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Author: Travis P. Wagner
ISBN: 0471285315
Language: English
Pages: 404 pages
Category: Engineering
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (August 15, 1992)
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The Hazardous Waste Q&A simplifies hazardous waste management under RCRA and HMTA by presenting these highly technical and often difficult to interpret regulations in an easy-to-understand, easy-to-use.

The Hazardous Waste Q&A simplifies hazardous waste management under RCRA and HMTA by presenting these highly technical and often difficult to interpret regulations in an easy-to-understand, easy-to-use question-and-answer format. This approach lets you go straight to the help you need without digging through pages and pages of dense, technical detail. You’ll find EPA-approved procedures and solutions for virtually every practical aspect of hazardous waste management: Identification and Classification Guidelines. Requirements for Medium-and Large-Quantity Generators.

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The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), enacted in 1976, is the principal federal law in the United States governing the disposal of solid waste and hazardous waste. RCRA was an amendment of the Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965. The act set national goals for: Protecting human health and the natural environment from the potential hazards of waste disposal.

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In 1990 Congress passed the Hazardous Materials Transportation Uniform Safety Act (HMTUSA). Wagner, Travis P. The Hazardous Waste Q & A: An In-Depth Guide to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. This act addressed the confusion by encouraging uniformity throughout the levels of government concerning guidelines for hazardous material transportation. Also, states are advised to designate certain highways and roads that are acceptable for hazardous material transportation. Indianapolis, IN: John Wiley and Sons, 1997.

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HSWA - the Federal Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments - are the 1984 amendments to RCRA that focused on waste minimization and phasing . The Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery (ORCR) implements RCRA

HSWA - the Federal Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments - are the 1984 amendments to RCRA that focused on waste minimization and phasing out land disposal of hazardous waste as well as corrective action for releases. Some of the other mandates of this law include increased enforcement authority for EPA, more stringent hazardous waste management standards, and a comprehensive underground storage tank program. The Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery (ORCR) implements RCRA. ORCR’s mission is to protect human health and the environment by ensuring responsible national management of hazardous and nonhazardous waste.

The Hazardous Waste Q & A An In-depth Guide to the ResourceConservation and Recovery Act and The Hazardous MaterialsTransportation Act Revised Edition Travis P. Wagner The "AnswerBook" for all your compliance questions. How much of your company'swaste is considered "hazardous" under current federal regulations?If the carrier you hire to remove waste is cited for a violation,can you also be held liable? Does your company's disposal programmeet new EPA and DOT requirements? Now you can find theauthoritative answers to these and hundreds of other critical wastemanagement problems--in minutes--with the revised edition of thispractical, quick-reference guide to RCRA and HMTA compliance. TheResource Conservation and Recovery Act and the Hazardous MaterialsTransportation Act have spawned an enormous and complex body ofregulations and requirements--among the most complicated laws inthe land. Unfortunately, while ensuring compliance with theseregulations is a top priority for both the EPA and DOT. helpingbusinesses understand and comply with the regulations is not.Written by a former technical compliance specialist for EPA. TheHazardous Waste Q&A helps you make sure your waste managementpractices fully meet these tough regulations--and will help youreduce your liability, too. The Hazardous Waste Q&A simplifieshazardous waste management under RCRA and HMTA by presenting thesehighly technical and often difficult to interpret regulations in aneasy-to-understand, easy-to-use question-and-answer format. Thisapproach lets you go straight to the help you need without diggingthrough pages and pages of dense, technical detail. You'll findEPA-approved procedures and solutions for virtually every practicalaspect of hazardous waste management:* Identification and Classification Guidelines* Requirements for Medium-and Large-Quantity Generators* Transportation under RCRA and HMTA* Recycling, Storage, Treatment, and Disposal* Ground Water Monitoring* Closure and Post-Closure* Financial Requirements* Operating and Post-Closure Permits* Corrective Action* State Regulations and EnforcementQuestions were developed from thousands of actual inquiriesreceived at EPA and from the author's experience consulting onhazardous wastes for private industry. In preparing the answers andguidelines, Mr. Wagner went beyond the regulations themselves togather additional facts and insights from source documents notreadily available to the layman, including OSWER Directives,Regulatory Interpretation Letters, Program Implementation Guidance,EPA policy memos and guidance manuals, DOT guidance manuals,Federal Register preambles, and RCRA/Superfund Hotline MonthlyReports. Thus, users will find Q&A not just convenient butauthoritative and in depth## For everyone concerned withhazardous## managers, health and safety managers, attor## Q&Ais an unrivalled productivity resource. I## and classroom trainingthat is required by law##