Business and Industry
Education and Resources
- Learn about Environmental Management Systems (EMS) in these webinars. EMS is a systems-based approach organizations use to reduce their environmental impact and increase operating efficiency.
General Requirements for Managing Dangerous Waste includes labeling, appropriate containers, storage and accumulation, and transport and shipping.
- Dangerous Materials describes common materials that may or may not be dangerous waste.
- Which Rules Apply? depends on how much waste you produce. Find out your generator status: small-, medium-, or large-quantity generators have different rules.
- Tutorials and Trainings for Dangerous Waste Generators offers a step-by-step guide
- Shoptalk is an on-line newsletter for dangerous waste generators.
- Lean and Environment practices benefit industry by lowering costs, improving product and service quality, and reducing lead times, while reducing environmental waste and impact.
- Technical Resources For Engineering Efficiency (TREE) offers free engineering assistance from the TREE team can improve your business' efficiency, make less waste, and save money.
- Transport and Ship Dangerous Waste
transporters, transfer facilities, and receiving facility or
recycler (TSDR) of Dangerous Waste.
Industry Specific Information
Waste Management Facilities
Permits and Fees
Laws and Rules
Hazardous Waste Generation Fee If you are in business and your activities generate any amount of dangerous waste, you are required to pay this fee.
- Pollution Prevention Planning Fee Pollution Prevention (P2) Planners who qualify for the Pollution Prevention Planning program by the amount of waste they generate must pay a fee.
- Hazardous Waste
Permits Learn how to obtain a permit to treat, store, or
dispose of hazardous waste and find out if there is
a draft permit -- or permit modification – available
for public comment.
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