Drew chemical, environmental waste management training

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Drew chemical, environmental waste management training

  1. 1. Environmental Waste Management Presented by Ashland Environmental Services
  2. 2. Statutes vs. Regulations  RCRA: Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (statute) – 40CFR Parts 260-279  CERCLA: Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation & Liability Act – 40CFR Parts 300-374
  3. 3. Status Symbol  Generator  Co-Generator  PRP: Potentially Responsible Party
  4. 4. Disposal Options  Waste Water Treatment  Chemical Stabilization  Fuels Blending  Incineration
  5. 5. Disposal Considerations  EPA Treatment Hierarchy  Waste Codes & Land Disposal Restrictions  MSC Restrictions
  6. 6. Land Disposal Restrictions  HSWA: Hazardous & Solid Waste Amendments  Treatment Standards – ie. Non-WW D008 (lead) = 0.75mg/l  Treatment Technologies – ie. Non-WW D002 (corrosive) DEACT
  7. 7. Disposal Considerations  EPA Treatment Hierarchy  Waste Codes & Land Disposal Restrictions  MSC Restrictions
  8. 8. Waste Determination  Hazardous Waste – Characteristic D001: Ignitable / FP <140°F D002: Corrosive / pH <2 or >12.5 D003: Reactive / violent change D004-D043: Toxic / TCLP
  9. 9. Waste Determination  Hazardous Waste – Listed F: Non-Specific Source K: Specific Source U: Unused Commercial Chemical Product P: Acutely Hazardous Waste
  10. 10. Waste Determination  Universal Waste Lamps Batteries Pesticides Mercury Containing Equipment
  11. 11. Waste Determination  State Regulated Waste – State Waste codes  CA, MA, NY – “Special” Waste  Examples – Antifreeze and other non-hazardous liquids
  12. 12. Material Determination  9 Hazard Classes – 3, 8, and 9 are the most common
  13. 13. Material Determination  Proper Shipping Description Examples UN1203, Gasoline, 3, IIUN1203, Gasoline, 3, II NA3082, Hazardous Waste Solid,NA3082, Hazardous Waste Solid, n.o.s. (D008), 9, IIIn.o.s. (D008), 9, III
  14. 14. The “Process”  TSD: Treatment, Storage, Disposal – Issued permit by the state – Waste Profile demonstrates compliance with the permit
  15. 15. Elements of the “Profile”  Waste Stream Name  Process Generating  Storage Time, Climate/Conditions  Waste Codes  Properties (flash, solids, ph, etc.)  DOT information  Composition
  16. 16. The “Process”  TSD: Treatment, Storage, Disposal – Issued permit by the state – Waste Profile demonstrates compliance with the permit – Analytical or not? – WAP verifies that waste received matches the profile it was approved under – Off-specs
  17. 17. The Manifest  Completes “Cradle to Grave”  6 copies to each document
  18. 18. Containerization  EPA – DM, DF, TP, TT  DOT – POPS – U/N Rated – 1A1, 1H2, 4G

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