|Emergency Assistance & Reporting||Call 911 as necessary. Follow your emergency plan. Contact the Production Safety Consultant.|
|Process||Construction Coordinator and/or Legal Scenic must review the Hazardous Waste Program prior to the start of Construction.|
|Federal, State and Local Regulations||
If you have questions about federal hazardous waste regulations, please see the EPA Hazardous Waste Regulatory Summary website.
For the address or phone number for your state agency, please see the EPA State links website..
|Regulated Waste Vendor||
Ensure the Production selects a reputable hazardous waste vendor, a contract is in place and all insurance requirements have been met.
|What kinds of hazardous waste will you generate?||
|How much will you generate?||CEQGs||SQGs|
< 220 lb / month
< 20 gal / month
< 100 kg / month
220-2204 lb / month
20-300 gal / month
100-1000 kg / month
NOTE: Approximate weight of common hazardous waste from productions:
|EPA ID Number||
Not typically required; check state regulations
|An EPA Identification Number is required.|
|On-Site Accumulation Quantity||
<2204 lb in a calendar month
|< 13,227 lb in a calendar month|
|Accumulation Time Limits||
|< 180 days|
|Labeling & Signs||
Each waste collection container has to have the appropriate label including:
|Recommended||A documented inspection of the container must be conducted at least weekly to check for leaks and signs of corrosion.|
|Personnel Training||Recommended||At least one person from the production should complete a "Hazardous Waste Handling" course. Contact the Production Safety Consultant to arrange training.|
|Contingency Plan||Recommended||Basic Contingency Plan Required.|
|Manifests (Transportation Documents)||
A qualified person (ie the person who completed Hazardous Waste Handling training) is responsible for signing all shipping documents including the Hazardous Waste Manifest. The manifest should be created by the Hazardous Waste Vendor.
Originals from the hazardous waste manifest generator copy and any other legal documents (eg LDR) should be forwarded within one week of transportation to the Production Safety Consultant.
|Emergency Preparedness||Keep spill cleanup materials close to where chemicals are used or stored, including but not limited to collection areas and fuel trucks. Recommended spill kit.|
|Secondary Containment||Secondary containment is required for storage of all 55-gallon. Secondary containment must be able to hold 110% of the capacity of the largest container (for example, 61-gallon capacity secondary containment is appropriate for four-55 gallon drums).|
|Safety Data Sheets and Waste Profiles||(SDS or MSDS) Should have on site for all products. SDS can also be obtained by calling the SDS Hotline at (888) 362-7416. Provide SDS to vendor for waste profiles and keep them on file.|