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The violations included storage of hazardous waste for longer than 90 days without a RCRA permit, hazardous waste container management violations, emergency equipment violations, training violations, RCRA contingency plan violations, universal waste management violations, operation of a hazardous waste facility without a RCRA permit, and failing to comply with hazardous waste generator requirements, including failure to label waste containers, failure to date waste containers, and failure to keep waste containers closed.
United States as a Method for "Back Door" RCRA Enforcement Through the FPCA 2.
In the 138-page document's discussions of how RCRA subtitle C or D might cloud fly ash specification for concrete, the agency invites "comment on potential refinements for certain beneficial uses"; "other suggestions on how EPA might promote beneficial use of CCRs"; and, "suggestions that would reduce any perceived impacts resulting from 'stigma' due to [RCRA subtitle C] identification of CCRs.
GAO was asked to review the extent to which (1) institutional controls are used at Superfund and RCRA sites and (2) EPA ensures that these controls are implemented, monitored, and enforced.
The main goal of the RRPI is to ensure that both munitions and their constituents are exempt from CERCLA and RCRA hazardous waste classifications as long as they remain on operational ranges.
However, more recently some have started sampling for LBP presence, which has raised concerns about RCRA and discouraged concrete recycling in some minds.
Written comments should be mailed to: RCRA Information Center, Mail code: 5305T, Environmental Protection Agency, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave.
This article will highlight the most important recent RCRA corrective action reforms with emphasis on DEP's contaminated media guidance.