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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter IPart 267


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER I—SOLID WASTES (CONTINUED)

PART 267—STANDARDS FOR OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITIES OPERATING UNDER A STANDARDIZED PERMIT

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§267.1
What are the purpose, scope and applicability of this part?
§267.2
What is the relationship to interim status standards?
§267.3
How does this part affect an imminent hazard action?
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Subpart B—GENERAL FACILITY STANDARDS

§267.10
Does this subpart apply to me?
§267.11
What must I do to comply with this subpart?
§267.12
How do I obtain an identification number?
§267.13
What are my waste analysis requirements?
§267.14
What are my security requirements?
§267.15
What are my general inspection requirements?
§267.16
What training must my employees have?
§267.17
What are the requirements for managing ignitable, reactive, or incompatible wastes?
§267.18
What are the standards for selecting the location of my facility?
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Subpart C—PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION

§267.30
Does this subpart apply to me?
§267.31
What are the general design and operation standards?
§267.32
What equipment am I required to have?
§267.33
What are the testing and maintenance requirements for the equipment?
§267.34
When must personnel have access to communication equipment or an alarm system?
§267.35
How do I ensure access for personnel and equipment during emergencies?
§267.36
What arrangements must I make with local authorities for emergencies?
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Subpart D—CONTINGENCY PLAN AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

§267.50
Does this subpart apply to me?
§267.51
What is the purpose of the contingency plan and how do I use it?
§267.52
What must be in the contingency plan?
§267.53
Who must have copies of the contingency plan?
§267.54
When must I amend the contingency plan?
§267.55
What is the role of the emergency coordinator?
§267.56
What are the required emergency procedures for the emergency coordinator?
§267.57
What must the emergency coordinator do after an emergency?
§267.58
What notification and recordkeeping must I do after an emergency?
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Subpart E—RECORDKEEPING, REPORTING, AND NOTIFYING

§267.70
Does this subpart apply to me?
§267.71
Use of the manifest system.
§267.72
Manifest discrepancies.
§267.73
What information must I keep?
§267.74
Who sees the records?
§267.75
What reports must I prepare and to whom do I send them?
§267.76
What notifications must I make?
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Subpart F—RELEASES FROM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS

§267.90
Who must comply with this section?
§§267.91-267.100
[Reserved]
§267.101
What must I do to address corrective action for solid waste management units?
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Subpart G—CLOSURE

§267.110
Does this subpart apply to me?
§267.111
What general standards must I meet when I stop operating the unit?
§267.112
What procedures must I follow?
§267.113
Will the public have the opportunity to comment on the plan?
§267.114
[Reserved]
§267.115
After I stop operating, how long until I must close?
§267.116
What must I do with contaminated equipment, structure, and soils?
§267.117
How do I certify closure?
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Subpart H—FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS

§267.140
Who must comply with this subpart, and briefly, what do they have to do?
§267.141
Definitions of terms as used in this subpart.
§267.142
Cost estimate for closure.
§267.143
Financial assurance for closure.
§§267.144-267.146
[Reserved]
§267.147
Liability requirements.
§267.148
Incapacity of owners or operators, guarantors, or financial institutions.
§267.149
[Reserved]
§267.150
State assumption of responsibility.
§267.151
Wording of the instruments.
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Subpart I—USE AND MANAGEMENT OF CONTAINERS

§267.170
Does this subpart apply to me?
§267.171
What standards apply to the containers?
§267.172
What are the inspection requirements?
§267.173
What standards apply to the container storage areas?
§267.174
What special requirements must I meet for ignitable or reactive waste?
§267.175
What special requirements must I meet for incompatible wastes?
§267.176
What must I do when I want to stop using the containers?
§267.177
What air emission standards apply?
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Subpart J—TANK SYSTEMS

§267.190
Does this subpart apply to me?
§267.191
What are the required design and construction standards for new tank systems or components?
§267.192
What handling and inspection procedures must I follow during installation of new tank systems?
§267.193
What testing must I do?
§267.194
What installation requirements must I follow?
§267.195
What are the secondary containment requirements?
§267.196
What are the required devices for secondary containment and what are their design, operating and installation requirements?
§267.197
What are the requirements for ancillary equipment?
§267.198
What are the general operating requirements for my tank systems?
§267.199
What inspection requirements must I meet?
§267.200
What must I do in case of a leak or a spill?
§267.201
What must I do when I stop operating the tank system?
§267.202
What special requirements must I meet for ignitable or reactive wastes?
§267.203
What special requirements must I meet for incompatible wastes?
§267.204
What air emission standards apply?
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Subparts K-CC [Reserved]

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Subpart DD—CONTAINMENT BUILDINGS

§267.1100
Does this subpart apply to me?
§267.1101
What design and operating standards must my containment building meet?
§267.1102
What other requirements must I meet to prevent releases?
§267.1103
What additional design and operating standards apply if liquids will be in my containment building?
§267.1104
How may I obtain a waiver from secondary containment requirements?
§267.1105
What do I do if my containment building contains areas both with and without secondary containment?
§267.1106
What do I do if I detect a release?
§267.1107
Can a containment building itself be considered secondary containment?
§267.1108
What must I do when I stop operating the containment building?


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