New Requirements for Limited Quantities & Consumer Commodities
- Created a new symbol for markings for limited quantity packages,
- Set a schedule for the phase-out of the ORM-D classification,
- Created a new ID8000//Consumer Commodity//Class 9//PG II classification for transport by air, and
- Extended to (almost) all limited quantity packages the various additional regulatory reliefs that traditionally only applied to ORM-D materials.
- Reassigned to hazard class ORM-D
- Renamed CONSUMER COMMODITY
- Marked with the words “ORM-D CONSUMER COMMODITY”
- Instead of the original Proper Shipping Name and/or identification number
- Not labeled as hazmat
- Not documented as hazmat on shipping papers
- Except for transport by aircraft as ORM-D-AIR
- Eligible for additional relief from regulation by 49 CFR 173.156, 173.306, 175.75, and elsewhere
- Be marked with the new limited quantity marking (instead of the Proper Shipping Name or identification number)
- Not require hazmat shipping papers
- Except for transport by aircraft or vessel, or
- If it were a hazardous waste, hazardous substance, or regulated marine pollutant
- Be immediately eligible for additional relief from regulation by 49 CFR 173.156, 173.306, 175.75, and elsewhere
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