40 CFR 261.4(a)(24) Verified Recycler Exclusion

The Verified Recycler Exclusion was created by the 2015 Definition of Solid Waste Rule and replaces the Transfer Based Exclusion which was previously found at 40 CFR 261.4(a)(24). If the conditions of this exclusion are complied with by all subject persons then a hazardous secondary material is excluded from regulation as a solid waste and therefore can not be a hazardous waste. Central to its conditions - though by far not the only one - is the requirement to use a verified reclamation facility and intermediate facility, if one is used. This short presentation and the documents hyperlinked to it (all can be found on my blog: http://danielstraining.com/blog/) will aid you in understanding what is required to take advantage of this very valuable conditional exclusion.

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40 CFR 261.4(a)(24) Verified Recycler Exclusion

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The Verified Recycler Exclusion was created by the 2015 Definition of Solid Waste Rule and replaces the Transfer Based Exclusion which was previously found at 40 CFR 261.4(a)(24). If the conditions of this exclusion are complied with by all subject persons then a hazardous secondary material is excluded from regulation as a solid waste and therefore can not be a hazardous waste. Central to its conditions - though by far not the only one - is the requirement to use a verified reclamation facility and intermediate facility, if one is used. This short presentation and the documents hyperlinked to it (all can be found on my blog: http://danielstraining.com/blog/) will aid you in understanding what is required to take advantage of this very valuable conditional exclusion.
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