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Dangerous Waste RegulationsWashington StateChapter 173-303 WACOctober 2020This copy is printed courtesy ofWashington State Department of Ecology’sHazardous Waste and Toxics Reduction Program

Table of ContentsWAC 173-303-010 Purpose.WAC 173-303-016 Identifying solid waste.WAC 173-303-017 Recycling processes involving solid waste.WAC 173-303-019 Legitimacy criteria for recycling of hazardous secondary materials.WAC 173-303-020 Applicability.WAC 173-303-030 Abbreviations.WAC 173-303-040 Definitions.WAC 173-303-045 References to EPA's hazardous waste and permit regulations.WAC 173-303-050 Department of ecology cleanup authority.WAC 173-303-060 Notification, identification numbers, and annual reports.WAC 173-303-070 Designation of dangerous waste.WAC 173-303-071 Excluded categories of waste.WAC 173-303-072 Procedures and bases for exempting and excluding wastes.WAC 173-303-073 Conditional exclusion of special wastes.WAC 173-303-075 Certification of designation.WAC 173-303-077 Requirements for universal waste.WAC 173-303-080 Dangerous waste lists.WAC 173-303-081 Discarded chemical products.WAC 173-303-082 Dangerous waste sources.WAC 173-303-083 Deletion of certain dangerous waste codes following equipmentcleaning and replacement.WAC 173-303-090 Dangerous waste characteristics.WAC 173-303-100 Dangerous waste criteria.WAC 173-303-102 Reserved.WAC 173-303-104 State-specific dangerous waste numbers.WAC 173-303-110 Sampling, testing methods, and analyses.WAC 173-303-120 Recycled, reclaimed, and recovered wastes.WAC 173-303-140 Land disposal restrictions.WAC 173-303-141 Treatment, storage, or disposal of dangerous waste.173-303-145WAC 173-303-145 Spills and discharges into the environment.WAC 173-303-150 Division, dilution, and accumulation.WAC 173-303-160 Containers.WAC 173-303-161 Overpacked containers 444546485152525353

WAC 173-303-169 Quantity exclusion limits—Generator category determinations.WAC 173-303-170 Requirements for generators of dangerous waste.WAC 173-303-171 Conditions for exemption for a small quantity generator.WAC 173-303-172 Conditions for exemption for a medium quantity generator thataccumulates dangerous waste.WAC 173-303-173 Alternative standards for episodic generation.WAC 173-303-174 Satellite accumulation area regulations for medium quantitygenerators and large quantity generators.WAC 173-303-180 Manifest.WAC 173-303-190 Preparing dangerous waste for transport.WAC 173-303-200 Conditions for exemption for a large quantity generator thataccumulates dangerous waste.WAC 173-303-201 Preparedness, prevention, emergency procedures and contingencyplans for large quantity generators.WAC 173-303-202 Reserved.WAC 173-303-210 Generator recordkeeping.WAC 173-303-220 Generator reporting.WAC 173-303-230 Special conditions.WAC 173-303-235 Alternative requirements for eligible academic laboratories.WAC 173-303-240 Requirements for transporters of dangerous waste.WAC 173-303-250 Dangerous waste acceptance, transport, and delivery.WAC 173-303-260 Transporter recordkeeping.WAC 173-303-270 Discharges during transport.WAC 173-303-280 General requirements for dangerous waste management facilities.WAC 173-303-281 Notice of intent.WAC 173-303-282 Siting criteria.WAC 173-303-283 Performance standards.WAC 173-303-290 Required notices.WAC 173-303-300 General waste analysis.WAC 173-303-310 Security.WAC 173-303-320 General inspection.WAC 173-303-330 Personnel training.WAC 173-303-335 Construction quality assurance program.WAC 173-303-340 Preparedness and prevention.WAC 173-303-350 Contingency plan and emergency procedures.WAC 173-303-355 Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act Title III 192939599100101102102103103104105106

WAC 173-303-360 Emergencies.WAC 173-303-370 Manifest system.WAC 173-303-380 Facility recordkeeping.WAC 173-303-390 Facility reporting.WAC 173-303-395 Other general requirements.WAC 173-303-400 Interim status facility standards.WAC 173-303-500 Recycling requirements for state-only dangerous waste.WAC 173-303-505 Special requirements for recyclable materials used in a mannerconstituting disposal.WAC 173-303-506 Special requirements for the recycling of spent CFC or HCFCrefrigerants.WAC 173-303-510 Special requirements for dangerous wastes burned for energyrecovery.WAC 173-303-515 Standards for the management of used oil.WAC 173-303-520 Special requirements for reclaiming spent lead acid battery wastes.WAC 173-303-522 Special requirements for recycling spent antifreeze.WAC 173-303-525 Special requirements for recyclable material utilized for preciousmetal recovery.WAC 173-303-555 Special requirements for management of dangerous wastepharmaceuticals.WAC 173-303-573 Standards for universal waste management.WAC 173-303-578 Military munitions.WAC 173-303-600 Final facility standards.WAC 173-303-610 Closure and post-closure.WAC 173-303-620 Financial requirements.WAC 173-303-630 Use and management of containers.WAC 173-303-640 Tank systems.WAC 173-303-645 Releases from regulated units.WAC 173-303-646 Corrective action.WAC 173-303-64610 Purpose and applicability.WAC 173-303-64620 Requirements.WAC 173-303-64630 Use of the Model Toxics Control Act.WAC 173-303-64640 Grandfathered corrective action management units (CAMUs).WAC 173-303-64650 Corrective action management unit (CAMU).WAC 173-303-64660 Designation of a corrective action management unit.WAC 173-303-64670 Incorporation of a regulated unit within a 139148149151158162164171179179179181181182183186

WAC 173-303-64680 Temporary units (TUs).WAC 173-303-64690 Staging piles.WAC 173-303-646910 Disposal of CAMU-eligible wastes into permitted dangerous wastelandfills.WAC 173-303-646920 Disposal of CAMU-eligible wastes into permitted hazardous wastelandfills located outside Washington.WAC 173-303-650 Surface impoundments.WAC 173-303-655 Land treatment.WAC 173-303-660 Waste piles.WAC 173-303-665 Landfills.WAC 173-303-670 Incinerators.WAC 173-303-675 Drip pads.WAC 173-303-680 Miscellaneous units.WAC 173-303-690 Air emission standards for process vents.WAC 173-303-691 Air emission standards for equipment leaks.WAC 173-303-692 Air emission standards for tanks, surface impoundments, andcontainers.WAC 173-303-693 Dangerous waste munitions and explosives storage.WAC 173-303-695 Containment buildings.WAC 173-303-700 Requirements for the Washington state extremely hazardous wastemanagement facility at Hanford.WAC 173-303-800 Permit requirements for dangerous waste management facilities.WAC 173-303-801 Types of dangerous waste management facility permits.WAC 173-303-802 Permits by rule.WAC 173-303-803 Permit application requirements.WAC 173-303-804 Emergency permits.WAC 173-303-805 Interim status permits.WAC 173-303-806 Final facility permits.WAC 173-303-807 Trial burns for dangerous waste incinerator final facility permits.WAC 173-303-808 Demonstrations for dangerous waste land treatment final facilitypermits.WAC 173-303-809 Research, development and demonstration permits.WAC 173-303-810 General permit conditions.WAC 173-303-811 Permits for boilers and industrial furnaces burning hazardous waste.WAC 173-303-815 Facility-specific permit conditions.WAC 173-303-830 Permit 4

WAC 173-303-840 Procedures for decision making.WAC 173-303-841 Integration with maximum achievable control technology (MACT)standards.WAC 173-303-845 Appeal of decision.WAC 173-303-900 Public involvement and participation.WAC 173-303-902 Citizen/proponent negotiations.WAC 173-303-910 Petitions.WAC 173-303-950 Violations and enforcement.WAC 173-303-960 Special powers and authorities of the department.WAC 173-303-9901 Reserved.WAC 173-303-9903 Discarded chemical products list.WAC 173-303-9904 Dangerous waste sources list.WAC 173-303-9905 Dangerous waste constituents list.WAC 173-303-9906 Special waste bill of lading.256258259259259263266266266266284294300

Chapter )Chapter 173-303 WACDANGEROUS WASTE REGULATIONSPurpose.Identifying solid waste.Recycling processes involving solid waste.Legitimacy criteria for recycling of hazardous secondary References to EPA's hazardous waste and permit regulations.Department of ecology cleanup authority.Notification, identification numbers, and annual reports.Designation of dangerous waste.Excluded categories of waste.Procedures and bases for exempting and excludingwastes.Conditional exclusion of special wastes.Certification of designation.Requirements for universal waste.Dangerous waste lists.Discarded chemical products.Dangerous waste sources.Deletion of certain dangerous waste codes followingequipment cleaning and replacement.Dangerous waste characteristics.Dangerous waste criteria.Reserved.State-specific dangerous waste numbers.Sampling, testing methods, and analyses.Recycled, reclaimed, and recovered wastes.Land disposal restrictions.Treatment, storage, or disposal of dangerous waste.Spills and discharges into the environment.Division, dilution, and accumulation.Containers.Overpacked containers (labpacks).Quantity exclusion limits—Generator category determinations.Requirements for generators of dangerous waste.Conditions for exemption for a small quantity generator.Conditions for exemption for a medium quantity generator that accumulates dangerous waste.Alternative standards for episodic generation.Satellite accumulation area regulations for mediumquantity generators and large quantity generators.Manifest.Preparing dangerous waste for transport.Conditions for exemption for a large quantity generatorthat accumulates dangerous waste.Preparedness, prevention, emergency procedures andcontingency plans for large quantity generators.Reserved.Generator recordkeeping.Generator reporting.Special conditions.Alternative requirements for eligible academic laboratories.Requirements for transporters of dangerous waste.Dangerous waste acceptance, transport, and delivery.Transporter recordkeeping.Discharges during transport.General requirements for dangerous waste managementfacilities.Notice of intent.Siting criteria.Performance standards.Required notices.General waste analysis.Security.General inspection.Personnel training.Construction quality assurance program.Preparedness and 5173-303-806173-303-807173-303-808Contingency plan and emergency procedures.Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act TitleIII coordination.Emergencies.Manifest system.Facility recordkeeping.Facility reporting.Other general requirements.Interim status facility standards.Recycling requirements for state-only dangerous waste.Special requirements for recyclable materials used in amanner constituting disposal.Special requirements for the recycling of spent CFC orHCFC refrigerants.Special requirements for dangerous wastes burned forenergy recovery.Standards for the management of used oil.Special requirements for reclaiming spent lead acid battery wastes.Special requirements for recycling spent antifreeze.Special requirements for recyclable material utilized forprecious metal recovery.Special requirements for management of dangerouswaste pharmaceuticals.Standards for universal waste management.Military munitions.Final facility standards.Closure and post-closure.Financial requirements.Use and management of containers.Tank systems.Releases from regulated units.Corrective action.Purpose and applicability.Requirements.Use of the Model Toxics Control Act.Grandfathered corrective action management units(CAMUs).Corrective action management unit (CAMU).Designation of a corrective action management unit.Incorporation of a regulated unit within a CAMU.Temporary units (TUs).Staging piles.Disposal of CAMU-eligible wastes into permitted dangerous waste landfills.Disposal of CAMU-eligible wastes into permitted hazardous waste landfills located outside Washington.Surface impoundments.Land treatment.Waste piles.Landfills.Incinerators.Drip pads.Miscellaneous units.Air emission standards for process vents.Air emission standards for equipment leaks.Air emission standards for tanks, surface impoundments, and containers.Dangerous waste munitions and explosives storage.Containment buildings.Requirements for the Washington state extremely hazardous waste management facility at Hanford.Permit requirements for dangerous waste managementfacilities.Types of dangerous waste management facility permits.Permits by rule.Permit application requirements.Emergency permits.Interim status permits.Final facility permits.Trial burns for dangerous waste incinerator final facilitypermits.Demonstrations for dangerous waste land treatmentfinal facility permits.[Ch. 173-303 WAC p. 1]

Chapter 3-303-9906Dangerous Waste RegulationsResearch, development and demonstration permits.General permit conditions.Permits for boilers and industrial furnaces burning hazardous waste.Facility-specific permit conditions.Permit changes.Procedures for decision making.Integration with maximum achievable control technology (MACT) standards.Appeal of decision.Public involvement and participation.Citizen/proponent negotiations.Petitions.Violations and enforcement.Special powers and authorities of the department.Reserved.Discarded chemical products list.Dangerous waste sources list.Dangerous waste constituents list.Special waste bill of 0DISPOSITION OF SECTIONS FORMERLYCODIFIED IN THIS 1173-303-130173-303-275Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.105 and70.105D RCW. WSR 94-01-060 (Order 92-33), § 173303-084, filed 12/8/93, effective 1/8/94. StatutoryAuthority: Chapters 70.105 and 70.105D RCW, 40C.F.R. Part 271.3 and RCRA § 3006 (42 U.S.C. 3251).WSR 91-07-005 (Order 90-42), § 173-303-084, filed3/7/91, effective 4/7/91. Statutory Authority: Chapter70.105 RCW. WSR 87-14-029 (Order DE-87-4), § 173303-084, filed 6/26/87; WSR 86-12-057 (Order DE-8510), § 173-303-084, filed 6/3/86; WSR 84-09-088(Order DE 83-36), § 173-303-084, filed 4/18/84. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.95.260 and chapter 70.105RCW. WSR 82-05-023 (Order DE 81-33), § 173-303084, filed 2/10/82.] Repealed by WSR 15-01-123(Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.105 and70.105D RCW. WSR 94-01-060 (Order 92-33), § 173303-101, filed 12/8/93, effective 1/8/94. StatutoryAuthority: Chapter 70.105 RCW. WSR 87-14-029(Order DE-87-4), § 173-303-101, filed 6/26/87; WSR86-12-057 (Order DE-85-10), § 173-303-101, filed6/3/86; WSR 84-09-088 (Order DE 83-36), § 173-303101, filed 4/18/84. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.95.260and chapter 70.105 RCW. WSR 82-05-023 (Order DE81-33), § 173-303-101, filed 2/10/82. Formerly chapter173-302 WAC.] Repealed by WSR 15-01-123 (Order13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. StatutoryAuthority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.105 and70.105D RCW. WSR 94-01-060 (Order 92-33), § 173303-103, filed 12/8/93, effective 1/8/94. StatutoryAuthority: Chapters 70.105 and 70.105D RCW, 40C.F.R. Part 271.3 and RCRA § 3006 (42 U.S.C. 3251).WSR 91-07-005 (Order 90-42), § 173-303-103, filed3/7/91, effective 4/7/91. Statutory Authority: Chapter70.105 RCW. WSR 87-14-029 (Order DE-87-4), § 173303-103, filed 6/26/87; WSR 84-14-031 (Order DE 8422), § 173-303-103, filed 6/27/84. Statutory Authority:RCW 70.95.260 and chapter 70.105 RCW. WSR 82-05023 (Order DE 81-33), § 173-303-103, filed 2/10/82.]Repealed by WSR 15-01-123 (Order 13-07), filed12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.WSR 86-12-057 (Order DE-85-10), § 173-303-121,filed 6/3/86; WSR 84-09-088 (Order DE 83-36), § 173303-121, filed 4/18/84.] Repealed by WSR 15-01-123(Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Containment and control of infectious wastes. [Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW and RCW70.95.260. WSR 82-05-023 (Order DE 81-33), § 173303-130, filed 2/10/82.] Repealed by WSR 15-01-123(Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Transfer facilities (or collection facilities). [StatutoryAuthority: Chapter 70.105 RCW and RCW 70.95.260.WSR 82-05-023 (Order DE 81-33), § 173-303-275,filed 2/10/82.] Repealed by WSR 84-14-031 (Order DE[Ch. 173-303 WAC p. 303-575173-303-82084-22), filed 6/27/84. Statutory Authority: Chapter70.105 RCW.Notice of intent. [Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105RCW. WSR 88-07-039 (Order 87-37), § 173-303-284,filed 3/11/88.] Repealed by WSR 88-18-083 (Order 8829), filed 9/6/88. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105RCW.Location standards. [Statutory Authority: Chapter70.105 RCW. WSR 88-07-039 (Order 87-37), § 173303-285, filed 3/11/88.] Repealed by WSR 88-18-083(Order 88-29), filed 9/6/88. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Performance standards. [Statutory Authority: Chapter70.105 RCW. WSR 88-07-039 (Order 87-37), § 173303-286, filed 3/11/88.] Repealed by WSR 88-18-083(Order 88-29), filed 9/6/88. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Siting standards. [Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105RCW. WSR 88-18-083 (Order 88-29), § 173-303-420,filed 9/6/88; WSR 88-07-039 (Order 87-37), § 173-303420, filed 3/11/88; WSR 87-14-029 (Order DE-87-4), §173-303-420, filed 6/26/87. Statutory Authority: RCW70.105.200 through 70.105.270. WSR 87-03-014(Order 86-37), § 173-303-420, filed 1/13/87. StatutoryAuthority: Chapter 70.105 RCW. WSR 84-09-088(Order DE 83-36), § 173-303-420, filed 4/18/84.]Repealed by WSR 90-20-016, filed 9/21/90, effective10/22/90. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.21A.080 and70.105.210, et seq.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.WSR 88-07-039 (Order 87-37), § 173-303-430, filed3/11/88; WSR 84-09-088 (Order DE 83-36), § 173-303430, filed 4/18/84.] Repealed by WSR 15-01-123(Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.WSR 88-07-039 (Order 87-37), § 173-303-440, filed3/11/88; WSR 84-09-088 (Order DE 83-36), § 173-303440, filed 4/18/84.] Repealed by WSR 15-01-123(Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.105 and70.105D RCW. WSR 95-22-008 (Order 94-30), § 173303-550, filed 10/19/95, effective 11/19/95. StatutoryAuthority: Chapters 70.105 and 70.105D RCW, 40C.F.R. Part 271.3 and RCRA § 3006 (42 U.S.C. 3251).WSR 91-07-005 (Order 90-42), § 173-303-550, filed3/7/91, effective 4/7/91. Statutory Authority: Chapter70.105 RCW. WSR 89-02-059 (Order 88-24), § 173303-550, filed 1/4/89; WSR 87-14-029 (Order DE-874), § 173-303-550, filed 6/26/87; WSR 84-09-088(Order DE 83-36), § 173-303-550, filed 4/18/84.]Repealed by WSR 15-01-123 (Order 13-07), filed12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.105 and70.105D RCW. WSR 95-22-008 (Order 94-30), § 173303-560, filed 10/19/95, effective 11/19/95. StatutoryAuthority: Chapters 70.105 and 70.105D RCW, 40C.F.R. Part 271.3 and RCRA § 3006 (42 U.S.C. 3251).WSR 91-07-005 (Order 90-42), § 173-303-560, filed3/7/91, effective 4/7/91. Statutory Authority: Chapter70.105 RCW. WSR 88-18-083 (Order 88-29), § 173303-560, filed 9/6/88; WSR 88-07-039 (Order 87-37), §173-303-560, filed 3/11/88; WSR 87-14-029 (OrderDE-87-4), § 173-303-560, filed 6/26/87; WSR 84-09088 (Order DE 83-36), § 173-303-560, filed 4/18/84.]Repealed by WSR 15-01-123 (Order 13-07), filed12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.WSR 84-09-088 (Order DE 83-36), § 173-303-575,filed 4/18/84. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105RCW and RCW 70.95.260. WSR 82-05-023 (Order DE81-33), § 173-303-575, filed 2/10/82.] Repealed byWSR 15-01-123 (Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.WSR 84-09-088 (Order DE 83-36), § 173-303-820,filed 4/18/84. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105RCW and RCW 70.95.260. WSR 82-05-023 (Order DE81-33), § 173-303-820, filed 2/10/82.] Repealed byWSR 15-01-123 (Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.(9/30/20)

Dangerous Waste 3-9902173-303-9907Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.WSR 84-09-088 (Order DE 83-36), § 173-303-825,filed 4/18/84. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105RCW and RCW 70.95.260. WSR 82-05-023 (Order DE81-33), § 173-303-825, filed 2/10/82.] Repealed byWSR 15-01-123 (Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Response to requests for public records. [StatutoryAuthority: Chapter 70.105 RCW. WSR 88-07-039(Order 87-37), § 173-303-901, filed 3/11/88.] Repealedby WSR 88-18-083 (Order 88-29), filed 9/6/88. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Response to requests for public records. [StatutoryAuthority: Chapters 70.105 and 70.105D RCW. WSR95-22-008 (Order 94-30), § 173-303-905, filed10/19/95, effective 11/19/95. Statutory Authority:Chapter 70.105 RCW. WSR 88-18-083 (Order 88-29), §173-303-905, filed 9/6/88.] Repealed by WSR 15-01123 (Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective 1/18/15.Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.105 and70.105D RCW. WSR 09-14-105 (Order 07-12), § 173303-9902, filed 6/30/09, effective 7/31/09. StatutoryAuthority: Chapter 70.105 RCW. WSR 86-12-057(Order DE-85-10), § 173-303-9902, filed 6/3/86. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW and RCW70.95.260. WSR 82-05-023 (Order DE 81-33), § 173303-9902, filed 2/10/82.] Repealed by WSR 15-01-123(Order 13-07), filed 12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.Reserved. [Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.105,70.105D, 15.54 RCW and RCW 70.105.007. WSR 0011-040 (Order 99-01), § 173-303-9907, filed 5/10/00,effective 6/10/00. Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.105and 70.105D RCW. WSR 94-01-060 (Order 92-33), §173-303-9907, filed 12/8/93, effective 1/8/94. StatutoryAuthority: Chapters 70.105 and 70.105D RCW, 40C.F.R. Part 271.3 and RCRA § 3006 (42 U.S.C. 3251).WSR 91-07-005 (Order 90-42), § 173-303-9907, filed3/7/91, effective 4/7/91. Statutory Authority: Chapter70.105 RCW. WSR 87-14-029 (Order DE-87-4), § 173303-9907, filed 6/26/87. Statutory Authority: RCW70.95.260 and chapter 70.105 RCW. WSR 82-05-023(Order DE 81-33), § 173-303-9907, filed 2/10/82.]Repealed by WSR 15-01-123 (Order 13-07), filed12/18/14, effective 1/18/15. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105 RCW.WAC 173-303-010 Purpose. This regulation implements chapter 70.105 RCW, the Hazardous Waste Management Act as amended, and implements, in part, chapters70.95E, 70.105D, and 15.54 RCW, and Subtitle C of PublicLaw 94-580, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of1976, which the legislature has empowered the department toimplement. The purposes of this regulation are to:(1) Designate those solid wastes which are dangerous orextremely hazardous to the public health and environment;173-303-010Note:The terms public health and human health are used in this chapter interchangeably.(2) Provide for surveillance and monitoring of dangerousand extremely hazardous wastes until they are detoxified,reclaimed, neutralized, or disposed of safely;(3) Provide the form and rules necessary to establish asystem for manifesting, tracking, reporting, monitoring,recordkeeping, sampling, and labeling dangerous andextremely hazardous wastes;(4) Establish the siting, design, operation, closure, postclosure, financial, and monitoring requirements for dangerous and extremely hazardous waste transfer, treatment, storage, and disposal facilities;(5) Establish design, operation, and monitoring requirements for managing the state's extremely hazardous wastedisposal facility;(9/30/20)173-303-016(6) Establish and administer a program for permittingdangerous and extremely hazardous waste management facilities; and(7) Encourage recycling, reuse, reclamation, and recovery to the maximum extent possible.[Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105, 70.105D RCW and Subtitle C ofRCRA. WSR 20-20-045 (Order 19-07), § 173-303-010, filed 9/30/20, effective 10/31/20. Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.105, 70.105D, and 15.54RCW and RCW 70.105.007. WSR 04-24-065 (Order 03-10), § 173-303-010,filed 11/30/04, effective 1/1/05; WSR 00-11-040 (Order 99-01), § 173-303010, filed 5/10/00, effective 6/10/00. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.105RCW. WSR 86-12-057 (Order DE-85-10), § 173-303-010, filed 6/3/86;WSR 84-09-088 (Order DE 83-36), § 173-303-010, filed 4/18/84. StatutoryAuthority: Chapter 70.105 RCW and RCW 70.95.260. WSR 82-05-023(Order DE 81-33), § 173-303-010, filed 2/10/82. Formerly WAC 173-302010.]WAC 173-303-016 Identifying solid waste. (1) Purpose and applicability.(a) The purpose of this section is to identify those materials that are and are not solid wastes.(b)(i) The definition of solid waste contained in this section applies only to wastes that also are dangerous for purposes of the regulations implementing chapter 70.105 RCW.For example, it does not apply to materials (such as nondangerous scrap, paper, textiles, or rubber) that are not otherwisedangerous wastes and that are recycled.(ii) This section identifies only some of the materialswhich are solid wastes and dangerous wastes under chapter70.105 RCW. A material which is not defined as a solidwaste in this section, or is not a dangerous waste identified orlisted in this section, is still a solid waste and a dangerouswaste for purposes of these sections if reason and authorityexists under chapter 70.105 RCW and WAC 173-303-960.Within the constraints of chapter 70.105 RCW, this includes,but is not limited to, any material that: Is accumulated, used,reused, or handled in a manner that poses a threat to publichealth or the environment; or, due to the dangerous constituent(s) in it, when used or reused would pose a threat to publichealth or the environment.(c) Certain materials are solid wastes but are excludedfrom the requirements of this chapter by WAC 173-303-071and 173-303-073.(2) The following terms are used and have the meaningsas defined in WAC 173-303-040:(a) Boiler(b) By-product(c) Incinerator(d) Industrial furnace(e) Reclaim(f) Recover(g) Recycle(h) Used or reused (see reuse or use)(i) Sludge(j) Scrap metal(k) Spent material(l) Excluded scrap metal(m) Processed scrap metal(n) Home scrap metal(o) Prompt scrap metal(3) Definition of solid waste.173-303-016[Ch. 173-303 WAC p. 3]

173-303-016Dangerous Waste Regulations(a) A solid waste is any discarded material that is notexcluded by WAC 173-303-017(2) or that is not excluded byvariance granted under WAC 173-303-017(5).(b) A discarded material is any material that is:(i) Abandoned, as explained in subsection (4) of this section; or(ii) Recycled, as explained in subsection (5) of this section; or(iii) Considered inherently waste-like, as explained insubsection (6) of this section. Persons registering micronutrient or waste-derived fertilizers under chapter 15.54 RCWmust submit information required by the department to indicate compliance with this chapter. The required minimuminformation is described in WAC 173-303-505; or(iv) A military munition identified as a solid waste atWAC 173-303-578(2).(4) Materials are solid waste if they are abandoned bybeing:(a) Disposed of; or(b) Burned or incinerated; or(c) Accumulated, stored, or treated (but not recycled)before or in lieu of being abandoned by being disposed of,burned, or incinerated; or(d) Sham recycled, as defined in subsection (8) of thissection.(5) Materials are solid wastes if they are recycled—oraccumulated, stored, or treated before recycling—as specified in (a) through (d) of this subsection.(a) Used in a manner constituting disposal. Materialsnoted with a "*" in column 1 of Table 1 are solid wastes whenthey are:(i)(A) Applied to or placed on the land in a manner thatconstitutes disposal; or(B) Used to produce products that are applied to orplaced on the land or are otherwise contained in products thatare applied to or placed on the land (in which cases the pro

WAC 173-303-370 Manifest system. 107 WAC 173-303-380 Facility recordkeeping. 111 . WAC 173-303-9904 Dangerous waste sources list. 284 WAC 173-303-9905 Dangerous waste constituents list. 294 WAC 173-303-9906 Special

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