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Off-Site Identification (OI) Form

Who needs to complete the OI Form?

If you had an active RCRA Site ID number any time during the Reporting Year and were a MQG, LQG, or TSDR you must fill out the OI Form.

What is the purpose of the OI Form?

The OI Form is used to collect the name, address, and RCRA Site ID Number of all dangerous waste handlers who you interacted with when you send waste off-site or when you receive waste from off-site during the Reporting Year.

What information do I need to complete the OI Form?

You will need the name, address, and RCRA Site ID Number of all generators, transporters, TSDRs, or Special Waste Handlers that interacted with you.

  • Generators must report all the off-site TSDRs who treat/store/dispose/recycle their waste, and transporters who haul their waste.
  • TSDRs must report all the generators who send them waste, and transporters who haul the waste.
  • TSDRs ARE NOT required to report SQG in Washington (Household Hazardous Waste or federal Conditionally Exempt Generators).

How do I find the information I need for the OI Form?

  • The TSDRs RCRA Site ID Number, name and address is found on the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifests for Shipments. A TSDR is called a "designated facility" on the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest.
  • The Transporter RCRA Site ID Number and name are also on the Manifest.
  • Search for Transporter, TSDR, and LQG information in the US EPA's RCRA Info database. The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Information (RCRAInfo) database is a national inventory of hazardous waste handlers. All LQG, Transporters, TSDRs of hazardous waste are required to provide information about their activities. Use the Hazardous Waste Query to find identification and location data for specific hazardous waste handlers, and to find a wide range of information on TSDRs.

What special reporting requirements are there for the OI Form?

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