Regulatory Development and Retrospective Review Tracker
Additions to List Section 241.4 Categorical Non-Waste Fuels
a.k.a. NHSM - Additions to Categorical Non-Waste Fuels (Non-Hazardous Secondary Material)
RIN: 2050-AG74 (What's this?)
Current Phase: Pre-Proposal (What's this?)
In the 2013 Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials (NHSM) final rule, the Agency established a rulemaking process for categorical determinations for adding NHSMs as non-waste fuels. In addition, EPA identified several NHSMs that it considered to be good candidates for a categorical listing.
|NPRM: Sent to OMB for Regulatory Review||09/05/2013|
|NPRM: Received by OMB||09/07/2013|
|NPRM: Published in FR||03/2014 (projected)|
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Federal Government - other agencies
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- NPRM - This stage of the rulemaking underwent review.
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Citation
40 CFR 241
42 USC 6903;42 USC 6912;42 USC 7429
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