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Small Quantity Generators Treating Dangerous Waste

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
14-04-004February 2014February 2021
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description Generators may accumulate and treat dangerous waste on site without a treatment, storage, and disposal permit if they meet certain on-site management requirements and treatment rules. This practice is called treatment by generator.

Small quantity generators may treat their own waste if they follow the guidance in this focus sheet.
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Keywords small quantity generator, treatment by generator, treatment, dangerous waste
WEB PAGE Dangerous waste treatment by generator
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