Last Update: 12/18/14

Chapter 173-303 WAC


WAC Sections

Identifying solid waste.
Recycling processes involving solid waste.
References to EPA's hazardous waste and permit regulations.
Department of ecology cleanup authority.
Notification and identification numbers.
Designation of dangerous waste.
Excluded categories of waste.
Procedures and bases for exempting and excluding wastes.
Conditional exclusion of special wastes.
Certification of designation.
Requirements for universal waste.
Dangerous waste lists.
Discarded chemical products.
Dangerous waste sources.
Deletion of certain dangerous waste codes following equipment cleaning and replacement.
Dangerous waste characteristics.
Dangerous waste criteria.
State-specific dangerous waste numbers.
Sampling, testing methods, and analytes.
Recycled, reclaimed, and recovered wastes.
Land disposal restrictions.
Treatment, storage, or disposal of dangerous waste.
Spills and discharges into the environment.
Division, dilution, and accumulation.
Overpacked containers (labpacks).
Requirements for generators of dangerous waste.
Preparing dangerous waste for transport.
Accumulating dangerous waste on-site.
Special accumulation standards.
Special requirements for generators of between two hundred twenty and two thousand two hundred pounds per month that accumulate dangerous waste in tanks.
Generator recordkeeping.
Generator reporting.
Special conditions.
Alternative requirements for eligible academic laboratories.
Requirements for transporters of dangerous waste.
Dangerous waste acceptance, transport, and delivery.
Transporter recordkeeping.
Discharges during transport.
General requirements for dangerous waste management facilities.
Notice of intent.
Siting criteria.
Performance standards.
Required notices.
General waste analysis.
General inspection.
Personnel training.
Construction quality assurance program.
Preparedness and prevention.
Contingency plan and emergency procedures.
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act Title III coordination.
Manifest system.
Facility recordkeeping.
Facility reporting.
Other general requirements.
Interim status facility standards.
Recycling requirements for state-only dangerous waste.
Special requirements for recyclable materials used in a manner constituting disposal.
Special requirements for the recycling of spent CFC or HCFC refrigerants.
Special requirements for dangerous wastes burned for energy recovery.
Standards for the management of used oil.
Special requirements for reclaiming spent lead acid battery wastes.
Special requirements for recycling spent antifreeze.
Special requirements for recyclable material utilized for precious metal recovery.
Standards for universal waste management.
Military munitions.
Final facility standards.
Closure and post-closure.
Financial requirements.
Use and management of containers.
Tank systems.
Releases from regulated units.
Corrective action.
Purpose and applicability.
Use of the Model Toxics Control Act.
Grandfathered corrective action management units (CAMUs).
Corrective action management unit (CAMU).
Designation of a corrective action management unit.
Incorporation of a regulated unit within a CAMU.
Temporary units (TUs).
Staging piles.
Disposal of CAMU-eligible wastes into permitted dangerous waste landfills.
Disposal of CAMU-eligible wastes into permitted hazardous waste landfills located outside Washington.
Surface impoundments.
Land treatment.
Waste piles.
Drip pads.
Miscellaneous units.
Air emission standards for process vents.
Air emission standards for equipment leaks.
Air emission standards for tanks, surface impoundments, and containers.
Dangerous waste munitions and explosives storage.
Containment buildings.
Requirements for the Washington state extremely hazardous waste management facility at Hanford.
Permit requirements for dangerous waste management facilities.
Types of dangerous waste management facility permits.
Permits by rule.
Permit application requirements.
Emergency permits.
Interim status permits.
Final facility permits.
Trial burns for dangerous waste incinerator final facility permits.
Demonstrations for dangerous waste land treatment final facility permits.
Research, development and demonstration permits.
General permit conditions.
Permits for boilers and industrial furnaces burning hazardous waste.
Facility-specific permit conditions.
Permit changes.
Procedures for decision making.
Integration with maximum achievable control technology (MACT) standards.
Appeal of decision.
Public involvement and participation.
Citizen/proponent negotiations.
Violations and enforcement.
Special powers and authorities of the department.
Discarded chemical products list.
Dangerous waste sources list.
Dangerous waste constituents list.
Special waste bill of lading.
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