Sunday, January 28, 2018

Who Needs An EPA ID Number?

Federal regulations require large and small quantity generators of hazardous waste to obtain an EPA Identification (EPA ID) number using EPA Form 8700-12 and to submit the completed form to the authorized state agency or EPA regional office if the state is not authorized to implement the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Subtitle C program. The Site Identification Form (EPA Form 8700-12) includes information such as:
  • Facility’s name and address,
  • Contact information,
  • A description of hazardous waste activities conducted at the site, and
  • Projected generator status, SQG or LQG.
Very small quantity generators of hazardous waste are not required by federal EPA to obtain an EPA ID number or submit a notification form, but may be subject to state-specific reporting requirements. In addition, in some areas local governments, such as Counties or Cities, may have licencing or permitting requirements.

Onsite Waste Disposal Observed During 
Phase 1 Environmental Assessment

Caltha LLP assists hazardous waste generators in applying for hazardous waste generator licence, developing hazardous waste management programs, providing employee hazardous waste training and waste reduction / waste minimization consulting.

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