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Whoops……. This type of waste includes Fluorescent light bulbs. Arsenic, Lead and Silver are all examples of this type of waste. Non Specific Source Wastes carry codes that start with this letter. Pink Water from dynamite smelting carries a waste code that starts with this letter.

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This type of waste includes

Fluorescent light bulbs.


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Arsenic, Lead and Silver are all examples of this type of waste.


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Non Specific Source Wastes carry codes that start with this letter.


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Pink Water from dynamite smelting carries a waste code that starts with this letter.


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Allyl Alcohol is an example of this type of waste.


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This area is at or near the point of generation.


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A SQG can have up to 6,000 kg of waste in this area.(not in CT)


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This area must be inspected weekly.


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Up to 55 gallons of waste can be kept in this area.


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What information is required on a container of Used Fluorescent Light Bulbs and how long can it stay in storage?


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Manifests must be retained for __ ______.


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This document accompanies the manifest and identifies UHC’s.


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After signing a manifest, you have ___ days to send out copies (if required).


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If you haven’t received a copy back from the TSDF in ____ days, you must contact your state’s regulatory agency


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What can be found in section 16 of a manifest?


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I generate between 100 kg and 1,000 kg of hazardous waste per month.


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I can store waste on site for up to 90 days.


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I generate less than 100 kg of hazardous waste in a calendar month.


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If I generate 1 quart of this type of waste in a calendar month, my status could change.


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The EPA regulations governing hazardous waste generators can be found at

____ CFR _________


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Waste with a flashpoint of ____ F or less is considered Ignitable


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What is the criteria for a D002 waste?


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Team Challenge:

What information can be found on a manifest?


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How often does a Hazardous Waste Storage area have to be inspected?


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List 5 things you would look for in an inspection.


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How much Universal Waste can be kept on site by a Small Quantity Handler?


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There are two types of shipping documents that can be used to ship Universal Waste.

Name them.


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What does CERCLA

stand for?


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Name the following 4 DOT Hazard classes.


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