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Carbon Adsorption: Treatment Specific Guidance (Historical)

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
96-415January 1996December 2002
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology; Hervieux, Patricia
Description This document may be used by generators interested in treating their own waste by carbon adsorption, on-site, in accumulation tanks or containers.1 Generators of hazardous waste who comply with these standards, and the standards in Technical Information Memorandum (TIM) #96-412, Treatment by Generator, will meet the requirements of the Dangerous Waste Regulations, Chapter 173-303 WAC. This document provides guidance only for treatment by generator. If treatment is done according to this guidance document, a permit or other
written approval is not necessary.
NOTES This publication has been replaced by publication 24-04-033, Focus on: Treatment by Carbon Adsorption.
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Keywords container, guidance, dangerous waste regulations, hazardous waste, treatment, tanks, tank, waste

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