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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
3.0 Definitions and Acronyms
See Glossary.
4.0 Requirements for Pollution Prevention and Waste Minimization
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Consolidated Requirements
4.1 Pollution Prevention Policy
4.1.1  Pollution prevention must be integrated into the
DOE O 450.1 sec. 4(a)(1),
planning, execution and evaluation of all site
CRD sec. 1(a)
activities.
4.1.2
Federal agencies shall preferentially use pollution
EO 13148, sec. 303;
prevention projects and activities to correct and
prevent noncompliance with environmental
42 USC 13101
regulatory requirements.
4.2
Pollution Prevention Programs
DOE and its contractors shall develop and implement a
DOE O 450.1 CRD sec. 9;
pollution prevention program at DOE facilities that
compares the life-cycle costs of treatment and /or disposal
EO 13148, sec.304
of waste and pollutant streams to the life-cycle costs of
alternatives that eliminate or reduce toxic chemicals or
pollutants at the source.
4.2.1
A chemical user who generates hazardous waste
HSWA sec. 3005(h)(i);
must have a program in place to reduce the volume
or quantity and toxicity of such waste to the degree
40CFR264.73(b)(9);
determined by the generator to be economically
40CFR262, 264-265;
practicable.32
40CFR270;
42USC sec. 6922(b) and 6925
(h)
4.2.2
All DOE elements (see definition) must ensure that
DOE O 450.1, sec. 4.1.(1)(b),
sites' Integrated Safety Management System
CRD sec.1(a) and 3
(ISMS (see definition) includes an Environmental
Management System (EMS, see definition) that
provides for the systematic planning, integrated
execution and evaluation of programs for pollution
prevention.
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This is an implied or indirect requirement to have a waste and toxicity reduction program. The actual requirement is for a
certifying signature on hazardous waste manifests; on permits for treatment, storage, or disposal of hazardous waste; and in
Hazardous Waste Generator Biennial Reports as to the existence of a waste and toxicity reduction program. A violation would
be for false certification of the existence of a waste and toxicity reduction program, rather than for not having the program.
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