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LDR Rules and Regulations 1995

Date: Dec. 21, 1995
Citation: 60 FR 66344
Subject: Hazardous Waste Identification Rule, Proposed Rule
Abstract: This notice proposes risk-based exit levels for hazardous wastes. The notice proposes to cap some of the land disposal restriction numerical treatment standards with the risk-based exit levels.
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Date: Nov. 28, 1995
Citation: 60 FR 58623
Subject: Notice of Intent to Reissue an Exemption, Underground Injection Wells, Cabot Corporation, Intent to Reissue
Abstract: The notice proposes to reissue an exemption from LDRs to the Cabot Corporation so they can continue to dispose of hazardous wastes in a deep underground injection control well.

Date: Nov. 20, 1995
Citation: 60 FR 57747
Subject: Identification and Listing of Petroleum Refining Wastes, Proposed Rule
Abstract: This notice proposes to list as hazardous three petroleum refining wastes. LDR treatment standards (Universal Treatment Standards) are proposed to apply to these wastes.

Date: Oct. 25, 1995
Citation: 60 FR 54645
Subject: Phase IV–Clean Water Act Equivalency, Wood Preserving and TC Metal Wastes, Proposed Rule Correction
Abstract: This final rule makes corrections to the Aug. 22, 1995 proposed rule pertaining to the option 2 flow chart and contradictions between UTS tables for F032, F034,and F035.

Date: Aug. 22, 1995
Citation: 60 FR 43654
Subject: LDR, Phase IV–Clean Water Act Equivalency, Wood Preserving and TC Metal Wastes, Proposed Rule
Abstract: The notice explains that the Agency is considering whether to regulate potential releases to air and groundwater of hazardous constituents from surface impoundments treating wastes that were hazardous when generated but have been diluted to render them nonhazardous. Treatment standards and effective dates for wood preserving wastes and toxicity characteristic metal wastes (D004-D011) are proposed.

Date: May 11, 1995
Citation: 60 FR 25492
Subject: Universal Waste Rule, Final Rule
Abstract: This rule encourages the recycling of certain pesticides, nickel cadmium batteries, and mercury thermostats. Specific to LDR, this rule announces that for universal wastes covered by this rule, the substantive requirements of the LDR program must be met but not the administrative requirements.

Date: March 2, 1995
Citation: 60 FR 11702
Subject: LDR, Phase III–Decharacterized Wastewaters, Spent Potliners, Proposed Rule
Abstract: This notice proposes treatment standards and effective dates for wastes from the production of carbamate pesticides, organobromine flame retardants, and aluminum. In addition, it proposes that characteristic wastewaters must be treated not only to rid the wastes of their characteristic properties, but to treat them for underlying constituents as well. The notice also proposes the banning of hazardous wastes used to fill holes in the ground.

Date: Jan. 3, 1995
Citation: 60 FR 242
Subject: LDR, Phase II–Universal Treatment Standards, Technical Amendment
Abstract: This final rule makes corrections to the prohibitions on land disposal of certain hazardous wastes in the Sept. 19, 1993, Phase II Federal Register.

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