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Distribution of the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest in Michigan

In an earlier article I summarized the responsibilities of a hazardous waste generator for the completion and distribution of the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest (Manifest).  Read: Use and Distribution of the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest.  That article dealt only with…

Distribution of the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest in Ohio

In an earlier article I summarized the responsibilities of a hazardous waste generator for the completion and distribution of the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest (Manifest).  Read: Use and Distribution of the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest.  That article dealt only with…

Use and Distribution of the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest

Most generators of hazardous waste are required to use the uniform hazardous waste manifest (Manifest) for the off-site transport of their hazardous waste. In practice, though, all generators will use the manifest when offering their hazardous waste for off-site transportation…

TCEQ Pollution Prevention Waste Management Workshop – Registration Now Open!

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) requires Pollution Prevention plans for the following facilities in Texas: Large Quantity Generator of hazardous waste. Small Quantity Generator of hazardous waste. Facility that submits the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Form R Report.…

Q&A: Is an Illinois Facility ID Number Required for a Company That Generates no More Than 100 kg of Special Waste per Month?

A question from a former coworker (way back a looong time ago we both worked for a hazardous waste transportation and disposal company that no longer exists:  Laidlaw Environmental Services) on August 8, 2016: Hey Dan, hope you are doing…

Q&A: Using the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest for Shipments of Special Waste in Illinois

A question from a past Onsite Training attendee on April 26, 2016: Does the generator need to provide a manifest for non hazardous industrial waste? What elements are required in the manifest? Can a bill of lading be sufficient? A…

Two Exemptions From Universal Waste Regulations in California

The Federal regulations of the USEPA at 40 CFR 273 identify four types of universal waste: Lamps Batteries Mercury-containing equipment Recalled or cancelled pesticides States that choose to operate their own authorized hazardous waste program may retain these four, slightly revise…

Oregon DEQ Fines W.R. Grace & Co. $6,600 for Hazardous Waste Transport Violations

The Bullet: The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (OR DEQ) has fined W.R. Grace & Co. $6,600 for illegally transporting hazardous waste to its Albany facility. Who: W.R. Grace and Company is an American chemical conglomerate based in Columbia, Maryland.…

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to Host Pollution Prevention Waste Management Workshop

A business should always be looking for ways to reduce the amount of waste it generates.  Those generators that are the status of a large quantity generator or small quantity generator are subject to the requirements of the Waste Minimization Certification which…

Michigan DEQ Launches New Drug Disposal Web Page

On April 29th, 2016 the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) launched its new Drug Disposal Web Page for businesses and citizens of Michigan.  It includes: Locations and information on drug “takeback” activities throughout the state. Provides information for the…