How EPA Plans to Increase e-Manifest Use
In a document released in October 2020, EPA responds to each of the Advisory Board’s recommendations to increase use of e-Manifests.
More About Hazardous Waste e-ManifestsAdoption 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.
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