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Full Document:
Title:CLARIFICATION OF WHEN A SECONDARY MATERIAL MEETS THE DEFINITION OF ""SPENT MATERIAL""
RCRA Online Number:11822
Date:03/24/1994
To:Directors, Regions 1-10
From:Shapiro
Organization of Recipient:EPA
Description: Clarification of when a secondary material is a spent material and the definition of contamination are discussed. Materials such as used lead-acid batteries (battery), solvents, and mercury thermostats and switches are spent materials when sent for reclamation, even if they can still be used for their original purpose (See Also: RO 14814). Characteristic sludges and by-products are not solid wastes when reclaimed. Commercial chemical products (CCPs), whether listed or characteristic, are not solid wastes when reclaimed.
Regulatory Citation(s) : 261.1(c)(1), 261.2(c)(3) EXIT disclaimer
Statutory Citation(s):NA Read US Code 42, Chapter 82 EXIT disclaimer
Topic(s):Batteries; Hazardous Waste; Hazardous Waste Recycling; Mercury Wastes; Solvents
Approximate Number of Hardcopy Pages:4
EPA Publication Number:NA
RPPC Number (if applicable): 9441.1994(07)
Official OSW Policy:No

 

 
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