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Chapter 173-303 WAC

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DANGEROUS WASTE REGULATIONS

WAC Sections

HTMLPDF173-303-010Purpose.
HTMLPDF173-303-016Identifying solid waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-017Recycling processes involving solid waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-019Legitimacy criteria for recycling of hazardous secondary materials.
HTMLPDF173-303-020Applicability.
HTMLPDF173-303-030Abbreviations.
HTMLPDF173-303-040Definitions.
HTMLPDF173-303-045References to EPA's hazardous waste and permit regulations.
HTMLPDF173-303-050Department of ecology cleanup authority.
HTMLPDF173-303-060Notification, identification numbers, and annual reports.
HTMLPDF173-303-070Designation of dangerous waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-071Excluded categories of waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-072Procedures and bases for exempting and excluding wastes.
HTMLPDF173-303-073Conditional exclusion of special wastes.
HTMLPDF173-303-075Certification of designation.
HTMLPDF173-303-077Requirements for universal waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-080Dangerous waste lists.
HTMLPDF173-303-081Discarded chemical products.
HTMLPDF173-303-082Dangerous waste sources.
HTMLPDF173-303-083Deletion of certain dangerous waste codes following equipment cleaning and replacement.
HTMLPDF173-303-090Dangerous waste characteristics.
HTMLPDF173-303-100Dangerous waste criteria.
HTMLPDF173-303-102Reserved.
HTMLPDF173-303-104State-specific dangerous waste numbers.
HTMLPDF173-303-110Sampling, testing methods, and analyses.
HTMLPDF173-303-120Recycled, reclaimed, and recovered wastes.
HTMLPDF173-303-140Land disposal restrictions.
HTMLPDF173-303-141Treatment, storage, or disposal of dangerous waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-145Spills and discharges into the environment.
HTMLPDF173-303-150Division, dilution, and accumulation.
HTMLPDF173-303-160Containers.
HTMLPDF173-303-161Overpacked containers (labpacks).
HTMLPDF173-303-169Quantity exclusion limits—Generator category determinations.
HTMLPDF173-303-170Requirements for generators of dangerous waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-171Conditions for exemption for a small quantity generator.
HTMLPDF173-303-172Conditions for exemption for a medium quantity generator that accumulates dangerous waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-173Alternative standards for episodic generation.
HTMLPDF173-303-174Satellite accumulation area regulations for medium quantity generators and large quantity generators.
HTMLPDF173-303-180Manifest.
HTMLPDF173-303-190Preparing dangerous waste for transport.
HTMLPDF173-303-200Conditions for exemption for a large quantity generator that accumulates dangerous waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-201Preparedness, prevention, emergency procedures and contingency plans for large quantity generators.
HTMLPDF173-303-202Reserved.
HTMLPDF173-303-210Generator recordkeeping.
HTMLPDF173-303-220Generator reporting.
HTMLPDF173-303-230Special conditions.
HTMLPDF173-303-235Alternative requirements for eligible academic laboratories.
HTMLPDF173-303-240Requirements for transporters of dangerous waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-250Dangerous waste acceptance, transport, and delivery.
HTMLPDF173-303-260Transporter recordkeeping.
HTMLPDF173-303-270Discharges during transport.
HTMLPDF173-303-280General requirements for dangerous waste management facilities.
HTMLPDF173-303-281Notice of intent.
HTMLPDF173-303-282Siting criteria.
HTMLPDF173-303-283Performance standards.
HTMLPDF173-303-290Required notices.
HTMLPDF173-303-300General waste analysis.
HTMLPDF173-303-310Security.
HTMLPDF173-303-320General inspection.
HTMLPDF173-303-330Personnel training.
HTMLPDF173-303-335Construction quality assurance program.
HTMLPDF173-303-340Preparedness and prevention.
HTMLPDF173-303-350Contingency plan and emergency procedures.
HTMLPDF173-303-355Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act Title III coordination.
HTMLPDF173-303-360Emergencies.
HTMLPDF173-303-370Manifest system.
HTMLPDF173-303-380Facility recordkeeping.
HTMLPDF173-303-390Facility reporting.
HTMLPDF173-303-395Other general requirements.
HTMLPDF173-303-400Interim status facility standards.
HTMLPDF173-303-500Recycling requirements for state-only dangerous waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-505Special requirements for recyclable materials used in a manner constituting disposal.
HTMLPDF173-303-506Special requirements for the recycling of spent CFC or HCFC refrigerants.
HTMLPDF173-303-510Special requirements for dangerous wastes burned for energy recovery.
HTMLPDF173-303-515Standards for the management of used oil.
HTMLPDF173-303-520Special requirements for reclaiming spent lead acid battery wastes.
HTMLPDF173-303-522Special requirements for recycling spent antifreeze.
HTMLPDF173-303-525Special requirements for recyclable material utilized for precious metal recovery.
HTMLPDF173-303-573Standards for universal waste management.
HTMLPDF173-303-578Military munitions.
HTMLPDF173-303-600Final facility standards.
HTMLPDF173-303-610Closure and post-closure.
HTMLPDF173-303-620Financial requirements.
HTMLPDF173-303-630Use and management of containers.
HTMLPDF173-303-640Tank systems.
HTMLPDF173-303-645Releases from regulated units.
HTMLPDF173-303-646Corrective action.
HTMLPDF173-303-64610Purpose and applicability.
HTMLPDF173-303-64620Requirements.
HTMLPDF173-303-64630Use of the Model Toxics Control Act.
HTMLPDF173-303-64640Grandfathered corrective action management units (CAMUs).
HTMLPDF173-303-64650Corrective action management unit (CAMU).
HTMLPDF173-303-64660Designation of a corrective action management unit.
HTMLPDF173-303-64670Incorporation of a regulated unit within a CAMU.
HTMLPDF173-303-64680Temporary units (TUs).
HTMLPDF173-303-64690Staging piles.
HTMLPDF173-303-646910Disposal of CAMU-eligible wastes into permitted dangerous waste landfills.
HTMLPDF173-303-646920Disposal of CAMU-eligible wastes into permitted hazardous waste landfills located outside Washington.
HTMLPDF173-303-650Surface impoundments.
HTMLPDF173-303-655Land treatment.
HTMLPDF173-303-660Waste piles.
HTMLPDF173-303-665Landfills.
HTMLPDF173-303-670Incinerators.
HTMLPDF173-303-675Drip pads.
HTMLPDF173-303-680Miscellaneous units.
HTMLPDF173-303-690Air emission standards for process vents.
HTMLPDF173-303-691Air emission standards for equipment leaks.
HTMLPDF173-303-692Air emission standards for tanks, surface impoundments, and containers.
HTMLPDF173-303-693Dangerous waste munitions and explosives storage.
HTMLPDF173-303-695Containment buildings.
HTMLPDF173-303-700Requirements for the Washington state extremely hazardous waste management facility at Hanford.
HTMLPDF173-303-800Permit requirements for dangerous waste management facilities.
HTMLPDF173-303-801Types of dangerous waste management facility permits.
HTMLPDF173-303-802Permits by rule.
HTMLPDF173-303-803Permit application requirements.
HTMLPDF173-303-804Emergency permits.
HTMLPDF173-303-805Interim status permits.
HTMLPDF173-303-806Final facility permits.
HTMLPDF173-303-807Trial burns for dangerous waste incinerator final facility permits.
HTMLPDF173-303-808Demonstrations for dangerous waste land treatment final facility permits.
HTMLPDF173-303-809Research, development and demonstration permits.
HTMLPDF173-303-810General permit conditions.
HTMLPDF173-303-811Permits for boilers and industrial furnaces burning hazardous waste.
HTMLPDF173-303-815Facility-specific permit conditions.
HTMLPDF173-303-830Permit changes.
HTMLPDF173-303-840Procedures for decision making.
HTMLPDF173-303-841Integration with maximum achievable control technology (MACT) standards.
HTMLPDF173-303-845Appeal of decision.
HTMLPDF173-303-900Public involvement and participation.
HTMLPDF173-303-902Citizen/proponent negotiations.
HTMLPDF173-303-910Petitions.
HTMLPDF173-303-950Violations and enforcement.
HTMLPDF173-303-960Special powers and authorities of the department.
HTMLPDF173-303-9901Reserved.
HTMLPDF173-303-9903Discarded chemical products list.
HTMLPDF173-303-9904Dangerous waste sources list.
HTMLPDF173-303-9905Dangerous waste constituents list.
HTMLPDF173-303-9906Special waste bill of lading.
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