Dating pcb spills
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However, PCB bulk product waste, even at concentrations of PCBs greater than 50 ppm, can be disposed in a non-hazardous solid waste facility, as long as this disposal is permitted by that state’s solid waste regulations Since TSCA authority has not been delegated to any of the states, both EPA and state regulations apply.
Knowing your specific federal and state requirements for PCB management is essential if you want to remain in compliance with applicable federal and state regulations. Remediation Waste PCB remediation waste is waste containing PCBs as a result of a spill or release (date and concentration limits apply), e.g., PCB-contaminated soil, sediments, and concrete.
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