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re: Radioactive/EPA Hazardous Liquid Waste
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- Date: Fri, 07 Mar 1997 09:18:16 -0600
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If you hold a full container of RCRA regulated waste for greater than 90
days you probably need a Part B TSDF permit for your facility.The EPA
published a policy statement in the Federal Register (August 29, 1991 page
42730-42734) on the storage of mixed waste. Basically they would relax the
enforcement of some regulations, but you still needed a storage permit for
greater than 90 days. Since then however, processors such as DSSI in
Tennessee and PermaFix in Florida have expanded the management options of
mixed waste, so the EPA may be less forgiving then they were in 1991.
If you would like more information, contact me directly.
<Does anyone out there know how the EPA regards mixed waste stored for
<more than 90 days? Has the EPA published any notices regarding how their
<inspectors will cite mixed waste held for decay?
<Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical Research