Generation and Management (GM) form
Who needs to complete the GM form?
If you are a MQG, LQG, or TSDR with an active RCRA Site ID Number at any time during a reporting year you must complete a GM form for each of your waste streams.
What is the purpose of the GM form?
A GM form contains information about your generated waste streams and how you manage them. The GM form collects information about:
What information do I need to complete the GM form?
Do I need to report waste I did not manage or ship off-site?
If you accumulated waste that was not managed or shipped off site in a reporting year you do not need to report this waste until the next reporting cycle.
How do I describe my waste stream?
How do I describe my waste management activities?
What if I generate a new waste stream when I treat my waste?
If you generate a new waste stream when you treat a waste you must report the new waste stream on a separate GM Form. For example, if you recycle on-site spent solvents in a still for solvent recovery, the waste still bottoms are a new dangerous waste stream. In this case, two GM Forms are required to report the management of the spent solvent and the still bottoms.
If you hold a RCRA storage permit, please review Extended storage.
What special reporting requirements are there for the GM Form?
In TurboWaste.Net you can click the blue question mark boxes on the GM Form for more information about what to enter.
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