DEEP: Waste Management and Disposal
Waste Management and Disposal
Hazardous Waste
 Biennial H/W Reporting
  Information for conditionally exempt small quantity generators of hazardous waste.
  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.
  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.
  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).
  The transportation of hazardous waste and non-RCRA-Hazardous Waste (Connecticut Regulated Waste) is subject to special requirements in Connecticut.
  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.