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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter IPart 262


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER I—SOLID WASTES (CONTINUED)

PART 262—STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO GENERATORS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§262.10
Purpose, scope, and applicability.
§262.11
Hazardous waste determination.
§262.12
EPA identification numbers.
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Subpart B—THE MANIFEST

§262.20
General requirements.
§262.21
Manifest tracking numbers, manifest printing, and obtaining manifests.
§262.22
Number of copies.
§262.23
Use of the manifest.
§262.24
Use of the electronic manifest.
§262.25
Electronic manifest signatures.
§262.27
Waste minimization certification.
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Subpart C—PRE-TRANSPORT REQUIREMENTS

§262.30
Packaging.
§262.31
Labeling.
§262.32
Marking.
§262.33
Placarding.
§262.34
Accumulation time.
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Subpart D—RECORDKEEPING AND REPORTING

§262.40
Recordkeeping.
§262.41
Biennial report.
§262.42
Exception reporting.
§262.43
Additional reporting.
§262.44
Special requirements for generators of between 100 and 1000 kg/mo.
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Subpart E—EXPORTS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

§262.50
Applicability.
§262.51
Definitions.
§262.52
General requirements.
§262.53
Notification of intent to export.
§262.54
Special manifest requirements.
§262.55
Exception reports.
§262.56
Annual reports.
§262.57
Recordkeeping.
§262.58
International agreements.
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Subpart F—IMPORTS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

§262.60
Imports of hazardous waste.
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Subpart G—FARMERS

§262.70
Farmers.
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Subpart H—TRANSBOUNDARY MOVEMENTS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE FOR RECOVERY WITHIN THE OECD

§262.80
Applicability.
§262.81
Definitions.
§262.82
General conditions.
§262.83
Notification and consent.
§262.84
Movement document.
§262.85
Contracts.
§262.86
Provisions relating to recognized traders.
§262.87
Reporting and recordkeeping.
§262.88
Pre-approval for U.S. recovery facilities [Reserved]
§262.89
OECD waste lists.
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Subpart I—NEW YORK STATE PUBLIC UTILITIES

§262.90
Project XL for Public Utilities in New York State.
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Subpart J—UNIVERSITY LABORATORIES XL PROJECT—LABORATORY ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT STANDARD

§262.100
To what organizations does this subpart apply?
§262.101
What is in this subpart?
§262.102
What special definitions are included in this subpart?
§262.103
What is the scope of the laboratory environmental management standard?
§262.104
What are the minimum performance criteria?
§262.105
What must be included in the laboratory environmental management plan?
§262.106
When must a hazardous waste determination be made?
§262.107
Under what circumstances will a university's participation in this environmental management standard pilot be terminated?
§262.108
When will this subpart expire?
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Subpart K—ALTERNATIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE DETERMINATION AND ACCUMULATION OF UNWANTED MATERIAL FOR LABORATORIES OWNED BY ELIGIBLE ACADEMIC ENTITIES

§262.200
Definitions for this subpart.
§262.201
Applicability of this subpart.
§262.202
This subpart is optional.
§262.203
How an eligible academic entity indicates it will be subject to the requirements of this subpart.
§262.204
How an eligible academic entity indicates it will withdraw from the requirements of this subpart.
§262.205
Summary of the requirements of this subpart.
§262.206
Labeling and management standards for containers of unwanted material in the laboratory.
§262.207
Training.
§262.208
Removing containers of unwanted material from the laboratory.
§262.209
Where and when to make the hazardous waste determination and where to send containers of unwanted material upon removal from the laboratory.
§262.210
Making the hazardous waste determination in the laboratory before the unwanted material is removed from the laboratory.
§262.211
Making the hazardous waste determination at an on-site central accumulation area.
§262.212
Making the hazardous waste determination at an on-site interim status or permitted treatment, storage or disposal facility.
§262.213
Laboratory clean-outs.
§262.214
Laboratory management plan.
§262.215
Unwanted material that is not solid or hazardous waste.
§262.216
Non-laboratory hazardous waste generated at an eligible academic entity.
Appendix
Appendix to Part 262—Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest and Instructions (EPA Forms 8700-22 and 8700-22A and Their Instructions)


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