What is storage/transfer?
Storage/transfer means a dangerous waste handling activity, (not including treatment, recycling, or disposal), that may involve the permitted storage of a dangerous waste before its final management. Storage/transfer can happen on-site or off-site. It can include sorting, consolidating, and/or re-packaging of dangerous wastes received from off-site for management or transport. Examples of storage/transfer activities include:
Assign waste streams sent off-site or received from off site for storage/transfer Management Method Code H141.
How to report storage/transfer on the GM Form
A generator sending waste off-site to a facility, such as a broker, that conducts storage/transfer activity on the waste will report:
A TSDR will report the generation of a waste stream it received as a storage/transfer waste when it is shipped off-site for management. The TSDR will report:
How to report storage/transfer on the WR Form
A TSDR that receives waste from off-site for storage/transfer activity will report:
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