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Hazardous Waste Resource Center

If your business generates hazardous waste, you must maintain compliance with California hazardous waste regulations and with federal regulations. Use these resources to learn how to comply with the latest requirements for the management of hazardous waste.

Get all the California Waste Codes conveniently in one place. Print it out and use it as a reference when filling out hazardous waste manifests or identifying wastes.

A Hazardous Waste Contingency Plan is a requirement for managing risk of a hazardous waste release in applicable facilities. If your facility generates hazardous waste, a contingency plan is necessary for emergency response to fires, explosions, or release of hazardous waste.

There are many concerns you are required to address as a hazardous waste generator. So we’ve composed this checklist to help you determine everything you need in order to ensure your facility’s compliance with state and federal waste regulations.

The EPA categorizes waste into four characteristics: ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity or toxicity. The 4 RCRA listed wastes are the F, K, P, U list wastes. Knowing how to categorize your waste can help you better manage your waste management procedures.

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Understanding Contingency Planning

Help Your Organization Respond Effectively to Emergencies

Take Control of Your Facility's Waste

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Categorizing Listed and Characteristic Wastes

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