Metal Finishing Guide Book

2012-2013

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727 1-2 Conduct an engineering analysis to complete your list of constituents of concern Use generator knowledge to identify constituents of concern that ARE NOT in the waste 3 4 3-6 3-6 2-4 Analyze data, run the DRAS risk assessment model, and begin preparing your delisting petition Submit delisting petition to appropriate regulatory agency Regulatory agency prepares proposed rule and publishes it in the Federal Register, for example Regulatory agency prepares final rule and publishes it in the Federal Register, for example. At this point the waste is delisted and can be disposed as a non-hazardous waste. 9 10 11 12 Table 3. Major Steps in Performing a Hazardous Waste Delisting 1-2 Gather data following the approved sampling & analysis plan 8 TOTAL TIME 1-2 Identify appropriate QA/QC methods in a quality assurance project plan (QAPP) 7 23-45 3-6 1 1-2 Identify Analytes Select appropriate analytical methods 5 6 1-2 3-6 Identify constituents of concern for special waste categories 3-6 Identify constituents of concern and hazardous waste characteristics Approximate Time to Complete (months) 2 Description of Step 1 Step Number

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