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Small Quantity Generators Treating Dangerous Waste

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
14-04-004February 2014September 2015
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Author(s) Rieck, Rob
Description Treatment by generator (TBG) refers to methods that generators may use to treat their own dangerous wastes on site without first obtaining a dangerous waste treatment permit. This publication discusses how small quantity generators (SQGs) may use TBG.
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Keywords small quantity generator, treatment by generator, treatment, dangerous waste
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