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Treatment by Generator

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
96-412January 1996February 2014
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Author(s) Rieck, Rob
Description This publication explains portions of the Dangerous Waste Regulations, Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 173-303, that apply to waste treatment by generators. Treatment by generator refers to methods by which generators may treat their own wastes on site without first obtaining a dangerous waste treatment permit. NOTE: The links on page 2 under "Site Identification Form" and "Dangerous Waste Annual Report" are no longer current and will be corrected in the next revision. Please use the link on this summary page under "Web Page" instead.
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Keywords distillation, solidification, stabilization, carbon adsorption, elementary neutralization, evaporation, filtration, separation, treatment by generator, hazardous waste, treatment, generator
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