITH REGARD TO TSD UNITS
CLARIFICATION OF THE USE AND MANAGEMENT OP MOUNTAIN HONE AIR FORCE BASE FIRE TRAINING PITS
CLARIFICATION ON RCRA AND TSCA JURISDICTION OVER INFECTIOUS AND/OR GENETICALLY ENGINEERED WASTE
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PLANTS
FEDERAL FACILITIES INVENTORY UNDER RCRA 3016
FIRE TRAINING PITS, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR
GROUNDWATER CLEANUP STANDARDS/ACLs IN DRAFT HSWA PERMIT (INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY)
HSWA APPLIED TO FEDERAL FACILITIES (DOE-OAK RIDGE)
PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURES AND AUTHORITIES
REGION III ISSUES ON SECTION 3004 (U) AUTHORITY
RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECTIVE ACTION UNDER 3004(u), DEFINITION OP
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS, INFORMATION ON
9502.00-4
9480,1996(01)
9481.1987(05)
9502.1986(02)
9502
9502
9502
9502
9480
9489
9441
9502
9502
9444
9502
9489
9481
9502
9432
9502
9502
9502
9502
9502
1995(02)
1996(01)
1986(18)
.1985(09)
.1996(01)
1988(02)
1995(061
1986(06)
00-2
1986(07)
1987(03)
1987(02)
1987(02)
1985(06)
1986(08)
1986(02)
1987(021
1987(05)
00-6
1986101a)
08/21/86
02/20/96
06/17/87
01/31/86
02/28/95
01/31/96
09/30/86
12/16/85
02/20/96
08/11/88
02/21/95
04/1S/86
04/18/86
04/07/86
03/06/87
07/22/87
03/10/87
10/29/85
04/30/86
01/31/86
03/31/87
04/02/87
07/02/87
01/23/86

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SWMARY OP PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
HASTE PILES AND POST-CLOSURE PERMITS, APPLICATION OF NOVEMBER 1988 DEADLINE TO
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
Remediation
CERTIFICATION PROCESS ON BIOTECHNOLOGICAL METHODS FOR REMEDIATION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
CLOSURE STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LAND TREATMENT UNITS
CONCERN REGARDING EPA'S PLANS TO "DISALLOW CONTINUED USE OF THE CORRECTIVE ACTION MANAGEMENT UNIT (CAMU) PROVISION-
CONTAMINATED SOIL AND DEBRIS TREATED REPLACEMENT UNDER A TREATABILITY VARIANCE
DRAFT SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS PLAN FOR NH PLATING COMPANY
INTERPRETATION OF RCRA REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE REMEDIATION OF CONTAMINATION
QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY TO PERFORM ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION TASKS
Solid Waste Management Units
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROGRAM WITH REGARD TO TSD UNITS
Solid Waste Management Units (SWMUs)
•CORRECTIVE ACTION AUTHORITIES
•CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS AT FACILITIES HANDLING SCRAP METAL RECLAMATION
CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS FOR FEDERAL FACILITIES AND IRP ACTIVITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION/PERMIT ISSUES - U.S. ARMY - ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
FEDERAL FACILITIES INVENTORY UNDER RCRA 3016
FINANCIAL ASSURANCE FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION
GROUNDWATER MONITORING AT REGULATED UNITS NEAR SWMUs THAT HAVE IMPACTED GROUND WATER
IMMEDIATE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS
REGION III ISSUES ON SECTION 3004(U) AUTHORITY
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT (SWMU) DETERMINATION
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT DEFINED FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION UNDER 3004(u)
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECTIVE ACTION UNDER 3004(u), DEFINITION OF
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS, INFORMATION ON
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SWMU CORRECTIVE ACTION RIA FACILITY DATA BASE
WOOD TREATMENT CYLINDER CREOSOTE SUMPS
WOOD TREATMENT CYLINDER CREOSOTE SUMPS
WOOD TREATMENT PLANT DRIP AREAS AS SWMUs, REGULATION OF
Voluntary Cleanups
VOLUNTARY CLEANUP CONSTRAINTS
VOLUNTARY CORRECTIVE ACTION
CORRECTIVE ACTION MANAGEMENT UNIT
(See Corrective Action)
CORROSIVE WASTES
(See Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
COST
(See Financial Responsibility)
COST ESTIMATES
9523.00-14	03/14/86
9501.1985(01) 10/01/85
9441.1986(28) 04/07/66
9486.
9476,
9502.
9551.
9433.
9502.
9502.
1989(01)
1991(01)
1995(03)
1990(05)
1990(06)
1989(03)
1994 (01)
03/30/89
05/02/91
10/18/95
10/09/90
11/27/90
06/15/89
09/14/94
9480.1996(01) 02/20/96
9502.
9502.
9502.
9502.
9502.
9502.
9461.
9S02.
9476.
9521.
9502.
9483.
9502.
9502.
9502.
9523.
9502.
9502.
9441.
9502.
1995(02)
1985(04)
1986(14)
1986(09)
1987(03)
1986(13)
1987(05)
1985(01)
1985(04)
1985(01)
1987 (02)
1991(01)
1987(07)
00-6
1986(Ola)
00-14
1987(08)
1986 (15)
1986(69)
1965(02)
9502.1988(02)
9502.1987(11)
XREF
XREF
XREF
02/28/95
06/30/85
06/22/86
05/08/86
03/06/87
08/22/86
06/17/87
02/06/85
09/25/85
09/25/85
03/31/87
01/04/91
07/24/87
07/02/87
01/23/86
03/14/86
08/11/87
09/12/86
09/12/66
06/17/85
02/18/88
12/21/87
/ /
/ /
/ /
(See Financial Responsibility)
XREF
/ /

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COVER DESIGN
(See Pinal Cover)
CREOSOTE
(See Hood Treatment, Hazardous Haste Identification)
CYANIDE
(See Hazardous Naste Identification) (See also SH-B46)
DATA
CORRECTIVE ACTION TECHNOLOGY, HQ SUPPORT
SHMt! CORRECTIVE ACTION RIA FACILITY DATA BASE
Noncompliance
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS SECTION 270.30(1) 110)
DE MINIMIS
(See also Listed Hazardous Haste)
•TECHNICAL GRADE SOLVENT FORMULATIONS AND THE F003 LISTING
•TRUCK TRANSPORT OF WASTEWATER FOR PURPOSES OF SECTION 261.3(a) (2) (iv) (A)
DETERMINATION OF EQUIVALENT TREATMENT (DET) FOR 8 OF THE WASTE CODES FROM A TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE STDI) TREATABILITY GROUP
DRIPPAGE IN HOOD PRESERVING STORAGE YARDS
REGULATION OF SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS UNDER THE SEPTEMBER 10, 1992 RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS
REGULATORY STATUS OF PERSONNEL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
DEADLINES
(See Permit Process) (See also State Authorization)
DEFINITION
(See Solid Naste, Hazardous Waste Identification, Regulated Unit)
DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY
(See Permit Process)
DELISTING
(See also Appendix VIII, Appendix IX, Hazardous Haste Identification, Characteristic Hazardous Haste)
•DELISTING BY STATES
•DELISTING OF K051 WASTE AT PETROLEUM REFINERY - EFFECT ON INTERIM STATUS
•DELISTING PETITIONS TOR HAZARDOUS HASTES FROM THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
ADOPTION OF TCLP FOR DELISTING DEMONSTRATIONS
CHLORINATED DIOXIN HASTES (F023)
COMBINATION OF SLUDGES FROM ALL IMPOUNDMENTS TO DETERMINE WASTE VOLUME FOR VMS ANALYSIS
CONTAMINATED SOIL AND DEBRIS TREATED REPLACEMENT UNDER A TREATABILITY VARIANCE
CYANIDE FURNACE CRUCIBLES TREATMENT
DELISTING ACTION - STATUS OF HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE
DELISTING CRITERIA/LEACHATE LEVELS
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9502.1986(19)
9502.1967(08)
XREF
9444.1994(OS)
9441.1991(13)
9554.1994(06)
9489.1991(02)
9592.1994(07)
9441.1989(02)
XREP
XREF
XREF
XREF
9541.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9444.
9433.
9551.
9433.
9433.
9433.
/ /
/ /
/ t
/ /
10/07/86
09/11/47
9524.1988(01) 02/23/88
1986(24)
1986(12)
1994(03)
1990(03)
1985(16)
1987t07)
1990(05)
1990(05)
1987(16)
1986(01)
/ /
06/30/94
07/01/91
10/24/94
05/31/91
07/22/94
01/03/89
/ /
/ I
/ /
/ /
10/30/86
04/30/86
11/30/94
06/14/90
09/26/85
04/13/87
10/09/90
09/26/90
07/31/87
01/07/86

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DELISTING OP WASTE BY AUTHORIZED STATES
DELISTING OF WASTE GENERATED FROM ZINC PHOSPHATING ON CARBON STEEL
DELISTING PETITION - FUJI PHOTO FILM WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE
DELISTING PETITION FOR INCINERATOR ASH
DELISTING PETITION INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RESIDUES FROM INCINERATION OF 2,4,5-T AND SILVEX PESTICIDES
DELISTING PETITION OP NITROGEN TETROXIDE RINSATE
DELISTING PETITION, USE OP VHS MODEL
DELISTING PETITION-STEEL FACILITY, REQUIREMENTS FOR CLOSURE PLAN
DELISTING PETITIONS, PROCEDURES FOR PROCESSING
DELISTING POLICY ALLOWS EXCLUSION OF SEPARATE WASTE TREATMENT UNITS AT MULTI-UNIT FACILITIES
DELISTING RESIDUE FROM TREATMENT OF LISTED WASTES
DELISTING TESTING REQUIREMENTS, CYANIDE AND OTHER WASTES, STEEL INDUSTRY
DELISTING, INTERIM STATUS, AND SAMPLING ISSUES AT U.S. NAMEPLATK COMPANY
DESTRUCTION OF DIOXIN CONTAMINATED SOIL USING MOBILE INCINERATION
DETECTION LIMIT REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION ON APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS FOR A DELISTING PETITION
DIOXIN-CONTAINING WASTE RINSEATES, DISPOSAL BY DEEP WELL INJECTION
ELECTROPLATING SLUDGE, EXCLUSION PETITION
ENFORCEMENT OF APPLICABLE RCRA REGULATIONS AT FACILITIES WITH PENDING DELISTING PETITIONS
ENFORCEMENT OF APPLICABLE RCRA REGULATIONS AT FACILITIES WITH PENDING DELISTING REGULATIONS
EVALUATION OF DELISTING PETITIONS-INFORMATION REQUIRED
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES - LEACHATE LEVELS
EXCLUSION OF WASTE GENERATED AT INDIVIDUAL FACILITIES (DELISTING)
F006 LISTING FOR PICKLING AND ETCHING WASTES AND DELISTING ISSUES
GENERATOR LIABILITY FOR DELISTED WASTE RELEASES
GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION AS A BASIS TO DENY A DELISTING PETITION
HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING FOR FQ06 WASTE
HSWA EFFECT ON STATE DELISTING DECISIONS
K035 LISTING AND DELISTING ISSUESsGROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION
LIME SLUDGE IMPOUNDMENT SLUDGE, DELISTING OF
MAGNESIUM SULFATE VS. ALUMINUM SULFATE DELISTING PETITION
MATERIALS CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDE PRODUCTS
METAL, K061 WASTES IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT-DELISTING PETITION
MIXTURE OF F003 AND A SOLID HASTE AND DELISTING REQUIREMENTS
MIXTURES OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTES
PETITION TO WITHDRAW K090 AND K091 LISTINGS
PROCESS WASTE DELISTED BY THE STATE DESIGNATES THE WASTE NON-HAZARDOUS WITHIN THE STATE
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (TDI)
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR DELISTING PETITION
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR GENERATED FROM PORCELAIN ENAMEL INDUSTRY, DELISTING OF
SUBSURFACE FATE AND TRANSPORT MODEL
TEMPORARY AND INFORMAL DELISTINGS AMD HSWA EFFECTS ON BOTH
HASTES FROM BRIGHT DIPPING UNDER THE REINTERPRETED F006 LISTING
Temporary Exclusion
~DELISTING OF K051 WASTE AT PETROLEUM REFINERY - EFFECT ON INTERIM STATUS
RCRA 3001 (f) (2) (b) AND STATES' EXCLUSION OF WASTES FROM REGULATION AS HAZARDOUS
RCRA 3001(f) (2) (b) AND STATES' EXCLUSION OF WASTES FROM REGULATION AS HAZARDOUS
REGULATORY STATUS OF FACILITIES PREVIOUSLY GRANTED TEMPORARY EXCLUSIONS
SLUDGE WASTE HANDLING IF TEMP. EXCLUSION IS WITHDRAWN / FUTURE METALS RECOVERY-STEEL FACILITY
STATUS OF FACILITY WHERE A TEMPORARY DELISTING EXCLUSION WAS NEVER GRANTED
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS HOLDING ONLY K-WASTES GENERATED UNDER A TEMPORARY EXCLUSION
TEMPORARILY AND INFORMALLY DELISTED WASTES, REGULATORY STATUS
TEMPORARY AND INFORMAL DELISTINGS AND HSWA EFFECTS ON BOTH
TEMPORARY EXCLUSION APPLIED TO ONLY ONE FACILITY (MONROE AUTO)
9542.
9441
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9441.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9444.
9433.
9433.
9504.
9433.
9441.
9542.
9444.
9433
9433
9441
9433
9433
9484
9433
9444
9433
9441
9441
9444
9541
9433
9433
9433
9431
9433
9444
1980(04)
1984(24)
1991(01)
1991(03)
1987(26)
1990(07)
1985(05)
.1986(07)
.1987(15)
.1987(22)
.1981(05)
.1984(06)
.1987(03)
.1986(10)
.1986(19)
.1985(14)
.1984(05)
.1987(14)
.1987(01)
.1986(04)
.1986(03)
.1982(01)
.1987(55)
.1985(04)
.1987(08)
.1986(78)
.1985(02)
.1987(27)
.1986(05)
.1990(01)
.1987(40)
.1987(18)
.1987(65)
.1987(06)
.1989(11)
.1986(04)
.1990(02)
.1991(02)
.1984(03)
.1991(01)
.1986(14)
1987(28)
9433
9433
9541
9441
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9441
1986(12)
1986(09)
.1986(05)
1987(57)
1986 (17)
,1986(06)
.1987(23)
1986(05)
.1986(14)
,1987(30)
10/31/80
09/06/84
03/07/91
07/10/91
10/28/87
12/21/90
11/27/85
03/18/86
07/28/87
10/02/87
04/14/81
12/18/84
02/25/87
04/24/86
12/09/86
09/10/85
12/11/84
07/20/87
07/20/87
02/14/86
01/07/86
05/25/82
12/28/87
10/23/85
04/24/87
10/12/86
05/16/85
12/11/87
05/23/86
05/24/90
09/09/87
08/07/87
08/17/87
01/27/87
10/03/89
03/03/86
05/31/90
04/26/91
10/23/84
03/26/91
05/27/86
07/13/87
04/30/86
04/16/86
10/31/86
07/31/87
09/30/86
03/10/86
10/05/87
02/24/86
05/27/86
04/30/87
VHS Model
DELISTING ISSUES RELATING TO EPA'S MOBILE INCINERATOR
9433.1986(20)
12/11/86

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DELISTING PETITION, USE OF VHS MODEL
DELISTING PETITIONS FOR K-WASTES MANAGED IN ON-SITE LAND-BASED UNITS-MONITORING REQUIREMENTS
DELISTING REGULATORY STANDARDS FOR FREQN
DENIAL OF DELISTING PETITION BASED ON EXISTING GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION
DETECTION LIMIT REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION ON APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS FOR A DELISTING PETITION
F006 WASTES, VHS AND GROUNDWATER MONITORING DATA TO EVALUATE A DELISTING PETITION FOR
K103/K104 HASTE STREAMS - RELATIONSHIP OF CHA BAT, LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS, BDAT, AND DELISTING CRITERIA
RECONSIDERATION OF DELISTING DENIAL BASED ON USE OF VHS, TOTAL CHROMIUM STANDARD, AND MCL
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT DELISTING PETITIONS, USE OP VHS MODEL
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
198S105J
,1981(21!
1987(20)
1987(051
.1986(19)
.1987(09)
,1987(06)
.1986(08)
,1987(251
11/27/85
09/28/87
09/03/87
03/19/87
12/09/86
06/08/87
04/02/87
03/24/86
10/26/87
DENIAL
(See Permit Process under Permit Denial)
XREF
/ /
DENTAL AMALGAM
(See Scrap Metal!
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD)
(See Federal Facilities)
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DOE)
(See Federal Facilities) (See also Mixed Haste)
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT)
(See Generators, Transporters)
DERIVED-FROM RULE
(See also Mixture Rule)
•DOMESTIC SEWAGE EXCLUSION
•RECLAIMED SPENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE EXCLUSION IN 261.4(a) (9)
~SPENT SOLVENTS FROM VARNISH STRIPPING
APPLICABILITY OF F006 HAZARDOUS WASTE CODE TO NICKEL RECLAMATION PROCESS FOR ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATING SPENT SOLUTIONS
BEVILL AMENDMENT APPLIED TO COAL GASIFICATION FACILITY
CLARIFICATION ON THE APPLICABILITY OF RCRA TO A FOUNDRY MANUFACTURING DUCT SYSTEM
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE WASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)
CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER, RCRA REGULATORY STATUS
DERIVED FROM/MIXTURE RULE APPLICATION TO REFINERY WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
DRAINAGE WATER BENEATH LAND TREATMENT UNITS - NO MIGRATION PETITIONS
ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST AFTER ENCAPSULATION TREATMENT PROCESS
HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING DETERMINATION (60 FR 7825, FEBRUARY 9, 1995) OF K156 WASTE FROM THE PRODUCTION OF METHYL CARBAMATE
MIXING LOW AND HIGH BTU WASTES - SHAM BURNING, BLENDING, MANIFESTING
PAINT WASTES AND THE SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS
PETROLEUM REFINERY WW, MIXTURE AND DERIVED-FROM RULES
PLASTIC PACKING MEDIA FROM AIR STRIPPING TOWER TREATING CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER
REFRACTORY WASTES AT U.S. EPA COMBUSTION RESEARCH FACILITY
RESIDUAL WATER DERIVED FROM AN EXEMPT HASTE (COAL ASH) IS EXEMPT
SAMPLING LOCATION IN A SEPARATOR - THICKENER TREATMENT TRAIN AND THE MIXTURE RULE
SPENT ION EXCHANGE RESINS AND FILTER AS HAZARDOUS WASTE
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR FINAL RULE REGARDING SCOPE OF THE K062 LISTING, CORRECTION NOTICE
SPENT PIPELINE FILTER CARTRIDGES
SUPERNATANT FORMED IN LIME STABILIZATION OF WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR AS HAZARDOUS WASTE
SUPERNATANT FROM TREATMENT OF SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR (K062)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9461.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9442.
9441.
9551.
9444.
9441.
9442.
9444.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9441.
9433.
9444 .
9444 .
9444 .
9441.
9444.
1987(04)
1991(19!
1986(57)
1994(08)
1987(76)
1995(33!
1987(98)
1984(01)
1987(70)
1988(15)
1986(33)
1995(34)
1987(04)
1987(17)
1985(29)
1989(17)
1988(05)
1986(49!
1986(11!
1987(131
1986(31)
1988(03)
1987(83)
1987(47!
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
07/30/87
12/01/91
05/30/86
09/21/94
09/15/87
10/19/95
12/24/87
12/26/84
08/28/87
01/21/88
12/29/86
11/27/95
08/31/87
05/20/87
08/23/85
04/14/89
03/11/88
06/16/86
04/24/86
05/05/87
12/11/86
02/11/88
10/23/87
10/23/87

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WASTE GENERATED BY AN INCINERATOR TRIAL BURN OF SAND SPIKED WITH TRICHLOROBENZENE AND HEXACHLOROETHANE
WASTE STREAMS GENERATED BY TREATMENT PROCESSES
Residue
CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE STREAMS FROM POLYMERIC COATING OPERATIONS
HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED INK RECYCLING PROCESS
INTERPRETATION OF THE MIXTURE RULE EXEMPTION AS IT RELATES TO SCRUBBER WATER FROM THE INCINERATION OF CERTAIN SOLVENTS
PERCHLOROETHYLENE AND SURFACTANT, DISTILLATION OF RESIDUE CONTAINING
RESIDUES FROM SECONDARY LEAD SMELTERS THAT RECYCLE K069 WASTES
SCRUBBER BRINE/SLUDGE PRODUCED IN INCINERATION OF A LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
DESTRUCTION REMOVAL EFFICIENCY (DRE)
(See Incineration)
DETECTION LIMITS
(See Analytic Methods)
DETECTION MONITORING
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
DIBUTYLIN DIFLUORIDE
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)
DILUTION
DIOXIN
(See Characteristic Hazardous Waste) (See also Land Disposal Restrictions)
(See also Listed Hazardous Waste, Land Disposal Restrictions, RCRA/CERLA Interface)
~LABORATORY TESTING FOR DIOXIN
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTION, DIOXINS, AND 90-DAY ACCUMULATION
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - SOLVENT AND DIOXIN WASTES
~VARIANCES TO BAN - EFFECTIVE DATES FOR SOLVENTS AND DIOXINS
ASSURING PROTECTIVE OPERATION OF INCINERATORS BURNING DIOXIN-LISTED WASTES
CHLORINATED DIOXIN WASTES (F023)
CLARIFICATION ON WHAT CONSTITUTES DIOXIN RELATED MATERIALS
CLOSURE PLAN FOR THE HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE UNITS AT VERTAC'S SHUTDOWN MANUFACTURING PLANT
DELISTING ISSUES RELATING TO EPA'S MOBILE INCINERATOR
DESTRUCTION OF DIOXIN CONTAMINATED SOIL USING MOBILE INCINERATION
DIOXIN IN WASTES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES USING PENTACHLOROPHENOL
DIOXIN STANDARD USED TO TEST GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY COLUMNS, HANDLING OF
DIOXIN TRIAL BURNS FOR PURPOSES OF CERTIFICATION OR A RCRA PERMIT
DIOXIN-CONTAINING LABORATORY WASTE WITH RADIOACTIVE PROPERTIES
DIOXIN-CONTAINING WASTE RINSEATES, DISPOSAL BY DEEP WELL INJECTION
EXCLUSION FROM RCRA PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR LESS THAN 90-DAY ACCUMULATORS OF DIOXIN CONTAINING WASTES
F021 LISTING FOR SUBSTANCES CONTAINING CHLOROPHENOLIC COMPOUNDS
F027 LISTING - USED AND UNUSED FORMULATIONS IN WOOD PRESERVING
FEDERAL POLICY REGARDING DIOXIN DISPOSAL
IMPACT OF DRAFT HAZARDOUS WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY ON OHIO'S REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF AIR REGULATIONS
INCINERATOR PERMITS TO BURN DIOXIN WASTES, MODIFICATION OF
LABORATORY CARCASSES CONTAINING TCDD
LABORATORY SAMPLE EXCLUSION APPLICABILITY TO SAMPLES AND WASTES FROM LABORATORY ANALYSIS - DIOXIN
9441.1988(04)
9441.1992(41)
9442.1995(01)
9441.1993(14)
9441.1994(16)
9441.1985(10)
9496.1991(01)
9441.1984(05)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9441.
9551.
9553.
9551.
9488.
9444.
9444 .
9488.
9433.
9433.
9444 .
9441.
9488.
9441.
9444.
9453.
9444.
9444 ,
9444 ,
9573.
9488.
9441.
9441,
1985(11)
1987(04)
1988(01)
1986(22)
1992(01)
1985(16)
1992(09)
1987(01)
1986(20)
1986(10)
1985(02)
1985(07)
00-1A
1985(26)
1985 (14)
1985(02)
1987(42)
1987(10)
1987(26)
1994(01)
1985(04)
1987(36)
1987(29)
01/14/88
11/30/92
01/26/95
09/01/93
06/10/94
04/10/85
08/05/91
02/19/84
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
03/30/85
01/30/87
02/28/88
12/30/86
09/22/92
09/26/85
12/24/92
02/09/87
12/11/86
04/24/86
03/04/85
02/13/85
05/07/86
07/05/85
09/10/85
03/12/85
09/23/87
04/09/87
07/02/87
01/10/94
05/30/85
05/14/87
04/30/87

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LABORATORY WASTE GENERATED IH RESEARCH US I NO TCDD STOCK SOLUTIONS
LABORATORY HASTES (INCLUDING CARCASSES, BEDDING, CAGES) CONTAINING DIOXIN
LUBRICATING OIL CONTAMINATED WITH TCDD THROUGH USE AS AN ANALYTICAL STANDARD
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION RESIDUES-ASH AND SLUDGE
RCRA METHODS AND QA ACTIVITIES (NOTES!
REFRACTORY WASTES AT U.S. EPA COMBUSTION RESEARCH FACILITY
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDE
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH USED AND UNUSED PESTICIDES
SOILS FROM MISSOURI DIOXIN SITES, WHETHER HAZARDOUS
SPENT CARBON USED TO REMOVE DISSOLVED PENTACWLOROPHENOL (PCP) FROM GROUNDWATER
TCLP IN THE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS PROGRAM AND HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM
UNRINSED CONTAINERS WHICH FORMERLY CONTAINED AN UNUSED FORMULATION OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL
WASTES COVERED UNDER THE DIOXIN LISTING
WASTES FROM ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
WASTEWATERS EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF P021 FOR PCP MANUFACTURE
WOOD PRESERVING AMD SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
DISCARDED MATERIALS
(See Solid Waste) (See also Land Disposal Restrictions, RCRA/CERCLA Interface)
DISCHARGE
(See Wastewater) (See also Spilla)
DISPOSAL
9444
9444
9444
9443
9445
9444
9441
9444
9441
9444
9443
9444
9444
9444
9444
9441
1986(16!
1986(30)
1987(48)
1986(13)
1985(04)
1988 (05)
1987(21)
,1987(12)
1984(01)
1986(05)
1987(29)
,1986(03)
1986(23)
,1987(34)
1987(39!
.1986(28!
XREF
XREF
(See also Land Disposal Facilities, Land Disposal Restrictions, Recycle, TSDFs)
•MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS
•TANK CLOSURE IN 1977 - RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
•USE CONSTITUTING DISPOSAL, RESIDUES FROM FIRE TRAINING EXERCISES
ACCUMULATION OF SECONDARY MATERIAL - ABANDONED VS. DISPOSED OP
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA USED OIL REGULATIONS TO USED OIL CONTAINED IN DISCARDED HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
BUBBLER CANISTERS CONTAINING PHOSPHOROUS OXYCHLORIDE ARE NOT WASTE WHEN RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES FROM JAPAN FOR REGENERATION
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ASPECTS OF 40 CFR 268 DEBRIS REGULATIONS
CLEAN CLOSURE AND DISPOSAL OF AN INCINERATOR
CONTAINERS FOR SAFE AND ECONOMICAL STORAGE, TRANSPORT, AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, DEVELOPMENT OF
CREOSOTE TREATED CROSS TIBS, DISPOSAL OF, FIFRA INTERFACE
DECHARACTERIZATION AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTES THAT HAVE UNDERGONE CHEMICAL SOLIDIFICATION
DRY TOLUENE AND CARBON TETRACHLORIDE, SAFE DISPOSAL OF
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES - LEACHATE LEVELS
FORMALDEHYDE-BASED TOILET DEODORANTS
HOLDING, TEMPORARY, PERIOD, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL (DEFINITIONS)
JOINT NRC-EPA GUIDANCE ON AN APPROACH FOR COMMERCIAL MIXED LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITIES
K006 WASTES AND ON-SITE DISPOSAL UNIT CONTAINING THESE WASTES
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED WASTES TO SURFACE WATERS, MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO
MARINE DEBRIS IN WATERS, DISPOSAL OF
OPEN BURNING/OPEN DETONATION AT DOD FACILITIES
PERFORMANCE AND PERMITTING STANDARDS IN 3004 (b!, PROHIBITION OF PLACEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN SALT DOMES
PROPER DISPOSAL OF OLD MEDICATIONS
REGULATIONS FOR DISPOSAL OF CERAMIC MATERIALS
RESIDUALS GENERATED BY PROCESS FOR SEWAGE SLUDGE TREATMENT
RESIDUES FROM MUNICIPAL WASTE RESOURCE RECOVERY FACILITIES
SEDIMENT SAMPLE DISPOSAL
SPECIAL MATERIALS DISPOSED OF IN LANDFILLS; BATTERIES, CAPACITORS, LAB PACKS
TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OP SHOCK SENSITIVE OR EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS
USE OF USED OIL AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
XREF
9441.
9480.
9493.
9441,
9592,
9456.
9551.
9488.
9482,
9441
9493
9451.
9441.
9441.
9432.
9487.
9444.
9441.
9432,
9502,
9489,
9574.
9441.
9442.
9487,
9441
9487,
9527
9592
1987(71)
1987(01)
1985(04)
1985(25)
1994(06)
1994(01)
1994(01)
1987(04)
1985(01)
1985(28)
1985(05)
1986(06)
1986(03)
1986(38)
1986(12)
00-8
1987(37)
1986(07)
1987(12a)
1986(16!
1985(01!
1990(01)
1992(22)
1988(01)
1986(08)
1989(12)
1986(13)
1992(01)
1996(02)
08/18/86
12/10/86
10/23/87
05/27/86
06/30/85
03/11/88
04/08/87
04/18/87
01/06/84
03/03/86
11/18/87
02/12/86
10/21/86
08/07/87
09/02/87
04/07/86
/ /
/ /
/ /
08/30/87
05/30/87
11/30/85
07/01/85
07/11/94
12/16/94
10/06/94
06/12/87
11/26/85
07/16/85
12/13/85
12/15/86
01/07/86
05/01/86
07/28/86
08/03/87
08/19/87
01/23/86
11/04/87
09/22/86
09/20/85
11/28/90
07/21/92
02/10/88
05/27/86
03/31/89
12/31/86
11/03/92
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USED OIL AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
USED OIL, BURNING OF OFF-SPECIFICATION FUEL - DUMPING
DO-IT-YOURSELFERS (DIVERS)
(See Used Oil)
DOD
(See Department of Defense, Federal Facilities)
DOE
(See Department of Energy, Federal Facilities) (See also Mixed Haste)
DOT
(See Department of Transportation, Generators) (See also Transporters)
DOUBLE LINER
(See Minimum Technological Requirements)
DRE
(See Incineration under Destruction Removal Efficiency!
DREDGED SEDIMENTS
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
DRILLING FLUIDS
(See Energy Exploration Hastes)
DRINKING HATER
~GROUNDWATER MONITORING FOR RADIONUCLIDES
~REINJECTED GROUNDWATER RESULTING FROM CORRECTIVE ACTION TREATMENT
EP TOXICITY LEVEL FOR BARIUM IN DRINKING WATER
HEALTH-BASED LEVEL FOR CYANIDE
PETROLEUM REFINER* SLUDGE REGULATIONS
POTENTIALLY CONFLICTING REGULATION OF INFILTRATION GALLERIES BY THE OGWDW AND OSH
UNDERGROUND INJECTION WELLS USED IN HYDROCARBON RECOVERY
DRIP PADS
~HOOD PRESERVING HASTES - ADMINISTRATIVE STAY
DRIPPAGE IN HOOD PRESERVING STORAGE YARDS
RESOLUTION OP RCRA ISSUES RELATING TO THE HOOD PRESERVING INDUSTRY
DRUM SHREDDING UNIT
(See Treatment)
Page No. 31
9592.1996(03)
9441.1986(40)
02/26/96
07/31/86
XREF
/ /
XREF
/ /
XREF
/ /
XREF
/ /
XREF
/ /
XREF
/ /
XREF
/ /
XREF
/ /
XREF
9481.
9554.
9443.
9442.
9444.
9521.
9521.
1987(06)
1991(03)
1989(03)
1988(02)
1990(05)
1991(011
1991(021
/ /
06/30/87
04/01/91
04/20/89
03/30/88
10/17/90
08/27/91
08/30/91
XREF
9489.1991(03)
9489.1991(02!
9451.1996(03)
/ /
06/01/91
OS/31/91
05/01/96
XREF
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DUST
BERYLLIUM WASTE DOST
CEMENT KILN DUST HASTE
RECYCLING OF ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DOST
STAINLESS STEEL PRODUCTION RESIDUES
DOST SUPPRESSION
{See also hswa, Disposal, Used Oil)
•USED OIL AS DUST SUPPRESSANT
~USED OIL USED FOR DUST SUPPRESSION OR ROAD TREATMENT
DUST SUPRESSION AS ROAD TREATMENT
HSWA PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
TWO WASTE OIL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES REGULATOR* STATUS
USE OF USED OIL AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
USED OIL AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE
(See Hazardous Waste Identification, Incineration)
ELECTROPLATING
(See also Listed Hazardous Waste, Solvents!
•ELECTROPLATING AND ELECTROLESS PLATING LISTINGS
•FOOfi SLUDGE FROM ACID WASTE MIXTURE
•F009 LISTING FOR ELECTROPLATING AFTER CYANIDE BATH
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM CHEMICAL ETCHING
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM ELECTROPLATING OPERATIONS
CADMIUM WASTES-FROM MILITARY COATING MATERIALS
DETERMINATION WHETHER SECONDARY MATERIAL TRANSPORTED TO A CANADIAN COPPER SMELTER IS A SOLID WASTE
DRAFT SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS PLAN FOR NH PLATING COMPANY
ELECTROCHEMICAL MACHINING WASTES AND THE SCOPE OF THE F006 LISTING
ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS
ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS NOT IN F007-009 LISTINGS
ELECTROPLATING SLUDGE, EXCLUSION PETITION
ELECTROPLATING WASTES
F006 AND F019 ELECTROPLATING LISTINGS
FOOfi LISTING AND DEFINITION OF CONVERSION COATING
F006 LISTING APPLIED TO PRINTING INDUSTRY
F006 LISTING FOR PICKLING AND ETCHING WASTES AND DELISTING ISSUES
F009 LISTING AND THE MIXTURE RULE TO ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS AND RESINS
F019 LISTING AND THE CONVERSION COATING PROCESS
IWERSION PLATING WASTEWATERS-BRONZE PLATING
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS ON THE METAL FINISHING INDUSTRY
MECHANICAL PLATING WASTES IN THE F006 LISTING, NON-INCLUSION OF
RECYCLING NICKEL, COPPER AND CHROMIUM-CONTAINING ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES
RECYCLING OF ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES (F006) FOR CEMENT/AGGREGATE MANUFACTURE
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION REGARDING PHOTORESIST SOLIDS ("SKINS") GENERATED IN THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
REINTERPRETATION NARROWING THE SCOPE OF THE F006 LISTING
REINTERPRETATION OF THE F006 LISTING
SLUDGES GENERATED FROM THE FIRST CLEANING STAGES OF PHOSPHATINO PROCESS
SPENT CYANIDE PLATING BATH SOLUTIONS FROM SILVER RECOVERY
SPENT ION EXCHANGE RESIN
SPENT ION EXCHANGE RESINS AND FILTER AS HAZARDOUS WASTE
XREF
9434.1989(01)
9441.1988(36)
9441.1988(2?)
9441.1988(07)
XREF
9493.
9441.
9493.
9493.
94 95,
9592.
9592.
198SI06)
1990109b)
1985(01)
00-1A
1991(01)
1996(02)
1996(03)
XREF
XREF
9432.
9441.
9444.
9444.
9453.
9441.
9441.
9433.
9444.
9442.
9444.
9433.
9441.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9442.
9554.
9444.
9441:
9441.
9443.
9444 .
9444.
9444.
9441.
9444.
9444.
1989(011
1987(11)
1989(06)
1984(02)
1984(02)
1990(11)
1995(24)
1990(06)
1987(03)
1987(03)
1988(07)
1984(05)
1991(06)
1986(09)
1987(09)
1987(19)
1987(55)
1987(31)
1987(22)
1988(05)
1987(02)
1986(13)
1988(09)
1989(19)
1994(04)
1986(21)
1986(19)
1986(11)
1989(34)
1985(11)
1987(13)
/ /
03/17/89
07/29/88
06/15/88
03/10/88
/ /
12/30/85
03/31/90
07/12/85
05/31/86
06/05/91
02/15/96
02/26/96
/ /
/ /
08/30/89
02/28/87
07/30/89
03/30/84
05/30/84
04/12/90
06/30/95
11/27/90
01/27/87
07/28/87
04/07/88
12/11/84
05/29/91
05/02/86
03/26/87
05/22/87
12/28/87
07/28/87
06/24/87
10/03/88
02/03/87
06/24/86
04/06/88
04/26/89
07/12/94
10/04/86
09/25/86
05/22/86
07/06/89
06/19/85
05/05/87


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WASTE PROM CHEMICAL ETCHING USING CYANIDE
WASTE TREATMENT FACILITIES ACCEPTING F006 ELECTROPLATING WASTES
WASTES FROM BRIGHT DIPPING UNDER THE REINTERPRETED F006 LISTING
WASTES FROM ZINC PLATING (SEGREGATED BASIS) ON CARBON STEEL EXCLUDED FROM F006
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM ELECTROPLATING OPERATIONS
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES RESULTING FROM METAL CLEWING PROCESS
ZINC PLATING, WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES GENERATED FROM
Pickle Liquor
CORRECTED LISTING DESCRIPTION FOR K062
EXCLUSIONS FOR K-WASTES DENIED (LACLEDE STEEL)
K062 - SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR LISTING
K062 LISTING APPLIES ONLY TO FACILITIES WITHIN THE IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY
LIME STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE EXCLUSION
LIME-STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE EXEMPTION FOR LIME-AMMONIA STABILIZED IRON OXIDE SLUDGE
MIXTURES OF PICKLE LIQUOR AND OTHER WASTES AND THE LIME STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE EXEMPTION
PICKLE LIQUOR AND SCOPE OF K062 LISTING
PICKLE LIQUOR RECOVERY UNIT AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE
SIC CODE FOR A STEEL MANUFACTURER/PROCESSOR, PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE - POINT OF WASTE GENERATION
SPENT ACID FROM ELECTROPOLISHING OF STAINLESS STEEL
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR CORROSIVITY
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR DELISTING PETITION
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR FINAL RULE REGARDING SCOPE OF THE K062 LISTING, CORRECTION NOTICE
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR GENERATED FROM PORCELAIN ENAMEL INDUSTRY, DELISTING OF
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE, LIME-STABILIZED, IN IRON AND STEEL AND PORCELAIN ENAMELING INDUSTRIES
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR USED IN PRODUCTION OF FERRIC CHLORIDE
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR USED/REUSED IS NOT SOLID WASTE
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, DEFINITION AS HAZARDOUS
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, REUSE OF
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, STATUS OF SUPERNATANT FROM LIME NEUTRALIZATION OF
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, USE/REUSE EXEMPTION AS APPLIED TO
SPENT SULFURIC ACID PICKLE LIQUOR USED TO PRODUCE FERTILIZER
SUPERNATANT FORMED IN LIME STABILIZATION OF WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR AS HAZARDOUS WASTE
SUPERNATANT FROM TREATMENT OF SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR (K062)
WASTE LISTINGS F006 AND K062, SCOPE OF
Zinc Plating
CLASSIFICATION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM THE REVISED "ZINC-COBALT ALLOY PLATING ON CARBON STEEL"
DELISTING OF WASTE GENERATED FROM ZINC PHOSPHATING ON CARBON STEEL
ELECTROLESS ZINC PLATING WASTE NOT IN F006 LISTING
ZINC PLATING (SEGREGATED BASIS) ON CARBON STEEL
ZINC PLATING, WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES GENERATED FROM
ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS
(See Exclusions)
EMERGENCY PERMIT
EMERGENCY PERMITS FOR DETONATION OF EXPLOSIVE HASTE
EXPLOSIVES PRESENTING AN IMMEDIATE SAFETY THREAT AND EXPLOSIVES STORED DURING ANALYSIS
TANKS USED FOR EMERGENCY CONTAINMENT
TEMPORARY TANK SYSTEMS USED IN RESPONSE TO EMERGENCIES, REQUIREMENTS FOR
TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF SHOCK SENSITIVE OR EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS
9444
9554
9444
9444
9444
9444
9441
.1987(16)
.1988(05)
.1997(28)
.1987(14)
.1985(13)
.1989(08)
.1984(29)
PROCESS
9444
9441
9444
9444
9441
9441
9441
9444
9432
9441
9444
9443
9433
9444
9433
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
94 93
9441
9444
9444
.1987(31a)
.1989(48)
.1984(11)
.1987(08)
.1987(741
,1987(54)
.1987(08)
.1985(17)
.1987(13)
.1985(18)
.1984(12)
.1988(05)
.1991(02)
.1986(31)
.1984 (03)
.1984(31)
.1985(27)
.1986(61)
.1987(39)
.1987(17)
.1984(12)
.1985(20)
.1985(02)
.1987(83)
.1987(47)
.1986(32)
9441.1994(20)
9441.1984(24)
9444.1987(23)
9444.1984(09)
9441.1984(29)
XREF
XREP
9527.1986(01)
9527.1988(03)
9471.1984(03)
9483.1987(04)
9527.1992(01)
05/20/87
08/11/88
07/13/87
05/08/87
09/03/85
08/21/89
09/24/84
07/30/87
09/12/89
07/27/84
03/16/87
09/02/87
07/13/87
01/28/87
10/03/85
11/10/87
05/21/85
07/30/84
05/02/88
04/26/91
12/11/86
10/23/84
10/25/84
07/16/85
08/18/86
05/20/87
03/31/87
06/04/84
06/05/85
11/14/85
10/23/87
10/23/87
12/12/86
08/02/94
09/06/84
06/30/87
06/13/84
09/24/84
/ /
/ /
01/05/86
08/11/88
09/06/84
04/20/87
11/03/92

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EMISSION CONTROL HASTES
(See Sludge)
EMPTY
(See Containers. Tank System)
ENERGY EXPLORATION WASTES
(See also Milling Haste)
•DRIP OAS EXCLUSION
~OIL AND OAS EXCLUSION APPLICABILITY
MINING WASTE EXCLUSION INCLUDING PRIMARY PROCESSING BUT NOT SUBSEQUENT STEPS
OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION EXCLUSION
TC RULE - IMPLEMENTATION
Drilling Fluids
DRILLING OPERATIONS, EXEMPTION OF CERTAIN WASTE FROM
ENFORCEMENT
XREF
XREF
XREF
9441.1989(05)
9441.1986(42)
9441.1986(81)
9441.1987(04)
9441.1990(29)
/ /
/ /
/ /
02/28/89
09/30/88
11/03/86
01/13/87
10/01/90
9441.1980(03) 09/04/80
(See also Compliance)
ENFORCEMENT OF APPLICABLE RCRA REGULATIONS AT FACILITIES WITH PENDING DELISTING PETITIONS
ENFORCEMENT OF APPLICABLE RCRA REGULATIONS AT FACILITIES WITH PENDING DELISTING REGULATIONS
EPA ENFORCEMENT OF RCRA-AUTHORIZED STATS HAZARDOUS WASTE LAWS AND REGULATIONS
GWM DEFICIENCIES IN PART B's, RESPONSES TO AND MECHANISMS TO PREVENT
INADEQUATE PART B PERMIT APPLICATION
INSPECTION AUTHORITY UNDER SECTION 3007 OF RCRA
PENALTIES FOR FAILURE TO SUBMIT A COMPLETE AND ADEQUATE PART B APPLICATION
PERMIT COMPLIANCE/ENFORCEMENT ISSUES (REG. X)
RCRA FACILITY ASSESSMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION
ROLE OF AUTHORIZED STATES IN DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Administrative Order
•ENFORCEMENT USING 3008 (hi AUTHORITY AND 3013 ORDERS
•RCRA COMPLIANCE ORDERS
3008(h) ORDERS OR POST-CLOSURE PERMITS AT CLOSING FACILITIES. USE OF
CONCURRENCE ON THE USE OF SECTION 7003 TO COMPEL THE CLEAN-UP OF AN OIL SPILL
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES, NATIONAL PRIORITIES
GUIDANCE ON HOW TO COORDINATE PERMIT 3004 (U) AND ORDER 3008 (HI REQUIREMENTS FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION
Enforcement Action
3008(h) ORDERS OR POST-CLOSURE PERMITS AT CLOSING FACILITIES, USE OF
CONCURRENCE ON THE USE OF SECTION 7003 TO COMPEL THE CLEAN-UP OF AN OIL SPILL
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
ENFORCEMENT ACTION
(See Enforcement)
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS
APPLICABILITY OF NEPA'S ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT TO EPA'S ACTIONS UNDER RCRA
XREF
9433.
9504.
9541.
9504.
9521.
9504.
9523.
9522.
9502.
9541.
1987(14)
1987(01)
1982(01)
1984(02)
1984(01)
1986(02)
1984(10)
00-3
00-4
1987(01)
9502.1986(18)
9523.1986(03)
9502.00-7
9504.1991(01)
9502.00-2
9502.1986(04)
9502.1989(04)
9502.00-7
9504.1991(01)
9523.00-12
XREF
XREF
9522.1979(01)
/ /
07/20/87
07/20/87
05/17/82
11/29/84
05/02/84
04/17/86
12/18/84
11/13/87
08/21/86
01/14/87
09/30/86
08/30/86
03/08/88
11/07/91
04/18/86
02/13/86
08/10/89
03/08/88
11/07/91
03/30/87
/ /
/ /
03/22/79


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EP TOXICITY
(See Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
EPA I.D. NUMBER
(See also Generators, Transporters, TSDF, Notification)
•MANIFESTING REQUIREMENTS AND EPA I.D. NUMBERS
•MANIFESTING REQUIREMENTS AND EPA IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
•TRANSFER FACILITY AS CENTRAL COLLECTION POINT
DO VESSELS TRANSPORTING A RCRA REGULATED HAZARDOUS WASTE REQUIRE AN EPA ID NUMBER FOR TRANSPORT BETWEEN THE U.S.
GENERATOR I.D. NUMBERS TO COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, ASSIGNING
PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE ON ISSUANCE OF PROVISIONAL EPA I.D. NUMBERS
RESIDUES GENERATED FROM THE TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS HASTE, I.D. NUMBERS FOR
USING A GENERATOR IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AND/OR MANIFEST TO DETERMINE LIABILITY
Identification
•DOT MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS
Identification Numbers
•IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS FOR TWO COMPANIES ON SAME SITE
•MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS FOR IMPORTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
•SIGNING THE MANIFEST AS AN AGENT WHEN IMPORTING HAZARDOUS WASTE
EPA I.D. NUMBER AND FACILITY LOCATION
EPA'S CURRENT INTERPRETATION OF THE REQUIREMENTS IN 40 CFR SECTION 262.12 REGARDING EPA ID NUMBERS
IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS FOR RESIDUES GENERATED FROM THE TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
INTERPRETATION OF GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS AS APPLIED TO VARIOUS ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE SCENARIOS
RAPID ISSUANCE OF IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS TO SITES UNDER INVESTIGATION BY DEA
EQUIVALENCY
(See Test Methods!
AND BELGIUM?
XREF
XREF
9452,
9452.
9461.
9455.
9451.
9463.
9441,
9451.
1989(01)
1990(011
1991(01)
1995(01)
1983(02)
1980(02)
1986(05)
1994(02)
9432.
9462.
9462.
9461.
9451.
9442.
9451.
9451.
/ /
/ /
12/30/89
02/25/90
11/01/91
02/17/95
09/30/83
11/26/80
01/16/86
03/04/94
9461.1987(05) 09/30/87
1988(02)
1995(01)
1995(02)
1989(03)
1995(01)
1986(01)
1996(06)
1987(01)
XREF
02/28/88
01/31/95
03/31/95
08/18/89
08/22/95
01/16/86
05/01/96
02/05/87
/ /
EXCLUSIONS
(See also Agricultural Waste, Hazardous Waste Identification, Recycle, Solid Waste, Wastewater)
•40 CFR SECTION 261.4(c): HAZARDOUS WASTES WHICH ARE EXEMPTED FROM CERTAIN REGULATIONS
•API SEPARATOR SLUDGE, EXCLUSION OF WATER FRACTION FROM K051 LISTING
•APPLICABILITY OF THE SECTION 261.4(a)(2) EXCLUSIONS
•BATTERY REGENERATION
•COKE AND COAL TAR RECYCLABLE MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS
•CONDITIONS FOR EXCLUSION OF PORTABLE TREATMENT UNITS
•HOTEL DRY CLEANING WASTE AND THE HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSIONS
•LAB EXCLUSION, APPLICATION OF
•LABORATORY TESTING FOR DIOXIN
•MEDICAL WASTE - HOUSEHOLD MEDICAL WASTE
•MINING WASTE EXCLUSION REINTKRPRETATION
•MOBILE WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS
~POLLUTION CONTROL SLUDGE FROM TREATMENT OF MINING WASTE - EXCLUSION
~RECLAIMED SPENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE EXCLUSION IN 261.4(a) (9)
~REGULATORY STATUS OF WASTE FROM OIL GATHERING PIPELINES
~RESTAURANT WASTE AND THE HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION
•SAMPLE EXCLUSION
'SECONDARY MATERIALS USED AS EFFECTIVE SUBSTITUTES FOR COWERCIAL PRODUCTS
•WASTE CLASSIFICATION
•WASTES GENERATED IN PROCESS UNITS
•ZERO DISCHARGE AT FACILITIES AND SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS. RCRA EXCLUSION, CWA APPLIES
XREF
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9471
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9432
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
.1990113a)
.1984(13)
.1987(84)
.1985(309)
.1989(04)
.1984(02)
.1995(13)
.1984(22)
.1985(11)
.1989(24)
.1985(35)
.1987(05)
.1985(09)
.1991(19)
.1992(03)
.1995(19)
.1990(13e)
.1992(13)
.1987(99)
.1986(96)
.1984(14)
/ /
05/31/90
05/30/84
10/31/87
09/30/85
02/28/89
03/30/84
03/31/95
07/31/84
03/30/85
08/16/89
10/30/85
06/30/87
02/28/85
12/01/91
01/31/92
05/31/95
05/31/90
05/31/92
12/31/87
12/30/86
05/30/84

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AQUEOUS SOLUTION, IGNITABILITY DEFINED

9443.1985(02)
CCA TRBATED WOOD WHEN DISPOSED

9441.1991(11)
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATORY APPLICATION TO SOILS CONTAMINATED BY CEMENT KILN DUST

9441.1993(11)
CLASSIFICATION OF HASTE FLUIDS ASSOCIATED WITH CLEAN UP OF CRUDE OIL LEAKS IN ACTIVE OIL
FIELDS
9441.1991105a)
DEIONIZATION ACID

9443.1986(11)
DISTILLATION OR FRACTIONATION COLUMN BOTTOMS FROM THE PRODUCTION OFCHLOROBENZENB

9441.1988(11)
DOMESTIC SEWAGE SLUDGE EXCLUSION

9441.1990(02)
DRILLING OPERATIONS, EXEMPTION OF CERTAIN WASTE FROM

9441.1980(03)
DRY CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES HASTE NOT EXCLUDED AS HOUSEHOLD WASTE

9441.1986(32)
EMISSION CONTROL DUST/SLUDGE FROM ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE AT FOUNDRY NOT A K061 WASTE

9441.1984(08)
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE IN CEMENT KILNS

9441.1987(78)
EXCLUSIONS FOR K-WASTES DENIED {LACLEDE STEEL)

9441.1989(48)
EXCLUSIONS FOR PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS IN RCRA TSDF INSURANCE POLICIES, GUIDANCE ON

9477.00-6
HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION SCOPE

9574.1991(01)
HOUSEHOLD WASTES - DISPOSAL OF CARBON-ZINC BATTERIES

9441.1984(07)
INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT OF LAB SAMPLES

9441.1989(20)
INTERPRETATION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER DISCHARGE EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE
9441.1995(05)
K006 WASTES AND ON-SITE DISPOSAL UNIT CONTAINING THESE WASTES

9444.1987(37)
K051 SLUDGE RE-USED ON-SITE, EXEMPTION

9494.1985(02)
LABORATORY WASTE EXCLUSION

9441.1985(03)
LAND DISPOSAL OP SOLVENTS

9453.1987(09)
MINING WASTE REGULATED UNDER SUBTITLE D RATHER THAN SUBTITLE C

9441.1986(55)
MIXING OF METHANOL AS NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE

9471.1983(01)
MIXTURES OF SPENT SOLVENTS - F001-F005, REGULATORY STATUS OF

9441.1984(06)
MODIFICATIONS TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM UNDER EXCLUSION

9441.1991(01)
OIL AND GAS EXEMPTION IN 3001 »b) (2! CA! OF RCRA: IRON SPONGE PROCESS

9441.1983(03)
PROCESS WASTE DELISTED BY THE STATE DESIGNATES THE WASTE NON-HAZARDOUS WITHIN THE STATE

9541.1986(04)
PROPER DISPOSAL OF SILVER NITRATE AND CHLOROFORM AS LABORATORY CHEMICALS

9441.1993(01)
RAW MATERIAL TRANSPORT VESSEL EXCLUSION FOR ALL WASTES GENERATED ON SUCH VESSELS

9441.1986(65)
RCRA 3001(t) (2) (b) AND STATES' EXCLUSION OF WASTES FROM REGULATION AS HAZARDOUS

9541.1986(05)
RESIDUES PROM U.S. NAVY SALVAGE FUEL BOILER

9441.1987(16)
RESPONSE TO REGION III IMPLEMENTATION AND OVERSIGHT ISSUES

9541.1986(10)
SCOPE OF BEVILL AMENDMENT AS IT APPLIES TO PHOSPHATE MINING, PHOSPHORIC ACID PRODUCTION,
AND ANCILLARY FACILITIES
9441.1992(10)
SCRAP DEHP AND SMALL CAPACITORS CONTAINING DEHP, DISPOSAL REQUIREMENTS FOR

9441.1985(23)
SIC CODE FOR A STEEL MANUFACTURER/PROCESSOR, PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE - POINT OF WASTE GENERATION
9441.1985(18)
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT THAT IS PART OF A WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY

9522.1988(02)
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE, LIME-STABILIZED, IN IRON AND STEEL AND PORCELAIN ENAMELING INDUSTRIES
9441.1984(31)
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, STATUS OP SUPERNATANT FROM LIME NEUTRALIZATION OF

9441.1984(12)
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, USE/REUSE EXEMPTION AS APPLIED TO

9441.1985(20)
TEMPORARY EXCLUSION APPLIED TO ONLY ONE FACILITY (MONROE AUTO)

9441.1987(30)
TRUCK OR RAIL SHIPMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TO A POTW

9441.1986(88)
WASTES GENERATED IN MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNIT NOT SUBJECT TO LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
UNTIL REMOVED
9441.1987(53)
WASTEWATERS EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF F021 FOR PCP MANUFACTURE

9444.1987(39)
ZIRCONIUM PHOSPHATING SLUDGES EXEMPTION

9444.1990(04)
Chromium
•SW-846 TEST METHOD 3060
CHROMIUM WASTES, EXCLUSION FOR CERTAIN
CHROMIUM WASTES: TRIVALENT AND HEXAVALENT, CHROMIUM IN TANNERY WASTES
SPENT SULFURIC ACID PICKLE LIQUOR USED TO PRODUCE FERTILIZER
TOTAL CHROMIUM ANALYSIS
USB OF HASTE LEATHER TRIMMINGS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF ABSORBED MATERIALS
9443.1987(20?
9441.1988(03)
9441.1986(24)
9493.1985(02)
9443.1987(11)
9441.1996(04)
Elementary Neutralization Units
•CONDITIONALLY EXEMPT SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS TREATING IN ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS
•ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS
•ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS GENERATING AND STORING NON-CORROSIVE HAZARDOUS WASTES
9441.1996(01)
9471.1988(03)
9472.1994(01)
02/26/85
06/28/91
06/30/93
OS/21/91
05/12/86
04/21/88
02/12/90
09/04/80
04/21/86
05/03/84
10/08/87
09/12/89
11/23/87
05/30/91
04/19/84
04/27/89
02/17/95
08/19/87
07/30/85
07/31/85
12/10/87
07/16/86
07/12/83
04/10/84
01/03/91
05/25/83
03/03/86
02/23/93
09/03/86
10/31/86
01/17/87
05/01/86
05/15/92
06/27/85
05/21/85
03/07/88
10/25/84
06/04/84
06/05/85
04/30/87
11/30/86
06/29/87
09/02/87
05/02/90
09/30/87
01/13/88
03/21/86
11/14/85
06/08/87
06/11/96
02/29/96
07/30/88
12/31/94

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•STATUS OP WWTUa/ENUs AT GENERATOR SITES	9432.1995(01!
ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION EXEMPTION	9471.1988 (02)
HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEM STANDARDS TO ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT AND EXEMPTED ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEMS	9483.1988(01!
TANK TREATMENT PROCESSES	9483.1990(021
THE EFFECT OF AN UPCOMING RULE ON NONHAZARDOUS UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL NELLS AND ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS	9554.1994(02)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS EXEMPTION	9471.1987(02)
Exemption
•CLOSED-LOOP RECYCLING EXCLUSION	9441.1993(02)
•ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS	9471.1988(03)
•ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS GENERATING AND STORING NON-CORROSIVE HAZARDOUS WASTES	9472.1994 (01)
•FUME INCINERATORS	9488.1986(03)
~GENERATION AND RECYCLING	9441.1987(20)
•HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORT RULE FOR BATTERY RECLAMATION	9497.1986 (Ola)
•MULTIPLE GENERATOR LOCATION AND CONSOLIDATION	9441.1987(32!
•NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPORTED WASTES	945S.1994 (01!
•OIL AND GAS EXCLUSION APPLICABILITY	9441,1988(42!
•PARTS WASHING WITH MINERAL SPIRITS, SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS	9441.1986(45!
•REGULATORY STATUS OF METALS RECOVERY UNDER RCRA	9498.1994(10!
•REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS CONDENSATE	9571.1993(01!
•STATUS OF FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTE EXCLUSION	9441.1995(16!
•TRUCK TRANSPORT OF WASTEWATER FOR PURPOSES OF SECTION 261.3(a)(2)(iv)(A)	9441.1991(13)
•WASTE DERIVED FROM TREATING EXEMPT OR EXCLUDED WASTES	9441.1987(31)
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT DEFINITION	9432.1988(05!
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT/GENERATOR ACCUMULATION TANK	9483.1988(1$)
APPLICABILITY OF PART 279 USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS TO THE OPERATION OF A VEHICLE FLEET SERVICING OPERATION	9592.1994(05!
APPLICABILITY OF THE HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION TO LEAD-CONTAMINATED SOIL	9441.1995108!
APPLICATION OF THE SCRAP METAL EXEMPTION TO LEAD FOIL USED IN DENTAL X-RAY PACKAGES	9441.1993(05!
CLARIFICATION AS TO WHETHER DEWATERING IS A PROCESS THAT TRIGGERS EPA'S USED OIL PROCESSOR REQUIREMENTS	9S92.1995 (01!
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ISSUES REGARDING OIL AND GAS WASTES	9571.1993(02!
CLARIFICATION OF HOW RCRA REGULATIONS APPLY TO OFF-SPECIFICATION FUELS THAT ARE BEING BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY	9441.1994(18!
CLARIFICATION REGARDING THE "REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION" PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS	9592.1994(10!
CLARIFICATION REGARDING THE HAZARDOUS WASTE SAMPLE EXCLUSION FOUND IN 40 CFR 261.4(d)	9441.1994(22!
CLASSIFICATION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM THE REVISED "ZINC-COBALT ALLOY PLATING ON CARBON STEEL" PROCESS	9441.1994(20!
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS AT FACILITIES HAVING DELISTING EXCLUSIONS REVOKED	9476.1988(01!
COAL/FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTES EXCLUDED FROM SUBTITLE C PENDING FURTHER STUDY	9441.1984(20)
CONDITIONALLY EXEMPT SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR PROVISIONS	9441.1992(25)
DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL FURNACE AS IT APPLIES TO SMELTING, MELTING, AND REFINING FURNACES HANDLING SECONDARY MATERIALS	9488.1993(01)
DETERMINATION OF THE APPLICABILITY OF A TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT (TET) EXEMPTION	9432.1988(06)
DO RCRA REQUIREMENTS APPLY TO THE HANDLING, SHIPMENT AND DISPOSAL OF HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE COMPONENTS?	9441,1995(07)
ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION EXEMPTION	9471.1588(02)
EPA'S INTERPRETATION OF THE EXEMPTION IN 40 CFR 261.3(a) (2) (iv) (F), A NEW SECTION OF EPA'S REGULATIONS ON CARBAMATE LISTING RULE 9441.1995(25!
EXEMPTION FOR MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION ASH FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATION	9S73.00-01
EXEMPTION FOR WASTEWATER DISCHARGES AND GENERATOR ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS	9441.1987(96)
EXEMPTION FROM PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR WASTE WATER TREATMENT UNITS	9522.1992(01)
EXPORT OF TREATABILITY SAMPLES	9441.1992(09!
LEAKING OR DAMAGED EXPLOSIVES	9471.1988(05!
LIME STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE EXCLUSION	9441.1987(74)
LIME-STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE EXEMPTION FOR LIME-AMMONIA STABILIZED IRON OXIDE SLUDGE	9441.1987(54)
MANAGEMENT OF WASTES PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION INTO SEWER	9441.1986(73)
MINIMUM HEAT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTES BURNED IN BIFs	9498,1994(02)
MIXED RADIOACTIVE HOSPITAL WASTES AND THE DOMESTIC SEWAGE EXCLUSION	9441.1986(94)
MIXTURES OF PICKLE LIQUOR AND OTHER WASTES AND THE LIME STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIOUOR SLUDGE EXEMPTION	9441.1987(08)
OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION EXCLUSION	9441.1987(04)
OIL FIELD OPERATIONS, EXEMPTIONS FOR CERTAIN	9441.1989(27)
ON-SITE TREATMENT EXEMPTION, REINTERPRETATION OF	9453.1987(08)
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR REMOTE SECONDARY CONTAINMENT AREA FOR DIRECT OFFLOADING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE-DERIVED FUEL INTO A CEMENT KILN 9483.1988(02)
02/28/95
04/29/88
01/27/88
08/15/90
01/05/94
12/21/87
02/28/93
07/30/88
12/31/94
03/30/86
03/31/87
05/30/86
04/30/87
12/31/94
09/30/88
05/30/86
10/31/94
07/30/93
04/30/95
07/01/91
04/30/87
10/30/88
07/30/88
06/10/94
03/07/95
04/29/93
08/10/95
11/05/93
07/11/94
09/28/94
08/11/94
08/02/94
01/29/88
08/16/84
08/25/92
12/06/93
02/02/88
02/28/95
04/29/88
08/03/95
09/18/92
12/10/87
01/16/92
05/04/92
11/30/88
09/02/87
07/13/87
09/25/86
05/20/94
12/19/86
01/28/87
01/13/87
06/06/89
12/15/87
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PERMIT-EXEMPT STATUS OF SLUDGE DRYERS ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS	9S03.52-1A	01/02/86
PETROLEUM REFINING HASTES AND EXEMPTIONS FOR WHTUs	9483.1990 (03!	09/20/90
PRECIPITATION WHICH IS CORROSIVE DUE TO CONTACT WITH EXEMPT HASTES (COAL GASIFICATION ASH)	9441.1986 (31)	04/21/86
QUANTUM TECH PLASMA ARC UNIT - REGULATORY CLASSIFICATION	9488.1991(04)	09/30/91
RD4D PERMIT FOR A SLUDGE DRYING PROCESS IN A WASTEWATER SYSTEM	9503.51-1A	12/24/85
RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS FOR SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS SUBJECT TO LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9454.1994(01)	05/09/94
RECYCLING OF COKE BY-PRODUCT RESIDUES	9441.1992(3?)	10/29/92
RECYCLING PETROLEUM REFINERY OILY WASTES	9441.1993(03)	03/05/93
REGULATION AND PERMITTING OF LABORATORIES	9441.1988(39)	08/30/88
REGULATION OP OILY HAZARDOUS PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTE	9493.1991(01)	01/08/91
REGULATION OF SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS UNDER THE SEPTEMBER 10, 1992 RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS	9592.1994(07)	07/22/94
REGULATORY DETERMINATION OF THE PRIMER NEUTRALIZATION UNIT "POPPING FURNACE"	9489.1994(02)	09/19/94
REGULATORY DETERMINATION ON THE STATUS OF A LEAD/COPPER METAL PRODUCED BY METALS RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES (MRT)	9441.1994 (23)	08/19/94
REGULATORY DETERMINATION ON THB STATUS OF PRECIOUS METAL RECOVERY FURNACES	9496.1993(01)	12/27/93
REGULATORY STATUS OP HIGH PURITY CHEMICALS THAT ARE INITIALLY USED BY CUSTOMERS AND THEN SOLD TO OTHER BUSINESSES FOR FURTHER USE 9441.1994(24)	08/30/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF LABORATORY WASTEWATER	9441.1992(01)	01/15/92
REGULATORY STATUS OF SEPARATOR WATER AND EVAPORATOR UNITS AT DRY CLEANERS	9471.1993(01)	06/02/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF SEPARATOR WATER AND THE USE OF SEPARATOR WATER EVAPORATORS AT DRY-CLEANING FACILITIES	9432.1993(02)	10/22/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF SOLDER DRIPPINGS GENERATED DURING RADIATOR REPAIR OPERATIONS	9441.1993(07)	04/29/93
REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPOSAL OF DISCHARGED M-44 CYANIDE CAPSULES THAT ORIGINALLY CONTAINED A SODIUM CYANIDE PESTICIDE	9442.1993(05)	12/23/93
RESOLUTION OF RCRA ISSUES RELATING TO THE WOOD PRESERVING INDUSTRY	9451.1996 (03)	05/01/96
RESPONSES TO ACCIDENTAL SPILLS OF LISTED OR CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTES	9471.1986(01)	09/29/86
REVISED IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY FOR CITY OF CHICAGO V. EDF MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION (MWC) ASH SUPREME COURT DECISION	9441.1995(11)	03/22/95
SCRAP AMALGAM FILLINGS FROM DENTISTS, DISPOSAL OF	9441.1989(22!	05/17/89
SCRAP METAL REMOVED FROM SPENT ALKALINE BATTERIES THAT ARE RECYCLED	9441.1986(79)	10/20/86
SECONDARY MATERIALS REGULATION - USED SULFURIC ACID	9441.1988 (23)	06/06/88
SEDIMENT SAMPLE DISPOSAL	9441.1989(12)	03/31/89
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT AS A WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT	9432.1987(08)	08/03/87
STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR FROM STEEL/IRON INDUSTRY	9441.1990(16)	06/19/90
STATUS OF MIXED COAL PRODUCTS	9441.1996(03)	05/30/96
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) CQ>*ENTS	9523.00-14	03/14/86
TC RULE DELAY OF IMPOSITION ON OIL FILTERS	9441.1991(151	09/25/91
TCLP PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION EXEMPTION FOR MUNITIONS	9442.1991(16)	05/01/91
TEST SAMPLES, EXCLUSION FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE	9431.1989(03)	06/05/89
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM	9432.1987(01)	03/17/87
TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF SHOCK SENSITIVE OR EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS	9527.1992(01)	11/03/92
TRANSPORTATION OF USED OIL TO LOCATIONS WHERE USED OIL CAN BE MIXED WITH CRUDE OIL	9592.1994 (04)	06/09/94
USED BATTERIES RETURNED FOR REGENERATION EXEMPTION	9497.1991(01)	03/04/91
USED CRANKCASE OIL DISPOSED OF BY DO-IT-YOURSELFERS	9441.1987(64)	06/13/87
USED OIL, BURNING OF OFF-SPECIFICATION FUEL - DUMPING	9441.1986(40)	07/31/86
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM, SOLVENT RECOVERY STILL BOTTOMS IN	9441.1985(43)	12/17/85
WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT EXEMPTION	9431.1989(02)	09/26/89
WOULD REGENERATION EXEMPTION APPLY TO VARIOUS TYPES OF LOCATIONS AT WHICH LEAD-ACID BATTERIES ARE REGENERATED?	9441.1995(01)	01/12/95
ZINC OXIDE RECLAIMED FROM KILNS	9444.1988(02«)	01/26/88
Filter Press
~FILTER PRESS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT, EXCLUSION FOR
FILTER PRESS PROPOSED AS PART OF CORRECTIVE ACTION - NOT EXCLUDED FROM PERMITTING
9432.1984(04)
9433,1987(10)
05/30/84
06/12/87
Fossil Fuels
•FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTE EXCLUSION
•MINING EXCLUSION FOR SMELTER SLAG
•STATUS OP FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTE EXCLUSION
COAL/FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTES EXCLUDED FROM SUBTITLE C PENDING FURTHER STUDY
FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTE EXCLUSION IN 261.4(b) (4), FUEL MIXTURES
9441.1986(16)
9441.1984(23)
9441.1995(16)
9441.1984(20)
9441.1981(01)
02/28/86
07/31/84
04/30/95
08/16/84
01/13/81
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Caseous Emissions
INCINERATORS THAT RECEIVE GASEOUS EMISSIONS, RCRA EXCLUSION, CAA APPLIES
Mining Haste
•DEFINITION OF FORMERLY BEVILL EXEMPT WASTE
•EXPLORATION OR PRODUCTION OF CRUDE OIL, NATURAL GAS, OR GEOTHERMAL ENERGY - WASTE EXCLUSION
•MIMING EXCLUSION FOR SMELTER SLAG
•MINING WASTE EXCLUSION REINTERPRETATION
•MINING WASTE, K064, AND 3004 1*)
~ORE AND MINERAL EXTRACTION, BENEFICIATION AND PROCESSING EXCLUSION APPLICABILITY
•PRODUCED WATERS FROM NATURAL GAS EXPLORATION - EXCLUSION
•REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS CONDENSATE
BEVILL AMENDMENT APPLIED TO COAL GASIFICATION FACILITY
CHARACTERISTIC TESTS FOR DETERMINING THE HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTICS OF MINING WASTES
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ISSUES REGARDING OIL AND GAS WASTES
DECISION DEADLINES FOR RETROFITTING WAIVER REQUESTS
DROSS FROM ALUMINUM SMELTING USED IN MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT
INDUSTRIAL FURNACES BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTES AND THE RESIDUALS GENERATED {LOUISIANA REG)
INTERPRETATION OF THE BEVILL EXEMPT STATUS OF WASTES AT THE MAGCORP FACILITY
MINERAL PROCESSING RESIDUALS FROM COMBUSTION UNITS BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL
MINING LABORATORY WASTES UNDER 40 CFR 261.4(b) (7) - EXCLUSION OF
MINING WASTE AS NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE
MINING WASTE EXCLUSION FOR A FERROALLOY FACILITY
MINING WASTE EXCLUSION INCLUDING PRIMARY PROCESSING BUT NOT SUBSEQUENT STEPS
MINING WASTE REGULATED UNDER SUBTITLE D RATHER THAN SUBTITLE C
PHOSPHATE AND GAS PROCESSING INDUSTRY WASTES
RESIDUAL WATER DERIVED FROM AN EXEMPT WASTE (COAL ASH) IS EXEMPT
Totally Enclosed Treatment Units
AUTHORIZATION OF STATE PROGRAMS TO IMPLEMENT LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS PROGRAMS
CHEMICAL AGENT/MUNITIONS SYSTEM (CADMS) IS NOT TOTALLY ENCLOSED AND SUGGESTED RD&D PERMIT
DETERMINATION OF THE APPLICABILITY OF A TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT (TET) EXEMPTION
EVAPORATOR USED TO REMOVE WATER FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE
FILTER PRESS PROPOSED AS PART OF CORRECTIVE ACTION - NOT EXCLUDED FROM PERMITTING
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION AND ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS APPLICABILITY TO AN ASH TREATMENT FACILITY
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR WET-AIR OXIDATION UNIT (VERTECH)
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN PIPELINES LEADING TO A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
9441.1984(15) 07/31/84
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9571.
9571.
9441.
9571.
9441.
9443.
9571.
9571.
9441.
9494.
9441.
9441,
9441,
9441.
9441.
9441
9441
9443
9441
1995(12)
1984(11)
1984(23)
1985(35)
.1986(04)
.1989(01)
.1984(21)
.1993(01)
.1987(76)
,1985(09)
,1993(02)
.1987(01)
,1989(01)
,1987(02)
.1994(05)
.1984(19)
.1984(09)
.1986(72)
.1986(48)
.1986(81)
.1986(55)
.1983(04)
.1986(49)
9541
9432
9432
9432
9433
9432
9432
9432
9432
9441
1986(13)
1985(07)
1988(06)
1987(03)
,1987(10)
.1987(10)
1986(15)
.00-1
.1986(06)
.1986 (62)
03/31/95
04/30/84
07/31/84
10/30/85
07/30/86
01/30/89
07/31/84
07/30/93
09/1S/87
10/03/85
11/05/93
10/08/87
02/07/89
04/15/87
03/23/94
08/15/84
05/09/84
09/16/86
06/10/86
11/03/86
07/16/86
07/05/83
06/16/86
06/24/86
11/19/85
02/02/88
05/01/87
06/12/87
08/28/87
12/22/86
02/11/86
02/06/86
08/19/86
EXEMPTION
(See Exclusions)
EXPANSIONS
(See Permit Conditions) (See also Interim Status Process)
EXPLORATION WASTE
(See Mining Waste)
EXPLOSIVE WASTES
(See Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
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EXPORT OP HAZARDOUS HASTE
(See also Transporters, Manifest)
•EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTB
•EXPORT OP RECYCLABLE MATERIALS
•EXPORT OP RESTRICTED HASTE
•EXPORT REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSPORTATION THROUGH TRANSIT COUNTRIES
•EXPORTING HAZARDOUS HASTE
•HAZARDOUS HASTE EXPORT RULE FOR BATTER* RECLAMATION
•NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPORTED HASTES
BATTERY RECYCLING AND EXPORT
CANADIAN MANIFEST FOR SHIPMENTS ENTERING THE U.S.
DO VESSELS TRANSPORTING A RCRA REGULATED HAZARDOUS HASTE REQUIRE AN EPA ID NUMBER FOR TRANSPORT BETWEEN THE U.S.
EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTES UTILIZED FOR PRECIOUS METALS RECLAMATION
EXPORT OF PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED SOIL
EXPORT OF TREATABILITY SAMPLES
EXPORT REQUIREMENTS FOR SPENT BATTERIES SENT TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR RECYCLING
EXPORTERS OP HAZARDOUS HASTE TO MEXICO, RESPONSIBILITIES OF
EXPORTING CHARACTERISTICALLY HAZARDOUS SLUDGE FOR RECLAMATION
EXPORTING PETROLEUM HASTE TO SOUTH AMERICA
HAZARDOUS HASTE DETERMINATION OF "NICKEL MATTE" BY-PRODUCT
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS APPLIED TO EXPORTED HASTES
MOVEMENT OF NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERIES FROM MEXICO TO JAPAN VIA THE UNITED STATES
RECOVERED LEAD AND LEAD ALLOYS FROM BATTERIES
REGULATORY STATUS OP SPENT PHOTOCONDUCTOR DRUMS FROM PHOTOCOPYING MACHINES
REPROCESSING OF BATTERIES
SALE AND SCRAPPING OF DOT'S MARITIME OBSOLETE VESSELS FROM THE NATIONAL DEFENSE RESERVE FLEET
AND BELGIUM?
XREF
9455,
9456.
9551,
9455.
9456.
9497.
9455,
9497,
9462.
9455.
9455.
9462.
9441.
9455.
9455.
9453.
9455.
9441.
9551.
9452.
9455.
9441.
9497.
9441.
1986101)
1986(01)
1987(22)
1995(02)
1987(011
1986(018)
1994(01)
1987(01)
1985(01)
1995(01)
1991(01)
1993(01)
1992(09)
1987(01)
1987(02)
1993(02)
1989(01)
1994(32)
1991(07)
1993(01)
1991(03)
1992(39)
1987(02)
1994(211
/ /
09/30/86
10/30/86
10/31/87
03/31/95
08/30/87
05/30/86
12/31/94
02/12/87
11/29/85
02/17/95
02/05/91
02/18/93
05/04/92
06/19/87
06/15/87
03/23/93
06/27/89
12/23/94
04/23/91
01/28/93
12/10/91
11/10/92
02/19/87
08/05/94
EXPOSURE INFORMATION
(See Risk Assessment)
XREF
/ /
EXTENSION
(See also Land Disposal Restrictions)
EXTENSION TO GENERATOR ACCUMULATION TIME LIMITS FOR UNFORESEEN, TEMPORARY CIRCUMSTANCES
EXTENSIONS TO STORAGE PROHIBITION AND LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
POTENTIALLY CONFLICTING REGULATION OF INFILTRATION GALLERIES BY THE OGWDH AND OSH
UNDERGROUND INJECTION HELLS USED IN HYDROCARBON RECOVERY
XREF
9453.1987(05)
9555.1987(01)
9521.1991(01)
9521.1991(02)
/ /
08/12/87
10/02/87
08/27/91
08/30/91
F-HASTES
(See Listed Hazardous Haste, Hazardous Hast* Identification)
FACILITY
(See TSDFs)
FACILITY MANAGEMENT PLAN
XREF
XREF
/ I
/ /
FIELD ASSESSMENT AND PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT PLAN FOR THE OCCIDENTAL INCINERATOR
RCRA PROGRAM DIRECTIONS - PRIORITY TO ENVIRONMENTALLY SIGNIFICANT FACILITIES
XREF
9505.1986(01)
9501.1987(02)
/ /
09/18/86
12/14/87
FEDERAL FACILITIES
XREF
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~RECORDING STATE-REGULATED WASTES ON THE UHWM
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES, ISSUES AND NATIONAL PRIORITIES FOR
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES, NATIONAL PRIORITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION/PERMIT ISSUES - U.S. ARMY - ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
DELISTING PETITION OF NITROGEN TETROXIDE RINSATE
HSWA APPLIED TO FEDERAL FACILITIES (DOE-OAK RIDGE)
MIXED WASTE (DOE FACILITIES), DEFINITION OF
OPERATOR AT DOE OAK RIDGE FACILITY, DETERMINATION OF
OPERATOR AT GOVERNMENT-OWNED CONTRACTOR-OPERATED (GOCO) FACILITIES
ROLE OF AUTHORIZED STATES IN DISPUTE RESOLUTION
SIGNATORIES FOR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PERMIT APPLICATIONS
STATE REGULATION OF FEDERAL AGENCIES FOR PURPOSE OF INTERIM AUTHORIZATION
VIOLATION OF EPA HAZARDOUS HASTE MANIFEST REGULATIONS BY FEDERAL FACILITIES
9452
9502
9502
9502
9502
9502
9433
9502
9503
9432
9472
9541
9522
9542
9452
.1984(03)
.00-2
.1986(06)
.1986(01)
.1986(04)
.1986(09)
.1990(07)
.1985(06)
.1985(01)
.1984(01)
.1987(01)
.1987(01)
.1985(01)
.1980(05)
.1984(02)
11/30/84
04/18/86
04/15/86
01/08/86
02/13/86
05/08/86
12/21/90
10/29/85
05/10/85
01/27/84
06/24/87
01/14/87
02/11/85
11/14/80
10/25/84
CCD
ARMY CHEMICAL/MUNITIONS SYSTEM, REGULATORY STATUS OF
CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS FOR FEDERAL FACILITIES AND IRP ACTIVITIES
DEMILITARIZATION OF MUNITIONS
DEPARTMENT OF ARMY MUNITION DEACTIVATION POPPING FURNACE
DISCARDED WASTEWATER AT A CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY
DOD MUNITIONS BECOME SOLID WASTE SUBJECT TO RCRA WHEN THERE IS AN INTENT TO DISPOSE OR DESTROY THEM
DOD'S IRP PROGRAM AND RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION
INCINERATORS FOR DESTRUCTION OF NERVE AGENTS, HIGH PRIORITY PERMITTING
INSTALLATION RESTORATION PROGRAM (IRP) - DOD
OPEN BURNING/OPEN DETONATION AT DOD FACILITIES
PERMIT APPLICATIONS FOR DESTRUCTION OF NERVE AGENTS
QUALIFICATION OF AN ENGINEER FROM THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS AS INDEPENDENT WITH RESPECT TO AN ARMY FACILITY
REACTIVE WASTE - EXPLOSIVITY
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT SAMPLING PLAN FOR HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE
TCLP PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION EXEMPTION FOR MUNITIONS
USING A GENERATOR IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AND/OR MANIFEST TO DETERMINE LIABILITY
VOLATILIZATION OF SOLVENTS COUNTED AS SOLVENTS USED
WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES AT DOD FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTATION
9527
9502
9441
9488
9444
9441
9502
9501
9502
9502
9488
9483
9443
9523
9484
9442
9451
9441
9494
.1985(01)
.1986(14)
.1987(03)
.1987(03)
.1991(05)
.1985(31)
.1986(17)
.1986(01)
.1986(20)
.1986(16)
.1986(10)
.1987(20)
.1988(10)
.00-18
.1988(03)
.1991(16)
.1994(02)
.1991(08)
.1986(02)
11/19/85
08/22/86
01/07/87
03/25/87
11/26/91
10/03/85
09/29/86
09/11/86
12/08/86
09/22/86
09/11/86
12/15/87
09/13/88
03/14/89
06/20/88
05/01/91
03/04/94
06/10/91
03/19/86
DOE
BYPRODUCT MATERIAL AND MIXED WASTE, AEA AND DOE INTERFACE
CLOSURE OF A DOE SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT THAT LOST INTERIM STATUS
MIXED WASTES AT DOE FACILITIES, REGULATION OF
Inventory
FEDERAL FACILITIES INVENTORY UNDER RCRA 3016
Open Burning/Open Detonation (OB/OD)
•INTERIM STATUS FOR MILITARY FACILITIES OPEN BURNING AREA
CLARIFICATION OF THE USE AND MANAGEMENT OF MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE FIRE TRAINING PITS
DEMILITARIZATION OF MUNITIONS
DOD MUNITIONS BECOME SOLID WASTE SUBJECT TO RCRA WHEN THERE IS AN INTENT TO DISPOSE OR DESTROY THEM
FIRE TRAINING PITS, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR
OPEN BURNING/OPEN DETONATION AT DOD FACILITIES
THERMAL TREATMENT UNITS, SCOPE OF SUBPART X
9441.1986(46)
9484.1986(02)
9503.1985(02)
9441
9489.
9441.
9441.
9489,
9502.
9489.
06/02/86
04/02/86
08/30/85
9502.1987(03) 03/06/87
1984(04)
1988(02!
1987(03)
1985(31)
1987(02)
1986(16)
1988(01)
02/18/84
08/11/88
01/07/87
10/03/85
07/22/87
09/22/86
05/18/88
FERROUS METALS
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)
XREF
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FIFRA
(See Agricultural Haste)
FILTER PRESS
(See Exclusion®)
FINAL COVER
(See alao Cloture Process)
CLOSURE PLAN COMMENTS/ISSUES (CRUCIBLE STEEL)
FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
(See also Closure Process, Post-Cloaure)
•CORRECTIVE ACTION BEYOND FACILITY BOUNDARY - FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENT
•FINANCIAL ASSURANCE
•FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
•GENERATOR CLOSURE/FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TANK SYSTEMS
•SUBSTITUTION OF STATE FINANCIAL MECHANISM FOR EPA
ABILITY TO PASS THE RCRA FINANCIAL TEST FOR ENVIRONMENTAL OBLIGATIONS
AUTHORITY TO ENFORCE 264 SUBPART H COMPLIANCE AT FACILITIES LOCATED ON STATE-OWNED LAND
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO PERMITTED HAZARDOUS HASTE FACILITIES UNDER RCRA
FACILITY'S OPERATING LIFE, DETERMINATION OF
FINANCIAL ASSURANCE FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION BEYOND FACILITY BOUNDARIES
FINANCIAL ASSURANCE INSTRUMENTS
FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REGULATIONS RELATED TO BANKRUPTCY (LTV)
FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS - CERTIFYING CLOSURE
LOSS OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY COVERAGE ON INTERIM STATUS AND PERMIT ISSUANCE
PART B FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INFO. REQ. FOR OWNERS/OPERATORS IN STATES WITH ONLY PHASE 1 AUTHORIZATION
REQUIREMENTS OF A FACILITY GENERATING, STORING, AND MANIFESTING FOOl
RISK RETENTION GROUPS AND FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
Bond Ratings
ACCEPTABLE BOND RATINGS FOR USE IN SUBTITLE C FINANCIAL TEST
CLOSURE COST ESTIMATES
THIRD PARTY LETTERS OF CREDIT - CONVERTIBLE BONDS
Cor|)oraCe Guarantee
CORPORATE GUARANTEE AS ALTERNATIVE MEANS TO MEET FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS BOARD STATEMENT 106 AND ITS AFFECTS ON THE RCRA FINANCIAL TEST
Coat Estimates
•FINANCIAL ASSURANCB COST ADJUSTMENTS ON A QUARTERLY BASIS
•FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS/CLOSURE COSTS
•GNP V. GDP FOR COST ADJUSTMENTS UNDER RCRA
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN CLOSURE COST ESTIMATE REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO FACILITIES SEEKING A PERMIT UNDER 40 CFR 264
CLOSURE COST ESTIMATES BASED ON THIRD PARTY COSTS
FINANCIAL TEST (UNION CARBIDE, 3/86)
PETROLEUM REFINERY SLUDGE REGULATIONS
Insurance
•LIABILITY INSURANCE FOR ACCIDENTAL AND SUDDEN ACCIDENTAL OCCURRENCES
•LIABILITY REQUIREMENTS
•TERMINATION OF INSURANCE
XREF
XREF
XREF
9476.1984(05)
XREF
9S02.
9477.
9477.
9483.
9477,
9477.
9477.
9477.
9477.
9502.
9477.
9477.
9477,
9528.
9477.
9475.
9477.
1986(10)
1987(12)
1984(09)
1989(01)
1983(04)
1994(06)
1984(02)
1994(051
1984(07)
1989(01)
1984(05)
1986(12)
1990(02)
1985(09)
1982(01)
1986(Ola)
0O-5
9477.1989(01)
9477.1983(03)
9477.1986(16)
9477.1986(02)
9477.1994(01)
9477
9477
9477
9477
9477
9477
9444
1994(02)
1986(11)
1994(03)
1994(04)
1984(01)
1986(10)
1990(05)
9477.1984(08)
9477.1986(03)
9477.1983(02)
/ /
/ /
/ /
09/18/84
/ /
05/30/86
11/30/87
12/30/84
04/30/89
09/30/83
10/07/94
01/30/84
08/19/94
12/03/84
03/02/89
06/06/84
07/23/86
05/28/90
11/27/85
05/24/82
10/30/86
11/23/87
05/16/89
12/09/83
09/04/86
01/03/86
04/01/94
06/30/94
06/30/86
06/30/94
07/25/94
01/12/84
06/25/86
10/17/90
11/30/84
02/28/86
02/28/83

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CAPTIVE INSURANCE COMPANIES TO COMPLY WITH LIABILITY COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS, CREATION OP
CERTIFICATIONS OF LIABILITY INSURANCE, HW FACILITY
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPAIRMENT LIABILITY INSURANCE
EXCLUSIONS FOR PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS IN RCRA TSDP INSURANCE POLICIES, GUIDANCE ON
INSURANCE COVERAGE LIMITS
LIABILITY REGULATIONS
RISK RETENTION GROUPS AND FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
Liability
•FINANCIAL ASSURANCE
~FINANCIAL TEST LIABILITIES
•LIABILITY REQUIREMENTS
•LIABILITY REQUIREMENTS OF SUBSIDIARIES
CAPTIVE INSURANCE COMPANIES TO COMPLY WITH LIABILITY COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS, CREATION OF
CORPORATE GUARANTEE FOR LIABILITY COVERAGE
EFFECTS OF THE SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR RULE ON VARIOUS GENERATOR HASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
EXCLUSIONS FOR PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS IN TSDF INSURANCE POLICIES
FACILITIES UNABLE TO MEET LIABILITY COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS
FINANCIAL ASSURANCE FOR LIABILITY THROUGH RISK RETENTION GROUP
FINANCIAL TEST (UNION CARBIDE, 3/86)
GENERATOR LIABILITY FOR DELISTED WASTE RELEASES
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION PROGRAMS, CERCLA AND RCRA LIABILITY OF MUNICIPAL SPONSORS OF
LIABILITY COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS WITH RESPECT TO LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS
LIABILITY REGULATIONS
LIABILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR FACILITIES ACTIVELY SEEKING A RCRA PERMIT
OWNER/OPERATOR UNDER RCRA AND CERCLA, DEFINITION OF
PERMIT ISSUES REGARDING ON-SITE TREATMENT BY FLUIDI2ED BED INCINERATION
POTENTIAL LIABILITY OF DISPOSAL FACILITIES WHEN DISPOSING OF CONTAMINATED DEBRIS
RECYCLABLE CLOTH WIPERS AND DISPOSABLE INDUSTRIAL WIPERS USED TO CLEAN UP HAZARDOUS WASTES
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR iSQG) REQUIREMENTS AND LIABILITIES
SUBPART H FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
THIRD-PARTY LIABILITY COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS
Liability Coverage
•FINANCIAL ASSURANCE
•FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INACTIVE SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
BODILY INJURY/PROPERTY DAMAGE CLAIMS AT TSDFs
RISK RETENTION GROUPS AND FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
FLAWABLE
(See Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT
•POST-CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS LOCATED IN A 100 YEAR FLOOD PLAIN
FOOD PROCESSING WASTE
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)
FORMALDEHYDE
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)
947?
9477
9477
9477
9477
9477
9477
.1986(04)
.1982103)
.1984(06!
.00-6
.1984(04)
.1986(09)
.00-5
9477
9477
9477
9477
9477
9477
9451
9477
9477
9477
9477
9433
9441
9477
9477
9477
9432
9522
9477
9441
9451
9477
9477
.1988(04)
.1986(OS)
.1986(03)
,1987(05)
.1986104)
.1986(13)
.1986(01)
.1988(01)
.1987(10)
.1987(09)
.1986(10)
.1985(04)
.1986(09)
.1987(03)
.1986(09)
.1987(01)
.1987(12)
.1985(05)
.1993(01)
.1986(53)
,1991(01)
.1983(01)
.1987(11)
9477.1988(06)
9477.1985(02)
9477.1990(01)
9477.00-5
XREF
XREF
9484.1984(02)
XREF
XREF
03/20/86
10/07/82
11/28/84
11/23/87
11/20/84
07/24/86
11/23/87
10/30/88
03/31/86
02/28/86
06/30/87
03/20/86
08/15/86
03/17/86
02/25/88
11/10/87
11/10/87
06/25/86
10/23/85
01/28/86
04/01/87
07/24/86
03/02/87
10/28/87
12/13/85
10/04/93
07/03/86
03/13/91
01/05/83
11/10/87
12/31/88
01/31/85
01/25/90
11/23/87
/ /
/ /
12/31/84
/ /
/ /

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FOSSIL FUELS
(See Mining Hasee, Exclusions)
FREE LIQUIDS
(See Land Disposal Restrictions, Paint Filter Test) (See .also SH-846)
FREQtt
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
FUEL
{See Hazardous Haste Fuels, Used Oil)
FURNACE
(See Incineration)
GAS CONDENSATE
(See Land Disposal Facilities)
CAS PROCESSING HASTES
PHOSPHATE AND GAS PROCESSING INDUSTRY WASTES
GASEOUS EMISSIONS
(See Exclusions)
GENERATORS
(See also Hazardous Haste Identification, Import, Export of Hazardous Waste)
•BURNING/BLENDING OF UNUSED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT (XYLENE) WITH USED OIL
•GENERATOR AT NAVAL VESSEL OPERATIONS
~GENERATOR CLOSURE/FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TANK SYSTEMS
~GENERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES; FACILITY OWNER/OPERATOR OR MOBILE RECYCLING UNIT OPERATOR
•HAZARDOUS HASTE EXPORT RULE FOR BATTERY RECLAMATION
•LAB PACKS AT GENERATOR SITES
•TRANSFER FACILITY AS CENTRAL COLLECTION POINT
•TREATABILITY STUDIES ON HAZARDOUS HASTE SAMPLES, PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
•TREATMENT IN A GENERATOR'S 90-DAY CONTAINMENT BUILDING
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA USED OIL REGULATIONS TO USED OIL CONTAINED IN DISCARDED HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
ATON BATTERIES, GENERATOR DEFINITION FOR
CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS HASTES GENERATED AT PRIMARY METAL SMELTING AND REFINING SITES
CLARIFICATION OP HOW PROVISIONS IN CERCLA APPLY TO "SERVICE STATION DEALERS" THAT HANDLE USED OIL
CLARIFICATION OP THE APPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN RCRA REQUIREMENTS TO COMMON EXCAVATION-TYPE ACTIVITIES
CLARIFICATION OF USED OIL RULES AS THEY APPLY TO DO-IT-YOURSELF OIL CHANGERS
CLARIFICATION ON THE AMOUNT, TYPE, AND FREQUENCY OF TRAINING REQUIRED FOR PERSONNEL HANDLING HAZARDOUS WASTE AT FACILITIES
CO-GENERATOR POLICY AND EXCEPTIONS WHEN A GENERATOR IS DESIGNATED BY A MUTUAL AGREEMENT AMONG CO-GENERATORS
CONDITIONALLY EXEMPT SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR PROVISIONS
EPA1 S CURRENT INTERPRETATION OF THE REQUIREMENTS IN 40 CFR SECTION 262.12 REGARDING EPA ID NUMBERS
EXPLOSIVES PRESENTING AN IMMEDIATE SAFETY THREAT AND EXPLOSIVES STORED DURING ANALYSIS
GENERATOR DETERMINATION-CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9443.1983(04)
XREF
XREF
9442.
9432.
9483.
9453.
9497.
9453.
9461.
9441,
9451.
9592.
9453.
9443.
9592.
9441.
9592.
9451.
9451.
9441.
9451.
9527.
9451.
1985(01)
1985(02)
1989(01)
1984(03)
1986101a)
1988(02)
1991(01)
1986(58)
1992(01)
1994(06)
1988(03)
1986(16)
1994(12)
1992(16)
1994(03)
1993(02)
1996(01)
1992(25)
1995(01)
1988(031
1980(02)
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
07/05/83
/ /
/ /
12/30/85
05/30/85
04/30/89
12/30/84
05/30/86
01/30/88
11/01/91
06/30/86
08/31/92
07/11/94
02/25/88
07/09/86
11/10/94
06/11/92
04/08/94
10/07/93
03/12/96
08/25/92
08/22/95
08/11/88
11/18/80

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GENERATOR LIABILITY FOR DELISTED WASTE RELEASES

9433.1985(04)
GENERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES FOR IMPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

9455.1985(01)
GENERATOR USE OF TOTAL CONSTITUENT ANALYSIS IN LIEU OF THE EP OR TCLP TESTS

9451.1986(03)
GENERATOR WITH RESPECT TO REGULATION OF OPERATIONAL WASTES FROM SHIPS, DEFINITION

9432.1986(05)
GUIDANCE ON WHETHER GENERATORS MUST POST "NO SMOKING" SIGNS WHEN A FACILITY HAS A
"TOBACCO-FREE" POLICY
9472.1995(01)
LIABILITY OF A SERVICING COMPANY AS A GENERATOR OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

9451.1980(01)
MICRO-CLEAR REGULATORY STATUS

9444.1990(02)
MOBILE SOLVENT RECYCLER, GENERATOR DETERMINATION FOR

9432.1986(13)
NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENT WHEN SHIPPING RESTRICTED WASTES TO A STORAGE FACILITY

9551.1987(20)
ON-SITE RECYCLING OF SPENT SOLVENTS BY GENERATORS

9441.1986(21)
PERMIT ISSUES REGARDING ON-SITE TREATMENT BY FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATION

9522.1985(05)
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO ON-SITE TREATMENT AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT EXEMPTIONS
9522.1988(04)
PORT FACILITIES AS GENERATORS OF OILY WASTE

9451.1986(02)
RAW MATERIAL TRANSPORT VESSEL EXCLUSION FOR ALL WASTES GENERATED ON SUCH VESSELS

9441.1986(65)
RECYCLING ACTIVITIES

9451.1989(01)
REGULATION AND PERMITTING OF LABORATORIES

9441.1988(39)
REGULATORY STATUS OF SEPARATOR WATER AND EVAPORATOR UNITS AT DRY CLEANERS

9471.1993(01)
REQUIREMENTS FOR CHANGING STATUS OF A TANK FROM TSD TO GENERATOR ACCUMULATION

9453.1985(05)
RESIDUES GENERATED FROM THE TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, I.D. NUMBERS FOR

9441.1986(05)
RESPONSIBILITY OF GENERATOR IN HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATIONS

9451.1984(02)
SATELLITE ACCUMULATION

9453.1989(07)
SOLAR CELL AND HIGH TECH INDUSTRIES HAZARDOUS WASTE

9444.1983(03)
SOLVENT RECLAMATION OPERATIONS AT SEMICONDUCTOR FIRMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS

9441.1986(89)
SPENT CARBON REGULATION

9441.1987(37)
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION AND ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS APPLICABILITY TO
AN ASH TREATMENT FACILITY
9432.1987(10)
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS

9453.1991(02)
TREATMENT RESIDUALS OP CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE AS A LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE

9441.1988(44)
VOLUNTARY CORRECTIVE ACTION

9502.1987(11)
WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES AT DOD FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTATION

9494.1986(02)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS ARE NOT DESIGNATED FACILITIES AND MA* NOT RECEIVE OFF-SITE HAZARDOUS HASTES
9452.1987(01)
Accumulation
•ACCUMULATION TIME FOR EXCESS OF SS-GALLON LIMIT IN SATELLITE AREAS
•ACCUMULATION TIME FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTERS
•ADDING ABSORBENT TO BASTE CONTAINERS
•CONTAINMENT BUILDINGS AS GENERATOR ACCUMULATION UNITS
•GENERATOR ACCUMULATION AND SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
•GENERATOR AT NAVAL VESSEL OPERATIONS
•GENERATOR SATELLITE ACCUMULATION/COUNTING REQUIREMENT
•GENERATOR STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO TRANSPORTERS
•GENERATOR'S SATELLITE ACCUMULATION/COUNTING REQUIREMENTS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•INTERIM STATUS PART A APPLICATION WITHORAWL
•MULTIPLE GENERATOR LOCATION AND CONSOLIDATION
•PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY OF SPECULATIVE ACCUMULATION PROVISION
•RELEASES FROM 90-DAY ACCUMULATION TANKS
•SATELLITE ACCUMULATION
•SPECULATIVE ACCUMULATION CALCULATION
•SQG ACCUMULATION
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM ELECTROPLATING OPERATIONS
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT/GENERATOR ACCUMULATION TANK
ACCUMULATION AND TREATMENT OF WASTES ON-SITE/PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
ACCUMULATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN TANKS (90-DAY)
ACCUMULATION OF SECONDARY MATERIAL - ABANDONED VS. DISPOSED OF
APPLICABILITY OF PART 279 USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS TO THE OPERATION OF A VEHICLE FLEET SERVICING OPERATION
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA TO HAZARDOUS WASTES GENERATED IN PRODUCT STORAGE TANKS AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS
ATON BATTERIES, GENERATOR DEFINITION FOR
9453
9456
9453
9453
94 S3
9432
9453
9453
9453
9483
94 S3
9441
9441
9453
9453
9441
9453
9453
9483
9453
9453
9441
9592
9441
9453
1990(03!
1992(01)
1990(02)
1994(01)
1986(10)
1985(02)
,1989(03)
.1989(01)
,1989107a)
.1986(07)
.1991(01)
.1987(32)
.1995(29)
.1986(05)
.1985(06)
,1992(04)
.1986(02)
,1984(02)
,1988(15)
.1986(01)
.1982(01)
.1985(25)
.1994(05)
.1995(09)
.1988(03)
10/23/85
06/25/85
04/28/86
02/05/86
06/08/95
12/02/80
03/22/90
08/06/86
10/28/87
03/13/86
12/13/85
11/02/88
03/17/86
09/03/86
05/03/89
08/30/88
06/02/93
12/03/85
01/16/86
09/04/84
07/13/89
07/20/83
12/02/86
05/18/87
08/28/87
09/20/91
10/27/88
12/21/87
03/19/86
02/24/87
10/01/90
08/31/92
07/30/90
09/30/94
11/30/86
05/30/85
08/30/89
04/30/89
07/31/89
10/30/86
06/01/91
04/30/87
08/31/95
08/30/86
12/30/85
02/28/92
04/30/86
05/30/84
07/30/88
04/16/86
08/31/82
07/01/85
06/10/94
03/08/95
02/25/88

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CLARIFICATION OF THE SATELLITE ACCUMULATION PROVISION FOR HAZARDOUS HASTE GENERATORS	9453.1993(01)	02/23/93
DETERMINING GENERATOR STATUS BY INCLUDING HASTES COLLECTED AT SATELLITE ACCUMULATION AREAS	9451.1994101)	02/10/94
EVAPORATOR USED TO REMOVE HATER FROM HAZARDOUS HASTE	9432.1901(03)	05/01/87
EXCLUSION FROM RCRA PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR LESS THAN 90-DAY ACCUMULATORS OF DIOXIN CONTAINING WASTES	9453.198S (02)	03/12/85
EXEMPTION FOR HASTEWATER DISCHARGES AMD GENERATOR ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS	9441.1987(96)	12/10/8?
EXTENSION TO GENERATOR ACCUMULATION TIME LIMITS FOR UNFORESEEN, TEMPORARY CIRCUMSTANCES	9453.1987(05)	08/12/87
FOUNDRY SANDS RECYCLED AND RETURNED TO THE FOUNDRY	9441.1987(13)	03/04/87
GENERATOR ACCUMULATION TIME REQUIREMENTS	9453.1989(05)	04/21/89
GENERATOR MANAGEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AND THE 90-DAY TREATMENT EXEMPTION	9451.1993(03)	11/01/93
GENERATOR RECYCLING HAZARDOUS HASTE ON-SITE	9453.1987(04)	07/14/87
GENERATOR HITH RESPECT TO REGULATION OF OPERATIONAL HASTES FROM SHIPS, DEFINITION	9432.1986(05)	02/05/86
INCINERATOR RESIDUES/RECYCLING DEFINED/ACCUMULATION	9S51.1989 (06)	05/03/89
INTERPRETATION OF GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS AS APPLIED TO VARIOUS ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE SCENARIOS	9451.1996(06)	05/01/96
LIABILITY AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF SMALL QUANTITIES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE	9451.1986(07)	03/24/86
MANAGEMENT OF HAZARDOUS HASTE GENERATED IN QUANTITIES LESS THAN 100 KG AND THOSE THAT ARE THROWN AWAY HITH ORDINARY GARBAGE	9451.1996(05)	05/01/96
MANAGEMENT OF WASTES PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION INTO SEHER	9441.1986(73)	09/25/86
ON-SITE RECYCLING OF SPENT SOLVENTS BY GENERATORS	9441.1986(21)	03/13/86
ON-SITE TREATMENT BY GENERATORS UNDER 262.34	9453.1987(03)	07/01/87
ON-SITE TREATMENT EXEMPTION, REINTERPRETATION OF	9453.1987(08)	12/15/87
PERMITTING OF TREATMENT ACTIVITIES IN A GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS OR CONTAINERS	9453.1986(04)	07/25/86
RECYCLABLE CLOTH HIPERS AND DISPOSABLE INDUSTRIAL HIPERS USED TO CLEAN UP HAZARDOUS HASTES	9441.1986(53)	07/03/86
RECYCLING OF MOLDING AND CASTING SANDS	9441.1986(01)	01/06/86
REGULATIONS THAT APPLY TO GENERATORS HHO ACCUMULATE HASTE IN CONTAINERS AT OR NEAR THE POINT OF GENERATION	9451.1996(04)	05/01/96
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR TANKS, VEHICLES, VESSELS, PROCESS OR MANUFACTURING UNITS, OR PIPELINES HHICH HAVE BEEN SHUT DOHN	9441.1995(15)	04/20/95
RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO	9502.1987 (OS)	04/02/87
SATELLITE ACCUMULATION AREA AND REGULATIONS	9453.1987(01)	02/22/87
SATELLITE ACCUMULATION PROVISION, CLARIFICATION	9453.1989(08)	08/02/89
SOLVENT RECLAMATION OPERATIONS AT SEMICONDUCTOR FIRMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS	9441.1986(89)	12/02/86
SPENT SULFURIC ACID ACCUMULATED SPECULATIVELY	9441.1988(19)	05/26/88
STILL BOTTOMS GENERATED AND REMOVED FROM A RECYCLING UNIT	9453.1989(04)	04/18/89
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION AND ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS APPLICABILITY TO AN ASH TREATMENT FACILITY	9432.1987(10)	08/28/87
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM	9432.1987(01)	03/17/87
TREATMENT IN ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS ALLOWED FOR ALL GENERATORS SUBJECT TO 262.34	9453.1986(07)	12/05/86
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS HASTE IN A GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS	9453.1986(08)	12/22/86
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS HASTE IN GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS	9453.1987(02)	03/25/87
USED OIL FILTERS, REGULATORY DETERMINATION	9442.1990(05)	10/30/90
Biennial Reports
•AMENDMENTS TO PART 262 HAZARDOUS HASTE DETERMINATION AND RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS
•BIENNIAL REPORTING FOR WASTES TREATED IN EXEMPT UNITS
•FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON HAZARDOUS HASTE GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS
•RCRA WASTE MINIMIZATION REQUIREMENTS
BIENNIAL REPORTS
CLARIFICATION OF HOH MANIFEST AND BIENNIAL REPORTING APPLIES TO MIXTURES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
CLARIFICATION OF REQUIREMENTS INVOLVING THE COUNTING OF WOOD PRESERVING WATERS FOR BIENNIAL REPORTING
DOES THE UNIVERSAL WASTE FINAL RULE SUBJECT CERTAIN WASTE TYPES TO SUBSTANTIVE HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS
STATE/REGIONAL BIENNIAL REPORTS
WASTE MINIMIZATION AND INCLUSION OF RECYCLING
WASTE MINIMIZATION AND INCLUSION OF RECYCLING
9451
9454
9451
9561
9454
9452
9452
9593
9454
9452
9452
1991(02)
1994(02)
1996(02)
1995(01)
1984(01)
1993(02)
1996(01)
1996(01)
1986(05)
1986(03)
1986(03)
03/01/91
06/30/94
05/01/96
06/30/95
03/30/84
04/29/93
06/04/96
04/17/96
08/13/86
02/06/86
02/06/86
Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator
•FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON HAZARDOUS HASTE GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS	9451.1996(02) 05/01/96
MANAGEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATED IN QUANTITIES LESS THAN 100 KG AND THOSE THAT ARE THROWN AHAY HITH ORDINARY GARBAGE	9451.1996(05) 05/01/96
DOT
~GENERATOR STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO TRANSPORTERS
~NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPORTED WASTES
9461.1989(02)
9455.1994(01)
04/30/89
12/31/94


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BULKING AND CONSOLIDATING SHIPMENTS OF COMPATIBLE HASTES WITH DIFFERENT HAZARDOUS CODES	9461,1985(01)	09/19/8S
CONTAINERS STORING HAZARDOUS WASTE, REQUIREMENTS	9482,1986(01!	01/21/86
DOT'S ROLE IN THE TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS HASTE	9463.1980(01)	06/18/80
LABELING OP STEEL DRUMS NEED MOT INCLUDE PREVIOUS CONTENTS	9453.1987(07)	11/17/87
LABORATORIES, RCRA REGULATION IMPACT	9441.1990(32)	11/28/90
STORAGE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AT TRANSFER FACILITIES AND THE AUTHORIZATION OF STATES REGULATING THIS STORAGE	9461.1994 (02)	08/17/94
UNIFORM MANIFEST FORM, USE OF CONTINUATION SHEET	9452.1987(02)	04/30/87
Manifest
•DOT MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS	9461.1987(05)	09/30/87
•FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS	9451.1996(021	05/01/96
~GENERATORS AND DESIGNATED TRANSPORTERS	9462.1996(02)	03/31/96
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS	9551.1988(04!	05/30/88
•MAINTAINING COPIES OF MANIFESTS AND BIENNIAL REPORTS	9475.1984(01)	04/30/84
•MANIFEST REQUIREMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION OF SPENT SOLVENTS	9541.1985(07)	05/30/85
•MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS AND THE OFF-SITE DEFINITION	9452.1989(02)	09/30/89
•MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS FOR SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS	9452.1985(01)	06/30/8S
•MANIFESTING REQUIREMENTS	9462.1987(02)	10/30/87
•MANIFESTING REQUIREMENTS AND EPA IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS	9452.1990(01)	02/25/90
~NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPORTED WASTES	9455.1994(01)	12/31/94
•PRECIOUS METAL RECYCLING (SILVER), SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR	9441.1985(28a)	07/30/85
~RECORDING STATE-REGULATED WASTES ON THE UHWM	9452.1984(03)	11/30/84
•SQG 100-1000 Kg/MONTH GENERATORS, AND THE MANIFEST	9475.1985(02)	10/30/85
•STORAGE PRIOR TO RECYCLING	9475.1987(01)	04/30/87
•WASTE MINIMIZATION CERTIFICATION	9475.1985(01)	09/30/85
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS AND STORAGE STANDARDS FOR MARKETERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE	9494.1986(05)	04/11/86
BRASS DROSS SKIMMINGS, SEPARATION OF METALS AND OXIDES, BY-PRODUCT	9441.1985(21!	06/06/85
CLARIFICATION OF CIRCUMSTANCES INITIATING EPA'S "MANIFEST DISCREPANCY" PROCEDURES	9475.1995(01)	09/14/95
CLARIFICATION OF HOW MANIFEST AND BIENNIAL REPORTING APPLIES TO MIXTURES OF HAZARDOUS	WASTE 9452.1993(02)	04/29/93
CLARIFICATION OF TWO SECTIONS OF THE HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS: WASTE CHARACTERIZATION IN 40 CFR 262.11 AND LBR NOTIFICATION	9452.1996(02)	06/19/96
CLARIFICATION ON; MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER; F003, F005, D001; WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING,- AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC	9441.1994(26)	09/28/94
CONSOLIDATION OF SHIPMENTS AND MIXING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE BY TRANSPORTERS	9461.1983(01!	01/30/83
DESIGNATED FACILITY UNDER THE TREATABILITY STUDY EXCLUSION	9432.1991(01)	09/27/91
EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTES UTILIZED FOR PRECIOUS METALS RECLAMATION	945S. 1991 (01)	02/05/91
FEDERAL POLICY ON SEVERAL ISSUES RELATED TO THE USE OF THE HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST BY HAZARDOUS WASTE TRANSPORTERS	9462.1996(01)	03/07/96
GENERATION OF AIDS TO NAVIGATION (ATON BATTERIES)	9461,1987(03)	07/30/87
IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS FOR RESIDUES GENERATED FROM THE TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE	9442,1986(01)	01/16/86
INTERPRETATION OF GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS AS APPLIED TO VARIOUS ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE SCENARIOS	9451,1996(06)	05/01/96
LABELING OF STEEL DRUMS NEED NOT INCLUDE PREVIOUS CONTENTS	9453.1987(07)	11/17/87
MARKETING OR BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL, NOTIFICATION OF	9494.1986(01)	02/09/86
MIXED SOLVENT WASTES	9444.1988(02)	01/20/88
MIXING LOW AND HIGH BTU WASTES - SHAM BURNING, BLENDING, MANIFESTING	9442.1987(04)	08/31/87
MIXTURES OF LISTED AND CHARACTERISTIC WASTES	9441.1987(68)	08/19/87
MIXTURES OF WASTES AND LEGITIMATE BURNING FOR ENERGY RECOVERY	9494.1987(03)	08/31/87
MODIFIED MANIFEST WASTE MINIMIZATION CERTIFICATION FOR SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS	9452.1986(02)	10/20/86
RDSD PERMIT FOR A SLUDGE DRYING PROCESS IN A WASTEWATER SYSTEM .	9503.51-1A	12/24/85
RECOVERED LEAD AND LEAD ALLOYS FROM BATTERIES	9455.1991(03!	12/10/91
REQUIREMENTS OF A FACILITY GENERATING, STORING, AND MANIFESTING F0O1	9475.1986 (01a!	10/30/86
RESPONSE TO A REQUEST FOR MODIFICATION OF 40 CFR PART 262 REGARDING TRANSPORTATION OF RECYCLABLE HAZARDOUS WASTES	9462.1994(01)	11/09/94
RESPONSE TO SPECIFIC QUESTIONS REGARDING HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION AND GENERATOR REGULATIONS	9452.1993 (03)	10/20/93
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR REGULATIONS APPLICABILITY TO LABORATORIES	9441.1985(34)	10/31/85
STORAGE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AT TRANSFER FACILITIES AND THE AUTHORIZATION OF STATES REGULATING THIS STORAGE	9461.1994 (02)	08/17/94
TRANSFER FACILITY REGULATION INTERPRETATION	9461.1990(02)	10/30/90
UNIFORM HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST COMPLETION INSTRUCTIONS	9452.1991(01)	07/26/91
UNIFORM MANIFEST FORM, USE OF CONTINUATION SHEET	9452.1987(02)	04/30/87
USING A GENERATOR IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AND/OR MANIFEST TO DETERMINE LIABILITY	9451.1994(02)	03/04/94
VIOLATION OF EPA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST REGULATIONS BY FEDERAL FACILITIES	9452.1984(02)	10/25/84

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HASTE MINIMIZATION AND INCLUSION OF RECYCLING
WASTE MINIMIZATION CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
HASTE MINIMIZATION REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 3002(b) OF RCRA FOR HAZARDOUS HASTE DISPOSAL FACILITIES
Small Quantity Generator
•100-1000 Kg/MONTH GENERATORS
•CARBON FILTERS IN DRY CLEANING FOR FILTERING PERCHLOROETHYLENE
•CONTAINMENT BUILDINGS AS GENERATOR ACCUMULATION UNITS
•FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON HAZARDOUS HASTE GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS
•INTERIM STATUS AND SQG
~INTERIM STATUS FOR RECEIVING SQG HASTE
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS DEFINITIONS
•MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS FOR SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
•PARTS HASHING WITH MINERAL SPIRITS, SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
•PRECIOUS METAL RECYCLING (SILVER) , .SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR
•RCRA HASTE MINIMIZATION REQUIREMENTS
•SATELLITE ACCUMULATION STANDARDS FOR SQOs
•SMALL QUANTITY DETERMINATION FOR SOLVENT RECLAIMER
•SQG 100-1000 Kg/MONTH GENERATORS, AND THE MANIFEST
•SQG ACCUMULATION
•SQG QUANTITY DETERMINATION, MULTIPLE COUNTING EXEMPTION
•WASTE DERIVED FROM TREATING EXEMPT OR EXCLUDED WASTES
AIDS TO NAVIGATION (ATON) BATTERIES AND RCRA REQUIREMENTS
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS REGARDING LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS, TO THE VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER
COUNTING DRY CLEANING INDUSTRY WASTE ONLY AFTER, REMOVAL FROM THE PROCESS - SQG RULE
DELISTING REGULATORY STANDARDS FOR FREON
DRY TOLUENE AND CARBON TETRACHLORIDE, SAFE DISPOSAL OF
EFFECTS OP THE SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR RULE ON VARIOUS GENERATOR WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
GENERATOR I.D. NUMBERS TO COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, ASSIGNING
HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED INK RECYCLING PROCESS
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS HASTE COLLECTION PROGRAMS, CERCLA AND RCRA LIABILITY OF MUNICIPAL SPONSORS OF
HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION SCOPE
HSHA PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
INTERPRETATION OF GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS AS APPLIED TO VARIOUS ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE SCENARIOS
LABORATORY WASTE EXCLUSION
LEAD-BASED PAINT RESIDUES AND CONTAMINATED SOILS
MERCURY DRY CELL BATTERIES AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
MODIFIED MANIFEST WASTE MINIMIZATION CERTIFICATION FOR SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION EXCLUSION
ON-SITE RECYCLING OF SPENT SOLVENTS BY GENERATORS
PAINT FILTER WASTE
PAINTING CONTRACTOR HASTES-SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR
PART B PERMIT APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR SQG TREATMENT FACILITIES
RAILROAD TIES AS HAZARDOUS WASTES UNDER THE MIXTURE RULE, SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR
RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS FOR SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS SUBJECT TO LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
RECYCLABLE CLOTH WIPERS AND DISPOSABLE INDUSTRIAL WIPERS USED TO CLEAN UP HAZARDOUS WASTES
REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPOSAL OF DISCHARGED M-44 CYANIDE CAPSULES THAT ORIGINALLY CONTAINED A SODIUM CYANIDE PESTICIDE
SCRAP AMALGAM FILLINGS FROM DENTISTS, DISPOSAL OF
SCRAP DENTAL AMALGAM
SMALL QUANTITIES OF WASTE GENERATED BY LARGE NUMBERS OF GENERATORS
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR (SQG! REQUIREMENTS AND LIABILITIES
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR APPLIES TO AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF WASTES GENERATED AT A FACILITY
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR REGULATIONS APPLICABILITY TO LABORATORIES
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR WASTE STREAMS - TANK RISK ANALYSIS
SQG COMPLIANCE WITH TC RULE
TC RULE RELATIONSHIP TO USED OIL FILTER DISPOSAL
9452.1986(03)
9452.1986(01)
9561.1994(01)
9451.
9444.
9453.
94S1.
9521.
9528.
9551.
9551.
94 52.
9441.
9441.
9561.
94 S3.
9441.
9475,
9453.
9441.
9441.
9451.
9441.
9441.
9433.
9451.
9451.
9451.
9441.
9441.
9574,
9493.
9451.
9441.
9443,
9443.
9452.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9441.
9522.
9441.
9454.
9441.
9442.
9441.
9441.
94S1.
9451.
9441.
9441.
9441,
9441.
9451
1987(04)
1984(05)
1994(01)
1996(02)
1986(05a)
1986(06)
1988(04)
1986(23)
1985(01)
1986(45)
1985(28a)
1995(01)
1990(01)
1987(10)
1985(02)
1986(02)
1986(64)
1987(31)
1987(03)
1994(30)
1986(67)
1987(20)
1986(06)
1986(01)
1983(02)
1993(14)
1986(09)
1991(01)
00-1A
1996(06)
1985(03)
1987(28)
1986(18)
1986(02)
1987(04)
1966(21)
1982(01)
1986(47)
1985(06)
1980(04)
1994(01)
1986(53)
1993(05)
1989(22!
1989(431
1987(02)
1991(01)
1980(05)
1985(34)
1986(25)
1990(26)
1991(03)
02/06/86
04/28/86
07/18/94
08/30/87
04/30/84
09/30/94
05/01/96
05/30/86
07/30/86
05/30/88
12/30/86
06/30/85
05/30/86
07/30/85
06/30/95
04/30/90
02/28/87
10/30/85
04/30/86
08/30/86
04/30/87
07/30/87
11/23/94
09/08/86
09/03/87
12/15/86
03/17/86
09/30/83
09/01/93
01/28/86
05/30/91
05/31/86
05/01/96
07/31/85
11/20/87
09/04/86
10/20/86
01/13/87
03/13/86
09/15/82
06/02/86
12/28/85
11/17/80
05/09/94
07/03/86
12/23/93
05/17/89
08/17/89
02/18/87
03/13/91
11/17/80
10/31/85
03/26/86
09/20/90
04/16/91

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TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION AND ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS APPLICABILITY TO AN ASH TREATMENT FACILITY
TRANSPORTING WASTES FROM CONDITIONALLY EXEMPT SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
TREATMENT IN ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS ALLOWED FOR ALL GENERATORS SUBJECT TO 262.34
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN PIPELINES LEADING TO A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
USED AUTOMOBILE ANTIFREEZE DISPOSAL
WASTE MINIMIZATION CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Universities
GENERATOR I.D. NUMBERS TO COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, ASSIGNING
9432.1987(10)
9451.1993(01)
9453.1986(07)
9441.1986(62)
9442.1991(18)
9452.1986(01)
9451.1983(02)
GEOLOGIC REPOSITORIES
(See Subpart X, Land Disposal Facilities)
GROUNDWATER MONITORING
(See al90 Post-Closure)
XREF

~APPENDIX VIII GROUNDWATER MONITORING
9445.
1987(01)
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS AND GROUNDWATER MONITORING
9483.
1986(04)
•LABORATORY AUDIT INSPECTION
9431.
1987 (03)
ANALYSIS OF APPENDIX IX CHEMICALS, PROPOSED
9481.
1986(02)
APPENDIX VIII CONSTITUENTS IN GROUNDWATER, REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYSIS OF
9481.
1985(01)
CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE ISSUES FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
9476.
1987(08)
CLOSURE PERFORMANCE STANDARD
9476.
.00-13
COMBINED NRC-EPA SITING GUIDELINES FOR DISPOSAL OF COMMERCIAL MIXED LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE
9480.
.00-14
CONOCO'S NO-MIGRATION PETITION DENIAL
9433.
.1990(04)
CONTAMINATED GROUND WATER AND VOLATILES FROM AIR STRIPPING, TREATMENT OF
9441.
.1986 (86)
CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER, REGULATORY STATUS OF
9528.
.1987(02)
CORRECTIVE ACTION TECHNOLOGY, HQ SUPPORT
9502.
.1986(19)
DELISTING PETITION, USE OF VHS MODEL
9433.
.1985 (05)
DELISTING PETITIONS FOR K-WASTES MANAGED IN ON-SITE LAND-BASED UNITS-MONITORING REQUIREMENTS
9433.
.1987(21)
DELISTING, INTERIM STATUS, AND SAMPLING ISSUES AT U.S. NAMEPLATE COMPANY
9433.
.1987(03)
DRAINAGE WATER BENEATH LAND TREATMENT UNITS AT OIL REFINERIES
9486.
.1988 (01)
ENFORCING GROUNDWATER MONITORING REQUIREMENTS IN RCRA PART B PERMIT APPLICATIONS
9504.
.1984(01)
F006 WASTES, VHS AND GROUNDWATER MONITORING DATA TO EVALUATE A DELISTING PETITION FOR
9433.
.1987(09)
GC/MC RATHER THAN GC FOR GROUNDWATER MONITORING PURPOSES
9481.
.1986 (08)
GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION AS A BASIS TO DENY A DELISTING PETITION
9433
.1987(08)
GROUNDWATER MONITORING AT REGULATED UNITS NEAR SWMUs THAT HAVE IMPACTED GROUND WATER
9481
.1987(05)
GROUNDWATER QUALITY AT CLOSURE
9476
.1985(02)
GWM DATA IN PART B APPLICATIONS
9523
.1984 (07)
K035 LISTING AND DELISTING ISSUES:GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION
9433
.1987(27)
NEUTRALIZATION SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, GROUNDWATER MONITORING FOR CLOSURE OF INTERIM-STATUS
9484
.1986(03)
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS
9476
.1985(04)
QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY TO PERFORM ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION TASKS
9502
.1994(01)
RCRA METHODS AND QA ACTIVITIES (NOTES)
9445
.1985(04)
SPENT CARBON USED TO REMOVE DISSOLVED PENTACHLOROPHENOL (PCP) FROM GROUNDWATER
9444
.1986(05)
SULFIDE REACTIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
9443
.1985(04)
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
9523
.00-17
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
9523
.00-15
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT CLOSURE, APPLICABILITY OF 3005(1) OF RCRA TO
9476
.1987(01)
TIME OF TRAVEL METHOD FOR THE GUIDANCE CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFYING AREAS OF VULNERABLE HYDROGEOLOGY
9472
.1986(06)
VULNERABLE HYDROGEOLOGY GUIDANCE CRITERIA
9481
.1987(03)
Alternate Concentration Limit (ACL)
ACLs APPLIED TO SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING PROVISION 3005(j)(3)	94 84.1987(08)
ACLS PROPOSED BY UNION CARBIDE CORP., INSTITUTE, WV, COMMENTS ON	94 81.1987(04)
ACLs UNDER THE RCRA AND CERCLA PROGRAMS, USE OF	9481.1986(06)
08/28/87
09/20/93
12/05/86
08/19/86
12/19/91
04/28/86
09/30/83
/ /
/ /
03/30/87
08/30/86
07/30/87
07/25/86
10/15/85
12/17/87
02/08/88
03/13/87
09/24/90
11/20/86
03/11/87
10/07/86
11/27/85
09/28/87
02/25/87
01/02/88
08/16/84
06/08/87
09/26/86
04/24/87
06/17/87
08/27/85
09/10/84
12/11/87
04/09/86
09/25/85
09/14/94
06/30/85
03/03/86
07/16/85
09/02/88
03/30/88
06/09/87
07/08/86
06/03/87
07/14/87
06/19/87
08/06/86

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ALTERNATE CONCENTRATION LIMIT (ACL) POLICY FOR HSWA PROVISIONS
GROUNDWATER CLEANUP STANDARDS/ACLa IN DRAFT HSWA PERMIT (INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY)
SUWARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
Aquifer
•AQUIFER, DEFINITION OF SIGNIFICANT YIELD IN
AQUIFER AND UPPERMOST AQUIFER, DEFINITION OF
METAL, K061 WASTES IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT-DELISTING PETITION
SWMAR* OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
UPPERMOST AQUIFER IN FILL, IDENTIFICATION OF
Assessment Monitoring
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING - ASSESSMENT MONITORING/CORRECTIVE ACTION AT CLOSED INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
GWM DEFICIENCIES IN PART B'«, RESPONSES TO AND MECHANISMS TO PREVENT
Compliance Monitoring
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING - COMPLIANCE PERIOD/POST-CLOSURE CARE PERIOD
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING RESAMPLING REQUIREMENTS
PHYSICAL COMPLIANCE IN GROUNDWATER MONITORING, DEFINITION
Groundwater Standards
•GROUNDWATER SAMPLE ANALYSIS
ACLs PROPOSED BY UNION CARBIDE CORP., INSTITUTE, KV, COMMENTS ON
ACLs UNDER THE RCRA AND CERCLA PROGRAMS, USE OF
ALTERNATE CONCENTRATION LIMIT (ACL) POLICY FOR HSWA PROVISIONS
GROUNDWATER CLEANUP STANDARDS/ACLS IN DRAFT HSWA PERMIT (INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY)
Hydrogeological Data
ACLs PROPOSED BY UNION CARBIDE CORP., INSTITUTE, WV, COMMENTS ON
DRAFT SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS PLAN FOR NH PLATING COMPANY
VULNERABILITY GUIDANCE
Monitoring
•COMPLIANCE TO DETECTION GROUNDWATER MONITORING, CHANGE FROM
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING AT NEWLY REGULATED FACILITIES
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING FOR RADIONUCLIDES
•GROUNDWATER SAMPLE ANALYSIS
FIBER OPTICS FOR IN-SITO MONITORING
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR AMOCO REFINERY
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ARCO PRODUCTS, WA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ATLANTIC REFINING 6 MARKETING, PA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KERR-MCGEE REFINING, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH REFINING, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH'S REFINING, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR MARATHON PETROLEUM, IL
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SHELL OIL, WA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SINCLAIR OIL, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR STAR ENTERPRISE, DE
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SUN REFINING, OK
Student's T Test
ANALYSIS OF RETESTING PROCEDURES PAPER
THERMAL TREATMENT UNITS, SCOPE OF SUBPART X
9461.1987(07)
9481.1987(02)
9523.00-14
9432.1984(06)
9431.1984(01)
9433.1987(18)
9523.00-14
9481.1986(01)
9481.1988(02)
9504.1984(02)
9481.1985(Ola)
9481.1988(03)
9481.1992(02)
9481.1985(04)
9481.1985(01b)
9481.1987(04)
9481.1986(06)
9481.1987(07)
9481.1987(02)
9481.1987(04)
9433.1990(06)
9481.1987(01)
9481
9481
9481
9481
9481
9502
9551
9551
9551
9551
9551
9551
9551
9551
9551
9551
9551
1985(06)
1985101a!
1992(01)
1987(06)
1985101b)
1987(09)
.1990(13)
1990(08)
1991(06)
,1991(05)
1991(12)
1991(01)
1990(09)
1990(11)
1990(12)
1990(10)
1991(02)
9481.1991(01)
9489.1988(01)
07/24/87
03/10/87
03/14/86
11/30/84
09/10/84
08/07/87
03/14/86
05/15/86
04/30/88
11/29/84
02/25/05
04/30/88
06/30/92
10/30/85
04/30/85
06/19/87
08/06/86
07/24/87
03/10/87
06/19/87
11/27/90
02/25/87
12/30/85
02/2S/85
04/30/92
06/30/87
04/30/85
09/03/87
11/08/90
10/24/90
04/22/91
02/05/91
12/10/91
01/03/91
11/06/90
11/07/90
11/08/90
11/07/90
01/17/91
10/16/91
05/18/88

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Unsaturated Zone Monitoring
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
VHS Model
COMBINATION OF SLUDGES FROM ALL IMPOUNDMENTS TO DETERMINE HASTE VOLUME FOR VHS ANALYSIS
DELISTING ISSUES RELATING TO EPA'S MOBILE INCINERATOR
DELISTING PETITION, USE OF VHS MODEL
DELISTING PETITIONS FOR K-WASTES MANAGED IN ON-SITE LAND-BASED UNITS-MONITORING REQUIREMENTS
DELISTING REGULATOR* STANDARDS FOR FREON
DENIAL OF DELISTING PETITION BASED ON EXISTING GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION
DETECTION LIMIT REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION ON APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS FOR A DELISTING PETITION
FOBS WASTES, VHS AND GROUNDWATER MONITORING DATA TO EVALUATE A DELISTING PETITION FOR
K103/K104 WASTE STREAMS - RELATIONSHIP OF CWA BAT, LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS, BDAT, AND DELISTING CRITERIA
RECONSIDERATION OF DELISTING DENIAL BASED ON USE OF VHS, TOTAL CHROMIUM STANDARD, AND MCL
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT DELISTING PETITIONS, USE OF VHS MODEL
9523.00-12
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
9433
1987(07)
1986(20)
1985(05)
1987(21)
1987(20)
.1987 (05)
1986(19)
1987(09)
.1987(06)
.1986(08)
.1987(25)
03/30/87
04/13/87
12/11/86
11/27/85
09/28/87
09/03/87
03/19/87
12/09/86
06/08/87
04/02/87
03/24/86
10/26/87
well Construction
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING WELL CONSTRUCTION
~GROUNDWATER MONITORING! ESTABLISHING BACKGROUND VALUES
9481.1985(05)
9481.1986(04)
10/30/85
07/30/86
GROUNDWATER STANDARDS
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
GUIDANCE
DEMONSTRATING EQUIVALENCE OF PART 265 CLEAN CLOSURE WITH PART 264 REQUIREMENTS
GUIDANCE FROM THE U.S. EPA ON THE CRUSHING OF MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS
GUIDANCE ON TRIAL BURN FAILURES
VARIANCES FROM CLASSIFICATION AS A SOLID WASTE UNDER 40 CFR 260.31(b) FOR SPENT CATALYSTS
XREF
XREF
9476.00-18
9441.1995(21)
9498.1994(04)
9433.1994(02)
/ /
/ /
OS/12/89
06/05/95
07/05/94
11/15/94
HAZARDOUS AND SOLID WASTE AMENDMENTS (HSWA)
(See alao Corrective Action, Delisting, Joint Permitting under State Authorisation,Land Disposal Restrictions,Leachate Collection) XREF
•ENFORCEMENT USING 3008(h) AUTHORITY AND 3013 ORDERS	9S02.1986(18)
•EXISTING PORTION, DEFINITION AND HSWA IMPACT	'	9432.1985(05)
213 OF HSWA, REQUIREMENTS - PERMIT ISSUANCE AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE	9522.198S !03)
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS AT FACILITIES HAVING DELISTING EXCLUSIONS REVOKED	9476.1988(01)
EXISTING UNITS UNDER HSWA-APPLICABILITY OF MTR TO EXPANSIONS	9432.1985(04)
GROUNDWATER QUALITY AT CLOSURE	9476.1985(02)
HSWA EFFECT ON STATE DELISTING DECISIONS	9433.1985 102)
HSWA MINIMUM TECH REQUIREMENTS FOR LINERS AND LEACHATE COLLECTION SYSTEMS	9480.1985(01)
IMMEDIATE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS	9501.1984(01)
INTERPRETATION OF 3005(j)(1)	9484.1985(01)
NONHAZARDOUS LIQUID WASTEWATERS AND SLUDGES IN SANITARY LP UNDER RCRA AND HSWA, DISPOSAL OF	9574.1985(01)
PARTIAL PERMITTING OF INCINERATOR WIT (DOW)	9522.1985(04)
RCRA PERMITS WITH HSWA CONDITIONS - JOINTLY ISSUED PERMITS	9502.1987(06)
STAYING HSWA PERMIT CONDITIONS	9521.1988(03)
TREATMENT SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, REGULATORY OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO WOOD PRESERVERS	9484.1987(12)
WASTE MINIMIZATION: PERMIT CERTIFICATION AND JOINT PERMITTING	9560.1985(01)
WASTES NEWLY REGULATED UNDER HSWA, MANAGEMENT OF	9541.1985(05)
HSWA Provisions
~LINERS AND LEAK DETECTION SYSTEMS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS, SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, AND WASTE PILES	9484.1992 (01)
AUTHORIZATION OF STATE PROGRAMS TO IMPLEMENT LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS PROGRAMS	9541.1986(13)
EFFECT OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS ON PERMITS	9551.1986(15)
/ /
09/30/86
08/08/85
07/05/85
01/29/88
08/30/85
08/27/85
05/16/85
04/01/85
11/09/84
07/25/85
01/22/85
08/30/85
06/30/87
12/09/88
11/25/87
09/11/85
05/06/85
07/31/92
06/24/86
09/15/86

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HSWA AUTHORIZATION ISSUES - JOINT PERMITTING
INDUSTRIAL FURNACES BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTES AND THE RESIDUALS GENERATED (LOUISIANA REG)
TEMPORARY AND INFORMAL DELISTINGS AND HSWA EFFECTS ON BOTH
9541.1985(09)
9494.1987(02)
9433.1986(14)
07/01/85
04/15/87
05/27/86
HAZARDOUS CONSTITUENTS
(See also Appendix VIII, Appendix IX, Corrective Action, Delisting)
DELISTING PETITION INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RESIDUES FROM INCINERATION OF 2,4,5-T AND SILVEX PESTICIDES
K035 LISTING AND DELISTING ISSUES:GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION
RELISTING HAZARDOUS MASTS
SAMPLING PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION ADDRESSING HSWA REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYZING FOR APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS
WASTES CONTAINING F001-F005 CONSTITUENTS
XREF
9433.1987(26)
9433.1987(27)
9442.1986(08)
9433.1986(23)
9441.1988(OS)
/ /
10/28/87
12/11/87
08/21/86
12/30/86
02/22/88
HAZARDOUS HASTE COMBUSTOR
(See Incineration)
HAZARDOUS HASTE FUELS
(See also Burning and Blending, Used Oil)
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS AND STORAGE STANDARDS FOR MARKETERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
BURNING AND BLENDING OF HAZARDOUS HASTE AND USED OIL FUELS
CEMENT KILN BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTE FUELS DURING INTERIM STATUS
FIRE TRAINING PITS, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR
FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTE EXCLUSION IN 261.4(b) (4), FUEL MIXTURES
INDUSTRIAL FURNACES BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTES AND THE RESIDUALS GENERATED (LOUISIANA REG)
K051 SLUDGE RE-USED ON-SITE, EXEMPTION
MIXTURES OF HASTES AND LEGITIMATE BURNING FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
REGULATION OP FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
REGULATORY STATUS OF CEMENT PRODUCED USING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUELS
REGULATORY STATUS OF TREATMENT ASSOCIATED HITH FUEL-BLENDING ACTIVITIES
XREF
Fuel
•HAZARDOUS HASTE FUEL
•HAZARDOUS HASTE FUEL BROKERS
~HAZARDOUS HASTE FUEL IN INCINERATORS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL MARKETERS
•USE CONSTITUTING DISPOSAL, RESIDUES FROM FIRE TRAINING EXERCISES
BEVILL AMENDMENT APPLIED TO COAL GASIFICATION FACILITY
BOILERS AMD INCINERATORS, DISTINCTION BETHEEN/INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD
BURNING CHARACTERISTIC OFF-SPECIFICATION PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
BURNING OF USED OIL IN THE MARINE INDUSTRY AND USED OIL GENERATOR NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
BURNING OFF-SPECIFICATION USED OIL FUEL IN GREENHOUSES
BURNING USED OIL AND THE LEAD SPECIFICATION
BURNING USED OIL IN SPACE HEATERS, INDUSTRIAL FURNACES, AND BOILERS
BY-PRODUCT CRUDE OIL TANK BOTTOMS
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE HASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)
ENFORCEMENT POLICY ON WASTE BURNING FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
HAZARDOUS HASTE HAS BEEN MIXED HITH USED OIL (lOOOppm total halogens) (REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION)
INTERIM STATUS QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS TO HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL STORAGE FACILITIES, APPLIED
LUBRICATING OIL AND JET FUELS USED TO PRODUCE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
MARKETING OR BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTE FUEL, NOTIFICATION OF
MIXING HAZARDOUS HASTE HITH USED OIL (REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION)
MIXTURES OF LISTED AND CHARACTERISTIC HASTES
NOTIFICATION BY BURNERS OF USED OIL WHO FIRST CLAIM THAT USED OIL MEETS SPECIFICATIONS
OFF-SPECIFICATION JET FUEL BURNED AS KEROSENE FUEL
RECYCLED GASOLINE/HATER AND FUEL OIL/HATER MIXTURES
XREF
9494.
9495.
9528.
9489.
9441.
9494.
9494.
9494.
9521,
9441.
9494,
9494
9454
9441
9453
9493
9441
9432
9441
9495
9495
9495
9495
9441
9441
9494
9495
9628
9494
9494
9495
9441
94 95
9441
9441
1986(05)
1985(03)
1987(10)
1987(02)
1981(01)
1987(02)
1985(02)
1987(03)
1994(01)
1993(22)
1994(01)
1986(03)
1986(01)
1986(87)
1985(04)
1985(04)
1987(76)
1986(02)
1986(95)
,1966(09)
1986(05)
1986(28)
1986(03)
1986(37)
1987(98)
1986(06)
1986(08)
.1986(10)
,1985(01)
,1986(01)
,1986(04)
.1987(68)
,1987(01)
,1986(19)
,1986(22)
/ /
/ /
04/11/86
12/12/85
09/03/87
07/22/87
01/13/81
04/15/87
07/30/8S
08/31/87
10/17/94
11/02/93
01/28/94
03/30/86
01/30/86
11/30/86
11/30/85
11/30/85
09/15/87
01/03/86
12/23/86
04/21/86
03/05/86
11/12/86
02/13/86
05/01/86
12/24/87
12/31/86
04/08/86
11/13/86
10/01/85
02/09/86
02/28/86
08/19/87
01/20/87
03/08/86
03/19/86
w, J

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94 94.1986(04)
9498.1994(02)
9498.1994(11)
9493.1991(01)
9441.1986(80)
9494.1985(03)
SPENT SOLVENT RECOVERY, WASTE MANAGEMENT TAX	9441.1986(41)
SULFUR RECOVERY FURNACES ARE INDUSTRIAL FURNACES SUBJECT TO THE WASTE-AS-FUEL. RULES	9432.1986(04!
TRANSFER FACILITY REGULATION INTERPRETATION	9461.1990(02)
USED OIL AND OIL BEARING HAZARDOUS WASTE-DERIVED REFINERY PRODUCTS	9495.1986(02)
USED OIL CONTAMINATION THROUGH NORMAL USE OR MIXING WITH HAZARDOUS WASTES - RECYCLING DEFINED	9441.1984 (30)
USED OIL FIRED SPACE HEATERS	9495.1986(21)
USED OIL INTRODUCED INTO REFINERY PROCESS UNDER HAZARDOUS WASTE DERIVED REFINERY FUEL PRODUCTS EXEMPTION	9441.1986(11)
WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES AT DOD FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTATION	9494.1986(02)
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS AT IRON AND STEEL MILLS AS PRODUCTS OR WASTE FUELS, INFORMATION REQUIRED	9441.1986(08)
Waste-Derived Fuel
HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL CADENCE PRODUCT 312, REGULATION OF
MINIMUM HEAT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS HASTES BURNED IN BIFs
MINIMUM HEAT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS OF WASTE-DERIVED FUEL BLENDED FOR ENERGY RECOVER* IN BIFs
REGULATION OF OILY HAZARDOUS PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTE
WASTE ACID AS WASTEWATER CONDITIONER AND AS INGREDIENT IN FERTILIZER
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS BURNED IN CEMENT KILN, REGULATION OF
Waste-as-Fuel
~SRAM RECYCLING POLICY APPLIED TO CERTIFIED BIFs	9488.1991(05)
BIF REGULATIONS EFFECTS ON INDUSTRIAL BOILER	9488.1991(03)
SHAM INCINERATION AND TREATMENT OF K04B-K0S2 WASTES IN CEMENT KILNS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES	9494.1991(02)
SPENT AND RECLAIMED SOLVENTS, BLENDING OF RECLAIMED XYLENE	9441.1987(24)
SULFUR RECOVERY FURNACES ARE INDUSTRIAL FURNACES SUBJECT TO THE WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES	9432.1986(04)
USE/REUSE EXCLUSION TO RED WATER (K047) FROM WHICH SODIUM SULFITE IS RECOVERED AND WHICH IS USED AS A FUEL	9441.1987(42)
USED OIL DEFINITION APPLICABILITY TO OPEN-GEAR LUBRICANT	9441.1990(33)
HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION
(See also Characteristic Hazardous Waste, Listed Hazardous Waste)	XREF
•BURNING/BLENDING OF UNUSED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT (XYLENE) WITH USED OIL	9442.1985(01)
~DRIP GAS EXCLUSION	9441.1989(05)
~DYES USED IN INK FORMULATION (K086)	9441.1990(19)
•EPINEPHRINE RESIDUE IN A SYRINGE IS NOT P042	9444,1994(10)
•F006 SLUDGE FROM ACID WASTE MIXTURE	9441.1987(11)
•FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTE EXCLUSION	9441.1986(16)
~GROUNDWATER "CONTAINED IN" POLICY	9441.1990(13b)
•HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL	9494.1986(03)
•HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL BROKERS	9454.1986(01)
•HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE EXCLUSION GENERATED BY CONTRACTORS	9441.1990(09)
•REINJECTED GROUNDWATER RESULTING FROM CORRECTIVE ACTION TREATMENT	9554.1991(03)
•SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE, DEFINED FOR SPENT SULFURIC ACID	9441.1986(17)
~SPECULATIVE ACCUMULATION CALCULATION	9441.1992(04)
•SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS	9444.1986(14)
•SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS	9441.1989(55!
•TREATABILITY STUDIES SAMPLE EXEMPTION	9441.1989(56)
•WASTE IDENTIFICATION	9441.1987(77a)
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS: REGULATORY STATUS OF WASTE	9441.1992(18)
ANTARCTICA WASTE DISPOSAL PRACTICES	9442.1989(04!
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA USED OIL REGULATIONS TO USED OIL CONTAINED IN DISCARDED HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES	9592.1994(06)
AUTOMOTIVE FLUIDS, REGULATION OF	9441.1987(14)
BUBBLER CANISTERS CONTAINING PHOSPHOROUS OXYCHLORIDE ARE NOT WASTE WHEN RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES FROM JAPAN FOR REGENERATION 9456.1994(01!
BYPRODUCT MATERIAL AND MIXED WASTE, AEA AND DOE INTERFACE	9441.1986(46!
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITIES	9441.1986(26!
CARBON SCRUBBER WASTES IN WHICH PRODUCT MATERIALS ARE CAPTURED	9444.1987(15)
CAUSTIC RINSING METAL PARTS	9444.1987(33!
CEMENT KILN DUST WASTE	9441.1988(36!
05/20/86
01/21/86
10/30/90
01/11/86
10/22/84
09/15/86
02/11/86
03/19/86
01/24/86
04/11/86
05/20/94
11/04/94
01/08/91
10/20/86
10/11/85
10/01/91
09/23/91
03/29/91
04/15/87
01/21/86
06/09/87
11/30/90
/ /
12/30/8S
02/28/89
06/30/90
12/31/94
02/28/87
02/28/86
05/31/90
03/30/86
01/30/86
03/30/90
04/01/91
02/28/86
02/28/92
06/30/86
10/30/89
11/30/89
09/30/87
06/30/92
04/26/89
07/11/94
03/06/87
12/16/94
06/02/86
04/02/86
05/18/87
08/07/87
07/29/88

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CHLOROFLUOROCARBON RECYCLING
9441.1988(32)
07/21/88
CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS (CFCa) AS REFRIGERANTS, RECYCLING OF SPENT
9441.1989(40)
08/02/89
CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS (CFCa) FROM PRODUCTION OF FOAM PRODUCTS
9441.1990(05)
02/26/90
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS AS THEY APPLY TO CERTAIN SECONDARY MATERIALS
9441.1994(13)
OS/19/94
CLARIFICATION ON WHEN USED MERCURY RELAYS/SWITCHES BECOME SPENT
9441.1994(25)
09/28/94
CLOSURE PERFORMANCE STANDARD
9476.00-13
02/08/88
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT P LISTING APPLIES ONLY TO UNUSED PRODUCT, NOT USED RESIDUES
9444.1986(29)
12/08/86
CONTAINERS USED TO HOLD LISTED CHEMOTHERAPY DRUGS
9441.1987(45)
06/16/87
CORRECTED LISTING DESCRIPTION FOR K062
9444.198?(31a)
07/30/87
DEFINITION OF RCRA WASTE K050
9444.1994(04)
06/03/94
DELISTING CRITERIA/LEACHATE LEVELS
9433.1986(01)
01/07/86
DELISTING PETITION - FUJI PHOTO FILM WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE
9433.1991(01)
03/07/91
DELISTING PETITION, USE OF VHS MODEL
9433.1985(05)
11/27/85
DELISTING TESTINO REQUIREMENTS, CYANIDE AND OTHER WASTES, STEEL INDUSTRY
9433.1984(06)
12/18/84
DEMILITARIZATION OF MUNITIONS
9441.1987(03)
01/07/87
DEMONSTRATING EQUIVALENCE OF PART 265 CLEAN CLOSURE WITH PART 264 REQUIREMENTS
9476.00-18
05/12/89
DENTAL AMALGAM DISPOSAL
9441.1989(31)
06/30/89
DEPLETED MIXTURES OF ETHYLENE GLYCOL AND WATER FROM HEAT EXCHANGERS
9441.1989(42)
08/04/89
DETERMINATION REGARDING THE REGULATORY STATUS OF A WASTE RECLAMATION SYSTEM
9441.1994(29)
11/09/94
DIMETHYL BENZENE-LISTING CLARIFICATION
9444.1990(03)
04/05/90
DINOSEB FORMULATIONS, REGULATORY STATUS
9441.1990(01)
02/09/90
DO RCRA REQUIREMENTS APPLY TO THE HANDLING, SHIPMENT AND DISPOSAL OF HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE COMPONENTS?
9441.1995(07)
02/28/95
DRY CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES WASTE NOT EXCLUDED AS HOUSEHOLD WASTE
9441.1986(32)
04/21/86
DRYCLEANINO INDUSTRY WASTES
9444.1987(07)
03/06/87
ECOSCENT A k ECOSCENT D
9443.1988(04)
03/14/88
ELECTRIC UTILITY POLES
9441.1990(21)
07/19/90
ELECTROCHEMICAL MACHINING WASTES AND THE SCOPE OF THE F006 LISTING
9444.1987(03)
01/27/87
ELECTROLESS ZINC PLATING WASTE NOT IN F006 LISTING
9444.1987(23)
06/30/87
EMPTY TANK CARS THAT CONTAINED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT
9441.1985(41)
12/12/85
END-USERS OF CHLORDIMEFORM EXEMPTION
9441.1990(04)
02/14/90
ENFORCEMENT OF APPLICABLE RCRA REGULATIONS AT FACILITIES WITH PENDING DELISTING PETITIONS
9433.1987(14)
07/20/87
ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA CONTAMINATED WITH RCRA-LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
9441.1989(30)
06/19/89
ETCHANTS USED TO MANUFACTURE COPPER SALTS
9441.1966(82)
11/08/86
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES - LEACHATE LEVELS
9441.1986(03)
01/07/86
EXEMPTION FOR WASTEWATER DISCHARGES AND GENERATOR ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS
9441.1987(96)
12/10/87
F003 10* RULE AND ASSOCIATED REGULATIONS
9444.1987(30)
07/21/87
POOS LISTING FOR PYRIDINE STILL BOTTOMS
9444.1987(53)
12/15/87
F006 AND F019 ELECTROPLATING LISTINGS
9444.1986(09)
05/02/86
FOOS LISTING AND DEFINITION OF CONVERSION COATING
9444.1987(09)
03/26/87
FOOS LISTING DOBS NOT INCLUDE ZINC PHOSPHATING WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES
9444.1987(27)
07/06/87
F006 LISTING FOR PICKLING AND ETCHING WASTES AND DELISTING ISSUES
9444.1987(55)
12/28/87
FOOS LISTING AND THE MIXTURE RULE TO ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS AND RESINS
9444.1987(31)
07/28/87
F021 LISTING FOR SUBSTANCES CONTAINING CHLOROPHENOLIC COMPOUNDS
9444.1987(42)
09/23/87
F027 LISTING - USED AND UNUSED FORMULATIONS IN WOOD PRESERVING
9444.1987(10)
04/09/87
FLOATING PLASTIC BALLS USED TO CONTROL VAPORS FROM TANKS CONTAINING LISTED PRODUCT
9444.1986(25)
11/03/86
GASEOUS EMISSIONS FROM LANDFILLS
9487.1986(03)
03/06/86
GENERATOR USE OF TOTAL CONSTITUENT ANALYSIS IN LIEU OF THE EP OR TCLP TESTS
9451.1986(03)
04/28/86
GENERATOR WITH RESPECT TO REGULATION OF OPERATIONAL WASTES FROM SHIPS, DEFINITION
9432.1986(05)
02/05/86
GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATED WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE LEACHATE
9441.1986(83)
11/13/86
HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED INK RECYCLING PROCESS
9441.1993(14)
09/01/93
HAZARDOUS WASTE TESTING ISSUES
9443.1993(01)
01/18/93
IRON CAKE WASTE GENERATED DURING THE PRODUCTION OF METHVLDOPA
9443.1987(32)
12/16/87
K035 LISTING AND INCLUSION OF SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF CREOSOTE PRODUCTION WASTEWATERS
9444.1987(52)
12/11/87
LABORATORY WASTES (INCLUDING CARCASSES, BEDDING, CAGES) CONTAINING DIOXIN
9444.1986(30)
12/10/86
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS REGULATION OP CYANIDES
9554.1991(01)
01/08/91
LUBRICATING OIL AND JET FUELS USED TO PRODUCE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
9494,1985(01)
10/01/85
MATERIALS CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDE PRODUCTS
9444.1987(40)
09/09/87

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MERCURY DRY CELL BATTERIES AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
METAL FINISHING SLUDGES
MIXED RADIOACTIVE HOSPITAL WASTES AND THE DOMESTIC SEWAGE EXCLUSION
MIXTURE OF CHARACTERISTIC WASTE AND LISTED WASTE, ASH FROM INCINERATION
MIXTURES OP SOLID WASTE AND A WASTE LISTED SOLELY BECAUSE IT EXHIBITS A CHARACTERISTIC
MIXTURES OF WASTES AND LEGITIMATE BURNING FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
MOBILE SOLVENT RECYCLER, GENERATOR DETERMINATION FOR
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION, DISPOSAL OF RESIDUAL ASH
OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION EXCLUSION
PACKAGES CONTAINING RESIDUAL URETHANE COATING CHEMICALS
PCB DECHLORINATION TREATMENT PROCESS
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE GEAR DISPOSAL
PESTICIDE APPLICATOR WASHING RINSE WATER
PETROLEUM FACILITIES INCLUDED IN THE K051 LISTING FOR API SEPARATOR SLUDGE
PRECIPITATION WHICH IS CORROSIVE DUE TO CONTACT WITH EXEMPT WASTES (COAL GASIFICATION ASH)
RAGS AND SIMILAR MATERIALS ABSORBING VOLATILES AND F-WASTES, HANDLING
RAN MATERIAL TRANSPORT VESSEL EXCLUSION FOR ALL WASTES GENERATED ON SUCH VESSELS
REACTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF DISCHARGED L1/S02 BATTERIES
RECLAIMED METHANOL IS A PRODUCT RATHER THAN A WASTE
RECYCLABLE CLOTH WIPERS AND DISPOSABLE INDUSTRIAL WIPERS USED TO CLEAN UP HAZARDOUS WASTES
RECYCLED GASOLINE/WATER AND FUEL OIL/WATER MIXTURES
RECYCLED PRECIOUS METALS, BATTERIES FROM DEFENSE DEPT. SUPPLIES
RECYCLING EXCLUSION OF WASTES
RECYCLING OF MOLDING AND CASTING SANDS
REFRACTORY WASTES AT U.S. EPA COMBUSTION RESEARCH FACILITY
REGULATIONS FOR DISPOSAL OF CERAMIC MATERIALS
REGULATORY DETERMINATIONS UNDER RCRA ON THE STATUS OF ZINC OXIDE PRODUCED BY AN ELECTRIC ARC STEEL FURNACE
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR ON-SITE TREATMENT OF OXYGEN BREATHING APPARATUS (OBA) CANISTERS
REGULATORY STATUS OF METAL CASINGS CONTAINING SPENT POWDERED METALLIC OXIDE CATALYST
RELISTING HAZARDOUS WASTE
REQUIREMENTS OF A FACILITY GENERATING, STORING, AND MANIFESTING F001
RESIDUES GENERATED FROM THE TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, I.D. NUMBERS FOR
RESIDUES REMAINING IN EMPTY CONTAINERS, BURNING OF
RESPONSE TO SPECIFIC QUESTIONS REGARDING HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION AND GENERATOR REGULATIONS
RINSE WATERS CONTAINING TCE SOLVENT
SCINTILLATION COCKTAIL, REGULATION OF LIQUID
SCINTILLATION COUNTING COCKTAIL
SCRAP DENTAL AMALGAM
SECONDARY MATERIAL SUBJECTED TO NOTICE REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE US-CANADIAN BILATERAL TREATY
SILVER RECOVERY IN THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH USED AND UNUSED PESTICIDES
SOLVENT LISTINGS AND LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
SOLVENT LISTINGS, SCOPE OF
SOLVENT/MIXTURE BLENDS
SOLVENTS USED AS REACT ANT AND SOLVENT WASTES GENERATED BY A PRODUCTION PROCESS
SPENT ANTI - FREEZE COOLANT REGULATORY STATUS
SPENT FLUIDIZED BED MEDIA AND CHANGES UNDER INTERIM STATUS
SPENT ION EXCHANGE RESINS AND FILTER AS HAZARDOUS WASTE
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, REUSE OF
SPENT PIPELINE FILTER CARTRIDGES
SPENT SULFURIC ACID PICKLE LIQUOR USED TO PRODUCE FERTILIZER
STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR FROM STEEL/IRON INDUSTRY
STATUS OF FACILITY WHERE A TEMPORARY DELISTING EXCLUSION WAS NEVER GRANTED
STILL BOTTOM WASTE FROM POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION
STILL BOTTOMS FROM LISTED SOLVENT RECLAMATION
SUPERNATANT FROM TREATMENT OF SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR (K062)
TEMPORARILY AND INFORMALLY DELISTED WASTES, REGULATORY STATUS
9443
9444
9441
9441
9441
9494
9432
9443
9441
9443
9441
9441
9441
9444
9441
9441
9441
9443
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9444
9441
9444
9441
9443
9442
9475
9441
9441
94 52
9441
9443
9443
9441
9441
9441
9444
9444
9444
9444
9444
9441
9444
9444
9441
9444
9493
9441
9433
9444
9444
9444
9433
.1986(18)
.1988(01)
.1986(94)
.1985(32)
.1985(38)
.1987(03)
.1986(13)
.1987(06)
.1987(04)
.1987(09)
.1988(47)
.1990(15)
.1985(42)
.1987(20)
.1986(31)
.1989(50)
.1986(65)
.1987(05)
.1985(33)
.1986(S3)
.1986(22)
.1986(85)
.1990(06)
.1986(01)
.1988(05)
.1992(22)
.1994(09)
.1994(10!
.1994(01)
.1986(08)
.1986(Ola)
.1986(05)
.1986(04)
.1993(03)
.1987(59)
.1987(18)
.1987(04)
.1989(43)
.1989(29)
.1987(02)
.1987(12)
.1987(18)
.1986(26)
.1988(06)
,1986(27)
.1990(25)
.1986(28)
,1987(13)
.1987(17)
.1988(03)
.1985(02)
,1990(16)
,1986(06)
.1987 (38)
.1987(05)
.1987(47)
.1986(05)
09/04/86
01/11/88
12/19/86
10/07/85
11/20/85
08/31/87
08/06/86
04/08/87
01/13/87
05/13/87
11/07/88
06/14/90
12/13/85
OS/26/87
04/21/86
10/20/89
09/03/86
03/18/87
10/23/85
07/03/86
03/19/86
11/19/86
03/19/90
01/06/86
03/11/88
07/21/92
12/19/94
05/09/94
01/03/94
08/21/86
10/30/86
01/16/86
01/07/86
10/20/93
08/07/87
08/19/87
03/11/87
08/17/89
06/15/89
01/06/87
04/18/87
05/20/87
11/07/86
03/31/88
12/05/86
08/24/90
12/05/86
05/05/87
03/31/87
02/11/88
11/14/85
06/19/90
03/10/86
09/01/87
02/02/87
10/23/87
02/24/86

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TESTING OF USED FILTERS
TOLUENE AS Ik DILUANT OR CARRIER AND THE SCOPE OF THE F00S LISTING
TRUCK OR RAIL SHIPMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TO A POTW
USED X-RAY FILM AS A SPENT MATERIAL - SILVER RECLAMATION
VEHICLE FILTERS CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDES
WASHHATERS GENERATED FROM HASHING PESTICIDE APPLICATOR TRUCKS
HASTE FROM CHEMICAL ETCHING USING CYANIDE
HASTE FROM ELECTROLESS PLATING PROCESSES NOT COVERED UNDER REINTERPRETED POOS LISTING
WASTE LISTINGS F006 AND K062, SCOPE OF
WASTES FROM BRIGHT DIPPING UNDER THE REINTERPRETED F006 LISTING
WASTES FROM ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
WASTES FROM ZINC PLATING (SEGREGATED BASIS! ON CARBON STEEL EXCLUDED FROM F006
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE EXEMPTION FOR ANODIZING OF ALUMINUM
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES CONTAINING METHANOL
WASTEWATERS EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF F021 FOR PCP MANUFACTURE
9441.
9444,
9441.
9441.
9443,
9441.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9441
9441.
9444,
1994(09)
198?(361
1986(88)
1986(42)
1987(16)
1986(44)
1981(16)
198?(SI)
1986(32)
1987(28)
1981(34)
1987(14)
1986(29)
1989(52)
1987(39)
04/12/94
08/17/87
11/30/86
05/20/86
08/13/87
05/30/86
05/20/87
12/04/8?
12/12/86
07/13/87
08/07/87
05/08/87
04/09/86
10/06/89
09/02/87
Aerosol Cans
AEROSOL CAN PUNCTURING, CRUSHING, OR SHREDDING, NON-EMPTY
AEROSOL CANS, ON-SITE DEPRBSSURIZATION OF
AEROSOL CANS, RCRA REGULATON OF
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL/1NDUSTRIAL AEROSOL CANS
REGULATOR* STATUS OF WASTE AEROSOL CANS
9442.1989(07)
9432.1988(04)
9432.1980(01)
9442.1993(02)
9442.1994(01)
09/12/89
09/30/88
12/30/80
10/07/93
01/04/94
Asbestos
ASBESTOS AS A HAZARDOUS WASTE
Ballast Fluid
BALLAST FLUID CLASSIFICATION
9444.1980(05)
9444.1984(07)
11/18/80
05/30/84
Batteries
•REGENERATION VERSUS RECLAMATION FOR SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES
HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION SCOPE
LEAD-ACID BATTERY IMPROPER DISPOSAL
MOVEMENT OF NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERIES FROM MEXICO TO JAPAN VIA THE UNITED STATES
PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION PROCEDURE FOR TCLP SAMPLES OF DRY CELL BATTERIES
RECOVERED LEAD AND LEAD ALLOYS FROM BATTERIES
REGULATORY STATUS OP BATTERIES
THE STATUS OF UNUSED OFF-SPECIFICATION LEAD PLATES USED IN THE PRODUCTION OF LEAD-ACID AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES
USED BATTERIES RETURNED FOR REGENERATION EXEMPTION
WASTE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR ZINC-CARBON BATTERIES
WOULD REGENERATION EXEMPTION APPLY TO VARIOUS TYPES OF LOCATIONS AT WHICH LEAD-ACID BATTERIES ARE REGENERATED?
9497
9574
9497
9452
9442
9455
9441
9441
9497
9441
9441
1994(01)
1991(01)
1986 (02)
1993(01)
.1991(07)
1991(03)
1993(24)
,1995(31)
1991(01)
1993(09!
1995(01)
11/30/94
05/30/91
07/11/86
01/28/93
05/29/91
12/10/91
12/22/93
09/14/95
03/04/91
05/06/93
01/12/95
Carbon Filters
•CARBON FILTERS IN DRY CLEANING FOR FILTERING PERCHLOROETHYLENE
ACTIVATED CARBON CANISTERS SATURATED WITH SPENT SOLVENTS
ACTIVATED CARBON CANISTERS USED TO COLLECT SOLVENT VAPORS GENERATED DURING PAINT APPLICATION
CARBON REGENERATION UNITS - REGULATOR* STATUS
ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS
9444.1984(05)
9441.1986(54)
9444.1986(08)
9489.1991(041
9442.1987(03)
04/30/84
07/15/86
05/02/86
08/02/91
07/28/87
Chemical Deodorants
DEODORANTS FOR PORTABLE TOILETS
FORMALDEHYDE-BASED TOILET DEODORANTS
9444.1984(08)
9441.1986(38)
06/06/84
05/01/86
Compressed Gas Cylinders
GASES VENTED FROM COMPRESSED CYLINDERS - TREATING OF FLUORINE AND OTHERS
9441.1984 (36)
12/17/84

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Contained-In
CLARIFICATION OF THE RCRA "CONTAINED-IN" POLICY
EPA'S CURRENT CONTAINED-IN POLICY AS IT APPLIES TO ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA THAT CONTAIN P- AND U-LISTED HAZARDOUS HASTES
REGULATORY STATUS OF CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER AND LIMITATIONS ON DISPOSAL AND REUSE
REGULATORY STATUS OF PERSONNEL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
9441.1995(32!
9444.1995(01)
9441.1989(03)
9441.1989(02)
09/15/95
02/17/95
01/24/89
01/03/89
Contaminated Groundwater
•CLASSIFICATION OF LEACHATE CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER	9554,
•GROUNDWATER "CONTAINED IN" POLICY	9441,
•HAZARDOUS WASTE I.D.	9441,
CLARIFICATION OF THE RCRA "CONTAINED-IN" POLICY	9441,
CLOSURE STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LAND TREATMENT UNITS	9476,
CONTAMINATED ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA - SOIL AND GROUND WATER	9443,
CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER, RCRA REGULATORY STATUS	9442
DRAINAGE WATER BENEATH LAND TREATMENT UNITS - NO MIGRATION PETITIONS	9551
ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA CONTAMINATED WITH RCRA-LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE	9441
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH REFINING, TX	9551
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR TEXACO, WA	9551
RCRA REGULATORY STATUS OF CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER	9441
REGULATORY STATUS OF CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER AND LIMITATIONS ON DISPOSAL AND REUSE	9441
SHELL OIL FACILITY - TC COMPLIANCE	9431
UNDERGROUND INJECTION WELLS USED IN HYDROCARBON RECOVERY	9521
Contaminated Soil
•HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION	9441
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS: SOILS AND DEBRIS FROM RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION	9551
~MULTISOURCE LEACHATE (F039) WASTE CODE AS IT APPLIES TO CONTAMINATION FROM SPILLS	9444
• PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED MEDIA AND DEBRIS UNDER THE TC UST TEMPORARY DEFERAL	9441
~SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH CHLORDANE	9444
•SOLID WASTE DETERMINATION FOR SPILLED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS	9441
•SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO SPILL OF TOLUENE/BENZENE MIXTURE - CERCLA INTERFACE	9443
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED FUMING/GASIFICATION UNIT	9431
APPLICABILITY OF THE HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION TO LEAD-CONTAMINATED SOIL	9441
CLARIFICATION OF NEWLY LISTED HASTES AND HAZARDOUS DEBRIS	9554
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATORY APPLICATION TO SOILS CONTAMINATED BY CEMENT KILN DUST	9441
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATORY APPLICATION TO SOILS CONTAMINATED BY CEMENT KILN DUST	9441
CLARIFICATION OF THE "CONTAINED-IN" POLICY	.	9441
CLARIFICATION OF THE APPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN RCRA REQUIREMENTS TO COMMON EXCAVATION-TYPE ACTIVITIES	9441
CLARIFICATION OF THE RCRA "CONTAINED-IN" POLICY	9441
CONTAINED-IN POLICY	9441
CONTAMINATED ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA - SOIL AND GROUND WATER	'	9443
CONTAMINATED SOIL AND DEBRIS TREATED REPLACEMENT UNDER A TREATABILITY VARIANCE	9551
ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA CONTAMINATED WITH RCRA-LISTED HAZARDOUS HASTE	9441
EXCAVATED CONSTRUCTION SOIL CONTAINING QUANTITIES OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS	9443
INTERIM SOIL CLEAN-UP LEVELS FOR LEAD AT SUPERFUND SITES	9502
INTERPRETATION OF THE PHRASE "WHICH CAN BE REASONABLY EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT" FOR SOIL THAT EXHIBITS THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC 9554
K001, P093, AND U059 CONTAMINATED SOIL TREATMENT STANDARDS	9554
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS CLARIFICATIONS	9551
LEACH TESTING PROCEDURE TO REMOVE LEAD-CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM RESIDENTIAL AREAS	9431
LEACHING TESTS FOR EVALUATING SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH LEAD	9443
LEAD-BASED PAINT RESIDUES MID CONTAMINATED SOILS	9443
MOBILE TREATMENT UNITS QUALIFIED FOR INTERIM STATUS	9528
REGULATORY STATUS OF SOILS CONTAMINATED FROM RELEASES OF COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS	9441
SOIL CLEANUPS FOR LEAD - CLEANUP STANDARDS FOR CLEAN CLOSURE	9502
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDE	9441
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH TOLUENE	944 5
SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH CHLORDANE AND HEPTACHLOR DURING TREATMENT OF BUILDINGS FOR TERMITES	9441
1991(02)
1990(13b)
1988(14)
1995(32)
1991(01)
1989(04!
1984(01)
1988(15)
.1989(30)
.1991(12)
,1991(08)
1986(84)
,1989(03)
,1991(02)
.1991(02)
.1990(13c)
.1988(14)
.1991(06!
.1990(31)
.1985(01!
.1995(20)
.1985(11)
.1994(02)
.1995(08)
.1992(01!
.1993(11!
.1993(16!
.1994(04!
.1992(16!
.1995(32)
.1991(04)
.1989(04)
.1990(05)
.1989(30)
.1985(01)
.1990(01)
.1995(01)
.1990(09)
.1987(01)
.1989(01)
.1987(24)
.1987(28)
.1991(02)
.1992(34)
.1989 (02)
.1987(21)
.1985(01)
.1987(15)
01/01/91
05/31/90
04/30/88
09/15/95
05/02/91
05/23/89
12/26/84
01/21/88
06/19/89
12/10/91
05/29/91
11/13/86
01/24/89
05/09/91
08/30/91
05/31/90
12/30/88
11/01/91
10/01/90
02/28/85
05/31/95
11/30/85
11/15/94
03/07/95
11/05/92
06/30/93
09/15/93
03/22/94
06/11/92
09/15/95
03/26/91
05/23/89
10/09/90
06/19/89
02/21/85
05/07/90
06/14/95
08/13/90
01/20/87
06/26/89
11/05/87
11/20/87
02/27/91
10/15/92
05/25/89
04/08/87
04/05/85
03/11/87

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SOILS FROM MISSOURI DIOXIN SITES, WHETHER HAZARDOUS
USE OF PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED SOILS AS AN INGREDIENT IN ASPHALT BATCHING
Creosote
CREOSOTE TREATED CROSS-TIES DISPOSAL
K035 LISTING AND DELISTING ISSUES:GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM HOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES USING CREOSOTE AND/OR PENTACHLOROPHENOL
WOOD TREATED WITH CREOSOTE, DISPOSAL OF
WOOD TREATMENT CYLINDER CREOSOTE SUMPS
9441.1984(Oil
9493.1991102)
9441.1990(20)
9433.1967(27)
9444.1984(04)
9441.1986(10)
9441.1986(69)
01/06/84
06/20/91
07/03/90
12/11/87
04/26/84
02/11/86
09/12/86
Definition
~BOAT FOR WASTEWATER	9432.1986(16) 12/30/86
* ELECTRO PLAT ING AND ELECTROLESS PLATING LISTINGS	9432.1989(01) 08/30/89
~F001-F005 WASTEWATER DEFINITION	9441.1990(18) 06/30/90
~OIL AND GAS EXCLUSION APPLICABILITY	9441.1988(42) 09/30/88
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC AGENTS IN HOSPITAL WASTES, DISPOSAL OF	9442.1986(02) 01/30/86
BERYLLIUM WASTE DUST	9434.1989(01) 03/17/.89
BOILERS USED IN GREENHOUSE OPERATIONS ARE INDUSTRIAL BOILERS	9432.1986(03) 01/09/86
BY-PRODUCT VS. SCRAP METAL	9441.1990(07) 03/30/90
HEAT RECOVER* UNIT AS A BOILER OR Ml INCINERATOR	9432.1985(08) 11/20/8S
IGNITABILITY CHARACTERISTIC, DEFINITION OF UNDER STANDARD TEMPERATURE	AND PRESSURE 9443.1988(08) 09/09/88
IGNITABILITY OR CORROSIVITY TESTING-LIQUID AND AQUEOUS DEFINITION	9432.1990(01) 02/16/90
K062 LISTING APPLIES ONLY TO FACILITIES WITHIN THE IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY	9444.1987(08) 03/16/87
LISTING OF TF-1, AN ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMER FLUSHING AGENT	9442.1986(04) 05/06/86
MARINE DEBRIS IN WATERS, DISPOSAL OF	9432.1987(12a) 11/04/87
OFF-SPEC COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS AT BOTTLING FACILITY	9441.1989(49) 09/28/89
POLICIES REGARDING SELF-CERTIFICATION OF NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE	9442.199S (02) 02/07/95
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION REGARDING PESTICIDE APPLICATOR WASHING RINSE WATER	9441.1992(43) 12/18/92
SHOOTING RANGES, APPLICABILITY OF RCRA TO	9441.1988 (41) 09/06/88
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT DEFINED FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION UNDER 3004 (u)	9502.1987(07) 07/24/87
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR USED/REUSED IS NOT SOLID WASTE	9441.1986(61) 08/18/86
STEAM-SPRAYING OF AN EMPTY TANK	9441.1990(10 ) 04/10/90
STILL BOTTOM WASTE GENERATED BY A POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION FACILITY	9432.1988(01) 02/11/88
SUBMARINE REACTOR COMPARTMENTS - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9554.1990(0?) 07/30/90
THE REGULATORY STATUS OF A DISTILLATE MATERIAL KNOWN AS "LX-830" THAT	IS DERIVED FROM PETROLEUM AND COAL TAR NAPHTHA FEEDSTOCKS 9441.1995(02) 01/31/95
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM	9432.1987(01) 03/17/87
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER	9432.00-1 02/11/86
USED OIL AND IDENTIFICATION OF LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE	9495.1990(01! 06/13/90
USED OIL DEFINITION TO OPEN-GEAR LUBRICANT "GEARITB"	9441.1990(27) 11/30/90
ZINC OXIDE DUST RECLAIMED OR USED AS FERTILIZER	9441.1987(61) 08/12/87
Dibutyltin Difluoride
DIBUTYLTIN DIFLUORIDE NOT A LISTED RCRA WASTE
Dredged Sediments
DREDGE SEDIMENTS
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED WASTES TO SURFACE WATERS, MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO
Electric Arc Furnace
•K061 WASTE	9444.1989(02b)
ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST AFTER ENCAPSULATION TREATMENT PROCESS	9444.1986(33)
EXCLUSIONS FOR K-WASTES DENIED (LACLEDE STEEL)	9441.1989(4 8)
MINING WASTE EXCLUSION FOR A FERROALLOY FACILITY	9441.1986(48)
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PRODUCTION OF STEEL IN ELECTRIC ARC FURNACES	9444.1986(02!
RECYCLING OF ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST	9441.1988(27)
RECYCLING OF K061 AS AN INGREDIENT IN CEMENT	9441.1990(031
STAINLESS STEEL PRODUCTION RESIDUES	9441.1988(07)
9441.1984(27) 09/20/84
9443.1989(08)
9441.1986(07)
08/11/89
01/23/86
03/31/89
12/29/86
09/12/89
06/10/86
01/27/86
06/15/88
02/13/90
03/10/88

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STATUS OP ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST INCORPORATED INTO GLASS FRIT
9441.1992(42) 12/01/92
F-Wastes
•F001-F00S WASTEWATER DEFINITION
~LAND DISPOSAL BAN - TRACES OF NATURALLY OCCURRING BENZENE AND TOLUENE
CADMIUM WASTES FROM MILITARY COATING MATERIALS
CHEMICAL ETCHING PROCESS-HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION
CLARIFICATION OF F006/F019 INTERPRETIVE LETTER REGARDING WASTES GENERATED FROM AN ALUMINUM COATING PROCESS
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS WASTE IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ORGANIC HAZARDOUS WASTES
REGULATORY STATUS OF RECLAIMED SOLVENT FROM USED DRY CLEANING FILTERS
REGULATORY STATUS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL WASTES
REGULATORY STATUS OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM ZIRCONIUM PHOSPHATING OF ALUMINUM CANS
USED OIL AND IDENTIFICATION OF LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
WASTE TREATMENT FACILITIES ACCEPTING F006 ELECTROPLATING WASTES
ZIRCONIUM PHOSPHATING SLUDGES EXEMPTION
9441
9553
9441
9441
9442
9551
9441
9444
9442
9495
9554
9444
1990(18)
1986(02)
1990(11)
.1990(14)
,1995(03)
,1994 (02)
,1992(11)
,1987(29)
,1989(01)
,1990(01)
,1988(05)
.1990(04)
06/30/90
04/30/86
04/12/90
06/12/90
02/27/95
12/05/94
05/28/92
06/19/87
01/01/89
06/13/90
08/11/88
05/02/90
Ferrous Metals
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS USED IN AIR BAGS - EFFECT ON RECYCLE OF FERROUS SCRAP FROM AUTOMOBILES
FLUFF RESIDUALS FROM FERROUS METALS RECYCLING (AUTOMOBILE SHREDDING)
9441.1985(02)
9441.1988(48)
01/16/85
11/21/88
Food Processing Waste
FOOD PROCESSING WASTE NOT UNDER AGRICULTURAL WASTE EXCLUSION
FOOD PROCESSORS, IMPACT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS ON
9441.1980(02)
9443.1980(02)
08/19/80
09/16/80
Formaldehyde
BALLAST FLUID CLASSIFICATION
DEODORANTS FOR PORTABLE TOILETS
DISCARDED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
EMBALMING FLUIDS, USED
FORMALDEHYDE-BASED TOILET DEODORANTS
SAMPLING PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION ADDRESSING HSWA REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYZING FOR APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS
9444.1984(07)
9444.1984(08)
9444.1985(05)
9444.1985(07)
9441.1986(38)
9433.1986(23)
05/30/84
06/06/84
05/14/85
05/17/85
05/01/86
12/30/86
Freon
CHARACTERISTIC OF IGNITABILITY
DELISTING REGULATORY STANDARDS FOR FREON
USED REFRIGERANTS UNDER 40 CFR 261.2
9443.1987(07)
9433.1987(20)
9441.1990(28)
04/16/87
09/03/87
10/18/90
High Tech Wastes
SOLAR CELL AND HIGH TECH INDUSTRIES HAZARDOUS WASTE
9444.1983(03) 07/20/83
Iron Sponge
OIL AND GAS EXEMPTION IN 3001(b) (2) (A) OF RCRA: IRON SPONGE PROCESS
SPENT IRON SPONGE REGULATION AND TREATMENT
9441.1983(03)
9443.1986(02)
05/25/83
01/17/86
Manufacturing Process Units
•MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS	9441.1987(71)	08/30/87
•PARTS WASHING WITH MINERAL SPIRITS, SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS	9441.1986(45)	05/30/86
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA TO HAZARDOUS WASTES GENERATED IN PRODUCT STORAGE TANKS AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS	9441.1995(09)	03/08/95
CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE STREAMS FROM POLYMERIC COATING OPERATIONS	9442.1995(01)	01/26/95
DECANNING AND CRUSHING OPERATIONS	9432.1984(03)	04/26/84
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR TANKS, VEHICLES, VESSELS, PROCESS OR MANUFACTURING UNITS, OR PIPELINES WHICH HAVE BEEN SHUT DOWN	9441.1995(15)	04/20/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF A GASIFICATION UNIT PROPOSED BY TEXACO TO BE BUILT IN EL DORADO, KANSAS	9441.1995(18)	05/25/95
WASTES GENERATED IN MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNIT NOT SUBJECT TO LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS UNTIL REMOVED	9441.1987(53)	06/29/87
Mercury
ALLOWABLE HOLDING TIMES WHEN TESTING RCRA SAMPLES
CLASSIFICATION OF A MERCURY RECOVERY UNIT
9445.1987(04)
9498.1994(03)
12/04/87
05/26/94

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CLASSIFICATION OP OLIN MERCURY RECOVERY UNIT AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE	9498.1993(04)	12/17/93
DETERMINATION ON WHETHER A GENERATOR'S FLUORESCENT TUBES ARE NONHAZARDOUS	94*1.1995(23)	06/22/95
FLUORESCENT AND MERCURY VAPOR LAMPS AMD CLASSIFICATION USING THE EP TOXICITY TEST	9443.1986(09)	04/30/86
FREE-FLOWING MERCURY WHICH IS DISTILLED AND SOLD AS AN INGREDIENT IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS	9441.1994 (08)	03/30/94
GUIDANCE FROM THE U.S. EPA ON THE CRUSHING OF MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS	9441.1995(21)	06/05/95
INTERPRETATION ON REGULATORY STATUS OF MERCURY RELAYS AND SWITCHES WHEN RECLAIMED	9444.1994(03)	03/31/94
MERCURY SUITABLE FOR DIRECT USB (99% PURE) NOT SOLID WASTE "	9441.1986(43)	05/30/86
MERCURY THERMOMETERS, RECLAIMED OFF-SPEC AND BROKEN	9441.1986(27)	04/02/86
MERCURY, REFINING/REUSE OF SCRAP	9441.1986(06)	01/21/86
NATIONAL CAPACITY VARIANCE FOR INORGANIC SOLIDS DEBRIS	9551.1990(07)	10/14/90
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OP A MOBILE MERCURY RETORTING PROCESS FOR MERCURY CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM NATURAL GAS PIPELINE METERS	9498.1993(03)	11/29/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF MERCURY BATTERIES	9443.1994(02)	02/04/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS REGULATORS THAT CONTAIN MERCURY UNDER RCRA	9442.1994(06)	07/29/94
SCRAP AMALGAM FILLINGS FROM DENTISTS, DISPOSAL OF	9441.1989(22)	05/17/89
TREATMENT STANDARD TOR K106 (LOW MERCURY SUBCATEGORY) NON WASTEWATER RESIDUES FROM RETORTING/ROASTING (RMERC) UNITS	9554.1994(04)	07/14/94
WASTE LISTINGS FOR COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS - MERCURY	9441.1988(45)	11/02/88
Metals
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA SUBTITLE C REGULATIONS TO SILVER RECLAMATION OPERATIONS OF SPENT PHOTOGRAPHIC FIXER SOLUTIONS	9496.1994(01)	02/28/94
APPLICATION OF THE SCRAP METAL EXEMPTION TO LEAD FOIL USED IN DENTAL X-RAY PACKAGES	9441.1993(05)	04/29/93
CERTIFICATION/NOTIFICATION FOR MULTIPLE-CONSTITUENT WASTES SUBJECT TO LDRs	9551.1991(10)	06/05/91
COPPER PLATING SOLUTION	9443.1986(04)	01/22/86
ELECTROPLATING WASTES	9441.1991(06)	05/29/91
FLUB DUST AND METAL HYDROXIDE SLUDGE RECYCLING/RECLAMATION	9441.1989(10)	03/27/89
METAL, K061 HASTES IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT-DELISTING PETITION	9433.1987(18)	08/07/87
RCRA POLICY STATEMENT: LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS' DILUTION PROHIBITION AND COMBUSTION OF INORGANIC METAL-BEARING HAZARDOUS WASTES 9551.01-01	05/23/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF SOLDER DRIPPINGS GENERATED DURING RADIATOR REPAIR OPERATIONS	9441.1993(07)	04/29/93
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM	9441.1986(28 )	04/07/86
Munitions
•UNDETONATED EXPOSIVES, DISPOSAL OF OFF-SPECIFICATION
CLARIFICATION-OF DISCARDED AMMUNITION OF 0.50 CALIBER
LEAD CONTAMINATION RESULTING FROM SKEET SHOOTING
MUNITIONS REGULATED AS HAZARDOUS WASTES
TCLP PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION EXEMPTION FOR MUNITIONS
9441.1984(28)
9443.1994(06)
9444.1993(04)
9441.1990(23)
9442.1991(16)
08/31/84
11/03/94
09/23/93
08/21/90
05/01/91
Oily Waste
•EP TOXICITY FOR OILY WASTES
~EP TOXICITY TEST ON OILY WASTES
•USED OIL FOR DUST SUPPRESSION/ROAD TREATMENT
BY-PRODUCT CRUDE OIL TANK BOTTOMS
CLARIFICATION OF THE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS
DISPOSAL OF RAGS TO WIPE CRUDE OIL
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES - LEACHATE LEVELS
METHODS 1310 AND 1330: EXTRACTION PROCEDURE AND EXTRACTION PROCEDURE FOR OILY WASTE
MINING WASTES FROM SEARLES LAKE OPERATIONS
OILY WASTEWATER TREATMENT PONDS, PERMITTING COVERAGE OF
REGULATION OF OILY HAZARDOUS PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTE
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OP DISPOSABLE AND LAUNDERABLE INDUSTRIAL RAGS AND WIPERS
REGULATORY STATUS OF AND PROPER DISPOSAL METHODS FOR HYDRAULIC FLUID FILTERS USED IN AIRCRAFTS
SAMPLING PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION ADDRESSING HSWA REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYZING FOR APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS
SQG COMPLIANCE WITH TC RULE
TCLP EXTRACTIONS AS THEY APPLY TO OILY WASTE
USED OIL FILTERS CLASSIFICATION
9443
9443
9441
9441
9S92
9441
9441
9443
9441
9502
9493
9441
9444
9433
9441
9442
9441
1985(08)
1984(04)
1990(08)
1986(37)
1993(06)
1989(23)
1986(03)
1987(14)
.1993(12)
.1984(01)
.1991(01)
.1993(19)
.1994(01)
.1986(23)
.1990(26)
,1991(08)
.1990(22}
09/30/85
07/30/84
03/30/90
05/01/86
10/07/93
05/31/89
01/07/86
08/11/87
06/30/93
12/07/84
01/08/91
09/27/93
01/12/94
12/30/86
09/20/90
06/13/91
08/17/90
Wsistc
LEAD PAINT REMOVAL DEBRIS AND THE TCLP PROCEDURE
9442.1991(12) 08/30/91


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LEADED PAINT SANDBLASTING WASTE TESTING USING TCLP	9442.1991(01)
PAINT FILTER WASTE	9444.1982(01)
PAINT FILTERS, USED	9444.198$(13)
PAINT SPRAY BOOTH AIR FILTERS	9442.1990(01)
PAINT WASTES AND THE SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS	9444.1987(171
PAINTING CONTRACTOR WASTES - SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR	9441.1986 (47)
PAINTS CONTAINING SOLVENTS	9444,1988(11)
PROCESS WASTES CONTAINING INKS, PAINTS, AND ADHESIVES	9441.1987(09)
TCLP AND LEAD PAINT REMOVAL DEBRIS	9442.1991(10)
WASTES FROM ELECTROSTATIC WATERFALL CURTAIN PAINTING OPERATIONS	9444.1987(041
Phosphate Wastes
PHOSPHATE AND GAS PROCESSING INDUSTRY HASTES
Process Wastes
•HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION	9441,1985(12)
•MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS	9441.1989(54)
•NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RECYCLABLE MATERIALS	9441.1988(13)
•POINT OF GENERATION - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9554.1990(121
•SOLID WASTE VARIANCE FOR SPENT SOLVENT	9433.1985(03)
•SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS	9444.1988(09)
•WASTES GENERATED IN PROCESS UNITS	9441.1986(96)
ACID PLANT SLOWDOWN SLURRY/SLUDGE FROM PRIMARY COPPER PRODUCTION	9441.1989(32)
APPLICABILITY OF HAZARDOUS WASTE CODES TO A CHEMICAL POLISHING SYSTEM	9443.1994(05)
ASBESTOS AS A HAZARDOUS WASTE	9444.1980(05)
CARBAMATE LISTING DETERMINATION (60 FR 7824, FEBRUARY 9, 1995) AS IT RELATES TO THE LATEX PROCESS WASTES GENERATED BY A COMPANY	9441.1995(28)
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITY, MIXTURE OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTES (CALGON)	9441.1986(33)
CHLORIDE-ILMENITE PROCESS WASTES	9441.1991(051
CHROMIUM HASTES, EXCLUSION FOR CERTAIN	9441,1988(03)
CHROMIUM WASTES; TRIVALENT AND HEXAVALENT, CHROMIUM IN TANNERY WASTES	9441.1986 (24)
CLARIFICATION OF F006/F019 INTERPRETIVE LETTER REGARDING WASTES GENERATED FROM AN ALUMINUM COATING PROCESS	9442.1995(03)
CLARIFICATION OF THE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS	9592,1993(06)
CLARIFICATION ON THE USE OF SOLVENTS AS REACT ANTS IN MANUFACTURING PROCESSES	9444.1985(08)
COLORED GLAZE SOLIDS COLLECTED IN POTTERY MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS	9441.1988(17)
DEIONIZATION ACID REUSED, NOT A WASTE	9441.1986(39)
F019 LISTING AND THE CONVERSION COATING PROCESS	9444.1987(22)
FILTER CAKE WASTE CONTAINING SOLVENT USED TO SOLUBILIZE PRODUCT	9444.1987(43)
FILTER PRESS PROPOSED AS PART OF CORRECTIVE ACTION - NOT EXCLUDED FROM PERMITTING	9433.1987(10)
INK FORMULATION WASTES AS BOTH K086 AND F001-005 WASTES	9444.1987(41)
LIME STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE EXCLUSION	9441.1987(74)
METHANOL RECOVERY SYSTEM - CLARIFICATION OF WASTE STATUS	9441.1987(46)
PRE-COAT WASTE CONTAINING 2-ETHOXYETHANOL {EXTRUDING PROCESS WASTE)	9444.1986(15)
PROCESS HASTES CONTAINING INKS, PAINTS, AND ADHESIVES	9441.1987(09)
PROCESS WASTEWATER FROM METAL DEGREAS1NG OPERATIONS	9553.1988(02)
REACTOR VESSEL WASHOUT CONTAINING TRACE AMOUNTS OF SOLVENT	9444.1987(49)
RECLAMATION OF SPENT ALKALINE ETCHANT-REQUEST FOR VARIANCE UNDER MOD. CLOSED-LOOP PROVISION	9433.1985(06)
REGULATORY STATUS OP VARIOUS TYPES OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL WASTES	9444.1987(291
REGULATORY STATUS OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM ZIRCONIUM PHOSPHATING OF ALUMINUM CANS	9442.1989(01)
REJECT SUBSTRATES CONTAINING VENADIUM PENTOXIDE REGULATION UNDER RCRA	9444.1986(17)
RESIDUE FROM STREAM-STRIPPING OF PROCESS WASTE CONTAINING TOLUENE	9441.1984(10)
SOLVENT LISTINGS FOR PAINT WASTES/REMOVER AND SPILL RESIDUE	9444.1987(11)
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTEWATER PROM FRAGRANCE MANUFACTURE	9442.1987(06)
SOLVENTS USED AS REACTANT NOT LISTED AS SPENT SOLVENT OR COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT	9441.1986(921
SPENT CYANIDE PLATING BATH SOLUTIONS FROM SILVER RECOVERY	9441.1989(34)
STILL BOTTOM WASTE GENERATED DURING THE PRODUCTION OF POLYSTYRENE	9441.1988(40)
SUPERNATANT FORMED IN LIME STABILIZATION OF WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR AS HAZARDOUS WASTE	9441.1987(83)
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION AND ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS APPLICABILITY TO AN ASH TREATMENT FACILITY	9432.1987 (10)
01/08/91
09/1S/82
07/28/88
05/03/90
05/20/87
06/02/86
05/05/88
02/19/87
07/03/91
01/28/87
9443.1983(04) 07/05/83
04/30/85
10/30/89
04/30/88
08/30/90
09/30/85
04/30/88
12/30/86
07/06/89
07/15/94
11/18/80
08/24/95
04/23/86
04/22/91
01/13/88
03/21/86
02/27/95
10/07/93
05/24/85
05/18/88
05/12/88
06/24/87
10/09/87
06/12/87
09/15/87
09/02/87
06/17/87
08/04/86
02/19/87
03/08/88
10/26/87
10/29/85
06/19/87
01/01/89
09/04/86
05/15/84
04/14/87
10/26/87
12/05/86
07/06/89
09/01/88
10/23/87
08/28/87

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TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM
WASTES GENERATED FROM EXTRACTION PROCESS
HASTES GENERATED IN A PROCESS USING METHYLENE CHLORIDE TO RECOVER ALKALOIDS FROM PLANT MATTER
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES RESULTING FROM METAL CLEAN I NO PROCESS
WATER WALL SPRAY BOOTH WASTES AND THE SOLVENT LISTINGS
Regulated Wastes
•SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS
APPLICABILITY OF MINING WASTE EXCLUSION TO WASTED LIME KILN REFRACTORY BRICKS
CLARIFICATION OF DISCARDED AMMUNITION OF 0.50 CALIBER
DREDGE SEDIMENTS
HAZARDOUS WASTES THAT ARE RECYCLED, HANDLING
RCRA REGULATION OF DDT-TREATED WOOL BLANKETS AS HAZARDOUS WASTE
SEDIMENT SAMPLE DISPOSAL
STORAGE FACILITIES, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
Smelting Haste
•MINING WASTE EXCLUSION RE INTERPRETATION
CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTES GENERATED AT PRIMARY METAL SMELTING AND REFINING SITES
CLASSIFICATION OF A MERCURY RECOVER* UNIT
DROSS FROM ALUMINUM SMELTING USED IN MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT
HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION OF "NICKEL MATTE" BY-PRODUCT
REGULATOR* STATUS OF RESIDUES FROM SECONDARY LEAD SMELTERS THAT RECYCLE K069 WASTES
RESIDUES FROM SECONDARY LEAD SMELTERS THAT RECYCLE K069 WASTES
SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER VARIANCES
9432.1986 1151
9432.1987(01!
9442.1986(07)
9441.1986(52)
9444.1989(08)
9444,1987(06)
9444
9441
9443
9443
9441
9441
9441
9432
9441
9443
9498
9441
9441
9441
9496
9444
1986(14)
1994(11)
1994(06)
1989(08)
1986(76)
1992(40)
1989(12)
1983(02)
1985(35)
1986(16)
1994(03)
1989(01!
1994(32)
1991(14a)
1991(01)
1988 (14)
12/22/86
03/17/87
07/02/86
07/02/86
08/21/89
02/28/87
06/30/86
05/11/94
11/03/94
08/11/89
10/08/86
11/17/92
03/31/89
11/29/83
10/30/85
07/09/86
05/26/94
02/07/89
12/23/94
08/05/91
08/05/91
08/26/88
Soil
DESTRUCTION OF DIOXIN CONTAMINATED SOIL USING MOBILE INCINERATION
FIRE TRAINING PITS, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR
LEAD-BASED PAINT RESIDUES AND CONTAMINATED SOILS
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED WASTES TO SURFACE HATERS, MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH CHLORDANE AS A RESULT OF PESTICIDE APPLICATION
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT CLOSURE, APPLICABILITY OF 3005 (i) OF RCRA TO
9433.1986(10)
9489.1987(02)
9443.1987(28)
9441.1986(07)
9444.1986(20)
9476.1987(01)
04/24/86
07/22/87
11/20/87
01/23/86
09/29/86
06/09/87
TCLP
ADOPTION OF TCLP FOR DELISTING DEMONSTRATIONS
CALCULATION OF TCLP CONCENTRATIONS FROM TOTAL CONCENTRATIONS
TREATMENT STANDARD FOR K106 (LOW MERCURY SUBCATEGORY) NON-WASTEWATER RESIDUES FROM RETORTING/ROASTING (RMERC) UNITS
9433.1990(03)
944S.1992(01)
9554.1994(04)
06/14/90
09/21/92
07/14/94
TNT
•PRODUCT WASHWATBRS FROM DINITROTOLUENE
TNT RED WATER, REUSE OP
Kill LISTING
9441.1988(20)
9441.1981(04)
05/30/88
04/10/81
Toxicity
•REGULATION OF MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION ASH	9573.1991(01)	05/01/91
FEDERAL POLICY REGARDING DIOXIN DISPOSAL	9444.1987(26)	07/02/87
INTERPRETATION OF THE PHRASE "WHICH CAN BE REASONABLY EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT" FOR SOIL THAT EXHIBITS THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC 9554.1995(01)	06/14/95
IS THE CHEMICAL POTASSIUM HEXACYANOCOBALT (II)-FERRATE (II),	USED AT A DOE NUCLEAR PLANT, CONSIDERED A "MIXED WASTE" UNDER RCRA? 9441.1995(30)	09/13/95
LD50 AS CRITERIA FOR LISTING HAZARDOUS WASTE	9443.1988(09)	09/09/88
LEACHING TESTS FOR EVALUATING SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH LEAD	9443.1987(24)	11/05/87
PENTACHLOROPHENOL AS A WOOD PRESERVATIVE	9444.1988(15)	08/29/88
RESIDUES FROM MUNICIPAL WASTE RESOURCE RECOVER* FACILITIES	9487.1986(08)	05/27/86
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR DELISTING PETITION	9433.1991(02)	04/26/91
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS	9523.00-14	03/14/86
TOXICITY OF 2,4,D WASTE	9444.1984(03)	04/30/84

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HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION RULE (HWIR)
HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING DETERMINATION (60 FR 7825, FEBRUARY 9, 1995) OF K156 WASTE FROM THE PRODUCTION OF METHYI. CARBAMATE
Contaminated Media
CONCERN REGARDING EPA'S PLANS TO "DISALLOW CONTINUED USE OF THE CORRECTIVE ACTION MANAGEMENT UNIT iCAMU) PROVISION"
HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTATION
(See Import)
HEALTH AND SAFETY
OS HA HAZARDOUS WASTE SITE ACTIVITY
SELECTION OF NON-USEPA APPROVED METHODS FOR SUBPART X PERMITS
HEALTH ASSESSMENTS
(See Risk Assessment)
HIGH TECH WASTES
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
(See also Subtitle D under Solid Waste)
•HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS HASTE
•MEDICAL WASTE - HOUSEHOLD MEDICAL WASTE
CLARIFICATION REGARDING THE "REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION" PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS
DRY CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES WASTE NOT EXCLUDED AS HOUSEHOLD WASTE
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION PROGRAMS, CERCLA AND RCRA LIABILITY OF MUNICIPAL SPONSORS OF
HOUSEHOLD WASTES - DISPOSAL OF CARBON-ZINC BATTERIES
LEAD-BASED PAINT RESIDUES AND CONTAMINATED SOILS
MERCURY DRY CELL BATTERIES AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
PROPER DISPOSAL OF OLD MEDICATIONS
RESIDUES FROM U.S. NAVY SALVAGE FUEL BOILER
USED AUTOMOBILE ANTIFREEZE DISPOSAL
USED CRANKCASE OIL DISPOSED OF BY DO-IT-YOURSELFERS
Collection Programs
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE -- COLLECTION PROGRAMS, CLARIFICATION OF ISSUES
HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION SCOPE
RCRA SUBTITLE C REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION PROGRAMS COLLECTING CESQG WASTE
HOUSEHOLD WASTES
9441.1995(34)
/ /
11/27/95
9502.1995(03) 10/18/95
XREF
XREF
9504.1987(02)
9442.1990(03)
XREF
XREF
XREF
9441.
9441.
9592.
9441.
9441,
9441,
9443
9443
9574,
9441
9442
9441
1988(30)
1989(24)
1994(10)
1986(32)
1986(09)
1984(07)
1987(28)
1986(18)
1990(01)
1987(16)
1991(18)
1987(64)
9574.00-01
9574.1991(01)
9574.00-02
/ /
/ /
06/05/87
11/19/90
/ /
/ /
/ /
06/30/88
08/16/89
09/28/94
04/21/86
01/28/86
04/19/84
11/20/87
09/04/86
11/28/90
03/17/87
12/19/91
08/13/87
11/01/88
OS/30/91
07/22/92
(See Solid Waste)
XREF
/ /
HSWA
(See Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments)
XREF
/ /

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HSNA PROVISIONS
HWIR
{See Hazardous and Solid Haste Amendments)
(See Hazardous Haste Identification Rule)
HYDROG EOLOGICAL DATA
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
IDENTIFICATION
(See EPA I.D. Number)
IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
(See EPA I.D. Number)
IGNITABILITY
(See Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
IMPORT
(See also Generators, Transporters)
~ACCUMULATION TIME FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTERS
BUBBLER CANISTERS CONTAINING PHOSPHOROUS OXYCHLORIDB ARE NOT WASTE WHEN RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES FROM JAPAN FOR REGENERATION
CANADIAN MANIFEST FOR SHIPMENTS ENTERING THE U.S.
GENERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES FOR IMPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
MOVEMENT OF NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERIES FROM MEXICO TO JAPAN VIA THE UNITED STATES
Hazardous Haste Importation
•MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS FOR IMPORTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
~SIGNING THE MANIFEST AS AN AGENT WHEN IMPORTING HAZARDOUS HASTE
EPA'S NON-OBJECTION TO IMPORTS OF COBALT OXIDE-MOLYBDIC OXIDE SPENT CATALYSTS INTO THE U.S. FOR RECOVERY
FEDERAL POLICY ON SEVERAL ISSUES RELATED TO THE USE OF THE HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST BY HAZARDOUS WASTE TRANSPORTERS
RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORT REQUIREMENTS
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9456.1992(01)
9456.1994(01)
9462.1985(01)
9455.1985(01)
9452.1993(01)
9462.1995(01!
9462.1995(02)
9456.1996(01)
9462.1996(01)
9456.1996(02)
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
08/31/92
12/16/94
11/29/85
06/25/85
01/28/93
01/31/95
03/31/95
02/15/96
03/07/96
06/17/96
INCINERATION
(See also Subpart X under Thermal Treatment)
~RECIRCULATING TANK, REGULATION OF
~WASTE DERIVED FROM TREATING EXEMPT OR EXCLUDED WASTES
A DETERMINATION OF HHETHER A DETOX (SM) WET OXIDATION PROCESS HOULD BE REGULATED UNDER SUBPART X OR UNDER SUBPART O
ACCEPTABLE LEVELS OF RESIDUAL CONTAMINANTS IN THE EPA INCINERATOR RESIDUES (REVISION)
ALTERNATIVE METALS ANALYSIS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE COMBUSTORS
APPLICABILITY OF OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
APPLICABILITY OF THE OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
DELISTING PETITION INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RESIDUES FROM INCINERATION OF 2,4,5-T AND SILVEX PESTICIDES
DETERMINATION OF EQUIVALENT TREATMENT (DETI FOR 8 OF THE WASTE CODES FROM A TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (TDI) TREATABILITY GROUP
DETERMINATION ON THE LEGALITY AND APPROPRIATENESS OF USING INCINERATION FOR TWO P078 HASTE STREAMS
DOB MUNITIONS BECOME SOLID WASTE SUBJECT TO RCRA WHEN THERE IS AN INTENT TO DISPOSE OR DESTROY THEM
ENFORCEMENT POLICY ON WASTE BURNING FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
INCINERATOR PERMITS TO BURN DIOXIN HASTES, MODIFICATION OF
INCINERATORS THAT RECEIVE GASEOUS EMISSIONS, RCRA EXCLUSION, CAA APPLIES
XREF
9483.
9441.
9489.
9488.
9498.
9498.
9498.
9433.
9554.
9554.
9441.
94 94 .
9488.
9441.
1984{031
1987(31)
1995(02)
1985(031
1994(09)
1996 (05)
1996(01)
1987(26)
1994(06)
1994(05)
1965(311
1986(06)
1985104)
1984(15)
/ /
11/30/84
04/30/87
08/02/95
04/01/85
08/17/94
05/10/96
02/26/96
10/28/87
10/24/94
07/26/94
10/03/85
12/31/86
05/30/85
07/31/84

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JURISDICTION AND REGULATION OF MIXED WASTE MANAGEMENT INCLUDING INCINERATION AND LOCATION CRITERIA	9541.1986(14)
METALS PRODUCTION WASTES, APPLICABILITY OF MINING WASTE EXCLUSION - COMBUSTION OF WASTES AS INCINERATION	9441.1985(05)
MIXTURE OF CHARACTERISTIC WASTE AND LISTED WASTE, ASH FROM INCINERATION	9441.1985(32)
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION ASH	9573.1990(02)
ON-SITE INCINERATION OF A WASTE THAT IS BOTH A BY-PRODUCT MATERIAL AND HAZARDOUS	9432.1986 (14)
REFRACTORY WASTES AT U.S. EPA COMBUSTION RESEARCH FACILITY	9444.1988(05)
RESIDUES REMAINING IN EMPTY CONTAINERS, BURNING OF	9441.1986(04)
SPENT CARBON USED TO REMOVE DISSOLVED PENTACHLOROPHENOL (PCP) FROM GROUNDWATER	9444.1986(05)
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS	9523.00-18
THERMAL RELIEF VENTS ON HAZARDOUS WASTE INCINERATORS, ACCEPTABILITY OF	9488.00-3
BIF Rule
~REGULATORY STATUS OF METALS RECOVERY UNDER RCRA	9498.1994(10)
•SHAM RECYCLING POLICY APPLIED TO CERTIFIED BIFs	9488.1991(05)
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED FUMING/GASIFICATION UNIT	94 31.1994(02)
APPLICATION OF THE BIF RULE TO HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC., LEMONT, ILLINOIS	9498.1992(02)
BIF REGULATIONS EFFECTS ON INDUSTRIAL BOILER	9488.1991(03)
BIF RULE APPLIED TO NEWLY REGULATED UNITS AT INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES	9528.1991(01)
CARBON REGENERATION UNITS - REGULATORY STATUS	9489.1991(04)
CLARIFICATION OF REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES	9498.1994 (13)
CLARIFICATION OF STATE AND FEDERAL APPLICABILITY OF THE BIF RULE TO LIME KILNS BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE	9498.1993(01)
CLARIFICATION REGARDING SINGLE EMISSION POINT, MULTI-DEVICE COMBUSTION FACILITIES	9498.1994(08)
CLASSIFICATION OF OLIN MERCURY RECOVERY UNIT AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE	9498.1993(04)
COMBINED OPERATION OF THE RESOURCE RECOVERY KILNS AND CEMENT KILNS AT GIANT CEMENT COMPANY, HARLEYVILLE,	SC 9498.1992(01)
DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL FURNACE AS IT APPLIES TO SMELTING, MELTING, AND REFINING FURNACES HANDLING SECONDARY MATERIALS	9488.1993(01)
DETERMINATION ON WHETHER OR NOT A FACILITY QUALIFIED FOR INTERIM STATUS FOR ITS BOILERS UNDER THE BIF RULE	9498.1994 (05)
ENHANCED PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND STRONGER COMBUSTION PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS	9505.1994(01)
EXCLUSION FROM RCRA REGULATION FOR SECONDARY MATERIALS USED OR REUSED DIRECTLY AS INGREDIENTS IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS	9498.1994(06)
GUIDANCE ON TRIAL BURN FAILURES	9498.1994(04)
HAZARDOUS WASTEWATERS USED AS QUENCHWATER IN CEMENT PRODUCTION	9489.1991(01)
IMPACT OF DRAFT HAZARDOUS WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY ON OHIO'S REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF	AIR REGULATIONS 9573.1994 (01)
INTERIM STATUS UNDER THE BIF RULE	9528.1991(03)
K-WASTE FILTER CAKE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT	9441.1990(35)
REGION V FUEL-BLENDING FACILITIES CONCERNS	9441.1991(17)
REGULATORY DETERMINATION ON THE STATUS OF PRECIOUS METAL RECOVERY FURNACES	9496.1993(01)
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF A MOBILE MERCURY RETORTING PROCESS FOR MERCURY CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM NATURAL GAS PIPELINE METERS	9498.1993(03)
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF AUTOMATIC WASTE FEED CUTOFFS IN BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES	9494.1993(01)
REGULATORY INTERPRETATIONS UNDER RCRA CONCERNING CERTAIN FUEL BLENDING SCENARIOS	9498.1994(12)
REGULATORY STATUS OF HAFs AND THE VCR PROCESS UNIT LOCATED AT BORDEN'S GEISMAR, LA FACILITY	9498.1993(02)
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS PIPELINE CONDENSATE	9442.1994(05)
RESIDUES FROM SECONDARY LEAD SMELTERS THAT RECYCLE K069 WASTES	9496.1991(01)
RESPONSE TO THE PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION TO CEASE HAZARDOUS WASTE BURNING AND NOTICE OF CITIZEN SUITS	9498.1994(01)
SHAM RECYCLING POLICY AS IT PERTAINS TO THE BOILER AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACE RULE	9494.1994(03)
07/03/86
02/04/85
10/07/85
03/29/90
09/06/86
03/11/88
01/07/86
03/03/86
03/14/89
06/30/86
10/31/94
10/01/91
11/15/94
12/30/92
09/23/91
08/07/91
08/02/91
12/05/94
04/30/93
07/29/94
12/17/93
08/11/92
12/06/93
07/14/94
05/23/94
07/20/94
07/05/94
02/15/91
01/10/94
08/19/91
12/21/90
11/04/91
12/27/93
11/29/93
09/14/93
11/08/94
06/02/93
04/15/94
08/05/91
04/04/94
06/07/94
Baghouse Dust
•BAGHOUSE DUST GENERATED FROM REMELTING PRIMARY PRODUCED STEEL
BAGHOUSE DUSTS USED AS, OR TO PRODUCE, AGGREGATE
CLARIFICATION ON THE APPLICABILITY OF RCRA TO A FOUNDRY MANUFACTURING DUCT SYSTEM
EXCLUSIONS FOR K-WASTES DENIED (LACLEDE STEEL)
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS CLARIFICATIONS
RECYCLING OF ZINC OXIDE BAGHOUSE DUST
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM
9444
9493
9441
9441
9551
9443
9432
.1984 (16)
.1991(03)
.1995(33)
.1989(48)
.1987(01)
.1987(25)
.1987(01)
08/30/84
06/21/91
10/19/95
09/12/89
01/20/87
11/04/87
03/17/87
Boiler
~HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED FUMING/GASIFICATION UNIT
BOILER VARIANCE FOR A WASTE HEAT RECOVERY BOILER NOT OF INTEGRAL DESIGN, DENIAL OF
9494.1986(03)
9431.1994(02)
9433.1987(01)
03/30/86
11/15/94
01/07/87

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BOILERS AND INCINERATORS, DISTINCTION BETWEEN/INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD	9432
BURNING CHARACTERISTIC OFF-SPECIFICATION PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FOR ENERGY RECOVER*	9441
BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTE IN BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES (BIFs)	9494
BURNING OF USED OIL IN THE MARINE INDUSTRY AND USED OIL GENERATOR NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS	949S
BURNING OFF-SPECIFICATION USED OIL FUEL IN GREENHOUSES	94 9S
HALOGEN ACID FURNACES AS INDUSTRIAL FURNACES OR BOILERS	9433
HEAT RECOVER* UNIT AS A BOILER OR AN INCINERATOR	9432
INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD IN BOILER DEFINITION (LUBRIZOLI	9432
MIXING LOW AND HIGH BTU HASTES - SHAM BURNING, BLENDING, MANIFESTING	9442
REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS HASTE TRANSFER OPERATIONS	9461
SITE-SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS AT COMBUSTION FACILITIES THAT MB REGULATED WIDER RCRA	9498
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS	9523
Cement Kiln
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA TO VARIOUS PRODUCTS (E.G., CLINKER, FERTILIZER) PRODUCED BY A CEMENT KILN EQUIPPED WITH A RECOVER* SCRUBBER 9441
CEMENT KILN BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTE FUELS DURING INTERIM STATUS	9528
CEMENT KILN DOST HASTE	9441
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATORY APPLICATION TO SOILS CONTAMINATED BY CEMENT KILN DUST	9441
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATORY APPLICATION TO SOILS CONTAMINATED BY CEMENT KILN DUST	9441
CLARIFICATION OF REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES	9498
CLARIFICATION REGARDING SINGLE EMISSION POINT, MULTI-DEVICE COMBUSTION FACILITIES	9498
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE IN CEMENT KILNS	9441
EPA RESPONSES TO CONCERNS RAISED ON THE MAXIMUM ACHIEVABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY (MACT) STANDARDS FOR CEMENT KILNS	9498
EXTENSION OF DEADLINE FOR PART A SUBMITTAL AND INTERIM STATUS APPLICABILITY FOR CEMENT KILNS	9S28
MAXIMUM ACHIEVALBE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY (MACT) RULEMAKING FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE COMBUSTORS	9498
MINERAL PROCESSING RESIDUALS FROM COMBUSTION UNITS BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL	9441
RCRA STORAGE FACILITY REQUIREMENTS, OFF-LOADING FROM TANK TRUCKS	9488
RECYCLING OF ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES (F006) FOR CEMENT/AGGREGATE MANUFACTURE	9441
REGULATORY STATUS OF CEMENT PRODUCED USING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUELS	9441
REGULATOR* STATUS OF PRODUCTS (INCLUDING CLINKER AND FERTILIZER) PRODUCED IN CEMENT KILNS EQUIPPED WITH A RECOVERY SCRUBBER	9441
SHAM INCINERATION AND TREATMENT OF X048-K052 WASTES IN CEMENT KILNS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES	9494
USED OIL DEFINITION APPLICABILITY TO OPEN-GEAR LUBRICANT	9441
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS BURNED IN CEMENT KILN, REGULATION OF	9494
ZINC OXIDE RECLAIMED FROM KILNS	9444
Destruction Removal Efficiency (DRE)
ASSURING PROTECTIVE OPERATION OF INCINERATORS BURNING DIOXIN-LISTED WASTES
VIABILITY OF TRIAL BURN RESULTS WITH INCOMPLETE VOST DATA
Electric Arc Furnace
EMISSION CONTROL DUST/SLUDGE FROM ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE AT FOUNDR* NOT A K061 WASTE	9441
EXCLUSIONS FOR K-WASTES DENIED (LACLEDE STEEL)	9441
PRIMAR* AND SECONDARY PRODUCTION OF STEEL IN ELECTRIC ARC FURNACES	9444
RECYCLING OF ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST	9441
RECYCLING OF K061 AS AN INGREDIENT IN CEMENT	9441
REGULATORY DETERMINATION ON THE STATUS OF A LEAD/COPPER METAL PRODUCED BY METALS RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES (MRT)	9441
STAINLESS STEEL PRODUCTION RESIDUES	9441
STATUS OF ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST INCORPORATED INTO GLASS FRIT	9441
1986(02!
1986(95)
1991(01)
1986(09)
1986(05)
1986(16)
198S(08)
1985(10)
.1987(04)
.1989(01)
.1995(02)
.00-17
.1994(14)
.1987(10)
,1988(36)
1993(11)
1993(16)
,1994(13)
.1994(08)
,1987(78)
1996(02)
,1987(12)
1996(04)
1984(19)
.1988(01)
1989(19)
.1993(22)
.1994(12)
.1991(02)
1990(33)
.1985(03)
1988(02a)
9488.1992(01)
9488.1987(09)
1984(08)
1989(48)
1986(02)
1988(27)
1990(03)
1994(23)
1988(07)
1992 (42)
01/03/86
12/23/86
02/04/91
04/21/86
03/05/86
08/12/86
11/20/85
12/30/85
08/31/87
01/03/89
11/30/95
09/02/88
06/09/94
09/03/87
07/29/88
06/30/93
09/15/93
12/05/94
07/29/94
10/08/87
03/15/96
09/18/87
04/10/96
08/15/84
12/09/88
04/26/89
11/02/93
05/17/94
03/29/91
11/30/90
10/11/85
01/26/88
09/22/92
10/15/87
05/03/84
09/12/89
01/27/86
06/15/88
02/13/90
08/19/94
03/10/88
12/01/92
Furnace
BURNING USED OIL GENERATED BY PRIVATE BOAT OWNERS ON-SITE
DEPARTMENT OF ARMY MUNITION DEACTIVATION POPPING FURNACE
EXCLUSION FROM RCRA REGULATION FOR SECONDARY MATERIALS USED OR REUSED DIRECTLY AS INGREDIENTS IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS
POPPING FURNACES-DOD DISPOSAL OF OUTDATED ORDNANCE BY INCINERATION - METALS RECOVERY
RECOVER* KILN AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE
REGULATORY DETERMINATION OF THE PRIMER NEUTRALIZATION UNIT "POPPING FURNACE"
9494.1991(04)
9488.1987(03)
9498.1994(06)
9441.1983(04)
9488.1989(02)
9489.1994(02)
04/23/91
03/25/87
07/20/94
06/08/83
10/04/89
09/19/94

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Hazardous Waste Combustor
EPA'S IMPLEMENTATION OF THE HAZARDOUS WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
9498.1996(06) 05/23/96
Hazardous Haste Fuels
ABILITY OF A HAZARDOUS WASTE BURNING BIF TO SPIKE METALS AND USE OF TEST DATA IN LIEU OF A TRIAL BURN
DETERMINATION ON WHETHER OR NOT A FACILITY QUALIFIED FOR INTERIM STATUS FOR ITS BOILERS UNDER THE BIF RULE
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF AUTOMATIC WASTE FEED CUTOFFS IN BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES
USED OIL FUELS BURNED IN INCINERATORS
9498,1996(03!
9498.1994(05)
9494.1993(01)
9495.1986(13)
04/01/96
07/14/94
09/14/93
06/27/86
Incinerator Residue
~REGULATION OF MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION ASH
INCINERATOR RESIDUES FROM TRIAL BURN
SCRUBBER BRINE/SLUDGE PRODUCED IN INCINERATION OF A LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
TRIPLE-RINSING REQUIREMENT APPLICABLE TO CONTAINERS HOLDING RESIDUES FROM THE INCINERATION OF ACUTE HAZARDOUS WASTES
WASTE GENERATED BY AN INCINERATOR TRIAL BURN OF SAND SPIKED WITH TRICHLOROBENZENE AND HEXACHLOROETHANE
9573.1991(01!
9488.1990(011
9441,1984(05)
9431.1993(01)
9441.1988(04)
05/01/91
03/29/90
02/19/84
07/28/93
01/14/88
Incinerators
~CHANGES TO INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES	9528.1989(11!	07/30/89
~FUME INCINERATORS	9488.1986(03)	03/30/86
~HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL IN INCINERATORS	9441.1986(87)	11/30/86
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED FUMING/GASIFICATION UNIT	9431.1994(02)	11/15/94
ASSURING PROTECTIVE OPERATION OF INCINERATORS BURNING DIOXIN-LISTED WASTES	9488.1992(01)	09/22/92
BOILER VARIANCE FOR A WASTE HEAT RECOVERY BOILER NOT OF INTEGRAL DESIGN, DENIAL OF	9433.1987(01)	01/07/87
BOILERS AND INCINERATORS, DISTINCTION BETWEEN/INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD	9432.1986(02)	01/03/86
CHEMICAL AGENT/MUNITIONS SYSTEM (CADMS) IS NOT TOTALLY ENCLOSED AND SUGGESTED RD6D PERMIT	9432.1985(07)	11/19/85
CHLORINE EMISSIONS FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE INCINERATORS	9488.1990(02)	04/19/90
CLARIFICATION ON THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN THERMAL DESORBERS AND INCINERATORS	9489.1994(01)	02/23/94
CLARIFICATION REGARDING SINGLE EMISSION POINT, MULTI-DEVICE COMBUSTION FACILITIES	9498.1994(08)	07/29/94
CLARIFICATION; IS A FACILITY THAT HAS A "PRIMARY PURPOSE" OF BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FOR DESTRUCTION SUBJECT TO RCRA REGULATIONS? 9498,1994(07!	07/21/94
CLEAN CLOSURE AND DISPOSAL OF AN INCINERATOR	9488.1987(04)	06/12/87
CLOSURE PLAN FOR THE HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE UNITS AT VERTAC'S SHUTDOWN MANUFACTURING PLANT	9488.1987(01)	02/09/87
CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW INCINERATOR WITH THE CHANGES DURING INTERIM STATUS	9528.1986(07)	09/19/86
CONTROL DEVICES REQUIRED BY THE ORGANIC AIR EMISSION STANDARD	9534.1991(01)	12/03/91
DEACTIVATION (POPPING! FURNACES AS INCINERATORS	9432.1987(07)	07/17/87
DELISTING PETITION FOR INCINERATOR ASH	9433.1991(03)	07/10/91
DESTRUCTION OF DIOXIN CONTAMINATED SOIL USING MOBILE INCINERATION	9488.1986(05)	04/24/86
DIOXIN TRIAL BURNS FOR PURPOSES OP CERTIFICATION OR A RCRA PERMIT	9488.00-1A	05/07/86
DISTILLATION OR FRACTIONATION COLUMN BOTTOMS FROM THE PRODUCTION OF CHLOROBENZENE	9441.1988(11)	04/21/88
ENHANCED PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND STRONGER COMBUSTION PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS	9505.1994(01)	05/23/94
GUIDANCE IN DESIGNATING POHC-3	9488.1988(02)	01/13/88
GUIDANCE ON TRIAL BURN FAILURES	9498.1994 (041	07/05/94
GUIDANCE ON USING ALTERNATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT APPROACHES IN DETERMINING INCINERATOR METALS EMISSION LIMITS	9488.1992(02!	11/17/92
HEAT RECOVERY UNIT AS A BOILER OR AN INCINERATOR	9432.1985(08!	11/20/85
INCINERATOR METALS EMISSIONS CONTROLS	9488.1989(03!	10/17/89
INCINERATOR NOT CONSIDERED TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT	9432.1987(06)	07/02/87
INCINERATORS FOR DESTRUCTION OF NERVE AGENTS, HIGH PRIORITY PERMITTING	9501.1986(01)	09/11/86
INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD IN BOILER DEFINITION (LUBRIZOL)	9432.1985(10)	12/30/85
INTERIM STATUS EXPANSION TO ADD AN INCINERATOR	9528.00-1	11/25/87
LDR RULES REGARDING ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR LAB PACKS	9554.1990(13)	11/20/90
MUNICIPAL WASTE INCINERATOR ASH MANAGEMENT	9573,1986(01)	06/27/86
NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY KOfil STORAGE PILE	9481.1988(01)	01/25/88
OMNIBUS AUTHORITY TO CONTROL EMISSIONS OF METALS, HCL k PICs FROM INCINERATORS	9S24.1989 (01!	02/27/89
PARTIAL PERMITTING OF INCINERATOR UNIT {DOW!	9522.1985(04)	08/30/85
PERMITTING INCINERATORS	9488.00-2	06/10/86
PERMITTING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE INCINERATORS	9501.1982(01)	07/09/82
PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR A PCB INCINERATOR	9488.1986(04)	04/11/86
PICKLE LIQUOR RECOVERY UNIT AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE	9432.1987(13)	11/10/87

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POHC SELECTION FOR RCRA HAZARDOUS HASTE TRIM, BURN - USE OF 1,2,3-TRICHLOROBENZENE
PROPOSED RULES IMPACT ON PERMIT DEADLINES
QUANTUM TECH PLASMA ARC UNIT - REGULATOR* CLASSIFICATION
SITE-SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS AT COMBUSTION FACILITIES THAT ARE REGULATED UNDER RCRA
SPENT FLUIDIZED BED MEDIA AMD CHANGES UNDER INTERIM STATUS
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
TCLP PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION EXEMPTION FOR MUNITIONS
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION AND ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS APPLICABILITY TO AH ASH TREATMENT FACILITY
USB OF OMNIBUS AUTHORITY TO CONTROL EMMISSIONS OF METALS, HCL, AND PICS FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE INCINERATORS
9488.
9501.
9488.
9498.
9444.
9S23,
9442.
9551,
9432.
9488.
1991(01!
1987(03!
1991(04!
1995(02)
1986(28)
00-17
1991(16)
1990(15)
1987(10)
1989(01)
02/05/91
12/28/87
09/30/91
11/30/95
12/05/86
09/02/88
05/01/91
12/20/90
08/28/87
02/27/89
Industrial Furnace
•REGULATORY STATUS OF METALS RECOVERY UNDER RCRA	9498.1994 (10)	10/31/94
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED FUMING/GASIFICATION UNIT	9431.1994(02)	11/15/94
BOILERS AND INCINERATORS, DISTINCTION BETWEEN/INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD	9432.1986(02)	01/03/86
BOILERS USED IN GREENHOUSE OPERATIONS ARE INDUSTRIAL BOILERS	9432.1986(03}	01/09/B6
BURNING CHARACTERISTIC OFF-SPECIFICATION PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FOR ENERGY RECOVERY	9441.1986(95)	12/23/86
CLARIFICATION: IS A FACILITY THAT HAS A "PRIMARY PURPOSE" OP BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FOR DESTRUCTION SUBJECT TO RCRA REGULATIONS? 9498.1994(07)	07/21/94
CLASSIFICATION OF A MERCURY RECOVERY UNIT	9498.1994(03)	05/26/94
CLASSIFICATION OF OLIS MERCURY RECOVERY UNIT AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE	9498.1993(04)	12/17/93
DEACTIVATION (POPPING) FURNACES AS INCINERATORS	9432.1987(07)	07/17/87
DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL FURNACE AS IT APPLIES TO SMELTING, MELTING, AND REFINING FURNACES HANDLING SECONDARY MATERIALS	9488.1993(01)	12/06/93
DISTILLATION OR FRACTIONATION COLUMN BOTTOMS FROM THE PRODUCTION OF CHLOROBENZENE	9441.1988(11)	04/21/88
HALOGEN ACID FURNACES AS INDUSTRIAL FURNACES OR BOILERS	9433.1986(16)	08/12/86
INDUSTRIAL FURNACE WHICH CEASES BURNING STATUS UNDER BIF REGULATION	9488.1991(02)	06/06/91
INDUSTRIAL FURNACES BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTES AND THE RESIDUALS GENERATED (LOUISIANA REG)	9494.1987(02)	04/15/87
PICKLE LIQUOR RECOVERY UNIT AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE	9432.1987(13)	11/10/87
REGULATORY DETERMINATION ON THB STATUS OF PRECIOUS METAL RECOVERY FURNACES	9496.1993(01) 12/27/93
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF A MOBILE MERCURY RETORTING PROCESS FOR MERCURY CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM NATURAL GAS PIPELINE METERS	9498.1993(03)	11/29/93
REGULATORY INTERPRETATIONS UNDER RCRA CONCERNING CERTAIN FUEL BLENDING SCENARIOS	9498.1994(12)	11/08/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF HAFs AND THE VCR PROCESS UNIT LOCATED AT BORDEN'S GEISMAR, LA FACILITY	9498.1993(02)	06/02/93
SITE-SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS AT COMBUSTION FACILITIES THAT ARE REGULATED UNDER RCRA	9498.1995(02)	11/30/95
SULFUR RECOVERY FURNACES ARE INDUSTRIAL FURNACES SUBJECT TO THE WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES	9432.1986(04)	01/21/86
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS BURNED IN CEMENT KILN, REGULATION OF	9494.1985103)	10/11/85
Maximum Achievable Control Technology IMACT) Standards
EPA RESPONSES TO CONCERNS RAISED ON TOE MAXIMUM ACHIEVABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY (MACT) STANDARDS FOR CEMENT KILNS
MAXIMUM ACHIEVABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY (MACT) RULEMAKING FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE COMBUSTORS
9498.1996(02}
9498.1996(04)
03/1S/96
04/10/96
POHCs
DEPARTMENT OF ARMY MUNITION DEACTIVATION POPPING FURNACE
GUIDANCE IN DESIGNATING POHCs
WATER-STRIPPED POHCa ON INCINERATOR ORE
9488.1987(03)
9488.1988(02)
9488.1985(07)
03/25/87
01/13/88
06/26/85
Scrubber Water
INTERPRETATION OF THE MIXTURE RULE EXEMPTION AS IT RELATES TO SCRUBBER WATER FROM THE INCINERATION OF CERTAIN SOLVENTS
WASTE CODES AND TREATMENT RESIDUES
9441.1994(16)
9554.1990(03)
06/10/94
03/07/90
System Removal Efficiency (SRE)
USE OF METAL SURROGATES IN COMPLYING WITH THE BOILER AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACE (BIF) RULE
9498.1995(01! 11/09/95
Trial Burn
ABILITY OF A HAZARDOUS WASTE BURNING BIF TO SPIKE METALS AND USE OF TEST DATA IN LIEU OF A TRIAL BURN
DELISTING ISSUES RELATING TO EPA'S MOBILE INCINERATOR
DIOXIN TRIAL BURNS FOR PURPOSES OF CERTIFICATION OR A RCRA PERMIT
EXISTING INCINERATORS AND DATA IN LIEU OF TRIAL BURN
GUIDANCE IN DESIGNATING POHCa
9498.1996(03)
9433.1986(20)
948B.00-1A
9523.1982(01)
9488.1908(02)
04/01/96
12/11/86
05/07/86
10/22/82
01/13/88

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GUIDANCE OH TRIAL BORN FAILURES
IMPACT OF DRAFT HAZARDOUS WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY ON OHIO'S REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF AIR REGULATIONS
INCINERATOR RESIDUES FROM TRIAL BURN
INCINERATOR TRIAL BURN SCHEDULES
TRIAL BURNS, Q&A REPORT
USE OF METAL SURROGATES IN COMPLYING WITH THE BOILER AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACE (BIP) RULE
Waste Burning
CLARIFICATION REGARDING SINGLE EMISSION POINT, MULTI-DEVICE COMBUSTION FACILITIES
INCINERATORS BURNING NON-HAZARDOUS HASTE
MINIMUM HEAT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS OF WASTE-DERIVED FUEL BLENDED FOR ENERGY RECOVER* IN BIFa
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF AUTOMATIC WASTE FEED CUTOFFS IN BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES
INCINERATOR RESIDUE
(See Incineration)
INCINERATORS
(See Incineration)
INCOMPLETE PART B'S
(See Permit Application)
INDUSTRIAL FURNACE
(See Incineration)
INSPECTIONS
(See Compliance)
INSURANCE
(See Financial Responsibility)
INTERIM AUTHORIZATION .
(See State Authorization)
INTERIM STATUS PROCESS
(See also Construction)
~EXISTING PORTION OF k LAND DISPOSAL UNIT, DEFINITION (260.10)
•EXISTING PORTION, DEFINITION AND HSWA IMPACT
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS - EXISTING VS. NEW TANK
•INTERIM STATUS FOR MILITARY FACILITIES OPEN BURNING AREA
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTION, DIOX1NS, AND 90-DAY ACCUMULATION
BIF RULE APPLIED TO NEWLY REGULATED UNITS AT INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE IN BOILERS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES 
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Change During Interim Status
•ADDITION OP A SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT TO AM EXISTING INTERIM STATUS FACILITY
•ADDITION OF NEH HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT
•CHANGES AT INTERIM STATUS TANK FACILITIES
•CHANGES DURING INTERIM STATUS - CORPORATE REORGANIZATION
•CHANGES DURING INTERIM STATUS - CORRECTION
•CHANGES IN INTERIM STATUS - SELLING PART OP A FACILITY
•CHANGES TO INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
•CHANGES TO INTERIM STATUS TANK FACILITIES
•CONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS - RECONSTRUCTION LIMIT WHERE SOME UNITS HAVE CLOSED
~CONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS WHERE ORIGINAL UNITS ARE CLOSED
~DELISTING OF K051 WASTE AT PETROLEUM REFINERY - EFFECT ON INTERIM STATUS
~INTERIM STATUS VS. PERMIT MODIFICATION FOR NEWLY REGULATED UNITS
•RECONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS
•RETROFITTING INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
CHANGES TO FACILITIES DURING INTERIM STATUS
CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW INCINERATOR WITH THE CHANGES DURING INTERIM STATUS
CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW LANDFILL CELL AND THE OMNIBUS PROVISION
CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER, REGULATORY STATUS OF
FACILITY CHANGES DURING INTERIM STATUS
FACILITY TRANSFER/RECONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS
IMPROVEMENTS TO SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS UNDER INTERIM STATUS
INTERIM STATUS EXPANSION TO ADD AN INCINERATOR
INTERIM STATUS OF PROPOSED LANDFILL CELLS
NEW WASTE STREAMS AT INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
NEWLY IDENTIFIED WASTE STREAMS AS A RESULT OF NEW TC
NEWLY REGULATED UNITS AT PERMITTED FACILITIES
PERMITTING UNITS CREATED FOR FACILITY CLOSURE
REDESIGNATION OF SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS AS LANDFILLS DURING INTERIM STATUS
SPENT FLUIDIZED BED MEDIA AND CHANGES UNDER INTERIM STATUS
TRANSPER OF A HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE OPERATION TO A NEW SITE
9528
9528
9528
9528
9528
9528
9528
9483
9528
9528
9433
9525
9528
9528
9528
9528
9528
9528
9528
9477
9528
9528
9487
9S28
9528
9528
9476
9528
9444
9528
.1985(01)
.1983<01>
.1987(09!
.1985(04)
.1988(051
.1987(16)
.1989(11)
.1988(16)
.1987(04)
.1987(03)
.1986(12)
.1989(01)
.1985(02)
.1988(03)
.1982(01)
.1986(07)
.1986(01)
.1987(02)
.1982(02)
.1986(01)
.1984(01)
.00-1
.1981(01)
.1990(01)
.1990(03)
.1986(04)
.1985(03)
.1988(02)
.1986(28)
.1986(03)
12/30/85
03/30/83
08/30/87
10/30/85
10/30/88
11/30/87
07/30/89
09/30/88
03/30/87
03/30/87
04/30/86
05/30/89
01/31/85
OS/30/88
05/28/82
09/19/86
03/03/84
03/11/87
07/20/82
01/03/86
09/10/84
11/25/87
03/12/81
04/02/90
07/11/90
01/30/86
09/11/85
05/11/88
12/05/86
03/03/86
Closure
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING - ASSESSMENT MONITORING/CORRECTIVE ACTION AT CLOSED INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
•LEASING OF PROPERTY PRIOR TO CLOSURE
3008(h) OF THE SOLID HASTE DISPOSAL ACT, INTERPRETATION OF
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROGRAM WITH REGARD TO TSD UNITS
DEADLINES APPLICABLE TO PROPOSED DELAY OF CLOSURE REGULATION, GUIDANCE
DEMONSTRATING EQUIVALENCE OF PART 265 CLEAN CLOSURE WITH PART 264 REQUIREMENTS
MUNITIONS REGULATED AS HAZARDOUS WASTES
NEUTRALIZATION SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, GROUNDWATER MONITORING FOR CLOSURE OF INTERIM-STATUS
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CLOSURE PLAN APPROVAL
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF OBJECTION TO CLEAN-CLOSURE EQUIVALENCY PETITION FOR STEEL ABRASIVES, INC.
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT CLOSURE, APPLICABILITY OF 3005(1) OF RCRA TO
9481
9528
9502
9480
9476
9476
9441
9484
9476
9476
9476
9476
.1988(02)
.1983(03)
.1985(09)
1996(01)
1988(04!
.00-18
.1990(23)
,1986(03)
,1985(04)
.1989(03)
,1990(01)
.1987(01)
04/30/88
09/30/83
12/16/85
02/20/96
05/31/88
OS/12/89
08/21/90
04/09/86
09/25/85
09/07/89
06/04/90
06/09/87
Corrective Action
•CORRECTIVE ACTION BEYOND INTERIM STATUS FACILITY BOUNDARY
•CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROGRAM WITH REGARD TO TSD UNITS
GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATED WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE LEACHATE
GUIDANCE ON HOW TO COORDINATE PERMIT 3004 (U) AND ORDER 3008(H) REQUIREMENTS FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION
INTERPRETATION OF RCRA REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE REMEDIATION OF CONTAMINATION
RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURES AND AUTHORITIES
RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
9502.
9484.
9480.
9441.
9502,
9502.
9502.
9502,
1996(01)
1986(07)
1996(01)
1986(83)
1989(04)
1989(03!
1986(02!
1987(05!
01/31/96
07/30/86
02/20/96
11/13/86
08/10/89
06/15/89
01/31/86
04/02/87


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loss of Interim Status
~APPEAL/RECOURSE PROCESS FOR PERMIT DENIAL	9521.1986(04a) 04/30/86
•CORRECTIVE ACTION AUTHORITY AT FACILITIES THAT LOSE INTERIM STATUS	9528.1987(01)	01/30/87
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING AT NEWLY REGULATED FACILITIES	9481.1992 (01!	04/30/92
•LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS	9528.1985(05)	10/31/85
•LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS - LAND DISPOSAL FACILITIES	9528.1985(03)	09/30/85
•OWNER/OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITY IF FACILITY'S INTERIM STATUS IS TERMINATED	9471,1984 (05)	12/30/84
•TREATMENT SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS LOSING INTERIM STATUS BECAUSE OF NON-COMPLIANCE WITH GWM AND FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 9470.1985(01)	02/28/85
•TSDF CLOSURE/POST-CLOSURE AFTER LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS	9476.1991(02)	10/01/91
CLOSURE OF A DOE SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT THAT LOST INTERIM STATUS	9484.1986(02}	04/02/88
ENFORCEMENT OF APPLICABLE RCRA REGULATIONS AT FACILITIES WITH PENDING DELISTING PETITIONS	9433.1987(14)	07/20/87
LOSS OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY COVERAGE ON INTERIM STATUS AND PERMIT ISSUANCE	9528.1985(09)	11/27/85
LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS FROM NEWLY IDENTIFIED TC WASTES	9528.1990(02)	07/11/90
PENALTIES FOR FAILURE TO SUBMIT A COMPLETE AND ADEQUATE PART B APPLICATION	9523.1984(10)	12/18/84
PERMITTING UNITS OR FACILITIES THAT HAVE LOST INTERIM STATUS	9528.1986(11)	12/10/86
RCRA 3001(f) (2) ib) AND STATES* EXCLUSION OF WASTES FROM REGULATION AS HAZARDOUS	9433.1986(09)	04/16/86
RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURES AND AUTHORITIES	9502.1986(02)	01/31/86
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS PROVISIONS AS IT APPLIES TO OB/OD FACILITIES	9528.1992(01)	10/15/92
STATE PROGRAM ADVISORY #2 - RCRA AUTHORIZATION TO REGULATE MIXED WASTE	9541.00-6	07/30/87
TEMPORARILY AND INFORMALLY DELISTED WASTES, REGULATORY STATUS	9433.1986(05)	02/24/86
Obtaining Interim Status
~BURNING AND BLENDING AND INTERIM STATUS
•CIRCUMSTANCES FOR OBTAINING INTERIM STATUS FOR UNITS AT AN INTERIM STATUS FACILITY
•INTERIM STATUS AND SQG
•INTERIM STATUS FOR RECEIVING SQG WASTE
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTION, DIOXINS, AND 90-DAY ACCUMULATION
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - STORAGE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
CALL-IN OF STORAGE AND TREATMENT APPLICATIONS
CEMENT KILN BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUELS DURING INTERIM STATUS
COMPLYING WITH RCRA INTERIM STATUS STANDARDS WHILE DEVELOPING A PERMIT APPLICATION
DETERMINATION ON WHETHER OR NOT A FACILITY QUALIFIED FOR INTERIM STATUS FOR ITS BOILERS UNDER THE BIF RULE
EXTENSION OF DEADLINE FOR PART A SUBMITTAL AND INTERIM STATUS APPLICABILITY FOR CEMENT KILNS
INTERIM STATUS QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS TO HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL STORAGE FACILITIES, APPLIED
INTERIM STATUS REQUIREMENTS FOR NRC LICENSEES MANAGING RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE, CLARIFICATION
INTERIM STATUS UNDER THE BIF RULE
MARKETING OR BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL, NOTIFICATION OF
MOBILE TREATMENT UNITS QUALIFIED FOR INTERIM STATUS
REGULATION OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE AT DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY FACILITIES
REQUIREMENT THAT STATE-PERMITTED HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITIES HAVE INTERIM STATUS
STATE AUTHORIZATION AND REGULATION OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES
STATE PROGRAM ADVISORY #2 - RCRA AUTHORIZATION TO REGULATE MIXED WASTE
USE OF PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED SOILS AS AN INGREDIENT IN ASPHALT BATCHING
9528
9522
9521
9528
9551
9551
9528
9528
9528
949®
9528
9528
9528
9528
9494
9528
9528
9542
9541
9541
9493
.1985(11)
.1984(01)
,1986(05a)
.1986(06)
,1987(04)
.1987(05)
.1988(06)
.1987(10)
.1986(09)
,1994(05)
.1987(12)
.1986(10)
.1989(13)
.1991(03)
,1986(01)
.1991(02)
.1987(14)
.1980(01)
.1987(04)
.00-6
.1991(02)
12/30/85
12/31/84
05/30/86
07/30/86
01/30/87
02/28/87
04/19/88
09/03/87
10/27/86
07/14/94
09/18/87
11/13/86
10/15/89
08/19/91
02/09/86
02/27/91
11/12/87
10/03/80
06/29/87
07/30/87
06/20/91
Protective Filers
~INTERIM STATUS PART A APPLICATION WITHDRAWL
LAND DISPOSAL OF UNTREATED HAZARDOUS WASTE
9453.1991(01)
9551.1990(04)
06/01/91
10/03/90
INVENTORY
(See Federal Facilities)
IRON FOUNDRY WASTE
XREF
/ /
(See Listed Hazardous Wastel
XREF
/ /

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IRON SPONGE
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
JOINT PERMITTING
{See State Authorization)
K-HASTES
(See Listed Hazardous Haste)
LABORATORY ANALYSIS
(See Analytic Methods)
LABORATORY HASTES
•LAB EXCLUSION, APPLICATION OF
•LAB SAMPLE
•LABORATORY AUDIT INSPECTION
•LABORATORY TESTING FOR DIOXIN
•SAMPLE EXCLUSION
CONTINUED LANDFILL DISPOSAL OF LAB PACKS
DIOXIN-CONTAINING LABORATORY WASTE WITH RADIOACTIVE PROPERTIES
LABORATORIES, RCRA REGULATION IMPACT
LABORATORY WASTE EXCLUSION
LABORATORY HASTES (INCLUDING CARCASSES, BEDDING, CAGES) CONTAINING DIOXIN
LDR RULES REGARDING ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR LAB PACKS
PROPER DISPOSAL OF SILVER NITRATE AND CHLOROFORM AS LABORATORY CHEMICALS
REGULATION AND PERMITTING OF LABORATORIES
REGULATORY STATUS OF LABORATORY WASTEWATER
SEDIMENT SAMPLE DISPOSAL
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR REGULATIONS APPLICABILITY TO LABORATORIES
SPECIAL MATERIALS DISPOSED OF IN LANDFILLS: BATTERIES, CAPACITORS, LAB PACKS
TEST SAMPLES. EXCLUSION FROM HAZARDOUS HASTE
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS FINAL RULE
LAND BAN
(See Land Disposal Restrictions)
LAND DISPOSAL
(See Land Disposal Facilities)
LAND DISPOSAL BAN
(See Land Disposal Restrictions)
LAND DISPOSAL FACILITIES
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9441,
9441.
9431,
9441.
9441.
9487,
9441.
9441.
9441.
9444.
95S4.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9487.
9431.
9SS1.
9551.
1984(22)
1985(12a)
1987(03)
1985(11)
1990(13e)
1985(02)
1985(26)
1990(32)
1985(03)
1986(30)
1990(13)
1993(01)
1988(391
1992(01!
1989(12)
1985(34)
1986(13)
1989(03)
1990(15)
1991(13)
XREF
XREF
XREF
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
07/31/84
04/30/85
07/30/87
03/30/85
05/31/90
05/10/85
07/05/85
11/28/90
07/31/85
12/10/86
11/20/90
02/23/93
08/30/88
01/15/92
03/31/89
10/31/85
12/31/86
06/05/89
12/20/90
12/20/91
/ /
/ /
/ /
(See also Closure Process, Post-Closure, Minimum Technological Requirements, Land Disposal Restrictions, Surface Impoundment)	XREF	/ /
•COMPLIANCE TO DETECTION GROUNDWATER MONITORING. CHANGE FROM	9481.1985(06) 12/30/85
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING: ESTABLISHING BACKGROUND VALUES	9481.1986(04) 07/30/86

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•LINERS AND LEAK DETECTION SYSTEMS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS, SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, AND WASTE PILES	9464.1992(01!
•MULT I SOURCE LEACHATB (F039) BASTE CODE AS IT APPLIES TO CONTAMINATION FROM SPILLS	9444.1991(06)
•TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE PART B PERMIT APPLICATION DEADLINES	9S01.1990(01)
•TREATMENT SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS LOSING INTERIM STATUS BECAUSE OF NON-COMPLIANCE WITH GWM AND FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 9470.1985(01)
COMBINED NRC-EPA SITING GUIDELINES FOR DISPOSAL OF COMMERCIAL MIXED LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE	9480.00-14
DENIAL OF RCRA OPERATING PERMITS	9523.00-U
GRAY IRON FOUNDRY WASTE DISPOSAL	9486.1981(01)
LAND DISPOSAL FACILITIES NOT ON A PERMITTING OR CLOSURE SCHEDULE	9501.1987(01)
LAND DISPOSAL UNIT CLOSURE CLARIFICATION OF PROPOSED AND PROMULGATED RULES	9476.1985(05)
LOSS OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY COVERAGE ON INTERIM STATUS AND PERMIT ISSUANCE	9528.1985(09)
PHYSICAL COMPLIANCE IN GROUNDWATER MONITORING, DEFINITION	9481.1985(04)
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS	9476.1985(04)
RCRA 3001(f) (2) (b) AND STATES' EXCLUSION OF HASTES FROM REGULATION AS HAZARDOUS	9433.1986(09)
RCRA FACILITY ASSESSMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION	9502.00-4
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS	9523.00-14
VERTICAL EXPANSION AT U.S. ECOLOGY'S TRENCH 10, BEATTY, NEVADA FACILITY	9487.00-9
VULNERABLE HYDROGEOLOGY GUIDANCE CRITERIA	9481.1987(03)
Gas Condensate
LANDFILL GAS CONDENSATE, REGULATION OF
Geologic Repositories
PERMITS FOR PLACEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN UNDERGROUND SALT MINES
Land Disposal
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - STORAGE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE	9551.1987(05)
•LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS - LAND DISPOSAL FACILITIES	9528.1985(03)
ABOVE-GROUND LAND EMPLACEMENT FACILITIES, N.J. LAW	9487.1986(04)
CLARIFICATION OF "ACTIVE MANAGEMENT" IN CLOSING WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES (SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS)	9484.1994(01)
COPPER PLATING SOLUTION REACTED WITH A CHELATING AGENT TO PRODUCE A COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER	9493.1986(01)
EFFECT OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS ON PERMITS	9551.1986(15!
EFFECTS OF THE SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR RULE ON VARIOUS GENERATOR WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES	9451.1986(01)
EXEMPTION FOR COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS ONCE THE FERTILIZER IS PRODUCED	9493.1986(031
HSWA MINIMUM TECH REQUIREMENTS FOR LINERS AND LEACHATE COLLECTION SYSTEMS	9480.1985(01)
INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISPOSAL IN PROXIMITY TO WETLANDS	9551.1990(01)
INTERPRETATION OF 40 CFR 268.7 REQUIREMENTS	9554.1988(03)
LAND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTES - USE OF NUCLEAR TEST SITES	9480.1984(01)
LAND DISPOSAL PERMIT STRATEGY	9501.1982(02)
LINER/LEACHATE COLLECTION SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY	9487.1986(10)
LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS FROM NEWLY IDENTIFIED TC WASTES	9528.1990(02)
MIXED WASTE DISPOSAL FROM RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS	9554.1988 (04)
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS	9521.1985(01)
POTENTIAL LIABILITY OF DISPOSAL FACILITIES WHEN DISPOSING OF CONTAMINATED DEBRIS	94 77.1993(01)
RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURES AND AUTHORITIES	9502.1986(02)
RECYCLED CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE SLUDGES	9441.1985(39)
REGULATORY STATUS OF SHELL OIL'S NORCO, LOUISIANA FACILITY DITCH SYSTEM	9432.1994(01)
WASTE ACID AS WASTEWATER CONDITIONER AND AS INGREDIENT IN FERTILIZER	9441.1986(80)
07/31/92
11/01/91
07/31/90
02/28/85
03/13/87
12/10/86
06/18/81
09/17/87
12/13/85
11/27/85
10/30/85
09/25/85
04/16/86
08/21/86
03/14/86
02/10/88
06/03/87
9441.1985(01) 01/11/85
9472.1986(04) 06/04/86
02/28/87
09/30/85
03/26/86
04/06/94
01/22/86
09/15/86
03/17/86
08/21/86
04/01/85
05/09/90
05/13/88
06/12/84
12/29/82
08/07/86
07/11/90
06/13/88
09/25/85
10/04/93
01/31/86
11/25/85
02/01/94
10/20/86
Land Treatment
•LAND TREATMENT	9486.1987(01)	07/30/87
~WASTE STORAGE IN A WASTE PILE	9485.1984(01)	11/30/84
BULK LIQUIDS AND DRAIN/LEACHING FIELDS	9487.1986(09)	06/12/86
CLARIFICATION OF "ACTIVE MANAGEMENT" IN CLOSING WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES	(SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS) 9484.1994(01)	04/06/94
CLARIFICATION ON DISPOSAL OF SORBED MATERIALS IN HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS AND ON POZZOLANIC STABILIZATION OF SORBED MATERIALS	9487.1993(01)	10/15/93
CLOSURE STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LAND TREATMENT UNITS	9476.1991(01)	05/02/91
DEGRADATION, TRANSFORMATION OR IMMOBILIZATION IN TREATMENT ZONE	9486.1990(01)	04/27/90
DRAINAGE VATER BENEATH LAND TREATMENT UNITS AT OIL REFINERIES	9486.1988(01)	01/02/88

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INITIAL SOIL SURFACE TERM DEFINED IN LAND TREATMENT REGULATIONS
LAND TREATMENT UNITS, DEPTH TO HATER TABLE REQUIRMENT
LEACHATE AND PRECIPITATION RUN-OFF AT LFs, HASTE PILES, AND LT UNITS, HAZARDOUS HASTE FROM MIXTURE OF
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR AMOCO REFINERY
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ARCO PRODUCTS, HA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ATLANTIC REPINING I MARKETING, PA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR CONOCO, MT
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR EXXON, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KERR-MCGEE REFINING, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH REFINING, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH'S REPINING, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR MARATHON PETROLEUM, IL
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ROBINSON, IL
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SHELL OIL, WA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SINCLAIR OIL, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR STAR ENTERPRISE, DE
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SON REFINING, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR TEXACO, MA
POSTPONEMENT OF A LAND TREATMENT DEMONSTRATION FOR NAVAJO REFINING CO., ARTESIA, NM
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT! COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM iPAT) COMMENTS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS/LAND TREATMENT UNITS REGULATION IF ASSOCIATED NUT SLUDGES ARE LISTED
Landfill
~EXISTING UNITS AND MINIMUM TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE
•LANDFILLS WITH EP TOXIC LEACHATE, REGULATION OF
•NON-HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS BAN
ABOVE-GROUND LAND EMPLACEMENT FACILITIES, N.J. LAW
ABSORBENTS FOR CONTAINERIZED LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTES, USE OF
BAN ON DISPOSAL OF LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS
BAN ON USE OF LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS
BULK LIQUID HAZARDOUS HASTE SOLIDIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
BULK LIQUIDS AND DRAIN/LEACHING FIELDS
CLARIFICATION ON DISPOSAL OF SORBED MATERIALS IN HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS AND ON POZZOLANIC STABILIZATION OF SORBED MATERIALS
CLOSURE PLAN FOR THE HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE UNITS AT VERTAC'S SHUTDOWN MANUFACTURING PLANT
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
CONTAINERIZED AND BULK HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS IN RCRA LANDFILLS
CONTINUED LANDFILL DISPOSAL OF LAB PACKS
DRY TOLUENE AND CARBON TETRACHLORIDE, SAFE DISPOSAL OF
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES - LEACHATE LEVELS
LAND DISPOSAL UNIT CLOSURE CLARIFICATION OF PROPOSED AND PROMULGATED RULES
LEACHATE AND PRECIPITATION RUN-OFF AT LFa, WASTE PILES, AND LT UNITS, HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM MIXTURE OF
LINER/LEACHATE COLLECTION SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY
LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTES IN LANDFILLS
PCB-CONTAMINATED WASTES, STABILIZATION OF
POST-CLOSURE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS (ARMCO STEEL)
PROHIBITION ON PLACING LIQUIDS IN LANDFILL
PROHIBITION ON THE PLACEMENT OF BULK LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTE IN LANDFILLS - STATUTORY INTERPRETIVE GUIDANCE
REDESIGNATION OF SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS AS LANDFILLS DURING INTERIM STATUS
RESIDUES FROM MUNICIPAL WASTE RESOURCE RECOVERY FACILITIES
SAMPLING PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION FOR WASTES IN LANDFILL TRENCHES
SPECIAL MATERIALS DISPOSED OF IN LANDFILLS: BATTERIES, CAPACITORS, LAB PACKS
STANDARDS AGAINST WHICH 3004 ) (21 EQUIVALENCY PETITION SHOULD BE COMPARED - DOUBLE LINER
SUBSURFACE FATE AMD TRANSPORT MODEL
SUMMARY OP ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT! COWiENTS
9486.
9486.
9441.
9551.
9551.
9551,
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551,
9551,
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551,
9551.
9551.
9524.
9523.
9523.
9480.
9487
9476
9487
9487
9487
9487
9487
9487
9487
9487
9487
9488
9476
9487
9487
9451
9441
9476
9441
9487
9487
9487
9522
9487
9487
9528
9487
9433
9487
9487
9431
9523
9523
1988(02)
1986(03)
1984(37)
1990(13)
1990(08)
1991(06)
1991(09)
1991(03)
1991(05)
1991(12)
1991(01)
1990(09)
1991(14)
1990(11)
1990(12)
1990(10)
1991(02)
1991(08)
1989(03)
00-12
00-15
1985(02)
.1986(14)
1986(02)
.1984(04)
1985(06)
.1986(04)
1985(05)
1985(03)
1986(07)
1987(01)
1986(09)
1993(01)
1987(01)
.00-12
,1986(12)
,1985(02)
.1986(06)
.1986(03)
.1985(05)
.1984(37)
.1986(10)
.1985(04)
,1988(01)
.1986(03)
.1985(10)
,00-2A
.1988(02)
.1986(08)
.1986(21)
.1986(13)
.1986(11)
.1991(01)
,00-17
,00-12
04/11/88
07/15/86
11/14/84
11/08/90
10/24/90
04/22/91
05/29/91
01/29/91
02/05/91
12/10/91
01/03/91
11/06/90
05/01/91
11/07/90
11/08/90
11/07/90
01/17/91
05/29/91
03/23/89
03/30/87
03/30/88
07/17/85
12/30/86
09/30/86
08/30/84
09/30/85
03/26/86
09/20/85
05/29/85
04/27/86
01/20/87
06/12/86
10/15/93
02/09/87
02/02/88
12/30/86
05/10/85
12/15/86
01/07/86
12/13/85
11/14/84
08/07/86
08/07/85
02/03/88
11/20/86
12/05/85
06/11/86
05/11/88
05/27/86
12/13/86
12/31/86
12/04/86
03/26/91
09/02/88
03/30/87

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TEL GASOLINE SLUDGE DISPOSAL
9553.1989(01) 07/28/89
Landfill Gas
GASEOUS EMISSIONS FROM LANDFILLS
9487.1986(03) 03/06/86
Waste Piles
•CLEAN CLOSURE OF INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT AND WASTE PILE
•WASTE PILE LINERS - MTR (264.251)
~WASTE STORAGE IN A WASTE PILE
ADJACENT WASTE PILES INTO REGULATED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT, PLACEMENT OF (CIBA-GEIGY)
INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS & CLEAN CLOSED WASTE PILES, CODIFICATION RULE 12/01/87
LEACHATE AND PRECIPITATION RUN-OFF AT LFs, WASTE PILES, AND LT UNITS, HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM MIXTURE OF
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
THREE AND FOUR-SIDED, FLOORED STRUCTURES, REGULATORY CLASSIFICATION OF
WASTE PILES AND POST-CLOSURE PERMITS, APPLICATION OF NOVEMBER 1988 DEADLINE TO
9522
9485
9485
9484
9522
9441
9523
9432
9501
.1988(01)
.1985(01)
.1984(01)
.1987(06)
.1988(05)
.1984(37)
.00-12
.1987(02)
.1985(01)
02/28/88
03/30/85
11/30/84
06/26/87
11/30/83
11/14/84
03/30/87
04/02/87
10/01/85
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
~CHANGES TO INTERIM STATUS TANK FACILITIES
~EMPTY CONTAINERS
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTION
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS DEFINITIONS
~PROHIBITION ON STORAGE OF RESTRICTED WASTES
APPLICABILITY OF "SUPERFUND LDR GUIDES"
APPLICABILITY OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO THE WASTE CODE CARRY THROUGH PRINCIPLE
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ASPECTS OF 40 CFR 268 DEBRIS REGULATIONS
CLARIFICATION OF NEWLY LISTED WASTES AND HAZARDOUS DEBRIS
CONOCO PART B PERMITS
LAB PACKS - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS ASPECTS
LAND BAN ISSUES - 1988 UPDATE
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS APPLIED TO EXPORTED WASTES
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS CLARIFICATIONS
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS EFFECT ON PERMITS
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS WASTE IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ORGANIC HAZARDOUS WASTES
LEAD SHEILDING FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE IS A RCRA SOLID WASTE
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR DISPOSAL IN SALT DOMES
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE GEAR DISPOSAL
RCRA POLICY STATEMENT: LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS' DILUTION PROHIBITION AND COMBUSTION OF INORGANIC METAL-BEARING HAZARDOUS WASTES
RECYCLABLE MATERIALS WHERE PRECIOUS METALS ARE RECLAIMED
REGULATIONS FOR DISPOSAL OF CERAMIC MATERIALS
SHAM INCINERATION AND TREATMENT OF K048-K052 WASTES IN CEMENT KILNS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES
BDAT
~REINJECTED GROUNDWATER RESULTING FROM CORRECTIVE ACTION TREATMENT
~TREATMENT STANDARDS - BDAT
APPLICABLE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO REINJECTION OF TREATED CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER UNDER CERCLA AND RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
CLARIFICATION ON THE APPLICABILITY OF THE DEBRIS STANDARDS TO P078 WASTES •
DETERMINATION OF EQUIVALENT TREATMENT (DET) FOR 8 OF THE WASTE CODES FROM A TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (TDI) TREATABILITY GROUP
DETERMINATION OF EQUIVALENT TREATMENT FOR METAL RECOVERY
PERFORMANCE AND SAFE APPLICABILITY OF COLD-MIX TECHNOLOGIES AND BIOREMED1ATION FOR PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED SITES
PLACEMENT OF STABILIZED WASTES THAT DO NOT MEET LAND RESTRICTION REQUIREMENTS
PROPOSED BEST DEMONSTRATED AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGY (BDAT) FOR K061 WASTE
TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT FOR BDAT
TEL GASOLINE SLUDGE DISPOSAL
TREATMENT STANDARD FOR K106 (LOW MERCURY SUBCATEGORY) NON-WASTEWATER RESIDUES FROM RETORTING/ROASTING (RMERC) UNITS
xre£
9483
9441
9541
9551
9453
9551
9551
9551
9554
9553
9551
9551
9551
9551
9522
9551
9444
9489
9441
9551
9551
9441
9494
9554
9554
9554
9554
9554
9554
9502
9554
9441
9553
9553
9554
.1988(16)
.1986(98)
.1987(10)
.1986(23)
.1986(06)
.1991(15)
.1993(03)
.1994(01)
.1992(01)
.1990(01)
.1990(02)
.1988(08)
.1991(07)
.1987(01)
.00-1
.1994(02)
.1991(02)
.1991(05)
.1990(15)
.01-01
.1989(03)
.1992(22)
.1991(02)
.1991(03)
.1986(04)
.1989(05)
.1994(01)
.1994(06)
.1992(02)
.1996(03)
.1989(02)
.1988(06)
.1986(04)
.1989(01)
.1994(04)
/ /
09/30/88
12/31/86
12/30/87
12/30/86
11/30/86
01/07/91
08/18/93
10/06/94
11/05/92
05/11/90
08/08/90
06/16/88
04/23/91
01/20/87
09/15/87
12/05/94
04/30/91
02/22/91
06/14/90
05/23/94
12/20/89
07/21/92
03/29/91
04/01/91
12/30/86
12/20/89
01/04/94
10/24/94
12/04/92
04/24/96
05/05/89
03/09/88
12/30/86
07/28/89
07/14/94

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Bulk Liquids
~STORAGE PRIOR TO RECYCLING	9475.1987(011	04/30/87
APPLICABILITY or THE PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST TO SORBENTS	9443.1993 COS!	10/12/93
BULK LIQUID HAZARDOUS HASTE SOLIDIFICATION REQUIREMENTS	9487.19871011	01/20/87
CLARIFICATION ON DISPOSAL OF SORBED MATERIALS IN HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS AND ON POZZOLAWIC STABILIZATION OF SORBED MATERIALS	9487.1993 <011	10/15/93
CONTAINERIZED AND BULK HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS IN RCRA LANDFILLS	9487.1986 (12)	12/30/86
DISPOSAL OF SORBED LIQUIDS, PARTICULARLY "BIODEGRADABLE- SORBENTS IN WASTES DESTINED FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS	9551.1993(02)	05/05/93
PCB-CONTAMINATED WASTES, STABILIZATION OF	9487.1998(01)	02/03/88
PROHIBITION ON PLACING LIQUIDS IN LANDFILL	9487.1985(10)	12/05/85
PROHIBITION ON THE PLACEMENT OF BULK LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTE IN LANDFILLS - STATUTORY INTERPRETIVE GUIDANCE	9487.00-2A	06/11/86
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF LIQUIDS AND ABSORBENT MATERIALS CONTAINING LIQUIDS	9551.1993(04)	11/17/93
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS	9523.00-14	03/14/86
CALIFORNIA LIST
CALIFORNIA LIST
HALOGENATED ORGANIC CARBONS
POINT OF GENERATION
California List
•CALIFORNIA LIST
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
~MIXED WASTE AND LAND BAN
APPROPRIATE TREATMENT METHODS FOR ELEMENTAL MERCURY
CALIFORNIA LIST HOC LAND BAN REGULATIONS
CALIFORNIA LIST LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS ARE APPLICABLE TO LIQUID WASTES
CALIFORNIA LIST LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS, EPA's IMPLEMENTATION OF
CALIFORNIA LIST PROHIBITIONS APPLICABILITY AFTER THIRD THIRD RULE
COMPLIANCE WITH CALIFORNIA LIST FINAL RULE
HAZARDOUS WASTES CONTAINING HALOGENATED ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (HOCa)
PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST USED TO DETERMINE COMPLIANCE WITH THE CALIFORNIA LIST RESTRICTIONS
RESTRICTED WASTE DEFINITION
SOLIDIFICATION OF CALIFORNIA LIST LIQUID WASTES AND THE DILUTION PROHIBITION
TESTING REQUIREMENTS AND SOLIDIFICATION ISSUES UNDER LAND DISPOSAL REQUIREMENTS
9554.
9551.
9553.
9553.
9554.
9551.
9553.
9554.
9553.
9553.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9553.
9551.
9551.
9551.
1987(03)
1987(09)
1987 (13a)
1987(13)
1989(03)
1989(02)
1987(16)
1989(04)
1987(09)
1987(14)
1991(11)
1987(21)
1989(01)
1987(15)
1987(16)
1987 (23)
1988(01)
07/30/87
03/30/87
09/30/87
09/30/87
10/30/89
03/30/89
11/18/87
11/28/89
09/18/87
10/15/87
09/27/91
10/28/87
01/06/89
12/03/87
09/04/87
11/13/87
05/05/88
Caae-by-Case Extension
•FLUORESCENT LIGHT BULBS AS DEBRIS
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTION, DIOXINS, AND 90-DAY ACCUMULATION
~SOIL CASE-BY-CASE EXTENSION
CASE-BY-CASE EXTENSION PETITION, INFORMATION REQUIRED
CASE-BY-CASE EXTENSION UNDER THE LAUD DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS, INFORMATION REQUIRED
EXTENSION OF APPLICABLE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
EXTENSIONS TO STORAGE PROHIBITION AND LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
GENERATOR REQUEST FOR EXEMPTION FROM OR EXTENSION OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
HAZARDOUS DEBRIS CASE-BY-CASE CAPACITY VARIANCE RENEWAL
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS FOR SOLVENTS AND DIOXINS, EXEMPTIONS TO
SOLVENT-CONTAINING WASTE SOLIDIFIED WITH VERMICULITE
9551.
9551.
9551,
9551,
9551,
9551.
9555.
9551.
9553,
9553,
9551,
1992(02)
1987(04)
1993(01)
1987(14)
1986(11)
1988(09)
1987(01!
1987(12)
1993(01)
1987(02)
1987(06)
09/30/92
01/30/87
01/31/93
07/16/87
08/11/86
08/11/88
10/02/87
06/26/87
06/06/93
01/13/87
03/10/87
Free Liquids
•LIQUIDS AND FREE LIQUIDS, DEFINITION OF
~THE LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS PROHIBITION AND SORBED FREE LIQUIDS
BAN ON USE OF LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS
BULK LIQUIDS AND DRAIN/LEACHING FIELDS
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF TREATED WASTES - USE OF SH-846 METHODS, WASTE IDENTIFICATION
CONTAINERIZED AND BULK HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS IN RCRA LANDFILLS
LIQUID WASTE, DEFINITION OF
PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST USED TO DETERMINE COMPLIANCE WITH THE CALIFORNIA LIST RESTRICTIONS
PERFORMANCE AND PERMITTING STANDARDS IN 3004 (b) , PROHIBITION OP PLACEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN SALT DOMES
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF LIQUIDS AND ABSORBENT MATERIALS CONTAINING LIQUIDS
SOLIDIFICATION OF CALIFORNIA LIST LIQUID WASTES AND THE DILUTION PROHIBITION
9432,
9487,
9487,
9487,
9445.
9487,
9432.
9553.
9489,
9551.
9551.
1985(03)
1995(01)
1986(07)
1986(09)
1987(03a)
1986(12!
1981(01)
1987(15)
1985(01!
1993(04)
1987(23)
05/30/85
01/31/95
04/27/86
06/12/86
11/17/87
12/30/86
06/28/81
12/03/87
09/20/85
11/17/93
11/13/87

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HASTE AS LIQUID OR SOLID, DETERMINATION OF
9445.1984(06) 07/30/84
Land Disposal Ban
~LAND DISPOSAL BAN - TRACES OF NATURALLY OCCURRING BENZENE AND TOLUENE
•LAND DISPOSAL BAN OF SOLVENTS
'LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - SOLVENT AND DIOXIN WASTES
•NON-HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS BAN
•ONE-TIME NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENT UNDER 268.7(a)(6)
•STORAGE OF RESTRICTED WASTES
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO CERCLA RESPONSE ACTIONS
APPROPRIATE TREATMENT METHODS FOR ELEMENTAL MERCURY
DRY CLEANING CARTRIDGE FILTERS, DISPOSAL OF
LAND DISPOSAL PROHIBITION RULE FOR SOLVENTS
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS EFFECT ON STORAGE/DISPOSAL OF COWERCIAL MIXED WASTE
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS ON THE METAL FINISHING INDUSTRY
PERMITTING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS AFFECTING COMPLIANCE WITH LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
RISK-BASED METHODOLOGIES ON LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
SMALL-VOLUME MIXED WASTE LABORATORY GENERATED MATERIALS AND LEAD
THERMAL TREATMENT UNITS, SCOPE OF SUBPART X
9553.
9551.
9553.
9487.
9551.
9551.
9553.
9553.
9553.
9553.
9555.
9554.
9502,
9551.
9551.
9489,
1986(02)
1986(03)
1988(01)
1985(06)
1992(01)
1986(24)
1989(02)
1987(16)
1986(03)
1987(12)
00-01
1987(02)
1986(11)
1986(07)
1988(07)
1988(01)
04/30/86
02/28/86
02/28/88
09/30/85
07/31/92
12/30/86
11/13/89
11/18/67
12/11/86
08/10/87
09/28/90
02/03/87
06/16/86
06/19/86
06/13/88
05/18/88
National Variance
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - 1% NATIONAL VARIANCE (SOLVENTS)
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - SOLVENT AND DIOXIN WASTES
~LDR REQUIREMENTS DURING NATIONAL CAPACITY VARIANCE
•VARIANCES TO BAN - EFFECTIVE DATES FOR SOLVENTS AND DIOXINS
ASBESTOS/LEAD/SOIL/DEBRIS AS INORGANIC SOLID DEBRIS
MULTI-SOURCE LEACHATE AND TREATMENT STANDARDS OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
NATIONAL CAPACITY VARIANCE FOR INORGANIC SOLIDS DEBRIS
NON-APPLICABILITY OF THE LESS-THAN-1V EXTENSION TO TREATMENT RESIDUALS
PROCESS WASTEWATER FROM METAL DECREASING OPERATIONS
RESIDUALS FROM TREATMENT OP RESTRICTED WASTES NOT COVERED BY LESS-THAN-1% SOLVENT EXTENSION
SOLVENT-BEARING WASTEWATER, SLUDGE, AND BRINE TREATED AND STORED IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
WASTES GENERATED IN MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNIT NOT SUBJECT TO LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS UNTIL REMOVED
9551
9553
9551
9551
9551
9554
9551
9553
9553
9553
9553
9441
1987(24)
1988(01)
.1990(16)
1986 (22)
1990(141
1990(08)
.1990(07)
1987(11)
.1988(02)
.1987(07)
,1987(01)
.1987(53)
11/30/87
02/28/88
12/01/90
12/30/86
12/11/90
07/31/90
10/14/90
07/16/87
03/08/88
04/27/87
01/12/87
06/29/87
No-Migration Variance
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS VARIANCES
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS: DISPOSAL OF WASTES GRANTED A VARIANCE
APPLICABILITY OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO WIPP-DESTINED TRANSURANIC MIXED WASTE
CONCRETE LINERS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEMS
CONOCO'S NO-MIGRATION PETITION DENIAL
DRAINAGE WATER BENEATH LAND TREATMENT UNITS - NO MIGRATION PETITIONS
DRAINAGE WATER BENEATH LAND TREATMENT UNITS AT OIL REFINERIES
LAND DISPOSAL OF UNTREATED HAZARDOUS WASTE
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR AMOCO REFINERY
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ARCO PRODUCTS, WA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR CONOCO, MT
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR EXXON, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KERR-MCGEE REFINING, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH REFINING, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH'S REFINING, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR MARATHON PETROLEUM, IL
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ROBINSON, IL
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SHELL OIL, WA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SINCLAIR OIL, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR STAR ENTERPRISE, DE
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SUN REFINING, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR TEXACO, WA
9551.
9551.
9489.
9483.
9433.
9551.
9486.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9S51.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551,
9551.
9551,
9551,
9551,
1986(19)
1988(05)
1996(01)
1988(04)
1990(04)
1988(15)
1988(01)
1990(04)
1990(13)
1990(08)
1991(09)
1991(03)
1991(05)
1991(12)
1991(01)
1990	t09)
1991	(14)
1990(11)
1990(12)
1990(10)
1991(02)
1991(08)
10/30/86
05/30/88
02/08/96
03/16/88
09/24/90
01/21/88
01/02/88
10/03/90
11/08/90
10/24/90
05/29/91
01/29/91
02/05/91
12/10/91
01/03/91
11/06/90
05/01/91
11/07/90
11/08/90
11/07/90
01/17/91
05/29/91

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PLACEMENT OF STABILIZED WASTES THAT DO NOT MEET LAND RESTRICTION REQUIREMENTS
STANDARDS FOR AIR PATHWAY FOR METALS AND ORGANIC CHEMICALS
THE EFFECT OF AN UPCOMING RULE ON NONHAZARDOUS UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL HELLS AND ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS
Notification
•EXPORT OF RESTRICTED WASTE
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - CORROSIVE HASTE
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS
•ONE-TIME NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENT UNDER 268.7(a) (6)
~SOFT HAMMER CERTIFICATIONS/DEMONSTRATIONS
CLARIFICATION OF THE LDR PHASE II REGULATION THAT APPEARED IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER ON SEPTEMBER 19, 1994
DISPOSAL FACILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS CERTIFICATION
DOES THE UNIVERSAL WASTE FINAL RULE SUBJECT CERTAIN HASTE TYPES TO SUBSTANTIVE HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS
INTERPRETATION OF 40 CFR 268.7 REQUIREMENTS
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TESTING AND RECORD KEEPING REQUIREMENTS
NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENT WHEN SHIPPING RESTRICTED WASTES TO A STORAGE FACILITY
ON-SITE TREATMENT OF MANHOLE SEDIMENT WHICH MAY EXCEED THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC FOR LEAD
RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS FOR SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS SUBJECT TO LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
SHAM RECYCLING POLICY AS IT PERTAINS TO THE BOILER AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACE RULE
THIRD THIRD LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS FINAL RULE
Treatment Standard#
~AMENDMENTS TO PART 262 HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION AND RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS
~CALIFORNIA LIST
~CLASSIFICATION OF LEACHATE CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER
~DEFINITION OF FORMERLY BEVILL EXEMPT WASTE
•DILUTION OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTED WASTE
•DILUTION TO MEET TREATMENT STANDARDS
•F001-F005 WASTEWATER DEFINITION
•FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON COMPLIANCE WITH PART 268 LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TREATMENT STANDARDS
•LAB PACKS - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
•LAND DISPOSAL PROHIBITION
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - FIRST THIRD
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - HALOGENATED ORGANIC CARBONS
•METHANOL TREATMENT STANDARDS
•POINT OF GENERATION - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
•PRETRBATMENT OF CHARACTERISTIC WASTES SUBJECT TO LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
•SOFT HAMMER CERTIFICATIONS/DEMONSTRATIONS
•SW-846 TEST METHODS
•THE LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS PROHIBITION AND SORBED FREE LIQUIDS
~TREATED WASTES - MAXIMUM CONCENTRATIONS
~VARIANCE FROM A TREATMENT STANDARD
ACCEPTABILITY UNDER THE RCRA LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS OF TWO METHODS OF MACROENCAPSULATION FOR MIXED WASTES AT ROCKY FLATS
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA TO VARIOUS PRODUCTS (E.G., CLINKER, FERTILIZER) PRODUCED BY A CEMENT KILN EQUIPPED WITH A RECOVERY SCRUBBER
APPLICABLE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO REINJECTION OF TREATED CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER UNDER CERCLA AND RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
AUTHORIZATION OF STATE PROGRAMS TO IMPLEMENT LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS PROGRAMS
BIAS CORRECTION APPLIED TO THE TCLP
CADMIUM WASTES FROM MILITARY COATING MATERIALS
CALIFORNIA LIST HOC LAND BAN REGULATIONS
CERTIFICATION/NOTIFICATION FOR MULTIPLE-CONSTITUENT WASTES SUBJECT TO LDRs
CLARIFICATION OF THE "MIXTURE RULE," THE "CONTAINED-IN" POLICY. LDR ISSUES. AND "POINT OF GENERATION" FOR U096
CLARIFICATION OF THE LDR PHASE II REGULATION THAT APPEARED IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER ON SEPTEMBER 19, 1994
CLARIFICATION OF THE RCRA "CONTAINED-IN" POLICY
CLARIFICATION ON THE APPLICABILITY OF THE DEBRIS STANDARDS TO P078 WASTES
CLARIFICATION ON: MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER,- F003, F005, D001; WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING,- AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC
CONTAMINATED SOIL AND DEBRIS TREATED REPLACEMENT UNDER A TREATABILITY VARIANCE
D001 CHARACTERISTIC HASTES - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
9554.1989(02)
9551.1991(04)
9554.1994(02)
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9593.
9554.
9551,
9551.
9553.
9454.
9494.
9551.
9451.
9554.
9554.
9441.
9551.
9554.
9441.
9551.
9554.
9551.
9551.
9553.
9554.
9554.
9551.
9551.
95S4.
9487.
9554.
9433.
9554.
9441.
9554.
9541.
9442.
9441.
9554.
95S1.
9551.
9551.
9441.
9554.
9441.
9551.
9554.
1987(22)
1987(19)
1988(04)
1992(01)
1988(13)
1995(01)
1987(07)
1996(01)
1988(03)
1988(03)
1987(20)
1994(01)
1994(01)
1994(03)
1991(13)
1991(02)
1987(03)
1991(02)
1995(12)
1988(02)
1986(05)
1990(18)
1996(02)
1990(01)
1986(08)
1988(10)
1987(13)
1990(04)
1990(12)
1990(03)
1988(13)
1991(04)
1995(01)
1986(03)
1986(24)
1994(03)
1994(14)
1989(05)
1986(13)
1990(02)
1990(11)
1989(04)
1991(10)
1996(01)
1995(01)
1995(32)
1994(01)
1994(26)
1990(05)
1990(02)
05/05/89
01/30/91
01/05/94
10/31/87
09/30/87
05/30/88
07/31/92
11/30/88
02/10/95
03/10/87
04/17/96
05/13/88
05/13/88
10/28/87
06/23/94
05/09/94
06/07/94
12/20/91
03/01/91
07/30/87
01/01/91
03/31/95
05/30/88
12/30/86
06/30/90
03/31/96
01/30/90
07/30/86
09/30/88
09/30/87
03/07/90
08/30/90
09/30/90
11/30/88
12/01/91
01/31/95
12/30/86
12/30/86
02/16/94
06/09/94
12/20/89
06/24/86
11/08/90
04/12/90
11/28/89
06/05/91
02/27/96
02/10/95
09/15/95
01/04/94
09/28/94
10/09/90
02/22/90
•h ... /

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DETERMINATION OF EQUIVALENT TREATMENT (DET) FOR 8 OF THE WASTE CODES FROM A TOLUENE 61ISOCYANATE (TDI)	TREATABILITY GROUP 9554.1994(06)	10/24/94
DETERMINATION ON THE LEGALITY AND APPROPRIATENESS OF USING INCINERATION FOR TWO P078 HASTE STREAMS	9554,1994(05!	07/26/94
F024 REVISED TREATMENT STANDARDS	9554.1990 !05l	06/25/90
GENERATION AND TREATMENT OF K044 WASTE	9551.1988(12)	11/04/88
INTERPRETATION OF THE PHRASE "WHICH CAN BE REASONABLY EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT" FOR SOIL THAT EXHIBITS THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC 9554.1995(01)	06/14/95
K001, P093, AND U059 CONTAMINATED SOIL TREATMENT STANDARDS	9554.1990(09)	08/13/90
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS HEARING ON FEB 24, 1986 RESPONSES	9554.1906(01)	03/27/86
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS REGULATION OF CYANIDES "	9554.1991(01)	01/08/91
LDR DETERMINATION OF WASTE STREAM DILUTION	9551.1990(06)	10/14/90
LDR RULES REGARDING ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR LAB PACKS	9554.1990(13)	11/20/90
LEAD AND ARSENIC WASTES TREATMENT STANDARDS	9554.1990(11)	08/24/90
LEAD-BEARING WASTES TREATMENT STANDARDS	9554.1990(06)	06/25/90
LEADED PAINT SANDBLASTING WASTE TESTING USING TCLP	9442.1991(01)	01/08/91
MULTI-SOURCE LEACHATE AND TREATMENT STANDARDS OP LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9554.1990(08!	07/31/90
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ATLANTIC REFINING & MARKETING, PA	9551.1991(06)	04/22/91
RECYCLING OF K061 AS AN INGREDIENT IN CEMENT	9441.1990(031	02/13/90
REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES	9521.1994(01!	10/17/94
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO TWO WASTE STREAMS THAT WOULD BE BILAYERED THROUGH PHASE SEPARATION AT A LICENSED TSDF	9441.1994(27)	10/04/94
RESPONSE TO SPECIFIC QUESTIONS REGARDING HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION AND GENERATOR REGULATIONS	9452.1993(03)	10/20/93
SHAM RECYCLING POLICY AS IT PERTAINS TO THE BOILER AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACE RULE	9494.1994(03)	06/07/94
SLUDGE CONTAINING 1,1,1 -TRICHLOROETHANE (TCE)	9551.1987(13)	06/26/87
SOLVENT LISTINGS AND LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9444.1987(18)	05/20/87
SUBMARINE REACTOR COMPARTMENTS - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9554.1990(07)	07/30/90
SUBTITLE C IMPERMEABLE CAP REQUIREMENT FOR ON-SITE CONTAINMENT OF WOOD PRESERVING WASTES	9554.1990(15)	09/26/90
THE EFFECT OF AN UPCOMING RULE ON NONHAZARDOUS UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL WELLS AND ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS	9554.1994(02)	01/05/94
TREATMENT OF AN INHERENTLY HAZARDOUS DEBRIS THAT EXHIBITS THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC FOR LEAD AND CADMIUM	9554.1993(02)	11/18/93
TREATMENT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES AT HAZARDOUS WASTE PERMITTED TSDF	9525.1990(02)	10/17/90
TREATMENT STANDARD FOR X106 (LOW MERCURY SUBCATEGORY) NON-WASTEWATER RESIDUES FROM RETORTING/ROASTING	(RMERC) UNITS 9554.1994(04)	07/14/94
TREATMENT STANDARDS AND THE SEVILLE EXCLUSION	9554.1990(10!	08/23/90
TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CERTAIN MIXED RADIOACTIVE WASTES	9554.1990(14)	12/27/90
USE OF ON-SITE PRECIPITATION PROCESS AS AN ACCEPTABLE FRETREATMENT STEP ADJUNCT TO MERCURY RETORTING	9554.1993(01)	06/03/93
VOLUNTARY TREATMENT PRIOR TO LAND DISPOSAL	9553.1987(03)	01/20/87
WASTE ANALYSIS REQUIREMENTS IN INCOMING WASTE SHIPMENTS - LDR	9551.1987(10)	06/12/87
WASTE CODES AND TREATMENT RESIDUES	9554.1990(03)	03/07/90
WASTE TREATMENT FACILITIES ACCEPTING F006 ELECTROPLATING WASTES	9554.1988(05)	08/11/88
LAND TREATMENT
(See Land Disposal Facilities)
LANDFILL
(See Land Disposal Facilities)
LANDFILL GAS
(See Land Disposal Facilities)
LARGE VOLUME WASTE
(See Mining Waste)
LEACHATE
(See also Appendix VIII)
•CLASSIFICATION OF LEACHATE CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER
•MULTISOURCF. LEACHATE (F039) WASTE CODE AS IT APPLIES TO CONTAMINATION FROM SPILLS
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9554.1991(02)
9444.1991(06)
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
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•TREATMENT TANKS FOR LEACHATE OR LIQUID HASTES
DELISTING CRITERIA/LEACHATE LEVELS
DETECTION LIMIT FOR EP-LEACHATE CONCENTRATION OF SELENIUM
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES - LEACHATE LEVELS
GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATED WITH HAZARDOUS HASTE LEACHATE
INTERPRETATION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER DISCHARGE EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE
LEACHATE AND PRECIPITATION RUN-OFF AT LFs, WASTE PILES, AND LT UNITS, HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM MIXTURE OF
LEACHATE FROM A MUNICIPAL LANDFILL, REGULATION OF
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RECEIVING LEACHATE, REGULATION OF
LEACHATE COLLECTION/DETECTION SYSTEM
(See Minimum Technological Requirements)
LEAD
(See Characteristic Hazardous Haste)
LEAK DETECTION
(See Secondary Containment)
LEAKAGE
(See Secondary Containment!
LIABILITY
(See Financial Responsibility)
LIABILITY COVERAGE
(See Financial Responsibility)
LINERS
(See Minimum Technological Requirements) (See also Land Disposal Facilities)
LIQUID WASTE
(See also Land Disposal Restrictions, Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
~LIQUIDS AND FREE LIQUIDS, DEFINITION OF
•PH TESTING OF SOLID/WATER MIXTURE
•TREATMENT TANKS FOR LEACHATE OR LIQUID WASTES
BAN ON DISPOSAL OF LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS
CLARIFICATION OF THE CHARACTERISTIC OF IGNITABILITY AS IT PERTAINS TO SOLIDS VS. LIQUIDS
CLOSURE S POST-CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS REGARDING HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES
CONTINUED LANDFILL DISPOSAL OF LAB PACKS
CORROSIVE CHARACTERISTIC APPLIED TO LIQUID AND AQUEOUS WASTES
DETERMINATION OF THE IGNITABILITY CHARACTERISTIC
DISTILLATION BOTTOM TARS AS K022 WASTE
IGNITABILITY OR CORROSIVITY TESTING-LIQUID AND AQUEOUS DEFINITION
LIQUID AS IT APPLIES TO 1CNITABI.E OR CORROSIVE HASTES
LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTES IN LANDFILLS
LIQUID WASTE, DEFINITION OF
LIQUID, FREE LIQUID, RELEASABLE LIQUID DEFINITIONS
NONHAZARDOUS LIQUID WASTEWATERS AND SLUDGES IN SANITARY LF UNDER RCRA AND 1ISHA, DISPOSAL OP
9471,
9433.
9443.
9441.
9441,
9441.
9441.
9441.
9484.
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9432.
9443.
9471.
9487.
9443.
9476.
9487.
9443.
9443.
9444 .
9432.
9441.
9487.
9432.
9432.
9S74 .
1984(01)
1986(01)
1986(06)
1986(03)
1986(83)
1995(05)
1984(37!
1983(081
1985(01b)
1985(03)
1983(03)
1984(01)
1985 (03)
1995(03)
1983(02)
1985(02)
1987(17)
1991(01)
1989(04)
1990(01)
1989(51)
1985(04)
1981(01)
1989C04)
1985(01)
03/30/84
01/07/86
03/12/86
01/07/86
11/13/86
02/17/95
11/14/84
10/21/83
11/14/85
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
05/30/85
02/28/83
03/30/84
05/29/85
09/19/95
01/11/83
05/10/85
08/18/87
09/06/91
07/13/89
02/16/90
10/05/89
08/07/85
06/28/81
07/20/89
01/22/85

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PLACEMENT OP BULK LIQUIDS IN LANDFILL
SCINTILLATION COCKTAIL, REGULATION OF LIQUID
SPENT CYANIDE PLATING BATH SOLUTIONS FROM SILVER RECOVERY
WASTE AS LIQUID OR SOLID, DETERMINATION OF
9487.1984<05!
9443.1987(18)
9441.1989(34)
9445.1984(06)
Absorbents
~ADDING ABSORBENT TO WASTE CONTAINERS
~LAB PACKS AT GENERATOR SITES
ABSORBENTS FOR CONTAINERIZED LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTES, USE OF
APPLICABILITY OF THE PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST TO SORBENTS
APPLICABILITY OF USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS TO ACTIVITIES INVOLVING SEPARATION OF USED OIL FROM SORBENT MATERIALS
BULK LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTE SOLIDIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF TREATED WASTES - USE OF SW-84S METHODS, WASTE IDENTIFICATION
CONTAINERIZED AND BULK HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS IN RCRA LANDFILLS
DISPOSAL OF SORBED LIQUIDS, PARTICULARLY "BIODEGRADABLE* SORBENTS IN WASTES DESTINED FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS
POSITION PAPER ON SPENT ABSORBENT MATERIALS
PROHIBITION ON PLACING LIQUIDS IN LANDFILL
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF LIQUIDS AND ABSORBENT MATERIALS CONTAINING LIQUIDS
REGULATORY STATUS OF ABSORBENT MATERIAL WHEN MIXED WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE PRIOR TO INCINERATION
9453.
9453.
9487.
9443.
9592.
9487.
9445.
9487,
9551.
9441.
9487,
9551,
9441
1990(02)
1988(02)
1985(05)
1993(06)
1994(09)
1987(01)
1987(03#)
1986(12)
1993(02)
1991(09)
1985(10)
1993(04)
1992(29)
Bulk Liquids
•STORAGE PRIOR TO RECYCLING	9475.1987(01)
BULK LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTE SOLIDIFICATION REQUIREMENTS	9487.1987(01)
BULK LIQUIDS AND DRAIN/LEACHING FIELDS	9487.1986(09)
CONTAINERIZED AND BULK HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS IN RCRA LANDFILLS	9487.1986(12)
PCB-CONTAMINATED WASTES, STABILIZATION OP	9487.1988(01)
PLACEMENT OF STABILIZED WASTES THAT DO NOT MEET LAND RESTRICTION REQUIREMENTS	9554.1989(02)
PROHIBITION ON PLACING LIQUIDS IN LANDFILL	9487.1985(10)
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS	9523.00-14
Non-Hazardous Liquids
BAM ON USE OP LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS	9487.1986(07)
LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
(See also Solid Waste, Delisting, Characteristic Hazardous Waste
, Hazardous
Waste Identification, Dioxin)
XREF
•DELISTING BY STATES


9541.1986(24}
•HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTED SOLELY FOR SUBPART C CHARACTERISTICS


9441.1986(74)
•SPENT SOLVENTS IN SCINTALLATION COCKTAILS


9444.1989(02c)
AUTOMOTIVE FLUIDS, REGULATION OF


9441.1987(14)
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITIES


9441.1986(26)
CHEMICAL AGENTS GB, VX, AND HX AT MUNITIONS DISPOSAL FACILITY


9443.1984(03)
DELISTING CRITERIA/LEACHATE LEVELS


9433.1986(01)
ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST AFTER ENCAPSULATION TREATMENT PROCESS


9444.1986133)
ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PLANTS


9444.1986(01)
ETCHANTS USED TO MANUFACTURE COPPER SALTS


9441.1986(82)
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES -
LEACHATE LEVELS
9441.1986(03)
FEDERAL POLICY REGARDING DIOXIN DISPOSAL


9444.1987(26)
K006 WASTE AND ONSITE DISPOSAL UNIT CONTAINING THESE WASTES


9432.1987(09)
K035 LISTING AND INCLUSION OF SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT
OF CREOSOTE
PRODUCTION WASTEWATERS
9444,1987(52)
LD50 AS CRITERIA FOR LISTING HAZARDOUS WASTE


9443.1988(09)
LISTING OF TF-1, AN ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMER FLUSHING AGENT


9442.1986(04)
MANAGEMENT OF WASTES PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION INTO SEWER


9441.1986(73)
MECHANICAL PLATING WASTES IN THE F006 LISTING, NON-INCLUSION OF


9444.1986(13)
MIXTURE OF CHARACTERISTIC WASTE AND LISTED WASTE, ASH FROM INCINERATION

9441.1985(32)
MIXTURES OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTES


9441.1987(06)
MIXTURES OF SOLID WASTE AND A WASTE LISTED SOLELY BECAUSE IT EXHIBITS A CHARACTERISTIC
9441.1985(38)
11/12/84
08/19/87
07/06/89
07/30/84
07/30/90
01/30/88
09/20/85
10/12/93
09/28/94
01/20/87
11/17/87
12/30/86
05/05/93
06/21/91
12/05/85
11/17/93
09/04/92
04/30/87
01/20/87
06/12/86
12/30/86
02/03/88
05/05/89
12/05/85
03/14/86
04/27/86
/ /
10/30/86
09/30/86
03/31/89
03/06/87
04/02/86
06/04/84
01/07/86
12/29/86
04/07/86
11/08/86
01/07/86
07/02/87
08/19/87
12/11/87
09/09/88
05/06/86
09/25/86
06/24/86
10/07/85
01/27/87
11/20/8S

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PETITION TO WITHDRAW K090 AND K091 LISTINGS
PETROLEUM FACILITIES INCLUDED IN THE K051 LISTING FOR API SEPARATOR SLUDGE
PROCESS WASTES CONTAINING INKS, PAINTS, AND ADHESIVES
RECYCLED CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE SLUDGES
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO TWO WASTE STREAMS THAT WOULD BE BILAYERED THROUGH PHASE SEPARATION AT A LICENSED TSDF
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS PERTAINING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF WASTE SOLVENTS AND USED OIL
REGULATORY STATUS OF RECLAIMED SOLVENT FROM USED DRY CLEANING FILTERS
RELISTING HAZARDOUS WASTE
RESPONSE TO REGION III IMPLEMENTATION AND OVERSIGHT ISSUES
SCINTILLATION COCKTAIL, REGULATION OF LIQUID
SCRAP DEHP AND SMALL CAPACITORS CONTAINING DEHP, DISPOSAL REQUIREMENTS FOR
SCRUBBER BRINE/SLUDGE PRODUCED IN INCINERATION OF A LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
SLUDGES GENERATED FROM THE FIRST CLEANING STAGES OF PHOSPHATING PROCESS
SOLVENTS USED AS REACTANT AND SOLVENT WASTES GENERATED BY A PRODUCTION PROCESS
SPENT FLUIDIZED BED MEDIA AND CHANGES UNDER INTERIM STATUS
SPENT SOLVENT MIXTURE (NALCAST 6015/WATER/WAX)
TOLUENE-CONTAINING PAINT PRODUCTS FROM WOOD PIECES, REGULATORY STATUS
USED OIL, BURNING OF OFF-SPECIFICATION FUEL - DUMPING
WASTE CODE LISTINGS AND TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS
WASTE FROM ELECTROLESS PLATING PROCESSES NOT COVERED UNDER REINTERPRETED F006 LISTING
WASTE GENERATED DURING THE MANUFACTURE OF POLYURETHANE FOAM
9444
9444
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9442
9541
9443
9441
9441
9444
9444
9444
9444
9443
9441
9444
9444
9441
1989(11)
1987(20)
1987 (09)
1985(39)
1994 (27)
1992(36)
1992(11)
.1986 (08)
1986(10)
1987(18)
1985(23)
.1984(05)
1986(11)
1986(27)
1986(28)
.1985 (15)
.1988 (01)
.1986(40)
.1989(12)
1987(51)
.1992 (24)
10/03/89
05/26/87
02/19/87
11/25/85
10/04/94
10/28/92
05/28/92
08/21/86
05/01/86
08/19/87
06/27/85
02/19/84
05/22/66
12/05/86
12/05/86
06/24/85
01/04/88
07/31/86
10/05/89
12/04/87
08/17/92
Chlorination Tank
DRAGOUT FROM F007 - SPENT CYANIDE PLATING BATH SOLUTIONS
Commercial Chemical Products
•BERYLLIUM DUST (P015); APPLICABILITY
•BURNING/BLENDING OF UNUSED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT (XYLENE) WITH USED OIL
•COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT DEFINITION IN 261.33
~DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE AND RECLAMATION
•DISCARDED MERCURY THERMOMETERS
•EPINEPHRINE RESIDUE IN A SYRINGE IS NOT P042
•F006 SLUDGE FROM ACID WASTE MIXTURE
•HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL IN INCINERATORS
•ISOMERS OF P- AND U-LISTED WASTES
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - HALOGENATED ORGANIC CARBONS
~METHYL CHLOROFORM
•NITROGLYCERIN PATCHES: NOT LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE WHEN DISCARDED UNUSED
~NITROGLYCERINE PILLS AS COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
~OFF-SPECIFICATION CIRCUIT PRINTING BOARDS - REGULATORY STATUS
~OFF-SPECIFICATION PARAFORMALDEHYDE MEETS COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT LISTING
~RECLAIMED COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS: REGULATORY STATUS
~SECONDARY MATERIALS USED AS EFFECTIVE SUBSTITUTES FOR COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS
~SOLID WASTE DETERMINATION
~SOLID WASTE DETERMINATION FOR SPILLED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
~SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE
~SPILLS OF COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
BATTERY RECONDITIONING
BUBBLER CANISTERS CONTAINING PHOSPHOROUS OXYCHLORIDE ARE NOT WASTE WHEN RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES FROM JAPAN FOR REGENERATION
BURNING CHARACTERISTIC OFF-SPECIFICATION PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
CARBAMATE LISTING DETERMINATION (60 FR 7824, FEBRUARY 9, 1995) AS IT RELATES TO THE LATEX PROCESS WASTES GENERATED BY A COMPANY
CARBON SCRUBBER WASTES IN WHICH PRODUCT MATERIALS ARE CAPTURED
CHLORDANE AND HEPTACHLOR PESTICIDE WASTE
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ISSUES REGARDING OIL AND GAS WASTES
CLARIFICATION OF HOW RCRA REGULATIONS APPLY TO OFF-SPECIFICATION FUELS THAT ARE BEING BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
CLARIFICATION ON HOW REUSE OF "WASTE RESINS" AS FEED STOCK TO MANUFACTURE NEW PRODUCTS ARE REGULATED UNDER RCRA
CLARIFICATION ON WHEN USED MERCURY RELAYS/SWITCHES BECOME SPENT
9444.1984(14) 07/30/84
9444
9442
9444
9444
9444
9444
9441
9441
9444
9553
9444
9445
9444
9441
9442
9444
9441
9441
9441
9441
9444
9441
9456
9441
9441
9444
9444
9571
9441
9441
9441
.1992(06)
1985 (01)
1992(01)
1987(37a)
.1989 (09)
.1994(10)
1987(11)
.1986(87)
.1995(02)
.1987(13)
.1984(17)
.1995(01)
.1993(05)
.1991(14)
.1994(03)
.1992(07)
.1992 (13)
.1985(19a)
,1995(20)
.1987(18)
.1989(14)
.1986 (56)
.1994(01)
1986(95)
.1995(28)
1987(15)
1988(10)
1993(02)
1994 (18)
1994 (19)
1994 (25)
11/30/92
12/30/85
03/31/92
08/31/87
08/30/89
12/31/94
02/28/87
11/30/86
09/30/95
09/30/87
08/30/84
04/30/95
09/30/93
08/01/91
03/31/94
11/30/92
05/31/92
05/31/85
05/31/95
03/30/87
11/30/89
07/28/86
12/16/94
12/23/86
00/24/95
05/18/87
05/03/88
11/05/93
07/11/94
07/11/94
09/28/94


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COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT P LISTING APPLIES ONLY TO UNUSED PRODUCT, NOT USED RESIDUES
9444.1986(29)
12/08/86
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS UNDER 261.33
9444.1980(01)
09/04/80
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS USED IN AIR BAGS - EFFECT ON RECYCLE OF FERROUS SCRAP FROM AUTOMOBILES
9441.1985(02)
01/16/85
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, RECYCLING A MIXTURE OF
9441.1986(34)
04/28/86
CONTAINERS THAT HELD COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, DEFINITION OF EMPTY
9441.1984(26)
09/11/84
CONTAINERS USED TO HOLD LISTED CHEMOTHERAPY DRUGS
9441.1987(45)
06/16/87
COPPER PLATING SOLUTION REACTED WITH A CHELATING AGENT TO PRODUCE A COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER
9493.1986(01)
01/22/86
CORROSIVE SOLIDS, COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, REACTIVE WASTES DEFINED
9443.1984(09)
11/29/84
DESIGNATION OF AMERICIUM BERYLLIUM SOURCES UNDER RCRA
9441.1992(17)
06/16/92
DIMETHYL BENZENE-LISTING CLARIFICATION
9444.1990(03)
04/05/90
DISCARDED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
9444.1988(12)
05/19/88
DISCARDED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
9444.1985(05)
05/14/85
DISCARDED OFF-GAS PIPING, EQUIPMENT, AND OFF-GAS SCRUBBER SOLUTION FROM A TANK SYSTEM
9442.1993(01)
09/20/93
DRAGOUT FROM F007 - SPENT CYANIDE PLATING BATH SOLUTIONS
9444.1984(14)
07/30/84
ELECTROLESS ZINC PLATING WASTE NOT IN F006 LISTING
9444.1987(23)
06/30/87
ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS
9442.1987(03!
07/28/87
EMPTY TANK CARS THAT CONTAINED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT
9441,1985(41)
12/12/85
EPA'S ASSESSMENT OF WHETHER AN UNUSED CHEMICAL AND THE RESULTING SPENT MATERIAL ARE HAZARDOUS WASTE AND/OR MIXED WASTE 9442.1996(01)
03/25/96
EXEMPTION FOR COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
9441.1988(33!
07/27/88
EXEMPTION FOR COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS ONCE THE FERTILIZER IS PRODUCED
9493.1986(03!
08/21/86
F SOLVENT WASTES
9444.1985(03)
04/01/85
F006 LISTING DOES NOT INCLUDE ZINC PHOSPHATING WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES
9444.1987(27)
07/06/87
F006 LISTING FOR PICKLING AND ETCHING WASTES AND DELISTING ISSUES
9444.1987(55)
12/28/87
F019 LISTING AND THE CONVERSION COATING PROCESS
9444.1987(22)
06/24/87
F021 LISTING FOR SUBSTANCES CONTAINING CHLOROPHENOLIC COMPOUNDS
9444.1987(42)
09/23/87
FLOATING PLASTIC BALLS USED TO CONTROL VAPORS FROM TANKS CONTAINING LISTED PRODUCT
9444.1986(25)
11/03/86
FREE-FLOWING MERCURY WHICH IS DISTILLED AND SOLD AS AN INGREDIENT IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS
9441.1994(08)
03/30/94
HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING FOR F006 WASTE
9441.1986(78)
10/12/86
LABORATORIES, RCRA REGULATION IMPACT
9441.1990(32)
11/28/90
LUBRICATING OIL AND JET FUELS USED TO PRODUCE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
9494.1985(01)
10/01/85
MANUFACTURING WASTE CONTAINING COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS IN 261.33
9444,1981(01!
03/12/81
MATERIALS CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDE PRODUCTS
9444.1987(40)
09/09/87
MERCURY SUITABLE FOR DIRECT USE (99% PURE) NOT SOLID WASTE
9441.1986(431
05/30/86
MERCURY THERMOMETERS, RECLAIMED OFF-SPEC AND BROKEN
9441.1986(27!
04/02/86
METAL FINISHING SLUDGES
9444.1988(01)
01/11/88
MICRO-CLEAR REGULATORY STATUS
9444.1990(02)
03/22/90
MIXED SOLVENT WASTES
9444.1988(02)
01/20/88
MIXTURE OF F003 AND A SOLID WASTE AND DELISTING REQUIREMENTS
9441.1987(65)
08/17/87
OFF-SPEC COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS AT BOTTLING FACILITY
9441.1989(49)
09/28/89
OFF-SPECIFICATION JET FUEL BURNED AS KEROSENE FUEL
9441.1986(19)
03/08/86
OFF-SPECIFICATION JET FUELS, RECYCLING OF UNUSED
9441.1989(39)
07/31/89
P AND U-LISTED WASTES
9444.1989(07)
08/21/89
PAINTS CONTAINING SOLVENTS
9444.1988(11)
05/05/88
PERCHLOROETHYLENE AND SURFACTANT, DISTILLATION OF RESIDUE CONTAINING
9441.1985(10)
04/10/85
PESTICIDE APPLICATOR WASHING RINSE WATER
9441.1985(42!
12/13/85
PLASTIC PACKING MEDIA FROM AIR STRIPPING TOWER TREATING CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER
9441.1989(17)
04/14/89
RECYCLED GASOLINE/WATER AND FUEL OIL/WATER MIXTURES
9441.1986(22)
03/19/86
RECYCLING OF ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES (F006) FOR CEMENT/AGGREGATE MANUFACTURE
9441.1989(19)
04/26/89
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS REGULATORS THAT CONTAIN MERCURY UNDER RCRA
9442.1994(06)
07/29/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF RESIDUAL AVIATION FUELS THAT ARE BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
9441.1995(04)
02/06/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF SOILS CONTAMINATED FROM RELEASES OF COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
9441.1992(34)
10/15/92
REGULATORY STATUS OF UNDEPLOYED AUTOMOTIVE AIRBAG INFLATORS
9441.1992(08)
04/23/92
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH CHLORDANE AS A RESULT OF PESTICIDE APPLICATION
9444.1986(20!
09/29/86
SOLVENT AND COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT WASTE STREAMS
9444.1989(03)
06/28/89
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTESTREAMS FROM A PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURER
9441.1988(49)
12/06/88
SOLVENTS USED AS REACTANT AND SOLVENT WASTES GENERATED BY A PRODUCTION PROCESS
9444.1986(27)
12/05/86
SOLVENTS USED AS REACTANT NOT LISTED AS SPENT SOLVENT OR COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT
9441.1986(92)
12/05/86

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SPENT PIPELINE FILTER CARTRIDGES
STATUS OF CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE AS A HAZARDOUS HASTE
STATUS OF UNLISTED COWERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS WHEN RECYCLED
STILL BOTTOM HASTE GENERATED BY A POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION FACILITY
THE STATUS OF UWJSED OFF-SPECIFICATION LEAD PLATES USED IN THE PRODUCTION OF LEAD-ACID AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES
TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL METHODS FOR LOW-LEVEL WASTES THAT CONTAIN UNCONTAMINATED OR RADIOACTIVE LEAD
USED REFRIGERANTS UNDER 40 CFR 261.2
WASHWATERS GENERATED FROM WASHING PESTICIDE APPLICATOR TRUCKS
WASTE GENERATED BY AN INCINERATOR TRIAL BURN OF SAND SPIKED WITH TRICHLOROBENZENB AND HEXACHLOROETHANE
WASTE LISTINGS FOR COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS - MERCURY
WASTES CONTAINING F001-F0Q5 CONSTITUENTS
WASTES COVERED UNDER THE DIOXIN LISTING
WASTES FROM BRIGHT DIPPING UNDER THB REINTERPRETED F006 LISTING
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE EXEMPTION FOR ANODIZING OF ALUMINUM
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM ELECTROPLATING OPERATIONS
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES RESULTING FROM METAL CLEANING PROCESS
9444
9444
9444
9432
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9444
9444
9441
9444
9444
1986(03)
1992(02)
1993(01)
1988(01)
199S<31)
1987(S2)
1990(28)
1986(44)
1988(04)
1988(45)
1988(05)
1986(23)
1987(28)
1986(29)
1985(13)
1989(08)
02/11/88
08/24/92
02/23/93
02/11/88
09/14/95
06/26/87
10/18/90
05/30/86
01/14/88
11/02/88
02/22/88
10/21/86
07/13/87
04/09/86
09/03/85
08/21/89
Definition
•NITROGLYCERINE PILLS AS COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS	9444.1993(05)	09/30/93
REGULATOR* REQUIREMENTS FOR TANKS, VEHICLES, VESSELS, PROCESS OR MANUFACTURING UNITS,	OR PIPELINES WHICH HAVE BEEN SHUT DOWN 9441.1995(15)	04/20/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF RESIDUAL AVIATION FUELS THAT ARE BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY	9441.1995(04)	02/06/95
TREATMENT RESIDUALS OF CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE AS A LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE	9441.1988(44)	10/27/88
P** WcSSfcftS
•COMPARATIVE DEFINITIONS OF F001 AND F002	9444.1991(03)	05/01/91
•DILUTION OF F003 WASTES	9441.1986(97)	12/30/86
•F006 SLUDGB FROM ACID WASTE MIXTURE	9441.1987(11)	02/28/87
~F009 LISTING FOR ELECTROPLATING AFTER CYANIDE BATH	9444.1989(06)	07/30/89
•F019 LISTING APPLICABILITY TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES	9441.1989(53)	10/30/89
•HYDROCHLOROFLUOROCARBONS USED IN DEGREASING	9443.1992(06)	12/31/92
•MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS	9441.1987(71)	08/30/87
•MULTISOURCE LEACHATE (F039) WASTE CODE AS IT APPLIES TO CONTAMINATION FROM SPILLS	9444.1991(06)	11/01/91
•PERCHLOROETHYLENE USED IN DRY CLEANING	9444.1992(04)	10/31/92
•PROHIBITION ON STORAGE OF RESTRICTED WASTES	9453.1986(06)	11/30/86
•RECLAIMED SPENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE EXCLUSION IN 261.4(a)(9)	9441.1991(19)	12/01/91
•SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE	9441.1987(18)	03/30/87
•SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE, THE	9444.1985115a)	07/31/85
•SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS	9444.1988(09)	04/30/88
•SPENT SOLVENT MIXTURES (F -WASTES I	9443.1986(05)	01/30/86
•SPENT SOLVENTS FROM VARNISH STRIPPING	9441.1986(57)	05/30/86
•TECHNICAL GRADE SOLVENT FORMULATIONS AND THE F003 LISTING	9444.1994(05)	06/30/94
•UNUSED FORMULATIONS CONTAINING SODIUM PENTACHLOROPHENATE ARE F027	9444.1994 (06)	08/31/94
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM CHEMICAL ETCHING	9444.1984(02)	03/30/84
•WOOD PRESERVING WASTES - ADMINISTRATIVE STAY	9489.1991(03)	06/01/91
ACETONE MID METHANOL CONTAMINATED WASHWATERS	9444.1989(05)	07/21/89
ACTIVATED CARBON CANISTERS SATURATED WITH SPENT SOLVENTS	9441.1986(54)	07/15/86
ACTIVATED CARBON CANISTERS USED TO COLLECT SOLVENT VAPORS GENERATED DURING PAINT APPLICATION	9444.1986(08)	05/02/86
APPLICABILITY OP F006 HAZARDOUS WASTE CODE TO NICKEL RECLAMATION PROCESS FOR ELECTROLESS	NICKEL PLATING SPENT SOLUTIONS 9444.1994(08)	09/21/94
CERTIFICATION/NOTIFICATION FOR MULTIPLE-CONSTITUENT WASTES SUBJECT TO LDRs	9551.1991(10)	06/05/91
CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE OR SOLID WASTE TREATMENT MAY CREATE A LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE	9442.1989(05)	07/05/89
CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS (CPCs) AS REFRIGERANTS, RECYCLING OF SPENT	9441.1989(40)	08/02/89
CLARIFICATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTINGS PERTAINING TO WOOD PRESERVING OPERATIONS	9444.1992(08)	12/11/92
CLARIFICATION OF TWO SECTIONS OF THE HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS: WASTE CHARACTERIZATION	IN 40 CFR 262.11 AND LDR NOTIFICATION 9452.1996(02)	06/19/96
CLARIFICATION ON WHAT CONSTITUTES DIOXIN RELATED MATERIALS	9444.1992(09)	12/24/92
CLARIFICATION ON: MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER,' F003, FOOS, D001; WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING; AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC	9441.1994(26)	09/28/94
CLASSIFICATION OF F003 WASTES	9444.1992(05)	11/04/92
CLASSIFICATION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM THE REVISED "ZINC-COPALT ALLOY PLATING ON CARBON STEEL" PROCESS	9441.1994(20)	08/02/94

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CLEAN SOLVENT FROM RECYCLED SOLVENT-CONTAINING WASTE - STILL BOTTOMS	9441
CLOSURE PLAN FOR THE HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE UNITS AT VERTAC'S SHUTDOWN MANUFACTURING PLANT	9488
CYANIDE-SALT CONTAINING WASTES IN METAL HEAT TREATING OPERATIONS	9444
DETERMINATION WHETHER SECONDARY MATERIAL TRANSPORTED TO A CANADIAN COPPER SMELTER IS A SOLID WASTE	9441
DIOXIN IN WASTES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES USING PENTACHLOROPHENOL	9444
DISCARDED WASTEWATER AT A CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY	9444
DRAFT SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS PLAN FOR NH PLATING COMPANY	9433
DRAGOUT FROM FOOT - SPENT CYANIDE PLATING BATH SOLUTIONS	9444
DRYCLEANING INDUSTRY WASTES	9444
ELECTROCHEMICAL MACHINING WASTES AND THE SCOPE OF THE F006 LISTING	9444
ELECTROLESS ZINC PLATING WASTE NOT IN FOOS LISTING	9444
ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS	9442
FOOS 10% RULE AND ASSOCIATED REGULATIONS	9444
FOOS LISTING FOR PYRIDINE STILL BOTTOMS	9444
FOOS AND F019 ELECTROPLATING LISTINGS	9444
FOOS LISTING AND DEFINITION OF CONVERSION COATING	9444
FOOS LISTING APPLIED TO PRINTING INDUSTRY	9444
FOOS LISTING FOR PICKLING AND ETCHING WASTES AND DELISTING ISSUES	9444
FOOS WASTES, VHS AND GROUNDWATER MONITORING DATA TO EVALUATE A DELISTING PETITION FOR	9433
FOOS LISTING AND THE MIXTURE RULE TO ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS AND RESINS	9444
F019 LISTING AND THE CONVERSION COATING PROCESS	9444
F019 LISTING FOR WWT SLUDGES IN ALUMINUM ANODIZING	9445
F024 REVISED TREATMENT STANDARDS	9554
F027 LISTING - USED AND UNUSED FORMULATIONS IN WOOD PRESERVING	9444
HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING FOR F006 WASTE	944I
IDENTIFICATION OF SPENT SOLVENT IN CERTAIN INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES	9441
INK FORMULATION WASTES AS BOTH K086 AND F001-005 WASTES	9444
JURISDICTIONAL STATUS UNDER THE RCRA OF CERTAIN METAL-RICH SLUDGES	9441
LABORATORY WASTE GENERATED IN RESEARCH USING TCDD STOCK SOLUTIONS	9444
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS CLARIFICATIONS	9S51
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS REGULATION OF CYANIDES	9S54
LOR DETERMINATION OF WASTE STREAM DILUTION	9551
METHANOL RECOVERY SYSTEM - CLARIFICATION OF WASTE STATUS	9441
MIXTURE OF F003 AND A SOLID WASTE AND DELISTING REQUIREMENTS	9441
MIXTURES OF LISTED AND CHARACTERISTIC WASTES	9441
ON-SITE RECYCLING OF SPENT SOLVENTS BY GENERATORS	9441
PAINT WASTES AND THE SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS	9444
PAINTING CONTRACTOR WASTES-SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR	9441
PENTACHLOROPHENOL AS A WOOD PRESERVATIVE	9444
PROCESS WASTEWATER FROM METAL DEGREASING OPERATIONS	9S53
RAGS AND SIMILAR MATERIALS ABSORBING VOLATILES AND F-WASTES, HANDLING	9441
REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE MIXING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE SOLVENTS AND USED OIL	9441
REGULATORY DETERMINATION - SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS AND THE MIXTURE RULE	9441
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION REGARDING PHOTORESIST SOLIDS ("SKINS*) GENERATED IN THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY	9443
REGULATORY STATUS OF WASTE GENERATED BY MCLAUGHLIN GORMLEY KING (MGK) COMPANY IN MINNESOTA	9444
REGULATORY STATUS OF WOOD STICKERS USED FOR WOOD PRESERVING OPERATIONS	9442
RE INTERPRETATION NARROWING THE SCOPE OF THE FOOS LISTING	9444
REINTERPRETATION OF THE FOOS LISTING	9444
RESIDUALS MATERIALS CONTAMINATED WITH TRACE SOLVENTS	9444
SLUDGE CONTAINING 1, 1, 1 -TRICHLOROETHANE (TCE)	9551
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDE	9441
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH USED AND UNUSED PESTICIDES	9444
SOLVENT LISTINGS AND LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9444
SOLVENT LISTINGS FOR PAINT WASTES/REMOVER AND SPILL RESIDUE	9444
SOLVENT LISTINGS, SCOPE OF	9444
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTESTREAMS FROM A PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURER	9441
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTESTREAMS FROM PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURER	9443
1987 (2S)
1987(01)
1984 (01)
199SI24)
1985(02)
1991(05)
1990(061
1984(14)
1987(07)
1987(03)
1987(23)
1987(03)
1987(30)
1987(S3)
1986(09)
1987(09)
1987(19)
1987(55)
,1987(09)
,1987(31)
1987(22)
.1985(03)
1990(05)
, 1987(10)
.1986(78)
.1992 (44)
1987(41)
.1996(05)
.1986(16)
.1987(01)
1991(01)
.1990(06)
19B7(46)
.1987(65)
.1987(68)
.1986 (21)
.1987(17)
.1986 (47)
.1988(15)
.1988(02)
.1989(50)
.1992(38)
1992(21)
1994(04)
1992(03)
1994(04)
.1986(21)
1986(19)
1991(04)
1987(13)
1987(21)
,1987(12)
.1987(18)
,1987(11)
,1986(26)
,1988 (49)
,1988(11)
04/17/87
02/09/87
03/05/84
06/30/95
03/04/85
11/26/91
11/27/90
07/30/84
03/06/87
01/27/87
06/30/87
07/28/87
07/21/87
12/15/87
05/02/86
03/26/87
05/22/87
12/28/87
06/08/87
07/28/87
06/24/87
05/31/85
06/25/90
04/09/87
10/12/86
12/22/92
09/15/87
06/19/96
08/18/86
01/20/87
01/08/91
10/14/90
06/17/87
08/17/87
08/19/87
03/13/86
05/20/87
06/02/86
08/29/88
03/08/88
10/20/89
11/05/92
07/16/92
07/12/94
10/20/92
04/08/94
10/04/86
09/25/86
08/30/91
06/26/87
04/08/87
04/18/87
05/20/87
04/14/87
11/07/86
12/06/88
12/06/88

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SOLVENTS USED AS COOLANTS AMD APPLICABILITY OP SOLVENT LISTINGS
SOLVENTS USED AS REACT ANT NOT LISTED AS SPENT SOLVENT OR COWERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT
SPENT CARBON USED TO REMOVE DISSOLVED PENTACHLOROPHENOL (POP) FROM GROUNDWATER
SPENT ION EXCHANGE RESIN
SPENT ION EXCHANGE RESINS AND FILTER AS HAZARDOUS WASTE
STILL BOTTOMS FROM LISTED SOLVENT RECLAMATION
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE CONTAMINATED WITH POLYCHLORINATED BI PHENYLS (PCBs)
UNRINSED CONTAINERS WHICH FORMERLY CONTAINED AN UNUSED FORMULATION OF PENTACHLOROPHENQL
USE OF INDUSTRIAL HAZARDOUS AND NON-HAZARDOUS WASTES AS FEEDSTOCK FOR A CATALYTIC EXTRACTION PROCESSING (CEP! UNIT
WASTE FROM CHEMICAL ETCHING USING CYANIDE
WASTE LISTINGS F006 AND K062, SCOPE OF
WASTES CONTAINING F001-F005 CONSTITUENTS
WASTES FROM ZINC PLATING (SEGREGATED BASIS) ON CARBON STEEL EXCLUDED FROM F006
WASTES GENERATED FROM EXTRACTION PROCESS
WASTES GENERATED IN A PROCESS USING METHYLENE CHLORIDE TO RECOVER ALKALOIDS FROM PLANT MATTER
WASTEWATER TREATMENT EFFLUENT FROM PROCESSES THAT GENERATE K001 AND F006 WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM ELECTROPLATING OPERATIONS
WASTEWATERS EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF F021 FOR PCP MANUFACTURE
WATER WALL SPRAY BOOTH WASTES AND THE SOLVENT LISTINGS
WATER/METHANOL MIXTURE WASTESTREAM
ZINC PLATING (SEGREGATED BASIS) ON CARBON STEEL
Iron Foundry Waste
FOUNDRY SANDS RECYCLED AND RETURNED TO THE FOUNDRY
GRAY IRON FOUNDRY WASTE DISPOSAL
K062 LISTING APPLIES ONLY TO FACILITIES WITHIN THE IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY
MINING WASTE EXCLUSION FOR A FERROALLOY FACILITY
RECYCLING OF MOLDING AND CASTING SANDS
9444
9441
9444
9444
9444
9444
9444
9444
9432
9444
9444
9441
9444
9442
9441
9444
9444
9444
9444
9443
9444
1987(02)
1986(92)
,1986(05)
1985(11)
1987(13)
,1987(05)
.1989(10)
,1986(03)
,1996(01)
,1987 (16)
.1986(32)
,1988(05)
.1987(14)
.1986 (07)
.1986(52)
.1984(10)
.1985(13)
.1987(39)
.1987(06)
.1985(07)
.1984(09)
9441.1987(13)
9486.1981(01)
9444.1987(08)
9441.1986(48)
9441.1986(01)
01/27/87
12/05/86
03/03/86
06/19/85
05/05/87
02/02/87
09/22/89
02/12/86
04/12/96
05/20/87
12/12/86
02/22/88
05/08/87
07/02/86
07/02/86
07/25/84
09/03/85
09/02/87
02/28/87
09/10/85
06/13/84
03/04/87
06/18/81
03/16/87
06/10/86
01/06/86
K-Wastes
•API SEPARATOR SLUDGE, EXCLUSION OF WATER FRACTION FROM K051 LISTING
•BAGHOUSE DUST GENERATED FROM REMELTING PRIMARY PRODUCED STEEL
•K052 BOTTOMS FROM TANK STORING LEADED GASOLINE AT PETROLEUM REFINERIES
•K061 WASTE
•MINING WASTE EXCLUSION REINTERPRETATION
•MINING WASTE, K064, AND 3004(x)
•PRODUCT WASHWATERS FROM DINITROTOLUENE - Kill LISTING
ARE TANK BOTTOMS REMOVED FROM TANKS CONTAINING ONLY NAPHTHA DEEMED TO BE K052 HAZARDOUS WASTE?
ASH RESIDUE GENERATED FROM INCINERATION OF K045
CLARIFICATION ABOUT THE SCOPE OF EPA'S ADMINISTRATIVE STAY FOR A PORTION OF THE K069 HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING
CLARIFICATION ON THE SCOPE OF K088
CLOSURE STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LAND TREATMENT UNITS
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE WASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE WASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)
COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS CONTAINING K061 WASTES
CORRECTED LISTING DESCRIPTION FOR K062
DEFINITION OF RCRA WASTE K050
DELISTING PETITIONS FOR K-WASTES MANAGED IN ON-SITE LAND-BASED UN ITS-MONITORING REQUIREMENTS
DETERMINATION OF EQUIVALENT TREATMENT (DET) FOR 8 OF THE WASTE CODES FROM A TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (TDD TREATABILITY GROUP
DISTILLATION BOTTOM TARS AS K022 WASTE
EXCLUSIONS FOR K-WASTES DENIED (LACLEDE STEEL)
F006 LISTING DOES NOT INCLUDE ZINC PHOSPMATING WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES
GENERATION AND TREATMENT OF K044 WASTE
HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING DETERMINATION (60 FR 7825, FEBRUARY 9, 1995) OF K156 WASTE FROM THE PRODUCTION OF METHYL CARBAMATE
INK FORMULATION WASTES AS BOTH K086 AND F001-005 WASTES
K-WASTE FILTER CAKE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT
K001 -LISTED WASTES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES
9441
9444
9442
9444
9441
9571
9441
9442
9441
9444
9441
9476
9441
9441
94 93
9444
9444
9433
9554
9444
9441
9444
9551
9441
9444
9441
9445
1984(13)
1984 (16)
1994(02)
1989102b)
1985(35)
1986(04)
,1988 (20)
.1995(04)
,1987(12)
.1994(07)
.1989(47)
.1991(01)
.1987(98!
1987(75)
.1986(05)
,1987(31a)
,1994(04)
.1987(21)
.1994(06)
.1989(04)
.1989(48)
.1987(27)
,1988(12)
.1995(34)
.1987 (41)
.1990(35)
.1985(05)
05/30/84
08/30/84
02/28/94
03/31/89
10/30/85
07/30/86
05/30/88
05/25/95
03/03/87
09/19/94
08/25/89
05/02/91
12/24/87
09/04/87
09/11/86
07/30/87
06/03/94
09/28/87
10/24/94
07/13/89
09/12/89
07/06/87
11/04/88
11/27/95
09/15/87
12/21/90
01/18/85

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K006 WASTES AND ON-SITE DISPOSAL UNIT CONTAINING THESE WASTES	9444.1967(37)	08/19/87
K035 LISTING AND DELISTING ISSUES:GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION	9433.1987(27)	12/11/87
K0S1 SLUDGE RE-USED ON-SITE, EXEMPTION	9494.1985(02)	07/30/8S
K052 LISTING FOR WASTES GENERATED BY PETROLEUM INDUSTRY	9444.1981(03)	06/06/81
K061 HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING FOR STEEL FOUNDRIES	9444.1980(06)	1a/02/80
K061, EMISSION CONTROL DUST/SLUDGE FROM PRODUCTION OF STEEL IN ELECTRIC FURNACES	9444.1983(02)	07/11/83
K062 - SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR LISTING	9444.1984(11)	07/27/84
K062 LISTING APPLIES ONLY TO FACILITIES WITHIN THE IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY	9444.1987(08)	03/16/87
K103/K104 HASTE STREAMS - RELATIONSHIP OF CWA BAT, LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS, BOAT, AND	DELISTING CRITERIA 9433.1987(06)	04/02/87
LAND DISPOSAL OF UNTREATED HAZARDOUS WASTE	9551.1990(04)	10/03/90
LIME SLUDGE IMPOUNDMENT SLUDGE, DELISTING OF	9484.1986(05)	05/23/86
LIME STABILIZED WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE EXCLUSION	9441.1987(74)	09/02/87
METAL, K061 WASTES IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT-DELI STING PETITION	9433.1987(18)	08/07/87
NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY K061 STORAGE PILE	9481.1988(01)	01/25/88
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR AMOCO REFINERY	9551.1990(13)	11/08/90
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ARCO PRODUCTS, WA	9551.1990SOS)	10/24/90
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR MARATHON PETROLEUM, IL	9551.1990(09)	11/06/90
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SHELL OIL, WA	9551.1990(11)	11/07/90
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SINCLAIR OIL, OK	9551.1990(12)	11/08/90
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR STAR ENTERPRISE, DE	9551.1990(10)	11/07/90
OIL/WATER EMULSIONS GENERATED BY PETROLEUM REFINERY WW SYSTEMS-K04 9 WASTE	9441.1984(35)	12/07/84
PETROLEUM REFINERY WW, MIXTURE AND DERIVED-FROM RULES	9441.1985(29)	08/23/85
PICKLE LIQUOR AND SCOPE OF K062 LISTING	9444.1985(17)	10/03/85
PROPOSED BEST DEMONSTRATED AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGY (BDAT) FOR K061 WASTE	9441.1988(06)	03/09/88
RECYCLING OF ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST	9441.1988(27)	06/15/88
REGULATORY DETERMINATIONS UNDER RCRA ON THE STATUS OF ZINC OXIDE PRODUCED BY AN ELECTRIC	ARC STEEL FURNACE 9444,1994(09)	12/19/94
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR TANKS, VEHICLES, VESSELS, PROCESS OR MANUFACTURING UNITS, OR	PIPELINES WHICH HAVE BEEN SHOT DOWN 9441.1995(15)	04/20/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF CENTRIFUGE UNDERFLOW WASTES	9444.1993(02)	04/20/93
RESIDUES FROM SECONDARY LEAD SMELTERS THAT RECYCLE K069 WASTES	9496.1991(01)	08/05/91
SHAM INCINERATION AND TREATMENT OF XD48-K052 WASTES IN CEMENT KILNS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES	9494.1991(02)	03/29/91
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR DELISTING PETITION	9433,1991(02)	04/26/91
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR FINAL RULE REGARDING SCOPE OF THE K062 LISTING, CORRECTION NOTICE	9444.1986(31)	12/11/86
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, DEFINITION AS HAZARDOUS	9441.1987(39)	05/20/87
STAINLESS STEEL PRODUCTION RESIDUES	9441.1988(07)	03/10/88
SUPERNATANT FORMED IN LIME STABILIZATION OF WASTE PICKLE LIQUOR AS HAZARDOUS WASTE	9441.1987(83)	10/23/87
SUPERNATANT FROM TREATMENT OF SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR (K062)	9444.1987(47)	10/23/87
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS HOLDING ONLY K-WASTES GENERATED UNDER A TEMPORARY EXCLUSION	9433.1987(23)	10/05/87
THERMAL OXIDIZER AND HYDRODECHLORINATION PROCESS BY-PRODUCT K-WASTES	9444.1987(44)	10/16/87
USE OF INDUSTRIAL HAZARDOUS AND NON-HAZARDOUS WASTES AS FEEDSTOCK FOR A CATALYTIC EXTRACTION PROCESSING (CEP) UNIT	9432.1996(01)	04/12/96
USE/REUSE EXCLUSION TO RED WATER (K047) FROM WHICH SODIUM SULFITE IS RECOVERED AND WHICH	IS USED AS A FUEL 9441.1987(42)	06/09/87
WASTES GENERATED BY COKE AMD COAL TAR PLANTS	9442.1987(02)	07/24/87
WASTEWATER TREATMENT EFFLUENT FROM PROCESSES THAT GENERATE K001 AND P006 WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE	9444,1984(10)	07/25/84
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES USING CREOSOTE AND/OR PENTACHLOROPHENOL	9444.1984(04)	04/26/84
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM	9441.1986(28)	04/07/86
WOOD TREATED WITH CREOSOTE, DISPOSAL OF	9441.1986(10)	02/11/86
ZINC OXIDE RECLAIMED FROM KILNS	9444.1988(02a)	01/26/88
Of f-Specification
•METHYL CHLOROFORM
•NATURAL GAS PIPELINE CONDENSATE AND ENERGY RECOVERY
BURNING OF USED OIL
CLARIFICATION OF DISCARDED AMMUNITION OF 0.50 CALIBER
CLARIFICATION ON HOW REUSE OF "WASTE RESINS" AS FEED STOCK TO MANUFACTURE NEW PRODUCTS ARE REGULATED UNDER RCRA
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS PIPELINE CONDENSATE
REGULATORY STATUS OF RESIDUAL AVIATION FUELS THAT ARE BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
THE STATUS OF UNUSED OFF-SPECIFICATION LEAD PLATES USED IN THE PRODUCTION OF LEAD-ACID AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES
9444
9443
94 95
9443
9441
9442
9441
9441
1984(17)
1987(23)
1989(02)
1994(06)
1994(19)
1994(05)
1995(04)
1995(31)
08/30/84
10/30/87
10/17/89
11/03/94
07/11/94
04/15/94
02/06/95
09/14/95

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P-Haatea
•EPINEPHRINE RESIDUE IN A SYRINGE IS HOT P042
•ISOMERS OF P- AND U-LISTED WASTES
•NITROGLYCERIN PATCHES: NOT LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE WHEN DISCARDED UNUSED
•NITROGLYCERINE PILLS AS COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
•OFF-SPECIFICATION PARAFORMALDEHYDE MEETS COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT LISTING
CARBON SCRUBBER WASTES IN WHICH PRODUCT MATERIALS ARE CAPTURED
CLARIFICATION ON THE APPLICABILITY OF THE DEBRIS STANDARDS TO P078 WASTES
DELISTING PETITION OF NITROGEN TETROXIDB RINSATE
DETERMINATION OH THE LEGALITY AND APPROPRIATENESS OF USING INCINERATION FOR TWO P07B WASTE STREAMS
DISCARDED OFF-GAS PIPING, EQUIPMENT, AND OFF-GAS SCRUBBER SOLUTION FROM A TANK SYSTEM
EPA'S CURRENT CONTAINED-IN POLICY AS IT APPLIES TO ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA THAT CONTAIN P- AND U-LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTES
P AND U-LISTED WASTES
P-WASTE LISTING FOR CATALYST
REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPOSAL OF DISCHARGED M-44 CYANIDE CAPSULES THAT ORIGINALLY CONTAINED A SODIUM CYANIDE PESTICIDE
SPENT CARBON REGULATION
TRIPLE-RINSING REQUIREMENT APPLICABLE TO CONTAINERS HOLDING RESIDUES FROM THE INCINERATION OF ACUTE HAZARDOUS WASTES
9444
9444
9445
9444
9442
9444
9554
9433
9554
9442
9444
9444
9444
9442
9441
9431
1994 410)
1995(02)
1995(01)
1993(05)
1994(03)
1987(15)
1994(01)
1990(07)
1994(05!
1993(01)
1995(01)
1989(07)
1981(02)
1993(05)
1987(37)
1993(01)
12/31/94
09/30/95
04/30/95
09/30/93
03/31/94
05/18/87
01/04/94
12/21/90
07/26/94
09/20/93
02/17/95
08/21/89
06/19/81
12/23/93
05/18/87
07/28/93
Sole Active Ingredient
•EPINEPHRINE RESIDUE IN A SYRINGE IS ROT P042	9444.1994(10)	12/31/94
•NITROGLYCERIN PATCHES: NOT LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE WHEN DISCARDED UNUSED	9445.1995(01)	04/30/95
CARBAMATE LISTING DETERMINATION (60 FR 7824, FEBRUARY 9, 1995) AS IT RELATES TO THE LATEX PROCESS WASTES GENERATED BY A COMPANY	9441.1995(28) 08/24/95
CHLORDANS AND HEPTACHLOR PESTICIDE WASTE	9444.1988(10) 05/03/88
DISCARDED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS	9444.1988(12)	05/19/88
P-WASTE LISTING FOR CATALYST	9444.1981(02)	06/19/81
PESTICIDE STANDARDS FOR FORMALDEHYDE AND PARAFORMALDEHYDE	9444.1989(02)	03/14/89
PESTICIDES CONTAINING A 261.33(e) COMPOUND AS A SOLE ACTIVE INGREDIENT	9444.1981(05)	09/18/81
REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPOSAL OF DISCHARGED M-44 CYANIDE CAPSULES THAT ORIGINALLY CONTAINED A SODIUM CYANIDE PESTICIDE	9442.1993(05)	12/23/93
Steel Foundries
•K061 WASTE
DELISTING PETITION-STEEL FACILITY, REQUIREMENTS FOR CLOSURE PLAN
DELISTING TESTING REQUIREMENTS, CYANIDE AND OTHER WASTES, STEEL INDUSTRY
K061 HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING FOR STEEL FOUNDRIES
K062 LISTING APPLIES ONLY TO FACILITIES WITHIN THE IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PRODUCTION OF STEEL IN ELECTRIC ARC FURNACES
SLUDGE WASTE HANDLING IF TEMP. EXCLUSION IS WITHDRAWN / FUTURE METALS RECOVERY-STEEL FACILITY
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS AT IRON AND STEEL MILLS AS PRODUCTS OR WASTE FUELS, INFORMATION REQUIRED
9444
9433
9433
9444
9444
9444
9433
9441
1989(02b)
1986(07)
1984(06)
1980(06)
1987(08)
1986(02)
1986(17)
1986(08)
03/31/89
03/18/86
12/18/84
12/02/80
03/16/87
01/27/86
09/30/86
01/24/86
Toluene
•SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE
•SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO SPILL OF TOLUENE/BENZENE MIXTURE - CERCLA INTERFACE
FILTER CAKE WASTE CONTAINING SOLVENT USED TO SOLUBILIZE PRODUCT
PAINT SPRAY BOOTH AIR FILTERS
RESIDUE FROM STREAM-STRIPPING OF PROCESS WASTE CONTAINING TOLUENE
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH TOLUENE
STILL BOTTOM WASTE FROM POLYSTYRENE PRODUCT I ON
STILL BOTTOM WASTE GENERATED BY A POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION FACILITY
SUBSTITUTION OF EXTRACTION SOLVENTS FOR METHYLENE CHLORIDE
TOLUENE AS A DILUANT OR CARRIER AND THE SCOPE OF THE POOS LISTING
TOLUENE-LADEN FILTER RESIDUE GENERATED FROM AN INK PRODUCTION PROCESS
WASTE INK AND SOLVENT MIXTURES GENERATED FROM PRINTING FACILITIES
9441
9443
9444
9442
9441
9445
9444
9432
9441
9444
9444
9443
1987(18)
1985(11)
1987(43)
1990(01)
1984(10)
1985(01)
1987(38)
1988(01)
1988(25)
1987(36)
1985(09)
1984(08)
03/30/87
11/30/85
10/09/87
05/03/90
05/15/84
04/05/85
09/01/87
02/11/88
06/09/88
08/17/87
06/03/85
11/23/84
je| £.£3
•ISOMERS OF P- AND U-LISTED WASTES
•METHYL CHLOROFORM
•OFF-SPECIFICATION PARAFORMALDEHYDE MEETS COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT LISTING
9444.1995(02)
9444.1984(17)
9442.1994(03)
09/30/95
08/30/84
03/31/94


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9441
9441
9444
9433
9444
9444
9441
9480
9444
ACRYI.ONITRILE ASH	9444
CARBAMATE LISTING DETERMINATION !S0 PR 7824, FEBRUARY 9, 1995) AS IT RELATES TO THE LATEX PROCESS WASTES GENERATED BY A COMPANY	9441
CLARIFICATION OF THE "MIXTURE ROLE," THE "CONTAINED-IN" POLICY, LDR ISSUES, AND "POINT OF GENERATION" FOR U096	9551
CONTAINERS USED TO HOLD LISTED CHEMOTHERAPY DRUGS	9441
DETERMINATION OF EQUIVALENT TREATMENT (DET) FOR 8 OF THE WASTE CODES FROM A TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (TDI) TREATABILITY GROUP	9554
DISCARDED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS	9444
DISCARDED OFF-GAS PIPING, EQUIPMENT, AND OFF-GAS SCRUBBER SOLUTION FROM A TANK SYSTEM	9442
EPA'S CURRENT CONTAINED-IN POLICY AS IT APPLIES TO ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA THAT CONTAIN P- AND U-LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTES	9444
MIXED SOLVENT WASTES	9444
MIXTURES OF LISTED AND CHARACTERISTIC HASTES	9441
p AND U-LISTED WASTES	9444
WASTE GENERATED BY AN INCINERATOR TRIAL BURN OF SAND SPIKED WITH TRICHLOROBENZEKE AND HEXACHLOROETHANE	9441
Wastewater Treament Sludge
JURISDICTIONAL STATUS UNDER THE RCRA OF CERTAIN METAL-RICH SLUDGES
Wastewater Treatment Sludge
•F006 SLUDGE FROM ACID WASTE MIXTURE
~MIXTURE EXCLUSION
~PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE CLASSIFICATION
DELISTING PETITION - FUJI PHOTO FILM WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE
METAL FINISHING SLUDGES
PETROLEUM REFINERY SLUDGE REGULATIONS
REGULATORY STATUS OF SILVER-CONTAINING WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES WHEN RECYCLED
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS/LAND TREATMENT UNITS REGULATION IF ASSOCIATED WWT SLUDGES ARE LISTED
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES RESULTING FROM METAL CLEANING PROCESS
LOCATION
(See Siting)
LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS
(See Interim Status Process) (See also Permit Process)
LOW LEVEL WASTE
(See Mixed Waste)
MACT STANDARDS
(See Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Standards)
MAJOR HANDLERS
MAJOR HANDLERS OF HW - DEFINITION
MANAGEMENT STANDARDS
(See Used Oil)
MANIFEST
(See Generators) (See also Transporters, DOT. Waste Minimization)	XREF
1985(12)
1995(28)
1996(01)
1987(45)
.1994(06)
.1985(05)
,1993(01)
.1995(01)
.1988(02)
,1987(68)
.1989(07)
.1988(04)
1987(11)
1990(34)
1991(01)
1991(01)
1988(01)
1990(05)
1993(06)
1985(02)
1989(08)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
05/30/85
08/24/95
02/27/96
06/16/87
10/24/94
OS/14/85
09/20/93
02/17/95
01/20/88
08/19/87
08/21/89
01/14/88
9441.1996(05) 06/19/96
XREF
9522.1983(02)
XREF
02/28/87
11/01/90
02/01/91
03/07/91
01/11/88
10/17/90
04/29/93
07/17/85
08/21/89
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
07/11/83
/ /
/ /

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MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
MARKETER
(See Used Oil)
MAXIMUM ACHIEVABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY (MACT) STANDARDS
(See Incineration)
MERCURY
METALS
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
{See also Hazardous Haste Identification)
•REGULATORY STATUS OF METALS RECOVERY UNDER RCRA
ABILITY OF A HAZARDOUS HASTE BURNING BIF TO SPIKE METALS AND USE OF TEST DATA IN LIEU OF A TRIAL BURN
ALTERNATIVE METALS ANALYSIS FOR HAZARDOUS HASTE COMBUSTORS
METALS PRODUCTION HASTES, APPLICABILITY OF MINING HASTE EXCLUSION - COMBUSTION OF HASTES AS INCINERATION
RCRA POLICY STATEMENT; LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS' DILUTION PROHIBITION AND COMBUSTION OF INORGANIC METAL-BEARING HAZARDOUS HASTES
SLUDGE HASTE HANDLING IF TEMP. EXCLUSION IS WITHDRAWN / FUTURE METALS RECOVERY-STEEL FACILITY
MINERAL PROCESSING
(See also Mining Haste)
•DEFINITION OF FORMERLY BEVILL EXEMPT WASTE
MINERAL PROCESSING FACILITIES, REPORT TO CONGRESS
MINING HASTE EXCLUSION INCLUDING PRIMARY PROCESSING BUT NOT SUBSEQUENT STEPS
MINIMUM SHELL THICKNESS
(See Tank System)
MINIMUM TECHNOLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS (MTR)
(See also Compatibility, HSHA, Land Disposal Facilities, Release, Surface Impoundment, TSDFs)
•EXISTING UNITS AND MINIMUM TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS
»LBR REQUIREMENTS DURING NATIONAL CAPACITY VARIANCE
ABOVE-GROUND LAND EMPLACEMENT FACILITIES, N.J. LAW
COMBINED NRC-EPA SITING GUIDELINES FOR DISPOSAL OF COMMERCIAL MIXED LOH-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE
EXISTING UNITS UNDER HSHA-APPLICABILITY OF MTR TO EXPANSIONS
MINIMUM TECHNOLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS HAIVER PETITION SECTION 3004(0)(2) (SHELL OIL)
MTR COMPLIANCE DATES FOR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS (THERMEX ENERGY)
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS, THERMEX ENERGY/RADIAN
REPLACEMENT UNIT, DEFINED - WASTE CONSOLIDATION FROM SEVERAL IMPOUNDMENTS
REPLACEMENT UNIT, DEFINITION, FOR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
SUBTITLE C IMPERMEABLE CAP REQUIREMENT FOR ON-SITE CONTAINMENT OF WOOD PRESERVING HASTES
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING REQUIREMENTS
TC RULE HAZARDOUS HASTE DETERMINATION
VERTICAL EXPANSION AT U.S. ECOLOGY'S TRENCH 10, BEATTY, NEVADA FACILITY
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9498.1994(10)
9498.1996(03)
9498.1994(09)
9441.1985(05)
9551,01-01
9433.1986(17)
XREF
9441.1995(12)
9475.1989(01)
9441.1986(81)
XREF
XREF
9487.
9551.
9487.
9480.
9432.
9522.
9484.
9521.
9484 .
9484.
9554.
9484.
9441.
9487.
1986(14)
1990(16)
1986 (04)
00-14
1985(04)
198B (03)
1987(11)
1987(01)
1987(01)
1986(01!
1990(15)
1987(02)
1991(12)
00-9
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
10/31/94
04/01/98
01/17/94
02/04/85
05/23/94
09/30/86
/ /
03/31/95
02/09/89
11/03/06
/ /
/ /
12/30/86
12/01/90
03/26/86
03/13/87
08/30/85
04/28/88
08/07/87
08/07/87
03/11/87
03/26/86
09/26/90
04/15/87
07/31/91
02/10/88
Double Liner
•RETROFITTING INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
9628.1988(03)
05/30/88

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STANDARDS AGAINST WHICH 3004(o)(2) EQUIVALENCY PETITION SHOULD BE COMPARED - DOUBLE LINER
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING AND TIME ALLOWED FOR CLOSURE
UCAPCO APPLICATION FOR A VARIANCE UNDER 3004(c)(2) OF RCRA
Leachate Collection/Detection System
•LINERS AND LEAK DETECTION SYSTEMS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS, SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, AND WASTE PILES
LINER/LEACHATE COLLECTION SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY
SECONDARY LEACHATE COLLECTION AND REMOVAL SYSTEMS - FML TOP LINERS
SOLIDTEK LANDFILL/LINER DESIGN
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING AND TIME ALLOWED FOR CLOSURE
UCAPCO APPLICATION FOR A VARIANCE UNDER 3004(c)(2) OF RCRA
Liners
~EXISTING SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS WITH LINERS
~LEAK NOTIFICATION AT A DOUBLE-LINED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
~LINER DESIGN CRITERIA
~LINERS AND LEAK DETECTION SYSTEMS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS, SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, AND WASTE PILES
~RETROFITTING FOR PERMITTED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
~WASTE PILE LINERS - MTR (264.251)
CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW LANDFILL CELL AND THE OMNIBUS PROVISION
DESIGN AND OPERATING STANDARDS
HSWA MINIMUM TECH REQUIREMENTS FOR LINERS AND LEACHATE COLLECTION SYSTEMS
LINER DESIGN COMMENTS (CWM, EMELLE,AL)
SOLIDTEK LANDFILL/LINER DESIGN
STANDARDS FOR SECONDARY CONTAINMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEMS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
VARIANCE FROM 264 LANDFILL LINER & LEACHATE COLLECTION REQUIREMENTS
Retrofit
~CHANGES DURING INTERIM STATUS - CORRECTION
•RETROFITTING FOR PERMITTED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
~RETROFITTING SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
ALTERNATE CONCENTRATION LIMIT (ACL) POLICY FOR HSWA PROVISIONS
CLARIFICATION OF THE REGULATORY STATUS OF A REFINERY DITCH SYSTEM
DECISION DEADLINES FOR RETROFITTING WAIVER REQUESTS
K103/K104 WASTE STREAMS - RELATIONSHIP OF CWA BAT, LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS, BDAT, AND DELISTING CRITERIA
NEUTRALIZATION SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, RETROFITTING VARIANCES
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING AND TIME ALLOWED FOR CLOSURE
MINING WASTE
9487.1906(11)
9523.00-12
94B4.00-Sa
9460.1967(02)
9484
9487
9484
9487
9523
9523
9484
9480
9522
9484
9487
9484
9484
9485
9528
9487
9480
9487
9487
9483
9523
9523
9523
9487
9528,
9484.
9476.
9481,
9432
9571,
9433
9484,
9484 ,
1992(01)
1986(10)
1987(03)
1985(08)
00-12
00-14
00-5a
1987(02)
1984(02)
1985(02)
1985104a)
1992(01)
1987(09)
1985(01)
1986(01)
1984(03)
1985(01)
1984(01)
1985(08)
1989(02)
00-14
00-12
00-15
1984(02)
1988(05)
1987(09)
1986(04)
1987(07)
1994(02)
1987(01)
1987(06)
1986(04)
00-5a
12/04/86
03/30/87
10/15/88
10/29/87
07/31/92
08/07/86
04/30/87
10/18/85
03/30/87
03/14/86
10/15/88
10/29/87
05/30/84
08/30/85
08/30/85
07/31/92
07/30/87
03/30/85
03/03/86
09/10/84
04/01/85
02/07/84
10/18/85
01/09/89
03/14/86
03/30/87
03/30/88
03/14/84
10/30/68
07/30/67
10/30/86
07/24/87
05/12/94
10/08/87
04/02/87
04/21/86
10/15/88
NATURAL GAS, OR GEOTHERMAL ENERGY - WASTE EXCLUSION
(See also Exclusions)
~EXPLORATION OR PRODUCTION OF CRUDE OIL,
~MINING EXCLUSION FOR SMELTER SLAG
~MINING WASTE EXCLUSION REINTERPRETATION
~MINING WASTE, K064, AND 3004(x)
~ORE AND MINERAL EXTRACTION, BENEFICIATION AND PROCESSING EXCLUSION APPLICABILITY
~POLLUTION CONTROL SLUDGE FROM TREATMENT OF MINING WASTE - EXCLUSION
APPROPRIATENESS OF THE EP/TCLP SIMULATION OF CO-DISPOSAL SITUATION FOR MINING WASTES
CHARACTERISTIC TESTS FOR DETERMINING THE HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTICS OF MINING WASTES
DECISION DEADLINES FOR RETROFITTING WAIVER REQUESTS
DROSS FROM ALUMINUM SMELTING USED IN MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT
XREF
9441.
9441.
9441,
9571.
9571.
9441.
9571.
9443.
9571.
9441.
1984(11)
1964(23)
1965(35)
1986(04)
1989(01)
1985(09)
1985(01)
1985(09)
1987(01)
1969(01)
/ /
04/30/84
07/31/84
10/30/85
07/30/86
01/30/89
02/28/85
10/03/85
10/03/85
10/08/87
02/07/89

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INDUSTRIAL FURNACES BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTES AND THE RESIDUALS GENERATED (LOUISIANA REG!
METALS PRODUCTION HASTES, APPLICABILITY OF MINING WASTE EXCLUSION - COMBUSTION OF WASTES AS INCINERATION
MINERAL PROCESSING RESIDUALS FROM COMBUSTION UNITS BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL
MINING LABORATORY WASTES UNDER 40 CFR 261.4(b)(7) - EXCLUSION OF
MINING WASTE AS NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE
MINING WASTE REGULATED UNDER SUBTITLE D RATHER THAN SUBTITLE C
SECONDARY MATERIALS RECYCLED IN PHOSPHORIC ACID RECIRCULATING SYSTEMS
94 94
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9S71
1987(02)
1985(OS)
1984(19)
1984(09)
1986(72)
1986(55)
1990(05)
04/15/87
02/04/85
08/15/84
05/09/84
09/16/86
07/16/86
06/27/90
Bevill Amendment
•DEFINITION OF FORMERLY BEVILL EXEMPT WASTE
~NEW WASTES NOT COVERED BY BEVILL EXCLUSION
APPLICABILITY OF MINING WASTE EXCLUSION TO WASTED LIMB KILN REFRACTORY BRICKS
BERYL PLANT AND RAFFINATE DISCARD CLASSIFICATION
BEVILL AMENDMENT APPLIED TO COAL GASIFICATION FACILITY
CHLORIDE- ILMENITE PROCESS WASTES
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATORY APPLICATION TO SOILS CONTAMINATED BY CEMENT KILN DUST
CLARIFICATION OF REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
INTERPRETATION OF THE BEVILL EXEMPT STATUS OF WASTES AT THE MAGCORP FACILITY
IRON AND STEEL SLAGS, REGULATORY STATUS
MINING WASTE EXCLUSION FOR A FERROALLOY FACILITY
MINING WASTE EXCLUSION INCLUDING PRIMARY PROCESSING BUT NOT SUBSEQUENT STEPS
MINING WASTES FROM SEARLES LAKE OPERATIONS
REGULATORY STATUS OF SOLID WASTE GENERATED FROM GOLD/MERCURY AMALGAM RETORTING
SCOPE OF BEVILL AMENDMENT AS IT APPLIES TO PHOSPHATE MINING, PHOSPHORIC ACID PRODUCTION, AND ANCILLARY FACILITIES
SHAM INCINERATION AND TREATMENT OF K048-K052 WASTES IN CEMENT KILNS AND INDUSTRIAL FURNACES
TREATMENT STANDARDS AND THE BEVILLE EXCLUSION
9441.
9571.
9441.
9571.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9498.
9441.
9571.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9494.
9554.
1995(12)
1989(02!
1994(11)
1990(01)
1987(76)
1991(05)
1993(16!
1994(13!
1994(05)
1990(04)
1986(48)
1986(81)
1993(12)
1993(04)
1992(10)
1991(02)
1990(10)
03/31/95
10/30/89
05/11/94
03/15/90
09/15/87
04/22/91
09/15/93
12/05/94
03/23/94
05/30/90
06/10/86
11/03/86
06/30/93
04/26/93
05/15/92
03/29/91
08/23/90
Boiler Slag
•MINING EXCLUSION FOR SMELTER SLAG
9441.1984(23) 07/31/84
Coal
BEVILL AMENDMENT APPLIED TO COAL GASIFICATION FACILITY
COAL ASH AS A SOLID WASTE
PRECIPITATION WHICH IS CORROSIVE DUE TO CONTACT WITH EXEMPT WASTES (COAL GASIFICATION ASH)
RESIDUAL WATER DERIVED FROM AN EXEMPT WASTE (COAL ASH! IS EXEMPT
RETORTED OIL SHALE AND COAL FLY ASH
STATUS OF MIXED COAL PRODUCTS
9441.1987(76)
9571.1990(02)
9441.1986(31)
9441.1986(49)
9571.1990(03)
9441.1996(03)
09/15/87
04/09/90
04/21/86
06/16/86
04/06/90
05/30/96
Energy Exploration Waste
•EXPLORATION OR PRODUCTION OF CRUDE OIL, NATURAL GAS, OR GEOTHERMAL ENERGY - WASTE EXCLUSION	9441.1984 (11)	04/30/84
•REGULATOR* STATUS OF NATURAL GAS CONDENSATE	9571.1993(01)	07/30/93
•REGULATOR* STATUS OF WASTE FROM OIL GATHERING PIPELINES	9441.1992(03)	01/31/92
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ISSUES REGARDING OIL AND GAS WASTES	9571.1993(02)	11/05/93
CLARIFICATION OF THE BOUNDARIES OF THE OIL FIELD RCRA EXEMPTION	9441.1989 (27a)	06/06/89
CLARIFICATION REGARDING THE SCOPE OF THE EXEMPTION FOR LARGE VOLUMES OF WASTES GENERATED AT EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION FACILITIES 9441.1988 (48a)	11/21/88
CLASSIFICATION OF WASTE FLUIDS ASSOCIATED WITH CLEAN UP OP CRUDE OIL LEAKS IN ACTIVE OIL FIELDS	9441.1991(05a)	OS/21/91
DRILLING OPERATIONS, EXEMPTION OF CERTAIN WASTE FROM	9441.1980(03)	09/04/80
Fosall Fuels
•FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTE EXCLUSION
•MINING EXCLUSION FOR SMELTER SLAG
•STATUS OF FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION WASTE EXCLUSION
STATUS OF MIXED COAL PRODUCTS
9441.1986(16)
9441.1984(23)
9441.1995(16)
9441.1996(03)
02/28/86
07/31/84
04/30/95
05/30/96
Large Volume Waste
BEVILL AMENDMENT APPLIED TO COAL GASIFICATION FACILITY
9441.1987(76) 09/15/87


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MISCELLANEOUS UNITS
(See Subpart X)
MIXED RADIOACTIVE WASTES
(See Mixed Waste)
MIXED RADIOACTIVE/RADIOACTIVE WASTES
(See Mixed Waste!
MIXED BASTE
•MIXED WASTE AND LAND BAN
ASPHALT MATERIALS DISPOSAL
EPA»S ASSESSMENT OP WHETHER AN UNUSED CHEMICAL ftND THE RESULTING SPENT MATERIAL ARE HAZARDOUS WASTE AND/OR MIXED WASTE
IS THE CHEMICAL POTASSIUM HEXACYANOCOBALT (II)-FERRATE (II), USED AT A DOE NUCLEAR PLANT, CONSIDERED A "MIXED WASTE" UNDER RCRA?
MIXED WASTE REGULATION
MIXTURES OF LISTED AND CHARACTERISTIC WASTES
PERCHLOROETHYLENE AND SURFACTANT, DISTILLATION OF RESIDUE CONTAINING
USED OIL BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY, INTERPRETATION OF SUBPART E
WASTES FROM STORAGE OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Atomic Energy Act (AEA)
APPLICABILITY OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO WIPP-DESTINED TRANSURANIC MIXED WASTE
BYPRODUCT MATERIAL AND MIXED WASTE, AEA AND DOE INTERFACE
BYPRODUCT MATERIAL, DEFINITION OP
HIGH-LEVEL, TRANSURANIC, AND LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE
JURISDICTION AND REGULATION OP MIXED WASTE MANAGEMENT INCLUDING INCINERATION AND LOCATION CRITERIA
. By-Product
BRASS DROSS SKIMMINGS, SEPARATION OF METALS AND OXIDES, BY-PRODUCT
BY-PRODUCT CRUDE OIL TftNK BOTTOMS
BYPRODUCT MATERIAL, DEFINITION OF
DISTILLATION OR FRACTIONATION COLUMN BOTTOMS FROM THE PRODUCTION OF CHLOROBENZENE
DROSS FROM ALUMINUM SMELTING USED IN MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT
DROVE RECLAMATION IN BRASS INDUSTRY, BY-PRODUCT DESIGNATION
METAL GALVANIZING PROCESS RESIDUES AS BY-PRODUCTS/SECONDARY MATERIALS
ON-SITE INCINERATION OP A WASTE THAT IS BOTH A BY-PRODUCT MATERIAL AND HAZARDOUS
Mixed Radioactive Wastes
~LEAD USED AS SHIELDING IN LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL
•MIXED RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE, DISPOSAL OF
ACCEPTABILITY UNDER THE RCRA LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS OP TWO METHODS OF MACROENCAPSULATION FOR MIXED WASTES AT ROCK* FLATS
APPLICABILITY OF A PROPOSED HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATION TO CERTAIN DOE RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES
BULKING AND CONSOLIDATING SHIPMENTS OF COMPATIBLE WASTES WITH DIFFERENT HAZARDOUS CODES
BYPRODUCT MATERIAL AND MIXED WASTE, AEA AND DOB INTERFACE
COMBINED NRC-EPA SITING GUIDELINES FOR DISPOSAL OF COMMERCIAL MIXED LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE
CORRECTIVE ACTION/PERMIT ISSUES - U.S. ARMY - ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
EPA'S DETERMINATION ON WHETHER MACROENCAPSULATION PROCESS ADDRESSES THE REQUIREMENTS OF 40 CFR SECTION 268.45, TABLE 1
HIGH-LEVEL, TRANSURANIC, AND LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE
INTERIM STATUS REQUIREMENTS FOR NRC LICENSEES MANAGING RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE, CLARIFICATION
JURISDICTION AND REGULATION OF MIXED WASTE MANAGEMENT INCLUDING INCINERATION AND LOCATION CRITERIA
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS EFFECT ON STORAGE/DISPOSAL OF COMMERCIAL MIXED WASTE
MANAGEMENT OF MIXED WASTE
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9551.
9443.
9442.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9495.
9444 .
1989(02)
1988(03)
1996(01)
1995(30)
1987(102)
1987(68)
1985(10)
1989(01)
1980(03)
9489.1996(01)
9441.1986 (46)
9432.1986(10)
9441.1987(41)
9541.1986(14)
9441.
9441.
9432.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9432.
9441
9431
9554
9482
9461
9441
9480
9502
9554
9441
9528
9541
9555
9441
1985(21)
1986(37)
1986(10)
1988(11)
1989(01)
1989(15)
1989(14)
1986(14)
1992(12)
1988<029
1994 (03)
.1994(01!
1985(01)
1986(46)
.00-14
.1986(09)
1995(02)
1987(41)
,1989(13)
,1986(14)
,00-01
,1992(07)
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
03/30/89
03/22/88
03/25/96
09/13/95
07/30/87
08/19/87
04/10/85
05/15/89
11/17/80
02/08/96
06/02/86
04/12/86
06/01/87
07/03/86
06/06/85
05/01/86
04/12/86
04/21/88
02/07/89
04/05/89
04/02/89
09/06/86
05/31/92
01/30/88
02/16/94
09/02/94
09/19/85
06/02/86
03/13/87
05/08/86
09/19/95
06/01/87
10/15/89
07/03/86
09/28/90
03/31/92

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MIXED RADIOACTIVE HOSPITAL WASTES AND THE DOMESTIC SEWAGE EXCLUSION
MIXED WASTE (DOE FACILITIES!, DEFINITION OF
MIXED WASTE DISPOSAL FROM RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS
MIXED WASTE MANAGEMENT: NORTHWEST INTERSTATE COMPACT
ON-SITE INCINERATION OF A WASTE THAT IS BOTH A BY-PRODUCT MATERIAL AND HAZARDOUS
RADIOACTIVE WASTE EXEMPTION IN NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA
RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION OF SPENT NUCLEAR REACTOR FUELS
RECYCLED GASOLINE/WATER AND FUEL OIL/WATER MIXTURES
REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS OP RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE
REGULATION OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE AT DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY FACILITIES
SCINTILLATION COUNTING' COCKTAIL
SCINTILLATION VIALS CONTAINING DDOl WASTES, MANAGEMENT OF
SMALL-VOLUME MIXED WASTE LABORATORY GENERATED MATERIALS AND LEAD
STATE AUTHORIZATION AND REGULATION OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES
STATE AUTHORIZATION TO REGULATE HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES
STATS PROGRAM ADVISORY *2 - RCRA AUTHORIZATION TO REGULATE MIXED WASTE
TC APPLICABILITY TO MIXED WASTE
TREATMENT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES AT HAZARDOUS WASTE PERMITTED TSDF
TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CERTAIN MIKED RADIOACTIVE WASTES
Mixed Radloact ive/Radioactlve Wastes
DIOXIN-CONTAINING LABORATORY WASTE WITH RADIOACTIVE PROPERTIES
JOINT NRC-EPA GUIDANCE ON AN APPROACH FOR COMMERCIAL MIXED LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITIES
LIQUID SCINTILLATION COCKTAIL SOLUTION PRODUCT, READ* SAFE
MIXED WASTE REGULATION - RCRA REQUIREMENTS VS. NRC REQUIREMENTS
ON-SITE INCINERATION OP A WASTE THAT IS BOTH A BY-PRODUCT MATERIAL AND HAZARDOUS
TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL METHODS FOR LOW-LEVEL WASTES THAT CONTAIN UNCONTAMINATED OR RADIOACTIVE LEAD
9441
9503
9554
9441
94 32
9541
9442
9441
9541
9528
9443
9525
9551
9541
9541
9541
9441
9525
9554
1986(94)
1985(01)
1988(04)
1992(15)
1986(14)
1984(08)
1993(04)
1986(22)
1986(19)
1987(14)
1987(04)
1986(04)
1988(07)
1987(04)
1986(20)
00-6
1991(02!
1990(02)
1990(14)
9441.1985(26)
9487.00-8
9443.1988(02!
9451.1989(02)
9432.1986(14)
9441.1987(52)
12/19/86
05/10/85
06/13/88
06/03/92
09/06/86
09/13/84
11/22/93
03/19/86
10/14/86
11/12/87
03/11/87
08/11/86
06/13/88
06/29/87
10/20/86
07/30/87
02/12/91
10/17/90
12/27/90
07/05/85
08/03/87
01/13/88
06/26/89
09/06/86
06/26/87
NRC
COMBINED NRC-EPA SITING GUIDELINES FOR DISPOSAL OF COMMERCIAL MIXED LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE
MIXED WASTE REGULATION - RCRA REQUIREMENTS VS. NRC REQUIREMENTS
SCINTILLATION COUNTING COCKTAIL
STATE AUTHORIZATION AND REGULATION OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES
9480.00-14
9451.1989(02)
9443.1987(04)
9541.1987(04)
03/13/87
06/26/89
03/11/87
06/29/87
MIXTURE RULE
(See also Derived-From-Rule)
•DILUTION OF F003 WASTES
•GENERATOR STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO TRANSPORTERS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE I.D.
~HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTED SOLELY FOR SUBPART C CHARACTERISTICS
•MIXTURE EXCLUSION
•MIXTURE RULE - DISCHARGES TO WASTEWATER
•MIXTURES OF USED OIL AND CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE
•SOLVENT DRIPPINGS FOR DEGREASING OPERATIONS
•SOLVENT DRIPPINGS FROM DEGREASINQ OPERATIONS
•SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE
•SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO SPILL OF TOLUENE/BENZENE MIXTURE - CERCLA INTERFACE
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE CONTAINED IN A SAND-METAL-SOLVENT MIXTURE
ACETONE AND METHANOL CONTAMINATED WASHWATERS
ASBESTOS AS A HAZARDOUS WASTE
ASH RESIDUE GENERATED FROM INCINERATION OF K045
BAN ON USE OF LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS
BURNING CHARACTERISTIC OFF-SPECIFICATION PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITY, MIXTURE OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTES (CALCON)
CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE STREAMS FROM POLYMERIC COATING OPERATIONS
CLARIFICATION OF THE "MIXTURE RULE," THE "CONTAINED-IN" POLICY, LDR ISSUES, AND "POINT OF GENERATION" FOR U096
XREF
9441.
9453.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9522.
9443.
9441.
9443.
9441.
9443.
944 3.
9444 .
9444 .
9441 .
9487.
9441.
9441.
9442.
9551.
1986(97)
1989(01)
1988(14)
1986(74)
1990(34)
1987(02)
1993(02)
1987(19)
1987(08)
1987(18)
1985(11)
1989(07)
1989(05)
1980(05)
1987(12)
1986(07)
1986(95)
1986(33)
1995(01)
1996(01)
/ /
12/30/86
04/30/89
04/30/88
09/30/86
11/01/90
12/30/87
02/28/93
03/30/87
04/30/87
03/30/87
11/30/85
07/10/89
07/21/89
11/18/80
03/03/87
04/27/86
12/23/86
04/23/86
01/26/95
02/27/96

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CLOSURE FLAN FOR THE HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE UNITS AT VERTAC'S SHUTDOWN MANUFACTURING PLANT
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF TREATED WASTES - USE OF SW-846 METHODS, WASTE IDENTIFICATION
DEFINITION OF SIGNIFICANT CONCENTRATIONS OF HALOGENATED HAZARDOUS CONSTITUENTS AS CONTAINED IN USED OIL
DELISTING ACTION - STATUS OF HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE
DELISTING CRITERIA/LEACHATE LEVELS
DEPLETED MIXTURES OF ETHYLENE GLYCOL AND WATER FROM HEAT EXCHANGERS
DERIVED FROM/MIXTURE RULE APPLICATION TO REFINERY WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
EFFECTS OF THE SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR RULE ON VARIOUS GENERATOR WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS NOT IN FOOT-009 LISTINGS
ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA CONTAMINATED WITH RCRA-LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES - LEACHATE LEVELS
F SOLVENT WASTES
GENERATION AND TREATMENT OF K044 WASTE
HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTIC - BASIS FOR LISTING
HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTING FOR F006 WASTE
INTERPRETATION OF THE MIXTURE RULE EXEMPTION AS IT RELATES TO SCRUBBER WATER FROM THE INCINERATION OF CERTAIN SOLVENTS
LEACHATE AND PRECIPITATION RUN-OFF AT LPs, WASTE PILES, AND LT UNITS, HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM MIXTURE OF
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED WASTES TO SURFACE WATERS, MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO
MANAGEMENT OF WASTES PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION INTO SEWER
METHANOL RECOVERY SYSTEM - CLARIFICATION OF WASTE STATUS
MIXING OF METHANOL AS NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE
MIXING RULE DEFINITION
MIXTURE OF CHARACTERISTIC WASTE AND LISTED WASTE, ASH FROM INCINERATION
MIXTURE OF F003 AND A SOLID WASTE AND DELISTING REQUIREMENTS
MIXTORE OF METHANOL AND SOLID WASTE WHICH DOES NOT EXHIBIT ANY CHARACTERISTICS
MIXTURE RULE CALCULATION - INCLUDING VOLATILIZED SOLVENT
MIXTURE RULE CALCULATION - INCLUDING VOLATILIZED SOLVENT
MIXTURES OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTES
MIXTURES OF SOLID WASTE AND A WASTE LISTED SOLELY BECAUSE IT EXHIBITS A CHARACTERISTIC
PAINT WASTES AND THE SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS
PESTICIDE APPLICATOR WASHING RINSE WATER
PESTICIDE APPLICATOR WASHING RINSEWATER
PETROLEUM REFINERY WW, MIXTURE AND DERIVED-FROM RULES
PROPER DISPOSAL OF SILVER NITRATE AND CHLOROFORM AS LABORATORY CHEMICALS
RAILROAD TIES AS HAZARDOUS WASTES UNDER THE MIXTURE RULE, SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR
REFINERY WASTEWATER
REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE MIXING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE SOLVENTS AND USED OIL
REGULATORY DETERMINATION - SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS AND THE MIXTURE RULE
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS PERTAINING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF WASTE SOLVENTS AND USED OIL
REGULATORY STATUS OF ABSORBENT MATERIAL WHEN MIXED WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE PRIOR TO INCINERATION
REGULATORY STATUS OF LABORATORY WASTEWATER
SAMPLING LOCATION IN A SEPARATOR - THICKENER TREATMENT TRAIN AND THE MIXTURE RULE
SECONDARY MATERIALS RECYCLED IN PHOSPHORIC ACID RECIRCULATING SYSTEMS
SOLVENT/MIXTURE BLENDS
SPENT FLUIDIZED BED MEDIA AND CHANGES UNDER INTERIM STATUS
SPENT SOLVENT MIXTURE (NALCAST 6015/WATER/WAX)
STATUS OF MIXED COAL PRODUCTS
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN PIPELINES LEADING TO A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
USE OF WASTE LEATHER TRIMMINGS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF ABSORBED MATERIALS
USED OIL CONTAMINATION THROUGH NORMAL USE OR MIXING WITH HAZARDOUS WASTES - RECYCLING DEFINED
WASHWATERS GENERATED FROM WASHING PESTICIDE APPLICATOR TRUCKS
WASTE GENERATED BY AN INCINERATOR TRIAL BURN OF SAND SPIKED WITH TRICHLOROBENZENE AND HEXACHLOROETHANE
WASTES CONTAINING F001-F00S CONSTITUENTS
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM, SOLVENT RECOVERY STILL BOTTOMS IN
94 88.
9445.
9592.
9433.
9433.
9441.
9441.
9451.
9444.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9551.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9471.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9441.
9443.
9441.
9441
9441
9444
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9433
9571
9444
9444
9444
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
1987 (01)
1987(03al
1996(011
1987(16)
1986(01)
1989(42!
1987(70)
1986(01)
1988(07)
1989 £30)
1986 (03)
1985(03)
1988(12)
1984(32)
.1986(78)
.1994(16)
.1984(37)
.1986(07)
.1986(73)
.1987(46)
.1983(01)
.1981(06!
.1985(32)
.1987(65)
.1986(23)
.1987(28!
.1987(28)
.1987(06)
.1985(38)
.1987(17)
.1985(42!
.1985(05)
.1985(29)
.1993(01)
.1980(04)
.1980(02)
.1992(38)
.1992(211
,1992(36)
.1992(29)
.1992(01)
.1986(11)
.1990(05)
.1988(06)
.1986(28)
.1985(15)
.1996(03)
.1986(62)
.1996(04)
.1984(30!
.1986(44!
.1988(04)
.1988(05!
.1985(43)
02/09/87
11/17/87
02/08/96
07/31/87
01/07/86
08/04/89
08/28/87
03/17/86
04/07/88
06/19/89
01/07/86
04/01/85
11/04/88
11/07/84
10/12/86
06/10/94
11/14/84
01/23/86
09/25/86
06/17/87
07/12/83
06/09/81
10/07/85
08/17/87
03/21/86
04/30/87
04/30/87
01/27/87
11/20/85
05/20/87
12/13/85
07/22/85
08/23/85
02/23/93
11/17/80
11/13/80
11/05/92
07/16/92
10/28/92
09/04/92
01/15/92
04/24/86
06/27/90
03/31/88
12/05/86
06/24/85
05/30/96
08/19/86
06/11/96
10/22/84
05/30/86
01/14/88
02/22/88
12/17/85

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MOBILE TREATMENT WITS
(See also Permit Process, Permit Conditions)
* MOBILE WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS
MOBILE RECYCLING UNIT FOR REPROCESSING WASTE SOLVENTS
MOBILE SOLVENT RECYCLER, GENERATOR DETERMINATION FOR
PROPOSED MECHANISM FOR HANDLING MOBILE TREATMENT UNITS
MODELS
SUBSURFACE FATE AND TRANSPORT MODEL
MODIFICATIONS
(See Permit Process under Permit Modification)
MONITORING
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
MORE STRINGENT/BROADER IN SCOPE
{See State Authorization)
MUNICIPAL LANDFILL
(See also Solid Waste)
LEACHATE FROM A MUNICIPAL LANDFILL, REGULATION OF
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF LIQUIDS AND ABSORBENT MATERIALS CONTAINING LIQUIDS
Sanitary Landfill
LEACHATE FROM A MUNICIPAL LANDFILL, REGULATION OF
NONHAZARDOUS LIQUID WASTEWATERS AND SLUDGES IN SANITARY LF UNDER RCRA AND HSWA, DISPOSAL OF
SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS & LEACHATE FROM SANITARY LFs THAT RECEIVED HAZARDOUS WASTE
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION
(See alao Incineration)
•REGULATION OF MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION ASH
EXEMPTION FOR MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION ASH FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATION
IMPACT OF DRAFT HAZARDOUS WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY ON OHIO'S REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF AIR REGULATIONS
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION ASH
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION RESIDUES-ASH AND SLUDGE
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION, DISPOSAL OF RESIDUAL ASH
MUNICIPAL WASTE INCINERATOR ASH MANAGEMENT
RESIDUES FROM U.S. NAVY SALVAGE FUEL BOILER
REVISED IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY FOR CITY OF CHICAGO V. EDP MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION (MWCI ASH SUPREME COURT DECISION
MUNITIONS
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)
NATIONAL VARIANCE
(See Land Disposal Restrictions)
XREF
9432.1987(05)
9441.1966(30)
9432.1986(13)
9525.1982(01)
XREF
9431.1991(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9441.1983(08)
9551.1993(04)
9441.1983(08)
9574.1985(01)
9444.1983(01)
XREF
9573.
9573.
9573,
9573.
9443.
9443.
9573.
9441.
9441.
1991(01)
00-01
1994(01)
1990(02)
1986(13)
1987(06)
1986(01)
1987(16)
199S(11)
XREF
XREF
/ /
06/30/87
04/16/86
08/06/86
01/29/82
/ /
03/26/91
/ I
/ /
/ /
/ /
10/21/83
11/17/93
10/21/83
01/22/85
06/10/83
/ /
05/01/91
09/18/92
01/10/94
03/29/90
05/27/86
04/08/87
06/27/86
03/17/87
03/22/95
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NATURAL GAS
~EXPLORATION OR PRODUCTION OF CRUDE OIL, NATURAL GAS. OR GEOTHERMAL ENERGY - WASTE EXCLUSION
•PRODUCED WATERS FROM NATURAL GAS EXPLORATION - EXCLUSION
•REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS CONDENSATE
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ISSUES REGARDING OIL AND GAS WASTES
REGULATORY STATUS OF DRIP GAS GENERATED ALONG NATURAL GAS TRANSMISSION PIPELINES
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS PIPELINE CONDENSATE
NEW UNIT
(See Construction!
NO-MIGRATION VARIANCE
(See Land Disposal Restrictions)
NONCOMPLIANCE
(See Data)
NONHAZARDOUS LIQUIDS
(See Liquid Waste)
NOTIFICATION
(See also Burning and Blending, EPA X.D. Number, Land Disposal Restrictions) (See Universal Wastes)
•LEAK NOTIFICATION AT A DOUBLE-LINED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
•NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RECYCLABLE MATERIALS
•TANK REPLACEMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS AND STORAGE STANDARDS FOR MARKETERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
BURNING OF USED OIL IN THE MARINE INDUSTRY AND USED OIL GENERATOR NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
DECISION NOT TO REQUIRE NOTIFICATION FROM GENERATORS WHO BURN SPECIFICATION USED OIL ON-SITE
INTERIM STATUS QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS TO HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL STORAGE FACILITIES, APPLIED
MARKETING OR BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL, NOTIFICATION OF
NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR TREATABILITY STUDIES
PROPOSED PERMIT-BY-RULE FOR USED OIL RECYCLERS
RECYCLING ACTIVITIES
NPDES FACILITIES
(See Clean Water Act, Wastewater)
NRC
(See Mixed Waste!
OB/OD
(See Subpart X under Open Burning/Open Detonation)
OBTAINING INTERIM STATUS
(See Interim Status Process)
XREF
9441.1994(11)
9441.1984(21)
9571.1993(01)
9571.1993(02)
9444.1993(03)
9442.1994(05)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9484.
9441.
9477.
9494.
9495.
9495.
9528.
9494.
9441,
9495.
9451.
1985(02)
1988(13)
1988(03)
1986(05)
1986(09)
1987 COS)
1986(10)
1986(01)
1992(30)
1986(30)
1989(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
/ /
04/30/84
07/31/84
07/30/93
11/05/93
09/09/93
04/15/94
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
08/30/85
04/30/88
07/30/88
04/11/86
04/21/86
03/26/87
11/13/86
02/09/86
09/09/92
11/24/86
05/03/89
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /

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OFF-SITE FACILITIES
•ACCEPTANCE OF WASTE IN A PERMITTED FACILITY
•MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS AND THE OFF-SITE DEFINITION
•MANIFESTING REQUIREMENTS AND EPA IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
EPA I.D. NUMBER AND FACILITY LOCATION
OFF-SPECIFICATION
(See Lilted Hazardous Waate)
OILY WASTE
(See also Hazardous Haste Identification)
~PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE CLASSIFICATION
CLARIFICATION AND/OR RECONSIDERATION OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN EPA'S FINAL RULE ON RECOVERED OIL
CLARIFICATION AS TO WHETHER DEWATERING IS A PROCESS THAT TRIGGERS EPA'S USED OIL PROCESSOR REQUIREMENTS
DELISTING TESTING REQUIREMENTS, CYANIDE AND OTHER WASTES, STEEL INDUSTRY
EXCLUSION FROM REGULATION FOR CHARACTERISTIC AND LISTED WASTES - LEACHATE LEVELS
GENERATOR WITH RESPECT TO REGULATION OF OPERATIONAL WASTES PROM SHIPS, DEFINITION
METHODS 1310 AND 13JO: EXTRACTION PROCEDURE AND EXTRACTION PROCEDURE FOR OILY WASTE
RETORTED OIL SHALE AND COAL FLY ASH
SAMPLING PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION ADDRESSING HSWA REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYZING FOR APPENDIX VIII COMPOUNDS
TCLP EXTRACTIONS APPLIED TO LIQUID WASTES, OILS AND SOLVENT-BASED PRODUCTS
OMNIBUS PROVISION
•CORRECTIVE ACTION AUTHORITIES
•THE OMNIBUS PROVISION AND PERMITS
APPLICABILITY OF OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO WASTE MINIMIZATION AMD COMBUSTION STRATEGY
APPLICABILITY OF THE OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW LANDFILL CELL AND THE OMNIBUS PROVISION
ECOLOTEC PERMIT REMAND ORDER AND USE OF THE OMNIBUS PROVISION
GUIDANCE ON TRIAL BURN FAILURES
PROPOSED RULES IMPACT ON PERMIT DEADLINES
ON-SITE WASTE MANAGEMENT
(See also Permit Process, Generators)
DELISTING PETITIONS FOR K-WASTES MANAGED IN ON-SITE LAND-BASED UNITS-MONITORING REQUIREMENTS
DELISTING POLICY ALLOWS EXCLUSION OF SEPARATE WASTE TREATMENT UNITS AT MULTI-UNIT FACILITIES
INTERPRETATION OF GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS AS APPLIED TO VARIOUS ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE SCENARIOS
KQ06 WASTE AND ONSITE DISPOSAL UNIT CONTAINING THESE WASTES
OIL/WATER EMULSIONS GENERATED BY PETROLEUM REFINERY WW SYSTEMS-K049 WASTE
ON-SITE INCINERATION OF A WASTE THAT IS BOTH A BY-PRODUCT MATERIAL AND HAZARDOUS
ON-SITE TREATMENT BY GENERATORS UNDER 263,34
PERMIT ISSUES REGARDING ON-SITE TREATMENT BY FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATION
STATUS OF MIXED COAL PRODUCTS
TEMPORARY EXCLUSION APPLIED TO ONLY ONE FACILITY (MONROE AUTO)
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS
XREF
9472.1983(02)
9452.1989(02)
9452.1990(01)
9461.1989(03)
XREF
OPEN BURNING/OPEN DETONATION (OB/OD)
(See Subpart X, Federal Facilities)
XREF
9444.
9441.
9592.
9433.
9441.
9432.
9443.
9571.
9433.
9442.
XREF
9502.
9520.
9498.
9496.
9528.
9524.
9498.
9501.
XREF
9433.
9433.
9451.
9432.
9441.
9432.
9453.
9522.
9441.
9441.
9453.
XREF
1991(01)
1995(17)
1995(01)
1984(06)
1986(03)
1986(05)
1987(14)
1990(03)
1986(23)
1991(14)
1995(02)
1986(01)
1996(05)
1996(01)
1986(01)
1989(02)
1994(04)
1987(03)
1987(21)
1987(22!
1996(06)
1987(09)
1984(35)
1986(14)
1987(031
1985(05)
1996(03)
1987(30)
1987(02)
/ /
07/30/83
09/30/89
02/25/90
08/18/89
/ /
/ /
02/01/91
05/03/95
08/10/95
12/18/84
01/07/86
02/05/86
08/11/87
04/06/90
12/30/86
10/29/91
/ /
02/26/95
02/28/86
05/10/96
02/26/96
03/03/86
03/02/89
07/05/94
12/28/87
/ /
09/28/87
10/02/87
05/01/96
08/19/87
12/07/84
09/06/86
07/01/87
12/13/85
05/30/96
04/30/87
03/25/87
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OPERATING LIFE
(See Permit Conditions!
OSHA
(See also Health and Safety)
STANDARDS FOR AIR PATHWAY FOR METALS AND ORGANIC CHEMICALS
OWNER/OPERATOR
(See also Permit Application!
*CHANGES IN INTERIM STATUS - SELLING PART OF A FACILITY
*GENERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES: FACILITY OWNER/OPERATOR OR MOBILE RECYCLING UNIT OPERATOR
~MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS
•OWNER AND OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES DURING OPERATING LIFE AND CLOSURE
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS AND STORAGE STANDARDS FOR MARKETERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
CONTAINERS STORING HAZARDOUS WASTE, REQUIREMENTS
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION/PERMIT ISSUES - U.S. ARMY - ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
LINER/LEACHATE COLLECTION SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY
OPERATOR AT DOE OAK RIDGE FACILITY, DETERMINATION OF
OPERATOR AT GOVERNMENT-OWNED CONTRACTOR-OPERATED (GOCO) FACILITIES
OWNER/OPERATOR UNDER RCRA AND CERCLA, DEFINITION OF
PERMIT ISSUES REGARDING ON-SITE TREATMENT BY FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATION
PERMITS ISSUED TO BOTH OWNERS AND OPERATORS IF DIFFERENT PEOPLE
P-WASTES
(See Listed Hazardous Haste)
PAINT FILTER TEST
(See also SW-846!
•LIQUIDS AND FREE LIQUIDS, DEFINITION OF
LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTES IN LANDFILLS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
Free Liquids
•CALIFORNIA LIST
•LIQUIDS AND FREE LIQUIDS, DEFINITION OF
~PH TESTING OF SOLID/WATER MIXTURE
•THE LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS PROHIBITION AND SORBED FREE LIQUIDS
AQUEOUS SOLUTION, IGNITABILITY DEFINED
BAN ON USE OF LIQUIDS IN LANDFILLS
CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE STREAMS FROM POLYMERIC COATING OPERATIONS
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF TREATED WASTES - USE OF SW-846 METHODS, WASTE IDENTIFICATION
LIQUID WASTE, DEFINITION OF
PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST USED TO DETERMINE COMPLIANCE WITH THE CALIFORNIA LIST RESTRICTIONS
PCB-CONTAMINATED WASTES, STABILIZATION OF
SOLIDIFICATION OF CALIFORNIA LIST LIQUID WASTES AND THE DILUTION PROHIBITION
WASTE AS LIQUID OR SOLID, DETERMINATION OF
PAINT WASTE
(See Hazardous Waste Identification) (See also Listed Hazardous Waste, Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
XREF
XREF
9551.1991(04)
XREF
9S28.
9453.
9441.
9471.
9494.
9482.
9502,
9S02,
9487,
9432
9472,
9432
9522
9522,
1987(16!
1984(03!
1987(71!
1984(04)
1986(05)
1986(01!
00-2
1986(09)
1986(10)
1984(01)
1987(01)
1987(12!
1985(05)
1984(03)
XREF
XREF
9432.1985(03)
9487.1985(04)
9523.00-14
9554
9432
9443
9487
9443
9487
9442
9445
9432
9553
9487
9551
9445
,1987(03)
,1985(03)
.1983(03)
.1995(01)
.1985(02!
,1906(07)
.1995(01)
,1987(03a)
.1981(01!
,1987(15!
,1988(01)
,1987(23)
.1984(06)
XREF
/ /
/ /
01/30/91
/ /
11/30/87
12/30/84
08/30/87
08/30/84
04/11/86
01/21/86
04/18/86
05/08/86
08/07/B6
01/27/84
06/24/87
10/28/87
12/13/85
07/30/84
/ /
/ /
OS/30/85
08/07/85
03/14/86
07/30/87
05/30/85
02/28/83
01/31/95
02/26/8S
04/27/86
01/26/95
11/17/87
06/28/81
12/03/87
02/03/88
11/13/87
07/30/84
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PART ft PERMIT APPLICATION
(See Permit Application) (See also Interim Status Process)
PART B PERMIT APPLICATION
(See Permit Application) (See also Interim Status Process)
PARTIAL CLOSURE
(See Closure Process)
PCBs
•INTERIM STATUS FOR RECEIVING SQG WASTE
ACCEPTABLE LEVELS OF RESIDUAL CONTAMINANTS IN THE EPA INCINERATOR RESIDUES (REVISION)
MUNICIPAL HASTE COMBUSTION RESIDUES-ASH AND SLUDGE
PCB - CONTAMINATED WASTES, STABILIZATION OF
RCRA TEST METHODS & QA ACTIVITIES
SOXTEC EXTRACTION SYSTEM VS. SOXKLET EXTRACTION SYSTEM FOR PREPARATION OF PCB SAMPLES
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE CONTAMINATED WITH POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS iPCBs)
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
(See Boilers and Industrial Furnaces!
PERMIT APPLICATION
•INTERIM STATUS AND SQG
•PART B APPLICATION
•PERMIT APPLICATION AND RENEWAL
213 OF HSWA, REQUIREMENTS - PERMIT ISSUANCE AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE
CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS FOR FEDERAL FACILITIES AND IRP ACTIVITIES
EPA AUTHORITY TO CONSIDER PERMIT APPLICANT HISTORY OF COMPLIANCE WITH RCRA
INCINERATORS FOR DESTRUCTION OF NERVE AGENTS, HIGH PRIORITY PERMITTING
OPERATOR AT GOVERNMENT-OWNED CONTRACTOR-OPERATED iGOCOS FACILITIES
PERMITTING UNITS OR FACILITIES THAT HAVE LOST INTERIM STATUS
Incomplete Part B's
INADEQUATE PART B PERMIT APPLICATION
Owner/Operator
•GENERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES: FACILITY OWNER/OPERATOR OR MOBILE RECYCLING UNIT OPERATOR
•OWNER AND OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES DURING OPERATING LIFE AND CLOSURE
OWNER/OPERATOR UNDER RCRA AND CERCLA, DEFINITION OF
PERMITS ISSUED TO BOTH OWNERS AND OPERATORS IF DIFFERENT PEOPLE
Part A Permit Application
•CHANGES DURING INTERIM STATUS - CORPORATE REORGANIZATION
•EXISTING PORTION OF A LAND DISPOSAL UNIT, DEFINITION (260.10)
•INTERIM STATUS PART A APPLICATION WITHDRAWL
•MIXED RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE, DISPOSAL OF
CARBON REGENERATION UNITS - REGULATORY STATUS
CEMENT KILN BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUELS DURING INTERIM STATUS
CLARIFICATION OF "DEFINITION OF FACILITY" AND PART A MAPPING REQUIREMENTS
Page No. 100
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9528.1986(06)
9488.1985(03)
9443.1986(13)
9487.1988(01)
9441.1988(31)
9443.1988(08)
9444.1989(10)
XREF
XREF
9521.1986(OSa)
9522.1985(02)
9S23.1994(01)
9522.1985(03)
9502.1986(14)
9523.1991(01)
9501.1986(01)
9472.1987(01)
9528.1986(11)
9521.1984(01)
9453.1984(03)
9471.1984 (04)
9432.1987(12)
9522.1984(03)
9528.1985(04)
9432.1982(01)
9453.1991(01)
9431.1988(02)
9489.1991(04)
9528.1987(10)
9523.1993(01)
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
07/30/86
04/01/85
05/27/86
02/03/88
07/30/88
05/31/88
09/22/89
/ /
/ /
05/30/86
03/31/85
09/30/94
07/05/85
08/22/86
03/13/91
09/11/86
06/24/87
12/10/B6
05/02/84
12/30/84
08/30/84
10/28/87
07/30/84
10/30/85
08/30/82
06/01/91
01/30/88
08/02/91
09/03/87
10/07/93

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LAND OWNER SIGNATURE ON PART A
PERMITTING UNITS CREATED FOR FACILITY CLOSURE
REGULATION OP RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE AT DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY FACILITIES
Part B Permit Application
~CONTENTS OF PART B PERMIT APPLICATION: TRAFFIC REQUIREMENTS
•EXPOSURE INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS
•PART B PERMIT APPLICATION CHECKLISTS
~RCRA PERMITS FOR MOBILE TREATMENT UNITS
•SUMPS IN THE PART B PERMIT APPLICATION
•TOPO MAP REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTAINER STORAGE FACILITIES
•TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC WASTE PART B PERMIT APPLICATION DEADLINES
CALL-IN OF STORAGE AND TREATMENT APPLICATIONS
CLARIFICATION ON THE AMOUNT, TYPE, AND FREQUENCY OF TRAINING REQUIRED FOR PERSONNEL HANDLING HAZARDOUS HASTE AT FACILITIES
COMPLYING WITH RCRA INTERIM STATUS STANDARDS WHILE DEVELOPING A PERMIT APPLICATION
CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW LANDFILL CELL AND THE OMNIBUS PROVISION
FILING PART B PERMIT APPLICATION
GWM DATA IN PART B APPLICATIONS
IMMEDIATE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS
INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS & CLEAN CLOSED WASTE PILES, CODIFICATION RULE 12/01/87
LAND TREATMENT PERMIT APPLICATIONS - REFINERY WASTE ANALYSES GUIDANCE
MISCELLANEOUS UNITS SUBPART X, IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE
PART B PERMIT APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR SQG TREATMENT FACILITIES
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS, THERMEX ENERGY/RADIAN
POST-CLOSURE PERMIT PART B REQUIREMENTS
PROVISIONS IN PART B APPLICATIONS PRIOR TO EFFECTIVE DATE AND FINAL RULE
RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROGRAM
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS PROVISIONS AS IT APPLIES TO OB/OD FACILITIES
REQUIRED SIGNATURES ON PART B PERMIT APPLICATIONS
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM 
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Expansions
INTERIM STATUS OF PROPOSED LANDFILL CELLS
PART B INFORMATION REGARDING FUTURE POTENTIAL EXPANSIONS
9487.1981(01)
9523.1984(08)
03/12/81
09/10/84
Operating Life
FACILITY'S OPERATING LIFE,
DETERMINATION OF
9477.1984(07) 12/03/84
Permit Requirements
~CONTENTS OF PART B PERMIT APPLICATION! TRAFFIC REQUIREMENTS	9523.1988(01)	11/30/88
~FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON HAZARDOUS HASTE GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS	9451.1996(02)	05/01/96
•INTERIM STATUS FOR RECEIVING SQG HASTE	9528.1986(06)	07/30/86
~LAND TREATMENT	9486.1987(01)	07/30/87
ALTERNATE CONCENTRATION LIMIT (ACL) POLICY FOR HSWA PROVISIONS	9481.1987(07)	07/24/87
APPENDIX VIII CONSTITUENTS IN GROUNDWATER, REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYSIS OF	9481.1985(01)	10/15/85
APPLICABILITY OF 40CPR 270.1(c)(3) TO IMMEDIATE RESPONSE ACTIVITIES RELATING TO REMOVAL, TRANSPORTATION, AND/OR TREATMENT OF BOMBS 9522.1993(02)	04/26/93
APPLICABILITY OF OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO HASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY	9498.1996(05)	05/10/96
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED FUMING/GASIFICATION UNIT	9431.1994(02)	11/15/94
APPLICABILITY OF THE OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO HASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY	9498.1996(01)	02/26/96
CLARIFICATION OF "DEFINITION OF FACILITY" AND PART A MAPPING REQUIREMENTS	9523.1993(01)	10/07/93
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO PERMITTED HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITIES WIDER RCRA	9477.1994(05)	08/19/94
COMPACTING HAZARDOUS WASTE INSIDE STEEL DRUMS AS TREATMENT	9503.1991(01)	05/21/91
CONTAINERS STORING HAZARDOUS WASTE, REQUIREMENTS	9482.1986(01)	01/21/86
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES, NATIONAL PRIORITIES	9502.1986(04)	02/13/86
DELAY OF CLOSURE RULE PREAMBLE LANGUAGE, CORRECTION	9476.1989(02)	08/22/89
EXPLOSIVES PRESENTING AN IMMEDIATE SAFETY THREAT AND EXPLOSIVES STORED DURING ANALYSIS	9527.198S(03)	08/11/88
GENERATOR ACCUMULATION TIME REQUIREMENTS	9453.1989(05)	04/21/89
HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT/STORAGE TANKS, PERMITTING	9483.1984(01)	02/23/84
INTERPRETATION OF GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS AS APPLIED TO VARIOUS ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE SCENARIOS	9451.1996(06)	05/01/96
INTERPRETATION OF THE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF 40 CFR 270.30(1) (10)	9524.1994(01)	07/19/94
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR ZERO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM	9471.1989(01)	03/20/89
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO ON-SITE TREATMENT AND HASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT EXEMPTIONS	9522.1988(04)	11/02/88
PERMITS FOR PLACEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN UNDERGROUND SALT MINES	9472.1986(04)	06/04/86
PERMITTING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS AFFECTING COMPLIANCE WITH LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS	9502.1986(11)	06/16/86
POST-CLOSURE PERMIT PART B REQUIREMENTS	9S23.50-1A	11/18/85
RCRA FACILITY ASSESSMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION	9502.00-4	08/21/86
RECYCLING ACTIVITIES	9451.1989(01)	05/03/89
REGION V FUEL-BLENDING FACILITIES CONCERNS	9441.1991(17)	11/04/91
REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES	9521.1994(01)	10/17/94
REGULATORY INTERPRETATIONS UNDER RCRA CONCERNING CERTAIN FUEL BLENDING SCENARIOS	9498.1994(12)	11/08/94
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS SECTION 270.30(1)(10)	9524.1988(01)	02/23/88
USB OF MULTIPLE TRANSFER FACILITIES AS PART OP THE "NORMAL COURSE OF TRANSPORTATION"	9461.1994(01)	06/21/94
VOLUNTARY CORRECTIVE ACTION	9502.1987(11)	12/21/87
Permit Standards
~PERMIT MODIFICATION
~SQG 100-1000 Kg/MONTH GENERATORS, AND THE MANIFEST
~THE OMNIBUS PROVISION AND PERMITS
~TREATMENT CAPACITY
ELIGIBILITY OF IN-SITU VITRIFICATION TECHNOLOGY TO RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND DEMONSTRATION PERMITTING
HOW TREATING FILTRATION MEDIA COMPARABLE TO ACTIVATED CARBON WOULD BE PERMITTED UNDER RCRA
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR DISPOSAL IN SALT DOMES
REGION X's RECOMMENDED REVISION OF 40 CFR 270.4(a) AND 270.32(b) (1)
REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
9525.
9475.
9520.
9525.
9503.
9489.
9489.
9522,
9521.
1985(01)
1985(02)
1986(01)
1986(07)
1993(01)
1996(02)
1991(05)
1987(01)
1994(01)
10/30/85
10/30/85
02/28/86
12/30/86
12/02/93
06/10/96
02/22/91
11/16/87
10/17/94
PERMIT DENIAL
(See Permit Process)
XREF
/ /
.w

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PERMIT MODIFICATION
(See Permit Process)
PERMIT PROCESS
•CORRECTIVE ACTION BEYOND FACILITY BOUNDARY - FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENT
•CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR UIC WELLS
•CORRECTIVE ACTION IN PERMITS
•POST-CLOSURE PERMITS FOR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
•RETROFITTING FOR PERMITTED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
•TERMINATION OF PERMITS
•TREATABILITY STUDIES ON HAZARDOUS HASTE SAMPLES, PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
3008 (h) OF THE SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT, INTERPRETATION OP
ACLs UNDER THE RCRA AND CERCLA PROGRAMS, USE OF
AWARD OF PERMITS FOR NEW HAZARDOUS WASTE LAND DISPOSAL FACILITIES, PROCESS
BYPRODUCT MATERIAL, DEFINITION OF
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITIES
CONTAINERS FOR SAFE AND ECONOMICAL STORAGE, TRANSPORT, AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, DEVELOPMENT OF
CONTAMINATED GROUND WATER AND VOLATILES FROM AIR STRIPPING, TREATMENT OF
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS FOR FEDERAL FACILITIES AND IRP ACTIVITIES
DENIAL OF RCRA OPERATING PERMITS
DIOXIN TRIAL BURNS FOR PURPOSES OF CERTIFICATION OR A RCRA PERMIT
DOD'S IRP PROGRAM AND RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION
EFFECTS OF THE SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR RULE ON VARIOUS GENERATOR WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
EPA AUTHORITY TO CONSIDER PERMIT APPLICANT HISTORY OF COMPLIANCE WITH RCRA
FACILITY TRANSFER/RECONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS
FEDERAL FACILITIES INVENTORY UNDER RCRA 3016
FOUNDRY SANDS RECYCLED AND RETURNED TO THE FOUNDRY
GROUNDWATER CLEANUP STANDARDS/ACLs IN DRAFT HSWA PERMIT (INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY)
HSWA APPLIED TO FEDERAL FACILITIES (DOE-OAK RIDGE)
INCINERATOR PERMITS TO BURN DIOXIN WASTES, MODIFICATION OF
INSTALLATION RESTORATION PROGRAM (IRP) - DOD
INTERIM STATUS REQUIREMENTS FOR NRC LICENSEES MANAGING RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE, CLARIFICATION
LAND DISPOSAL UNIT CLOSURE CLARIFICATION OF PROPOSED AND PROMULGATED RULES
NEGOTIATED PERMITS
OMNIBUS AUTHORITY TO CONTROL EMISSIONS OF METALS, HCL l PICs FROM INCINERATORS
PERFORMANCE AND PERMITTING STANDARDS IN 3004(b), PROHIBITION OF PLACEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN SALT DOMES
PERMIT APPLICATIONS FOR DESTRUCTION OF NERVE AGENTS
PERMIT COMPLIANCE/ENFORCEMENT ISSUES (REG. X)
PERMITTING INCINERATORS
PERMITTING ISSUES (DUPONT IDGEMORE FACILITY) - GUIDANCE
PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR A PCB INCINERATOR
POST-CLOSURE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS (ARMCO STEEL)
PUBLIC HEARING AFTER ISSUANCE OF DRAFT PERMIT - STATES
PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT IN PERMITTING, POLICY FOR EXPANDING
RD4D PERMITS - POLICY GUIDANCE
RECYCLED GASOLINE/WATER AND FUEL OIL/WATER MIXTURES
RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
SECURITY REQUIREMENTS AT FACILITIES
STORAGE PERMIT FOR FACILITIES INVOLVED IN HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
XREF
XREF
9502.
9527.
9521.
9522.
94 84.
9525.
9441.
9502,
9481.
9521.
9432,
9442.
9482.
9441.
9502.
9502.
9523.
9488.
9502.
9451.
9523.
9477.
9502.
9441.
9481.
9502.
9488.
9502.
9528.
9476.
9505.
9524.
9489.
9488.
9522.
9488.
9525.
9488.
9522.
9521.
9521.
9503.
9441.
9502.
9472.
9441
9523
9523
9523
1986(10)
1986(02)
1986(06a)
1986(02a)
1987(09)
1986(05)
1986(58)
1985(09)
1986(06)
1986(03)
1986(10)
1986(03)
.1985(01)
.1986(86)
.00-2
.1986(14)
.00-11
•00-1A
.1986(17)
.1986(01)
.1991(01)
.1986(01)
.1987(03)
.1987(13)
.1987(02)
.1985(06)
.1985(04)
.1986(20)
.1989(13)
.1985(05)
.1987(01)
.1989(01)
.1985(01)
.1986(10)
.00-3
.00-2
.1988(02)
.1986(04)
.1986(03)
.1984(02)
.1986(04)
.50-1A
.1986(22)
.1987(OS)
.1988(01)
.1989(11)
.00-18
.00-17
.00-14
/ /
/ /
05/30/86
04/30/86
06/30/86
10/30/86
07/30/87
10/31/86
06/30/86
12/16/85
08/06/86
04/08/86
04/12/86
04/02/86
11/26/85
11/20/86
04/18/86
08/22/86
12/10/86
05/07/86
09/29/86
03/17/86
03/13/91
01/03/86
03/06/87
03/04/87
03/10/87
10/29/85
05/30/85
12/08/86
10/15/89
12/13/85
08/13/87
02/27/89
09/20/85
09/11/86
11/13/87
06/10/86
07/01/88
04/11/86
11/20/86
05/07/84
04/30/86
12/23/85
03/19/86
04/02/87
06/02/88
03/27/89
03/14/89
09/02/88
03/14/86

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SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT CLOSURE, APPLICABILITY OF 3005 (i) OF RCRA TO
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING AND TIME ALLOWED FOR CLOSURE
THERMAL RELIEF VENTS ON HAZARDOUS WASTE INCINERATORS, ACCEPTABILITY OF
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS HASTE IN A GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS
UIC CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION
9523.00-IS
9476.1987(01)
94 84.00-5a
9488.00-3
9453.1986(08)
9502.00-3
03/30/88
06/09/87
10/15/88
06/30/86
12/22/86
08/04/86
Appeals
ECOLOTEC PERMIT REMAND ORDER AND USB OF THE OMNIBUS PROVISION
POSTPONEMENT OF A LAND TREATMENT DEMONSTRATION FOR NAVAJO REFINING CO., ARTESIA, NM
RECONSIDERATION OF DELISTING DENIAL BASED ON USE OF VHS, TOTAL CHROMIUM STANDARD, AND MCL
9524.1989(02)
9524.1989(031
9433.1986(08)
03/02/89
03/23/89
03/24/86
Deadlines
•PART B APPLICATION
CALL-IN OF STORAGE AND TREATMENT APPLICATIONS
EXTENSION OF DEADLINE FOR PART A SUBMITTAL AND INTERIM STATUS APPLICABILITY FOR CEMENT KILNS
INCINERATORS FOR DESTRUCTION OF NERVE AGENTS, HIGH PRIORITY PERMITTING
LAND DISPOSAL FACILITIES NOT ON A PERMITTING OR CLOSURE SCHEDULE
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS EFFECT ON PERMITS
MISCELLANEOUS UNITS SUBPART X, IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE
PROPOSED RULES IMPACT ON PERMIT DEADLINES
WASTE PILES AND POST-CLOSURE PERMITS, APPLICATION OF NOVEMBER 1988 DEADLINE TO
9522
9528
9528
9501
9501
9522
9489
9501
9501
1985(02)
.1988(06)
.1987(12)
.1966(01)
.1987(01)
,00-1
,00-2
,1987(03)
,1985(01)
03/31/85
04/19/88
09/18/87
09/11/86
09/17/87
09/15/87
04/22/87
12/28/87
10/01/85
Delegation of Authority
ENFORCEMENT OF STATE AND EPA ISSUED PERMITS
NEWLY IDENTIFIED WASTE STREAMS AS A RESULT OF NEW TC
PERMITTING ISSUES (DUPONT EDGEMORE FACILITY) - GUIDANCE
SPLITTING FEDERAL RCRA PERMITS WITH THE STATE AUTHORIZATION
STATE PERMITS ISSUED BEFORE RECEIVING RCRA PHASE II AUTHORIZATION
9522.1990(01)
9528.1990(03)
9525.1988(02)
9521.1990(01)
9542.1982(03)
01/26/90
07/11/90
07/01/88
05/23/90
08/09/82
Joint Permitting
GUIDANCE ON HOW TO COORDINATE PERMIT 3004 (U) AND ORDER 3008(H) REQUIREMENTS FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION
PIG-82-5 AND RSI #5 JOINT PERMITTING IN PHASE I AUTHORIZED STATES
RCRA PERMIT REAUTHORIZATION ISSUES IN REGION III
RCRA PERMITS WITH HSWA CONDITIONS - JOINTLY ISSUED PERMITS
WASTE MINIMIZATION: PERMIT CERTIFICATION AND JOINT PERMITTING
WASTES NEWLY REGULATED UNDER HSWA, MANAGEMENT OF
9502.1989(04)
9543.00-1
9541.1985(01)
9502.1987(06)
9560.1985(01)
9541.1985(05)
08/10/89
10/03/85
03/06/85
06/30/87
09/11/85
05/06/85
On-Site Waste Management
INTERPRETATION OF GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS AS APPLIED TO VARIOUS ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE SCENARIOS
ON-SITE INCINERATION OF A WASTE THAT IS BOTH A BY-PRODUCT MATERIAL AND HAZARDOUS
ON-SITE TREATMENT BY GENERATORS UNDER 262.34
PERMIT ISSUES REGARDING ON-SITE TREATMENT BY FLUIDIZEB BED INCINERATION
TEMPORARY EXCLUSION APPLIED TO ONLY ONE FACILITY (MONROE AUTO)
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS
9451.1996(06)
9432,1986(14)
9453.1987(03)
9522.1985(05)
9441.1987(30)
9453.1987(02)
05/01/96
09/06/86
07/01/87
12/13/85
04/30/87
03/25/87
Permit Denial
~APPEAL/RECOURSE PROCESS FOR PERMIT DENIAL
DENIAL OF RCRA OPERATING PERMITS
9521.1986(04a)
9523.00-11
04/30/86
12/10/86
Permit Modification
~ADDITION OF A SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT TO AN EXISTING INTERIM STATUS FACILITY
•CHANGES AT INTERIM STATUS TANK FACILITIES
•CONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS WHERE ORIGINAL UNITS ARB CLOSED
•CONVERSION OF PERMITTED OR INTERIM STATUS UNITS TO GENERATOR ACCUMULATION UNITS
•CORRECTIVE ACTION AND PERMITS
~CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS WHILE SEEKING A MAJOR PERMIT MODIFICATION
9528.1985(01)
9528.1987(09)
9528.1987(03)
9525.1996(01)
9525.1988(01)
9S02.1986(03)
12/30/85
08/30/87
03/30/87
01/31/96
02/28/88
01/30/86

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•INTERIM STATUS VS. PERMIT MODIFICATION FOR NEWLY REGULATED UNITS
•OBTAINING INTERIM STATUS
•PERMIT MODIFICATION
•PUBLIC COMMENT PERIODS FOR PERMIT MODIFICATIONS
•STOCK TRANSFER - EFFECT ON PART A PERMIT APPLICATION
•TERMINATION OF PERMITS
AMEMDED DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE - PERMIT MODIFICATIONS
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO PERMITTED HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITIES UNDER RCRA
CLARIFICATION OF THE TEMPORARY AUTHORIZATION PROVISION OF 40 CFR 270,42 (e)
IS A SECTION 3008(h) ENFORCEMENT ORDER AN APPROPRIATE MECHANISM FOR APPROVING A CAMU?
MULTI-SOURCE LEACHATE AND TREATMENT STANDARDS OF LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
NEW WASTE STREAMS AT INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
NEWLY IDENTIFIED WASTE STREAMS AS A RESULT OF NEW TC
NEWLY REGULATED UNITS AT PERMITTED FACILITIES
PERMIT PROCESS ISSUES
SCINTILLATION VIALS CONTAINING 0001 HASTES, MANAGEMENT OF
SOLVENT MIXTURES, FINAL RULE TO LIST - PERMIT MODIFICATIONS
SPLITTING FEDERAL RCRA PERMITS WITH THE STATE AUTHORIZATION
TREATMENT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES AT HAZARDOUS WASTE PERMITTED TSDF
Permitting
•PERMIT APPLICATION AND RENEWAL
ENHANCED PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND STRONGER COMBUSTION PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS
RCRA EXPANDED PARTICIPATION RULE
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
(See Permit Conditions)
PERMIT STANDARDS
(See Permit Conditions)
PERMITTING
{See Closure Process, Permit Process)
PERSONNEL TRAINING
•PERSONNEL TRAINING DURING POST-CLOSURE
PESTICIDES
(See Agricultural Haste) (See also Hazardous Waste Identification)
PETITIONS
(See also Exclusions, Delisting, Land Disposal Restrictions)
•APPEALING DENIAL OF PETITION TO DELIST A HAZARDOUS WASTE
•DELISTING OF K051 HASTE AT PETROLEUM REFINERY - EFFECT ON INTERIM STATUS
•DELISTING PETITIONS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTES FROM THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
ALTERNATIVE METALS ANALYSIS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE COMBUSTORS
ATSDR HEALTH ASSESSMENTS UNDER RCRA 3019
COMBINATION OF SLUDGES FROM ALL IMPOUNDMENTS TO DETERMINE WASTE VOLUME FOR VHS ANALYSIS
DELISTING ISSUES RELATING TO EPA'S MOBILE INCINERATOR
DELISTING PETITION - FUJI PHOTO FILM WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE
9525
9524
9525
9525
9525
9525
9525
9477
9527
9502
9554
9528
9528
9528
9521
9525
9525
9521
9525
1989(01)
1986(01)
1985(01)
1990(01)
1984(01)
1986(06)
1966(02)
1994(05)
1993(01)
1995(01)
1990(08)
1990(01)
1990(03)
1986(04}
1986(02)
,1986(04)
1986(01)
1990(01)
1990(02)
9523,1994(01)
9505.1994(01)
9505.1995(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9523.1985(05)
XREF
XREF
9433.
9433.
9433.
9498.
9523.
9433.
9433.
9433.
1987(04)
1986(12)
1994(03)
1994(09)
1986(05)
1987(07)
1986(20)
1991(01)
05/30/89
01/31/86
10/30/85
08/30/90
08/30/84
11/30/86
03/27/86
08/19/94
02/09/93
02/17/95
07/31/90
04/02/90
07/11/90
01/30/86
03/24/86
08/11/86
03/24/86
05/23/90
10/17/90
09/30/94
05/23/94
12/20/95
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
10/30/85
/ /
/ /
02/28/87
04/30/86
11/30/94
08/17/94
11/21/86
04/13/87
12/11/86
03/07/91

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DELISTING PETITION FOR INCINERATOR ASH
DELISTING PETITION OF NITROGEN TETROXIDE RINSATE
DELISTING PETITIONS, PROCEDURES FOR PROCESSING
DELISTING POLICY ALLOWS EXCLUSION OF SEPARATE WASTE TREATMENT UNITS AT MULTI-UNIT FACILITIES
DELISTING, INTERIM STATUS, AND SAMPLING ISSUES AT U.S. NAMEPLATE COMPANY
DENIAL OF DELISTING PETITION BASED ON EXISTING GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION
ELECTROPLATING SLUDGE, EXCLUSION PETITION
EVALUATION OF DELISTING PETITIONS-INFORMATION REQUIRED ,
EXTENSION OF APPLICABLE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION AS A BASIS TO DENY A DELISTING PETITION
INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS & CLEAN CLOSED WASTE PILES, CODIFICATION RULE 12/01/87
K103/K104 WASTE STREAMS - RELATIONSHIP OF CWA BAT, LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS, BDAT, AND DELISTING CRITERIA
METAL, K061 WASTES IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT-DELISTING PETITION
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR AMOCO REFINERY
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ARCO PRODUCTS, WA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ATLANTIC REFINING & MARKETING, PA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR CONOCO, MT
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR EXXON, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KERR-MCGEE REFINING, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH REFINING, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH'S REFINING, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR MARATHON PETROLEUM, IL
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ROBINSON, IL
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SHELL OIL, WA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SINCLAIR OIL, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR STAR ENTERPRISE, DE
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SUN REFINING, OK
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR TEXACO, WA
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR DISPOSAL IN SALT DOMES
PETITION TO WITHDRAW K090 AND K091 LISTINGS
REINTERPRETATION NARROWING THE SCOPE OF THE F006 LISTING
SAMPLING LOCATION IN A SEPARATOR - THICKENER TREATMENT TRAIN AND THE MIXTURE RULE
SAMPLING PLAN FOR DELISTING PETITION FOR WASTES IN LANDFILL TRENCHES
SAMPLING REQUIREMENTS FOR ESTIMATING VARIABILITY OF WASTES FOR DELISTING PETITIONS
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR DELISTING PETITION
TEMPORARY AND INFORMAL DELISTINGS AND HSWA EFFECTS ON BOTH
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES CONTAINING METHANOL
9433.
9433.
9433 .
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9551.
9433.
9522.
9433.
9433.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9489.
9444 .
9444 .
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9433.
9441.
1991<03)
1990(07)
1987(15)
1967(22)
1987(03)
1987(05)
1984 (05)
1986(04)
1988 (09)
1987(08)
1988 (05)
1987(06)
1987(18)
1990(13)
1990	(08)
1991(06)
1991(09)
1991	(03)
1991(05)
1991(12)
1991 (01)
1990(09)
1991(14)
1990(11)
1990(12)
1990(10)
1991(02)
1991(08)
1991(05)
1989(11)
1986(21)
1986 (11)
1986 (21)
1986(22)
1991 (02)
1986 (14)
1989(52)
07/10/91
12/21/90
07/28/87
10/02/87
02/25/87
03/19/87
12/11/84
02/14/86
08/11/88
04/24/87
11/30/88
04/02/87
08/07/87
11/08/90
10/24/90
04/22/91
05/29/91
01/29/91
02/05/91
12/10/91
01/03/91
11/06/90
05/01/91
11/07/90
11/08/90
11/07/90 '
01/17/91
05/29/91
02/22/91
10/03/89
10/04/86
04/24/86
12/13/86
12/18/86
04/26/91
05/27/86
10/06/89
PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTES
(See also Exclusions, Delisting)
*40 CFR SECTION 261.4(c): HAZARDOUS WASTES WHICH ARE EXEMPTED FROM CERTAIN REGULATIONS
~BURNING/BLENDING OF UNUSED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT (XYLENE) WITH USED OIL
•DELISTING PETITIONS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTES FROM THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
~K052 BOTTOMS FROM TANK STORING LEADED GASOLINE AT PETROLEUM REFINERIES
~OFF-SPECIFICATION USED OIL FUEL
~PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE CLASSIFICATION
~RECYCLED USED OIL - TECHNICAL CRITERIA FOR LISTING, COURT DECISION
~USED OIL AS DUST SUPPRESSANT
~USED OIL, DEFINITION OF
ARE TANK BOTTOMS REMOVED FROM TANKS CONTAINING ONLY NAPHTHA DEEMED TO BE K052 HAZARDOUS WASTE?
ATOMIZER MULTI-OIL FUELED HEATERS, INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION CRITERIA FOR
AUTOMOTIVE FLUIDS, REGULATION OF
BOILERS USED IN GREENHOUSE OPERATIONS ARE INDUSTRIAL BOILERS
BURNING CHARACTERISTIC OFF-SPECIFICATION PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
DECISION NOT TO REQUIRE NOTIFICATION FROM GENERATORS WHO BURN SPECIFICATION USED OIL ON-SITE
DERIVED FROM/MIXTURE RULE APPLICATION TO REFINERY WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
XREF
9441.
9442.
9433.
9442.
9454 .
9444 .
9433.
9493 .
9431,
9442,
9495,
9441.
9432,
9441.
9495,
9441.
1990 (13a)
1985 (01)
1994(03)
1994(02)
1986(02)
1991(01)
1988 (02)
1985(06)
1988(01)
1995(04)
1988(02)
1987 (14)
1986(03)
1986(95)
1987(05)
1987 (70)
/ /
05/31/90
12/30/85
11/30/94
02/28/94
02/28/86
02/01/91
11/30/88
12/30/85
01/30/88
05/25/95
09/22/88
03/06/87
01/09/86
12/23/86
03/26/87
08/28/87

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DRAINAGE MATER BENEATH LAND TREATMENT UNITS - NO MIGRATION PETITIONS
DRAINAGE WATER BENEATH LAND TREATMENT UNITS AT OIL REFINERIES
EXPORTING PETROLEUM WASTE TO SOUTH AMERICA
HSWA PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
LAND TREATMENT PERMIT APPLICATIONS - REFINERY WASTE ANALYSES GUIDANCE
MIXED WASTE REGULATION - RCRA REQUIREMENTS VS. NRC REQUIREMENTS
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR AMOCO REFINERY
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR EXXON, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR KOCH'S REFINING, TX
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR MARATHON PETROLEUM, IL
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ROBINSON, IL
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SHELL OIL, WA
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR SUN REFINING, OK
OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION EXCLUSION
OIL/WATER EMULSIONS GENERATED BY PETROLEUM REFINERY WW SYSTEMS-K049 WASTE
PETROLEUM FACILITIES INCLUDED IN THE K051 LISTING FOR API SEPARATOR SLUDGE
PETROLEUM REFINERY SLUDGE REGULATIONS
PETROLEUM REFINERY WW, MIXTURE AND DERIVED-FROM RULES
PETROLEUM REFINING WASTES AND EXEMPTIONS FOR WWTUs
REFINERY WASTEWATER
REGULATION OF OILY HAZARDOUS PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTE
REGULATORY STATUS OF A GASIFICATION UNIT PROPOSED BY TEXACO TO BE BUILT IN EL DORADO, KANSAS
SECONDARY SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF REFINERY WASTEWATERS
SHELL OIL FACILITY - TC COMPLIANCE
UNDERGROUND INJECTION WELLS USED IN HYDROCARBON RECOVERY
USED OIL BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY, INTERPRETATION OF SUBPART E
USED OIL CONTAMINATION THROUGH NORMAL USE OR MIXING WITH HAZARDOUS WASTES - RECYCLING DEFINED
USED OIL INTRODUCED INTO REFINER* PROCESS UNDER HAZARDOUS WASTE DERIVED REFINERY FUEL PRODUCTS EXEMPTION
WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES AT DOD FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTATION
Recovered Oil
CLARIFICATION AND/OR RECONSIDERATION OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN EPA'S FINAL RULE ON RECOVERED OIL
Used Oil
CLARIFICATION AND/OR RECONSIDERATION OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN EPA'S FINAL RULE ON RECOVERED OIL
REGULATORY STATUS OF SEPARATION AND RECOVERY SYSTEMS SAREX PROCESS FOR RECYCLING PETROLEUM REFINERY OILY WASTES
TRANSPORTATION OF USED OIL TO LOCATIONS WHERE USED OIL CAN BE MIXED WITH CRUDE OIL
9551.
9486.
9455.
9493.
9521.
9451.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9551.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9444.
9441.
9483.
9444
9493
9441
9441
9431
9521
9495
9441
9441
9494
1988 CIS)
.1988(01)
.1989(01)
¦00-1A
.1984(02)
.1989(02)
.1990(13)
.1991(03)
.1991(01)
.1990(09!
.1991(14)
.1990(11)
.1991(02)
.1987(04)
.1984(35)
.1987(20)
.1990(05)
.1985(29)
.1990(03)
.1980(02)
.1991(01)
.1995(18)
.1985(08)
.1991(02)
1991(02)
1989(01)
1984(301
.1986(11)
.1986(02)
01/21/88
01/02/88
06/27/89
05/31/86
04/03/84
06/26/89
11/08/90
01/29/91
01/03/91
11/06/90
05/01/91
11/07/90
01/17/91
01/13/87
12/07/84
05/26/87
10/17/90
08/23/85
09/20/90
11/13/80
01/08/91
05/25/95
02/22/85
05/09/91
08/30/91
05/15/89
10/22/84
02/11/86
03/19/86
9441.1995(17) 05/03/95
9441.1995(17)
9432.1993(01)
9592.1994(04)
05/03/95
03/05/93
08/09/94
PHOSPHATE HASTES
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)
PICKLE LIQUOR
(See Electroplating)
POHCs
(See Incineration)
POST-CLOSURE
(See also Closure Process, Cost Estimates, Financial Responsibility, Groundwater Monitoring)
•ADJUSTMENT OF POST-CLOSURE TRUST FUNDS USED FOR FINANCIAL ASSURANCE
•CLEAN CLOSURE OF INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT AND HASTE PILE
~CORRECTIVE ACTION IN PERMITS
•FINANCIAL ASSURANCE COST ADJUSTMENTS ON A QUARTERLY BASIS
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9477.1988(051
9522.1988(01)
9521.1986(06a)
9477.1994(02)
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
11/30/88
02/28/88
06/30/86
06/30/94

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•GNP V. GDP FOR COST ADJUSTMENTS UNDER RCRA
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING - ASSESSMENT MONITORING/CORRECTIVE ACTION AT CLOSED INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
•GROUNDWATER MONITORING - COMPLIANCE PERIOD/POST-CLOSURE CARE PERIOD
•INTEGRITY ASSESSMENT FOR TANKS AND POST-CLOSURE
•POST-CLOSURE PERMITS FOR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
•POST-CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS LOCATED IN A 100 YEAR FLOOD PLAIN
3008(h) ORDERS OR POST-CLOSURE PERMITS AT CLOSING FACILITIES, USE OF
CLOSURE k POST-CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS REGARDING HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES
CLOSURE/POST-CLOSURE REGULATIONS/PARTIAL CLOSURE (EMELLE, AL)
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES, NATIONAL PRIORITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS FOR FEDERAL FACILITIES AND IRP ACTIVITIES
DENIAL OF RCRA OPERATING PERMITS
INCINERATORS FOR DESTRUCTION OF NERVE AGENTS, HIGH PRIORITY PERMITTING
INSTALLATION RESTORATION PROGRAM CIRP) - DOD
INTERPRETATION OP RCRA REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE REMEDIATION OF CONTAMINATION
PERMITTING UNITS CREATED FOR FACILITY CLOSURE
POST-CLOSURE PERMIT PART B REQUIREMENTS
POST-CLOSURE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS 1ARMCO STEEL)
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS
POST-CLOSURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-REGULATED UNITS
RCRA POST-CLOSURE PERMITS FOR REGULATED UNITS AT NPL SITES
RCRA PROGRAM DIRECTIONS - PRIORITY TO ENVIRONMENTALLY SIGNIFICANT FACILITIES
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF OBJECTION TO CLEAN-CLOSURE EQUIVALENCY PETITION FOR STEEL ABRASIVES, INC.
RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT CLOSURE, APPLICABILITY OP 3005(1) OF RCRA TO
POTO
(See Wastewater!
PRE-CONSTRUCTION BAN *
(See Permit Application)
PRE-HSWA PROVISIONS
(See State Authorization)
PRECIOUS METALS
(See Recycle)
PRIMARY TREATMENT
(See Treatment!
PROCEDURE
(See Test Methods)
PROCESS WASTES •
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)
94 77.
9481.
9481.
9483,
9522,
9484 .
9502,
9476,
9476,
9502,
9502,
9502,
9523
9501.
9502,
9502.
9476
9523,
9522,
9521,
9476,
9476
9501,
9476,
9502.
9476,
1994(031
1988(02)
1988{03)
1989(04)
1986(02a)
1984(02)
00-7
1983(02)
1986(01)
1986(06)
1986(04)
1986(14)
00-11
1986(01)
1986(20)
1989(03)
1985(03)
50-1A
1986(03)
1985(01)
1985(04)
1992(01)
1987(02)
1990(01)
1987(05)
1987(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
06/30/94
04/30/88
04/30/88
10/30/89
10/30/86
12/31/84
03/08/88
01/11/83
05/08/86
04/15/86
02/13/86
08/22/86
12/10/86
09/11/86
12/08/86
06/15/89
09/11/85
11/18/85
11/20/86
09/25/85
09/25/85
07/02/92
12/14/87
06/04/90
04/02/87
06/09/87
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /


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PROCESSOR REQUIREMENTS
(See Used Oil)
PROTECTIVE FILERS
XREF	/ /
(See Interim Status Process)
XREF	/ /
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
(See also Closure Process, Post-Closure)	XREF	/ /
•CLOSURE PLAN PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES	9476.1987(0?)	11/30/87
•PUBLIC COMMENT PERIODS FOR PERMIT MODIFICATIONS	9525.1990(01)	08/30/90
ENHANCED PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND STRONGER COMBUSTION PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS	9505.1994(01!	05/23/94
FIELD ASSESSMENT AND PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT PLAN FOR THE OCCIDENTAL INCINERATOR	9505.1986(01)	09/18/86
INCINERATORS FOR DESTRUCTION OF NERVE AGENTS, HIGH PRIORITY PERMITTING	9501.1986(01)	09/11/86
RCRA EXPANDED PARTICIPATION RULE	9505.1995(01)	12/20/95
RCRA PERMITS WITH HSWA CONDITIONS - JOINTLY ISSUED PERMITS	9502.1987(06)	06/30/87
QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL (QA/OC!
(See also SW-846)	XREF	/ /
ANALYTICAL METHODS/EP TOXICITY TEST/REFERENCE STDS.	9445.1984(02)	04/23/84
QC REVIEW OF PERMIT DATA	9442.1990(04)	11/01/90
QUALITY ASSURANCE PROJECT PLANS AND DATA QUALITY OBJECTIVES FOR RCRA GROUND-WATER MONITORING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION ACTIVITIES	9445.1993(06)	07/07/93
RCRA METHODS AND QA ACTIVITIES (NOTES)	9445.1985(04)	06/30/85
RCRA METHODS AND QUALITY ASSURANCE ACTIVITIES (NOTES!	9445.1984(01)	04/23/84
RCRA METHODS AND QUALITY ASSURANCE ACTIVITIES (NOTES)	9445,1984(05)	12/20/84
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS	9523.00-12	03/30/87
SW-846 METHODS MANUAL	9445.1987(02)	09/16/87
RADIOACTIVE/RADIOACTIVE WASTES
(See Mixed Waste under Mixed Radioactive/Radioactive Wastes)	XREF	/ /
RAGS AND WIPERS
(See Solvents)	XREF	/ /
RCRA
(See RCRA/CERCLA Interface)	XREF	/ /
RCRA FACILITY ASSESSMENT (RFA)
(See Corrective Action)	XREF	/ /
RCRA/CERCLA INTERFACE
XREF	/ /
ACLs UNDER THE RCRA AND CERCLA PROGRAMS, USE OF	9481.1986(06)	08/06/86
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO CERCLA RESPONSE ACTIONS	9553.1989(02)	11/13/89
APPLICABLE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO REINJECTION OF TREATED CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER UNDER CERCLA AND RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTIONS 9554.1989(05)	12/20/89
DELISTING, INTERIM STATUS, AND SAMPLING ISSUES AT U.S. NAMEPLATE COMPANY	9433.1987(03)	02/25/87
FEDERAL FACILITIES INVENTORY UNDER RCRA 3016	9502.1987(03)	03/06/87
FEDERAL POLICY REGARDING DIOXIN DISPOSAL	9444.1987(26)	07/02/87
GENERATOR LIABILITY FOR DELISTED WASTE RELEASES	9433.1985(04)	10/23/85

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LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS CLARIFICATIONS
PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS HASTE
RCRA PERMIT REAUTHORIZATION ISSUES IH REGION III
REQUIREMENTS FOR CLEANUP OF FINAL NPL SITES UNDER RCRA
CERCLA (Superfund)
APPLICABILITY OF "SUPERFUND LDR GUIDES"
CLARIFICATION OF HOW PROVISIONS IN CERCLA APPLY TO "SERVICE STATION DEALERS" THAT HANDLE USED OIL
CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN (CAP), CONTENTS AND USE OF
HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT CAPACITY AND RCRA CONSISTENCY ISSUES
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION PROGRAMS, CERCLA AND RCRA LIABILITY OF MUNICIPAL SPONSORS OF
LIABILITY AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF SMALL QUANTITIES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
OWNER/OPERATOR UNDER RCRA AND CERCLA, DEFINITION OF
PLACEMENT OF RCRA FACILITIES ON THE CERCLA NATIONAL PRIORITIES LIST, POLICY FOR
95S1,1987(01)
9432.1986(08)
9541,1985(011
9502.1990(02)
9SS1.
9592.
9502.
9S72,
9441.
9451,
9432
9504.
1991(15)
1994(121
1987(04)
1988(031
1986(09)
1986(07)
1987(12)
1986(01)
01/20/87
04/30/86
03/06/85
07/11/90
01/07/91
11/10/94
03/13/87
12/23/88
01/28/86
03/24/86
10/28/87
06/12/8S
RCRA
INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS k CLEAN CLOSED WASTE PILES, CODIFICATION RULE 12/01/87
OWNER/OPERATOR UNDER RCRA AND CERCLA, DEFINITION OF
RECYCLING ACTIVITIES
UCAPCO APPLICATION FOR A VARIANCE UNDER 3004(c) (2) OF RCRA
UIC CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION
9522.1988(05)
9432.1987(12)
9451.1989(01)
9480.1987(02)
9502.00-3
11/30/88
10/28/87
05/03/89
10/29/87
08/04/86
Tax
SPENT SOLVENT RECOVERY, WASTE MANAGEMENT TAX
9441.1986(41) 05/20/86
Treatability Study
•TREATABILITY STUDIES SAMPLE EXEMPTION
DESIGNATED FACILITY UNDER THE TREATABILITY STUDY EXCLUSION
NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR TREATABILITY STUDIES
9441.1989(56) 11/30/89
9432.1991(01) 09/27/91
9441.1992(30) 09/09/92
RDiD PERMIT
CHEMICAL AGENT/MUNITIONS SYSTEM (CADMS) IS NOT TOTALLY ENCLOSED AMD SUGGESTED RDiD PERMIT
DESTRUCTION OF DIOXIN CONTAMINATED SOIL USING MOBILE INCINERATION
ELIGIBILITY OF IN-SITU VITRIFICATION TECHNOLOGY TO RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND DEMONSTRATION PERMITTING
RD&D PERMIT FOR A SLUDGE DRYING PROCESS IN A WASTEWATER SYSTEM
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR WET-AIR OXIDATION UNIT(VERTECH1
XREF
9432.1985(07)
9433.1986(10)
9503.1993(01)
9503.51-1A
9432.1986(06)
/ /
11/19/85
04/24/06
12/02/93
12/24/85
02/06/86
REACTIVE WASTES
(See Characteristic Hazardous Waste)
RECLAMATION
XREF
/ /
(See also Solid Waste, Recycle, Solvents, Used Oill
XREF
/ /
•CLOSED LOOP RECYCLING
9471.1988(06)
12/30/88
•CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS AT FACILITIES HANDLING SCRAP METAL RECLAMATION
9502.1985(04)
06/30/85
•DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE AND RECLAMATION
9444.1987137a)
08/11/87
•EXPORTING HAZARDOUS WASTE
9456.1987(01)
08/30/87
•NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RECYCLABLE MATERIALS
9441.1988(13)
04/30/88
•PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY OF SPECULATIVE ACCUMULATION PROVISION
9441.1995(29)
08/31/95
•SLUDGES WHEN RECLAIMED, REGULATION OF
9441.1986(59)
06/30/86
•SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE, DEFINED FOR SPENT SULFURIC ACID
9441.1986(17)
02/28/86
•SPENT LEAD ACID BATTERIES
9497.1989(01)
01/31/89
•SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES AND COUNTING REQUIREMENTS
9497.1995(01)
06/30/95
•SQG QUANTITY DETERMINATION, MULTIPLE COUNTING EXEMPTION
9441.1986(64)
08/30/86

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APPLICABILITY OF RCRA SUBTITLE C REGULATIONS TO SILVER RECLAMATION OPERATIONS OF SPENT PHOTOGRAPHIC FIXER SOLUTIONS	9496.1994(01)	02/28/94
BATTERY RECONDITIONING	9441.1986(56)	07/28/86
BRIQUETTING OF FLUE DUST (K061) FOR STEEL PRODUCTION	9441.1987(58)	07/31/87
BY-PRODUCT CRUDE OIL TANK BOTTOMS	'	9441.1986(37)	05/01/86
CHARACTERISTIC SLUDGES RECLAIMED OR PROCESSED PRIOR TO USE AS AN INGREDIENT IN FERTILIZER	9493.1985(03)	11/25/85
CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS (CFCs) AS REFRIGERANTS, RECYCLING OF SPENT	9441.1989(40)	08/02/89
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATIONS AS THEY APPLY TO THE USE OF PERCHLOROETHYLENE IN DRY-CLEANING PROCESS	9441.1994 (15)	06/10/94
CLARIFICATION OF THE TERM "WHEN" IN 40 CFR 261.2(c)	9441.1993(08)	05/06/93
CLARIFICATION OF THE USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS AND HOW THEY APPLY TO USED OIL CONTAMINATED WITH HCFCs	9592.1993(02)	04/05/93
CLARIFICATION ON WHEN USED MERCURY RELAYS/SWITCHES BECOME SPENT	9441.1994(25)	09/28/94
CLARIFICATION ON: MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER; F003, F005, D001; WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING; AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC	9441.1994(26)	09/2S/94
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, RECYCLING A MIXTURE OF	9441.1986(34)	04/28/86
COUNTING DRY CLEANING INDUSTRY WASTE ONLY AFTER REMOVAL FROM THE PROCESS - SQG RULE	9441.1986(67)	09/08/86
DETERMINATION REGARDING THE REGULATORY STATUS OF A WASTE RECLAMATION SYSTEM	9441.1994(29)	11/09/94
DISPOSAL OR RECLAMATION OF RAGS	9444.1989(13)	10/20/89
DROVE RECLAMATION IN BRASS INDUSTRY, BY-PRODUCT DESIGNATION	9441.1989(15)	04/05/89
ETCHANTS USED TO MANUFACTURE COPPER SALTS	9441.1986(82)	11/08/86
FLUE DUST AND METAL HYDROXIDE SLUDGE RECYCLING/RECLAMATION	9441.1989(10)	03/27/89
FREE-FLOWING MERCURY WHICH IS DISTILLED AND SOLD AS AN INGREDIENT IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS	9441.1994(08)	03/30/94
INTERPRETATION ON REGULATORY STATUS OF MERCURY RELAYS AND SWITCHES WHEN RECLAIMED	9444.1994(03)	03/31/94
MERCURY SUITABLE FOR DIRECT USE (99* PURE) NOT SOLID WASTE	9441.1986(43)	05/30/86
MERCURY THERMOMETERS, RECLAIMED OFF-SPEC AND BROKEN	9441.1986(27)	04/02/86
MERCURY, REFINING/REUSE OF SCRAP	9441.1986(06)	01/21/86
METAL GALVANIZING PROCESS RESIDUES AS BY-PRODUCTS/SECONDARY MATERIALS	9441.1989(14)	04/02/89
MOBILE RECYCLING UNIT FOR REPROCESSING WASTE SOLVENTS	9441.1986(30)	04/16/86
PESTICIDE RINSEATE TREATMENT/RECYCLING SYSTEM	9471.1988(04)	10/27/88
PHOTOGRAPHIC FIXER RECYCLING	9496.1990(01)	07/16/90
PICKLE LIQUOR RECOVERY UNIT AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE	9432.1987(13)	11/10/87
RAGS AND SIMILAR MATERIALS ABSORBING VOLATILES AND F-WASTES, HANDLING	9441.1989(50)	10/20/89
RECLAIMED METHANOL IS A PRODUCT RATHER THAN A WASTE	9441.1985(33)	10/23/85
RECLAIMING PRECIOUS METALS FROM DISCARDED AUTOMOTIVE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES	9432.1989(03)	06/06/89
RECYCLED CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE SLUDGES	9441.1985(39)	11/25/85
RECYCLED PRECIOUS METALS, BATTERIES FROM DEFENSE DEPT. SUPPLIES	9441.1986(85)	11/19/86
RECYCLING NICKEL, COPPER AND CHROMIUM-CONTAINING ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES	9441.1988(09)	04/06/88
RECYCLING OF MOLDING AND CASTING SANDS	9441.1986(01)	01/06/86
REGULATORY DETERMINATION OF SPENT SOLDER BATHS, ALSO KNOWN AS "POT DUMPS"	9441.1993(17)	09/20/93
REGULATORY DETERMINATIONS UNDER RCRA ON THE STATUS OF ZINC OXIDE PRODUCED BY AN ELECTRIC ARC STEEL FURNACE	9444.1994(09)	12/19/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF AN AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DUST THAT IS FED TO AN ELECTROLYTIC METALS RECOVERY PROCESS TO RECOVER ZINC METAL	9441.1994(31)	12/20/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF BRASS PARTICLES GENERATED IN THE BELTING AND BUFFING OF BRASS CASTINGS	9441.1993(15)	09/14/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF DISULFIDE OIL WHICH IS BURNED IN A SULFURIC ACID FURNACE	9441.1993(10)	06/02/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS REGULATORS THAT CONTAIN MERCURY UNDER RCRA	9442.1994(06)	07/29/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF PLASTIC CHIPS FROM RECLAMATION OF LEAD-ACID BATTERIES	9441.1993(13)	08/04/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF SEPARATION AND RECOVERY SYSTEMS SAREX PROCESS FOR RECYCLING PETROLEUM REFINERY OILY WASTES	9432.1993(01)	03/05/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT FOUNDRY SAND UNDER RCRA	9441.1995(10)	03/08/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES SHIPPED TO A SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER FOR RECLAMATION	9497.1996 (01)	06/19/96
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT SOLDER BATHS, ALSO KNOWN AS "POT DUMPS"	9441.1993(18)	09/24/93
REPROCESSING OF BATTERIES	9497.1987(02)	02/19/87
RESIDUE FROM SPENT SOLVENT RECLAMATION CONSIDERED HAZARDOUS	9441.1984(03)	02/16/84
SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER VARIANCES	9444.1988(14)	08/26/88
SILVER RECOVERY IN THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY, CHEMICAL RECOVERY CARTRIDGES FOR	9443.1987(01)	01/06/87
SOLVENT RECLAMATION OPERATIONS AT SEMICONDUCTOR FIRMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS	9441.1986(89)	12/02/86
SPENT FOUNDRY SANDS USED AS MOLDS IN THE CASTING PROCESS	9441.1995(22)	06/19/95
SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES BEING RECLAIMED	9497.1987(03)	04/17/87
SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES MANAGEMENT	9497.1989(02)	10/19/89
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR USED/REUSED IS NOT SOLID WASTE	9441.1986(61)	08/18/86
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, DEFINITION AS HAZARDOUS	9441.1987(39)	05/20/87
STILL BOTTOM WASTE GENERATED DURING THE PRODUCTION OF POLYSTYRENE	9441.1988(40)	09/01/88

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THERMAL OXIDIZER AND HYDRODECHLORINATION PROCESS B If-PRODUCT K-WASTES
VARIANCES FROM CLASSIFICATION AS A SOLID WASTE UNDER 40 CFR 260.31(b) FOR SPENT CATALYSTS
ZINC OXIDE RECLAIMED FROM KILNS
9444.1987(44)
9433.1994(02)
9444.1968(02a)
10/16/87
11/15/94
01/26/88
Recovery
•ENERGY RECOVERY ON-SITE CONSTITUTES REUSE FOR THE GENERATOR PROCESSING EXEMPTION	9495.1994(01)	05/31/94
•HAZARDOUS HASTE FUEL IN INCINERATORS	9441.1986(87)	11/30/86
~OFF-SPECIFICATION CIRCUIT PRINTING BOARDS - REGULATORY STATUS	9441.1991(14)	08/01/91
•RECLAIMED COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS: REGULATORY STATUS	9444.1992(07)	11/30/92
•RECOVERED MATERIALS, FEDERAL PROCUREMENT OF	9493.1986 (02)	03/30/86
•REGENERATION VERSUS RECLAMATION FOR SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES	9497.1994 (01)	11/30/94
•REGULATORY STATUS OF METALS RECOVERY UNDER RCRA	9498.1994(10)	10/31/94
•USED OIL STORAGE TANK BOTTOMS! HAZARDOUS WASTE OR USED OIL HHEN BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY?	9592.1994 (11)	09/30/94
APPLICABILITY OF F006 HAZARDOUS WASTE CODE TO NICKEL RECLAMATION PROCESS FOR ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATING SPENT SOLUTIONS	9444.1994 (08)	09/21/94
CLARIFICATION AND/OR RECONSIDERATION OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN EPA'S FINAL RULB ON RECOVERED OIL	9441.1995(17!	05/03/95
CLARIFICATION AS TO WHETHER USED FIXER IS A "BY-PRODUCT" AND NOT SUBJECT TO THE DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE WHEN BEING RECLAIMED	9441.1995(27)	08/16/95
CLARIFICATION OF RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS AS THEY APPLY TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT ACTIVITIES	9592.1994 (02!	03/22/94
CLARIFICATION OF THE REGULATORY STATUS UNDER RCRA OF SILVER RECOVERY UNITS USED IN PHOTO PROCESSING .	9441.1995(26!	08/04/95
CLARIFICATION OF USED OIL REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO USED OIL BEING RECYCLED AND USED OIL BEING BURNED IN AN INDUSTRIAL BOILER	9494.1994(02)	02/08/94
CLASSIFICATION OF A MERCURY RECOVERY UNIT	9498.1994(03)	05/26/94
CLASSIFICATION OF OLIN MERCURY RECOVERY UNIT AS Ml INDUSTRIAL FURNACE	9498.1993(04)	12/17/93
COPPER-BEARING SECONDARY MATERIALS AS FEEDSTOCK	9441.1988(08)	03/22/88
DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL FURNACE AS IT APPLIES TO SMELTING, MELTING, AND REFINING FURNACES HANDLING SECONDARY MATERIALS	9488.1993(01)	12/06/93
DETERMINATION WHETHER SECONDARY MATERIAL TRANSPORTED TO A CANADIAN COPPER SMELTER IS A SOLID WASTE	9441.1995(24)	06/30/95
EPA'S NON-OBJECTION TO IMPORTS OF COBALT OXIDE-MOLYBDIC OXIDE SPENT CATALYSTS INTO THE U.S. FOR RECOVERY	9456.1996(01)	02/15/96
EXEMPTION FOR COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY	9441.1968(33)	07/27/88
INTERPRETATION REGARDING THE REGULATORY STATUS OF SILVER RECOVERY UNITS UNDER RCRA REGULATIONS	9441.1994(28)	10/0S/94
JURISDICTIONAL STATUS UNDER THE RCRA OF CERTAIN METAL-RICH SLUDGES	9441.1996(05)	06/19/96
RECLAMATION OF SPENT ALKALINE ETCHANT-REQUEST FOR VARIANCE UNDER MOD. CLOSED-LOOP PROVISION	9433.1985(06)	10/29/85
RECOVERED LEAD AND LEAD ALLOYS FROM BATTERIES	9455.1991(03)	12/10/91
RECYCLING OF ZINC OXIDE BAGHOUSE DUST	9443.1987(25)	11/04/87
REGULATORY DETERMINATION OF THE PRIMER NEUTRALIZATION UNIT "POPPING FURNACE"	9489.1994 (02)	09/19/94
REGULATORY DETERMINATION ON THE STATUS OF A LEAD/COPPER METAL PRODUCED BY METALS RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES (MRT)	9441.1994 (23)	08/19/94
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF A MOBILE MERCURY RETORTING PROCESS FOR MERCURY CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM NATURAL GAS PIPELINE METERS	9498,1993(03)	11/29/93
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO TWO WASTE STREAMS THAT WOULD BE BI LAYERED THROUGH PHASE SEPARATION AT A LICENSED TSDF	9441.1994(27)	10/04/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF ACRYLIC PLASTIC DUST	9441.1995(03)	02/06/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS PIPELINE CONDENSATE	9442.1994 ( 05 )	04/15/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF NON-LISTED SLUDGE THAT IS BEING RECYCLED	9441.1994(17!	06/10/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES	9441.1993(20)	10/22/93
RESIDUES FROM MUNICIPAL WASTE RESOURCE RECOVERY FACILITIES	9487.1986(08)	05/27/86
SILVER RECOVERY IN THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY	9441.1987(02)	01/06/87
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTESTREAMS FROM A PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURER	9441.1988(49)	12/06/88
SPENT AND RECLAIMED SOLVENTS, BLENDING OF RECLAIMED XYLENE	9441.1987(24)	04/15/87
SPENT SOLVENT RECOVERY, WASTE MANAGEMENT TAX	9441.1986(41)	05/20/86
STILL BOTTOM WASTE FROM POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION	9444.1987(38)	09/01/87
TC RULE - IMPLEMENTATION	9441.1990(29)	10/01/90
USED OIL, BURNING OF OFF-SPECIFICATION FUEL - DUMPING	9441.1986(40)	07/31/86
USED REFRIGERANTS UNDER 40 CFR 261.2	9441.1990(28)	10/18/90
Unused Materials
•UNUSED FORMULATIONS CONTAINING SODIUM PENTACHLOROPHENATE ARE F027
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ISSUES REGARDING OIL AND GAS WASTES
OFF-SPECIFICATION JET FUELS, RECYCLING OF UNUSED
RETURNED PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS
9444.1994(06!
9571.1993(02!
9441.1989(39)
9455.1991(02)
08/31/94
11/05/93
07/31/89
05/16/91

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RECOVERED OIL
(See Used Oil)
XREF
I /
RECOVERY
(See Reclamation)
XREF
/ /
RECYCLE
(See also Reclamation, Solid Haste)	XREF	/ /
•CLOSED-LOOP RECYCLING EXCLUSION	9441.1993(02)	02/28/93
•DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE	9441.1987(40)	OS/31/87
•DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE AND RECLAMATION	9444.1987 (37a)	0B/31/B7
•EXPORTING HAZARDOUS WASTE	9456.1987(01)	08/30/87
•LEAD-ACID BATTERIES AND UNIVERSAL WASTE	9593.1995(01)	12/31/95
•PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY OF SPECULATIVE ACCUMULATION PROVISION	9441.1995(291	08/31/95
•RECOVERED MATERIALS, FEDERAL PROCUREMENT OF	9493.1986(02)	03/30/86
•RECYCLED USED OIL - TECHNICAL CRITERIA FOR LISTING, COURT DECISION	9433.1988(02)	11/30/88
•REGULATION OF NICKEL/CADMIUM BATTERIES AS SCRAP METAL WHEN RECYCLED	9441.1990 (13d)	05/31/90
•SHAM RECYCLING POLICY APPLIED TO CERTIFIED BIFs	9488.1991(05)	10/01/91
•SMALL QUANTITY DETERMINATION FOR SOLVENT RECLAIMER	9441.1987(10)	02/28/87
•SOLID WASTE DETERMINATION FOR SPILLED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS	9441.1995(20)	05/31/95
•SOURCE REDUCTION AND RECYCLING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS FOR STATES	9581.1988(01)	11/01/88
•STORAGE PRIOR TQ RECYCLING	9475.1987(01)	04/30/87
•USED OIL AS DUST SUPPRESSANT	9493.1985(06!	12/30/85
•USED OIL STORAGE TANK BOTTOMS: HAZARDOUS WASTE OR USED OIL WHEN BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY?	9592.1994(11)	09/30/94
•WASTE MINIMIZATION AND RECYCLING ACTIVITIES THAT RESEMBLE CONVENTIONAL WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE	9561.1994(02)	07/31/94
AUTOMOTIVE FLUIDS, REGULATION OP	9441.1987(14)	03/06/87
BATTERY RECONDITIONING	9441.1986(56)	07/28/86
BATTERY RECYCLING AND EXPORT	9497.1987(011	02/12/87
BLAST SLAG TESTING PROCEDURES	9442.1989(09)	11/03/89
BRASS DROSS SKIMMINGS, SEPARATION OF METALS AND OXIDES, BY-PRODUCT	9441.1985(21)	06/06/85
BY-PRODUCT CRUDE OIL TANK BOTTOMS	9441.1986(37)	05/01/86
CHARACTERISTIC SLUDGES RECLAIMED OR PROCESSED PRIOR TO USE AS AN INGREDIENT IN FERTILIZER	9493.1985(031	11/25/85
CHLOROFLUOROCARBON RECYCLING	9441.1988(32)	07/21/88
CLARIFICATION OF HOW PROVISIONS IN CERCLA APPLY TO "SERVICE STATION DEALERS" THAT HANDLE USED OIL	9592.1994 (12)	11/10/94
CLARIFICATION OF HOW RCRA REGULATIONS APPLY TO OFF-SPECIFICATION FUELS THAT ARE BEING BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY	9441.1994(18)	07/11/94
CLARIFICATION OF THE TERM "WHEN" IN 40 CFR 261.2(c)	9441.1993(08)	05/06/93
CLARIFICATION OF USED OIL REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO USED OIL BEING RECYCLED AND USED OIL BEING BURNED IN AN INDUSTRIAL BOILER	9494.1994 (02)	02/08/94
CLARIFICATION ON; MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER; F003, F005, D001; WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING; AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC	9441.1994 (26)	09/28/94
CLEAN SOLVENT FROM RECYCLED SOLVENT-CONTAINING WASTE - STILL BOTTOMS	9441.1987(26)	04/17/87
CLOSURE COST ESTIMATES BASED ON THIRD PARTY COSTS	9477.1984(01)	01/12/84
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE WASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)	9441.1987(98)	12/24/87
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS USED IN AIR BAGS - EFFECT ON RECYCLE OF FERROUS SCRAP FROM AUTOMOBILES	9441.1985(02)	01/16/85
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, RECYCLING A MIXTURE OF	9441.1986(34)	04/28/86
COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS VERSUS SOIL AMENDMENTS	9493.1987(01)	09/03/87
ETCHANTS USED TO MANUFACTURE COPPER SALTS	9441.1986(821	11/08/86
EXEMPTION FOR COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS ONCE THE FERTILIZER IS PRODUCED	9493.1986(071	08/21/86
EXPORT REQUIREMENTS FOR SPENT BATTERIES SENT TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR RECYCLING	9455.1987(01)	06/19/87
FLUE DUST AND METAL HYDROXIDE SLUDGE RECYCLING/RECLAMATION	9441.1989(1 >I	03/27/89
FLUFF RESIDUALS FROM FERROUS METALS RECYCLING (AUTOMOBILE SHREDDING)	9441.1988(4nI	U/21/88
FOUNDRY SANDS RECYCLED AND RETURNED TO THE FOUNDRY	9441.1987(131	03/04/87
FREE-FLOWING MERCURY WHICH IS DISTILLED AND SOLD AS AN INGREDIENT IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS	9441.1994(08)	03/30/94
GENERATOR RECYCLING HAZARDOUS WASTE ON-SITE	9453.1987(04)	07/14/87
GUIDANCE FROM THE U.S. EPA ON THE CRUSHING OF MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS	9441.1995(21)	06/0S/95
HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL CADENCE PRODUCT 312, REGULATION OF	9494.1986(04)	04/11/86

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HAZARDOUS HASTE RECYCLERS

9461.1988(01)
08/31/18
HAZARDOUS HASTE RECYCLING REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED INK RECYCLING PROCESS

9441.1993(14)
09/01/93
HAZARDOUS HASTES THAT ARE RECYCLED, HANDLING

9441.1986(76)
10/08/86
INCINERATOR RESIDUES/RECYCLING DEFINED/ACCUMULATION

9S51.1989(06)
05/03/89
INDUSTRIAL FURNACES BURNING HAZARDOUS HASTES AND THE RESIDUALS GENERATED (LOUISIANA REG)
9494.1987(02)
04/15/87
INDUSTRIAL PLATING OPERATIONS, STATUS OF VARIOUS WASTES FROM

9441.1988(50)
12/07/88
LISTING OF TF-1, AN ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMER FLUSHING AGENT

9442.1986(04)
05/06/86
MANAGEMENT OF LEAD-ACID BATTERIES THAT ARE RECYCLED

9497.1993(01)
12/23/93
MIXTURES OF SPENT SOLVENTS - F00I-F005, REGULATORY STATUS OF

9441.1984(06)
04/10/84
MIXTURBS OF HASTES AND LEGITIMATE BURNING FOR ENERGY RECOVERY

9494.1987(03)
08/31/87
MOBILE RECKLING UNIT FOR REPROCESSING HASTE SOLVENTS

9441,1986(30)
04/16/85
MOBILE SOLVENT RECYCLER, GENERATOR DETERMINATION TOR

9432.1986(13)
08/06/86
NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES RECYCLING

9497.1991(02)
05/30/91
OFF-SPECIFICATION JET FUELS, RECYCLING OF UNUSED

9441.1989(39)
07/31/89
ON-SITE RECYCLING OF SPENT SOLVENTS BY GENERATORS

9441.1986(21)
03/13/86
PICKLE LIQUOR RECOVERY UNIT AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE

9432.1987(13)
11/10/87
POPPING FURNACES-DOD DISPOSAL OF OUTDATED ORDNANCE BY INCINERATION - METALS RECOVERY

9441.1983(04)
06/08/83
QUANTUM TECH PLASMA ARC UNIT - REGULATORY CLASSIFICATION

9488.1991(04)
09/30/91
RECLAMATION OF SPENT ALKALINE ETCHANT-REQUEST FOR VARIANCE UNDER MOD, CLOSED-LOOP PROVISION
9433.1985(06)
10/29/85
RECOVERY OF SULFUR AND CHLORIDE FROM SLURRIED BAGHOUSE DUST

9441.1992(33)
10/08/92
RECYCLABLE CLOTH WIPERS AND DISPOSABLE INDUSTRIAL WIPERS USED TO CLEAN UP HAZARDOUS HASTES
9441.1986(53)
07/03/86
RECYCLED CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE SLUDGES

9441.1985(39)
11/25/85
RECYCLED GASOLINE/HATER AND FUEL OIL/WATER MIXTURES

9441.1986(22)
03/19/86
RECYCLING ACTIVITIES

9451.1989(01)
05/03/89
RECYCLING EXCLUSION OF WASTES

9441.1990(06)
03/19/90
RECYCLING NICKEL, COPPER AND CHROMIUM-CONTAINING ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES

9441.1988(09)
04/06/88
RECYCLING OF ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST

9441,1988(27)
06/15/88
RECYCLING OF ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES (F006) FOR CEMENT/AGGREGATE MANUFACTURE

9441,1989(19)
04/26/89
RECYCLING OP K061 AS AN INGREDIENT IN CEMENT

9441.1990(03)
02/13/90
RECYCLING OF LEAD-ACID BATTERIES

9497.1989(03)
11/17/89
RECYCLING OF MOLDING AND CASTING SANDS

9441,1986(01)
01/06/86
REGION V FUEL-BLENDING FACILITIES CONCERNS

9441.1991(17)
11/04/91
REGULATORY STATUS OF A GASIFICATION UNIT PROPOSED BY TEXACO TO BE BUILT IN EL DORADO,
KANSAS
9441.1995(18)
05/25/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF ACRYLIC PLASTIC DUST

9441,1995(03)
02/06/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF RECLAIMED SOLVENT FROM USED DRY CLEANING FILTERS

9441,1992(11)
05/28/92
REGULATORY STATUS OP RESIDUAL AVIATION FUELS THAT ARE BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY

9441.1995(04)
02/06/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT FOUNDRY SAND UNDER RCRA

9441.1995(10)
03/08/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL CANS

9442.1993(02)
10/07/93
REPROCESSING OF BATTERIES

9497.1987(02)
02/19/87
RESIDUE FROM SPENT SOLVENT RECLAMATION CONSIDERED HAZARDOUS

9441,1984(03)
02/16/84
SCRAP METAL REMOVED FROM SPENT ALKALINE BATTERIES THAT ARE RECYCLED

9441.1986(79)
10/20/86
SECONDARY MATERIALS REGULATION - USED SULFURIC ACID

9441.1988(23)
06/06/88
SLUDGE HASTE HANDLING IF TEMP, EXCLUSION IS WITHDRAWN / FUTURE METALS RECOVERY-STEEL
FACILITY
9433,1986(17)
09/30/86
SOLVENT RECLAMATION OPERATIONS AT SEMICONDUCTOR FIRMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS

9441.1986(89)
12/02/86
SOLVENT STILL AS RECYCLING UNIT - REGULATORY STATUS OF

9441.1985(24)
06/27/85
SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES BEING RECLAIMED

9497.1987(03)
04/17/87
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR USED IN PRODUCTION OF FERRIC CHLORIDE

9441.1985(27)
07/16/8S
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, USE/REUSE EXEMPTION AS APPLIED TO

9441.1985(20)
06/05/85
SPENT SOLVENT RECOVERY, HASTE MANAGEMENT TAX

9441.1986(41)
05/20/86
SPENT SULFURIC ACID ACCUMULATED SPECULATIVELY

9441.1988(19)
05/26/88
SPENT SULFURIC ACID PICKLE LIQUOR USED TO PRODUCE FERTILIZER

9493,1985(02)
11/14/85
STATUS OF UNLISTED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS WHEN RECYCLED

9444,1993(01)
02/23/93
STILL BOTTOM WASTE FROM POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION

9444.1987 (38)
09/01/87
STILL BOTTOMS GENERATED AND REMOVED FROM A RECYCLING UNIT

9453.1989(04)
04/18/89
STORAGE PERMIT FOR FACILITIES INVOLVED IN HAZARDOUS HASTE RECYCLING

9441,1989(11)
03/27/89
TANK TREATMENT SYSTEM OF METAL-RICH RINSEWATERS

9483.1990(01)
08/01/90
TC RULE - IMPLEMENTATION

9441.1990(29)
10/01/90


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THE STATUS OF UNUSED OFF-SPECIFICATION LEAD PLATES USED IN THE PRODUCTION OF LEAD-ACID AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES	9441.1995(31)	09/14/95
TUT RED WATER, REUSE OF	9441.1981(04)	04/10/81
TORPEDO PROPULSION UNITS SHIPPED FOR RECYCLING, REGULATION OF	9441.1986(14!	02/25/86
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER	9432.00-1	02/11/86
TWO WASTE OIL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES REGULATORY STATUS	9495.1991(01)	06/05/91
USE OF ON-SPECIFICATION USED OIL FUEL AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR #2 FUEL OIL IN MANUFACTURING ANFO BLASTING AGENTS	9592.1994(01)	01/10/94
USED OIL BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY, INTERPRETATION OF SUBPART E	9495.1989(01)	05/15/89
USED OIL CONTAMINATION THROUGH NORMAL USE OR MIXING WITH HAZARDOUS WASTES - RECYCLING DEFINED	9441.1984(30)	10/22/84
USED OIL FILTERS - REGULATION	9441.1990(30)	10/30/90
USED OIL FILTERS, REGULATORY DETERMINATION	9442.1990(05)	10/30/90
USED OIL INTRODUCED INTO REFINERY PROCESS UNDER HAZARDOUS WASTE DERIVED REFINERY FUEL PRODUCTS EXEMPTION	9441.1986(11)	02/11/86
WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES AT DOO FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTATION	9494.1986(02)	03/19/86
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS AT IRON AND STEEL MILLS AS PRODUCTS OR WASTE FUELS, INFORMATION REQUIRED	9441.1986(08)	01/24/86
Precious Metals
~EXPORT OF RECYCLABLE MATERIALS	9456.1986(01)	10/30/86
•NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RECYCLABLE MATERIALS	9441.1988 (13)	04/30/88
•PRECIOUS METAL RECYCLING (SILVER), SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR	9441.1985(28a)	07/30/85
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA SUBTITLE C REGULATIONS TO SILVER RECLAMATION OPERATIONS OF SPENT PHOTOGRAPHIC FIXER SOLUTIONS	9496.1994(01!	02/28/94
BATTERIES, SCRAP METAL, AND PRECIOUS METALS	9441.1985(44!	12/18/85
CLARIFICATION AS TO WHETHER USED FIXER IS A "BY-PRODUCT" AND NOT SUBJECT TO THE DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE WHEN BEING RECLAIMED	9441.1995(27)	08/16/95
CLARIFICATION OF THE REGULATORY STATUS UNDER RCRA OF SILVER RECOVERY UNITS USED IN PHOTO PROCESSING	9441.1995(26)	08/04/95
CLASSIFICATION OF OLIN MERCURY RECOVERY UNIT AS AN INDUSTRIAL FURNACE	9498,1993(04)	12/17/93
DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL FURNACE AS IT APPLIES TO SMELTING, MELTING, AND REFINING FURNACES HANDLING SECONDARY MATERIALS	9488.1993(01)	12/06/93
EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTES UTILIZED FOR PRECIOUS METALS RECLAMATION	9455.1991(01!	02/05/91
INTERPRETATION REGARDING THE REGULATORY STATUS OP SILVER RECOVERY UNITS UNDER RCRA REGULATIONS	9441.1994(28!	10/05/94
MATERIALS USED IN FERTILIZER PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT	9493.1991(05)	10/11/91
MATERIALS USED IN FERTILIZER PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT	9493.1991(04)	10/11/91
PHOTOGRAPHIC FIXER RECYCLING	9496.1990(01!	07/16/90
RECLAIMING PRECIOUS METALS FROM DISCARDED AUTOMOTIVE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES	9432.1989(03)	06/06/89
RECYCLABLE MATERIALS WHERE PRECIOUS METALS ARE RECLAIMED	9551.1989(03)	12/20/89
RECYCLED PRECIOUS METALS, BATTERIES FROM DEFENSE DEPT. SUPPLIES	9441.1986(85!	11/19/86
REGULATORY DETERMINATION ON"THE STATUS OF PRECIOUS METAL RECOVERY FURNACES	9496.1993(01)	12/27/93
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF A MOBILE MERCURY RETORTING PROCESS FOR MERCURY CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM NATURAL GAS PIPELINE METERS	9498.1993(03!	11/29/93
SILVER IN WASTES AND IN SEWER DISCHARGES FROM THE PHOTO-FINISHING INDUSTRY	9443.1986(15!	06/26/86
SILVER RECOVER* IN THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY	9441.1987(02!	01/06/87
SILVER RECOVERY IN THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY, CHEMICAL RECOVERY CARTRIDGES FOR	9443.1987(01)	01/06/87
SPENT CYANIDE PLATING BATH SOLUTIONS FROM SILVER RECOVERY	9441.1989(34)	07/06/89
USED X-RAY FILM AS A SPENT MATERIAL - SILVER RECLAMATION	9441.1986(42!	05/20/86
Regenerat ion
•REGENERATION VERSUS RECLAMATION FOR SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES	9497.1994(01!	11/30/94
BUBBLER CANISTERS CONTAINING PHOSPHOROUS OXYCHLORIDE ARE NOT WASTE WHEN RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES FROM JAPAN FOR REGENERATION 9456.1994(01)	12/16/94
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITIES	9442.1986(03!	04/02/86
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITIES	9441.1986(26)	04/02/86
CARBON REGENERATION UNITS - REGULATORY STATUS	9489.1991(04)	08/02/91
HOW TREATING FILTRATION MEDIA COMPARABLE TO ACTIVATED CARBON WOULD BE PERMITTED UNDER RCRA	9489.1996(02)	06/10/96
REGENERATION OF USED BATTERIES EXEMPTED FROM REGULATION	9441.1986(51!	07/02/86
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES SHIPPED TO A SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER FOR RECLAMATION	9497.1996(01!	06/19/96
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, DEFINITION AS HAZARDOUS	9441.1987(39)	05/20/87
USED BATTERIES RETURNED FOR REGENERATION EXEMPTION	9497.1991(01!	03/04/91
WOULD REGENERATION EXEMPTION APPLY TO VARIOUS TYPES OF LOCATIONS AT WHICH LEAD-ACID BATTERIES ARE REGENERATED?	9441.1995(01!	01/12/9S
Reuse
~ENERGY RECOVERY ON-SITE CONSTITUTES REUSE FOR THE GENERATOR PROCESSING EXEMPTION
•FILTERS USED TO RECLAIM CFC REFRIGERANT
~GENERATION AND RECYCLING
9495.1994(01)
9441.1992(32)
9441.1987(20!
05/31/94
09/30/92
03/31/87

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•K051 AND HSWA	9441.1985 (28b)
•SECONDARY MATERIALS USED AS EFFECTIVE SUBSTITUTES FOR COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS	9441,1992(13)
•SOLID AND HAZARDOUS HASTE, DEFINED FOR SPENT SULFURIC ACID	9441,1986(17)
BAGHQUSE DUSTS USED AS, OR TO PRODUCE, AGGREGATE	9493.1991(03!
BRIQUETTING OF FLUE DUST (K061) FOR STEEL PRODUCTION	'	9441.1987(58)
CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS (CFCs) AS REFRIGERANTS, RECYCLING OF SPENT	9441.1989(401
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS AS THEY APPLY TO CERTAIN SECONDARY MATERIALS	9441.1994(13)
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATIONS AS THEY APPLY TO THE USE OF PERCHLOROETHYLENE IN DRY-CLEANING PROCESS	9441.1994 SIS)
CLARIFICATION ON HOW REUSE OF "HASTE RESINS" AS FEED STOCK TO MANUFACTURE NEW PRODUCTS ARE REGULATED UNDER RCRA	9441.1994(19)
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE WASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)	9441.1987(75)
COLORED GLAZE SOLIDS COLLECTED IN POTTERY MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS	9441.1908(17)
COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS CONTAINING K061 WASTES	9493.1986(05)
COUNTING DRY CLEANING INDUSTRY WASTE ONLY AFTER REMOVAL FROM THE PROCESS - SQG RULE	9441.1986 (67)
DEIONIZATION ACID	9443.1986(11)
DEIONIZATION ACID REUSED, NOT A WASTE	9441.1986(39)
DROSS FROM ALUMINUM SMELTING USED IN MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT	9441.1989(01)
EXCLUSIONS FOR K-WASTES DENIED (LACLEDE STEEL)	9441.1989(48)
JURISDICTIONAL STATUS UNDER THE RCRA OF CERTAIN METAL-RICH SLUDGES	'	9441.1996(05)
MERCURY SUITABLE FOR DIRECT USE (99* PURE! NOT SOLID HASTE	9441,1986(43)
MERCURY, REFINING/REUSE OF SCRAP	9441.1986(06)
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION ON RINSEWATER FROM ALUMINUM ANODIZING	9441.1992(23)
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR ON-SITE TREATMENT OF OXYGEN BREATHING APPARATUS (OBA) CANISTERS	9441.1994(10)
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF DISPOSABLE AND LAUNDERABLE INDUSTRIAL RAGS AND WIPERS	9441,1993(19)
REGULATORY STATUS OF COAL TAR DISTILLATES	9441.1992(201
REGULATORY STATUS OF CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER AND LIMITATIONS ON DISPOSAL AND REUSE	9441.1989(03)
REGULATORY STATUS OF DISULFIDE OIL WHICH IS BURNED IN A SULFURIC ACID FURNACE	9441.1993(10)
REGULATORY STATUS OP HIGH PURITY CHEMICALS THAT ARE INITIALLY USED BY CUSTOMERS AND THEN SOLD TO OTHER BUSINESSES FOR FURTHER USE 9441.1994(24)
REGULATORY STATUS OF RESIDUES FROM SECONDARY LEAD SMELTERS THAT RECYCLE K069 WASTES	9441.1991(14a)
RESIDUES FROM SECONDARY LEAD SMELTERS THAT RECYCLE K069 WASTES	9496.1991(01)
REUSE/RECYCLE REGULATIONS IMPACT ON SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERY RECYCLING	9497,1986(01)
SPENT ACIDS AS HATER CONDITIONER	9441.1987(73)
SPENT FOUNDRY SANDS USED AS MOLDS IN THE CASTING PROCESS	9441.1995(22)
SPENT PICKLB LIQUOR USED/REUSED IS NOT SOLID WASTE	9441.1986(61)
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, DEFINITION AS HAZARDOUS	9441,1987(39)
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, REUSE OP	9441.1987(17)
USE OF INDUSTRIAL HAZARDOUS AND NON-HAZARDOUS WASTES AS FEEDSTOCK FOR A CATALYTIC EXTRACTION PROCESSING (CEP) UNIT	9432.1996(01)
USE/REUSE EXCLUSION TO RED WATER (K047) FROM WHICH SODIUM SULFITE IS RECOVERED AND WHICH IS USED AS A FUEL	9441.1987(42)
USED OIL DESTINED FOR RECYCLING	9495.1987(06!
USED REFRIGERANTS UNDER 40 CFR 261,2	9441.1990(28)
VARIANCES FROM CLASSIFICATION AS A SOLID WASTE UNDER 40 CFR 260.31(b) FOR SPENT CATALYSTS	9433.1994(02)
WASTE ACID AS WASTEWATER CONDITIONER AND AS INGREDIENT IN FERTILIZER	9441.1986(80)
Use Constituting Disposal
USB OF USED OIL AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT	9592.1996(02)
USE OF WASTE LEATHER TRIMMINGS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF ABSORBED MATERIALS	9441.1996(04)
07/31/85
05/31/92
02/28/86
06/21/91
07/31/87
08/02/89
05/19/94
06/10/94
07/11/94
09/04/87
05/18/88
09/11/86
09/08/86
05/12/86
05/12/86
02/07/89
09/12/89
06/19/96
05/30/86
01/21/86
07/23/92
05/09/94
09/27/93
07/09/92
01/24/89
06/02/93
08/30/94
08/05/91
08/05/91
02/06/86
08/31/87
06/19/95
08/18/86
05/20/87
03/31/87
04/12/96
06/09/87
04/17/87
10/18/90
11/15/94
10/20/86
02/15/96
06/11/96
Use Constituting Disposal
•RECLAIMED SPENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE EXCLUSION IN 261.4(a) (9)
•USE CONSTITUTING DISPOSAL, RESIDUES FROM FIRE TRAINING EXERCISES
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA USED OIL REGULATIONS TO USED OIL CONTAINED IN DISCARDED HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
CLARIFICATION ON HOW REUSE OF "HASTE RESINS" AS FEED STOCK TO MANUFACTURE NEW PRODUCTS ARE REGULATED UNDER RCRA
COPPER PLATING SOLUTION
DECHARACTERIZATION AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTES THAT HAVE UNDERGONE CHEMICAL SOLIDIFICATION
DETERMINATION REGARDING THE REGULATORY STATUS OF A HASTE RECLAMATION SYSTEM
HAZARDOUS HASTE DETERMINATION OF "NICKEL MATTE" BY-PRODUCT
K-WASTE FILTER CAKE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT
PROPOSED BEST DEMONSTRATED AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGY (BDAT) FOR K061 WASTE
9441,
9493.
9592.
9441.
9443,
9493.
9441.
9441,
9441,
9441.
1991(19!
1985(04)
1994(06)
1994(19)
1986(04)
1985(05)
1994 (29)
1994(32)
1990(35)
1988(06)
12/01/91
11/30/85
07/11/94
07/11/94
01/22/86
12/13/85
11/09/94
12/23/94
12/21/90
03/09/88

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RECYCLING OF COKE BY-PRODUCT RESIDUES
REGULATORY DETERMINATIONS UNDER RCRA ON THE STATUS OF ZINC OXIDE PRODUCED BY AN ELECTRIC ARC STEEL FURNACE
REGULATORY STATUS OF DRIP GAS GENERATED ALONG NATURAL GAS TRANSMISSION PIPELINES
REGULATORY STATUS OF THE MANUFACTURE AND USE OF WASTE-DERIVED FERTILIZER
SECONDARY MATERIAL SUBJECTED TO NOTICE REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE US-CANADIAN BILATERAL TREATY
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH CHLORDANE AS A RESULT OF PESTICIDE APPLICATION
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, REUSE OF
USE OF PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED SOILS AS AN INGREDIENT IN ASPHALT BATCHING
HASTE ACID AS WASTEWATER CONDITIONER AND AS INGREDIENT IN FERTILIZER
ZINC OXIDE DOST RECLAIMED OR USED AS FERTILIZER
REFINERY HASTE
(See Petroleum Refinery Hastes!
REGENERATION
(See Recycle)
REGULATED UNIT
(See also Corrective Action, Groundwater Monitoring!
FINANCIAL ASSURANCE FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION
GROUNDWATER MONITORING AT REGULATED UNITS NEAR SWMUs THAT HAVE IMPACTED GROUND HATER
Definition
•BDAT FOR WASTEWATER
* ELECTROPLATING AND ELECTROLESS PLATING LISTINGS
•HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
'LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS DEFINITIONS
•REMOVAL OF TC WASTE FROM A SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
•SKINNER LIST
•SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE, DEFINED FOR SPENT SULFURIC ACID
•TANK WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT DEFINITIONS
•USED OIL, DEFINITION OF
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT DEFINITION
AQUEOUS AS USED IN THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
BATCH, DEFINITION OF
BOILERS USED IN GREENHOUSE OPERATIONS ARE INDUSTRIAL BOILERS
BULKING OR CONTAINERIZING COMPATIBLE HAZARDOUS WASTES FOR TRANSPORTATION
DEACTIVATION (POPPING! FURNACES AS INCINERATORS
EMPTY CONTAINERS REGULATORY STATUS
EVAPORATOR USED TO REMOVE WATER FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE
GENERATOR WITH RESPECT TO REGULATION OF OPERATIONAL HASTES FROM SHIPS, DEFINITION
HEAT RECOVERY UNIT AS A BOILER OR AH INCINERATOR
HOLDING, TEMPORARY, PERIOD, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL (DEFINITIONS)
IN-EXISTENCE AND UNDER CONSTRUCTION-DEFINITIONS
INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD IN BOILER DEFINITION (LUBRIZOL)
LIQUID, FREE LIQUID, RELEASABLE LIQUID DEFINITIONS
MARINE DEBRIS IN HATERS, DISPOSAL OF
OPERATED TO CONTAIN, DEFINITION
PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT AS A WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT THAT IS PART OF A WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
SLUDGE DRYER ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT-EFFECT ON WWTU EXEMPTION
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT DEFINED FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION UNDER 3004 (ul
9441
9444
9444
9493
9441
9444
9441
9493
9441
9441
1992(37)
1994(09)
1993(03)
1993(01)
1989(29!
,1986(20)
,1987(17)
,1991(02)
.1986(80)
,1987(61)
XREF
XREF
9432
9432
9441
9551
9443
9445
9441
9432
9431
9432
9443
9432
9432
9432
9432
9432
9432
9432
9432
9432
9432
9432
9432
9432
9483
9432
94 83
9432
9522
9432
9502
10/29/92
12/19/94
09/09/93
09/23/93
06/15/89
09/29/86
03/31/87
06/20/91
10/20/86
08/12/87
/ /
/ /
XREF	/ /
9502.1986(13) 08/22/86
9481.1987(05) 06/17/87
.1986(16)
,1989(01)
.1988(30!
.1986(23!
.1991(02!
.1985(06!
.1986(17!
.1988(03!
.1988(01)
.1988(05)
.1987(19)
.1989(05!
.1986(03)
.1990(02)
.1987(07)
.1990(03!
.1987(03)
.1986(05)
.1985(08)
.1986(12)
,1989(02!
.1985(10)
.1989(04)
,1987112a)
.1989(06)
.1986(08)
.1988(18)
.1987(08)
.1988(02)
.1986(01)
.1987(07)
12/30/86
08/30/89
06/30/88
12/30/86
11/01/91
08/30/85
02/28/86
03/30/88
01/30/88
10/30/88
09/14/87
12/05/89
01/09/86
03/01/90
07/17/87
09/13/90
05/01/87
02/05/86
11/20/85
07/28/86
05/16/89
12/30/85
07/20/89
11/04/87
11/30/89
04/30/86
12/12/88
08/03/87
03/07/88
01/06/86
07/24/87

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SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECTIVE ACTION UNDER 3004 Jul, DEFINITION OF
STILL BOTTOM HASTE GENERATED BY A POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION FACILITY
SULFUR RECOVER* FURNACES ARE INDUSTRIAL FURNACES SUBJECT TO THE HASTE-AS-FUEL RULES
THREE AND FOUR-SIDED, FLOORED STRUCTURES, REGULATOR* CLASSIFICATION OF
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY *0 A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER
UCAPCO APPLICATION FOR A VARIANCE UNDER 3004 (c) (2) OF RCRA
F-Wastea
~MIXED HASTE AND LAND BAN
REGULATED HASTES
(See Hazardous Haste Identification, Solid Waste)
REGULATION
MARINE DEBRIS IN HATERS, DISPOSAL OF
PERMIT COMPLIANCE/ENFORCEMENT ISSUES (REG. X)
PETROLEUM REFINERY SLUDGE REGULATIONS
PROPOSED RULES IMPACT ON PERMIT DEADLINES
SEDIMENT SAMPLE DISPOSAL
TEMPORARY AND INFORMAL DELISTINGS AND KSWA EFFECTS ON BOTH
YAKIMA INDIAN NATION INVOLVEMENT IN RCRA ON TRIBAL AND CEDED LANDS
9502.
9432.
9432.
9432.
94 32
9432.
9432.
9480,
00-6
1988 (01)
1986(04)
1987(02)
1987(01)
1986(15)
00-1
1987(02)
XREF
XREF
94 32.
9522.
9444.
9501.
9441.
9433.
9431.
07/02/87
02/11/88
01/21/86
04/02/87
03/17/87
12/22/86
02/11/86
10/29/87
9551.1989(02) 03/30/89
1987(12a)
00-3
1990(05)
1987(03)
1989(12)
1986(14)
1990(01)
/ /
/ /
11/04/87
11/13/87
10/17/90
12/28/87
03/31/89
05/27/86
11/0S/90
RELEASE
(See Corrective Action, Secondary Containment)
REMEDIATION
(See Corrective Action)
REPORTING INFORMATION
(See also Generators, Notification)
•BIENNIAL REPORTING FOR HASTES TREATED IN EXEMPT UNITS
INTERPRETATION OP THE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OP 40 CFR 270.30(1) (10)
MINERAL PROCESSING FACILITIES, REPORT TO CONGRESS
RDSD PERMITS - POLICY GUIDANCE
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS SECTION 270,30(11(10)
STATE/REGIONAL BIENNIAL REPORTS
XREF
XREF
XREF
9454.1994(02)
9524.1994(01)
9475.1989(01)
9503.50-1A
9524.1988(01)
9454.1986(05)
/ /
/ /
/ /
06/30/94
07/19/94
02/09/89
12/23/85
02/23/88
08/13/86
RESIDUE
(See Derived-From Rule)
XREF
/ /
RETROFIT
(See Minimum Technological Requirements, Surface Impoundment)
REUSE
XREF
/ /
(See Recycle)
XREF
/ /

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RFA
(See RCRA Facility Assessment)
RISK
(See Risk Assessment)
RISK ANALYSIS
(See Risk Assessment)
RISK ASSESSMENT
HEALTH BASED VALUES FOR PAH'S IN COKE BY-PRODUCT WASTES
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR EXXON, TX
SITE-SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS AT COMBUSTION FACILITIES THAT ARE REGULATED UNDER RCRA
Exposure Information
APPLICABILITY OF OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
APPLICABILITY OF THE OMNIBUS AUTHORITY AND SITE SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENTS TO HASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
ATSDR HEALTH ASSESSMENTS UNDER RCRA 3019
EPA'S IMPLEMENTATION OF THE HAZARDOUS WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
EXPOSURE INFORMATION REPORT REVIEW IN CONJUNCTION WITH ATSDR
GUIDANCE ON USING ALTERNATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT APPROACHES IN DETERMINING INCINERATOR METALS EMISSION LIMITS
Health Assessments
CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN (CAPS, CONTENTS AND USE OF
HEALTH ASSESSMENT INFORMATION IN LISTING DECISIONS
HEALTH BASED VALUES FOR CHEMICAL LIST
HEALTH BASED VALUES FOR PAH'S IN COKE BY-PRODUCT WASTES
HEALTH STATUS OF PAH's IN COKE BY-PRODUCT WASTES
HEALTH-BASED LEVEL FOR CYANIDE
INCLUSION OF EMISSIONS FROM OB/OD UNITS IN THE HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT FOR A CHEMICAL AGENT DISPOSAL FACILITY
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9551.1989104)
9551.1991(03)
9498.1995(02)
9498.1996(05)
9498.1996(01)
9523.1986(05)
9498.1996(06)
9523.1986(02)
9488.1992(02)
9502
9442
9445
9551
9551
9442
9489
9523
1987(04)
1986(04a)
,1989(02)
.1989(04)
.1989(05)
.1988(02)
,1995(01)
.00-12
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
07/06/89
01/29/91
11/30/95
05/10/96
02/26/96
11/21/86
05/23/96
07/31/86
11/17/92
03/13/87
05/09/86
07/18/89
07/06/89
06/12/89
03/30/88
01/30/95
03/30/87
Risk
HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES, APPLICATION OF
9486.1985(01) 03/27/85
Risk Analysis
EPA'S IMPLEMENTATION OF THE HAZARDOUS WASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY
RISK-BASED METHODOLOGIES ON LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR WASTE STREAMS - TANK RISK ANALYSIS
9498.1996(06)
9551.1986(07)
9441.1986(25)
05/23/96
06/19/86
03/26/86
RUN-OPF
LEACHATE AND PRECIPITATION RUN-OFF AT LFs, WASTE PILES, AND LT UNITS, HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM MIXTURE OP
PRECIPITATION WHICH IS CORROSIVE DUE TO CONTACT WITH EXEMPT WASTES (COAL GASIFICATION ASH)
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
SAMPLE ANALYSIS
(See Analytic Methods)
XREF
9441.1984(37)
9441.1986(31)
9441.1986(28)
XREF
/ /
11/14/84
04/21/86
04/07/86
/ /

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SAMPLING
(See Analytic Methods)
SAMPLING PLAN
(See Analytic Methods)
SANITARY LANDFILL
(See Municipal Landfill)
XREF
XREF
XREP
/ /
/ /
/ /
SCRAP METAL
(See also Solid Haste)
•CLARIFICATION OF BY-PRODUCT VERSUS SCRAP METAL
BATTERIES, SCRAP METAL, AND PRECIOUS METALS
CLARIFICATION ON: MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER; F003, F005, D001; WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING; AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR GFC
DROVE RECLAMATION IN BRASS INDUSTRY, BY-PRODUCT DESIGNATION
HAZARDOUS HASTES THAT ARE RECYCLED, HANDLING
RECLAIMING PRECIOUS METALS FROM DISCARDED AUTOMOTIVE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES
REGULATORY DETERMINATION OF SPENT SOLDER BATHS, ALSO KNOWN AS "POT DUMPS"
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR ON-SITE TREATMENT OF OXYGEN BREATHING APPARATUS (OBA) CANISTERS
REGULATORY STATUS OF BRASS PARTICLES GENERATED IN THE BELTING AND BUFFING OF BRASS CASTINGS
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT SOLDER BATHS, ALSO KNOWN AS "POT DUMPS"
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED CUTTING OILS AND USED OIL COATED STEEL TURNINGS GENERATED DURING MACHINING OPERATIONS
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL CANS
REGULATORY STATUS OF HASTE AEROSOL CANS
SCRAP METAL REMOVED FROM SPENT ALKALINE BATTERIES THAT ARE RECYCLED
TC RULE DELAY OF IMPOSITION ON OIL FILTERS
TORPEDO PROPULSION UNITS SHIPPED FOR RECYCLING, REGULATION OF
Dental Amalgam
SCRAP AMALGAM FILLINGS FROM DENTISTS, DISPOSAL OF
SCRAP DENTAL AMALGAM
XREF
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9432.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9592.
9442.
9442.
9441.
9441.
9441.
1990109a)
1985(44)
1994(26)
19B9(15)
1986(76)
1989(031
1993(17)
1994(10)
1993(15)
1993(18)
1993(09)
1993(02)
1994(01)
1986(79)
1991(15)
1986(14)
9441.1989(22)
9441.1989(43)
/ /
03/31/90
12/18/85
09/28/94
04/05/89
10/08/86
06/06/89
09/20/93
05/09/94
09/14/93
09/24/93
11/17/93
10/07/93
01/04/94
10/20/86
09/25/91
02/25/86
05/17/89
08/17/89
SCRUBBER
(See also Sludge)
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA TO VARIOUS PRODUCTS (E.G., CLINKER, FERTILIZER) PRODUCED BY A CEMENT KILN EQUIPPED HITH A RECOVERY SCRUBBER
IS SCRUBBER HASTE FROM A SCRUBBER IN A CLOSED-LOOP FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATI ON CONSIDERED A SOLID WASTE?
REGULATORY STATUS OF PRODUCTS (INCLUDING CLINKER AND FERTILIZER) PRODUCED IN CEMENT KILNS EQUIPPED HITH A RECOVERY SCRUBBER
Baghouae Dust
MINING WASTE EXCLUSION FOR A FERROALLOY FACILITY
SCRUBBER HATER
(See Incineration)
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
(See also Tank System, Minimum Technological Requirements)
•CHANGES AT INTERIM STATUS TANK FACILITIES
•CHANGES TO INTERIM STATUS TANK FACILITIES
•CONTINGENT CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE PLANS FOR TANKS
•GENERATOR ACCUMULATION AND SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
XREF
9441.1994(14)
9441.1995(14)
9441.1994(12)
/ /
06/09/94
04/12/95
05/17/94
9441.1986(48) 06/10/86
XREF
XREF
9528.1987(09)
9483.1988(16)
9483.1987(08)
9483.1986(10)
/ /
/ /
08/30/87
09/30/88
05/30/87
11/30/86

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•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK REGULATIONS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS - INSTALLATION/CERTIFICATION OF SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
•INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•INTEGRITY ASSESSMENT FOR TANKS AND POST-CLOSURE
•SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
~SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR TANKS
•SECONDARY CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•SECONDARY CONTAINMENT VARIANCES FOR TANKS
•TANK INTEGRITY ASSESSMENTS
CLARIFICATION OF THE USE OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS TO CONTAIN HAZARDOUS WASTE SPILLS
CONCRETE LINERS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEMS
LOADING/UNLOADING AREA IN THE DEFINITION OF TANK SYSTEM
OPERATED TO CONTAIN, DEFINITION
PUMP EXEMPTION FROM SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR EXISTING HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEMS
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR ABOVE GROUND WELDED FLANGES AND SEALLESS VALVES
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION
STANDARDS FOR SECONDARY CONTAINMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEMS
TANK SYSTEM DESIGN-SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
TEMPORARY PERIOD AND HOLDING DEFINED
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9522
.1986 (05)
.1987(07)
.1988(13)
.1987(06)
.1989(04)
.1988 (06)
.1987(13)
.1989(07)
.1986(08)
.1987(15)
.1993(01)
.1988(04)
.1988(07)
.1989(06)
.1988(11)
.1989(03)
.1987(16)
.1987(17)
.1988(18)
.1989(02)
.1987(05)
.1986(01)
08/30/86
05/30/87
06/30/88
05/30/87
10/30/89
04/30/88
07/30/87
11/30/89
10/30/86
08/30/87
10/07/93
03/16/88
03/17/88
11/30/89
06/09/88
03/14/89
09/11/87
09/23/87
12/12/88
01/09/89
05/29/87
09/01/86
Containment
CLARIFICATION OF REGULATORY LANGUAGE WITH RESPECT TO PERMITTED HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTAINER STORAGE FACILITIES
9482.1995(01) 06/30/95
Leak Detection
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•LEAK DETECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•LEAK NOTIFICATION AT A DOUBLE-LINED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
•LEAK TESTING FOR EXISTING HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•LINERS AND LEAK DETECTION SYSTEMS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS, SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, AND WASTE PILES
CONTAINMENT AND DETECTION OF RELEASE FROM HAZARDOUS STORAGE TANK SYSTEMS
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR PIPING SYSTEMS
9483
9483
9484
9483
9484
9483
9483
.1986(07)
.1986(03)
.1985(02)
.1986(13)
.1992(01)
.1988(10)
.1987(10)
10/30/86
08/30/86
08/30/85
12/30/86
07/31/92
06/03/88
07/09/87
Leakage
~RELEASES FROM 90-DAY ACCUMULATION TANKS
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED WASTES TO SURFACE WATERS,
MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO
9453.1986(05)
9441.1986(07)
Release
3008(h) OF THE SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT, INTERPRETATION OF
CONTAMINATED GROUND WATER AND VOLATILES FROM AIR STRIPPING, TREATMENT OF
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PLANTS
FEDERAL FACILITIES INVENTORY UNDER RCRA 3016
FIRE TRAINING PITS, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR
GROUNDWATER CLEANUP STANDARDS/ACLs IN DRAFT HSWA PERMIT (INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY)
HSWA APPLIED TO FEDERAL FACILITIES (DOE-OAK RIDGE)
PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURES AND AUTHORITIES
RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECTIVE ACTION UNDER 3004(u), DEFINITION OF
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS, INFORMATION ON
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
WASTE PILES AND POST-CLOSURE PERMITS, APPLICATION OF NOVEMBER 1988 DEADLINE TO
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
9502.
9441,
9502.
9502.
9444.
9502.
9489.
9481
9502.
9432
9502.
9502.
9502.
9502.
9523.
9501.
9441.
1985	(09)
1986(66)
1986(06)
00-2
1986(07)
1987(03)
1987(02)
1987 (02)
1985(06)
1986	(08)
1986(02)
1987(05)
00-6
1986(Ola)
00-14
1985(01)
1986 (28)
08/30/86
01/23/86
12/16/85
11/20/86
04/15/86
04/18/86
04/07/86
03/06/87
07/22/87
03/10/87
10/29/85
04/30/86
01/31/86
04/02/87
07/02/87
01/23/86
03/14/86
10/01/85
04/07/86

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Sumps
•APPLICABILITY OP SUBTITLE I
~SIMPS IN THE PART B PERMIT APPLICATION
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITY, MIXTURE OP SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTES (CALGON)
DRAINS AND TRENCHES ASSOCIATED WITH TANK SYSTEMS
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR REMOTE SECONDARY CONTAINMENT AREA FOR DIRECT OFFLOADING OF HAZARDOUS HASTE-DERIVED FUEL INTO A CEMENT KILN
TORPEDO PROPULSION WITS SHIPPED FOR RECYCLING, REGULATION OP
HOOD TREATMENT CYLINDER CREOSOTE SUMPS
SECONDARY MATERIALS
(See Solid Waste)
SECONDARY TREATMENT
(See Treatment)
SECURITY
SECURITY REQUIREMENTS AT FACILITIES
SEWAGE SLUDGE
(See Wastewater)
SHAM RECYCLING
(See Boilers and Industrial Furnaces)
SHOOTING RAMIES
9483.1988(05)
9502.1985(05)
9441.1986(33)
9483.1986(12)
9483.1988(02)
9441.1986(14)
9441.1986(69)
XREF
XREF
XREF
9472.1988(01)
XREF
XREF
03/30/88
08/31/85
04/23/86
12/30/86
01/28/88
02/25/86
09/12/86
/ /
/ /.
/ /
06/02/88
/ /
/ /
USE OF LEAD SHOT AT SHOOTING RANGES
USE OF LEAD SHOT AT SHOOTING RANGES
XREF
9441.1992(31)
9441.1992(021
/ I
09/24/92
01/15/92
SIC CODES
REGULATION OF OILY HAZARDOUS PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTE
SIC CODE FOR A STEEL MANUFACTURER/PROCESSOR, PICKLE LIQUOR SLUDGE - POINT OF WASTE GENERATION
XREF
9493.1991(01)
9441.1985(18)
t /
01/08/91
05/21/85
SIGNATURES
(See Permit Application)
XREF
/ /
SITING
(See also Public Participation)
XREF
/ /
Capacity
•TREATMENT CAPACITY
CAPACITY VARIANCES AND UNDERGROUND INJECTION
EXTENSION OF APPLICABLE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT CAPACITY AND RCRA CONSISTENCY ISSUES
NATIONAL CAPACITY VARIANCE FOR INORGANIC SOLIDS DEBRIS
9525.1986(07)
9489.1990(01)
95S1.1988(09)
9572.1988(03)
9551.1990(07)
12/30/86
08/30/90
08/11/88
12/23/88
10/14/90

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NEW HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY SITING PREVENTIONS
9523.1987(02) 09/14/87
Location
CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTES GENERATED AT PRIMARY METAL SMELTING AND REFINING SITES
COMBINED NRC-EPA SITING GUIDELINES FOR DISPOSAL OF COMMERCIAL MIXED LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE
JURISDICTION AND REGULATION OF MIXED WASTE MANAGEMENT INCLUDING INCINERATION AND LOCATION CRITERIA
LOCATION STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES
PERMITS FOR PLACEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN UNDERGROUND SALT MINES
PROPOSED RULES IMPACT ON PERMIT DEADLINES
TIME OF TRAVEL METHOD FOR THE GUIDANCE CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFYING AREAS OF VULNERABLE HYDROGEOLOGY
VULNERABILITY GUIDANCE
VULNERABLE HYDROGEOLOGY GUIDANCE CRITERIA
9443
9480
9541
9472
9472
9501
9472
9481
9481
1986(16)
00-14
,1986 (14)
1991(01)
.1986(04)
.1987(03)
,1986(06!
,1987(01)
.1987(03)
07/09/86
03/13/87
07/03/86
10/01/91
06/04/86
12/28/87
07/08/86
02/25/87
06/03/87
SKINNER LIST
(See Appendix IX) {See alao Groundwater Monitoring, Delisting)
XREF
/ /
SLUDGE
(See also Wastewater)
•POLLUTION CONTROL SLUDGE FROM TREATMENT OF MINING WASTE - EXCLUSION
~SLUDGES WHEN RECLAIMED. REGULATION OF
ACID PLANT BLOWDOWN SLURRY/SLUDGE FROM PRIMARY COPPER PRODUCTION
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITIES
CERTIFICATION/NOTIFICATION FOR MULT IPLE - CONSTITUENT WASTES SUBJECT TO LDRs
CLARIFICATION OF THE REGULATORY STATUS UNDER RCRA OF SILVER RECOVERY UNITS USED IN PHOTO PROCESSING
DETERMINATION WHETHER SECONDARY MATERIAL TRANSPORTED TO A CANADIAN COPPER SMELTER IS A SOLID WASTE
ELECTROCHEMICAL MACHINING WASTES AND THE SCOPE OF THE F006 LISTING
EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTES UTILIZED FOR PRECIOUS METALS RECLAMATION
F006 LISTING APPLIED TO PRINTING INDUSTRY
F019 LISTING AND THE CONVERSION COATING PROCESS
FLUE DUST AND METAL HYDROXIDE SLUDGE RECYCLING/RECLAMATION
INDUSTRIAL PLATING OPERATIONS, STATUS OF VARIOUS WASTES FROM
LDR DETERMINATION OF WASTE STREAM DILUTION
PETROLEUM REFINERY WW, MIXTURE AND DERIVED-FROM RULES
RECYCLED CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE SLUDGES
RECYCLING NICKEL, COPPER AND CHROMIUM-CONTAINING ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES
RECYCLING OF ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES (F006) FOR CEMENT/AGGREGATE MANUFACTURE
REGULATORY STATUS OF ACRYLIC PLASTIC DUST
SCRUBBER BRINE/SLUDGE PRODUCED IN INCINERATION OF A LISTED HAZARDOUS WASTE
SECONDARY SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF REFINERY WASTEWATERS
SLUDGE WASTE HANDLING IF TEMP. EXCLUSION IS WITHDRAWN / FUTURE METALS RECOVERY-STEEL FACILITY
SLUDGES GENERATED FROM THE FIRST CLEANING STAGES OF PHOSPHATING PROCESS
SLUDGES WITHIN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, NEWLY REGULATED DUE TO TC RULE
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS AT IRON AND STEEL MILLS AS PRODUCTS OR WASTE FUELS, INFORMATION REQUIRED
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE EXEMPTION FOR ANODIZING OF ALUMINUM
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES USING CREOSOTE AND/OR PENTACHLOROPHENOL
ZINC OXIDE DUST RECLAIMED OR USED AS FERTILIZER
ZINC PLATING, WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES GENERATED FROM
XREF
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9551.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9455.
9444.
9444.
9441.
9441.
9551.
9441,
9441.
9441.
9441,
9441,
9441,
9441,
9433,
9444,
9484,
9523,
9432
9441
9441
9444
9441
9441
1985(09)
1986(59)
1989(32)
1986(26)
1991(10)
1995(26)
1995(24)
1987(03)
1991(01)
1987(19)
1987(22)
1989(10)
1988(50)
1990(06)
1985(29)
1985(39)
1988(09)
1989(19)
1995(03)
1984(05)
1985(08)
1986(17)
1986(11)
1991(01)
00-12
00-1
1986(08)
1986(29)
1984(04)
1987(61)
1984(29)
/ /
02/28/85
06/30/86
07/06/89
04/02/86
06/05/91
08/04/95
06/30/95
01/27/87
02/05/91
05/22/87
06/24/87
03/27/89
12/07/88
10/14/90
08/23/85
11/25/85
04/06/88
04/26/89
02/06/95
02/19/84
02/22/85
09/30/86
05/22/86
03/08/91
03/30/87
02/11/86
01/24/86
04/09/86
04/26/84
08/12/87
09/24/84
Baghoose Dust
•BAGHOUSE DUST GENERATED FROM REMELTINO PRIMARY PRODUCED STEEL
BAGHOUSE FLUE DUST AND ZINC OXIDE SLUDGE USED IN ZINC CHEMICALS PRODUCTION
MATERIALS USED IN FERTILIZER PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
MATERIALS USED IN FERTILIZER PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
9444.1984(16)
9441.1985(06)
9493.1991(05)
9493.1991(04)
08/30/84
02/13/85
10/11/91
10/11/91

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RECOVER* OF SULFUR AND CHLORIDE FROM SLURRIED BAGHOUSE DOST
RECYCLING OF ZINC OXIDE BAGHOUSE DUST
REGULATORY STATUS OF AM AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DUST THAT IS FED TO AM ELECTROLYTIC METALS RECOVER* PROCESS TO RECOVER ZINC METAL
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM
Emission Control Hastes
COAL/FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION HASTES EXCLUDED FROM SUBTITLE C PENDING FURTHER STUD*
EMISSION CONTROL DUST/SLUDGE FROM ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE AT FOUNDRY NOT A K061 HASTE
EXEMPTION FOR COfWERCIAL FERTILIZERS ONCE THE FERTILIZER IS PRODUCED
K061, EMISSION CONTROL DUST/SLUDGE FROM PRODUCTION OF STEEL IN ELECTRIC FURNACES
REGULATORY STATUS OF NON-LISTED SLUDGE THAT IS BEING RECYCLED
RESIDUES FROM SECONDARY LEAD SMELTERS THAT RECYCLE K069 WASTES
STAINLESS STEEL PRODUCTION RESIDUES
Scrubber
CLARIFICATION ABOUT THE SCOPE OF EPA»S ADMINISTRATIVE STAY FOR A PORTION OF THE K069 HAZARDOUS HASTE LISTING
IS SCRUBBER WASTE FROM A SCRUBBER IN A CLOSED-LOOP FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION CONSIDERED A SOLID WASTE?
MINING WASTE EXCLUSION FOR A FERROALLOY FACILITY
Sludge Dryers
PERMIT-EXEMPT STATUS OF SLUDGE DRYERS ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS
R0SD PERMIT FOR A SLUDGE DRYING PROCESS IN A WASTEWATER SYSTEM
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT AS A WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT
SLUDGE DRYER ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT-EFFECT ON WWTO EXEMPTION
SLUDGE DRYERS
(See Sludge)
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR
(See Generators)
SMELTING WASTE
(See Hazardous Haste Identification)
SOIL
(See Hazardous Haste Identification!
SOLE ACTIVE INGREDIENT
(See Listed Hazardous Haste)
SOLID HASTE
(See also Recycle, Hazardous Waste Identification)
•DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE AND RECLAMATION
•SOLID HASTE DETERMINATION
•SPECULATIVE ACCUMULATION CALCULATION
ACTIVATED CARBON CANISTERS SATURATED WITH SPENT SOLVENTS
ANTARCTICA HASTE DISPOSAL PRACTICES
BAGHOUSE DUSTS USED AS, OR TO PRODUCE, AGGREGATE
BERYLLIUM WASTE DUST
BUBBLER CANISTERS CONTAINING PHOSPHOROUS OXYCHLORIDE ARE NOT WASTE WHEN RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES FROM JAPAN FOR REGENERATION
9441.1992(33)
9443.1987(25)
9441.1994(31)
9432.1987(01)
9441
9441
9493
9444
9441
9496
9441
1984(20)
1904(08)
1986(03)
1983(02)
1994(17)
1991(01)
1988(07)
9444.1994(07)
9441.1995(14)
9441.1986(48)
9503.S2-1A
9S03.S1-1A
9527.1987(02)
9432.1987(08)
9432.1986(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9444.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9442.
9493.
9434.
9456.
1987(37a)
1985 (19a)
1992(04)
1986(54)
1989(04)
1991(03)
1989(01)
1994(01)
10/08/92
11/04/87
12/20/94
03/17/87
08/16/84
05/03/84
08/21/86
07/11/83
06/10/94
08/05/91
03/10/88
09/19/94
04/12/95
06/10/86
01/02/86
12/24/85
00/03/87
08/03/87
01/06/86
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
08/31/87
05/31/85
02/28/92
07/15/86
04/26/89
06/21/91
03/17/89
12/16/94

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CARBON REGENERATION FACILITY, MIXTURE OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTES (CALGON)
9441,1986(33)
04/23/86
CHARACTERISTIC SLUDGES RECLAIMED OR PROCESSED PRIOR TO USE AS AN INGREDIENT IN FERTILIZER
9493.1985(03)
11/25/85
COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, RECYCLING A MIXTURE OF
9441.1986(34)
04/28/86
COPPER PLATING SOLUTION
9443.1986(04)
01/22/86
COPPER PLATING SOLUTION REACTED WITH A CHELATING AGENT TO PRODUCE A COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER
9493.1986(01)
01/22/86
DEIONIZATION ACID REUSED, NOT A WASTE
9441.1986(39)
05/12/86
DETONATING EXPLOSIVE WASTES
9443.1987(30)
11/30/87
DOD MUNITIONS BECOME SOLID WASTE SUBJECT TO RCRA WHEN THERE IS AN INTENT TO DISPOSE OR DESTROY THEM
9441.1985(31)
10/03/85
EXPORTATION OF MUNICIPAL WASTE TO CENTRAL AMERICA
9573.1990(01)
02/16/90
FILTER PRESS PROPOSED AS PART OF CORRECTIVE ACTION - NOT EXCLUDED FROM PERMITTING
9433.1987(10)
06/12/87
GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATED WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE LEACHATE
9441.1986(83)
11/13/86
HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL CADENCE PRODUCT 312, REGULATION OF
9494.1986(04)
04/11/86
INSPECTION AUTHORITY UNDER SECTION 3007 OF RCRA
9504.1986(02)
04/17/86
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED WASTES TO SURFACE WATERS, MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO
9441.1986(07)
01/23/86
LETTER TO STATE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSIONERS: SUBTITLE D STATE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANS
9572.00-02
02/22/88
MERCURY SUITABLE FOR DIRECT USE (99* PURE) NOT SOLID WASTE
9441.1986(43)
05/30/86
MERCURY THERMOMETERS, RECLAIMED OFF-SPEC WTO BROKEN
9441.1986(27)
04/02/86
MERCURY, REFINING/REUSE OF SCRAP
9441.1986(06)
01/21/86
MICRO-CLEAR REGULATORY STATUS
9444.1990(02)
03/22/90
MIXTURE OF F003 AND A SOLID WASTE AND DELISTING REQUIREMENTS
9441.1987(65)
08/17/87
MIXTURES OF SOLID WASTE AND A WASTE LISTED SOLELY BECAUSE IT EXHIBITS A CHARACTERISTIC
9441.1985(38)
11/20/85
MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTION RESIDUES-ASH AND SLUDGE
9443,1986(13)
05/27/86
OFF-SPECIFICATION JET FUEL BURNED AS KEROSENE FUEL
9441.1986(19)
03/08/86
ON-SITE RECYCLING OF SPENT SOLVENTS BY GENERATORS
9441,1986(21)
03/13/86
RECLAIMED METHANOL IS A PRODUCT RATHER THAN A WASTE
9441,1985(33)
10/23/85
RECYCLED CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE SLUDGES
9441.1985(39)
11/25/85
RECYCLED GASOLINE/WATER AND FUEL OIL/WATER MIXTURES
9441.1986(22)
03/19/86
REFRACTORY WASTES AT U.S. EPA COMBUSTION RESEARCH FACILITY
9444.1988(05)
03/11/88
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES SHIPPED TO A SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER FOR RECLAMATION
9497.1996(01)
06/19/96
SILVER RECOVER* IN THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY, CHEMICAL RECOVERY CARTRIDGES FOR
9443.1987(01)
01/06/87
SPENT AND RECLAIMED SOLVENTS, BLENDING OF RECLAIMED XYLENE
9441.1987(24)
04/15/87
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, REUSE OF
9441.1987(17)
03/31/87
SPENT SULFURIC ACID PICKLE LIQUOR USED TO PRODUCE FERTILIZER
9493.1985(02)
11/14/85
STATUS OF UNLISTED COWERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS WHEN RECYCLED
9444.1993(01)
02/23/93
WOOD TREATMENT CYLINDER CREOSOTE SUMPS
9502.1986(15)
09/12/86
Batteriea
~BATTER* REGENERATION
•EXPORTING HAZARDOUS HASTE
•LEAD-ACID BATTERIES AND UNIVERSAL WASTE
•REGENERATION VERSOS RECLAMATION FOR SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES
~REGULATION OF NICKEL/CADMIUM BATTERIES AS SCRAP METAL WHEN RECYCLED
•SPENT LEAD ACID BATTERIES
•SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES AND COUNTING REQUIREMENTS
AIDS TO NAVIGATION (ATON) BATTERIES AND RCRA REQUIREMENTS
ATON BATTERIES, GENERATOR DEFINITION FOR
BATTERIES, SCRAP METAL, AND PRECIOUS METALS
BATTERIES, WASTE ELECTROLYTE FROM RECHARGEABLE NICKEL-CADMIUM
BATTERY RECONDITIONING
BATTERY RECYCLING AND EXPORT
GENERATION OF AIDS TO NAVIGATION {ATON BATTERIES)
HOUSEHOLD WASTES - DISPOSAL OF CARBON-ZINC BATTERIES
LITHIUM BATTERIES
MANAGEMENT OF LEAD-ACID BATTERIES THAT ARE RECYCLED
MERCURY DRY CELL BATTERIES AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES RECYCLING
NICKLE/CADMIUM BATTERIES, REGULATOR* STATUS
9441.
9456.
9593,
9497,
9441.
9497.
9497.
9451.
9453.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9497.
9461.
9441.
9443.
9497.
9443.
9497.
9441,
1985 (30a)
1987(01)
1995(01)
1994(01)
1990113d)
1989(01)
1995(01)
1987(03)
1988(03)
1985(44)
1985(13)
1986(56)
1387(01)
1987(03)
1984(07!
1987(02)
1993(01)
1986(18)
1991(02)
1990(13)
09/30/85
08/30/87
12/31/95
11/30/94
05/31/90
01/31/89
06/30/95
07/30/87
02/25/88
12/18/85
05/15/85
07/28/86
02/12/87
07/30/87
04/19/84
01/14/87
12/23/93
09/04/86
05/30/91
05/23/90

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REACTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OP DISCHARGED L1/S02 BATTERIES
RECYCLED PRECIOUS METALS, BATTERIES PROM DEFENSE DEPT. SUPPLIES
RECYCLING OF LEAD-ACID BATTERIES
REGENERATION OF USED BATTERIES EXEMPTED PROM REGULATION
REGULATORY STATUS OF BATTERIES
REGULATORY STATUS OF BATTERY CARCASSES
REGULATORY STATUS OF MERCURY BATTERIES
REGULATORY STATUS OP PLASTIC CHIPS FROM RECLAMATION OF LEAD-ACID BATTERIES
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES SHIPPED TO A SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER FOR RECLAMATION
REGULATOR* STATUS OF USED NICKEL- CADMIUM BATTERIES
REPROCESSING OF BATTERIES
REUSB/RBCYCLE REGULATIONS IMPACT ON SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTER* RECYCLING
SCRAP METAL REMOVED FROM SPENT ALKALINE BATTERIES THAT ARE RECYCLED
SPECIAL MATERIALS DISPOSED OF IN LANDFILLS: BATTERIES, CAPACITORS, LAB PACKS
SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES BEING RECLAIMED
SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES MANAGEMENT
HASTE BATTERIES AND CELLS
9443,
9441.
9497.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9443.
9441.
9497.
9441.
9497.
9497.
9441.
9487.
9497.
9497.
9443.
1987 COS)
1986(65)
19B9(03)
1986(51)
1993(24)
1993(23)
1994(02)
1993(13)
1996(01)
1993(20)
1987(02)
1986(01)
1986(79)
1986(13)
1987(03)
1989(02)
1983(05)
03/18/87
11/19/86
11/17/89
07/02/86
12/22/93
11/10/93
02/04/94
08/04/93
06/19/96
10/22/93
02/19/87
02/06/86
10/20/86
12/31/86
04/17/87
10/19/89
07/27/83
By-Product
•CLARIFICATION OF BY-PRODUCT VERSUS SCRAP METAL	9441.1990(09a)	03/31/90
BRASS DROSS SKIMMINGS, SEPARATION OF METALS AND OXIDES, BY-PRODUCT	9441.1985(21)	06/06/85
BY-PRODUCT CRUDE OIL TANK BOTTOMS	9441.1986(37)	05/01/86
BYPRODUCT MATERIAL, DEFINITION OF	9432.1986(10)	04/12/86
CLARIFICATION AS TO WHETHER USED FIXER IS A "BY-PRODUCT" AND NOT SUBJECT TO THE DEFINITION	OF SOLID WASTE WHEN BEING RECLAIMED 9441.1995(27)	08/16/95
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS AS THEY APPLY TO CERTAIN SECONDARY MATERIALS	9441.1994(13)	05/19/94
CLARIFICATION ON: MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER; F003, FOOS, D001; WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING; AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC	9441.1994(26)	09/28/94
COPPER-BEARING SECONDARY MATERIALS AS FEEDSTOCK	9441.1988(08)	03/22/88
DISTILLATION OR FRACTIONATION COLUMN BOTTOMS FROM THE PRODUCTION OF CHLOROBENZENE	9441.1988(11)	04/21/88
DROSS FROM ALUMINUM SMELTING USED IN MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT	9441.1989(011	02/07/89
DROVE RECLAMATION IN BRASS INDUSTRY, BY-PRODUCT DESIGNATION	9441.1989(15)	04/05/89
HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION OF "NICKEL MATTE" BY-PRODUCT	9441.1994(32)	12/23/94
METAL GALVANIZING PROCESS RESIDUES AS BY-PRODUCTS/SECONDARY MATERIALS	9441.1989(14)	04/02/89
ON-SITE INCINERATION OF A WASTE THAT IS BOTH A BY-PRODUCT MATERIAL AND HAZARDOUS	9432.1986(14)	09/06/86
REGULATOR* STATUS OF COAL TAR DISTILLATES	9441.1992(20)	07/09/92
REGULATOR* STATUS OF DISULFIDE OIL WHICH IS BURNED IN A SULFURIC ACID FURNACE	9441.1993(10)	06/02/93
REGULATOR* STATUS OF DRIP GAS GENERATED ALONG NATURAL GAS TRANSMISSION PIPELINES	9444.1993(03)	09/09/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE FUELS CONTAINING RECOVERED LIGHT HYDROCARBON	9442.1993(03)	11/04/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS	9441.1992(27)	08/26/92
REGULATORY STATUS OF SEPARATION AND RECOVERY SYSTEMS SAREX PROCESS FOR RECYCLING PETROLEUM	REFINERY OILY WASTES 9432.1993(01)	03/05/93
REGULATOR* STATUS OF SOLDER SKIMMINGS	9441.1992(28)	08/28/92
SOLDER DROSS FROM SKIMMING MOLTEN SOLDER BATHS - REGULATOR* STATUS	9441.1991 (03)	03/19/91
SOLDER SKIMMINGS REGULATORY INTERPRETATION	9441.1991(10)	06/21/91
THE REGULATOR* STATUS OF A DISTILLATE MATERIAL KNOWN AS "LX-830" THAT IS DERIVED FROM PETROLEUM MID COAL TAR NAPHTHA FEEDSTOCKS	9441.1995(02)	01/31/95
THERMAL OXIDIZER AND HYDRODECHLORINATION PROCESS BY-PRODUCT K-WASTES	9444.1987(44)	10/16/87
Definition
•BDAT FOR WASTEWATER
•DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE
•ELECTROPLATING AND BLECTROLESS PLATING LISTINGS
•HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
•SKINNER LIST
•SLUDGES WHEN RECLAIMED, REGULATION OF
•SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE, DEFINED FOR SPENT SULFURIC ACID
•TANK WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT DEFINITIONS
•USED OIL, DEFINITION OF
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT DEFINITION
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS REGARDING LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS, TO THE VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER
9432
9441.
9432.
9441,
9445,
9441.
9441,
9432,
9431.
9432.
9441.
1986(16)
1987(40)
1989(01)
1988(30)
1985(06)
1986(59)
1986(17)
1988(03)
1988(01)
1988(05)
1994(30)
12/30/86
05/31/87
08/30/89
06/30/88
08/30/85
06/30/86
02/28/86
03/30/88
01/30/88
10/30/88
11/23/94


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APPLICABILITY OF RCRA SUBTITLE C REGULATIONS TO SILVER RECLAMATION OPERATIONS OF SPENT PHOTOGRAPHIC FIXER SOLUTIONS	9496.1994(01!	02/28/94
AQUEOUS AS USED IN THE CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC	9443.1987(19)	09/14/87
BAGHOUSE FLUE DUST AND ZINC OXIDE SLUDGE USED IN ZINC CHEMICALS PRODUCTION	9441.1985(06)	02/13/85
BATCH, DEFINITION OF	9432.1989(05)	12/05/89
BOILERS USED IN GREENHOUSE OPERATIONS ME INDUSTRIAL BOILERS	9432,1986(03)	01/09/86
CLARIFICATION OF HOW RCRA REGULATIONS APPLY TO OFF-SPECIFICATION FUELS THAT ARE BEING BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY	9441.1994(18!	07/11/94
CLARIFICATION ON RCRA AND TSCA JURISDICTION OVER INFECTIOUS AND/OR GENETICALLY ENGINEERED WASTE	9441.1995(06!	02/21/95
CLARIFICATION; IS A FACILITY THAT HAS A "PRIMARY PURPOSE" OF BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FOR DESTRUCTION SUBJECT TO RCRA REGULATIONS? 9498.1994(07)	07/21/94
COLORED GLAZE SOLIDS COLLECTED IN POTTERY MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS	9441.1988(17)	05/18/88
DETERMINATION ON WHETHER A GENERATOR'S FLUORESCENT TUBES ARE NONHAZARDOUS	9441.1995(23!	06/22/95
GENERATOR WITH RESPECT TO REGULATION OF OPERATIONAL WASTES FROM SHIPS, DEFINITION	9432,1986(051	02/05/86
HEAT RECOVER* UNIT AS A BOILER OR AN INCINERATOR	9432.1985(08)	11/20/85
HOLDING, TEMPORARY, PERIOD, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL (DEFINITIONS)	9432.1986(12)	07/28/86
IGNITABLE SOLID DEFINITION APPLIED TO TITANIUM SWARF	9443.1983(01)	01/10/83
INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD IN BOILER DEFINITION (LUBRIZOL)	9432,1985(10)	12/30/85
INTERPRETATION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER DISCHARGE EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE	9441.1995(05)	02/17/95
IS SCRUBBER WASTE FROM A SCRUBBER IN A CLOSED-LOOP FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION CONSIDERED A SOLID WASTE?	9441.1995(14)	04/12/95
LEAD SHEILDING FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE IS A RCRA SOLID WASTE	9444.1991(02)	04/30/91
MARINE DEBRIS IN WATERS, DISPOSAL OF	9432.1987(12a)	11/04/87
MATERIALS USED IN FERTILIZER PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT	9493.1991(05)	10/11/91
MATERIALS USED IN FERTILIZER PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT	9493,1991(04)	10/11/91
METHANOL RECOVERY SYSTEM - CLARIFICATION OF WASTE STATUS	9441,1987(46)	06/17/87
PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE	9432.1986(08)	04/30/86
PROCESSING LEAD ABATEMENT DEBRIS TO MEET HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLER'S SPECIFICATIONS IS NOT "TREATMENT" AS DEFINED IN 40 CFR 260.10 9432.1994(03)	10/07/94
RECYCLING EXCLUSION OF WASTES	9441.1990(06)	03/19/90
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF LIQUIDS AND ABSORBENT MATERIALS CONTAINING LIQUIDS	9551.1993(04!	11/17/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF A DISSOLVED AIR FLOATATION FLOAT STORAGE TANK USED TO FEED MATERIAL INTO A PETROLEUM COKER	9441.1993(21)	11/01/93
REGULATOR* STATUS OF ACRYLIC PLASTIC DUST	9441.1995(03)	02/06/95
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS REGULATORS THAT CONTAIN MERCURY UNDER RCRA	9442.1994 (06)	07/29/94
SLUDGE DRYER ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT-EFFECT ON WWTU EXEMPTION	9432.1986(01)	01/06/86
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECTIVE ACTION UNDER 3004 lu) , DEFINITION OF	9502.00-6	07/02/87
SPENT SULFURIC ACID ACCUMULATED SPECULATIVELY	9441.1988(19)	05/26/88
STILL BOTTOM WASTE GENERATED BY A POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION FACILITY	9432.1988(01)	02/11/88
THREE AND FOUR-SIDED, FLOORED STRUCTURES, REGULATOR* CLASSIFICATION OF	9432.1987(02)	04/02/87
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM	9432.1987(01!	03/17/87
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSE SYSTEM	9432.1986(15!	12/22/86
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER	9432.00-1	02/11/86
UCAPCO APPLICATION FOR A VARIANCE UNDER 3004 (c) (2) OF RCRA	9480.1987(02)	10/29/87
VARIANCES FROM CLASSIFICATION AS A SOLID WASTE UNDER 40 CFR 260.31(b) FOR SPENT CATALYSTS	9433.1994(02)	11/15/94
WOOD TREATMENT CYLINDER CREOSOTE SUMPS	9441.1986(69)	09/12/86
ZINC OXIDE DUST RECLAIMED OR USED AS FERTILIZER	9441.1987(61)	08/12/87
Discarded Materials
'ISOMERS OF P- AND U-LISTED WASTES	9444.1995(02)	09/30/95
ACCUMULATION OF SECONDARY MATERIAL - ABANDONED VS. DISPOSED OF	9441.1985(25)	07/01/85
CARBAMATE LISTING DETERMINATION (60 FR 7824, FEBRUARY 9, 1995) AS IT RELATES TO THE LATEX PROCESS WASTES GENERATED B* A COMPANY 9441.1995(28)	08/24/9S
CLARIFICATION OF DISCARDED AMMUNITION OF 0.SO CALIBER	9443.1994(06)	11/03/94
FORMALDEHYDE-BASED TOILET DEODORANTS	9441.1986(38)	05/01/86
IRON AND STEEL SLAGS, REGULATORY STATUS	9571.1990(04)	05/30/90
IS SCRUBBER WASTE FROM A SCRUBBER IN A CLOSED-LOOP FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION CONSIDERED A SOLID WASTE?	9441.1995(14)	04/12/95
SALE AND SCRAPPING OF DOT'S MARITIME OBSOLETE VESSELS FROM THE NATIONAL DEFENSE RESERVE FLEET	9441,1994(21)	08/05/94
SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH CHLORDANE AS A RESULT OP PESTICIDE APPLICATION	9444,1986(20)	09/29/86
SPENT CARBON REGULATION	9441.1987(37)	05/18/87
THERMAL OXIDIZER AND HYDRODECHLOR1NATION PROCESS BY-PRODUCT K-WASTES	9444,1987(44)	10/16/87
Household Wastes
~HOTEL DRY CLEANING WASTE AND THE HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSIONS
9441.1995(13)
03/31/95

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*HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS HASTE
•HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS HASTE EXCLUSION GENERATED BY CONTRACTORS
•MEDICAL HASTE - HOUSEHOLD MEDICAL HASTE
•RESTAURANT HASTE AND THE HOUSEHOLD HASTE EXCLUSION
•HASTE CLASSIFICATION
•HASTE DERIVED PROM TREATING EXEMPT OR EXCLUDED HASTES
APPLICABILITY OF THE HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION TO LEAD-CONTAMINATED SOIL
CALIFORNIA LIST HOC LAND BAN REGULATIONS
CHEMICAL WEAPON AGENT REALEASB
DO RCRA REQUIREMENTS APPLY TO THE HANDLING, SHIPMENT AND DISPOSAL OF HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE COMPONENTS?
DRY CLBANING AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES NASTE NOT EXCLUDED AS HOUSEHOLD WASTE
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS HASTE COLLECTION PROGRAMS, CERCLA AND RCRA LIABILITY OF MUNICIPAL SPONSORS OF
HOUSEHOLD HASTE EXCLUSION SCOPE
HOUSEHOLD WASTES - DISPOSAL OF CARBON-ZINC BATTERIES
LEAD-BASED PAINT RESIDUES AND CONTAMINATED SOILS
MANAGEMENT OF HAZARDOUS HASTE GENERATED IN QUANTITIES LESS THAN 100 KG AND THOSE THAT ARE THROHN AWAY WITH ORDINARY GARBAGE
MERCURY DRY CELL BATTERIES AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL CANS
RES I DUBS FROM U.S. NAVY SALVAGE FUEL BOILER
STATUS OF WASTES GENERATED FROM ABATEMENT OF LEAD-BASED PAINT
USED CRANKCASE OIL DISPOSED OF BY DO-IT-YOURSELFERS
Regulated Hastes
•SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS
APPLICABILITY OF MINING WASTE EXCLUSION TO WASTED LIME KILN REFRACTORY BRICKS
CLARIFICATION OF CERTAIN ISSUES REGARDING OIL AND GAS HASTES
DREDGE SEDIMENTS
STORAGB FACILITIES, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9554
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441,
9574,
9441,
9443,
9451,
9443,
9442
9441,
9443,
9441,
19SB(30)
1990(09)
1989(24)
1995(19)
1987(99)
1987(31)
1995(08)
1989(04)
1990(12)
1995(07)
1986(32)
1986(09)
1991(01)
1984(07)
1987(28)
1996(05)
1986(18)
1993(02)
1987(16)
1994(03)
1987(64)
9444.1986(14)
9441.1994(11)
9571.1993(02)
9443.1989(08)
9432.1983(02)
06/30/88
03/30/90
08/16/89
05/31/95
12/31/87
04/30/87
03/07/95
11/28/89
05/09/90
02/28/95
04/21/86
01/28/86
05/30/91
04/19/84
11/20/87
05/01/96
09/04/86
10/07/93
03/17/87
05/24/94
08/13/87
06/30/86
05/11/94
11/05/93
08/11/89
11/29/83
Scrap Metal
•PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY OF SPECULATIVE ACCUMULATION PROVISION
APPLICABILITY'OF F006 HAZARDOUS HASTE CODE TO NICKEL RECLAMATION PROCESS FOR ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATING SPENT SOLUTIONS
ASBESTOS/LEAD/SOIL/DEBRIS AS INORGANIC SOLID DEBRIS
BATTERIES, SCRAP METAL, AND PRECIOUS METALS	-
CLARIFICATION ON: MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER; F003, F005, D001; HASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING; AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC
DROVE RECLAMATION IN BRASS INDUSTRY, BY-PRODUCT DESIGNATION
HAZARDOUS WASTES THAT ARE RECYCLED, HANDLING
RECLAIMING PRECIOUS METALS FROM DISCARDED AUTOMOTIVE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES
REGULATORY DETERMINATION OF SPENT SOLDER BATHS, ALSO KNOWN AS "POT DUMPS"
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR ON-SITE TREATMENT OF OXYGEN BREATHING APPARATUS (OBA) CANISTERS
REGULATORY STATUS OF BRASS PARTICLES GENERATED IN THE BELTING AND BUFFING OF BRASS CASTINGS
REGULATORY STATUS OF NATURAL GAS REGULATORS THAT CONTAIN MERCURY UNDER RCRA
REGULATORY STATUS OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT PHOTOCONDUCTOR DRUMS FROM PHOTOCOPYING MACHINES
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT SOLDER BATHS, ALSO KNOWN AS "POT DUMPS"
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL CANS
SALE AND SCRAPPING OF DOT'S MARITIME OBSOLETE VESSELS FROM THE NATIONAL DEFENSE RESERVE FLEET
SCRAP METAL REMOVED FROM SPENT ALKALINE BATTERIES THAT ARE RECYCLED
THE STATUS OF UNUSED OFF-SPECIFICATION LEAD PLATES USED IN THE PRODUCTION OF LEAD-ACID AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES
TORPEDO PROPULSION UNITS SHIPPED FOR RECYCLING, REGULATION OF
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER
USED OIL FILTERS - REGULATION
USED OIL FILTERS, REGULATORY DETERMINATION
Secondary Materials
•CLOSED LOOP RECYCLING
•PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY OF SPECULATIVE ACCUMULATION PROVISION
9441.
9444 .
9551.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9432.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9442.
9441,
9441,
9441,
9442.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441,
94 32.
9441
9442.
1995(29)
1994(08)
1990(14)
1985(44)
1994(26)
1989(15)
1986(76)
1989(03)
1993(17)
1994(10)
1993(15)
1994(06)
1992(27)
1992(39)
1993(18)
1993(02)
1994 (21)
1986(79)
1995(31)
1986(14)
00-1
1990(30)
1990(05)
9471.1988(06)
9441.1995(29)
08/31/95
09/21/94
12/11/90
12/18/85
09/28/94
04/05/89
10/08/86
06/06/89
09/20/93
05/09/94
09/14/93
07/29/94
08/26/92
11/10/92
09/24/93
10/07/93
08/05/94
10/20/86
09/14/95
02/25/86
02/11/86
10/30/90
10/30/90
12/30/88
08/31/95
/

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•SECONDARY MATERIALS USED AS EFFECTIVE SUBSTITUTES FOR COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS	9441
ACCUMULATION OF SECONDARY MATERIAL - ABANDONED VS. DISPOSED OF	9441
BRIQUETTING OF FLUE DUST (K0611 FOR STEEL PRODUCTION	9441
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS AS THE* APPLY TO CERTAIN SECONDARY MATERIALS	9441
CLARIFICATION ON HOW REUSE OF "HASTE RESINS" AS FEED STOCK TO MANUFACTURE NEW PRODUCTS ARE REGULATED UNDER RCRA	9441
CLARIFICATION ON WHEN USED MERCURY RELAYS/SWITCHES BECOME SPENT	9441
CLARIFICATION ON: MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER; F003, F005, D001,- WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING; AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC	9441
COPPER-BEARING SECONDARY MATERIALS AS FEEDSTOCK	"	9441
DISTILLATION OR FRACTIONATION COLUMN BOTTOMS FROM THE PRODUCTION OF CHLOROBENZENE	9441
EXCLUSION FROM RCRA REGULATION FOR SECONDARY MATERIALS USED OR REUSED DIRECTLY AS INGREDIENTS IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS	9498
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS APPLIED TO EXPORTED WASTES	95S1
LUBRICATING OIL AND JET FUELS USED TO PRODUCE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS	9494
METAL GALVANIZING PROCESS RESIDUES AS BY-PRODUCTS/SECONDARY MATERIALS	9441
RECYCLING OF ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES (F006) FOR CEMENT/AGGREGATE MANUFACTURE	9441
REGULATOR* DETERMINATION ON THE STATUS OF A LEAD/COPPER METAL PRODUCED BY METALS RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES (MRT)	9441
REGULATORY STATUS OF AN AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DUST THAT IS FED TO AN ELECTROLYTIC METALS RECOVERY PROCESS TO RECOVER ZINC METAL	9441
REGULATORY STATUS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE FUELS CONTAINING RECOVERED LIGHT HYDROCARBON	9442
REGULATORY STATUS OF SEPARATION AND RECOVERY SYSTEMS SAREK PROCESS FOR RECYCLING PETROLEUM REFINERY OILY WASTES	9432
REGULATOR* STATUS OF SPENT PHOTOCONDUCTOR DRUMS FROM PHOTOCOPYING MACHINES	9441
RETURNED PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS	945S
SECONDARY MATERIAL SUBJECTED TO NOTICE REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE US-CANADIAN BILATERAL TREATY	9441
SECONDARY MATERIALS RECYCLED IN PHOSPHORIC ACID RECIRCULATING SYSTEMS	9571
SECONDARY MATERIALS REGULATION - USED SULFURIC ACID	9441
SPENT FOUNDRY SANDS USED AS MOLDS IN THE CASTING PROCESS	9441
USE OF INDUSTRIAL HAZARDOUS AND NON-HAZARDOUS WASTES AS FEEDSTOCK FOR A CATALYTIC EXTRACTION PROCESSING (CEP) UNIT	9432
USE OF WASTE LEATHER TRIMMINGS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF ABSORBED MATERIALS	9441
VARIANCES FROM CLASSIFICATION AS A SOLID WASTE UNDER 40 CFR 260.31(bl FOR SPENT CATALYSTS	9433.
Spent Materials
•CONTAMINATED SOLDER AS SPENT MATERIAL	9441.
~HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION	9441.
•LEAD-ACID BATTERIES AND UNIVERSAL WASTE	9S93.
~SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES AND COUNTING REQUIREMENTS	9491.
~SPENT SOLVENTS FROM VARNISH STRIPPING	9441.
•WASTES GENERATED IN PROCESS UNITS	9441.
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA SUBTITLE C REGULATIONS TO SILVER RECLAMATION OPERATIONS OF SPENT PHOTOGRAPHIC FIXER SOLUTIONS	9496,
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITIES	9441,
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITIES	9442,
CHLOROFLUOROCARBON RECYCLING	9441.
CLARIFICATION AS TO WHETHER USED FIXER IS A "BY-PRODUCT" AND NOT SUBJECT TO THE DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE WHEN BEING RECLAIMED	9441.
CLARIFICATION OF RCRA REGULATIONS AS THEY APPLY TO THE USB OF PERCHLOROETHYLENE IN DRY-CLEANING PROCESS	9441.
CLARIFICATION OF THE DEFINITION OF "SPENT MATERIAL" AS IT APPLIES TO A MERCURIC CHLORIDE CATALYST	9441,
CLARIFICATION OF WHEN A SECONDARY MATERIAL MEETS THE DEFINITION OF "SPENT MATERIAL"	9441,
CLARIFICATION ON WHEN USED MERCURY RELAYS/SWITCHES BECOME SPENT	9441,
DETERMINATION ON WHETHER A GENERATOR'S FLUORESCENT TUBES ARE NONHAZARDOUS	9441,
EPA'S ASSESSMENT OF WHETHER AN UNUSED CHEMICAL AND THE RESULTING SPENT MATERIAL ARE HAZARDOUS WASTE AND/OR MIXED WASTE	9442,
EPA'S NON-OBJECTION TO IMPORTS OF COBALT OXIDE-MOLYBDIC OXIDE SPENT CATALYSTS INTO THE U.S. FOR RECOVERY	9456,
ETCHANTS USED TO MANUFACTURE COPPER SALTS	9441.
FREE-FLOWING MERCURY WHICH IS DISTILLED AND SOLD AS AN INGREDIENT IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS	9441
INDUSTRIAL PLATING OPERATIONS, STATUS OF VARIOUS WASTES FROM	9441
INTERPRETATION ON REGULATORY STATUS OF MERCURY RELAYS AND SWITCHES WHEN RECLAIMED	9444
IS THE CHEMICAL POTASSIUM HEXACYANOCOBALT (II)-FERRATE (II), USED AT A DOE NUCLEAR PLANT, CONSIDERED A "MIXED WASTE" UNDER RCRA? 9441
NICKLE/CADMIUM BATTERIES, REGULATORY STATUS	9441,
PHOTOGRAPHIC FIXER RECYCLING	9496
PLASTIC PACKING MEDIA FROM AIR STRIPPING TOWER TREATING CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER	9441,
POSITION PAPER ON SPENT ABSORBENT MATERIALS	9441,
REGULATORY STATUS OF ACRYLIC PLASTIC DUST	9441,
.1992{13)
.1985(25)
.1987(58)
.1994(131
.1994(19)
.1994(25)
.1994(26)
.1988(08)
.1988(11)
.1994(06)
.1991(07)
.1985(01!
.1989(14)
.1989(19)
.1994(23)
.1994(31)
.1993(03)
.1993(01)
.1992(39)
.1991(02)
.1989(29)
.1990(05)
.1988(23)
.1995(22)
.1996(01)
.1996(04)
.1994(02)
1987(66)
1990(13c!
1995(01)
1995(01)
1986(57)
1986(96)
1994(01)
1986(26)
1986(03)
1988(32)
1995(27)
1994(15)
1994(06)
1994(07)
1994(2S)
1995(23)
1996(01)
1996(01!
1986(82!
1994(08)
1988(50)
1994(03)
1995(30)
1990(13)
1990(01)
1989(17)
1991(09)
1995(03)
05/31/92
07/01/85
07/31/87
05/19/94
07/11/94
09/28/94
09/28/94
03/22/88
04/21/88
07/20/94
04/23/91
10/01/85
04/02/89
04/26/89
08/19/94
12/20/94
11/04/93
03/05/93
11/10/92
05/16/91
06/15/89
06/27/90
06/06/88
06/19/95
04/12/96
06/11/96
11/15/94
06/30/87
05/31/90
12/31/95
06/30/95
05/30/86
12/30/86
02/28/94
04/02/86
04/02/86
07/21/88
08/16/95
06/10/94
03/24/94
03/24/94
09/28/94
06/22/9S
03/25/96
02/15/96
11/08/86
03/30/94
12/07/88
03/31/94
09/13/95
05/23/90
07/16/90
04/14/89
06/21/91
02/06/95

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REGULATOR* STATUS OP HIGH PURITY CHEMICALS THAT ARE INITIALLY USED BY CUSTOMERS AMD THEN SOLD TO OTHER BUSINESSES FOR FURTHER USE
REGULATOR* STATUS OF METAL CASINGS CONTAINING SPENT PONDERED METALLIC OXIDE CATALYST
REGULATOR* STATUS OF SOLDER SCRAP
REGULATOR* STATUS OF SPENT FOUNDRY SAND UNDER RCRA
REGULATOR* STATUS OP SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES SHIPPED TO A SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER FOR RECLAMATION
REGULATOR* STATUS OF SPENT PHOTOCONDUCTOR DRUMS FROM PHOTOCOPYING MACHINES
REGULATOR* STATUS OF USED NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES
SECONDARY MATERIAL SUBJECTED TO NOTICE REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE US-CANADIAN BILATERAL TREAT*
SOLDER DROSS GENERATED IN MANUFACTURING PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
SPENT ACIDS AS WATER CONDITIONER
SPENT FOUNDRY SANDS USED AS MOLDS IN THE CASTING PROCESS
SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERIES MANAGEMENT
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR USED/REUSED IS NOT SOLID HASTE
USE OF LEAD SHOT AT SHOOTING RANGES
USE OF LEAD SHOT AT SHOOTING RANGES
USED REFRIGERANTS UNDER 40 CFR 261,2
USED X-RAY FILM AS A SPENT MATERIAL - SILVER RECLAMATION
USED X-RAY FILMS
VARIANCES FROM CLASSIFICATION AS A SOLID WASTE WIDER 40 CFR 260.31(b) FOR SPENT CATALYSTS
Subtitle D
•SOURCE REDUCTION AND RECYCLING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS FOR STATES
~SUBTITLE D SURVE*
APPLICABILITY OF THE HOUSEHOLD HASTE EXCLUSION TO LEAD-CONTAMINATED SOIL
INSPECTION AUTHOR IT* UNDER SECTION 3007 OF RCRA
LETTER TO STATE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSIONERS! SUBTITLE D STATE SOLID HASTE MANAGEMENT PLANS
MINING WASTE REGULATED UNDER SUBTITLE D RATHER THAN SUBTITLE C
RCRA SUBTITLE C REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS HASTE COLLECTION PROGRAMS COLLECTING CESQG HASTE
9441
9443
9441
9441
9497
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9497
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
9443
9433
9S81
9573
9441
9504
9572
9441
9574
1994(24)
1994(01)
1992(06)
1995(10)
1996(011
1992(39)
1993(20)
1989(29)
1991(18)
.1987(73)
1995(22)
1989(02)
1986(61)
1992(02)
,1992(31)
1990(29)
1986(42)
1986(12)
.1994(02)
1988(01)
1987(01)
1995(08)
.1986(02)
00-02
1986(55)
00-02
SOLID HASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT (SHMUa)
(See Corrective Action)
XREF
08/30/94
01/03/94
03/26/92
03/08/95
06/19/96
11/10/92
10/22/93
06/1S/89
12/09/91
08/31/87
06/19/95
10/19/89
08/18/86
01/15/92
09/24/92
10/18/90
05/20/86
05/23/86
11/15/94
11/01/88
03/30/87
03/07/95
04/17/86
02/22/88
07/16/86
07/22/92
/ /
SOLIDIFICATION
(See Treatment)
XREF
SOLVENTS
(See also Listed Hazardous Haste, Wastewater, Electroplating, Reclamation, Recovery under Reclamation, Recycle)
~BOAT FOR WASTEWATER
~HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION
~LAND DISPOSAL BAN OF SOLVENTS
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - 1* NATIONAL VARIANCE (SOLVENTS)
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - SOLVENT AND DIOXIN HASTES
~METHYL CHLOROFORM
•PARTS WASHING WITH MINERAL SPIRITS, SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
~SOLVENT DRIPPINGS FOR DECREASING OPERATIONS
~SOLVENT DRIPPINGS FROM DEGREASING OPERATIONS
~SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE, THE
~SOLVENTS USED IN CLEANING, EXTRACTION, BENEFICIATION, AND PROCESSING MACHINERY
~VARIANCES TO BAN - EFFECTIVE DATES FOR SOLVENTS AND DIOXINS
~WASTES GENERATED IN PROCESS UNITS
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM CHEMICAL ETCHING
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM ELECTROPLATING OPERATIONS
ACETONE AND METHANOL CONTAMINATED HASHHATERS
ACTIVATED CARBON CANISTERS USED TO COLLECT SOLVENT VAPORS GENERATED DURING PAINT APPLICATION
XREF
9432.
9441.
9551.
9551.
9553.
9444.
9441.
9441,
9443.
9444,
9441.
9551.
9441.
9444.
9453,
9444 ,
9444,
1986(16)
1988(12)
1986(03)
1987(24)
1988(01)
1984(17)
1986(45)
1987(19)
1987(08)
1985(15a!
1984(33)
1986(22)
1986(96)
1984(02)
1984(02)
1989(051
1986(08J
/ /
/ /
12/30/86
04/30/85
02/28/86
11/30/87
02/28/88
08/30/84
05/30/86
03/30/87
04/30/87
07/31/85
11/30/84
12/30/86
12/30/86
03/30/84
05/30/84
07/21/89
05/02/86


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CAUSTIC RINSING METAL PARTS
CLEAN SOLVENT FROM RECYCLED SOLVENT-CONTAINING WASTE - STILL BOTTOMS
DELISTING OP WASTE GENERATED FROM ZINC PHOSPHATING ON CARBON STEEL
DRY CLEANING CARTRIDGE FILTERS, DISPOSAL OF
DRY TOLUENE AND CARBON TETRACHLORIDE, SAFE DISPOSAL OF
DRYCLEANING INDUSTRY WASTES
ELECTROCHEMICAL MACHINING WASTES AND THE SCOPE OF THE F006 LISTING
ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS
ELECTROPLATING RINSEWATERS NOT IN F007-009 LISTINGS
F SOLVENT WASTES
F003 10% RULE AND ASSOCIATED REGULATIONS
F00S LISTING FOR PYRIDINE STILL BOTTOMS
F006 AND F019 ELECTROPLATING LISTINGS
F006 LISTING AND DEFINITION OF CONVERSION COATING
F019 LISTING AND THE CONVERSION COATING PROCESS
FILTER CAKE WASTE CONTAINING SOLVENT USED TO SOLUBILIZE PRODUCT
HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL CADENCE PRODUCT 312, REGULATION OF
IMMERSION PLATING WASTEWATERS-BRONZE PLATING
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS ON THE METAL FINISHING INDUSTRY
MECHANICAL PLATING WASTES IN THE F006 LISTING, NON-INCLUSION OF
MIXED SOLVENT WASTES
MIXTURE RULE CALCULATION - INCLUDING VOLATILIZED SOLVENT
MOBILE RECYCLING UNIT FOR REPROCESSING WASTE SOLVENTS
MOBILE SOLVENT RECYCLER, GENERATOR DETERMINATION FOR
PAINT FILTERS, USED
PAINT SPRAY BOOTH AIR FILTERS
PAINT WASTES AND THE SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS
PAINTING CONTRACTOR WASTES-SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR
PAINTS CONTAINING SOLVENTS
PERMITTING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS AFFECTING COMPLIANCE WITH LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
PRE-COAT WASTE CONTAINING 2-ETHOXYETHANOL (EXTRUDING PROCESS WASTE)
PROCESS WASTES CONTAINING INKS, PAINTS, AND ADHESIVES
REACTOR VESSEL WASHOUT CONTAINING TRACE AMOUNTS OP SOLVENT
RECLAIMED METHANOL IS A PRODUCT RATHER THAN A WASTE
RECYCLING NICKEL, COPPER AND CHROMIUM-CONTAINING ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES
RECYCLING OF ELECTROPLATING SLUDGES (F006! FOR CEMENT/AGGREGATE MANUFACTURE
REGULATORY STATUS OF DRIP GAS GENERATED ALONG NATURAL GAS TRANSMISSION PIPELINES
RESIDUALS FROM TREATMENT OF RESTRICTED WASTES NOT COVERED BY LESS-THAN-1% SOLVENT EXTENSION
RINSE WATERS CONTAINING TCE SOLVENT
SLUDGES GENERATED FROM THE FIRST CLEANING STAGES OF PHOSPHATING PROCESS
SOLVENT LISTINGS AND LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
SOLVENT LISTINGS FOR PAINT WASTES/REMOVER AND SPILL RESIDUE
SOLVENT LISTINGS, SCOPE OF
SOLVENT-BEARING WASTEWATER, SLUDGE, AND BRINE TREATED AND STORED IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
SOLVENT/MIXTURE BLENDS
SOLVENTS USED AS COOLANTS AND APPLICABILITY OF SOLVENT LISTINGS
SOLVENTS USED AS REACTANT AND SOLVENT WASTES GENERATED BY A PRODUCTION PROCESS
SOLVENTS USED AS REACTANT NOT LISTED AS SPENT SOLVENT OR COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT
SPENT AND RECLAIMED SOLVENTS, BLENDING OF RECLAIMED XYLENE
SPENT CYANIDE PLATING BATH SOLUTIONS FROM SILVER RECOVERY
SPENT SOLVENT MIXTURE (NALCAST 6015/WATER/WAX)
STILL BOTTOM WASTE FROM POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION
STILL BOTTOMS FROM LISTED SOLVENT RECLAMATION
SUBSTITUTION OF EXTRACTION SOLVENTS FOR METHYLENE CHLORIDE
TCLP EXTRACTIONS APPLIED TO LIQUID WASTES, OILS AND SOLVENT-BASED PRODUCTS
TCLP IN THE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS PROGRAM AND HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE CONTAMINATED WITH POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (PCBs)
9444 ,
9441,
9441.
9553.
9451.
9444.
9444.
9442.
9444.
9444.
9444.
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94 94.
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9S$4.
9444.
9444.
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9442.
9444.
9441.
9444.
9502.
9444.
9441.
9444.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9553.
9441.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9553.
9444.
9444.
9444.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9444.
9444 .
9441.
9442.
9443.
9444.
1987(33)
1987(26!
1984(24)
1986(031
1986	(06)
1987(07)
1987(03)
1987(03)
1988(07)
1985(03)
1987(30)
1987(53)
1988(09)
1987(091
1987(22)
1987(43)
1986(04)
1988(OS)
1987(02)
1986(13)
1988(02)
1987(28)
1986(30)
1986(13)
1988(13)
1990(01)
1987(17)
1986(47)
1988(11)
1986(11)
1986(15)
1987(09)
1987	(49)
1985(33)
1988(09)
1989(19)
1993(03)
1987(07)
1987(59)
1986(11)
1987(18)
1987(11)
1986(26!
1987(01)
1988(06)
1987(02)
1986(27)
1986(92)
1987(24)
1989(34)
1985(15)
1987(38)
1987(05)
1988(25)
1991(14)
1987(29)
1989(10)
08/07/87
04/17/87
09/06/84
12/11/86
12/1S/86
03/06/87
01/27/87
07/28/87
04/07/88
04/01/85
07/21/81
12/15/87
05/02/86
03/26/87
06/24/87
10/09/87
04/11/86
10/03/88
02/03/87
06/24/86
01/20/88
04/30/87
04/16/86
08/06/86
07/28/88
05/03/90
05/20/87
06/02/86
05/05/88
06/16/86
08/04/86
02/19/87
10/26/87
10/23/85
04/06/88
04/26/89
09/09/93
04/27/87
08/07/87
0S/22/B6
05/20/87
04/14/87
11/07/86
01/12/87
03/31/88
01/27/87
12/05/86
12/05/86
04/15/87
07/06/89
06/24/85
09/01/87
02/02/87
06/09/88
10/29/91
11/18/87
09/22/89

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THERMAL TREATMENT UNITS, SCOPE OP SUBPART X
TOLUENE AS A D1LUANT OR CARRIER AND THE SCOPE OF THE F00S LISTING
TOLUENE - CONTA INI NO PAIWT PRODUCTS FROM HOOD PIECES, REGULATOR* STATUS
TOLUENE-LADEN FILTER RESIDUE GENERATED FROM AN INK PRODUCTION PROCESS
VOLATILIZATION OF SOLVENTS COUNTED AS SOLVENTS USED
WASTE FROM CHEMICAL ETCHING USING CYANIDE
WASTE PROM ELECTROLESS PLATING PROCESSES NOT COVERED UNDER REINTERPRETED F006 LISTING
WASTE INK AND SOLVENT MIXTURES GENERATED FROM PRINTING FACILITIES
WASTE LISTINGS F006 AND K0S2, SCOPE OF
WASTES FROM BRIGHT DIPPING UNDER THE REINTERPRETED FQ06 LISTING
WASTES FROM ZINC PLATING (SEGREGATED BASIS) ON CARBON STEEL EXCLUDED FROM F006
WASTES GENERATED IN A PROCESS USING METHYLENE CHLORIDE TO RECOVER ALKALOIDS FROM PLANT MATTER
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES RESULTING FROM METAL CLEANING PROCESS
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM, SOLVENT RECOVERY STILL BOTTOMS IN
WATER WALL SPRAY BOOTH WASTES AND THE SOLVENT LISTINGS
9489
9444
9443
9444
9441
9444
9444
9443
9444
9444
9444
9441
9444
9441
9444
1988(01)
1987(36)
19B8C01)
1985(09)
.1991(08)
,1987(16)
,1987(51)
,1984(08)
,1986(32)
,1987(28)
.1987(14}
.1986(52)
1989(08)
.1985(43)
.1987(06)
05/18/88
08/17/87
01/04/88
06/03/85
06/10/91
05/20/87
12/04/87
11/23/84
12/12/86
07/13/87
05/08/87
07/02/86
08/21/89
12/17/85
02/28/87
Rags and Wipers
DISPOSAL OF RAGS TO WIPE CRUDE OIL
DISPOSAL OR RECLAMATION OP RAGS
RMS AND SIMILAR MATERIALS ABSORBING VOLATILES AND F-WASTES, HANDLING
RECYCLABLE CLOTH WIPERS AND DISPOSABLE INDUSTRIAL WIPERS USED TO CLEAN UP HAZARDOUS WASTES
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF DISPOSABLE AND LAUNDERABLE INDUSTRIAL RAGS AND WIPERS
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED INDUSTRIAL WIPERS AND SHOP TOWELS
SCRAP DEHP AND SMALL CAPACITORS CONTAINING DEHP, DISPOSAL REQUIREMENTS FOR
9441
9444
9441
9441
9441
9441
9441
1989(23)
1989(13)
1989(50)
1986(53)
1993(19)
1994(02)
1985(23)
OS/31/89
10/20/89
10/20/89
07/03/86
09/27/93
02/14/94
06/27/85
Spent Solvents
•COMPARATIVE DEFINITIONS OF F001 AND F002
~DEFINITION OF SPENT SOLVENT
•GENERATION AND RECYCLING
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS: DISPOSAL OF WASTES GRANTED A VARIANCE
•METHANOL TREATMENT STANDARDS
•PERCHLOROETHYLENE USED IN DRY CLEANING
•SMALL QUANTITY DETERMINATION FOR SOLVENT RECLAIMER
•SOLID WASTE VARIANCE FOR SPENT SOLVENT
•SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE
•SOLVENT MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO SPILL OF TOLUENE/BENZENE MIXTURE - CERCLA INTERFACE
•SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS
•SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS
•SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS
•SPENT SOLVENT MIXTURES (F-WASTES)
•SPENT SOLVENTS FROM VARNISH STRIPPING
•SPENT SOLVENTS IN SCINTALLATION COCKTAILS
•TECHNICAL GRADE SOLVENT FORMULATIONS AND THE F003 LISTING
1,1,1 -TRICHLOROETHANE CONTAINED IN A SAND-METAL-SOLVENT MIXTURE
ACTIVATED CARBON CANISTERS SATURATED WITH SPENT SOLVENTS
BIF REGULATIONS EFFECTS ON INDUSTRIAL BOILER
CHLOROPLUOROCARBONS (CFCs) AS REFRIGERANTS, RECYCLING OF SPENT
CLARIFICATION ON THE USE OF SOLVENTS AS RE ACT ANTS IN MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
CLARIFICATION ON: MANIFEST DOCUMENT NUMBER; F003, F005, DOOli WASTE DESTINED FOR RECYCLING? AND TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR CFC
CLASSIFICATION OF F003 WASTES
EXEMPTION FOR COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
IDENTIFICATION OF SPENT SOLVENT IN CERTAIN INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES
INK FORMULATION HASTES AS BOTH K086 AND F001-005 WASTES
INTERPRETATION OP THE MIXTURE RULE EXEMPTION AS IT RELATES TO SCRUBBER WATER FROM THE INCINERATION OF CERTAIN SOLVENTS
IRON CAKE WASTE GENERATED DURING TOE PRODUCTION OF METHYLDOPA
LUBRICATING OIL AND JET FUELS USED TO PRODUCE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
MIXTURES OF SPENT SOLVENTS - FOOl-FOOS, REGULATORY STATUS OF
9444
9444
9441
9551
9554
9444
9441
9433
9441
9443
9444
9444
9441
9443
9441
9444
9444
9443
9441
9488
9441
9444
9441
9444
9441
9441
9444
9441
9443
9494
9441
.1991(03)
.1989(02a)
,1987(20)
.1988(05)
1990(04)
.1992(04)
1987(10)
1985(03)
1987(18)
.1985(11)
.1988(09)
1986(14!
1989(SSI
1986(OS)
1986(57)
1989(02c)
.1994(05)
.1989(07)
1986(54)
.1991(03)
.1989(40)
.1985(08)
1994 (26)
.1992(05)
.1988(33)
.1992(44)
,1987(41)
.1994(16)
.1987(32)
.1985(01)
,1984(06!
05/01/91
03/31/89
03/31/87
05/30/88
03/07/90
10/31/92
02/28/87
09/30/85
03/30/87
11/30/85
04/30/88
06/30/86
10/30/89
01/30/86
05/30/86
03/31/89
06/30/94
07/10/89
07/15/86
09/23/91
08/02/89
05/24/85
09/28/94
11/04/92
07/27/88
12/22/92
09/15/87
06/10/94
12/16/87
10/01/85
04/10/84


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ON-SITE RECYCLING OF SPENT SOLVENTS BY GENERATORS
9441.
1986
(21)
REGULATORY DETERMINATION - SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS AND THE MIXTURE RULE
9441.
1992
(21)
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS PERTAINING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF WASTE SOLVENTS AND USED OIL
9441.
.1992
(36)
REGULATORY STATUS OF RECLAIMED SOLVENT FROM USED DRY CLEANING FILTERS
9441.
,1992
(11)
REGULATORY STATUS OF WASTE GENERATED BY MCLAUGHLIN GORMLEY KING (MGK) COMPANY IN MINNESOTA
9444.
,1992
(03)
RESIDUALS MATERIALS CONTAMINATED WITH TRACE SOLVENTS
9444.
.1991
(04)
RESIDUE FROM SPENT SOLVENT RECLAMATION CONSIDERED HAZARDOUS
9441.
.1984
(03)
SOLVENT AND COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT WASTE STREAMS
9444.
.1989
(03)
SOLVENT RECLAMATION OPERATIONS AT SEMICONDUCTOR FIRMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
9441.
.1986
(89)
SOLVENT STILL AS RECYCLING UNIT - REGULATORY STATUS OF
9441.
. 1985
(24)
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTESTREAMS FROM A PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURER
9441,
.1968
(49)
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTESTREAMS FROM PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURER
9443.
.1988
(11)
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTEWATER FROM FRAGRANCE MANUFACTURE
9442.
.1987
(06)
SPENT PIPELINE FILTER CARTRIDGES
9444
. 1988
(03)
SPENT SOLVENT LISTINGS & LEACHATE FROM SANITARY LFs THAT RECEIVED HAZARDOUS WASTE
9444
.1983
(01)
SPENT SOLVENT RECOVERY, WASTE MANAGEMENT TAX
9441
.1986
(41)
STILL BOTTOM WASTE GENERATED BY A POLYSTYRENE PRODUCTION FACILITY
9432
.1988
(01)
STILL BOTTOMS GENERATED AND REMOVED FROM A RECYCLING UNIT
94S3
.1989
(04)
WASTE GENERATED DURING THE MANUFACTURE OF POLYURETHANE FOAM
9441
.1992
(24)
WASTE SOLVENT-BASED GLUE
9443
.1989
(02)
WASTES GENERATED FROM EXTRACTION PROCESS
9442
.1986
(07)
SPENT MATERIALS
(See Solid Haste)
SPENT SOLVENTS
(See Solvents)
SPILLS
(See Contingency Plan) (See also Corrective Action)
SRB
(See System Removal Efficiency)
STATE AUTHORIZATION
XREF
XREP
XREF
XREF
ABOVE-GROUND LAND EMPLACEMENT FACILITIES, N.J. LAW
ALTERNATE CONCENTRATION LIMIT (ACL) POLICY FOR HSWA PROVISIONS
CALIFORNIA AUTHORIZATION - EVALUATION OF THE WASTE EVALUATION TEST
CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE ISSUES FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
COAL ASH AS A SOLID WASTE
CORRECTIVE ACTION AT FEDERAL FACILITIES
EFFECTIVE DATES FOR CHARACTERISTIC & LISTED WASTES PER 03/19/87 CLEAN CLOSURE REGULATION
JURISDICTION AND REGULATION OF MIXED WASTE MANAGEMENT INCLUDING INCINERATION AND LOCATION CRITERIA
K006 WASTE AND ONSITE DISPOSAL UNIT CONTAINING THESE WASTES
PROCESS WASTE DELISTED BY THE STATE DESIGNATES THE WASTE NON-HAZARDOUS WITHIN THE STATE
RCRA 3001 (f) (2) (b) AND STATES' EXCLUSION OF WASTES FROM REGULATION AS HAZARDOUS
REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE
RISK RETENTION GROUPS AND FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
STATE AUTHORIZATION TO REGULATE HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES
USED OIL AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES CONTAINING METHANOL
XREF
9487.
9481.
9442.
9476.
9571.
9502.
9476.
9541.
9432.
9541.
9541.
9541.
9477.
9541.
9592.
9441.
1986(04)
1987(07)
1988(03)
1987(08)
1990(02)
1986(06)
00-16
1986(14)
1987(09)
1986(04)
1986(05)
1986(19)
00-5
1986(20)
1996(03)
1989(52)
03/13/86
07/16/92
10/28/92
05/28/92
10/20/92
08/30/91
02/16/84
06/28/89
12/02/86
06/27/85
12/06/88
12/06/88
10/26/87
02/11/88
06/10/83
05/20/86
02/11/88
04/18/89
08/17/92
04/12/89
07/02/86
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
03/26/86
07/24/87
05/02/88
12/17/87
04/09/90
04/15/86
04/01/88
07/03/86
08/19/87
03/03/86
10/31/86
10/14/86
11/23/87
10/20/86
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Authorized States
•FEDERAL AUTHORITY OVER AUTHORIZED STATES
CARBON REGENERATION UNITS - REGULATOR* STATUS
CHANGES DURING INTERIM STATUS IN PHASE II AUTHORIZED STATES
DELISTING OF HASTE BY AUTHORIZED STATES
DETERMINING WHETHER STATE HAZARDOUS HASTE REQ. ARE BROADER OR MORE STRINGENT THAN THE FEDERAL RCRA PROGRAM
DRAFT STATE RCRA PERMITS, EPA REVIEW OF
EPA ENFORCEMENT OF RCRA-AUTHORIZED STATE HAZARDOUS WASTE LAWS AND REGULATIONS
FEDERAL DELISTING AND RCRA PERMITTING IN INTERIM AUTHORIZED STATES
INTERIM AUTHORIZATION OF PROGRAMS BASED ON EMERGENCY STATE REGULATIONS
K006 WASTE AMD ONSITE DISPOSAL UNIT CONTAINING THESE WASTES
MIXED WASTES AT DOE FACILITIES, REGULATION OF
PART B FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INFO. REQ. FOR OWNERS/OPERATORS IN STATES WITH ONLY PHASE I AUTHORIZATION
PIG-82-5 AND RSI »5 JOINT PERMITTING IN PHASE I AUTHORIZED STATES
QUANTUM TECH PLASMA ARC UNIT - REGULATORY CLASSIFICATION
RCRA PERMIT REAUTHORIZATION ISSUES IN REGION III
RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
ROLE OF AUTHORIZED STATES IN DISPUTE RESOLUTION
STATE CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT GUIDANCE
STATE PERMITTING DURING PHASE I INTERIM AUTHORIZATION
TC APPLICABILITY TO MIXED WASTE
TRANSFER OF FEDERAL RCRA PERMITS TO AUTHORIZED STATES AND COMPLIANCE WITH 40 CFR 124.10(e)
WASTES NEWLY REGULATED UNDER HSWA, MANAGEMENT OF
9541.
9489.
9542.
9542.
9541,
9522.
9541.
9542.
9542.
9432,
9503,
9477,
9543,
9488,
9541.
9502,
9541,
9543.
9542,
9441,
9541,
9541,
1988(01)
1991(04)
1983(01)
1980(04)
1984(04)
1984(04)
1982(01)
1982(02)
1980(02)
1987(09)
1985(02)
1982(01)
00-1
1991(04)
1985(01)
1987(05)
1987(01)
1984(01)
1980(03)
1991(02)
1984(05)
1985(05)
01/30/88
08/02/91
08/02/83
10/31/80
05/21/84
10/01/84
05/17/82
07/09/82
10/03/80
08/19/87
08/30/85
05/24/82
10/03/85
09/30/91
03/06/85
04/02/87
01/14/87
12/27/84
10/17/80
02/12/91
06/13/84
05/06/85
Capability Assessments
HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT CAPACITY AND RCRA CONSISTENCY ISSUES
9572.1988(03) 12/23/88
Changing Federal Regulations
DEMONSTRATING EQUIVALENCE OF PART 265 CLEAN CLOSURE WITH PART 264 REQUIREMENTS
RADIOACTIVE WASTE EXEMPTION IN NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA
STATE PERMITTING DURING PHASE I INTERIM AUTHORIZATION
9476.00-18
9541.1984(08)
9542.1980(03)
05/12/89
09/13/84
10/17/80
Interim Authorization
RCRA RSI #2: EXTENSION OF INTERIM AUTHORIZATION HAZARDOUS WASTE PROGRAMS
9542.1985(01) 01/11/85
Joint Permitting
FEDERAL PERMITS IN STATES WHICH HAVE RECEIVED FINAL AUTHORIZATION
HSWA AUTHORIZATION ISSUES - JOINT PERMITTING
RCRA PERMIT REAUTHORIZATION ISSUES IN REGION III
RCRA PERMITS WITH HSWA CONDITIONS - JOINTLY ISSUED PERMITS
WASTE MINIMIZATION: PERMIT CERTIFICATION AND JOINT PERMITTING
WASTES NEWLY REGULATED UNDER HSWA, MANAGEMENT OF
9541.1984(09)
9541.1985(09)
9541.1985(01)
9502.1987(06)
9560.1985(01)
9541.1985(05!
04/04/84
07/01/85
03/06/85
06/30/87
09/11/85
05/06/85
More Stringent/Broader in Scope
•STATE PROGRAMS
AUTHORIZATION OF STATE PROGRAMS TO IMPLEMENT LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS PROGRAMS
DETERMINING WHETHER STATE HAZARDOUS WASTE REQ. ARE BROADER OR MORE STRINGENT THAN THE FEDERAL RCRA PROGRAM
SLUDGES WITHIN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, NEWLY REGULATED DUE TO TC RULE
9572.1986(01)
9541.1986(13)
9541.1984(04)
9484.1991(01)
09/30/86
06/24/86
05/21/84
03/08/91
Pre-HSWA Provisions
INDUSTRIAL FURNACES BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTES AND THE RESIDUALS GENERATED (LOUISIANA REG)
9494.1987(02) 04/15/87
State Laws
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTION
DESIGNATED FACILITY UNDER THE TREATABILITY STUDY EXCLUSION
HSWA AUTHORIZATION ISSUES - JOINT PERMITTING
9541.1987(10)
9432.1991(01)
9541.1985(09)
12/30/87
09/27/91
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STATE AUTHORIZATION AND REGULATION OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES
USED BATTERIES RETURNED FOR REGENERATION EXEMPTION
State Permits
DRAFT STATE RCRA PERMITS, EPA REVIEW OF
INVOLVEMENT OF STATBS WITHOUT PHASE II INTERIM AUTHORIZATION IN RCRA PERMITTING
REQUIREMENT THAT STATE-PERMITTED HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITIES HAVE INTERIM STATUS
STATE PERMITS ISSUED BEFORE RECEIVING RCRA PHASE II AUTHORIZATION
State Programs
•DELISTING BY STATES
•SOURCE REDUCTION AND RECYCLING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS FOR STATES
EXCLUSION OF WASTE GENERATED AT INDIVIDUAL FACILITIES (DELISTING)
HSWA EFFECT ON STATE DELISTING DECISIONS
LETTER TO STATE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSIONERS: SUBTITLE D STATE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANS
STATE PROGRAM ADVISORY #2 - RCRA AUTHORIZATION TO REGULATE MIXED HASTE
STATE PROGRAM REVISION AUTHORIZATIONS PILOT DELEGATION TO THE REGIONS
TRANSFER OF NOTIFICATION AND PERMIT APPLICATION INFORMATION TO STATES
State Regulations
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS REGARDING LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS, TO THE VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER
CONTAINED-IN POLICY
INCINERATORS FOR DESTRUCTION OF NERVE AGENTS, HIGH PRIORITY PERMITTING
LEAD SHEILDING FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE IS A RCRA SOLID WASTE
LOCATION STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES
PROCESS WASTE DELISTED BY THE STATE DESIGNATES THE WASTE NON-HAZARDOUS WITHIN THE STATE
STATE REGULATION OF FEDERAL AGENCIES FOR PURPOSE OF INTERIM AUTHORIZATION
STATE LAWS
(See State Authorization)
STATE PERMITS
(See State Authorization)
STATE PROGRAMS
(See State Authorization)
STATE REGULATIONS
(See State Authorization)
STATUTORY AUTHORITY
CLARIFICATION ON RCRA AND TSCA JURISDICTION OVER INFECTIOUS AND/OR GENETICALLY ENGINEERED WASTE
REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS OF RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTE
STEEL FOUNDRIES
(See Listed Hazardous Waste)
STORAGE
9541.198*7 (04 )
9497.1991(01)
9522.1984(04)
9542.1981(01)
9542.1980(01)
9542.1982(03)
9541
9581
9542
9433
9572
9541
9541
9542
9441
9441
9501
9444
9472
9541
9542
1986 (24)
1988(01)
1982(01)
1985(02)
00-02
00-6
1991(01)
1981(02)
1994(30)
1991(04)
1986(01)
1991(02)
1991(01)
1986(04)
1980(05)
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9441.1995(06)
9541.1986(19)
XREF
06/29/87
03/04/91
10/01/84
02/12/81
10/03/80
08/09/82
10/30/86
11/01/88
05/25/82
0S/16/8S
02/22/88
07/30/87
03/11/91
03/24/81
11/23/94
03/26/91
09/11/86
04/30/91
10/01/91
03/03/86
11/14/80
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
02/21/95
10/14/86
/ /
(See also Containers, Hazardous Waste Fuels, Tank System, Permit Conditions)
XREF
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*100-1000 Kg/MONTH GENERATORS
•CERTIFICATION FOR CONTAINER STORAGE
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK CLOSURE AMD POST-CLOSURE
~LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - STORAGE OP HAZARDOUS WASTE
•PROHIBITION ON STORAGE OP RESTRICTED WASTES
•SATELLITE ACCUMULATION
•SECONDARY CONTAINMENT VARIANCES FOR TANKS
•SQG 100-1000 Kg/MONTH GENERATORS, AND THE MANIFEST
•STORAGE OF RESTRICTED WASTES
•STORAGE PRIOR TO RECYCLING
•WASTE ANALYSIS FOR SIMPLE STORAGE AT INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
ABOVE-GROUND LAND EMPLACEMENT FACILITIES, N.J. LAW
ACCUMULATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN TANKS (90-DAY)
ACCUMULATION OF SECONDARY MATERIAL - ABANDONED VS. DISPOSED OF
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS AND STORAGE STANDARDS FOR MARKETERS OF HAZARDOUS HASTE
APPLICABILITY OF A PROPOSED HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATION TO CERTAIN DOE RADIOACTIVE MIXED WASTES
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA TO HAZARDOUS WASTES GENERATED III PRODUCT STORAGE TANKS AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS
CLARIFICATION OF REGULATORY LANGUAGE WITH RESPECT TO PERMITTED HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTAINER STORAGE FACILITIES
CLARIFICATION REGARDING TOE HAZARDOUS WASTE SAMPLE EXCLUSION FOUND IN 40 CFR 261.4(d)
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
CONTAINERS FOR SAFE MID ECONOMICAL STORAGE, TRANSPORT, AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, DEVELOPMENT OP
CONTAINMENT AND DETECTION OF RELEASE FROM HAZARDOUS STORAGE TANK SYSTEMS
COPPER PLATING SOLUTION REACTED WITH A CHELATING AGENT TO PRODUCE A COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER
DOD MUNITIONS BECOME SOLID WASTE SUBJECT TO RCRA WHEN THERE IS AN INTENT TO DISPOSE OR DESTROY THEM
FOUNDRY SANDS RECYCLED AND RETURNED TO THE FOUNDRY
GENERATOR WITH RESPECT TO REGULATION OF OPERATIONAL HASTES FROM SHIPS, DEFINITION
HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLERS
HAZARDOUS WASTES THAT ARB RECYCLED, HANDLING
HOLDING, TEMPORARY, PERIOD, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL (DEFINITIONS)
INTERPRETATION OF 3005(j)(l)
MANAGEMENT OF HASTES PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION INTO SEWER
MIXED WASTE REGULATION - RCRA REQUIREMENTS VS. NRC REQUIREMENTS
MOBILE RECYCLING UNIT FOR REPROCESSING HASTE SOLVENTS
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR MARATHON PETROLEUM, IL
RCRA STORAGE FACILITY REQUIREMENTS, OFF-LOADING FROM TANK TRUCKS
RECYCLING OF MOLDING AND CASTING SANDS
REGULATION AND PERMITTING OF LABORATORIES
REGULATORY INTERPRETATIONS UNDER RCRA CONCERNING CERTAIN FUEL BLENDING SCENARIOS
REPROCESSING OF BATTERIES
REQUIREMENTS OF A FACILITY GENERATING, STORING, AND MANIFESTING F001
REUSE/RECYCLE REGULATIONS IMPACT ON SPENT LEAD-ACID BATTERY RECYCLING
SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER VARIANCES
SLUDGE WASTE HANDLING IF TEMP. EXCLUSION IS WITHDRAWN / FUTURE METALS RECOVERY-STEEL FACILITY
SOLVENT RECLAMATION OPERATIONS AT SEMICONDUCTOR FIRMS AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
SPENT SULFURIC ACID ACCUMULATED SPECULATIVELY
STORAGE FACILITIES, RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
STORAGE PERMIT FOR FACILITIES INVOLVED IN HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
TANK SYSTEMS SINCE CHANGES IN DEFINITION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, CLASSIFICATION OF
TRANSPORTATION REGULATIONS
USE OF MULTIPLE TRANSFER FACILITIES AS PART OF THE "NORMAL COURSE OF TRANSPORTATION"
9451.
9523.
9476.
9551.
9453,
9453.
9483.
9475.
9551,
9475.
9472.
9487.
9453.
9441.
9494.
9482.
9441.
9482.
9441.
9476.
9482.
9483.
9493.
9441.
9441.
9432.
9461.
9441.
9432.
9484.
9441.
9451.
9441.
9551.
9488.
9441.
9441.
9498.
9497.
9475.
9497.
9444 .
9433.
9441.
9441.
9432.
9441,
9S23.
9483 ,
9461,
9461.
1987(04)
1983(02)
1986(02)
1987(05)
1986(06)
1985(06)
1986(08)
1985(02)
1986(24)
1987(01)
1983(01)
1986(04)
1982(01)
1985(25)
1986(05)
1994(01)
1995(09)
1995(01)
1994(22)
00-12
1985(01)
1988(10)
1986(01)
1985(31)
1987(13)
1986(05)
1988(01)
1986(76)
1986(12)
1985(01)
1986(73)
1989(02)
1986(30)
1990(09)
1988(01)
1986(01)
1988(39)
1994(12)
1987(02)
1986(Ola)
1986(01)
1988(14)
1986(17)
1986 (89)
1988(19)
1983(02)
1989(11)
00-17
1988(03)
1990(01)
1994(01)
08/30/87
02/28/83
09/30/86
02/28/87
11/30/86
12/30/85
10/30/86
10/30/85
12/30/86
04/30/87
07/30/83
03/26/86
08/31/82
07/01/85
04/11/86
09/02/94
03/08/95
06/30/95
08/11/94
02/02/88
11/26/85
06/03/88
01/22/86
10/03/85
03/04/87
02/05/86
08/31/88
10/08/86
07/28/86
07/35/85
09/25/86
06/26/89
04/16/86
11/06/90
12/09/88
01/06/86
08/30/88
11/08/94
02/19/87
10/30/86
02/06/86
08/26/88
09/30/86
12/02/86
05/26/88
11/29/83
03/27/89
09/02/88
02/08/88
06/07/90
06/21/94
STUDENT'S T TEST
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
XREF
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SUBPART ec
(See also Air Emissions)
~FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON THE 40 CFR PART 264/265, SUBPART CC AIR EMISSION STANDARDS
~REMOVAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT FOR SUBPART CC COMPLIANCE
XREF
9480.1996(02)
9480.1996(03)
/ /
02/29/96
03/31/96
SUBPART X
(See also Permit Application, Federal Facilities, Characteristic Hazardous Haste)
~TREATABILITY STUDIES ON HAZARDOUS WASTE SAMPLES, PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
DETONATING EXPLOSIVE WASTES
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR WET-AIR OXIDATION UNIT(VERTECH)
Geologic Repositories
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR DISPOSAL IN SALT DOMES
PERMITS FOR PLACEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN UNDERGROUND SALT MINES
Miscellaneous Units
A DETERMINATION OF WHETHER A DETOX(SM) WET OXIDATION PROCESS WOULD BE REGULATED UNDER SUBPART X OR UNDER SUBPART 0
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A PROPOSED FUMING/GASIFICATION UNIT
CLARIFICATION ON THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN THERMAL DESORBERS AND INCINERATORS
DETONATING EXPLOSIVE WASTES
DRUM SHREDDER REGULATION
MISCELLANEOUS UNITS SUBPART X, IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE
OPEN BURNING/OPEN DETONATION AT DOD FACILITIES
PERMITS FOR PLACEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN UNDERGROUND SALT MINES
RCRA REGULATORY INTERPRETATION ON BENZENE STRIPPERS AT WRC REFINERY
REGULATORY STATUS OF SHELL OIL'S NORCO, LOUISIANA FACILITY DITCH SYSTEM
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
THREE AND FOUR-SIDED, FLOORED STRUCTURES, REGULATORY CLASSIFICATION OF
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR WET-AIR OXIDATION UNIT(VERTECH)
Open Burning/Open Detonation (OB/ODI
DEMILITARIZATION OF MUNITIONS
DOD MUNITIONS BECOME SOLID WASTE SUBJECT TO RCRA WHEN THERE IS MI INTENT TO DISPOSE OR DESTROY THEM
FIRE TRAINING PITS, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR
INCLUSION OF EMISSIONS FROM OB/OD UNITS IN THE HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT FOR A CHEMICAL AGENT DISPOSAL FACILITY
MISCELLANEOUS UNITS SUBPART X, IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE
OPEN BURNING/OPEN DETONATION AT DOD FACILITIES
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION OF LOSS OF INTERIM STATUS PROVISIONS AS IT APPLIES TO OB/OD FACILITIES
REGULATORY STATUS OF AN OPEN BURNING UNIT USED FOR TREATING EXCESS PROPELLANT
THERMAL TREATMENT UNITS, SCOPE OF SUBPART X
XREF
9441.1986(58)
9443.1987(30)
9432.1986(06)
9489.1991(05)
9472.1986(04)
9489.
9431.
9489.
9443.
9441.
9489.
9502.
9472.
9489.
9432.
9523.
9432.
9432.
9441
9441
9489
9489
9489
9502
9528
9489
9489
1995(02)
1994(02)
1994(01)
1987(30)
1988(28)
00-2
1986(16)
1986(04)
1992(02)
1994(01)
00-18
1987(02)
1986(06)
1987(03)
1985(31)
1987(02)
1995(01)
,00-2
,1986(16)
,1992(01)
.1992(01)
.1988(01)
/ /
06/30/86
11/30/87
02/06/86
02/22/91
06/04/86
08/02/95
11/15/94
02/23/94
11/30/87
06/24/88
04/22/87
09/22/86
06/04/86
08/27/92
02/01/94
03/14/89
04/02/87
02/06/86
01/07/87
10/03/85
07/22/87
01/30/95
04/22/87
09/22/86
10/15/92
08/24/92
05/18/88
Thermal Treatment
ASH RESIDUE GENERATED FROM INCINERATION OF K045
CARBON REGENERATION UNITS - REGULATORY STATUS
CLARIFICATION ON THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN THERMAL DESORBERS AND INCINERATORS
HOW TREATING FILTRATION MEDIA COMPARABLE TO ACTIVATED CARBON WOULD BE PERMITTED UNDER RCRA
ON-SITE TREATMENT EXEMPTION, REINTERPRETATION OF
QUANTUM TECH PLASMA ARC UNIT - REGULATORY CLASSIFICATION
REGULATORY DETERMINATION ON THE STATUS OF PRECIOUS METAL RECOVERY FURNACES
THERMAL TREATMENT UNITS, SCOPE OF SUBPART X
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR WET-AIR OXIDATION UNIT(VERTECH)
9441.
9489.
9489.
9489.
9453.
9488.
94 96.
9489.
9432.
1987(12)
1991 (04)
1994 C01I
1996(02)
1987(08)
1991(04)
1993(01)
1988(01)
1986(06)
03/03/87
08/02/91
02/23/94
06/10/96
12/15/87
09/30/91
12/27/93
05/18/88
02/06/86
SUBPARTS AA AND BB
(See also Incineration)
XREF
/ /

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CONTROL DEVICES REQUIRED BY THE ORGANIC AIR EMISSION STANDARD	9534.1991(01)
INTERPRETATION OF CERTAIN CONNECTORS AS "FLANGES"	9531.1993(01}
SUBTITLE D
(See Solid Haste)	¦	XREF
SUMPS
(See Secondary Containment)	XREF
SUPERFUND
(See RCRA/CERCLA Interface)	XREF
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
(See also Land Disposal Facilities)
XREF

~CIRCUMSTANCES FOR OBTAINING INTERIM STATUS FOR UNITS AT AH INTERIM STATUS FACILITY
9522.
1984(01)
•CLEAN CLOSURE
9476.
,1987(03)
•CLEAN CLOSURE OF INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT MID HASTE PILE
9522.
1988(01)
•CLOSURE OP INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
9484.
,1987(04)
•CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
9484.
,1986(07)
•EXISTING SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS WITH LINERS
9522,
,1984(02)
•INTERIM STATUS VS. PERMIT MODIFICATION FOR NEWLY REGULATED UNITS
9525,
,1989(01)
•LEAK NOTIFICATION AT A DOUBLE-LINED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
9484,
.1985(02)
•POST-CLOSURE PERMITS FOR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
9522.
.1986(02a)
•PROTECTIVE COVERS FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
9484.
.1984(01)
•REMOVAL OF TC WASTE FROM A SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
9443.
.1991(02)
•RETROFITTING FOR PERMITTED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
9484.
,1987(09)
•RETROFITTING INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
9528,
.1988(03)
•RETROFITTING SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
9476.
.1986(04)
•SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS CONTAINING WASTEWATER WHICH BECOMES REACTIVE WHEN DRY
9443,
.1983(02)
•SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS RECEIVING HAZARDOUS WASTE
9441.
.1983(01!
ADJACENT HASTE PILES INTO REGULATED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT, PLACEMENT OF (CIBA-GEIGY)
9484
,1987(06)
CLARIFICATION OF "ACTIVE MANAGEMENT" IN CLOSING WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES (SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS 1
9484
.1994(01)
CLOSURE AFTER CESSATION OF RECEIPT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
9476.
.1986(03)
CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE ISSUES FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
9476,
.1987(08)
CLOSURE OF A DOE SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT THAT LOST INTERIM STATUS
9484
.1986(02)
CLOSURE PERFORMANCE STANDARD
9476
.00-13
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
9476
.00-12
COMBINATION OF SLUDGES FROM ALL IMPOUNDMENTS TO DETERMINE WASTE VOLUME FOR VHS ANALYSIS
94 33,
.1987(07)
CONTAMINATED GROUND WATER AND VOLATILES FROM AIR STRIPPING, TREATMENT OF
9441
.1986(86)
DEADLINES APPLICABLE TO PROPOSED DELAY OF CLOSURE REGULATION, GUIDANCE
9476
.1988(04)
HYDROGEN SULFIDE WASTE IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT - REACTIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
9443
.1987(31)
IMPROVEMENTS TO SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS UNDER INTERIM STATUS
9528
.1984(01)
INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS & CLEAN CLOSED WASTE PILES, CODIFICATION RULE 12/01/87
9522
.1988(05)
INTERPRETATION OF 300S(j)11)
9484
.1985(01)
K035 LISTING AND INCLUSION OF SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF CREOSOTE PRODUCTION WASTEWATERS
9444
.1987(52)
K1Q3/K104 WASTE STREAMS - RELATIONSHIP OF CWA BAT, LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS, BOAT, AND DELISTING CRITERIA
9433
.1987(06)
LAND DISPOSAL UNIT CLOSURE CLARIFICATION OF PROPOSED AND PROMULGATED RULES
9476
.1985(05)
LIMB SLUDGE IMPOUNDMENT SLUDGE, DELISTING OF
9484
.1986(05)
METAL, K061 WASTES IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT-DELISTING PETITION
9433,
.1987(18)
MTR COMPLIANCE DATES FOR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS (THERMEX ENERGY)
9484
.1987(11)
NEUTRALIZATION SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, GROUNDWATER MONITORING FOR CLOSURE OP INTERIM-STATUS
9484
.1986(03)
NO-MIGRATION PETITION FOR ROBINSON, IL
9551
.1991(14)
OIL* WASTEWATER TREATMENT PONDS, PERMITTING COVERAGE OF
9502
.1984(01)
12/03/91
02/23/93
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /•
12/31/84
06/30/87
02/28/88
04/30/87
07/30/86
05/30/84
05/30/89
08/30/85
10/30/86
12/31/84
11/01/91
07/30/87
05/30/88
10/30/86
01/30/83
02/01/83
06/26/87
04/06/94
10/08/86
12/17/87
04/02/86
02/08/88
02/02/88
04/13/87
11/20/86
05/31/88
12/07/87
09/10/84
11/30/88
07/2S/8S
12/11/87
04/02/87
12/13/85
05/23/86
08/07/87
08/07/87
04/09/86
05/01/91
12/07/84

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OPERATING DAY DEFINED FOR TANKS AND SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS, THERMEX ENERGY/RADIAN
PETROLEUM REFINERY WW, MIXTURE AND DERIVED-FROM RULES
POTENTIAL!,* CONFLICTING REGULATION OF INFILTRATION GALLERIES BY THE OGWDW AND OSW
PREVIOUSLY UNREGULATED SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT - CORRECTIVE ACTION ORDERS
REDES IGNATION OF SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS AS LANDFILLS DURING INTERIM STATUS
REGULATOR* STATUS OF SHELL OIL'S NORCO, LOUISIANA FACILITY DITCH SYSTEM
REPLACEMENT UNIT. DEFINED - WASTE CONSOLIDATION FROM SEVERAL IMPOUNDMENTS
REPLACEMENT UNIT, DEFINITION, FOR SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT
SECONDARY LEACHATE COLLECTION AMD REMOVAL SYSTEMS - FML TOP LINERS
SLUDGE CONTAINING 1,1,1 -TRICHLOROETHANE (TCE)
SLUDGES WITHIN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, NEWLY REGULATED DUE TO TC RULE
SOLVENT-BEARING WASTEWATER, SLUDGE, AND BRINE TREATED AND STORED IN SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
SPENT PICKLE LIQUOR, USE/REUSE EXEMPTION AS APPLIED TO
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT CLOSURE, APPLICABILITY OF 3005(1! OF RCRA TO
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT DELISTING PETITIONS, USE OF VHS MODEL
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RECEIVING LEACHATE, REGULATION OF
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING AND TIME ALLOWED FOR CLOSURE
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT SAMPLING PLAN FOR HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS HOLDING ONLY K-WASTES GENERATED UNDER A TEMPORARY EXCLUSION
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS VIS-A-VIS NPDES-PERMITTED DISCHARGE POINTS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS/LAND TREATMENT UNITS REGULATION IF ASSOCIATED WWT SLUDGES ARE LISTED
TANK AND SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT, DEFINITIONS
TC RULE HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION
THREE AND FOUR-SIDED, FLOORED STRUCTURES, REGULATORY CLASSIFICATION OF
TREATMENT SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, REGULATORY OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO WOOD PRESERVERS
UCAPCO APPLICATION FOR A VARIANCE UNDER 3004(c)(2) OF RCRA
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
Retrofit
ACLs APPLIED TO SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING PROVISION 3005 (j) (3)
ALTERNATE CONCENTRATION LIMIT {ACL) POLICY FOR HSWA PROVISIONS
NEUTRALIZATION SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, RETROFITTING VARIANCES
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT {IS! RETROFITTING WAIVER REQUEST (OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL)
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RECEIVING NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE AFTER HAZARDOUS WASTE W/O RETROFITTING
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING REQUIREMENTS
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT RETROFITTING WAIVER REQUEST (UNION CARBIDE)
SURFACE WATER
(See also Wastewater, Clean Water Act)
ACLs PROPOSED BY UNION CARBIDE CORP., INSTITUTE, WV, COMMENTS ON
MARINE DEBRIS IN WATERS, DISPOSAL OF
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
SW-846
•SW-846 TEST METHODS
ADDITIONAL ANALYTES FOR HWIR TARGET ANALYTE LIST IN WASTEWATER
ALLOWABLE HOLDING TIMES WHEN TESTING RCRA SAMPLES
ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR CONDUCTING TESTING UNDER THE TC RULE
ASTM D4982-89 (METHOD B) AS AN EQUIVALENT METHOD OF TESTING FOR IGMITABILITY
ASTM STANDARDS IN THE RCRA PROGRAM
CALCULATION OF TCLP CONCENTRATIONS FROM TOTAL CONCENTRATIONS
CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE STREAMS FROM POLYMERIC COATING OPERATIONS
Page No. 139
9483.
9521.
9441.
9521.
9502.
9528.
9432.
9484.
9484.
9484.
9551.
9484.
9553.
9441.
9523.
9476.
9433.
9484.
9484.
9484.
9433
9484
9480
9483
9441
9432
9484
9480
9441
1987(19)
1987(01)
1985(29)
1991(01)
.1986(07a)
.1988(02)
.1994(01)
.1987(01)
.1986(01)
.1987(03)
.1987 (13)
.1991(01)
.1987(01)
.198S(20)
.00-12
.1987(01)
.1987(25)
.1985(01b)
.00-5a
.1988(03}
.1987(23)
.1986(09)
.198S(02)
.1983(01)
.1991(12)
.1987(02)
.1987(12)
.1987(02)
.1986(28)
10/16/87
08/07/87
08/23/85
08/27/91
04/30/86
05/11/88
02/01/94
03/11/87
03/26/86
04/30/87
06/26/87
03/08/91
01/12/87
06/05/85
03/30/87
06/09/87
10/26/87
11/14/85
10/15/88
06/20/88
10/05/87
12/29/86
07/17/85
04/08/83
07/31/91
04/02/87
11/25/87
10/29/87
04/07/86
9484
9481
9484
9484
9484
94 84
9484
.1987(08)
1987(07)
1986(04)
.1987(07)
.1986(08)
.1987(02)
,1987(05)
07/14/87
07/24/87
04/21/86
07/14/87
09/05/86
04/15/87
06/08/87
XREF	/ /
9481.1987(04)	06/19/87
9432.1987(12a) 11/04/87
9523.00-14	03/14/86
XREF	/ /
9554.1991(04)	12/01/91
9445.1993(08)	11/05/93
9445.1987(04)	12/04/87
9442.1991(17)	10/01/91
9443.1992(04)	08/26/92
9445.1987(05)	12/21/87
9445.1992(01)	09/21/92
9442.1995(01)	01/26/95

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CLARIFICATION OF METHOD 8260 CALIBRATION STANDARDS AND "HASTE TYPE"	9445.1993(02!	03/11/93
CLARIFICATION OF PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES FOR VOLATILE ORGANIC ANALYSIS	9441.1992(19)	07/07/92
CLARIFICATION OF THE LDR PHASE II REGULATION THAT APPEASED IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER ON SEPTEMBER 19, 1994	9551.1995(011	02/10/9S
CLARIFICATION ON ANALYTICAL QUANTITATION USING GC/MS METHODS	9445.1993(03!	04/08/93
CLARIFICATION ON MATRIX SPIKES FOR METHOD 8310 '	9445.1992(02)	12/22/92
CLARIFICATION ON THE LEVEL OF SULFIDE FOR DETERMINING IF A WASTE IS HAZARDOUS UNDER THE REACTIVITY CHARACTERISTIC	9443.1993(07)	11/08/93
CLARIFICATION ON WHETHER OR NOT A LABORATORY MUST USE THE "SW-846 'A' ORGANIC METHODS" WHICH WERE RECENTLY PROMULGATED	9433.1994(01!	10/12/94
CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC AS IT APPLIES TO SOLIDS	9443.1992(01)	03/09/92
DEFINING IGNITABLE LIQUIDS METHOD	9442.1991(05)	03/27/91
DEFINITION OF HOLDING TIME	9445.1993(01)	01/21/93
DILUTION OF TEST SAMPLING	9442.1991(04)	03/25/91
HAZARDOUS HASTE TESTING ISSUES '	9443,1993(01)	01/18/93
HOLDING TIMES FOR GROUNDWATER	9441.1992(14)	06/03/92
INITIAL AND CONTINUING CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS IN METHOD 8240	9445.1993(07)	09/02/93
ION CHROMATOGRAPHIC PROCEDURE FOR TUB ANALYSIS OP HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM	9445.1993(05!	04/29/93
ISSUES CONCERNING THE COMPARISON OF SFE EXTRACTION RESULTS TO THOSE OBTAINED USING SONICATION (3550) RATHER THAN SOXHLET (3540, 3541) 9445.1994(02)	03/10/94
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT USED TO RUN THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC LEACHING PROCEDURE (TCLP)	9443,1986(10)	05/0S/86
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS REGULATION OF CYANIDES	9554.1991(01)	01/08/91
METHODOLOGIES EMPLOYED IN USED OIL SAMPLING	9442.1991(11!	07/09/91
METHODS 1310 AND 1330: EXTRACTION PROCEDURE AND EXTRACTION PROCEDURE FOR OIL* WASTE	9443.1987(14)	08/11/87
METHODS 8240 AND 8260 DIFFERENTIATION AND EQUIVALENCY	9442,1991(06!	05/09/91
RESPONSE TO REQUEST FOR A VARIANCE TO USE PALLADIUM FOR GRAPHITE FURNACE ANALYSIS IN SEVERAL SW-846 METALS METHODS	9445.1994(03!	03/10/94
REVISIONS TO THE TCLP	9443.1993(04!	04/02/93
SELECTION OF NON-USBPA APPROVED METHODS FOR SUBPART X PERMITS	9442,1990(03!	11/19/90
SW-846 FOR REQUIRED WASTE ANALYSIS PURSUANT TO 264.13 AND 265.13	9472.1985(01!	05/30/85
SW-846, THIRD EDITION, HOLDING TIMES FOR SEMIVOLATILES	9445.1987(06)	06/30/87
TCLP EXTRACTIONS APPLIED TO LIQUID HASTES, OILS AND SOLVENT-BASED PRODUCTS	9442.1991(14!	10/29/91
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE DEFINITION FOR THE CHARACTERISTIC OF IGNITABIL1TY AS IT PERTAINS TO SOLIDS VS. LIQUIDS	9443.1995(02!	08/24/95
USE OF FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIRS) FOR HEADSPACE GAS SAMPLING ANALYSIS AND CHARACTERIZATION	9441.1996(02!	03/21/96
USE OF PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST TO DETERMINE FREE LIQUIDS IN A WASTE	9445.1993 (04)	04/19/93
USE OF THE METHOD OF STANDARD EDITIONS	9443.1987(12!	06/23/87
VALIDITY OP METHOD 3060, HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM DIGESTION	9441.1992(05)	03/06/92
SWMUa
(See Correction Action under Solid Waste Management Unit)
SYSTEM REMOVAL EFFICIENCY (SRE!
(See Incineration)
XREP
XREF
/ /
/ /
TANK SYSTEM
(See also Generators, Secondary Containment)	XREF / /
•CHANGES DURING INTERIM STATUS - CORRECTION	9528.1988(05)	10/30/88
•CHANGES TO INTERIM STATUS TANK FACILITIES	9483.1988(16)	09/30/88
•GENERATOR CLOSURE/FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TANK SYSTEMS	9483.1989(01)	04/30/89
•INTEGRITY ASSESSMENT FOR TANKS AND POST-CLOSURE	9483.1989(04)	10/30/89
•MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNITS	9441.1989(54)	10/30/89
•POST-CLOSURE PLANS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS	9476.1988(03)	04/30/88
•SECONDARY CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS	9483.1989(07!	11/30/89
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT DEFINITION	9432.1988(05)	10/30/88
CLARIFICATION OF THE USE OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS TO CONTAIN HAZARDOUS WASTE SPILLS	9483.1993(01)	10/07/93
CONCRETE LINERS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEMS	94 83.1988(04)	03/16/88
CONTAINMENT AND DETECTION OP RELEASE FROM HAZARDOUS STORAGE TANK SYSTEMS	9483.1988(10)	06/03/88
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR REMOTE SECONDARY CONTAINMENT AREA FOR DIRECT OFFLOADING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE-DERIVED FUEL INTO A CEMENT KILN 9483.1988(02)	01/28/88
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR EXISTING HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEMS	9483.1989(03)	03/14/89

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SECONDARY CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION
STANDARDS FOR SECONDARY CONTAINMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEMS
TANK SYSTEMS SINCE CHANGES IN DEFINITION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, CLASSIFICATION OF
TANK TREATMENT SYSTEM OF METAL-RICH RINSEWATERS
Ancillary Equipment
CLARIFICATION OF THE REGULATORY STATUS OF A REFINERY DITCH SYSTEM
DRAINS AND TRENCHES ASSOCIATED WITH TANK SYSTEMS
HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK SYSTEM STANDARDS TO ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT AND EXEMPTED ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEMS
INDEPENDENT ENGINEER QUALIFICATIONS AND SCOPE OF THE TERM
LOADING/UNLOADING AREA IN THE DEFINITION OF TANK SYSTEM
OPERATED TO CONTAIN, DEFINITION
PRESSURIZED PIPING SYSTEMS WITH AUTOMATIC SHOT-OFF DEVICES
REGULATORY STATUS OF SHELL OIL'S NORCO, LOUISIANA FACILITY DITCH SYSTEM
SEALED BELLOW VALVES USED IN LIEU OF SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR GLOBE VALVES
SEALLESS VALVE DEFINITION
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR PIPING SYSTEMS
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR ABOVE GROUND WELDED FLANGES AND SEALLESS VALVES
TANK SYSTEMS APPLICABLE TO PRODUCTION TANKS DURING CLEANOUT, PROCESS TRANSFER EQUIPMENT, AND HOSE LINES
TANK TREATMENT PROCESSES
TANKS AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT DESIGN
TEMPORARY TANK SYSTEMS USED IN RESPONSE TO EMERGENCIES, REQUIREMENTS FOR
Empty
EMPTY CONTAINER RULE APPLIED TO TANKER OR VACUUM TRUCKS
EMPTY TANK CARS THAT CONTAINED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT
PESTICIDE DISPOSAL BY FARMERS AND CONTAINER MANAGEMENT
RESIDUES REMAINING IN EMPTY CONTAINERS, BURNING OF
TANK CARS AND DRUMS, DEFINITION OF EMPTY
UNRINSED CONTAINERS WHICH FORMERLY CONTAINED AN UNUSED FORMULATION OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL
9483.1988(10)
9483.1989(02!
9483.1988(031
9483.1990(01)
9432
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9432
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
.1994(02)
.1986(12)
.1988(01)
.1987(11)
.1988(07)
.1989(06)
.1987(141
.1994(01)
.1986(02)
.1987(18)
.1987(10)
.1987(17)
.1986(11)
.1990(02)
.1987(09)
.1987(04)
9441.1986(02)
9441.1985(41)
9457.1987(01)
9441.1986(04)
9441.1984(34!
9444.1986(03)
12/12/88
01/09/89
02/08/88
08/01/90
05/12/94
12/30/86
01/27/88
07/20/87
03/17/88
11/30/89
08/03/87
02/01/94
08/27/86
10/01/87
07/09/87
09/23/87
12/19/86
08/15/90
06/2S/87
04/20/87
01/07/86
12/12/85
03/25/87
01/07/86
11/28/84
02/12/86
Minimum Shell Thickness
HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT/STORAGE TANKS, PERMITTING
MINIMUM SHELL THICKNESS REQUIREMENT, WAIVER
TANK SHELL THICKNESS REQUIREMENT
Tanks
'APPLICABILITY OF SUBTITLE I
~CHANGES AT INTERIM STATUS TANK FACILITIES
~COKE AND COAL TAR RECYCLABLE MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS
•CONTINGENT CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE PLANS FOR TANKS
•GENERATOR ACCUMULATION AND SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK - LEAK DETECTION
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANK REGULATIONS
~HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
AGE DETERMINATION
EXISTING VS. NEW TANK
INSTALLATION/CERTIFICATION OF SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS AND GROUNDWATER MONITORING
•HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS/CONTAINERS - CAPACITY OF SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
~INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•LEAK DETECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•LEAK TESTING FOR EXISTING HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
~MOBILE WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS
•RECIRCULATING TANK, REGULATION OF
9483.1984(01)
9483.1983(05)
9483.1983(02)
9483
9528
9441
9483
9483
9483
9476
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
94 32
9483
1988(05)
1987(09)
1989(04)
1987(08)
1986(10)
1988(08)
1986(02)
1986(051
1987(07)
1986(07)
1988(12)
1988(09)
1988(13)
1986(04)
1988(14)
1987(061
1986(03)
1986(13)
1987(05)
1984(03)
02/23/84
12/14/83
04/20/83
03/30/88
08/30/87
02/28/89
05/30/87
11/30/86
05/30/88
09/30/86
08/30/86
05/30/87
10/30/86
06/30/88
05/30/88
06/30/88
08/30/86
06/30/88
05/30/87
08/30/86
12/30/86
06/30/87
11/30/84

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'RELEASES FROM 90-DAY ACCUMULATION TANKS
'SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
•SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR TANKS
~SECONDARY CONTAINMENT VARIANCES FOR TANKS
•TANK CLOSURE IN 1977 - RCRA APPLICABILITY TO
•TANK INTEGRITY ASSESSMENTS
•TANK REPLACEMENT
•TANK WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT DEFINITIONS
•TANKS HOLDING HAZARDOUS WASTE
•TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF USTs
•TREATMENT TANKS FOR LEACHATE OR LIQUID WASTES
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT/GENERATOR ACCUMULATION TANK
ACCUMULATION AND TREATMENT OF WASTES ON-SITE/PERJKIT REQUIREMENTS
CLOSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF STORAGE TANKS
CONTAMINATED GROUND WATER AND VOLAT1LES FROM AIR STRIPPING, TREATMENT OF
CONTAMINATED SOIL AND DEBRIS TREATED REPLACEMENT UNDER A TREATABILITY VARIANCE
EVAPORATOR USED TO REMOVE WATER FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE
HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT/STORAGE TANKS, PERMITTING
K03S LISTING AND INCLUSION OF SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OP CREOSOTE PRODUCTION WASTEWATERS
MINIMUM SHELL THICKNESS REQUIREMENT, WAIVER
ON-SITE TREATMENT EXEMPTION, RE INTERPRETATION OF
OPERATING DAY DEFINED FOR TANKS AND SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
PERMIT-EXEMPT STATUS OF SLUDGE DRYERS ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS
PETROLEUM REFINING WASTES AND EXEMPTIONS FOR WNTUs
RD4D PERMIT FOR A SLUDGE DRYING PROCESS IN A WASTEWATER SYSTEM
REGION V FUEL-BLENDING FACILITIES CONCERNS
REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TANKS
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT THAT IS PART OF A WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
SLUDGE DRYER ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT-EFFECT ON WWTU EXEMPTION
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR HASTE STREAMS - TANK RISK ANALYSIS
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNIT (SWMU) DETERMINATION
TANK AND SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT, DEFINITIONS
TANK CONVERSION FROM WASTE STORAGE TO FEEDSTOCK STORAGE - REGULATION
TANK INSPECTION PROCEDURES
TANK RULES APPLIED TO WWT UNITS AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
TANK SHELL THICKNESS REQUIREMENT
TANK SYSTEM DESIGN-SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
TANKS USED FOR EMERGENCY CONTAINMENT
THREE AND FOUR-SIDED, FLOORED STRUCTURES, REGULATORY CLASSIFICATION OF
TORPEDO PROPULSION UNITS SHIPPED FOR RECYCLING, REGULATION OF
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION AND ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS APPLICABILITY TO AN ASH TREATMENT FACILITY
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR WET-AIR OXIDATION UNIT (VERTECH)
TREATMENT IN ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS ALLOWED FOR ALL GENERATORS SUBJECT TO 262 .34
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN A GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN PIPELINES LEADING TO A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
USED OIL TANK CLASSIFICATION
WASTE STORAGE TANK ATTACHED TO FILTRATION UNIT
WOOD TREATMENT CYLINDER CREOSOTE SUMPS
9453
9483
9483
9483
9480
9483
9477
9432
9483
9483
9471
9483
94S3
9483
9441
9551
9432
9483
9444
9483
9453
9483
9503
9483
9503
9441
9521
9483
9522
9432
9441
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9483
9471
9432
9441
9432
9432
9432
9453
9453
9453
9453
9441
9483
9483
9502
1986(05)
1988(06)
1987(13)
1986(08)
1987(01)
1987(15)
1988(03)
1988(03)
1987(02)
1989(05)
1984(01)
1988 (15)
1986(01)
,1987(03)
.1986(86)
1990(05)
,1987(03)
1984(01)
1987(52)
1983(05)
1987(08)
1987(19)
.52-1A
1990(03)
,51-lA
1991(17)
1994(01)
1987(16)
1988(02)
1986(01)
1986(25)
1991(01)
1983(01)
1986(01)
1983(03)
1986(09)
1983(02)
1987(05)
1984(03)
1987(02)
1986(14)
1987(10)
OO-l
1986(06)
1986(07)
1991(02)
1986(08)
1987(02)
1986(62)
1986(06)
1983(04)
1986(15)
08/30/86
04/30/88
07/30/87
10/30/86
05/30/87
08/30/87
07/30/88
03/30/88
03/30/87
10/30/89
03/30/84
07/30/88
04/16/86
04/08/87
11/20/86
10/09/90
05/01/87
02/23/84
12/11/87
12/14/83
12/15/87
10/16/87
01/02/86
09/20/90
12/24/85
11/04/91
10/17/94
09/11/87
03/07/88
01/06/86
03/26/86
01/04/91
04/08/83
08/13/86
09/21/83
11/28/86
04/20/83
05/29/87
09/06/84
04/02/87
02/25/86
08/28/87
02/11/86
02/06/86
12/05/86
09/20/91
12/22/86
03/25/87
08/19/86
10/31/86
09/30/83
09/12/86
TANKS
(See Tank System)
XREF
/ /

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TAX
(See RCRA/CERCLA Interface)
TCLP (TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC LEACHING PROCEDURE)
(See Characteristic Hazardous Waste, Hazardous Haste Identification)
TEMPORARY EXCLUSION
(See Delisting)
TEST METHODS
(See also Analytic Methods, SW-846)
~SW-846 TEST METHOD 3060
ANALYTES TO LOOK FOR WHEN PERFORMING RCRA ANALYSIS
ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR PETROLEUM REFINING RESIDUES AND WASTES
ASTM D4982-89 (METHOD B) AS AN EQUIVALENT METHOD OF TESTING FOR IGNITABILITY
BLAST SLAG TESTING PROCEDURES
CALCULATION OF TCLP CONCENTRATIONS FROM TOTAL CONCENTRATIONS
CALIFORNIA AUTHORIZATION - EVALUATION OF THE WASTE EVALUATION TEST
CLARIFICATION OF PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES FOR VOLATILE ORGANIC ANALYSIS
CLARIFICATION ON ANALYTICAL QUANTITATION USING GC/MS METHODS
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF TREATED WASTES - USE OF SW-846 METHODS, WASTE IDENTIFICATION
CORROSIVITY CHARACTERISTIC AS IT APPLIES TO SOLIDS
DIOXIN STANDARD USED TO TEST GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY COLUMNS, HANDLING OF
ELECTROPLATING SLUDGE, EXCLUSION PETITION
HAZARDOUS WASTE TESTING ISSUES
HOLDING TIMES FOR GROUNDWATER
ION CHROMATOGRAPHIC PROCEDURE FOR THE ANALYSIS OF HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM
ISSUES CONCERNING THE COMPARISON OF SFE EXTRACTION RESULTS TO THOSE OBTAINED USING SONICATION (3550) RATHER THAN SOXHLET(3540,35411
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TESTING AND RECORD KEEPING REQUIREMENTS
LIQUID, FREE LIQUID, RBLEASABLE LIQUID DEFINITIONS
RCRA METHODS AND QA ACTIVITIES (NOTES)
RCRA METHODS AND QUALITY ASSURANCE ACTIVITIES (NOTES)
RCRA METHODS AND QUALITY ASSURANCE ACTIVITIES (NOTES)
RESPONSE TO REQUEST FOR A VARIANCE TO USE PALLADIUM FOR GRAPHITE FURNACE ANALYSIS IN SEVERAL SW-846 METALS METHODS
SOXTEC EXTRACTION SYSTEM VS. SOXHLET EXTRACTION SYSTEM FOR PREPARATION OF PCB SAMPLES
SULFIDE REACTIVITY CHARACTERISTIC
TESTING REQUIREMENTS AND SOLIDIFICATION ISSUES UNDER LAND DISPOSAL REQUIREMENTS
USE OF PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST TO DETERMINE FREE LIQUIDS IN A WASTE
VALIDITY OF METHOD 3060, HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM DIGESTION
Equivalency
DETERMINATION ON THE LEGALITY AND APPROPRIATENESS OF USING INCINERATION FOR TOO P078 WASTE STREAMS
Procedure
APPLICABILITY OF THE PAINT FILTER LIQUIDS TEST TO SORB1NTS
CLARIFICATION OF THE CHARACTERISTIC OF IGNITABILITY AS IT PERTAINS TO SOLIDS VS. LIQUIDS
EXTRACTION PROCEDURE TOXICITY TEST
FLUFF ANALYSIS/SAMPLES
INAPPROPRIATE USE OF METHOD 1311 (TCLP) AS AN ALTERNATIVE EXTRACTION PROCEDURE
MULTIPLE EXTRACTION PROCEDURE, METHOD 1320
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE DEFINITION FOR THE CHARACTERISTIC OF IGNITABILITY AS IT PERTAINS TO SOLIDS VS. LIQUIDS
XREF
XREF
XREF
9443
9442
9445
9443
9442
9445
9442
9441
9445
9445
9443
9441
9433
9443
9441
9445
9445
9551
9432
9445
9445
9445
9445
9443
9443
9551
9445
9441
.198?120)
.1989(03)
.1984(03)
.1992(04)
.1989(09)
.1992(01)
.1988(03)
.1992(19)
.1993(03)
.1987(03a)
.1992(01)
.1985(0?)
.1984(05)
.1993(01)
.1992(14)
.1993(05)
.1994(02)
.1988(03)
.1989(04)
.1985(02)
.1984(01)
.1984(05)
.1994(03)
.1988(06)
.1985(04)
.1988(01)
.1993(04)
.1992(05)
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
09/30/87
04/20/89
05/25/84
08/26/92
11/03/89
09/21/92
05/02/88
07/07/92
04/08/93
11/17/87
03/09/92
02/13/85
12/11/84
01/18/93
06/03/92
04/29/93
03/10/94
05/13/88
07/20/89
04/23/85
04/23/84
12/20/84
03/10/94
05/31/88
07/16/85
05/05/88
04/19/93
03/06/92
9554.1994(05) 07/26/94
9443.1993(06)
9443.1995103)
9443.1981(01)
9442.1989(02)
9445.1993(09)
9442.1988(06)
9443.1995(02)
10/12/93
09/19/95
06/17/81
01/25/89
12/07/93
10/19/88
08/24/95

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THERMAL TREATMENT
(See Subpart X) (See also Incineration)
REGULATORY STATUS OF SPENT FOUNDRY SAND UNDER RCRA
XREP
9441.1995(10)
/ /
03/08/95
TOT
(See Hazardous Watte Identification) *	XREF	/ /
TOLUENE
(See Listed Hazardous Waste)	XREF	/ /
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT UNITS
(See Exclusions, Treatment)	XREF	/ /
TOXICITY
(See Hazardous Waste Identification)	XREF	/ /
TRANSFER FACILITIES
(See Transporters!	XREP	/ /
TRANSPORTATION
(See Transporters)	XREF	/ /
TRANSPORTERS
(See also Generators)	XREF	/ /
~100-1000 Kg/MONTH GENERATORS	9451,1987(04)	08/30/87
•DOMESTIC SEWAGE EXCLUSION	9461.1987(04) 07/30/87
•EXPORT OF RECYCLABLE MATERIALS	9456.1986(01) 10/30/86
•GENERATOR STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO TRANSPORTERS	9461.1989(02)	04/30/69
•MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS FOR IMPORTED HAZARDOUS WASTE	9462.1995(01) 01/31/95
•MANIFESTING REQUIREMENTS	9462.1987(02) 10/30/87
•SIGNING THE MANIFEST AS AN AGENT WHEN IMPORTING HAZARDOUS WASTE	9462.1995(02)	03/31/95
CONTAINERS STORING HAZARDOUS WASTE, REQUIREMENTS	9482.1986(01)	01/21/86
DO VESSELS TRANSPORTING A RCRA REGULATED HAZARDOUS WASTE REQUIRE AN EPA ID NUMBER FOR TRANSPORT BETWEEN THE U.S. AND BELGIUM?	9455.1995(01) 02/17/95
DOT'S ROLE IN THE TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE	9463.1980(01) 06/18/80
EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTES UTILIZED FOR PRECIOUS METALS RECLAMATION	9455.1991(01) 02/05/91
LABELING OF STEEL DRUMS NEED NOT INCLUDE PREVIOUS CONTENTS	9453.1987(07)	11/17/87
MIXED WASTE REGULATION - RCRA REQUIREMENTS VS. NRC REQUIREMENTS	9451,1989(02) 06/26/89
SATELLITE ACCUMULATION	9453.1989(07) 07/13/89
Transfer Facilities
•ACCUMULATION TIME FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE IMPORTERS
•EXPORT REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSPORTATION THROUGH TRANSIT COUNTRIES
•MULTIPLE GENERATOR LOCATION AND CONSOLIDATION
•TRANSFER FACILITY AS CENTRAL COLLECTION POINT
CLARIFICATION OF REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
FEDERAL POLICY ON SEVERAL ISSUES RELATED TO THE USE OF THE HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST BY HAZARDOUS WASTE TRANSPORTERS
GENERATION OF AIDS TO NAVIGATION (ATON BATTERIES)
HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLERS
REGULATION OF FUEL BLENDING AND RELATED TREATMENT AND STORAGE ACTIVITIES
9456,1992(01)	08/31/92
9455,1995(02)	03/31/95
9441.1987(32)	04/30/87
9461.1991(01)	11/01/91
9498,1994(13)	12/05/94
9462.1996(01)	03/07/96
9461.1987(03)	07/30/87
9461.1988(01)	08/31/88
9521.1994(011	10/17/94

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REGULATION OP HAZARDOUS WASTE TRANSFER OPERATIONS

9461.1989(01)
STORAGE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AT TRANSFER FACILITIES AND THE AUTHORIZATION OF STATES REGULATING THIS
STORAGE
9461.1994(02!
TEN DAY REGULATION FOR TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

9461.1986(01)
TRANSFER FACILITY REGULATION INTERPRETATION

9461.1990(02)
TRANSPORTATION OF USED OIL TO LOCATIONS WHERE USED OIL CAN BE MIXED WITH CRUDE OIL

9592.1994(04)
TRANSPORTERS MOVING WASTE FROM LARGE CONTAINERS TO SMALLER CONTAINERS AT TRANSFER FACILITIES

9461.1989(04)
UNIFORM HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST COMPLETION INSTRUCTIONS

9452.1991(01)
USE OF MULTIPLE TRANSFER FACILITIES AS PART OF THE "NORMAL COURSE OF TRANSPORTATION"

9461.1994(01)
naportation


~EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

945S.1986(01)
•GENERATORS AND DESIGNATED TRANSPORTERS

9462.1996(02)
•MANIFEST REQUIREMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION OF SPENT SOLVENTS

9541.1985(07)
•MANIFESTING REQUIREMENTS AND EPA I.D. NUMBERS

9452.1989(01)
BATTERY RECYCLING MID EXPORT

9497.1987(01)
BULKING AND CONSOLIDATING SHIPMENTS OF COMPATIBLE WASTES WITH DIFFERENT HAZARDOUS CODES

9461.1985(01!
BULKING OR CONTAINERIZING COMPATIBLE HAZARDOUS WASTES FOR TRANSPORTATION

9432.1990(02)
CONSOLIDATION OF SHIPMENTS AND MIXING OF HAZARDOUS HASTE BY TRANSPORTERS

9461.1983(01)
CONTAINERS FOR SAFE AND ECONOMICAL STORAGE, TRANSPORT, AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, DEVELOPMENT OF
9482.1985(01)
DESIGNATED FACILITY UNDER THE TREATABILITY STUDY EXCLUSION

9432.1991(01)
DOT'S ROLE IN THE TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

9463.1980(01)
EXPORTATION OF MUNICIPAL WASTE TO CENTRAL AMERICA

9573.1990(01)
EXPORTERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TO MEXICO, RESPONSIBILITIES OF

9455.1987(02)
HAZARDOUS WASTE MARKING REQUIREMENT APPLIED TO STATE REGULATED WASTE

9453.1984(01)
HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLERS

9461.1988(01)
HAZARDOUS WASTES THAT ARE RECYCLED, HANDLING

9441.1986(76)
INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT OF LAB SAMPLES

9441.1989(20)
LDR RULES REGARDING ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT STANDARDS FOR LAB PACKS

9554.1990(13)
MANAGEMENT OF WASTES PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION INTO SEWER

9441.1986(73)
MARKETING OR BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL, NOTIFICATION OF

9494.1986(01)
MOBILE RECYCLING UNIT FOR REPROCESSING WASTE SOLVENTS

9441.1986(30!
PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

9432.1986(08)
PROCESS WASTE DELISTED BY THE STATE DESIGNATES THE WASTE TON-HAZARDOUS WITHIN THE STATE

9541.1986(04)
RAW MATERIAL TRANSPORT VESSEL EXCLUSION FOR ALL WASTES GENERATED ON SUCH VESSELS

9441.1986(65)
RCRA STORAGE FACILITY REQUIREMENTS, OFF-LOADING FROM TANK TRUCKS

9488.1988(01)
RECYCLING OF MOLDING AND CASTING SANDS

9441.1986(01)
REGULATION AND PERMITTING OF LABORATORIES

9441.1988(39)
RESPONSE TO A REQUEST FOR MODIFICATION OF 40 CFR PART 262 REGARDING TRANSPORTATION OF RECYCLABLE
HAZARDOUS WASTES
9462.1994(01)
TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF SHOCK SENSITIVE OR EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS

9527.1992(01)
TRANSPORTATION REGULATIONS

9461.1990(01)
TRUCK OR RAIL SHIPMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TO A POTW

9441.1986(88)
UNIFORM MANIFEST FORM, USE OF CONTINUATION SHEET

9452.1987(02!
WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES AT DOD FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTATION

9494.1986(02)
TREATABILITY STUDY
(See RCRA/CERCLA InterfaceI
TREATED WASTE
(See Treatment)
TREATMENT
~CONDITIONS FOR EXCLUSION OP PORTABLE TREATMENT UNITS
•SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS RECEIVING HAZARDOUS WASTE
XREF
XREF
XREF
9471.1984(02)
9441.1983(01)
01/03/89
08/17/94
04/10/86
10/30/90
06/09/94
07/20/89
07/26/91
06/21/94
09/30/86
03/31/96
05/30/8S
12/30/89
02/12/87
09/19/85
03/01/90
01/30/83
11/26/85
09/27/91
06/18/80
02/16/90
06/15/87
05/18/84
08/31/88
10/08/86
04/27/89
11/20/90
09/25/86
02/09/86
04/16/86
04/30/86
03/03/86
09/03/86
12/09/88
01/06/86
08/30/88
11/09/94
11/03/92
06/07/90
11/30/86
04/30/87
03/19/86
/ /
/ /
/ /
03/30/84
02/01/83

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•TREATMENT - TOO PARTS TO DEFINITION
•TREATMENT CAPACITY
•TREATMENT IN A GENERATOR'S 90-DAY CONTAINMENT BUILDING
•TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS HASTE
ACCUMULATION AND TREATMENT OF HASTES ON-SITE/PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
AEROSOL CANS, ON-SITE DEPRESSURIZATION OF
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A HYDRO-MIST UNIT USED IN THE TREATMENT OF WASTEWATER AT DRY-CLEANING FACILITIES
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA USED OIL REGULATIONS TO USED OIL CONTAINED IN DISCARDED HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
BULKING AND CONSOLIDATING SHIPMENTS OP COMPATIBLE HASTES HITH DIFFERENT HAZARDOUS CODES
CAPACITY VARIANCES AND UNDERGROUND INJECTION
CEMENT KILN DUST WASTE
CHEMICAL AGENT/MUNITIONS SYSTEM (CADMS) IS NOT TOTALLY ENCLOSED AND SUGGESTED RDtD PERMIT
CLARIFICATION OF STATUS OF TREATMENT ASSOCIATED HITH FUEL BLENDING ACTIVITIES
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF TREATED HASTES - USE OF SW-846 METHODS, HASTE IDENTIFICATION
CONTAMINATED GROUND HATER AND VOLATILES FROM AIR STRIPPING, TREATMENT OF
DECANN1NG AND CRUSHING OPERATIONS
DELISTING RESIDUE FROM TREATMENT OF LISTED HASTES
DETERMINATION ON THE LEGALITY AND APPROPRIATENESS OF USING INCINERATION FOR THO P078 HASTE STREAMS
DIOXIN TRIAL BURNS FOR PURPOSES OF CERTIFICATION OR A RCRA PERMIT
BLECTRIC ARC FURNACE DUST AFTER ENCAPSULATION TREATMENT PROCESS
EPA'S DETERMINATION ON WHETHER MACROENCAPSULATION PROCESS ADDRESSES THE REQUIREMENTS OP 40 CFR SECTION 268.45, TABLE 1
EVAPORATOR USED TO REMOVE WATER FROM HAZARDOUS HASTE
FOUNDRY SANDS RECYCLED MID RETURNED TO THE FOUNDRY
GRAY IRON FOUNDRY HASTE DISPOSAL
GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATED WITH HAZARDOUS HASTE LEACHATE
HAZARDOUS HASTE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES, APPLICATION OF
HAZARDOUS WASTEWATERS USED AS QUENCHWATER IN CEMENT PRODUCTION
LDR DETERMINATION OF HASTE STREAM DILUTION
LEAD-BEARING WASTES TREATMENT STANDARDS
MIXTURES OF LISTED AND CHARACTERISTIC WASTES
ON-SITE TREATMENT BY GENERATORS UNDER 262.34
ON-SITE TREATMENT EXEMPTION, RE INTERPRETATION OF
PCB DECHLORINATION TREATMENT PROCESS
PERMITTING OF TREATMENT ACTIVITIES IN A GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS OR CONTAINERS
PERMITTING OF TREATMENT ACTIVITIES OCCURRING IN A GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS OR CONTAINERS
PETROLEUM REFINERY WW, MIXTURE AND DERIVED-FROM RULES
RECYCLING PETROLEUM REFINERY OILY WASTES
REFRACTOR* WASTES AT U.S. EPA COMBUSTION RESEARCH FACILITY
REGULATORY STATUS OF ABSORBENT MATERIAL WHEN MIXED WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE PRIOR TO INCINERATION
REJECT SUBSTRATES CONTAINING VENADIUM PENTOXIDE REGULATION UNDER RCRA
RESIDUE FROM SPENT SOLVENT RECLAMATION CONSIDERED HAZARDOUS
RESIDUES GENERATED FROM THE TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, I D. NUMBERS FOR
SOURCE REDUCTION
SPENT IRON SPONGE REGULATION AND TREATMENT
STABILIZED HASTE PICKLE LIQUOR FROM STEEL/IRON INDUSTRY
SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE BRANCH PERMITTING COMMENTS
TANK TREATMENT PROCESSES
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION APPLICABILITY TO A BAGHOUSB SYSTEM
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT FACILITY, REGULATORY CLARIFICATION OF
TREATING WASTES IN GENERATORS ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS
TREATMENT AS DEFINED IN 40 CFR 260.10 SUBPART B
TREATMENT IN ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS ALLOWED FOR ALL GENERATORS SUBJECT TO 262.34
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM LARGE QUANTITY GENERATORS
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN A GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS AND CONTAINERS
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN GENERATOR'S ACCUMULATION TANKS
TREATMENT RESIDUALS OF CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE AS A LISTED HAZARDOUS HASTE
9444
9525
9451
9432
9453
9432
9431
9592
9461
9489
9441
9432
9494
9445
9441
9432
9441
9554
9488
9444
9554
9432
9441
9486
9441
9486
9489
9551
9554
9441
9453
9453
9441
9453
9453
9441
9441
9444
9441
9444
9441
9441
9454
9443
9441
9523
9483
9432
9432
9432
9453
9432
9453
9453
9453
9453
9441
1990(01)
1986(07)
1992(01)
1987(11)
.1986(01)
1988(04)
1994(01!
1994(06)
1985(01)
1990(01)
1988(36)
1985(07)
1992(01)
1987(03a)
1986(86)
1984 103)
1981(05)
,1994(05)
00-1A
1986(33)
1995(02)
.1987(03)
1987(13)
1981(01)
1986(83)
1985(01)
1991(01)
1990(06)
1990(06)
1987(68)
1987(03)
.1987(08)
.1988 (47)
.1986(04)
.1986(03)
1985(29)
.1993(03)
1988(05)
.1992(29)
1986(17)
1984(03)
1986(051
1987(01)
.1986(02)
.1990(16)
00-17
1990(02)
1986(15)
,00-1
1983(01)
,1992(01)
,1984(05)
.1986(07)
.1991(02)
1986(08)
1987(02)
1988(44)
01/30/90
12/30/86
08/31/92
09/30/87
04/16/86
09/30/88
06/02/94
07/11/94
09/19/85
08/30/90
07/29/88
11/19/85
11/27/92
11/17/87
11/20/86
04/26/84
04/14/81
07/26/94
05/07/86
12/29/86
09/19/95
05/01/87
03/04/87
06/18/81
11/13/86
03/27/85
02/15/91
10/14/90
06/25/90
08/19/87
07/01/87
12/15/87
11/07/88
07/25/86
06/17/86
08/23/85
03/05/93
03/11/88
09/04/92
09/04/86
02/16/84
01/16/86
07/21/87
01/17/86
06/19/90
09/02/88
08/15/90
12/22/86
02/11/86
02/18/83
07/21/92
11/26/84
12/05/86
09/20/91
12/22/86
03/2S/87
10/27/08

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USE OF ON-SITE PRECIPITATION PROCESS AS AN ACCEPTABLE PRETREATOENT STEP ADJUNCT TO MERCURY RETORTING
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM, SOLVENT RECOVERY STILL BOTTOMS IN
Biological Treatment
PERFORMANCE AND SAFE APPLICABILITY OF COLD-MIX TECHNOLOGIES AND BIOREMEDIATION FOR PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED SITES
TC ROLE HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION
Chemical Stabilization
BULK LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTE SOLIDIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
DRAFT SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS PLAN FOR NH PLATING COMPANY
LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS REGULATION OF CYANIDES
LIQUIDS FOR WIND DISPERSAL CONTROL AT HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS, USE OF
ON-SITE TREATMENT OF MANHOLE SEDIMENT WHICH MAY EXCEED THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC FOR LEAD
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
Definition
BEVILL AMENDMENT APPLIED TO COAL GASIFICATION FACILITY
CLARIFICATION OF TREATMENT, AS DEFINED AT 4 0 CFR SECTION 260.10, AS IT RELATES TO HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL BLENDING ACTIVITIES
COMPACTING HAZARDOUS WASTE INSIDE STEEL DRUMS AS TREATMENT
PROCESSING LEAD ABATEMENT DEBRIS TO MEET HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLER'S SPECIFICATIONS IS NOT "TREATMENT" AS DEFINED IN 40 CFR 260.10
REGULATORY INTERPRETATIONS UNDER RCRA CONCERNING CERTAIN FUEL BLENDING SCENARIOS
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN PIPELINES LEADING TO A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
Drum Shredding Unit
DRUM SHREDDER REGULATION
Primary Treatment
SECONDARY SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF REFINERY WASTEWATERS
Secondary Treatment
PERMIT-EXEMPT STATUS OF SLUDGE DRYERS ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS
RDStD PERMIT FOR A SLUDGE DRYING PROCESS IN A WASTEWATER SYSTEM
SECONDARY SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF REFINERY WASTEWATERS
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT AS A WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT
SLUDGE DRYER ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT-EFFECT ON WWTU EXEMPTION
Solidification
ACCUMULATION AND TREATMENT OF WASTES ON-SITE/PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
BULK LIQUID HAZARDOUS WASTE SOLIDIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
BULK LIQUIDS AND DRAIN/LEACHING FIELDS
DECHARACTERIZATION AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTES THAT HAVE UNDERGONE CHEMICAL SOLIDIFICATION
PC8-CONTAMINATED WASTES, STABILIZATION OF
TESTING REQUIREMENTS AND SOLIDIFICATION ISSUES UNDER LAND DISPOSAL REQUIREMENTS
Totally Enclosed Treatment Units
ARMY CHEMICAL/MUNITIONS SYSTEM, REGULATORY STATUS OF
DETERMINATION OF THE APPLICABILITY OF A TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT CTET) EXEMPTION
Treated Waste
~TREATMENT WITHOUT A PERMIT - MIXING WASTE
REGION V FUEL-BLENDING FACILITIES CONCERNS
REGULATION OF OILY HAZARDOUS PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTE
TANK TREATMENT SYSTEM OF METAL-RICH RINSEWATERS
TREATMENT STANDARDS
(See Land Disposal Restrictions)
9554.1993(01)
9441.1985(43)
9502.1996(03)
9441.1991(121
9487.1987(01)
9433.1990(06)
9554.1991(01)
9487.00-1A
9553.1994(01)
9523.00-14
9441.1987(76)
9432.1995(02)
9503.1991(01)
9432.1994(03)
9498.1994(12)
9441.1986(62)
9441.1988(28)
9441.1985(08)
9503.52-1A
9S03.51-1A
9441.1985(08)
9432.1987(08)
9432.1986(01)
9453.1986(01)
9487.1987(01)
9487.1986(09)
9493.1985(OS)
9487.1988(01)
9551.1988(01)
9527.1985(01)
9432.1988(06!
9441.1986(45a)
9441.1991(17)
9493.1991(01)
9483.1990(01)
XREF
06/03/93
12/17/85
04/24/96
07/31/91
01/20/87
11/27/90
01/08/91
04/21/86
06/23/94
03/14/86
09/15/87
10/12/95
05/21/91
10/07/94
11/08/94
08/19/86
06/24/88
02/22/85
01/02/86
12/24/85
02/22/85
08/03/87
01/06/86
04/16/86
01/20/87
06/12/86
12/13/85
02/03/88
05/05/88
11/19/85
02/02/88
05/31/86
11/04/91
01/08/91
08/01/90
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TREATMENT STORAGE AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES (TSDFs)
(See also Interim Statua Process, Permit Process, Storage, Treatment, Land Disposal Facilities)
•FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON THE 40 CFR PART 264/265, SUBPART CC AIR EMISSION STANDARDS
•LOCATION OF OPERATING RECORDS AT TREATMENT, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES
•PRETREATMENT OF CHARACTERISTIC WASTES SUBJECT TO LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
•TRUCK TRANSPORT OF WASTEWATER FOR PURPOSES OP SECTION 261.3(a) (2) (iv) (A)
CLARIFICATION OF "DEFINITION OF FACILITY" AND PART A MAPPING REQUIREMENTS
EXCLUSIONS FOR PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS IN RCRA TSDF INSURANCE POLICIES, GUIDANCE ON
GENERATOR WITH RESPECT TO REGULATION OF OPERATIONAL WASTES FROM SHIPS, DEFINITION
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED WASTES TO SURFACE MATERS, MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO
LOCATION STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS HASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES
XREF
9480,
9475.
9551.
9441.
9523.
9477.
9432.
9441.
9472.
1996(02)
1995(02)
1990(03)
1991(13)
1993(01)
00-6
1986(05)
1986(07!
1991(01)
/ /
02/29/96
10/31/95
09/30/90
07/01/91
10/07/93
11/23/87
02/05/85
01/23/86
10/01/91
Active/Inactive Facilities
CLARIFICATION OF "ACTIVE MANAGEMENT" IN CLOSING HASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES (SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS)
CORRECTIVE ACTION/PERMIT ISSUES - U.S. ARM* - ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
DOD'S IRP PROGRAM AND RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION
FACILITY TRANSFER/RECONSTRUCTION DURING INTERIM STATUS
MIXED HASTE REGULATION - RCRA REQUIREMENTS VS. NRC REQUIREMENTS
PERMIT ISSUES REGARDING ON-SITE TREATMENT BY FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATION
RCRA CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURES AND AUTHORITIES
RISK RETENTION GROUPS AND FINANCIAL ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
SATELLITE ACCUMULATION AREA AND REGULATIONS
SWMU CORRECTIVE ACTION RIA FACILITY DATA BASE
9484
9502
9502
9477
9451
9522
9502
9477
9453
3502
.1994(01)
.1986(09)
1986(171
1986(01)
.1989(02)
.1985(05)
.1986(02)
00-5
.1987(01)
.1987(08)
04/06/94
05/08/86
09/29/86
01/03/86
06/26/89
12/13/85
01/31/86
11/23/87
02/22/87
08/11/87
TRIAL BURN
(See Incineration)
XREF
/ /
TSDFs
(See Treatment Storage and Disposal Facilities)
XREF
/ /
U-WASTES
(See Listed Hazardous Haste)
XREF
/ /
UNDERGROUND INJECTION
(See also Land Disposal Restrictions, Corrective Action, Disposal)
•CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR UIC HELLS
•CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR UIC WELLS
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS TO CERCLA RESPONSE ACTIONS
BULK LIQUIDS AND DRAIN/LEACHING FIELDS
CAPACITY VARIANCES AND UNDERGROUND INJECTION
CLASSIFICATION OF INFILTRATION GALLERIES
DIOXIN-CONTAINING WASTE RINSEATES, DISPOSAL BY DEEP WELL INJECTION
LAND DISPOSAL OP HAZARDOUS WASTES - USE OF NUCLEAR TEST SITES
PERFORMANCE AND PERMITTING STANDARDS IN 3004 (b!, PROHIBITION OF PLACEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN SALT DOMES
REINJECTION OF GROUNDWATER DURING AUTHORIZED CLEANUP ACTIVITIES
THE EFFECT OF AN UPCOMING RULE ON NONHAZARDOUS UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL HELLS AND ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR WET-AIR OXIDATION UNIT(VERTECH)
UIC CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION
XREF
9502.
9527.
9553.
9487.
9489.
9502.
9444.
9480.
9489.
9522.
9554.
9432.
9502,
1986(07)
1986(02)
1989(02)
1986(09)
1990(01)
1992(01)
1985(14)
1984(01)
1985(01)
1993 (01)
1994(02)
1986(06)
00-3
/ /
04/30/86
04/30/86
11/13/89
06/12/86
08/30/90
02/04/92
09/10/85
06/12/84
09/20/85
03/04/93
01/05/94
02/06/86
08/04/86


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UNIVERSAL WASTES
•LEAD-ACID BATTERIES AND UNIVERSAL WASTE
DETERMINATION ON WHETHER A GENERATOR'S FLUORESCENT TUBES ARE NONHAZARDOUS
Notification
DOES THE UNIVERSAL WASTE FINAL RULE SUBJECT CERTAIN WASTE TYPES TO SUBSTANTIVE HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS
UNIVERSITIES
(See Generators) (See also EPA I.D. Number)
UNSATURATED ZONE
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
UNUSED MATERIALS
(See Reclamation)
USE-CONSTITUTING DISPOSAL
XREF
9593.1995(01)
9441.1995(23)
/ /
12/31/95
06/22/95
(See Recycle)
USED OIL
(See also Burning and Blending, Hazardous Waste Fuels, Petroleum Refinery Wastes)
•BURNING/BLENDING OF UNUSED COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT (XYLENE) WITH USED OIL
•ENERGY RECOVERY ON-SITE CONSTITUTES REUSE FOR THE GENERATOR PROCESSING EXEMPTION
•MIXTURES OF USED OIL AND CHARACTERISTIC HAZARDOUS WASTE
•OFF-SPECIFICATION USED OIL FUEL
•RECYCLED USED OIL - TECHNICAL CRITERIA FOR LISTING, COURT DECISION
•USED OIL AS DUST SUPPRESSANT
•USED OIL FOR DUST SUPPRESSION/ROAD TREATMENT
•USED OIL MARKETER
•USED OIL STORAGE TANK BOTTOMS: HAZARDOUS WASTE OR USED OIL WHEN BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY?
•USED OIL USED FOR DUST SUPPRESSION OR ROAD TREATMENT
•USED OIL, DEFINITION OF
ATOMIZER MULTI-OIL FUELED HEATERS, INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION CRITERIA FOR
AUTOMOTIVE FLUIDS, REGULATION OF
AUTOMOTIVE FLUIDS, STATUS OP
BOILERS USED IN GREENHOUSE OPERATIONS ARE INDUSTRIAL BOILERS
BURNING OF USED OIL
CLARIFICATION OF LANGUAGE IN THE PREAMBLE TO THE FINAL RULE ON USED OIL
DECISION NOT TO REQUIRE NOTIFICATION FROM GENERATORS WHO BURN SPECIFICATION USED OIL ON-SITE
DEFINITION OF SIGNIFICANT CONCENTRATIONS OF HALOGENATED HAZARDOUS CONSTITUENTS AS CONTAINED IN USED OIL
HSWA PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
HYDRAULIC DEVICES CONTAMINATED WITH OIL DURING QUALITY CONTROL TESTING
LUBRICATING OIL CONTAMINATED WITH TCDD THROUGH USE AS AN ANALYTICAL STANDARD
METHODOLOGIES EMPLOYED IN USED OIL SAMPLING
MIXED WASTE REGULATION - RCRA REQUIREMENTS VS. NRC REQUIREMENTS
PROPOSED PERMIT-BY-RULE FOR USED OIL RECYCLERS
REGULATION OF OILY HAZARDOUS PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTE
REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE MIXING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE SOLVENTS AND USED OIL
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF LIQUIDS AND ABSORBENT MATERIALS CONTAINING LIQUIDS
TC RULE DELAY OF IMPOSITION ON OIL FILTERS
9593.1996(01) 04/17/96
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
XREF
9442
9495
9443
9454
9433
9493
9441
9592
9592
9441
9431
9495
9441
9495
9432
9495
9592
9495
9592
9493
9495
9444
9442
9451
9495
94 93
9441
9551
9441
.1985(01)
.1994(01)
.1993(02)
.1986(02)
.1988(02)
.1985(06)
.1990(08)
.1988(01)
.1994(11)
¦1990(09b)
.1988(01)
.1988(02)
.1987(14)
.1987(04)
.1986(03!
.1989(02)
.1992(01)
.1987(05)
.1996(01)
.00-1A
.1986(20)
.1987(48)
.1991(11)
.1989(02)
.1986(30!
.1991(01)
.1992(38)
.1993(04)
.1991(15)
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /
12/30/85
05/31/94
02/28/93
02/28/86
11/30/88
12/30/85
03/30/90
02/25/88
09/30/94
03/31/90
01/30/88
09/22/88
03/06/87
03/06/87
01/09/86
10/17/89
07/08/92
03/26/87
02/08/96
05/31/86
08/22/86
10/23/87
07/09/91
06/26/89
11/24/86
01/08/91
11/05/92
11/17/93
09/25/91

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TC RULE RELATIONSHIP TO USED OIL FILTER DISPOSAL
TWO WASTE OIL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES REGULATORY STATUS
USE OF USED OIL AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
USED OIL AMD IDENTIFICATION OF LISTED HAZARDOUS HASTE
USED OIL AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT
USED OIL CONTAMINATION THROUGH NORMAL USE OR MIXING WITH HAZARDOUS WASTES - RECYCLING DEFINED
USED OIL DEFINITION APPLICABILITY TO OPEN-GEAR LUBRICANT
USED OIL DEFINITION TO OPEN-GEAR LUBRICANT "GEARITE"
USED OIL DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
USED OIL FILTERS - REGULATION
USED OIL FILTERS, REGULATORY DETERMINATION
USED OIL FOR INDUSTRIAL BURNERS
USED OIL INTRODUCED INTO REFINERY PROCESS UNDER HAZARDOUS WASTE DERIVED REFINERY FUEL PRODUCTS EXEMPTION
USED OIL TANK CLASSIFICATION
9451
9495
9592
9495
9592
9441
9441
9441
9495
9441
9442
9495
9441
9483
1991(03)
1991(01)
1996(02)
1990(01)
1996(03)
1964 (30)
,1990(33)
,1990(27)
,1987(06)
.1990(30)
,1990(05)
.1986(22)
,1986(11)
.1986(06)
04/16/91
06/05/91
02/15/96
06/13/90
02/26/96
10/22/84
11/30/90
11/30/90
04/17/87
10/30/90
10/30/90
09/15/86
02/11/86
10/31/86
Do-ie-Yourselfera (DIYERs)
BURNING USED OIL IN SPACE HEATERS, INDUSTRIAL FURNACES, AND BOILERS
CLARIFICATION OF HOW PROVISIONS IN CERCLA APPLY TO "SERVICE STATION DEALERS" THAT HANDLE USED OIL
CLARIFICATION OF USED OIL RULES AS THEY APPLY TO DO-IT-YOURSELF OIL CHANGERS
CLARIFICATION REGARDING THE "REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION" PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS
INTERPRETATION OF THE REGULATORY EXEMPTION FOR BURNING USED OIL IN SPACE HEATERS
USED CRANKCASE OIL DISPOSED OF BY DO-IT-YOURSELFERS
Kiel
•HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL
•HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL BROKERS
'HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL IN INCINERATORS
•HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL MARKETERS
•USE CONSTITUTING DISPOSAL, RESIDUES FROM FIRE TRAINING EXERCISES
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS AND STORAGE STANDARDS FOR MARKETERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
BEVILL AMENDMENT APPLIED TO COAL GASIFICATION FACILITY
BOILERS AND INCINERATORS, DISTINCTION BETWEEN/INTEGRAL DESIGN STANDARD
BURNING CHARACTERISTIC OFF-SPECIFICATION PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
BURNING COMPRESSOR OIL WITH AMMONIA IN SPACE HEATERS
BURNING OF OFF-SPEC USED OIL
BURNING OF USED OIL IN THE MARINE INDUSTRY AND USED OIL GENERATOR NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
BURNING OFF-SPECIFICATION USED OIL FUEL IN GREENHOUSES
BURNING USED OIL AND THE LEAD SPECIFICATION
BURNING USED OIL GENERATED BY PRIVATE BOAT OWNERS ON-SITE
BURNING USED OIL IN SPACE HEATERS, INDUSTRIAL FURNACES, AND BOILERS
BY-PRODUCT CRUDE OIL TANK BOTTOMS
COAL TAR DECANTER SLUDGE WASTE PILE (TOLEDO COKE)
ENFORCEMENT POLICY ON HASTE BURNING FOR ENERGY RECOVERY
HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL CADENCE PRODUCT 312, REGULATION OF
HAZARDOUS WASTE HAS BEEN MIXED WITH USED OIL (lOOOppm total halogens) (REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION)
INTERIM STATUS QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS TO HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL STORAGE FACILITIES, APPLIED
LUBRICATING OIL AND JET FUELS USED TO PRODUCE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
MARKETING OR BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL, NOTIFICATION OF
MIXING HAZARDOUS HASTE WITH USED OIL (REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION)
NOTIFICATION BY BURNERS OF USED OIL WHO FIRST CLAIM THAT USED OIL MEETS SPECIFICATIONS
OFF-SPECIFICATION JET FUEL BURNED AS KEROSENE FUEL
RECYCLED GASOLINE/WATER AND FUEL OIL/WATER MIXTURES
REGULATORY STATUS OP COMBUSTION RESIDUALS GENERATED FROM CO-BURNING OF "SPECIFICATION" USED OIL FUEL AMD VIRGIN FUEL OIL
SPENT SOLVENT RECOVERY, WASTE MANAGEMENT TAX
SQG COMPLIANCE WITH TC RULE
USED OIL AND OIL BEARING HAZARDOUS WASTE-DERIVED REFINERY PRODUCTS
USED OIL CONTAMINATION THROUGH NORMAL USE OR MIXING WITH HAZARDOUS WASTES - RECYCLING DEFINED
9495.1986(03!
9592.1994(12)
9592.1994(03)
9592.1994(10)
9592.1995(02)
9441.1987(64)
9494
9454
9441
9453
9493
94 94
9441
9432
9441
9494
9494
9495
9495
949S
94 94
9495
9441
9441
9494
9494
9495
9528
9494
9494
94 95
94 95
9441
9441
9592
9441
9441
94 9S
9441
.1986(03)
.1986(01)
.1986(87)
.1985(04)
,1985(04)
.1986(05)
.1987(76)
.1986(02)
.1986(95)
.1991(03)
.1986(05a)
.1966(09)
.1986(05)
.1986(28)
.1991(04)
.1986(03!
.1986(37)
.1987(98!
.1986(06)
.1986(04)
.1966(08)
.1986(10)
.1985(01)
.1986(01)
.1986(04)
.1987(01)
.1986(19)
.1986(22)
.1993(03)
.1986(41)
.1990(26)
.1986(02)
.1984(30)
02/13/86
11/10/94
04/08/94
09/28/94
08/25/95
08/13/87
03/30/86
01/30/86
11/30/66
11/30/85
11/30/85
04/11/86
09/15/87
01/03/86
12/23/86
04/23/91
06/30/86
04/21/06
03/05/86
11/12/86
04/23/91
02/13/86
05/01/86
12/24/87
12/31/86
04/11/86
04/08/86
11/13/86
10/01/85
02/09/86
02/28/86
01/20/87
03/08/86
03/19/86
04/29/93
05/20/86
09/20/90
01/11/86
10/22/84

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USED OIL FIRED SPACE HEATERS	9495.1986<21)	09/15/86
USED OIL FUELS BURNED IN INCINERATORS	9495.1986(13)	06/27/86
USED OIL INTRODUCED INTO REFINERY PROCESS UNDER HAZARDOUS WASTE DERIVED REFINERY FUEL PRODUCTS EXEMPTION	9441.1986(11)	02/11/86
USED OIL, BURNING OF OFF-SPECIFICATION FUEL - DUMPING	9441.1986(40)	07/31/86
WASTi-AS-FUEL RULES AT DOD FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTATION	9494.1986(02)	03/19/86
WASTE-DERIVED FUELS BURNED IN CEMENT KILN, REGULATION OF	9494.1985(03)	10/11/85
Management Standards
•REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION FOR USED OIL	9592.1992(02)	12/31/92
APPLICABILITY OF PART 279 USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS TO THE OPERATION OF A VEHICLE FLEET SERVICING OPERATION	9592.1994(05)	06/10/94
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA USED OIL REGULATIONS TO USED OIL CONTAINED IN DISCARDED HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES	9592.1994 (06)	07/11/94
APPLICABILITY OP USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS TO ACTIVITIES INVOLVING SEPARATION OF USED OIL PROM SORBENT MATERIALS	9592.1994(09)	09/28/94
CLARIFICATION OF HOW PROVISIONS IN CERCLA APPLY TO "SERVICE STATION DEALERS" THAT HANDLE USED OIL	9592.1994(12)	11/10/94
CLARIFICATION OF RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS AS THEY APPLY TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT ACTIVITIES	9592.1994(02)	03/22/94
CLARIFICATION OF THE REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN TOE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS	9S92.1994 (08)	09/12/94
CLARIFICATION OF THE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS	9592.1993(06)	10/07/93
CLARIFICATION OF THE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS AS THEY PERTAIN TO IGNITABLE USED OIL	9592.1993(07)	10/13/93
CLARIFICATION OF THE USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS AMD HOW THEY APPLY TO USED OIL CONTAMINATED WITH HCFCs	9592.1993(02)	04/05/93
CLARIFICATION OF THE USED OIL REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO MIXTURES OF USED OIL AND CHARACTERISTIC WASTE	959Z. 1993 (05)	09/24/93
CLARIFICATION OF USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS PERTAINING TO USED OIL GENERATED AND MANAGED ON-SITE	9592.1993(04)	07/28/93
CLARIFICATION OF USED OIL REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO USED OIL BEING RECYCLED AND USED OIL BEING BURNED IN AN INDUSTRIAL BOILER	9494.1994 (02)	02/08/94
CLARIFICATION OF USED OIL RULES AS THEY APPLY TO DO-IT-YOURSELF OIL CHANGERS	9592.1994 (03)	04/08/94
CLARIFICATION REGARDING THE "REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION" PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS	9592.1994(10)	09/28/94
INTERPRETATION OF THE REGULATORY EXEMPTION FOR BURNING USED OIL IN SPACE HEATERS	9592.1995(02)	08/2S/9S
RECYCLED USED OIL PROCESSING STANDARDS AS THEY APPLY TO ON-SITE RECYCLING OF USED OIL RECOVERED FROM A WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM 9592.1993(08)	11/01/93
REGULATION OF SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS UNDER THE SEPTEMBER 10, 1992 RECYCLED USED OIL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS	9592.1994(07)	07/22/94
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF DISPOSABLE AND LAUNDERABLE INDUSTRIAL RAGS AND WIPERS	9441.1993(19)	09/27/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF AND PROPER DISPOSAL METHODS FOR HYDRAULIC FLUID FILTERS USED IN AIRCRAFTS	9444.1994(01)	01/12/94
REGULATORY STATUS OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS AND HEAT TRANSFER FLUIDS	9592.1993(01!	01/28/93
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED CUTTING OILS AND USED OIL COATED STEEL TURNINGS GENERATED DURING MACHINING OPERATIONS	9592.1993(09)	11/17/93
TRANSPORTATION OF USED OIL TO LOCATIONS WHERE USED OIL CM BE MIXED WITH CRUDE OIL	9592.1994(04)	06/09/94
USE OF ON-SPECIFICATION USED OIL FUEL AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR #2 FUEL OIL IN MANUFACTURING ANFO BLASTING AGENTS	9S92.1994 (01)	01/10/94
Marketer
•USED OIL MARKETER - DEFINITION	9495.1990(02)	08/30/90
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS AND STORAGE STANDARDS FOR MARKETERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE	9494.1986(05)	04/11/86
HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL CADENCE PRODUCT 312, REGULATION OF	9494.1986(04)	04/11/86
MARKETING OR BURNING HAZARDOUS WASTE FUEL, NOTIFICATION OF	94 94.1986(01)	02/09/86
USED OIL BURNED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY. INTERPRETATION OF SUBPART E	9495.1989(01)	05/15/89
WASTE-AS-FUEL RULES AT DOD FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTATION	9494.1986(02)	03/19/86
Processor Requirements
CLARIFICATION AS TO WHETHER DEWATERING IS A PROCESS THAT TRIGGERS EPA'S USED OIL PROCESSOR REQUIREMENTS	9592.1995(01)	08/10/95
Used Oil Filters
REGULATORY STATUS OF USED OIL FILTERS	9441.1992(35)	10/23/92
Waste Oil
REGULATOR* REQUIREMENTS PERTAINING TO TOE MANAGEMENT OF WASTE SOLVENTS AM) USED OIL	9441.1992(36)	10/28/92
USED OIL FILTERS
(See Used Oil)	XREF	/ /
VARIANCE
(See also Land Disposal Restrictions)	XREF	/ /

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•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS VARIANCES
•SECONDARY CONTAINMENT VARIANCES FOR TANKS
•SOLID WASTE VARIANCE FOR SPENT SOLVENT
~VARIANCE FROM A TREATMENT STANDARD
•VARIANCES TO BAN - EFFECTIVE DATES FOR SOLVENTS AND DIOXINS
BOILER VARIANCE FOR A WASTE HEAT RECOVERY BOILER NOT OF INTEGRAL DESIGN, DENIAL OF
CAPACITY VARIANCES AND UNDERGROUND INJECTION
CONOCO PART 8 PERMITS
CONTAMINATED SOIL AND DEBRIS TREATED REPLACEMENT UNDER A TREATABILITY VARIANCE
DETERMINATION WHETHER SECONDARY MATERIAL TRANSPORTED TO A CANADIAN COPPER SMELTER IS A SOLID WASTE
GROUNDWATER MONITORING VARIANCE REQUIREMENTS
K001, P093, AND U059 CONTAMINATED SOIL TREATMENT STANDARDS
NEUTRALIZATION SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, RETROFITTING VARIANCES
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE GEAR DISPOSAL
SECONDARY LEW) SMELTER VARIANCES
SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT (IS) RETROFITTING WAIVER REQUEST (OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL)
VARIANCES FROM CLASSIFICATION AS A SOLID WASTE UNDER 40 CFR 260.31(b) FOR SPENT CATALYSTS
WASTES GENERATED IN MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNIT NOT SUBJECT TO LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS UNTIL REMOVED
9551.
9483.
9433.
9433.
9551.
9433.
9489.
9553.
9551.
9441.
9481,
9554.
9484.
9441.
9444 ,
9484.
9433.
9441.
1986(19)
1986(08)
1985(03)
1986(24)
1986(22)
1987(01)
1990(01)
1990(01)
1990(05)
1995(24)
1985(03)
1990(09)
1986(04)
1990(15)
1988(14)
1987(07)
1994(02)
1987(53)
10/30/86
10/30/86
09/30/85
12/30/86
12/30/86
01/07/87
08/30/90
05/11/90
10/09/90
06/30/95
10/28/85
08/13/90
04/21/86
06/14/90
08/26/88
07/14/87
11/15/94
06/29/87
VMS MODEL
(See Groundwater Monitoring, Delisting)
VOLUNTARY CLEANUPS
XREF
/ /
(See Corrective Action)
XREF
/ /
WASTE ANALYSIS
(See also Analytic Methods, SW-846)
•PH TESTING OF SOLID/WATER MIXTURE
•WASTE ANALYSIS FOR SIMPLE STORAGE AT INTERIM STATUS FACILITIES
•WASTE ANALYSIS PLAN
ASTM STANDARDS IN THE RCRA PROGRAM
CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE ISSUES FOR INTERIM STATUS SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
GENERATOR USE OF TOTAL CONSTITUENT ANALYSIS IN LIEU OF THE IP OR TCLP TESTS
LABORATORY EVALUATION PROGRAM
LIQUID WASTE, DEFINITION OF
METHODS 1310 AND 1330: EXTRACTION PROCEDURE AND EXTRACTION PROCEDURE FOR OILY WASTE
RCRA TESTING TECHNIQUES
SW-846 FOR REQUIRED WASTE ANALYSIS PURSUANT TO 264.13 AND 265.13
SW-846, THIRD EDITION, HOLDING TIMES FOR SEMIVOLATILES
TCLP IN THE LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS PROGRAM AND HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM
TOTAL CONSTITUENT ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTICS OF WASTE SAMPLE
USB OF THE METHOD OF STANDARD EDITIONS
WASTE ANALYSIS REQUIREMENTS IN INCOMING WASTE SHIPMENTS - LOR
XREF
9443.
9472.
9472.
9445.
9476.
9451.
9472.
9432.
9443.
9445.
9472.
9445.
9443.
9443.
9443.
9551.
1983(03)
1983(01)
1985(02)
1987(05)
1987(08)
1986(03)
1986(02)
1981(01)
1987(14)
1987(03)
1985(01)
1987(061
1987(29)
1987(33)
1987(12)
1987(10)
/ /
02/28/83
07/30/83
03/31/85
12/21/87
12/17/87
04/28/86
01/29/86
06/28/81
08/11/87
10/20/87
05/30/85
06/30/87
11/18/87
12/31/87
06/23/87
06/12/87
WASTE BURNING
(See Incineration)
WASTE EXCHANGE PROGRAM
(See Waste Minimization)
XREF
XREF
/ /
/ /


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WASTE MINIMIZATION
(See also Generators, HSWA, Manifest)
•RCRA WASTE MINIMIZATION REQUIREMENTS
~HASTE MINIMIZATION
•HASTE MINIMIZATION AND RECYCLING ACTIVITIES THAT RESEMBLE CONVENTIONAL HASTE MANAGEMENT FRACTICE
•HASTE MINIMIZATION PROGRAM ACTIVITIES
•HASTE MINIMIZATION REQUIREMENTS
EFFECTS OF THE SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR ROLE ON VARIOUS GENERATOR HASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
IMPACT OF DRAFT HAZARDOUS HASTE MINIMIZATION AND COMBUSTION STRATEGY ON OHIO'S REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF AIR REGULATIONS
MANIFEST CERTIFICATION SIGNATURE BLOCK FOR EMPLOYEES SIGNING FOR GENERATING COMPANY
MODIFIED MANIFEST HASTE MINIMIZATION CERTIFICATION FOR SMALL QUANTITY GENERATORS
ON-SITE RECYCLING OF SPENT SOLVENTS BY GENERATORS
SLUDGE DRYER ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT-EFFECT ON WWTU EXEMPTION
SOURCE REDUCTION
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS
HASTE MINIMIZATION AND INCLUSION OF RECYCLING
HASTE MINIMIZATION CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
HASTE MINIMIZATION REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 3002(b) OF RCRA FOR HAZARDOUS HASTE DISPOSAL FACILITIES
HASTE MINIMIZATION: PERMIT CERTIFICATION AND JOINT PERMITTING
HASTE OIL
(See Used Oil) (See also Hazardous Haste Identification)
HASTE PILES
(See Land Disposal Facilities)
HASTE STREAM
•LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS - CORROSIVE WASTE
•TREATMENT CAPACITY
DERIVED FROM/MIXTURE RULE APPLICATION TO REFINER* WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
EPA'S INTERPRETATION OF THE EXEMPTION IN 40 CFR 261.3(a) (2) (lv) (F) . A NEW SECTION OF EPA'S REGULATIONS ON CARBAMATE LISTING RULE
IWERSION PLATING WASTEHATERS-BRONZE PLATING
LDR DETERMINATION OF WASTE STREAM DILUTION
METHANOL RECOVERY SYSTEM - CLARIFICATION OF WASTE STATUS
MIXTURES OF LISTED AND CHARACTERISTIC WASTES
OIL FIELD OPERATIONS, EXEMPTIONS FOR CERTAIN
SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR WASTE STREAMS - TANK RISK ANALYSIS
SOLVENT AND COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL PRODUCT WASTE STREAMS
XREF
9561
9451
9561
9431
9431
9451
9573
9452
9452
9441
9432
9454
9523
9452
9452
9561
9560
,1995tOl)
.1985(03)
.1994(02)
.1987(02)
.1987(01)
.1986(01)
.1994(01)
.1985(02)
.1986(02)
.1986(21)
.1986(01)
.1987(01)
.00-12
.1986(03)
.1988(01)
.1994(01)
.1985(01)
XREF
XREF
XREF
9551.
9525.
9441.
9441,
9442.
9551.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9444.
1987(19)
1986(07)
1987(70)
1995(25)
1988(05)
1990(06)
1987(46)
1987(68)
1989(27)
1986(25)
1989(03)
/ /
06/30/95
10/30/85
07/31/94
06/30/87
06/30/87
03/17/86
01/10/94
10/17/85
10/20/86
03/13/86
01/06/86
07/21/87
03/30/87
02/06/86
04/28/86
07/18/94
09/11/85
/ /
/ /
/ /
09/30/87
12/30/86
08/28/87
08/03/95
10/03/88
10/14/90
06/17/87
08/19/87
06/06/89
03/26/86
06/28/89
WASTE-AS-FUEL
(See Hazardous Haste Fuels)
HASTE-DERIVED FUEL
(See Hazardous Waste Fuels)
WASTEWATER
(See also Clean Water Act, Listed Hazardous Waste, Land Disposal Restrictions, Mixure Rule).
•BDAT FOR WASTEWATER
•MIXTURE RULE - DISCHARGES TO HASTEWATER
XREF
XREF
XREF
9432,1986(16)
9522.1987(02)
/ /
/ /
/ /
12/30/86
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ACLa PROPOSED BY ONION CARBIDE CORP., INSTITUTE, WV, COMMENTS ON	9481.1987(04)
ANTARCTICA WASTE DISPOSAL PRACTICES	9442.1989(04)
CARBON REGENERATION FACILITY, MIXTURE OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS HASTES (CALGON)	9441.1986(33)
DISCARDED WASTEWATER AT A CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY	9444.1991(05)
EXEMPTION FOR WASTEWATER DISCHARGES AND GENERATOR ACCUMULATION PROVISIONS	9441.1987(96)
HAZARDOUS WASTEWATERS USED AS QUENCHWATER IN CEMENT PRODUCTION	9489.1991(01)
LAND DISPOSAL OF SOLVENTS	94S3.1987(09)
REACTOR VESSEL WASHOUT CONTAINING TRACE AMOUNTS OF SOLVENT	9444.1987(49)
SAMPLING LOCATION IN A SEPARATOR - THICKENER TREATMENT TRAIN AND THE MIXTURE RULE	9433.1986(11)
SLUDGE DRYER ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT-EFFECT ON WWTO EXEMPTION	9432.1986(01)
SOLVENT LISTINGS, SCOPE OF	9444.1986(26)
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTESTREAMS FROM A PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURER	9441.1988(4 91
SOLVENT-CONTAMINATED WASTEWATER FROM FRAGRANCE MANUFACTURE	9442.1987(06)
TANK TREATMENT PROCESSES	9483.1990(02)
WASTES COVERED UNDER THE DIOXIN LISTING	9444.1986(23)
WASTES GENERATED IN A PROCESS USING METHYLENE CHLORIDE TO RECOVER ALKALOIDS FROM PLANT MATTER	9441.1986(52)
WASTEWATERS EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF F021 FOR PCP MANUFACTURE	9444.1987(39)
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM	9441.1986(28)
Discharge
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A HYDRO-MIST UNIT USED IN THE TREATMENT OF WASTEWATER AT DRY-CLEANING FACILITIES	9431.1994(01)
EPA'S INTERPRETATION OF THE EXEMPTION IN 40 CFR 261.3(a) (2) (iv) (F) , A NEW SECTION OF EPA'S REGULATIONS ON CARBAMATE LISTING RULE 9441.1995(255
INTERPRETATION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER DISCHARGE EXCLUSION FROM THE DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE	9441,1995(051
NPDES Facilities
~APPLICABILITY OF THE SECTION 261.4(a) (2) EXCLUSIONS	9441.1987(84)
*TRUCK TRANSPORT OF WASTEWATER FOR PURPOSES OF SECTION 261.3(a)(2)(iv)(A)	9441.1991(13)
EXEMPTION FROM PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR WASTE WATER TREATMENT UNITS	9522.1992(01)
LEAKS, SPILLS, AND ILLEGAL DISCHARGES OF LISTED WASTES TO SURFACE WATERS, MIXTURE RULE APPLIED TO	9441.1986(07)
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR ZERO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM	9471.1989(01)
RCRA REGULATORY INTERPRETATION ON BENZENE STRIPPERS AT WRC REFINERY	9489.1992(02)
TC RULE HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION	9441.1991(12)
06/19/87
04/26/89
04/23/86
11/26/91
12/10/87
02/15/91
12/10/87
10/26/87
04/24/86
01/06/86
11/07/86
12/06/88
10/26/87
08/15/90
10/21/86
07/02/86
09/02/87
04/07/86
06/02/94
08/03/95
02/17/95
10/31/87
07/01/91
01/16/92
01/23/86
03/20/89
08/27/92
07/31/91
POTW
EFFECTS OF THE SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR RULE ON VARIOUS GENERATOR WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
MANAGEMENT OF WASTES PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION INTO SEWER
MIXED RADIOACTIVE HOSPITAL WASTES AND THE DOMESTIC SEWAGE EXCLUSION
PROPER DISPOSAL OF OLD MEDICATIONS
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF DISPOSABLE AND LAUNDERABLE INDUSTRIAL RAGS AND WIPERS
TRUCK OR RAIL SHIPMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TO A POTW
WASTES GENERATED FROM EXTRACTION PROCESS
9451
9441
9441
9574
9441
9441
9442
1986(01)
.1986(73)
.1986(94)
.1990(01)
,1993(19)
.1986(88)
,1986(07)
03/17/86
09/25/86
12/19/86
11/28/90
09/27/93
11/30/86
07/02/86
Sewage Sludge
DOMESTIC SEWAGE SLUDGE EXCLUSION
REGULATORY STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF DISPOSABLE AND LAUNDERABLE INDUSTRIAL RAGS AND WIPERS
RESIDUALS GENERATED BY PROCESS FOR SEWAGE SLUDGE TREATMENT
Sludge
~API SEPARATOR WASTEWATER AND SLUDGE
~F019 LISTING APPLICABILITY TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES
~SLUDGES WHEN RECLAIMED, REGULATION OF
CLARIFICATION OF THE REGULATORY STATUS UNDER RCRA OF SILVER RECOVERY UNITS USED IN PHOTO PROCESSING
CLASSIFICATION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE FROM THE REVISED "ZINC-COBALT ALLOY PLATING ON CARBON STEEL"
F019 LISTING AND THE CONVERSION COATING PROCESS
INDUSTRIAL PLATING OPERATIONS. STATUS OF VARIOUS WASTES FROM
INTERPRETATION REGARDING THE REGULATORY STATUS OF SILVER RECOVERY UNITS UNDER RCRA REGULATIONS
OILY WASTEWATER TREATMENT PONDS, PERMITTING COVERAGE OF
PROCESS
9441.1990(02)
9441.1993(19)
9442.1988(01)
9444.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9441.
9444.
9441.
9441.
9502,
1984(06)
1989(53)
1986(59)
1995(26)
1994(20)
1987(22)
1988(50)
1994(28)
1984(01)
02/12/90
09/27/93
02/10/88
04/30/84
10/30/89
06/30/86
08/04/95
08/02/94
06/24/87
12/07/88
10/05/94
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REGULATORY STATUS OF NON-LISTED SLUDGE THAT IS BEING RECYCLED	9441.1994(17)
REGULATORY STATUS OP WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM ZIRCONIUM PHOSPHATING OF ALUMINUM CANS	9442.1989(01)
REINTERPRETATION OF THE F006 LISTING	9444.1986(19!
SUMMARY OF PERMIT ASSISTANCE TEAM (PAT) COMMENTS	9523.00-12
TOTALLY ENCLOSED TREATMENT EXEMPTION FOR SCRAP METAL RECYCLER	9432.00-1
ZINC OXIDE DUST RECLAIMED OR USED AS FERTILIZER	9441.1987(61)
Wastewater Treatment
•APPLICABILITY OF THE SECTION 261.4(a)(2) EXCLUSIONS	9441.1987(84)
•F019 LISTING APPLICABILITY TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES	9441.1989(53)
•FILTER PRESS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT, EXCLUSION FOR	9432.1984(04)
•MOBILE WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS	9432.1987(OS)
•STATUS OF KWTUa/EHUg AT GENERATOR SITES	9432.1995(01)
•TANK WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT DEFINITIONS	9432.1988(03)
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT DEFINITION	9432.1988(05)
~WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT/GENERATOR ACCUMULATION TANK	9483.1988(15)
•WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS: REGULATORY STATUS OF WASTE	9441.1992(18)
•ZERO DISCHARGE AT FACILITIES AND SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, RCRA EXCLUSION, CWA APPLIES	9441.1984(14)
APPLICABILITY OF RCRA REGULATIONS TO A HYDRO-MIST UNIT USED IN THE TREATMENT OF WASTEWATER AT DRY - CLEANING FACILITIES	9431.1994(01)
DERIVED FROM/MIXTURE RULE APPLICATION TO REFINERY WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS	9441.1987(70)
F019 LISTING AND THE CONVERSION COATING PROCESS	9444.1987(22)
FILTER PRESS PROPOSED AS PART OF CORRECTIVE ACTION - NOT EXCLUDED FROM PERMITTING	9433.1987(10)
INTERPRETATION OF THE MIXTURE RULE EXEMPTION AS IT RELATES TO SCRUBBER WATER FROM THE INCINERATION OF CERTAIN SOLVENTS	9441.1994 (16)
LDR DETERMINATION OF WASTE STREAM DILUTION	9551.1990(06)
MODIFICATIONS TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM UNDER EXCLUSION	9441.1991(01)
OIL/WATER EMULSIONS GENERATED BY PETROLEUM REFINERY WW SYSTEMS-K049 WASTE	9441.1984(35)
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR ZERO WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM	9471.1989(01)
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO ON-SITE TREATMENT AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT EXEMPTIONS	9522.1988(04)
PERMIT-EXEMPT STATUS OF SLUDGE DRYERS ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS	9503.52-1A
PESTICIDE RINSEATE TREATMENT/RECYCLING SYSTEM	9471.1988(04)
PETROLEUM REFINERY WW, MIXTURE AND DERIVED-FROM RULES	9441.1985(29)
PETROLEUM REFINING WASTES AND EXEMPTIONS FOR WWTUs	9483.1990(03)
RD&D PERMIT FOR A SLUDGE DRYING PROCESS IN A WASTEWATER SYSTEM	9503.S1-1A
REGULATORY INTERPRETATION REGARDING PHOTORESIST SOLIDS ("SKINS") GENERATED IN THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY	9443.1994(04)
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO TWO WASTE STREAMS THAT WOULD BE BILAYERED THROUGH PHASE SEPARATION AT A LICENSED TSDF	9441.1994(27)
REGULATORY STATUS OF A DISSOLVED AIR FLOATATION FLOAT STORAGE TANK USED TO FEED MATERIAL INTO A PETROLEUM COKER	9441.1993(21)
REGULATORY STATUS OP NON-LISTED SLUDGE THAT IS BEING RECYCLED	9441.1994(17)
REGULATORY STATUS OF SEPARATOR WATER AND EVAPORATOR UNITS AT DRY CLEANERS	9471.1993 (01)
REGULATORY STATUS OF SEPARATOR WATER AND THE USE OF SEPARATOR WATER EVAPORATORS AT DRY-CLEANING FACILITIES	9432.1993(02)
REGULATORY STATUS OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM ZIRCONIUM PHOSPHATING OF ALUMINUM CANS	9442.1989(01)
RESOLUTION OF RCRA ISSUES RELATING TO THE WOOD PRESERVING INDUSTRY	9451.1996(03)
SECONDARY SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF REFINERY WASTEWATERS	9441.1985(08)
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT	9527.1987(02)
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT AS A WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT	9432.1987(08)
SLUDGE DEHYDRATION EQUIPMENT THAT IS PART OF A WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY	9522.1988(02)
SLUDGE DRYER ADDED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT-EFFECT ON WWTU EXEMPTION	9432.1986(01)
TANK RULES APPLIED TO WWT UNITS AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS	9483.1986(09)
TORPEDO PROPULSION UNITS SHIPPED FOR RECYCLING. REGULATION OF	9441.1986 (14)
TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN PIPELINES LEADING TO A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT	9441.1986(62)
WASTE ACID AS WASTEWATER CONDITIONER AND AS INGREDIENT IN FERTILIZER	9441.1986(80)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND ELEMENTARY NEUTRALIZATION UNITS EXEMPTION	9471.1987(02!
WASTEWATER TREATMENT EFFLUENT FROM PROCESSES THAT GENERATE KOOl AND F006 WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE	9444.1984(10!
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE EXEMPTION FOR ANODIZING OF ALUMINUM	9441.1986(29)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES USING CREOSOTE AND/OR PENTACHLOROPHENOL	9444.1984 (04)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM, SOLVENT RECOVERY STILL BOTTOMS IN	9441.1985(43)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT EXEMPTION	9431.1989(02)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNIT EXEMPTION/DEFINITION	9432.1984(07)
06/10/94
01/01/89
09/25/86
03/30/87
02/11/86
08/12/87
10/31/87
10/30/89
05/30/84
06/30/87
02/28/95
03/30/88
10/30/88
07/30/88
06/30/92
05/30/84
06/02/94
08/28/87
06/24/87
06/12/87
06/10/94
10/14/90
01/03/91
12/07/84
03/20/89
11/02/88
01/02/86
10/27/88
08/23/85
09/20/90
12/24/85
07/12/94
10/04/94
11/01/93
06/10/94
06/02/93
10/22/93
01/01/89
05/01/96
02/22/85
08/03/87
08/03/87
03/07/88
01/06/86
11/28/86
02/25/86
08/19/86
10/20/86
12/21/87
07/25/84
04/09/86
04/26/84
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WASTEWATER TREATMENT UNITS ARE NOT DESIGNATED FACILITIES AND MAY MOT RECEIVE OFF-SITE HAZARDOUS WASTES
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
(See Wastewater)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE
(See Listed Hazardous Waste)
WELL CONSTRUCTION
(See Groundwater Monitoring)
WITHDRAWALS
(See Permit Application)
HOOD PRESERVING
(See Wood Treatment)
WOOD TREATMENT
(See also Listed Hazardous Waste)
Creosote
~RECLAIMED COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS: REGULATORY STATUS
CREOSOTE TREATED CROSS TIES, DISPOSAL OP, FIFRA INTERFACE
CREOSOTE TREATED CROSS-TIES DISPOSAL
K035 LISTING AND INCLUSION OF SLUDGES FROM BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF CREOSOTE PRODUCTION WASTEWATERS
RAILROAD TIES AS HAZARDOUS WASTES UNDER THE MIXTURE RULE, SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR
REGULATOR* STATUS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL WASTES
WOOD PRESERVING AND SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
WOOD TREATED WITH CREOSOTE, DISPOSAL OF
Hood Preserving
•RECLAIMED SPENT HOOD PRESERVATIVE EXCLUSION IN 261.4(a) (9)
•UNUSED FORMULATIONS CONTAINING SODIUM PENTACHLOROPHENATE ARE F027
~WOOD PRESERVING WASTES - ADMINISTRATIVE STAY
CCA TREATED WOOD WHEN DISPOSED
CLARIFICATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE LISTINGS PERTAINING TO WOOD PRESERVING OPERATIONS
CLARIFICATION OF REQUIREMENTS INVOLVING THE COUNTING OF WOOD PRESERVING WATERS FOR BIENNIAL REPORTING
CLOSURE ISSUES RELATED TO WOOD PRESERVING PLANTS
DIOXIN IN WASTES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES USING PENTACHLOROPHENOL
DRIPPAGE IN WOOD PRESERVING STORAGE YARDS
F027 LISTING - USED AND UNUSED FORMULATIONS IN WOOD PRESERVING
K001-LISTBD WASTES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES
PENTACHLOROPHENOL AS A WOOD PRESERVATIVE
REGULATORY STATUS OF RAINWATER IN WOOD PRESERVING PROCESS AREAS
REGULATORY STATUS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL WASTES
REGULATORY STATUS OF WOOD STICKERS USED FOR WOOD PRESERVING OPERATIONS
RESOLUTION OF RCRA ISSUES RELATING TO THE WOOD PRESERVING INDUSTRY
SUBTITLE C IMPERMEABLE CAP REQUIREMENT FOR ON-SITE CONTAINMENT OF WOOD PRESERVING WASTES
TREATMENT SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, REGULATOR* OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO WOOD PRESERVERS
WASTEWATER TREATMENT EFFLUENT FROM PROCESSES THAT GENERATE K001 AND F006 WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGE
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SLUDGES FROM WOOD PRESERVING PROCESSES USING CREOSOTE AND/OR PENTACHLOROPHENOL
9452.1987(01) 02/24/87
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9441
9441
9444
9441
9444
9441
9441
9441.
9444.
9489.
9441.
9444.
9452.
9476.
9444.
9489.
9444.
9445.
9444.
9441.
9444.
9442.
9451,
9554.
9484,
9444 ,
9444,
,1992(07)
1985(28)
1990(20)
1987(52)
1980(04)
1987(29)
1986(28)
1986(10)
1991(19)
1994(061
1991(03)
1991(11)
1992(08)
1996(01)
1984(04)
1985(02)
1991(02)
1987(10)
1985(05)
1988(15)
1994(03)
1987(29)
1994 (04.)
1996(03)
1990(15)
1987(12)
1984(10)
1984(04)
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11/30/92
07/16/85
07/03/90
12/11/87
11/17/80
06/19/87
04/07/86
02/11/86
12/01/91
08/31/94
06/01/91
06/28/91
12/11/92
06/04/96
08/07/84
03/04/85
05/31/91
04/09/87
01/18/85
08/29/88
02/18/94
06/19/87
04/08/94
05/01/96
09/26/90
11/25/87
07/25/84
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WOOD PRESERVING AMD SURFACE PROTECTION FACILITIES, CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES FROM
WOOD TREATED WITH CREOSOTE, DISPOSAL OF
WOOD TREATMENT CYLINDER CREOSOTE SUMPS
WOOD TREATMENT PLANT DRIP AREAS AS SWMUs, REGULATION OF
ZINC PLATING
(See Electroplating)
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9441,1986(28)
9441.1986(10)
9441.19B6(69)
9502.1985(02)
04/07/86
02/11/86
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rE3 2 !988	9432.1988(06)
OFFICE OF
SOCIO WASTE ANO EMERGENCY RESPONSE
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT; Totally Enclosed Treatment System Proposal
from TDJ Group, Inc.
FROM: Joseph S. Carra, Director^
Waste Management Divisio/
TO:	David A. Wagoner, Director
Waste Management Division
EPA Region VII
This is in response to your memorandum to Marcia Williams,
which has been referred to my division for a response. I have
reviewed your request for a determination of the applicability of
the totally enclosed treatment (TET) exemption as it applies to the
process proposed for generic marketing by TDJ Group, Inc. TDJ
Group has claimed confidential business information for the
description of their treatment system. You have requested
clarification on three issues:
1.	whether the TDJ Group's proposal meets the TET exemption;
2.	guidance on what parts of the treatment train would be
considered TET; and
3.	the location at which samples must be taken to demonstrate
the success of treatment.
The Agency defines a totally enclosed treatment system in CFR
§260.1 as a treatment system that:
1.	must be connected to an industrial process; and
2.	constructed and operated to prevent the release of
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In your memorandum, you stated that the TDJ Group's proposal
is similiar to the proposal received by Region V for the Grede
Foundry. The differences between the TDJ proposal and the Grede
Foundry are the location of treatment and the method of collecting
emissions dust from the cupola. In the TDJ proposal, treatment
occurs between the cupola and the baghouse,* while treatment occurs
after the baghouse at the Grede Foundry. In the TDJ proposal, the
flue dust from the cupola is connected to the treatment system via
ducts. In the Grede Foundry, the hood that collects the flue dust
was not connected to the cupola but to the baghouse. Because the
cupola was open to the environment, the Grede*s Foundry treatment
system would not qualify for the exemption. In the OSWER directive
#9432.00-1, the Agency clarified to Region V that the cupola is
part of an industrial production process and that the baghouse is
part of a waste treatment process. Therefore, treatment downstream
of a baghouse would not qualify for the TET exemption.
The Agency also responded to a letter received by Mr. Swed of
RMT, Inc., dated December 22, 1986, requesting guidance on the
application of the TET exemption to the treatment prior to the
disposal of baghouse dust. In this letter, the Agency restated
that cupolas are part of an industrial process while baghouses are
part of a treatment process. Any totally enclosed processing that
occurs in the ducts directly connecting the cupola to the baghouse
would not be treatment subject to the RCRA permitting
requirements. However, the baghouse and any treatment downstream
of the baghouse would not qualify because the baghouse is open to
the environment. This should answer your first and second
questions.
Your third question refers to the location at which samples
must be taken to demonstrate the success of treatment, because the
treatment system prior to the baghouse qualifies for the TET
exemption, the equipment is not subject to the RCRA permitting
process. The TDJ Group would have to show, through the design of
the treatment system, that the system is totally enclosed. That
is, there are no routine leakages of flue dust from the cupola
throughout the treatment system. No other sampling is necessary,
unless your office believes a sampling program is necessary to
assure that no releases occur.
Attached to your memorandum, you have included a detailed
description and drawing of the TDJ proposal. Based on our review
of the design of the system and our best engineering judgement, the
treatment system is totally enclosed because the flue dust from the
cupola is transferred through the treatment system via closed
ducts. Therefore, there appears to be no possibility of routine
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In summary, the treatment system prior to the baghouse would
qualify for the exemption, but the baghouse and treatment
downstream of the baghouse would not qualify for the exemption. In
order to determine the effectiveness of the treatment system
enclosure, the design of the system must show that the cupola and
the treatment train are sealed, thereby preventing routine releases
of constituents to the environment. Our review indicates that the
TDJ Group design appears to meet these requirements. If your staff
has any questions, they should contact Monica Chatmon of my staff
on FTS 475-7236.
cc: Marcia Williams
Waste Management Division Directors, Regions I-X

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
9432.1996(01)
OFFICE OF
SOCIO WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
APR I 2 1996
Mr. Randall A. Jones
Director, Regulatory Affairs
Molten Metal Technology
51 Sawyer Road
Waltham, MA 02154
Dear Mr. Jones:
This is in response to your July 21, 1995 letter to Stephen
Bergman of my staff regarding MMT's proposal to use industrial
hazardous and non-hazardous wastes as feedstock for your
Catalytic Extraction Processing (CEP) unit to produce a synthesis
gas. These wastes include but are not limited to RCRA-listed
hazardous wastes such as chlorinated organic compounds F024, KOI9
and KO20. In your letter, you seek OSW concurrence on the
following points:
•	"the CEP unit deployed in such an application is a
legitimate recycling unit that is not subject to RCRA
permitting requirements,
•	the secondary materials are 'used or reused' pursuant to 40
CFR §261.2 (e) (1) (I), and
•	- the CEP synthesis gas that meets established specifications
for material use is a legitimate commercial chemical product
with a variety of normal uses,, including use as a fuel."
During its analysis, my staff has not attempted to make a
determination as to its status as a legitimate recycling unit.
Such a determination is made by the appropriate RCRA authorized
state or EPA regional office. The CEP process, should it meet the
established criteria in the judgement of the appropriate
regulatory authority, would be considered a legitimate recycling
operation. We. are aware that the state of Texas recently
reviewed your proposal to use a CEP unit to produce syngas from
RCRA-listed hazardous waste at the Hoechst Celanese facility in
Bay City, Texas and found it -to be a legitimate recycling process
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subject to a number of conditions specific to the site. At the .
state's request, EPA provided input to Texas on the Agency's
direction on comparable fuels# as discussed below.
This letter responds only to general regulatory questions
regarding the CEP technology. Different regulations and site-
specific conditions in RCRA authorized states may dictate
different outcomes at different sites.
Application of the "Use/Reuse" Provision
As I stated earlier, it is the responsibility of EPA
regional offices or RCRA authorized states, using specific
criteria related to a particular site, to determine whether or
not a particular process is a legitimate recycling operation or
whether it is a form of waste, treatment. Once this determination
is made, the state or EPA region could then determine whether or
not the hazardous waste input meets the terms of the 40 CFR
§261.2(e)(1)(I) "use/reuse" exemption~
This "use/reuse" provision exempts from the definition of
solid waste materials that "can be shown to be recycled by being
used or reused as ingredients in an industrial process to make a
product, provided the materials are not being reclaimed... " This
exemption does not apply if the product is either placed on the
ground or burned for energy recovery. Therefore, as long as the
products of the process are not burned for energy recovery or
used in a manner constituting disposal (see "Status — When Used
to Make a Fuel" below) and assuming the process is determined to
be legitimate recycling, the materials used by the CEP unit to
make the gas would not be regulated as solid waste. In such a
case, the syngas would not be regulated as a hazardous waste-
derived product since the feedstock would no longer be regulated
as a solid waste. Should both legitimacy of recycling and
wuse/reuse" be established, the CEP unit itself would be.excluded
from RCRA jurisdiction.
As for the status of residuals of the synthesis gas
production process, those residuals that are not themselves
listed and do not fail one of the hazardous characteristics, as
described in 40 CFR Part 261 Subpart C, are not regulated as
hazardous waste, providing that the findings mentioned above are
made. However, listed or characteristic residuals would be
considered newly generated wastes subject to RCRA.
Status of the CEP When Used to Make a Fuel
The status of the feed materials changes when the output
from the CEP is burned as a fuel, since the use/reuse provision
does not apply when the hazardous waste feedstock is used to
produce a fuel. According to 40 CFR §261.2(e)(2)(ii), *materials
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in fuels.are solid wastes, even if the recycling involves use,
reuse, or return to the original process..."
Comparable Fuels
Our current regulations do not distinguish among hazardous
waste-derived fuels based upon how a particular fuel might
compare to a fuel that is not derived from hazardous waste. The
Office of Solid Waste has spent considerable time looking at this
is'sue. EPA recently proposed an exclusion for "comparable fuels"
that resemble fuels made from virgin materials. The Agency also
proposed an exclusion for synthesis gas. meeting stringent
specifications from the definition of solid waste (and therefore,
from regulation as hazardous waste). The Agency believes that
syngas meeting the stringent requirements of the proposed
exclusion are more appropriately classified and managed as
products than as wastes- Based on .the information you have
provided on MMT's proposed CEP unit, the syngas produced by this
unit should qualify for this exclusion.
We are persuaded that these changes will have a positive
impact on the development of new recycling technologies. Such
changes are a high priority in the context of our overall
reevaluation of hazardous waste regulations to remove
disincentives to environmentally sound recycling technologies
that produce products comparable to those manufactured using
virgin materials.
Thank you for your interest in hazardous waste recycling and
innovative technologies. If you have any further questions
regarding the regulation of solid and hazardous wastes, please .
don't hesitate to contact Stephen Bergman of my staff at (202)
260-5944. '	.	'
Sincerely,
4
Michael Shapiro ^Director
Office of Solid Waste

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9441.1989(23)
M# 31 1989
John R. Sins, Jr.
Sims, Walker 6 Steinfeld, P.C.
Suite 875
1275 K Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20005
Dear Mr. Sims:
This is in response to your letter of May 2, 1989, in which
ydu ask for a determination of the regulatory status of the
absorbent rags that have been used to wipe up the crude oil
resulting from the spill of crude oil from the Exxon tanker
Valdez. We cannot conclude that the rags are not a hazardous
waste from the information provided. We can advise you on the
process whereby you determine the status of your waste.
Furthermore, our Region X office in Seattle, Washington, may be
able to provide assistance in confirming your determination
should that be necessary.
As you mention in your letter, you discussed the contaminated
rags with Ms. Roth of this office via telephone on several
occasions. Ms. Roth referred you to the Code of Federal
Regulations (CFR) governing the determination and regulation of
hazardous waste, specifically, 40 CFR Part 261 - Identification
and Listing of Hazardous Waste. The crude oil contaminated rags
are not listed in 40 CFR Part 261, Subpart D, as a hazardous
waste; therefore, you must determine whether they meet any of the
characteristics of hazardous waste as presented in Part 261,
Subpart C. Ms. Roth indicated that the characteristic that the
rags would likely exhibit is that of ignitability as defined in
Section 261.21,* however, you must determine if the rags meet any
of the characteristics as defined in Part 261, Subpart C. If
they do not exhibit any of the characteristics, then the
absorbent rags would not be considered a hazardous waste tinder
federal regulation.
You also Indicate that you have discussed the regulatory
status of the rags with the appropriate authorities m each of
the three states involved in the transport of the contaminated
rags. If the waste is determined not to meet the definition of
hazardous waste according to the Federal regulations as described
above and is managed in accordance with all state regulations,
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If you wish to receive a written confirmation of yovir
determination from EPA, you should present your findings to the
Haste Management Division of EPA*s Region X office at 1200 6th
Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101. Mr. Gearheard, who is the
Haste Management Branch Chief, nay be reached at (206) 442-2782.
Mr. Gearheard will be able to assist you if necessary in making
your determination.
« * * ^
if you have any further questions regarding this letter,
please contact Emily Both of my staff at (£02). 382-477?. .
Matt Straus, Deputy Director
Character! z at ion & Assessment
Division
cc: Michael Gearheard, EPA Region x
Stan Hungerford, State of Alaska
Earl Tower, state of Washington
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February 1996
9441.1996(01)
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2. Conditionally Exempt Small
Quantity Generators Treating in
Elementary Neutralization Units
A conditionally exempt small quantity
generator (CESQG) may treat or dispose of
hazardous waste on site provided the
generator meets certain requirements outlined
in 40 CFR §§26L5(f}(3) and (g)(3). If a
CESQG chooses to treat waste in an on-site
elementary neutralization unit, must the
generator meet the conditions of §§261.5(f)(3)
and (g)(3)?	,
A CESQG may treat hazardous waste in
_ an on-site elementary neutralization unit
without meeting the requirements in
§§261.5(f)(3) and (g)(3). Elementary
neutralization units, as defined in §260.10, are
exempt from RCRA treatment, storage, and
disposal standards and permitting
requirements. The elementary neutralization
unit exclusion does not preclude a CESQG
from treating waste in the exempt unit as long
as the generator meets the criteria outlined in
§§264.1(g)(6), 265.1(c)(10), and .
§270.1(c)(2)(v). Specifically, the elementary
neutralization unit must meet the definition of
a container, tank, tank system, transport
vehicle, or'vessel; and be used for neutralizing
wastes that are hazardous only because of
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, O.C. 20460
9441.1996(02)
George E. Dials, Manager
Carlsbad Area Office
MAR 2 I
OPFtceop
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Department of Energy
P.O. Box 3090
Carlsbad, New Mexico 88221
Dear Mr. Dials:
This letter provides written response to a request by DOE in our September 19,1995 meeting to use
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIRS) for headspace gas sampling analysis, and follows up
verbal approval at the September meeting for DOE to use the FTIRS to characterize headspace samples.
Additionally, this letter notifies you that the FTIRS method has been accepted as a SW-846 draft method.
It is our position that the Carlsbad Area Office (CAO) has adequately demonstrated that FTIRS is
acceptable for the analysis of dram headspace VOCs. Our approval for use of FTIRS for the analysis of
drum headspace VOCs is contingent upon the CAO incorporating the requirements in the draft FTIRS
method and report (INEL-95/0332, September 19,1995), as presented and discussed at our September,
meeting, into the "Traasuranic Waste Characterization Quality Assurance Program Plan" (QAPP),
DOE/CAO-94-1010, Revision 0. These requirements include the use of multivariant techniques [e.g., partial
least squares (PLS)], use ofblanks, field reference standards, demonstration of cotxqriiance with appropriate
QAPP quality assurance objectives and participation in the CAO performance demonstration program as
specified in the QAPP. The QAPP must be revised and implemented at the DOE generator/storage sites prior
to using FTIRS few the analysis of drum headspace VOCs.
Mr. Bany Lesnik, EPA-OSW Organics Method Development Manager, has been working with
Dr. Michael Connolly, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory FTIRS principal investigator, to get this
method approved for incorporation into the EPA SW-846 methods manual The (baft KilR method and
INEL-95/0332 report have undergone extensive review by the OSW and has been approved as an EPA SW-
846 draft method. This draft method has been assigned an EPA SW-846 method number of 84S0, and will
be included in the next proposed update to EPA SW-846. Copies of the draft EPA Method 8450 will be sent
to the CAO when available.
If you have any questions or require additional infonnation, please contact Chris Rhyne of my staff
at (703) 308-8658.
Miehafel Shapiro, Director
Office pf Solid Waste
Sincerely Yours,
cc: David Neleigh, Region 6
Barry Lesnik, EMRAD
' Chris Rhyne
I	Shapiro, Director
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. O.C. 20460
MAY 3 0 1995
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
9441.1996(03)
Mr. William E. O'Brien
Manager of Business Operations
Carboplus, Incorporated
101 Federal Street, Suite 1900
Boston, Massachusetts 02110
Dear Mr. O'Brien:
Thank you for your letter of February 28, 1996, in which you
asked about the status of your mixed coal products. Based on
your conversation with Mr. Ron Josephson of my staff, you wanted
to know more specifically about mixing Manufactured Gas Plant
(MGP) wastes with coal and selling the mixed material to coke
ovens or power plants.
In 1993, the Agency reviewed a submission by the Edison
Electric Institute (EEI) in which a strategy was devised for
remediation of MGP sites (sent to you under separate cover).
Basically, MGP wastes, if characteristically hazardous according
to 40 CFR 261 Subpart C, may be mixed with coal or other material
(such as wood chips, corn cobs, etc.) on site in a tank,
container, or containment building within 90 days until the
characteristic•is removed. At that point, the mixed material may
be sent to a power plant or other facility that burns primarily
fossil fuels assuming it no longer is characteristically
hazardous as defined by 40 CFR 261 Subpart C. The residues from
combustion of fossil fuels are generally exempt from the
hazardous waste regulations under 40 CFR 261.4(b)(4). If,
instead, the mixed material is sent to a landfill, all the Land
Disposal Restrictions (LDR) standards must be met•notwithstanding
that the characteristic has been removed. The Agency determined
at the time that this strategy would help speed up the
remediation of MGP sites. This memo is still the Agency's policy
on the subject.
Please be aware that the Agency's Superfund program is
working on a presumptive remedy strategy" for MGP sites which will,
present to the public options for cleanup of these sites. You
should also contact the applicable state environmental agency to
determine if your technology is allowed under state law. Some
states provide stricter interpretations of Federal law, and you
may not be able to apply your technology to MGP sites in those
states. Please remember that if the coal or the mixture is mixed
with a- listed hazardous waste as defined by 40 CFR 261 Subpart D,
the entire mixture becomes hazardous waste subject to all
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Thank you for your inquiry. If you have any additional
questions on the MGP policy, please contact Ron Josephson at
(703)308-0442 or at josephson.ron@epamail.epa.gov. if you have
questions on fossil fuel combustion, please contact Mr. Van
Housman at {703)308-8419.
Sincerely,
C
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Office of Solid Waste
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101 Federal Street ~ Suite 1900 ~ Boston, Massachusetts 02110
Tel: (617) 342-7396 Fax:(617)342-7080 Mobile Phone: (617) 584-9157
February 28, 1996
Mr. Michael Shapiro
Office of Solid Waste
United Slates Eiivironinenial Protection Agency
Room 5301
401 M Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20460
Re: Determination of mixing technology
Dear Mr. Shapiro:
I received your name from Kristin Tensuan at the RICRA hotline who suggested that I write you.
We are attempting to receive a ruling or an opinion that our mixed coal products are not
hazardous wastes.
Carboplus, Inc. is marketing a technology for waste removal that has been successfully used in
Europe. In this process, coal is batched with burnable hazardous wastes to produce customized
fuels capable of being burned in industrial furnaces. We wish to use this technology to clean up
MGP and NPL sites.
We realize that it will be difficult to provide a global answer to this question as coal can be
mixed with many items. Nonetheless, we hope that you can provide us with a definition of coal
and a determination of how mixed coal products are classified.
In closing, I thank you for your assistance in this matter. Please call me under the number
provided above if you have any questions or comments.
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Very truly yours,
Manager of Business Operations
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460
9441.1996(04)
JUN II 1996
OFFICE Of .
SOUO WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Donald P. Gallo
Michael, Best & Friedrich
100 East Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202-4108
Dear Mr. Gallo:
Thank you for your letter dated October 20,1995, concerning the use of waste leather
trimmings in die manufacture of adsorbent materials. I apologize for the delay in responding to
your letter. In that letter you indicated that your client wished to use waste leather trimmings as
a raw material in the production of commercial adsorbent materials. Specifically, your client
was proposing to shred or grind waste leather trimmings to a certain particle size, package them,
and market these materials for use as adsorbents for spilled liquids in a,fashion similar to "oil
dry" or "floor dry" products. As I understand it, your letter requests clarification on the
regulatory status under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) of the leather
trimmings, both prior to processing into adsorbent products, and after being used to adsorb a
variety of materials.
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First, I will address the status under RCRA of the leather trimmings being collected and
processed into adsorbent products. Because the leather trimmings may exhibit the hazardous
characteristic for chromium, it is important to determine whether these materials would be
regulated as RCRA solid or hazardous waste in the recycling scenario you described. A
secondary material that is used/reused as an ingredient in an industrial process to make a product,
or is used/reused as a substitute for a commercial product, would not be defined as a solid waste
provided the secondary material is not reclaimed first 40 CFR 261,2(e)(lXi) and (ii). The EPA
would not view die shredding and grinding of the leather trimmings, in order to attain the
required particle size, as reclamation. However, a secondary material Is a solid waste if the
product being produced is burned as a fuel, used in a manner constituting disposal, or used to
produce products that are placed on the land. 40 CFR 261.2(e)(2). It is EPA's view that many
sorbents (including adsorbents) are used on the land, which is a typical use when cleaning up
spilled liquids on the ground; therefore, the leather trimmings would be defined as a solid waste.
The remainder of this letter presumes that the leather trimmings being used to make adsorbents
are defined as solid wastes.
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As you correctly pointed out in your letter, waste scrap leather from various leather
product manufacturing is defined as a solid waste that is exempt from hazardous waste
regulation, provided that the hazardous characteristic for chromium is the only factor defining
the waste as hazardous. 40 CFR 261.4(bX6)(iiXG)' Thus, even if leather trimmings are solid
waste because they will be used to produce products that are placed on the land, they would be
exempt from hazardous waste regulation. The product adsorbents would also be exempt from
hazardous waste regulation.
Below I have addressed your questions about the status of the adsorbents after they are
used to clean up spills of various hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. I agree with the
statement in your letter that when the adsorbent is used to adsorb listed hazardous waste, the
resultant adsorbent/waste mixture would be defined as listed hazardous waste, I also agree with
your statement that a RCRA waste determination must be made on mixtures of adsorbents with
characteristic hazardous wastes. However, you also stated in your letter that it is your
understanding that mixtures of exempt hazardous waste and non-hazardous waste are not
regulated as hazardous (where the mixture only exhibits the characteristic of the exempted
material). I do qq| agree tot this interpretation applies to wastes generated from mixtures of
adsorbents with spills of non-hazardous wastes; a waste determination would have to be made
on the resulting mixture regarding any and all RCRA characteristics, including, chromium. The
reason for this is that EPA originally exempted specific wastes from the leather tanning and
finishing industry based upon information submitted to EPA at that time. This information
allowed EPA to determine that these wastes 1) contained chromium exclusively or nearly
exclusively in the trivalent form, 2) were generated from an industrial process using 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.
It would be inappropriate to extend the exemption for leather tanning and finishing wastes to any
newly-generated wastes comprised of adsorbents (made from scrap leather) that are mixed with
any number of possible spilled materials.
For example, the use of these adsorbents on an acid spill would result in a waste that
might no longer meet the definition of corrosivity, if the sorbed acid no longer meets the
definition of a liquid or aqueous waste (see 40 CFR 261.22). In this example, the mixture might
only be hazardous due to the toxicity characteristic for chromium; and the mobility of chromium
under these conditions would certainly be a potential concern that was not contemplated in the
original information upon which the exemption in 261.4(bX6)(ii) was based. Therefore, the
identification of this newly-generated waste as characteristically hazardous for chromium would
be appropriate and would ensure the safe management of this material. Conversely, exempting
this mixture because the original leather trimmings were exempt, before being ground up and
mixed with an acid, does not seem like a logical extension of the original exemption (nor one the
Agency wants to encourage). Another example where the Agency would have a concern would
be wastes resulting from the use of these adsorbents on used oil (the example in your letter was
erankcase oil). If the resultant adsorbent/used oil mixture exhibited only the characteristic for
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adsorbent, the used oil (used oil can contain chromium), or some combination of both. There is
no environmental benefit to making this determination in any event, as the risks posed by the
adsorbed oil are the same regardless of the source of the chromium. Further, the Agency has a
lengthy record for mixtures of used oil and other wastes, including sorbents, that would only be
further complicated by the application of the waste scrap leather exemption. Therefore, the
exemption for the original waste scrap leather would not be appropriate for this mixture.
Finally, I would like to reiterate your statement that you will need to check with the
implementing agency of each state where the adsorbent would be marketed. Also, state
regulators are typically most familiar with the location and acceptance criteria of disposal
facilities within their states, as well as with any particular state regulations that may impact the
disposal requirements for these types of materials. If you have any questions on this
information, please contact Ross Elliott of my staff at (703) 308-8805. Thank you for your
interest in the recycling and safe management of solid and hazardous waste.
Sincerely yours.
Michael ishapiro.
Offier&f Solid?

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
JUN I 9 1386
9441.1996(05)
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Mr Norman H. Nosenchuck, Director
Division of Solid and Hazardous Materials
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
50 Wolf Road
Albany, NY 12233-7250
Dear Mr. Nosenchuck:
Thank you for your letter of May 7, 1996 concerning the jurisdictional status under the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) of certain metal-rich sludges. You inquired
whether the "use-reuse"exclusion of 40 CFR 261.2(e) (IX 0 would apply to wastewater
treatment sludges (F006) sent to primary smelters for copper extraction by manufacturers of
printed wire boards (if certain conditions were met). You also inquired whether EPA would
consider applying the "use-reuse" exclusion on a pilot basis, in accordance with a Project XL
proposal.
In response to your first question, it appears that the sludges in question are solid wastes
(and thus not eligible for the "use-reuse" exclusion) because reclamation is occurring. EPA has
stated that a material will not satisfy the use-reuse condition if distinct components of the
materials are recovered as separate end products, as when metals are recovered from metal-
containing secondary materials (see 40 CFR 261. l(cX5)C0)
However, based on die facts you have described, it is possible that the sludges are partially
reclaimed materials needing further reclamation. If so, they may be eligible for a variance from
the definition of solid waste for such materials under 40 CFR 260.30(c). This variance may be
granted by an authorized State and relies on several enumerated factors to be weighed by the
State.
In reply to your second question, if the company involved is interested in participating in
Project XL, we would carefully consider any application submitted. The "use-reuse" conditions
you mentioned in your letter (designed to demonstrate that the partially reclaimed material is
commodity-like and will be managed as a commodity) are highly relevant factors in deciding
whether to proceed with a Project XL.
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As you are aware, EPA has also undertaken two initiatives which will encourage
environmentally sound recycling. The first is a Common Sense Initiative (CSI) which relies on an
industry-by-industry rather than a pollutant-by-pollutant approach to environmental protection.
One of the six sectors included in the CSI is metal finishing. We are currently beginning a study
to gather and evaluate information about the recycling of F006, which we hope will lead to
recommendations on both recycling and pollution prevention.
In addition, the Agency is planning to modify the definition of solid waste to make it
simpler and clearer and to remove disincentives to environmentally sound recycling. The
proposed rule will occlude from RCRA jurisdiction those forms of recycling that resemble
manufacturing more than waste management. We also expect that those recyclable materials
which remain under RCRA jurisdiction would be subject to simpler management standards. The
proposed changes to the definition should be published in early 1997.
I hope this letter addresses your concerns. If you have any questions, please have your
staff contact Marilyn Goode at 703-308-8800.
Sincerely yours,
Michael
Michael Shapiro, Director
Office of Solid Waste

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
9442.1996(01)
MAR 25 1996
OFFICE OF
Patricia A. Tucker	souowasteAM)emergency
Gobe Enterprises	response
49 Essex Court
Meriden, CT 064S0
Dear Ms. Tucker:
This is in response to your- February 20, 1996 letter regarding the waste
characterization of the unused chemical "potassium hexacyanocobalt (II) -
ferrate (II)and of the spent material that results after use of that
chemical for the selective removal of Cs-134 and Cs-137. In particular, you
ask for the agency's, assessment of whether or not the spent material would be
considered a hazardous waste and hence a mixed waste (hazardous and '
radioactive}.
A solid waste is considered hazardous if it is either listed or fails
one of the four "characteristics" (40 CFR 261}, assuming it has not been
otherwise excluded from the definition of hazardous waste. Neither the unused
product nor the spent material you describe in you letter is a currently
listed hazardous waste and, based on the analysis provided, neither appear to
exhibit any of the characteristics of a hazardous waste (40 CFR 261.20) .
Based upon the Agency's assessment of the physical properties of the
hexacyanocobalt(II)-ferrate(II) ion-exchage media, it also appears unlikely
the media would exhibit the characteristics of a hazardous waste. Therefore,
the unused discarded potassium hexacyanocobalt (II)-ferrate (II) product or
spill residues thereof would not be RCRA hazardous waste.
However, if 40 CFR 261.24 toxicity characteristic constituents are
present in the wastes being treated, then there is some potential for the
spent ion-exchange media to become a hazardous mixed waste. In general, the
Agency would not expect spent hexacyanocobalt(II)-ferrate{II) ion-exchage
media to become characteristically hazardous due to contaminants adsorbed
during the treatment of Cs-134 and Cs-137 bearing waste streams. However,
this eventuality cannot be assessed fully without knowledge of the . .
characterization of the waste stream to be treated. It is the responsibility
of the waste generator to determine whether or not a waste is hazardous (40
CFR 262.11} by either testing the waste or by applying knowledge of the hazard
characteristic of the waste in light of the materials or the processes used,
and to dispose of the wastes in compliance with all applicable regulations.
If you have further questions concerning mixed waste, please contact
Nancy Hunt at (703) 308-8762. If you have questions regarding hazardous waste
characteristics, please contact John Austin at (202)260-4789.
sincerely yo
Michael H. Shapiro, Director
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PATRICIA A. TUCKER
G08E ENTERPRISES
49 ESSEX COURT
MER1DEN.CT 06450
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TEL-(203) 235 7&S6
FAX-(203) 23? 1655
February 20,1996
Mr. Michael Shapiro
M/C 5301
Office of Solid Waste
U.S.E.P.A.
401 M Street. SW
Washington, DC 20460
Dear Sir
Oil November 17,1995, my colleagues and I visited staff members in your office to discuss the
waste characterization of a chemical which we intend to import from Finland This chemical, Potassium
cobalt hexacyano ferrate, is a black granular media resembling ground charcoal. Its intended use, as
expressed in our low level exemption of our PMN, will be the selective removal of Cs-134 and Cs-137
from various liquid waste streams.
Our media has a strong affinity and enormous capacity for Cesium removal. The
decontamination factor (DF) is two orders of magnitude greater than any other media currently available.
Thcjesulting volume reduction of solid radioactive waste is equally huge by comparison. We have
recently demonstrated, for example, that Callaway Nuclear Plant in Fulton, MO would need to buiy 9 cu.
fl of our media instead of 375 cu. ft of the "next best" ion exchanger to remove cesium from the same
volume of water.
. The use of this chemical would be prevalent at nuclear plants and for U.S.D.O.E. cleanup efforts
at sites such as Hanford. When the media eventually becomes chemically exhausted, it must be buried in
a high integrity container (HIQ at an approved radioactive waste burial site suchas in Barnwell, SC.
Our concern has been the detrimental effect a hazardous waste characterization under RCRA
might cause. If characterized as hazardous, the resulting spent media would be a mixed waste (hazardous
and radioactive) and undisposable at current burial sites. Concerns expressed by potential clients has
made it obvious to ns that our media will not be accepted unless they are confident that we have worked
closely with your office to insure proper characterization. They must feel confident that they will be able
to dispose of the media when it is spent
Our media is not specifically listed under 40 CFR as hazardous, and it does not exhibit any
characteristics of hazardous materials as defined under 40 CFR 261 Subpart C. During our November
17th meeting, members of your staff woe particularly concerned with the possibility of free cyanide gas
liberating from the media under various pH conditions. It was agreed that an outside source would test for
cyanide liberation under conditions defined in EPA method 9010 (Revision 2, Sept 1994). I have
attached a copy of the report from the University of Helsinki verifying that no free cyanide gas is liberated
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correspondences, to date, as evidence that we have thoroughly explored the question of hazardous
classification.
Since our potential customers have expressed concerns about this product, we respectfully request
that your office verify our findings in the form of a letter. We would like you to state that based on the
evidence presented and on the current regulations, this media would not be considered hazardous in either
its unused (potassium) or spent (cesium) forms.
Thank you in advance for considering this request and a special thanks to your staff members
who have been quite helpful in our efforts to work with you. If you need any further documentation or if
you have any further questions, please dq not hesitate to call me at (203) 235-7838.
Sincerely,
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9445.1987(03a)
Suellen Pirages, Ph.D.
Director, Institute of Chemical
Waste Management
National Solid Hastes Management
Association
1730 Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.
Suite 1000
Washington, D.C. 20036
Dear Dr. Pirages:
Thank you for your letter of October 26, 1987, expressing
the Institute of Chemical Waste Management*s (ICWM) concerns on
various issues.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) shares your
concerns regarding the performance guideline of 50 psi
compressive strength for wastes subject to liquid absorption/
adsorption treatment. We intend to provide additional guidance
to the Regions and States in the near future. This guidance
vill emphasize that ve are not recommending that a specific
compressive strength be incorporated into permits. The guidance
vill, at a minimum, deemphasize the importance of a specific
level (such as 50 psi) and stress that the important criterion
is that following treatment, compressive strength must increase
over time.
Therefore, if an owner/operator shows an increase in
compressive strength over time, then it can be concluded that
the treatment process is indeed achieving stabilization/
solidification for that waste, and is not merely an
absorption/adsorption process.
You also raise the issue of the tendency on the part of
permit writers to allow facilities to use only SW-846 methods
when testing wastes. While the regulations do not require the
use of SW-846 methods, the permit writers may be requiring
facilities to use them because these methods have been evaluated
by EPA and found to be suitable for their intended purposes.
Before a permit writer can allow a facility to use a non-SW-846
method, he/she must be convinced that the method works, and
.would probably require that the applicant first submit data
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We are trying to include in Stf-846 the least costly methods
that can adequately answer the testing questions that facility
owners/operators need to answer. It is our aiat to continue to
expand the list of approved methods as expeditiously as
possible. To this end, EPA has been soliciting from industry,
and other members of the regulated community, suggestions on
methods to include in SW-846. 1 suggest that ICWM submit to EPA
any fingerprinting or other cost-effective testing methods that
have been evaluated by ICHM. Once EPA has reviewed the method
and its supporting data and determined that it is suitable for
RCRA use, EPA will add the method(s) to SW-846. Enclosed is a
copy of the Test Methods Equivalency Guidance Manual which
describes the information EPA requires and the procedures.
EPA is currently considering alternative systems to use in
coding hazardous wastes. Among the alternatives being evaluated
are systems that more accurately describe the type of waste
being characterized (e.g., incinerator ash, scrubber water,
etc.). The Agency is also considering a feature by which the
code would reflect the treatment requirements to which the waste
¦ust be subjected prior to disposal. This project is still in
its early, conceptual stage. Finally, as to the proper
characterization of mixture derived from wastes according to the
current system, EPA requests that all of the waste codes (from
which the new material is derived) be used.
If I can be of any further assistance, please let me know.
Sincerely,
J. Winston Porter
Assistant Administrator
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
9453.1987(01)
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OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Brent C. Bradford
Executive Secretary
Utah Solid and Hazardous Waste Committee
288 North 1460 West
P.O. Box 16690
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116-0690
Dear Mr. Bradford!
Robert Duprey, Director of the Waste Management Division
in Region VIII, forwarded your letter of January 8, 1987 to
this Office. This letter contains our response to the
questions you raised regarding issues relating to the Federal
regulations for satellite accumulation under 40 CFR 262.34(c).
1. What is the intent of the Federal regulation with respect
to the total amount (volume) of hazardous waste at eadh
satellite accumulation area?
A generator may accumulate as much as 55 gallons of
hazardous waste, or one quart of acutely hazardous waste, in
containers at or near any point of generation where the w'aste
initially accumulates and which is under the control of the
operator of the process. EPA believes that only one waste would
normally be accumulated at each satellite area, and that the
exempted accumulation should be limited to 55 gallons.
Although the total amount of hazardous waste that may be
accumulated at any one satellite area is limited to 55 gallons,
EPA intentionally did not limit the total number of satellite
areas at a generator's facility nor specify the size of the
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2.	Does the Federal regulation limit the number of containers
that can be placed at a satellite accumulation area?
The Federal regulations do not limit the number of containers
that can be placed at a satellite accumulation area; rather, the
regulations limit the total gallons accumulated to 55.
3.	As described in the Utah proposed interpretation, will Utah
be equivalent to the Federal regulations if the State allows
more than 55 gallons of hazardous waste to be accumulated in
more than one drum..., but require personnel training, preparedness
and prevention and contingency plans?
No, a "satellite accumulation area" is limited to a total
accumulation of 55 gallons, not 165 gallons as proposed.
4.	Is Utah's interpretation of "three days" to mean three "working"
days equivalent to EPA's intent?
5. Will Utah be equivalent to EPA if we require that the date
be placed on the full drum?
Yes, if a facility uses 55-gallon drums, then the date
excess accumulation began must be clearly marked on the drum.
I trust that the above discussion answers your questions and
concerns relating to the Federal satellite accumulation require-
ments. If not, Chet Oszman of my staff (202-382-4499) is willing
to provide clarification as needed.
Yes.
Sincerely,
Susan E. Bromm
Acting Director
Permits and State Programs Division
cc: Kent Gray, State of Utah
Robert Duprey, Region VIII
Patricia Brechlin, Region VIII
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REGION«
% «o999 18th STREET-SUITE 500
DENVER. COLORADO 0)202-2405
JAN 2 3 1987
Ref: 8HWM-WM
MEMORANDUM:
TO:	Bruce R. Meddle, Director
Permjts and S^ate Programs Division (WH-563)
FROM: ^ fcobert k^/Duprey, Director
/vo- Waste Management Division
SUBJECT: Satellite Accumulation in the State of Utah
The State of Utah has requested information from EPA Region VIII
concerning the interpretation of the regulations on Satellite Accumulation,
We are forwarding this request dated January 8, 1987, to you.
Please contact Ms. Patricia Brechlin of my staff at FTS 564-1507 if you
have any questions pertaining to this matter.
Enclosure
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Suzanne Dandoy, M.D., M.P.H.
Norman H. Bangerter
Governor
Eiecu&vr Director
January 8» 1987
538-6170
IS Mi m
Robert Duprey
EPA Region VIII
One Denver Place, Suite 1300
999 18th Street
Denver, Colorado 80202-2413
Dear Mr. Duprey:
The Utah Solid and Hazardous Waste Committee recently adopted regulations
on Satellite Accumulation. These Satellite Accumulation regulations were
adopted verbatim to the federal language. See 40 C.F.R. 262.34(c).
The ambiguity in both the January 3, 1983 and December 20, 1984 Federal
Register preambles and in the final rule make it very difficult to produce a
solid interpretation of these Satellite Accumulation regulations.
The Committee now is in the position of having regulations in-place that
are open to several interpretations and thus present problems with
enforceability.
To deal with this problem, Utah is now considering clarifications to these
regulations.
The following points of interpretation have been determined:
1. Two different types of satellite accumulation areas are proposed to
be recognised:
Type A: A low volume, slow accumulation point of generation which
produces only one waste stream, and thus will utilize only one
55-gallon drum (as the accumulation container).
Type B: A point of generation which produces multiple low volume,
slow accumulation waste streams. Thus, more than one 55-gallon drum
will be utilized, one for each waste stream. This multi-drum
satellite accumulation area will be limited to a three drum maximum
(165 gallons).
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2.	Type A satellite accumulation areas will be subject only to the
requirements as stated in 40 C.F.R. 262.34(c). Type B satellite
accumulation areas will require generator compliance with all personnel
training, contingency plans, and preparedness and prevention regulations
at each Type B satellite accumulation area.
3.	The date that will be placed on the drum will be the date the drum is
full. It is this full drum that will be managed, not the "excess
accumulation**.
4.	The generator must move the drum off-site or to central storage
within three "working days** of the date that is placed on the drum.
5.	The 90-day storage clock begins with the date which is placed on the
drum.
6.	Generators who utilize Satellite Accumulation areas oust have a list
available to all inspectors which identifies where hazardous waste is
produced and the type of hazardous waste produced at each satellite
accumulation area.
The Utah Solid and Hazardous Waste Committee is concerned with several
points and requests a response to the following questions:
1.	What is the intent of the federal regulation with respect to the
total amount (volume) of hazardous waste at each satellite accumulation
area?
2.	Does the federal regulation limit the number of containers that can
be placed at a satellite accumulation area?
3.	As described in items 1 and 2 of the Utah proposal, will Utah be
equivalent to the federal regulations if we allow more than 55 gallons of
hazardous waste to be accumulated in more than one drum at a Type B
satellite accumulation area, but require personnel training, preparedness
and prevention and contingency plans?
4.	Is Utah's interpretation of "three days" to mean three "working" days
equivalent to EPA's intent? See 49 FR 12/20/84 page 49569.
5.	Will Utah be equivalent to EPA if we require that the date be placed
on the full drum? (ie. On which container is the date to be placed?)
Utah requests assistance from EPA on this issue. Please review the Utah
proposal on satallite accumulation as outlined in this letter and provide the
information by January 21, 1987. The Solid and Hazardous Waste Committee
proposes to deal with this issue at it's meeting scheduled for February 4,
1987.
The Committee is interested in responding to industry concerns regarding
their ability to handle hazardous wastes under this rule.
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Before preparing your response, please call Kent Gray of this office to
make sure that industries* concerns are adequately understood.
Questions or comments should be directed to Kent Gray of this office.
Executive Secretary
Utah Solid and Hazardous Waste Committee
cc: Brian Buck, Chairperson; Solid and Hazardous Waste Subcommittee
Lou Johnson, EPA Region VIII
Jim Rakers, EPA Region VIII
Utah Solid and Hazardous Waste Committee Members
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9451.1996(01)
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OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Mr. Steven T. Warshaw
President
Olin Microelectronic Materials Division
01in Corporation	.
501 Merritt 7, P.O. Box 4500
Norwalk, Connecticut 06856-4500
Dear Mr. Warshaw:
Thank you for your letter of February 21, 1996 regarding
states that Olin is proposing to enter into contractual
arrangements with certain of its customers who use Olin's
specialty chemicals to fabricate computer chips, integrated
circuits, and other electrical*devices. These contractual
relationships would be entered into as a part of Olin's Product
Stewardship Program.
Your letter explains that under the contracts, Olin would
retain legal ownership of the specialty chemicals supplied to
customers; would maintain a physical presence at the customer's
site; and would remove, accumulate, and manage any chemicals that
exit the customer's process units. Specifically, your letter
asserts that Olin would retain ownership of any hazardous wastes
that result from the use of its chemicals, and that Olin would
assume responsibility for the proper management of these wastes
under Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
(RCRA).
According to your letter, Olin's purpose in writing to EPA
is to obtain confirmation that Olin would be considered a
generator of the hazardous wastes which result from the joint
activities of Olin and its customers, such that Olin's compliance
with the hazardous waste generator requirements (codified in Part
262 of 40 CFR) would also fulfill its customers* obligations
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under these regulations. Olin also seeks confirmation that EPA
would, in the event a joint liability results from these
relationships, look first to Olin for performance of the
generator obligations.
I am pleased to provide you with the requested confirmation.
First, it is correct that under the facts related in your letter,
Olin would clearly be. a generator of any hazardous wastes which
exit from the process units of your customers. Also under these
facts, EPA would look first to Olin for compliance with the
generator requirements set forth in Part 262 of 40 CFR. This
would be the case regardless of whether Olin or Olin's customer
actually operates the process unit. This follows from EPA1s "co-
generator policy," which was first announced in the October 30,
1980, Federal Register notice which you cite in your letter, and
discussed in numerous regulations and interpretive letters since
that date.
In the case where Olin operates the process unit, the status
of Olin as generator of the waste is straightforward. In this
instance, Olin would be the owner of the materials being
processed, the operator of the process unit, and the person
removing the waste from the process unit.. All of these roles are
acts which contribute to the production of a hazardous waste,
within the meaning of the generator definition at 40 CFR §260.10.
Under this scenario, Olin would appear to be the more significant
contributor to the generation of the hazardous waste. The
customier would still be a jointly liable co-generator, though,
because it owns the process unit and the product being fabricated
with Olins chemicals. As explained in the co-generator notice
of October 30, 1980, EPA would typically look first to the
operator of the process unit (Olin) to fulfill the generator
duties. Thus, Olins compliance with the generator requirements
would discharge Olins and its customers obligations under the
regulations.
In the second scenario, the facts are altered to the extent
that your customer, rather than Olin personnel, would operate the
process unit generating the waste. Olin and the customer would
again be co-generators, since each is performing acts which
produces a hazardous waste. The customer is a generator because
it owns the product being fabricated, and because it owns and is
operating the process unit. Olin remains a co-generator because
of its ownership of the chemical raw materials, and because it
would be the person removing the waste from the process unit and
subjecting it to RCRA regulation. See 45 FR 72024 at 72026.
Under this second scenario, Olins contribution to the
generation of the waste is not as predominant as in the above
first scenario. Further, under the policy discussed above
whereby EPA generally looks first to the operator of the process
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However, as stated in the "co-generator" notice, this
presumption, would not apply in the case where there is a mutual
agreement among the parties for one of the co-generators to
perform the generator duties on behalf of all. EPA encourages
such an arrangement, and the contracts between 01in and its
customers would clearly fall within this policy. As EPA
explained in the October 1980, notice, EPA will look first to the
generator designated by a mutual agreement among co-generators.
, The agreement overrides the policy that looks first to the
operator of the process unit, except in those cases where a
responsible party is not clearly, designated, or where EPA does
not know about the agreement. See 45 FR 72024 to 72027. I trust
that Olin will retain copies of its contracts to display to RCRA
inspectors, and that the contracts will be sufficiently specific
in designating Olin as the responsible generator.
I should emphasize, however, that the co-generator policy is
a Federal policy, and that since its announcement by EPA in 1980,
the RCRA program has been delegated (with few exceptions) to our
authorized state programs. So, you should contact the state
hazardous waste agency in each state where you propose to
implement this arrangement to verify that the state also follows
the same or a similar policy with respect to co-generators.
Under RCRA, states may generally choose to operate hazardous
waste programs that are more stringent than EPAs requirements. -
Thank you for bringing 01ins Product Stewardship Program to
our attention. I laud you for promoting this excellent example
of corporate responsibility, and I wish your company every
success in carrying it out.
Sincerely yours
Michael Shapiro, Gfirector
Office of Solid Waste

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HOTUNE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
April 1996
9451.1996(02)
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1. Frequently Asked Questions ori
Hazardous Waste Generator
Requirements-
May large quantity generators (LQGs)
and small quantity generators (SQGs) treat
hazardous waste on site without obtaming a
permit or interim status?
EPA has consistently maintained that a
permit or interim status is not required if a
LQG or SQG treats hazardous waste in
accumulation units such as tanks or containers
that are in full compliance with die	,
requirements of 40 CFR §262.34 and the
special unit-specific requirements found in
Part 265 (March 24,1986; 51 ER 10146,
10168). This treatment must be completed
within the specified regulatory time
limitations.
Must SQGs submit a Biennial Report for
their hazardous waste management activities?
No, SQGs (generators of greater than 100
kg but fcss than 1,000 kg in a calendar month)
are subject only to the reporting requirements
listed in 40 CFR §262.44. The Biennial
Report regulation at 40 CFR §262.41 is not
specifically listed in that section. .
The 40 CFR Part 262 regulations.
Standards Applicable to Generators, do not
mention conditionally exempt small quantity
J generators (CESQGs). Where are the CESQG
regulations found?
. Unlike the LQG and SQG regulations that
are found'throughout Part 262, the CESQG
requirements are found in §261.5. CESQGs
are those generators who produce less than or
equal to 100 kg.of hazardous waste, less than
or equal to.l kg of acute hazardous waste, or
less than or equal to 100 kg of spill residue of
acute hazardous waste per calendar month.
Must generators preparing an off-site
shipment of hazardous waste list the EPA
waste codes on the manifest?
EPA manifest regulations at 40 CFR
§262.20 and Appendix to Part 262 do not
require generators to list EPA waste codes on.
the manifest The shaded space provided on
the manifest for EPA waste codes is for the
convenience of state agencies, as some states
may require EPA waste codes to be listed on a
manifest (40 CFR §271.10(h)). The
Department of Transportation (DOT)
regulations may, however, require listing EPA
waste codes as part of the DOT description
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
FILE C"
9451.1996(03)
" MAY I 1996
OFFICE OF
SOLO WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT: Resolution of RCRA Issues Relating to the Mood
'>Preserving Industry
FROM:
David Bussard, Director Al7 Uy
Hazardous Waste Identification Division
TO:
John B. Rasnic, Director
Manufacturing, Energy and Transportation Division
Office of Compliance
In your February 29th memo to me, you raised a couple of
issues that you wanted us to look into. The first of these was a
question as to whether the current regulations support a wood
preserving facility's claim that a drip pad stamp is part of the
facility's wastewater treatment system and is therefore exempt
from certain RCRA requirements, even though the wood preserving
regulations require that the sump meet subpart J tank standards.
The answer is yes, depending of course on the particular
facts, drip pad sumps may generally satisfy the wastewater
treatment unit exemption. The requirement that wood preservers
must meet subpart J standards does not trump the wastewater
treatment unit exemption. I have attached a memo from Tim
Sullivan in the Region IX office that I think does a very good
job of explaining this.
Yqu also asked whether, should we end up excluding recycled
in-process wastewaters at wood preserving facilities from the
definition of solid waste, it would be possible that a previously
regulated facility could become a conditionally exempt small
quantity generator (CESQG); and, if so* would that facility need
to comply with RCRA requirements specifically crafted for wood
preservers.
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First, it is important to point out that if any facility
meets the conditions set forth in the section defining and
explaining CESQG status (§261.5), it is considered to be
additionally exempt from the definition of solid waste {and
therefore hazardous waste) and is thus subject to very few
requirements under RCRA. In the case of the wood preserving
industry, they would be conditionally exempt from subpart W and
subpart J requirements, among a number of other requirements.
However, with respect to conditionally excluding wastewaters that
are reused, one approach we could take in crafting a national
provision.(whether regulatory or legislative) is to grant the
conditional exclusion only when the wastewaters are used in
connection with a drip pad that is in compliance with RCRA
Subpart W drip pad standards. Should we do this, your question
would be moot.
It would be useful to know if anyone in your office has. been
able to determine how many facilities might become CESQGs if
their in-process wastewater is not counted as solid waste; and
whether this issue has occurred at any facilities to date, in the
absence of a national wastewater exclusion for those wastewaters
prior to reclamation. Second, I would be interested to hear
whether you think a typical wood preserving facility could
qualify for an exemption under §261.5, especially those
conditions under §261.5(g)(3),(4), or (5).
Finally, I would like to say that I appreciate all the help
that Seth Heminway of your office has been able to provide us on
a number of issues related to this industry. My staff will
continue to work with Seth to resolve any key issues raised by
your draft Wood Preserving Compliance Notebook.	,
I look forward to seeing any information you can provide on
the CESQG issue.
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460
MAY I 1996
9451.1996(04)
OFFICE Of
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Brenda J. Boykin
Shaw, Pittman, Potts, & Trowbridge
2300 N Street, N.W.	'
Washington, D.C. 20037
Dear Ms. Boykin:
Thank you for your letter of August 15,1995 requesting an interpretation of the regulations that
apply to generators who accumulate waste in containers at or near the point of generation where wastes
initially accumulate. Specifically, you ask whether the regulation at 40 CFR 262.34 (c) would allow the
generator to accumulate more than 55 gallons of non-acutely hazardous waste at one time at a satellite '
location.
As you may know, the regulations at 40 CFR 262.34(c)(1) state that "a generator may
accumulate as much as 55 gallons of non-acute hazardous waste or one quart of acutely hazardous
waste...in containers at or near any point of generation where wastes initially accumulate, which is
under the control of the operator of toe process generating the waste..." Such accumulation may take
place provided that the waste is placed in containers that are in good condition, the waste is compatible
with their containers, the containers are marked with the words '"Hazardous Wastes" or other words
that identify the contents, and die containers are covered when die generator is not adding or removing
waste. See 49 FR 49568 - 49572, Dec. 20,1984. Should the 55 gallon limit be exceeded, Section
262.34(c) requires die generator to mark the container holding the excess accumulation of hazardous
waste with the date the excess amount began accumulating, and after three days, manage that excess
waste in accordance with Section 262.34(a).	*
Your question relates to the interpretation of 40 CFR 262.34(c)(2) which states that:
A generator who accumulates either hazardous waste or acutely hazardous waste listed
in §261.33(e) in excess of the amounts listed in paragraph (c)(1) of this section at or
near any point of generation must, with respect to that amount of excess waste, comply
within three days with paragraph (a) of this section or other applicable provisions of
this chapter. During the three day period the generator must continue to comply with
paragraphs (c)(l)(I) through (ii) of this section. The generator must mark the container
holding the excess accumulation of hazardous waste with the date the excess amount
began accumulating.
According to these provisions, the generator has 3 days after the 55 gallon limit has been
exceeded to transfer die excess waste from the satellite area. In order to answer your question of
whether waste above the 55 gallon limit may be accumulated in the 3 day interim period and remain
subject to the accumulation area provisions, it is necessary to refer to die preamble language of
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December 20. 1984, which considers the potential hazards of accumulating hazardous waste in these
sites, In the December 20, 1984 Federal Register notice, the Agency states that "...the accumulation
at satellite areas of up to 55 gallons of non-aeutely hazardous waste is reasonable and safe and does not
pose a threat to human health and die environment" (49 FR 49569, Dec. 20,1984). However, in the
discussion which followed, the Agency questioned the safety of the accumulation of non-acutely
hazardous waste in amounts above the 55 gallon limit "Because the weight of evidence suggests
limited use by the regulated community of containers larger than 55 gallons and because spills of 110
•gallons of non-acutely hazardous waste would pose a higher environmental threat, EPA does not
believe that the satellite accumulation level should be higher than 55 gallons." Id.
The preamble language above illustrates the Agency's view that waste accumulation in satellite
accumulation areas should not be excessive. Although it is clear that the Agency did not intend for .
amounts as large as 110 gallons to be accumulated on a routine basis, it is not specific about whether
small amounts of non-acutely hazardous waste exceeding the 55 gallon limit may be accumulated,
routinely. The Agency understands that due to the nature of the production process, there may be
special cases in which small quantities of wastes above the 55 gallon limit may need to be accumulated
for brief periods in one accumulation area. Thus, we iftterpret that the satellite accumulation provisions
of 40 CFR 262.34(c)(1) permit the generator to continue to accumulate nominal quantities of a non-
acutely hazardous waste in excess of the 55 gallon limit as long as the additional wastes accumulated
during the 3-days are managed in accordance with section 262.34(c)(1). Any excess waste must be
managed (including transferring that excess waste to the generator's 90-day accumulation area) in
accordance with section 262.34(a) within three davs.
The Agency does not expect that any accumulation over the 55 gallon limit will be excessive
and believes that most facilities should be aware of Ae process waste generation rate and should be
able to arrange for die removal of any excess accumulation within die 3-day time frame, thereby
avoiding excessive accumulation of waste over die 55 gallon limit The Agency also understands that
there may be one-time circumstances during which quantities in excess of 110 gallons are generated.
In such cases, die Agency recommends that you contact your state waste management office for further
guidance on how such occurrences should be handled.
Also, because states may have regulations and interpretations that are more stringent than the
federal regulations, the Agency strongly recommends that you check with your state wajte management
office (or Regional office in unauthorized states) for questions specific to the amount of waste allowed
above the 55 gallon limit in the particular states where your clients operate. This interpretation is not
binding on authorized states.
I hope this response is of assistance. In you have additional questions, please contact Ann
Codrington of my office at (202)260-8551.
Sincerely yours,
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Michael Shapiro, Director
Office ofS6iid Waste
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August 15,1995
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Please contact me if you require any additional information in order to respond to this
inquiry. Thank you for your assistance.
Sincerely,
Brenda J. Boykin
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I	, . WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
9451.1996(05)
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OFFICE OF
SOLD WASTE AND EMERGENCY
Ms. Young Mi Kim	response
S080 Likini Street #913
Honolulu, Hawaii 96818
Dear Ms. Kim:
Thank you for your letter of March 21, 1996 to President Clinton
requesting information about the management of hazardous waste generated in
quantities less than 100 kilograms. Specifically, you ask why hazardous waste
is thrown away with ordinary garbage and what happens to the waste when it is
thrown away.
Generators of less than 100 kilograms of hazardous waste per month are
currently referred to as "conditionally exempt small quantity generators"
(CESQGs) and are exempt from many of the hazardous waste regulations found at
Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Although they are exempt from
the majority of hazardous waste regulations, these generators are still
subject to some requirements. First, they must identify their wastes to
determine whether they are hazardous? second, they cannot accumulate more than
1,000 kilograms of hazardous waste at any time? and third, they must either
treat or dispose of the waste onsite, or ensure that it is sent to a permitted
hazardous waste management facility, a permitted municipal or industrial solid
waste facility, or a recycling facility. Therefore CESQGs are not exempted
outright, but are exempted on the condition that the waste is managed at an
approved facility. These provisions were intended to assure that human health
and the environment are protected.
Additionally, federal regulations allow states to adopt more stringent
regulations if they choose, and some states have chosen not to exempt CESQGs
from many of the hazardous waste generator requirements. These requirements
are imposed through state municipal or industrial waste permit, license, or
registration programs.
When designing the hazardous waste management program in the late
1970s, EPA chose 100 kilograms as the point at which significant regulation
would apply because it sought to exclude from the regulations persona whose
generation of hazardous waste does not pose a substantial threat to human
health or the environment. At that time more than 90 percent of the hazardous
waste was generated by large quantity generators. The Agency believes that in
order to be as effective as possible at implementing the hazardous waste
program with limited resources, it must focus on those generators who generate
hazardous waste in significant quantities, rather than attempt to cover every
generator of hazardous waste (there are more than 215,000 hazardous waste
generators who generate greater than 100 kilograms of hazardous waste per year
and between 455,000 and 700,000 CISQGs in the U.S.). By excluding CESQGs from
most hazardous waste regulations, EPA is able to focus on the overall
environmental objectives of the Agency.
Additionally, small amounts of hazardous wastes may be included in
household wastes which are currently not regulated under EPA*a hazardous waste
requirements. Many state and local governments impose regulations governing
the disposal of household wastes and may organize collection centers for
household hazardous wastes. In addition EPA has issued standards for
municipal solid waste landfills. These requirements for municipal landfills
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which are implemented by the states, are structured so that the public is
protected from potential hazards associated with landfills that receive
hazardous waste. These landfills are subject to requirements that minimize
hazards including location restrictions (e.g., they cannot be located near
flood plains or faults), operating criteria (e.g., they must t>m covered every
day), and strict groundwater monitoring requirements. These measures help
ensure that the hazardous waste that ends up in landfills does not pose a
threat to human health and the environment.
For your information, we have included three EPA publications which may
be of help in clarifying EFA's waste management program for generators of
small quantities of hazardous waste. They are Solving the Hazardous Waste
Problems EPA's RCJRA programj Understanding the Small Quantity Generator
Hazardous Waste Rules: A Handbook for Small Business; Safer Disposal for Solid
Waste: The Federal Regulations for Landfills; Criteria for Solid Waste
Disposal Facilitiess A Guide for Owners/Operators/ and Household Hazardous
Waste Management: A Manual .for One-Day Community Collection Programs. We hope
this information addresses your concerns*
Sincerely—yours, ¦
Enclosures
MichaelI Shapiro, Director
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MAY I IS96
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMfc PiGENCY
RESPONSE
Peter J. Wojdyla
Pima County Risk Management
32 N Stone, 3rd floor
Tucson, AZ 85701
Dear Mr. Wojdyla:
Thank you for your letter of September 18, 1995 requesting an interpretation of several
questions regarding generator requirements and how they may apply to various on-site and off-
site scenarios. While we are responding to your questions based on EPA's implementation of
federal regulations, please be aware that the State of Arizona is authorized to implement its
RCRA program in lieu of the federal regulations and should be consulted regarding the
circumstances of a specific location. The state may have regulations that are more stringent than
federal regulations, and these state requirements govern operation at these sites.
Below is a summary of the questions you asked followed by our interpretation. For your
convenience we have attached copies of documents which relate to the issues you raise.
Question one
Your first question requests clarification of the definition of on-site to determine whether
two structures in one complex owned by a single owner are considered separate generators under
RCRA. You state in your letter that an office building and a factory are located on a single
property and that the office building generates one kilogram of hazardous waste while the factory
generates one thousand kilograms of hazardous waste. You ask whether the complex can be
considered one generator or two. You also ask for clarification of the terms "installation",
"facility", and "individual generation site" as they pertain to the definition of "on-site*'.
For the purposes of generator notification and obtaining EPA identification numbers, and
assuming that the two structures you describe are on-site as defined at 40 CFR §260,10, one
identification number is sufficient for the two structures. Also, the wastes generated on the
contiguous property would be subject tothe requirements for large quantity generators of
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hazardous wastes.1 A manifest however, would have to be completed if waste must be shipped
on roads or other right-of-ways to which the public has access.
There is no regulatory definition for the term "by site". However, at 40 CFR §260.10,
EPA defines "on-site" as:
...the same or geographically contiguous property which may be divided by public or
private right-of-way, provided the entrance and exit between the properties is at a cross-
roads intersection, and access is by crossing as opposed to going along, the right of way.
Non-contiguous properties owned by the same person but connected by a right-of-way
which he controls and to which the public does not have access, is also considered on-site
property.
EPA also defines the term "individual generation site" as "...the contiguous site at or on
which one or more hazardous wastes are generated.' An individual generation site, such as a large
manufacturing plant, may have one or more sources of hazardous wastes but is considered a
single or individual generation site if the site or property is contiguous." ( 40 CFR §260.10) The
property you describe would meet the definition of individual generation site if it is contiguous
and would be "on-site" for the purposes of manifesting if the two structures were either a) not
divided by a public right-of-way, or b) the public right-of-way can be crossed directly without
traveling along it.
If the two structures were owned by different people, then under federal regulations one
identification number would be needed for each structure even if the regulated activity is taking
place on a contiguous piece of property. However, please check with your state for specific
guidance on the issuance of identification numbers for the scenarios you provide.
The definition of the terms "installation" and "facility" are not directly relevant to your
specific question. "Installation" is not defined in the RCRA regulations at 40 CFR £260.10. It is
only defined within the instructions to the Notification of Regulated Waste Activity Form, (EPA
form 8700-12). Since the form is used by all persons requiring an EPA identification number, the
term installation is meant to refer in general terms to all users of identification numbers.
"Facility", as defined in 40 CFR §260.10, refers to treatment, storage, and disposal
facilities. The term refers, for permitting .gwp«ses» to the area where hazardous waste treatment,
1 However, if acute hazardous waste is generated in quantities less than one kilogram, then
this waste may be counted and managed separately from non-acute hazardous waste. (See 40
CFR'§161 and (f». For example, a generator of one kilogram or less of acute hazardous
waste and 1000 kilograms of non-acute hazardous waste may manage the acute hazardous waste
according to the provisions for conditionally exempt generators while the non-acute hazardous
waste would be subject to requirements found at 40 CFR §262.34(d) for small quantity
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storage, and disposal activities occur and/or the waste management area that may be made up of
\	one or more waste management units and also defines the area subject to corrective action.
Therefore the definition of facility is not of direct relevance in the context of the description you
provide since your question does not concern waste management sites subject to permitting
requirements, but rather generation sites.
Question two
You state in your letter that Pima County has several different individual generation sites
that are divided by roads which are owned by the County. You ask whether consolidation of
several locations currently having different identification numbers would be of any significance.
Consolidation of two or more locations having different EPA identification numbers may
cause several changes in the notification and manifesting process. For example, a change in the
County's regulatory classification as a small or large quantity generator could result from the
consolidation of several locations having different identification numbers.
Should the County (the generator) decide to consolidate several locations into one site the
following conditions must be met: 1. The County must control the roads and public access must
be restricted. If the generator does not control the road, a manifest must be completed for
shipments that must travel off-site, (e.g., along a road) to the other property belonging to the
generator. 2. At a location where the generator controls the right-of-ways that divide the
property and restricts access, a manifest is not required to ship wastes to the different individual
generation sites. However, although there is no specific prohibition in the regulations against a
generator maintaining multiple I D. numbers for an individual generation site, the Agency expects
an individual generation site to have only one ID. number. A state may approve of the use of
more than one ID. number in special cases. 3. The proper state or Regional office must be
notified of the change.
Also, please be aware that the Agency has proposed to change the definition of "on-site"
to include properties that, although contiguous, are divided by a public right-of way. (See 60 FR
56468, November 8,1995)
Question three
You ask whether shipments of hazardous wastes between two properties under the same
ownership located at opposite corners of an intersection would be considered "on-site".
The Agency has stated in a November 4,1994, letter from Michael Shapiro to
Congressman Tim Johnson, "If the entry and exit between two parts of a campus [at a university]
are directly across from each other, or across the junction of two crossroads, they are considered
geographically contiguous" and would meet the definition of "on-site". Two properties under the
same ownership whose entrances are located cater-cornered to each other would meet the
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definition of "on-site".
Question four
You ask whether waste from a conditionally exempt small quantity generator could be
shipped for centralized handling to a site generating large quantities of wastes without obtaining a
permit for storage or treatment of hazardous waste.
The Agency is in the process of reviewing whether waste from a conditionally exempt
small quantity generator loses its exemption if taken to an intermediate location not identified at
40 CFR §261.5(g)(3) for purposes such as consolidation and storage prior to delivery to its final
destination. We therefore cannot provide an interpretation on this question until a determination
has been made.
Question five
You ask to whom must a large quantity generator send waste?
Large quantity generators and small quantity generators shipping waste off-site must
prepare a manifest and transport the waste to a facility designated on the manifest in accordance
with 40 CFR §262.20(b). EPA defines the term "designated facility" to mean
. . .a hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal facility which (1) has received a
permit (or interim status) in accordance with the requirements of parts 270 and 124 of this
chapter, (2) has received a permit (or interim status) from a State authorized in
accordance with Part 271 of this chapter, or (3) is regulated under section 261.6(c)(2) or
Subpart F of part 266 of this chapter, and (4) that has been designated on the manifest by
the generator pursuant to section 260.20[sic (262.20)]. If a waste is destined to a facility
in an authorized State which has not yet obtained authorization to regulate that particular
waste as hazardous, then the designated facility must be a facility allowed by the receiving
State to accept such waste.
This definition includes only limited exceptions for facilities other than permitted or
interim status TSDFs. Therefore, a large quantity generator or small quantity generator could
manifest and transport hazardous waste to facilities other than permitted TSDFs provided that the
facility is appropriately designated on the manifest and meets the definition of a "designated
facility". (Small quantity generators possessing a reclamation agreement pursuant to 40 CFR
§262.20(e) are exempted from certain manifesting requirements as you mentioned in your letter.)
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would like to utilize a centralized handling operation for packaging, transport, etc., and whether
all requirements at Part 263 apply.
If a generator generates waste in quantities over 100 kilograms and ships the waste to a
location other than one that is on-site as defined at 40 CFR §260.10, a manifest is required for
these shipments, and the regulations at Part 263 apply.
However, waste in transportation ( e.g., manifested off-site J may be consolidated at
transfer facilities defined at 40 CFR 260.10 as "...any transportation related facility including
loading docks, parking areas, storage arm and other similar areas where shipments of hazardous
wastes are held during the normal course of transportation".
Under certain specified conditions, the regulations allow transporters to store shipments of
hazardous waste at transfer facilities without obtaining a permit or interim status. The regulations
state that:
A transporter who stores manifested shipments of hazardous waste in containers meeting
the requirements of section 262.30 at a transfer facility for a period of ten days or less is
not subject to regulation under parts 264,265,268 and 270 of this chapter with respect to
the storage of those wastes (40 CFR §262.12).
If the county designated an area as a transfer facility and met the conditions identified,
consolidation would be allowable at that location. In order for the transfer facility to be excluded
from permitting requirements, the waste must be stored during the normal course of
transportation (e.g., treatment, storage, and disposal facilities designated on the manifest cannot
qualify as transfer facilities.) Waste at such transfer facilities may be consolidated into larger
units or shipments may be transferred to different vehicles for redirecting or rerouting. (See
December 31, 198045 FR 86966)
Question seven
The following clarifies how a facility may respond to a location where hazardous wastes
have been dumped illegally.
Persons who generate hazardous waste as a result of a discharge may temporarily store
those wastes without a permit if they comply with the requirements for 90 day accumulation
described on 40 CFR 262.34.
The Agency defines the term "discharge" or hazardous waste discharge" to mean "the
accidental or intentional spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, or dumping of
hazardous waste into or on any land or water (40 CFR §260.10).
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performed to provide an immediate response for discharges of hazardous waste from the
permitting requirements.
(i)	A person is not required to obtain a RCRA permit for treatment or containment
activities taken during immediate response to any of the following situations:
(A)	discharge of a hazardous waste;
(B)	An imminent and substantial threat of a discharge of hazardous waste,
(C)	A discharge of a material which, when discharged, becomes a hazardous waste.
(ii)	Any person who continues or initiates hazardous waste treatment or containment
activities after the immediate response is over is subject to all applicable requirements of
this part for those activities.
Additional provisions exempting immediate response activities are found at 40 CFR
§264.1(g)(8) and §265.1(c)(l 1). To qualify for the exemption the treatment or containment
activity must be for the initial, immediate response to the discharge. Once the immediate threat
passes, all applicable RCRA standards apply including the accumulation provisions described at
40 CFR §262.34, EPA explains:
The exemption concerns only treatment and storage activities; it does not relieve anyone
of complying with any requirements for the disposal of hazardous waste. In addition, the
exemption applies only during immediate response; all hazardous waste management
activities thereafter are fully subject to RCRA regulations (January 19, 1983,48 FR 2508,
2509).
Additionally, after the initial response has ended, an emergency permit may be available
for other emergency activities.
We hope we have clarified the issues you raised. Again, we strongly encourage you to
check with the state of Arizona because as an authorized state, Arizona may have regulations or
interpretations that differ from, or are more stringent than the federal requirements
Please direct any questions about the interpretations in this letter to Ann Codrington, of
the Generation and Recycling Branch at 202-260-8551.
Sincerely yours,
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September 18,1995
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regulation)? The term "by site" would seem to suggest there are 2 generators,
whereas if the "facility" definition is used, 1 generator. The term "Installation"
would appear to be able to cover either interpretation. What if they shared the
same structure? Also do the definitions of "On-site" or "Individual generation
site" have any application in answering/interpreting the proffered situation?
2.	As a political subdivision, Pima County owns many road "rights-of-way" and
could, theoretically, conjoin its various locations. Is this of any significance under
"RCRA" regulations?
3.	If two properties with the same ownership are located "kitty-corner" across an
intersection and access can be had at the opposing corners, would they be covered
by the term "On-site'"?
4.	If there are two (2) "generators", one of which is a large quantity generator (LQG)
and the other is a "conditionally exempt small quantity generator" (CESQG),
which are owned and operated by the same entity but separated geographically, it
would appear that the CESQG waste cannot be transported to the other generation
site for handling by the LQG (without it being a permitted TSDF) for the purpose
of combining it with its own wastes in order to see that it is appropriately
disposal. Is this correct? (As a public entity, the county attempts to keep its
hazardous wastes out of local landfills and see that it is appropriately disposed or
destroyed.)
5.	It appears that an LQG must manifest and transport his hazardous waste(s) to
nothing other than a permitted TSDF, unless it is being handled "On-site". Is this
correct? And, except for contractual reclamation of hazardous waste, it appears
that the same is also true of small quantity generators (SQG). Is this also correct?
6.	Pima County is a large county and has many operations/facilities located
throughout it. In order to transport hazardous wastes to a centralized handling
operation for packaging, transport, etc., must that operation acquire a TSDF
permit before being utilized? Also, do all the manifesting and transportation
requirements apply to moving the wastes to such a location?
7.	At present, when there is a "wildcat dump" of what appears to be a hazardous
material within our "right-of-way" or on County property, we try to appropriately
mitigate the situation; this usually entails the containerization of the contaminant
and affected materials) and transport to one of our maintenance yards for holding
until an appropriate disposition can be made. If the material is a hazardous waste,
and we are knowledgeable of this fact, can this be done in other than an emergency
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September 18, 1995
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Please provide me with written responses to the above. If guideline or program memoranda exist
which can assist in addressing the above, I would be grateful if they could also be provided.
Thank you for your attention and consideration. If you have any questions concerning this letter,
please call me at (520) 740-4001.
Very truly yours,
xc: Bob Healey, Director
Chris Straub, Deputy County Attorney
Becky Pearson, Public Works
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
ENCY fiN6s.es.
9452.1996(01)
JUN -4 1996
OFFICE OF
SOCIO WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Mr. Stephen T. Smith
Koppers Industries, Inc.	" -
436 Seventh Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1800
Dear Mr. Smith:
Thank you for your letter of May 10, 1996 regarding the
clarification of requirements involving the counting of wood
preserving waters that are hazardous waste and the completion of
the Biennial Report as required under the Resource Conservation
and Recovery Act (RCRA) of 1976. Specifically, you request that
the Biennial Report and instructions be corrected to comply with,
the requirements of 40 CFR 261.5(c)(3) for determining generator
status and the requirements at 40 CFR 262.41 for the Biennial
You stated in your letter that hazardous wastewater from
wood preserving plants (listed as F032, F034, and F035) is
either returned to the preservative process for reuse or is
pretreated and discharged to a POTW. You refer to provisions at
40 CFR 261.5(c)(3) to support your assertion that these hazardous
waste waters are reused and are therefore not subject to the
quantity determination of part 262 and should not be reported on
the Biennial Report.
The provisions at 40 CFR 261.5(c)(3) pertain to making a
quantity determination and explain what must be counted when
determining generator category. These provisions state that
"when making the quantity determination of this part and 40 CFR
part 262, the generator must include all hazardous waste that it
generates, except hazardous waste that....is recycled, without
prior storage or accumulation, only in an on-site process subject
to regulation under 40 CFR 261.6(c)(2)..."
If the process you describe meets the conditions of 40 CFR
261.5(c)(3), i.e., the material is recycled without prior storage
or accumulation in an on-site process subject to regulation under
40 CFR 261.6(c)(2), then the waste is not subject to the quantity
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determination; nor is it required to be counted in determining
generator status. However, if the waste is stored or accumulated
prior to reuse, it is subject to the quantity determination and
must be counted when determining generator status. Should this
process not meet the conditions of 40 CFR 261.5(c)(3), it may
meet the conditions of 40 CFR 261.5(d)(3), which states that win
determining the quantity of hazardous waste generated, a
generator need not include spent materials that are generated,
teelaimed and subsequently re-used on site, so long as such spent
materials have bean counted once." (Emphasis added.)
I understand from my staff that they are currently working
with Pam Rogers at AWPI to set up a meeting with you to discuss
Biennial Report requirements pertaining to the counting of
hazardous wastewaters.
Thank you for your continued interest in this issue.
Sincerely,

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460

JUN i 0 1996
9452.1996(02)
OFFICE OF
SOL© WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Scott Kuhn, Manager
Corporate Compliance Communications
Laidlaw Environmental Services, Inc.
220 Outlet Pointe Boulevard
Columbia, South Carolina 29210
Dear Mr. Kuhn:
Thank you for your letter of June 6, 1996, in which you requested a clarification of an
apparent conflict between two sections of the hazardous waste regulations: the waste
characterization requirements in 40 CFR 262.11 and the LDR notification requirements in 40
CFR 268.9(a). This letter will also serve as a followup to a telephone conversation held on July
15, 1996, between you and Allen Maples, of my staff.
Though you mention that a possible conflict exists between these two sections of the
regulations, your .question was more related to which waste code should be used on the RCRA
manifest. You referred to the situation where a waste stream has a specific listing code and also
exhibits a characteristic for one of the constituents which make up the waste code. To use your
example of wastewater treatment sludges from electroplating operations, this waste stream has
the listing code of F006, but is also characteristic for cadmium, which would have the
characteristic waste code of D006.
Your specific question was which of these waste codes should then appear on the RCRA
Manifest? For manifest purposes, it really-does not matter which waste code is shown, the listing
waste code or the characteristic waste code. The RCRA manifest is primarily a shipping and
transportation document and what is important is that the waste code selected most accurately
identify the waste for" emergency response purposes. Therefore, the generator/shipper is in the
best position to decide which waste code to use. Since state regulations might differ, h would be
important to contact the State agency where the waste shipment is being sent
With regard to how waste codes should be entered on the manifest, please note that
information in the section of the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest for Waste Number (section
I) is not required by EPA regulations, but that States might require one or more waste codes in
this section. The RCRA waste code(s) may be part of the proper U.S. DOT shipping description
and should be entered in Line 11, as required by DOT (see 40 CFR 172.203). If you have
additional questions about the U S. DOT regulations, please contact the DOT helpline at (202)
366-4488.
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Page Two
Thank you for your interest in the RCRA hazardous waste program. I hope that this letter
has helped to clarify your questions. If you have any additional questions, please contact Allen
Maples, of my staS, at (703) 308-8798.
Sincerely yours,
David Bussard, Director
Hazardous Waste
Identification Division

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In the future, please direct similar correspondence to Mr.
Robert Heiss, Director of the RCRA Import/Export Program, Office
of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, Office of Compliance,
Enforcement Planning, Targeting, and Data Division (2222A), at
the EPA address above. Mr. Heiss can be reached at (202) 564-
4108.' If you have -further questions about this letter, please
call Julia Gourley of my staff at (202) 260-7944.
Sincerely yours
David Bussard, Director
Hazardous Waste Identification
Division
Office of Solid Waste
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STATUS
OF RATIFICATIONS THE BASEL CONVENTION
AS PER GEOGRAPHIC GROUPS
OF THE UNITED NATIONS
I. STATES (As of 10 January 1996)
Afriaa
Comores
CSte d;Ivolre
Egypt
Guinea
Malawi
Mauritius
Morocco
Namibia
Nigeria
Senegal
Seychelles
South Africa
Tanzania
Tunisia
Zaire
Zambia
Asia
and Pacific
Bahrain
Bangladesh
China
fFed. States o£
Micronesia
India
Indonesia
Iran
Japan
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Malaysia
Maldives
Oman
Pakistan
Papua New Guinea
Philippines
Qatar
Republic of Korea
Saudi Arabia.
Singapore
Sri-Lanka
Syria
United Arab
Emirates
Vietnam
H. Europe and
Others
Australia'.
Austria
Belgium
Canada
Cyprus
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Iceland
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Monaco
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
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Eastern Europe
Croat la
Czech Republic;
Estonia
Hungary
Latvia
Poland
Romania
Russian Federation
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Latin
America
and Caribbean
Antigua and
Barbuda
Argent ina
Bahamas
Barbados
Brazil
Chile
Costa Rica
Cuba
Ecuador
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Mexico
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
[Saint Kitts and
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Saint Lucia
Trinidad and
Tobago
Uruguay .
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Industrial and Agricultural Chemicals, Inc.
January 18, 1996
Mr. Michael Shapiro,(5301)
Director
Office of Solid Waste
U.S. EPA
401 H Street, SW
Washington, DC 20460
Dear Mr. Shapiro:
Our company wishes to import Cobalt Oxide-Molybdic Oxide ,
spent catalyst into the United States. We believe that this
material is nonhazardous under RCRA and it will be processed
and used here at our facility. We would like to receive a
letter of "no objection" from you to import this type of
product. 1 am enclosing a copy of a previous "no objection"
letter we received. We need a letter very similar to this
one for the Cobalt Oxide-Molybdic Oxide spent catalyst.
We would appreciate receiving this as soon-as possible.
Please let me know if you have any questions regarding„this
matter.
Best regards,
INDUSTRIAL AND AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS, INC.
ROUTE 2 • BOX 521-C • RED SPRINGS, NC 28377
(910)843-2121 FAX (910) 843-5789
Ranaaxx r. wiaiews
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Industrial and Agricultural Chemicals, Inc. , , •
Route 2, Box 521-C	••••*
Red Springs, NC 28377
Dear Mr. Andrews:
Thank you for your letter of April IS to Julie Lyddon of my
staff in which you requested confirmation of the acceptability of
importing into the U.S. spent nickel-containing catalysts for
nickel recovery and stainless steel scrap for use in the
manufacture of stainless steel.
Assuming they do not exhibit a characteristic of hazardous
waste st 40 CFR Fart 261 Subpart C, the nickel-containing
catalysts sr.d stainless scrap would not be considered hata^ccvjs
end cci.li Therefore be i.-ported. I wcula note that urcer «•' I"7?:
252.11, it is the generator's {and/'or the importer's.'
responsibility tc make this determination.
As we stated in cur previous letter, you should be aware,
that a number of countries have ratified the Basel Convention, or.
the Control of Transboundarv Movements of Hazardous Wastes and.
Their Disposal (we attached a list to our previous letter). In
order for Basel Parties to export to non-Parties (the U.S. is not
a Party to Basel), there must be a bilateral agreement in place
which is consistent with the requirements of the Convention. The
U.S. is currently Party to three such agreements: a bilateral
with Canada for recycling and disposal, a multilateral with the
member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and
Development (OECD), and a bilateral with Mexico, both of which
govern transfrontier movements for recycling only. If you plan
to import frcm a Basel Party with which we do not have an'
agreement, ana 'that country considers the catalysts or the scrap
to be subject to Basel, then the country should net allow the
wastes to be exported to the U.S.
Finally, you should check with the appropriate regulatory
agencies in the state or states in which you operate to determine
whether there are additional requirements with which you must
comply.
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' Thank you for your letter and for your interest in the safe
and effective management of wastes. If you have further"
questions, please call Julie Lyddon at {202) 260-7944.
Sincerely
r-
'Michael Petruska; • Chief -
"Regulatory Development Branch
Office of Solid Waste - .-"--r"..

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460
9456.1996(02)
JIW I 7 iggg
OFFICE OF
SOLD WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Mr. Adam Feldman
Norman Feldman Associates
15 W. 81st St., Ste. 6C
New York, NY 10024
Dear Mr. Feldman:
Thank you for your letter of May 30 to Mr. Michael Shapiro in which you requested a
letter explaining the RCRA hazardous waste import requirements. You indicated that you intend
to import waste, which may or may not be hazardous, from Singapore. You should be aware that
Singapore is a party to the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundarv Movements of
Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal, while the U.S. is not a party. Under the terms of the
agreement, parties cannot trade in hazardous wastes with non-parties absent an agreement
pursuant to Article 11 of Basel which does not derogate from the environmentally sound
management provisions of Basel. The U.S. and Singapore are not currently parties to such an
agreement.
The hazardous waste import regulations at 40 CFR 262 Subpart F have not changed since
the July 8, 1991 letter you received from Wendy Grieder of EPA's Office of International
Activities. However, as you have requested, I will reiterate those requirements as they pertain to
non-OECD imports of hazardous waste.
EPA regulations do not prohibit the importation of foreign-generated hazardous waste.
However, the regulations do require that the owner or operator of a facility that has arranged to
receive hazardous waste from a foreign source must notify the EPA Regional Administrator in
writing at least four weeks in advance of the date the waste is expected to arrive at the facility.
Notice of subsequent shipments of the same waste from the same facility is not required (40 CFR
264.12 and 265.12).
Hazardous waste imported into the U.S. from a foreign source is regulated under the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) in the same manner as hazardous waste
generated in the U.S. This includes compliance with manifesting, transport, treatment, storage,
and disposal requirements.
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Sincerely,
Julia L. Gourley
International arid Special Projects Branch
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I	UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ^
REGION 5	fiigCSMIgO
77 WEST JACKSON BOULEVARD
CHICAGO, IL 60604-3590	; e ,0ot:

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Rosemary Cantwell, Chief
Hazardous Waste Enforcement Section
Office of Enforcement
Indiana Department of Environmental Management
100 North Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6015
Re: Regulatory Assistance
Dear Ms. Cantwell:
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) is in
receipt of the April 11, 1995, letter from Mr. Matthew Klein, of
your staff. The letter requested guidance on the legal
significance of "comments" in the Code of Federal Regulations
(CFR), specifically in 40 CFR §265.176 [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2];
whether generators who store ignitable or reactive waste in
containers must post "No Smoking" signs pursuant to 40 CFR
§265.17(a) [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2J; and whether permitted treatment,
storage and disposal (TSD) facilities which employ a facility-
wide "Tobacco-free" policy are exempt from posting "No Smoking"
signs, as required by 40 CFR §264.17(a) [329 IAC 3.1-9-1&2]. The
Region's interpretation of the issues raised in Mr. Klein's
letter are as follows:
(1) Significance of "comments" in CFR:
Existing case law confirms the status of "comments" and "notes"
in s statute as coismentsry, and net a legal requirement.- as would
be the rule itself. A court may look at comments or notes to
help interpret a provision, but the comments or notes are not
themselves binding. See United States v. Marathon Development
Corp., 867 F.2d 96 (1st Cir. 1989); Motorola. Inc. v. United
States. 729 F.2d 765 (C.A. Fed. 1984). See also In re Valentine.
146 B.R. 945 (Bkrtcy. E.D.Va. 1991); In re Tavlor. 45 B.R. 643
(Bkrtcy.Pa. 1985); Omaha Pollution Control Corp. v. Carver-
Greenfield Corp.. 413 F.Supp. 1069 (D.C. Neb. 1976) [latter cases
discussing significance of comments in the Uniform Commercial
Code] . Thus, on the basis of existing case law, the Indiana
Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) cannot use the
comment following 40 CFR §265.176 [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2] to require
a generator to comply with 40 CFR §265.17(a) [329 IAC 3.1-10-
1&2], if it would not otherwise be subject to that requirement.
RECEIVED
JUN 14 1995
DEPARTMEHI Of
ENVIRONMENTS! MANAGEMENT
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(2) Are generators who store icmitable or reactive waste in
containers for less than 90 davs subject to
40 CFR §265.17(a)?
Pursuant to 40 CFR §262.34(a)(1)(i) [329 IAC 3.1-7-1*2], a
generator may accumulate waste on-site for 90 days or less
without a permit or without having interim status provided that
the waste is placed in containers and the generator complies with
Subpart I of Part 265 [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2].
Pursuant to 40 CFR §265.176 of Subpart I [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2],
containers holding ignitable or reactive waste must be located at
least 50 feet from the facility's property line. A comment in
this section directs the reader to additional requirements found
at 40 CFR §265.17{a) [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2].
The applicability of the requirements of 40 CFR Part 265 is
found at 40 CFR §265.1(c)(7) [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2]. Pursuant to
this section, the requirements of Part 265 do not apply to
generators accumulating waste on-site in compliance with
40 CFR §262.34 [329 IAC 3.1-7-1&2], except to the extent that
such requirements are included in 40 CFR §262.34.
Pursuant to 40 CFR §262.34(a)(4) [329 IAC 3.1-7-1&2], a
generator who accumulates hazardous waste on site for less than
90 days need not seek a permit or have interim status if it meets
several requirements, including compliance with requirements for
owners and operators in Subparts C and D in 40 CFR Part 265, with
§265.16 (in Subpart B), and with 40 CFR §268.7(a)(4). Note that
40 CFR §265.17 specifically is not mentioned. Thus,
40 CFR §265.17(a) [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2] is not included as one of
the applicable sections for a generator meeting the requirements
of 40 CFR §262.34 [329 IAC 3.1-7-1&2].
Can IDEM require a generator to post a sicm advising that
there should be no ignition sources near combustible
material?
According to 40 CFR §265.31 of Subpart C [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2],
with which a generator must comply pursuant to §262.34(a)(4)
[329 IAC 3.1-7-1&2], a facility must be maintained and operated
to minimize the possibility of a fire, explosion, or any
unplanned releases of hazardous waste or hazardous waste
constituents which could threaten human health or the
environment. Region 5 believes that 40 CFR §265.31 [329 IAC 3.1-
10-1&2] is broad enough to allow IDEM to request (for example in
a compliance order) that a generator post a sign near combustible
waste advising that there is "no smoking" or there are "no
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(3) Are permitted TSDFs with a "Tobacco-free" policy which store
icmitable or reactive waste required to post "No Smoking"'
signs pursuant to 40 CFR 5264.17(a)?
For both permitted and interim status treatment, storage, and
disposal facilities ("TSDFs"), 40 CFR §264.17(a) [329 IAC 23.1-9-
1&2] and 40 CFR §265.17(a) [329 IAC 3.1-10-1&2], respectively,
require that a "No Smoking" sign must be conspicuously placed
wherever there is a hazard from ignitable or reactive waste.
There is no exemption for a facility with a "Tobacco-free"
policy.
The fact that a facility has a "Tobacco-free" environment may
not fully address the human and environmental safety concerns
stated in the regulation. The text of both these provisions
clearly spells out that the purpose of the provision is to
prevent the exposure of ignitable wastes to "Open flames,
smoking, cutting and welding, hot surfaces, frictional heat,
sparks. . , spontaneous ignition. . , and radiant heat."
40 CFR 5264.17(a) and 40 CFR 265.17(a) specify that when
ignitable or reactive waste is being handled, the owner or
operator must confine both smoking and open flame to specially
designated areas. The regulations absolutely require posting at
least a "No Smoking" sign.
Based on the information provided, the facility's argument that
posting a "No Smoking" sign would encourage smoking is not viewed
by the Region as a valid excuse for failing to comply with 40 CFR
§265.17(a). In our view, IDEM is justified in arguing that the
facility is free to post a "No Smoking or Ignitable Sources"
sign, but the facility must, at a minimum, post a "No Smoking"
sign.
We hope that the above comments are responsive to the issues
raised in the April 11, 1995, letter. Should you have further
questions, please do not hesitate to contact Barbara L. Wester,
Assistant Regional Counsel, (312) 353-8514, or Michael
Cunningham, K.CRA Technical Enforcement. Section., at (312)
886-4464.
Sincerely yours,
T. Levere_» 	
Acting Chief,
Solid Waste Emergency Response
Branch
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Acting Section Chief
Technical Enforcement
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
MAR 7 1996
9462.1996(01)
opfce of
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Mr. Charles Dickhut, Chairman
Association of Waste Hazardous Materials Transporters
2200 Mill Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Dear Mr. Dickhut:
I am pleased to respond to your October 12, 1995, letter, in
which you request clarification of federal policy on several
issues related to the use of the hazardous waste manifest by
hazardous waste transporters.
Transfer Facilities and the Manifest
First, your letter asks me to clarify when an operator of a "
"transfer facility1* must sign either the transporter blocks of
the manifest, or the corresponding blocks on the manifest
continuation sheet. This issue appears to have arisen from
conflicting interpretations of the transporter signature
requirements offered by two RCRA authorized states. According to
your letter, one state requires operators of transfer facilities
to sign a transporter block only in those cases where the
operator also is involved in transporting the waste to or from
the transfer facility. The other state, however, requires that
the operator of the transfer facility sign a transporter block of
the manifest to reflect the handling of the waste at the transfer
facility, even though that transporter may have already signed
another transporter block in connection with transporting the
waste to or from the transfer facility. Thus, in the example of
the second state, the same transporter company may be required to
sign multiple transporter blocks, to reflect its various
transport and transfer operations.
RCRA regulations generally require consistency in the use of
the hazardous waste manifest, particularly with respect to the
entry of federally required information. Indeed, consistency in
the use of the manifest is one of the exceptional areas in RCRA
where the usual rule acknowledging the States* latitude to
operate more stringent programs must at times yield to the
interests of national uniformity in the transportation of
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hazardous materials. EPA explained the balancing of the "state
stringency" and "consistency" interests when it promulgated
jointly with DOT the Uniform Manifest as a final rule on March
20, 1984. See 49 FR 10490 at 10492 et seq. In addition, the
federal hazardous materials transportation laws include express
authority under which the DOT may preempt State laws which touch
upon the preparation, content and use of shipping papers used in
conjunction with the transportation of hazardous materials in
commerce, unless the State laws are "substantively the same" as
the federal requirements. 49 tl.S.C. 5125(b)(1). DOT has ruled
that state manifest requirements that vary from the joint EPA/DOT
regulations prescribing the manifest system are subject to its
HMTA preemption scrutiny, and such state laws are preempted when
they "significantly alter the information supplied on the
manifest." See 60 FR 62528 at 62537 (December 6, 1995). In the
December 6, 1995, notice, DOT'S Research and Special Programs
Administration issued a preemption decision that invalidated a
state regulation that required the use of a second transporter
block to record the transfer of waste from one vehicle to another
at a transfer facility. Id. at 62538. Our response which
follows addresses only the issue of federal EPA policy on the use
of the manifest transporter blocks. Since your letter raises an
issue similar to the one addressed in the recent preemption
decision, you may also wish to consult with DOT to determine
whether these particular state requirements poise issues under
their statutes and regulations.
The federal manifest regulations currently do not require
the use of a transporter block (a federally required data
element) to" record the handling of hazardous wastes at facilities
meeting the definition of a transfer facility. Rather, the
instructions in the Appendix to Part 262 clarify that the
transporter blocks (Items 5 and 7) should be used to identify the
company names of transporters "who will transport the waste."
Further, the provisions in section 263.20 dealing with obtaining
transporter signatures emphasize that it is the delivery of a
shipment ot hazardous waste from one transporter to another that
is the event triggering the next transporter's obligation to sign
the manifest. These requirements illustrate that the overarching
purpose of requiring handler IDs and signatures on the manifest
is to demonstrate custody of and accountability for the hazardous
waste at any point in time during its shipment.
By definition, transfer facilities described in 40 CFR
section 263.12 must be owned or operated by transporter
companies. Because they are owned or operated by transporter
companies, they may be required to be identified on a transporter
block (and sign a transporter's acknowledgment of delivery) when
their receipt of a' hazardous waste shipment reflects an actual
change in the custody of the shipment. Thus, where a transfer
facility is required to be identified on a transporter block, it
is because there is a delivery (with a shift of custody) to a new
transporter,- and not merely because that transporter engages in
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If, however, the transporter who in fact transports
hazardous waste to a transfer facility is understood to retain
responsibility for the waste while it is stored at a transfer
facility, there is no change in custody at the tine the waste is
placed in temporary storage at the transfer facility. In this
case, the transfer facility operator should not be identified on
an additional transporter company block (block 5 or 7), nor
should it sign a transporter acknowledgment (blocks 17 or 18)
when the waste is received at the facility. Likewise, it is
unnecessary to identify a transporter company on multiple
transporter blocks (e.g., 1 block for a transporting segment and
a 2nd block for transfer activities) if the same transporter
company conducts the activities, and there is no interruption in•
that company's custody and control. In this case, the same
transporter company is still conducting transportation related
activities throughout the period of its handling the waste
•shipment, and it would serve no purpose to require signatures to
reflect a transfer of custody to itself.
This clarification is consistent with transfer facility
guidance issued by Sylvia Lowrance on October 30, 1992. In that
detailed guidance, the Office of Solid Waste explained that the
entities and identification numbers that must appear on the
manifest correspond.to the "generator of the waste, all of the
transporters who transport the waste, and the designated
facility." As explained then, when a transporter company
transports waste to and from a transfer facility which it
operates, and the waste remains under the control of the
transporter., no separate entry specific to the transfer facility
must appear on the manifest. Thus, today's guidance expands on'
the 1992 guidance slightly, by clarifying that a transfer
facility should be identified as a transporter on the manifest
only when it is accepting custody and control of the shipment
from another transporter company that delivered the shipment to
the transfer facility.
We recommend that state programs follow this guidance to
minimize confusion and foster greater consistency under the
circumstances which you identified in your letter. I emphasize,
however, that authorized State programs generally have latitude
to impose more stringent requirements, and I am not making
specific RCRA consistency findings regarding the particular state
programs which you reference in your letter, since I do not have
sufficient information in hand about the statutes, regulations,
or interpretations affecting those states.
Transporter Rqquirtagnts an<3 mparts
Your letter also suggests that there is a potential conflict
in the transporter regulations that address imports of hazardous
waste into the U.S. As you point out, the import regulations
(Subpart F of Part 262) impose requirements on importers to
comply generally with the Part 262 generator standards, as well
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imported wastes. See 40 CFR section 262.60(a) and (b). The
latter directions require the importer to substitute its name,
address, and EPA ID number, as well as the name and address of
the foreign generator, for the generator information normally
entered on the manifest for a domestic shipment. On the other
hand, in the transporter standards of Part 263 (and also on the
printed manifest instructions), there is the direction that a
transporter of hazardous waste must assume a generator's
responsibilities under Part 262 (such as originating the
manifest), when it transports hazardous waste into the United
States from abroad. 40 CFR section 263.10(c)(1).
EPA does not believe that there is a conflict between the
generator requirements and the transporter requirements with
respect to shipments of hazardous waste from abroad. Section
263.10(c) requires transporters that transport hazardous waste
from abroad into the United States to comply with the relevant
generator requirements, i.e., the importer requirements at
section 262.60. Section 263.10(c) basically serves to cross-
reference section 262.60 requirements and is intended to indicate
that a transporter that meets section 263.10(c) conditions may be
subject to "importer" obligations.
Section 262.60 imposes certain generator requirements on
"any person who imports hazardous waste from a foreign country
into the United States." EPA has not defined "importer," but has
interpreted the term broadly to potentially include numerous
parties such as hazardous waste brokers, TSD facilities, or
transporters, among others, depending on the situation. There
could possibly be several different "importers" involved in a
particular shipment. As EPA explained in a June 25, 1985,
memorandum (attached), where there is more than one importer
involved with a shipment, EPA requires only one of the parties to
perform the section 262.60 importer duties. Therefore, in such
cases, the parties can agree among themselves (e.g., through a
contractual agreement) as to who will perform the importer
duties. (As the 1985 memo notes, however, if the designated
entity fails to perform the importer duties, all of the parties
could be subject to EPA enforcement for the failure to comply).
With respect to your Association's members, where the
transporter is one of several parties who may be importers of a
shipment, it may be helpful to have the transporter arrange with
the other parties to assume the importer responsibilities for the
entire group. This arrangement would avoid unnecessary and
duplicative compliance activities by the transporter and other
parties.
Srpcgjtad Consent to Alternate Coaicrnees in Canada.
Third, you raise a concern that there may be some .
irregularities occurring with respect to rejection by Canadian
consignees of shipments of hazardous waste originating in the
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frequently rerouted to other Canadian consignee facilities, upon
the U.S. generator and Canadian facility obtaining permission
from Environment Canada. Your letter appears to agree that this
is an expedient response to the rejection, but out of concern for
potential liabilities, you ask whether the practice conforms with
EPA's export regulations. . The regulations provide that alternate
arrangements for an exported shipment shall not proceed (except
in circumstances not relevant here), until there has been
irenotification to EPA of the proposed changes, and the exporter
has obtained an Acknowledgment of Consent to the changes from the
import country. 40 CFR section 262.53(c).
While this regulation provides the general standard for
exported shipments, transboundary movements between the United
States and Canada are governed by a specific bilateral agreement
that was executed in 1986, and amended in 1992. The 1986
agreement enables Environment Canada, under its domestic laws, to
agree to changes in the terms of a transboundary shipment,
without invoking the more formal, diplomatic process described in
the above regulation. EPA believes that this expedited form of
"consent" from Environment Canada would, as a practical matter,
satisfy the general requirements in section 262.53(c) that an
exporter obtain "consent" to proposed changes from the importing
country. Thus, the rerouting to alternate consignee facilities
in Canada, under the consent process described in your letter,
does not violate U.S. law or policy. I note, however, that the
U.S. exporter must still provide renotification to EPA of the
proposed changes, notwithstanding any expedited "consent" from
Environment Canada to the changes. We assume that these two
communications would ordinarily occur simultaneously, to avoid
unnecessary delay.
Your additional comments on the North American Manifest
concept, and the ongoing efforts to reduce the burden of the
manifest system, are acknowledged and appreciated.
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Thank you for your continuing interest in the RCRA generator
and transporter regulations. Should you need more information on
these issues, please contact Richard LaShier on 202-260-4669.
Sincerely yours,

Mich.

Office of Solid Waste
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Ann Codrington

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2200 Mill Road, Alexandria, VA 22314
ASSOCIATION OF WASTE
HAZARDOUSMATERIALS
(703)838-1703 Fax (703) 549-9570
TRANSPORTERS
'October 12, 1995


Michael Shapiro
Director	/%£&>
Office of Solid Waste
Mail Code - 5304
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
401 "M" St., SW
Washington, DC 20460
Dear Mr. Shapiro:
I am writing on behalf of the-Association of Waste Hazardous
Materials Transporters to request your interpretation of rules
concerning the Uniform Manifest.
The AWHMT is affiliated with - the American Trucking
Associations' federation. The AWHMT represents companies that
transport, by truck .and rail, waste hazardous materials,
including industrial, radioactive and hazardous wastes, in North
America. The Association is a not-for-profit organization that
promotes professionalism and performance standards that minimize
risks to the environment, public health and safety; develops
educational programs to expand public awareness about the
industry,* and contributes to the development of effective laws
and regulations governing the industry.
All members of the Association transport shipments required
to be accompanied by the Uniform Manifest. Recently, several
practices involving the processing of the Uniform Manifest and
related issues have come to our attention. Some of these
practices are potentially burdensome. Others appear to be
concxauxcUOiy. xouic Cj.cii.xf xCdtiuu of federal HI FA pclxcy on these
matters would be most appreciated.
When, if ever, must an operator of a transfer facility sicrn the •
Uniform Manifest?
At least two states are rendering different opinions about
the duty of transfer facility operators to sign the Uniform
Manifest. Texas does not want operators of transfer facilities to
sign the Uniform Manifest unless the operator also provides a
transportation segment to or from the facility, or both. In this
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case, the signature would appear in item 17 or 18 of the Uniform
Manifest . (or item 33 or 34 of the continuation sheet) .1
However, the signature would not be intended to indicate that
waste had been held in temporary, in-transit storage. Rather,
the sole purpose of the signature would be to indicate the
identify of the entity providing the actual transportation of the
'waste. On the other hand, Louisiana contends that the operator
of a transfer facility must sign the Uniform Manifest in item 17
or 18 (or item 33 or 34 of the continuation sheet)2 even if the
facility operator is or will be the transporter of record listed
on the Uniform Manifest because the facility operator provides
either the transportation segment to the facility or from the
facility. This practice could result in the same company being
listed on the Uniform Manifest three times as transporter 1, for
bringing the hazardous waste to the transfer facility, as
transporter 2, for holding the waste at the transfer facility,
and as transporter 3, for moving the waste from the transfer
facility.
We believe that the signature of the transfer facility
operator is not necessary if the operator is already listed as a
transporter on the Uniform Manifest because the facility operator
also provides the transportation segment that delivered the
hazardous waste to the transfer facility or will provide the
transportation segment removing the hazardous waste from the
facility, or both. In all cases, the Uniform Manifest chain of
custody is preserved. Conversely, we believe that the signature
of the transfer facility operator is required by federal rules on
the Uniform Manifest if the operator performs no on-vehicle
movement of the waste. In support of our position we note, that
the ability to store manifested shipments of hazardous waste at
transfer facilities for periods of ten days or less is reserved
to transporters.3 Transporters are prohibited from delivering
hazardous waste to anyone but another transporter when the waste
has not reached its designated destination.4 Beyond the letter
of the law, we believe the spirit of the law demands a
demonstrated chain of custody of all entities assuming - control of
1	By extension, information of the signatory would have
to appear in items 5 through 8 or the Uniform Manifest or items
24 through 27 of the continuation sheet.
2	By extension, information of the signatory would have
to appear in items 5 through 8 or the Uniform Manifest or items
24 through 27 of the continuation sheet.
3	4 0 CFR 263.12.
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the waste from the point of generation to the receipt at
destination.5
Who is to be listed as the "generator" on the Uniform Manifest
when hazardous waste is imported into the United States?
EPA's rules applicable to transporters provide that "[a]
transporter of hazardous waste must also comply with 40 CFR 262,
Standards Applicable to Generators of hazardous Waste, if he
transporters hazardous waste into the United States from
abroad."* The Association has always interpreted this
regulation to require the transporter providing the first segment
of travel in the United States to be listed as the "generator,"
completing items 1, 2, 4 and IS of the Uniform Manifest, as well
as being listed as. "Transporter 1" in items .7, 8 and 17.
We have always felt this policy was unfair to transporters
and attempted to raise our concerns about the equity and merit of
requiring a transporter to assume generator status simply because
travel involved a cross-border movement during the RCRA Manifest
Regulatory Negotiation (Reg/Neg) . Nothing said by EPA during
these negotiations suggested an interpretation of the rules other
than that which appears above. Regrettably, the Reg/Neg came to
closure without resolution of this matter. Rather, the final
Reg/Neg agreement provides that "[a] definition of importer will
be addressed by EPA in its work on the Basel convention, and thus
the issues raised in the manifest reg neg may be addressed in
5 In an interpretation, EPA notes that in situations
where,
"one company transports waste to and from a transfer
facility it operates, and the waste remains under the
control of the transporter, no separate EPA ID number
need be entered on the manifest specific to the
transfer facility. However, ... waste must remain
under the control of a transporter as designated on the
manifest while at a transfer facility."
It could be inferred from this statement that if the waste at a
transfer facility does not remain under the control of the
transporter which delivered or removed the waste from the site
that another transfer who has control of the waste at the
transfer facility must enter its EPA identification number.
Memorandum from Sylvia 'Lowrance, Office of Solid Waste, EPA, to
David Ullrich, Waste Management Division, EPA, October 30, 1990,
page 3.
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that forum."7
On the other hand, it was recently brought to our attention
that EPA rules at 40 CFR-262.60 appear to contradict the
requirement that the transporter assume generator status for
imports. This rule provides that:
"[w]hen importing hazardous waste, a person must meet
all the requirements of 1262.20(a) for the manifest
except that; (1) In place of the generator's name,
address and EPA identification number, the name and
address, of the foreign generator and the importer's
name, address and EPA identification number must be
used. '(2) In place of the generator's signature on the
certification statement, the U.S. importer or his agent
must sign and date the certification and obtain the
signature of the initial transporter."8
If may be in some cases that a transporter is indeed the
importer. However, in cases where the transporter is not the
importer, we do not believe the transporter should have to sign
the Uniform Manifest as implied in 40 CFR 263.10.
Mav exported loads which are rejected by the designated TSDF be
received bv another TSDF without modification of the Intent to
Export Notification?
As in the United States, shipments of hazardous waste are
rejected at foreign-based TSDFs for a variety of reasons. If
such rejection occurs in the United States, the U.S. generator is
given as option of redesignating another TSDF to receive the
waste. However, the ability of a U.S. generator to redesignate
alternate foreign-based TSDFs without providing EPA with a
renotification of the change and obtaining the receiving
country's approval appears to be prohibited. Although the Intent
to Export Notification allows the U.S. generator to designate an
"alternative consignee," if such alternative consignee is not
designated, the EPA rules provide that:
"the primary exporter must provide EPA with a written
renotification of the changes. The shipment cannot
take place until consent of the receiving country to
the changes ... has been obtained and the primary
1 - RCRA Manifest Regulatory Negotiation, Final Agreement,
page 3, item 1.3.4.
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exporter receives ari EPA Acknowledgement of Consent
reflecting the receiving country's consent to the
changes."9
It has recently come to our attention that rejected
shipments of U.S. exported hazardous waste at facilities located
"in Canada are frequently rerouted to other Canadian-based
facilities after the Canadian TSDF with the U.S. generator obtain
permission from Environment Canada. Typically, rectification
of U.S. authorities is riot made because the time delay would not
be tolerable in a transportation setting. If a renotification is
the only option for the foreign delivery of rejected shipments,
these shipments would simply be returned to the United States.
Such' unnecessary transportation incurs its own environmental
impacts. However, unless EPA is able to clarify its policy to
allow redesignation of TSDFs without renotification, more return
transportation will be the result. Not only must a transporter
and generator be concerned about possible enforcement by states
with manifest programs when discrepancies between the TSDF listed
on the Uniform Manifest and the TSDF listed on the Intent to
Export Notification are compared, but what enforcement action
might be expected from federal EPA as well.
North American Manifest
Inasmuch as this letter is devoted to Uniform Manifest
issues, we would also like to bring directly to your attention
our strong support for a North American Manifest form and system.
We believe such international cooperation is well within the
spirit of NAFTA and would surely reduce regulatory burdens on
those involved in the transboundary movement of hazardous waste.
Manifest Burden Reduction
»
We hear much these days about the "burden" of the Uniform
Manifest and the possible advantages of converting manifest
information to EDI format. While it may be technically feasible
to reduce the Uniform Manifest to EDI .transmissions, we are not
wholly convinced of the merit of such proposals. We believe a
tremendous regulatory burden would be eliminated simply by
eliminating the option for states to require their own version of
the Uniform Manifest form. At minimum, EPA manifest rules must
accomplish three objectives: establish chain of custody, provide
on-vehicle hard-copy U.S. Department of Transportation-required
information, and prohibit non-federal jurisdictions from imposing
duplicative, different or additional manifesting requirements.
We hope these are principles that you can support.
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Conclusion
These questions together with one wc submitted to your staff
on August 21, 1995 concerning the definition of "transporter" for
purposes of completing the Uniform Manifest represent Uniform
Manifest issues that have been brought to our attention in recent
months. Members of our Association do not want to be at odds
with EPA policy and rules. Your written interpretation of policy
concerning the issues raised above will be most appreciated.
Thank you for your attention to these matters. We look
forward to your reply.
Sincerely,
^CeJuia£^z> jQithlud"
Charles Dickhut	• •
Chairman

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HOTLINE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
March 1996
9462.1996(02)
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3. Generators and Designated
Transporters
In the normal course of transportation, a
designated transporter is unable to deliver a
manifested shipment of hazardous waste to the
' designated facility. To complete delivery of the
waste shipment, the transporter would like to
hire a second carrier. Must the transporter
seek the approval of the generator who _
initiated the shipment in order to make these
changes to the chain of transportation?
Yes. Choosing the sequence of
transporters that, will deliver a waste to the
designated facility is the fole responsibility of
the hazardous waste generator, and changes to
the chain of transportation require the approval
of the generator..
A properly completed manifest identifies
the full sequence of transporters that will
conduct hazardous waste to a designated
facility. The directions for the Uniform
Hazardous Waste Manifest, found in the
Appendix to 40 CFR Part 262, specifically
instruct generators to provide the name and
EPA identification number of the first
transporter (Items 5 and 6), and if necessary, of
the second transporter (Items 7 and 8). The
instructions further direct generators to use a
continuation sheet to identify additional
transporters as necessary (Item 8, Note).
The regulations for hazardous waste ,
transporters do not authorize haulers to make
unapproved changes to the chain of
transportation delineated on die manifest. In
accordance with the manifest, transporters
must deliver waste solely tq the designated or
alternate facility, the next designated
transporter, or the designated export
destination (§263.21(a)). Transporters who
cannot deliver waste according to the
generator's designation must "contact the
generator for instructions and must revise the
manifest to reflect the approved changes to the
prescribed chain of transport (§263.21(b)).
Generators alone arexesponsible for
identification of the complete chain of
transportation and must, therefore, be apprised
of and approve of all deviations from that plan.
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460
FEB 2 0 1996
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
9480.1996(01)
Barry L. Vedder	.
2014 Austin Place
Richland, WA 99352
Dear Mr. Vedder:
Thank you for your letter of January 11, 1996 requesting
clarification on several aspects of the RCRA corrective action
program. The following are responses to the four questions that
you raised in your letter:
1) Are operating RCRA TSD units (e.g., hazardous waste tank
systems, surface impoundments, etc.) considered solid waste
management units?
Yes. RCRA regulated units are defined in 40 CFR 264.90 as .
surface impoundments, waste piles, land treatment units, and
landfills that received hazardous waste after July 26, 1982.
RCRA regulated units are a subset of the universe of solid
waste management units (SWMUs).
2) Is RCRA corrective action authority applicable to such units
in the event that the unit has had a release to the
environment?
Yes. The 1984 HSWA amendments extended corrective action
authority to all solid waste management units at TSDFs which
received solid or hazardous waste at any time; as described
above, "the universe of SWMUs includes regulated units.
At the same time the HSWA corrective action provisions were
enacted, corrective action for releases to ground water from
RCRA regulated units was already provided for under 40 CFR
264 Subpart F. As specified in 264.90(a)(2), all regulated
units must be in compliance with §§264.91 through 264.100 in
lieu of §264.101 for purposes of detecting, characterizing
and responding to releases to the uppermost aquifer. In
practice, cleanup of groundwater and other contamination
(e.g., source materials or contaminated soils) at regulated
units is often accomplished under one administrative
vehicle. For example, a single Federal §3008(h) corrective
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action order, or §3 004 (u) - corrective action permit
condition, can compel cleanup of groundwater and other media
at regulated units. However, in other cases, such as when a
state is authorized for the RCRA groundwater- requirements
but not for corrective action, cleanup at a regulated unit
may be undertaken under more than one administrative
vehicle, with groundwater cleanup conducted under-a state
permit and other cleanup under a Federal corrective action
permit or order.
Regulations at 40 CFR 270.72 (b) (5) remove the reconstruction
limit at interim status facilities with regards to changes
necessary to comply with an interim status corrective action
order. If corrective action is mandated at an operating
RCRA T3D unit at an interim status facility, would changes
necessary to comply with the order be exempt from the
reconstruction limit?
Yes.- The exemption listed at 270.72(b) (5) from the
reconstruction limit applies to corrective action activities
that originate within the boundaries of an interim status
facility, including from within regulated or solid waste
management units.
Application of corrective action authority to closing TSD
units could result in significant overlap. Is it EPA's
intent that corrective action requirements be spelled out in
the closure plan for the unit, or will the closure
activities be held in abeyance pending completion of
corrective action?
EPA has long recognized the need to more effectively
integrate corrective action and'closure activities. Toward
this end, the Agency proposed a rule entitled "Standards
Applicable to Owners and Operators of Closed and Closing
Hazardous Waste Management Facilities; Post-Closure Permit
Requirement; Closure Process; State Corrective Action*
Enforcement" (59 FR 55778, November 8, 1994). In this
notice, the Agency proposed and sought comment on revisions
to the current requirements applicable to facilities with
closed and closing land disposal units, as well as revisions
to the requirements for State authorization for corrective
action. These provisions were proposed as part of the
Agency's efforts to create a consistent approach to cleanup
at RCRA facilities. EPA is completing its review of
comments on these proposed provisions and plans to proceed
with promulgation of the final rule in the near future.
The current regulations at 40 CFR Part 270.1(c) require
owners and operators of surface impoundments, landfills,
land treatment units, and waste pile units that received
wastes after July 26, 1982, or that certified closure after
January 26, 1983 to obtain a post-closure permit for-the
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those units (commonly referred to as "clean closure") - For
facilities that did not receive an operating permit, and
closed under interim status standards, this post-closure
.permit serves to impose several critical statutory and
regulatory requirements, including the requirement for
facility-wide corrective action.
At the present time, the agency does not intend that closure
activities need be held in abeyance pending completion of
corrective action activities in all cases, or that
corrective action requirements need always be specified in a
closure plan. Given the interrelationship of many closure
and corrective action activities (e.g., both closure
activities and corrective action at closing units typically
involve removal of wastes or contaminated media), the agency
encourages coordination between these activities that
results in the most effective and expedient approach to
cleanup and closure of regulated units. - This coordination
may take several forms, including specification of
corrective action activities in closure plans, concurrent
activities under closure and corrective action, or ,
incorporation of closure activities into corrective action
permits or orders. Which approach is taken depends upon
site-specific factors including state authorization, extent
of site contamination, and types of remedial activities.
I hope that this has helped to clarify the issues that you
have raised. If you have any further questions, please contact
Hugh Davis at (703) 308-8633.
Sincerely yours,
4^y
.Michael Shapiro, Director
Office of Solid Waste
cc: Dave Bartus, EPA Region X
Moses Jaraysi, Washington State Department of Ecology
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January 11,1996
Michael Shapiro
Director, Office of Solid Waste
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
401 M Street, SW 5301
Washington, DC 20460
Dear Mr. Shapiro,
The purpose of this letter is to request clarification regarding EPA's interpretation of the
RCRA corrective action authority. There seems to be some confusion in the regulated
community regarding whether this authority applies to RCRATSD units, or only to non-
TSD solid waste management units (SWMUs) at a RCRA TSD facility. This confusion
may result, in part, as a consequence of the pre-HSWA corrective action authority
applicable to "regulated units." Indeed, the regulations indicate that there may be two
corrective actions - one applicable to regulated units (including certain TSDs)
promulgated at 40 CFR 264.100 and a second corrective action for all other SWMUs
pursuant to 40 CFR 264.101. This appears to be clarified at 40 CFR 264.90(a)(2),
which imposes the standards of 40 CFR 264.101 to all SWMUs, with the requirements
of 40 CFR 264.91 through 264.100 applicable to regulated units with regards to
releases to the uppermost aquifer. The discussion at 50 Federal Register 28714 (July
15,1985) appears to support this interpretation.
In any event, your response to the following questions is requested in order to help
clarify RCRA corrective action authority as applied to RCRA TSD units:
1.	Are operating RCRA TSD units (e.g., hazardous waste tank systems,
surface impoundments, etc.) considered solid waste management units?
2.	If the answer to question 1 is "yes," does that mean that RCRA corrective
action authority is applicable to such units in the event that the unit has
had a release to the environment?
3.	Regulations at 40 CFR 270.72(b)(5) remove the reconstruction limit at
interim status facilities with regards to changes necessary to comply with
an interim status corrective action order. If corrective action is mandated
at an operating RCRA TSD unit at an interim status facility, would
changes necessary to comply with the order be exempt from the
reconstruction limit? (This question and question 4 assume that
questions 1 and 2 are answered in the affirmative.)
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4. Application of corrective action authority to closing TSD units could result
in significant overlap. Is it EPA's intent that corrective action requirements
be spelled out in the closure plan for the unit, or will the closure activities
be held in abeyance pending completion of corrective action?
Your response to these questions will enhance my understanding of EPA's
interpretation of the federal corrective action authority, f recognize that state
requirements may impose additional scope or stringency to the corrective action
requirements, and that the responses you provide will necessarily be based upon
interpretation of the federal standards of 40 CFR 264 rather than any state "add-ons."
Thank you in advance for your time and consideration on the issues raised in this
request.
Sincerely yours,
Barry L. Vedder

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1. Frequently Asked Questions on the
40 CFR Part 264/265, Subpart CC
Air Emission Standards
Are large quantity generators subject to
" the RCRA Subpart CC air emission standards
for tanks, surface impoundments, and
containers?
Yes, large quantity generators arc subject
to the Subpart CC air emission standards'if
managing hazardous waste in 90-day
accumulation units (§262.34(a)).
Does Subpart CC affect containers used
for satellite accumulation under §262.34(c)?
Subpart CC does not apply to containers
used for satellite accumulation (59 FR 62896.
62910; December 6,1994);
The Subpart CC standards do not require
the use of any specific type of equipment or
add-on control device, instead, the standards
allow owners/operators the flexibility of
choosing a control device that is best suited
for a particular wastestream (59 FR 62896,
62918; December 6,1994).
Are large quantity generators subject to
the Subpart AA and BB air emission standards
for process vents arid equipment leaks?
Yes, in addition to establishing the Subpart
CC air emission standards, the December 6,
1994, Federal Register also extended the
applicability ofSubpaits AA and BB to large
quantity generators accumulating hazardous
waste in permit-exempt units (§262.34(a».
Do the Subpart CC regulations specify the
types of control equipment that must be
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2. Removal of Hazardous Waste
. Management Unit for Subpart CC
Compliance	' '
The effective date of the 40 CFR Parts 264/
265, Subpart CC air emission standards is
June 6,1996. Owners and]or operators who
are unable to install the appropriate air
emission controls on affected tanks, surface
impoundments, and containers by the effective
date of the ride are given the opportunity to
establish an implementation schedule for the
installation of required equipment. In all
cases, owners ami!or operators must have all
, controls installed by December 8, J 997
(§265.1082). Is the removal of an affected unit
from service an acceptable means of
compliance with the Subpart CC standards?. If
so, can the owner andlor operator continue to
manage hazardous waste in the unit without
the appropriate air emission controls if he or
She is unable to remove the unit from service.
prior to the June 6,1996. provided that
. documentation of the intentions to remove the
unit from service by December 8,1997, is •
placed in an implementation schedule?
Removal of a tank, surface impoundment,
or container from service is an acceptable
means of compliance with the Subpart CC
standards. If, however, removal of the unit
does not occur before the June 6,1996,
effective date, all required air emission
controls must be installed on the unit if it ~
continues to manage hazardous waste. When it
is not possible to install the appropriate
controls by the effective date of the rule,.
owners and/or operators must prepare an
implementation schedule in accordance with
the guidelines established in §265.1082.
Preparation of an implementation schedule
is not an automatic extension to the effective , •
date of the Subpart CC standards until •
December 8,1997..' In all cases,- owners and/or
operators must document in the schedule the
reasons why required controls cannot be in
•place by the effective date and must make all
efforts to install the equipment as soon as
possible, but no later than December 8, 1997.
Thus, in order to continue managing hazardous
waste after the effective date of the air
emission requirements in a unit scheduled for
removal without the required controls, an
owner and/or operator must be able to
demonstrate why the unit cannot be removed
before June 6,1996, and why the necessary
controls cannot be installed. An
implementation schedule describing the .
removal of an affected unit must be prepared
and placed in the facility's operating record.
The owner .and/or operator can continue to
operate the unit without air emission controls
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
W® 30 1906
9483.1986(12)
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Mr. John Albert Slaughter, Jr.
Morton Thiokol, Inc.
P.O. Box 524
Brigham City, Utah 84302
Dear Mr. Slaughter:
This letter is in response to your letter of September 30,
1986, to William Kline of my staff. You requested clarification
on the applicability on the recently revised hazardous waste tank
system standards to a series of in-building floor drains and
outside-building trenches that are used to transfer wastewater
contaminated with propellant ingredients to an inground storage
tank at Morton Thiokol's Wasatch Operations.
Based on your description of the processes at the Wasatch
Operations, I would consider the floor drains as well as the
outside-building trenches that are used to transport the waste
materials to an inground tank to comprise an integrated tank
system used for the management of a hazardous waste. As is
explained below, the entire system must comply with the secondary
containment requirements of the regulations.
The system you describe appears to fit within the definition
of "tank system." In section 260.10 of the regulations, "tank
system" is defined as "a hazardous waste storage or treatment tank
and its associated ancillary equipment and containment system."
"Ancillary equipment" is defined as:
any device including, but not limited to, such
devices as piping, fitting, flanges, valves
and pumps, that is used to distribute, meter,
or control the flow of waste from its point
of generation to a storage or treatment tank....
In the system you describe, the hazardous waste is generated when
the cleaning process takes place. The in-building collection
drains and* outside-building trenches are devices used to transfer
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the hazardous waste to the tank outside the building. Accordingly,
both the collection drains and trenches are ancillary equipment
to the tank.
Alternatively, the trenches inside the building may be con-
sidered a "sump." Section 260.10 of the regulations defines
"sump" as "any pit or reservoir that meets the definition of
"tank" and those troughs and trenches connected to it that serve
to collect hazardous waste for transport to storage, treatment or
disposal facilities." "Tank" is defined at 40 CFR §260.10 as:
a stationary device, designed to contain an
accumulation of hazardous waste which is con-
structed primarily of non-earthen materials...
which provide structural support.
The inside trenches clearly fall within that, definition.
The hazardous waste tank regulations require that sumps
and tank systems meet the requirements for secondary containment
unless a variance is obtained or unless a tank or a sump is part
of a secondary containment system (see 40 CFR §§264.190(b) and
265.190(b)).
A system in which wash water from the periodic cleaning
operation is deliberately introduced into the floor drain would
need to be provided with secondary containment regardless of
whether it is a tank system or a sump system, since the system
does not qualify for the exemption for sumps or tanks that are
part of secondary containment systems.
EPA's intent to fully regulate sumps that meet the defini-
tion of "tank" in the same manner as other tanks was made clear
in the preamble of the final rule where EPA stated that ". . •,
it is EPA's intention that "hazardous, waste tank systems, including
sumps used to transport hazardous wastes, are managed in a manner
that would ensure protection of human health and the environment
(51 FR 25441).
Your interpretation that the outside-building trenches and
tanks must be managed in accordance with.the revised hazardous
waste tank system standards, is correct. These are "tank systems."
However, contrary to your understanding, we believe that the
inside-building floor drains, being a integral part of the system,
are subject to the same regulations. They are either part of a
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I hope I have adequately addressed your questions. If you
should have any further questions, please call Bill Kline or me
at (202) 382-7917.
Sincerely,
Robert W. Dellinger
Chief, Waste Treatment Branch
cc: RCRA Branch Chief
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9484.1988(03)
UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCy
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
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OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPQNSt
General Roy Goodwin
Director, Engineering Services
HQ TAC/DE
Langley AFB, Virginia 23665-5001
Dear General Goodwin:
The purpose of this letter is to inform you of the Agency's
decision regarding the outstanding sampling issues concerning
the draft delisting petition for Holloman Air Force Base (No.
D0660) to exclude from regulation as hazardous, the wastes
contained in seven on-site surface impoundments, a drainage
ditch, and two lakes. This letter also addresses ground-water
monitoring data and other delisting information requirements.
As discussed in our October 14, 1987 letter, we have
evaluated the Air Force's request to reduce the number of
samples to be collected for analysis. We agree that the large
size and volume of the impoundments, drainage ditch, and lakes
in question warrant a departure from standard delisting sampling
procedures. The sampling plans for the impoundments and lakes
should have several components. We will require an in-depth
characterization of the impoundments (labeled A through G)
because the history of waste discharge to the impoundments is
unclear and not completely documented. For the ditch that
drains impoundment wastes to Lake Holloman, you should
demonstrate that the soils in and around the ditch do not
contain contaminated residues or soils that pose a threat to the
environment. For Lakes Holloman and Stinky, we are concerned
with understanding the compositional nature of the hazardous
constituent-bearing sludges and liquids and the deposition
pattern of these residues. The sampling plan, therefore, should
focus on characterizing soils and liquids at key locations
likely to represent the greatest concentrations of contamination
that might exist in the soils, sludges, and liquids associated
with the units. The sampling required for each area is
discussed below.
Surface Impoundments
Holloman submitted analytical data that demonstrate that
the first two impoundments are known to contain concentrations
of some toxic constituents which exceed levels of concern used
in delisting decision making. As a result, we cannot delist
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concentrations of these constituents have been reduced to
acceptable levels. Please note that any dredging, clean-up, or
closure activities should be discussed with, and must be
approved by, state and regional authorities. In addition, prior
to any clean-up, you must sample and characterize the two inlet
impoundments (A&B), as discussed below, in order for us to
determine the potential effect of these impounded wastes on
subsequent impoundments.
We believe that a sampling plan for the first two impound-
ments that uses an off-set fixed grid sampling array (see Figure
1) would provide a statistically valid characterization.
Specifically, this plan requires that you collect 15 grab
samples for each acre of impoundment area. You should then
composite every five off-set samples for analysis (as
illustrated in Figure 1). For example, for impoundment A (area
equals 10.1 acres) you should collect 150 grab samples using a
fixed-grid scheme, form 30 composites, and analyze these
composites for those compounds of concern for delisting purposes
which can be accurately quantitated using appropriate SW-846
methods. We consider those hazardous constituents listed in 40
CFR Part 261, Appendix VIII and the substances listed on
Attachment A as the delisting hazardous constituent universe.
Furthermore, this office believes that the 40 CFR Part 264,
Appendix IX list is an analytically feasible subset of the
delisting constituents of concern. However, if you desire to
conduct analyses using a different subset of the hazardous
constituent universe, please contact our office prior to
conducting analyses.
For the remaining impoundments (C through G), you should
characterize the composition of the sludges .in these
impoundments and demonstrate that there are no localized areas
of sludge that contain concentrations of hazardous constituents.
We believe that the wastes are mixed as they traverse the
impoundment train; consequently, characterization of the
remaining impoundments can be achieved through a tiered sampling
approach. The goal of the first tier of sampling is to identify
the subset of hazardous constituents present in each impoundment
for subsequent analytical testing, if necessary. This process
may reduce your test list from the. delisting hazardous
constituent universe to a significantly smaller test list and
also decrease the area that will require in-depth sampling and
analysis.
Specifically, the first phase will require that you take
four grab samples per acre of impoundment in an off-set fixed
grid sampling array (see Figure 2). The four samples should
then be composited for analysis. For example, for impoundment C
(area equals 12.5 acres ) you should collect 52 grab samples and
form 13 composites for analysis. These samples must.be analyzed
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impoundments C through G, we will review the data and identify
those acres which do not "show hazardous constituents at levels
of concern. These acres will not have to be tested further.
Those acres which do show hazardous constituents at levels of
concern will have to be tested using the protocol outlined
previously for impoundments A and B (that is, 15 grabs per acre,
from an off-set fixed grid sampling array, with every five
samples composited into one sample).
Drainage Ditch
For the ditch that links the impoundment network to Lake
Holloman, we will require that you characterize the soils and
residues associated with this trench. However, we cannot detail
the minimum required sampling until you send us the following
information:
o Dimensions of the ditch (length, width, and depth);
o Flow rate of material through the ditch;
o Likelihood or documented cases of overflow? and
o Likelihood or documented cases of the ditch drying out.
Lakes Holloman and Stinky
For Lakes Holloman and Stinky, as discussed previously, the
sampling plan will be dependent on the size and nature of the
lakes. Because we do not have sufficient information describing
the dimensions of the lakes, we are unable to suggest a sampling
plan that will adequately characterize the waste in the lakes.
Therefore, pl6ase send us descriptions and diagrams of the lakes
so that we can suggest an appropriate sampling plan, including:
o Approximate length of the perimeter of the lakes.
o The distance from the influent point to points across
the lakes, including all effluent points.
o Positions of any past or present access roads that lead
to Lakes Holloman and/or Stinky.
o Positions of both the influent area to Lake Holloman
and outfall to Lake Stinky.
o The distance from Lake Stinky to the nearest well used
as a water supply (for human or livestock consumption).
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o The depth of the lakes, including specific depths near
the influent area, effluent area, and along the dam
separating Lake Holloman from Lake Stinky.
o Characterization of the flow (into and out) of Lakes
Holloman and Stinky, including flow rates and average
velocity, and how these vary throughout the year.
At this time, we anticipate that the sampling plan for
either lake will have two components. The first component will
emphasize the sampling of areas where hazardous constituents are
most likely to concentrate. The sampling will focus in the area
near the influent points to the lakes, effluent points from the
lakes, and the dam separating Lake Holloman from Lake Stinky.
In addition, you will need to sample sludges and liquids at
various points around the perimeter of both lakes, such as
inlets and other potential sites where sludge may accumulate
(see Figure 3). The second component of the sampling plan will
include sampling along five to seven radial lines emanating from
the influent areas which traverse the lakes. The samples should
be taken from random points along the length of each traverse.
The sampling'points should not be at set radial distances from
the influent-point. The actual number of samples taken will
depend jon the length of the transect and the dimensions of the
lake. We will identify the number of samples required for the
lakes when you supply us with maps or diagrams that describe the
lakes and provide the information requested above.
Ground-water Monitoring Data
During the evaluation of a delisting petition, the Agency
must determine that the waste will not pose a significant threat
to human health and the environment. We believe that assessing
the potential for constituents to migrate from the waste into
the environment is necessary to our determination. While we
typically use models in this assessment, we also view ground-
water monitoring data from an adequate system (i.e., in
accordance with 40 CFR Part 264 or 265) as important additional
information to demonstrate that the waste will not adversely
impact the ground water. As mentioned previously in our October
14, 1987 letter, you must submit the following information to
have a complete petition:
(1)	at least four quarters of ground-water monitoring test
results, and
(2)	monitoring information, including a description of the
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This information will provide useful additional information
about the past and present impact that your petitioned wastes
have had on the underlying aquifer. Your petition will not be
considered complete without this information. Further, evidence
that the units have contaminated the underlying ground-water
aquifers at concentrations which exceed levels of concern used
in delisting decision making can be used as a basis for denial
if a formal petition is submitted to the Agency.
Other Information Requirements
The information that you submitted on November 11, 1986
does not contain all of the information needed for a complete
petition. HPA has developed a guidance document, "Petitions to
Delist Hazardous Wastes — A Guidance Manual" (NTIS#
PB85-194488), that explains the information that is needed for a
complete petition. This manual can be ordered through NTIS at
5285 Port Royal Road, Sprigfield, VA 22161, (703) 487-4650.
I hope that this letter has clarified the sampling needed
to satisfy our petition requirements. If you have any questions
about these or any of the other information requirements, please
call Kevin Palmer of Science Applications International
Corporation (SAIC), (703) 821-4630, our consultant assisting in
the review of your petition, or Terry Grist of my staff at (202)
382-4782.
Attachments
Sincerely,
Terry"Groganj Chief
Variances Section
cc: Terry Boone, HAFB
Lt. Col. Warren Hull, DOD Liaison to EPA
Kevin Palmer, SAIC
Jim Kent, EPA
Terry Grist, EPA
Lee Haze, Region VI
Sam Becker, Region VI
Robert Regis, Region VI
Court Fessmeyer, Region VI
Richard Mitzelfelt, NMHED
Richard Sanderson, Office of Federal Activities

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Attachment A
CONSTITUENTS OF CONCERN (TO BE INCLUDED WITH LIST OF
CONSTITUENTS FROM 40 CFR SECTION 261 APPENDIX Villi
Constituents listed by common name
Acetone	Benzyl Alcohol
Isophorone	Vinyl Acetate
2-Nitroaniline	3-Nitroaniline
2-Methylnaphthalene	4-Metyl-2-pentatnone
Ethyl benzene	Styrene
Dibenzofuran	2-Hexanone
2-Nitrophenol	4-Chloropheny1 ethyl ether
Xylene (total)
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Figure 1. Example of Sampling and Compositing
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Figure 2. Example of First Phase Sampling for Impoundments
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
FEB 8 1996
OFFICE OF
SOU) WASTE ANO EMERGENCY
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9489.1996(01)
Mr. Chris Wentz, Coordinator
N.M. Radioactive Waste Consultation Task Force
Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department
State of New Mexico
P.O. Box 6429
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505-6429
Dear Mr. Wentz:
Thank you for your November 29,1995 letter requesting a copy of a recent EPA letter to
Senator Larry Craig of Idaho. We hope the enclosed copy will clarify for you EPA's position
with regard to the applicability of the land disposal restrictions to WIPP-destined transuranic
mixed waste.
In your letter you also ask EPA to explain several specific statements in our letter to
Senator Craig. First, you ask for an explanation for the statement that"... a No-Migration
Variance is duplicative, because the WDPP is held by other statutes to a higher standard." You
will note as you read the enclosed letter that this statement is not in our letter to Senator Craig,
and we did not argue that one set of standards was,higher or lower than the other. Our basic
point, rather, was that the RCRA no-migration determination would not significantly add to the
protection of human health and the environment if Atomic Energy Act and RCRA standards were
met.	•
The second statement you cite — that"... a demonstration of no-migration of hazardous
constituents will not be necessary to adequately protect human health and the environment." —
was included in our letter to Senator Craig, and was the basis for the position we took in the
letter. In our view, the greatest risk to human health and the environment associated with the
WIPP is posed by the radionuclide portion of the waste, and that by compliance with the
comprehensive regulatory scheme under the Atomic Energy Act (40 CFR part 191), and the
extensive WIPP Compliance Criteria (40 CFR part 194), human health and the environment will
be adequately protected from long-term releases of radionuclides and RCRA hazardous
constituents. Furthermore, to the extent that any risks during the operational phase (e.g.,
accidents) specific to hazardous wastes remain, these can be addressed through RCRA permit
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Our position can be better understood in light of the broad range of permit authority
delegated to the State of New Mexico under the RCRA permit regulations, including the 40 CFR
part 264 standards for "miscellaneous" units. These regulations contain performance standards
that allow the State of New Mexico to issue a single permit protecting human health and the
environment. For example, paragraph 264.601 of the subpart X standards require the permit to
protect against.. any releases that may have adverse effects on human health or the
environment due to migration of waste constituents to the ground water or subsurface
environment..." Paragraph 264.601 further protects human health and the environment by
requiring "[prevention of any releases that may have adverse effects on human health or the
environment due to the migration of waste constituents in surface water, or wetlands or on the
soil surface..."
Finally, you asked for documentation supporting EPA's position. Because the State must
issue a permit that provides adequate protection of human health and the environment (including
substantial equivalence to the no-migration demonstration should the State deem that reasonable),
and because of the protection afforded by the comprehensive 40 CFR part 191 standards, EPA
did not find it necessary to perform a specific risk assessment or technical analysis on this issue
defending its position.
Should you need additional information please don't hesitate to contact Chris Rhyne of my
staff at 703-308-8658.
Enclosure
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Benito Garcia, NMED
Reid Rosnick, PB
Larry Weinstock, ORIA
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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
401 M Street (MS #5301)
Washington, D.C. 20460
"Dear Mr. Shapiro:
Recently, Senator Larry Craig of Idaho introduced S. 1402, entitled the WIPP Land Withdrawal
Amendment Act. In his statement on the Senate floor about the purpose and provisions of this
legislation, Senator Craig noted the bill deletes the requirement for a No-Migration Determination
and then referenced a September 8,1995, letter he received from EPA.
He went on to say "...[EPA stated in the letter that] a No-Migration Variance is duplicative
because the WIPP is held by other statutes to a higher standard." Continuing, Senator Craig
quoted the following from the referenced EPA letter:
"A demonstration of no-migration of hazardous constituents [in the WIPP wastes]
will not be necessary to adequately protect human health and the environment."
Based on the preceding information, I am requesting your assistance in obtaining the following:
1.	A copy of the September 8, 1995 letter from EPA to Senator Craig.
2.	What specifically the author of the EPA letter was referring to when stating that WIPP "...is
held by other statutes to a higher standard." If the reference is to the disposal standards in 40
CFR Part 191, where precisely is the duplication?
3.	In reference to the statement by EPA that "...a demonstration of no-migration of hazardous
constituents will not be necessary to adequately protect human health and the environment," any
analyses, risk assessments, or other documentation supporting this contention.
In light of hearings possibly being scheduled on the Crag bill in the near future, I would greatly
appreciate anything you could do to expedite a response to the preceding request for information.
Additionally, I respectfully request that your Office, as well as the Office of Radiation and Indoor
Air, take the appropriate steps to ensure the State of New Mexico is kept apprised of all such
significant EPA correspondence concerning WIPP. Thank you.
Sincerely,	/
Chris Wentz LS
Coordinator
N.M. Radioactive Waste Consultation Task Force
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460
9489.1996(02)
JUN 1 0 1996
OFFICE OF
SOCIO WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Scott M. Churbock
Director, Environmental Affairs
Envirotrol, Inc.
432 Green Street, P.O. Box 61
Sewickley, PA 15143-0061
Dear Mr. Churbock:
Thank you for your letter of February 9, 1996 in which you
raised several issues regarding the issuance of a draft permit
for your Pennsylvania-based carbon reactivation facilities. We
address each of your concerns below.
The key issue you raised is whether the proposed use of
Envirotrol's unit to treat filtration media comparable to
activated carbon (e.g., activated alumina) would be permitted as
a thermal treatment unit or as an incinerator. In its 1991 rules
for boilers and industrial furnaces, EPA amended the definition
of "carbon regeneration unit" to indicate that these units are
not incinerators, but are to be regulated as thermal treatment
units (56 FR at 7200, February 21, 1991). The definition of a
carbon regeneration unit is "any enclosed thermal treatment
device used to regenerate spent activated carbon." Therefore,
your question is whether a device that regenerates spent?
activated carbon, but also is used to regenerate other spent
materials, can remain a "carbon regeneration unit" as defined.
EPA does not interpret the definition to require a
regeneration device to be used exclusively to regenerate spent
activated carbon. The literal language of the definition
contains no such exclusivity requirement. The purpose of the
revised definition was to clarify that carbon regeneration units
were classified as other thermal treatment units rather than as
incinerators, a 'purpose which would not be well served by
interpreting the definition to require exclusive regeneration of
spent carbon, since this would result in more regeneration
devices being classified as incinerators. Therefore, we believe
that a device which regenerates hazardous wastes other than a
spent activated carbon can be a carbon regeneration unit.
However, the Agency further interprets the provision to
require that a carbon reactivation unit be used primarily to
regenerate spent activated carbon, and that its other hazardous
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waste regeneration activities be similar. Regeneration means
restoring the hazardous waste material to its original use (for
example, restoring spent activated carbon to a usable activated
carbon). This interpretation is based on the language of the
definition: the device, after all, must be a carbon regeneration
unit.
We will recommend to the permitting authority that it review
your proposed activity to determine if it may be classified as a
carbon regeneration unit under the above interpretation and
thereby permitted under part 264, Subpart X authority. The
permitting authority should review each of the proposed
filtration media, including spent activated carbon, to determine
whether the media is treated by regeneration. It will also be
important to determine whether the current permit conditions and
treatment standards adequately address these additional
materials, or whether additional testing or permit modifications
would be needed. The permitting authority would make a final
determination based on the particular facts presented in the
permit application.
You also expressed concern about the potential delay of your
permit due to uncertainty about the regulatory status of the
unit. We do not believe there has been an undue delay in the
preparation and notice of the IPA thermal treatment permit for
this facility. It is our understanding that EPA Region III
prepared and issued for comment a draft permit to Invirotrol on
March 19, 1996. This draft permit (prepared in only 19 days)
contains permit conditions designed to protect the community in
which Envirotrol operates.
Please note that in the April 2, 1996, letter from
W. Michael McCabe to Senator Rick Santorum, EPA Region III
deferred to EPA Headquarters the final interpretation of the
regulations given the need for national consistency and the
precedent-setting nature of the interpretation. As such, this
letter is intended to clarify EPA*s position on the matter. We
plan to make this letter widely available to states, industry,
and environmental interests so that they too may be informed of
our opinion on this topic.
I hope we have addressed all of your concerns with respect
to these issues. If you need any further assistance, please
contact Val de la Fuente, Permits and State Programs Division, at
(703) 308-7245.	'
Sincerely yours
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
9497.1996(01)
JUN | Q 1996
. OFF ICE OP
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Mr. Christopher Bryant
The Technical Group, Inc.
13001 Street, NW
Suite 1000 West
Washington, DC 20005
Dear Mr. Bryant:
Thank you for your letter of March 14,1996 regarding the applicability of 40 CFR
Section 266.80 to the management of spent lead-acid batteries that are destined for reclamation.
Specifically, you request the regulatory status of spent lead-acid batteries in the following
situation:
A truckload ofspent lead-acid batteries is shipped to a secondary lead smelter for reclamation.
The truck arrives at the secondary lead smelter, where it is weighed The truck remains on site
at the smelter for less than 24 hours and the batteries remain on the truck Nothing is done to
the batteries while they remain on site in the truck The truck then is driven to an off-site
warehouse where the batteries are stored for 30 days before they are shipped back to the smelter
for reclamation.
Based on the information provided in this scenario, it appears that the spent lead-acid
batteries remain exempt under 40 CFR Section 266.80. This section applies to "persons who
reclaim (including regeneration) spent lead-acid batteries that are recyclable materials ("spent
materials"). Persons who generate, transport, or collect spent batteries, who regenerate spent
batteries, or who store spent batteries but do not reclaim them (other than spent batteries that are
to be regenerated) are not subject to regulation under parts 262 through 266 or part 270 or 124
...." This exclusion does not apply to leaks and discharges from lead-acid batteries. Materials
generated from a leak or discharge become newly generated wastes and, as such, are subject to a
hazardous waste determination.	«
Please be aware that under Section 3006 of RCRA (42 U.S.C. Section 6926) individual
States can be authorized to administer and enforce their own hazardous waste programs in lieu of
the Federal program. When States are not authorized to administer their own program, the
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appropriate EPA Regional office administers the program and is the appropriate contact for any
case-specific determinations. Please also note that under Section 3009 of RCRA (42 U.S.C.
Section 6929) States retain authority to promulgate regulatory requirements that are more
stringent than Federal regulatory requirements.
I hope that this letter sufficiently responds to your questions and concerns. If you have
any further questions or comments, please contact Kristina Meson of my staff at (703) 308-8488.
Sincerely yours,
Michael Shapiro, Director
Office of Solid Waste

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE ANO EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
9498.1996(01)
The Honorable Bill Emerson
United States House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. 20515
Dear Congressman Emerson:
Thank you for your letter of January 30, 1996 to
Administrator Browner in which you expressed your concerns about
application of the omnibus permit authority and site-specific
risk assessments as part of the Environmental Protection Agency1s
(EPA's) Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combustion Strategy.
You expressed concern that the Agency has imposed permit
conditions without the benefit of defined regulatory standards
that have been subject to a formal review under the
Administrative Procedure Act, and that the Combustion" Strategy
itself was not authorized by Congress. As you know, the omnibus
provision was authorized by Congress under Section 3005(c)(3) of
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. The codification of
this provision at 270.32(b)(2) followed the Administrative
Procedure Act. The use of the omnibus authority in implementing
the Combustion Strategy is consistent with the original intent of
the statute and regulations.
The Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combustion Strategy
consists of a compilation of EPA's goals, policies, and
activities in areas such as permitting, combustion standards, and
waste minimization. Each activity conducted under this Strategy
rests on its own proper legal authority under RCRA and, in one
case, the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
The Strategy itself does not impose regulatory requirements,
but is a policy statement .expressing how the Agency plans to
exercise its discretionary functions under RCRA in the future.
Specifically, the Strategy sets out EPA's permitting priorities
and recommends procedures for ensuring that individual permits
meet RCRA's mandate to protect human health and the environment.
As such, the Strategy does not require its own separate legal
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authorization from Congress. As noted above, each independent
activity undertaken as part of the overall Strategy (e.g.,
updated technical standards, individual permitting decisions,
waste minimization plan) has been and will continue to be
carefully scrutinized to make sure that.the legal basis for any
action is clear, and that all appropriate procedures are followed
(including public notice-and-comment for all rulemaking's and for
each individual permit action).
A number of people have expressed concerns about the time
and resources to perform risk assessments, based on the cost of
the assessment that is being done for the WTI incinerator in East
Liverpool, Ohio. It is important to recognize that the risk
assessment guidance developed pursuant to the Combustion Strategy
does not involve the extensive evaluation being done for the WTI
facility. The level of detail of that assessment is not the'
norm, but rather was due to site-specific factors, as well as to
the fact that this assessment was an early effort which was
expected to help refine future risk assessments. On the other
hand, with appropriate emissions data the screening analysis
outlined in EPA's risk assessment guidance can generally be
completed in a fairly short time at a cost of less than $50,000,
although more detailed analysis for a specific site may be
considered by the permitting authority depending on site-specific
conditions. The regulations already require hazardous waste
combustors to perform trial burns to demonstrate compliance with
the emissions standards; collection of the additional emissions
data needed for a risk assessment generally amounts to a small
percentage cost increase. EPA would like to minimize the burden
associated with these risk assessments to the extent possible,
and we are currently discussing ways' to further standardize and
focus the assessments.
We understand there may be some frustration with changes to
the models used for risk assessments. However, the Agency
believes it is important to continuously improve its air quality
models and to make improved modeling tools available to the
public. It is not the Agency's policy, however, to require that
a particular model be used. Instead, that decision is generally
made on a case-by-case basis by the permit applicant in
consultation with the permitting authority. This approach allows
flexibility to decide, for example, that once the risk assessment
protocol for a site is approved by the permitting authority, no
further changes will be made unless agreed to by the applicant
and the permitting authority.
You expressed concern that these risk assessments are
unjustified. The Agency policy that the permitting process for
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available since the time that the current regulations for
incinerators and BIFs (boilers and industrial furnaces) were
issued. This information indicates there can be significant
risks from indirect exposure pathways (i.e., pathways other than
direct inhalation, such as through the food chain). This key
portion, and in many cases the.largest component, of the risk
from hazardous waste combustor emissions was not fully taken into
account when the hazardous waste combustion emissions standards
were developed.
For this reason, the "omnibus" requirement to protect human
health and the environment comes into play. Permit writers must
determine on a site-specific basis what, if any, additional
permit conditions are necessary to assure that these additional
risks are not above acceptable levels. . Multipathway site-
specific risk assessments provide the information and logical
decision-making process needed in making such determinations.
We agree that combustion, when well-designed and well-
operated, is one of the safest and most effective methods for
treating hazardous waste; however, we do not believe that
performing risk assessments "threatens" this technology. Rather,
by performing risk assessments, EPA and the authorized states are
able to set appropriate emission limitations in permits to keep
risks below maximum acceptable levels. We believe that assuring
the public that hazardous waste combustors are operating in a
protective fashion is good for the industry as well as for public
health.
Thank you for your interest in this important area.
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9498.1996(02)
OFFICE OF
SOL© WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
The Honorable Harold L. Volkmer
United States House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. 20515
Dear Congressman Volkmer:
Thank you for your letter of February 27, 1996 to
Administrator Browner in which you raise concerns about the
Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) hazardous waste
combustion program.
You expressed concerns about: (1) why the Agency is
pursuing development of maximum achievable control technology
(MACT) standards for cement kilns given the results of the Texas
Natural Resources Conservation Commission (TNRCC) study showing
that kilns in Texas pose minimal health risk and given that the
National Academy of Sciences (NAS) has not yet completed a study
of the health effects of hazardous waste combustion; (2) why the
Agency has grouped cement kilns and incinerators together in
developing MACT standards; (3) why the Agency did not distinguish
between wjet and dry kilns in developing MACT standards; (4) why
the Agency established feedrate limits for cement kilns under the
MACT standards; and (5) why the Agency is requiring cement kilns
to conduct expensive site-specific risk assessments using
scientifically unproven methods. I want to address each question
you raise.
Risk Posed bv Cement Kilns
Notwithstanding the results of the TNRCC study, our analyses
show that emissions of dioxins and furans (D/F) from cement kilns
(and other hazardous waste combustors) can pose significant
health risk. The range of carcinogenic risk for subsistence
farmers and subsistence fishers can exceed 1 in 100,000. The
health risk posed by a particular kiln is a function of the
emissions from that kiln and site-specific exposure factors.
Although the health risk from emissions from cement kilns in the
Midlothian, Texas, area may not be significant, this may not be
the case nationwide.
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In addition, we believe that hazardous waste combustors
(HWCs) nay represent about 9% of total anthropogenic D/F
emissions in the U.S, and about 4% of total Mercury (Hg)
emissions. Both are highly toxic and bioacculmulative
pollutants, and Congress singled out both fclr> priority MACT
control under Section 112(c)(6) of the Clean Air Act. The
Agency's MACT rule that is under development would reduce dioxin
and furan emissions from hazardous waste combustors by 98% and
mercury emissions by 80%.
We believe that there is ample evidence of the potential
health risk from HWCs and that it would be inappropriate to delay
the rulemaking. Stakeholders should have the opportunity to
review and comment on the proposed MACT rules. We also note that
the Agency has entered into a settlement agreement to propose the
MACT rule for HWCs by February 20, 1996. Although we have missed
that deadline, we are committed"to moving forward with the rule
as quickly as possible.
Finally, the settlement agreement deadline does not allow
the Agency to wait for the results of the NAS study on the health
effects of hazardous waste combustion. The Agency will, of
course, factor the results of the study into our final rulemaking
to the extent legally and technically appropriate. In doing so,
we will be mindful as well of the legal deadlines for
promulgation of the final rule.
Grouping of Cement Kilns with Incinerators
The Agency is not proposing to group cement kilns with
incinerators for purposes of developing MACT standards. This
misconception may stem from a May 1994 report the Agenc^ released
(Combustion Emissions Technical Resource Document) in which the
Agency pooled emissions data from all hazardous waste combustors.
We are no longer pursuing that approach.
Subdividing Wet and Drv. Cement Kilns
The Agency agrees that it is appropriate to consider
subdividing cement kilns by process type: wet versus dry process
kilns. We have investigated MACT standards for wet versus dry
kilns and plan to invite comment on subdivided standards. Based
on public comment and further analysis, we could promulgate
subdivided standards.
Feedrate Limits for Cement Kilns •
The Agency is not proposing limits on the feedrate of metals
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metals and chlorine in hazardous waste along with emission
control equipment as valid emission control techniques in
identifying KACT standards. This is because both feedrate of
metals and chlorine as well as collection efficiency of the
control device affect emissions. A source would be able to
comply with the emission standard using any ^approach it chose,
however, including any combination of feedrate control and
emission control equipment considered most cost-effective.
Finally, we note that we have considered as MACT control the
feedrate of metals and chlorine only in the hazardous waste, and
not in fossil fuel and raw materials.
Site-Specific Risk Assessments
As you note, the Agency is using the omnibus permit
authority to ensure that site-specific risk assessments are
conducted because it is concerned that its existing emission
standards for HWCs are not adequately protective given that they
consider exposure via direct inhalation only. For highly toxic
and bioaccumulative pollutants such as dioxins and mercury,
exposure via indirect pathways (e.g., the food chain) can pose
much greater.health risk.
You recommend that the Agency abandon the use of omnibus
permit authority and adopt an approach to address these
additional health risk concerns based on administrative notice
and rule-making. As you know, however, the omnibus provision was
authorized by Congress under Section 3005(c)(3) of the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act. The codification of this
provision at 40 CFR §270.32(b)(2) followed the Administrative
Procedure Act. The use of the omnibus authority to address
potential health risk concerns not contemplated by the current
regulations is consistent with the original intent of thp statute
and regulations. In addition, whenever the Agency invokes the
omnibus permit authority, the permit official provides
opportunity for comment by affected stakeholders and responds to
those comments. Further, the permit official must justify in the
administrative record supporting the permit any decisions based
on use of omnibus permit authority. Finally, we anticipate that
the need for site-specific risk assessments will be reduced once
the MACT rules are promulgated. We believe this is another
reason to proceed with the MACT rulemaking as quickly as
possible.
You indicate that site-specific risk assessments are costly.
Although risk assessments can be costly, we believe it is
important to minimize the burden associated with these
assessments to the extent possible. To that end, we have issued
draft guidance which includes a screening methodology that can
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emissions data are collected. Although more detailed analysis of
a specific site may be considered by the permitting authority,
depending on site-specific conditions, extensive analysis is
expected to be the exception rather than the rule. In addition,
we are currently discussing ways to further standardize and focus
the assessments.	v •
Finally, you expressed concern that the risk assessments use
scientifically unproven methods. Although the Agency's draft
methodology for assessing risk associated with indirect exposure
to combustor emissions is currently undergoing review by our
Science Advisory Board (SAB), we believe it is appropriate to
continue using the methodology in the interim. We have the
responsibility to make the best decisions possible using the best
tools available at the time. Moreover, as discussed above,
permit officials will respond to all comments on a case-specific
basis when using the risk assessment methodology under the
omnibus permit authority. After comments from the SAB and others
have been received and evaluated, the Agency will prepare the
document in final form.
Thank you for your interest in minimizing the burden
associated with managing the, risks from HWCs. I assure you that
EPA's goal is to achieve health and environmental protection at
the least burden possible to the regulated community and to
implementing agencies.
The Agency has been working on this complicated rulemaking
for three years. The issues are complicated, and as noted above,
there are a number of misconceptions about the Agency's approach
to developing .the standards. Stakeholders such as the American
Lung Association are urging the Agency to propose the standards
as quickly as possible. I believe that it will benefit everyone
concerned (and help us meet our legal obligation) to get the
proposed rule on the street as soon as possible and to engage in
informed communication on what is appropriate and what needs to
be revised.
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Given these flaws and the availability of important new information, I urge EPA not
to go forth with its current proposal. Even a proposed rule with flaws can have
serious negative regulatory impacts and will be difficult to correct. I would
appreciate a response as to why the proposal cannot be delayed and how the flaws
identified in the draft proposal are to be remedied.
On a final note, I want to voice my great concern regarding the Agency's continued
use of omnibus permit authority to require interim status facilities to conduct costly
and scientifically unproven indirect risk assessments.
While current regulations cover direct exposures, it is the Agency's view that permit
writers have unlimited and open-ended discretion to determine when and by whom
these scientifically unproven risk assessments must be performed, all without the
benefits of peer-reviewed regulatory guidance. As a result, companies in my
district may be required to spend millions of dollars conducting indirect risk
assessments based on arbitrary and unknown standards, which may result in plant
closures and job loss.
I strongly urge the Agency to abandon the systematic use of omnibus permit
authority in this manner and adopt a reasoned approach, based on administrative
notice and rule-making, with regard to the criteria for and proper use of indirect
risk assessments.
Thank you in advance for help on this matter.
Sincerely,
Harold L. Volkmer
Member of Congress
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460
9498.1996(03)
Mr. David Gossman
President
Gossman Consulting, Inc.
45W962 Plank Road
Hampshire, minois 60140
Dear Mr. Gossman:
Thank you for your letters of February 7,1996 and February 21,1996 to Administrator
Browner in which you raise a number of issues regarding the ability of a boiler or industrial
furnace (BIF) burning hazardous waste to spike metals and also to use test data in lieu of
performing a trial burn. We address each of your issues below.
In regard to testing and trial burns involving the spiking of toxic metals, the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), at the time of promulgation of the BIF regulations, did
not envision that facilities would seek permits to burn higher levels of toxic metals than they •
routinely accept in hazardous waste. We do not believe a facility should burn high levels of toxic
metals during a trial burn, other compliance tests, or normal operations if this creates potential
worker safety and health risks. Furthermore, our regulations do not require feeding metals at
unsafe levels during trial burns or compliance tests. We would be concerned if they were
interpreted in such a way, since feeding extremely high levels of metals is an environmentally un-
sound practice because metals are not destroyed by combustion but merely partitioned to the ash
or the product or emitted to the air. EPA has previously addressed the issue of burning waste
fuels with high metals content in boilers and industrial furnaces in the enclosed letter to Mr.
Joseph A. Kotlinski of Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc. However, if you still feel that
high levels of spiking are necessary in certain specific cases, we would be willing to discuss with
you alternative approaches in order to avoid or minimize this type of spiking.
The Agency's concerns with respect to potential health risks from metals being fed in
hazardous waste, as well as from organic emissions, were the major reasons EPA developed its
Strategy for Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combustion (Combustion Strategy). This
concern was brought on by the realization that the BIF rule primarily addressed the risk from
inhalation and did not directly address risks by indirect exposure pathways. As a result, the
Combustion Strategy recommends that toxic metals burned in a hazardous waste combustor
should be addressed in a multi-pathway risk assessment, using the omnibus requirements of
Section 3005(cX3) of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) (40 CFR
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You also express concern about the infrequent use of "data in lieu of a trial bum and/or
compliance test" (40 CFR, §§270.22(a)(6), 266.103(c)(3), and 270.66(d)(2)). The purpose of
these provisions is to allow the use of test data from one unit as a substitute for conducting a trial
bum or compliance test for a similar unit. The Office of Solid Waste has no specific guidance
materials on the use of these provisions other than the regulations themselves. Decisions to allow
data in lieu of a trial bum are made on a site-specific basis by the appropriate permitting authority
after considering a number pf complex factors, e.g., the size of the device, the configuration of the
device, the type of waste burned, etc. However, especially where multi-pathway risk assessments
are conducted, one might anticipate that permit writers would be less likely to accept data in lieu
of a trial bum except in cases where the wastes and the combustion device with its associated
control systems are almost the same. (This issue was previously addressed in the transcript of the
Chemical Manufacturing Association/Environmental Protection Agency (CMA/EPA) Boilers and
Industrial Furnaces (BEF) Workshop of March 29-30,1994. This transcript was supplied to you
as part of the response to your February 21,1995 FOIA request.). We do not keep national data
on requests and approvals, but do know that some Regional offices and states have approved the
use of "data in lieu of trial burns and/or compliance tests" in the past. Additionally, in some cases
where approvals were granted, the permittee elected to conduct the tests anyway.
Finally, your letters, at least in our reading of them, seem to indicate some confusion as to
the purpose of the provisions allowing data in lieu of trial burns and compliance tests. The "data-
in-lieu of provisions were not generally intended to allow elimination of requirements for
retesting at a facility, since the purpose of retesting is to ensure the facility remains in compliance
over time as the unit ages. Therefore, it is difficult to envision a scenario where using earlier test
data gathered prior to the most recent permitting term or most recent period of compliance would
be appropriate as a substitute for a retest.
I hope I have addressed all your concerns with respect to these issues. If you have any
additional questions, please contact Dwight Hlustick or Bob Holloway at (703) 308-8647 and
(703) 308-8461 respectively.
Sincerely,

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
9498.1996(04)
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE ANO EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Neil J. Carman, Ph.D.
Director, Clean Air Programs	,
Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club
P.O. Box 1931
Austin, Texas 78767
Dear Dr. Carman:
Thank you for your letter of March 14, 1996 to
Administrator Browner regarding our proposed maximum achievable
control technology (MACT) rulemaking for hazardous waste
combustors (HWCs).
We agree that improperly designed hazardous waste
incinerators and cement and lightweight aggregate kilns burning
hazardous waste can pose a hazard to human health and the
environment. Furthermore, the Environmental Protection Agency's
(EPA's) current regulations may not be protective in all
cases. Accordingly, you may have already heard that
Administrator Browner signed the proposed MACT rule for these
devices on March 20, 1996. We believe that the proposed rule
would establish tough emission standards for dioxin, mercury,
and lead, in particular.
Regarding EPA's cement kiln dust (CKD) regulatory
activities, the Agency remains committed to developing tailored
regulations in conjunction with existing authorities. The Agency '
identified risks resulting from CKD and industry management
practices. These risks were noted in EPA's Regulatory
Determination for CKD, Federal Register 7366 (1995) as well as in
correspondence previously sent to you dated July 25, 1995.
Accordingly, EPA's decision affects all CKD, regardless of the
type of fuel burned in the cement manufacturing process. In
making its decision, the Agency conducted an objective analysis
of the data at its disposal, as set forth in RCRA §8002(o). EPA
has no information to suggest that the CKD metals concentration
data considered in the Report to Congress* reflect anything but
routine industry practice.
The Agency considered Certificate of Compliance (CoC) data
from cement kilns burning hazardous waste. During the CoC test
burns, kilns document compliance with emissions standards while
adding (i.e., spiking) metals in the feed in excess of normal
levels to ensure that limits on operating conditions
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provide adequate operational flexibility. CKD metal
concentration data, as described in the Report to Congress, shows
metals concentrations in managed CKD at levels significantly
below those levels reported in the CoC reports. The samples of
managed CKD were composites of recently managed dust (0-6 months
old) collected from on-site piles. Hence, we believe the
available data shows that cement facilities are not routinely
burning wastes with metals concentrations at or near their BIF
permit limits (i.e., CoC levels). However, even if metals
concentration levels in CKD are significantly affected by
hazardous waste burning, BIF regulations under 40 CFR §266.112
prohibit CKD from exceeding our health-based limits.
EPA's CKD regulatory program will be risk-based, flexible
and tailored to site-specific conditions. It will provide
environmental protection at a reasonable cost and avoid over-
regulation. Please be assured that in developing the program,
the Agency will work with all interested parties, including
states and local citizen groups, to achieve a protective,
efficient, common sense standard.
Finally, you expressed concern about the impacts of area-
wide emissions from HWCs clusters. In addition to upgrading the
current HWC emission standards under the MACT rulemaking, the
Agency will continue to use the omnibus permit authority (under
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) as warranted to
ensure protection of human health and the environment on a site-
specific basis. Evaluating the risk from multiple HWCs in a
particular area is an example of how we would continue•to use
omnibus authority to determine if the national MACT standards
need to be adjusted on the local level.
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Thank you for sharing your concerns with us. We hope you
will be able to take advantage of the opportunity to comment on
the proposed MACT rules.
Sincerely yours

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
9498.1996(05)
The Honorable John Ashcroft
United States Senate
OFFICE OF
SOL 10 WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
• Washington, D.C. 2.0510-2504
Dear Senator Ashcroft:
Thank you for your letter of April 18, 1996 to
Administrator Browner, in which you expressed your concerns
about the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Hazardous
Waste Minimization and Combustion Strategy and our application
of the omnibus permit authority and site-specific risk
assessments as part of this Combustion Strategy.
You expressed concern with the Agency's policy that the
permitting process for hazardous waste combustion facilities
should include a site-specific risk assessment. This policy is
based on new information which became available since the time
that the current regulations for incinerators and BIFs (boilers
and industrial furnaces) were issued. This information indicates
there can be significant risks from indirect exposure pathways
(i.e., pathways other than direct inhalation, such as through the
food chain). This key portion, and in many cases the largest
component, of the risk from hazardous waste combustor emissions
was not fully taken into account when the hazardous waste
combustion emissions standards were developed.
For this reason, the "omnibus" requirement to protect human
health and the environment comes into play. Under Section 3005
of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Regional or
State permit writers must determine on a site-specific' basis
what, if any, additional permit conditions are necessary to
assure that these additional risks are not above-acceptable
levels. Multipathway site-specific risk assessments provide the
information and logical decision-making process needed in making
such determinations.
You also expressed concern that the Agency has imposed
permit conditions without the benefit of defined regulatory
standards that have been subject to a formal review under the
Administrative Procedure Act, and that the Combustion Strategy
itself was not authorized by Congress. As you know,.the omnibus
provision was authorized by Congress under Section 3005(c)(3) of
the RCRA. The codification of this provision at 40 CFR
270.32(b)(2) followed normal procedures under the Administrative
Procedure Act. The use of the omnibus authority in implementing
the Combustion Strategy is consistent with the original intent of
the statute and regulations.
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The Hazardous Waste Minimization and Combustion Strategy
consists of a compilation of EPA's goals, policies, and
activities in areas such as permitting, combustion standards, and
waste minimization. Each activity conducted under this Strategy
rests on its own proper legal authority under RCRA and, in one
case, the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
The Strategy itself does not impose regulatory requirements,
but is a policy statement expressing how the Agency plans to
exercise its discretionary functions under RCRA in the future.
Specifically, the Strategy sets out EPA's permitting priorities
and recommends procedures for ensuring that individual permits
meet RCRA's mandate to protect human health and the environment.
As such-, the Strategy does not require its own separate legal
authorization from Congress. As noted above, each independent
activity undertaken as part of the overall Strategy (e.g.,
updated technical standards, individual permitting decisions,
waste minimization plan) has been and will continue to be
carefully scrutinized to make sure that the legal basis for any
action is clear, and that all appropriate procedures.are followed
(including public notice and comment for all rulemakings and for
each individual permit action).
Your letter also conveyed your concern about the time and
resources needed to perform the risk assessment that is being
done for the WTI incinerator in East Liverpool, Ohio. However,
it is important to recognize that the risk assessment guidance
developed pursuant to the Combustion Strategy does not involve
the extensive evaluation being done for the WTI facility. The
level of detail of that assessment is not the norm, but rather
was due to site-specific factors, as well as to the fact that
this assessment was an early effort which was expected to help
refine future risk assessments. On the other hand, with
appropriate emissions data the screening analysis outlined in
EPA's risk assessment guidance can generally be completed in a
fairly short time at a cost of less than $50,000, althou'gh more
detailed analysis for a specific site may be considered by the
permitting authority depending on site-specific conditions. The
regulations already require hazardous waste combustors to perform
trial burns to demonstrate compliance with the emissions
standards; collection of the additional emissions data needed for
a risk assessment generally amounts to a small percentage cost
increase. EPA would like to minimize the burden associated with
these risk assessments to the extent possible, and we are
currently discussing ways to further standardize and focus the
assessments.
We continue to believe that risk assessments are valuable in
assuring that combustors are operating in a protective fashion.
For example, WTI brought their risk down into its current range
by significantly reducing.their dioxin emissions in response to
EPA's Combustion Strategy and preliminary risk assessment efforts
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implement the Combustion Strategy. Further, it is important to
point out that the encouraging draft risk assessment results for
WTI do not mean that similar assessments are unnecessary at all
other facilities. While WTI's total organic emissions (about 0.2
parts per million) are relatively low, in the past some
combustors have emitted up to 400 parts per million and thus may
pose a higher risk.
The following responses are provided for your detailed
questions:
1)	The Agency's May, 1994, Draft Trial Burn Guidance has
not been reviewed by the Science Advisory Board. However, the
EPA has. received formal comments from two sources with respect to
the trial burn guidance. The first set were from the
Environmental Technology Council (ETC) and second were from the
Industrial Working Group (IWG). The IWG consists of
representatives of a number of industry trade groups who took
part in the Industry Technical Workshop on EPA Trial Burn
Guidance on November 14 and 15, 1994. The IWG consists of the
following organizations: ETC, Chemical Manufacturers Association,
Cement Kiln Recycling Coalition, Waste Minimization & Combustion
Coalition, and the Coalition for Responsible Waste Incineration.
The Agency has been working to incorporate these comments into
the guidance document as well as to address concerns identified
by the Agency itself, and we hope to publish an update to the
guidance in the next 3-4 months.
2)	EPA has been working to improve the models it uses to
evaluate dispersion and deposition from combustion sources. The
Agency recognized in 1993 that the available models were in need
of improvement and thus in 1994 released to the user community
for comment a draft version of a revised model. Allowing the
user community to test important software components as part of
the development process has become standard practice in the
field, and therefore, is also practiced by EPA. The revised
model was finalized in 1995. We understand there may be some
frustration with changes to the models used for risk assessments.-
However, the Agency believes it is important to continuously
improve its air quality models and to make improved modeling
tools available to the public. It is not the Agency's policy,
however, to require that a particular model be used. Instead,
that decision is generally made on a case-by-case basis by the
permit applicant in consultation with the permitting authority.
This approach allows flexibility to decide, for example, that
once the risk assessment protocol for a site is approved by the
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3)	In performing a site-specific risk assessment using the
Office of Solid Waste methodology, the permitting authority or
the facility generally first performs a screening analysis' which,
as mentioned earlier, costs $50,000 or less. Only facilities
which do not pass the conservative screen need to go on to
perform a more detailed assessment. Due to the variety of
circumstances under which detailed assessments were performed
over the past few years by facilities, EPA Regions, and
authorized states, it is very difficult to accurately estimate an
average cost in workdays. In general, the regulated facilities
do not share their cost information associated with performing
risk assessments. Therefore, we do not have sufficient data to
provide you with an average cost for a regulated facility. With
respect.to EPA Regions and authorized states, we estimate that
the effort required for the permitting authority to review a
direct and indirect risk assessment performed by a regulated
facility ranges from 3 to 25 workdays. The effort required by an
EPA Region or authorized state to perform a direct and indirect
risk assessment ranges from 100-700 workdays. We expect that
cost to a facility performing a risk assessment would likely be
similar to that for a Region or state. The wide range in
workdays in these estimates is due to factors such as whether the
work was performed by agency staff or by contractors (contractor
workday levels tend to be higher than in-house workday levels);
the level of detail of the assessment; and the complexity of the
facility.
4)	The enclosed chart is provided in response to your
request for a list of facilities where site-specific risk
assessments are being conducted and the types of findings that
have been made in those cases where omnibus authority has been
invoked.
Thank you for your interest in this important area.
Sincerely yours
, Michael] Shapiro, Director
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JOHN ASHCRQFT
MtSSOUIH
United States Senate
'	WASHINGTON, DC 20510-2504
*-ma^ehi>4iheron#Hlwwft,Mv	April 18, 1996
Carol Browner, Administrator
Environmental Protection Agency
401 M Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20460
. Dear Administrator Browner
I am writing to ask the Agency to conduct a thorough review of the Combustion Strategy
Program. The Agency has defended the Combustion Strategy by suggesting that it is merely a
policy statement which does not impose regulatory, requirements. Notwithstanding this claim,
. •. theAgency continues to implement the Combustion Strategy by relying almost exclusively on
the omnibus permit authority under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) to
require interiHM(aiii^t»mb&ion facilities to 1) conduct expensive and scientifically-unproven,
open-ended direct and-indirect risk assessments and 2) impose permit conditions without the
benefit of defined regulatory standards that have been subject fo a formal review process under
the Administrative Procedures Act (APA).
Given the need to get more out of existing Agency resources, it appears that the Agency
would be well served to thoroughly review the Combustiph Strategy in light of recent reports
that the Agency's own risk assessment at the controversial WIT incinerator site in Liverpool,
Ohio, after years of work and the expenditure of millions of private and public sector dollars,
found that the average total cancer risk for the entire facility was one-miUion-tOHone. Please
review the following questions and respond in writing at your earliest convenience:
1)	Since its release in May 1994, has the Agency's Draft Trial Bum Guidance been
subject to review by the Science Advisory Board?	,
2)	Is it true that the Agency has. issued three different risk assessment/disposition
models for the Combustion Strategy in the last 24 months?
3)	How much does the average direct and indirect risk assessment cost a) the regulated
facility, and b) the Agency, in terms of man/hours?
-4) Please supply me with a list of facilities that the Agency is requiring to comply with
the draft protocols, and dds
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
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MAY 2 3 1995
9498.1996(06)
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
.
Thank you for your letter of April 19, 1996 to
Administrator Browner regarding the Environmental Protection
Agency's (EPA's) implementation of the Hazardous Waste
Minimization and Combustion Strategy and related combustion
matters. We appreciate your continued interest in this most
important area. Following are our responses to your questions:
1) What is the legal and scientific justification for requiring
interim combustion facilities to perform indirect exposure risk
assessments in view of the fact that the protocols recommended by
EPA for conducting these assessments have not been peer reviewed?
The Agency's policy that the permitting process for
hazardous waste combustion facilities should include, in many
cases, a site-specific risk assessment is based primarily on
Information which became available since the time that the
current regulations for incinerators and BIFs (boilers and
industrial furnaces) were issued (1981 and 1991, respectively).
Specifically, the Agency concluded that the regulatory ,
requirements do not fully address potentially significant risks
via indirect pathways of exposure. Many recent studies,
including the Agency's draft Dioxin Reassessment, indicate there
can be significant risks from indirect exposure pathways (i.e.,
pathways other than direct inhalation). The food chain pathway
appears to be particularly important for pollutants from
hazardous waste combustion sources. In many cases, risk from
indirect exposure constitutes the majority of the risk from a
hazardous waste combustor. This key portion of the risk from
hazardous waste combustor emissions was not fully taken into
account when the hazardous waste combustion emissions standards
were developed.
It is important to evaluate whether indirect pathway risks
may pose risks to human health and the environment not fully
addressed by the promulgated regulations. Therefore, it is EPA's
general policy —- as stated in the preamble to the proposed
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revision to the hazardous waste combustion standards (April
19,1996) — to evaluate site-specific factors to determine
whether to require a risk assessment at a particular site.
Where risks are identified, permit writers will consider the
imposition of additional conditions pursuant to RCRA Section
3005(c)(3) (the "omnibus* provision). The omnibus provision is
implemented in EPA regulations at 40 CFR 270.32(b)(2). Under the
omnibus authority, permit writers determine on a site-specific
basis what, if any, additional permit conditions are necessary to
assure protection of human health and the environment. For
combustion facilities, in many -cases, multipathway site-specific
risk assessments provide information needed to make such
determinations.
Although the Office of Solid Waste (OSW) risk assessment
guidance has not been subjected to an external peer review, it
was internally peer reviewed by risk assessment experts in EPA
headquarters and regional offices. It was also discussed in an
informal consultation with some members of the EPA's Science
Advisory Board (SAB). Furthermore, its parent document, the
Agency's "Addendum to Methodology for Assessing Health Risks from
Indirect Exposures to Combustor Emissions,* was reviewed by the
SAB. The Agency is considering the SAB comments as part of its
effort to revise the indirect exposure methodology and we will
make any appropriate revisions to the OSW guidance once that
process has been completed. There are some difficult issues
regarding indirect exposure assessment. Nevertheless, EPA is
using the best science available considering the need in the near
term for the Agency to issue permits that protect human health
and the environment.
2) Has the EPA issued three different risk
assessment/deposition models since June 1992 and/or within the
last 24 months? Please explain the rationale for the changes in
each model, what defects the changes sought to address and
whether the Agency plans to make further changes. Have any of
these models been reviewed by independent scientific panels? If
not, why not?
The Agency has been working to improve the models it uses to
evaluate dispersion and deposition from combustion sources. The
Agency convened an interoffice working group in 1992 to make
recommendations with regard to the Agency's indirect exposure
methodology. The working group recommended that COMPDEP, the
model that had been developed for use with the indirect exposure
methodology, be replaced. The working group also recommended
that as an interim measure the COMPDEP model be further tested
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revised for public release for use on an interim basis. At the
same time the Agency began work on revisions to the widely-used
ISC (Industrial Source Complex) model that would serve as the
replacement for COMPDEP. Thus, in 1994, EPA released to the user
community for comment a draft version of the ISC model which
included an improved dry deposition algorithm, a wet deposition
algorithm, a complex terrain screening algorithm* and an enhanced
area source algorithm. Allowing the user community to test
important software components as part of the development process
has become standard practice in the field, and therefore, is also
practiced by EPA. The revised ISC model was officially adopted
as a Guideline model in August 1995.
EPA's Guideline models are supported by many years of
research, including demonstration and evaluation studies. The
models are subject to review at Congressionally mandated
triennial conferences on Air Quality Modeling, the last of which
was held in August 1995. Organizations such as the National
Academy of Sciences, the National Science Foundation, the
American Meteorological Society, the Air and Waste Management
Association, the Chemical Manufacturers Association, and the
Natural Resources Defense Council participate in these
conferences. The revisions to the ISC model were formally
proposed in the Federal Register on November 28, 1994 (59 FR
60740). All significant public comments received were summarized
and evaluated (Summary of Public Comments and EPA Responses on
the Proposal for Supplement C to the Guideline on Air Quality
Models). In the final rule promulgated in August 1995 (60 FR
40465), all significant public comments were addressed and the
revised model was adopted.
We understand there may be some frustration with changes to
the models used for risk assessments. However, the Agejncy
believes it is important to continuously seek ways to improve its
air quality models and to make improved modeling tools available
to the public. EPA recognizes that frequent changes to methods
recommended for routine use makes the regulatory process more
complex. Hence, with respect to air quality Guideline models, as
stated in the Guideline's introduction, EPA always provides ample
opportunity for public review and comment before formally
updating the models recommended for routine use. For risk
assessments, it is not the Agency's policy to require that a
particular model be used. Instead, that decision is generally
made on a case-by-case basis by the permit applicant in
consultation with the permitting authority. This approach allows
flexibility to decide, for example, that once the risk assessment
protocol for a site is approved by the permitting authority, no
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3)	Please provide the number and location of interim status
facilities that have been required to conduct indirect risk
assessments, the number of risk assessments that were completed,
the length of time to complete each risk assessment, and the
total cost of each risk assessment.
The information you requested is not available at EPA
Headquarters. We are collecting the information fcom our
Regional offices and will respond as soon as complete data are
received.
4)	Does the omnibus permitting authority allow the Agency to
implement proposed regulations in certain permit actions, or to
incorporate new requirements in permits where EPA intends to add
such requirements to the regulations but has not yet issued a
final or proposed rule? Please explain.
As a general rule, the Agency's position is that EPA's
regulations are protective of human health and the environment
and that permits implementing these regulatory standards will
also be protective. There may, however, be site-specific
circumstances in which it may be necessary to supplement
regulatory permitting requirements in order to protect human
health and the environment (e.g., where there is a sensitive
subpopulation). In such cases, use of the omnibus provision may
be appropriate. The decision to invoke omnibus authority must be
made on a case-by-case basis and only when the Agency, after
examining all relevant data supplied during the permitting
process, determines that additional conditions are necessary to
ensure protection.
One use of the omnibus authority would be to impose
additional permit conditions reflecting standards that $PA has
proposed but has not yet finalized. (Conditions that have been
proposed for national application by 1PA have gone through
extensive Agency review and generally represent the Agency's best
thinking on an issue.) In the legislative history for RCRA,
Congress recognized that it may be appropriate to add certain
provisions to permits under the omnibus provision even where
those provisions are not yet contained in final regulations:
"[The omnibus authority] can also be used to incorporate new
or better technologies or other new requirements in permits,
where EPA intends to add such technologies or requirements
to the regulations but has not yet issued a final regulatory
amendment."
S. Rep. No. 284, 98th Cong., 1st Sess. 31 (1983). Another use of
the omnibus authority might be to impose permit provisions that
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EPA does not apply these provisions, however, to permits as
if they were final regulatory requirements. Rather, EPA's view
is that the proposed regulations or guidances have specifically
identified particular areas where the current generic regulations
might need to be supplemented. Procedurally, EPA would still
propose to add these supplemental conditions to permits on a
case-by-case basis based on a finding in each case that the
specific conditions at issue are necessary to proteot human
health and the environment. Permit applicants would be free to
comment on those findings and to challenge these supplemental
conditions both administratively within EPA and in the courts, as
explained below.'
5) With regard to EPA's permitting authority, can the Agency
simply claim an intention to issue a regulation and go no
further? If not, what prevents the Agency from doing so? Are
there any administrative checks and balances on the Agency's use
of omnibus authority? ' Please explain.
There are a number of administrative checks and balances on
EPA's use of rulemaking authority and its use of the omnibus
authority. With regard to the omnibus provision, the Agency's
authority is broad but is not unlimited. To invoke the omnibus
authority to add conditions to an RCRA permit, EPA must show that
the additional conditions are necessary to ensure protection of
human health and the environment. Specifically, the permit
writer must explain and document why the Agency believes that
human health or the environment is not fully protected under the
regulations and must provide a sound technical basis for the need
to include additional permit conditions to ensure protection.
Under RCRA and EPA's regulations, the Agency must provide an
opportunity for public comment and if requested, hold a public
hearing on the permit. EPA must respond to the public comments
and include the responses in the administrative record of the
permit. If the permit is issued by EPA, applicants and other
interested parties have the option of appealing the final permit
decision to EPA's Environmental Appeals Board. Finally, once the
Agency's administrative appeal process is completed, parties may
challenge the final decision through the courts. Authorized
States may or may not have similar administrative and judicial
appeal processes.
There may be cases in which permit writers' may find a need
under the omnibus authority to add certain permit conditions to
conform to requirements that EPA has proposed to issue, but has
not issued (and ultimately may not issue), in final regulations.
It is important to understand that the Agency's stated intention
to issue regulations or proposal of regulations establishing
further permit conditions does not have legally binding status.
As in any other case involving the omnibus authority, the permit
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impose them in a permit. Therefore, the right to bring
administrative and judicial challenges, and the other procedural
checks and balances described above, would apply.
Finally, there are also checks and balances on the Agency's
ability to propose a regulation and to go no further. Were the
Agency to follow such a course, a party could seek redress from
the courts for "agency action unlawfully withheld"4(pee section
706 of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), 5 U.S.C. S 706).
A party could also petition EPA to issue a regulation (see
section 553(e) of the APA, 5 U.S.C. $ 553(e)) and could bring a
judicial challenge if EPA declines to do so (see § 7006 of RCRA).
6)	Is the EPA's implementation of its Combustion Strategy policy
initiative and its use of indirect exposure risk assessments
consistent with the rulemaking process required under the
Administrative Procedures Act? Please explain.
Yes. The Strategy itself does not impose regulatory
requirements, but is a policy statement expressing how the Agency
plans to exercise its discretionary authorities under RCRA in the
future. Specifically, the Strategy recommends procedures for
ensuring that individual permits meet RCRA's mandate to protect
human health and the environment. As such, the Strategy is not
subject to the notice and comment rulemaking provisions of the
APA (see APA Sec. 553(b)(3)(A)). However, each independent
activity undertaken as part of the overall Strategy (e.g., the
promulgation of updated technical standards, individual
permitting decisions) has followed and will continue to follow
all legal requirements in RCRA and all appropriate procedural
requirements under the APA (including public notice and comment
for all rulemakings and for each individual permit action).
7)	If the Agency requires a regulated facility, as part of a
"site specific determination," to conduct extensive trial burns
and indirect exposure.risk assessments based solely on the
Agency's assertion that it is "necessary to preserve health and
human safety," does the regulated facility have any recourse to
challenge the decision?
Yes, a facility can challenge a request for more data.
Under 40 CFR section 270.10(k), EPA may require the applicant to
submit additional information (e.g., trial burn data or a risk
assessment) that the Agency needs to make required determinations
under the omnibus provision. During the application process, the
applicant may informally provide technical information to the
permitting authority to justify its position that the additional
information being requested is not needed to assure permit
conditions that will protect human health and the environment at
the applicant's facility. If the applicant disagrees with the
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analogous determination), it may refuse to provide the requested
information. The permitting authority would then evaluate the
reasons offered, if any, for the failure to obtain and provide
the requested information and may either decide to proceed
without the information or propose to deny the permit.
In the case of a permit denial, the facility has a number of
opportunities for recourse, as described above in £h£ response to
item 5, starting with commenting during the public comment period
on the draft permit (or here, the draft permit denial) and
followed by the opportunity for administrative review within EPA
and then judicial review.
In certain cases, the Agency also may seek additional
testing or data under the authority of RCRA section 3013 (i.e.,
where the Agency believes that hazardous waste activity "may
present a substantial hazard to human health or the environment")
and may issue an order for testing. The facility owner or
operator may refuse to perform the work; however, EPA either may
then seek to enforce its order in court or may perform the work
itself and seek to recover its costs. In both cases, of course,
the owner or operator can raise any appropriate defenses or
explanations.
Ultimately, it is important to ensure that EPA's permit
decisions are supported by an adequate level of data in the
record. The lack of adequate supporting data can leave permits
vulnerable to legal challenges by other interested parties.
8) How much does EPA spend on implementing the Combustion
Strategy annually, including outreach activities, commitment of
regional resources, the OSW newsletter, and other management
resources? Please provide a breakdown of such costs. *
It is difficult to isolate the specific costs of
implementing the Combustion Strategy since it is.an integral part
of overall implementation of the RCRA program for combustion
facilities. Therefore, the following budget information
identifies the Agency expenditures that are targeted for
. implementing the combustion program in general, not just the
Combustion Strategy. Many of these activities would be necessary
even in absence of the Combustion Strategy. The three major
portions of the combustion budget are rulemaking and analysis,
technical assistance and outreach, and permitting activities. In
fiscal year 1995, the agency budgeted a total of $3,419,000 and
12.8 FTE for rulemaking and analysis. Note that the Agency is
. obligated to pursue this rulemaking due to a settlement agreement
and Clean Air Act rulemaking requirements. Outreach and
technical assistance were funded at $1,394,000 and 5.8 FTE.
Regional offices were provided with $1,539,000 and 8.7 FTE for
combustion-related permit activities above the base permitting
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operating plan is not yet finalized but the budget is estimated
at $3,414,000 and 11.7 FTE for rulemaking and analysis, $952,000
and 5.0 FTE for outreach and technical assistance, and $1,562,000
and 8.7 FT! to cover the additional regional expenses of
combustion permitting. The President's Budget for fiscal 1997
includes $4,009,000 and 12.8 FTE for rulemaking and analysis
activities, and $1,540,400 and 5.6 FTE is allocated for outreach
and technical assistance costs. Regional budgets fof fiscal year
1997 include $1,586,000 and 8.7 FTE for supplementary combustion
permitting costs. The dollars cited here include both salary and
contract costs, in line with the Agency's new appropriation
structure. The figures for fiscal year 1995 show the sum of what
were separate appropriations at the time, in order to facilitate
comparison.
9)	Can the Agency cite specific scientific studies, or peer-
reviewed agency-sponsored research, which show that hazardous
waste combustors are the major source of direct and indirect
human exposures to dioxins/furans, mercury and other contaminants
and the major contributor (as claimed by the Agency) to
"relatively high* background levels?
As indicated in the preamble to the proposed rule "Revised
Standards for Hazardous Waste Combustors," 61 EE 13758, April 19,
1996, the Agency estimates that hazardous waste combustion
accounts for approximately 9 - 10% of known current dioxin
emissions. As concerns the dioxin estimates, as well as those
for other hazardous air pollutants, the estimates for emissions
from hazardous waste combustion are presented in the engineering
background documents for the rule. These documents are currently
undergoing both independent technical peer review and public
review and comment. To the extent your question asks c^bout
dioxin estimates from other sources, the estimates for emissions
from other known sources are from the 1994 draft dioxin
reassessment document "Estimating Exposure to Dioxin-Like
Compounds,n which has undergone extensive scientific peer review
and is now being revised.
With respect to mercury, the Agency estimates that hazardous
waste combustion accounts for approximately 4% of known current
anthropogenic mercury emissions. The mercury emissions estimates
for hazardous waste combustors are also contained in the
engineering background documents for the April 1996 proposed
combustion rule, and those for other sources are from EPA air
program emissions data.
10)	If hazardous waste combustors are a potentially minor source
of direct and indirect exposures, and the Agency has focused on
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By placing hazardous waste combustors under the RCRA
program, Congress has required EPA to place special emphasis on
hazardous waste combustors. We do not believe the Agency is
focusing unduly on hazardous waste combustors, and in fact the
Agency is also putting a great deal of resources into regulation
of other air emissions sources. The Agency has directed
resources to study emissions of mercury and dioxins/furans, and
to develop Clean Air Act standards pursuant to Section 112-
Hazardous Air Pollutants and Section 129-Solid Waste Combustion
to reduce air emissions of mercury and/or dioxins/furans, from
numerous sources in addition to hazardous waste combustors.
These activities include the development of standards for the
following source categories that are either included on the list
(published by the Administrator pursuant to Section 112(c) of the
Clean Air Act) of all source categories of listed hazardous air
pollutants; or that are specified in Section 129; municipal waste
combustors (rule promulgated in December 1995), medical waste
incinerators (rule proposed in February 1995), non-hazardous
waste burning cement kilns, secondary aluminum smelters, chlor-
alkali production, primary copper smelters, industrial/commercial
waste incinerators, and lime production. The Agency has also
directed resources to developing the list of categories and
subcategories of dioxin/furan emissions and of mercury emissions
as required in Section 112(c)(6) of the Clean Air Act. This
section directs the Administrator to list sources that account
for at least 90 percent of the national emissions of each of
these pollutants and to promulgate standards for these sources by
November 2000. The source categories of municipal waste
combustors and medical waste incinerators, for which standards
have been promulgated or proposed as stated above, are among the
largest sources of mercury and dioxins/furans emissions.
11) Please indicate the total cost of the Agency's overall
efforts related to all major sources of dioxins/furans, mercury
and other contaminants, and indicate the amount spent on each
major source. If there are sources of dioxin and contaminants
other than hazardous waste combustors, what is the Agency doing
to manage and prevent emissions at those sources? What are major
natural sources of dioxins?
We are pulling together the information you have requested
from various EPA offices and will provide it to you as soon as it
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Thank, you for your interest in this important area. If you
have any questions regarding this response, please have your
staff call Sonya Sasseville or Val de la Fuente at (703) 308-8648
and (703) 308-7245 respectively.
Sincerely
vJjLijL,
	 _ _ Laws
Assistant Administrator
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MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT* Inspection Authority Under Section 1007 of RCRA
PROMj	Francis 6« Blake^^C^V^^—
General Counsel . ,	"	,
TOs	J. Winston Porter
Assistant Administrator for solid Waste and
Emergency Response
A number of questions have arisen concerning the scope
of the Agency"s inspection authority under section 3007 of
RCRA, As discussed below in more detail, I believe that our
inspection authority {including the authority to sample)
extends to any establishment, place, or facility that either
presently or* in the past has handled solid wastes that SPA
reasonably believes may meet the statutory definition of a
hazardous waste. This authority is limited by the fact that
it must be used to gather information concerning hazardous
wastes and must be exercised for the purposes of RCRA rule-
making or enforcement. Within these limits, section 3007
authorizes inspections in connection with a number of RCRA
provisions including the Agency's section 7003 imminent
hazard authority, its present Subtitle C regulations, its
corrective action authority under sections 3004(u) and 3008(h),
and its Subtitle D authority under sections 400$ and 4010.
Section 3007(a) provides that "If] or purposes of developing
or assisting in the development of any regulation or enforcing
the provisions,of this title,* EPA is authorized
(1) to enter at reasonable times any establishment
or other place where hazardous wastes are or
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(2) to inspect ana obtain samples fro® any person of
any such wastes and samples of any containers or
labeling for such wastes.
A plain reading of this language unambiguously suggests
a broad grant of.inspection authority. As noted above, the
exercise of this authority is expressly limited by only two
conditions. First, the specific information gathered must
relate to hazardous wastes. Second, it must be used for the
purposes of RCRA rulemaking or enforcement. . Each of these '
conditions, while providing clear limits on the use of th« .
Agency's inspection authority, is nonetheless stated in
expansive terms. 2/
a. -Hazardous Wastes
The first condition is stated in general unrcstrictivc
language. By providing authority to enter "any establishment
or other place where hazardous wastes are or have been gener-
ated, Stored, treated, disposed oC or transported from*
(emphasis added), Congress unequivocally provided for a broad
application of the Agency's inspection authority. There is
no limiting reference in this language to Subtitle C facilities
or units. Nor is there any requirement that the hazardous
waste management activity be currently ongoing or even that
the site of the activity be a disposal area. For example, . .
under the language noted above, EPA's inspection authority
extends to generator sites, storage areas, treatment opera-
tions and transfer points. Thus, the emphasis is on any
geographical location where hazardous wastes presently may be
or in the past have been handled - whether or not in compliance
with Subtitle C. Quite clearly, this may include solid waste
management units otherwise subject to Subtitle D.
. Dse of the phrase "hazardous wastes" is itself a further
indication that the scope .of section 3007(a) is not limited
to Subtitle C facilities and units. Unlike sections 3002
through 3004 and section 3010, Congress did not confine the
operation of 3007(a) to "hazardous wastes identified or listed
under this subtitle* (emphasis added). As explained in the
preamble of the Kay 19, 1980 hazardous waste identification
If Hie inspection provisions of section 3007(a) are similar
to those under section 104(e) of CERCIA. Although not
addressed in this discussion, it is important to note that
section 104(e) as well as other provisions of CERCLA nay
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and listing rules 2/ and mo re recently articulated in the
Agency*8 amendments to the definition of solid waste 3/, SPA
believes Congress* unrestricted use of this phrase confirms
that the scope of section 3007(a) extends to any solid waste
that the Agency reasonably believes nay meet the. statutory
definition o£ a hazardous wast© under section- 1004(5). 4/
As defined by Congress, the term hazardous waste means
any solid waste that EPA reasonably believes
because of its quantity, concentration, or	-
physical# chemical, or infectious charac-
teristics stay
(A)	cause or significantly contribute tx> an
increase in mortality or any increase in
serious irreversible*, or incapacitating
reversible, illnessj or
(B)	pose a substantial present or potential
hazard to human health or the environ-
ment when improperly treated# stored,
transported, or disposed of, or otherwise
manage'd. ( etuphas is added)
Clearly a waste which is "classified* as hazardous pursuant
to regulations under section 3001 {i.e., is listed or meets
one of the characteristics} would automatically fall within
the scope of the section 1004(5) definition. But just as
clearly, any other solid waste that "may pose a...hazard*••
when improperly...managed" (emphasis added) also meets the
statutory definition even though no formal action identifying
it as a hazardous waste has been taken. This second group
includes, for example, solid wastes containing any of the
hazardous constituents listed in Appendix. VIII to Part 251
2/ 45 Fed. Reg. 33084, 33090 (May 19, 1980).
1/ 50 Fed. Reg. 614, 627 (January 4, 1985i; 40 CFR S
261.1(b)(2).
4/ This view was expressly affirmed by Congress in its
consideration of the 1984 Hazardous and Solid Waste
Amendments; *EPA*s authority under these provisions [sections
3007 and 7003] is.not limited to wastes that are * identified
' or listed* as hazardous, but rather includes all wastes that
meet the statutory definition of hazardous waste." H.R. Rep.
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which may form the basis for listing actions under 40 CFM
S 261.11. As explained at length in the Agency*s Hay 19,
1980 rule, "the pr«s«nce of any of these constituents in the
waste is presumed to be sufficient to list the waste unless
after consideration of the designated multiple factors
[specified at 40 CFR $261.11} EPA concludes th« wast* is not
hazardous.• 5/
There ie little quoction that materials meeting the
definition of hazardous waste may be improperly disposed of
at Subtitle D solid waste management sites. We, therefore,
believe the scope of section 3007(a) may extend to such
locations. As Congress recognized in enacting amendments to
Subtitle D as part of the 1984 Hazardous and Solid Waste
Amendments,
Subtitle D facilities are the recipients of-'
unknown quantities ot hazardous waste and other
dangerous materials resulting from the disposal
. of household waste, small quantity generator
wastes and illegal dumping. €/ (emphasis added}
To interpret EJPA's inspection authority as applying only
to wastes managed at Subtitle C facilities or units leads to
the incongruous result of EPA'e inspecting a self-defined
class of facilities that have already acknowledged their
hazardous waste management responsibilities. This narrow
interpretation essentially precludes the Agency from identi-
fying other situations where the improper and unacknowledged
storage or disposal of hazardous wastes may pose a threat to
the environment. We do not believe that this is either what*
Congress intended or what the plain language of section
3007(a) suggests.
b. Rulemaking and Enforcement	t
The second condition of section 3007(a) explicitly provides
hazardous waste inspection authority "CfJor the purposes of
developing or assisting in the development of any regulation or
enforcing the provisions of this title" (emphasis added). In
passing the 1980 amendments to the solid waste Disposal Actr
Congress substituted the term "title" in place of "subtitle*
specifically to extend the scope of section 3007(a) beyond
Subtitle C. As explained in the accompanying Senate report,
this change
y 45 Fed. Reg, 33084, 33107.	*
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. . . expands the Administrator's authority
to request information or examine the records
of a person handling solid waste. At present,
this authority applies only to actions under
Subtitle C dealing with hazardous wastes.
The amendments would allow such access for
purposes of the entire Act. 1/
Thuc it is clear that the Agency's inspection authority
extends not only simply to Subtitle C actions but also to •
activities under other RCRA Subtitles, as well. Within the
general -constraint that it be related to haeardous waste, the
scope of section 3007(a) authority is determined primarily by
the specific rulemaking or enforcement purposes for which it
is used. . in this context# we believe there lire a number o£
legal bases under which the authority to enter and inspect is-
broadly available to the Agency.
1* Rulemaking
With regard to rulemaking, section 3007(a) by its terms
is available to assist "in the development of any regulation"
under RCRA. Under this provision* we believe that the Agency
has the authority to gather preliminary data both to determine
the need for regulation and, where the need is established,
to develop an appropriate regulatory strategy adequate to
carry out the requirements of RCRA. Depending on the criteria
and relevant requirements of the provisions or se'etion under
which a particular rulemaking is developed, this may include
detailed scientific, technical, or financial questionnaires
and surveys, as well as on-site inspections and sampling.
This authority extends not only to rulemakings under
Subtitle C but, as noted above, to rulemakings tinder other
provisions of RCRA. With respect to Subtitle C# this authority
would extend, for example, to gathering information to assist
in developing corrective action standards under section
3004(u). Because the provisions of section 3004(u) apply to
both solid waste and hazardous waste units at any facility
seeking a section 3005(c) permit, the inspection and sampling
authority of section 3007 would also extend to such units to
assist in gathering data relevant to the rulemaking process*
With respect to non Subtitle C provisions, section 4010
provides an example of section 3007's applicability under
Subtitle D. Enacted as part of the 1984 BSWA amendments,
section 4010 requires the Administrator to conduct a study on
2/ S. Rep. Ho. 172i 96th Cong., 2d Sess. 3 (1979)7 see also
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the adequacy of existing Subtitle D guidelines and criteria
and to promulgate revised criteria for Subtitle D facilities
that "may receive hazardous household wastes or hazardous
wastes from small Quantity generators under section 3001(d)®.
Because one of the purposes of the study and the central
purpose of the revisions is to address hazardous wastes at
Subtitle .!> facilities, we believe the Agency's entry and
inspection authority under section 3007(a) extends to gather-
ing information at Subtitle D facilities both for the purpose
of conducting the study as it relates to hazardous wastes and
to assist in developing revisions to existing Subtitle D
criteria.
'2• Enforcement -	. \
With regard to enforcement, the scope of section 3007(a).
is equally broad and, again, extends not simply to Subtitle €
actions but also* tor example, to enforcing the broad imminent
hazard provisions of section 7003(a). By its terms, this
section applies to any situation under RCRA (whether or not
it is regulated under Subtitle C) in which "the past or pre-
sent handling, storage, treatment# transportation or disposal
of any solid waste or hazardous waste may present an imminent
and substantial endangerment to health or the environment*•
in addition to enforcing section 7003, the Agency's
inspection authority is available to gather information in
support of actions under the general Subtitle C enforcement
authority of section 3008, as well as under the Subtitle D
enforcement authority of section 4005(c). With respect to
both sections, EPA interprets its "enforcement" inspection
authority to extend not only to information gathering in
connection with a particular judicial or administrative
proceeding but also to assist in the preliminary day-to-day
information gathering end data analysis associated with
permitting and compliance assessments that ultimately may
lead to specific enforcement actions. Section 3008 applies to
a "violation of any requirement* of Subtitle C and thus, for
purposes of enforcement, the inspection and sampling authority
of section 3007 is available for determining and assuring
compliance with any Subtitle C requirement. Under section
4005(c), EPA's inspection authority is also available but in
a somewhat more limited context for purposes of enforcing
Subtitle D open dumping criteria that have been revised under
section 4010. .This open dumping enforcement authority and,
by extension, EPA's inspection authority is available only in
those circumstances where a state has failed to adopt an
adequate program assuring compliance with the revised criteria.
In the case of inspections at a Subtitle C facility to.
determine compliance with applicable hazardous waste regulations,
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by the two constraints that.the information gathered relate
to hazardous wastes and be used to enforce a RCRA provision.
The clearest example of an authorized inspection at such a -
facility under section 3007(a) is, of course, sampling at
solid waste units that are expressly managed as Subtitle C
hazardous wasto units. The information obtained unquestion-
ably will relate to hazardous wastes and can be used to
enforce applicable regulatory requirements. However', it
should be emphasized# as noted above, that section 3007(a)
inspection authority just as clearly extends to other non--
Subtitle c units at a Subtitle C facility where there is some
basis for concluding that they say also provide information
relating to hazardous wastes. Samples from the non-Subtitle
C unit may provide information concerning hazardous wastes
that have been disposed of in the unit Itself,-and, .in certain
circumstances, the samples may provide information regarding
the management of hazardous wastes that have been placed in
nearby Subtitle C units. An example of the second ease would
be a situation In which both the solid waste and hazardous
waste units were located near one another over the same
aquifer. Depending on the hydrogeology at the site and the
placement of wells at each unit, samples from the solid waste
unit may well provide information regarding leachate from the
hazardous waste unit.
The corrective action requirements in sections 3004(u)
and 3008(h) provide additional grounds for the broad applica-
tion of section 3007*s enforcement Inspection authority.
Section 3004(u) requires corrective action "for all releases
of hazardous waste or constituents from any solid waste
management unit at a...facility seeking a permit under this
Subtitle £CJ * (emphasic added). 8/ Congress made clear that
the phrase "solid waste management unit* was specifically
8/ Congress specifically provided that the corrective action
requirement is to be implemented through standards promul-
gated under section 3004 and permits issued after November 8,
1984. EFA's inspection authority for rulemaking purposes is
discussed above. The Agency has incorporated the general
requirement for corrective action in its regulations at 40
CFR s 264.101. see 50 Fed. Reg. 28747 (1985). Thus, the
requirement is presently in effect and applies to any "facility
seeking a permit for the treatment, storage or disposal of
hazardous waste...". 40 CFR 5 254.101(a). EPA intends to
.issue more detailed national standards addressing appropriate
corrective action for releases of hazardous waste or consti-
tuents from solid waste management units at such facilities,
but until such standards are established the Agency will
implement the corrective action requirement of section 3004(u)
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added to the language of section 3004(u) "to reaffirm the
Administrator's responsibility to examine all units at the
facility from which hazardous constituents might migrater
irrespective of whether the units were intended for the
management of solid or hazardous wastes." 9/
By explicitly requiring that the provisions of section
3004(u) apply'to any eolid wast® m*n*g€a?nt unit at a hazardous
waste facility, Congress has made the cleanup of such unit?
an element of hazardous waste management under section 3004.
Congress1 specific reference to releases of hazardous consti-
tuents from solid waste management units confirms the broad
scope of section 3004(u) and is consistent with the Agency's
Interpretation of hazardous waste discussed above# which
includes not only "identified" hazardous wastes but also
those wastes that may contain hazardous constituents listed
in Appendix viii of 40 CFR Part 261, These factors when
considered in conjunction with the explicit legislative
history noted above reaffirming "the Administrator's respon-
sibility to examine all units" at a Subtitle C facility
confirm that Congress considered the regulation of these
units to be an integral part of the hazardous waste program
under Subtitle C and thus clearly within the scope of section
3007(a) inspection authority.
With respect to interim status corrective action authority#
section 3008(h) provides that "whenever on the basis of any
information the Administrator determines there is or has been
a release of hazardous waste into the environment from a facil-
ity authorized to operate under section 300S(e) of this
subtitle, the Administrator may issue an order requiring
corrective action." Congress viewed this provision as "a
supplement to EPA's power to impose corrective action through
permits* 10/, that BPA would use "to achieve the environmental
standards promulgated under section 3004," 11/ Because section
3004 has been amended to extend corrective action requirements
to all solid waste management units at facilities seeking a
RCRA permit# the Ageney has interpreted this mandate to
authorize the issuance of corrective action orders to any
interim status facility containing solid waste management
units (regardless of whether they are Subtitle C or Subtitle
D units) from which there has been a release of hazardous
waste to the environment. 12/
9/	33«R. Rep. Ho. 198# 98th Cong.# 1st Sess. 60 (1983).
10/	H.R. Rep. No. 1133, 98th Cong., 2d Sess. Ill (1984).
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Because section 3008(h) extends corrective action
authority to releases' froa any solid waste management unit at
an interim status facility# we believe that section 3001(a)
inspection authority also extends to such units for the
purpose of determining whether there has been a hazardous
constituent release and what corrective action would be
appropriate.
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ccs Richard H* Mays (LE-133)
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
AM	9505.1994(01)
OFFICE OF
SOLO WASTE ANO EMERGENCY
. RESPONSE
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT:
FROM:
TO:
The Agency is proposing the "RCRA Expanded Public
Participation and Revisions to Combustion Permitting" rule.
This proposal represents a major step in our efforts to enhance
public involvement in the RCRA process, one of the key elements
of the Draft Strategy on Hazardous Waste Minimization and
Combustion, announced by Administrator Browner last May.
The principal goals of the proposed rule are:
~	to provide more opportunities for public involvement in
the RCRA permitting process, both early on and
throughout the decision-making process; and
~	to "provide improved interim status combustion
permitting procedures.
In the spirit of the Administrator's desire to increase
public involvement, I strongly encourage all EPA Regions to start
meeting the goals of the proposed rule as soon as possible.
Where EPA is the permitting authority, the Regions should begin
implementing those portions of the proposed rule that are to be
implemented by the permitting authority. Among such provisions
are proposals to; issue a notice upon receipt of a permit
application (proposed Section 124.32); conduct permitting
activities in such a manner as to assure the opportunity for
meaningful participation by all segments of the public, including
non-English speakers (proposed Section 124.30); and issue public
notices announcing the scheduled commencement and completion
dates of facility trial burns (proposed Section 270.62). I
believe the Agency has discretionary authority to implement these
provisions on a case-by-case basis before the Agency promulgates
the final rule.
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Where the State is the permitting authority, I would like
the Regions to encourage the States to implement these provisions
as well. Many State programs have such provisions already.
- Where requirements proposed in the rule would fall on RCRA
permit applicants EPA cannot require applicants to comply.
However, I urge the Regions to encourage these applicants to meet
the enhanced proposed requirements where feasible. Among these
are proposed requirements to require RCRA permit applicants to
hold pre-application meetings (proposed Section 124.31); the
provision providing for an information repository in certain
instances (proposed Section 124.33); and the requirement that
interim status facilities submit proposed trial burn plans for
approval with Part B of their RCRA permit applications (proposed
Sections 270.19 and 270.74 (c)).
I am issuing this guidance in light of the rulemaking
procedures that we must follow. I anticipate a 60-day comment
period following the proposal, and then several more months to
respond to the comments. It, therefore, may be six to twelve
months before the rule in promulgated as a final rule. In the
interim, unless the Regions and States expeditiously begin to
implement the goals of the proposal, the public will not have the
expanded opportunities that the rule would afford.
As you know, the interim status universe of BIFs and
incinerators is the Agency's top priority in RCRA permitting. We
believe that providing meaningful public involvement in the RCRA
permitting process and strengthening the combustion permitting
process for interim status facilities is consistent with the
Administrator's objectives and fortifies the RCRA permitting
process.
The proposal should be published in the Federal Register in
the coming weeks. Copies will be sent directly to all Regions
and States to facilitate speedy implementation of the goals set
forth.
I appreciate your cooperation in promoting early and
effective public involvement for all RCRA facilities and a
stronger permitting process for interim status combustion
facilities. I urge you to consult with your respective Offices
of Regional Counsel on the application of these goals in
individual cases. If you need any additional information about
this proposed rule, please contact Victoria van Roden of my staff
at (703) 308-8623.
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
DEC 2 0 1995
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
9505.1995(01)
MEMORANDUM ¦
SUBJECT: Implementation of the
Expanded Public Participation Rule
FROM;
Assistant Administrat<
TO
The Agency recently took a major step forward in its effort to promote public
involvement and environmental justice by promulgating the "RCRA Expanded Public
Participation Rule" (60 EE 63417-34, December il, 1995).	*
The final rule improves the RCRA permitting process by: (1) providing earlier
opportunities for public involvement in the process and (2) expanding public access to
information throughout the permitting process and the operational lives of facilities. The rule's
requirements include: a facility-led pre-application meeting; agency notice at application
submittal; agency notice of impending trial bums; and a provision for information repositories.
Immediate Implementation
While the effective date of the rule will not arrive until six months after promulgation, I
am recommending that all EPA Regions start meeting the goals of the final rule as soon as
possible. The Regions, in turn, should encourage the States and individual RCRA facilities to
meet these goals even as States are pursuing authorization for components (e.g., this rule, BIF
permitting, and corrective action) of the RCRA program.	. ,
Early implementation of the final rule will allow the public to benefit immediately from:
the rule's new.and important procedures. This early implementation will be useful for the entire
program and help the Agency fulfill its commitment to meaningful public involvement in RCRA
permitting.
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since the Agency proposed the rale in June 1994.- We are encouraged by the positive reception,
these new standards have received, and look forward t
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i	J UMTEO STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
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DEC ( 6 1985
9502.1985(095
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECTS Interpretation of Section 3038(h) of the Solid
waste,Disposal Act
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PROM: J^winaton sorter, Assistant Administrator-
Office of Solid Vett* and Emergency Response
ColTtSlftey f/pV icC/~AssI s t an t Administrator
Office of Enforcement and Compliance Monitoring
TO:	Regional Administrators
Regional Counsels
Regional Waste Management Division Directors
Director, National Enforcement Investigation Center
as part of our effort to support ease development activities
undertaken by United States Environmental Protection Agency
personnel, we are transmitting to you guidance on the use of
Section 3008(h), one of the corrective action authorities added
to the Solid Waste Disposal Act by the Hazardous and* Solid Waste
Amendments of 1984. As you are aware, Section 3008(h) allows the
Agency to take enforcement action to require corrective action or
any other response necessary to protect human health or the
environment when a release is identified at an interim status
hazardous waste treatment, storage or disposal facility. Because
the authority is broad, both with respect to the kinds of environ
mental problems that can be addressed and the actions that the
Agency may compel, we have produced the attached document to
provide initial guidance on the interpretation of the terms of
the provision and to describe administrative requirements. The
document will be revised as ease law and Ageney policy develop!
Zn addition, the Offiee of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
intends to develop technical guidance on various types of respons
measures and the clreumstances in which they night be appropriate
lit view of the need to issue RCRA permits and to ensure that
the substantial number of interim status facilities expected to
cease operation in the near future are closed in an environmental
sound manner, we encourage you to use the interim status correct:
action authority as appropriate to supplement the closure and
permitting processes. Questions or consents on this document or
the use of Section 3008(h) authority in general can be addressed
Gene A. Lueero, Director of the Offiee of Waste Programs Enforcer
(PTS 382-4814, WH-527) or Fred Stiehl, Associate Enforcement
Counsel for Haste (ftS 382-3050, LE-134S).
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RCRA SECTION'- 3008(h)
THE INTERIM STATUS' CORRECTIVE ACTION AUTHORITY
DECEMBER 16, 1985

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I. INTRODUCTION
The Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984 haw substantially
expanded the scope of the RCRA hazardous waste management program, one of
the most significant provisions is the interim status^corrective action
authority, which allows EPA to take enforcement action to carpel response
measures when the -Agency determines that there, is'or has been a release of
hazardous waste at a RCRA interim status facility. Prior to the 1984
Amendnents, EPA could require remedial action at interim status facilities
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by, inter alia, (1) using RCRA $7003 or CERCLA $106 authorities if an imminent
and substantial endangerment may have been presented, or (2) when significant
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ground-water contamination was detected, calling in Part B of the RCRA permit
application and requiring' corrective action as a condition of the permit. The r
Jtendnents added Section 3008(h) to deal directly with environmental problems. I
by requiring clean-up at facilities that have operated or are operating subject"
to RCRA interim status requirements.
The purpose of this docunent is to provide preliminary guidelines on the
scope of Section 3008(h) and to summarize appropriate procedures. The docunent
will be revised as case law and Agency policy develop. Other relevant RCRA
guidances that may be consulted include:
•	Pinal Revised Guidance on the Use and Issuance of Administrative Orders
under Section 7003 of RCRA, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Monitoring
and Offioe of Solid waste and Emergency Response - September, 1984.
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•	Issuance of Mninistrative Orders under Section 3013 of RCRA, Office of
Enforcement and Conpliance Monitoring and Office of Solid Waste and
Emergency Response - September, 1984. '
•	Draft Guidanoe on Corrective Action for Continuing Releases, Office
of Solid Waste and Emergency Response - February, 1985.
•	Final RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring Compliance Order Guidance, Office
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• Draft RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring Technical Enforcement Guidance
Document, Offioe of Solid Waste and-Emergency Response - August, 1985.
-• Draft RCRA Preliminary. Assessment/Site Investigation Guidance,, off ice
of Solid Waste and Emergency ResDonse - August, 1985.
II. DELEGATIONS OF AUTHORITY	— '
On April 16, 1985, the Administrator signed delegations enabling the Jtegional
Administrators, the Assistant Administrator for Solid Waste and Bnergency Jtesponse
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and the Assistant Administrator for Enforoanent and Ccnpliance Monitoring to
exercise Section 3008(h) authority, There 
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Tb expedite 53008(h) actions, the Regions should establish procedures for
drafting and reviewing orders and referrals and clearly delineate the" roles
and responsibilities of Regional RCRA enforcement arg program, personnel (including-
GERCLA personnel as necessary) and the Office of Regional Counsel in those
processes,. Draft orders should be sent to the Chief, Cbrplianoe and Inplenentation
Branch/ RCRA Enforcement Division, Office of Waste Programs Enforcement.
Headquarters is committed to conducting timely review of 53008(h) orders.
To avoid the delays associated with discussion and review of rough drafts, we
ask that orders be in "near final" form when they are submitted. Generally,
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the orders will be examined to determine whether (1) the elements of proof are
adequately defined and docimented, (2) the response to be carpel led is practicable
and environmentally sound, and (3) the action supports national RCRA program gaals.
Written carcments or concurrence will be provided to the Regions within ten woJcing
days of receipt.
III. SCOTS OF SECTION 3008(h)
Section 3008(h) provides:
" (1) Whenever on the basis of any. information the Administrator
determines that there is or has been a release of hazardous
waste into the environment fran a facility authorized to
operate under Section 3005(e) of this subtitle, the Administrator
may issue an order requiring corrective action or such other
response measure as he deems necessary to protect huoan health
or the environment, or the Administrator may came nee a civil
action in the United States district court in the district in
which the facility is located for appropriate relief, including
a temporary or permanent injunction.
(2) Any order issued under this subsection may include a suspension
or revocation of authorization to operate under Section 3005(e)
of this subtitle, shall state with reasonable specificity the
nature of the required corrective action or other response
measure, and shall specify a time for compliance. If any-
person named in an order fails to ccnply with the order, the
Administrator may assess, and such a person -shall be liable to
the United States for, a civil penalty in an amount not to exceed
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Tt> exercise the interim status "corrective action authority, the igencys
sust first have information that there is or has been a release of hazardous
waste'to the environment at or from an interim status facility. Second* the
corrective action or other response measure# in the judgment of the ^ency.,
mist be necessary to protect human health or the envirocment. Key terras are
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discussed below in greater detail.
' "Whenever on the basis of any information the ftSainistrator determines ..."
Ihe opening clause of Section 3008(h) authorizes the Agency to make the
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determination that there is or has been a release of hazardous waste into the
environment on the basis of 'any information'. Appropriate information can be
obtained fra a variety of sources, including data froi'laboratory analyses of
soil, air, surface water or ground water sanples, observations recorded
inspections, photographs, and facts obtained fran facility records.
Ihe reference to a determination by the Administrator should be considered
in the context of the term 'any information'. To satisfy any requirement
inposed by the statute, an order should contain a specific determination. A
civil referral should also be based on a written determination that there is
or has been a release.
' w ...that there is or has been a release...into the environment..."
ISse trigger for issuing 53008(h) orders and initiating civil referrals
is the existence of information that there is or has been a release, which is
a lower threshold than the showing of 'substantial hazard' under BORA Section
3013 or 'imminent and substantial endangerment* under RCRA Section 7003 or CEROA
Section 106. While the statute does not define the term 'release', the Agency
believes that, given the broad remedial purpose of Section 3008(h), the term
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should enocnpass at least as nuch as the def inition of release under CEHCLA.
See 42 U.S.C. §9601(22). Therefore a release is any spilling, leaking, pimping.
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pouring, emitting, ettptying, discharging, injecting, escaping, leaching/ dimping
or .disposing into the environment. The exenptions described in the CETCLA definitio?
are considered inapplicable or inappropriate for JOA purposes, however, and are not
included in .the RCRA definition.
The term * environment* is also broad. The legislative history for
Section 3008(h), which discusses use of the authority to respond- to releases
to various environmental media, makes it clear that Section 3008(h) is not
limited to a particular medium. H. Sep. Ho. 1133, 98th Cdng., 2d Sess. 111-112
(1984). The Agency will use Section 3008(h) to address releases to surface
waters, groundwater, land surface or subsurface strata and air.
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It is not necessary to have actual saspling data to show a release. An
inspector may find other evidence that a release has occurred, such as a broken
dike at a surface impoundment. Less obvious indications of release might alsof
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be adequate to make the determination. Ebr exanple, the Agency could have
sufficient information on the contents of a land disposal unit, the design and
operating characteristics of the unit, and the hydrogeology of the area in
which the unit is located to conclude that there has been a release to groundwater.
In addition to on-site information gathering undertaken specifically to
support a 53008(h) action, other sources that may provide information on
releases include:
•	Inspection Reports.
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•	1CTA Part A and Part B permit applications.
•	Responses to BORA 53007 information requests.
•	Information obtained through BCRA 53013 orders.
•	Notifications required by CERCLA 5103.
•	Information-gathering activities conducted under CEK2A 5104,. •
•	Informants' tips or citizens' cocplaints corroborated by supporting
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A determination that there is or has been a release does not require that
specific amounts of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents be found in
the environment. Quantities or concentrations of hazardous wastes or hazardous
constituents should be considered when ordering "interim or complete corrective
actions, hewever, because response actions compelled by the Agency irnast be
necessary to protect huaan health or the environment.
"...of hazardous waste...*.
• In contrast to many Subtitle C provisions, the language of Section 3008(h)
refers to "hazardous waste" ratter than "hazardous waste identified or listed
under Subtitle ,C". The Agency believes that the emission of a reference to
wastes listed or identified at 40 CFR Part 261 was deliberate, and Congress r
did not intend to limit Section 3008(h) only , to materials meeting the regulatiry
definition of hazardous waste. The Conference Beport specifically endorses the
use of corrective action orders to respond to releases of hazardous constituents.
H. Bep. No. 1133, 98th Cong., 2d Sess. Ill (1984). the legislative history also
indicates that the new authority should be at least as broad as the corrective
action authority in the federal RCRA permit program. Id. at 111-112. Those
regulations address both hazardous waste and hazardous constituents. Moreover,
Section 3004(u), the •Continuing Releases' provision requiring clean-up of
releases from any solid waste management unit at a treatment, storage or
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disposal facility seeking a IOA permit, applies to releases of hazardous
constituents as well as releases of listed and characteristic wastes. H. Rep.
No. 198, 98th Cong., 1st Sess. 60 (1983). therefore. Section 3008(h) nay also
be used to carpel response measures for releases of hazardous constituents
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"Hazardous constituents" are the substances listed in Appendix VIII to
40 CFR Bart 261. H. Hep. No, 198, 98th Cong., 1st Sess. 60-61 (1983).
According to the legislative history for Section 3004(u), which is read in con-
junction with* Section 3008(h), the term also includes Appendix VIII hazardous
constituents released frati solid waste and hazardous constituents that are reaction
byproducts. S. Rep. Ho. 284, "98th Oong., 1st Sess. 32 (19835. It should be
noted that the legislative history for the new underground storage tank previsions
states that Section 3008 is not applicable to underground storage tanks regulated
under Subtitle I. Such releases may be addressed by Section 7002 and Section
7003 authorities, hewever. H. Rep. No. 1133, 98th Oong., 2d Sess. 127 (1984).
Section 3008(h) remains applicable to releases from underground tanks containing
hazardous or solid waste subject to Subtitle C provisions.	j
"...frcm a facility..."	- 1
For interim status corrective action purposes, EPA intends to employ the
definition of "facility* adopted by the "Agency in the corrective action
program for releases from permitted facilities, the preamble to the permitting
requirements for land disposal facilities indicates that the term •facility1
refers to ..."the broadest extent of EPA's area jurisdiction under Section
3004 of RCRA... (meaning] the entire site that is under the control of* the
owner or operator engaged in hazardous waste management." 47 FR 32288-89
(July 26, 1982}.' See also the Final Codification Rule. 50 FR 28712 (July 15,
1985). therefore, the definition of facility encatpasses all contiguous property
under the cwner or operator's control.
The permit program, as amended by Section 3004(u), requires corrective action
for releases of hazardous waste and hazardous constituents from solid waste
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to include any discernable unit used for waste management. See 50 FR 28712
(July 15# 1985}, Since the legislative history describes the interim status
corrective action authority as a "supplement" to permitting authority and
indicates that the interim status authority should be"* at least as broad as"
the permit authority, Section 3008(h) clearly authorizes 'EPA to require corrective
action for any release of hazardous waste from disoemable waste management
units. Bve Agency's authority to use Section 3008(h) to address releases frcra
solid waste management units as well as hazardous waste management units is
discussed in the Final Codification Rule. 50 FR 28716 (July 15, 1985).
• The language-of Section 3008(h), however, suggests that Congress did not
intend to limit £PA*s authority to releases frcm discernable units, unlike
Section 3004(u), Section 3008(h) broadly authorizes corrective action for mj
«V fie** fro. a -facility. It does not require the Ajenq, to find that. j
a release originated in a discemable waste management "unit".
Hie legislative history supports this interpretation. Prior to enactment
of Section 3008(h), the KCRA regulations required corrective action for releases
to groundwater frcm permitted 'regulated units' (surface impoundments, waste
piles, landfills and land treatment areas that received Subtitle C hazardous
waste after a specified date). 40 CFR 264.100 and 40 CFR 264.90. Congress
criticized this approach as too slew and too limited, however, and created
the interia status corrective action authority to "deal directly with an
ongoing environmental problem at interim status facilities.* H. Rep. Ho. 1133,
98th Cong., 2d Sess. 110-112 (1984). Moreover, Congress clearly did not intend
the authority to be limited to the soope of the existing permit program. For
instance, the legislative history lists several exanples of releases outside
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releases fron waste management units not required to undertake corrective
actiai or otherwise exenpt fron RCRA regulations and releases, such as air
amissions, to environmental media other than groundwater. Id. at 112..
lite text of the statute, the broad remedial purpose, and the clear intent
to-authorize action beyond the scope of the permit regulations support the
position that Section 3008(h) authorizes EPA to address all types of releases
of hazardous waste within a facility. As discussed previously, the term
'hazardous waste' enocnpasses 'hazardous constituents' from both hazardous and
solid waste.	*
Section 3008(h) will also be used to address releases that have migrated
fron the facility. New Section 3Q04(v), which provides that EPA may issue
orders requiring corrective action for releases that have crossed the facility
boundary if the permission of the owner of the affected property can be obtainJi,
supports the Agency's interpretation that such releases are subject to action 1
under Section 3008(h). See also the Final" Codification Rule. 50 FR 28716
(July 15, 1985).
In a §3008(h) order or judicial referral, Agency personnel should describe
hazardous and solid waste management units within the boundary of the facility
and hazardous and solid wastes (and associated hazardous constituents) managed by
the facility in addition to information indicating that a release has occurred.
Since Section 3008(h) unequivocally authorizes EPA to address releases fron
units, the order or ocnplaint should establish sane link beeweeri the hazardous
constituents in a release and the hazardous or solid wastes in waste management
units where possible. For exanple, the findings of fact might state that the
facility treats, stores or disposes of certain listed Subtitle C wastes, that
those wastes were listed because, they contain the hazardous constituents cited
in Appendix VII to 40 CFR Part 261 and that some or all of those constituents
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"...authorized to operate under Section 3005(eK..*
this clauae encatpasses several classes of hazardous waste treatment#
storage and disposal facilities. First, facilities that have met each
requirement for obtaining interim status in a timely manner are subject to
Section 3008(h). With respect to those facilities brought into the hazardous
waste management system when the Phase I RCRA rules went into effect, to establish
interim status EPA nust 'demonstrate that: (1) the facility was in existence on
November 19, 1980, and; (2) the omer or operator complied with the requirements
of Section 3010(a)# regarding notification of hazardous waste activity, and;
(3)' the cwner or operator submitted a Part A application in accordance with 40.
CFR 270.10. As to those facilities in existence on the date of regulatory or
statutory changes that render the facility subject to the requirement to obtaii|
a permit under Section "3005, to establish interim status the Agency mist "demonstrate
(1) that the facility was in existence on the appropriate date and (2) submitted
a Part A permit application in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR 270.10.
If a statutory or regulatory change requires notification under Section 3010,
EPA nust also establish that the facility submitted the notification.
Second, Section 3008(h) applies to facilities that treat, store, or dispose
of hazardous waste, but have not actually obtained interim status because the .
owner or operator did not fully deeply with the requirements to submit a Section
3010 notification and/or a Part A. Such facilities have been allowed to operate
in accordance with a formal enforcement action or an Interim Status Cosplianoe
Letter requiring compliance with Part 265 standards. Furthermore, the 
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fhe J^ency believes that Congress intended the interim status corrective action
authority to apply to such facilities. The legislative history for Section
3008(h) supports this position by making it clear that the authority can be
used to address releases fron units that-do not have-interim status, such as
wastewater treatment tanks. H. Rep. Mo. 1133, 98th Gong., 2d Sess. 112 (19S4).
Third, EPA considers Section 3008(h) to be applicable not only to owners
or operators of facilities in the above tso categories but also to units or
facilities at which active operations have ceased and interim status has been
terminated pursuant to 40 CFR Part 124 or Sections 3005(c) and 3005(e) (2) of
RCRA. Section 3008(h) specifically provides that the interim status corrective
action orders may include a suspension or revocation of the authority to operate
under interim status, as well as any other response necessary to protect human^
health or the environment. Consequently, a corrective measures program can _ |
be inposed under Section 3008(h), even if a facility's interim status has been
taken away as a result of an interim status corrective action order, the
Agency also believes that Section 3008(h) can be used to carpel responses to
releases at facilities that lost interim status prior to a 53008(h) action.
This approach is consistent with Congressional intent to assure that
significant environmental problems are addressed at facilities that treat,*
store or dispose of hazardous waste but do not have a final RCRA operating or
post-closure permit. 1. Hep. No. 1133, 98th Gang., 2d Sess. 110-112 (1984).
- Where a State is authorized to administer the lOA program, the require-
nents for obtaining the State's equivalent to interim status may differ from
those of the federal program. In authorized States that do not duplicate the
federal procedures, hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities
that have not been granted or denied a final RCRA permit are generally considered
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after November 8, 1984 bat have not yet received the federal portion of the
permit applicable to continuing releases under Section 3004 (u) are treated for
purposes of this guidance in the same manner as interim status facilities.
Similarly, hazardous waste underground injection wells that did not receive a
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DIC permit prior to that date will also be treated in the same manner as interim
status facilities. See the notice of implementation and enforcement policy for
loss of interim status under Section 3005(e). SO FR 38947 (September 25, 1985).
-"...Corrective action or .such other response measure as he deems necessary
to protect hiroan health or the environment ...»
' Prior to the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984, the term
¦corrective action*# in the RCRA regulatory context, referred to nenoval or
treatment in place of Appendix VIII hazardous constituents in groundwater. ' -|
40 CFR 264.100. Section 3008(h) is not restricted to remedial action for . |
ground-water contamination, however. Ihe statutory language and the legislative
history indicate that a wide range of responses to releases to all media from
waste management activities may be compelled. Financial assurance for any
response measure may also be required.
The authority can be used to require implementation of one or more stages
of a clean-up program, such as:
•	Containment, stabilization or removal of the souroe of contamination,
•	Studies to characterize the nature and extent of contamination and to
assess exposure and health and environmental effects,
•	Identification and evaluation of remedies,
•	Design" and construction of the chosen remedy,
•	Implementation of the remedy, and
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for example, a 13008(h) order might require that the owner or operator
conduct a study to characterize the nature and extent of contamination, then
select a remedy and submit a corrective action plan to EPA. Hie Agency and the
owner or operator would then oonfer on the plan and "Iraend the order to reflect any
modifications. H. Rep. Ho. 1133, 98th Cong., 2d Sess.., Ill (1984). Because a
study on the nature and extent of contamination and the selection and design of -
a 'remedy may require a significant amount of tine. Section 3008(h) should be
enployed to require interim measures as necessary to protect hunan health and
. the environment prior to completion of the study and selection of a remedy.
Examples of interim remedies that oould be compelled include removal of the
vaste or containment of the source of the contamination by lining a unit or
erecting dikes. In sane instances, preliminary punping and treating of affected
groundwater may be appropriate.	|
While the information needed to make a determination that there is or has
been a release is minimal, more information may be needed to justify a specific
interim or full remedy. The Administrator can require "corrective action or
such other response measures as he deems necessary to protect htman health or
the environment." To show that a response may be necessary to protect hunan
health or the environment, the present or potential threat posed by the release
should be described, the Agency may consider a variety of factors, including
the quantity of hazardous waste; the nature and concentration of, hazardous
constituents or other hazardous properties exhibited by the vaste; the facility's
waste management practices; potential exposure pathways; transport and environmental
fate of hazardous constituents; husans or environmental receptors that might be
exposed; the effects of exposure, and; any other appropriate factors. To oon^el
corrective action investigations"or studies, only a general threat to hunan
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IV. AEMINISTPATIVE actions
Under Section 3008(h), the Agency can issue administrative orders or
cauience a civil judicial action. The decision to pdrsue an adninistrative
or judicial ranedy sust be made on a case-by-case basis since each approach
has advantages and disadvantages. An administrative order, for instance, can
usually be issued quickly, while preparation for a judicial action may be more
tine-consiming and nust be referred to the Departinent of Justice. On the
other hand, a judicial order or'consent decree can be enforoed readily since
the court already has jurisdiction of the natter.
<
EPA may issue a S3008(h) administrative order to require corrective
action or any response necessary to protect hunan health or the environment, f
The order may include a suspension or revocation of authorization to operate. |
If any person named in the order fails to ccrply with the order, the Agency
may ispose a civil penalty not to exceed $25,000 for each day of noncompliance.
Notice to States
Section 3008(h) does not require that States be given notice of an impending
action. 10 ensure that the fcjency is fully inforned of relevant facts and, in
view of the Federal/State relationship, consultation with the State should
usually precede an CPA action. 7b avoid misunderstandings, reasonable notice
stould be given to the State when an action is taken. The notice should include
the location and a description of the facility, the names and addresses of the
owners and operators, the conditions requiring a response and a description of
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Elanents of Orders
Because it is the focal point in all proceedings subsequent.to its issuance,
the initial order must be as complete as possible. Failure to develop an
adequate doament may have adverse oohsequenoes if the Agency seeks judicial
enforcement. All 53008(h) orders should contain the following general elements!
*	A statement of the statutory basis for the order.
*	Factual allegations showing that there is or has been CI) a release (2)
of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents (3) into the environment
(4) at or frati an interim status facility. Pacts indicating that the
response is neoessary to protect hunan health or the environnent should
" also be presented.
\
' * A determination, based on the factual allegations, that there is or
has been a release of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents to
the environnent frcm an interim status facility.
*	An order that clearly identifies the tasks to be performed, and a schedule
of compliance accatpanied by appropriate reporting and approval requirements.
*	A statement informing the respondent that he has a right to request. L
a hearing within 30 days of issuance concerning any material fact in -
the order or the terras of the order.
*	A notioe of opportunity for an informal settlement conference. It
is the Agency's policy to encourage settlement of S3008(h) actions
through infocmal discussions. The respondent should be cautioned, however,
that a request for a conference does not affect the 30 day period for
requesting a hearing.
• A statement that EPA may assess penalties not to exceed S25,000 per
day of non-conpliance with the order.
It may be appropriate to include a provision for stipulated penalties in
orders on oonsent. Such a provision, hcwever, should be drafted to make it
* •
clear that the stipulated penalty is not EPA*s sole remedy and that Agency has
riot waived its statutory authority to assess penalties under Section 3008(h) (2).
It is reoonaended that the Regions pursue judicial referrals to impose penalties
for nonconpliance with a 53008(h) administrative order rather than issuing
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Beleases frczr. liability and covenants not to sue nay be sought by parties
negotiating 53008(h) orders. These provisions terminate or seriously ispair
the Federal Govemnent's right of action against a party. In general, the
interim CERCLA Settlement Policy (December 5, 1984) may be followed. Releases
generally will not be appropriate, however, where the extent of contamination,
the reliability of the remedy or long-term operation and maintenance requirements
are uncertain. If provided, they should be narrowly drawn. In addition, EPA
personnel should exercise particular care in drafting such provisions to ensure
that they do not restrict the operation "and enforcement of the on-going RO*A
regulatory, program. Moreover, the order should also contain a provision reserving
the Agency's right to take additional action under RCRA and other laws. Ftor
example, EPA should reserve the right to expend and recover funds under CERCLAi
to bring iraainent and substantial endangenaent actions under RCRA §7003 and |
CERCLA 5106; to assess penalties for violations of and require compliance with
RCRA requirements under 53008(a); to address releases other than those identified
in the order; to require further action as necessary to respond to the releases
addressed in the order, and; to take action against nonparties if appropriate.
Bearing Requirement
2b issue a unilateral 53008(h) order, EPA must oatply with the requirements
of Section 3008(b) with respect to an opportunity for a hearing. 130 Cong. Sec.
S9175 (daily ed. July 25# 1984). Although procedures for 53008(a) adsinistrative
actions have been established by regulation (See 40 CFR Part 22), those regulations
are not legally applicable to 53008(h) actions. Bearing procedures for 53008(h)
actions are under development. Until formal guidance is available, a Region
that intends to issue a unilateral order should contact the Office of .Waste
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Development and Preservation of the Administrative Record
-53008(h) orders might be reviewed in administrative or judicial proceedings.
Therefore# it is essential that information required by the statute and all
other relevant information or documents obtained by the ^ency be oatfjiled in
An administrative record, preserved and readily retrievable. The EPA official
initiating the action should maintain a file that contains the following:
*	EPA investigative records, such as inspection reports, sanpling and
analytical data, copies of business records, photographs, etc.;
•	Reports arid internal Agency docaaents used in generating or supporting
the enforcement action, including expert witness statements;
*	Copies of all documents filed with the Regional Hearing Clerk or the
Presiding Officer;
*	Copies of all relevant correspondence between EPA and the respondent?
•	Written records of conferences and telephone conversations between -I
EPA and the respondents, and;	I
•	Copies of all correspondence between EPA and State or other federal ^
agencies pertaining to the enforcement action.
V. CIVIL JUDICIAL ACTIONS
Under Section 3008(h), EPA may initiate civil judicial action to compel
appropriate relief, including a tenporary or permanent injunction, or to
enforce a 13008(h) administrative order. As noted previously, the decision
to pursue administrative or judicial remedies will be made on a case-by-
case basis. Generally, however, a civil judicial action may be preferable
to -issuance of an administrative order in the following types tsf situations:
*	A person is not likely to ooqply with an order or has failed to
oaaply with a 53008(h) order.
*	A person's conduct must be stopped immediately to prevent irreparable
injury, loss or damage to human health or the environment.
*	Long-term, complex and costly response measures will be required.
(Because compliance problems are more likely to arise during -
implementation of these actions than while carrying out a sisple,
short-term actio1), it may be better to have the matter already
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Other factors that could be considered Include the value of a favorable decision
as precedent and the need to deter noncompliance by other potential targets for
EPA enforoament action under Section 3008(h).
A request to file a civil judicial action must be referred by the Assistant
jufainistrator for aiforceraent and Compliance Monitoring to the Department of
of Justice. The procedures that Agency personnel should follow to develop a
referral and support litigation are described in the IPA/CERCTA Case Hanmmmnt
Handbook (August, 1984) and the IQA Parol iance/Enforoement Guidance Manual
(September, 1984).
VI. USE OF SBGriCN 3008(h) IN RELATION TO PERMITTING, CLOSURE AND OIHER AUTHORITIES
RCRA Pemits
The pre-USIA regulations applicable to corrective action at permitted facilities
deal only with a remedial program for treatment in plaoe or removed of groundwater
contaminated by a release from a 'regulated unit'. (Prior to HSWA, the tens
•regulated unit*, meant a surface inpouncteent, landfill, land treatment unit or
waste pile that operated after January 26, 1983. Biactment of new Section 3O05Ci),
which provides that the Bart 264 groundwater monitoring, unsaturated zone monitoring
and corrective action requirements are applicable at the time of permitting to
landfills, surface inpoundnents, waste piles and land treatment units that received
Subtitle C hazardous wastes after July 26, 1982, necessitated a corresponding change
*
in the definition of regulated unit), ihactaent of Section 3004(u) enlarged the
universe of units subject to corrective action at KSA facilities by requiring
that a facility seeking a ROA permit address all releases of hazardcus waste
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\ '
action# EPA will use the Section 3004(u) authority to address releases to air,
Xand and surface waters as well as to groundwater. Furthermore, Section 3004(v)
allows EPA to require corrective action beyond the facility boundary where
necessary to protect htman health and the environaent unless the facility
owner or operator is unable to obtain permission from the owner of the affected
property.
Permitting can be a lengthy process. Therefore, the interim status
corrective action authority should be used to address significant environ-
mental probleas prior to issuance of the permit. With respect to 'regulated
units', which cannot be permitted until the facility is in compliance with .
Part 270 requirements to assess ground-water oanta&ination and develop a
corrective action plan if necessary, Section 3008 Chi may be particularly use
for cartelling activities not addressed by the Part 265 and Part 270 regulations.
Fbr instance, interim corrective action measures could be reauired prior to
permit issuance. For releases from solid waste management units and hazardous
waste management units other than 'regulated units', Section 3008(h) may be
used to coRfpel interim measures, studies to characterize the nature and extent
of contamination and the threat posed by the release, selection of remedy and
design, construction and implementation of the remedy.
If an interim status facility is seeking an operating permit or will be
required to obtain a post-closure permit, any 53008(h) action at that facility
should be designed to meet the needs of the permitting process to the extent
possible. If all necessary steps in a corrective measures program will not be
oospleted prior to issuance of a permit, compliance schedules in the order
% * *
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RCRA Closures
EPA believes that the interim status corrective action authority will
be useful in assuring environmentally sound closures of RCHA hazardous waste
management units. Section 3008(h) may be used to supplement the interim status
closure regulations. Approval of a closure plan does not limit the Agency's
ability to use Section 3008(h), as well as other applicable corrective action
authorities/ to deal .with releases of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents.
In view of the number of interim status closures anticipated as a result of
new statutory and regulatory requirements, the Regions are encouraged to
employ the interim status corrective action authority to assure that RCRA
hazardous waste management units are closed in a manner that properly protects
hixnan health and the environment.	j
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Other Enforcanent Authorities	- 1
Because of the broad scope of Section 3008(h) and the variety of activities
that can be compelled, the interim status corrective action authority may be
enployed in conjunction with other enforcement authorities, although it may be
appropriate to issue separate,concurrent orders due to differing hearing
requirements. For exanple, where a violation is associated with a release of
hazardous waste or hazardous constituents, a Section 3008(a) action should be
used to require ccnplianoe with the regulation and assess penalties while a
Section 3008(h) action could be employed to caspel response actions that go
beyond regulatory requirements. Section 3013, which allows the Agency to
ccnpel owners or operators of treatment, storage or disposal facilities to
conduct certain types of studies, may be used when the presence of hazardous
waste may present a substantial, threat but EPA does not have sufficient
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_ With regard to imminent and substantial endangenaent actions, the legis-
lative history makes it clear that enactment of Section 3008(h) does not
alter the Agency's interpretation of Section 7003._ H. Rep. No. 1133# 98th Cong.,
•2d Sess. Ill (1984). RCSA S7003 or CERCLA $106 actions are appropriate if
conditions at an interim status facility may present, an inminent and substantial
endangenaent and the Agency needs to neve quickly to address the problem. The
•ianinent hazard' provisions of FCRA and (XRCLA may be especially helpful if
the Agency wishes to take action against responsible parties other than or in
.addition to "the current cwner or operator.
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VII. BESEWariCN
The policies and procedures set forth herein and the internal office - ^
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procedures adopted pursuant hereto are intended solely for the guidance - \
of United States Environmental Protection Agency personnel. These policies and
procedures are not intended to, do not, and may not be relied upon to create a
right or benefit, substantive .or procedural, enforceable at law by a party, to
litigation with the United States. Ihe Agency reserves the right to take any
action alleged to be at variance with these policies and procedures or that is
not in cmpliance with internal office procedures that may be adopted pursuant
to these materials.

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
MAR 7 B88
9522.1988(02)
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Mr. Die Olsen
General Operations Manager	.
Fenton Company, Inc.
J.60S North Becfcley
caster, Texas *75235
D&elz Mr. Olsess
Thank you for your letter ©^ February 5, 1988, in which you
reoiiested information on the^^gulatp^J^tat^'glbfaiairectrfired''
"of a wast:ev^teirS'treataent
Your understanding of the requirements in 40 CFR 270.1(c) (2) (v)
is correct. Sludge dehydration equipment is excluded from the
Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) hazardous waste regu-
lations provided the equipment meets the definition of wastewater
treatment unit as defined in 40 CFR 260.10 and actually is used to
evaporate water from the sludge. The definition of wastewater
treatment unit includes the requirement that the device meets the
definition of a tank. We believe that most sludge dryers do meet
the definition of tank. One such example would be a sludge dryer
integrally equipped with a feed hopper that contains and accumu-
lates waste. It is, however, important to note that the exclusion
provided by 5270.1(c)(2)(v) does not apply to conventional incin-
erators. Such devices are subject to Subpart O of Parts 264 or 265
even when part of a wastewater treatment system.
As we have discussed in recent telephone conversations, there
is some confusion regarding the regulatory status of direct-fired
dryers. While direct-fired dryers may meet the current definition
of incinerator, "EPA did not intend to regulate dryers as incinera-
tors. As we have discussed, EPA is developing a Federal Register
notice thxt vill clarify the regulatory status of sludge dryers and
propose to revise the definition of incinerator to exclude sludge
dryers specifically. We are also proposing a new definition for
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This proposal, soon to be published in the Federal Register,
will clarify that all sludge dryers meeting the criteria in 40 CFR
270.1(c) (2) (v) are eligible for the wastewater treatment exclusion
provided the equipment meets the definition of wastewater treatment
unit in 40 CFR 260.10. Sludge dryers not eligible for the waste-
water treatment exclusion, including direct and indirect-fired
units, would have to comply with the interim status standards of
Subpart P of Part 265 or the permit standards of Subpart X of Part
264 (52 FR 46946, December 10, 1987}.
If I can be of further assistance, please don't hesitate to
contact le at (202)382-7935.
Sincerely,
Mary Cunningham
Chemical Engineer
Kaste Treatment Branch
cc: Joe Carra
Dave Bussard
Bob Dellinger
Bob Holloway
Sonya stelmack
Steve Silverman
RCRA Hotline
Incinerator Permit Writers1 Workgroup

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Addendum
Place the attached documents at
the end of the appropriate
Category Number in
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HOTLINE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
January 1996
9502.1996(01)
I
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4. Corrective Action Beyond interim
Status Facility Boundary
. RCRA §3004(v) requires owners!operators
of permitted hazardous waste treatment, .
¦ storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs) to
perform corrective action for any \
contamination that has migrated beyond the
facility boundary. What authorities can EPA
use to order corrective action for releases
which have migrated beyond the boundary of.
an interim status facility?
Section 7003 gives EPA the power to order
corrective action or bring1 suit toabate
imminent and substantial enddngerment caused
by the past or present handling, storage, .
treatment, transport, or disposal of any solid or
hazardous waste. This broad and powerful
authority is not limited to any particular kind
of RCRA site. Section 7003 is, therefore, also
potentially applicable to contamination which
has migrated beyond the boundary of an
interim status facility. .
EPA can invoke §3008(h) or §7003
authority to address releases that have migrated
beyond an interim status facility boundary.
Pursuant to §3008(h), EPA can order
corrective action or bring suit for the "release
of hazardous waste into the environment" from
a facility that is interim status, should have had
interim status, or formerly had interim status.
This includes authority for releases which have
migrated beyond the facility boundary.
Although §3008(h) does not explicidy state
that EPA can order corrective action beyond an
interim status facility boundary, EPA interprets
the §3008(h) statutory authority to be at least
as broad as the permitted facility corrective
action authorities in §§3004(u) and (v) (50 FR
28716; July 15,1985). Thus, because . .
§3004(v) explicitly provides authority for
corrective action beyond a permitted facility
boundary, §3008(h) provides parallel authority
for releases beyond an interim status boundary.

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
9502.1996(02)
MAR 2 5 1S96
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Norman H. Nosenchuck, P.E., Director
Division of Solid & Hazardous Materials ,
New York State Department of	•
Environmental Conservation	•>. "V-
50 Wolf Road	.	"•*
Albany, New York 12233-7250	. .
Dear Mr. Nosenchuck:
Thank,you for your letter requesting additional information
on the scope and applicability of the Area of Contamination (AOC)
concept. Independent of your request f EPA recently completed
guidance on application of the AOC concept during cleanups
regulated under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
and other cleanups. This guidance is attached.
As you requested, we have reviewed the June 11, 1992 letter
from Sylvia K. Lowrance to Douglas H. Green regarding application
of the AOC concept to routine earthmoving and grading activities.
The discussion in the June 11, 1992 letter continues to reflect
Agency policy on areas of contamination.
The area of contamination concept was discussed in' detail in
the preamble to the National Contingency Plan (55 EE 8758-8760,
March 8, 1990). Through the AOC concept, EPA recognizes that
certain discrete areas of generally dispersed contamination may
be equated to RCRA landfills. Just as movement of hazardous
wastes within a landfill would not typically constitute a new act
of treatment, storage, or disposal for purposes of RCRA, movement
of media contaminated by hazardous wastes within an area of
contamination does not typically trigger RCRA requirements.
While the area of contamination concept was first explained in
the CERCLA NCP, it is based on an interpretation of RCRA. It
applies equally to RCRA corrective action sites and other
actions.
In most cases the AOC concept is applied in the context of a
government overseen cleanup action, and delineation of AOCs are
reviewed, overseen and approved as part of those actions.
However, since the AOC concept is an interpretation of current
Federal statutory and regulatory requirements, its application
outside overseen cleanup actions does not require oversight or
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advance approval at the Federal level. When the AOC concept is
applied outside the context of an overseen cleanup action, EPA
encourages consultation with the appropriate agency and routinely
"cautions individuals that mis-application of the AOC concept
could, potentially, result in substantial fines and penalties
associated with improper disposal of hazardous waste. EPA also
routinely cautions individuals that state standards may be more
stringent and may require oversight or advance approval of all
AOCs.
In your letter, you mention the specific concern that
individuals could store soils contaminated with hazardous wastes
in temporary piles anywhere within an overall area of
contamination while installing pipelines o.r^ foundation footings
and then replace the soil, "all with no RCRA-^regulatory
requirements or governmental oversight." Wfe-.note tjjat, while
movement of soil contaminated with hazardous>,waste within an area
of contamination would not typically trigger RCRA/ the AOC
concept in no way shields individuals from otherwise applicable
cleanup requirements. For example, in many states discovery of
contaminated soils triggers reporting requirements under the
state cleanup program. In these cases, if a state determined
that cleanup was warranted it could require management or removal
of contaminated soils, independent of RCRA. We believe that,
addressing potential cleanup needs for contaminated soils
discovered during normal earthmoving and grading activities using
cleanup laws is more appropriate than imposing the RCRA
permitting process on these activities.
Thank you for your concern regarding the AOC concept. EPA
continues to believe that proper application of this concept will
support appropriate remedies and expedite cleanup processes, not
encourage avoidance of legitimate cleanup obligations. For .
additional information, your staff may wish to contact Elizabeth
McManus or Hugh Davis, of my staff, at (703) 308-8657 and (703)
308-8633, respectively.	»
Sincerely yours,
Michael Shapiro, Director
Office of Solid Waste*
Enclosure

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Mtcnaei 0. Zagata
Commissioner
Mew York Stare Department of Environmental Conservation
Division of Solid & Hazardous Materials
"0 Woif Roaa. Albany, Mew York 12233 - 7250
t ivision of Solid & Hazardous Materials
(518) 457-6934 FAX (518) 457-0629
FEB 141996
Mr. Michael Shapiro
-Office of Solid Waste MC5301
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
401 M St., S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20460
Dear Mr. Shapiro:
We need your clarification of an important issue regarding
the CERCLA Area of Contamination (AOC) concept and its
applicability to routine excavations where soils containing
hazardous waste or exhibiting a hazardous waste characteristic
may be encountered.
These routine excavations can occur at construction sites or
pipeline trenches where soils are temporarily removed and
subsequently redeposited in the same excavated area.
Our specific concern is whether a June 11, 1992 guidance
letter from Ms. Sylvia K. Lowrance, Director, Office of Solid
Waste (EPA), to Mr. Douglas H. Green (see Enclosure No.l)
properly extended the AOC concept to excavations at non-CERCLA
sites or other sites without any federal or authorized state
oversight. This June 11, 1992 letter is being taken at "face
value" as allowing contractors to routinely excavate what may be
regulated hazardous waste soil, store it in temporary piles
anywhere in the overall area of contamination while installing
pipelines or foundation footings, and then replace the soil, all
with no RCRA regulatory requirements or governmental oversight.
We question if this June 11, 1992 letter was meant to have
broadly sanctioned such activities. We need your guidance in
this matter.
The AOC concept, as described in such documents as the 1PA
memorandum of April 17, 1989 signed by Jonathan Z. Cannon (see
Enclosure No. 2) and EPA Superfund LDR Guide #5, "Determining
When Land Disposal Requirements (LDRs) Are Applicable to CERCLA
\ \ Response Actions" (see Enclosure No. 3), is used only in CERCLA
contexts.
EPA's letter of January 7, 1991 signed by Don R. Clay,
Assistant Administrator (see Enclosure No. 4), extended the AOC
concept to RCRA Corrective Action sites; but cautioned that
"designation of an AOC is a function performed by the regulatory
agency."

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Mr. Michael Shapiro
2.
The EPA June 11, 1992 letter, however, extended the AOC
concept to essentially any temporary excavation activities
anywhere.
We hereby request that your office reexamine the reasoning
behind this IPA June 11, 1992 letter (see Enclosure No. 1) and
determine whether it properly broadened the AOC concept to
sanction such activities, even at ordinary construction sites.
Thank you for helping us with this important matter. Please
call me if you have any questions.
/:
Norman H. Nosenchuck, P.E.
Director
Division of Solid & Hazardous Materials
Enclosures

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| A \	UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
I	1	WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
. "
*	9502.1996(03)
• " •'	¦	-OFFICEOF
. SOUD WASTE AND EMERGENCY
* ' • ; - -	•• •	. RESPONSE;
.The Honorable Michael JT Collins v s • ' *
Maryland General Assembly .	;¦¦;;}**£¦%*•'••
. Senate of Maryland
216 James Building	::	.
Annapolis, Maryland 21401-1991
Dear Senator Collins:	•.	r/;_; .* •
Thank you for your letter of March 1, 1996 to Administrator
Browner urging the Environmental Protection-Agency (EPA) to look
into the performance and safe applicability of cold-mix
technologies and bioremediation for petroleum-contaminated sites.
*
As indicated in my earlier response to you on "March 25, '
1996, we have been gathering the latest information on these
technologies fromrour research laboratory in Cincinnati, Ohio to
provide-you-with some valid information.	.
To respond to your specific concerns, we'll be addressing
the issues pertaining to cold-mixing ^technologies and
bioremediation separately in the following paragraphs.
Cold-mixing Technologies: All asphalt-based or cement-based -
mixtures are generally covered under Solidification/Stabilization
(S/S) technologies by EPA. . The term" cold-mix for Portland cement
mixtures may, not -be scientifically appropriate-because 'of: the
fact that a-mixture .of Port'i^S ceme.nt and-water causes aft'"'--"""
exothermic reaction, thereby generating some heat.
' Appropriateness of- S/S for organics is addressed
specifically Tn the attached report (Attachment l\.
"Solidification/Stabilization; Is it always appropriate?" by
Carlton Wiles et al. from the EPA research laboratory in
Cincinnati,! OH. It is clearly stated in this report that the
opportunities to capture and contain organic materials ih a
cement-based solidiMcafcion-process- are limited-"" (p;" 4). Also/ /
referring to the EPA document cited in .your letter, EPA/530/R- .
93/012, it states that all other factors being approximately, *
equal, destruction or extraction technologies.are preferred to 1 v"
S/S because they eliminate "or remove the contaminant as opposed
to just immobilizing it (p. 2-59). It also states that S/S -
» treatment is frequently,appropriate for the residuals remaining
after the use of one of these other technologies, or for soils
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after the use of one of these other technologies, or for soils
and sludges containing low concentrations of organics (p. 4-48).
In general, generic binders such as Portland cement do a poor job
of immobilizing organics, with the exception of highly polar
compounds in low to moderate concentrations (p. 2-59). While
this is true, ..Portland cement is rarely used by itself as a
binder to S/S organic waste. Additives such as carbon or
modified clays are usually added to the S/S formula. However,
the long term effectiveness of these additives has not been
established.
_ About leaching possibilities of contaminants once treated by .
S/Sl, technologies, results of leach tests for a few organics. are
shown -on •Figure 2, at the back of Attachment 1. Very limited data
exist1 on -leaching possibilities of the S/S treated matrix. Leach
tests 'Shown on Figure 2 were conducted^aajiSement: containing
charcoal"' with' adsorbed phenol, 3.-_chlo^^hgnol, rarid-2y3^ >-'*•- • • _•
dichlorophenol. There is ^always a possibility that contaminants
can leach from any medium if they-are present. This is
especially true for non-aqueous phases mixed with non-compatible
material-;"' For these reasons, treatability tests incorporating -
leaching"evaluation and physical durability vare recommended.
As indicated in EPA's Best Demonstrated Available Technology
(BOAT) background document for hazardous soils, August 1993, (p.
4-95) organic hazardous constituents have not been shown to be
stabilized using cementitous and pozzolanic stabilization'agents
because organic hazardous constituents generally do not react to
form insoluble silicates or hydroxides. Thus, the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) program would not consider
S/S technologies as a BDAT for treatment of commonly encountered
Petroleum wastes. However, EPA generally established performance
standards for hazardous constituents achieved by the .^^T. _ Any ..
technology" (except dilution) that meets those performance ~
standards is permissible under our rules.	.. ' . " , < - ' _
— The role of volatilization during S/S is addressed in the
attached.paper (Attachment 2) bv Tdrrence" M. Lvons et al. of
. EPA's""research laboratory in Cincinnati- This paperpresenta
results of. &. bench-scale .treatability st^y^es-igned^o.^quarit*Syr^r''
-tjre" release;.of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during and^after
jx situ* S/S-treatment. Control of air emissions from waste
management"facilities is addressed in detail in several EPA
.publications- (EPA/625/R-92/012, Nov 9Z; EPA/625/R-92/CL03, Aug 92;
;E^A.-t451/R-93*001^:.Mar .93? said EPA*453/R-94-070a, Sep 94) . EPA.
has recognized that" volatilization of volatile organics with !cold*"
mixing processes can'occur. At a minimum, control and capture of
these emissions are recommended.	-
EPA's Office of Emergency and Remedial Response (OERR or .
Superfund) has issued draft guidance on the use of.S/S for ...
organics. The guidance states that S/S is hot appropriate for
• sites containing VOCs only.. This guidance suggests use of a
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organics are bound. Several Superfund sites have had at least a
portion of the remedy involve cold mix processing of organic
waste. Two large sites are provided as examples. The Sand
Spring site in Oklahoma involved S/S of petroleum waste,
containing heavier hydrocarbons, and the Craig Farm site in
Pennsylvania-involved S/S of resorcinol waste. The S/S treated
wastes were placed in lined land disposal units based on the *
recommendation of EPA's Office of Research and Development (ORD).
ORD has limited experience in the utilization of S/S-treated
wastes that were not characteristically-hazardous per RCRA after
treatment. This includes studies of using cement products for
light duty construction materials with ash from municipal waste
combustion (primary metals) incorporated, into the cement product.
Generally, there are site-specific limitations on the:use of
"treated mixtures depending upon the type of waste treated, soil -
type, and probability" of waste migration. EPA Region r approved
the stabilization of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) contaminated
soil (<10 mg/kg) into ah asphalt emulsion mix that was to be ,
covered *
Bioremedlation Technologies; Biopiles or ex situ
landfarming treatment technologies, which fall within the
category of bioremedlation, are discussed below*
Although Bioremedlation (which includes land treatment) > is": ~
- widely accepted for the treatment of petroleum-contaminated ~ ^
soils, the processes used and the rStes of degradation that* can—
be achieved are very different. Although land treatment units
have been extensively used for treatment of petroleum-
contaminated soils, available data with EPA do not indicate
routine ex situ treatment of "petroleum-contaminated soils by
biopiles or landf arming to 10 parts per million"	There, is
a declining trend on the use of landf arming technology- f pir
treatment of-petroleum-contaminated sites. -An_in situ-treatment
bioremediation technology known as bioventing, isbeing,used
increasingly to treat petroleum-contaminated soils. It is an
effective and relatively inexpensive technology which is growing
exponentially in the marketplace. ORD along with the ;US Air Force
has been principally involved in its development and..evaluation.
Over the past 3-4 years it has been applied to about *1000 sites.
We anticipate a significant reduction in off-site treatment of
these wastes, given the costs", effectiveness and minimal site
disruption with its use."'".
Pertaining to the claims referenced in your letter about
reductions in total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH), EPA is not
aware of a bioremediation technology that would degrade any _ „
concentration of petroleum-contaminated soils to 10 ppm in 30
days. Three critical factors in assessing biodegradability are
the soil type, concentration, and type of product being treated.
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of degradation. Generally, bioremediation technologies
(bioventing) take about six months to two years for degrading
organic wastes (EPA-510-B-94-003, Oct 94, p. III-3).
Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), especially those
that are predominant in crude oils, such as the di-, tri- and	-
tetracyclic aromatics, are much more difficult to degrade than	* ¦
aliphatic hydrocarbons, but are degradable to some extent. As the
ring structure becomes more complex, the compound becomes more
persistent. Pyrogenic PAHs, such as benzopyrene, are
significantly more, resistant, but fortunately don't exist in high
concentrations in crude-oils. The tetracyclic aromatics and above;
will not biodegrade in 30 days even ;under optimized laboratory -
conditions. ••••;._ ;	v."-'"""; .rr- -a	•
Volatilization may be significant depfending.uppn the age of .
the material" and if it is exposedcmt-the'ground surface.-Aged
material is" less likely, to volatilize but-'j®eperiding|,upon" jmy
agitation-(tilling, aeration)- and environmental:1 conditions, ¦ - -r":
flyctuatipns in volatilization caa. ocqur.--.Several. EPA documents-*
referred to earlier, address the captfuret and control of organic *"
air emissions "from waste management facilities.
An EPA publication, "Bioremediation in the:- Fxfeld, EPA/540/N-
95/500, No. 12, Aug 1995, is attached (Attachment 3) for further
information. Also, bioremediat ion in the field search system.. "
(BFSS) database is available on EPA's Cleanup Information (CLU-	-
IN) bulletin board service (301-589-8366, data line) for
downloading.
I hope this letter. addresses your ^concerns,. *If your office
staff wishes to discuss any specific;concerns"or issues related . .
to these technologies, please have them contact Subijoy Dutta, of
my stats, at C703) 308-8608.
• Sincerely yours,. '
Jlichafe]]- H-. Shapiro, Director
Offiqe/of Solid Waste
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MICHAEL J. COLLINS
•TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
4
MORE * HAftFOBO COUNTIES
V	. CHAIRMAN
BALTIMORE COUNTY DELEGATION
MEMBER
ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL
AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
Senate of Maryland
Annapolis, mabyland 21401-19S1
Oisthict office
*'• EASTERN BOULEVARD
•ALTtMone, MARVLANOaiaai-sra
FMONE, c«IO! JBI-7AOO
PAX; <4101 3al-7«03
Annapolis Office
218 JAMES BUILDING
ANNAfOUfl. MARYLAND 2IAOI-IMI
WONt! <4IO) UI-iMl
March 1,1996
The Honorable Carol M. Browner, Administrator
United States Environmental Protection Agency
410 M Street, S.W.
Washington, DC. 20460
Dear Administrator Browner:
The Maryland State Senate this year has begun considering legislation designed to limit
the State's liability from actions taken in response to releases of petroleum from above-ground
and underground sources. Before us this Session is proposal legislation that directs the Maryland
Department of the Environment (MDE) to maximize the use of technologies that destroy the
contamination found in soil and groundwater when they respond to petroleum releases. While
Senate Bill 568 (see attached) only pertains to the funds directly under MDE's control, the issue
is critical to generators throughout the State.
Maryland has many different types of petroleum-contaminated soil treatment facilities
operating stale-wide. These facilities utilize tagpojogies as varied as bioremediation, cold-mix
soil-cement, cold-mix asphalt, brick-kiln incorporation, landfilling and thermal desorptfon. While
each technology type has its proponents, of concern is whether the treatment technologies
currently operating in the State can adequately provide the cleanup levels mandated by State
regulation md claimed by the providers of the service.
The MDE has used a standard of 10 parts per million (ppm) Total Petroleum
Hydrocaibons (TPH) as a cut-offlevel below which treated soil is considered non-contaminated
and eligible for unrestricted use. Under this criteria, large quantities of soil have been treated in
the State, much from out-of-state sources and disproportional to the amount generated within the
state. Several of these technologies are not approved for use in most states, which gives cause for
concern that perhaps Maryland is not aware of the ramifications that can arise from the use of
some of these technologies.
We have been informed that a considerable amount of investigation has been conducted by
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The Honorable Carol M. Browner, Administrator
United States Environmental Protection Agency
March 1,1996
Page Two
question - bioremediation and cold-mixing. Recognizing that petroleum releases from
underground storage tanks are not considered, at least at this time, a hazardous waste, none-the-
less there apparently has been a great deal of work done by your RCRA office in deciding "Best
Demonstrated Available Technologies (BDAT) for a large variety of wastes that fell under 'land-
ban" restrictions. The studies seem to indicate that organic contaminants are not considered
candidates for treatment by using either asphalt-based cold-mix or Portland cement cold-mix
technologies. Apparently the concern by researchers is similar to the concern of this legislative
body, that is, that organic contaminants will tend to leach even after treatment. Also, I have been
informed that your Superfund office in Cincinnati, Ohio arrived at the same conclusion, and has
developed a guidance document (EPA/530/R-93/012) which indicates that this practice should be
avoided.
Bioremediation is an accepted means by which many contaminated sites can be remediated
to decreased contaminant levels while leaving the contaminated soil in place. However, in
Maryland there are treatment facilities which claim remediation of any petroleum-contaminated
soil at their off-she locations in thirty days to levels of 10 ppm or less TPH. While this would be
of tremendous benefit to the State, I've been told by industry expeits that this is not a physical or
microbiological possibility. Apparently there are recalcitrant compounds routinely found in
petroleum, such as polynudear aromatic hydrocarbons and oxygenates winch have bioremedial
half-lives that are routinely measured in tains of years. I've also been informed that the means by
which MDE determines whether a treated contaminated soil is "clean" is by use of a test (8015M,
purge and trap) that only measures the VOCs, therefore not measuring non-VOC hydrocarbons
when testing for acceptability as to unrestricted use.
We are therefore soliciting your response to the following inquiries:
1) Are the use of cold-mix technologies appropriate for hydrocarbon-contaminated
soil? Is there any possibility ofthe contaminants leaching once treated by these
methods? Are there any instances where RCRA would consider the cold-mixing
of a hydrocarbon contaminated hazardous waste, containing compounds similar to
those found in commonly encountered petroleum, a BDAT? What role does
volatization play in the disappearance of volatile organic compounds during cold-
mixing? Does EPA allow the use of cold-mix technologies to treat hydrocarbon-
contaminated soil at Superfund sites? If so, what conditions are placed on the
post-treatment use of this mixture? Lastly, are these cold-mix treatment mixtures
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The Honorable Carol M. Browner, Administrator
United States Environmental Protection Agency
March 1,1996
Page Three
2) Is EPA aware of any form ofbiopiles or ex-sku landfarming that can routinely
treat hydrocarbon-contaminated soils to levels of 10 parts per million of total
petroleum hydrocarbons? Are there any instances where EPA has found that
bioremediation can be used to treat any petroleum-contaminated soil to a level of
10 parts per million total petroleum hydrocarbons within 30 days? Are certain
hydrocarbons such as polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons or oxygenates
recalcitrant to bioremediation? What role does volatilization play in the
bioremediation of volatile organic compounds?
Your Agency's prompt response to these questions will enable us to proceed forward with
our deliberations in this matter. Mr. Steve Verch of my office is available to speak with your staff
member assigned to respond to this request He can be reached at (301) 858-3642. Thank you
for your efforts in this matter.
Sincerely,
MJ J- (jUL£)
Michael i. Collins

Senator
Maryland General Assembly

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460
November 18, 1985
OFFICE OF
SOUD WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
OSWER Directive #9523.50-1A
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT: Post-Closure Permit Part B Requirements
FROM:
Marcia E. Williams, Director
Office of Solid Waste
TO:
Waste Management Division Directors,
Regions I-X
This Office has recently received a number of inquiries
concerning information requirements for Part B post-closure
permit applications. Outlined below is a brief discussion of
those requirements and a list of information elements which
should be included in such applications.
40 CFR 270.14 establishes the information requirements for
RCRA permit applications. Because of the inherent differences
between an operating permit and a permit covering only post-
closure care activities, some of the information requirements for
an operating permit will not be applicable to a permit for the
post-closure care period. Section 270.10(c) gives EPA and States
the authority to determine that an application is complete
whenever an application form and supplemental information are
completed to the satisfaction of the Director. We therefore
recommend that the Director only require information be submitted
which is relevant to post-closure care activities. Relevant
information may be determined on a case-by-case basis. At a
minimum however, it should include:
A. Pre-HSWA Regulatory Requirements (§270.14):
A copy of the post-closure inspection schedule
(5270.14(b)(5))
Floodplain information (§270.14(11)(iii - iv))
A copy of the post-closure plan (§270.14(b) (13))
Documentation of the notice in deed or an appropriate
alternative instrument (1270.14(b)(14))
Cost estimate for post-closure and post-closure
financial mechanism (§270.14CbH^>)
A copy of the state -financial instsroment It appropriate
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Groundwater data and information demonstrating
compliance with requirements for detection monitoring,
compliance monitoring and corrective action, as
applicable (8270.14(c))
B. Hew information required by HSWA, including at least:
- Information on solid waste management units and
releases from those units (§264.101; see RSI #3)
Financial responsibility for corrective action (if
applicable)
For landfills and surface impoundments, exposure
information ( §270.10(j)) (Note that lack of exposure
information would not result in an incomplete
application, but would be a separate violation).
As stated above, this list represents the minimum
information that should be required. In some cases, it may be
appropriate to require additional information depending on the
nature of the facility, waste characteristics and other factors.
For example, if a facility is expected to handle wastes (e.g.,
leachates) during the post-closure period which could potentially
cause environmental or public health damage if mismanaged or if
accidents were to occur, it may be advisable to require a
contingency plan (§270.14(b)(7)).
If you have any further questions, please contact George
Faison at 382-2221.
cc: RCRA Branch Chiefs
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
„	9525.1986(04)
Afi f ? **R
Mr. Craig A. Barney
Kohn and 8aat
Research Laboratories
727 Horrlatowrt Road
Spring House. Pa. 19477
Dear Mr. Barneys
Thank you for your letter of July 16, regarding the aanageoenc
of aclntillatlon vials containing DO01 wastes. I will respond to
your questions In order.
1.	If a RCRA facility (either permitted or with Interim
status) intends to aanage waste other than those identified
in its Part A permit application (whether as a result of
handling sized waste or otherwise) , it aust subtile a revised
Part A permit application to apply for a perait aodlflcation
or a change during interia status, whichever is applicable
(see 40 CFR 270.41 and 270.72). The sane is true if the units
or processes in which those wastes are aanaged will change as
a result of accepting wastes previously not included on the
Part A. Only where none of the Indorsation on the existing
Part A changes aay a facility aanage radioactive alxed
wastes without any notification to IPA or the authorized
State.
2.	If the facility is not changing the hazardous wastes it
is handling or the units or processes in which the wastes
are handled, then the RCRA perait need not be aaended.
However, the facility aust coaply with any applicable MRC
licensing requlreaents, as well, If it wishes to begin
storing radioactive alxed waste.
3.	The waste aust be aanlfested In accordance with both
RCRA and ASA requlreaents.
However, radioactive alxed waste la not subject to AEA
requlreaents if Che Nuclear Regulatory Coaaission has designated
the radioactive coaponents of that waata aa "below regulatory
concern", this has been done for liquid scintillation aedla with
0.05 aicrocurles or lass of hydrogen-3 or carbon-14, per graa of
aedlua used for liquid scintillation counting (see attached
Federal Register notice).

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HOTLINE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
January 1996
9525.1996(01)
I
rasas
•urn*

3. Conversion of permitted or Interim
Status Units to Generator
Accumulation Units ^
j - ; /•«•/•;••••-•••" - ••
A treatment,storage, ordisposal facility
(TSDF) stores hazardous waste in permitted '
storage units. The owner or operator wishes
to convert some of the permitted storage units
into generator 90-day accumulation units used
to manage wastes that are generated on site.
What requirements must the owner or operator
comply with before a permitted unit may
operate as a generator 90-day accumulation..
unit?	•
Generally, an owner or operator removing .
a unit from the jurisdiction of a RCRA permit
must first close .the unit in accordance with all
of the applicable closure provisions for
permitted units. In this case, since the
converted units will continue to store
hazardous waste, conversion will not trigger
closure requirements because the unit will not
have received its final "volume of hazardous .
waste (40 CFR Part 264.113(a)). Once the unit
receives waste for the last time, the owner or
operator must comply with the more stringent
permitted closure provisions in 40 CFR Part
264 (Subpart G and the unit specific closure
provisions), father than the closure provisions
for generator accumulation units referenced in
§262,34(a). In addition, the owner or operator !
most maintain financial assurance pursuant to
Part 264, Subpart H, until closure of the unit is
complete (57 EE 37254; August 18,1992). To
indicate that hazardous waste management
activities in the converted unit are no longer
covered by the facility's permit, the facility
must submit the appropriate permit
modification'. ' . .	"
Owners or operators converting interim
status units to 90-day accumulation units also
need not begin final closure until .after the final
•receipt of hazardous waste (40 CFR Pan
265.113(a)). Upon final closure, the owner or
operator must comply with die interim status
closure provisions in Part 265 (Subpart G and
the unit specific closure provisions). As with
permitted TSDFs, the ovyner or operator of
interim status facilities must maintain financial
assurance pursuant'to Part 264, Subpart H,
until final closure is completed.

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460
FEB 27 1996 .
,T. l>. Nebrich, Jr.
Technical Director
OFFICEOF
SOLO WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
9551.1996(01)
Waste Technology Services Inc.
640 Park Place
Niagara Falls, New York 14301
Dear Mr. Nebrich:
Thank you for your letter of November 14, 1995 regarding clarification
of the "mixture rule," the "contained-in" policy, LDR issues, and "point of
generation" for U096, (a,a,Dimethylbenzylhydroperoxide). The U096 waste
itself is subject to the LDR requirements in 40 CFR Subpart 268.42 and must be
treated by the methods specified. When wastes exhibiting a RCRA
characteristic (such as 0096) are mixed with a solid waste, if the resulting
mixture does not exhibit the characteristic (in this case of reactivity), then
the waste is not required to be disposed in a Subtitle C landfill, but cam be
disposed in a Subtitle D landfill. However, the waste is still subject to
treatment by the methods specified in 40 CFR Subpart 268.42 {see 40 CFR
Subpart 261.3(a)(2) (iii) J.
If U096 waste was spilled on soil, the EPA or authorized State Agency
overseeing the cleanup could determine whether the soil did or did not contain
hazardous waste, based on the "contained-in" policy. EPA's "contained-in"
policy does not specify levels at which "contained-in" determinations must be
made. Those decisions are left to the discretion of the EPA or State program
that is making the "contained-in" determination. Therefore, the "contained-in"
policy does not require that the U096 be analyt