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DOE-HDBK-1139/1-2000
Change Notice No. 1
Identifying a "hazardous waste"
The generator of a waste is responsible for determining whether waste is a
"hazardous waste" subject to regulatory requirements.
Procedures should ensure that a timely determination is made (by a
qualified person).
Procedures should be based on definitions in RCRA and applicable state
Hazardous Waste
law.
40 CFR 261.20,
261.21, 261.22,
To be classified as "hazardous," a chemical waste must exhibit one or more
261.23, 261.24
characteristics of hazardous waste (40 CFR 261.20-24), or be listed as a
40 CFR 261.30,
hazardous waste (40 CFR 261.30-33).
261.31, 261.32,
261.33
Note that the listed hazardous wastes include pure and commercial grade
formulations of certain unused chemicals [i.e., Pure (P) and Unused (U)
listed wastes].
Some requirements for storage of hazardous waste
Mark hazardous chemical waste accumulation tanks and containers with the
date the waste was placed in the unit, as well as with the words "Hazardous
Waste."
Ensure that the wastes are accumulated in units that are in good condition,
stored in areas with adequate ventilation and drainage, and kept closed
except to add or remove waste.
40 CFR 262.34
Certain chemical wastes can be accumulated in a "satellite accumulation
area" (40 CFR 262.34(c)). Requirements are limited, but must be observed.
Generators of hazardous waste are subject to specific quantity and time
limits that restrict the amount of waste that may be stored on site at any one
time (i.e., without a permit), and the length of time such storage is allowed.
Permitting
Facilities that generate hazardous waste may be required to obtain a permit.
Facilities that store hazardous waste for greater than 90 days require a
permit.
Facilities that treat or dispose of hazardous waste generally require a
permit.
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