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Special Conditions of a Large Quantity Generator to Prevent Accidental Ignition or Reaction of Ignitable or Reactive Hazardous Waste

The regulations of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) address the generation, identification, management, treatment, transportation, and final disposal of hazardous waste from cradle-to-grave.  Most of the regulatory responsibilities are those…

Q&A: Can a driver with a CLP drive an “empty” tanker with hazmat residue?

A question from someone within the trucking industry on April 27, 2017: Before a driver with a CLP (commercial learners permit) can drive an empty tanker (with a previous hazmat load) does the tank have to be “certified” as “cleaned”…

Q&A: Must entries on the uniform hazardous waste manifest be made from “most hazardous” to “less hazardous”?

A question from a previous customer (I encourage my past customers to contact me anytime with questions that I gladly answer at no charge): Hi Dan, I hope all is well! I have a quick question regarding manifest line item…

Michigan DEQ Webinar: Reporting Requirements of Designated Facility for Liquid Industrial By-products

If your facility accepts liquid industrial by-products (formerly liquid industrial waste) from a waste generator in Michigan you must be aware of the new – as of March 2016 – requirement to report this activity to the Michigan Department of…