The requirements for accumulation (storage) in a central Accumulation area can be found in 40CFR 262.17: Conditions for exemption for a large quantity generator that accumulates hazardous waste. There are requirements listed for ignitable and… Read More »Segregation Requirements in Accumulation Areas
Federal regulations require large and small quantity generators of hazardous waste to obtain an EPA Identification (EPA ID) number using EPA Form 8700-12 and to submit the completed form to the authorized state agency or EPA regional office… Read More »How do I Obtain an EPA ID Number?
RCRA training helps to protect employees, prevent spills, and avoid costly EPA penalties as they carry out tasks involving hazardous waste. This training informs employees of EPA standards (found in 40 CFR Part 262) that… Read More »What are the training requirements under RCRA for Generators of hazardous waste?
In March of 2018 US EPA proposed adding waste aerosol cans to the federal list of Universal Wastes. The rule became final in December of 2019. The agency outlined possible benefits from the rule, including:… Read More »How does US EPA regulate the disposal of aerosols?