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How EPA Plans to Increase e-Manifest Use

Posted on 11/2/2020 by Roger Marks

In April, US EPA held its fourth e-Manifest Advisory Board meeting. After the meeting, the Advisory Board delivered its final recommendations to increase use of electronic hazardous waste manifests among generators and transporters.The Advisory Board focused on ways to make e-Manifests more convenient for generators and transporters, namely by streamlining the electronic signature requirements. 

In a document released in October 2020, EPA responds to each of the Advisory Board’s recommendations to increase use of e-Manifests.

See EPA’s response here.

More About Hazardous Waste e-Manifests

Adoption of e-Manifests by hazardous waste facilities has been slow-going so far. We explored the various hang-ups and complexities that stop generators from adopting e-manifests in the blog Who’s Using Electronic Manifests

Tags: e-manifest, environmental compliance, hazardous waste manifest, RCRA

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