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The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act was enacted as an amendment to the Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965. RCRA is a combination of the first solid waste statutes and all subsequent amendments. RCRA authorizes EPA to regulate waste management activities. RCRA authorizes states to develop and enforce their own waste management programs, in lieu of the federal program, if a state's waste management program is substantially equivalent to, consistent with, and no less stringent than the federal program.
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Guidance Documents 25 Years of RCRA: Building on Our Past to Protect Our Future  National
Proposed Regulations 40 CFR Parts 261 and 262 - Hazardous Waste Management and the Retail Sector: Providing and Seeking Information on Practices To Enhance Effectiveness to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Program 02/14/2014National
Notices Agency Information Collection Activities; Proposed Collection; Comment Request; Identification, Listing and Rulemaking Petitions (Revision) 08/16/2017National
Notices Agency Information Collection Activities; Proposed Collection; Comment Request; RCRA Expanded Public Participation 03/21/2018National
Guidance Documents An Overview of Risk Assessment and RCRA  National
Guidance Documents Beyond RCRA - Waste and Materials Management in the Year 2020  National
Guidance Documents EPA’s Prior Determinations That Landfill Gas is Not a Solid Waste  National
Instructions Form 25R - Source Reduction Strategy (2540-PM-BWM0349 Instructions)  National
Guidance Documents How Does RCRA Work?  National
Notices Issuance of Revised EPA Publication SW-846 10/23/2013National
Guidance Documents Management of Contaminated Human Remains and Personal Effects from Homeland Security Events  National
Regulatory Analysis RCRA  National
Guidance Documents RCRA Enforcement and Compliance  National
Guidance Documents RCRA in Focus: Construction, Demolition, and Renovation  National
Guidance Documents RCRA Orientation Manual  National
Forms RCRA Subtitle C Reporting Instructions and Forms  National
Guidance Documents RCRA Training Module: Groundwater Monitoring  National
Guidance Documents RCRA Training Module: RCRA Financial Assurance  National
Guidance Documents RCRA Training Module: Solid and Hazardous Waste Exclusions  National
Guidance Documents Routine RCRA Inspections, Common Violations, and Enforcement Follow-up  National
Questions & Answers We collect certain hazardous materials, i.e. Ethidium Bromide and Formalin 10%, and label them as Non-RCRA Regulated Waste; are they still exempt from the OSHA HazCom labeling requirements as hazardous wastes are? 11/18/2015National
Questions & Answers Which States have more stringent RCRA reporting frequencies - annual, quarterly, semiannual, biannual, biennial? 01/16/2018National
Questions & Answers Which workers must be trained according to the RCRA regulations? Do all workers require at least some training? Are there certain workers excluded from all training requirements, such as administrative workers? 10/19/2004National