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Hazardous Waste Transporters
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Hazardous waste transporters have to follow both U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and applicable U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations.
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Final Regulations 40 CFR 262, 264 and 265 - Conforming Changes to Canada-Specific Hazardous Waste Import-Export Recovery and Disposal Operation Codes 10/01/2021National
Questions & Answers Can a transporter store hazardous waste at a 10 day transfer facility then move to another transfer facility and store for 10 more days? 09/07/2011National
Questions & Answers Can I use multiple transfer facilities when transporting a hazardous waste shipment? 12/07/1999National
Regulatory Analysis Hazardous Waste Transporters  National
Guidance Documents Hazardous Waste Transporters Regulatory Analysis  National
Questions & Answers May a transporter store hazardous waste in stationary tanks at a transfer facility and still remain subject to the reduced transfer facility requirements of 40 CFR 263.12? 10/03/2007National
Questions & Answers My company owns several trucks that transport hazardous waste. Do I need more than one USEPA Identification Number? 12/07/1999National
Notices Uniform Fine Assessment Version 4.0 Software; Calculating Amounts of Civil Penalties for Violations of Regulations 09/01/2013National
Questions & Answers When a company transports hazardous waste to and from a transfer facility en route to the designated facility, does a separate USEPA Identification Number need to be entered on the manifest with respect to the transfer facility? 12/07/1999National
Questions & Answers When a hazardous waste shipment is transferred among drivers of the same transport company, is each driver required to sign the manifest? 12/07/1999National
Questions & Answers Who must sign the manifest when one entity owns a transport vehicle that is used by another entity to physically transport the waste? 12/07/1999National