Hazardous Waste Law and Practice, Volume 1
Hazardous waste generators are subject to the pervasive, cradle-to-grave regulatory scheme of Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. This law consists of hundreds of pages of regulations, backed up by thousands of pages of Federal Register explanations and associated background documents. This work provides an overview of this complex material.
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Preliminary Issues in Defining Hazardous Wastes
Current Regulatory Solid Waste Definition
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abandoned accumulated speculatively acute hazardous wastes Agency Agency’s answer to Figure Appendix VIII constituents Atomic Energy Act black liquor burned for energy by-product byproduct material CERCLA chromium Clean Water Act commercial chemical products Cong Congress Current Regulatory Hazardous deﬁned deﬁnition delisting emphasis added Energy Act materials energy recovery Environmental EPA’s facilities ﬁrst fuel hazardous waste characteristics hazardous waste definition hazardous waste status household waste incineration language listed hazardous wastes Listed Wastes listing criteria mining wastes mixed sewage exclusion Nonreclaimed Materials NPDES overaccumulation point source POTW preamble Question radioactive RCRA Subtitle recyclable materials recycling regulatory definition Regulatory Hazardous Waste regulatory solid waste requirements return-loop variance reused secondary materials signiﬁcant sludge solid waste definition solid waste exclusion solid waste status special waste spent material subcriteria Subtitle C regulation sulfuric acid tion toxic waste listing treatment warfarin waste category waste management wastes containing wastewater