by American Hazmat .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
The Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generator Handbook was prepared by the Hazardous Waste Program of the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). Neither DEQ nor any person acting on its behalf: (a) Make any warranty or representation, expressed or implied, with respect to. Understanding the Small Quantity Generator Hazardous Waste Rules A Handbook for Small Businesses Tech WREC The purpose of this book is to help small busi-ness owners and managers understand how the cluded in Appendix B of this handbook. Characteristic Wastes Even if a waste does not appear on one of the. Mr. Phifer has specialized in the management of small quantity generator wastes since As Chairman of the American Chemical Society's Task Force on RCRA, he is involved in establishing policies on hazardous waste management for laboratories and other small generators of waste. Introduction This handbook is intended to help Small Quantity Generators (SQGs) of hazardous wastes comply with federal and state hazardous waste laws and regulations. Small quantity generators can include both large and small businesses, as well as public institutions such as schools, hospitals, clinics, universities, and communities.
The information in this handbook is intended to assist you in determining which Hazardous Waste Program regulations are applicable to your facility and to inform you (the Small Quantity Generator or SQG) of your responsibilities for proper hazardous waste management. A small quantity generator is one who generates less than 1, kilograms (kg) of hazardous waste in a calendar month. RCRA further refines this category into two separate groups: • , kg/month (, pounds) small quantity generators (SQG). Each category of generator must comply with the hazardous waste rules specific to that category. This handbook is intended primarily to help SQGs and VSQGs (that is, busi-nesses that generate a small quantity of hazardous waste) learn about regulations that apply to them. This handbook explains only the federal requirements for. Generator Handbook May 1, Revised Ap A Guide to Complying with Kansas Hazardous Waste Generator Regulations Kansas Department of Health and Environment C. Small Quantity Generator (SQG) Requirements 21 D. Large Quantity Generator (LQG) Requirements
This handbook is intended as an educational tool for Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators. It does not constitute a complete reference to state, federal or local laws. In the event of inconsistency between this document and the regulatory language, the language in the hazardous waste management regulations controls. small quantity generators that operate at the large quantity generator level for four or more months of the year will be assessed the large quantity generator fee. Section () C.R.S., 6 CCR , sections and Notification Fees. and Large Quantity. 1. Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators (formerly referred to in Kentucky as Limited Quantity Genera-tors) - generate less than kilo-grams ( pounds) in any one month; waste quantity cannot be averaged over a 12 month period. Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators may keep hazardous waste. The purpose of this handbook is to provide information to those in business, industry, and institutions who may be generators of hazardous waste and to inform them of their responsibilities for proper hazardous waste management. This handbook will help you determine.