Assuming these standards are met, non-laundered wipes will be able to be disposed of in either a lined, non-hazardous waste landfill or in a hazardous waste landfill; a municipal waste combustor regulated under New Source Performance standards (section 129) under the Clean Air Act or a hazardous waste combustor or hazardous waste boiler or industrial furnace.
What does HWC stand for?
HWC stands for Hazardous Waste Combustor
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We have 82 other meanings of HWC in our Acronym Attic
- Haines Watts Business Recovery and Insolvency (UK)
- Health and Wellbeing Survey (Australian Institute of Family Studies)
- Hueston Woods Biological Station (est. 2004; Ohio)
- Home Wine and Beer Trade Association (Valrico, FL)
- Heart Weight to Body Weight
- Handle With Care
- Hardware Configuration
- Hardy Wine Company Limited (Australia)
- Harmonized Wage Code
- Hassett Willis and Company (consulting firm; Washington, DC)
Samples in periodicals archive:
PITTSBURGH, March 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Air & Waste Management Association has issued a Call for Abstracts for its specialty conferences: Visibility and Air Pollution, Vapor Intrusion, and the International Conference on Thermal Treatment Technologies and Hazardous Waste Combustors (IT3/HWC).
In setting the standards for the hazardous waste combustors, EPA set the minimum standards for existing sources, or MACT floor, at the worst level achieved by any source in the top 12% of the industry.
The Clinton Administration already has taken a number of aggressive actions to reduce mercury air pollution, including significantly reducing allowable emissions from municipal waste combustors, medical waste incinerators and hazardous waste combustors.
Hazardous waste combustors include incinerators, cement kilns and lightweight aggregate kilns that incinerate hazardous wastes.