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Inventory of industrial hazardous waste generation in New York State

Inventory of industrial hazardous waste generation in New York State

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Published by Division of Solid Waste Management, New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Hazardous wastes -- New York (State)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Bureau of Hazardous Waste under the direction of Charles N. Goddard, Paul R. Counterman.
      SeriesDEC technical report
      ContributionsNew York (State). Bureau of Hazardous Waste.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD811.5 .I58 1979
      The Physical Object
      Pagination198 p. in various pagings :
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3143662M
      LC Control Number82621191

      East State Street Trenton, NJ Phone: () Fax: () or () NOTE: For information on Solid and Hazardous Waste Transporter Registration please access their webpage, see "Helpful Links" on the upper right corner of this page. Division of Solid and Hazardous Waste. Chapter 3 - Minimizing Hazardous Waste Generation; Chapter 4 - Hazardous Waste Generator Requirements. Hazardous Waste Generation, Management, and Disposal; Hazardous Waste Transportation; Generator Status; Chapter 5 - Managing Hazardous Waste; Chapter 6 - Where Hazardous Waste Is Generated (Satellite Accumulation Areas).

      Whenever you buy a new battery, you pay a $5 surcharge. If you return a “dead” car battery when purchasing a new one, the $5 surcharge on the new battery is waived. Bring “dead” automotive batteries to any DSNY Household Special Waste Drop-Off Site or an upcoming SAFE Disposal Event. This book is a concise presentation of Chapter B of the New York Consolidated Laws. Environmental law impacts a broad range of human activity - for example, recreation, agriculture, land use, water rights, manufacturing, mining, and real estate development. Title 9 Industrial Hazardous Waste Management Article 73 New York State Canal.

        A statewide inventory of hazardous-waste generators and the amounts they produce was a major task assigned to the commission so that it could formulate its full siting plan. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation regulations do not allow the use of codes, chemical abbreviations, chemical formulas and symbols to describe the waste. Hazardous waste consisting of multiple elements or compounds requires the identification of each constituent, and the approximate percentage by weight or volume it.


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Inventory of industrial hazardous waste generation in New York State Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cover title: Industrial hazardous waste generation in New York State, an inventory. "June " "SW-P" Description: pages in various pagings: illustrations ; 28 cm.

Series Title: DEC technical report. Responsibility: prepared by Bureau of Hazardous Waste under the direction of Charles N. Goddard, Paul R. Counterman.

The annual report on a facility's generation and management of hazardous waste during the previous calendar year is due to DEC by March 1 each year. Assessments and Fees - Special assessments are levied on all facilities in New York that generate hazardous waste and all hazardous waste TSDFs receiving waste from offsite.

Regulatory program fees. Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal - Managing the safe transfer, storage and disposal of hazardous waste materials.

Waste Transporters - The New York State Environmental Conservation Law requires that anyone engaged in the transportation of regulated waste generated or disposed of within New York State must possess a valid New. In% of the total tracked shipments of hazardous waste in the state were involved in a reportable hazardous waste incident during active transport, indicating that the risk of a release of hazardous waste to the environment during transportation in New York State is low.

Nor are the risks associated with the released wastes significant. A Hazardous Waste Report (Report), for each calendar year, is required and must be submitted by large quantity generators and treatment, storage and/or disposal facilities in New York State. The Report must be submitted to and received by the DEC by March 1 of each year.

More about Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal: Hazardous Waste Manifest System - New York State tracks the movement of hazardous waste generated and managed in the State from cradle to grave - from when it leaves the place of generation until it gets to the place where it is managed.; Hazardous Waste Manifesting Training Material - Instructions and guidance for the proper.

New York follows the federal regulations for hazardous waste generators, with additional requirements in connection with notification of hazardous waste activities, state hazardous wastes, annual reports, exception reports, on-site storage rules, on-site treatment rules, transporter requirements, shipping.

Industrial/Commercial Waste - Information of Industrial/Commercial Waste. Fluorescent and HID Lamps - Fluorescent lamps as hazardous waste and universal waste; Regulated Medical Waste - Information on Regulated Medical Waste in New York State.

Used Electronic Equipment - Due to rapid changes in technology, electronic equipment quickly becomes. Quarterly Return for Special Assessments on Hazardous Waste Generated in New York State: TPR: Instructions on form: Claim for Refund of Special Assessments on Hazardous Waste in New York State: Other information.

Hazardous waste tax publications and resources; Updated: J Department of Taxation and Finance. The Guide for Industrial Waste Managementaddresses non-hazardous industrial waste subject to Subtitle D of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The reader is referred to the existence of 40 CFR PartSubparts A and B, which provide federal requirements for non-hazardous industrial waste facilities or practices.

State-Specific Universal Waste Regulations. The table below has links to state regulations. The universal waste regulations can vary between states and states can add different types of wastes. The map shows the states that have universal waste regulations and which of those states have added different waste categories (in green).

EPA prepared this booklet, the Hazardous Waste Report - Instructions and Form (EPA Form A/B), for hazardous waste generators and for facilities that treat, store, or dispose hazardous waste to report their hazardous waste activities for calendar year waste and development of new substitute prod-ucts for hazardous materials, 3M has saved $20 million over 4 years.1 Other firms have estab-lished corporate task forces to investigate solu-tions to their hazardous waste management problems, One solution has been recycling and recovery of waste generated by one plant for.

surcharge. If you return an old car battery when purchasing a new one, the $5 surcharge on the new battery is waived. DSNY Drop-Off.

Bring car batteries to a SAFE Disposal Event or to any DSNY. Household Special Waste Drop-Off Site. See pages for details. Enforcement Contact the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation at bit. An inventory of industrial hazardous waste generation in New York State.

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Report, June MacKay, D., and R. Matsugu. A waste assessment or audit is a systematic review of your building and its operations to identify the quantity and composition of materials in your waste stream.

Knowing what’s in waste enables you to effectively tailor your waste reduction program. Learn the best practices for conducting a waste.

hazardous waste. SQGs must com-ply with EPA requirements for man-aging hazardous waste described in this document. LQGs: Large Quantity Generators:You are considered an LQG if you gen-erate more than 2, lbs (1, kg) per month of hazardous waste.

LQGs must comply with more extensive hazardous waste rules than those summarized in this handbook. In many cases a state has lowered the amounts allowed for the very small quantity generators (lower than pounds) so it is important to check your state hazardous waste regulations.

General Comparison of Generator Requirements to Universal Waste Requirements. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and New York State’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), regulate the generation, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste chemicals.

These regulations apply to all hazardous waste generated by Cornell University and impose specific requirements on all waste generators.

Zoning Resolution of the City of New York and Chapter 24 of Title 15 of the Rules of the City of New York. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. A hazardous material is any substance that poses a threat to human health or the environment.

Substances that may be of concern include, but are not limited to, the following: HEAVY METALS. Cliff VanGuilder is a licensed Professional Engineer with 20 years of experience as the Regional Solid & Hazardous Materials Engineer for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC).

He was certified as a hazardous waste inspector by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and NYSDEC.Quantifying New York City’s Municipal Solid Waste Each year, New York City generates approximately 14 million tons of waste and recyclables.1 Nea tons of waste are collected per day, and the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) manages about 25% of this amount.

The remaining 75% is generated by private businesses or 1 City of New York.project on hazardous waste and non hazardous industrial waste carried out by LANDSIS g.e.i.e.

in co-operation with ARGUS GmbH between March and August The study assembles the information available on waste management of industrial and hazardous waste in Accession Countries. In addi-tion to the harmonised statistical waste information.