HWTR Generator Rules Outreach


The dangerous waste rules are changing. We want to hear which tools would help keep you up to date. Your answers will help us develop materials and trainings.


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If you have any questions or need help with the survey please contact Amelia Min-Venditti at 360-407-6988.

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Question 1 of 6

Describe your business type. Choose any that apply.

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  • Small quantity generator
  • Medium quantity generater
  • Large quantity generator
  • Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facility
  • Private contractor/consultant
  • Not sure or other

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Question 2 of 6

Rate the usefulness of the following tools to help you understand the regulations.

Email updates
Newsletters
Online webinars
Print documents like handouts or guidance documents
Ecology's website
In-person regional trainings with other businesses
Videos
Self-directed training products, like training modules
Wall posters
At trade shows and conferences

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Question 3 of 6

If you are interested in regional trainings about the update regulations, which location would you be willing to travel to?

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  • Bellevue
  • Yakima
  • Spokane
  • Lacey
  • Other

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Question 4 of 6

Which of the following dangerous waste rule topics do you want more information about? [Please rank all that apply, 1 is highest interest]

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    Definition of Solid Waste: Revisions to Solid Waste Variances and to the Definition of Legitimacy

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    Revisions to the Export Provisions of the Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) Rule

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    Hazardous Waste Export-Import Revisions

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    Hazardous Waste Electronic Manifest Rule

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    Changes to the PCB waste exclusion

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    Solvent contaminated wipes

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Question 5 of 6

For the generator improvement rule, which of these topics do you want more information about? [Please rank all that apply, 1 is highest interest]

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    Alternative standards for episodic generation like allowing a generator to avoid moving to a higher generator status when generating episodic waste, such as a clean out.

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    Small quantity generators (SQG) sending waste to large quantity generators (LQG) under the same owner. This allows the SQGs additional waste to be managed under the LQG's regulations.

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    Standards for labeling waste such as size and readability.

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    Rules clarifying generator's requirements and conditions for exclusion. These rules help generators better understand how to avoid a storage permit yet be in compliance with the dangerous waste regulations.

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    Generator status, which is now only based on the amount of dangerous waste generated per month. The dangerous waste regulations will now have formal definitions for each generator category and their responsibilities are better organized.

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    Contingency plans required for any area where dangerous waste is generate and/or accumulated.

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    New or revised definitions of generator categories.

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    New or revised definitions weekly inspections

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    New or revised definitions container inspections

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    Designating unknown materials by those persons who discover the solids wastes on their property.

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    Other

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Question 6 of 6

Other comments you would like to share?

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