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PART 268 - LAND DISPOSAL RESTRICTIONS
Authority:

42 U.S.C. 6905, 6912(a), 6921, and 6924.

Subpart A - General
§ 268.1 Purpose, scope, and applicability.

(a) This part identifies hazardous wastes that are restricted from land disposal and defines those limited circumstances under which an otherwise prohibited waste may continue to be land disposed.

(b) Except as specifically provided otherwise in this part or part 261 of this chapter, the requirements of this part apply to persons who generate or transport hazardous waste and owners and operators of hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.

(c) Restricted wastes may continue to be land disposed as follows:

(1) Where persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition under subpart C of this part or pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to those wastes covered by the extension;

(2) Where persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition;

(3) Wastes that are hazardous only because they exhibit a hazardous characteristic, and which are otherwise prohibited under this part, or part 148 of this chapter, are not prohibited if the wastes:

(i) Are disposed into a nonhazardous or hazardous injection well as defined under 40 CFR 146.6(a); and

(ii) Do not exhibit any prohibited characteristic of hazardous waste identified in 40 CFR part 261, subpart C at the point of injection.

(4) Wastes that are hazardous only because they exhibit a hazardous characteristic, and which are otherwise prohibited under this part, are not prohibited if the wastes meet any of the following criteria, unless the wastes are subject to a specified method of treatment other than DEACT in § 268.40, or are D003 reactive cyanide:

(i) The wastes are managed in a treatment system which subsequently discharges to waters of the U.S. pursuant to a permit issued under section 402 of the Clean Water Act; or

(ii) The wastes are treated for purposes of the pretreatment requirements of section 307 of the Clean Water Act; or

(iii) The wastes are managed in a zero discharge system engaged in Clean Water Act-equivalent treatment as defined in § 268.37(a); and

(iv) The wastes no longer exhibit a prohibited characteristic at the point of land disposal (i.e., placement in a surface impoundment).

(d) The requirements of this part shall not affect the availability of a waiver under section 121(d)(4) of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA).

(e) The following hazardous wastes are not subject to any provision of part 268:

(1) Waste generated by very small quantity generators, as defined in § 260.10 of this chapter;

(2) Waste pesticides that a farmer disposes of pursuant to § 262.70;

(3) Wastes identified or listed as hazardous after November 8, 1984 for which EPA has not promulgated land disposal prohibitions or treatment standards;

(4) De minimis losses of characteristic wastes to wastewaters are not considered to be prohibited wastes and are defined as losses from normal material handling operations (e.g. spills from the unloading or transfer of materials from bins or other containers, leaks from pipes, valves or other devices used to transfer materials); minor leaks of process equipment, storage tanks or containers; leaks from well-maintained pump packings and seals; sample purgings; and relief device discharges; discharges from safety showers and rinsing and cleaning of personal safety equipment; rinsate from empty containers or from containers that are rendered empty by that rinsing; and laboratory wastes not exceeding one per cent of the total flow of wastewater into the facility's headworks on an annual basis, or with a combined annualized average concentration not exceeding one part per million in the headworks of the facility's wastewater treatment or pretreatment facility.

(f) Universal waste handlers and universal waste transporters (as defined in 40 CFR 260.10) are exempt from 40 CFR 268.7 and 268.50 for the hazardous wastes listed below. These handlers are subject to regulation under 40 CFR part 273.

(1) Batteries as described in 40 CFR 273.2;

(2) Pesticides as described in § 273.3 of this chapter;

(3) Mercury-containing equipment as described in § 273.4 of this chapter;

(4) Lamps as described in § 273.5 of this chapter; and

(5) Aerosol cans as described in § 273.6 of this chapter.

[51 FR 40638, Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 21016, June 4, 1987, as amended at 53 FR 27165, July 19, 1988; 53 FR 31212, Aug. 17, 1988; 54 FR 36970, Sept. 6, 1989; 55 FR 22686, June 1, 1990; 58 FR 29884, May 24, 1993; 59 FR 48043, Sept. 19, 1994; 60 FR 25542, May 11, 1995; 61 FR 15663, Apr. 8, 1996; 61 FR 33682, June 28, 1996; 62 FR 26019, May 12, 1997; 64 FR 36488, July 6, 1999; 70 FR 45520, Aug. 5, 2005; 81 FR 85828, Nov. 28, 2016; 84 FR 67217, Dec. 9, 2019]

§ 268.2 Definitions applicable in this part.

When used in this part the following terms have the meanings given below:

(a) Halogenated organic compounds or HOCs means those compounds having a carbon-halogen bond which are listed under appendix III to this part.

(b) Hazardous constituent or constituents means those constituents listed in appendix VIII to part 261 of this chapter.

(c) Land disposal means placement in or on the land, except in a corrective action management unit or staging pile, and includes, but is not limited to, placement in a landfill, surface impoundment, waste pile, injection well, land treatment facility, salt dome formation, salt bed formation, underground mine or cave, or placement in a concrete vault, or bunker intended for disposal purposes.

(d) Nonwastewaters are wastes that do not meet the criteria for wastewaters in paragraph (f) of this section.

(e) Polychlorinated biphenyls or PCBs are halogenated organic compounds defined in accordance with 40 CFR 761.3.

(f) Wastewaters are wastes that contain less than 1% by weight total organic carbon (TOC) and less than 1% by weight total suspended solids (TSS).

(g) Debris means solid material exceeding a 60 mm particle size that is intended for disposal and that is: A manufactured object; or plant or animal matter; or natural geologic material. However, the following materials are not debris: any material for which a specific treatment standard is provided in Subpart D, Part 268, namely lead acid batteries, cadmium batteries, and radioactive lead solids; process residuals such as smelter slag and residues from the treatment of waste, wastewater, sludges, or air emission residues; and intact containers of hazardous waste that are not ruptured and that retain at least 75% of their original volume. A mixture of debris that has not been treated to the standards provided by § 268.45 and other material is subject to regulation as debris if the mixture is comprised primarily of debris, by volume, based on visual inspection.

(h) Hazardous debris means debris that contains a hazardous waste listed in subpart D of part 261 of this chapter, or that exhibits a characteristic of hazardous waste identified in subpart C of part 261 of this chapter. Any deliberate mixing of prohibited hazardous waste with debris that changes its treatment classification (i.e., from waste to hazardous debris) is not allowed under the dilution prohibition in § 268.3.

(i) Underlying hazardous constituent means any constituent listed in § 268.48, Table UTS - Universal Treatment Standards, except fluoride, selenium, sulfides, vanadium, and zinc, which can reasonably be expected to be present at the point of generation of the hazardous waste at a concentration above the constituent-specific UTS treatment standards.

(j) Inorganic metal-bearing waste is one for which EPA has established treatment standards for metal hazardous constituents, and which does not otherwise contain significant organic or cyanide content as described in § 268.3(c)(1), and is specifically listed in appendix XI of this part.

(k) Soil means unconsolidated earth material composing the superficial geologic strata (material overlying bedrock), consisting of clay, silt, sand, or gravel size particles as classified by the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service, or a mixture of such materials with liquids, sludges or solids which is inseparable by simple mechanical removal processes and is made up primarily of soil by volume based on visual inspection. Any deliberate mixing of prohibited hazardous waste with soil that changes its treatment classification (i.e., from waste to contaminated soil) is not allowed under the dilution prohibition in § 268.3.

[55 FR 22686, June 1, 1990, as amended at 56 FR 3877, Jan. 31, 1991; 57 FR 37270, Aug. 18, 1992; 58 FR 8685, Feb. 16, 1993; 58 FR 29884, May 24, 1993; 59 FR 48043, Sept. 19, 1994; 60 FR 244, Jan. 3, 1995; 61 FR 15597, 15662, Apr. 8, 1996; 61 FR 33682, June 28, 1996; 63 FR 28639, May 26, 1998; 63 FR 65940, Nov. 30, 1998; 64 FR 25414, May 11, 1999; 71 FR 40278, July 14, 2006]

§ 268.3 Dilution prohibited as a substitute for treatment.

(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, no generator, transporter, handler, or owner or operator of a treatment, storage, or disposal facility shall in any way dilute a restricted waste or the residual from treatment of a restricted waste as a substitute for adequate treatment to achieve compliance with subpart D of this part, to circumvent the effective date of a prohibition in subpart C of this part, to otherwise avoid a prohibition in subpart C of this part, or to circumvent a land disposal prohibition imposed by RCRA section 3004.

(b) Dilution of wastes that are hazardous only because they exhibit a characteristic in treatment systems which include land- based units which treat wastes subsequently discharged to a water of the United States pursuant to a permit issued under section 402 of the Clean Water Act (CWA), or which treat wastes in a CWA-equivalent treatment system, or which treat wastes for the purposes of pretreatment requirements under section 307 of the CWA is not impermissible dilution for purposes of this section unless a method other than DEACT has been specified in § 268.40 as the treatment standard, or unless the waste is a D003 reactive cyanide wastewater or nonwastewater.

(c) Combustion of the hazardous waste codes listed in Appendix XI of this part is prohibited, unless the waste, at the point of generation, or after any bona fide treatment such as cyanide destruction prior to combustion, can be demonstrated to comply with one or more of the following criteria (unless otherwise specifically prohibited from combustion):

(1) The waste contains hazardous organic constituents or cyanide at levels exceeding the constituent-specific treatment standard found in § 268.48;

(2) The waste consists of organic, debris-like materials (e.g., wood, paper, plastic, or cloth) contaminated with an inorganic metal-bearing hazardous waste;

(3) The waste, at point of generation, has reasonable heating value such as greater than or equal to 5000 BTU per pound;

(4) The waste is co-generated with wastes for which combustion is a required method of treatment;

(5) The waste is subject to Federal and/or State requirements necessitating reduction of organics (including biological agents); or

(6) The waste contains greater than 1% Total Organic Carbon (TOC).

(d) It is a form of impermissible dilution, and therefore prohibited, to add iron filings or other metallic forms of iron to lead-containing hazardous wastes in order to achieve any land disposal restriction treatment standard for lead. Lead-containing wastes include D008 wastes (wastes exhibiting a characteristic due to the presence of lead), all characteristic wastes containing lead as an underlying hazardous constituent, listed wastes containing lead as a regulated constituent, and hazardous media containing any of the aforementioned lead-containing wastes.

[61 FR 15663, Apr. 8, 1996, as amended at 61 FR 33682, June 28, 1996; 63 FR 28639, May 26, 1998]

§ 268.4 Treatment surface impoundment exemption.

(a) Wastes which are otherwise prohibited from land disposal under this part may be treated in a surface impoundment or series of impoundments provided that:

(1) Treatment of such wastes occurs in the impoundments;

(2) The following conditions are met:

(i) Sampling and testing. For wastes with treatment standards in subpart D of this part and/or prohibition levels in subpart C of this part or RCRA section 3004(d), the residues from treatment are analyzed, as specified in § 268.7 or § 268.32, to determine if they meet the applicable treatment standards or where no treatment standards have been established for the waste, the applicable prohibition levels. The sampling method, specified in the waste analysis plan under § 264.13 or § 265.13, must be designed such that representative samples of the sludge and the supernatant are tested separately rather than mixed to form homogeneous samples.

(ii) Removal. The following treatment residues (including any liquid waste) must be removed at least annually; residues which do not meet the treatment standards promulgated under subpart D of this part; residues which do not meet the prohibition levels established under subpart C of this part or imposed by statute (where no treatment standards have been established); residues which are from the treatment of wastes prohibited from land disposal under subpart C of this part (where no treatment standards have been established and no prohibition levels apply); or residues from managing listed wastes which are not delisted under § 260.22 of this chapter. If the volume of liquid flowing through the impoundment or series of impoundments annually is greater than the volume of the impoundment or impoundments, this flow-through constitutes removal of the supernatant for the purpose of this requirement.

(iii) Subsequent management. Treatment residues may not be placed in any other surface impoundment for subsequent management.

(iv) Recordkeeping. Sampling and testing and recordkeeping provisions of §§ 264.13 and 265.13 of this chapter apply.

(3) The impoundment meets the design requirements of § 264.221(c) or § 265.221(a) of this chapter, regardless that the unit may not be new, expanded, or a replacement, and be in compliance with applicable ground water monitoring requirements of subpart F of part 264 or part 265 of this chapter unless:

(i) Exempted pursuant to § 264.221 (d) or (e) of this chapter, or to § 265.221 (c) or (d) of this chapter; or,

(ii) Upon application by the owner or operator, the Administrator, after notice and an opportunity to comment, has granted a waiver of the requirements on the basis that the surface impoundment:

(A) Has at least one liner, for which there is no evidence that such liner is leaking;

(B) Is located more than one-quarter mile from an underground source of drinking water; and

(C) Is in compliance with generally applicable ground water monitoring requirements for facilities with permits; or,

(iii) Upon application by the owner or operator, the Administrator, after notice and an opportunity to comment, has granted a modification to the requirements on the basis of a demonstration that the surface impoundment is located, designed, and operated so as to assure that there will be no migration of any hazardous constituent into ground water or surface water at any future time.

(4) The owner or operator submits to the Regional Administrator a written certification that the requirements of § 268.4(a)(3) have been met. The following certification is required:

I certify under penalty of law that the requirements of 40 CFR 268.4(a)(3) have been met for all surface impoundments being used to treat restricted wastes. I believe that the submitted information is true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.

(b) Evaporation of hazardous constituents as the principal means of treatment is not considered to be treatment for purposes of an exemption under this section.

[51 FR 40638, Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 21016, June 4, 1987, as amended at 52 FR 25788, July 8, 1987; 53 FR 31212, Aug. 17, 1988; 62 FR 26019, May 12, 1997; 63 FR 28639, May 26, 1998; 71 FR 40278, July 14, 2006]

§ 268.5 Procedures for case-by-case extensions to an effective date.

(a) Any person who generates, treats, stores, or disposes of a hazardous waste may submit an application to the Administrator for an extension to the effective date of any applicable restriction established under subpart C of this part. The applicant must demonstrate the following:

(1) He has made a good-faith effort to locate and contract with treatment, recovery, or disposal facilities nationwide to manage his waste in accordance with the effective date of the applicable restriction established under subpart C of this part;

(2) He has entered into a binding contractual commitment to construct or otherwise provide alternative treatment, recovery (e.g., recycling), or disposal capacity that meets the treatment standards specified in subpart D or, where treatment standards have not been specified, such treatment, recovery, or disposal capacity is protective of human health and the environment.

(3) Due to circumstances beyond the applicant's control, such alternative capacity cannot reasonably be made available by the applicable effective date. This demonstration may include a showing that the technical and practical difficulties associated with providing the alternative capacity will result in the capacity not being available by the applicable effective date;

(4) The capacity being constructed or otherwise provided by the applicant will be sufficient to manage the entire quantity of waste that is the subject of the application;

(5) He provides a detailed schedule for obtaining required operating and construction permits or an outline of how and when alternative capacity will be available;

(6) He has arranged for adequate capacity to manage his waste during an extension and has documented in the application the location of all sites at which the waste will be managed; and

(7) Any waste managed in a surface impoundment or landfill during the extension period will meet the requirements of paragraph (h)(2) of this section.

(b) An authorized representative signing an application described under paragraph (a) of this section shall make the following certification:

I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the information submitted in this document and all attachments and that, based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, I believe that the information is true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.

(c) After receiving an application for an extension, the Administrator may request any additional information which he deems as necessary to evaluate the application.

(d) An extension will apply only to the waste generated at the individual facility covered by the application and will not apply to restricted waste from any other facility.

(e) On the basis of the information referred to in paragraph (a) of this section, after notice and opportunity for comment, and after consultation with appropriate State agencies in all affected States, the Administrator may grant an extension of up to 1 year from the effective date. The Administrator may renew this extension for up to 1 additional year upon the request of the applicant if the demonstration required in paragraph (a) of this section can still be made. In no event will an extension extend beyond 24 months from the applicable effective date specified in subpart C of part 268. The length of any extension authorized will be determined by the Administrator based on the time required to construct or obtain the type of capacity needed by the applicant as described in the completion schedule discussed in paragraph (a)(5) of this section. The Administrator will give public notice of the intent to approve or deny a petition and provide an opportunity for public comment. The final decision on a petition will be published in the Federal Register.

(f) Any person granted an extension under this section must immediately notify the Administrator as soon as he has knowledge of any change in the conditions certified to in the application.

(g) Any person granted an extension under this section shall submit written progress reports at intervals designated by the Administrator. Such reports must describe the overall progress made toward constructing or otherwise providing alternative treatment, recovery or disposal capacity; must identify any event which may cause or has caused a delay in the development of the capacity; and must summarize the steps taken to mitigate the delay. The Administrator can revoke the extension at any time if the applicant does not demonstrate a good-faith effort to meet the schedule for completion, if the Agency denies or revokes any required permit, if conditions certified in the application change, or for any violation of this chapter.

(h) Whenever the Administrator establishes an extension to an effective date under this section, during the period for which such extension is in effect:

(1) The storage restrictions under § 268.50(a) do not apply; and

(2) Such hazardous waste may be disposed in a landfill or surface impoundment only if such unit is in compliance with the technical requirements of the following provisions regardless of whether such unit is existing, new, or a replacement or lateral expansion.

(i) The landfill, if in interim status, is in compliance with the requirements of subpart F of part 265 and § 265.301 (a), (c), and (d) of this chapter; or,

(ii) The landfill, if permitted, is in compliance with the requirements of subpart F of part 264 and § 264.301 (c), (d) and (e) of this chapter; or

(iii) The surface impoundment, if in interim status, is in compliance with the requirements of subpart F of part 265, § 265.221 (a), (c), and (d) of this chapter, and RCRA section 3005(j)(1); or

(iv) The surface impoundment, if permitted, is in compliance with the requirements of subpart F of part 264 and § 264.221 (c), (d) and (e) of this chapter; or

(v) The surface impoundment, if newly subject to RCRA section 3005(j)(1) due to the promulgation of additional listings or characteristics for the identification of hazardous waste, is in compliance with the requirements of subpart F of part 265 of this chapter within 12 months after the promulgation of additional listings or characteristics of hazardous waste, and with the requirements of § 265.221 (a), (c) and (d) of this chapter within 48 months after the promulgation of additional listings or characteristics of hazardous waste. If a national capacity variance is granted, during the period the variance is in effect, the surface impoundment, if newly subject to RCRA section 3005(j)(1) due to the promulgation of additional listings or characteristics of hazardous waste, is in compliance with the requirements of subpart F of part 265 of this chapter within 12 months after the promulgation of additional listings or characteristics of hazardous waste, and with the requirements of § 265.221 (a), (c) and (d) of this chapter within 48 months after the promulgation of additional listings or characteristics of hazardous waste; or

(vi) The landfill, if disposing of containerized liquid hazardous wastes containing PCBs at concentrations greater than or equal to 50 ppm but less than 500 ppm, is also in compliance with the requirements of 40 CFR 761.75 and parts 264 and 265.

(i) Pending a decision on the application the applicant is required to comply with all restrictions on land disposal under this part once the effective date for the waste has been reached.

[51 FR 40638, Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 21016, June 4, 1987, as amended at 52 FR 25788, July 8, 1987; 54 FR 36971, Sept. 6, 1989; 55 FR 23935, June 13, 1990; 57 FR 37270, Aug. 18, 1992]

§ 268.6 Petitions to allow land disposal of a waste prohibited under subpart C of part 268.

(a) Any person seeking an exemption from a prohibition under subpart C of this part for the disposal of a restricted hazardous waste in a particular unit or units must submit a petition to the Administrator demonstrating, to a reasonable degree of certainty, that there will be no migration of hazardous constituents from the disposal unit or injection zone for as long as the wastes remain hazardous. The demonstration must include the following components:

(1) An identification of the specific waste and the specific unit for which the demonstration will be made;

(2) A waste analysis to describe fully the chemical and physical characteristics of the subject waste;

(3) A comprehensive characterization of the disposal unit site including an analysis of background air, soil, and water quality.

(4) A monitoring plan that detects migration at the earliest practicable time;

(5) Sufficient information to assure the Administrator that the owner or operator of a land disposal unit receiving restricted waste(s) will comply with other applicable Federal, State, and local laws.

(b) The demonstration referred to in paragraph (a) of this section must meet the following criteria:

(1) All waste and environmental sampling, test, and analysis data must be accurate and reproducible to the extent that state-of-the-art techniques allow;

(2) All sampling, testing, and estimation techniques for chemical and physical properties of the waste and all environmental parameters must have been approved by the Administrator;

(3) Simulation models must be calibrated for the specific waste and site conditions, and verified for accuracy by comparison with actual measurements;

(4) A quality assurance and quality control plan that addresses all aspects of the demonstration must be approved by the Administrator; and,

(5) An analysis must be performed to identify and quantify any aspects of the demonstration that contribute significantly to uncertainty. This analysis must include an evaluation of the consequences of predictable future events, including, but not limited to, earthquakes, floods, severe storm events, droughts, or other natural phenomena.

(c) Each petition referred to in paragraph (a) of this section must include the following:

(1) A monitoring plan that describes the monitoring program installed at and/or around the unit to verify continued compliance with the conditions of the variance. This monitoring plan must provide information on the monitoring of the unit and/or the environment around the unit. The following specific information must be included in the plan:

(i) The media monitored in the cases where monitoring of the environment around the unit is required;

(ii) The type of monitoring conducted at the unit, in the cases where monitoring of the unit is required;

(iii) The location of the monitoring stations;

(iv) The monitoring interval (frequency of monitoring at each station);

(v) The specific hazardous constituents to be monitored;

(vi) The implementation schedule for the monitoring program;

(vii) The equipment used at the monitoring stations;

(viii) The sampling and analytical techniques employed; and

(ix) The data recording/reporting procedures.

(2) Where applicable, the monitoring program described in paragraph (c)(1) of this section must be in place for a period of time specified by the Administrator, as part of his approval of the petition, prior to receipt of prohibited waste at the unit.

(3) The monitoring data collected according to the monitoring plan specified under paragraph (c)(1) of this section must be sent to the Administrator according to a format and schedule specified and approved in the monitoring plan, and

(4) A copy of the monitoring data collected under the monitoring plan specified under paragraph (c)(1) of this section must be kept on-site at the facility in the operating record.

(5) The monitoring program specified under paragraph (c)(1) of this section meets the following criteria:

(i) All sampling, testing, and analytical data must be approved by the Administrator and must provide data that is accurate and reproducible.

(ii) All estimation and monitoring techniques must be approved by the Administrator.

(iii) A quality assurance and quality control plan addressing all aspects of the monitoring program must be provided to and approved by the Administrator.

(d) Each petition must be submitted to the Administrator.

(e) After a petition has been approved, the owner or operator must report any changes in conditions at the unit and/or the environment around the unit that significantly depart from the conditions described in the variance and affect the potential for migration of hazardous constituents from the units as follows:

(1) If the owner or operator plans to make changes to the unit design, construction, or operation, such a change must be proposed, in writing, and the owner or operator must submit a demonstration to the Administrator at least 30 days prior to making the change. The Administrator will determine whether the proposed change invalidates the terms of the petition and will determine the appropriate response. Any change must be approved by the Administrator prior to being made.

(2) If the owner or operator discovers that a condition at the site which was modeled or predicted in the petition does not occur as predicted, this change must be reported, in writing, to the Administrator within 10 days of discovering the change. The Administrator will determine whether the reported change from the terms of the petition requires further action, which may include termination of waste acceptance and revocation of the petition, petition modifications, or other responses.

(f) If the owner or operator determines that there is migration of hazardous constituent(s) from the unit, the owner or operator must:

(1) Immediately suspend receipt of prohibited waste at the unit, and

(2) Notify the Administrator, in writing, within 10 days of the determination that a release has occurred.

(3) Following receipt of the notification the Administrator will determine, within 60 days of receiving notification, whether the owner or operator can continue to receive prohibited waste in the unit and whether the variance is to be revoked. The Administrator shall also determine whether further examination of any migration is warranted under applicable provisions of part 264 or part 265.

(g) Each petition must include the following statement signed by the petitioner or an authorized representative:

I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the information submitted in this petition and all attached documents, and that, based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, I believe that submitted information is true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.

(h) After receiving a petition, the Administrator may request any additional information that reasonably may be required to evaluate the demonstration.

(i) If approved, the petition will apply to land disposal of the specific restricted waste at the individual disposal unit described in the demonstration and will not apply to any other restricted waste at that disposal unit, or to that specific restricted waste at any other disposal unit.

(j) The Administrator will give public notice in the Federal Register of the intent to approve or deny a petition and provide an opportunity for public comment. The final decision on a petition will be published in the Federal Register.

(k) The term of a petition granted under this section shall be no longer than the term of the RCRA permit if the disposal unit is operating under a RCRA permit, or up to a maximum of 10 years from the date of approval provided under paragraph (g) of this section if the unit is operating under interim status. In either case, the term of the granted petition shall expire upon the termination or denial of a RCRA permit, or upon the termination of interim status or when the volume limit of waste to be land disposed during the term of petition is reached.

(l) Prior to the Administrator's decision, the applicant is required to comply with all restrictions on land disposal under this part once the effective date for the waste has been reached.

(m) The petition granted by the Administrator does not relieve the petitioner of his responsibilities in the management of hazardous waste under 40 CFR part 260 through part 271.

(n) Liquid hazardous wastes containing polychlorinated biphenyls at concentrations greater than or equal to 500 ppm are not eligible for an exemption under this section.

[51 FR 40638, Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 21016, June 4, 1987, as amended at 52 FR 25789, July 8, 1987; 53 FR 31212, Aug. 17, 1988; 54 FR 36971, Sept. 6, 1989; 71 FR 40278, July 14, 2006]

§ 268.7 Testing, tracking, and recordkeeping requirements for generators, reverse distributors, treaters, and disposal facilities.

(a) Requirements for generators and reverse distributors -

(1) A generator of hazardous waste must determine if the waste has to be treated before it can be land disposed. This is done by determining if the hazardous waste meets the treatment standards in § 268.40, 268.45, or § 268.49. This determination can be made concurrently with the hazardous waste determination required in § 262.11 of this chapter, in either of two ways: testing the waste or using knowledge of the waste. If the generator tests the waste, testing would normally determine the total concentration of hazardous constituents, or the concentration of hazardous constituents in an extract of the waste obtained using test method 1311 in “Test Methods of Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods,” EPA Publication SW-846, (incorporated by reference, see § 260.11 of this chapter), depending on whether the treatment standard for the waste is expressed as a total concentration or concentration of hazardous constituent in the waste's extract. (Alternatively, the generator must send the waste to a RCRA-permitted hazardous waste treatment facility, where the waste treatment facility must comply with the requirements of § 264.13 of this chapter and paragraph (b) of this section.) In addition, some hazardous wastes must be treated by particular treatment methods before they can be land disposed and some soils are contaminated by such hazardous wastes. These treatment standards are also found in § 268.40, and are described in detail in § 268.42, Table 1. These wastes, and soils contaminated with such wastes, do not need to be tested (however, if they are in a waste mixture, other wastes with concentration level treatment standards would have to be tested). If a generator determines they are managing a waste or soil contaminated with a waste, that displays a hazardous characteristic of ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity, they must comply with the special requirements of § 268.9 of this part in addition to any applicable requirements in this section.

(2) If the waste or contaminated soil does not meet the treatment standards, or if the generator chooses not to make the determination of whether his waste must be treated, with the initial shipment of waste to each treatment or storage facility, the generator must send a one-time written notice to each treatment or storage facility receiving the waste, and place a copy in the file. The notice must include the information in column “268.7(a)(2)” of the Generator Paperwork Requirements Table in paragraph (a)(4) of this section. (Alternatively, if the generator chooses not to make the determination of whether the waste must be treated, the notification must include the EPA Hazardous Waste Numbers and Manifest Number of the first shipment and must state “This hazardous waste may or may not be subject to the LDR treatment standards. The treatment facility must make the determination.”) No further notification is necessary until such time that the waste or facility change, in which case a new notification must be sent and a copy placed in the generator's file.

(3) If the waste or contaminated soil meets the treatment standard at the original point of generation:

(i) With the initial shipment of waste to each treatment, storage, or disposal facility, the generator must send a one-time written notice to each treatment, storage, or disposal facility receiving the waste, and place a copy in the file. The notice must include the information indicated in column “268.7(a)(3)” of the Generator Paperwork Requirements Table in § 268.7(a)(4) and the following certification statement, signed by an authorized representative:

I certify under penalty of law that I personally have examined and am familiar with the waste through analysis and testing or through knowledge of the waste to support this certification that the waste complies with the treatment standards specified in 40 CFR part 268 subpart D. I believe that the information I submitted is true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting a false certification, including the possibility of a fine and imprisonment.

(ii) For contaminated soil, with the initial shipment of wastes to each treatment, storage, or disposal facility, the generator must send a one-time written notice to each facility receiving the waste and place a copy in the file. The notice must include the information in column “268.7(a)(3)” of the Generator Paperwork Requirements Table in § 268.7(a)(4).

(iii) If the waste changes, the generator must send a new notice and certification to the receiving facility, and place a copy in their files. Generators of hazardous debris excluded from the definition of hazardous waste under § 261.3(f) of this chapter are not subject to these requirements.

(4) For reporting, tracking, and recordkeeping when exceptions allow certain wastes or contaminated soil that do not meet the treatment standards to be land disposed: There are certain exemptions from the requirement that hazardous wastes or contaminated soil meet treatment standards before they can be land disposed. These include, but are not limited to case-by-case extensions under § 268.5, disposal in a no-migration unit under § 268.6, or a national capacity variance or case-by-case capacity variance under subpart C of this part. If a generator's waste is so exempt, then with the initial shipment of waste, the generator must send a one-time written notice to each land disposal facility receiving the waste. The notice must include the information indicated in column “268.7(a)(4)” of the Generator Paperwork Requirements Table below. If the waste changes, the generator must send a new notice to the receiving facility, and place a copy in their files.

Generator Paperwork Requirements Table

Required information § 268.7 (a)(2) § 268.7 (a)(3) § 268.7 (a)(4) § 268.7 (a)(9)
1. EPA Hazardous Waste Numbers and Manifest Number of first shipment
2. Statement: this waste is not prohibited from land disposal
3. The waste is subject to the LDRs. The constituents of concern for F001-F005, and F039, and underlying hazardous constituents in characteristic wastes, unless the waste will be treated and monitored for all constituents. If all constituents will be treated and monitored, there is no need to put them all on the LDR notice
4. The notice must include the applicable wastewater/ nonwastewater category (see §§ 268.2(d) and (f)) and subdivisions made within a waste code based on waste-specific criteria (such as D003 reactive cyanide)
5. Waste analysis data (when available)
6. Date the waste is subject to the prohibition
7. For hazardous debris, when treating with the alternative treatment technologies provided by § 268.45: the contaminants subject to treatment, as described in § 268.45(b); and an indication that these contaminants are being treated to comply with § 268.45
8. For contaminated soil subject to LDRs as provided in § 268.49(a), the constituents subject to treatment as described in § 268.49(d), and the following statement: This contaminated soil [does/does not] contain listed hazardous waste and [does/does not] exhibit a characteristic of hazardous waste and [is subject to/complies with] the soil treatment standards as provided by § 268.49(c) or the universal treatment standards
9. A certification is needed (see applicable section for exact wording)

(5) If a generator is managing and treating prohibited waste or contaminated soil in tanks, containers, or containment buildings regulated under 40 CFR 262.15, 262.16, and 262.17 to meet applicable LDR treatment standards found at § 268.40, the generator must develop and follow a written waste analysis plan which describes the procedures they will carry out to comply with the treatment standards. (Generators treating hazardous debris under the alternative treatment standards of Table 1 to § 268.45, however, are not subject to these waste analysis requirements.) The plan must be kept on site in the generator's records, and the following requirements must be met:

(i) The waste analysis plan must be based on a detailed chemical and physical analysis of a representative sample of the prohibited waste(s) being treated, and contain all information necessary to treat the waste(s) in accordance with the requirements of this part, including the selected testing frequency.

(ii) Such plan must be kept in the facility's on-site files and made available to inspectors.

(iii) Wastes shipped off-site pursuant to this paragraph must comply with the notification requirements of § 268.7(a)(3).

(6) If a generator determines that the waste or contaminated soil is restricted based solely on his knowledge of the waste, all supporting data used to make this determination must be retained on-site in the generator's files. If a generator determines that the waste is restricted based on testing this waste or an extract developed using the test method 1311 in “Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods,” EPA Publication SW-846, as referenced in § 260.11 of this chapter, and all waste analysis data must be retained on-site in the generator's files.

(7) If a generator determines that he is managing a prohibited waste that is excluded from the definition of hazardous or solid waste or is exempted from Subtitle C regulation under 40 CFR 261.2 through 261.6 subsequent to the point of generation (including deactivated characteristic hazardous wastes managed in wastewater treatment systems subject to the Clean Water Act (CWA) as specified at 40 CFR 261.4(a)(2) or that are CWA-equivalent, or are managed in an underground injection well regulated by the SDWA), he must place a one-time notice describing such generation, subsequent exclusion from the definition of hazardous or solid waste or exemption from RCRA Subtitle C regulation, and the disposition of the waste, in the facility's on-site files.

(8) Generators must retain on-site a copy of all notices, certifications, waste analysis data, and other documentation produced pursuant to this section for at least three years from the date that the waste that is the subject of such documentation was last sent to on-site or off-site treatment, storage, or disposal. The three year record retention period is automatically extended during the course of any unresolved enforcement action regarding the regulated activity or as requested by the Administrator. The requirements of this paragraph apply to solid wastes even when the hazardous characteristic is removed prior to disposal, or when the waste is excluded from the definition of hazardous or solid waste under 40 CFR 261.2 through 261.6, or exempted from Subtitle C regulation, subsequent to the point of generation.

(9) If a generator is managing a lab pack containing hazardous wastes and wishes to use the alternative treatment standard for lab packs found at § 268.42(c):

(i) With the initial shipment of waste to a treatment facility, the generator must submit a notice that provides the information in column “§ 268.7(a)(9)” in the Generator Paperwork Requirements Table of paragraph (a)(4) of this section, and the following certification. The certification, which must be signed by an authorized representative and must be placed in the generator's files, must say the following:

I certify under penalty of law that I personally have examined and am familiar with the waste and that the lab pack contains only wastes that have not been excluded under appendix IV to 40 CFR part 268 and that this lab pack will be sent to a combustion facility in compliance with the alternative treatment standards for lab packs at 40 CFR 268.42(c). I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting a false certification, including the possibility of fine or imprisonment.

(ii) No further notification is necessary until such time that the wastes in the lab pack change, or the receiving facility changes, in which case a new notice and certification must be sent and a copy placed in the generator's file.

(iii) If the lab pack contains characteristic hazardous wastes (D001-D043), underlying hazardous constituents (as defined in § 268.2(i)) need not be determined.

(iv) The generator must also comply with the requirements in paragraphs (a)(6) and (a)(7) of this section.

(10) Small quantity generators with tolling agreements pursuant to 40 CFR 262.20(e) must comply with the applicable notification and certification requirements of paragraph (a) of this section for the initial shipment of the waste subject to the agreement. Such generators must retain on-site a copy of the notification and certification, together with the tolling agreement, for at least three years after termination or expiration of the agreement. The three-year record retention period is automatically extended during the course of any unresolved enforcement action regarding the regulated activity or as requested by the Administrator.

(b) Treatment facilities must test their wastes according to the frequency specified in their waste analysis plans as required by 40 CFR 264.13 (for permitted TSDs) or 40 CFR 265.13 (for interim status facilities). Such testing must be performed as provided in paragraphs (b)(1), (b)(2) and (b)(3) of this section.

(1) For wastes or contaminated soil with treatment standards expressed in the waste extract (TCLP), the owner or operator of the treatment facility must test an extract of the treatment residues, using test method 1311 (the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure, described in “Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods,” EPA Publication SW-846 as incorporated by reference in § 260.11 of this chapter) to assure that the treatment residues extract meet the applicable treatment standards.

(2) For wastes or contaminated soil with treatment standards expressed as concentrations in the waste, the owner or operator of the treatment facility must test the treatment residues (not an extract of such residues) to assure that they meet the applicable treatment standards.

(3) A one-time notice must be sent with the initial shipment of waste or contaminated soil to the land disposal facility. A copy of the notice must be placed in the treatment facility's file.

(i) No further notification is necessary until such time that the waste or receiving facility change, in which case a new notice must be sent and a copy placed in the treatment facility's file.

(ii) The one-time notice must include these requirements:

Treatment Facility Paperwork Requirements Table

Required information § 268.7(b)
1. EPA Hazardous Waste Numbers and Manifest Number of first shipment
2. The waste is subject to the LDRs. The constituents of concern for F001-F005, and F039, and underlying hazardous constituents in characteristic wastes, unless the waste will be treated and monitored for all constituents. If all constituents will be treated and monitored, there is no need to put them all on the LDR notice.
3. The notice must include the applicable wastewater/ nonwastewater category (see §§ 268.2(d) and (f)) and subdivisions made within a waste code based on waste-specific criteria (such as D003 reactive cyanide)
4. Waste analysis data (when available)
5. For contaminated soil subject to LDRs as provided in 268.49(a), the constituents subject to treatment as described in 268.49(d) and the following statement, “this contaminated soil [does/does not] exhibit a characteristic of hazardous waste and [is subject to/complies with] the soil treatment standards as provided by 268.49(c)”.
6. A certification is needed (see applicable section for exact wording)

(4) The treatment facility must submit a one-time certification signed by an authorized representative with the initial shipment of waste or treatment residue of a restricted waste to the land disposal facility. The certification must state:

I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the treatment technology and operation of the treatment process used to support this certification. Based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining this information, I believe that the treatment process has been operated and maintained properly so as to comply with the treatment standards specified in 40 CFR 268.40 without impermissible dilution of the prohibited waste. I am aware there are significant penalties for submitting a false certification, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.

A certification is also necessary for contaminated soil and it must state:

I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the treatment technology and operation of the treatment process used to support this certification and believe that it has been maintained and operated properly so as to comply with treatment standards specified in 40 CFR 268.49 without impermissible dilution of the prohibited wastes. I am aware there are significant penalties for submitting a false certification, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.

(i) A copy of the certification must be placed in the treatment facility's on-site files. If the waste or treatment residue changes, or the receiving facility changes, a new certification must be sent to the receiving facility, and a copy placed in the file.

(ii) Debris excluded from the definition of hazardous waste under § 261.3(f) of this chapter (i.e., debris treated by an extraction or destruction technology provided by Table 1, § 268.45, and debris that the Director has determined does not contain hazardous waste), however, is subject to the notification and certification requirements of paragraph (d) of this section rather than the certification requirements of this paragraph.

(iii) For wastes with organic constituents having treatment standards expressed as concentration levels, if compliance with the treatment standards is based in whole or in part on the analytical detection limit alternative specified in § 268.40(d), the certification, signed by an authorized representative, must state the following:

I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the treatment technology and operation of the treatment process used to support this certification. Based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining this information, I believe that the nonwastewater organic constituents have been treated by combustion units as specified in 268.42, Table 1. I have been unable to detect the nonwastewater organic constituents, despite having used best good-faith efforts to analyze for such constituents. I am aware there are significant penalties for submitting a false certification, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.

(iv) For characteristic wastes that are subject to the treatment standards in § 268.40 (other than those expressed as a method of treatment), or § 268.49, and that contain underlying hazardous constituents as defined in § 268.2(i); if these wastes are treated on-site to remove the hazardous characteristic; and are then sent off-site for treatment of underlying hazardous constituents, the certification must state the following:

I certify under penalty of law that the waste has been treated in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR 268.40 or 268.49 to remove the hazardous characteristic. This decharacterized waste contains underlying hazardous constituents that require further treatment to meet treatment standards. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting a false certification, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.

(v) For characteristic wastes that contain underlying hazardous constituents as defined § 268.2(i) that are treated on-site to remove the hazardous characteristic to treat underlying hazardous constituents to levels in § 268.48 Universal Treatment Standards, the certification must state the following:

I certify under penalty of law that the waste has been treated in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR 268.40 to remove the hazardous characteristic and that underlying hazardous constituents, as defined in § 268.2(i) have been treated on-site to meet the § 268.48 Universal Treatment Standards. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting a false certification, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.

(5) If the waste or treatment residue will be further managed at a different treatment, storage, or disposal facility, the treatment, storage, or disposal facility sending the waste or treatment residue off-site must comply with the notice and certification requirements applicable to generators under this section.

(6) Where the wastes are recyclable materials used in a manner constituting disposal subject to the provisions of § 266.20(b) of this chapter regarding treatment standards and prohibition levels, the owner or operator of a treatment facility (i.e., the recycler) must, for the initial shipment of waste, prepare a one-time certification described in paragraph (b)(4) of this section, and a one-time notice which includes the information in paragraph (b)(3) of this section (except the manifest number). The certification and notification must be placed in the facility's on-site files. If the waste or the receiving facility changes, a new certification and notification must be prepared and placed in the on site files. In addition, the recycling facility must also keep records of the name and location of each entity receiving the hazardous waste-derived product.

(c) Except where the owner or operator is disposing of any waste that is a recyclable material used in a manner constituting disposal pursuant to 40 CFR 266.20(b), the owner or operator of any land disposal facility disposing any waste subject to restrictions under this part must:

(1) Have copies of the notice and certifications specified in paragraph (a) or (b) of this section.

(2) Test the waste, or an extract of the waste or treatment residue developed using test method 1311 (the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure, described in “Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods,” EPA Publication SW-846 as incorporated by reference in § 260.11 of this chapter), to assure that the wastes or treatment residues are in compliance with the applicable treatment standards set forth in subpart D of this part. Such testing must be performed according to the frequency specified in the facility's waste analysis plan as required by § 264.13 or § 265.13 of this chapter.

(d) Generators or treaters who first claim that hazardous debris is excluded from the definition of hazardous waste under § 261.3(f) of this chapter (i.e., debris treated by an extraction or destruction technology provided by Table 1, § 268.45, and debris that the EPA Regional Administrator (or his designated representative) or State authorized to implement part 268 requirements has determined does not contain hazardous waste) are subject to the following notification and certification requirements:

(1) A one-time notification, including the following information, must be submitted to the EPA Regional hazardous waste management division director (or his designated representative) or State authorized to implement part 268 requirements:

(i) The name and address of the Subtitle D facility receiving the treated debris;

(ii) A description of the hazardous debris as initially generated, including the applicable EPA Hazardous Waste Number(s); and

(iii) For debris excluded under § 261.3(f)(1) of this chapter, the technology from Table 1, § 268.45, used to treat the debris.

(2) The notification must be updated if the debris is shipped to a different facility, and, for debris excluded under § 261.2(f)(1) of this chapter, if a different type of debris is treated or if a different technology is used to treat the debris.

(3) For debris excluded under § 261.3(f)(1) of this chapter, the owner or operator of the treatment facility must document and certify compliance with the treatment standards of Table 1, § 268.45, as follows:

(i) Records must be kept of all inspections, evaluations, and analyses of treated debris that are made to determine compliance with the treatment standards;

(ii) Records must be kept of any data or information the treater obtains during treatment of the debris that identifies key operating parameters of the treatment unit; and

(iii) For each shipment of treated debris, a certification of compliance with the treatment standards must be signed by an authorized representative and placed in the facility's files. The certification must state the following: “I certify under penalty of law that the debris has been treated in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR 268.45. I am aware that there are significant penalties for making a false certification, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.”

(e) Generators and treaters who first receive from EPA or an authorized state a determination that a given contaminated soil subject to LDRs as provided in § 268.49(a) no longer contains a listed hazardous waste and generators and treaters who first determine that a contaminated soil subject to LDRs as provided in § 268.49(a) no longer exhibits a characteristic of hazardous waste must:

(1) Prepare a one-time only documentation of these determinations including all supporting information; and,

(2) Maintain that information in the facility files and other records for a minimum of three years.

[51 FR 40638, Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 21016, June 4, 1987]

§ 268.8 [Reserved]
§ 268.9 Special rules regarding wastes that exhibit a characteristic.

(a) The initial generator of a solid waste must determine each EPA Hazardous Waste Number (waste code) applicable to the waste in order to determine the applicable treatment standards under subpart D of this part. This determination may be made concurrently with the hazardous waste determination required in § 262.11 of this chapter. For purposes of part 268, the waste will carry the waste code for any applicable listed waste (40 CFR part 261, subpart D). In addition, where the waste exhibits a characteristic, the waste will carry one or more of the characteristic waste codes (40 CFR part 261, subpart C), except when the treatment standard for the listed waste operates in lieu of the treatment standard for the characteristic waste, as specified in paragraph (b) of this section. If the generator determines that their waste displays a hazardous characteristic (and is not D001 nonwastewaters treated by CMBST, RORGS, OR POLYM of § 268.42, Table 1), the generator must determine the underlying hazardous constituents (as defined at § 268.2(i)) in the characteristic waste.

(b) Where a prohibited waste is both listed under 40 CFR part 261, subpart D and exhibits a characteristic under 40 CFR part 261, subpart C, the treatment standard for the waste code listed in 40 CFR part 261, subpart D will operate in lieu of the standard for the waste code under 40 CFR part 261, subpart C, provided that the treatment standard for the listed waste includes a treatment standard for the constituent that causes the waste to exhibit the characteristic. Otherwise, the waste must meet the treatment standards for all applicable listed and characteristic waste codes.

(c) In addition to any applicable standards determined from the initial point of generation, no prohibited waste which exhibits a characteristic under 40 CFR part 261, subpart C may be land disposed unless the waste complies with the treatment standards under subpart D of this part.

(d) Wastes that exhibit a characteristic are also subject to § 268.7 requirements, except that once the waste is no longer hazardous, a one-time notification and certification must be placed in the generator's or treater's on-site files. The notification and certification must be updated if the process or operation generating the waste changes and/or if the subtitle D facility receiving the waste changes.

(1) The notification must include the following information:

(i) Name and address of the RCRA Subtitle D facility receiving the waste shipment; and

(ii) A description of the waste as initially generated, including the applicable EPA hazardous waste code(s), treatability group(s), and underlying hazardous constituents (as defined in § 268.2(i)), unless the waste will be treated and monitored for all underlying hazardous constituents. If all underlying hazardous constituents will be treated and monitored, there is no requirement to list any of the underlying hazardous constituents on the notice.

(2) The certification must be signed by an authorized representative and must state the language found in § 268.7(b)(4).

(i) If treatment removes the characteristic but does not meet standards applicable to underlying hazardous constituents, then the certification found in § 268.7(b)(4)(iv) applies.

(ii) [Reserved]

[55 FR 22688, June 1, 1990, as amended at 56 FR 3878, Jan. 31, 1991; 57 FR 37271, Aug. 18, 1992; 58 FR 29885, May 24, 1993; 59 FR 48045, Sept. 19, 1994; 60 FR 245, Jan. 3, 1995; 61 FR 15599, 15662, Apr. 8, 1996; 62 FR 26022, May 12, 1997; 64 FR 25415, May 11, 1999; 71 FR 16913, Apr. 4, 2006]

Subpart B - Schedule for Land Disposal Prohibition and Establishment of Treatment Standards
Source:

51 FR 19305, May 28, 1986, unless otherwise noted.

§§ 268.10-268.12 [Reserved]
§ 268.13 Schedule for wastes identified or listed after November 8, 1984.

In the case of any hazardous waste identified or listed under section 3001 after November 8, 1984, the Administrator shall make a land disposal prohibition determination within 6 months after the date of identification or listing.

§ 268.14 Surface impoundment exemptions.

(a) This section defines additional circumstances under which an otherwise prohibited waste may continue to be placed in a surface impoundment.

(b) Wastes which are newly identified or listed under section 3001 after November 8, 1984, and stored in a surface impoundment that is newly subject to subtitle C of RCRA as a result of the additional identification or listing, may continue to be stored in the surface impoundment for 48 months after the promulgation of the additional listing or characteristic, notwithstanding that the waste is otherwise prohibited from land disposal, provided that the surface impoundment is in compliance with the requirements of subpart F of part 265 of this chapter within 12 months after promulgation of the new listing or characteristic.

(c) Wastes which are newly identified or listed under section 3001 after November 8, 1984, and treated in a surface impoundment that is newly subject to subtitle C of RCRA as a result of the additional identification or listing, may continue to be treated in that surface impoundment, notwithstanding that the waste is otherwise prohibited from land disposal, provided that surface impoundment is in compliance with the requirements of subpart F of part 265 of this chapter within 12 months after the promulgation of the new listing or characteristic. In addition, if the surface impoundment continues to treat hazardous waste after 48 months from promulgation of the additional listing or characteristic, it must then be in compliance with § 268.4.

[57 FR 37271, Aug. 18, 1992, as amended at 71 FR 40278, July 14, 2006]

Subpart C - Prohibitions on Land Disposal
§ 268.20 Waste specific prohibitions - Dyes and/or pigments production wastes.

(a) Effective August 23, 2005, the waste specified in 40 CFR part 261 as EPA Hazardous Waste Number K181, and soil and debris contaminated with this waste, radioactive wastes mixed with this waste, and soil and debris contaminated with radioactive wastes mixed with this waste are prohibited from land disposal.

(b) The requirements of paragraph (a) of this section do not apply if:

(1) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards specified in subpart D of this Part;

(2) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition;

(3) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards established pursuant to a petition granted under § 268.44;

(4) Hazardous debris has met the treatment standards in § 268.40 or the alternative treatment standards in § 268.45; or

(5) Persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to these wastes covered by the extension.

(c) To determine whether a hazardous waste identified in this section exceeds the applicable treatment standards specified in § 268.40, the initial generator must test a sample of the waste extract or the entire waste, depending on whether the treatment standards are expressed as concentrations in the waste extract of the waste, or the generator may use knowledge of the waste. If the waste contains regulated constituents in excess of the applicable subpart D levels, the waste is prohibited from land disposal, and all requirements of part 268 are applicable, except as otherwise specified.

[70 FR 9177, Feb. 24, 2005]

§§ 268.21-268.29 [Reserved]
§ 268.30 Waste specific prohibitions - wood preserving wastes.

(a) Effective August 11, 1997, the following wastes are prohibited from land disposal: the wastes specified in 40 CFR part 261 as EPA Hazardous Waste numbers F032, F034, and F035.

(b) Effective May 12, 1999, the following wastes are prohibited from land disposal: soil and debris contaminated with F032, F034, F035; and radioactive wastes mixed with EPA Hazardous waste numbers F032, F034, and F035.

(c) Between May 12, 1997 and May 12, 1999, soil and debris contaminated with F032, F034, F035; and radioactive waste mixed with F032, F034, and F035 may be disposed in a landfill or surface impoundment only if such unit is in compliance with the requirements specified in § 268.5(h)(2) of this part.

(d) The requirements of paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section do not apply if:

(1) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards specified in Subpart D of this part;

(2) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition;

(3) The wastes meet the applicable alternate treatment standards established pursuant to a petition granted under § 268.44; or

(4) Persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to those wastes covered by the extension.

(e) To determine whether a hazardous waste identified in this section exceeds the applicable treatment standards specified in § 268.40, the initial generator must test a sample of the waste extract or the entire waste, depending on whether the treatment standards are expressed as concentrations in the waste extract or the waste, or the generator may use knowledge of the waste. If the waste contains constituents in excess of the applicable Universal Treatment Standard levels of § 268.48 of this part, the waste is prohibited from land disposal, and all requirements of part 268 are applicable, except as otherwise specified.

[62 FR 26022, May 12, 1997]

§ 268.31 Waste specific prohibitions - Dioxin-containing wastes.

(a) Effective November 8, 1988, the dioxin-containing wastes specified in 40 CFR 261.31 as EPA Hazardous Waste Nos. F020, F02l, F022, F023, F026, F027, and F028, are prohibited from land disposal unless the following condition applies:

(1) The F020-F023 and F026-F028 dioxin-containing waste is contaminated soil and debris resulting from a response action taken under section 104 or 106 of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA) or a corrective action taken under subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).

(b) Effective November 8, 1990, the F020-F023 and F026-F028 dioxin-containing wastes listed in paragraph (a)(1) of this section are prohibited from land disposal.

(c) Between November 8, 1988, and November 8, 1990, wastes included in paragraph (a)(1) of this section may be disposed in a landfill or surface impoundment only if such unit is in compliance with the requirements specified in § 268.5(h)(2) and all other applicable requirements of parts 264 and 265 of this chapter.

(d) The requirements of paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section do not apply if:

(1) The wastes meet the standards of subpart D of this part; or

(2) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition; or

(3) Persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to those wastes covered by the extension.

[53 FR 31216, Aug. 17, 1988]

§ 268.32 Waste specific prohibitions - Soils exhibiting the toxicity characteristic for metals and containing PCBs.

(a) Effective December 26, 2000, the following wastes are prohibited from land disposal: any volumes of soil exhibiting the toxicity characteristic solely because of the presence of metals (D004 - D011) and containing PCBs.

(b) The requirements of paragraph (a) of this section do not apply if:

(1)

(i) The wastes contain halogenated organic compounds in total concentration less than 1,000 mg/kg; and

(ii) The wastes meet the treatment standards specified in Subpart D of this part for EPA hazardous waste numbers D004 - D011, as applicable; or

(2)

(i) The wastes contain halogenated organic compounds in total concentration less than 1,000 mg/kg; and

(ii) The wastes meet the alternative treatment standards specified in § 268.49 for contaminated soil; or

(3) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition; or

(4) The wastes meet applicable alternative treatment standards established pursuant to a petition granted under § 268.44.

[65 FR 81380, Dec. 26, 2000]

§ 268.33 Waste specific prohibitions - chlorinated aliphatic wastes.

(a) Effective May 8, 2001, the wastes specified in 40 CFR part 261 as EPA Hazardous Wastes Numbers K174, and K175, soil and debris contaminated with these wastes, radioactive wastes mixed with these wastes, and soil and debris contaminated with radioactive wastes mixed with these wastes are prohibited from land disposal.

(b) The requirements of paragraph (a) of this section do not apply if:

(1) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards specified in subpart D of this part;

(2) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition;

(3) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards established pursuant to a petition granted under § 268.44;

(4) Hazardous debris has met the treatment standards in § 268.40 or the alternative treatment standards in § 268.45; or

(5) Persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to these wastes covered by the extension.

(c) To determine whether a hazardous waste identified in this section exceeds the applicable treatment standards specified in § 268.40, the initial generator must test a sample of the waste extract or the entire waste, depending on whether the treatment standards are expressed as concentrations in the waste extract or the waste, or the generator may use knowledge of the waste. If the waste contains regulated constituents in excess of the applicable levels of subpart D of this part, the waste is prohibited from land disposal, and all requirements of part 268 are applicable, except as otherwise specified.

(d) Disposal of K175 wastes that have complied with all applicable 40 CFR 268.40 treatment standards must also be macroencapsulated in accordance with 40 CFR 268.45 Table 1 unless the waste is placed in:

(1) A Subtitle C monofill containing only K175 wastes that meet all applicable 40 CFR 268.40 treatment standards; or

(2) A dedicated Subtitle C landfill cell in which all other wastes being co-disposed are at pH≤6.0.

[65 FR 67127, Nov. 8, 2000]

§ 268.34 Waste specific prohibitions - toxicity characteristic metal wastes.

(a) Effective August 24, 1998, the following wastes are prohibited from land disposal: the wastes specified in 40 CFR Part 261 as EPA Hazardous Waste numbers D004-D011 that are newly identified (i.e., wastes, soil, or debris identified as hazardous by the Toxic Characteristic Leaching Procedure but not the Extraction Procedure), and waste, soil, or debris from mineral processing operations that is identified as hazardous by the specifications at 40 CFR Part 261.

(b) Effective November 26, 1998, the following waste is prohibited from land disposal: Slag from secondary lead smelting which exhibits the Toxicity Characteristic due to the presence of one or more metals.

(c) Effective May 26, 2000, the following wastes are prohibited from land disposal: newly identified characteristic wastes from elemental phosphorus processing; radioactive wastes mixed with EPA Hazardous wastes D004-D011 that are newly identified (i.e., wastes, soil, or debris identified as hazardous by the Toxic Characteristic Leaching Procedure but not the Extraction Procedure); or mixed with newly identified characteristic mineral processing wastes, soil, or debris.

(d) Between May 26, 1998 and May 26, 2000, newly identified characteristic wastes from elemental phosphorus processing, radioactive waste mixed with D004-D011 wastes that are newly identified (i.e., wastes, soil, or debris identified as hazardous by the Toxic Characteristic Leaching Procedure but not the Extraction Procedure), or mixed with newly identified characteristic mineral processing wastes, soil, or debris may be disposed in a landfill or surface impoundment only if such unit is in compliance with the requirements specified in § 268.5(h) of this part.

(e) The requirements of paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section do not apply if:

(1) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards specified in subpart D of this part:

(2) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition;

(3) The wastes meet the applicable alternate treatment standards established pursuant to a petition granted under § 268.44; or

(4) Persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to these wastes covered by the extension.

(f) To determine whether a hazardous waste identified in this section exceeds the applicable treatment standards specified in § 268.40, the initial generator must test a sample of the waste extract or the entire waste, depending on whether the treatment standards are expressed as concentration in the waste extract or the waste, or the generator may use knowledge of the waste. If the waste contains constituents (including underlying hazardous constituents in characteristic wastes) in excess of the applicable Universal Treatment Standard levels of § 268.48 of this part, the waste is prohibited from land disposal, and all requirements of part 268 are applicable, except as otherwise specified.

[63 FR 28641, May 26, 1998, as amended at 63 FR 48127, Sept. 9, 1998]

§ 268.35 Waste specific prohibitions - petroleum refining wastes.

(a) Effective February 8, 1999, the wastes specified in 40 CFR part 261 as EPA Hazardous Wastes Numbers K169, K170, K171, and K172, soils and debris contaminated with these wastes, radioactive wastes mixed with these hazardous wastes, and soils and debris contaminated with these radioactive mixed wastes, are prohibited from land disposal.

(b) The requirements of paragraph (a) of this section do not apply if:

(1) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards specified in Subpart D of this part;

(2) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition;

(3) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards established pursuant to a petition granted under § 268.44;

(4) Hazardous debris that have met treatment standards in § 268.40 or in the alternative treatment standards in § 268.45; or

(5) Persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to these wastes covered by the extension.

(c) To determine whether a hazardous waste identified in this section exceeds the applicable treatment standards specified in § 268.40, the initial generator must test a sample of the waste extract or the entire waste, depending on whether the treatment standards are expressed as concentrations in the waste extract or the waste, or the generator may use knowledge of the waste. If the waste contains constituents in excess of the applicable Universal Treatment Standard levels of § 268.48, the waste is prohibited from land disposal, and all requirements of this part are applicable, except as otherwise specified.

[63 FR 42186, Aug. 6, 1998]

§ 268.36 Waste specific prohibitions - inorganic chemical wastes.

(a) Effective May 20, 2002, the wastes specified in 40 CFR part 261 as EPA Hazardous Wastes Numbers K176, K177, and K178, and soil and debris contaminated with these wastes, radioactive wastes mixed with these wastes, and soil and debris contaminated with radioactive wastes mixed with these wastes are prohibited from land disposal.

(b) The requirements of paragraph (a) of this section do not apply if:

(1) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards specified in subpart D of this part;

(2) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition;

(3) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards established pursuant to a petition granted under § 268.44;

(4) Hazardous debris has met the treatment standards in § 268.40 or the alternative treatment standards in § 268.45; or

(5) Persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to these wastes covered by the extension.

(c) To determine whether a hazardous waste identified in this section exceeds the applicable treatment standards specified in § 268.40, the initial generator must test a sample of the waste extract or the entire waste, depending on whether the treatment standards are expressed as concentrations in the waste extract or the waste, or the generator may use knowledge of the waste. If the waste contains regulated constituents in excess of the applicable subpart D levels, the waste is prohibited from land disposal, and all requirements of this part are applicable, except as otherwise specified.

[66 FR 58298, Nov. 20, 2001]

§ 268.37 Waste specific prohibitions - ignitable and corrosive characteristic wastes whose treatment standards were vacated.

(a) Effective August 9, 1993, the wastes specified in 40 CFR 261.21 as D001 (and is not in the High TOC Ignitable Liquids Subcategory), and specified in § 261.22 as D002, that are managed in systems other than those whose discharge is regulated under the Clean Water Act (CWA), or that inject in Class I deep wells regulated under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), or that are zero dischargers that engage in CWA-equivalent treatment before ultimate land disposal, are prohibited from land disposal. CWA-equivalent treatment means biological treatment for organics, alkaline chlorination or ferrous sulfate precipitation for cyanide, precipitation/sedimentation for metals, reduction of hexavalent chromium, or other treatment technology that can be demonstrated to perform equally or greater than these technologies.

(b) Effective February 10, 1994, the wastes specified in 40 CFR 261.21 as D001 (and is not in the High TOC Ignitable Liquids Subcategory), and specified in § 261.22 as D002, that are managed in systems defined in 40 CFR 144.6(e) and 146.6(e) as Class V injection wells, that do not engage in CWA-equivalent treatment before injection, are prohibited from land disposal.

[58 FR 29885, May 24, 1993]

§ 268.38 Waste specific prohibitions - newly identified organic toxicity characteristic wastes and newly listed coke by-product and chlorotoluene production wastes.

(a) Effective December 19, 1994, the wastes specified in 40 CFR 261.32 as EPA Hazardous Waste numbers K141, K142, K143, K144, K145, K147, K148, K149, K150, and K151 are prohibited from land disposal. In addition, debris contaminated with EPA Hazardous Waste numbers F037, F038, K107-K112, K117, K118, K123-K126, K131, K132, K136, U328, U353, U359, and soil and debris contaminated with D012-D043, K141-K145, and K147-K151 are prohibited from land disposal. The following wastes that are specified in 40 CFR 261.24, Table 1 as EPA Hazardous Waste numbers: D012, D013, D014, D015, D016, D017, D018, D019, D020, D021, D022, D023, D024, D025, D026, D027, D028, D029, D030, D031, D032, D033, D034, D035, D036, D037, D038, D039, D040, D041, D042, D043 that are not radioactive, or that are managed in systems other than those whose discharge is regulated under the Clean Water Act (CWA), or that are zero dischargers that do not engage in CWA-equivalent treatment before ultimate land disposal, or that are injected in Class I deep wells regulated under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), are prohibited from land disposal. CWA-equivalent treatment means biological treatment for organics, alkaline chlorination or ferrous sulfate precipitation for cyanide, precipitation/ sedimentation for metals, reduction of hexavalent chromium, or other treatment technology that can be demonstrated to perform equally or better than these technologies.

(b) On September 19, 1996, radioactive wastes that are mixed with D018-D043 that are managed in systems other than those whose discharge is regulated under the Clean Water Act (CWA), or that inject in Class I deep wells regulated under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), or that are zero dischargers that engage in CWA-equivalent treatment before ultimate land disposal, are prohibited from land disposal. CWA-equivalent treatment means biological treatment for organics, alkaline chlorination or ferrous sulfate precipitation for cyanide, precipitation/ sedimentation for metals, reduction of hexavalent chromium, or other treatment technology that can be demonstrated to perform equally or greater than these technologies. Radioactive wastes mixed with K141-K145, and K147-K151 are also prohibited from land disposal. In addition, soil and debris contaminated with these radioactive mixed wastes are prohibited from land disposal.

(c) Between December 19, 1994 and September 19, 1996, the wastes included in paragraphs (b) of this section may be disposed in a landfill or surface impoundment, only if such unit is in compliance with the requirements specified in § 268.5(h)(2) of this Part.

(d) The requirements of paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of this section do not apply if:

(1) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards specified in Subpart D of this part;

(2) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition;

(3) The wastes meet the applicable alternate treatment standards established pursuant to a petition granted under § 268.44;

(4) Persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to these wastes covered by the extension.

(e) To determine whether a hazardous waste identified in this section exceeds the applicable treatment standards specified in § 268.40, the initial generator must test a sample of the waste extract or the entire waste, depending on whether the treatment standards are expressed as concentrations in the waste extract or the waste, or the generator may use knowledge of the waste. If the waste contains constituents in excess of the applicable Subpart D levels, the waste is prohibited from land disposal, and all requirements of part 268 are applicable, except as otherwise specified.

[59 FR 48045, Sept. 19, 1995]

§ 268.39 Waste specific prohibitions - spent aluminum potliners; reactive; and carbamate wastes.

(a) On July 8, 1996, the wastes specified in 40 CFR 261.32 as EPA Hazardous Waste numbers K156-K159, and K161; and in 40 CFR 261.33 as EPA Hazardous Waste numbers P127, P128, P185, P188-P192, P194, P196-P199, P201-P205, U271, U278-U280, U364, U367, U372, U373, U387, U389, U394, U395, U404, and U409-U411 are prohibited from land disposal. In addition, soil and debris contaminated with these wastes are prohibited from land disposal.

(b) On July 8, 1996, the wastes identified in 40 CFR 261.23 as D003 that are managed in systems other than those whose discharge is regulated under the Clean Water Act (CWA), or that inject in Class I deep wells regulated under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), or that are zero dischargers that engage in CWA-equivalent treatment before ultimate land disposal, are prohibited from land disposal. This prohibition does not apply to unexploded ordnance and other explosive devices which have been the subject of an emergency response. (Such D003 wastes are prohibited unless they meet the treatment standard of DEACT before land disposal (see § 268.40)).

(c) On September 21, 1998, the wastes specified in 40 CFR 261.32 as EPA Hazardous Waste number K088 are prohibited from land disposal. In addition, soil and debris contaminated with these wastes are prohibited from land disposal.

(d) On April 8, 1998, radioactive wastes mixed with K088, K156-K159, K161, P127, P128, P185, P188-P192, P194, P196-P199, P201-P205, U271, U278-U280, U364, U367, U372, U373, U387, U389, U394, U395, U404, and U409-U411 are prohibited from land disposal. In addition, soil and debris contaminated with these radioactive mixed wastes are prohibited from land disposal.

(e) Between July 8, 1996, and April 8, 1998, the wastes included in paragraphs (a), (c), and (d) of this section may be disposed in a landfill or surface impoundment, only if such unit is in compliance with the requirements specified in § 268.5(h)(2).

(f) The requirements of paragraphs (a), (b), (c), and (d) of this section do not apply if:

(1) The wastes meet the applicable treatment standards specified in Subpart D of this part;

(2) Persons have been granted an exemption from a prohibition pursuant to a petition under § 268.6, with respect to those wastes and units covered by the petition;

(3) The wastes meet the applicable alternate treatment standards established pursuant to a petition granted under § 268.44;

(4) Persons have been granted an extension to the effective date of a prohibition pursuant to § 268.5, with respect to these wastes covered by the extension.

(g) To determine whether a hazardous waste identified in this section exceeds the applicable treatment standards specified in § 268.40, the initial generator must test a sample of the waste extract or the entire waste, depending on whether the treatment standards are expressed as concentrations in the waste extract or the waste, or the generator may use knowledge of the waste. If the waste contains constituents in excess of the applicable Subpart D levels, the waste is prohibited from land disposal, and all requirements of this part 268 are applicable, except as otherwise specified.

[61 FR 15663, Apr. 8, 1996, as amended at 61 FR 33683, June 28, 1996; 62 FR 1997, Jan. 14, 1997; 62 FR 32979, June 17, 1997; 62 FR 37699, July 14, 1997; 63 FR 51264, Sept. 24, 1998]

Subpart D - Treatment Standards
§ 268.40 Applicability of treatment standards.

(a) A prohibited waste identified in the table “Treatment Standards for Hazardous Wastes” may be land disposed only if it meets the requirements found in the table. For each waste, the table identifies one of three types of treatment standard requirements:

(1) All hazardous constituents in the waste or in the treatment residue must be at or below the values found in the table for that waste (“total waste standards”); or

(2) The hazardous constituents in the extract of the waste or in the extract of the treatment residue must be at or below the values found in the table (“waste extract standards”); or

(3) The waste must be treated using the technology specified in the table (“technology standard”), which are described in detail in § 268.42, Table 1 - Technology Codes and Description of Technology-Based Standards.

(b) For wastewaters, compliance with concentration level standards is based on maximums for any one day, except for D004 through D011 wastes for which the previously promulgated treatment standards based on grab samples remain in effect. For all nonwastewaters, compliance with concentration level standards is based on grab sampling. For wastes covered by the waste extract standards, the test Method 1311, the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure found in “Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods,” EPA Publication SW-846, as incorporated by reference in § 260.11, must be used to measure compliance. An exception is made for D004 and D008, for which either of two test methods may be used: Method 1311, or Method 1310B, the Extraction Procedure Toxicity Test. For wastes covered by a technology standard, the wastes may be land disposed after being treated using that specified technology or an equivalent treatment technology approved by the Administrator under the procedures set forth in § 268.42(b).

(c) When wastes with differing treatment standards for a constituent of concern are combined for purposes of treatment, the treatment residue must meet the lowest treatment standard for the constituent of concern.

(d) Notwithstanding the prohibitions specified in paragraph (a) of this section, treatment and disposal facilities may demonstrate (and certify pursuant to 40 CFR 268.7(b)(5)) compliance with the treatment standards for organic constituents specified by a footnote in the table “Treatment Standards for Hazardous Wastes” in this section, provided the following conditions are satisfied:

(1) The treatment standards for the organic constituents were established based on incineration in units operated in accordance with the technical requirements of 40 CFR part 264, subpart O, or based on combustion in fuel substitution units operating in accordance with applicable technical requirements;

(2) The treatment or disposal facility has used the methods referenced in paragraph (d)(1) of this section to treat the organic constituents; and

(3) The treatment or disposal facility may demonstrate compliance with organic constituents if good-faith analytical efforts achieve detection limits for the regulated organic constituents that do not exceed the treatment standards specified in this section by an order of magnitude.

(e) For characteristic wastes (D001-D043) that are subject to treatment standards in the following table “Treatment Standards for Hazardous Wastes,” and are not managed in a wastewater treatment system that is regulated under the Clean Water Act (CWA), that is CWA-equivalent, or that is injected into a Class I nonhazardous deep injection well, all underlying hazardous constituents (as defined in § 268.2(i)) must meet Universal Treatment Standards, found in § 268.48, Table Universal Treatment Standards, prior to land disposal as defined in § 268.2(c) of this part.

(f) The treatment standards for F001-F005 nonwastewater constituents carbon disulfide, cyclohexanone, and/or methanol apply to wastes which contain only one, two, or three of these constituents. Compliance is measured for these constituents in the waste extract from test Method 1311, the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure found in “Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods”, EPA Publication SW-846, as incorporated by reference in § 260.11. If the waste contains any of these three constituents along with any of the other 25 constituents found in F001-F005, then compliance with treatment standards for carbon disulfide, cyclohexanone, and/or methanol are not required.

(g) Between August 26, 1996 and March 4, 1999 the treatment standards for the wastes specified in 40 CFR 261.32 as EPA Hazardous Waste numbers K156-K161; and in 40 CFR 261.33 as EPA Hazardous Waste numbers P127, P128, P185, P188-P192, P194, P196-P199, P201-P205, U271, U277-U280, U364-U367, U372, U373, U375-U379, U381-U387, U389-U396, U400-U404, U407, and U409-U411; and soil contaminated with these wastes; may be satisfied by either meeting the constituent concentrations presented in the table “Treatment Standards for Hazardous Wastes” in this section, or by treating the waste by the following technologies: combustion, as defined by the technology code CMBST at § 268.42 Table 1, for nonwastewaters; and, biodegradation as defined by the technology code BIODG, carbon adsorption as defined by the technology code CARBN, chemical oxidation as defined by the technology code CHOXD, or combustion as defined as technology code CMBST at § 268.42 Table 1, for wastewaters.

(h) Prohibited D004-D011 mixed radioactive wastes and mixed radioactive listed wastes containing metal constituents, that were previously treated by stabilization to the treatment standards in effect at that time and then put into storage, do not have to be re-treated to meet treatment standards in this section prior to land disposal.

(i) [Reserved]

(j) Effective September 4, 1998, the treatment standards for the wastes specified in 40 CFR 261.33 as EPA Hazardous Waste numbers P185, P191, P192, P197, U364, U394, and U395 may be satisfied by either meeting the constituent concentrations presented in the table “Treatment Standards for Hazardous Wastes” in this section, or by treating the waste by the following technologies: combustion, as defined by the technology code CMBST at § 268.42 Table 1 of this Part, for nonwastewaters; and, biodegradation as defined by the technology code BIODG, carbon adsorption as defined by the technology code CARBN, chemical oxidation as defined by the technology code CHOXD, or combustion as defined as technology code CMBST at § 268.42 Table 1 of this Part, for wastewaters.

Treatment Standards For Hazardous Wastes

[Note: NA means not applicable]

Waste
code
Waste description and treatment/Regulatory subcategory1 Regulated hazardous constituent Wastewaters Nonwastewaters
Common name CAS2
number
Concentration3 in mg/L; or Technology Code4 Concentration5 in mg/kg unless noted as
“mg/L TCLP”; or
Technology Code4
D0019 Ignitable Characteristic Wastes, except for the § 261.21(a)(1) High TOC Subcategory. NA NA DEACT and meet § 268.48 standards8; or RORGS; or CMBST DEACT and meet § 268.48 standards8; or RORGS; or CMBST
High TOC Ignitable Characteristic Liquids Subcategory based on 40 CFR 261.21(a)(1) - Greater than or equal to 10% total organic carbon. (Note: This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only.) NA NA NA RORGS; CMBST; or POLYM
D0029 Corrosive Characteristic Wastes. NA NA DEACT and meet § 268.48 standards8 DEACT and meet § 268.48 standards8
D002, D004, D005, D006, D007, D008, D009, D010, D011 Radioactive high level wastes generated during the reprocessing of fuel rods. (Note: This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only.) Corrosivity (pH)
Arsenic
Barium
Cadmium
Chromium (Total)
Lead
Mercury
Selenium
Silver
NA
7440-38-2
7440-39-3
7440-43-9
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
7439-97-6
7782-49-2
7440-22-4
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
HLVIT
HLVIT
HLVIT
HLVIT
HLVIT
HLVIT
HLVIT
HLVIT
HLVIT
D0039 Reactive Sulfides Subcategory based on 261.23(a)(5). NA NA DEACT DEACT
Explosives Subcategory based on 261.23(a)(6),(7), and (8). NA NA DEACT and meet § 268.48 standards8 DEACT and meet § 268.48 standards8
Unexploded ordnance and other explosive devices which have been the subject of an emergency response. NA NA DEACT DEACT
Other Reactives Subcategory based on 261.23(a)(1). NA NA DEACT and meet § 268.48 standards8 DEACT and meet § 268.48 standards8
Water Reactive Subcategory based on 261.23(a)(2), (3), and (4). (Note: This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only). NA NA NA DEACT and meet § 268.48 standards8
Reactive Cyanides Subcategory based on 261.23(a)(5). Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 Reserved 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
D0049 Wastes that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for arsenic based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846. Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 and meet § 268.48 standards8 5.0 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0059 Wastes that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for barium based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846. Barium 7440-39-3 1.2 and meet § 268.48 standards8 21 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0069 Wastes that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for cadmium based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846. Cadmium 7440-43-9 0.69 and meet § 268.48 standards8 0.11 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8
Cadmium Containing Batteries Subcategory. (Note: This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only). Cadmium 7440-43-9 NA RTHRM
Radioactively contaminated cadmium containing batteries. (Note: This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only) Cadmium 7440-43-9 NA Macroencapsulation in accordance with 40 CFR 268.45.
D0079 Wastes that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for chromium based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846. Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 and meet § 268.48 standards8 0.60 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0089 Wastes that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for lead based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846. Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 and meet § 268.48 standards8 0.75 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8
Lead Acid Batteries Subcategory (Note: This standard only applies to lead acid batteries that are identified as RCRA hazardous wastes and that are not excluded elsewhere from regulation under the land disposal restrictions of 40 CFR 268 or exempted under other EPA regulations (see 40 CFR 266.80). This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only.) Lead 7439-92-1 NA RLEAD
Radioactive Lead Solids Subcategory (Note: These lead solids include, but are not limited to, all forms of lead shielding and other elemental forms of lead. These lead solids do not include treatment residuals such as hydroxide sludges, other wastewater treatment residuals, or incinerator ashes that can undergo conventional pozzolanic stabilization, nor do they include organo-lead materials that can be incinerated and stabilized as ash. This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only.) Lead 7439-92-1 NA MACRO
D0099 Nonwastewaters that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for mercury based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846; and contain greater than or equal to 260 mg/kg total mercury that also contain organics and are not incinerator residues. (High Mercury-Organic Subcategory) Mercury 7439-97-6 NA IMERC; OR RMERC
Nonwastewaters that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for mercury based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846; and contain greater than or equal to 260 mg/kg total mercury that are inorganic, including incinerator residues and residues from RMERC. (High Mercury-Inorganic Subcategory) Mercury 7439-97-6 NA RMERC
Nonwastewaters that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for mercury based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846; and contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury and that are residues from RMERC only. (Low Mercury Subcategory) Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.20 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8
All other nonwastewaters that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for mercury based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846; and contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury and that are not residues from RMERC. (Low Mercury Subcategory) Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.025 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8
All D009 wastewaters. Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8 NA
Elemental mercury contaminated with radioactive materials. (Note: This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only.) Mercury 7439-97-6 NA AMLGM
Hydraulic oil contaminated with Mercury Radioactive Materials Subcategory. (Note: This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only.) Mercury 7439-97-6 NA IMERC
Radioactively contaminated mercury containing batteries. (Note: This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only) Mercury 7439-97-6 NA Macroencapsulation in accordance with 40 CFR 268.45.
D0109 Wastes that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for selenium based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846. Selenium 7782-49-2 0.82 and meet § 268.48 standards8 5.7 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0119 Wastes that exhibit, or are expected to exhibit, the characteristic of toxicity for silver based on the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) in SW846. Silver 7440-22-4 0.43 and meet § 268.48 standards8 0.14 mg/L TCLP and meet § 268.48 standards8
Radioactively contaminated silver containing batteries. Note: This subcategory consists of nonwastewaters only) Silver 7440-22-4 NA Macroencapsulation in accordance with 40 CFR 268.45.
D0129 Wastes that are TC for Endrin based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Endrin 72-20-8 BIODG; or CMBST 0.13 and meet § 268.48 standards8
Endrin aldehyde 7421-93-4 BIODG; or CMBST 0.13 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0139 Wastes that are TC for Lindane based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. alpha-BHC 319-84-6 CARBN; or CMBST 0.066 and meet § 268.48 standards8
beta-BHC 319-85-7 CARBN; or CMBST 0.066 and meet § 268.48 standards8
delta-BHC 319-86-8 CARBN; or CMBST 0.066 and meet § 268.48 standards8
gamma-BHC (Lindane) 58-89-9 CARBN; or CMBST 0.066 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0149 Wastes that are TC for Methoxychlor based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Methoxychlor 72-43-5 WETOX or CMBST 0.18 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0159 Wastes that are TC for Toxaphene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Toxaphene 8001-35-2 BIODG or CMBST 2.6 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0169 Wastes that are TC for 2,4-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. 2,4,-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) 94-75-7 CHOXD, BIODG, or CMBST 10 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0179 Wastes that are TC for 2,4,5-TP (Silvex) based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. 2,4,5-TP (Silvex) 93-72-1 CHOXD or CMBST 7.9 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0189 Wastes that are TC for Benzene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 and meet § 268.48 standards8 10 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0199 Wastes that are TC for Carbon tetrachloride based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 0.057 and meet § 268.48 standards8 6.0 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0209 Wastes that are TC for Chlordane based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Chlordane (alpha and gamma isomers) 57-74-9 0.0033 and meet § 268.48 standards8 0.26 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0219 Wastes that are TC for Chlorobenzene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Chlorobenzene 108-90-7 0.057 and meet § 268.48 standards8 6.0 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0229 Wastes that are TC for Chloroform based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 and meet § 268.48 standards8 6.0 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0239 Wastes that are TC for o-Cresol based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. o-Cresol 95-48-7 0.11 and meet § 268.48 standards8 5.6 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0249 Wastes that are TC for m-Cresol based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. m-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from p-cresol) 108-39-4 0.77 and meet § 268.48 standards8 5.6 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0259 Wastes that are TC for p-Cresol based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. p-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from m-cresol) 106-44-5 0.77 and meet § 268.48 standards8 5.6 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0269 Wastes that are TC for Cresols (Total) based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Cresol-mixed isomers (Cresylic acid) (sum of o-, m-, and p-cresol concentrations) 1319-77-3 0.88 and meet § 268.48 standards8 11.2 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0279 Wastes that are TC for p-Dichlorobenzene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. p-Dichlorobenzene (1,4-Dichlorobenzene) 106-46-7 0.090 and meet § 268.48 standards8 6.0 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0289 Wastes that are TC for 1,2-Dichloroethane based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. 1,2-Dichloroethane 107-06-2 0.21 and meet § 268.48 standards8 6.0 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0299 Wastes that are TC for 1,1-Dichloroethylene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. 1,1-Dichloroethylene 75-35-4 0.025 and meet § 268.48 standards8 6.0 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0309 Wastes that are TC for 2,4-Dinitrotoluene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121-14-2 0.32 and meet § 268.48 standards8 140 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0319 Wastes that are TC for Heptachlor based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Heptachlor 76-44-8 0.0012 and meet § 268.48 standards8 0.066 and meet § 268.48 standards8
Heptachlor epoxide 1024-57-3 0.016 and meet § 268.48 standards8 0.066 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0329 Wastes that are TC for Hexachlorobenzene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Hexachlorobenzene 118-74-1 0.055 and meet § 268.48 standards8 10 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0339 Wastes that are TC for Hexachlorobutadiene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Hexachlorobutadiene 87-68-3 0.055 and meet § 268.48 standards8 5.6 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0349 Wastes that are TC for Hexachloroethane based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 0.055 and meet § 268.48 standards8 30 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0359 Wastes that are TC for Methyl ethyl ketone based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Methyl ethyl ketone 78-93-3 0.28 and meet § 268.48 standards8 36 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0369 Wastes that are TC for Nitrobenzene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.068 and meet § 268.48 standards8 14 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0379 Wastes that are TC for Pentachlorophenol based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Pentachlorophenol 87-86-5 0.089 and meet § 268.48 standards8 7.4 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0389 Wastes that are TC for Pyridine based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Pyridine 110-86-1 0.014 and meet § 268.48 standards8 16 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0399 Wastes that are TC for Tetrachloroethylene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 and meet § 268.48 standards8 6.0 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0409 Wastes that are TC for Trichloroethylene based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Trichloroethylene 79-01-6 0.054 and meet § 268.48 standards8 6.0 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0419 Wastes that are TC for 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95-95-4 0.18 and meet § 268.48 standards8 7.4 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0429 Wastes that are TC for 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88-06-2 0.035 and meet § 268.48 standards8 7.4 and meet § 268.48 standards8
D0439 Wastes that are TC for Vinyl chloride based on the TCLP in SW846 Method 1311. Vinyl chloride 75-01-4 0.27 and meet § 268.48 standards8 6.0 and meet § 268.48 standards8
F001, F002, F003, F004, & F005 F001, F002, F003, F004 and/or F005 solvent wastes that contain any combination of one or more of the following spent solvents: acetone, benzene, n-butyl alcohol, carbon disulfide, carbon tetrachloride, chlorinated fluorocarbons, chlorobenzene, o-cresol, m-cresol, p-cresol, cyclohexanone, o-dichlorobenzene, 2-ethoxyethanol, ethyl acetate, ethyl benzene, ethyl ether, isobutyl alcohol, methanol, methylene chloride, methyl ethyl ketone, methyl isobutyl ketone, nitrobenzene, 2-nitropropane, pyridine, tetrachloroethylene, toluene, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, 1,1,2-trichloroethane, 1,1,2-trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane, trichloroethylene, trichlorofluoromethane, and/or xylenes [except as specifically noted in other subcategories]. See further details of these listings in § 261.31. Acetone
Benzene
n-Buthyl alcohol
Carbon disulfide
Carbon tetrachloride
Chlorobenzene
o-Cresol
m-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from p-cresol)
p-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from m-cresol)
Cresol-mixed isomers (Cresylic acid) (sum of o-, m-, and p-cresol concentrations)
67-64-1
71-43-2
71-36-3
75-15-0
56-23-5
108-90-7
95-48-7
108-39-4

106-44-5

1319-77-3

0.28
0.14
5.6
3.8
0.057
0.057
0.11
0.77

0.77

0.88

160
10
2.6
NA
6.0
6.0
5.6
5.6

5.6

11.2
Cyclohexanone 108-94-1 0.36 NA
o-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 0.088 6.0
Ethyl acetate 141-78-6 0.34 33
Ethyl benzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Ethyl ether 60-29-7 0.12 160
Isobutyl alcohol 78-83-1 5.6 170
Methanol 67-56-1 5.6 NA
Methylene chloride 75-9-2 0.089 30
Methyl ethyl ketone 78-93-3 0.28 36
Methyl isobutyl ketone 108-10-1 0.14 33
Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.068 14
Pyridine 110-86-1 0.014 16
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79-00-5 0.054 6.0
1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 76-13-1 0.057 30
Trichloroethylene 79-01-6 0.054 6.0
Trichlorofluoromethane 75-69-4 0.020 30
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
F003 and/or F005 solvent wastes that contain any combination of one or more of the following three solvents as the only listed F001-5 solvents: carbon disulfide, cyclohexanone, and/or methanol. (formerly 268.41(c)) Carbon disulfide
Cyclohexanone
Methanol
75-15-0
108-94-1
67-56-1
3.8
0.36
5.6
4.8 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
F005 solvent waste containing 2-Nitropropane as the only listed F001-5 solvent. 2-Nitropropane 79-46-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
F005 solvent waste containing 2-Ethoxyethanol as the only listed F001-5 solvent. 2-Ethoxyethanol 110-80-5 BIODG; or CMBST CMBST
F006 Wastewater treatment sludges from electroplating operations except from the following processes: (1) Sulfuric acid anodizing of aluminum; (2) tin plating on carbon steel; (3) zinc plating (segregated basis) on carbon steel; (4) aluminum or zinc-aluminum plating on carbon steel; (5) cleaning/stripping associated with tin, zinc and aluminum plating on carbon steel; and (6) chemical etching and milling of aluminum. Cadmium
Chromium (Total)
Cyanides (Total)7
Cyanides (Amenable)7
Lead
Nickel
Silver
7440-43-9
7440-47-3
57-12-5
57-12-5
7439-92-1
7440-02-0
7440-22-4
0.69
2.77
1.2
0.86
0.69
3.98
NA
0.11 mg/L TCLP
0.60 mg/L TCLP
590
30
0.75 mg/L TCLP
11 mg/L TCLP
0.14 mg/L TCLP
F007 Spent cyanide plating bath solutions from electroplating operations. Cadmium
Chromium (Total)
7440-43-9
7440-47-3
NA
2.77
0.11 mg/L TCLP
0.60 mg/L TCLP
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
Silver 7440-22-4 NA 0.14 mg/L TCLP
F008 Plating bath residues from the bottom of plating baths from electroplating operations where cyanides are used in the process. Cadmium
Chromium (Total)
Cyanides (Total)7
7440-43-9
7440-47-3
57-12-5
NA
2.77
1.2
0.11 mg/L TCLP
0.60 mg/L TCLP
590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
Silver 7440-22-4 NA 0.14 mg/L TCLP
F009 Spent stripping and cleaning bath solutions from electroplating operations where cyanides are used in the process. Cadmium
Chromium (Total)
7440-43-9
7440-47-3
NA
2.77
0.11 mg/L TCLP
0.60 mg/L TCLP
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
Silver 7440-22-4 NA 0.14 mg/L TCLP
F010 Quenching bath residues from oil baths from metal heat treating operations where cyanides are used in the process. Cyanides (Total)7
Cyanides (Amenable)7
57-12-5
57-12-5
1.2
0.86
590
NA
F011 Spent cyanide solutions from salt bath pot cleaning from metal heat treating operations. Cadmium
Chromium (Total)
7440-43-9
7440-47-3
NA
2.77
0.11 mg/L TCLP
0.60 mg/L TCLP
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
Silver 7440-22-4 NA 0.14 mg/L TCLP
F012 Quenching wastewater treatment sludges from metal heat treating operations where cyanides are used in the process. Cadmium
Chromium (Total)
7440-43-9
7440-47-3
NA
2.77
0.11 mg/L TCLP
0.60 mg/L TCLP
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
Silver 7440-22-4 NA 0.14 mg/L TCLP
F019 Wastewater treatment sludges from the chemical conversion coating of aluminum except from zirconium phosphating in aluminum can washing when such phosphating is an exclusive conversion coating process. Chromium (Total)
Cyanides (Total)7
Cyanides (Amendable)7
7440-47-3
57-12-5
57-12-5
2.77
1.2
0.86
0.60 mg/L TCLP
590
30
F020, F021, F022, F023, F026 Wastes (except wastewater and spent carbon from hydrogen chloride purification) from the production or manufacturing use (as a reactant, chemical intermediate, or component in a formulating process) of: (1) tri- or tetrachlorophenol, or of intermediates used to produce their pesticide derivatives, excluding wastes from the production of Hexachlorophene from highly purified, 2,4,5-trichlorophenol (F020); (2) pentachlorophenol, or of intermediates used to produce its derivatives (i.e., F021); (3) tetra-, penta-, or hexachlorobenzenes under alkaline conditions (i.e., F022); and from the production of materials on equipment previously used for the production or manufacturing use (as a reactant, chemical intermediate, or component in a formulating process) of: (1) tri- or tetrachlorophenols, excluding wastes from equipment used only for the production of Hexachlorophene from highly purified 2,4,5-trichlorophenol (F023); (2) tetra- penta, or hexachlorobenzenes under alkaline conditions (i.e., F026). HxCDDs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins)
Hx CDFs (All Hexachlorodibenzofurans)
PeCDDs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins)
PeCDFs (All Pentachlorodibenzofurans)
Pentachlorophenol
TCDDs (All Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins)
TCDFs (All Tetrachlorodibenzofurans)
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
2,4-6-Trichlorophenol
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol
NA

NA

NA

NA

87-86-5
NA

NA

95-95-4
88-06-2
58-90-2
0.000063

0.000063

0.000063

0.000035

0.089
0.000063

0.000063

0.18
0.035
0.030
0.001

0.001

0.001

0.001

7.4
0.001

0.001

7.4
7.4
7.4
F024 Process wastes, including but not limited to, distillation residues, heavy ends, tars, and reactor clean-out wastes, from the production of certain chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons by free radical catalyzed processes. These chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons are those having carbon chain lengths ranging from one to and including five, with varying amounts and positions of chlorine substitution. (This listing does not include wastewaters, wastewater treatment sludges, spent catalysts, and wastes listed in § 261.31 or § 261.32). All F024 wastes
2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene
3-Chloropropylene
1,1-Dichloroethane
1,2-Dichloroethane
1,2-Dichloropropane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
trans-1-3-Dichloropropylene
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate
Hexachloroethane
Chromium (Total)
Nickel
NA
126-99-8
107-05-1
75-34-3
107-06-2
78-87-5
10061-01-5
10061-02-6
117-81-7
67-72-1
7440-47-3
7440-02-0
CMBST11
0.057
0.036
0.059
0.21
0.85
0.036
0.036
0.28
0.055
2.77
3.98
CMBST11
0.28
30
6.0
6.0
18
18
18
28
30
0.60 mg/L TCLP
11 mg/L TCLP
F025 Condensed light ends from the production of certain chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons, by free radical catalyzed processes. These chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons are those having carbon chain lengths ranging from one to and including five, with varying amounts and positions of chlorine substitution. F025 - Light Ends Subcategory Carbon tetrachloride
Chloroform
1,2-Dichloroethane
1,1-Dichloroethylene
Methylene chloride
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Trichloroethylene
Vinyl chloride
56-23-5
67-66-3
107-06-2
75-35-4
75-9-2
79-00-5
79-01-6
75-01-4
0.057
0.046
0.21
0.025
0.089
0.054
0.054
0.27
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
30
6.0
6.0
6.0
Spent filters and filter aids, and spent desiccant wastes from the production of certain chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons, by free radical catalyzed processes. These chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons are those having carbon chain lengths ranging from one to and including five, with varying amounts and positions of chlorine substitution. F025 - Spent Filters/Aids and Desiccants Subcategory Carbon tetrachloride
Chloroform
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachloroethane
Methylene chloride
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Trichloroethylene
Vinyl chloride
56-23-5
67-66-3
118-74-1
87-68-3
67-72-1
75-9-2
79-00-5
79-01-6
75-01-4
0.057
0.046
0.055
0.055
0.055
0.089
0.054
0.054
0.27
6.0
6.0
10
5.6
30
30
6.0
6.0
6.0
F027 Discarded unused formulations containing tri-, tetra-, or pentachlorophenol or discarded unused formulations containing compounds derived from these chlorophenols. (This listing does not include formulations containing hexachlorophene synthesized from prepurified 2,4,5-trichlorophenol as the sole component.) HxCDDs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins)
HxCDFs (All Hexachlorodibenzofurans)
PeCDDs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins)
PeCDFs (All Pentachlorodibenzofurans)
Pentachlorophenol
TCDDs (All Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins)
TCDFs (All Tetrachlorodibenzofurans)
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol
NA

NA

NA

NA

87-86-5
NA

NA

95-95-4
88-06-2
58-90-2
0.000063

0.000063

0.000063

0.000035

0.089

0.000063

0.000063
0.18
0.035
0.030
0.001

0.001

0.001

0.001

7.4

0.001

0.001
7.4
7.4
7.4
F028 Residues resulting from the incineration or thermal treatment of soil contaminated with EPA Hazardous Wastes Nos. F020, F021, F023, F026, and F027. HxCDDs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins)
HxCDFs (All Hexachlorodibenzofurans)
PeCDDs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins)
NA

NA

NA
0.000063

0.000063

0.000063
0.001

0.001

0.001
PeCDFs (All Pentachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000035 0.001
Pentachlorophenol 87-86-5 0.089 7.4
TCDDs (All Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
TCDFs (All Tetrachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000063 0.001
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95-95-4 0.18 7.4
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88-06-2 0.035 7.4
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol 58-90-2 0.030 7.4
F032 Wastewaters (except those that have not come into contact with process contaminants), process residuals, preservative drippage, and spent formulations from wood preserving processes generated at plants that currently use or have previously used chlorophenolic formulations (except potentially cross-contaminated wastes that have had the F032 waste code deleted in accordance with § 261.35 of this chapter or potentially cross-contaminated wastes that are otherwise currently regulated as hazardous wastes (i.e., F034 or F035), and where the generator does not resume or initiate use of chlorophenolic formulations). This listing does not include K001 bottom sediment sludge from the treatment of wastewater from wood preserving processes that use creosote and/or penta-chlorophenol. Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benz(a)anthracene
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene)
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene)
Benzo(a)pyrene
Chrysene
Dibenz(a,h) anthracene
2-4-Dimethyl phenol
Fluorene
Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins

Hexachlorodibenzofurans
83-32-9
120-12-7
56-55-3
205-99-2


207-08-9

50-32-8

218-01-9
53-70-3
105-67-9
86-73-7
NA

NA
0.059
0.059
0.059
0.11

0.11


0.061

0.059
0.055
0.036
0.059
0.000063, or CMBST11
0.000063, or CMBST11
3.4
3.4
3.4
6.8


6.8

3.4

3.4
8.2
14
3.4
0.001, or CMBST11
0.001, or CMBST11
Indeno (1,2,3-c,d) pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins NA 0.000063, or CMBST11 0.001, or CMBST11
Pentachlorodibenzofurans NA 0.00035, or CMBST11 0.001, or CMBST11
Pentachlorophenol 87-86-5 0.089 7.4
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins NA 0.000063, or CMBST11 0.001, or CMBST11
Tetrachlorodibenzofurans NA 0.000063, or CMBST11 0.001, or CMBST11
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol 58-90-2 0.030 7.4
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88-06-2 0.035 7.4
Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
F034 Wasteswaters (except those that have not come into contact with process contaminants), process residuals, preservative drippage, and spent formulations from wood preserving processes generated at plants that use creosote formulations. This listing does not include K001 bottom sediment sludge from the treatment of wastewater from wood preserving processes that use creosote and/or pentachlorophenol. Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benz(a)anthracene
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene)
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene)
Benzo(a)pyrene
83-32-9
120-12-7
56-55-3
205-99-2


207-08-9


50-32-8
0.059
0.059
0.059
0.11


0.11

0.061
3.4
3.4
3.4
6.8

6.8

3.4
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Fluorene 86-73-7 0.059 3.4
Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
F035 Wastewaters (except those that have not come into contact with process contaminants), process residuals, preservative drippage, and spent formulations from wood preserving processes generated at plants that use inorganic preservatives containing arsenic or chromium. This listing does not include K001 bottom sediment sludge from the treatment of wastewater from wood preserving processes that use creosote and/or pentachlorophenol. Arsenic
Chromium (Total)
7440-38-2
7440-47-3
1.4
2.77
5.0 mg/L TCLP
0.60 mg/L TCLP
F037 Petroleum refinery primary oil/water/solids separation sludge - Any sludge generated from the gravitational separation of oil/water/solids during the storage or treatment of process wastewaters and oily cooling wastewaters from petroleum refineries. Such sludges include, but are not limited to, those generated in: oil/water/solids separators; tanks and impoundments; ditches and other conveyances; sumps; and stormwater units receiving dry weather flow. Sludge generated in stormwater units that do not receive dry weather flow, sludges generated from non-contact once-through cooling waters segregated for treatment from other process or oily cooling waters, sludges generated in aggressive biological treatment units as defined in § 261.31(b)(2) (including sludges generated in one or more additional units after wastewaters have been treated in aggressive biological treatment units) and K051 wastes are not included in this listing. Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzene
Benz(a)anthracene
Benzo(a)pyrene
bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate
Chrysene
Di-n-butyl phthalate
Ethylbenzene
Fluorene
Naphthalene
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Pyrene
Toluene
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o, m-, and p-xylene concentrations)
83-32-9
120-12-7
71-43-2
56-55-3
50-32-8
117-81-7
218-01-9
84-74-2
100-41-4
86-73-7
91-20-3
85-01-8
108-95-2
129-00-0
108-88-3
1330-20-7
0.059
0.059
0.14
0.059
0.061
0.28
0.059
0.057
0.057
0.059
0.059
0.059
0.039
0.067
0.080
0.32
NA
3.4
10
3.4
3.4
28
3.4
28
10
NA
5.6
5.6
6.2
8.2
10
30
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 NA
Nickel 7440-02-0 NA 11 mg/L TCLP
F038 Petroleum refinery secondary (emulsified) oil/water/solids separation sludge and/or float generated from the physical and/or chemical separation of oil/water/solids in process wastewaters and oily cooling wastewaters from petroleum refineries. Such wastes include, but are not limited to, all sludges and floats generated in: induced air floatation (IAF) units, tanks and impoundments, and all sludges generated in DAF units. Sludges generated in stormwater units that do not receive dry weather flow, sludges generated from non-contact once-through cooling waters segregated for treatment from other process or oily cooling waters, sludges and floats generated in aggressive biological treatment units as defined in § 261.31(b)(2) (including sludges and floats generated in one or more additional units after wastewaters have been treated in aggressive biological units) and F037, K048, and K051 are not included in this listing. Benzene
Benzo(a)pyrene
bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate
Chrysene
Di-n-butyl phthalate
Ethylbenzene
Fluorene
Naphthalene
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Pyrene
Toluene
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o, m-, and p-xylene concentrations)
Chromium (Total)
Cyanides (Total)7
Lead
71-43-2
50-32-8
117-81-7
218-01-9
84-74-2
100-41-4
86-73-7
91-20-3
85-01-8
108-95-2
129-00-0
108-88-3
1330-20-7

7440-47-3
57-12-5
7439-92-1
0.14
0.061
0.28
0.059
0.057
0.057
0.059
0.059
0.059
0.039
0.067
0.080
0.32

2.77
1.2
0.69
10
3.4
28
3.4
28
10
NA
5.6
5.6
6.2
8.2
10
30

0.60 mg/L TCLP
590
NA
Nickel 7440-02-0 NA 11 mg/L TCLP
F039 Leachate (liquids that have percolated through land disposed wastes) resulting from the disposal of more than one restricted waste classified as hazardous under subpart D of this part. (Leachate resulting from the disposal of one or more of the following EPA Hazardous Wastes and no other Hazardous Wastes retains its EPA Hazardous Waste Number(s): F020, F021, F022, F026, F027, and/or F028.) Acenaphthylene
Acenaphthene
Acetone
Acetonitrile
Acetophenone
2-Acetylaminofluorene
Acrolein
208-96-8
83-32-9
67-64-1
75-05-8
96-86-2
53-96-3
107-02-8
0.059
0.059
0.28
5.6
0.010
0.059
0.29
3,4
3.4
160
NA
9.7
140
NA
Acrylonitrile 107-13-1 0.24 84
Aldrin 309-00-2 0.021 0.066
4-Aminobiphenyl 92-67-1 0.13 NA
Aniline 62-53-3 0.81 14
o-Anisidine (2-methoxyaniline) 90-04-0 0.010 0.66
Anthracene 120-12-7 0.059 3.4
Aramite 140-57-8 0.36 NA
alpha-BHC 319-84-6 0.00014 0.066
beta-BHC 319-85-7 0.00014 0.066
delta-BHC 319-86-8 0.023 0.066
gamma-BHC 58-89-9 0.0017 0.066
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Benz(a)anthracene 56-55-3 0.059 3.4
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene) 205-99-2 0.11 6.8
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene) 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 191-24-2 0.0055 1.8
Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
Bromodichloromethane 75-27-4 0.35 15
Methyl bromide (Bromomethane) 74-83-9 0.11 15
4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 101-55-3 0.055 15
n-Butyl alcohol 71-36-3 5.6 2.6
Butyl benzyl phthalate 85-68-7 0.017 28
2-sec-Buty-4,6-dinitrophenol (Dinoseb) 88-85-7 0.066 2.5
Carbon disulfide 75-15-0 3.8 NA
Carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 0.057 6.0
Chlordane (alpha and gamma isomers) 57-74-9 0.0033 0.26
p-Chloroaniline 106-47-8 0.46 16
Chlorobenzene 108-90-7 0.057 6.0
Chlorobenzilate 510-15-6 0.10 NA
2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene 126-99-8 0.057 NA
Chlorodibromomethane 124-48-1 0.057 15
Chloroethane 75-00-3 0.27 6.0
bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane 111-91-1 0.036 7.2
bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 111-44-4 0.033 6.0
Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 6.0
bis(2-Chloroisopropyl)ether 39638-32-9 0.055 7.2
p-Chloro-m-cresol 59-50-7 0.018 14
Chloromethane (Methyl chloride) 74-87-3 0.19 30
2-Chloronaphthalene 91-58-7 0.055 5.6
2-Chlorophenol 95-57-8 0.044 5.7
3-Chloropropylene 107-05-1 0.036 30
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
o-Cresol 95-48-7 0.11 5.6
p-Cresidine 120-71-8 0.010 0.66
m-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from p-cresol) 108-39-4 0.77 5.6
p-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from m-cresol) 106-44-5 0.77 5.6
Cyclohexanone 108-94-1 0.36 NA
1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 96-12-8 0.11 15
Ethylene dibromide (1,2-Dibromoethane) 106-93-4 0.028 15
Dibromomethane 74-95-3 0.11 15
2,4-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) 94-75-7 0.72 10
o,p′-DD 53-19-0 0.023 0.087
p,p′-DDD 72-54-8 0.023 0.087
o,p′-DDE 3424-82-6 0.031 0.087
p,p′-DDE 72-55-9 0.031 0.087
o,p′-DDT 789-02-6 0.0039 0.087
p,p′-DDT 50-29-3 0.0039 0.087
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Dibenz(a,e)pyrene 192-65-4 0.061 NA
m-Dichlorobenzene 541-73-1 0.036 6.0
o-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 0.088 6.0
p-Dichlorobenzene 106-46-7 0.090 6.0
Dichlorodifluoromethane 75-71-8 0.23 7.2
1,1-Dichloroethane 75-34-3 0.059 6.0
1,2-Dichloroethane 107-06-2 0.21 6.0
1,1-Dichloroethylene 75-35-4 0.025 6.0
trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156-60-5 0.054 30
2,4-Dichlorophenol 120-83-2 0.044 14
2,6-Dichlorophenol 87-65-0 0.044 14
1,2-Dichloropropane 78-87-5 0.85 18
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene 10061-01-5 0.036 18
trans-1,3-Dichloropropylene 10061-02-6 0.036 18
Dieldrin 60-57-1 0.017 0.13
Diethyl phthalate 84-66-2 0.20 28
2,4-Dimethylaniline (2,4-xylidine) 95-68-1 0.010 0.66
2-4-Dimethyl phenol 105-67-9 0.036 14
Dimethyl phthalate 131-11-3 0.047 28
Di-n-butyl phthalate 84-74-2 0.057 28
1,4-Dinitrobenzene 100-25-4 0.32 2.3
4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol 534-52-1 0.28 160
2,4-Dinitrophenol 51-28-5 0.12 160
2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121-14-2 0.32 140
2,6-Dinitrotoluene 606-20-2 0.55 28
Di-n-octyl phthalate 117-84-0 0.017 28
Di-n-propylnitrosamine 621-64-7 0.40 14
1,4-Dioxane 123-91-1 12.0 170
Diphenylamine (difficult to distinguish from diphenylnitrosamine) 122-39-4 0.92 NA
Diphenylnitrosamine (difficult to distinguish from diphenylamine) 86-30-6 0.92 NA
1,2-Diphenylhydrazine 122-66-7 0.087 NA
Disulfoton 298-04-4 0.017 6.2
Endosulfan I 939-98-8 0.023 0.066
Endosulfan II 33213-6-5 0.029 0.13
Endosulfan sulfate 1031-07-8 0.029 0.13
Endrin 72-20-8 0.0028 0.13
Endrin aldehyde 7421-93-4 0.025 0.13
Ethyl acetate 141-78-6 0.34 33
Ethyl cyanide (Propanenitrile) 107-12-0 0.24 360
Ethyl benzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Ethyl ether 60-29-7 0.12 160
bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate 117-81-7 0.28 28
Ethyl methacrylate 97-63-2 0.14 160
Ethylene oxide 75-21-8 0.12 NA
Famphur 52-85-7 0.017 15
Fluoranthene 206-44-0 0.068 3.4
Fluorene 86-73-7 0.059 3.4
Heptachlor 76-44-8 0.0012 0.066
Heptachlor epoxide 1024-57-3 0.016 0.066
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD) 35822-46-9 0.000035 0.0025
1, 2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzofuran (1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF) 67562-39-4 0.000035 0.0025
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-Heptachlorodibenzofuran (1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF) 55673-89-7 0.000035 0.0025
Hexachlorobenzene 118-74-1 0.055 10
Hexachlorobutadiene 87-68-3 0.055 5.6
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77-47-4 0.057 2.4
HxCDDs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
HxCDFs (All Hexachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000063 0.001
Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 0.055 30
Hexachloropropylene 1888-71-7 0.035 30
Indeno (1,2,3-c,d) pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
Indomethane 74-88-4 0.019 65
Isobutyl alcohol 78-83-1 5.6 170
Isodrin 465-73-6 0.021 0.066
Isosafrole 120-58-1 0.081 2.6
Kepone 143-50-8 0.0011 0.13
Methacylonitrile 126-98-7 0.24 84
Methanol 67-56-1 5.6 NA
Methapyrilene 91-80-5 0.081 1.5
Methoxychlor 72-43-5 0.25 0.18
3-Methylcholanthrene 56-49-5 0.0055 15
4,4-Methylene bis(2-chloroaniline) 101-14-4 0.50 30
Methylene chloride 75-09-2 0.089 30
Methyl ethyl ketone 78-93-3 0.28 36
Methyl isobutyl ketone 108-10-1 0.14 33
Methyl methacrylate 80-62-6 0.14 160
Methyl methanesulfonate 66-27-3 0.018 NA
Methyl parathion 298-00-0 0.014 4.6
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
2-Naphthylamine 91-59-8 0.52 NA
p-Nitroaniline 100-01-6 0.028 28
Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.068 14
5-Nitro-o-toluidine 99-55-8 0.32 28
p-Nitrophenol 100-02-7 0.12 29
N-Nitrosodiethylamine 55-18-5 0.40 28
N-Nitrosodimethylamine 62-75-9 0.40 NA
N-Nitroso-di-n-butylamine 924-16-3 0.40 17
N-Nitrosomethylethylamine 10595-95-6 0.40 2.3
N-Nitrosomorpholine 59-89-2 0.40 2.3
N-Nitrosopiperidine 100-75-4 0.013 35
N-Nitrosopyrrolidine 930-55-2 0.013 35
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-Octachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (OCDD) 3268-87-9 0.000063 0.005
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-Octachlorodibenzofuran (OCDF) 39001-02-0 0.000063 0.005
Parathion 56-38-2 0.014 4.6
Total PCBs (sum of all PCB isomers, or all Aroclors) 1336-36-3 0.10 10
Pentachlorobenzene 608-93-5 0.055 10
PeCDDs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
PeCDFs (All Pentachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000035 0.001
Pentachloronitrobenzene 82-68-8 0.055 4.8
Pentachlorophenol 87-86-5 0.089 7.4
Phenacetin 62-44-2 0.081 16
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
2,4-Dimethylaniline (2,4-xylidine) 108-45-2 0.010 0.66
Phorate 298-02-2 0.021 4.6
Phthalic anhydride 85-44-9 0.055 NA
Pronamide 23950-58-5 0.093 1.5
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Pyridine 110-86-1 0.014 16
Safrole 94-59-7 0.081 22
Silvex (2,4,5-TP) 93-72-1 0.72 7.9
2,4,5-T 93-76-5 0.72 7.9
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-3 0.055 14
TCDDs (All Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
TCDFs (All Tetrachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000063 0.001
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630-20-6 0.057 6.0
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79-34-6 0.057 6.0
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol 58-90-2 0.030 7.4
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
Toxaphene 8001-35-2 0.0095 2.6
Bromoform (Tribromomethane) 75-25-2 0.63 15
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 0.055 19
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79-00-5 0.054 6.0
Trichloroethylene 79-01-6 0.054 6.0
Trichlorofluoromethane 75-69-4 0.020 30
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95-95-4 0.18 7.4
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88-06-2 0.035 7.4
1,2,3-Trichloropropane 96-18-4 0.85 30
1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 76-13-1 0.057 30
tris(2,3-Dibromopropyl) phosphate 126-72-7 0.11 NA
Vinyl chloride 75-01-4 0.27 6.0
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Antimony 7440-36-0 1.9 1.15 mg/L TCLP
Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
Barium 7440-39-3 1.2 21 mg/L TCLP
Beryllium 7440-41-7 0.82 NA
Cadmium 7440-43-9 0.69 0.11 mg/L TCLP
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 NA
Fluoride 16984-48-8 35 NA
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 0.25 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
Selenium 7782-49-2 0.82 5.7 mg/L TCLP
Silver 7440-22-4 0.43 0.14 mg/L TCLP
Sulfide 8496-25-8 14 NA
Thallium 7440-28-0 1.4 NA
Vanadium 7440-62-2 4.3 NA
K001 Bottom sediment sludge from the treatment of wastewaters from wood preserving processes that use creosote and/or pentachlorophenol. Naphthalene
Pentachlorophenol
Phenanthrene
Pyrene
91-20-3
87-86-5
85-01-8
129-00-0
0.059
0.089
0.059
0.067
5.6
7.4
5.6
8.2
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
K002 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of chrome yellow and orange pigments. Chromium (Total)
Lead
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
2.77
0.69
0.60 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
K003 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of molybdate orange pigments. Chromium (Total)
Lead
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
2.77
0.69
0.60 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
K004 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of zinc yellow pigments. Chromium (Total)
Lead
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
2.77
0.69
0.60 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
K005 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of chrome green pigments. Chromium (Total)
Lead
Cyanides (Total)7
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
57-12-5
2.77
0.69
1.2
0.60 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
590
K006 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of chrome oxide green pigments (anhydrous). Chromium (Total)
Lead
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
2.77
0.69
0.60 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of chrome oxide green pigments (hydrated). Chromium (Total)
Lead
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
2.77
0.69
0.60 mg/L TCLP
NA
K007 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of iron blue pigments. Chromium (Total)
Lead
Cyanides (Total)7
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
57-12-5
2,77
0.69
1.2
0.60 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
590
K008 Oven residue from the production of chrome oxide green pigments. Chromium (Total)
Lead
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
2.77
0.69
0.60 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
K009 Distillation bottoms from the production of acetaldehyde from ethylene. Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 6.0
K010 Distillation side cuts from the production of acetaldehyde from ethylene. Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 6.0
K011 Bottom stream from the wastewater stripper in the production of acrylonitrile. Acetonitrile
Acrylonitrile
75-05-8
107-13-1
5.6
0.24
38
84
Acrylamide 79-06-1 19 23
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Cyanide (Total) 57-12-5 1.2 590
K013 Bottom stream from the acetonitrile column in the production of acrylonitrile. Acetonitrile
Acrylonitrile
75-05-8
107-13-1
5.6
0.24
38
84
Acrylamide 79-06-1 19 23
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Cyanide (Total) 57-12-5 1.2 590
K014 Bottoms from the acetonitrile purification column in the production of acrylonitrile. Acetonitrile
Acrylonitrile
75-05-8
107-13-1
5.6
0.24
38
84
Acrylamide 79-06-1 19 23
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Cyanide (Total) 57-12-5 1.2 590
K015 Still bottoms from the distillation of benzyl chloride. Anthracene
Benzal chloride
120-12-7
98-87-3
0.059
0.055
3.4
6.0
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene) 205-99-2 0.11 6.8
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene) 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
K016 Heavy ends or distillation residues from the production of carbon tetrachloride. Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
118-74-1
87-68-3
0.055
0.055
10
5.6
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77-47-4 0.057 2.4
Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 0.055 30
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
K017 Heavy ends (still bottoms) from the purification column in the production of epichlorohydrin. bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether
1,2-Dichloropropane
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
111-44-4
78-87-5
96-18-4
0.033
0.85
0.85
6.0
18
30
K018 Heavy ends from the fractionation column in ethyl chloride production. Chloroethane
Chloromethane
1,1-Dichloroethane
75-00-3
74-87-3
75-34-3
0.27
0.19
0.059
6.0
NA
6.0
1,2-Dichloroethane 107-06-2 0.21 6.0
Hexachlorobenzene 118-74-1 0.055 10
Hexachlorobutadiene 87-68-3 0.055 5.6
Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 0.055 30
Pentachloroethane 76-01-7 NA 6.0
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
K019 Heavy ends from the distillation of ethylene dichloride in ethylene dichloride production. bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether
Chlorobenzene
111-44-4
108-90-7
0.033
0.057
6.0
6.0
Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 6.0
p-Dichlorobenzene 106-46-7 0.090 NA
1,2-Dichloroethane 107-06-2 0.21 6.0
Fluorene 86-73-7 0.059 NA
Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 0.055 30
Nephthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-3 0.055 NA
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 0.055 19
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
K020 Heavy ends from the distillation of vinyl chloride in vinyl chloride monomer production. 1,2-Dichloroethane
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
107-06-2
79-34-6
127-18-4
0.21
0.057
0.056
6.0
6.0
6.0
K021 Aqueous spent antimony catalyst waste from fluoromethanes production. Carbon tetrachloride
Chloroform
Antimony
56-23-5
67-66-3
7440-36-0
0.057
0.046
1.9
6.0
6.0
1.15 mg/L TCLP
K022 Distillation bottoms tars from the production of phenol/acetone from cumene. Toluene
Acetophenone
108-88-3
96-86-2
0.080
0.010
10
9.7
Diphenylamine (difficult to distinguish from diphenylnitrosamine) 122-39-4 0.92 13
Diphenylnitrosamine (difficult to distinguish from diphenylamine) 86-30-6 0.92 13
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
K023 Distillation light ends from the production of phthalic anhydride from naphthalene. Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 100-21-0 0.055 28
Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 85-44-9 0.055 28
K024 Distillation bottoms from the production of phthalic anhydride from naphthalene. Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 100-21-0 0.055 28
Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 85-44-9 0.055 28
K025 Distillation bottoms from the production of nitrobenzene by the nitration of benzene. NA NA LLEXT fb SSTRP fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
K026 Stripping still tails from the production of methyl ethyl pyridines. NA NA CMBST CMBST
K027 Centrifuge and distillation residues from toluene diisocyanate production. NA NA CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
K028 Spent catalyst from the hydrochlorinator reactor in the production of 1,1,1-trichloroethane. 1,1-Dichloroethane
trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene
75-34-3
156-60-5
0.059
0.054
6.0
30
Hexachlorobutadiene 87-68-3 0.055 5.6
Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 0.055 30
Pentachloroethane 76-01-7 NA 6.0
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630-20-6 0.057 6.0
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79-34-6 0.057 6.0
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79-00-5 0.054 6.0
Cadmium 7440-43-9 0.69 NA
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
K029 Waste from the product steam stripper in the production of 1,1,1-trichloroethane. Chloroform
1,2-Dichloroethane
67-66-3
107-06-2
0.046
0.21
6.0
6.0
1,1-Dichloroethylene 75-35-4 0.025 6.0
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
Vinyl chloride 75-01-4 0.27 6.0
K030 Column bodies or heavy ends from the combined production of trichloroethylene and perchloroethylene. o-Dichlorobenzene
p-Dichlorobenzene
95-50-1
106-46-7
0.088
0.090
NA
NA
Hexachlorobutadiene 87-68-3 0.055 5.6
Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 0.055 30
Hexachloropropylene 1888-71-7 NA 30
Pentachlorobenzene 608-93-5 NA 10
Pentachloroethane 76-01-7 NA 6.0
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-3 0.055 14
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 0.055 19
K031 By-product salts generated in the production of MSMA and cacodylic acid. Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
K032 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of chlordane. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Chlordane (alpha and gamma isomers)
77-47-4
57-74-9
.057
0.0033
2.4
0.26
Heptachlor 76-44-8 0.0012 0.066
Heptachlor epoxide 1024-57-3 0.016 0.066
K033 Wastewater and scrub water from the clorination of cyclopentadiene in the production of chlordane. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77-47-4 0.057 2.4
K034 Filter solids from the filtration of hexachlorocyclopentadiene in the production of chlordane. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77-47-4 0.057 2.4
K035 Wastewater treatment sludges generated in the production of cresote. Acenaphthene
Anthracene
83-32-9
120-12-7
NA
NA
3.4
3.4
Benz(a)anthracene 56-55-3 0.059 3.4
Bemzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
o-Cresol 95-48-7 0.11 5.6
m-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from p-cresol) 108-39-4 0.77 5.6
p-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from m-cresol) 106-44-5 0.77 5.6
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 NA 8.2
Fluoranthene 206-44-0 0.068 3.4
Fluorene 86-73-7 NA 3.4
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 193-39-5 NA 3.4
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 85-01-1 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
K036 Still bottoms from toluene reclamation distillation in the production of disulfoton. Disulfoton 298-04-4 0.017 6.2
K037 Wastewater treatment sludges from the production of disulfoton. Disulfoton
Toluene
298-04-4
108-88-3
0.017
0.080
6.2
10
K038 Wastewater from the washing and stripping of phorate production. Phorate 298-02-2 0.021 4.6
K039 Filter cake from the filtration of diethylphorphorodithioic acid in the production of phorate. NA NA CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
K040 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of phorate. Phorate 298-02-2 0.021 4.6
K041 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of toxaphene. Toxaphene 8001-35-2 0.0095 2.6
K042 Heavy ends or distillation residues from the distillation of tetrachlorobenzene in the production of 2,4,5-T. o-Dichlorobenzene
p-Dichlorobenzene
Pentachlorobenzene
95-50-1
106-46-7
608-93-5
0.088
0.090
0.055
6.0
6.0
10
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-3 0.055 14
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 0.055 19
K043 2,6-Dichlorophenol waste from the production of 2,4-D. 2,4-Dichlorophenol 120-83-2 0.044 14
2,6-Dichlorophenol 187-65-0 0.044 14
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95-95-4 0.18 7.4
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88-06-2 0.035 7.4
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol 58-90-2 0.030 7.4
Pentachlorophenol 87-86-5 0.089 7.4
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
HxCDDs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
HxCDFs (All Hexachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000063 0.001
PeCDDs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
PeCDFs (All Pentachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000035 0.001
TCDDs (All Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
TCDFs (All Tetrachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000063 0.001
K044 Wastewater treatment sludges from the manufacturing and processing of explosives. NA NA DEACT DEACT
K045 Spent carbon from the treatment of wastewater containing explosives. NA NA DEACT DEACT
K046 Wastewater treatment sludges from the manufacturing, formulation and loading of lead-based initiating compounds. Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
K047 Pink/red water from TNT operations. NA NA DEACT DEACT
K048 Dissolved air flotation (DAF) float from the petroleum refining industry. Benzene
Benzo(a)pyrene
71-43-2
50-32-8
0.14
0.061
10
3.4
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 117-81-7 0.28 28
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Di-n-butyl phthalate 84-74-2 0.057 28
Ethylbenzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Fluorene 86-73-7 0.059 NA
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Toluene 108-88-33 0.080 10
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Chanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 NA
Nickel 7440-02-0 NA 11 mg/L TCLP
K049 Slop oil emulsion solids from the petroleum refining industry. Anthracene
Benzene
120-12-7
71-43-2
0.059
0.14
3.4
10
Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 117-81-7 0.28 28
Carbon disulfide 75-15-0 3.8 NA
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
2,4-Dimethylphenol 105-67-9 0.036 NA
Ethylbenzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 NA
Nickel 7440-02-0 NA 11 mg/L TCLP
K050 Heat exchanger bundle cleaning sludge from the petroleum refining industry. Benzo(a)pyrene
Phenol
50-32-8
108-95-2
0.061
0.039
3.4
6.2
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 NA
Nickel 7440-02-0 NA 11 mg/L TCLP
K051 API separator sludge from the petroleum refining industry. Acenaphthene
Anthracene
83-32-9
120-12-7
0.059
0.059
NA
3.4
Benz(a)anthracene 56-55-3 0.059 3.4
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 117-81-7 0.28 28
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Di-n-butyl phthalate 105-67-9 0.057 28
Ethylbenzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Fluorene 86-73-7 0.059 NA
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Toluene 108-88-3 0.08 10
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 NA
Nickel 7440-02-0 NA 11 mg/L TCLP
K052 Tank bottoms (leaded) from the petroleum refining industry. Benzene
Benzo(a)pyrene
71-43-2
50-32-8
0.14
0.061
10
3.4
o-Cresol 95-48-7 0.11 5.6
m-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from p-cresol) 108-39-4 0.77 5.6
p-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from m-cresol) 106-44-5 0.77 5.6
2,4-Dimethylphenol 105-67-9 0.036 NA
Ethylbenzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Toluene 108-88-3 0.08 10
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 NA
Nickel 7440-02-0 NA 11 mg/L TCLP
K060 Ammonia still lime sludge from coking operations. Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
K061 Emission control dust/sludge from the primary production of steel in electric furnaces. Antimony
Arsenic
7440-36-0
7440-38-2
NA
NA
1.15 mg/L TCLP
5.0 mg/L TCLP
Barium 7440-39-3 NA 21 mg/L TCLP
Beryllium 7440-41-7 NA 1.22 mg/L TCLP
Cadmium 7440-43-9 0.69 0.11 mg/L TCLP
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.025 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
Selenium 7782-49-2 NA 5.7 mg/L TCLP
Silver 7440-22-4 NA 0.14 mg/L TCLP
Thallium 7440-28-0 NA 0.20 mg/L TCLP
Zinc 7440-66-6 NA 4.3 mg/L TCLP
K062 Spent pickle liquor generated by steel finishing operations of facilities within the iron and steel industry (SIC Codes 331 and 332). Chromium (Total)
Lead
Nickel
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
7440-02-0
2.77
0.69
3.98
0.60 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
NA
K069 Emission control dust/sludge from secondary lead smelting - Calcium Sulfate (Low Lead) Subcategory Cadmium
Lead
7440-43-9
7439-92-1
0.69
0.69
0.11 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
Emission control dust/sludge from secondary lead smelting - Non-Calcium Sulfate (High Lead) Subcategory NA NA NA RLEAD
K071 K071 (Brine purification muds from the mercury cell process in chlorine production, where separately prepurified brine is not used) nonwastewaters that are residues from RMERC. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.20 mg/L TCLP
K071 (Brine purification muds from the mercury cell process in chlorine production, where separately prepurified brine is not used.) nonwastewaters that are not residues from RMERC. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.025 mg/L TCLP
All K071 wastewaters. Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 NA
K073 Chlorinated hydrocarbon waste from the purification step of the diaphragm cell process using graphite anodes in chlorine production. Carbon tetrachloride
Chloroform
Hexachloroethane
56-23-5
67-66-3
67-72-1
0.057
0.046
0.055
6.0
6.0
30
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
K083 Distillation bottoms from aniline production. Aniline 62-53-3 0.81 14
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Cyclohexanone 108-94-1 0.36 NA
Diphenylamine (difficult to distinguish from diphenylnitrosamine 122-39-4 0.92 13
Diphenylnitrosamine (difficult to distinguish from diphenylamine) 86-30-6 0.92 13
Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.068 14
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
K084 Wastewater treatment sludges generated during the production of veterinary pharmaceuticals from arsenic or organo-arsenic compounds. Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
K085 Distillation or fractionation column bottoms from the production of chlorobenzenes. Benzene
Chlorobenzene
m-Dichlorobenzene
71-43-2
108-90-7
541-73-1
0.14
0.057
0.036
10
6.0
6.0
o-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 0.088 6.0
p-Dichlorobenzene 106-46-7 0.090 6.0
Hexachlorobenzene 118-74-1 0.055 10
Total PCBs (sum of all PCB isomers, or all Aroclors) 1336-36-3 0.10 10
Pentachlorobenzene 608-93-5 0.055 10
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-3 0.055 14
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 0.055 19
K086 Solvent wastes and sludges, caustic washes and sludges, or water washes and sludges from cleaning tubs and equipment used in the formulation of ink from pigments, driers, soaps, and stabilizers containing chromium and lead. Acetone
Acetophenone
bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate
n-Butyl alcohol
67-64-1
96-86-2
117-81-7
71-36-3
0.28
0.010
0.28
5.6
160
9.7
28
2.6
Butylbenzyl phthalate 85-68-7 0.017 28
Cyclohexanone 108-94-1 0.36 NA
o-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 0.088 6.0
Diethyl phthalate 84-66-2 0.20 28
Dimethyl phthalate 131-11-3 0.047 28
Di-n-butyl phthalate 84-74-2 0.057 28
Di-n-octyl phthalate 117-84-0 0.017 28
Ethyl acetate 141-78-6 0.34 33
Ethylbenzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Methanol 67-56-1 5.6 NA
Methyl ethyl ketone 78-93-3 0.28 36
Methyl isobutyl ketone 108-10-1 0.14 33
Methylene chloride 75-09-2 0.089 30
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.068 14
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
Trichloroethylene 79-01-6 0.054 6.0
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
K087 Decanter tank tar sludge from coking operations. Acenaphthylene 208-96-8 0.059 3.4
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Fluoranthene 206-44-0 0.068 3.4
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
K088 Spent potliners from primary aluminum reduction. Acenaphthene 83-32-9 0.059 3.4
Anthracene 120-12-7 0.059 3.4
Benz(a)anthracene 56-55-3 0.059 3.4
Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
Benzo(b)fluoranthene 205-99-2 0.11 6.8
Benzo(k)fluoranthene 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 191-24-2 0.0055 1.8
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Fluoranthene 206-44-0 0.068 3.4
Indeno(1,2,3,-cd)pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Antimony 7440-36-0 1.9 1.15 mg/L TCLP
Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 26.1
Barium 7440-39-3 1.2 21 mg/L TCLP
Beryllium 7440-41-7 0.82 1.22 mg/L TCLP
Cadmium 7440-43-9 0.69 0.11 mg/L TCLP
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 0.025 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
Selenium 7782-49-2 0.82 5.7 mg/L TCLP
Silver 7440-22-4 0.43 0.14 mg/L TCLP
Cyanide (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanide (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
Fluoride 16984-48-8 35 NA
K093 Distillation light ends from the production of phthalic anhydride from ortho-xylene Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 100-21-0 0.055 28
Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 85-44-9 0.055 28
K094 Distillation bottoms from the production of phthalic anhydride from ortho-xylene. Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 100-21-0 0.055 28
Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 85-44-9 0.055 28
K095 Distillation bottoms from the production of 1,1,1-trichloroethane. Hexachloroethane
Pentachloroethane
67-72-1
76-01-7
0.055
0.055
30
6.0
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630-20-6 0.057 6.0
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79-34-6 0.057 6.0
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79-00-5 0.054 6.0
Trichloroethylene 79-01-1 0.054 6.0
K096 Heavy ends from the heavy ends column from the production of 1,1,1-trichloroethane. m-Dichlorobenzene
Pentachloroethane
541-73-1
76-01-1
0.036
0.055
6.0
6.0
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630-20-6 0.057 6.0
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79-34-6 0.057 6.0
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 0.055 19
1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79-00-5 0.054 6.0
Trichloroethylene 79-01-6 0.054 6.0
K097 Vacuum stripper discharge from the chlordane clorinator in the production of chlordane. Chlordane (alpha and gamma isomers)
Heptachlor
57-74-9
76-44-8
0.0033
0.0012
0.26
0.066
Heptachlor epoxide 1024-57-3 0.016 0.066
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77-47-4 0.057 2.4
K098 Untreated process wastewater from the production of toxaphene. Toxaphene 8001-35-2 0.0095 2.6
K099 Untreated wastewater from the production of 2,4-D. 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 94-75-7 0.72 10
HxCDDs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
HxCDFs (All Hexachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000063 0.001
PeCDDs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
PeCDFs (All Pentachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000035 0.001
TCDDs (All Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
TCDFs (All Tetrachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000063 0.001
K100 Waste leaching solution from acid leaching of emission control dust/sludge from secondary lead smelting. Cadmium
Chromium (Total)
Lead
7440-43-9
7440-47-3
7439-92-1
0.69
2.77
0.69
0.11 mg/L TCLP
0.60 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
K101 Distillation tar residues from the distillation of aniline-based compounds in the production of veterinary pharmaceuticals from arsenic or organo-arsenic compounds. o-Nitroaniline
Arsenic
Cadmium
88-74-4
7440-38-2
7440-43-9
0.27
1.4
0.69
14
5.0 mg/L TCLP
NA
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 NA
Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 NA
K102 Residue from the use of activated carbon for decolorization in the production of veterinary pharmaceuticals from arsenic or organo-arsenic compounds. o-Nitrophenol
Arsenic
Cadmium
88-75-5
7440-38-2
7440-43-9
0.028
1.4
0.69
13
5.0 mg/L TCLP
NA
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 NA
Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 NA
K103 Process residues from aniline extraction from the production of aniline. Aniline
Benzene
62-53-3
71-43-2
0.81
0.14
14
10
2,4-Dinitrophenol 51-28-5 0.12 160
Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.068 14
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
K104 Combined wastewater streams generated from nitrobenzene/aniline production. Aniline
Benzene
62-53-3
71-43-2
0.81
0.14
14
10
2,4-Dinitrophenol 51-28-5 0.12 160
Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.068 14
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
K105 Separated aqueous stream from the reactor product washing step in the production of chlorobenzenes. Benzene
Chlorobenzene
71-43-2
108-90-7
0.14
0.057
10
6.0
2-Chlorophenol 95-57-8 0.044 5.7
o-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 0.088 6.0
p-Dichlorobenzene 106-46-7 0.090 6.0
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95-95-4 0.18 7.4
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88-06-2 0.035 7.4
K106 K106 (wastewater treatment sludge from the mercury cell process in chlorine production) nonwastewaters that contain greater than or equal to 260 mg/kg total mercury. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA RMERC
K106 (wastewater treatment sludge from the mercury cell process in chlorine production) nonwastewaters that contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury that are residues from RMERC. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.20 mg/L TCLP
Other K106 nonwastewaters that contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury and are not residues from RMERC. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.025 mg/L TCLP
All K106 wastewaters. Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 NA
K107 Column bottoms from production separation from the production of 1,1-dimethylhydrazine (UDMH) from carboxylic acid hydrazides. NA NA CMBST; or CHOXD fb CARBN; or BIODG fb CARBN CMBST
K108 Condensed column overheads from product separation and condensed reactor vent gases from the production of 1,1-dimethylhydrazine (UDMH) from carboxylic acid hydrazides. NA NA CMBST; or CHOXD fb CARBN; or BIODG fb CARBN CMBST
K109 Spent filter cartridges from product purification from the production of 1,1-dimethylhydrazine (UDMH) from carboxylic acid hydrazides. NA NA CMBST; or CHOXD fb CARBN; or BIODG fb CARBN CMBST
K110 Condensed column overheads from intermediate separation from the production of 1,1-dimethylhydrazine (UDMH) from carboxylic acid hydrazides. NA NA CMBST; or CHOXD fb CARBN; or BIODG fb CARBN CMBST
K111 Product washwaters from the production of dinitrotoluene via nitration of toluene. 2,4-Dinitrotoluene
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
121-14-2
606-20-2
0.32
0.55
140
28
K112 Reaction by-product water from the drying column in the production of toluenediamine via hydrogenation of dinitrotoluene. NA NA CMBST; or CHOXD fb CARBN; or BIODG fb CARBN CMBST
K113 Condensed liquid light ends from the purification of toluenediamine in the production of toluenediamine via hydrogenation of dinitrotoluene. NA NA CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
K114 Vicinals from the purification of toluenediamine in the production of toluenediamine via hydrogenation of dinitrotoluene. NA NA CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
K115 Heavy ends from the purification of toluenediamine in the production of toluenediamine via hydrogenation of dinitrotoluene. Nickel
NA
7440-02-2
NA
3.98
CARBN; or CMBST
11 mg/L TCLP
CMBST
K116 Organic condensate from the solvent recovery column in the production of toluene diisocyanate via phosgenation of toluenediamine. NA NA CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
K117 Wastewater from the reactor vent gas scrubber in the production of ethylene dibromide via bromination of ethene. Methyl bromide (Bromomethane)
Chloroform
74-83-9

67-66-3
0.11

0.046
15

6.0
Ethylene dibromide (1,2-Dibromoethane) 106-93-4 0.028 15
K118 Spent absorbent solids from purification of ethylene dibromide in the production of ethylene dibromide via bromination of ethene. Methyl bromide (Bromomethane)
Chloroform
74-83-9

67-66-3
0.11

0.046
15

6.0
Ethylene dibromide (1,2,-Dibromoethane) 106-93-4 0.028 15
K123 Process wastewater (including supernates, filtrates, and washwaters) from the production of ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid and its salts. NA NA CMBST; or CHOXD fb (BIODG or CARBN) CMBST
K124 Reactor vent scrubber water from the production of ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid and its salts. NA NA CMBST; or CHOXD fb (BIODG or CARBN) CMBST
K125 Filtration, evaporation, and centrifugation solids from the production of ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid and its salts. NA NA CMBST; or CHOXD fb (BIODG or CARBN) CMBST
K126 Baghouse dust and floor sweepings in milling and packaging operations from the production or formulation of ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid and its salts. NA NA CMBST; or CHOXD fb (BIODG or CARBN) CMBST
K131 Wastewater from the reactor and spent sulfuric acid from the acid dryer from the production of methyl bromide. Methyl bromide (Bromomethane) 74-83-9 0.11 15
K132 Spent absorbent and wastewater separator solids from the production of methyl bromide. Methyl bromide (Bromomethane) 74-83-9 0.11 15
K136 Still bottoms from the purification of ethylene dibromide in the production of ethylene dibromide via bromination of ethene. Methyl bromide (Bromomethane)
Chloroform
74-83-9

67-66-3
0.11

0.46
15

6.0
Ethylene dibromide (1,2-Dibromoethane) 106-93-4 0.028 15
K141 Process residues from the recovery of coal tar, including, but not limited to, collecting sump residues from the production of coke or the recovery of coke by-products produced from coal. This listing does not include K087 (decanter tank tar sludge from coking operations). Benzene
Benz(a)anthracene
Benzo(a)pyrene
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene)
71-43-2
56-55-3
50-2-8
205-99-2
0.14
0.059
0.061
0.11
10
3.4
3.4
6.8
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene) 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
K142 Tar storage tank residues from the production of coke from coal or from the recovery of coke by-products produced from coal. Benzene
Benz(a)anthracene
71-43-2
56-55-3
0.14
0.059
10
3.4
Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene) 205-99-2 0.11 6.8
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene) 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
K143 Process residues from the recovery of light oil, including, but not limited to, those generated in stills, decanters, and wash oil recovery units from the recovery of coke by-products produced from coal. Benzene
Benz(a)anthracene
Benzo(a)pyrene
71-43-2
56-55-3
50-32-8
0.14
0.059
0.061
10
3.4
3.4
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene) 205-99-2 0.11 6.8
Benzo(k)flouranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
K144 Wastewater sump residues from light oil refining, including, but not limited to, intercepting or contamination sump sludges from the recovery of coke by-products produced from coal. Benzene
Benz(a)pyrene
Benzo(a)anthracene
71-43-2
56-55-3
50-32-8
0.14
0.059
0.061
10
3.4
3.4
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene) 205-99-2 0.11 6.8
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene) 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
K145 Residues from naphthalene collection and recovery operations from the recovery of coke by-products produced from coal. Benzene
Benz(a)anthracene
71-43-2
56-55-3
0.14
0.059
10
3.4
Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
K147 Tar storage tank residues from coal tar refining. Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Benz(a)anthracene 56-55-3 0.059 3.4
Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene) 205-99-2 0.11 6.8
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene) 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
K148 Residues from coal tar distillation, including, but not limited to, still bottoms. Benz(a)anthracene
Benzo(a)pyrene
56-55-3
50-32-8
0.059
0.061
3.4
3.4
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene) 205-99-2 0.11 6.8
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene) 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
K149 Distillation bottoms from the production of alpha- (or methyl-) chlorinated toluenes, ring-chlorinated toluenes, benzoyl chlorides, and compounds with mixtures of these functional groups. (This waste does not include still bottoms from the distillations of benzyl chloride.) Chlorobenzene
Chloroform
Chloromethane
p-Dichlorobenzene
Hexachlorobenzene
108-90-7
67-66-3
74-87-3
106-46-7
118-74-1
0.057
0.046
0.19
0.090
0.055
6.0
6.0
30
6.0
10
Pentachlorobenzene 608-93-5 0.055 10
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-3 0.055 14
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
K150 Organic residuals, excluding spent carbon adsorbent, from the spent chlorine gas and hydrochloric acid recovery processes associated with the production of alpha- (or methyl-) chlorinated toluenes, ring-chlorinated toluenes, benzoyl chlorides, and compounds with mixtures of these functional groups. Carbon tetrachloride
Chloroform
Chloromethane
p-Dichlorobenzene
Hexachlorobenzene
56-23-5
67-66-3
74-87-3
106-46-7
118-74-1
0.057
0.046
0.019
0.090
0.055
6.0
6.0
30
6.0
10
Pentachlorobenzene 608-93-5 0.055 10
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-3 0.055 14
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79-34-5 0.057 6.0
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 0.055 19
K151 Wastewater treatment sludges, excluding neutralization and biological sludges, generated during the treatment of wastewaters from the production of alpha- or (methyl-) chlorinated toluenes, ring-chlorinated toluenes, benzoyl chlorides, and compounds with mixtures of these functional groups. Benzene
Carbon tetrachloride
Chloroform
Hexachlorobenzene
Pentachlorobenzene
71-43-2
56-23-5
67-66-3
118-74-1
608-93-5
0.14
0.057
0.046
0.055
0.055
10
6.0
6.0
10
10
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-3 0.055 14
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
K156 Organic waste (including heavy ends, still bottoms, light ends, spent solvents, filtrates, and decantates) from the production of carbamates and carbamoyl oximes Acetonitrile 75-05-8 5.6 1.8
Acetophenone 98-86-2 0.010 9.7
Aniline 62-53-3 0.81 14
Benomyl10 17804-35-2 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Carbaryl10 63-25-2 0.006; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.14; or CMBST
Carbenzadim10 10605-21-7 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
Carbofuran10 1563-66-2 0.006; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.14; or CMBST
Carbosulfan10 55285-14-8 0.028; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
Chlorobenzene 108-90-7 0.057 6.0
Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 6.0
o-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 0.088 6.0
Methomyl10 16752-77-5 0.028; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.14; or CMBST
Methylene chloride 75-09-2 0.089 30
Methyl ethyl ketone 78-93-3 0.28 36
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
Pyridine 110-86-1 0.014 16
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
Triethylamine 121-44-8 0.081; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.5; or CMBST
K157 Wastewaters (including scrubber waters, condenser waters, washwaters, and separation waters) from the production of carbamates and carbamoyl oximes Carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 0.057 6.0
Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 6.0
Chloromethane 74-87-3 0.19 30
Methomyl10 16752-77-5 0.028; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.14; or CMBST
Methylene chloride 75-09-2 0.089 30
Methylethyl ketone 78-93-3 0.28 36
Pyridine 110-86-1 0.014 16
Triethylamine 121-44-8 0.081 or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.5; or CMBST
K158 Bag house dusts and filter/separation solids from the production of carbamates and carbamoyl oximes Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Carbenzadim10 10605-21-7 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
Carbofuran10 1563-66-2 0.006; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.14; or CMBST
Carbosulfan10 55285-14-8 0.028; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 6.0
Methylene chloride 75-09-2 0.089 30
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
K159 Organics from the treatment of thiocarbamate wastes Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Butylate10 2008-41-5 0.042; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
EPTC (Eptam)10 759-94-4 0.042; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
Molinate10 2212-67-1 0.042; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
Pebulate10 1114-71-2 0.042; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
Vernolate10 1929-77-7 0.042; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
K161 Purification solids (including filtration, evaporation, and centrifugation solids), baghouse dust and floor sweepings from the production of dithiocarbamate acids and their salts Antimony 7440-36-0 1.9 1.15 mg/L TCLP
Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
Carbon disulfide 75-15-0 3.8 4.8 mg/L TCLP
Dithiocarbamates (total)10 NA 0.028; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 28; or CMBST
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11.0 mg/L TCLP
Selenium 7782-49-2 0.82 5.7 mg/L TCLP
K169 Crude oil tank sediment from petroleum refining operations. Benz(a)anthracene 56-55-3 0.059 3.4
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 191-24-2 0.0055 1.8
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Ethyl benzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Fluorene 86-73-7 0.059 3.4
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 81-05-8 0.059 5.6
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Toluene (Methyl Benzene) 108-88-3 0.080 10
Xylene(s) (Total) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
K170 Clarified slurry oil sediment from petroleum refining operations. Benz(a)anthracene
Benzene
56-55-3
71-43-2
0.059
0.14
3.4
10
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 191-24-2 0.0055 1.8
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Ethyl benzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Fluorene 86-73-7 0.059 3.4
Indeno(1,3,4-cd)pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 81-05-8 0.059 5.6
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Toluene (Methyl Benzene) 108-88-3 0.080 10
Xylene(s) (Total) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
K171 Spent hydrotreating catalyst from petroleum refining operations, including guard beds used to desulfurize feeds to other catalytic reactors (this listing does not include inert support media). Benz(a)anthracene
Benzene
Chrysene
Ethyl benzene
56-55-3
71-43-2
218-01-9
100-41-4
0.059
0.14
0.059
0.057
3.4
10
3.4
10
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Phenanthrene 81-05-8 0.059 5.6
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.67 8.2
Toluene (Methyl Benzene) 108-88-3 0.080 10
Xylene(s) (Total) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Arsenic 7740-38-2 1.4 5 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11.0 mg/L TCLP
Vanadium 7440-62-2 4.3 1.6 mg/L TCLP
Reactive sulfides NA DEACT DEACT
K172 Spent hydrorefining catalyst from petroleum refining operations, including guard beds used to desulfurize feeds to other catalytic reactors (this listing does not include inert support media.). Benzene
Ethyl benzene
Toluene (Methyl Benzene)
Xylene(s) (Total)
71-43-2
100-41-4
108-88-3
1330-20-7
0.14
0.57
0.080
0.32
10
10
10
30
Antimony 7740-36-0 1.9 1.15 mg/L TCLP
Arsenic 7740-38-2 1.4 5 mg/L TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11.0 mg/L TCLP
Vanadium 7440-62-2 4.3 1.6 mg/L TCLP
Reactive sulfides NA DEACT DEACT
K174 Wastewater treatment sludges from the production of ethylene dichloride or vinyl chloride monomer. 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD) 35822-46-9 0.000035 or CMBST11 0.0025 or CMBST11
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzofuran (1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF) 67562-39-4 0.000035 or CMBST11 0.0025 or CMBST11
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-Heptachlorodibenzofuran (1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF) 55673-89-7 0.000035 or CMBST11 0.0025 or CMBST11
HxCDDs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) 34465-46-8 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
HxCDFs (All Hexachlorodibenzofurans) 55684-94-1 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-Octachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (OCDD) 3268-87-9 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.005 or CMBST11
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-Octachlorodibenzofuran (OCDF) 39001-02-0 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.005 or CMBST11
PeCDDs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins 36088-22-9 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
PeCDFs (All Pentachlorodibenzofurans) 30402-15-4 0.000035 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
TCDDs (All tetachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) 41903-57-5 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
TCDFs (All tetrachlorodibenzofurans) 55722-27-5 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
Arsenic 7440-36-0 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
K175 Wastewater treatment sludge from the production of vinyl chloride monomer using mercuric chloride catalyst in an acetylene-based process Mercury12
pH12
7438-97-6 NA
NA
0.025 mg/L TCLP
pH≤6.0
All K175 wastewaters Mercury 7438-97-6 0.15 NA
K176 Baghouse filters from the production of antimony oxide, including filters from the production of intermediates (e.g., antimony metal or crude antimony oxide) Antimony
Arsenic
Cadmium
Lead
Mercury
7440-36-0
7440-38-2
7440-43-9
7439-92-1
7439-97-6
1.9
1.4
0.69
0.69
0.15
1.15 mg/L TCLP
5.0 mg/L TCLP
0.11 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
0.025 mg/L TCLP
K177 Slag from the production of antimony oxide that is speculatively accumulated or disposed, including slag from the production of intermediates (e.g., antimony metal or crude antimony oxide) Antimony
Arsenic
Lead
7440-36-0
7440-38-2
7439-92-1
1.9
1.4
0.69
1.15 mg/L TCLP
5.0 mg/L TCLP
0.75 mg/L TCLP
K178 Residues from manufacturing and manufacturing-site storage of ferric chloride from acids formed during the production of titanium dioxide using the chloride-ilmenite process. 1,2,3,4,6,7,8- Heptachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD)

1,2,3,4,6,7,8-
Heptachlorodibenzofuran (1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF)

1,2,3,4,7,8,9-
Heptachlorodibenzofuran (1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF)
35822-39-4


67562-39-4



55673-89-7
0.000035 or CMBST11

0.000035 or CMBST11


0.000035 or CMBST11
0.0025 or CMBST11

0.0025 or CMBST11


0.0025 or CMBST11
HxCDDs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) 34465-46-8 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
HxCDFs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-furans) 55684-94-1 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9- Octachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (OCDD) 3268-87-9 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.005 or CMBST11
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9- Octachlorodibenzofuran (OCDF) 39001-02-0 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.005 or CMBST11
PeCDDs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) 36088-22-9 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
PeCDFs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-furans) 30402-15-4 0.000035 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
TCDDs (All tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) 41903-57-5 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
TCDFs (All tetrachlorodibenzo-furans) 55722-27-5 0.000063 or CMBST11 0.001 or CMBST11
Thallium 7440-28-0 1.4 0.20 mg/L TCLP
K181 Nonwastewaters from the production of dyes and/or pigments (including nonwastewaters commingled at the point of generation with nonwastewaters from other processes) that, at the point of generation, contain mass loadings of any of the constituents identified in paragraph (c) of section 261.32 that are equal to or greater than the corresponding paragraph (c) levels, as determined on a calendar year basis Aniline
o-Anisidine (2-methoxyaniline)
4-Chloroaniline
p-Cresidine
2,4-Dimethylaniline (2,4-xylidine)
1,2-Phenylenediamine
62-53-3
90-04-0
106-47-8
120-71-8
95-68-1
95-54-5
0.81
0.010
0.46
0.010
0.010
CMBST; or CHOXD fb (BIODG or CARBN); or BIODG fb CARBN
14
0.66
16
0.66
0.66
CMBST; or CHOXD fb (BIODG or CARBN); or BIODG fb CARBN
1,3-Phenylenediamine 108-45-2 0.010 0.66
P001 Warfarin, & salts, when present at concentrations greater than 0.3% Warfarin 81-81-2 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P002 1-Acetyl-2-thiourea 1-Acetyl-2-thiourea 591-08-2 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P003 Acrolein Acrolein 107-02-8 0.29 CMBST
P004 Aldrin Aldrin 309-00-2 0.021 0.066
P005 Allyl alcohol Allyl alcohol 107-18-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P006 Aluminum phosphide Aluminum phosphide 20859-73-8 CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
P007 5-Aminomethyl 3-isoxazolol 5-Aminomethyl 3-isoxazolol 2763-96-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P008 4-Aminopyridine 4-Aminopyridine 504-24-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P009 Ammonium picrate Ammonium picrate 131-74-8 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
P010 Arsenic acid Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
P011 Arsenic pentoxide Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
P012 Arsenic trioxide Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
P013 Barium cyanide Barium 7440-39-3 NA 21 mg/L TCLP
Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
P014 Thiophenol (Benzene thiol) Thiophenol (Benzene thiol) 108-98-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P015 Beryllium dust Beryllium 7440-41-7 RMETL; or RTHRM RMETL; or RTHRM
P016 Dichloromethyl ether (Bis(chloromethyl)ether) Dichloromethyl ether 542-88-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P017 Bromoacetone Bromoacetone 598-31-2 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P018 Brucine Brucine 357-57-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P020 2-sec-Butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol (Dinoseb) 2-sec-Butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol (Dinoseb) 88-85-7 0.066 2.5
P021 Calcium cyanide Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
P022 Carbon disulfide Carbon disulfide 75-15-0 3.8 CMBST
Carbon disulfide; alternate6 standard for nonwastewaters only 75-15-0 NA 4.8 mg/L TCLP
P023 Chloroacetaldehyde Chloroacetaldehyde 107-20-0 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P024 p-Chloroaniline p-Chloroaniline 106-47-8 0.46 16
P026 1-(o-Chlorophenyl)thiourea 1-(o-Chlorophenyl)thiourea 5344-82-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P027 3-Chloropropionitrile 3-Chloropropionitrile 542-76-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P028 Benzyl chloride Benzyl chloride 100-44-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P029 Copper cyanide Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
P030 Cyanides (soluble salts and complexes) Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
P031 Cyanogen Cyanogen 460-19-5 CHOXD; WETOX; or CMBST CHOXD; WETOX; or CMBST
P033 Cyanogen chloride Cyanogen chloride 506-77-4 CHOXD; WETOX; or CMBST CHOXD; WETOX; or CMBST
P034 2-Cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 2-Cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 131-89-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P036 Dichlorophenylarsine Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
P037 Dieldrin Dieldrin 60-57-1 0.017 0.13
P038 Diethylarsine Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
P039 Disulfoton Disulfoton 298-04-4 0.017 6.2
P040 0,0-Diethyl O-pyrazinyl phosphorothioate 0,0-Diethyl O-pyrazinyl phosphorothioate 297-97-2 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P041 Diethyl-p-nitrophenyl phosphate Diethyl-p-nitrophenyl phosphate 311-45-5 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P042 Epinephrine Epinephrine 51-43-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P043 Diisopropylfluorophosphate (DFP) Diisopropylfluorophosphate (DFP) 55-91-4 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P044 Dimethoate Dimethoate 60-51-5 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P045 Thiofanox Thiofanox 39196-18-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P046 alpha, alpha-Dimethylphenethylamine alpha, alpha-Dimethylphenethylamine 122-09-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P047 4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol 4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol 543-52-1 0.28 160
4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol salts NA NA (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P048 2,4-Dinitrophenol 2,4-Dinitrophenol 51-28-5 0.12 160
P049 Dithiobiuret Dithiobiuret 541-53-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P050 Endosulfan Endosulfan I 939-98-8 0.023 0.066
Endosulfan II 33213-6-5 0.029 0.13
Endosulfan sulfate 1031-07-8 0.029 0.13
P051 Endrin Endrin 72-20-8 0.0028 0.13
Endrin aldehyde 7421-93-4 0.025 0.13
P054 Aziridine Aziridine 151-56-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P056 Fluorine Fluoride (measured in wastewaters only) 16984-48-8 35 ADGAS fb NEUTR
P057 Fluoroacetamide Fluoroacetamide 640-19-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P058 Fluoroacetic acid, sodium salt Fluoroacetic acid, sodium salt 62-74-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P059 Heptachlor Heptachlor 76-44-8 0.0012 0.066
Heptachlor epoxide 1024-57-3 0.016 0.066
P060 Isodrin Isodrin 465-73-6 0.021 0.066
P062 Hexaethyl tetraphosphate Hexaethyl tetraphosphate 757-58-4 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P063 Hydrogen cyanide Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
P064 Isocyanic acid, ethyl ester Isocyanic acid, ethyl ester 624-83-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P065 Mercury fulminate nonwastewaters, regardless of their total mercury content, that are not incinerator residues or are not residues from RMERC. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA IMERC
Mercury fulminate nonwastewaters that are either incinerator residues or are residues from RMERC; and contain greater than or equal to 260 mg/kg total mercury. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA RMERC
Mercury fulminate nonwastewaters that are residues from RMERC and contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.20 mg/L TCLP
Mercury fulminate nonwastewaters that are incinerator residues and contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.025 mg/L TCLP
All mercury fulminate wastewaters. Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 NA
P066 Methomyl Methomyl 16752-77-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P067 2-Methyl-aziridine 2-Methyl-aziridine 75-55-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P068 Methyl hydrazine Methyl hydrazine 60-34-4 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
P069 2-Methyllactonitrile 2-Methyllactonitrile 75-86-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P070 Aldicarb Aldicarb 116-06-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P071 Methyl parathion Methyl parathion 298-00-0 0.014 4.6
P072 1-Naphthyl-2-thiourea 1-Naphthyl-2-thiourea 86-88-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P073 Nickel carbonyl Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
P074 Nickel cyanide Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/L TCLP
P075 Nicotine and salts Nicotine and salts 54-11-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P076 Nitric oxide Nitric oxide 10102-43-9 ADGAS ADGAS
P077 p-Nitroaniline p-Nitroaniline 100-01-6 0.028 28
P078 Nitrogen dioxide Nitrogen dioxide 10102-44-0 ADGAS ADGAS
P081 Nitroglycerin Nitroglycerin 55-63-0 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
P082 N-Nitrosodimethylamine N-Nitrosodimethylamine 62-75-9 0.40 2.3
P084 N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine 4549-40-0 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P085 Octamethylpyrophosphoramide Octamethylpyrophosphoramide 152-16-9 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P087 Osmium tetroxide Osmium tetroxide 20816-12-0 RMETL; or RTHRM RMETL; or RTHRM
P088 Endothall Endothall 145-73-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P089 Parathion Parathion 56-38-2 0.014 4.6
P092 Phenyl mercuric acetate nonwastewaters, regardless of their total mercury content, that are not incinerator residues or are not residues from RMERC. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA IMERC; or RMERC
Phenyl mercuric acetate nonwastewaters that are either incinerator residues or are residues from RMERC; and still contain greater than or equal to 260 mg/kg total mercury. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA RMERC
Phenyl mercuric acetate nonwastewaters that are residues from RMERC and contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.20 mg/L TCLP
Phenyl mercuric acetate nonwastewaters that are incinerator residues and contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.025 mg/L TCLP
All phenyl mercuric acetate wastewaters. Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 NA
P093 Phenylthiourea Phenylthiourea 103-85-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P094 Phorate Phorate 298-02-2 0.021 4.6
P095 Phosgene Phosgene 75-44-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P096 Phosphine Phosphine 7803-51-2 CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
P097 Famphur Famphur 52-85-7 0.017 15
P098 Potassium cyanide. Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
P099 Potassium silver cyanide Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
Silver 7440-22-4 0.43 0.14 mg/L TCLP
P101 Ethyl cyanide (Propanenitrile) Ethyl cyanide (Propanenitrile) 107-12-0 0.24 360
P102 Propargyl alcohol Propargyl alcohol 107-19-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P103 Selenourea Selenium 7782-49-2 0.82 5.7 mg/L TCLP
P104 Silver cyanide Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
Silver 7440-22-4 0.43 0.14 mg/L TCLP
P105 Sodium azide Sodium azide 26628-22-8 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
P106 Sodium cyanide Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
P108 Strychnine and salts Strychnine and salts 57-24-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P109 Tetraethyldithiopyrophosphate Tetraethyldithiopyrophosphate 3689-24-5 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P110 Tetraethyl lead Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
P111 Tetraethylpyrophosphate Tetraethylpyrophosphate 107-49-3 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P112 Tetranitromethane Tetranitromethane 509-14-8 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
P113 Thallic oxide Thallium (measured in wastewaters only) 7440-28-0 1.4 RTHRM; or STABL
P114 Thallium selenite Selenium 7782-49-2 0.82 5.7 mg/L TCLP
P115 Thallium (I) sulfate Thallium (measured in wastewaters only) 7440-28-0 1.4 RTHRM; or STABL
P116 Thiosemicarbazide Thiosemicarbazide 79-19-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P118 Trichloromethanethiol Trichloromethanethiol 75-70-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
P119 Ammonium vanadate Vanadium (measured in wastewaters only) 7440-62-2 4.3 STABL
P120 Vanadium pentoxide Vanadium (measured in wastewaters only) 7440-62-2 4.3 STABL
P121 Zinc cyanide Cyanides (Total)7 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)7 57-12-5 0.86 30
P122 Zinc phosphide Zn3P2, when present at concentrations greater than 10%. Zinc Phosphide 1314-84-7 CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
P123 Toxaphene Toxaphene 8001-35-2 0.0095 2.6
P127 Carbofuran10 Carbofuran 1563-66-2 0.006; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.14; or CMBST
P128 Mexacarbate10 Mexacarbate 315-18-4 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P185 Tirpate10 Tirpate 26419-73-8 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.28; or CMBST
P188 Physostigmine salicylate10 Physostigmine salicylate 57-64-7 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P189 Carbosulfan10 Carbosulfan 55285-14-8 0.028; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P190 Metolcarb10 Metolcarb 1129-41-5 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P191 Dimetilan10 Dimetilan 644-64-4 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P192 Isolan10 Isolan 119-38-0 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P194 Oxamyl10 Oxamyl 23135-22-0 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.28; or CMBST
P196 Manganese dimethyldithio-carbamate10 Dithiocarbamates (total) NA 0.028; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 28; or CMBST
P197 Formparanate10 Formparante 17702-57-7 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P198 Formetanate hydrochloride10 Formetanate hydrochloride 23422-53-9 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P199 Methiocarb10 Methiocarb 2032-65-7 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P201 Promecarb10 Promecarb 2631-37-0 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P202 m-Cumenyl methylcarbamate10 m-Cumenyl methylcarbamate 64-00-6 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P203 Aldicarb sulfone10 Aldicarb sulfone 1646-88-4 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.28; or CMBST
P204 Physostigmine10 Physostigmine 57-47-6 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
P205 Ziram10 Dithiocarbamates (total) NA 0.028; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 28; or CMBST
U001 Acetaldehyde Acetaldehyde 75-07-0 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U002 Acetone Acetone 67-64-1 0.28 160
U003 Acetonitrile Acetonitrile 75-05-8 5.6 CMBST
Acetonitrile; alternate6 standard for nonwastewaters only 75-05-8 NA 38
U004 Acetophenone Acetophenone 98-86-2 0.010 9.7
U005 2-Acetylaminofluorene 2-Acetylaminofluorene 53-96-3 0.059 140
U006 Acetyl chloride Acetyl Chloride 75-36-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U007 Acrylamide Acrylamide 79-06-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U008 Acrylic acid Acrylic acid 79-10-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U009 Acrylonitrile Acrylonitrile 107-13-1 0.24 84
U010 Mitomycin C Mitomycin C 50-07-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U011 Amitrole Amitrole 61-82-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U012 Aniline Aniline 62-53-3 0.81 14
U014 Auramine Auramine 492-80-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U015 Azaserine Azaserine 115-02-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U016 Benz(c)acridine Benz(c)acridine 225-51-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U017 Benzal chloride Benzal chloride 98-87-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U018 Benz(a)anthracene Benz(a)anthracene 56-55-3 0.059 3.4
U019 Benzene Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
U020 Benzenesulfonyl chloride Benzenesulfonyl chloride 98-09-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U021 Benzidine Benzidine 92-87-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U022 Benzo(a)pyrene Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
U023 Benzotrichloride Benzotrichloride 98-07-7 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOCS; CHRED; or CMBST
U024 bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane bis(2)Chloroethoxy)methane 111-91-1 0.036 7.2
U025 bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 111-44-4 0.033 6.0
U026 Chlornaphazine Chlornaphazine 494-03-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U027 bis(2-Chloroisopropyl)ether bis(2-Chloroisopropyl)ether 39638-32-9 0.055 7.2
U028 bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate 117-81-7 0.28 28
U029 Methyl bromide (Bromomethane) Methyl bromide (Bromomethane) 74-83-9 0.11 15
U030 4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 101-55-3 0.055 15
U031 n-Butyl alcohol n-Butyl alcohol 71-36-3 5.6 2.6
U032 Calcium chromate Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/L TCLP
U033 Carbon oxyfluoride Carbon oxyfluoride 353-50-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U034 Trichloroacetaldehyde (Chloral) Trichloroacetaldehyde (Chloral) 75-87-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U035 Chlorambucil Chlorambucil 305-03-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U036 Chlordane Chlordane (alpha and gamma isomers) 57-74-9 0.0033 0.26
U037 Chlorobenzene Chlorobenzene 108-90-7 0.057 60
U038 Chlorobenzilate Chlorobenzilate 510-15-6 0.10 CMBST
U039 p-Chloro-m-cresol p-Chloro-m-cresol 59-50-7 0.018 14
U041 Epichlorohydrin (1-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane) Epichlorohydrin (1-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane) 106-89-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U042 2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 110-75-8 0.062 CMBST
U043 Vinyl chloride Vinyl chloride 75-01-4 0.27 6.0
U044 Chloroform Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 6.0
U045 Chloromethane (Methyl chloride) Chloromethane (Methyl chloride) 74-87-3 0.19 30
U046 Chloromethyl methyl ether Chloromethyl methyl ether 107-30-2 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U047 2-Chloronaphthalene 2-Chloronaphthalene 91-58-7 0.055 5.6
U048 2-Chlorophenol 2-Chlorophenol 95-57-8 0.044 5.7
U049 4-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride 4-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride 3165-93-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U050 Chrysene Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
U051 Creosote Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
Pentachlorophenol 87-86-5 0.089 7.4
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
U052 Cresols (Cresylic acid) o-Cresol 95-48-7 0.11 5.6
m-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from p-cresol) 108-39-4 0.77 5.6
p-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from m-cresol) 106-44-5 0.77 5.6
Cresol-mixed isomers (Cresylic acid) (sum of o- m-, and p-cresol concentrations) 1319-77-3 0.88 11.2
U053 Crotonaldehyde Crotonaldehyde 4170-30-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U055 Cumene Cumene 98-82-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U056 Cyclohexane Cyclohexane 110-82-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U057 Cyclohexanone Cyclohexanone 108-94-1 0.36 CMBST
Cyclohexanone; alternate6 standard for nonwastewaters only 108-94-1 NA 0.75 mg/L TCLP
U058 Cyclophosphamide Cyclophosphamide 50-18-0 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U059 Daunomycin Daunomycin 20830-81-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U060 DDD o,p′-DDD 53-19-0 0.023 0.087
p,p′-DDD 72-54-8 0.023 0.087
U061 DDT o-p′-DDT 789-02-6 0.0039 0.087
p,p′-DDT 50-29-3 0.0039 0.087
o,p′-DDD 53-19-0 0.023 0.087
p,p′-DDD 72-54-8 0.023 0.087
o,p′-DDE 3424-82-6 0.031 0.087
p,p′-DDE 72-55-9 0.031 0.087
U062 Diallate Diallate 2303-16-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U063 Dibenz(a,h)anthracene Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
U064 Dibenz(a,i)pyrene Dibenz(a,i)pyrene 189-55-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U066 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 96-12-8 0.11 15
U067 Ethylene dibromide (1,2-Dibromoethane) Ethylene dibromide (1,2-Dibromoethane) 106-93-4 0.028 15
U068 Dibromomethane Dibromomethane 74-95-3 0.11 15
U069 Di-n-butyl phthalate Di-n-butyl phthalate 84-74-2 0.057 28
U070 o-Dichlorobenzene o-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 0.088 6.0
U071 m-Dichlorobenzene m-Dichlorobenzene 541-73-1 0.036 6.0
U072 p-Dichlorobenzene p-Dichlorobenzene 106-46-7 0.090 6.0
U073 3,3′-Dichlorobenzidine 3,3′-Dichlorobenzidine 91-94-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U074 1,4-Dichloro-2-butene cis,1,4-Dichloro-2-butene 1476-11-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
trans-1,4-Dichloro-2-butene 764-41-0 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U075 Dichlorodifluoromethane Dichlorodifluoromethane 75-71-8 0.23 7.2
U076 1,1-Dichloroethane 1,1-Dichloroethane 75-34-3 0.059 6.0
U077 1,2-Dichloroethane 1,2-Dichloroethane 107-06-2 0.21 6.0
U078 1,1-Dichloroethylene 1,1-Dichloroethylene 75-35-4 0.025 6.0
U079 1,2-Dichloroethylene trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156-60-5 0.054 30
U080 Methylene chloride Methylene chloride 75-09-2 0.089 30
U081 2,4-Dichlorophenol 2,4-Dichlorophenol 120-83-2 0.044 14
U082 2,6-Dichlorophenol 2,6-Dichlorophenol 87-65-0 0.044 14
U083 1,2-Dichloropropane 1,2-Dichloropropane 78-87-5 0.85 18
U084 1,3-Dichloropropylene cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene 10061-01-5 0.036 18
trans-1,3-Dichloropropylene 10061-02-6 0.036 18
U085 1,2:3,4-Diepoxybutane 1,2,3,4-Diepoxybutane 1464-53-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U086 N,N′-Diethylhydrazine N,N′-Diethylhydrazine 1615-80-1 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
U087 O,O-Diethyl S-methyldithiophosphate O,O-Diethyl S-methyldithiophosphate 3288-58-2 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U088 Diethyl phthalate Diethyl phthalate 84-66-2 0.20 28
U089 Diethyl stilbestrol Diethyl stilbestrol 56-53-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U090 Dihydrosafrole Dihydrosafrole 94-58-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U091 3,3′-Dimethoxybenzidine 3,3′-Dimethoxybenzidine 119-90-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U092 Dimethylamine Dimethylamine 124-40-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U093 p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene 60-11-7 0.13 CMBST
U094 7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene 7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene 57-97-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U095 3,3′-Dimethylbenzidine 3,3′-Dimethylbenzidine 119-93-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U096 alpha, alpha-Dimethyl benzyl hydroperoxide alpha, alpha-Dimethyl benzyl hydroperoxide 80-15-9 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBSt CHOXD, CHRED; or CMBST
U097 Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride 79-44-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U098 1,1-Dimethylhydrazine 1,1-Dimethylhydrazine 57-14-7 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
U099 1,2-Dimethylhydrazine 1,2-Dimethylhydrazine 540-73-8 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
U101 2,4-Dimethylphenol 2,4-Dimethylphenol 105-67-9 0.036 14
U102 Dimethyl phthalate Dimethyl phthalate 131-11-3 0.047 28
U103 Dimethyl sulfate Dimethyl sulfate 77-78-1 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
U105 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121-14-2 0.32 140
U106 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 606-20-2 0.55 28
U107 Di-n-octyl phthalate Di-n-octyl phthalate 117-84-0 0.017 28
U108 1,4-Dioxane 1,4-Dioxane 123-91-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
1,4-Dioxane, alternate6 123-91-1 12.0 170
U109 1,2-Diphenylhydrazine 1,2-Diphenylhydrazine 122-66-7 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
1,2-Diphenylhydrazine; alternate6 standard for wastewaters only 122-66-7 0.087 NA
U110 Dipropylamine Dipropylamine 142-84-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U111 Di-n-propylnitrosamine Di-n-propylnitrosamine 621-64-7 0.40 14
U112 Ethyl acetate Ethyl acetate 141-78-6 0.34 33
U113 Ethyl acrylate Ethyl acrylate 140-88-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U114 Ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid salts and esters Ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid 111-54-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U115 Ethylene oxide Ethylene oxide 75-21-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CHOXD; or CMBST
Ethylene oxide; alternate6 standard for wastewaters only 75-21-8 0.12 NA
U116 Ethylene thiourea Ethylene thiourea 96-45-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U117 Ethyl ether Ethyl ether 60-29-7 0.12 160
U118 Ethyl methacrylate Ethyl methacrylate 97-63-2 0.14 160
U119 Ethyl methane sulfonate Ethyl methane sulfonate 62-50-0 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U120 Fluoranthene Fluoranthene 206-44-0 0.068 3.4
U121 Trichlorofluoromethane Trichlorofluoromethane 75-69-4 0.020 30
U122 Formaldehyde Formaldehyde 50-00-0 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U123 Formic acid Formic acid 64-18-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U124 Furan Furan 110-00-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U125 Furfural Furfural 98-01-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U126 Gylcidyaldehyde Glycidyaldehyde 765-34-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U127 Hexachlorobenzene Hexachlorobenzene 118-74-1 0.055 10
U128 Hexachlorobutadiene Hexachlorobutadiene 87-68-3 0.055 5.6
U129 Lindane alpha-BHC 319-84-6 0.00014 0.066
beta-BHC 319-85-7 0.00014 0.066
delta-BHC 319-86-8 0.023 0.066
gamma-BHC (Lindane) 58-89-9 0.0017 0.066
U130 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77-47-4 0.057 2.4
U131 Hexachloroethane Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 0.055 30
U132 Hexachlorophene Hexachlorophene 70-30-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U133 Hydrazine Hydrazine 302-01-2 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
U134 Hydrogen fluoride Fluoride (measured in wastewaters only) 7664-39-3 35 ADGAS fb NEUTR; or NEUTR
U135 Hydrogen Sulfide Hydrogen Sulfide 7783-06-4 CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
U136 Cacodylic acid Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/L TCLP
U137 Indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
U138 Iodomethane Iodomethane 74-88-4 0.19 65
U140 Isobutyl alcohol Isobutyl alcohol 78-83-1 5.6 170
U141 Isosafrole Isosafrole 120-58-1 0.081 2.6
U142 Kepone Kepone 143-50-8 0.0011 0.13
U143 Lasiocarpine Lasiocarpine 303-34-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U144 Lead acetate Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
U145 Lead phosphate Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
U146 Lead subacetate Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/L TCLP
U147 Maleic anhydride Maleic anhydride 108-31-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U148 Maleic hydrazide Maleic hydrazide 123-33-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U149 Malononitrile Malononitrile 109-77-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U150 Melphalan Malphalan 148-82-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U151 U151 (mercury) nonwastewaters that contain greater than or equal to 260 mg/kg total mercury. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA RMERC
U151 (mercury) nonwastewaters that contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury and that are residues from RMERC only. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.20 mg/L TCLP
U151 (mercury) nonwastewaters that contain less than 260 mg/kg total mercury and that are not residues from RMERC. Mercury 7439-97-6 NA 0.025 mg/L TCLP
All U151 (mercury) wastewaters. Mercury 7439-97-6 0.15 NA
Elemental Mercury Contaminated with Radioactive Materials Mercury 7439-97-6 NA AMLGM
U152 Methacrylonitrile Methacrylonitrile 126-98-7 0.24 84
U153 Methanethiol Methanethiol 74-93-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U154 Methanol Methanol 67-56-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
Methanol; alternate6 set of standards for both wastewaters and nonwastewaters 67-56-1 5.6 0.75 mg/L TCLP
U155 Methapyrilene Methapyrilene 91-80-5 0.081 1.5
U156 Methyl chlorocarbonate Methyl chlorocarbonate 79-22-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U157 3-Methylcholanthrene 3-Methylcholanthrene 56-49-5 0.0055 15
U158 4,4′-Methylene bis(2-chloroaniline) 4,4′-Methylene bis(2-chloroaniline) 101-14-4 0.50 30
U159 Methyl ethyl ketone Methyl ethyl ketone 78-93-3 0.28 36
U160 Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide 1338-23-4 CHOXD; CHRED; CARBN; BIODG; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
U161 Methyl isobutyl ketone Methyl isobutyl ketone 108-10-1 0.14 33
U162 Methyl methacrylate Methyl methacrylate 80-62-6 0.14 160
U163 N-Methyl N′-nitro N-nitrosoguanidine N-Methyl N′-nitro N-nitrosoguanidine 70-25-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U164 Methylthiouracil Methylthiouracil 56-04-2 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U165 Naphthalene Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
U166 1,4-Naphthoquinone 1,4-Naphthoquinone 130-15-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U167 1-Naphthylamine 1-Naphthylamine 134-32-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U168 2-Naphthylamine 2-Naphthylamine 91-59-8 0.52 CMBST
U169 Nitrobenzene Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.068 14
U170 p-Nitrophenol p-Nitrophenol 100-02-7 0.12 29
U171 2-Nitropropane 2-Nitropropane 79-46-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U172 N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine 924-16-3 0.040 17
U173 N-Nitrosodiethanolamine N-Nitrosodiethanolamine 1116-54-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U174 N-Nitrosodiethylamine N-Nitrosodiethylamine 55-18-5 0.40 28
U176 N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea 759-73-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U177 N-Nitroso-N-methylurea N-Nitroso-N-methylurea 684-93-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U178 N-Nitroso-N-methylurethane N-Nitroso-N-methylurethane 615-53-2 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U179 N-Nitrosopiperidine N-Nitrosopiperidine 100-75-4 0.013 35
U180 N-Nitrosopyrrolidine N-Nitrosopyrrolidine 930-55-2 0.013 35
U181 5-Nitro-o-toluidine 5-Nitro-o-toluidine 99-55-8 0.32 28
U182 Paraldehyde Paraldehyde 123-63-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U183 Pentachlorobenzene Pentachlorobenzene 608-93-5 0.055 10
U184 Pentachloroethane Pentachloroethane 76-01-7 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
Pentachloroethane; alternate6 standards for both wastewaters and nonwastewaters 76-01-7 0.055 6.0
U185 Pentachloronitrobenzene Pentachloronitrobenzene 82-68-8 0.055 4.8
U186 1,3-Pentadiene 1,3-Pentadiene 504-60-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U187 Phenacetin Phenacetin 62-44-2 0.081 16
U188 Phenol Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
U189 Phosphorus sulfide Phosphorus sulfide 1314-80-3 CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST CHOXd; CHRED; or CMBST
U190 Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 100-21-0 0.055 28
Phthalic anhydride (measured as Phthalic acid or Terephthalic acid) 85-44-9 0.055 28
U191 2-Picoline 2-Picoline 109-06-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U192 Pronamide Pronamide 23950-58-5 0.093 1.5
U193 1,3-Propane sultone 1,3-Propane sultone 1120-71-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U194 n-Propylamine n-Propylamine 107-10-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U196 Pyridine Pyridine 110-86-1 0.014 16
U197 p-Benzoquinone p-Benzoquinone 106-51-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U200 Reserpine Reserpine 50-55-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U201 Resorcinol Resorcinol 108-46-3 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U203 Safrole Safrole 94-59-7 0.081 22
U204 Selenium dioxide Selenium 7782-49-2 0.82 5.7 mg/L TCLP
U205 Selenium sulfide Selenium 7782-49-2 0.82 5.7 mg/L TCLP
U206 Streptozotocin Streptozotocin 18883-66-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U207 1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-5 0.055 14
U208 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630-20-6 0.057 6.0
U209 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79-34-5 0.057 6.0
U210 Tetrachloroethylene Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
U211 Carbon tetrachloride Carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 0.057 6.0
U213 Tetrahydrofuran Tetrahydrofuran 109-99-9 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U214 Thallium (I) acetate Thallium (measured in wastewaters only) 7440-28-0 1.4 RTHRM; or STABL
U215 Thallium (I) carbonate Thallium (measured in wastewaters only) 7440-28-0 1.4 RTHRM; or STABL
U216 Thallium (I) chloride Thallium (measured in wastewaters only) 7440-28-0 1.4 RTHRM; or STABL
U217 Thallium (I) nitrate Thallium (measured in wastewaters only) 7440-28-0 1.4 RTHRM; or STABL
U218 Thioacetamide Thioacetamide 62-55-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U219 Thiourea Thiourea 62-56-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U220 Toluene Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
U221 Toluenediamine Toluenediamine 25376-45-8 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U222 o-Toluidine hydrochloride o-Toluidine hydrochloride 636-21-5 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U223 Toluene diisocyanate Toluene diisocyanate 26471-62-5 CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U225 Bromoform (Tribromomethane) Bromoform (Tribromomethane) 75-25-2 0.63 15
U226 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
U227 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79-00-5 0.054 6.0
U228 Trichloroethylene Trichloroethylene 79-01-6 0.054 6.0
U234 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene 99-35-4 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U235 tris-(2,3-Dibromopropyl)-phosphate tris-(2,3-Dibromopropyl)-phosphate 126-72-7 0.11 0.10
U236 Trypan Blue Trypan Blue 72-57-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U237 Uracil mustard Uracil mustard 66-75-1 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U238 Urethane (Ethyl carbamate) Urethane (Ethyl carbamate) 51-79-6 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U239 Xylenes Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
U240 2,4-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) 2,4-D(2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) 94-75-7 0.72 10
2,4-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) salts and esters NA (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U243 Hexachloropropylene Hexachloropropylene 1888-71-7 0.035 30
U244 Thiram Thiram 137-26-8 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U246 Cyanogen bromide Cyanogen bromide 506-68-3 CHOXD; WETOX; or CMBST CHOXD; WETOX; or CMBST
U247 Methoxychlor Methoxychlor 72-43-5 0.25 0.18
U248 Warfarin, & salts, when present at concentrations of 0.3% or less Warfarin 81-81-2 (WETOX or CHOXD) fb CARBN; or CMBST CMBST
U249 Zinc phosphide, Zn3,P2, when present at concentrations of 10% or less Zinc Phosphide 1314-84-7 CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST CHOXD; CHRED; or CMBST
U271 Benomyl10 Benomyl 17804-35-2 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U278 Bendiocarb10 Bendiocarb 22781-23-3 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U279 Carbaryl10 Carbaryl 63-25-2 0.006; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 0.14; or CMBST
U280 Barban10 Barban 101-27-9 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U328 o-Toluidine o-Toluidine 95-53-4 CMBST; or CHOXD fb (BIODG or CARBN); or BIODG fb CARBN CMBST
U353 p-Toluidine p-Toluidine 106-49-0 CMBST; or CHOXD fb (BIODG or CARBN); or BIODG fb CARBN CMBST
U359 2-Ethoxyethanol 2-Ethoxyethanol 110-80-5 CMBST; or CHOXD fb (BIODG or CARBN); or BIODG fb CARBN CMBST
U364 Bendiocarb phenol10 Bendiocarb phenol 22961-82-6 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U367 Carbofuran phenol10 Carbofuran phenol 1563-38-8 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U372 Carbendazim10 Carbendazim 10605-21-7 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U373 Propham10 Propham 122-42-9 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U387 Prosulfocarb10 Prosulfocarb 52888-80-9 0.042; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U389 Triallate10 Triallate 2303-17-5 0.042; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U394 A221310 A2213 30558-43-1 0.042; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U395 Diethylene glycol, dicarbamate10 Diethylene glycol, dicarbamate 5952-26-1 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U404 Triethylamine10 Triethylamine 121-44-8 0.081; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.5; or CMBST
U409 Thiophanate-methyl10 Thiophanate-methyl 23564-05-8 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U410 Thiodicarb10 Thiodicarb 59669-26-0 0.019; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST
U411 Propoxur10 Propoxur 114-26-1 0.056; or CMBST, CHOXD, BIODG or CARBN 1.4; or CMBST

Footnotes to Treatment Standard Table 268.40

1 The waste descriptions provided in this table do not replace waste descriptions in 40 CFR 261. Descriptions of Treatment/Regulatory Subcategories are provided, as needed, to distinguish between applicability of different standards.
2 CAS means Chemical Abstract Services. When the waste code and/or regulated constituents are described as a combination of a chemical with its salts and/or esters, the CAS number is given for the parent compound only.
3 Concentration standards for wastewaters are expressed in mg/L and are based on analysis of composite samples.
4 All treatment standards expressed as a Technology Code or combination of Technology Codes are explained in detail in 40 CFR 268.42 Table 1 - Technology Codes and Descriptions of Technology-Based Standards.
5 Except for Metals (EP or TCLP) and Cyanides (Total and Amenable) the nonwastewater treatment standards expressed as a concentration were established, in part, based upon incineration in units operated in accordance with the technical requirements of 40 CFR Part 264 Subpart O or Part 265 Subpart O, or based upon combustion in fuel substitution units operating in accordance with applicable technical requirements. A facility may comply with these treatment standards according to provisions in 40 CFR 268.40(d). All concentration standards for nonwastewaters are based on analysis of grab samples.
6 [Reserved]
7 Both Cyanides (Total) and Cyanides (Amenable) for nonwastewaters are to be analyzed using Method 9010C or 9012B, found in “Test Methods' for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods,” EPA Publication SW-846, as incorporated by reference in 40 CFR 260.11, with a sample size of 10 grams and a distillation time of one hour and 15 minutes.
8 These wastes, when rendered nonhazardous and then subsequently managed in CWA, or CWA-equivalent systems are not subject to treatment standards. (See § 268.1(c0(3) and (4)).
9 These wastes, when rendered nonhazardous and then subsequently injected in a Class SDWA well, are not subject to treatment standards. (See § 148.1(d)).
10 The treatment standard for this waste may be satisfied by either meeting the constituent concentrations in this table or by treating the waste by the specified technologies: combustion, as defined by the technology code CMBST at § 268.42 Table 1 of this Part, for nonwastewaters; and biodegradation as defined by the technology code BIODG, carbon adsorption as defined by the technology code CARBN, chemical oxidation as defined by the technology code CHOXD, or combustion as defined as technology code CMBST at § 268.42 Table 1 of this Part, for wastewaters.
11 For these wastes, the definition of CMBST is limited to: (1) combustion units operating under 40 CFR 266, (2) combustion units permitted under 40 CFR Part 264, Subpart O, or (3) combustion units operating under 40 CFR 265, Subpart O, which have obtained a determination of equivalent treatment under 268.42(b).
12 Disposal of K175 wastes that have complied with all applicable 40 CFR 268.40 treatment standards must also be macroencapsulated in accordance with 40 CFR 268.45 Table 1 unless the waste is placed in:
(1) A Subtitle C monofill containing only K175 wastes that meet all applicable 40 CFR 268.40 treatment standards; or
(2) A dedicated Subtitle C landfill cell in which all other wastes being co-disposed are at pH≤6.0.

[59 FR 48046, Sept. 19, 1994]

§ 268.41 Treatment standards expressed as concentrations in waste extract.

For the requirements previously found in this section and for treatment standards in Table CCWE - Constituent Concentrations in Waste Extracts, refer to § 268.40.

[59 FR 48103, Sept. 19, 1994]

§ 268.42 Treatment standards expressed as specified technologies.
Note:

For the requirements previously found in this section in Table 2 - Technology-Based Standards By RCRA Waste Code, and Table 3 - Technology-Based Standards for Specific Radioactive Hazardous Mixed Waste, refer to § 268.40.

(a) The following wastes in the table in § 268.40 “Treatment Standards for Hazardous Wastes,” for which standards are expressed as a treatment method rather than a concentration level, must be treated using the technology or technologies specified in the table entitled “Technology Codes and Description of Technology-Based Standards” in this section.

Table 1 - Technology Codes and Description of Technology-Based Standards

Technology code Description of technology-based standards
ADGAS: Venting of compressed gases into an absorbing or reacting media (i.e., solid or liquid) - venting can be accomplished through physical release utilizing valves/piping; physical penetration of the container; and/or penetration through detonation.
AMLGM: Amalgamation of liquid, elemental mercury contaminated with radioactive materials utilizing inorganic reagents such as copper, zinc, nickel, gold, and sulfur that result in a nonliquid, semi-solid amalgam and thereby reducing potential emissions of elemental mercury vapors to the air.
BIODG: Biodegradation of organics or non-metallic inorganics (i.e., degradable inorganics that contain the elements of phosphorus, nitrogen, and sulfur) in units operated under either aerobic or anaerobic conditions such that a surrogate compound or indicator parameter has been substantially reduced in concentration in the residuals (e.g., Total Organic Carbon can often be used as an indicator parameter for the biodegradation of many organic constituents that cannot be directly analyzed in wastewater residues).
CARBN: Carbon adsorption (granulated or powdered) of non-metallic inorganics, organo-metallics, and/or organic constituents, operated such that a surrogate compound or indicator parameter has not undergone breakthrough (e.g., Total Organic Carbon can often be used as an indicator parameter for the adsorption of many organic constituents that cannot be directly analyzed in wastewater residues). Breakthrough occurs when the carbon has become saturated with the constituent (or indicator parameter) and substantial change in adsorption rate associated with that constituent occurs.
CHOXD: Chemical or electrolytic oxidation utilizing the following oxidation reagents (or waste reagents) or combinations of reagents: (1) Hypochlorite (e.g., bleach); (2) chlorine; (3) chlorine dioxide; (4) ozone or UV (ultraviolet light) assisted ozone; (5) peroxides; (6) persulfates; (7) perchlorates; (8) permangantes; and/or (9) other oxidizing reagents of equivalent efficiency, performed in units operated such that a surrogate compound or indicator parameter has been substantially reduced in concentration in the residuals (e.g., Total Organic Carbon can often be used as an indicator parameter for the oxidation of many organic constituents that cannot be directly analyzed in wastewater residues). Chemical oxidation specifically includes what is commonly referred to as alkaline chlorination.
CHRED: Chemical reduction utilizing the following reducing reagents (or waste reagents) or combinations of reagents: (1) Sulfur dioxide; (2) sodium, potassium, or alkali salts or sulfites, bisulfites, metabisulfites, and polyethylene glycols (e.g., NaPEG and KPEG); (3) sodium hydrosulfide; (4) ferrous salts; and/or (5) other reducing reagents of equivalent efficiency, performed in units operated such that a surrogate compound or indicator parameter has been substantially reduced in concentration in the residuals (e.g., Total Organic Halogens can often be used as an indicator parameter for the reduction of many halogenated organic constituents that cannot be directly analyzed in wastewater residues). Chemical reduction is commonly used for the reduction of hexavalent chromium to the trivalent state.
CMBST: High temperature organic destruction technologies, such as combustion in incinerators, boilers, or industrial furnaces operated in accordance with the applicable requirements of 40 CFR part 264, subpart O, or 40 CFR part 265, subpart O, or 40 CFR part 266, subpart H, and in other units operated in accordance with applicable technical operating requirements; and certain non-combustive technologies, such as the Catalytic Extraction Process.
DEACT: Deactivation to remove the hazardous characteristics of a waste due to its ignitability, corrosivity, and/or reactivity.
FSUBS: Fuel substitution in units operated in accordance with applicable technical operating requirements.
HLVIT: Vitrification of high level mixed radioactive wastes in units in compliance with all applicable radioactive protection requirements under control of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
IMERC: Incineration of wastes containing organics and mercury in units operated in accordance with the technical operating requirements of 40 CFR part 264 subpart 0 and part 265 subpart 0. All wastewater and nonwastewater residues derived from this process must then comply with the corresponding treatment standards per waste code with consideration of any applicable subcategories (e.g., High or Low Mercury Subcategories).
INCIN: Incineration in units operated in accordance with the technical operating requirements of 40 CFR part 264 subpart 0 and part 265 subpart 0.
LLEXT: Liquid-liquid extraction (often referred to as solvent extraction) of organics from liquid wastes into an immiscible solvent for which the hazardous constituents have a greater solvent affinity, resulting in an extract high in organics that must undergo either incineration, reuse as a fuel, or other recovery/reuse and a raffinate (extracted liquid waste) proportionately low in organics that must undergo further treatment as specified in the standard.
MACRO: Macroencapsulation with surface coating materials such as polymeric organics (e.g., resins and plastics) or with a jacket of inert inorganic materials to substantially reduce surface exposure to potential leaching media. Macroencapsulation specifically does not include any material that would be classified as a tank or container according to 40 CFR 260.10.
NEUTR: Neutralization with the following reagents (or waste reagents) or combinations of reagents: (1) Acids; (2) bases; or (3) water (including wastewaters) resulting in a pH greater than 2 but less than 12.5 as measured in the aqueous residuals.
NLDBR: No land disposal based on recycling.
POLYM: Formation of complex high-molecular weight solids through polymerization of monomers in high-TOC D001 non-wastewaters which are chemical components in the manufacture of plastics.
PRECP: Chemical precipitation of metals and other inorganics as insoluble precipitates of oxides, hydroxides, carbonates, sulfides, sulfates, chlorides, fluorides, or phosphates. The following reagents (or waste reagents) are typically used alone or in combination: (1) Lime (i.e., containing oxides and/or hydroxides of calcium and/or magnesium; (2) caustic (i.e., sodium and/or potassium hydroxides; (3) soda ash (i.e., sodium carbonate); (4) sodium sulfide; (5) ferric sulfate or ferric chloride; (6) alum; or (7) sodium sulfate. Additional floculating, coagulation or similar reagents/processes that enhance sludge dewatering characteristics are not precluded from use.
RBERY: Thermal recovery of Beryllium.
RCGAS: Recovery/reuse of compressed gases including techniques such as reprocessing of the gases for reuse/resale; filtering/adsorption of impurities; remixing for direct reuse or resale; and use of the gas as a fuel source.
RCORR: Recovery of acids or bases utilizing one or more of the following recovery technologies: (1) Distillation (i.e., thermal concentration); (2) ion exchange; (3) resin or solid adsorption; (4) reverse osmosis; and/or (5) incineration for the recovery of acid - Note: this does not preclude the use of other physical phase separation or concentration techniques such as decantation, filtration (including ultrafiltration), and centrifugation, when used in conjunction with the above listed recovery technologies.
RLEAD: Thermal recovery of lead in secondary lead smelters.
RMERC: Retorting or roasting in a thermal processing unit capable of volatilizing mercury and subsequently condensing the volatilized mercury for recovery. The retorting or roasting unit (or facility) must be subject to one or more of the following: (a) a National Emissions Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) for mercury; (b) a Best Available Control Technology (BACT) or a Lowest Achievable Emission Rate (LAER) standard for mercury imposed pursuant to a Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permit; or (c) a state permit that establishes emission limitations (within meaning of section 302 of the Clean Air Act) for mercury. All wastewater and nonwastewater residues derived from this process must then comply with the corresponding treatment standards per waste code with consideration of any applicable subcategories (e.g., High or Low Mercury Subcategories).
RMETL: Recovery of metals or inorganics utilizing one or more of the following direct physical/removal technologies: (1) Ion exchange; (2) resin or solid (i.e., zeolites) adsorption; (3) reverse osmosis; (4) chelation/solvent extraction; (5) freeze crystalization; (6) ultrafiltration and/or (7) simple precipitation (i.e., crystalization) - Note: This does not preclude the use of other physical phase separation or concentration techniques such as decantation, filtration (including ultrafiltration), and centrifugation, when used in conjunction with the above listed recovery technologies.
RORGS: Recovery of organics utilizing one or more of the following technologies: (1) Distillation; (2) thin film evaporation; (3) steam stripping; (4) carbon adsorption; (5) critical fluid extraction; (6) liquid-liquid extraction; (7) precipitation/crystalization (including freeze crystallization); or (8) chemical phase separation techniques (i.e., addition of acids, bases, demulsifiers, or similar chemicals); - Note: this does not preclude the use of other physical phase separation techniques such as a decantation, filtration (including ultrafiltration), and centrifugation, when used in conjunction with the above listed recovery technologies.
RTHRM: Thermal recovery of metals or inorganics from nonwastewaters in units identified as industrial furnaces according to 40 CFR 260.10 (1), (6), (7), (11), and (12) under the definition of “industrial furnaces”.
RZINC: Resmelting in high temperature metal recovery units for the purpose of recovery of zinc.
STABL: Stabilization with the following reagents (or waste reagents) or combinations of reagents: (1) Portland cement; or (2) lime/pozzolans (e.g., fly ash and cement kiln dust) - this does not preclude the addition of reagents (e.g., iron salts, silicates, and clays) designed to enhance the set/cure time and/or compressive strength, or to overall reduce the leachability of the metal or inorganic.
SSTRP: Steam stripping of organics from liquid wastes utilizing direct application of steam to the wastes operated such that liquid and vapor flow rates, as well as temperature and pressure ranges, have been optimized, monitored, and maintained. These operating parameters are dependent upon the design parameters of the unit, such as the number of separation stages and the internal column design, thus, resulting in a condensed extract high in organics that must undergo either incineration, reuse as a fuel, or other recovery/reuse and an extracted wastewater that must undergo further treatment as specified in the standard.
VTD: Vacuum thermal desorption of low-level radioactive hazardous mixed waste in units in compliance with all applicable radioactive protection requirements under control of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
WETOX: Wet air oxidation performed in units operated such that a surrogate compound or indicator parameter has been substantially reduced in concentration in the residuals (e.g., Total Organic Carbon can often be used as an indicator parameter for the oxidation of many organic constituents that cannot be directly analyzed in wastewater residues).
WTRRX: Controlled reaction with water for highly reactive inorganic or organic chemicals with precautionary controls for protection of workers from potential violent reactions as well as precautionary controls for potential emissions of toxic/ignitable levels of gases released during the reaction.

(b) Any person may submit an application to the Administrator demonstrating that an alternative treatment method can achieve a measure of performance equivalent to that achieved by methods specified in paragraphs (a), (c), and (d) of this section for wastes or specified in Table 1 of § 268.45 for hazardous debris. The applicant must submit information demonstrating that his treatment method is in compliance with federal, state, and local requirements and is protective of human health and the environment. On the basis of such information and any other available information, the Administrator may approve the use of the alternative treatment method if he finds that the alternative treatment method provides a measure of performance equivalent to that achieved by methods specified in paragraphs (a), (c), and (d) of this section for wastes or in Table 1 of § 268.45 for hazardous debris. Any approval must be stated in writing and may contain such provisions and conditions as the Administrator deems appropriate. The person to whom such approval is issued must comply with all limitations contained in such a determination.

(c) As an alternative to the otherwise applicable subpart D treatment standards, lab packs are eligible for land disposal provided the following requirements are met:

(1) The lab packs comply with the applicable provisions of 40 CFR 264.316 and 40 CFR 265.316;

(2) The lab pack does not contain any of the wastes listed in Appendix IV to part 268;

(3) The lab packs are incinerated in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR part 264, subpart O or 40 CFR part 265, subpart O; and

(4) Any incinerator residues from lab packs containing D004, D005, D006, D007, D008, D010, and D011 are treated in compliance with the applicable treatment standards specified for such wastes in subpart D of this part.

(d) Radioactive hazardous mixed wastes are subject to the treatment standards in § 268.40. Where treatment standards are specified for radioactive mixed wastes in the Table of Treatment Standards, those treatment standards will govern. Where there is no specific treatment standard for radioactive mixed waste, the treatment standard for the hazardous waste (as designated by EPA waste code) applies. Hazardous debris containing radioactive waste is subject to the treatment standards specified in § 268.45.

[51 FR 40642, Nov. 7, 1986, as amended at 52 FR 25790, July 8, 1987; 55 FR 22692, June 1, 1990; 56 FR 3884, Jan. 31, 1991; 57 FR 8089, Mar. 6, 1992; 57 FR 37273, Aug. 18, 1992; 58 FR 29885, May 24, 1993; 59 FR 31552, June 20, 1994; 59 FR 48103, Sept. 19, 1994; 60 FR 302, Jan. 3, 1995; 61 FR 15654, Apr. 8, 1996; 62 FR 26025, May 12, 1997; 63 FR 28738, May 26, 1998; 71 FR 40278, July 14, 2006; 73 FR 27767, May 14, 2008]

§ 268.43 Treatment standards expressed as waste concentrations.

For the requirements previously found in this section and for treatment standards in Table CCW - Constituent Concentrations in Wastes, refer to § 268.40.

[59 FR 48103, Sept. 19, 1994]

§ 268.44 Variance from a treatment standard.

(a) Based on a petition filed by a generator or treater of hazardous waste, the Administrator may approve a variance from an applicable treatment standard if:

(1) It is not physically possible to treat the waste to the level specified in the treatment standard, or by the method specified as the treatment standard. To show that this is the case, the petitioner must demonstrate that because the physical or chemical properties of the waste differ significantly from waste analyzed in developing the treatment standard, the waste cannot be treated to the specified level or by the specified method; or

(2) It is inappropriate to require the waste to be treated to the level specified in the treatment standard or by the method specified as the treatment standard, even though such treatment is technically possible. To show that this is the case, the petitioner must either demonstrate that:

(i) Treatment to the specified level or by the specified method is technically inappropriate (for example, resulting in combustion of large amounts of mildly contaminated environmental media); or

(ii) For remediation waste only, treatment to the specified level or by the specified method is environmentally inappropriate because it would likely discourage aggressive remediation.

(b) Each petition must be submitted in accordance with the procedures in § 260.20.

(c) Each petition must include the following statement signed by the petitioner or an authorized representative:

I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the information submitted in this petition and all attached documents, and that, based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, I believe that the submitted information is true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.

(d) After receiving a petition for variance from a treatment standard, the Administrator may request any additional information or samples which he may require to evaluate the petition. Additional copies of the complete petition may be requested as needed to send to affected states and Regional Offices.

(e) The Administrator will give public notice in the Federal Register of the intent to approve or deny a petition and provide an opportunity for public comment. The final decision on a variance from a treatment standard will be published in the Federal Register.

(f) A generator, treatment facility, or disposal facility that is managing a waste covered by a variance from the treatment standards must comply with the waste analysis requirements for restricted wastes found under § 268.7.

(g) During the petition review process, the applicant is required to comply with all restrictions on land disposal under this part once the effective date for the waste has been reached.

(h) Based on a petition filed by a generator or treater of hazardous waste, the Administrator or his or her delegated representative may approve a site-specific variance from an applicable treatment standard if:

(1) It is not physically possible to treat the waste to the level specified in the treatment standard, or by the method specified as the treatment standard. To show that this is the case, the petitioner must demonstrate that because the physical or chemical properties of the waste differ significantly from waste analyzed in developing the treatment standard, the waste cannot be treated to the specified level or by the specified method; or

(2) It is inappropriate to require the waste to be treated to the level specified in the treatment standard or by the method specified as the treatment standard, even though such treatment is technically possible. To show that this is the case, the petitioner must either demonstrate that:

(i) Treatment to the specified level or by the specified method is technically inappropriate (for example, resulting in combustion of large amounts of mildly contaminated environmental media where the treatment standard is not based on combustion of such media); or

(ii) For remediation waste only, treatment to the specified level or by the specified method is environmentally inappropriate because it would likely discourage aggressive remediation.

(3) For contaminated soil only, treatment to the level or by the method specified in the soil treatment standards would result in concentrations of hazardous constituents that are below (i.e., lower than) the concentrations necessary to minimize short- and long-term threats to human health and the environment. Treatment variances approved under this paragraph must:

(i) At a minimum, impose alternative land disposal restriction treatment standards that, using a reasonable maximum exposure scenario:

(A) For carcinogens, achieve constituent concentrations that result in the total excess risk to an individual exposed over a lifetime generally falling within a range from 10−4 to 10−6; and

(B) For constituents with non-carcinogenic effects, achieve constituent concentrations that an individual could be exposed to on a daily basis without appreciable risk of deleterious effect during a lifetime.

(ii) Not consider post-land-disposal controls.

(4) For contaminated soil only, treatment to the level or by the method specified in the soil treatment standards would result in concentrations of hazardous constituents that are below (i.e., lower than) natural background concentrations at the site where the contaminated soil will land disposed.

(5) Public notice and a reasonable opportunity for public comment must be provided before granting or denying a petition.

(i) Each application for a site-specific variance from a treatment standard must include the information in § 260.20(b)(1)-(4);

(j) After receiving an application for a site-specific variance from a treatment standard, the Assistant Administrator, or his delegated representative, may request any additional information or samples which may be required to evaluate the application.

(k) A generator, treatment facility, or disposal facility that is managing a waste covered by a site-specific variance from a treatment standard must comply with the waste analysis requirements for restricted wastes found under § 268.7.

(l) During the application review process, the applicant for a site-specific variance must comply with all restrictions on land disposal under this part once the effective date for the waste has been reached.

(m) For all variances, the petitioner must also demonstrate that compliance with any given treatment variance is sufficient to minimize threats to human health and the environment posed by land disposal of the waste. In evaluating this demonstration, EPA may take into account whether a treatment variance should be approved if the subject waste is to be used in a manner constituting disposal pursuant to 40 CFR 266.20 through 266.23.

(n) [Reserved]

(o) The following facilities are excluded from the treatment standards under § 268.40, and are subject to the following constituent concentrations:

Table - Wastes Excluded From the Treatment Standards Under § 268.40

Facility name1 and address Waste code See also Regulated hazardous constituent Wastewaters Nonwastewaters
Concentration (mg/l) Notes Concentration (mg/kg) Notes
Craftsman Plating and Tinning, Corp., Chicago, IL F006 Table CCWE in 268.40 Cyanides (Total) 1.2 (2) 1800 (4)
Cyanides (Amenable) .86 (2 and3) 30 (4)
Cadmium 1.6 NA
Chromium .32 NA
Lead .040 NA
Nickel .44 NA
CWM Chemical Services, LLC, Model City, New York K0889 Standards under § 268.40 Arsenic 1.4 NA 5.0 mg/L TCLP NA
DuPont Environmental Treatment Chambers Works, Deepwater, NJ F039 Standards under § 268.40 1,3-phenylenediamine 1,3-PDA NA NA CMBST; CHOXD fb BIODG or CARBN; or BIODG fb CARBN (13)
Dupont Environmental Treatment - Chambers Works Wastewater Treatment Plant, Deepwater, NJ8 K088 Standards under § 268.40 Arsenic 1.4 NA 5.0 mg/L TCLP NA
EnergySolutions LLC, Clive, UT (14) P- and U-listed hazardous waste requiring CMBST Standards under 268.40 NA NA NA CMBST or VTD NA
Guardian Industries Jefferson Hills, PA (6), (11), and (12) D010 Standards under 268.40 Selenium NA NA 11 mg/L TCLP NA
Owens Brockway Glass Container Company, Vernon, CA6 D010 Standards under § 268.40 Selenium NA NA 51 mg/L TCLP (15)
Owens Brockway Glass Container Company, Vernon, CA6 D010 Standards under § 268.40 Selenium NA NA 59 mg/L TCLP (16)
Northwestern Plating Works, Inc., Chicago, IL F006 Table CCWE in 268.40 Cyanides (Total) 1.2 (2 and3) 970 (4)
Cyanides (Amenable) .86 (2) 30 (4)
Cadmium 1.6 NA
Chromium .32 NA
Lead .040 NA
Nickel .44 NA
St. Gobain Containers, El Monte, CA5 7 D010 Standards under § 268.40 Selenium NA NA 25 mg/L TCLP NA
U.S. Ecology Idaho, Incorporated, Grandview, Idaho K08810 Standards under § 268.40 Arsenic 1.4 NA 5.0 mg/L TCLP NA

[51 FR 40642, Nov. 7, 1986, as amended at 52 FR 21017, June 4, 1987; 53 FR 31221, Aug. 17, 1988; 54 FR 36972, Sept. 6, 1989; 56 FR 12355, Mar. 25, 1991; 61 FR 55727, Oct. 28, 1996; 62 FR 26025, May 12, 1997; 62 FR 64509, Dec. 5, 1997; 63 FR 28738, May 26, 1998; 64 FR 28391, May 26, 1999; 66 FR 33890, June 26, 2001; 67 FR 35928, May 22, 2002; 67 FR 36818, May 28, 2002; 69 FR 6575, Feb. 11, 2004; 69 FR 67653, Nov. 19, 2004; 70 FR 34589, June 14, 2005; 70 FR 44511, Aug. 3, 2005; 71 FR 6212, Feb. 7, 2006; 71 FR 40279, July 14, 2006; 73 FR 27767, May 14, 2008; 77 FR 50626, Aug. 22, 2012]

§ 268.45 Treatment standards for hazardous debris.

(a) Treatment standards. Hazardous debris must be treated prior to land disposal as follows unless EPA determines under § 261.3(f)(2) of this chapter that the debris is no longer contaminated with hazardous waste or the debris is treated to the waste-specific treatment standard provided in this subpart for the waste contaminating the debris:

(1) General. Hazardous debris must be treated for each “contaminant subject to treatment” defined by paragraph (b) of this section using the technology or technologies identified in Table 1 of this section.

(2) Characteristic debris. Hazardous debris that exhibits the characteristic of ignitability, corrosivity, or reactivity identified under §§ 261.21, 261.22, and 261.23 of this chapter, respectively, must be deactivated by treatment using one of the technologies identified in Table 1 of this section.

(3) Mixtures of debris types. The treatment standards of Table 1 in this section must be achieved for each type of debris contained in a mixture of debris types. If an immobilization technology is used in a treatment train, it must be the last treatment technology used.

(4) Mixtures of contaminant types. Debris that is contaminated with two or more contaminants subject to treatment identified under paragraph (b) of this section must be treated for each contaminant using one or more treatment technologies identified in Table 1 of this section. If an immobilization technology is used in a treatment train, it must be the last treatment technology used.

(5) Waste PCBs. Hazardous debris that is also a waste PCB under 40 CFR part 761 is subject to the requirements of either 40 CFR part 761 or the requirements of this section, whichever are more stringent.

(b) Contaminants subject to treatment. Hazardous debris must be treated for each “contaminant subject to treatment.” The contaminants subject to treatment must be determined as follows:

(1) Toxicity characteristic debris. The contaminants subject to treatment for debris that exhibits the Toxicity Characteristic (TC) by § 261.24 of this chapter are those EP constituents for which the debris exhibits the TC toxicity characteristic.

(2) Debris contaminated with listed waste. The contaminants subject to treatment for debris that is contaminated with a prohibited listed hazardous waste are those constituents or wastes for which treatment standards are established for the waste under § 268.40.

(3) Cyanide reactive debris. Hazardous debris that is reactive because of cyanide must be treated for cyanide.

(c) Conditioned exclusion of treated debris. Hazardous debris that has been treated using one of the specified extraction or destruction technologies in Table 1 of this section and that does not exhibit a characteristic of hazardous waste identified under subpart C, part 261, of this chapter after treatment is not a hazardous waste and need not be managed in a subtitle C facility. Hazardous debris contaminated with a listed waste that is treated by an immobilization technology specified in Table 1 is a hazardous waste and must be managed in a subtitle C facility.

(d) Treatment residuals -

(1) General requirements. Except as provided by paragraphs (d)(2) and (d)(4) of this section:

(i) Residue from the treatment of hazardous debris must be separated from the treated debris using simple physical or mechanical means; and

(ii) Residue from the treatment of hazardous debris is subject to the waste-specific treatment standards provided by subpart D of this part for the waste contaminating the debris.

(2) Nontoxic debris. Residue from the deactivation of ignitable, corrosive, or reactive characteristic hazardous debris (other than cyanide-reactive) that is not contaminated with a contaminant subject to treatment defined by paragraph (b) of this section, must be deactivated prior to land disposal and is not subject to the waste-specific treatment standards of subpart D of this part.

(3) Cyanide-reactive debris. Residue from the treatment of debris that is reactive because of cyanide must meet the treatment standards for D003 in “Treatment Standards for Hazardous Wastes” at § 268.40.

(4) Ignitable nonwastewater residue. Ignitable nonwastewaster residue containing equal to or greater than 10% total organic carbon is subject to the technology specified in the treatment standard for D001: Ignitable Liquids.

(5) Residue from spalling. Layers of debris removed by spalling are hazardous debris that remain subject to the treatment standards of this section.

Table 1 - Alternative Treatment Standards For Hazardous Debris1

Technology description Performance and/or design and operating standard Contaminant restrictions2
A. Extraction Technologies:
1. Physical Extraction
a. Abrasive Blasting: Removal of contaminated debris surface layers using water and/or air pressure to propel a solid media (e.g., steel shot, aluminum oxide grit, plastic beads) Glass, Metal, Plastic, Rubber: Treatment to a clean debris surface.3
Brick, Cloth, Concrete, Paper, Pavement, Rock, Wood: Removal of at least 0.6 cm of the surface layer; treatment to a clean debris surface.3
All Debris: None.
b. Scarification, Grinding, and Planing: Process utilizing striking piston heads, saws, or rotating grinding wheels such that contaminated debris surface layers are removed Same as above Same as above.
c. Spalling: Drilling or chipping holes at appropriate locations and depth in the contaminated debris surface and applying a tool which exerts a force on the sides of those holes such that the surface layer is removed. The surface layer removed remains hazardous debris subject to the debris treatment standards Same as above Same as above.
d. Vibratory Finishing: Process utilizing scrubbing media, flushing fluid, and oscillating energy such that hazardous contaminants or contaminated debris surface layers are removed.4 Same as above Same as above.
e. High Pressure Steam and Water Sprays: Application of water or steam sprays of sufficient temperature, pressure, residence time, agitation, surfactants, and detergents to remove hazardous contaminants from debris surfaces or to remove contaminated debris surface layers Same as above Same as above.
2. Chemical Extraction
a. Water Washing and Spraying: Application of water sprays or water baths of sufficient temperature, pressure, residence time, agitation, surfactants, acids, bases, and detergents to remove hazardous contaminants from debris surfaces and surface pores or to remove contaminated debris surface layers All Debris: Treatment to a clean debris surface3;
Brick, Cloth, Concrete, Paper, Pavement, Rock, Wood: Debris must be no more than 1.2 cm ( 1/2 inch) in one dimension (i.e., thickness limit,5 except that this thickness limit may be waived under an “Equivalent Technology” approval under § 268.42(b);8 debris surfaces must be in contact with water solution for at least 15 minutes
Brick, Cloth, Concrete, Paper, Pavement, Rock, Wood: Contaminant must be soluble to at least 5% by weight in water solution or 5% by weight in emulsion; if debris is contaminated with a dioxin-listed waste,6 an “Equivalent Technology” approval under § 268.42(b) must be obtained.8
b. Liquid Phase Solvent Extraction: Removal of hazardous contaminants from debris surfaces and surface pores by applying a nonaqueous liquid or liquid solution which causes the hazardous contaminants to enter the liquid phase and be flushed away from the debris along with the liquid or liquid solution while using appropriate agitation, temperature, and residence time.4 Same as above Brick, Cloth, Concrete, Paper, Pavement, Rock, Wood: Same as above, except that contaminant must be soluble to at least 5% by weight in the solvent.
c. Vapor Phase Solvent Extraction: Application of an organic vapor using sufficient agitation, residence time, and temperature to cause hazardous contaminants on contaminated debris surfaces and surface pores to enter the vapor phase and be flushed away with the organic vapor.4 Same as above, except that brick, cloth, concrete, paper, pavement, rock and wood surfaces must be in contact with the organic vapor for at least 60 minutes Same as above.
3. Thermal Extraction
a. High Temperature Metals Recovery: Application of sufficient heat, residence time, mixing, fluxing agents, and/or carbon in a smelting, melting, or refining furnace to separate metals from debris For refining furnaces, treated debris must be separated from treatment residuals using simple physical or mechanical means,9 and, prior to further treatment, such residuals must meet the waste-specific treatment standards for organic compounds in the waste contaminating the debris Debris contaminated with a dioxin-listed waste:5 Obtain an “Equivalent Technology” approval under § 268.42(b).8
b. Thermal Desorption: Heating in an enclosed chamber under either oxidizing or nonoxidizing atmospheres at sufficient temperature and residence time to vaporize hazardous contaminants from contaminated surfaces and surface pores and to remove the contaminants from the heating chamber in a gaseous exhaust gas.7 All Debris: Obtain an “Equivalent Technology” approval under § 268.42(b);8 treated debris must be separated from treatment residuals using simple physical or mechanical means,9 and, prior to further treatment, such residue must meet the waste-specific treatment standards for organic compounds in the waste contaminating the debris
Brick, Cloth, Concrete, Paper, Pavement, Rock, Wood: Debris must be no more than 10 cm (4 inches) in one dimension (i.e., thickness limit),5 except that this thickness limit may be waived under the “Equivalent Technology” approval
All Debris: Metals other than mercury.
B. Destruction Technologies:
1. Biological Destruction (Biodegradation): Removal of hazardous contaminants from debris surfaces and surface pores in an aqueous solution and biodegradation of organic or nonmetallic inorganic compounds (i.e., inorganics that contain phosphorus, nitrogen, or sulfur) in units operated under either aerobic or anaerobic conditions All Debris: Obtain an “Equivalent Technology” approval under § 268.42(b);8 treated debris must be separated from treatment residuals using simple physical or mechanical means,9 and, prior to further treatment, such residue must meet the waste-specific treatment standards for organic compounds in the waste contaminating the debris
Brick, Cloth, Concrete, Paper, Pavement, Rock, Wood: Debris must be no more than 1.2 cm ( 1/2 inch) in one dimension (i.e., thickness limit),5 except that this thickness limit may be waived under the “Equivalent Technology” approval
All Debris: Metal contaminants.
2. Chemical Destruction
a. Chemical Oxidation: Chemical or electrolytic oxidation utilizing the following oxidation reagents (or waste reagents) or combination of reagents - (1) hypochlorite (e.g., bleach); (2) chlorine; (3) chlorine dioxide; (4) ozone or UV (ultraviolet light) assisted ozone; (5) peroxides; (6) persulfates; (7) perchlorates; (8) permanganates; and/or (9) other oxidizing reagents of equivalent destruction efficiency.4 Chemical oxidation specifically includes what is referred to as alkaline chlorination All Debris: Obtain an “Equivalent Technology” approval under § 268.42(b);8 treated debris must be separated from treatment residuals using simple physical or mechanical means,9 and, prior to further treatment, such residue must meet the waste-specific treatment standards for organic compounds in the waste contaminating the debris
Brick, Cloth, Concrete, Paper, Pavement, Rock, Wood: Debris must be no more than 1.2 cm ( 1/2 inch) in one dimension (i.e., thickness limit),5 except that this thickness limit may be waived under the “Equivalent Technology” approval
All Debris: Metal contaminants.
b. Chemical Reduction: Chemical reaction utilizing the following reducing reagents (or waste reagents) or combination of reagents: (1) sulfur dioxide; (2) sodium, potassium, or alkali salts of sulfites, bisulfites, and metabisulfites, and polyethylene glycols (e.g., NaPEG and KPEG); (3) sodium hydrosulfide; (4) ferrous salts; and/or (5) other reducing reagents of equivalent efficiency.4 Same as above Same as above.
3. Thermal Destruction: Treatment in an incinerator operating in accordance with Subpart O of Parts 264 or 265 of this chapter; a boiler or industrial furnace operating in accordance with Subpart H of Part 266 of this chapter, or other thermal treatment unit operated in accordance with Subpart X, Part 264 of this chapter, or Subpart P, Part 265 of this chapter, but excluding for purposes of these debris treatment standards Thermal Desorption units Treated debris must be separated from treatment residuals using simple physical or mechanical means,9 and, prior to further treatment, such residue must meet the waste-specific treatment standards for organic compounds in the waste contaminating the debris Brick, Concrete, Glass, Metal, Pavement, Rock, Metal: Metals other than mercury, except that there are no metal restrictions for vitrification.
Debris contaminated with a dioxin-listed waste.6 Obtain an “Equivalent Technology” approval under § 268.42(b),8 except that this requirement does not apply to vitrification.
C. Immobilization Technologies:
1. Macroencapsulation: Application of surface coating materials such as polymeric organics (e.g., resins and plastics) or use of a jacket of inert inorganic materials to substantially reduce surface exposure to potential leaching media Encapsulating material must completely encapsulate debris and be resistant to degradation by the debris and its contaminants and materials into which it may come into contact after placement (leachate, other waste, microbes) None.
2. Microencapsulation: Stabilization of the debris with the following reagents (or waste reagents) such that the leachability of the hazardous contaminants is reduced: (1) Portland cement; or (2) lime/pozzolans (e.g., fly ash and cement kiln dust). Reagents (e.g., iron salts, silicates, and clays) may be added to enhance the set/cure time and/or compressive strength, or to reduce the leachability of the hazardous constituents.5 Leachability of the hazardous contaminants must be reduced None.
3. Sealing: Application of an appropriate material which adheres tightly to the debris surface to avoid exposure of the surface to potential leaching media. When necessary to effectively seal the surface, sealing entails pretreatment of the debris surface to remove foreign matter and to clean and roughen the surface. Sealing materials include epoxy, silicone, and urethane compounds, but paint may not be used as a sealant Sealing must avoid exposure of the debris surface to potential leaching media and sealant must be resistent to degradation by the debris and its contaminants and materials into which it may come into contact after placement (leachate, other waste, microbes) None.

[57 FR 37277, Aug. 18, 1992, as amended at 59 FR 48103, Sept. 19, 1994; 63 FR 28738, May 26, 1998; 71 FR 40279, July 14, 2006]

§ 268.46 Alternative treatment standards based on HTMR.

For the treatment standards previously found in this section, refer to § 268.40.

[59 FR 48103, Sept. 19, 1994]

§ 268.48 Universal treatment standards.

(a) Table UTS identifies the hazardous constituents, along with the nonwastewater and wastewater treatment standard levels, that are used to regulate most prohibited hazardous wastes with numerical limits. For determining compliance with treatment standards for underlying hazardous constituents as defined in § 268.2(i), these treatment standards may not be exceeded. Compliance with these treatment standards is measured by an analysis of grab samples, unless otherwise noted in the following Table UTS.

Universal Treatment Standards

[Note: NA means not applicable]

Regulated constituent
common name
CAS1
number
Wastewater
standard
Nonwastewater
standard
Concentration2 in mg/l Concentration3 in mg/kg unless noted as “mg/l TCLP”
Organic Constituents
Acenaphthylene 208-96-8 0.059 3.4
Acenaphthene 83-32-9 0.059 3.4
Acetone 67-64-1 0.28 160
Acetonitrile 75-05-8 5.6 38
Acetophenone 96-86-2 0.010 9.7
2-Acetylaminofluorene 53-96-3 0.059 140
Acrolein 107-02-8 0.29 NA
Acrylamide 79-06-1 19 23
Acrylonitrile 107-13-1 0.24 84
Aldrin 309-00-2 0.021 0.066
4-Aminobiphenyl 92-67-1 0.13 NA
Aniline 62-53-3 0.81 14
o-Anisidine (2-methoxyaniline) 90-04-0 0.010 0.66
Anthracene 120-12-7 0.059 3.4
Aramite 140-57-8 0.36 NA
alpha-BHC 319-84-6 0.00014 0.066
beta-BHC 319-85-7 0.00014 0.066
delta-BHC 319-86-8 0.023 0.066
gamma-BHC 58-89-9 0.0017 0.066
Benzene 71-43-2 0.14 10
Benz(a)anthracene 56-55-3 0.059 3.4
Benzal chloride 98-87-3 0.055 6.0
Benzo(b)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(k)fluoranthene) 205-99-2 0.11 6.8
Benzo(k)fluoranthene (difficult to distinguish from benzo(b)fluoranthene) 207-08-9 0.11 6.8
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 191-24-2 0.0055 1.8
Benzo(a)pyrene 50-32-8 0.061 3.4
Bromodichloromethane 75-27-4 0.35 15
Bromomethane/Methyl bromide 74-83-9 0.11 15
4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 101-55-3 0.055 15
n-Butyl alcohol 71-36-3 5.6 2.6
Butyl benzyl phthalate 85-68-7 0.017 28
2-sec-Butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol/Dinoseb 88-85-7 0.066 2.5
Carbon disulfide 75-15-0 3.8 4.8 mg/l TCLP
Carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 0.057 6.0
Chlordane (alpha and gamma isomers) 57-74-9 0.0033 0.26
p-Chloroaniline 106-47-8 0.46 16
Chlorobenzene 108-90-7 0.057 6.0
Chlorobenzilate 510-15-6 0.10 NA
2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene 126-99-8 0.057 0.28
Chlorodibromomethane 124-48-1 0.057 15
Chloroethane 75-00-3 0.27 6.0
bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane 111-91-1 0.036 7.2
bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 111-44-4 0.033 6.0
Chloroform 67-66-3 0.046 6.0
bis(2-Chloroisopropyl)ether 39638-32-9 0.055 7.2
p-Chloro-m-cresol 59-50-7 0.018 14
2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 110-75-8 0.062 NA
Chloromethane/Methyl chloride 74-87-3 0.19 30
2-Chloronaphthalene 91-58-7 0.055 5.6
2-Chloropchenol 95-57-8 0.044 5.7
3-Chloropropylene 107-05-1 0.036 30
Chrysene 218-01-9 0.059 3.4
p-Cresidine 120-71-8 0.010 0.66
o-Cresol 95-48-7 0.11 5.6
m-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from p-cresol) 108-39-4 0.77 5.6
p-Cresol (difficult to distinguish from m-cresol) 106-44-5 0.77 5.6
Cyclohexanone 108-94-1 0.36 0.75 mg/l TCLP
o,p′-DDD 53-19-0 0.023 0.087
p,p′-DDD 72-54-8 0.023 0.087
o,p′-DDE 3424-82-6 0.031 0.087
p,p′-DDE 72-55-9 0.031 0.087
o,p′-DDT 789-02-6 0.0039 0.087
p,p′-DDT 50-29-3 0.0039 0.087
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 53-70-3 0.055 8.2
Dibenz(a,e)pyrene 192-65-4 0.061 NA
1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 96-12-8 0.11 15
1,2-Dibromoethane/Ethylene dibromide 106-93-4 0.028 15
Dibromomethane 74-95-3 0.11 15
m-Dichlorobenzene 541-73-1 0.036 6.0
o-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 0.088 6.0
p-Dichlorobenzene 106-46-7 0.090 6.0
Dichlorodifluoromethane 75-71-8 0.23 7.2
1,1-Dichloroethane 75-34-3 0.059 6.0
1,2-Dichloroethane 107-06-2 0.21 6.0
1,1-Dichloroethylene 75-35-4 0.025 6.0
trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene 156-60-5 0.054 30
2,4-Dichlorophenol 120-83-2 0.044 14
2,6-Dichlorophenol 87-65-0 0.044 14
2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid/2,4-D 94-75-7 0.72 10
1,2-Dichloropropane 78-87-5 0.85 18
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene 10061-01-5 0.036 18
trans-1,3-Dichloropropylene 10061-02-6 0.036 18
Dieldrin 60-57-1 0.017 0.13
Diethyl phthalate 84-66-2 0.20 28
p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene 60-11-7 0.13 NA
2,4-Dimethylaniline (2,4-xylidine) 95-68-1 0.010 0.66
2,4-Dimethyl phenol 105-67-9 0.036 14
Dimethyl phthalate 131-11-3 0.047 28
Di-n-butyl phthalate 84-74-2 0.057 28
1,4-Dinitrobenzene 100-25-4 0.32 2.3
4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol 534-52-1 0.28 160
2,4-Dinitrophenol 51-28-5 0.12 160
2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121-14-2 0.32 140
2,6-Dinitrotoluene 606-20-2 0.55 28
Di-n-octyl phthalate 117-84-0 0.017 28
Di-n-propylnitrosamine 621-64-7 0.40 14
1,4-Dioxane 123-91-1 12.0 170
Diphenylamine (difficult to distinguish from diphenylnitrosamine) 122-39-4 0.92 13
Diphenylnitrosamine (difficult to distinguish from diphenylamine) 86-30-6 0.92 13
1,2-Diphenylhydrazine 122-66-7 0.087 NA
Disulfoton 298-04-4 0.017 6.2
Endosulfan I 959-98-8 0.023 0.066
Endosulfan II 33213-65-9 0.029 0.13
Endosulfan sulfate 1031-07-8 0.029 0.13
Endrin 72-20-8 0.0028 0.13
Endrin aldehyde 7421-93-4 0.025 0.13
Ethyl acetate 141-78-6 0.34 33
Ethyl benzene 100-41-4 0.057 10
Ethyl cyanide/Propanenitrile 107-12-0 0.24 360
Ethyl ether 60-29-7 0.12 160
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 117-81-7 0.28 28
Ethyl methacrylate 97-63-2 0.14 160
Ethylene oxide 75-21-8 0.12 NA
Famphur 52-85-7 0.017 15
Fluoranthene 206-44-0 0.068 3.4
Fluorene 86-73-7 0.059 3.4
Heptachlor 76-44-8 0.0012 0.066
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD) 35822-46-9 0.000035 .0025
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzofluran (1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF) 67562-39-4 0.000035 .0025
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-Heptachlorodibenzofluran (1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF) 55673-89-7 0.000035 .0025
Heptachlor epoxide 1024-57-3 0.016 0.066
Hexachlorobenzene 118-74-1 0.055 10
Hexachlorobutadiene 87-68-3 0.055 5.6
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77-47-4 0.057 2.4
HxCDDs (All Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
HxCDFs (All Hexachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000063 0.001
Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 0.055 30
Hexachloropropylene 1888-71-7 0.035 30
Indeno(1,2,3-c,d) pyrene 193-39-5 0.0055 3.4
Iodomethane 74-88-4 0.19 65
Isobutyl alcohol 78-83-1 5.6 170
Isodrin 465-73-6 0.021 0.066
Isosafrole 120-58-1 0.081 2.6
Kepone 143-50-0 0.0011 0.13
Methacrylonitrile 126-98-7 0.24 84
Methanol 67-56-1 5.6 0.75 mg/l TCLP
Methapyrilene 91-80-5 0.081 1.5
Methoxychlor 72-43-5 0.25 0.18
3-Methylcholanthrene 56-49-5 0.0055 15
4,4-Methylene bis(2-chloroaniline) 101-14-4 0.50 30
Methylene chloride 75-09-2 0.089 30
Methyl ethyl ketone 78-93-3 0.28 36
Methyl isobutyl ketone 108-10-1 0.14 33
Methyl methacrylate 80-62-6 0.14 160
Methyl methanesulfonate 66-27-3 0.018 NA
Methyl parathion 298-00-0 0.014 4.6
Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.059 5.6
2-Naphthylamine 91-59-8 0.52 NA
o-Nitroaniline 88-74-4 0.27 14
p-Nitroaniline 100-01-6 0.028 28
Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.068 14
5-Nitro-o-toluidine 99-55-8 0.32 28
o-Nitrophenol 88-75-5 0.028 13
p-Nitrophenol 100-02-7 0.12 29
N-Nitrosodiethylamine 55-18-5 0.40 28
N-Nitrosodimethylamine 62-75-9 0.40 2.3
N-Nitroso-di-n-butylamine 924-16-3 0.40 17
N-Nitrosomethylethylamine 10595-95-6 0.40 2.3
N-Nitrosomorpholine 59-89-2 0.40 2.3
N-Nitrosopiperidine 100-75-4 0.013 35
N-Nitrosopyrrolidine 930-55-2 0.013 35
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-Octachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (OCDD) 3268-87-9 0.000063 0.005
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-Octachlorodibenzofluran (OCDF) 39001-02-0 0.000063 0.005
Parathion 56-38-2 0.014 4.6
Total PCBs (sum of all PCB isomers, or all Aroclors)8 1336-36-3 0.10 10
Pentachlorobenzene 608-93-5 0.055 10
PeCDDs (All Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
PeCDFs (All Pentachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000035 0.001
Pentachloroethane 76-01-7 0.055 6.0
Pentachloronitrobenzene 82-68-8 0.055 4.8
Pentachlorophenol 87-86-5 0.089 7.4
Phenacetin 62-44-2 0.081 16
Phenanthrene 85-01-8 0.059 5.6
Phenol 108-95-2 0.039 6.2
1,3-Phenylenediamine 108-45-2 0.010 0.66
Phorate 298-02-2 0.021 4.6
Phthalic acid 100-21-0 0.055 28
Phthalic anhydride 85-44-9 0.055 28
Pronamide 23950-58-5 0.093 1.5
Pyrene 129-00-0 0.067 8.2
Pyridine 110-86-1 0.014 16
Safrole 94-59-7 0.081 22
Silvex/2,4,5-TP 93-72-1 0.72 7.9
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95-94-3 0.055 14
TCDDs (All Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins) NA 0.000063 0.001
TCDFs (All Tetrachlorodibenzofurans) NA 0.000063 0.001
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 630-20-6 0.057 6.0
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79-34-5 0.057 6.0
Tetrachloroethylene 127-18-4 0.056 6.0
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol 58-90-2 0.030 7.4
Toluene 108-88-3 0.080 10
Toxaphene 8001-35-2 0.0095 2.6
Tribromomethane/Bromoform 75-25-2 0.63 15
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 0.055 19
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 0.054 6.0
1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79-00-5 0.054 6.0
Trichloroethylene 79-01-6 0.054 6.0
Trichlorofluoromethane 75-69-4 0.020 30
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95-95-4 0.18 7.4
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88-06-2 0.035 7.4
2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid/2,4,5-T 93-76-5 0.72 7.9
1,2,3-Trichloropropane 96-18-4 0.85 30
1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 76-13-1 0.057 30
tris-(2,3-Dibromopropyl) phosphate 126-72-7 0.11 0.10
Vinyl chloride 75-01-4 0.27 6.0
Xylenes-mixed isomers (sum of o-, m-, and p-xylene concentrations) 1330-20-7 0.32 30
Inorganic Constituents
Antimony 7440-36-0 1.9 1.15 mg/l TCLP
Arsenic 7440-38-2 1.4 5.0 mg/l TCLP
Barium 7440-39-3 1.2 21 mg/l TCLP
Beryllium 7440-41-7 0.82 1.22 mg/l TCLP
Cadmium 7440-43-9 0.69 0.11 mg/l TCLP
Chromium (Total) 7440-47-3 2.77 0.60 mg/l TCLP
Cyanides (Total)4 57-12-5 1.2 590
Cyanides (Amenable)4 57-12-5 0.86 30
Fluoride5 16984-48-8 35 NA
Lead 7439-92-1 0.69 0.75 mg/l TCLP
Mercury - Nonwastewater from Retort 7439-97-6 NA 0.20 mg/l TCLP
Mercury - All Others 7439-97-6 0.15 0.025 mg/l TCLP
Nickel 7440-02-0 3.98 11 mg/l TCLP
Selenium7 7782-49-2 0.82 5.7 mg/l TCLP
Silver 7440-22-4 0.43 0.14 mg/l TCLP
Sulfide5 18496-25-8 14 NA
Thallium 7440-28-0 1.4 0.20 mg/l TCLP
Vanadium5 7440-62-2 4.3 1.6 mg/l TCLP
Zinc5 7440-66-6 2.61 4.3 mg/l TCLP

Footnotes to Table UTS

1 CAS means Chemical Abstract Services. When the waste code and/or regulated constituents are described as a combination of a chemical with it's salts and/or esters, the CAS number is given for the parent compound only.
2 Concentration standards for wastewaters are expressed in mg/l and are based on analysis of composite samples.
3 Except for Metals (EP or TCLP) and Cyanides (Total and Amenable) the nonwastewater treatment standards expressed as a concentration were established, inpart, based upon incineration in units operated in accordance with the technical requirements of 40 CFR part 264, subpart O or 40 CFR part 265, subpart O, or based upon combustion in fuel substitution units operating in accordance with applicable technical requirements. A facility may comply with these treatment standards according to provisions in 40 CFR 268.40(d). All concentration standards for nonwastewaters are based on analysis of grab samples.
4 Both Cyanides (Total) and Cyanides (Amenable) for nonwastewaters are to be analyzed using Method 9010C or 9012B, found in “Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods,” EPA Publication SW-846, as incorporated by reference in 40 CFR 260.11, with a sample size of 10 grams and a distillation time of one hour and 15 minutes.
5 These constituents are not “underlying hazardous constituents” in characteristic wastes, according to the definition at § 268.2(i).
6 [Reserved]
7 This constituent is not an underlying hazardous constituent as defined at § 268.2(i) of this Part because its UTS level is greater than its TC level, thus a treatment selenium waste would always be characteristically hazardous, unless it is treated to below its characteristic level.
8 This standard is temporarily deferred for soil exhibiting a hazardous characteristic due to D004-D011 only.

[59 FR 48103, Sept. 19, 1994, as amended at 60 FR 302, Jan. 3, 1995; 61 FR 15654, Apr. 8, 1996; 61 FR 33690, June 28, 1996; 62 FR 7596, Feb. 19, 1997; 63 FR 24626, May 4, 1998; 63 FR 28739, May 26, 1998; 63 FR 47417, Sept. 4, 1998; 64 FR 25417, May 11, 1999; 65 FR 14475, Mar. 17, 2000; 70 FR 34590, June 14, 2005; 70 FR 9178, Feb. 24, 2005; 71 FR 40279, July 14, 2006; 75 FR 13008, Mar. 18, 2010; 76 FR 34156, June 13, 2011]

§ 268.49 Alternative LDR treatment standards for contaminated soil.

(a) Applicability. You must comply with LDRs prior to placing soil that exhibits a characteristic of hazardous waste, or exhibited a characteristic of hazardous waste at the time it was generated, into a land disposal unit. The following chart describes whether you must comply with LDRs prior to placing soil contaminated by listed hazardous waste into a land disposal unit:

If LDRs And if LDRs And if Then you
Applied to the listed waste when it contaminated the soil* Apply to the listed waste now Must comply with LDRs
Didn't apply to the listed waste when it contaminated the soil* Apply to the listed waste now The soil is determined to contain the listed waste when the soil is first generated Must comply with LDRs.
Didn't apply to the listed waste when it contaminated the soil* Apply to the listed waste now The soil is determined not to contain the listed waste when the soil is first generated Needn't comply with LDRs.
Didn't apply to the listed waste when it contaminated the soil* Don't apply to the listed waste now Needn't comply with LDRs.

(b) Prior to land disposal, contaminated soil identified by paragraph (a) of this section as needing to comply with LDRs must be treated according to the applicable treatment standards specified in paragraph (c) of this section or according to the Universal Treatment Standards specified in 40 CFR 268.48 applicable to the contaminating listed hazardous waste and/or the applicable characteristic of hazardous waste if the soil is characteristic. The treatment standards specified in paragraph (c) of this section and the Universal Treatment Standards may be modified through a treatment variance approved in accordance with 40 CFR 268.44.

(c) Treatment standards for contaminated soils. Prior to land disposal, contaminated soil identified by paragraph (a) of this section as needing to comply with LDRs must be treated according to all the standards specified in this paragraph or according to the Universal Treatment Standards specified in 40 CFR 268.48.

(1) All soils. Prior to land disposal, all constituents subject to treatment must be treated as follows:

(A) For non-metals except carbon disulfide, cyclohexanone, and methanol, treatment must achieve 90 percent reduction in total constituent concentrations, except as provided by paragraph (c)(1)(C) of this section.

(B) For metals and carbon disulfide, cyclohexanone, and methanol, treatment must achieve 90 percent reduction in constituent concentrations as measured in leachate from the treated media (tested according to the TCLP) or 90 percent reduction in total constituent concentrations (when a metal removal treatment technology is used), except as provided by paragraph (c)(1)(C)of this section.

(C) When treatment of any constituent subject to treatment to a 90 percent reduction standard would result in a concentration less than 10 times the Universal Treatment Standard for that constituent, treatment to achieve constituent concentrations less than 10 times the universal treatment standard is not required. Universal Treatment Standards are identified in 40 CFR 268.48 Table UTS.

(2) Soils that exhibit the characteristic of ignitability, corrosivity or reactivity. In addition to the treatment required by paragraph (c)(1) of this section, prior to land disposal, soils that exhibit the characteristic of ignitability, corrosivity, or reactivity must be treated to eliminate these characteristics.

(3) Soils that contain nonanalyzable constituents. In addition to the treatment requirements of paragraphs (c)(1) and (2) of this section, prior to land disposal, the following treatment is required for soils that contain nonanalyzable constituents:

(A) For soil that contains only analyzable and nonanalyzable organic constituents, treatment of the analyzable organic constituents to the levels specified in paragraphs (c)(1) and (2) of this section; or,

(B) For soil that contains only nonanalyzable constituents, treatment by the method(s) specified in § 268.42 for the waste contained in the soil.

(d) Constituents subject to treatment. When applying the soil treatment standards in paragraph (c) of this section, constituents subject to treatment are any constituents listed in § 268.48 Table UTS-Universal Treatment Standards that are reasonably expected to be present in any given volume of contaminated soil, except fluoride, selenium, sulfides, vanadium, zinc, and that are present at concentrations greater than ten times the universal treatment standard. PCBs are not constituent subject to treatment in any given volume of soil which exhibits the toxicity characteristic solely because of the presence of metals.

(e) Management of treatment residuals. Treatment residuals from treating contaminated soil identified by paragraph (a) of this section as needing to comply with LDRs must be managed as follows:

(1) Soil residuals are subject to the treatment standards of this section;

(2) Non-soil residuals are subject to:

(A) For soils contaminated by listed hazardous waste, the RCRA Subtitle C standards applicable to the listed hazardous waste; and

(B) For soils that exhibit a characteristic of hazardous waste, if the non-soil residual also exhibits a characteristic of hazardous waste, the treatment standards applicable to the characteristic hazardous waste.

[63 FR 28751, May 26, 1998, as amended at 64 FR 25417, May 11, 1999; 64 FR 56472, Oct. 20, 1999; 65 FR 81381, Dec. 26, 2000; 71 FR 40279, July 14, 2006]

Subpart E - Prohibitions on Storage
§ 268.50 Prohibitions on storage of restricted wastes.

(a) Except as provided in this section, the storage of hazardous wastes restricted from land disposal under subpart C of this part of RCRA section 3004 is prohibited, unless the following conditions are met:

(1) A generator stores such wastes in tanks, containers, or containment buildings on-site solely for the purpose of the accumulation of such quantities of hazardous waste as necessary to facilitate proper recovery, treatment, or disposal and the generator complies with the requirements in §§ 262.16 and 262.17 and parts 264 and 265 of this chapter.

(2) An owner/operator of a hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal facility stores such wastes in tanks, containers, or containment buildings solely for the purpose of the accumulation of such quantities of hazardous waste as necessary to facilitate proper recovery, treatment, or disposal and:

(i) Each container is clearly marked to identify its contents and with:

(A) The words “Hazardous Waste”;

(B) The applicable EPA hazardous waste number(s) (EPA hazardous waste codes) in subparts C and D of part 261 of this chapter; or use a nationally recognized electronic system, such as bar coding, to identify the EPA hazardous waste number(s);

(C) An indication of the hazards of the contents (examples include, but are not limited to, the applicable hazardous waste characteristic(s) (i.e., ignitable, corrosive, reactive, toxic); hazard communication consistent with the Department of Transportation requirements at 49 CFR part 172 subpart E (labeling) or subpart F (placarding); a hazard statement or pictogram consistent with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Hazard Communication Standard at 29 CFR 1910.1200; or a chemical hazard label consistent with the National Fire Protection Association code 704); and

(D) The date each period of accumulation begins.

(ii) Each tank is clearly marked with a description of its contents, the quantity of each hazardous waste received, and the date each period of accumulation begins, or such information for each tank is recorded and maintained in the operating record at that facility. Regardless of whether the tank itself is marked, an owner/operator must comply with the operating record requirements specified in § 264.73 or § 265.73.

(3) A transporter stores manifested shipments of such wastes at a transfer facility for 10 days or less.

(4) A healthcare facility accumulates such wastes in containers on site solely for the purpose of the accumulation of such quantities of hazardous waste pharmaceuticals as necessary to facilitate proper recovery, treatment, or disposal and the healthcare facility complies with the applicable requirements in §§ 266.502 and 266.503 of this chapter.

(5) A reverse distributor accumulates such wastes in containers on site solely for the purpose of the accumulation of such quantities of hazardous waste pharmaceuticals as necessary to facilitate proper recovery, treatment, or disposal and the reverse distributor complies with § 266.510 of this chapter.

(b) An owner/operator of a treatment, storage or disposal facility may store such wastes for up to one year unless the Agency can demonstrate that such storage was not solely for the purpose of accumulation of such quantities of hazardous waste as are necessary to facilitate proper recovery, treatment, or disposal.

(c) An owner/operator of a treatment, storage or disposal facility may store such wastes beyond one year; however, the owner/operator bears the burden of proving that such storage was solely for the purpose of accumulation of such quantities of hazardous waste as are necessary to facilitate proper recovery, treatment, or disposal.

(d) If a generator's waste is exempt from a prohibition on the type of land disposal utilized for the waste (for example, because of an approved case-by-case extension under § 268.5, an approved § 268.6 petition, or a national capacity variance under subpart C), the prohibition in paragraph (a) of this section does not apply during the period of such exemption.

(e) The prohibition in paragraph (a) of this section does not apply to hazardous wastes that meet the treatment standards specified under §§ 268.41, 268.42, and 268.43 or the treatment standards specified under the variance in § 268.44, or, where treatment standards have not been specified, is in compliance with the applicable prohibitions specified in § 268.32 or RCRA section 3004.

(f) Liquid hazardous wastes containing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) at concentrations greater than or equal to 50 ppm must be stored at a facility that meets the requirements of 40 CFR 761.65(b) and must be removed from storage and treated or disposed as required by this part within one year of the date when such wastes are first placed into storage. The provisions of paragraph (c) of this section do not apply to such PCB wastes prohibited under § 268.32 of this part.

(g) The prohibition and requirements in this section do not apply to hazardous remediation wastes stored in a staging pile approved pursuant to § 264.554 of this chapter.

[51 FR 40642, Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 21017, June 4, 1987, as amended at 52 FR 25791, July 8, 1987; 54 FR 36972, Sept. 6, 1989; 57 FR 37281, Aug. 18, 1992; 63 FR 65940, Nov. 30, 1998; 71 FR 40279, July 14, 2006; 81 FR 85828, Nov. 28, 2016; 84 FR 5950, Feb. 22, 2019]

Appendixes I-II to Part 268 [Reserved]
Appendix III to Part 268 - List of Halogenated Organic Compounds Regulated Under § 268.32

In determining the concentration of HOCs in a hazardous waste for purposes of the § 268.32 land disposal prohibition, EPA has defined the HOCs that must be included in a calculation as any compounds having a carbon-halogen bond which are listed in this Appendix (see § 268.2). Appendix III to Part 268 consists of the following compounds:

I. Volatiles

1. Bromodichloromethane

2. Bromomethane

3. Carbon Tetrachloride

4. Chlorobenzene

5. 2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene

6. Chlorodibromomethane

7. Chloroethane

8. 2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether

9. Chloroform

10. Chloromethane

11. 3-Chloropropene

12. 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane

13. 1,2-Dibromomethane

14. Dibromomethane

15. Trans-1,4-Dichloro-2 - butene

16. Dichlorodifluoromethane

17. 1,1-Dichloroethane

18. 1,2-Dichloroethane

19. 1,1-Dichloroethylene

20. Trans-1,2-Dichloroethene

21. 1,2-Dichloropropane

22. Trans-1,3-Dichloropropene

23. cis-1,3-Dichloropropene

24. Iodomethane

25. Methylene chloride

26. 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane

27. 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane

28. Tetrachloroethene

29. Tribromomethane

30. 1,1,1-Trichloroethane

31. 1,1,2-Trichloroethane

32. Trichlorothene

33. Trichloromonofluoromethane

34. 1,2,3-Thrichloropropane

35. Vinyl Chloride

II. Semivolatiles

1. Bis(2-chloroethoxy)ethane

2. Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether

3. Bis(2-chloroisopropyl)ether

4. p-Chloroaniline

5. Chlorobenzilate

6. p-Chloro-m-cresol

7. 2-Chloronaphthalene

8. 2-Chlorphenol

9. 3-Chloropropionitrile

10. m-Dichlorobenzene

11. o-Dichlorobenzene

12. p-Dichlorobenzene

13. 3.3′-Dichlorobenzidine

14. 2,4-Dichlorophenol

15. 2,6-Dichlorophenol

16. Hexachlorobenzene

17. Hexachlorobutadiene

18. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene

19. Hexachloroethane

20. Hexachloroprophene

21. Hexachlorpropene

22. 4,4′-Methylenebis(2-chloroanaline)

23. Pentachlorobenzene

24. Pentachloroethane

25. Pentachloronitrobenzene

26. Pentachlorophenol

27. Pronamide

28. 1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene

29. 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol

30. 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene

31. 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol

32. 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol

33. Tris(2,3-dibromopropyl)phosphate

III. Organochlorine Pesticides

1. Aldrin

2. alpha-BHC

3. beta-BHC

4. delta-BHC

5. gamma-BHC

6. Chlorodane

7. DDD

8. DDE

9. DDT

10. Dieldrin

11. Endosulfan I

12. Endosulfan II

13. Endrin

14. Endrin aldehyde

15. Heptachlor

16. Heptachlor epoxide

17. Isodrin

18. Kepone

19. Methoxyclor

20. Toxaphene

IV. Phenoxyacetic Acid Herbicides

1. 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid

2. Silvex

3. 2,4,5-T

V. PCBs

1. Aroclor 1016

2. Aroclor 1221

3. Aroclor 1232

4. Aroclor 1242

5. Aroclor 1248

6. Aroclor 1254

7. Aroclor 1260

8. PCBs not otherwise specified

VI. Dioxins and Furans

1. Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins

2. Hexachlorodibenzofuran

3. Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins

4. Pentachlorodibenzofuran

5. Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins

6. Tetrachlorodibenzofuran

7. 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin

[65 FR 81380, Dec. 26, 2000]

Appendix IV to Part 268 - Wastes Excluded From Lab Packs Under the Alternative Treatment Standards of § 268.42(c)

Hazardous waste with the following EPA Hazardous Waste Codes may not be placed in lab packs under the alternative lab pack treatment standards of § 268.42(c): D009, F019, K003, K004, K005, K006, K062, K071, K100, K106, P010, P011, P012, P076, P078, U134, U151.

[59 FR 48107 Sept. 19, 1994]

Appendix V to Part 268 [Reserved]
Appendix VI to Part 268 - Recommended Technologies To Achieve Deactivation of Characteristics in Section 268.42

The treatment standard for many characteristic wastes is stated in the § 268.40 Table of Treatment Standards as “Deactivation and meet UTS.” EPA has determined that many technologies, when used alone or in combination, can achieve the deactivation portion of the treatment standard. Characteristic wastes that are not managed in a facility regulated by the Clean Water Act (CWA) or in a CWA-equivalent facility, and that also contain underlying hazardous constituents (see § 268.2(i)) must be treated not only by a “deactivating” technology to remove the characteristic, but also to achieve the universal treatment standards (UTS) for underlying hazardous constituents. The following appendix presents a partial list of technologies, utilizing the five letter technology codes established in 40 CFR 268.42 Table 1, that may be useful in meeting the treatment standard. Use of these specific technologies is not mandatory and does not preclude direct reuse, recovery, and/or the use of other pretreatment technologies, provided deactivation is achieved and underlying hazardous constituents are treated to achieve the UTS.

Waste code/subcategory Nonwastewaters Wastewaters
D001 Ignitable Liquids based on 261.21(a)(1) - Low TOC Nonwastewater Subcategory (containing 1% to <10% TOC) RORGS
INCIN
WETOX
CHOXD
BIODG
n.a.
D001 Ignitable Liquids based on 261.21(a)(1) - Ignitable Wastewater Subcategory (containing <1% TOC) n.a. RORGS
INCIN
WETOX
CHOXD
BIODG
D001 Compressed Gases based on 261.21(A)(3) RCGAS
INCIN
FSUBS
ADGAS fb. INCIN
ADGAS fb. (CHOXD; or CHRED)
n.a.
D001 Ignitable Reactives based on 261.21(a)(2) WTRRX
CHOXD
CHRED
STABL
INCIN
n.a.
D001 Ignitable Oxidizers based on 261.21(a)(4) CHRED
INCIN
CHRED
INCIN
D002 Acid Subcategory based on 261.22(a)(1) with pH less than or equal to 2 RCORR
NEUTR
INCIN
NEUTR
INCIN
D002 Alkaline Subcategory based on 261.22(a)(1) with pH greater than or equal to 12.5 NEUTR
INCIN
NEUTR
INCIN
D002 Other Corrosives based on 261.22(a)(2) CHOXD
CHRED
INCIN
STABL
CHOXD
CHRED
INCIN
D003 Water Reactives based on 261.23(a) (2), (3), and (4) INCIN
WTRRX
CHOXD
CHRED
n.a.
D003 Reactive Sulfides based on 261.23(a)(5) CHOXD
CHRED
INCIN
STABL
CHOXD
CHRED
BIODG
INCIN
D003 Explosives based on 261.23(a) (6), (7), and (8) INCIN
CHOXD
CHRED
INCIN
CHOXD
CHRED
BIODG
CARBN
D003 Other Reactives based on 261.23(a)(1) INCIN
CHOXD
CHRED
INCIN
CHOXD
CHRED
BIODG
CARBN
K044 Wastewater treatment sludges from the manufacturing and processing of explosives CHOXD
CHRED
INCIN
CHOXD
CHRED
BIODG
CARBN
INCIN
K045 Spent carbon from the treatment of wastewaters containing explosives CHOXD
CHRED
INCIN
CHOXD
CHRED
BIODG
CARBN
INCIN
K047 Pink/red water from TNT operations CHOXD
CHRED
INCIN
CHOXD
CHRED
BIODG
CARBN
INCIN

[55 FR 22714, June 1, 1990, as amended at 62 FR 26025, May 12, 1997]

Appendix VII to Part 268 - LDR Effective Dates of Surface Disposed Prohibited Hazardous Wastes

Table 1 - Effective Dates of Surface Disposed Wastes (Non-Soil and Debris) Regulated in the LDRS a - Comprehensive List

Waste code Waste category Effective date
D001c All (except High TOC Ignitable Liquids) Aug. 9, 1993.
D001 High TOC Ignitable Liquids Aug. 8, 1990.
D002c All Aug. 9, 1993.
D003 Newly identified surface-disposed elemental phosphorus processing wastes May 26, 2000.
D004 Newly identified D004 and mineral processing wastes Aug. 24, 1998.
D004 Mixed radioactive/newly identified D004 or mineral processing wastes May 26, 2000
D005 Newly identified D005 and mineral processing wastes Aug. 24, 1998.
D005 Mixed radioactive/newly identified D005 or mineral processing wastes May 26, 2000.
D006 Newly identified D006 and mineral processing wastes Aug. 24, 1998.
D006 Mixed radioactive/newly identified D006 or mineral processing wastes May 26, 2000.
D007 Newly identified D007 and mineral processing wastes Aug. 24, 1998.
D007 Mixed radioactive/newly identified D007 or mineral processing wastes May 26, 2000.
D008 Newly identified D008 and mineral processing waste Aug. 24, 1998.
D008 Mixed radioactive/newly identified D008 or mineral processing wastes May 26, 2000.
D009 Newly identified D009 and mineral processing waste Aug. 24, 1998.
D009 Mixed radioactive/newly identified D009 or mineral processing wastes May 26, 2000.
D010 Newly identified D010 and mineral processing wastes Aug. 24, 1998.
D010 Mixed radioactive/newly identified D010 or mineral processing wastes May 26, 2000.
D011 Newly identified D011 and mineral processing wastes Aug. 24, 1998.
D011 Mixed radioactive/newly identified D011 or mineral processing wastes May 26, 2000.
D012 (that exhibit the toxicity characteristic based on the TCLP)d All Dec. 14, 1994.
D013 (that exhibit the toxicity characteristic based on the TCLP)d All Dec. 14, 1994.
D014 (that exhibit the toxicity characteristic based on the TCLP)d All Dec. 14, 1994.
D015 (that exhibit the toxicity characteristic based on the TCLP)d All Dec. 14, 1994.
D016 (that exhibit the toxicity characteristic based on the TCLP)d All Dec. 14, 1994.
D017 (that exhibit the toxicity characteristic based on the TCLP)d All Dec. 14, 1994.
D018 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D018 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D019 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D019 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D020 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D020 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D021 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D021 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D022 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D022 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D023 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D023 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D024 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D024 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D025 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D025 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D026 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D026 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D027 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D027 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D028 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D028 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D029 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D029 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D030 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19. 1996.
D030 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D031 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D031 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D032 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D032 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D033 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D033 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D034 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D034 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D035 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D035 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D036 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D036 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D037 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D037 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D038 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D038 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D039 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D039 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D040 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D040 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D041 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D041 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D042 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D042 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
D043 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sept. 19, 1996.
D043 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
F001 Small quantity generators, CERCLA response/RCRA corrective action, initial generator's solvent-water mixtures, solvent-containing sludges and solids Nov. 8, 1988.
F001 All others Nov. 8, 1986.
F002 (1,1,2-trichloroethane) Wastewater and Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
F002 Small quantity generators, CERCLA response/RCRA corrective action, initial generator's solvent-water mixtures, solvent-containing sludges and solids Nov. 8, 1988.
F002 All others Nov. 8, 1986.
F003 Small quantity generators, CERCLA response/RCRA corrective action, initial generator's solvent-water mixtures, solvent-containing sludges and solids Nov. 8, 1988.
F003 All others Nov. 8, 1986.
F004 Small quantity generators, CERCLA response/RCRA corrective action, initial generator's solvent-water mixtures, solvent-containing sludges and solids Nov. 8, 1988.
F004 All others Nov. 8, 1986.
F005 (benzene, 2-ethoxy ethanol, 2-nitropropane) Wastewater and Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
F005 Small quantity generators, CERCLA response/RCRA corrective action, initial generator's solvent-water mixtures, solvent-containing sludges and solids Nov. 8, 1988.
F005 All others Nov. 8, 1986.
F006 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
F006 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
F006 (cyanides) Nonwastewater July 8, 1989.
F007 All July 8, 1989.
F008 All July 8, 1989.
F009 All July 8, 1989.
F010 All June 8, 1989.
F011 (cyanides) Nonwastewater Dec. 8, 1989.
F011 All others July 8, 1989.
F012 (cyanides) Nonwastewater Dec. 8, 1989.
F012 All others July 8, 1989.
F019 All Aug. 8, 1990.
F020 All Nov. 8, 1988.
F021 All Nov. 8, 1988.
F025 All Aug. 8, 1990.
F026 All Nov. 8, 1988.
F027 All Nov. 8, 1988.
F028 All Nov. 8, 1988.
F032 Mixed with radioactive wastes May 12, 1999
F032 All others Aug. 12, 1997.
F034 Mixed with radioactive wastes May 12, 1999
F034 All others Aug. 12, 1997.
F035 Mixed with radioactive wastes May 12, 1999.
F035 All others Aug. 12, 1997.
F037 Not generated from surface impoundment cleanouts or closures June 30, 1993.
F037 Generated from surface impoundment cleanouts or closures June 30, 1994.
F037 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
F038 Not generated from surface impoundment cleanouts or closures June 30, 1993.
F038 Generated from surface impoundment cleanouts or closures June 30, 1994.
F038 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
F039 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
F039 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
K001 (organics)b All Aug. 8, 1988.
K001 All others Aug. 8, 1988.
K002 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K003 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K004 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K004 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K005 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K005 Nonwastewater June 8, 1989.
K006 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K007 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K007 Nonwastewater June 8, 1989.
K008 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K008 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K009 All June 8, 1989.
K010 All June 8, 1989.
K011 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K011 Nonwastewater June 8, 1989.
K013 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K013 Nonwastewater June 8, 1989.
K014 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K014 Nonwastewater June 8, 1989.
K015 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K015 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K016 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K017 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K018 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K019 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K020 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K021 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K021 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K022 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K022 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K023 All June 8, 1989.
K024 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K025 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K025 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K026 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K027 All June 8, 1989.
K028 (metals) Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K028 All others June 8, 1989.
K029 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K029 Nonwastewater June 8, 1989.
K030 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K031 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K031 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
K032 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K033 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K034 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K035 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K036 Wastewater June 8, 1989.
K036 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K037b Wastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K037 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K038 All June 8, 1989.
K039 All June 8, 1989.
K040 All June 8, 1989.
K041 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K042 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K043 All June 8, 1989.
K044 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K045 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K046 (Nonreactive) Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K046 All others Aug. 8, 1990.
K047 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K048 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K048 Nonwastewater Nov. 8, 1990.
K049 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K049 Nonwastewater Nov. 8, 1990.
K050 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K050 Nonwastewater Nov. 8, 1990.
K051 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K051 Nonwastewater Nov. 8, 1990.
K052 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K052 Nonwastewater Nov. 8, 1990.
K060 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K060 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K061 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K061 Nonwastewater June 30, 1992.
K062 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K069 (Non-Calcium Sulfate) Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K069 All others Aug. 8, 1990.
K071 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K073 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K083 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K084 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K084 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
K085 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K086 (organics)b All Aug. 8, 1988.
K086 All others Aug. 8, 1988.
K087 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K088 All others Oct. 8, 1997.
K088 All others Jan. 8, 1997.
K093 All June 8, 1989.
K094 All June 8, 1989.
K095 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K095 Nonwastewater June 8, 1989.
K096 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K096 Nonwastewater June 8, 1989.
K097 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K098 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K099 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K100 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K100 Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K101 (organics) Wastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K101 (metals) Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K101 (organics) Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K101 (metals) Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
K102 (organics) Wastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K102 (metals) Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K102 (organics) Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1988.
K102 (metals) Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
K103 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K104 All Aug. 8, 1988.
K105 All Aug. 8, 1990.
K106 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
K106 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
K107 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K107 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K108 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K108 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K109 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K109 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K110 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K110 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K111 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K111 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K112 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K112 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K113 All June 8, 1989.
K114 All June 8, 1989.
K115 All June 8, 1989.
K116 All June 8, 1989.
K117 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K117 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K118 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K118 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K123 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K123 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K124 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K124 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K125 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K125 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K126 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K126 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K131 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K131 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K132 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K132 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K136 Mixed with radioactive wastes June 30, 1994.
K136 All others Nov. 9, 1992.
K141 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K141 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K142 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K142 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K143 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K143 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K144 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K144 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K145 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K145 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K147 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K147 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K148 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K148 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K149 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K149 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K150 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K150 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K151 Mixed with radioactive wastes Sep. 19, 1996.
K151 All others Dec. 19, 1994.
K156 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
K156 All others July 8, 1996.
K157 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
K157 All others July 8, 1996.
K158 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
K158 All others July 8, 1996.
K159 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
K159 All others July 8, 1996.
K160 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
K160 All others July 8, 1996.
K161 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
K161 All others July 8, 1996.
P001 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P002 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P003 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P004 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P005 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P006 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P007 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P008 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P009 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P010 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P010 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
P011 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P011 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
P012 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P012 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
P013 (barium) Nonwastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P013 All others June 8, 1989.
P014 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P015 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P016 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P017 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P018 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P020 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P021 All June 8, 1989.
P022 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P023 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P024 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P026 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P027 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P028 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P029 All June 8, 1989.
P030 All June 8, 1989.
P031 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P033 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P034 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P036 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P036 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
P037 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P038 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P038 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
P039 All June 8, 1989.
P040 All June 8, 1989.
P041 All June 8, 1989.
P042 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P043 All June 8, 1989.
P044 All June 8, 1989.
P045 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P046 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P047 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P048 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P049 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P050 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P051 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P054 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P056 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P057 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P058 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P059 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P060 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P062 All June 8, 1989.
P063 All June 8, 1989.
P064 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P065 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P065 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
P066 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P067 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P068 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P069 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P070 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P071 All June 8, 1989.
P072 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P073 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P074 All June 8, 1989.
P075 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P076 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P077 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P078 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P081 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P082 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P084 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P085 All June 8, 1989.
P087 All May 8, 1992.
P088 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P089 All June 8, 1989.
P092 Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P092 Nonwastewater May 8, 1992.
P093 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P094 All June 8, 1989.
P095 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P096 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P097 All June 8, 1989.
P098 All June 8, 1989.
P099 (silver) Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P099 All others June 8, 1989.
P101 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P102 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P103 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P104 (silver) Wastewater Aug. 8, 1990.
P104 All others June 8, 1989.
P105 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P106 All June 8, 1989.
P108 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P109 All June 8, 1989.
P110 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P111 All June 8, 1989.
P112 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P113 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P114 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P115 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P116 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P118 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P119 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P120 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P121 All June 8, 1989.
P122 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P123 All Aug. 8, 1990.
P127 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P127 All others July 8, 1996.
P128 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P128 All others July 8, 1996.
P185 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P185 All others July 8, 1996.
P188 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P188 All others July 8, 1996.
P189 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P189 All others July 8, 1996.
P190 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P190 All others July 8, 1996.
P191 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P191 All others July 8, 1996.
P192 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P192 All others July 8, 1996.
P194 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P194 All others July 8, 1996.
P196 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P196 All others July 8, 1996.
P197 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P197 All others July 8, 1996.
P198 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P198 All others July 8, 1996.
P199 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P199 All others July 8, 1996.
P201 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P201 All others July 8, 1996.
P202 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P202 All others July 8, 1996.
P203 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P203 All others July 8, 1996.
P204 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P204 All others July 8, 1996.
P205 Mixed with radioactive wastes Apr. 8, 1998.
P205 All others July 8, 1996.
U001 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U002 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U003 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U004 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U005 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U006 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U007 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U008 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U009 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U010 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U011 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U012 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U014 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U015 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U016 All Aug. 8, 1990.
U017 All Aug. 8, 1990.
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