EPA’s New Definition of Solid Waste Rule
US EPA estimates that the new definition of solid waste rule will affect about 5,000 industrial facilities, mostly in the manufacturing sector. Manufacturing sectors explicitly listed include:
- Metals and metal products;
- Wood products;
- Computers and electronics;
- Petroleum and coal products;
- Chemicals, plastics, and rubber products; and
- Transportation equipment.
Get Up to Speed with New Recycling Rules
Discover how EPA’s revised DSW rule may affect your responsibilities for recycling certain hazardous secondary materials at the New Definition of Solid Waste Webinar. Presented live and led by an expert Lion instructor, the one-hour webinar will guide you through the new requirements for generators, changes to the standards for third-party recyclers, and what you must do to keep your RCRA operations in compliance with EPA rules.
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