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Questions about Containers
BARRELS: Is container-specific containment required for a 55-gallon barrel? We have a facility in which all storm drains run to an oil-water separator...
If after using a plastic bottle of a flammable liquid could you store the empty container in a flammable cabinet?
In the State of Tennessee how often does the hazard waste collection sites have to be checked? Is it once per week or once every seven days?
PAINT CANS: Should empty paint cans be collected and shipped as hazardous waste, or can they be incinerated along with solid waste?
RCRA EMPTY: A container identified as RCRA empty was sent to a drum reconditioner. Upon arrival, the container was determined not RCRA empty. Can the drum reconditioner send the container back to the generator (not a treatment facility) using a bill
RCRA EMPTY: Can expended acetylene bottles be disposed of without triggering RCRA issues?
RCRA EMPTY: Is there any new interpretation by EPA on what is considered RCRA empty for containers?
RETIRED DRUMS: While in the process of updating our SPCC Plan, we are looking at our 55-gallon drum retirement program...
What EPA Hazardous Waste Number should be assigned on the Hazardous Waste Manifest when shipping for disposal un-punctured, aerosol cans with carbon dioxide propellant that are assumed to be empty of the product they were intended to spray (e.g. paint)?
Would an aerosol dispenser meet the definition of a "RCRA Exempt Reycling Unit" if the punctured aerosols were managed as "scrap metal?" if so, do you feel it would be permissible to locate this exempt unit in a <90 Day Area (labeled as RCRA Exempt R
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