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Any company or person who wishes to store, treat (chemically, incinerate, etc.) or dispose (put in a landfill, dump, ground, air, water, etc.) must (with few exceptions) have a RCRA permit for that activity. The EPA provides lists of these companies to which we have linked here.
Two lists are provided which have been compressed using the PKZIP utility. To uncompress the files, move the file to the hard disk, and uncompress using either
WinZip or PKZIP 2.04g
The files are:
TSDFs sorted alphabetically by handler name. Size Compressed: 207K
TSDFs sorted by EPA Region , by State,then alphabetically by facility name. Size
The following vugraphs from DOE's RCRA Orientation for Facility Managers are in portable document format (PDF) and (because of advanced features) must be viewed or printed out using Adobe Acrobat 3.0 or higher. Please click here for more information on using Acrobat Reader with your web browser and viewing and printing PDF files. (PDF file sizes are in bytes.)
|Module Description||PDF Handout||PDF Vugraph|
|Table of Contents, Agenda, List of Acronyms, Introduction, Internet Resources, Master Key Word Index||45,023|
|Introduction to RCRA and Liability Overview||807,922||1,168,246|
|Solid Waste Definition||155,162||119,511|
|Definition of Hazardous Waste||441,419||330,734|
|Hazardous Waste Cleanup Programs||301,687||509,696|
|Emerging Issues in Hazardous Waste Management||139,028||88,422|