Guide to Identifying RCRA (Hazardous) Waste

Publisher: Emilcott

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Guide to Identifying RCRA (Hazardous) Waste

With this guide, determine if you have a hazardous waste that is regulated under the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Once you have determined that you have a solid waste and it could be regulated by the EPA as a RCRA hazardous waste, there are a few more questions that need to be answered.