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Nuclear Waste Program


Hanford Facility Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Permit, Dangerous Waste Portion for the Treatment, Storage, and Disposal of Dangerous Waste

Enforceable Permit:

Issued in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Hazardous Waste Management Act, Chapter 70.105 Revised Code of Washington (RCW), and the regulations promulgated there under in Chapter 173‑303 Washington Administrative Code (WAC). 

Common Name: The Hanford Site-Wide Permit Revision 8c
Permit Number: WA7890008967
Permit Modification Number: 8c.2016.Q3

Permit Change Control Log

*Please note:  The Change Control Log will serve as an up to date record of modifications and version history of the permit.  Change control logs for units are attached to the beginning of their respective "Unit-Specific Conditions" file.  When appropriate,  file specific change control logs are attached at the beginning of their respective files.

Expiration Date: Expires when permit is reissued


Introduction

Transmittal Letter

Attachments

Permit Attachment 1 Hanford Facility Agreement and Consent Order Permit Attachment 6 Reports and Records
Permit Attachment 2 Hanford Facility Permit Legal Description & Operating Boundary Permit Attachment 7 Policy on Remediation of Existing Wells and Acceptance Criteria for RCRA and CERCLA, June 1990
Permit Attachment 3 Security Permit Attachment 8 Hanford Well Maintenance and Inspection Plan, HNF-56398, Revision 2
Permit Attachment 4 Hanford Emergency Management Plan Permit Attachment 9 Permit Applicability Matrix
Permit Attachment 5 Hanford Facility Personnel Training Program Permit Attachment 10 Strategy for Handling and Disposing of Purgewater at the Hanford Site (July 1990)
   

Part I and II

Part I Standard and Part II General Facility Conditions  

Part III Unit-Specific Conditions for Final Status Operations

242-A Evaporator Liquid Effluent Retention Facility (LERF) & 200 Area Effluent Treatment Facility (ETF)
325 Hazardous Waste Treatment Units PUREX Storage Tunnels
400 Area Waste Management Unit Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant
Integrated Disposal Facility (IDF)  

Part IV Unit Specific Conditions for Corrective Action

100-NR-1  

Part V Unit-Specific Conditions for Units Undergoing Closure

1301-N Liquid Waste Disposal Facility 207-A South Retention Basins
1324-N Impoundment & 1324 - NA Percolation Pond FS-1 Outdoor Container Storage Area
1325-N Liquid Waste Disposal Facility Waste Encapsulation and Storage Facility (WESF), Hot Cells A through F

Part VI Unit-Specific Conditions for Units in Post-Closure

183-H Solar Evaporation Basins 300 Area Process Trenches

For more information about Revision 8C please contact Debra Alexander, Revision 8C Permit Cooridnator, (509) 372-7950.

WHY IT MATTERS

The state of Washington uses the permit to regulate waste at Hanford. The storage, treatment, and disposal of dangerous and mixed (both dangerous and radioactive) waste is regulated through this permit. Our goal is to ensure Hanford's cleanup protects human health and Washington's land, air and water.

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