Chapters cover waste profiling, facility permitting, preparation of a waste analysis plan, record keeping, and training programs.
What does WAP stand for?
WAP stands for Waste Analysis Plan (WIPP)
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We have 159 other meanings of WAP in our Acronym Attic
- Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (play, movie)
- Women Artists of the West
- Wait and Pay
- Wale Adenuga Productions (Nigeria)
- Wandering Atrial Pacemaker
- War and Peace (Tolstoy novel)
- Warning Annunciator Panel
- Washington Apple Pi
- Waste Acceptance Process
- Waste Acceptance Product
- Water Allocation Planning (various organizations)
- Watershed Agricultural Program (New York)
- Watershed Assessment Procedure (forestry industry)
- Wavelength Assignment Problem
- weak anthropic principle
- Weapon Alternative Processor
- Weapon Appraisal Process
- Weatherization Assistance Program
- Web Access Project (National Center for Accessible Media)
- Web Affiliate Program
Samples in periodicals archive:
A compliance order, filed at the same time requires that Dearborn Refining: -- submit a closure plan to EPA and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality; -- construct a secondary containment system; -- label all tanks and containers with the words "used oil"; -- use only storage tanks and containers that are in good condition; -- have an adequate internal communications system available to employees; -- maintain emergency equipment; and -- submit emergency and waste analysis plans.
Chapters on subjects rarely discussed are included such as waste profiling, facility permitting, preparation of a waste analysis plan, record-keeping and training programs.
The alleged violations against the company include: failing to obtain hazardous waste tank assessments prior to beginning operations, failing to conduct daily inspections, deficiencies in the facility's waste analysis plan and operating record, and failing to minimize the possibility of a hazardous waste release.
The violations included failing to prepare adequate closure and waste analysis plans and demonstrate financial assurance for closure, failing to adequately identify waste received from generators, failing to maintain records for waste generated on the site, failing to notify U.
Violations noted during the inspections included: failure to monitor and record the flow rates into the cement kiln and failure to maintain an adequate waste analysis plan.