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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter IPart 279


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER I—SOLID WASTES (CONTINUED)

PART 279—STANDARDS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF USED OIL

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Subpart A—DEFINITIONS

§279.1
Definitions.
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Subpart B—APPLICABILITY

§279.10
Applicability.
§279.11
Used oil specifications.
§279.12
Prohibitions.
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Subpart C—STANDARDS FOR USED OIL GENERATORS

§279.20
Applicability.
§279.21
Hazardous waste mixing.
§279.22
Used oil storage.
§279.23
On-site burning in space heaters.
§279.24
Off-site shipments.
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Subpart D—STANDARDS FOR USED OIL COLLECTION CENTERS AND AGGREGATION POINTS

§279.30
Do-it-yourselfer used oil collection centers.
§279.31
Used oil collection centers.
§279.32
Used oil aggregation points owned by the generator.
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Subpart E—STANDARDS FOR USED OIL TRANSPORTER AND TRANSFER FACILITIES

§279.40
Applicability.
§279.41
Restrictions on transporters who are not also processors or re-refiners.
§279.42
Notification.
§279.43
Used oil transportation.
§279.44
Rebuttable presumption for used oil.
§279.45
Used oil storage at transfer facilities.
§279.46
Tracking.
§279.47
Management of residues.
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Subpart F—STANDARDS FOR USED OIL PROCESSORS AND RE-REFINERS

§279.50
Applicability.
§279.51
Notification.
§279.52
General facility standards.
§279.53
Rebuttable presumption for used oil.
§279.54
Used oil management.
§279.55
Analysis plan.
§279.56
Tracking.
§279.57
Operating record and reporting.
§279.58
Off-site shipments of used oil.
§279.59
Management of residues.
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Subpart G—STANDARDS FOR USED OIL BURNERS WHO BURN OFF-SPECIFICATION USED OIL FOR ENERGY RECOVERY

§279.60
Applicability.
§279.61
Restrictions on burning.
§279.62
Notification.
§279.63
Rebuttable presumption for used oil.
§279.64
Used oil storage.
§279.65
Tracking.
§279.66
Notices.
§279.67
Management of residues.
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Subpart H—STANDARDS FOR USED OIL FUEL MARKETERS

§279.70
Applicability.
§279.71
Prohibitions.
§279.72
On-specification used oil fuel.
§279.73
Notification.
§279.74
Tracking.
§279.75
Notices.
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Subpart I—STANDARDS FOR USE AS A DUST SUPPRESSANT AND DISPOSAL OF USED OIL

§279.80
Applicability.
§279.81
Disposal.
§279.82
Use as a dust suppressant.

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