Where is the Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule in Effect?
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On November 28, 2016, EPA issued a rule that finalizes a much-needed update to the hazardous waste generator regulations to make the rules easier to understand, facilitate better compliance, provide greater flexibility in how hazardous waste is managed and close important gaps in the regulations. This map shows the states where the Generator Improvements final rule is in effect.
Last updated on October 10, 2018
Note: In the event that a link to state regulations is not found or available, search for the state environmental regulatory program's website in our list of hazardous waste programs Web page. You may need to search within the state website to find more information about the generator improvements final rule. The state links below all Exit EPA.
|State or Territory||Link to State Regulations||Adopted the Rule||Authorized for the Rule|
|Federal Tribes (uses Federal Regulations)||Administered by appropriate EPA Region|
|Alabama||Regulations (PDF) (1142 pp, 3.77 M, About PDF)||Yes||No|
|Alaska (uses Federal Regulations)||Administered by EPA Region 10|
|American Samoa (uses Federal Regulations)||Administered by EPA Region 9|
|District of Columbia||No||No|
|Georgia||Regulations (1 pp, 212 K, About PDF)||Yes||No|
|Idaho||Hazardous Waste web page||Yes||No|
|Iowa (uses Federal Regulations)||Administered by EPA Region 7|
|Northern Mariana Islands (uses Federal Regulations)||Administered by EPA Region 9|
|Oklahoma||Regulations (PDF)(31 pp, 258 K, About PDF)||Yes||No|
|Puerto Rico (uses Federal Regulations)||No||No|
|U.S. Virgin Islands (uses Federal Regulations)||Administered by EPA Region 2|
|Utah||Regulations (241 pp, 1,895 K, About PDF)||Yes||No|