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TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER I—SOLID WASTES (CONTINUED)

PART 265—INTERIM STATUS STANDARDS FOR OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§265.1
Purpose, scope, and applicability.
§§265.2-265.3
[Reserved]
§265.4
Imminent hazard action.
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Subpart B—GENERAL FACILITY STANDARDS

§265.10
Applicability.
§265.11
Identification number.
§265.12
Required notices.
§265.13
General waste analysis.
§265.14
Security.
§265.15
General inspection requirements.
§265.16
Personnel training.
§265.17
General requirements for ignitable, reactive, or incompatible wastes.
§265.18
Location standards.
§265.19
Construction quality assurance program.
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Subpart C—PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION

§265.30
Applicability.
§265.31
Maintenance and operation of facility.
§265.32
Required equipment.
§265.33
Testing and maintenance of equipment.
§265.34
Access to communications or alarm system.
§265.35
Required aisle space.
§265.36
[Reserved]
§265.37
Arrangements with local authorities.
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Subpart D—CONTINGENCY PLAN AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

§265.50
Applicability.
§265.51
Purpose and implementation of contingency plan.
§265.52
Content of contingency plan.
§265.53
Copies of contingency plan.
§265.54
Amendment of contingency plan.
§265.55
Emergency coordinator.
§265.56
Emergency procedures.
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Subpart E—MANIFEST SYSTEM, RECORDKEEPING, AND REPORTING

§265.70
Applicability.
§265.71
Use of manifest system.
§265.72
Manifest discrepancies.
§265.73
Operating record.
§265.74
Availability, retention, and disposition of records.
§265.75
Biennial report.
§265.76
Unmanifested waste report.
§265.77
Additional reports.
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Subpart F—GROUND-WATER MONITORING

§265.90
Applicability.
§265.91
Ground-water monitoring system.
§265.92
Sampling and analysis.
§265.93
Preparation, evaluation, and response.
§265.94
Recordkeeping and reporting.
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Subpart G—CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE

§265.110
Applicability.
§265.111
Closure performance standard.
§265.112
Closure plan; amendment of plan.
§265.113
Closure; time allowed for closure.
§265.114
Disposal or decontamination of equipment, structures and soils.
§265.115
Certification of closure.
§265.116
Survey plat.
§265.117
Post-closure care and use of property.
§265.118
Post-closure plan; amendment of plan.
§265.119
Post-closure notices.
§265.120
Certification of completion of post-closure care.
§265.121
Post-closure requirements for facilities that obtain enforceable documents in lieu of post-closure permits.
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Subpart H—FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS

§265.140
Applicability.
§265.141
Definitions of terms as used in this subpart.
§265.142
Cost estimate for closure.
§265.143
Financial assurance for closure.
§265.144
Cost estimate for post-closure care.
§265.145
Financial assurance for post-closure care.
§265.146
Use of a mechanism for financial assurance of both closure and post-closure care.
§265.147
Liability requirements.
§265.148
Incapacity of owners or operators, guarantors, or financial institutions.
§265.149
Use of State-required mechanisms.
§265.150
State assumption of responsibility.
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Subpart I—USE AND MANAGEMENT OF CONTAINERS

§265.170
Applicability.
§265.171
Condition of containers.
§265.172
Compatibility of waste with container.
§265.173
Management of containers.
§265.174
Inspections.
§265.175
[Reserved]
§265.176
Special requirements for ignitable or reactive waste.
§265.177
Special requirements for incompatible wastes.
§265.178
Air emission standards.
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Subpart J—TANK SYSTEMS

§265.190
Applicability.
§265.191
Assessment of existing tank system's integrity.
§265.192
Design and installation of new tank systems or components.
§265.193
Containment and detection of releases.
§265.194
General operating requirements.
§265.195
Inspections.
§265.196
Response to leaks or spills and disposition of leaking or unfit-for-use tank systems.
§265.197
Closure and post-closure care.
§265.198
Special requirements for ignitable or reactive wastes.
§265.199
Special requirements for incompatible wastes.
§265.200
Waste analysis and trial tests.
§265.201
Special requirements for generators of between 100 and 1,000 kg/mo that accumulate hazardous waste in tanks.
§265.202
Air emission standards.
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Subpart K—SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS

§265.220
Applicability.
§265.221
Design and operating requirements.
§265.222
Action leakage rate.
§265.223
Containment system.
§265.224
Response actions.
§265.225
Waste analysis and trial tests.
§265.226
Monitoring and inspection.
§265.227
[Reserved]
§265.228
Closure and post-closure care.
§265.229
Special requirements for ignitable or reactive waste.
§265.230
Special requirements for incompatible wastes.
§265.231
Air emission standards.
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Subpart L—WASTE PILES

§265.250
Applicability.
§265.251
Protection from wind.
§265.252
Waste analysis.
§265.253
Containment.
§265.254
Design and operating requirements.
§265.255
Action leakage rates.
§265.256
Special requirements for ignitable or reactive waste.
§265.257
Special requirements for incompatible wastes.
§265.258
Closure and post-closure care.
§265.259
Response actions.
§265.260
Monitoring and inspection.
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Subpart M—LAND TREATMENT

§265.270
Applicability.
§265.271
[Reserved]
§265.272
General operating requirements.
§265.273
Waste analysis.
§§265.274-265.275
[Reserved]
§265.276
Food chain crops.
§265.277
[Reserved]
§265.278
Unsaturated zone (zone of aeration) monitoring.
§265.279
Recordkeeping.
§265.280
Closure and post-closure.
§265.281
Special requirements for ignitable or reactive waste.
§265.282
Special requirements for incompatible wastes.
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Subpart N—LANDFILLS

§265.300
Applicability.
§265.301
Design and operating requirements.
§265.302
Action leakage rate.
§265.303
Response actions.
§265.304
Monitoring and inspection.
§§265.305-265.308
[Reserved]
§265.309
Surveying and recordkeeping.
§265.310
Closure and post-closure care.
§265.311
[Reserved]
§265.312
Special requirements for ignitable or reactive waste.
§265.313
Special requirements for incompatible wastes.
§265.314
Special requirements for bulk and containerized liquids.
§265.315
Special requirements for containers.
§265.316
Disposal of small containers of hazardous waste in overpacked drums (lab packs).
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Subpart O—INCINERATORS

§265.340
Applicability.
§265.341
Waste analysis.
§§265.342-265.344
[Reserved]
§265.345
General operating requirements.
§265.346
[Reserved]
§265.347
Monitoring and inspections.
§§265.348-265.350
[Reserved]
§265.351
Closure.
§265.352
Interim status incinerators burning particular hazardous wastes.
§§265.353-265.369
[Reserved]
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Subpart P—THERMAL TREATMENT

§265.370
Other thermal treatment.
§§265.371-265.372
[Reserved]
§265.373
General operating requirements.
§265.374
[Reserved]
§265.375
Waste analysis.
§265.376
[Reserved]
§265.377
Monitoring and inspections.
§§265.378-265.380
[Reserved]
§265.381
Closure.
§265.382
Open burning; waste explosives.
§265.383
Interim status thermal treatment devices burning particular hazardous waste.
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Subpart Q—CHEMICAL, PHYSICAL, AND BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT

§265.400
Applicability.
§265.401
General operating requirements.
§265.402
Waste analysis and trial tests.
§265.403
Inspections.
§265.404
Closure.
§265.405
Special requirements for ignitable or reactive waste.
§265.406
Special requirements for incompatible wastes.
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Subpart R—UNDERGROUND INJECTION

§265.430
Applicability.
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Subparts S-V [Reserved]

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Subpart W—DRIP PADS

§265.440
Applicability.
§265.441
Assessment of existing drip pad integrity.
§265.442
Design and installation of new drip pads.
§265.443
Design and operating requirements.
§265.444
Inspections.
§265.445
Closure.
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Subparts X-Z [Reserved]

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Subpart AA—AIR EMISSION STANDARDS FOR PROCESS VENTS

§265.1030
Applicability.
§265.1031
Definitions.
§265.1032
Standards: Process vents.
§265.1033
Standards: Closed-vent systems and control devices.
§265.1034
Test methods and procedures.
§265.1035
Recordkeeping requirements.
§§265.1036-265.1049
[Reserved]
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Subpart BB—AIR EMISSION STANDARDS FOR EQUIPMENT LEAKS

§265.1050
Applicability.
§265.1051
Definitions.
§265.1052
Standards: Pumps in light liquid service.
§265.1053
Standards: Compressors.
§265.1054
Standards: Pressure relief devices in gas/vapor service.
§265.1055
Standards: Sampling connection systems.
§265.1056
Standards: Open-ended valves or lines.
§265.1057
Standards: Valves in gas/vapor service or in light liquid service.
§265.1058
Standards: Pumps and valves in heavy liquid service, pressure relief devices in light liquid or heavy liquid service, and flanges and other connectors.
§265.1059
Standards: Delay of repair.
§265.1060
Standards: Closed-vent systems and control devices.
§265.1061
Alternative standards for valves in gas/vapor service or in light liquid service: percentage of valves allowed to leak.
§265.1062
Alternative standards for valves in gas/vapor service or in light liquid service: skip period leak detection and repair.
§265.1063
Test methods and procedures.
§265.1064
Recordkeeping requirements.
§§265.1065-265.1079
[Reserved]
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Subpart CC—AIR EMISSION STANDARDS FOR TANKS, SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS, AND CONTAINERS

§265.1080
Applicability.
§265.1081
Definitions.
§265.1082
Schedule for implementation of air emission standards.
§265.1083
Standards: General.
§265.1084
Waste determination procedures.
§265.1085
Standards: Tanks.
§265.1086
Standards: Surface impoundments.
§265.1087
Standards: Containers.
§265.1088
Standards: Closed-vent systems and control devices.
§265.1089
Inspection and monitoring requirements.
§265.1090
Recordkeeping requirements.
§265.1091
[Reserved]
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Subpart DD—CONTAINMENT BUILDINGS

§265.1100
Applicability.
§265.1101
Design and operating standards.
§265.1102
Closure and post-closure care.
§§265.1103-265.1110
[Reserved]
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Subpart EE—HAZARDOUS WASTE MUNITIONS AND EXPLOSIVES STORAGE

§265.1200
Applicability.
§265.1201
Design and operating standards.
§265.1202
Closure and post-closure care.
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 265—Recordkeeping Instructions
Appendix
Appendix II to Part 265 [Reserved]
Appendix
Appendix III to Part 265—EPA Interim Primary Drinking Water Standards
Appendix
Appendix IV to Part 265—Tests for Significance
Appendix
Appendix V to Part 265—Examples of Potentially Incompatible Waste
Appendix
Appendix VI to Part 265—Compounds With Henry's Law Constant Less Than 0.1 Y/X


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