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hazardous waste generator

Quick Take:  Number of Regulatory Requirements by Generator Status

Quick Take: Number of Regulatory Requirements by Generator Status

If you generate a hazardous waste you are subject to the hazardous waste generator regulations of the USEPA – and your state – for its cradle-to-grave management.  Your regulatory responsibilities are relative to the amount of hazardous waste you generate;…

Determining Your Hazardous Waste Generator Status

The determination of your hazardous waste generator status is necessary in order to identify which of the RCRA regulations (Federal & State) apply to your operations and what you must do to ensure compliance.  This determination is based on the…

Notification of Regulated Waste Activity Form for Hazardous Waste Generators

The US EPA requires you to submit a Notification of Regulated Waste Activity (8700-12) Form for certain activities involving wastes subject to the regulations of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).  A Notification is required if you handle a…

Cradle to Grave Under RCRA and CERCLA

RCRA – the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act – was passed in 1976 to amend the Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965 and to address a growing national concern over the improper management and disposal of both hazardous and non-hazardous…