DEEP: Waste Management and Disposal
Waste Management and Disposal
Beneficial Use
 Beneficial Use of Solid Waste Index

BioMedical Waste
 Biomedical Waste
 Biomedical Waste Frequently Asked Questions

Compost
 Active Leaf Composting Facilities
 Brush and Stump Management
 Commercial / Institutional Food Waste Collection and Composting
 Commercial and Institutional Food Scrap Recycling Pilot Projects
 Commercial Organics Collection Pilot Begins
 Commercial Organics Recycling Law
  Certain commercial businesses in CT are now required to recycle food scraps. Learn more here.
 Compost Video Downloads
  Download and view three video programs on composting and grasscycling.
 Composting and Organics Recycling
 Composting and Organics Resources
 Don't Trash Grass!
 Food Residual Composting Facilities
 Food Share Composting Pilot Project
 Foodshare Pilot - August 2002 Update
 FoodShare Pilot - December 2002 Update
 Groton Pilot Photo Gallery
 Groton/Stonington Pilot Project Photo Gallery - Page 2
 Home Composting - Turn Your Spoils into Soil
 Large Scale Organics Management
 Mansfield Middle School Composting Grant - Final Report
 Office Food Scrap Composting at DEEP
  CT DEEP has been composting their food scraps on-site since 1997 diverting about 6,000 pounds per year from the waste stream.
 Organics Mapping Project
 Potential Sources of Compost
 School Composting Bins, School Composting Manual and Website
 School Composting Pilot, June 2003 Update
 School Composting...The Next Step In Recycling
 Sheet Leaf Composting
 Steve Slipchinsky and DEP receive awards for the Foodshare Organics Recycling Project
 Using Compost to Control Erosion
 Vermicomposting Pilot Project
 Vermicomposting Pilot Project Photo Gallery

Construction and Demolition Waste
 C&D Materials Management
 Concrete Recycling/Disposal Criteria Fact Sheet
 Construction and Demolition Aggregate Recycling Facilities
 Highway Construction and Demolition Debris Management
 Renovation and Demolition - Red Flag List
 Renovation and Demolition- E,H and S Requirements
 What is C&D ?

Hazardous Waste
 Biennial H/W Reporting
 CESQG
  Information for conditionally exempt small quantity generators of hazardous waste.
 COMPASS
  COMPASS assists Connecticut businesses and industries in complying with waste management regulations by developing and implementing outreach programs which disseminate information and offering site specific assistance.
 Determining H/W Generator Category
 Financial Assurance
  Financial assurance is required for owners, operators or permittees of certain hazardous waste, solid waste and other facilities to ensure that they will have sufficient funds to pay for cleanup, closure, or post-closure care.
 H/W A to Z
  Alphabetical listing of hazardous waste topics
 H/W Container Management
 H/W Contingency Plan
 H/W Determinations
 H/W Inspection & Enforcement Process
  An overview of the Hazardous Waste (RCRA) Inspection & Enforcement Process
 H/W Inspection Forms
  Forms used to inspect hazardous waste generators, transporters and treatment/storage/disposal facilities in Connectictut
 H/W Inspections
 H/W Manifest Database - Purchase
  RCRA "Cradle to grave" tracking system database for shipments of hazardous wastes in Connecticut is available on CD-ROM using this order form.
 H/W Manifest Requirements
 H/W Personnel Training
 Hazardous Waste
 Information for generators of hazardous waste
  Except for household hazardous waste, all hazardous waste must be managed in compliance with hazardous waste generator requirements, which vary depending on the amounts of hazardous waste that is generated and stored at the site.
 LQG
  An LQG generates the most waste, and is the most highly-regulated type of hazardous waste generator.
 Non-RCRA Hazardous Waste
 Permitting and Reporting Requirements for the Collection of Household Hazardous Waste, Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator Hazardous Waste, Electronic Waste, Pharmaceutical Waste and Sharps
 Pharmaceutical Stakeholders Group
  DEEP is moving forward with establishing regulations concerning the handling of pharmaceuticals and has established a stakeholders working group to assist in their development.
 RCRA Help!
  If you generate hazardous waste, there are hazardous waste management requirements that apply to you.
 SQG
  An SQG generates more hazardous waste than a Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) and therefore has more hazardous waste requirements to comply with than a CESQG, but fewer requirements than a Large Quantity Generator (LQG).
 Transporters
  The transportation of hazardous waste and non-RCRA-Hazardous Waste (Connecticut Regulated Waste) is subject to special requirements in Connecticut.
 TSDFs
  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage & Disposal Facilities in Connecticut
 Universal Waste Rule
 What is Hazardous Waste?
  Hazardous wastes include many kinds of discarded chemicals and other wastes generated from commercial, industrial, and institutional activities.

Hazardous Waste Regs
 Corrective Action at RCRA Land Disposal Facilities
 Hazardous Waste Management Regulations
 Hazardous Waste Regulations Revised
 New Hazardous Waste Regulations Issued

Household Hazardous Waste
 Bringing Small Business Waste To Household Hazardous Waste Collections
 Collection of Household Hazardous Waste, Electronic Devices, Sharps, Pharmaceuticals and Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Hazardous Waste
 Household Hazardous Waste Collections
 Household Hazardous Waste Vendors

Remediation Waste
 Corrective Action and Financial Assurance Links
 Management of Contaminated Environmental Media - FAQs
 RCRA "Contained-In" Policy
 Remediation Waste

Solid Waste
 Active Landfill Sites
 Connecticut Resource Recovery Facilities
  Resource Recovery Facilities
 Governors Recycling Work Group
  Governor Malloy has established a working group which is tasked with submitting recommendations to improve the state's approach to recycling, reduce costs, and more efficiently use waste materials.
 Materials Management Summit Series
  The DEEP is sponsoring a series of summits to discuss how we can begin to tranform the way we manage solid waste in CT.
 MIRA RFP
 MIRA RFP - Facility Permit Info
 MIRA RFP - Public Comments
  A list of and links for copies of public comments received in response to DEEP's September 14, 2017 public notice regarding three proposals to modernize the Connecticut Solid Waste System Project.
 Permitting of Municipal Transfer Stations
  The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) developed and issued a general permit for the operation of municipal transfer stations. Most municipal transfer stations are eligible for the Municipal Transfer Station General Permit.
 Resources Recovery Task Force
  The Resources Recovery Task Force was established to study the operations, financial stability, and business models of resource recovery facilities operating in Connecticut.
 RFP Phase II Addendum 2
  This page provides additional documents in support of entities making submissions for Phase II of the Resource Rediscovery RFP.
 RFP Phase II Addendum 3
  CSWSP RFP Addendum 3 -- Additional Information Including Copies of Contracts, Reports, and Tables Relating to MIRA Facilities. This information is provided as a resource for persons that are interested in responding to or commenting on the CSWSP RFP.
 Solid Waste
 Solid Waste Characterization Study
  DEP is conducting a solid waste characterization study for the purpose of better targeting waste disposal diversion efforts and estimating associated costs for managing the waste stream.
 Solid Waste Permitting Process for Individual Permit
  Overview of the permitting process for individual solid waste facility permit
 Transforming Solid Waste Mgmt Into a Materials Economy
  As we aim to waste less, recycle more and reduce our carbon footprint, we need to transform the way we manage our solid waste to help grow green business and jobs in CT.

Solid Waste Facility Operators
 Certification for Solid Waste Facility Operators

Solid Waste Management Plan
 Composting and Organics Subcommittee
  The page contains information about the Composting and Organics subcommittee of the Solid Waste Managment Advisory Committee.
 Comprehensive Materials Management Strategy
  CT's solid waste management plan in being revised. Learn more about how to become involved in this discussion.
 Construction and Demolition Subcommittee
  This page contains information about meetings of the C & D subcommmittee of the Solid Waste advisory Committee.
 Database Management Subcommittee
  This page contains information on the Database Management Subcommittee meeting of the Solid Waste Management Advisory Committee
 Gypsum Wallboard Recycling
  Documents the meetings of the gypsum wallboard subcommitee and includes any notes, documents or presentations from the meetings.
 Materials Reuse Network
  Documents the meetings of the Materials Reuse Network and provides any notes or presentations from the meetings.
 Recycling and Source Reduction Subcommittee
  This page contains information on meetings of the Recycling and Source Reduction Subcommittee of the Solid Waste Management Advisory Committee.
 Recycling Market Development Council
  The Solid waste Advisory Committee has a subcommittee called the Recycling Market Development Council.
 Solid Waste Management Advisory Committee
  The purpose of the Solid Waste Management Advisory Committee is to assist the Department in implementing the Solid Waste ManagementPlan. Task will be to identify emerging issues and solutions and to participate in any revisions to the Plan as necessary.
 Solid Waste Management Plan
 State Solid Waste Advisory Committee Information And Schedule
  Solid Waste Advisory Committtee Information and Schedule
 Statutes and Regulations
  This page contains information about the meetings of the Statutes and Regulation Reform Subcommittee of the Solid Waste Advisory Committee.

Transporters and Facilities
 Commercial Hazardous & Regulated Waste Facilities
 Waste Transporters and Facilities

Waste General
 Compliance Assistance
 Fact Sheets
 Help Put an End to Illegal Dumping
 Information for Municipalities
 Proper Management of Used Oil
 Regulating Waste: Storage, Treatment, Transportation, and Disposal
 Waste Disposal - Information for Individuals
 What Do I Do With...?
 Workshop On Illegal Dumping Enforcement Procedures
  Video of CT DEEP's 4th informational workshop on illegal dumping enforcement procedures.