RCRA Section 3007 Survey for Paint Manufacturing Facilities, February 15, 2000EPA conducted a survey (Information Collection Request, or ICR, of the U.S. paint manufacturing industry to determine if certain residuals should be listed as hazardous waste under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Section 3001(b)(1)(42 U.S.C. 6921). EPA must promulgate final hazardous waste listing determinations for the following five paint production residuals: (1) solvent cleaning waste, (2) water/caustic cleaning wastes, (3) wastewater treatment sludge, (4) emissions control dust or sludge, and (5) off-specification production wastes. The information requested in this questionnaire is necessary for EPA to analyze how solid and hazardous waste is currently managed in the U.S. manufacturing industry.
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- Final RCRA Section 3007 Survey for Paint Manufacturing Facilities (PDF) - February 15, 2000 (41 pp, 951K)
Agency Information Collection Activities; Proposed Collection; Comment Request; RCRA Section 3007 Questionnaire of the Paint Manufacturing Industry, August 25, 1999This notice is soliciting comment on the Information Collection Request (ICR) entitled "RCRA section 3007 Questionnaire of the Paint Manufacturing Industry.'' EPA is currently in the process of making a determination whether certain waste streams generated from the manufacture of paint in the United States should be regulated as listed hazardous waste under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). This document describes the proposed information collection efforts and their expected burden and cost.
Federal Register (PDF) (2 pp, 21K)
- Draft Supporting Statement: Information Collection Request for Paint
Manufacturing Waste Industry
Survey (PDF) - August 25, 1999 (33 pp, 94K)
- Draft RCRA Section 3007 Survey for Paint Manufacturing Facilities (PDF) - August 25, 1999 (19 pp, 65K)