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LDR Rules and Regulations 1996

Date: Aug. 26, 1996
Citation: 61 FR 43924
Subject: LDR, Phase III–Hazardous Waste from Carbamate Production, Immediate Final Rule
Abstract: This emergency revision allows, for one year, carbamate wastes to be treated either by any technology which achieves the levels specified for carbamate wastes in the Phase III rule, or by the Best Demonstrated Available Technology used to set those treatment levels.
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Date: July 10, 1996
Citation: 61 FR 36419
Subject: LDR, Phase III–Decharacterized Wastewaters, Spent Potliners, Correction
Abstract: This technical correction makes corrections to the table of Treatment Standards for Hazardous Wastes in the Phase III rule published on April 8, 1996.

Date: June 28, 1996
Citation: 61 FR 33680
Subject: LDR, Phase III–Decharacterized Wastewaters, Spent Potliners, Correction
Abstract: This technical correction corrects errors made in the Phase III Partial Withdrawal published on April 8, 1996.

Date: April 30, 1996
Citation: 61 FR 19117
Subject: LDR, Phase III–Decharacterized Wastewaters, Spent Potliners, Correction
Abstract: This notice corrects a date in the Phase III Partial Withdrawal from July 1, 1996 to July 8, 1996.

Date: April 30, 1996
Citation: 61 FR 19117
Subject: LDR, Phase III–Decharacterized Wastewaters, Spent Potliners, Correction
Abstract: This notice corrects the effective date in the Phase III Partial Withdrawal, from April 5, 1995 to April 8, 1996.

Date: April 8, 1996
Citation: 61 FR 15660
Subject: LDR, Phase III–Decharacterized Wastewaters, Spent Potliners, Partial Withdrawal and Amendment of Final Rule
Abstract: This rule withdraws portions of the Phase III rule published elsewhere on April 8, 1996, resulting from the decision made in Chemical Waste Management v. EPA, and the Sept. 19, 1994 Phase II final rule. These revisions are in response to the Land Disposal Flexibility Act of 1999, which said that characteristic hazardous wastes are no longer prohibited so long as they are not hazardous wastes at the point they are land disposed.

Date: April 8, 1996
Citation: 61 FR 15566
Subject: LDR, Phase III–Decharacterized Wastewaters, Spent Potliners, Final Rule
Abstract: This final rule sets treatment standards and effective dates for wastes generated in the production of carbamate pesticides and aluminum potliners. In addition, the rule revises treatment standards for hazardous wastes displaying the reactivity characteristic so that the characteristic is removed and underlying hazardous constituents are treated. The rule also makes states that combustion of inorganic wastes may be a violation of the dilution prohibition.

Date: Jan. 25, 1996
Citation: 61 FR 2337
Subject: LDR, Phase IV–Clarification of Bevill Exclusion for Mining Wastes, Supplemental Proposed Rule
Abstract: This notice proposes that mineral processing secondary materials would be excluded from the definition of solid waste if they are managed to meet conditions such asa being legitimately recycled, stored only for short periods and not causing contamination. They would also be excluded if they are returned to beneficiation units and meet certain conditions the applicability of the Bevill Amendment to specific LDR regulated wastes. In addition it proposes that the TCLP should be used for testing mineral processing wastes. It also proposes to exclude recyclable processed scrap metal and shredded circuit boards from RCRA. The notice also proposes to significantly reduce LDR paperwork.

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