Environmental guidance regulatory bulletin
On May 20, 1992, EPA published a listing decision for used oils destined for disposal. EPA decided not to list these used oils as hazardous waste based upon the technical criteria for listing in Sections 1004 and 3001 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and Sections 261.11(a)(1) and (3) of Chapter 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations. This regulatory bulletin describes the universe of facilities affected by the used oil regulation, the environmental contamination caused by mismanagement of used oil, the legislative and regulatory history of used oil listing decisions and management standards, the changes made by these rulemakings to the definition of hazardous waste, the applicability and contents of the new used oil management standards, State regulations applicable to used oil, other regulatory programs affecting used oil management, and remaining used oil regulatory issues.
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|Subject:||petroleum | energy planning and policy | WASTE OILS | REGULATIONS | RECYCLING | CONTAMINATION | WASTE DISPOSAL|
|Type of publication:||Other|
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