- WEB EXCLUSIVE
- PE COFFEEHAUS
Several of the corrections are not worth mention. The relative ones:
- Correction to the definition of "central accumulation area" to make sure facilities remember that large quantity generators are also subject to Sec. 262.34(b), if they accumulate hazardous waste for more than 90 days.
- Eligible academic entities that choose to opt into Subpart K are required to have a written LMP with two parts, and a total of nine elements. The two parts are the only parts (as opposed to seven "mystery" parts).
- In-line containers were added to the container management standards, allowing venting of a container when it is necessary for the proper operation of laboratory equipment, such as with in-line collection of unwanted materials from high performance liquid chromatographs.
SOURCE: Federal Register