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ous wastes (e.g., manifesting, training, spill response, closure, etc.) go away or are substantially reduced. REFERENCES i ii iii iv v United States Code at 42 USC ¤ 6903 (5). See 40 CFR 261.3 For Appendix VIII see 40 CFR 261 and for Appendix IX see 40 CFR 264. Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Wastes – Physical/Chemical Methods Guidance for Quality Assurance Project Plans EPA QA/G-5, EPA/240/R-02/009, December 2002 vi User's Guide Delisting Risk Assessment Software (DRAS) Version 3.0 October 2008 U.S. viiEPA Region 5 Chicago, Illinois vii EPA. 1995b. Metal Plating Waste Minimization. Arlington, VA: Waste Management Office, Office of Solid Waste. BIO Bill Miller III, Ph.D., is a senior client program manager with Shaw Environmental and Infrastructure in Corolla, N.C. He has more than 35 years of environmental engineering experience, mostly dealing with delistings. You may reach him by phone at (252) 4530445 or via e-mail: 688

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