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Subject 391-3-19 HAZARDOUS SITE RESPONSE

Rule 391-3-19-.01 General Provisions

(1) Purpose. The purpose of these rules is to establish policies, procedures, requirements, and standards to implement the Georgia Hazardous Site Response Act, Official Code Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A) Section 12-8-90et seq. (1992), as amended. These Rules are promulgated to protect and enhance the quality of Georgia's environment and to protect the public health, safety, and well-being of its citizens.
(2) Authority. These Rules are issued under the authority of the Georgia Hazardous Site Response Act (HSRA), O.C.G.A Section 12-8-90et seq.

Rule 391-3-19-.02 Conventions

(1) Abbreviations.

CERCLA - Federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, as amended

CFR - Code of Federal Regulations

HSRA - Georgia Hazardous Site Response Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-8-90et seq.

IEUBK - USEPA's Integrated Exposure Uptake Biokinetic Model for Lead in Children

IRIS - USEPA's Integrated Risk Information System

NCP - The National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan, 40 CFR Part 300

O.C.G.A. - Official Code of Georgia, Annotated

PPRTV - USEPA's Provisional Peer Reviewed Toxicity Values

RAGS, Part A - "Risk Assessment Guidance for Superfund: Volume 1 - Human Health Evaluation Manual (Part A)," USEPA document EPA/540/1-89/002, December 1989.

RAGS, Part B - "Risk Assessment Guidance for Superfund: Volume 1 - Human Health Evaluation Manual (Part B, Development of Risk-based Preliminary Remediation Goals)," USEPA document EPA/540/R-92/003, December 1991

SARA - Federal Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986, as amended

SW-846 - "Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods,"

USEPA Publication SW-846

USEPA - United States Environmental Protection Agency

(2) Definitions. Unless otherwise defined in this chapter, the definition of all terms included in the HSRA, O.C.G.A. 12-8-90 et seq., as amended, the Georgia Hazardous Waste Management Act (HWMA) O.C.G.A. § 12-8-60et seq., as amended, and in the Rules for Hazardous Waste Management, Section 391-3-11-.02, shall have the same meaning in this chapter. When used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meaning given below:
(a) Approved analytical test method means SW-846 test methods that have been promulgated, recommended, or otherwise approved by USEPA, or methods approved for use by the Division;
(b) Conditionally exempt small quantity generator means a hazardous waste generator who generates 220 pounds or less of hazardous waste in one month;
(c) Defined release means any release which is an event which has a known duration of less than 30 consecutive days, which has a known source, and which involves quantities that are known or can be estimated;
(d) Detection limit means the practical quantitation limit (PQL), defined as the lowest concentration, for an approved analytical test method and for a given sample matrix, at which the quantity of a regulated substance can be measured with a stated degree of confidence under routine laboratory operating conditions;
(e) Final receiving facility means a receiving facility that receives a hazardous waste and from which that hazardous waste will not be reshipped for further off-site management;
(f) Free product means any non-aqueous phase liquid that contains a regulated substance and that has accumulated at a groundwater surface, has pooled above a low permeability boundary in an aquifer, or can move freely in the aquifer;
(g) Ground water means any subsurface water that is in a zone of saturation;
(h) Large quantity generator means a hazardous waste generator who generates 2.2 pounds or more of acute hazardous waste or 2200 pounds or more of hazardous waste in one month;
(i) Non-residential property means any real property or portion of a property not currently being used for human habitation or for other purposes with a similar potential for human exposure, at which activities have been or are being conducted that can be categorized in one of the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) major groups 01-97 inclusive (except the four-digit codes 4941, 8051, 8059, 8062-3, 8069, 8211, 8221-2, 8351, 8661, and 9223). Non-residential property includes all of the contiguous block(s) and lot(s) controlled by the same owner or operator that are vacant land, or that are used in conjunction with such business. For leased properties, non-residential property includes the leasehold and any external tank, surface impoundment, septic system, or any other structure, vessel, contrivance, or unit that provides, or is utilized for the management of regulated substances to or from the leasehold;
(j) Off-site management means the movement of hazardous waste beyond the property boundary of the facility where it was generated for disposal, incineration, treatment, storage, burning for energy recovery, recycling and/or reuse at a receiving facility;
(k) On-site management means the disposal, incineration, treatment, storage, burning for energy recovery, recycling and/or reuse of self-generated hazardous waste by any large quantity generator before it is shipped for off-site management or discharged from an out fall regulated under the Georgia Water Quality Control Act;
(l) Out-of-state generator means any generator outside the State of Georgia that ships hazardous waste to a receiving facility located within the State of Georgia;
(m) Receiving facility means a facility that receives hazardous waste for disposal, incineration, treatment, storage, burning for energy recovery, recycling and/or reuse;
(n) Regulated substance means any substance defined in the Hazardous Waste Management Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-8-62, by the terms "hazardous waste" or "hazardous constituent," or any substance defined in the Hazardous Site Response Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-8-92, as "hazardous substance" (all such regulated substances are listed in Appendix I of this Chapter);
(o) Release means any intentional or unintentional act or omission resulting in the spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, discharging, injecting, escaping, leaching, dumping, or disposing into the environment, including without limitation the abandonment or discarding of barrels, containers, and other closed receptacles, of any hazardous waste, hazardous constituent, or hazardous substance; provided however, that such term shall not include any release which results in exposure to persons solely within a workplace, with respect to a claim which such persons may assert against the employer of such persons; emissions from the engine exhaust of any motor vehicle, rolling stock, aircraft, vessel, or pipeline pumping station; or the normal application of fertilizer;
(p) Reportable quantity means the amount of any released regulated substance which causes a site to meet the criteria for listing on the Hazardous Site Inventory pursuant to the screening method provided in Appendix II of this Chapter;
(q) Reshipped for further off-site management means when a receiving facility has received hazardous waste and where such hazardous waste has undergone disposal, incineration, treatment, storage, recycling and/or reuse at that receiving facility and the receiving facility subsequently signs the manifest accompanying such hazardous waste to send it to another receiving facility where it will undergo further disposal, incineration, treatment, storage, burning for energy recovery, recycling and/or reuse;
(r) Residential property means any property that does not exclusively meet the definition of non-residential property. In addition to recognized residential use, it also includes property used for establishments classified by those SIC codes that are excepted from the definition herein of "non-residential". Also, a portion of non-residential property that is used in part for residential activities, such as a day care center, is defined as residential;
(s) Responsible party means any person who has contributed or who is contributing to a release, as defined at O.C.G.A. 12-8-92(9);
(t) Self-generated hazardous waste means hazardous waste generated by a large quantity generator or a small quantity generator;
(u) Shipped for off-site management means when a generator signs the manifest accompanying a hazardous waste shipment bound for a receiving facility where it will undergo disposal, incineration, treatment, storage, burning for energy recovery, recycling and/or reuse at that facility;
(v) Site means that portion of the owner's contiguous property and any other owner's property affected by a release exceeding a reportable quantity;
(w) Small quantity generator means a hazardous waste generator who generates greater than 220 pounds but less than 2200 pounds of hazardous waste in one month;
(x) Soil means any unconsolidated earth material, together with any unconsolidated plant or animal matter or foreign material that has become incorporated into it, that either consists of, remains within, or comes to be deposited on, native soil or regolith;
(y) Source material means any material that includes or contains regulated substances that act or may likely act as a reservoir for migration of regulated substances to groundwater, soil, surface water, or air, or acts as a source for direct exposure;
(z) Ton of hazardous waste means a standard short ton (2000 pounds) including any fraction thereof;
(aa) Wastewater means any self-generated hazardous waste that undergoes on-site management in a wastewater treatment facility prior to its discharge from an out fall that is regulated under the Georgia Water Quality Control Act.
(3) Number and gender. As used in this chapter, words in the singular also include the plural and words in the masculine gender also include the feminine and vice versa, as the case may require.
(4) Submittal of documents. All information required to be submitted to the Director pursuant to this Chapter shall be submitted in such form as may be prescribed by the Director including the submittal of information in electronic format.

Rule 391-3-19-.03 Hazardous Waste Management and Hazardous Substance Reporting Fees

(1) Exclusions. Hazardous waste generated by the following is exempted from the hazardous waste management fees required by this section:
(a) Conditionally exempt small quantity generators;
(b) Corrective action required by an order, permit, or approved closure plan issued pursuant to the Georgia Hazardous Waste Management Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-8-60et seq., as amended;
(c) Corrective action required by an order of the Director pursuant to the Hazardous Site Response Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-8-90et seq., as amended; and
(d) Response actions required under the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, as amended.
(2) Fees for off-site management of hazardous wastes. The requirements of this subsection are applicable to generators that ship self-generated hazardous waste for off site management.
(a) For the purpose of determining the tonnage of hazardous waste shipped for off-site management to which the fees of this subsection apply, the generator shall use the amount recorded on the manifest accompanying each hazardous waste shipment expressed in tons. These amounts shall be measured by methods that provide an accurate and precise measurement of the weight in tons of each shipment received by the final receiving facility.
1. Small quantity generators. Each small quantity generator shall pay an annual fee to the Division of $115.00. Small quantity generators are not subject to any other provisions of this section regarding hazardous waste management fees; they may, however, be subject to the provisions regarding hazardous substance reporting fees.
2. Receiving facilities that are large quantity generators. Receiving facilities that are large quantity generators are subject to the requirements of this subsection only with respect to self-generated hazardous wastes.
3. Large quantity generators. Each large quantity generator shall pay an annual fee to the Division as provided for in O.C.G.A. § 12-8-95.1(a).
(i) Determination of applicable fee. Each large quantity generator shall determine which off-site management fee as provided for in O.C.G.A. § 12-8-95.1(a)(1) is applicable for each ton of hazardous waste which has been shipped for off-site management based upon the method of off site management that waste undergoes at the final receiving facility. When a large quantity generator ships a ton of hazardous waste for off-site management and pays the applicable fee of this subsection, that large quantity generator shall not pay any additional fees for any further off-site management of that hazardous waste. For each ton of hazardous waste shipped for off-site management, each large quantity generator shall pay the applicable fee of this subsection for the calendar year in which such shipment for off-site management occurred.
(3) Fees for on-site management of hazardous wastes. The requirements of this subsection are applicable to large quantity generators whose self-generated wastes undergo on-site management and which are not ultimately shipped for off-site management. For each ton of hazardous waste that undergoes on-site management and which is not ultimately shipped for off-site management, each large quantity generator shall pay to the Division per calendar year the applicable fee as provided for in O.C.G.A. § 12-8-95.1(a)(2). When a ton of hazardous waste undergoes more than one form of on site management the large quantity generator shall determine which fee in this subsection is applicable based upon the final method of on-site management that waste undergoes. For each ton of hazardous waste which undergoes on-site management and which is ultimately shipped for off-site management, the large quantity generator shall not pay the applicable on-site management fee of this subsection but shall instead pay the applicable off-site management fee as required by subsection 391-3-19-.03(2). For the purpose of determining the tonnage of hazardous waste managed on-site, each large quantity generator shall employ direct measurement or other techniques that provide a precise and accurate determination of the tonnage of hazardous waste undergoing on-site management. Each large quantity generator shall pay the applicable fee of this subsection for the on-site management of that hazardous waste for the calendar year in which such on-site management occurred.
(a) For the purposes of this subsection, a generator who generates wastewater that is a hazardous waste shall not be required to count said wastewater in determining its generator status. However, if a generator determines that it is a large quantity generator, even without counting its hazardous waste wastewater, the generator shall pay the applicable fees on those wastewaters. For the purposes of this section, dilution of wastewater that is a hazardous waste shall be considered to be treatment and subject to the fees applicable to treated or stored hazardous waste.
(4) Fees for hazardous waste received from out-of-state generators. The requirements of this subsection are applicable to receiving facilities that receive hazardous waste from an out-of-state generator. For each ton of hazardous waste received by a receiving facility from an out-of-state generator, the receiving facility shall pay to the Division the applicable fee as provided for in O.C.G.A. § 12-8-95.1(a)(3).
(a) For the purpose of determining the tonnage of hazardous waste received to which the fees of this section apply, the receiving facility shall use the amount recorded on the manifest accompanying each hazardous waste shipment expressed in tons. These amounts shall be measured by methods that provide an accurate and precise measurement of the weight in tons of each shipment received by the receiving facility.
(b) Each receiving facility shall determine which fee in this subsection is applicable for each ton of hazardous waste received from an out-of-state generator based upon the method of management that waste undergoes at the final receiving facility. When a receiving facility receives a ton of hazardous waste from an out-of-state generator and pays the applicable fee in this subsection that receiving facility shall not pay the off-site management fee in subsection 391-3-19-.03(2). For each ton of hazardous waste received by a receiving facility from an out-of-state generator, the receiving facility shall pay to the Division the applicable fee of this subsection for the calendar year in which such waste was received.
(5) Fees for hazardous substance reporting. The requirements of this subsection are applicable to each person required to report pursuant to Section 313 of Title III of the federal Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA), with the exception of persons specified in 391-3-19-.03 (5)(c).
(a) Each person required to report pursuant to Section 313 of Title III of SARA shall pay O.C.G.A. § 12-8-95.1(a)(4), for each reporting facility with such payments being due to the Division not later than July 1 of the following year.
(b) All hazardous substance reporting fees due on July 1 of each year shall be based on the hazardous substances reported for the preceding calendar year on US EPA Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Form R and/or Form A, or any other such document as may hereafter be designed, prescribed or required by the US EPA for reporting pursuant to Section 313 of Title III of SARA. In order to calculate the fee required by this section, the total of all releases listed on all such Forms or documents submitted by the same facility for the preceding calendar year shall be used. Any item for which reporting is required on said Forms or documents and which meets the definition of a release as defined by this Chapter shall be counted towards the total of all releases, except those items specifically excluded by this section.
(c) Persons who report pursuant to Section 313 of Title III of SARA shall not be required to pay the hazardous substance reporting fees required by this section for the following facilities:
1. Facilities which report only for substances not defined as regulated substances under Rule 391-3-19-.02; and
2. Facilities which report only for petroleum fuels, lubricants, and hydraulic fluids and components there of that are defined as regulated substances under Rule 391-3-19-.02.
(6) Partial waivers of hazardous waste management and hazardous substance reporting fees.
(a) The Director may, in his sole discretion, upon receipt of a request for a partial waiver, grant a waiver of up to 25% of the hazardous waste management and hazardous substance reporting fees required by this section which are owed by a facility for the prior calendar year. In deciding whether to grant a waiver to persons who are large quantity generators of hazardous waste or who are required to report releases pursuant to Section 313 of SARA Title III, the Director may consider whether the facility has reduced the amount of hazardous waste generated or the amount of releases reported pursuant to Section 313 of SARA Title III.
(b) No waiver shall be granted to any facility which is in violation of any Act, Rule, regulation, permit, or order subject to the enforcement authority of EPD.
(c) No facility which owes delinquent hazardous waste management or hazardous substance reporting fees shall be granted a waiver.
(d) No facility shall be granted a waiver of fees for more than three years.
(7) Payment of hazardous waste management and hazardous substance reporting fees.
(a) Payment due date. All hazardous waste management fees required by this section shall be paid to the Division not later than July 1 following the calendar year in which they were managed on site, shipped for off-site management or received from an out-of-state generator. All hazardous substance reporting fees shall be paid to the Division not later than July 1 following the year for which a report is filed. Persons who make payments of fees required by this section later than thirty (30) days after the due date specified in this subsection shall pay a penalty of fifteen percent (15%) of the balance due and shall pay interest on the unpaid balance at the rate imposed by law for delinquent taxes due to the state.
(b) Hazardous waste management fee record. The payment of hazardous waste management fees required by this section shall be accompanied by such forms and other supporting information as may be prescribed by the Director. Any large quantity generator or receiving facility required to pay a fee under this Section shall maintain a written hazardous waste management fee record of the total amount, in tons, of hazardous waste managed on-site, shipped for off-site management or received from an out-of-state generator during the calendar year. Completed Hazardous Waste Management Fee Records shall be submitted to the Hazardous Sites Response Program by no later than March 31 of each year.
1. The hazardous waste management fee record shall provide a description of the method used to measure the amount of hazardous waste that is of sufficient detail to demonstrate that such method provides an accurate and precise measurement.
2. For hazardous waste shipped for off-site management or received from an out-of-state generator, the hazardous waste management fee record shall include the following information:
(i) Manifest number for each shipment;
(ii) Date of each shipment or receipt;
(iii) Name and EPA identification number of the designated facility, final receiving facility and the generator for each shipment; and
(iv) By EPA hazardous waste number and method of management at the designated facility and the final receiving facility (i.e., incineration or disposal, treatment or storage, burning for energy recovery, recycling or reuse), the tons of hazardous waste for each shipment and the total tons of hazardous waste for the calendar year.
(c) Signatories to the hazardous waste management fee record. The hazardous waste management fee record shall be signed no later than March 31 of each year by the following:
1. For a corporation: By a responsible corporate officer. For the purpose of this section, a responsible corporate officer means a president, secretary, treasurer, or vice-president of the corporation in charge of a principal business function, or any other person who performs similar policy- or decision making functions for the corporation, or the manager of one or more manufacturing, production or operating facilities employing more than 250 persons or having gross annual sales or expenditures exceeding $25 million (in second-quarter 1980 dollars), if authority to sign documents has been assigned or delegated to the manager in accordance with corporate procedures; or
2. For a partnership or sole proprietorship: by a general partner or the proprietor, respectively; or
3. For a municipality, State, Federal, or other public agency: by either a principal executive officer or ranking elected official. For purposes of this section, a principal executive officer of a Federal agency includes the chief executive officer of the agency, or a senior executive officer having responsibility for the overall operations of a principal geographic unit of the agency (e.g., Regional Administrators of EPA); or
4. By a duly authorized representative of that person. A person is a duly authorized representative only if the authorization is made in writing by a person described in this subsection and the authorization specifies either an individual or a position having responsibility for overall operation of the regulated facility or activity such as the position of plant manager, operator of a well or a well field, superintendent, or position of equivalent responsibility. (A duly authorized representative may thus be either a named individual or any individual occupying a named position).
(d) Certification. Any person signing the hazardous waste management fee record required under this subsection shall make the following certification:

I certify under penalty of law that this document and all attachments were prepared under my direction or supervision in accordance with a system designed to assure that qualified personnel properly gather and evaluate the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the person or persons who manage the system, or those persons directly responsible for gathering the information, the information submitted is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment for knowing violations.

(e) Availability, retention, and disposition of the hazardous waste management fee record. Each large quantity generator and receiving facility shall keep a copy of the signed hazardous waste management fee record required by this subsection, including any supporting information used to complete the record, for a period of three years from the end of the calendar year for which the record was completed. The hazardous waste management fee record and all supporting information shall be furnished upon request, and made available at all reasonable times for inspection by any representative of the Division. The retention period for all records required under this subsection may be extended at the request of the Director and is extended automatically during the course of any proceedings initiated by the Director pursuant to this subsection.

Rule 391-3-19-.04 Release Notification

(1) No duty to sample prior to notification. Rule 391-3-19-.04(4) requires an owner of real property to notify the Director when a release described in Rule 391-3-19-.04(3) is discovered. An owner of real property is not required to sample prior to such notification. However, any owner of real property where a release has occurred shall furnish to the Director any information which that person may have or reasonably obtain which is relevant to the release when requested by the Director.
(2) Exclusions. The following are excluded from the notification requirements of this section:
(a) Any release that, within 30 days of the owner's discovery or of the effective date of these rules, whichever is later, no longer meets any criterion for notification under Rule 391-3-19-.04(3);
(b) Any defined release which is being cleaned-up under emergency response authorities other than the Hazardous Site Response Act where the person responsible for the cleanup remains in compliance with instructions given by the Division or by an on-scene coordinator under the NCP, such exclusion to expire 180 days after the date upon which the release began if at or after that time any of the criteria of Rule 391-3-19-.04(3) are met;
(c) Emissions regulated under the Georgia Air Quality Control Act, O.C.G.A § 12-9-1et seq.;
(d) Releases of substances regulated under the Georgia Asbestos Safety Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-2-1et seq., except for releases at inactive disposal sites that are not in compliance with the performance standards in 40 CFR 61.153;
(e) Point source discharges that are regulated under the Georgia Water Quality Control, O.C.G.A. § 12-5-20et seq.;
(f) Releases of a pesticide which has been registered under the Georgia Pesticide Control Act, O.C.G.A § 2-7-50et seq., when the release consists solely of the use of said pesticide in a manner consistent with its label or labeling;
(g) Releases regulated solely under the Georgia Underground Storage Tank Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-13-1et seq.;
(h) Releases of any petroleum-based fuel, lubricant, or hydraulic fluid;
(i) Releases consisting of treatment or disposal in a unit that is regulated a permit issued, or rules promulgated, pursuant to the Georgia Hazardous Waste Management Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-8-60et seq., the Georgia Solid Waste Management Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-8-20et seq., or the Georgia Water Quality Control Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-5-20et seq., provided the Director has been informed, in accordance with requirements in such permit or rules, of any discovery that such releases exceed standards permitted by these statutes and the rule promulgated pursuant to these statutes;
(j) Releases arising from the use of a commercial product that has been manufactured and sold for household use which is used by a private individual in a manner consistent with and incidental to the manufacturer's recommended use of the product;
(k) Releases arising from the application to soil of fertilizers, liming materials, or soil amendments (unless any are used in a manner constituting disposal as defined and regulated in the Rules for Hazardous Waste Management, Chapter 391-3-11);
(l) Release of naturally-occurring radionuclides described in 40 CFR 302.6(c);
(m) Direct radiation and/or releases of radionuclides regulated by the Division under the Georgia Radiation Control Act, O.C.G.A. § 31-13 et seq., or by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, or any successor agency, under the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended;
(n) Any release to ground water that is discovered solely as a result of detection within a public drinking water system being monitored in accordance with the Rules for Safe Drinking Water, Chapter 391-3-5, provided that the Director is informed of such detection in accordance with the aforementioned Rules; and
(o) Releases that arise from land-disturbing activities involving the extraction and stockpiling of ores and mineral, or involving the removal, stockpiling, and replacement of overburden materials, at any mine permitted under the Georgia Surface Mining Act, O.C.G.A., § 12-4-70et seq.
(p) Any release to soil reported to EPD during development or implementation of an approved prospective purchaser corrective action plan submitted pursuant to O.C.G.A 12-8-200 et seq.
(3) Release requiring notification. Any of the following releases, when discovered, are releases that require notification under Rule 391-3-19-.04(4), unless excluded under Rule 391-3-19-.04(2):
(a) Releases to ground water. A release of a regulated substance which causes the concentration in ground water to exceed concentrations given in Table 1 of Appendix III, or for those substances not listed, the highest concentration of any of the following: the detection limit, Secondary Maximum Contaminant levels for Drinking Water listed in Rule 391-3-5, or background;
(b) Releases to soil. A release of a regulated substance which causes the concentration in soil to exceed a concentration in Appendix I; or
(c) Other releases. The discarding or abandonment of a regulated substance in barrels, drums, other containers, tanks, or other storage or transportation vessels, in process units, or in waste management units which have neither a permit nor interim status under the Georgia Hazardous Waste Management Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-8-60et seq., the Georgia Solid Waste Management Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-8-20et seq., or the Georgia Water Quality Control Act, O.C.G.A. § 12-5-20et seq.
(4) Notification requirements. Within 30 days of discovery by the property owner of a release which requires notification under Rule 391-3-19-.04(3), the property owner shall notify the Director of the release on such forms as specified by the Director. Upon the request of the Director, the property owner shall provide other such information as may be needed to ensure that the criteria of Rule 391-3-19-.05(1) may be accurately evaluated. At the owner's option, the owner may complete the worksheets found in Appendix II of this Chapter to make a preliminary determination that a release may exceed a reportable quantity. If said worksheets indicate that a release exceeding a reportable quantity may have occurred, the owner may submit the information required under Rule 391-3-19- 05(2) along with the worksheets in lieu of the above notification. In addition, the owner may petition the Director at the time of notification requesting a 90 day deferment of the Director's listing determination pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.05(1) in order to obtain additional samples, perform a removal, or take other remedial actions, to be followed by submittal of an amended notification. The deferment petition must specify interim measure for any suspected immediate health threat.

Rule 391-3-19-.05 Reporting of Releases exceeding Reportable Quantities and Listing of Sites on the Hazardous Site Inventory

(1) Listing on the Hazardous Site Inventory. The Director shall list a site on the Hazardous Site Inventory if the Director determines that a release exceeding a reportable quantity has occurred or that a release poses a danger to human health and the environment. A determination that a release exceeding a reportable quantity has occurred shall be made in accordance with the method in Appendix II.
(2) Release reporting. If the Director determines that a release exceeding a reportable quantity has occurred, he shall notify the property owner in writing of his finding. If the Director determines that a release exceeding a reportable quantity has not occurred, he shall likewise issue such determination in writing. Within 45 days of the receipt of the Director's written determination that a release exceeding a reportable quantity has occurred, the property owner shall submit the following information unless such information has already been submitted pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.04(4):
(a) Name, mailing address, and telephone number of the site's property owner, lessee, tenant, or facility owner or operator;
(b) Street address of the site or, if a numbered street address is not available, a location descriptor;
(c) An original of the most current topographic map of scale 1:24,000 produced by the United States Geological Survey, with the geographic center of the site identified;
(d) A description of the property boundaries in the vicinity of the site, by legal description, survey plat, tax map, or other means;
(e) A chemical name, taken from appendix I, of each regulated substance released at the site which independently meets the notification criteria in Rule 391-3-19-.04(3);
(f) A general description of the nature of the release and the location of areas affected by the release or by its subsequent migration, both within and beyond the original site's property boundaries;
(g) If known, the source, quantity, and the date of the regulated substance released;
(h) Suspected or known date and quantity of each release at the site;
(i) Suspected or known source of each release at the site and the known or estimated extent of the area contaminated by said release or by its subsequent migration, both within and beyond the site's property boundaries;
(j) A summary of actions taken to investigate, clean up, or otherwise remediate the site;
(k) A statement which identifies the criteria of Rule 391-3-19-.04(3) by which the property owner determined that a release which requires notification has occurred.
(3) Notification under CERCLA 103(c). A property owner that has previously notified EPA under Section 103(c) of CERCLA may satisfy the requirements of Rule 391-3-19- 05(2) by submitting a copy of the 103(c) notice together with the topographic map referenced in Rule 391-3-19-.05(2)(c).
(4) Removal of sites from the Hazardous Site Inventory. The Director shall remove a site or an individual property at a site from the Hazardous Site Inventory if any of the following apply:
(a) The Director determines that it did not have a release which either exceeded a reportable quantity or posed a danger to human health or the environment at the time of listing the site on the Hazardous Site Inventory.
(b) The Director determines, that the site or individual property meets Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, Type 4, or Type 5 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, and when required, the property owner has complied with Rule 391-3-19-.08(4) or Rule 391-3-19-.08(7).

Rule 391-3-19-.06 Corrective Action

(1) Applicability. The requirements of Rule 391-3-19-.06 apply to any person who is a responsible party at a site listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory except as otherwise provided for in Rule 391-3-19-.06(7).
(2) Classification of sites on the Hazardous Site Inventory. Upon listing a site on the Hazardous Site Inventory, the Director shall designate the site or any individual property at the site as Class II unless or until he determines that it should be designated as Class I, Class III, Class IV, or Class V pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(2)(a) through (d):
(a) Class I applies to any site or any individual property at a site which:
1. Includes the source of a release to a groundwater drinking water supply that has caused, or is likely to cause, human exposure through drinking water to concentrations of a regulated substance that exceed any of the Type 1 groundwater criteria described in Rule 391-3-19-.07(6)(b);
2. Has had a release which continues to add contaminants to soil, water, or air, or that continues to expand in area or volume;
3. Has had a release of a regulated substance that results in or is likely to result in any of the following:
(i) Bioaccumulation of a regulated substance in flora or fauna that causes adverse toxicological effects or that results in the need to recommend that human consumption be limited;
(ii) Adverse acute or chronic effects to domestic animals, fish, shellfish, or wildlife;
4. Includes an abandoned facility where the potential for exposure to a regulated substance is not controlled through on-site management;
5. Has been classified as Class I pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(b)(4) or (c); or
6. Does not meet any other criteria of Rule 391-3-19-.06(2)(a) but the Director has determined that it nevertheless poses a danger to human health or the environment.
(b) Class III applies to any site or individual property at a site which has been listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory (but not classified as Class IV pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(2)(c) ) and which and has been determined by the Director to be in compliance with the Type 3, Type 4 or Type 5 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07.
(c) Class IV applies to any site or individual property at a site which has been listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory and at which corrective action as described in Rule 391-3-19-.06(7)(a) is being conducted or has been completed.
(d) Class V applies to any site or individual property at a site which has been listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory for which the Director has made a determination pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(b) 5 that the site has had a known release needing corrective action and at which corrective action is being performed in compliance with a corrective action plan approved by the Director which will bring the site into compliance with the risk reduction standards. If the Director determines that corrective action is not being performed in compliance with the approved corrective action plan, the site may be reclassified to Class I.
(3) Compliance status report.
(a) Any person who is a responsible party for a site on the Hazardous Site Inventory shall submit to the Director a compliance status report that documents the current status of the site with regard to the risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07 for all regulated substances associated with each release at the site. The Director shall in writing request the submittal of said report and specify a deadline for submittal based on a priority for submittal to be determined by the Director.
(b) The report required by Rule 391-3-19-.06(3)(a) shall, at a minimum, include the items enumerated below for all regulated substances associated with each release at the site, unless otherwise stated in writing by the Director. This report should be compiled on the basis of site conditions which exist after the completion of any voluntary corrective action taken by the responsible party prior to the submittal of the report. Reports on previous investigations or remedial activities required under other laws or regulations or undertaken voluntarily should be incorporated into the compliance status report when possible.
1. A description of each known source which has contributed or is contributing to a release including:
(i) Source name, number or other descriptor;
(ii) Location of source on a map of scale of 1 inch = 200 feet or less;
(iii) Name of each regulated substance released from each source;
(iv) Chronology of each source of a release; and
(v) If a source is an engineered structure or a waste management unit, a description of the function, design, dimensions, capacity and operation of the source, including as-built construction drawings where available.
2. If a release involves soil contamination, a complete definition of the horizontal and vertical extent of such soil contamination. Satisfactory evidence of a complete definition of the horizontal and vertical extent of soil contamination shall consist of an appropriate number of data points at sufficient locations with concentrations that demonstrate compliance with Type 1 or Type 2 risk reduction standards or that reflect background concentrations. An acceptable determination of background concentrations shall be made from samples that are representative of soil conditions not affected by a release of a regulated substance. In support of the definition of the extent of soil contamination the compliance report shall describe the following:
(i) General approach used;
(ii) Analytical parameters selected and rationale for selection;
(iii) Location of all sampling points by sample identification number on a map with scale of 1 inch = 200 feet or less and, where applicable, on vertical cross-sections of appropriate number and scale;
(iv) Sampling and analysis procedures including but not limited to:
(I) Sampling equipment and collection techniques;
(II) Field analytical or measurement techniques including make and model of equipment and calibration schedule and type;
(III) Sample handling and preservation techniques;
(IV) Equipment decontamination procedures;
(V) Chain-of-custody procedures; and
(VI) Laboratory analytical techniques, including references to the analytical methods used, if standard, or in cases where standard analytical techniques do not exist, descriptions of the analytical methods used, including quality assurance and quality control procedures utilized;
(v) A description of any statistical procedures used to evaluate data;
(vi) Procedures used to establish background soil concentrations; and
(vii) Narrative and tabular summary of all pertinent field data and the results of all final laboratory analyses that are supported by sufficient quality assurance/quality control data to validate the results.
3. If a release involves groundwater contamination, a complete definition of the horizontal and vertical extent of groundwater contamination. Satisfactory definition of the horizontal and vertical extent of groundwater contamination shall consist of an appropriate number of data points at sufficient locations with concentrations below those listed in Table 1 of Appendix III or, for those substances not listed, the highest concentration of any of the following: the detection limit, Secondary Maximum Contaminant Levels for Drinking Water listed in Rule 391-3-5, or background. An acceptable determination of background concentrations shall be made from samples that are representative of groundwater conditions not affected by a release of a regulated substance. The compliance status report shall, at a minimum, describe the following:
(i) Analytical parameters selected and rationale for selection;
(ii) A description of the methods used to characterize subsurface geology;
(iii) A description of the methods used to characterize horizontal and vertical groundwater gradients, flow rates, and flow directions;
(iv) A description of the methods used to determine hydraulic conductivities and other pertinent hydrogeological characteristics, including a description of any slug and/or aquifer pumping tests;
(v) A description of groundwater monitoring well locations, and their installation and construction methods, including:
(I) A map with scale of 1 inch = 200 feet or less depicting all existing well locations including a survey of each well's surface reference point and the elevation of its top-of-casing;
(II) Type of well casing material;
(III) Description of well-intake design including screen slot size and length, filter pack materials and length, and method of filter pack emplacement;
(IV) Method used to seal the well from the surface and any other features designed to prevent or minimize downward migration of contaminants along the well annulus; and
(V) Description of the methods and procedures used to develop the wells;
(vi) Description of all sampling and analysis procedures used, including at a minimum:
(I) Procedures and timing for measuring groundwater elevations for each sampling event;
(II) Well evacuation procedures including volume evacuated prior to sampling;
(III) Sample withdrawal techniques, sampling equipment and materials (tubing, rope, pump, etc.);
(IV) Sample handling and preservation techniques;
(V) Procedures for decontaminating sampling equipment between samples and sampling events;
(VI) Chain-of-custody procedures for all phases of sample management; and
(VII) Laboratory analytical techniques, including references to the analytical methods used, if standard, or in cases where standard analytical techniques do not exist, descriptions of the analytical methods used, including quality assurance and quality control procedures utilized.
(vii) A description of procedures used to determine background groundwater quality which is representative of ground water not affected by a release;
(viii) A map with scale of 1 inch = 200 feet or less depicting the horizontal extent of contamination;
(ix) A map with scale of 1 inch = 200 feet or less depicting the potentiometric surface of ground water;
(x) Maps and vertical cross-sections of appropriate scale depicting concentrations for all contaminants superimposed upon site stratigraphic features and monitoring wells; and
(xi) Narrative and tabular summary of all pertinent field data and the results of all final laboratory analyses that are supported by sufficient quality assurance/quality control data to validate the results.
4. A description of any human or environmental receptors who may have been or could be potentially exposed to a release at the site.
5. A description of all properties which are part of the site including the address and location of such property, its legal description, and the property owner's name, address and telephone number.
6. The name, address and telephone number of any other person who may be a responsible party for the site and a description of the type and amount of regulated substances such party may have contributed to a release.
7. A summary of any previous actions taken to eliminate, control, or minimize any potential risk at the site, including actions taken to comply with the risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07.
8. If the responsible party certifies pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(4)(c) that the site is not in compliance with any of the risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, the compliance status report may include a proposed corrective action plan that describes the corrective action that the responsible party has determined is necessary to achieve compliance with the applicable risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07.
9. If the responsible party certifies pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(4)(c) that the site is in compliance with the Type 3, Type 4 or Type 5 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, the compliance status report may include a proposed corrective action plan that describes the continuing actions that the responsible party has determined are necessary to achieve or maintain compliance with the Type 3, Type 4 or Type 5 risk reduction standards.
10. Attached to the front of the compliance status report, a concise statement of the findings of the report presented in plain language, immediately followed by the certification required pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(4)(a).
(4) Certification of compliance with risk reduction standards.
(a) The compliance status report required by Rule 391-3-19-.06(3) shall include a compliance status certification regarding the responsible party's own determination as to the status of a site or any individual property at a site with regard to the applicable risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07 for all regulated substances evaluated by the compliance status report.
(b) The compliance status certification shall be signed by the applicable person described in Items 1 through 4 of Rule 391-3-19-.03(7)(c). Where the compliance status report is submitted for two or more cooperating responsible parties, the certification may be signed by a duly authorized representative of said responsible parties, "duly authorized" having the same meaning as in Item 4 of Rule 391-3-19.03(7)(c).
(c) Any person signing the certification of compliance required under Rule 391-3-19- 06(4) shall make the following certification:

I certify under penalty of law that this report and all attachments were prepared under my direction in accordance with a system designed to assure that qualified personnel properly gather and evaluate the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the person or persons who manage the system, or those persons directly responsible for gathering the information, the information submitted is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment for knowing violations. Based on my review of the findings of this report with respect to the risk reduction standards of the Rules for Hazardous Site Response, Rule 391-3-19-.07, I have determined that [(choose either of the following statements):

1) This site/property is in compliance with Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, Type 4, or Type 5 risk reduction standards (specify lowest numbered Type that applies, or all applicable types if more than one Type is applicable) or
2) This site/property is not in compliance with any Type risk reduction standards.].
(5) Public participation.
(a) Within 7 days after submitting to the Director the compliance status report required pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(3), the responsible party who submits the report shall publish a notice in the legal organ of the local governments in whose jurisdiction the site is located, announcing that such report is available for inspection by the general public. The public notice must include:
1. The name, address and location of the site as it appears on the Hazardous Site Inventory, and, if the plan applies to less than the full site, the street address and owner's name for applicable properties;
2. The following statement: "The Georgia Environmental Protection Division, Department of Natural Resources, State of Georgia (EPD) has placed this site on the Hazardous Site Inventory pursuant to its authority under the Hazardous Site Response Act and Rules promulgated thereunder. As required by the Rules for Hazardous Site Response, the responsible party for this site was required to investigate the site and submit a compliance status report to EPD summarizing the results of that investigation. EPD is currently reviewing the compliance status report to determine if corrective action is needed for regulated substances that have been released at this site. Before EPD decides whether corrective action is needed, the public has the opportunity to review the compliance status report and provide comments to EPD about the report.";
3. Announcement of a 30-day public comment period beginning on the date of the published notice, and the name, address and telephone number of an EPD contact person to whom written or oral comments can be made;
4. Name, address and telephone number of the responsible party or its designated contact person; and
5. Location where the report may be viewed and copied.
(b) Within 7 days after submitting to the Director a proposed corrective action plan, or any subsequent revisions thereof, the responsible party who submits the plan shall publish a notice in the legal organ of the local governments in whose jurisdiction the site is located, announcing that such plan is available for inspection by the general public. The public notice must include:
1. The name, address and location of the site as it appears on the Hazardous Site Inventory, and, if the plan applies to less than the full site, the street address and owner's name for applicable properties;
2. The following statement: "The Georgia Environmental Protection Division, Department of Natural Resources, State of Georgia (EPD) has placed this site on the Hazardous Site Inventory pursuant to its authority under the Hazardous Site Response Act and Rules promulgated thereunder. The Director of EPD has determined that this site needs corrective action and has required the responsible party for this site to submit to EPD a proposed corrective action plan that describes the corrective action the responsible party has determined is necessary to comply with the risk reduction standards of EPD's Rules for Hazardous Site Response. Before EPD decides whether to approve this proposed corrective action plan, the public has the opportunity to review the proposed corrective action and provide comments to EPD about the plan.";
3. Announcement of a 30-day public comment period beginning on the date of the published notice, and the name, address and telephone number of an EPD contact person to whom written or oral comments can be made;
4. Name, address and telephone number of the responsible party or its designated contact person; and
5. Location where the plan may be viewed and copied.
(c) Where a proposed corrective action plan is submitted at the same time as the compliance status report required under Rule 391-3-19-.06(3), the same procedures as described under Items (a) and (b) above shall be followed, but with the substitution of the following statement for that given in Item (2): "The Georgia Environmental Protection Division, Department of Natural Resources, State of Georgia (EPD) has placed this site on the Hazardous Site Inventory pursuant to its authority under the Hazardous Site Response Act and Rules promulgated thereunder. As required by the Rules for Hazardous Site Response, the responsible party for the site was required to investigate the site and submit a compliance status report to EPD summarizing the results of that investigation. The responsible party has submitted to EPD, along with the compliance status report, a proposed corrective action plan that describes the corrective action the responsible party has determined is necessary to comply with the risk reduction standards of EPD's Rules for Hazardous Site Response. Before EPD decides whether to approve the proposed corrective action plan, the public has the opportunity to review the compliance status report and proposed corrective action and provide comments to EPD about the report and plan."
(d) Within 15 days after publishing the public notice required by Rule 391-3-19-.06(5)(a), (b), or (c), the responsible party shall provide the Director with an exact copy of the public notice as it appeared in the paper.
(e) Within 7 days after submitting to the Director either the compliance status report required pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(3), or a proposed corrective action plan, the responsible party shall provide to the county government in the county in which the site is located and to the government of any city in whose jurisdictions the site is located a written notice providing the same information required in Rule 391-3-19-.06(5)(a), (b), or (c) as applicable.
(f) Upon making a determination pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(6) or upon determining that a proposed corrective action plan should be approved, the Director shall publish notice of such determination in the legal organ of the local governments in whose jurisdiction the site is located.
(6) Determination of the need for corrective action. Rule 391-3-19-.06(6) applies to any site or individual property at a site listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory.
(a) Any site or individual property at a site that is classified on the Hazardous Site Inventory as Class I, Class III, Class IV or Class V pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(2) shall also be designated by the Director as having a known release needing corrective action.
(b) For any site or individual property at a site listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory, the Director shall review the compliance status certification required by Rule 391-3-19-.06(4) and do the following:
1. If the responsible party certifies that the site or an individual property at the site is in compliance with the Type 1 or Type 2 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, and the Director concurs with that certification, the Director shall designate the site or property as not needing further action and shall remove the site or property from the Hazardous Site Inventory in accordance with Rule 391-3-19-.05(4).
2. If the responsible party certifies that the site or an individual property at the site is in compliance with the Type 3 or Type 4 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, and the Director concurs with that certification, the Director shall designate the site or property on the Hazardous Site Inventory as having a known release needing corrective action, reclassify it as Class III, and state on the Inventory that corrective action shall presently consist of those activities needed to maintain compliance with the Type 3 or Type 4 risk reduction standards, including the property notices of Rule 391-3-19-.08(1) and (2). Upon compliance with Rule 391-3-19-.08(4), the Director shall remove the site or property from the Hazardous Site Inventory in accordance with Rule 391-3-19-.05(4).
3. If the responsible party certifies that the site or an individual property at the site is in compliance with the Type 5 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, and the Director concurs with that certification, the Director shall designate the site or property on the Hazardous Site Inventory as having a known release needing corrective action, reclassify it as Class III, and state on the Inventory that corrective action shall presently consist of those activities needed to maintain compliance with the Type 5 risk reduction standards, including the property notices of Rule 391-3-19-.08(1), (2), and (7). Upon compliance with Rule 391-3-19-.08(7), the Director shall remove the site or property from the inventory.
4. If the responsible party certifies that the site or an individual property at the site is not in compliance with any of the risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, the Director shall reclassify the site as a Class I site and designate the site on the Hazardous Site Inventory as having a known release needing corrective action, whereupon the owner of any property at the site which is not independently in compliance with Type 1 or Type 2 risk reduction standards shall make the property notices required by Rule 391-3-19-.08(1) and (2). If the site or an individual property at the site is a Class V site and the Director determines corrective action is not being conducted in accordance with the approved corrective action plan, the Director may reclassify the site as a Class I site and designate the site in the Hazardous Site Inventory as having a known release needing corrective action, whereupon the owner of any property at the site which is not independently in compliance with Type 1 or Type 2 risk reduction standards shall make the property notices required by Rule 391-3-19-.08(1) and (2).
5. If the responsible party certifies that the site or an individual property at the site is not in compliance with any of the risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, but corrective action is being performed in compliance with a corrective action plan approved by the Director which will bring the site into compliance with the risk reduction standards, the Director shall reclassify the site or individual property as a Class V site and designate the site or individual property on the Hazardous Site Inventory as having a known release needing corrective action. Upon making such designation, the Director shall also state that corrective action is being performed in compliance with a corrective action plan approved by the Director that will bring the site or individual property into compliance with the risk reduction standards. Upon such designation being made, the owner of any property at the site which is not independently in compliance with Type 1 or Type 2 risk reduction standards shall make the property notices required by Rule 391-3-19-.08(1) and (2) to the extent that such notices have not already been made.
(c) The Director may reclassify a site or an individual property at a site listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory from Class II to Class I, and designate the site or property as having a known release needing corrective action, if:
1. The responsible party fails to submit or fails to agree to submit the compliance status report within the time specified in Rule 391-3-19-.06(3)(a); or
2. The compliance status report is deficient with respect to the requirements of Rule 391-3-19-.06(3)(b) and the Director has notified the responsible party in writing of such deficiencies and the responsible party has failed to correct such deficiencies by a deadline to be specified by the Director in writing; or
3. The responsible party certifies pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(4) that the site or an individual property at the site is not in compliance with any of the applicable risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07; or
4. The Director does not concur with the responsible party's certification made pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(4) that the site or an individual property at the site is in compliance with the applicable risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07.
(d) Upon making a determination pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(a) -(c) that a site has a known release needing corrective action, the Director shall provide the responsible party, and the owner of each property at the site which continues not to comply with either Type 1 or Type 2 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, with written notice of such determination, including a statement concerning the requirements of Rule 391-3-19-.08 .
(e) If the Director determines pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(b) that a site or an individual property at a site listed as Class I or Class V on the Hazardous Site Inventory subsequently comes into compliance with the risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, the Director shall reclassify such site or property in accordance with the provisions of Items 1 through 3 of Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(b), except that the deed notice provisions of Rule 391-3-19-.08(1) and (2) need not be repeated.
(f) Notwithstanding a previous determination of the Director made pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(a) through (e), the Director may reclassify a site or an individual property at a site listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory as necessary to protect human health and the environment.
(7) Other corrective actions.
(a) The requirements of Rule 391-3-19-.06(3) through (5) do not apply to any person who is a responsible party for any of the following at a site or individual property listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory unless Rule 391-3-19-.06(7)(b) applies:
1. Corrective action required by an order of the Director executed before the effective date of these Rules pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 12-8-71(b) of the Hazardous Waste Management Act;
2. Corrective action required by an order of the Director executed before the effective date of these Rules pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 12-8-96(a) of HSRA;
3. Remedial actions conducted in accordance with a Record of Decision (ROD) under the NCP (referenced at 40 CFR 300.430(f)(5) );
4. Remedial actions where compliance is demonstrated with applicable cleanup standards promulgated under the federal Toxic Substances Control Act;
5. Corrective action required by a hazardous waste management facility permit issued by the Director which contains conditions requiring corrective action in accordance with O.C.G.A. § 12-8-66(e) of the Hazardous Waste Management Act; or
6. Corrective action and assessment monitoring required by a solid waste handling permit or an order issued by the Director pursuant to the Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Act.
(b) Any site or individual property at which corrective action as described in Rule 391-3-19-.06(7)(a) is being conducted or has been completed shall be presumed to be in compliance with Type 5 of the risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07(10) upon its listing on the Hazardous Site Inventory, and the requirements of Rule 391-3-19-.06(3) through (5) do not apply to any person who is a responsible party at such site unless:
1. The responsible party elects to certify compliance with other than Type 5 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, in which case the site or property shall remain on the Hazardous Site Inventory as Class IV until the Director reclassifies it in accordance with 391-3-19-.06 (6);
2. The Director determines that such corrective action fails to protect human health and the environment and that additional corrective action is necessary to comply with the risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07, in which case the Director may reclassify the site or property in accordance with Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(f); or
3. The Director determines that such corrective action fails to meet the Type 5 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07(10), in which case the Director may reclassify the site or property pursuant to 391-3-19-.06 (6)(f).
(c) For any site described in Rule 391-3-19-.06(7)(a)(5) that is not also described by Item 1, 2, or 3 of Rule 391-3-19-.06(7)(b), the property notice requirements of Rule 391-3-19-.08(1) and (2) shall not apply until the Director makes a determination that corrective action is needed pursuant to the Rules for Hazardous Waste Management, Chapter 391-3-11.

Rule 391-3-19-.07 Risk Reduction Standards

(1) Purpose and Scope. Rule 391-3-19-.07 specifies the information and procedures necessary to demonstrate compliance with requirements under HSRA for corrective action for all regulated substance releases at a site or individual property at a site listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory. Compliance with these requirements does not preclude the requirement to comply with any stricter standards that may be applicable under other state or federal laws or regulations. These risk reduction standards may be applicable, relevant, or appropriate requirements for remedial actions under the NCP.
(2) [reserved].
(3) Completion of corrective action. A required corrective action shall be considered complete when it is demonstrated that the site or individual property at a site meets any or a combination of the applicable risk reduction standards described in Rule 391-3-19-.07. All risk reduction standards will, when adequately carried out, assure adequate protection of human health and the environment from potential exposure to land-based releases of regulated substances.
(4) Essential features of acceptable corrective actions. For corrective action to be in compliance with these standards, the following common elements are required:
(a) The corrective action shall, at a minimum, provide for the removal of free product to the extent practicable.
(b) No soil remaining in place under Type 1, 2, 3, or 4 risk reduction standards shall exhibit the hazardous waste characteristics of ignitability, corrosivity, or reactivity as defined in 40 CFR 261 Subpart C, and the sum of regulated substance concentrations in air-filled soil pore space shall not exceed 1000 parts per million (by weight or volume) as determined using methods approved by the Director.
(c) The corrective action shall not allow exposure to concentrations which would cause food chain contamination, damage to soils or to biota in the soils which could impair the use of soils for agricultural or silvicultural purposes, adverse effects on vegetation or wildlife, or the accumulation of vapors in buildings or other structures which pose a threat to human health or the environment.
(d) The corrective action shall protect waters of the State from releases that would cause surface water to experience concentrations of regulated substances in excess of any general criterion specified in the Georgia Rules and Regulations for Water Quality Control at 391-3-6-.03 (5) or, if concentration values are not provided in said Rules, concentrations at levels that exhibit acute toxicity to aquatic life as demonstrated pursuant to protocols established by the Director.
(e) If the detection limit and/or the background concentration for a regulated substance is greater than the concentration specified in any risk reduction standard, the greater of the detection limit or background shall be used for determining compliance with the applicable risk reduction standard. "Detection limit" in this context implies the non-fraudulent use of an approved analytical test method that is appropriate for the particular application. Background shall be determined from samples taken from media that are unaffected by a release. For radionuclides, background means background radioactivity.
(5) Multiple property sites. For sites consisting of more than one property, the Type risk reduction standard that shall apply to each individual property at that site shall be based upon the applicable use scenario for each individual property, i.e., residential or non-residential.
(6) Criteria for Type 1 standards.
(a) Type 1 standards provide for regulated substance concentrations that pose no significant risk on the basis of standardized exposure assumptions and defined risk levels for residential properties. To comply with these standards, all source materials must be removed or decontaminated to Type 1 media criteria.
(b) Criteria for groundwater. At any point within groundwater that has been affected by a release, concentrations of regulated sub- stances in groundwater samples shall not exceed concentrations given in Table 1 of Appendix III or, for those substances not listed, the background or detection limit concentration. If two or more regulated organic compounds are present in groundwater, their sum in a single sample shall not exceed 10 mg/L if the Table 1 value for each compound is less than 5 mg/L, or, where at least one compound has a Table 1 value greater than or equal to 5 mg/L, the sum of the concentrations shall not exceed the maximum Table 1 value for a detected compound plus 10 mg/L.
(c) Criteria for soil. Concentrations at any point above the uppermost groundwater zone in soil that has been affected by a release shall not exceed the concentrations given in Table 2 of Appendix III or, for those substances not listed, the least of the concentrations from Items 1 through 3 below:
1. Concentrations which will not cause contamination of groundwater at levels which exceed Type 1 groundwater criteria, determined as the highest of the soil concentrations in Items (i)-(iii) below:
(i) Soil concentrations in Appendix I, excluding any values given in square brackets;
(ii) Multiplication of the Type 1 groundwater concentration criteria by a factor of 100;
(iii) Demonstration through use of the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure, SW-846 Method 1311, or other method approved by the Director that a concentration in soil will not generate leachate concentrations that exceed Type 1 groundwater concentration criteria.

[Note: For substances excluded under Item (i) above and not listed on Table 1 of Appendix III, the concentration under Rule 391-3-19 -.07(6)(c) 1. shall be considered non-calculable.]

2. Concentrations which are unlikely to result in any noncancer toxic effects on human health via soil ingestion along with inhalation of volatiles and particulates, determined using Equation 7 of RAGS, Part B, and standard residential exposure assumptions in Table 3 of Appendix III.
3. Concentrations for which the upper bound on the estimated excess cancer risk is less than or equal to 10-5 (10-4 for Class C carcinogens) via soil ingestion along with inhalation of volatiles and particulates, determined using Equation 6 of RAGS, Part B, and standard residential exposure assumptions in Table 3 of Appendix III.

[Note: Where concentrations are non-calculable under Items 1-3 above, the soil criterion shall be the higher of the background or detection limit concentrations.]

(7) Criteria for Type 2 standards.
(a) Type 2 standards provide for regulated substance concentrations that pose no significant risk on the basis of a site-specific risk assessment for residential properties. To comply with these standards, all source materials must be removed or decontaminated to Type 2 media criteria.
(b) Criteria for groundwater. At any point within any groundwater that has been affected by a release, concentrations of regulated substances in groundwater samples must not exceed the lesser of the values from Items 1 and 2 below or, for those substances for which neither calculation can be made, the higher of concentrations in Table 1 of Appendix III, background concentrations, or detection limit concentrations.
1. Concentrations which are unlikely to result in any noncancer toxic effects on human health via ingestion of, or inhalation of volatiles from, groundwater, determined using Equation 2 from RAGS, Part B, and site-specific exposure factors for the residential use scenario.
2. Concentrations for which the upper bound on the estimated excess cancer risk is less than 10-5 via ingestion of, and inhalation of volatiles from, groundwater, determined using Equation 1 from RAGS, Part B, and site-specific exposure factors for the residential use scenario.
(c) Criteria for soil. Concentrations at any point above the uppermost groundwater zone in soil that has been affected by a release shall not exceed the least of the concentrations in Items 1 through 4 below, or, for those substances for which the calculations cannot be made, the highest of the concentrations in Table 2 of Appendix III, background concentrations, or detection limit concentrations:
1. Concentrations which will not cause contamination of groundwater at levels which exceed Type 1 or 2 groundwater criteria, whichever is higher, as determined by any laboratory test and/or fate-and-transport model recognized by USEPA and approved by the Director, at a point of exposure defined as any point at which a drinking water well could be installed.
2. Concentrations which are unlikely to result in any noncancer toxic effects on human health via soil ingestion along with inhalation of volatiles and particulates, determined using Equation 7 from RAGS, Part B, and site-specific exposure factors for the residential use scenario.
3. Concentrations for which the upper bound on the estimated excess cancer risk is less than 10-5 via soil ingestion along with inhalation of volatiles and particulates, determined using Equation 6 from RAGS, Part B, and site-specific exposure factors for the residential use scenario.
4. For lead, soil concentrations at the site must not exceed those concentrations that would cause a resident 6 year old child (averaged across preceding 84 months) to have a probability of no greater than 5% of a blood lead level greater than 10 ug/dL as determined by the IEUBK model using site-specific exposure assumptions, including the ingestion of site groundwater as drinking water and the probability of subsurface soils being brought to the land surface. The soil criterion at Item 1 above shall also apply to the Type 2 standard for lead.
(d) The exposure assessments under Items 2 and 3 of Rule 391-3-19-.07(7)(c) above shall be conducted in a manner consistent with USEPA's "Guidelines for Exposure Assessment" (57 FR 104:22888- 22938; May 29, 1992).
(e) More stringent criteria may be established for a site than are specified under Rule 391-3-19-.07(7)(b) and (c) if the Director or the responsible party determines that it is necessary to protect human health or the environment.
(8) Criteria for Type 3 standards.
(a) Type 3 standards provide for regulated substance concentrations that pose no significant risk on the basis of standardized exposure assumptions and defined risk levels for the non-residential use scenario. To comply with Type 3 standards, all source materials must be removed or decontaminated to Type 3 media criteria.
(b) Type 3 standards are not applicable to residential properties. Type 3 standards are applicable where the responsible party documents that the activities being conducted on the property satisfy the definition for non-residential property at Rule 391-3-19-.02(2).
(c) Criteria for groundwater. The groundwater criteria for Type 3 are the same as for Type 1.
(d) Criteria for soils.
1. Concentrations at any point above the uppermost groundwater zone in soil that has been affected by a release shall not exceed the higher of:
(i) Concentrations described in Item 1 of Rule 391-3-19-.07(6)(c).
(ii) Concentrations listed in Table 2 of Appendix III.
(iii) For lead, 400 mg/kg.
2. Concentrations in surface soil (soil within 2 feet of the land surface) shall meet the criteria of Item 1 above and, in addition, shall not exceed the lower of the concentrations defined in Items (i) through (iii) below. If none of the calculations implied below can be made, the surface soil criterion shall be equal to the criterion of Item 1 above. In no event shall compliance with the surface soil criteria be achieved by applying two feet of clean soil onto the original land surface.
(i) Concentrations which are unlikely to result in any noncancer toxic effects on human health due to ingestion of soil and inhalation of particulates and volatiles, determined using Equation 7 of RAGS, Part B, and standard nonresidential exposure assumptions in Table 3 of Appendix III.
(ii) Concentrations for which the upper bound on the estimated excess cancer risk is less than or equal to 10-5 (10-4 for Class C carcinogens) for human ingestion of soil and inhalation of particulates and volatiles, determined using Equation 6, RAGS, Part B, and standard nonresidential exposure assumptions in Table 3 of Appendix III.
(iii) For lead, 400 mg/kg.
(9) Criteria for Type 4 standards.
(a) Type 4 standards provide for regulated substance concentrations that pose no significant risk on the basis of a site-specific risk assessment for the non-residential use scenario. To comply with Type 4 standards, all source materials must be removed or decontaminated to Type 4 media criteria.
(b) Type 4 standards are not applicable to residential properties. Type 4 standards are applicable where the responsible party documents that the activities being conducted on the property satisfy the definition for non-residential property at Rule 391-3-19-.02(2) and documents that a monitoring program will assure continued compliance with the Type 4 standards.
(c) Criteria for groundwater. Concentrations of regulated substances in groundwater samples must not exceed, at any point within the property boundaries, the lesser of the values from Items 1 and 2 below or, for those substances for which neither calculation can be made, the higher of concentrations in Table 1 of Appendix III, background concentrations, or detection limit concentrations.
1. Concentrations which are unlikely to result in any noncancer toxic effects on human health via ingestion of, or inhalation of volatiles from, groundwater, determined using Equation 2 from RAGS, Part B, and site-specific exposure factors for the non-residential use scenario.
2. Concentrations for which the upper bound on the estimated excess cancer risk is less than 10-5 via ingestion of, and inhalation of volatiles from, groundwater, determined using Equation 1 from RAGS, Part B, and site-specific exposure factors for the non-residential use scenario.
(d) Criteria for soil. Concentrations in soil that has been affected by a release shall not exceed the least of the concentrations in Items 1 and 2 below, or, for those substances for which said concentrations cannot be calculated, the highest of concentrations in Table 2 of Appendix III, background concentrations, or detection limit concentrations:
1. Concentrations in soil at any point above the uppermost groundwater zone which will not cause contamination of groundwater at levels which exceed Type 3 or 4 groundwater concentration criteria, whichever is higher, as determined by any laboratory test and/or fate-and-transport model recognized by USEPA and approved by the Director, at a point of exposure defined as any point at which a drinking water well could be installed.
2. Concentrations in surface soil shall meet the criteria of Item 1 above and shall not exceed the lower of the concentrations in Item (i) through (iii) below. The depth of soil considered surface soil may be based upon site-specific exposure factors approved by the Director, or assumed to be the top two feet of soil. In no event shall compliance be achieved by applying clean soil or any other barrier onto surface soil.
(i) Concentrations which are unlikely to result in any noncancer toxic effects on human health via soil ingestion along with inhalation of volatiles and particulates, determined using Equation 7 from RAGS, Part B, and site-specific exposure factors for the non-residential use scenario.
(ii) Concentrations for which the upper bound on the estimated excess cancer risk is less than 10-5 via soil ingestion along with inhalation of volatiles and particulates, determined using Equation 6 from RAGS, Part B, and site-specific exposure factors for the nonresidential use scenario.
(iii) For lead at nonresidential sites, soil concentrations at the site must not exceed concentrations that are determined by the procedures described in Appendix IV. In cases where children frequent the site, soil concentrations may be determined pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.07(9)(f). In all instances, the soil criterion at Item 1 above shall also apply to the Type 4 standard for lead.
(e) The exposure assessments under Rule 391-3-19-.07(9)(c) and (d) above shall be conducted in a manner consistent with USEPA's "Guidelines for Exposure Assessment" (57 FR 104:22888-22938; May 29, 1992).
(f) More stringent criteria may be established for a site than are specified under Rule 391-3-19-.07(9)(c) and (d) if the Director or the responsible party determines that it is necessary to protect human health or the environment.
(10) Criteria for Type 5 Standards.
(a) Type 5 standards allow, in those instances where application of Type 1-4 standards is not appropriate under present circumstances, the use of measures to control the regulated substances or the property where the regulated substances are located. Such measures may consist of engineering controls such as construction of a fence, placement of a cap, installation of a slurry wall, or stabilization/ solidification/fixation of the waste or waste residues. Under Type 5 standards, removal, decontamination, or treatment are used where appropriate to remove the principal threats at a site. The responsible party has the burden of being able to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Director that the particular mix of removal, decontamination, treatment and/or control measures is appropriate to eliminate or abate present and future threats to human health and the environment. Institutional controls should not be substituted for active remedial measures unless such active measures are determined not to be practicable.
(b) Compliance with Type 5 standards requires long-term monitoring and maintenance, as appropriate for implemented remedial measures, plus a restrictive covenant provided in accordance with Rule 391-3-19-.08(7).
(c) Compliance with Type 5 standards requires that Type 1, 2, 3, or 4 risk reduction standards, as applicable, be met beyond the boundary of the area for which compliance with Type 5 standards are sought whenever implementation of remedial measures is complete.
(d) Remedial measures designed to achieve compliance with Type 5 standards shall be consistent with the general requirements of Rule 391-3-19-.07(10)(a) and meet all the following performance criteria:
1. Carcinogens. For carcinogens, the measures shall be expected to permanently prevent exposures which exceed the upper bound on an estimated excess cancer risk of 10-5 (10-4 for Class C carcinogens) for individual carcinogenic substances and individual exposure pathways. The cumulative excess cancer risk for multiple carcinogenic substances and exposure pathways shall not be greater than 10-5.
2. Systemic toxicants. For systemic toxicants, the measures shall be expected to permanently prevent exposures which exceed the dose to which the human population (including sensitive subgroups) could be exposed on a daily basis without appreciable risk of deleterious effect during a lifetime. Exposures shall not exceed a hazard quotient of one or a hazard index of one. The hazard quotient is the ratio of a single systemic toxicant exposure level for a specified time period to a reference dose for that systemic toxicant derived from the same time period. The hazard index is the sum of the hazard quotients for a single or multiple systemic toxicants which affect the same target organ, or which act by the same method of toxicity through single or multiple media exposure pathways.
3. Air. The measures shall be expected to permanently assure that any emission from the contamination being addressed under these rules does not cause ambient atmospheric concentrations to exceed the lowest of the following concentrations:
(i) NESHAP and NAAQ Standards, and other applicable federal and state standards and guidelines of the USEPA and EPD.
(ii) For residential exposure conditions, concentrations that satisfy Items 1 and 2 of Rule 391-3-19-.07(10)(d) above at exposure points located both at the property boundary and within the contaminated area.
(iii) For non-residential exposure conditions, either OSHA permissible exposure limits, threshold limit values or other criteria applicable to an industrial exposure setting within the property boundary, and concentrations that satisfy Items 1 and 2 of Rule 391-3-19 - .07 (10)(d) at the property boundary.
4. Groundwater. At a minimum, for all Type 5 cases, free product shall be removed to the extent practicable. For groundwater contaminated with regulated substances that the responsible party demonstrates is not appropriate to remove or treat to the Type 1-4 standards, the criteria under Items (i) and (ii) below shall be met.
(i) If all source material and soil is removed, or treated to concentrations that are protective of groundwater as specified in Rule 391-3-19-.07(6)(c) 1., (7)(c)1., (8)(d)1.(i), (9)(d)1., whichever are applicable, the responsible party shall implement engineering controls, institutional controls, and monitoring for groundwater, unless the Director determines that they are not needed, to ensure:
(I) Groundwater contaminated with regulated substances in excess of the Type 1 through 4 standards will not migrate beyond the limits of the engineering controls, institutional controls and monitoring;
(II) Regulated substances in groundwater will not increase in concentration or toxicity in excess of Type 1 through 4 standards at the limits of engineering and institutional controls and monitoring; and
(III) Exposure to regulated substances in groundwater in concentrations exceeding the Type 1 through 4 standards will not occur.
(ii) If all source material and soil is not removed or treated to concentrations that are protective of groundwater as specified in Rule 391-3-19-.07(6)(c) 1., (7)(c)1., (8)(d)1.(i), or (9)(d)1., whichever are applicable, removal or treatment of groundwater shall be implemented at the hydraulically downgradient limit of the engineering controls used to control source material and soil to prevent or eliminate the horizontal and vertical migration of regulated substances in excess of the Type 1 through 4 standards beyond the hydraulically downgradient limit of such engineering controls. Beyond the engineering controls for source material and soil, the responsible party shall implement engineering controls, institutional controls and monitoring for groundwater, unless the Director determines that they are not needed, to ensure that the criteria specified in Items 4.
(i)
(I) - (III) above are met.
5. Soil. For soil contaminated with regulated substances at sites where a Type 5 standard is being sought, exposure area averaging using methods recognized by USEPA and approved by the Director may be used to demonstrate compliance with soil criteria derived pursuant to this section, provided the engineering and institutional controls for soil will permanently maintain exposure conditions consistent with those used to calculate such criteria.
(e) More stringent criteria may be established for a site than are specified under 391-3-19-.07 (10)(d) if the Director or the responsible party determines that it is necessary to protect human health or the environment.

Rule 391-3-19-.08 Property Notices

(1) Notices of private property instruments. This Rule applies to the owner of any property that is included in a site which is listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory and which has been designated as needing corrective action pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(6). The requirements of this paragraph do not apply to the owner of any property at the site where the Director concurs with a demonstration that the property complies, independently of other properties at the site, with either Type 1 or Type 2 risk reduction standards.
(a) From and after the date any owner receives written notice from the Director under Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(d) that property of such owner that is listed on Hazardous Site Inventory has been designated as needing corrective action, the owner of any such property shall include the following notice in any warranty deed, mortgage, security deed, lease, rental agreement, or other instrument that is thereafter given or caused to be given by the property owner which creates an interest in or grants a use of the property:

"This property has been listed on the state's hazardous site inventory due to a release of a regulated substance and has been designated as needing corrective action in accordance with the Rules for Hazardous Site Response. Contact the property owner or the Georgia Environmental Protection Division for further information concerning this property. This notice is provided in compliance with the Georgia Hazardous Site Response Act."

[Note: The term "instrument that is thereafter given or caused to be given by the property owner which creates an interest in or grants a use of the property" does not include options or contracts to purchase real property.]

(b) Rule 391-3-19-.08(1)(a) shall not apply after filing of the affidavit referred to in Rule 391-3-19-.08(6).
(2) Affidavit in county deed records. No later than forty five (45) days from the date the Director issues the written notice pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(d) that a property or part thereof listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory has been designated as needing corrective action, the owner of any such property shall cause to be prepared an affidavit of such fact in recordable form as set forth in O.C.G.A. § 44-2-20 and shall file such affidavit with the clerk of the superior court of each county in which the real property or any part thereof lies. Such affidavit shall be recorded in the clerk's deed records pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 44-2-20. Such affidavit shall include the statement provided in Rule 391-3-19-.08(1). The requirements of this paragraph do not apply to the owner of any property where the Director concurs with a demonstration that the property complies, independently of other properties at the site, with either Type 1 or Type 2 risk reduction standards.
(3) Petitions for hearing. The notices required by Rule 391-3-19-.08(1) and (2) shall be stayed if the property owner files a petition for a hearing in accordance with O.C.G.A. Section 12-8-73 within thirty (30) days of the date the Director issues the written notice pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.06(6)(d) that the site upon which the property is located needs corrective action.
(4) Documentation of property notices. Within thirty (30) days after the recorded affidavit required by Rule 391-3-19-.08(2) is returned by the county clerk to the property owner, the property owner shall submit a copy of such recorded affidavit to EPD.
(5) Director's affidavit in county deed records. Where ownership or control of any real property at a site subject to Rule 391-3-19-.08(1) and (2) is involuntarily acquired by a unit of state or local government through bankruptcy, tax delinquency, abandonment, or other circumstances in which the government involuntarily acquires title by virtue of its function as sovereign, the Director shall give thirty (30) days notice to any person who owned, operated, or otherwise controlled activities at the property immediately beforehand that the property is subject to the requirements of Rule 391-3-19-.08 and that, barring said person's contest under Rule 391-3-19-.08(3), the Director shall prepare and file the notice referenced in Rule 391-3-19-.08(2).
(6) Subsequent affidavits. If, subsequent to the filling of the initial affidavit referenced in Rule 391-3-19-.08(2), the Director determines that no further action in needed, and the property is removed from the Hazardous Site Inventory pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.05(4), the Director shall notify the property owner in writing of such determination whereupon the property owner may file an additional affidavit with the clerk of superior court attaching a copy of such determination, which shall be restricted to the following declaration:

"This property was listed on the state's hazardous site inventory and designated as needing corrective action. The property has since been determined to meet the delisting requirements of Section 391-3-391-.05(4) of the Rules for Hazardous Site Response. No further action is required at this property, and it has been removed from the state's hazardous site inventory. A copy of the determination is attached hereto. The notice requirements of O.C.G.A. § 12-8-97 no longer apply to this property and prior notices given under this code section are no longer in effect. The property owner or the Georgia Environmental Protection Division may be contacted for further information concerning this property. This notice is provided in compliance with the Georgia Hazardous Site Response Act."

(7) Environmental covenants.

The owner of any listed property at which Type 3, 4 or 5 risk reduction standards of Rule 391-3-19-.07(8),(9), or 10) are being used shall, upon the request of the Director, execute an environmental covenant for such property as provided for in O.C.G.A. § 44-16-1et seq. The covenant shall be recorded with the clerk of superior court for the county in which the property is located, and a copy shall be provided to any zoning or land use planning authority that has jurisdiction over the property. Such restrictions shall run with the land and be binding on the owner's successors and assigns.

(a) If the Director determines subsequent to the execution and recording of the covenant that the property is in compliance with Type 1 or 2 risk reduction standards and removes the property from the Hazardous Site Inventory, the Director shall so notify the property owner whereupon the covenant may be terminated.
(b) The covenant may include, but not necessarily be limited to, provisions to accomplish the following:
1. Prohibit activities on the property that may substantially interfere with a remedial action, operation and maintenance, long-term monitoring, or other measures necessary to ensure the integrity of the remedial action.
2. Prohibit activities that may result in human exposures above those specified for residential scenarios in Rule 391-3-19-.07(6) and (7) or for nonresidential scenarios at Rule 391-3-19-.07(8) and (9), whichever scenario is applicable, and activities that would result in the release of a regulated substance which has been remedied in accordance with Rule 391-3-19-.07(10).
3. Allow the Director to enforce the restrictions set forth in the covenant by legal action in a court of appropriate jurisdiction.
4. Require the installation and maintenance of a permanent marker that denotes a Type 5 restriction.
5. Describe uses of the property that are prohibited.

Rule 391-3-19-.09 Funding to State and Local Governments from the Hazardous Waste Trust Fund

(1) Purpose and Scope. This Rule applies to the use of the Hazardous Waste Trust Fund to finance the state and local share of costs associated with the investigation, remediation, post-closure care and maintenance of sites placed on the National Priorities List pursuant to the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980, and on the Hazardous Site Inventory pursuant to the Hazardous Site Response Act. For the purposes of this Rule, state means any agency, board, bureau, commission or authority of the State of Georgia. For the purposes of this Rule, local government means any county or municipality or consolidated city-county government, any local solid waste management authority, or any regional solid waste management authority, or any regional solid waste management authority created pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 12-8-53 of the Comprehensive Georgia Solid Waste Management Act.
(2) Eligibility Requirements. A state or local government may be eligible to receive financial assistance from the Hazardous Waste Trust Fund under this section for eligible costs described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(4)(a) provided that the state or local government meets all the following eligibility requirements:
(a) the site for which financial assistance is requested is a solid waste handling facility as defined by Rule 391-3-4-.01(67) of the Rules for Solid Waste Management and is listed on the National Priorities List or the Hazardous Site Inventory;
(b) the Director has notified the state or local government in writing that they are a responsible party for the site;
(c) the state or local government has entered into a contract with the Director which describes the financial assistance provided and the activities for which the monies shall be used;
(d) the state or local government has established and maintains an accounting system in accordance with the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB);
(e) the state or local government has adopted an authorizing resolution; and
(f) the state or local government has submitted to the Director a completed application for financial assistance on forms as provided by the Director.
(g) the state or local government has submitted to the Director a written statement of the percentage of total costs associated with the actions described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(4)(a) for which a state or local government is liable. Such statement shall also include a description of how such percentage was determined including the results of negotiations with any other responsible parties for the site.
(3) Financial Assistance. A state or local government that meets all the eligibility requirements described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(2) may receive financial assistance from the Hazardous Waste Trust Fund as described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(3)(a), (b) and (c). However, total payment of eligible costs from the Hazardous Waste Trust Fund shall in no event exceed $2,000,000 per site.
(a) For state or local governments that have been designated as a responsible party for a site, and that are not the owner of the site, the Director may pay up to 50% of the first $500,000 of eligible costs, as described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(4)(a), and up to 25% of all eligible costs exceeding $500,000.
(b) For state or local governments, excluding counties or municipal corporations, that have been designated as a responsible party for a site, and that are the owner of the site, the Director may pay up to 50% of the first $500,000 of eligible costs, as described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(4)(a), and up to 25% of all eligible costs exceeding $500,000.
(c) For counties or municipal corporations that have been designated as a responsible party for a site and that own or operate such site, the Director shall pay 100% of the first $500,000 of eligible costs, as described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(4)(a), and may pay up to 50% of all eligible costs exceeding $500,000.
(d) In the event that the unencumbered balance of the Hazardous Waste Trust Fund falls below $4.0 million, the Director may suspend the provision of financial assistance to state and local governments as described herein.
(4) Eligible Costs. Eligible costs are the percentage of the total costs associated with the actions described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(4)(a) for sites described in Section 391-3-19-.09(2)(a) for which a state or local government may seek financial assistance pursuant to Rule 391-3-19-.09(2).
(a) Only the costs associated with the following actions eligible for payment:
1. Completion and submittal of a compliance status report as required by Rule 391-3-19-.06(3);
2. Certification of compliance with the risk reduction standards as required by Rule 391-3-19-.06(4);
3. Compliance with the public participation requirements required by Rule 391-3-19-.06(5);
4. Corrective action required by an order of the Director issued pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 12-8-96 of the Hazardous Site Response Act.;
5. Response required by an order of the EPA Regional Administrator issued pursuant to Sections 104 and 106 of CERCLA. For the purposes of this section, the term response shall have the same meaning as that used in section 101(25) of CERCLA;
6. Post-closure care not required by Section 391-3-19-.12 of the Rules for Solid Waste Management but which may be required by the Director under an order issued pursuant to the Hazardous Site Response Act; or
7. Corrective action and assessment monitoring required by a solid waste handling permit or an order by the Director pursuant to the Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Act.
(b) The following costs are not eligible for payment:
1. Purchase or routine maintenance of equipment of a durable nature that is expected to have a period of service of one (1) year or more after being put into use site without material impairment of its physical condition, unless the applicant can be adequately demonstrate that the equipment was a total loss and that the loss occurred during the activities for which reimbursement is being requested;
2. Materials or supplies not purchased specifically for the activities for which reimbursement is being requested;
3. Administrative costs associated with filing an application for funding from the Hazardous Waste Trust Fund;
4. Employee salaries and out-of-pocket expenses normally provided for in the applicant's operating budget (i.e; meals, fuel) and employee fringe benefits;
5. Medical expenses incurred as a result of activities at the site;
6. Legal expenses;
7. Other expenses which the Director determines are not directly related to the investigation, redemption, post-closure care and maintenance of the site;
8. Costs arising as a result of claims for damages filed by third parties against the state or local government or its agents;
9. Costs resulting from releases that occur as a result of violations of state or federal laws, rules or regulations; and
10. Post-closure care required solely by Section 391-3-4-.12 of the Rules for Solid Waste Management.
11. Any costs described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(4)(a) for sites where the state or local government becomes the owner or operator after the site is listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory or the National Priorities List.
12. Any costs described in Rule 391-3-19-.09(4)(a) for sites where the state or local government had knowledge at the time of becoming the owner or operator that a release of a regulated substance had occurred at such site.
(5) Application Procedures. Any state or local government that meets the eligibility requirements under Section 391-3-19-.09(2) and that is seeking financial assistance from the Hazardous Waste Trust Fund shall submit an application on forms as may be approved by the Director.
(a) The Director may determine that an application is incomplete and shall notify the applicant that additional information is required before the application may be further processed or approved.
(b) The Director must approve an application prior to the expenditure of funds from the Hazardous Waste Trust Fund under this Section.

Appendix (391-3-19) I REGULATED SUBSTANCES AND SOIL CONCENTRATIONS THAT TRIGGER NOTIFICATION

The following table of contains all substances that are regulated under this chapter and includes all chemicals and chemical categories listed in the following three sources: (A) "List of Hazardous Substances and Reportable Quantities," 40 CFR Part 302, Table 302.4; (B) "List of Extremely Hazardous Substances and Their Threshold Planning Quantities," 40 CFR Part 355; and (C) "Hazardous Constituents," 40 CFR Part 261, Appendix VIII. The column labeled "Source" indicates which of the above sources lists a particular substance. The column labeled "CAS No." provides the number assigned to the substance by the Chemical Abstracts Service Registry (negative numbers are those arbitrarily assigned by EPD for use in administering this chapter). The table is sorted alphanumerically by chemical name; many substances are listed several times under synonyms.

Soil concentrations that trigger notification requirements (NCs), for the purposes of the Rule 391-3-19-.04(3)(b), are those given in the last column of the table. Non-numeric symbols in the NC column are explained in the legend at the end of the table. Concentrations are on a dry-weight total soil basis unless specifically indicated otherwise. Where a release involves multiple regulated substances and/or where a regulated substance can meet more than one listing, all relevant substance listing must be considered in determining whether an NC has been exceeded. If the concentration in the soil sample exceeds an NC for any listing, a notifiable condition exists. Whether or not a notifiable soil concentration has been exceeded is independent of the number of contributing releases or the number of contributing substances.

CAS #

Source

Regulated Substances

NC (mg/kg)

92875

AC

(1,1'-Biphenyl)-4,4'-diamine

DL/.05

119904

AC

(1,1'-Biphenyl)-4,4'-diamine, 3,3'-dimethoxy-

1.75

119937

AC

(1,1'-Biphenyl)-4,4'-diamine, 3,3'-dimethyl-

1.30

98828

A

(1-Methylethyl)benzene

21.88

62384

ABC

(Acetato)-phenylmercury

DL/.024

91941

AC

1,1'-Biphenyl-4,4'-diamine, 3,3'-dichloro

25.00

630206

AC

1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane

1.03

71556

AC

1,1,1-Trichloroethane

5.44

79345

AC

1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane

0.13

76131

A

1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane

6.92

79005

AC

1,1,2,-Trichloroethane

0.50

75343

AC

1,1-Dichloroethane

0.03

75354

AC

1,1-Dichloroethene

0.36

75354

AC

1,1-Dichloroethylene

0.36

78999

A

1,1-Dichloropropane

[1000]

465736

ABC

1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachloro-1,4,4a,5,8,8a-hexahydro-1,4,5,8-endo,endo-dimethanonaphthalene

DL(P)

55630

AC

1,2,3,-Propanetriol, trinitrate-

DL(P)

96184

AC

1,2,3-Trichloropropane

0.54

95943

AC

1,2,4-5-Tetrachlorobenzene

25.00

120821

AC

1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene

10.83

56553

AC

1,2-Benzanthracene

5.00

496720

AC

1,2-Benzenediamine, 4-methyl-

[100]

85449

AC

1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, anhydride

[1000]

117817

AC

1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, bis(2-ethylhexyl)ester

50.00

85687

AC

1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, butyl phenylmethyl ester

50.00

84742

AC

1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, dibutyl ester

13.70

84662

AC

1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, diethyl ester

0.74

131113

AC

1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, dimethyl ester

0.66

117840

AC

1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, dioctyl ester

50.00

218019

AC

1,2-Benzphenanthrene

5.00

107153

AB

1,2-Diaminoethane

[1000]

106934

AC

1,2-Dibromoethane

0.01

95501

AC

1,2-Dichlorobenzene

25.00

107062

AC

1,2-Dichloroethane

0.02

78875

AC

1,2-Dichloropropane

0.02

123331

AC

1,2-Dihydro-3,6-pyridazinedione

DL/5E-4

95476

A

1,2-Dimethylbenzene

20.00

540738

AC

1,2-Dimethylhydrazine

0.32

528290

A

1,2-Dinitrobenzene

205.1

122667

AC

1,2-Diphenylhydrazine

7.20

107153

AB

1,2-Ethanediamine

[1000]

91805

AC

1,2-Ethanediamine, N,N-dimethyl-N'-2-pyridinyl-N'-(2-thienylmethyl)

[1000]

111546

AC

1,2-Ethanediylbiscarbamodithioic acid

[1000]

1120714

AC

1,2-Oxathiolane, 2,2-dioxide

[100]

75558

ABC

1,2-Propyleneimine

DL(P)

1464535

ABC

1,2:3,4-Diepoxybutane

[100]

53703

AC

1,2:5,6-Dibenzanthracene

5.00

99354

AC

1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene

DL/.07

123637

AC

1,3,5-Trioxane, 2,4,6-trimethyl

[1000]

823405

AC

1,3-Benzenediamine, 2-methyl

[100]

95807

AC

1,3-Benzenediamine, 4-methyl-

3.74

108463

AC

1,3-Benzenediol

DL/.030

120581

AC

1,3-Benzenedioxole, 5-(1-propenyl)-

[1000]

94597

AC

1,3-Benzenedioxole, 5-(2-propenyl)-

[1000]

94586

AC

1,3-Benzenedioxole, 5-propyl

[100]

87683

AC

1,3-Butadiene, 1,1,2,3,4,4-hexachloro-

17.50

541731

AC

1,3-Dichlorobenzene

2.22

142289

A

1,3-Dichloropropane

[1000]

542756

AC

1,3-Dichloropropene

0.20

108383

A

1,3-Dimethylbenzene

20.00

99650

A

1,3-dinitrobenzene

1.05

96457

AC

1,3-Ethylenethiourea

19.94

85449

AC

1,3-Isobenzofurandione

[1000]

504609

A

1,3-Pentadiene

[1000]

1120714

AC

1,3-Propane sultone

[100]

106503

A

1,4-Benzenediamine

[25]

764410

AC

1,4-Dichloro-2-butene

[25]

106467

AC

1,4-Dichlorobenzene

6.84

123911

AC

1,4-Diethylene dioxide

DL/.13

100254

A

1,4-Dinitrobenzene

205.1

123911

AC

1,4-Dioxane

DL/.13

130154

AC

1,4-Naphthalenedione

[1000]

130154

AC

1,4-Naphthoquinone

[1000]

117806

A

1,4-Naphthoquinone, 2,3-dichloro-

[25]

5344821

ABC

1-(o-Chlorophenyl)thiourea

DL(P)

591082

AC

1-Acetyl-2-thiourea

DL/(P)

79196

ABC

1-Amino-2-thiourea

DL(P)

109739

A

1-Aminobutane

[1000]

101553

AC

1-Bromo-4-phenoxybenzene

[1000]

109739

A

1-Butanamine

[1000]

924163

AC

1-Butanamine, N-butyl-N-nitroso-

DL/.40

71363

A

1-Butanol

DL/.54

106898

ABC

1-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane

DL/.003

7005723

A

1-Chloro-4-phenoxybenzene

[1000]

504609

A

1-Methylbutadiene

[1000]

63252

A

1-Napthyl methylcarbamate

1/BG

86884

ABC

1-Naphthyl-2-thiourea

DL(P)

134327

AC

1-Napthylamine

[1000]

98862

AC

1-phenylethanone

DL/.26

107108

AC

1-Propanamine

[1000]

78819

A

1-Propanamine, 2-methyl

[1000]

621647

AC

1-Propanamine, N-nitroso-n-propyl-

1.71

142847

A

1-Propanamine, N-propyl-

[1000]

126727

AC

1-Propanol, 2,3-dibromo-, phosphate

25.00

78831

AC

1-Propanol, 2-methyl-

DL/.07

765344

AC

1-Propenal, 2,3-epoxy-

DL/.07

1888717

AC

1-Propene, 1,1,2,3,3,3-hexachloro-

[1000]

107051

A

1-Propene, 3-chloro-

[1000]

107186

ABC

1-Propen-3-ol

DL(P)

1464535

ABC

2,2'-Bioxirane

[100]

108601

AC

2,2'-oxybis (1-chloropropane)

[1000]

75990

A

2,2-Dichloropropanoic acid

10.00

58902

AC

2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol

25.00

15950660

A

2,3,4-Trichlorophenol

[100]

933788

A

2,3,5-Trichlorophenol

25.00

933755

A

2,3,6-Trichlorophenol

10.05

1746016

AC

2,3,7,8-Tetracholorodibenzo-p-dioxin

8.0E-05

616239

A

2,3--Dichloro-1-propanol

[25]

78886

A

2,3,-Dichloropropene

[1000]

3164292

A

2,3-dihydroxybutanedioic acid, diammonium salt

[1000]

93765

AC

2,4,5-T

0.66

2545597

A

2,4,5-T 2-butoxyethyl ester

0.66

1928478

A

2,4,5-T 2-ethylhexyl ester

0.66

2008460

A

2,4,5-T amines

0.66

93798

A

2,4,5-T esters

0.66

13560991

A

2,4,5-T salts

0.66

93721

AC

2,4,5-TP

10.00

32534955

A

2,4,5-TP acid esters

10.00

95954

AC

2,4,5-Trichlorophenol

4.56

93765

AC

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid

0.66

1319728

A

2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid, compound with 1-amino-2-propanol (1:1)

0.66

6369977

A

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid, dimethylamine salt

0.66

25168154

A

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid, isooctyl ester

0.66

3813147

A

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid, triethanolamine salt

0.66

6369966

A

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid, trimethylamine salt

0.66

61792072

A

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid-1-methylpropyl ester

0.66

93721

AC

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyproprionic acid

10.00

88062

AC

2,4,6-Trichlorophenol

0.66

94757

AC

2,4-D

1.16

1929733

A

2,4-D 2-butoxethyl ester

1.16

2971382

A

2,4-D chlorocrotyl ester

1.16

94111

A

2,4-D Esters

1.16

1928387

A

2,4-D Methyl ester

1.16

1928616

A

2,4-D propyl ester

1.16

1320189

A

2,4-D, Propylene glycol butyl ether ester

1.16

-99001

C

2,4-D, salts, esters

1.16

95807

AC

2,4-Diaminotoluene

3.74

120832

AC

2,4-Dichlorophenol

0.96

94111

A

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, esters

1.16

25168267

A

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, isooctyl ester

1.16

94757

AC

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, salts and esters

1.16

105679

AC

2,4-Dimethylphenol

1.51

51285

AC

2,4-Dinitrophenol

3.30

121142

AC

2,4-Dinitrotoluene

0.66

541537

ABC

2,4-Dithiobiuret

DL(P)

106514

AC

2,5-Cyclohexadiene-1,4-dione

[100]

329715

A

2,5-Dinitrophenol

[100]

108316

AC

2,5-Furadione

[1000]

823405

AC

2,6-Diaminotoluene

[100]

1194656

A

2,6-Dichlorobenzonitrile

[1000]

87650

AC

2,6-Dichlorophenol

[100]

573568

A

2,6-Dinitrophenol

[100]

606202

AC

2,6-Dinitrotoluene

0.76

823405

AC

2,6-Toluenediamine

[100]

2312358

A

2-(p-tert-butylphenoxy cyclohexyl 2-propynyl sulfite

[100]

53963

AC

2-Acetylaminofluorene

[25]

95534

AC

2-Amino-1-methylbenzene

49.85

13952846

A

2-Aminobutane

[1000]

13952846

A

2-Butanamine

[1000]

513495

A

2-Butanamine, (S)-

[1000]

78933

AC

2-Butanone

0.79

1338234

AC

2-Butanone peroxide

[100]

39196184

ABC

2-Butanone, 3,3-dimethyl-1-(methylthio)-,0-[(methyl amino) carbamoyl] oxime

DL(P)

4170303

ABC

2-Butenal

[1000]

123739

AB

2-Butenal, (E)-

6.30

764410

AC

2-Butene, 1,4-dichloro (mixture of cis and trans)

[25]

126998

AC

2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene

[25]

107200

AC

2-Chloro-1-ethanal

DL(P)

78886

A

2-Chloroallyl chloride

[1000]

110758

AC

2-Chloroethylvinyl ether

[1000]

91587

AC

2-Chloronaphthalene

25.00

95578

AC

2-Chlorophenol

0.68

131895

AC

2-Cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitrophenol

DL(P)

110805

AC

2-Ethoxyethanol

DL/.16

640197

ABC

2-Fluoroacetamide

DL(P)

98011

A

2-Furaldehyde

DL/.012

98011

A

2-Furancarboxaldehyde

DL/.012

96457

AC

2-Imidazolidinethione

19.94

78795

A

2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene

[1000]

534521

ABC

2-Methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol

DL(P)

107120

ABC

2-Methylacetonitrile

DL(P)

75558

ABC

2-Methylaziridine

DL(P)

75865

ABC

2-Methyllactonitrile

§

95487

AB

2-Methylphenol

3.80

109068

AC

2-Methylpyridine

[1000]

494031

AC

2-Naphthalenamine, N,N-bis (2-chloroethyl)

[1000]

91598

AC

2-Naphthylamine

[100]

88755

A

2-Nitrophenol

[1000]

79469

AC

2-Nitropropane

[100]

109068

AC

2-Picoline

[1000]

75649

A

2-Propanamine, 2-methyl-

[1000]

67641

A

2-Propanone

2.74

598312

AC

2-Propanone, 1-bromo-

DL(P)

107186

ABC

2-Propen-1-ol

DL(P)

107028

ABC

2-Propenal

DL(P)

79061

ABC

2-Propenamide

DL/.001

107131

ABC

2-Propenenitrile

1.37

126987

ABC

2-Propenenitrile, 2-methyl-

DL/.016

79107

A

2-Propenoic acid

DL/.008

97632

AC

2-Propenoic acid, 2-methyl-,ethyl ester

[1000]

80626

AC

2-Propenoic acid, 2-methyl-, methyl ester

DL/.17

140885

A

2-Propenoic acid, ethyl ester

249.25

107197

AC

2-Propyn-1-ol

DL(P)

88857

ABC

2-sec-butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol

0.66

56042

AC

2-Thio-6-methyluracil

[100]

2763964

ABC

3 (2H)-Isoxazolone, 5-(aminomethyl)-

DL(P)

91941

AC

3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine

25.00

119904

AC

3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine

1.75

119937

AC

3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine

1.30

39196184

ABC

3,3-dimethyl-1-(methylthio)-2-butanone-O-[(methylaminocarbonyl]oxime

DL(P)

609198

A

3,4,5-Trichlorophenol

19.60

225514

AC

3,4-Benzacridine

[1000]

205992

AC

3,4-Benzoflouranthene

5.00

50328

AC

3,4-Benzopyrene

1.64

496720

AC

3,4-Diaminotoluene

[100]

610399

A

3,4-Dinitrotoluene

[100]

496720

AC

3,4-Toluenediamine

[100]

78591

A

3,5,5-Trimethyl-2-cyclohexenone

DL/.19

330541

A

3-(3,4-Dichlorophenyl)-1,1-dimethylurea

[1000]

81812

ABC

3-(alpha-Acetonylbenzyl)-4-hydroxycoumarin

DL(P)

107051

A

3-Chloropropene

[1000]

542767

ABC

3-Chloropropionitrile

DL(P)

56495

AC

3-Methylcholanthrene

5.00

108394

A

3-Methylphenol

3.80

554847

A

3-Nitrophenol

[1000]

99081

A

3-Nitrotoluene

[1000]

56042

AC

4 (1H)-Pyrimidinone, 2,3-dihydro-6-methyl-2-thioxo-

[100]

72548

AC

4,4'-DDD

0.66

72559

AC

4,4'-DDE

0.66

50293

AC

4,4'-DDT

0.66

101144

AC

4,4'-Methylenebis (2-chloroaniline)

25.00

534521

ABC

4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol

DL(P)

-99002

C

4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol salts

[1000]

106490

AC

4-Amino-1-methylbenzene

62.97

92671

C

4-Aminobiphenyl

[25]

504245

ABC

4-Aminopyridine

DL(P)

101553

AC

4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether

[1000]

59507

AC

4-Chloro-3-methylphenol

13.20

3165933

A

4-Chloro-o-toluidine, hydrochloride

26.01

106478

AC

4-Chloroaniline

DL(P)

7005723

A

4-Chlorophenylphenyl ether

[1000]

108101

A

4-Methyl-2-pentanone

3.30

106445

A

4-Methylphenol

3.80

100027

AC

4-Nitrophenol

3.30

99990

A

4-Nitrotoluene

1.12

504245

ABC

4-Pyridinamine

DL(P)

2763964

ABC

5-(Aminomethyl)-3-isoxazolol

DL(P)

99558

AC

5-Nitro-o-toluidine

362.54

57976

AC

7,12-Dimethyl-1,2-Benzanthracene

[25]

57976

AC

7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene

[25]

194592

C

7H-Dibenzo[c,g]carbazole

5.00

83329

A

Acenaphthene

300.00

208968

A

Acenaphthylene

130.00

83329

A

Acenaphthylene, 1,2-dihydro-

300.00

75070

A

Acetaldehyde

DL/.003

107200

AC

Acetaldehyde, chloro-

DL(P)

640197

ABC

Acetamide, 2-fluoro-

DL(P)

62442

AC

Acetamide, N-(4-ethoxyphenyl)-

[1000]

NC(mg/kg)

591082

AC

Acetamide, N-(aminothioxomethyl)-

DL(P)

53963

AC

Acetamide, N-9H-fluoren-2-yl

[25]

53963

AC

Acetamidofluorene

[25]

64197

A

Acetic acid

[1000]

108054

AB

Acetic acid ethylene ether

0.51

94791

A

Acetic acid, (2,4-dichlorophenoxy)-, 1-methylpropylester

[1000]

540885

A

Acetic acid, 1,1-dimethylethyl ester

[1000]

105464

A

Acetic acid, 1-methylpropyl ester

[1000]

631618

A

Acetic acid, ammonium salt

[1000]

123864

A

Acetic acid, butyl ester

[1000]

141786

A

Acetic acid, ethyl ester

DL/.07

301042

AC

Acetic acid, lead (2+) salt

(i)

563688

AC

Acetic acid, thallium (1+) salt

(n)

108247

A

Acetic anhydride

[1000]

108247

A

Acetic oxide

[1000]

67641

A

Acetone

2.74

75865

ABC

Acetone cyanohydrins

§

1752303

B

Acetone Thiosemicarbazide

[25]

75058

AC

Acetonitrile

DL/.04

98862

AC

Acetophenone

DL/.26

506967

A

Acetyl bromide

[1000]

75365

AC

Acetyl chloride

[1000]

108247

A

Acetyl oxide

[1000]

75207

A

Acetylenogen

[100]

1066337

A

Acid ammonium carbonate

[1000]

1341497

A

Acid ammonium fluoride

[1000]

107028

ABC

Acrolein

DL(P)

79061

ABC

Acrylamide

DL/.001

79107

A

Acrylic acid

DL/.008

107028

ABC

Acrylic aldehyde

DL(P)

107131

ABC

Acrylonitrile

1.37

814686

B

Acrylyl Chloride

[25]

124049

A

Adipic acid

DL/.006

111693

B

Adiponitrile

[1000]

51434

AC

Adrenalin

§

1402682

C

Aflatoxins

§

116063

ABC

Aldicarb

DL(P)

309002

ABC

Aldrin

0.66

110178

A

Allomaleic acid

[1000]

107186

ABC

Allyl alcohol

DL(P)

107051

A

Allyl chloride

[1000]

107119

B

Allylamine

[25]

122098

AC

alpha, alpha-Dimethylphenethylamine

DL(P)

80159

A

alpha, alpha-Dimethylbenzylhydroperoxide

[100]

319846

A

alpha-Benzenehexachloride

0.66

319846

A

alpha-BHC

0.66

75865

ABC

alpha-Hydroxyisobutyronitrile

§

134327

AC

alpha-Naphthylamine

[1000]

86884

ABC

alpha-Naphthylthiourea

DL(P)

109068

AC

alpha-Picoline

[1000]

20859738

ABC

Aluminum phosphide (AlP)

DL(P)

10043013

A

Aluminum sulfate

[1000]

60571

AC

Alvit

0.66

62533

ABC

Aminobenzene

DL/.038

74895

A

Aminomethane

[1000]

62533

ABC

Aminophen

DL/.038

54626

B

Aminopterin

[25]

78535

B

Amiton

[25]

3734972

B

Amiton Oxalate

[25]

61825

AC

Amitrole

10.00

7664417

AB

Ammonia

500.00

10380297

A

Ammoniated copper sulfate monohydrate

(h)

631618

A

Ammonium acetate

[1000]

7773060

A

Ammonium amidosulfate

[1000]

1111780

A

Ammonium aminoformate

[1000]

1863634

A

Ammonium benzoate

[1000]

1066337

A

Ammonium bicarbonate

[1000]

1341497

A

Ammonium bifluoride

[1000]

5972736

A

Ammonium bioxalate monohydrate

[1000]

10192300

A

Ammonium bisulfite

[1000]

13826830

A

Ammonium borofluoride

[1000]

1111780

A

Ammonium carbamate

[1000]

506876

A

Ammonium carbonate

[1000]

12125029

A

Ammonium chloride

[1000]

7789095

A

Ammonium chromate ((NH4)2CrO7)

(f)

7788989

A

Ammonium chromate (VI)

(f)

3012655

A

Ammonium citrate, dibasic

[1000]

3164292

A

Ammonium d-tartrate

[1000]

7789095

A

Ammonium dichromate (VI)

(f)

1185575

A

Ammonium ferric citrate

[1000]

13826830

A

Ammonium fluoborate

[1000]

12125018

A

Ammonium fluoride

[1000]

16919190

A

Ammonium fluosilicate

[1000]

1066337

A

Ammonium hydrogen carbonate

[1000]

1341497

A

Ammonium hydrogen fluoride

[1000]

1336216

A

Ammonium hydroxide

[1000]

12125029

A

Ammonium muriate

[1000]

15699180

A

Ammonium nickel sulfate

(k)

6009707

A

Ammonium oxalate monohydrate

[1000]

131748

A

Ammonium picrate

DL(P)

1762954

A

Ammonium rhodanite

[1000]

16919190

A

Ammonium silicofluoride

[1000]

7773060

A

Ammonium sulfamate

[1000]

12135761

A

Ammonium sulfide

[1000]

10196040

A

Ammonium sulfite

[1000]

1762954

A

Ammonium sulfocyanate

[1000]

14307438

A

Ammonium tartrate

[1000]

1762954

A

Ammonium thiocyanate

[1000]

7803556

AC

Ammonium vanadate

(p)

300629

B

Amphetamine

§

628637

A

Amyl acetate

[1000]

123922

A

Amylacetic ester

[1000]

628637

A

Amylacetic ester

[1000]

62533

ABC

Aniline

DL/.038

88051

B

Aniline, 2,4,6-Trimethyl-

[25]

120127

A

Anthracene

500.00

7440360

AC

Antimony

10/BG

-99003

C

Antimony compounds, N.O.S.

(b)

7783564

A

Antimony fluoride

(b)

7647189

A

Antimony pentachloride

(b)

7783702

B

Antimony Pentafluoride

(b)

28300745

A

Antimony potassium tartrate

(b)

7789619

A

Antimony tribromide

(b)

10025919

A

Antimony trichloride

(b)

7783564

A

Antimony trifluoride

(b)

1309644

A

Antimony trioxide

(b)

1397940

B

Antimycin A

[25]

7697372

AB

Aqua fortis

(v)

140578

C

Aramite

[25]

137268

AC

Arasan

10.00

506616

ABC

Argentate(1-), dicyano-, potassium

(r)

12674112

A

Aroclor 1016

(s)

11104282

A

Aroclor 1221

(s)

11141165

A

Aroclor 1232

(s)

53469219

A

Aroclor 1242

(s)

12672296

A

Aroclor 1248

(s)

11097691

A

Aroclor 1254

(s)

11096825

A

Aroclor 1260

(s)

1336363

A

Aroclors

(s)

7784465

AB

Arseneous acid, sodium salt

(a)

7440382

AC

Arsenic

41.00

7778394

AC

Arsenic acid (H3AsO4)

(a)

7778441

AB

Arsenic acid (H3AsO4), calcium salt (2:3)

(a)

7631892

AB

Arsenic acid (H3AsO4), sodium salt

(a)

1303282

ABC

Arsenic acid anhydride

(a)

7645252

A

Arsenic acid, lead salt

(a)

7784409

A

Arsenic acid, lead(2+) salt (1:1)

(a)

10102484

A

Arsenic acid, lead (4+) salt (3:2)

(a)

7784341

AB

Arsenic chloride

(a)

-99004

AC

Arsenic compounds, N.O.S.

(a)

1303328

A

Arsenic disulfide

(a)

1303282

ABC

Arsenic pentoxide

(a)

1303328

A

Arsenic sulfide

(a)

1327533

ABC

Arsenic trioxide

(a)

1303339

A

Arsenic trisulfide

(a)

1327533

ABC

Arsenic (III) oxide (As2O3)

(a)

1303282

ABC

Arsenic (V) oxide As2O5)

(a)

10124502

AB

Arsenious acid

(a)

1303339

A

Arsenious sulfide

(a)

1327533

ABC

Arsenous oxide

(a)

7784341

AB

Arsenous trichloride

(a)

7784421

B

Arsine

(a)

692422

AC

Arsine, diethyl

(a)

75605

AC

Arsinic acid, dimethyl

(a)

10124502

AB

Arsonic acid, potassium salt

(a)

696286

ABC

Arsonous dichloride, phenyl-

(a)

1332214

A

Asbestos

§

492808

AC

Auramine

[1000]

2303164

AC

Avadex

196.13

115026

AC

Azaserine

[25]

2642719

B

Azinphos-Ethyl

10.00

86500

AB

Azinphos-methyl

10.00

151564

ABC

Aziridine

DL(P)

75558

ABC

Aziridine, 2-methyl-

DL(P)

625161

A

Banana oil

[1000]

7440393

C

Barium

500/BG

-99005

C

Barium compounds, N.O.S.

(c)

542621

AC

Barium cyanide

(r)

333415

A

Basudin

1/BG

225514

AC

Benz(c)acridine

[1000]

98873

ABC

Benzal chloride

[1000]

62533

ABC

Benzenamine

DL/.038

636215

AC

Benzenamine, 2-methyl-, hydrochloride

[1000]

99558

AC

Benzenamine, 2-methyl-5-nitro-

362.54

98168

B

Benzenamine, 3-(Trifluoromethyl)-

[25]

101144

AC

Benzenamine, 4,4'-methylenebis [2-chloro-

25.00

492808

AC

Benzenamine, 4,4' carbonimidoylbis[N,N-dimethyl-

[1000]

106478

AC

Benzenamine,4-chloro-

DL(P)

3165933

A

Benzenamine, 4-chloro-2-methyl, hydrochloride

26.01

106490

AC

Benzenamine, 4-methyl-

62.97

100016

AC

Benzenamine, 4-nitro-

DL(P)

60117

AC

Benzenamine, N,N-dimethyl-4-(phenylazo)-

[100]

86306

A

Benzenamine, N-nitroso-N-phenyl

6.46

122394

C

Benzenamine, N-phenyl

[25]

71432

AC

Benzene

0.02

108907

AC

Benzene chloride

4.18

100447

ABC

Benzene, (chloromethyl)-

1.05

98873

ABC

Benzene, (dichloromethyl)-

[1000]

98077

ABC

Benzene, (trichloromethyl)-

[100]

95943

AC

Benzene, 1,2,4,5-tetrachloro-

25.00

120821

AC

Benzene, 1,2,4-trichloro-

10.83

528290

A

Benzene, 1,2-Dinitro-

205.10

94597

AC

Benzene, 1,2-methylenedioxy-4-allyl

[1000]

120581

AC

Benzene, 1,2,-methylenedioxy-4-propenyl-

[1000]

94586

AC

Benzene, 1,2-methylenedioxy-4-propyl-

[100]

99354

AC

Benzene, 1,3,5-trinitro-

DL/.07

541731

AC

Benzene, 1,3-dichloro-

2.22

91087

AB

Benzene, 1,3-diisocyanato-2-methyl

[1000]

26471625

AC

Benzene, 1,3-diisocyanatomethyl-

[1000]

99650

A

Benzene, 1,3-dinitro-

1.05

106467

AC

Benzene, 1,4-dichloro-

6.84

100254

A

Benzene, 1,4-dinitro-

205.10

100141

B

Benzene, 1-(Chloromethyl)-4-Nitro-

[25]

101553

AC

Benzene, 1-bromo-4-phenoxy-

[1000]

7005723

A

Benzene, 1-chloro-4-phenoxy

[1000]

121142

AC

Benzene, 1-methyl-2,4-dinitro

0.66

98828

A

Benzene, 1-methylethyl-

21.88

606202

AC

Benzene, 2-methyl-1,3-dinitro-

0.76

25321226

AC

Benzene, dichloro- (N.O.S.)

[1000]

1330207

A

Benzene, dimethyl-

20.00

110827

A

Benzene, hexahydro-

20.00

98953

ABC

Benzene, nitro-

0.70

608935

AC

Benzene, pentachloro-

25.00

98055

BC

Benzenearsonic acid

(a)

305033

AC

Benzenebutanoic acid, 4-[bis(2-chloroethyl) amino-

[100]

98884

A

Benzenecarbonyl chloride

§

65850

A

Benzenecarboxylic acid

1000.00

25376458

AC

Benzenediamine, ar-methyl-

[100]

122098

AC

Benzenethanamine, alpha, alpha-dimethyl-

DL(P)

608731

A

Benzenehexachloride

0.66

98099

A

Benzenesulfonic chloride

[1000]

98099

A

Benzenesulfonyl acid chloride

[1000]

108985

ABC

Benzenethiol

DL(P)

92875

AC

Benzidine

DL/.05

3615212

B

Benzimidazole, 4,5-dichloro-2-(trifluoromethyl)-

[25]

56553

AC

Benzo(a)anthracene

5.00

50328

AC

Benzo(a)pyrene

1.64

205992

AC

Benzo(b)fluoranthene

5.00

91225

A

Benzo(b)pyridine

DL/.51

191242

A

Benzo(ghi)perylene

500.00

206440

AC

Benzo(j,k) fluorine

500.00

207089

AC

Benzo(k)fluoranthene

5.00

65850

A

Benzoic acid

1000.00

100470

A

Benzonitrile

DL/.17

98077

ABC

Benzotrichloride

[100]

98884

A

Benzoyl chloride

§

129000

AB

Benzo[def]phenanthrene

500.00

205823

C

Benzo[j]fluoranthene

5.00

100447

ABC

Benzyl chloride

1.05

140294

B

Benzyl Cyanide

[1000]

98873

ABC

Benzylidene chloride

[1000]

205992

AC

Benz[e]acephenanthrylene

5.00

56495

AC

Benz[j]aceanthrylene, 1,2-dihydro-3-methyl-

5.00

7440417

AC

Beryllium

3.00/BG

7787475

A

Beryllium chloride

(d)

-99006

AC

Beryllium compounds, N.O.S.

(d)

7787497

A

Beryllium fluoride

(d)

13597994

A

Beryllium nitrate

(d)

7787555

A

Beryllium nitrate trihydrate

(d)

319857

A

beta-Benzenehaxachloride

0.66

319857

A

beta-BHC

0.66

33213659

A

beta-Endosulfan

10.00

91598

AC

beta-Naphthylamine

[100]

608731

A

BHC

0.66

15271417

B

Bicyclo [2.2.1]heptane-2-carbonitrile,5-chloro-6-((methylamino)carbonyl)oxy)imino)-,(1S-(1-alpha,2-beta,4-alpha,5-alpha,6E))

[25]

108601

AC

bis(2-Chloro-1-methylethyl)ether

170.91

111911

AC

bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane

DL/.027

111444

ABC

bis(2-Chloroethyl) ether

DL/.60

108601

AC

bis(Chloroisoprophyl)ether

170.91

117817

AC

bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate

50.00

534076

B

Bis(Chloromethyl)Ketone

[25]

542881

ABC

Bis (chloromethyl)ether

DL(P)

137268

AC

bis(Dimethylthiocarbamoyl)disulfide

10.00

4044659

B

Bitoscanate

[25]

7723140

AB

Black phosphorus

10.25

3689245

ABC

Bladafum

DL(P)

110178

A

Boletic acid

[1000]

10294345

B

Boron Trichloride

[25]

7637072

B

Boron Trifluoride

[25]

353424

B

Boron trifluoride compound with methyl ether (1:1)

[25]

28772567

B

Bromadiolone

[25]

7726956

B

Bromine

[25]

506683

ABC

Bromine cyanide

(r)

598312

AC

Bromoacetone

DL(P)

75274

A

Bromodichloromethane

1.18

75252

AC

Bromoform

1.00

74839

ABC

Bromomethane

0.80

357573

AC

Brucine

DL(P)

14307438

A

Butanedioic acid, 2,3-di-hydroxy-(R-(R*,R*))-ammonium salt

[1000]

305033

AC

Butanoic acid, 4-[bis(2-chloroethyl)-amino)benzene-

[100]

110178

A

(E)-2-Butanedioic acid

[1000]

94804

A

Butyl 2,4-D

[1000]

85687

AC

Butyl benzyl phthalate

50.00

107926

A

Butyric acid

[1000]

75605

AC

Cacodylic acid

(a)

7440439

AC

Cadmium

39.00

543908

A

Cadmium acetate

(e)

7789426

A

Cadmium bromide

(e)

10108642

A

Cadmium chloride

(e)

-99007

AC

Cadmium compounds, N.O.S.

(e)

1306190

B

Cadmium Oxide

(e)

2223930

B

Cadmium Stearate

(e)

7778441

AB

Calcium arsenate

(a)

52740166

A

Calcium arsenite

(a)

75207

A

Calcium carbide

[100]

13765190

AC

Calcium chromate

(f)

592018

AC

Calcium cyanide

(r)

26264062

A

Calcium dodecylbenzene sulfonate

[1000]

7778543

A

Calcium hypochlorite

[100]

56257

B

Cantharidin

[25]

133062

A

Captan

1/BG

51832

B

Carbachol Chloride

[25]

51796

AC

Carbamic acid, ethyl ester

[1000]

63252

A

Carbamic acid, methyl-,1-naphthyl ester

1/BG

2032657

AB

Carbamic acid, methyl-, 4-(methylthio)-3,5-xylyl ester

10.00

315184

AB

Carbamic acid, methyl-, 4-dimethylamino-3,5-xylyl ester

10.00

26419738

B

Carbamabic acid, methyl-0-(((2,4-dimethyl-1,3-dithiolan-2-yl)methylene)amino)-

[25]

615532

AC

Carbamic acid, methylnitroso-, ethyl ester

[25]

79447

AC

Carbamic chloride, dimethyl-

[25]

684935

AC

Carbamide, N-methyl-N-nitroso-

[25]

62566

AC

Carbamide, thio-

[100]

630104

AC

Carbamimidoselenoic acid

DL(P)

111546

AC

Carbamodithioic acid, 1,2-ethanediylbis-, salts and esters

[1000]

2303164

AC

Carbamothioic acid, bis(1-methylethyl)-S-(2,3-dichloro-2-propenyl) ester

196.13

63252

A

Carbaryl

1/BG

1563662

AB

Carbofuran

0.80

108952

ABC

Carbolic acid

50.00

75150

ABC

Carbon bisulfide

DL(P)/BG

75150

ABC

Carbon disulfide

DL(P)/BG

353504

AC

Carbon oxyfluoride

[1000]

56235

AC

Carbon tetrachloride

0.17

6533739

ABC

Carbonic acid, dithallium (1+) salt

(n)

75445

ABC

Carbonic dichloride

DL(P)

353504

AC

Carbonic difluoride

[1000]

79221

ABC

Carbonochloridic acid, methyl ester

[1000]

75445

ABC

Carbonyl chloride

DL(P)

353504

AC

Carbonyl fluoride

[1000]

786196

B

Carbophenothion

1/BG

1310732

A

Caustic soda

(v)

62384

ABC

Ceresan

DL/.024

75694

AC

CFC-11

0.70

75718

AC

CFC-12

1.49

305033

AC

Chlorambucil

[100]

57749

ABC

Chlordane

9.20

470906

B

Chlorfenvinfos

[25]

68411450

AC

Chlorinated benzenes, N.O.S.

[25]

68411723

AC

Chlorinated ethane, N.O.S.

[25]

-99008

C

Chlorinated fluorocarbons, N.O.S.

[25]

70776033

AC

Chlorinated naphthalene, N.O.S.

[25]

-99009

AC

Chlorinated phenol, N.O.S.

[25]

7782505

AB

Chlorine

§

506774

AC

Chlorine cyanide

(r)

24934916

B

Chlormephos

[25]

999815

B

Chlormequat Chloride

[25]

494031

AC

Chlornaphazine

[1000]

107200

AC

Chloroacetaldehyde

DL(P)

79118

B

Chloroacetic Acid

[25]

-99010

AC

Chloroalkyl ethers, N.O.S.

[25]

107051

A

Chloroallylene

[1000]

108907

AC

Chlorobenzene

4.18

68411450

A

Chlorobenzenes

[25]

510156

AC

Chlorobenzilate

[100]

124481

A

Chlorodibromomethane

1.63

75003

A

Chloroethane

0.17

107073

B

Chloroethanol

[25]

627112

B

Chloroethyl Chloroformate

[25]

67663

ABC

Chloroform

0.68

75445

ABC

Chloroformyl chloride

DL(P)

74873

AC

Chloromethane

0.04

107302

ABC

Chloromethyl methyl ether

DL/.012

3691358

B

Chlorophacinone

[25]

59507

AC

Chlorophenol, 4-, methyl, 3-

13.20

126998

AC

Chloroprene

[25]

7790945

A

Chlorosulfonic acid

[1000]

1982474

B

Chloroxuron

[25]

2921882

A

Chlorpyrifos

1/BG

21923239

B

Chlorthiophos

[25]

7738945

A

Chromic (VI) acid

(f)

1066304

A

Chromic acetate

(f)

7789095

A

Chromic acid (H2Cr2O7), diammonium salt

(f)

7738945

A

Chromic acid (H2CrO4)

(f)

7788989

A

Chromic acid (H2CrO4), diammonium salt

(f)

13765190

AC

Chromic acid, calcium salt

(f)

10025737

B

Chromic Chloride

(f)

10101538

A

Chromic sulfate

(f)

7440473

AC

Chromium

1200.00

-99011

AC

Chromium compounds, N.O.S.

(f)

10049055

A

Chromous chloride

(f)

218019

AC

Chrysene

5.00

156592

C

cis-1,2 Dichloroethylene

0.53

110167

A

cis-1,2-Ethylenedicarboxylic acid

[1000]

110167

A

cis-Butenedioic acid

[1000]

108316

AC

cis-Butenedioic acid anhydride

[1000]

3012655

A

Citric acid diammonium salt

[1000]

6358538

C

Citrus red No. 2

[25]

8007452

C

Coal tar creosote

5.00

7789437

A

Cobalt bromide

(g)

10210681

B

Cobalt Carbonyl

(g)

7789437

A

Cobalt dibromide

(g)

544183

A

Cobalt formate

(g)

14017415

A

Cobalt sulfamate

(g)

99204

-

Cobalt (reference only, not regulated substance)

25/BG

62207765

B

Cobalt, ((2,2'-(1,2-ethanediylbis(nitrilomethylidyne))bis(6-fluorophenolato))(2-)-N,N',O,O')

(g)

14017415

A

Cobaltous sulfamate

(g)

65996818

A

Coke oven emissions

§

64868

B

Colchicine

[25]

2312358

A

Comite

[100]

7440508

A

Copper

1500.00

142712

A

Copper acetate

(h)

12002038

AB

Copper acetate arsenite

(a)

12002038

AB

Copper acetoarsenite

(a)

-99012

A

Copper and compounds

(h)

7447394

A

Copper chloride

(h)

544923

AC

Copper cyanide

(r)

3251238

A

Copper nitrate

(h)

7758987

A

Copper sulfate

(h)

815827

A

Copper tartrate

(h)

10380297

A

Copper(2+), tetraammine-, sulfate (1:1), monohydrate

(h)

56724

AB

Coumaphos

1/BG

56724

AB

Coumarin, 3-chloro-7-hydroxy-4-methyl-, O-ester with O,O-diethylpyrophosphorothioate

1/BG

5836293

B

Coumatetralyl

[25]

8001589

AC

Creosote

--

1319773

AC

Cresols

3.80

1319773

AC

Cresylic acid

3.80

535897

B

Crimidine

[25]

4170303

ABC

Crotonaldehyde

[1000]

123739

AB

Crotonaldehyde, (E)

[1000]

4170303

ABC

Crotyladehyde

[1000]

98828

A

Cumene

21.88

80159

A

Cumene hydroperoxide

[100]

142712

A

Cupric acetate

(h)

12002038

AB

Cupric acetoarsenite

(a)

7447394

A

Cupric chloride

(h)

3251238

A

Cupric nitrate

(h)

5893663

A

Cupric oxalate

(h)

7758987

A

Cupric sulfate

(h)

10380297

A

Cupric sulfate, ammoniated, monohydrate

(h)

815827

A

Cupric tartrate

(h)

57125

AC

Cyanides (soluble salts and complexes) N.O.S.

(r)

-99013

A

Cyanides (CN anion)

10.00

100470

A

Cyanobenzene

DL/.17

107131

ABC

Cyanoethylene

1.37

460195

AC

Cyanogen

DL(P)

506683

ABC

Cyanogen bromide

(r)

506774

AC

Cyanogen chloride

(r)

506785

B

Cyanogen iodide

(r)

506683

ABC

Cyanogen monobromide

(r)

2636262

B

Cyanophos

[25]

675149

B

Cyanuric Fluoride

[25]

14901087

C

Cycasin

[25]

110827

A

Cyclohexane

20.00

108941

A

Cyclohexanone

DL/.031

71432

AC

Cyclohexatriene

0.02

66819

B

Cycloheximide

[25]

108918

B

Cyclohexylamine

[25]

50180

AC

Cyclophosphamide

[100]

60515

ABC

Cygon

DL(P)

18883664

AC

D-Glucopyranose, 2-deoxy-2-(3-methyl-3-nitrosoureido)-

[25]

75990

A

Dalapon

10.00

20830813

AC

Daunomycin

[100]

20830813

AC

Daunorubicin

[100]

96128

AC

DBCP

DL/.003

156605

AC

DCE, trans-1,2-

0.53

108601

AC

DCIP

170.91

330541

A

DCMU

[1000]

72548

AC

DDD

0.66

72559

AC

DDE

0.66

50293

AC

DDT

0.66

62737

AB

DDVP

1/BG

17702419

B

Decaborane (14)

[25]

319868

A

delta-Benzenehexachloride

[25]

319868

A

delta-BHC

[25]

8065483

B

Demeton

20.51

919868

B

Demeton-S-Methyl

[25]

56531

AC

DES

DL

115322

A

Di (p-chlorophenyl)-trichloromethylcarbinol

1/BG

117840

A

Di-n-octyl phthalate

50.00

621647

AC

Di-n-propylnitrosamine

1.71

10311849

B

Dialifor

[25]

2303164

AC

Diallate

196.13

302012

ABC

Diamine

DL/4E-5

25376458

AC

Diaminotoluene

[100]

7788989

A

Diammonium chromate ((NH4)2CrO4)

(f)

3012655

A

Diammonium citrate

[1000]

7789095

A

Diammonium dichromate

(f)

6009707

A

Diammonium oxalate monohydrate

[1000]

3164292

A

Diammonium tartrate

[1000]

1309644

A

Diantimony trioxide

(b)

333415

A

Diazinon

1/BG

53703

AC

Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene

5.00

189559

AC

Dibenzo(a,i)pyrene

5.00

192654

C

Dibenzo[a,e]pyrene

5.00

189640

C

Dibenzo[a,h]pyrene

5.00

1746016

AC

Dibenzo[b,e][1,4]dioxin, 2,3,7,8-tetrachloro-

8.00E-05

226368

C

Dibenz[a,h]acridine

[25]

224420

C

Dibenz[a,j]acridine

[25]

19287457

B

Diborane

[25]

300765

A

Dibrom

[100]

124481

A

Dibromochloromethane

1.63

96128

AC

Dibromochloropropane

DL/.003

74953

AC

Dibromomethane

[1000]

84742

AC

Dibutyl phthalate

13.70

1918009

A

Dicamba

1/BG

1194656

A

Dichlobenil

[1000]

117806

A

Dichlone

[25]

25321226

AC

Dichlorobenzene, N.O.S.

[1000]

1331471

A

Dichlorobenzidines

[25]

75274

A

Dichlorobromomethane

1.18

75718

AC

Dichlorodifluoromethane

1.49

72548

AC

Dichlorodiphenyldichloroethane

0.66

111444

ABC

Dichloroethyl ether

DL/.60

75092

AC

Dichloromethane

0.08

149746

B

Dichloromethylphenylsilane

[25]

696286

ABC

Dichlorophenylarsine

(a)

8003198

A

Dichloropropane - dichloropropene mixture

[1000]

26638197

AC

Dichloropropane, N.O.S.

[1000]

26545733

C

Dichloropropanol, N.O.S.

[25]

26952238

AC

Dichloropropene, N.O.S.

[1000]

62737

AB

Dichlorvos

1/BG

115322

A

Dicofol

1/BG

141662

B

Dicrotophos

[25]

60571

AC

Dieldrin

0.66

56382

ABC

Diethyl 4-nitrophenylphosphorothioate

DL(P)

814493

B

Diethyl Chlorophosphate

[25]

60297

A

Diethyl ether

0.56

84662

AC

Diethyl phthalate

0.74

311455

AC

Diethyl-p-nitrophenyl phosphate

DL(P)

109897

A

Diethylamine

[1000]

692422

AC

Diethylarsine

(a)

1642542

B

Diethylcarbamazine citrate

[25]

56531

AC

Diethylstilbestrol

DL

71636

B

Digitoxin

§

2238075

B

Diglycidyl Ether

[25]

20830755

B

Digoxin

[25]

94586

AC

Dihydrosafrole

[100]

55914

ABC

Diisopropylflourophosphate

DL(P)

115264

B

Dimefox

[25]

60515

ABC

Dimethoate

DL(P)

2524030

B

Dimethyl Phosphorochloridothioate

[25]

131113

AC

Dimethyl phthalate

0.66

77781

ABC

Dimethyl sulfate

DL/.12

99989

B

Dimethyl-p-phenylenediamine

[25]

124403

A

Dimethylamine

[1000]

79447

AC

Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride

[25]

75785

B

Dimethyldichlorosilane

[25]

62759

ABC

Dimethylnitrosamine

0.66

1300716

A

Dimethylphenol

307.64

644644

B

Dimetilan

[25]

25154545

AC

Dinitrobenzene, N.O.S.

[1000]

10544726

A

Dinitrogen tetroxide

[100]

25550587

A

Dinitrophenol

[100]

25321146

A

Dinitrotoluene

[100]

88857

ABC

Dinoseb

0.66

1420071

B

Dinoterb

[25]

78342

B

Dioxathion

1/BG

1746016

AC

Dioxin

8.00E-05

82666

B

Diphacinone

[25]

122394

C

Diphenylamine

[25]

38622183

A

Diphenylhydrazine

[25]

152169

ABC

Diphosphoramide, octamethyl-

DL(P)

333415

A

Dipofene

1/BG

142847

A

Dipropylamine

[1000]

2764729

A

Diquat

2.00

85007

A

Diquat dibromide

2.00

7631892

AB

Disodium arsenate

(a)

7558794

A

Disodium phosphate

[1000]

10102188

AB

Disodium selenite

(L)

14644612

A

Disulfatozirconic acid

[1000]

298044

ABC

Disulfoton

DL(P)

8014957

A

Disulphuric acid

(v)

298044

ABC

Disyston

DL(P)

514738

B

Dithiazanine iodide

[25]

75150

ABC

Dithiocarbonic anhydride

DL(P)/BG

3689245

ABC

Dithiopyrophosphoric acid, tetraethyl ester

DL(P)

330541

A

Diuron

[1000]

72435

AC

DMDT

10.00

27176870

A

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid

[1000]

2921882

A

Dursban

1/BG

106934

AC

EDB

0.01

60004

A

Edetic acid

[1000]

60004

A

EDTA

[1000]

316427

B

Emetine, Dihydrochloride

[25]

959988

A

Endosulfan (alpha)

10.00

115297

ABC

Endosulfan (mixed isomers)

3.30

1031078

A

Endosulfan sulfate

1.65

959988

A

Endosulfan-I

10.00

33213659

A

Endosulfan-II

10.00

145733

AC

Endothall

0.66

2778043

B

Endothion

[25]

72208

ABC

Endrin

10.00

7421934

A

Endrin aldehyde

10.00

-99014

AC

Endrin metabolites

10.00

106898

ABC

Epichlorhydrin

DL/.003

51434

AC

Epinephrine

§

2104645

B

EPN

[25]

50146

B

Ergocalciferol

[25]

379793

B

Ergotamine Tartrate

[25]

1464535

ABC

Erythritol anhydride

[100]

75070

A

Ethanal

DL/.003

122098

AC

Ethanamine, 1,1-dimethyl-2-phenyl

DL(P)

55185

AC

Ethanamine, N-ethyl-N-nitroso-

DL/.014

5893663

A

Ethandioic acid copper salt

(h)

60297

A

Ethane, 1,1'-oxybis-

0.56

111444

ABC

Ethane, 1,1'-oxybis[2-chloro-

DL/.60

111911

AC

Ethane, 1,1'-[methylenebis(oxy)]bis[2-chloro-

DL/.027

630206

AC

Ethane, 1,1,1,2-tetrachloro-

1.03

106934

AC

Ethane, 1,2-dibromo-

0.01

107062

AC

Ethane, 1,2-dichloro-

0.02

460195

AC

Ethanedinitrile

DL(P)

55488874

A

Ethanedioic acid, ammonium iron salt

[1000]

2944674

A

Ethanedioic acid, ammonium iron(3+) salt (3:3:1)

[1000]

14258492

A

Ethanedioic acid, ammonium salt

[1000]

6009707

A

Ethanedioic acid, diammonium salt, monohydrate

[1000]

5972736

A

Ethanedioic acid, monoammonium, salt, monohydrate

[1000]

75058

AC

Ethanenitrile

DL/.04

1622328

B

Ethanesulfonyl Chloride, 2-Chloro-

[25]

62555

AC

Ethanethioamide

[100]

64197

A

Ethanoic acid

[1000]

10140871

B

Ethanol, 1,2-Dichloro-, Acetate

[25]

1116547

AC

Ethanol, 2,2'-(nitrosoimino)bis-

4.27

98862

AC

Ethanone, 1-phenyl-

DL/.26

75365

AC

Ethanoyl chloride

[1000]

4549400

AC

Ethenamine, N-methyl-N-nitroso-

DL(P)

110758

AC

Ethene, (2-chloroethoxy)-

[1000]

75014

AC

Ethene, chloro

0.04

563122

AB

Ethion

[100]

13194484

B

Ethoprophos

[25]

141786

A

Ethyl acetate

DL/.07

140885

A

Ethyl acrylate

[1000]

75070

A

Ethyl aldehyde

DL/.003

51796

AC

Ethyl carbamate

[1000]

75003

A

Ethyl chloride

0.17

107120

ABC

Ethyl cyanide

DL(P)

60297

A

Ethyl ether

0.56

97632

AC

Ethyl methacrylate

[1000]

62500

AC

Ethyl methanesulfonate

[25]

510156

AC

Ethyl-4,4'-dichlorobenzilate

44.31

107926

A

Ethylacetic acid

[1000]

75047

A

Ethylamine

[1000]

100414

A

Ethylbenzene

20.00

538078

B

Ethylbis (2-Chloroethyl) Amine

[25]

106934

AC

Ethylene dibromide

0.01

107062

AC

Ethylene dichloride

0.02

371620

B

Ethylene Fluorohydrin

[25]

110805

AC

Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether

DL/.16

75218

ABC

Ethylene oxide

11.73

79016

AC

Ethylene trichloride

0.13

111546

AC

Ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid, salts and esters

[1000]

107153

AB

Ethylenediamine

[1000]

60004

A

Ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid

[1000]

151564

ABC

Ethyleneimine

DL(P)

96457

AC

Ethylenethiourea

19.94

79094

A

Ethylformic acid

[1000]

75343

AC

Ethylidene dichloride

0.03

542905

B

Ethylthiocynate

[25]

52857

AC

Famophos

DL(P)

52857

AC

Famphur

DL(P)

22224926

B

Fenamiphos

[25]

122145

B

Fenitrothion

[25]

115902

B

Fensulfothion

10.00

1185575

A

Ferric ammonium citrate

[1000]

55488874

A

Ferric ammonium oxalate

[1000]

2944674

A

Ferric ammonium oxalate

[1000]

7705080

A

Ferric chloride

[1000]

7783508

A

Ferric fluoride

[1000]

10421484

A

Ferric nitrate

[1000]

10028225

A

Ferric persulfate

[1000]

10028225

A

Ferric sesquisulfate

[1000]

10028225

A

Ferric sulfate

[1000]

10045893

A

Ferrous ammonium sulfate

[1000]

7758943

A

Ferrous chloride

[1000]

7720787

A

Ferrous sulfate

[1000]

7782630

A

Ferrous sulfate heptahydrate

[1000]

4301502

B

Fluenetil

[25]

206440

AC

Fluoranthene

500.00

86737

A

Fluorene

360.00

7782414

ABC

Fluorine

600/BG

144490

B

Fluoroacetic Acid

[25]

62748

B

Fluoroacetyl acid, sodium salt

DL(P)

359068

B

Fluoroacetyl chloride

[25]

75694

AC

Fluorotrichloromethane

0.70

51218

B

Fluorouracil

[25]

944229

B

Fonofos

[25]

30525894

A

Formagene

[1000]

50000

ABC

Formaldehyde

DL/.010

107164

B

Formaldehyde Cyanohydrin

§

50000

ABC

Formalin

DL/.010

23422539

B

Formetanate Hydrochloride

[25]

64186

AC

Formic acid

[1000]

2540821

B

Formothion

[25]

17702577

B

Formparanate

[25]

21548323

B

Fosthietan

[25]

76131

A

Freon 113

6.92

3878191

B

Fuberidazole

[25]

628864

AC

Fulminic acid, mercury(2+) salt

DL

110178

A

Fumaric acid

[1000]

8014957

A

Fuming sulfuric acid

(v)

1563662

AB

Furadan

0.80

110009

AB

Furan

512.74

109999

A

Furan, tetrahydro-

DL/.014

98011

A

Furfural

DL/.012

110009

AB

Furfuran

512.74

13450903

B

Gallium Trichloride

[25]

58899

ABC

gamma-Benzenehexachloride

0.66

58899

ABC

gamma-BHC

0.66

64197

A

Glacial acetic acid

[1000]

765344

AC

Glycidylaldehyde

DL/.07

7720787

A

Green vitriol

[1000]

70257

AC

Guanidine, N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitroso

[100]

99205

A

Haloethers

[25]

99015

A

Halomethanes, N.O.S.

[25]

99017

A

Hazardous Waste No. D001 (Ignitable)

(u)

99094

A

Hazardous Waste No. D002 (Corrosive)

(v)

99018

A

Hazardous Waste No. D003 (Reactive)

(w)

99069

A

Hazardous Waste No. D004 (Arsenic)

(x)

99068

A

Hazardous Waste No. D005 (Barium)

(x)

-99066

A

Hazardous Waste No. D006 (Cadmium)

(x)

-99140

A

Hazardous Waste No. D007 (Chromium)

(x)

-99139

A

Hazardous Waste No. D008 (Lead)

(x)

-99138

A

Hazardous Waste No. D009 (Mercury)

(x)

-99137

A

Hazardous Waste No. D010 (Selenium)

(x)

-99136

A

Hazardous Waste No. D011 (Silver)

(x)

-99113

A

Hazardous Waste No. D012 (Endrin)

(x)

-99108

A

Hazardous Waste No. D013 (Lindane)

(x)

-99107

A

Hazardous Waste No. D014 (Methoxychlor)

(x)

-99100

A

Hazardous Waste No. D015 (Toxaphene)

(x)

-99118

A

Hazardous Waste No. D016 (2,4-D)

(x)

-99096

A

Hazardous Waste No. D017 (2,4,5-TP)

(x)

-99300

A

Hazardous Waste No. D018 (Benzene)

(x)

-99016

A

Hazardous Waste No. D019 (Carbon tetrachloride)

(x)

-99019

A

Hazardous Waste No. D020 (Chlordane)

(x)

-99021

A

Hazardous Waste No. D021 (Chlorobenzene)

(x)

-99020

A

Hazardous Waste No. D022 (Chloroform)

(x)

-99122

A

Hazardous Waste No. D023 (o-Cresol)

(x)

-99121

A

Hazardous Waste No. D024 (m-Cresol)

(x)

-99120

A

Hazardous Waste No. D025 (p-Cresol)

(x)

-99119

A

Hazardous Waste No. D026 (Cresols)

(x)

-99117

A

Hazardous Waste No. D027 (1,4-Dichlorobenzene)

(x)

-99116

A

Hazardous Waste No. D028 (1,2-Dichloroethane)

(x)

-99115

A

Hazardous Waste No. D029 (1,1-Dichloroethylene)

(x)

-99114

A

Hazardous Waste No. D030 (2,4-Dinitrotoluene)

(x)

-99112

A

Hazardous Waste No. D031 (Heptachlor and its epoxide)

(x)

-99111

A

Hazardous Waste No. D032 (Hexachlorobenzene)

(x)

-99110

A

Hazardous Waste No. D033 (Hexachlorobutadiene)

(x)

-99109

A

Hazardous Waste No. D034 (Hexachloroethane)

(x)

-99106

A

Hazardous Waste No. D035 (Methyl ethyl ketone)

(x)

-99105

A

Hazardous Waste No. D036 (Nitrobenzene)

(x)

-99104

A

Hazardous Waste No. D037 (Pentachlorophenol)

(x)

-99103

A

Hazardous Waste No. D038 (Pyridine)

(x)

-99101

A

Hazardous Waste No. D039 (Tetrachloroethylene)

(x)

-99099

A

Hazardous Waste No. D040 (Trichloroethylene)

(x)

-99098

A

Hazardous Waste No. D041 (2,4,5-Trichlorophenol)

(x)

-99097

A

Hazardous Waste No. D042 (2,4,6-Trichlorophenol)

(x)

-99095

A

Hazardous Waste No. D043 (Vinyl chloride)

(x)

-99124

A

Hazardous Waste No. F001

(z)

-99082

A

Hazardous Waste No. F002

(z)

-99123

A

Hazardous Waste No. F003

(z)

-99081

A

Hazardous Waste No. F004

(z)

-99080

A

Hazardous Waste No. F005

(z)

-99079

A

Hazardous Waste No. F006

(z)

-99078

A

Hazardous Waste No. F007

(z)

-99077

A

Hazardous Waste No. F008

(z)

-99076

A

Hazardous Waste No. F009

(z)

-99075

A

Hazardous Waste No. F010

(z)

-99074

A

Hazardous Waste No. F011

(z)

-99073

A

Hazardous Waste No. F012

(z)

-99072

A

Hazardous Waste No. F019

(z)

-99185

A

Hazardous Waste No. F020

(z)

-99184

A

Hazardous Waste No. F021

(z)

-99183

A

Hazardous Waste No. F022

(z)

-99182

A

Hazardous Waste No. F023

(z)

-99181

A

Hazardous Waste No. F024

(z)

-98180

A

Hazardous Waste No. F025

(z)

-99179

A

Hazardous Waste No. F026

(z)

-99178

A

Hazardous Waste No. F027

(z)

-99177

A

Hazardous Waste No. F028

(z)

-99176

A

Hazardous Waste No. F032

(z)

-99175

A

Hazardous Waste No. F034

(z)

-99174

A

Hazardous Waste No. F035

(z)

-99173

A

Hazardous Waste No. F037

(z)

-99172

A

Hazardous Waste No. F038

(z)

-99171

A

Hazardous Waste No. K001

(z)

-99170

A

Hazardous Waste No. K002

(z)

-99169

A

Hazardous Waste No. K003

(z)

-99168

A

Hazardous Waste No. K004

(z)

-99167

A

Hazardous Waste No. K005

(z)

-99166

A

Hazardous Waste No. K006

(z)

-99165

A

Hazardous Waste No. K007

(z)

-99164

A

Hazardous Waste No. K008

(z)

-99163

A

Hazardous Waste No. K009

(z)

-99162

A

Hazardous Waste No. K010

(z)

-99161

A

Hazardous Waste No. K011

(z)

-99160

A

Hazardous Waste No. K013

(z)

-99159

A

Hazardous Waste No. K014

(z)

-99158

A

Hazardous Waste No. K015

(z)

-99157

A

Hazardous Waste No. K016

(z)

-99156

A

Hazardous Waste No. K017

(z)

-99155

A

Hazardous Waste No. K018

(z)

-99154

A

Hazardous Waste No. K019

(z)

-99153

A

Hazardous Waste No. K020

(z)

-99152

A

Hazardous Waste No. K021

(z)

-99151

A

Hazardous Waste No. K022

(z)

-99150

A

Hazardous Waste No. K023

(z)

-99149

A

Hazardous Waste No. K024

(z)

-99148

A

Hazardous Waste No. K025

(z)

-99147

A

Hazardous Waste No. K026

(z)

-99146

A

Hazardous Waste No. K027

(z)

-99145

A

Hazardous Waste No. K028

(z)

-99144

A

Hazardous Waste No. K029

(z)

-99143

A

Hazardous Waste No. K030

(z)

-99135

A

Hazardous Waste No. K031

(z)

-99134

A

Hazardous Waste No. K032

(z)

-99133

A

Hazardous Waste No. K033

(z)

-99132

A

Hazardous Waste No. K034

(z)

-99131

A

Hazardous Waste No. K035

(z)

-99130

A

Hazardous Waste No. K036

(z)

-99129

A

Hazardous Waste No. K037

(z)

-99128

A

Hazardous Waste No. K038

(z)

-99127

A

Hazardous Waste No. K039

(z)

-99126

A

Hazardous Waste No. K040

(z)

-99125

A

Hazardous Waste No. K041

(z)

-99071

A

Hazardous Waste No. K042

(z)

-99070

A

Hazardous Waste No. K043

(z)

-99102

A

Hazardous Waste No. K044

(z)

-99142

A

Hazardous Waste No. K045

(z)

-99067

A

Hazardous Waste No. K046

(z)

-99141

A

Hazardous Waste No. K047

(z)

-99086

A

Hazardous Waste No. K048

(z)

-99087

A

Hazardous Waste No. K049

(z)

-99090

A

Hazardous Waste No. K050

(z)

-99092

A

Hazardous Waste No. K051

(z)

-99065

A

Hazardous Waste No. K052

(z)

-99083

A

Hazardous Waste No. K060

(z)

-99064

A

Hazardous Waste No. K061

(z)

-99084

A

Hazardous Waste No. K062

(z)

-99063

A

Hazardous Waste No. K064

(z)

-99062

A

Hazardous Waste No. K065

(z)

-99061

A

Hazardous Waste No. K066

(z)

-99060

A

Hazardous Waste No. K069

(z)

-99059

A

Hazardous Waste No. K071

(z)

-99058

A

Hazardous Waste No. K073

(z)

-99057

A

Hazardous Waste No.K083

(z)

-99091

A

Hazardous Waste No. K084

(z)

-99056

A

Hazardous Waste No. K085

(z)

-99093

A

Hazardous Waste No. K086

(z)

-99089

A

Hazardous Waste No. K087

(z)

-99055

A

Hazardous Waste No. K088

(z)

-99054

A

Hazardous Waste No. K090

(z)

-99088

A

Hazardous Waste No. K091

(z)

-99053

A

Hazardous Waste No. K093

(z)

-99052

A

Hazardous Waste No. K094

(z)

-99051

A

Hazardous Waste No. K095

(z)

-99050

A

Hazardous Waste No. K096

(z)

-99049

A

Hazardous Waste No. K097

(z)

-99048

A

Hazardous Waste No. K098

(z)

-99047

A

Hazardous Waste No. K099

(z)

-99046

A

Hazardous Waste No. K100

(z)

-99045

A

Hazardous Waste No. K101

(z)

-99044

A

Hazardous Waste No. K102

(z)

-99043

A

Hazardous Waste No. K103

(z)

-99042

A

Hazardous Waste No. K104

(z)

-99041

A

Hazardous Waste No. K105

(z)

-99085

A

Hazardous Waste No. K106

(z)

-99040

A

Hazardous Waste No. K107

(z)

-99039

A

Hazardous Waste No. K108

(z)

-99038

A

Hazardous Waste No. K109

(z)

-99037

A

Hazardous Waste No. K110

(z)

-99036

A

Hazardous Waste No. K111

(z)

-99035

A

Hazardous Waste No. K112

(z)

-99034

A

Hazardous Waste No. K113

(z)

-99033

A

Hazardous Waste No. K114

(z)

-99032

A

Hazardous Waste No. K115

(z)

-99031

A

Hazardous Waste No. K116

(z)

-99030

A

Hazardous Waste No. K117

(z)

-99029

A

Hazardous Waste No. K118

(z)

-99028

A

Hazardous Waste No. K123

(z)

-99027

A

Hazardous Waste No. K124

(z)

-99026

A

Hazardous Waste No. K125

(z)

-99025

A

Hazardous Waste No. K126

(z)

-99024

A

Hazardous Waste No. K131

(z)

-99023

A

Hazardous Waste No. K132

(z)

-99022

A

Hazardous Waste No. K136

(z)

118741

AC

HCB

2.14

77474

ABC

HCP

15.20

76448

AC

Heptachlor

0.66

1024573

AC

Heptachlor epoxide

1.65

-99186

C

Heptachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins

(t(.01))

-99187

C

Heptachlorodibenzofurans

(t(.01))

118741

AC

Hexachlorobenzene

2.14

87683

AC

Hexachlorobutadiene

17.50

608731

A

Hexachlorocyclohexane

0.66

319846

A

Hexachlorocyclohexane (alpha)

0.66

319857

A

Hexachlorocyclohexane (beta)

0.66

319868

A

Hexachlorocyclohexane (delta)

[25]

58899

ABC

Hexachlorocyclohexane (gamma)

0.66

77474

ABC

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene

15.20

19408743

C

Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins

1.90E-03

-99188

C

Hexachlorodibenzofurans

(t(0.1))

67721

AC

Hexachloroethane

9.99

465736

ABC

Hexachlorohexahydro-endo, endo-dimethanonaphthalene

DL(P)

70304

AC

Hexachlorophene

25.00

1888717

AC

Hexachloropropene

[1000]

757584

AC

Hexaethyltetraphosphate

DL (P)

10124568

A

Hexametaphosphate, sodium salt

[1000]

110827

A

Hexamethylene

20.00

4835114

B

Hexamethylenediamine, N,N'-Dibutyl-

[25]

124049

A

Hexanedioc acid

DL/.006

302012

ABC

Hydrazine

DL/4E-5

57147

ABC

Hydrazine, 1,1-dimethyl

4.60

1615801

AC

Hydrazine, 1,2-diethyl-

[100]

540738

AC

Hydrazine, 1,2-dimethyl

0.32

122667

AC

Hydrazine, 1,2-diphenyl

7.20

79196

ABC

Hydrazinecarbothioamide

DL(P)

122667

AC

Hydrazobenzene

7.20

7647010

AB

Hydrochloric acid

(v)

74908

ABC

Hydrocyanic acid

(r)

7664393

ABC

Hydrofluoric acid

(v)

7647010

AB

Hydrogen chloride (gas only)

(v)

74908

ABC

Hydrogen cyanide

(r)

7664393

ABC

Hydrogen fluoride

(v)

7722841

B

Hydrogen Peroxide (Conc 52%)

[25]

7803512

ABC

Hydrogen phosphide

DL(P)

7783075

B

Hydrogen Salenide

(L)

7783064

ABC

Hydrogen sulfide

[1000]

80159

A

Hydroperoxide, 1-methyl-1-phenylethyl-

[100]

123319

B

Hydroquinone

[25]

7783064

ABC

Hydrosulfuric acid

[1000]

108952

ABC

Hydroxybenzene

50.00

75605

AC

Hydroxydimethylarsine oxide

(a)

1300716

A

Hydroxydimethylbenzene

307.64

7778543

A

Hypochlorous acid, calcium salt

[100]

7681529

A

Hypochlorous acid, sodium salt

[1000]

10022705

A

Hypochlorous acid, sodium salt, pentahydrate

[1000]

193395

AC

Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene

5.00

74884

AC

Iodomethane

[1000]

7758943

A

Iron chloride

[1000]

7758943

A

Iron dichloride

[1000]

10421484

A

Iron nitrate

[1000]

13463406

B

Iron pentacarbonyl

[25]

7705080

A

Iron trichloride

[1000]

110190

A

iso-Butyl acetate

[1000]

78819

A

iso-Butylamine

[1000]

79312

A

iso-Butyric acid

[1000]

123922

A

Isoamyl acetate

[1000]

297789

B

Isobenzan

[25]

78831

AC

Isobutyl alcohol

DL/.07

78820

B

Isobutyronitrile

[25]

624839

ABC

Isocyanic acid, methyl ester

DL(P)

102363

B

Isocyanic acid, 3,4-Dichlorophenyl Ester

[25]

465736

ABC

Isodrin

DL(P)

55914

ABC

Isofluorphate

DL(P)

78591

A

Isophorone

DL/.19

4098719

B

Isophorone Diisocyanate

[25]

78795

A

Isoprene

[1000]

42504461

A

Isopropanolamine dodecylbenzene sulfonate

[1000]

108236

B

Isopropyl Chloroformate

[25]

98828

A

Isopropylbenzene

21.88

119380

B

Isopropylmethylpyrazolyl dimethylcarbamate

[25]

120581

AC

Isosafrole

[1000]

115322

A

Kelthane

1/BG

143500

AC

Kepone

10.00

148823

AC

L-Phenylalanine, 4-[bis(2-chloroethyl)amino]-

10.00

115026

AC

L-Serine, diazoacetate (ester)

[25]

3164292

A

L-Tartaric acid ammonium salt

[1000]

78977

B

Lactonitrile

§

303344

A

Lasiocarpine

[100]

303341

C

Lasiocarpine

[100]

7439921

AC

Lead

400.00

301042

AC

Lead acetate

(i)

7784409

A

Lead acid arsenate

(a)

7645252

A

Lead arsenate

(a)

7758954

A

Lead chloride

(i)

-99189

AC

Lead compounds, N.O.S.

(i)

7783462

A

Lead difluoride

(i)

13814965

A

Lead fluoborate

(i)

7783462

A

Lead fluoride

(i)

10101630

A

Lead iodide

(i)

10099748

A

Lead nitrate

(i)

7446277

AC

Lead phosphate

(i)

1072351

A

Lead stearate

(i)

7428480

A

Lead stearate

(i)

52652592

A

Lead stearate

(i)

56189094

A

Lead stearate

(i)

1335326

AC

Lead subacetate

(i)

7446142

A

Lead sulfate

(i)

15739807

A

Lead sulfate

(i)

1314870

A

Lead sulfide

(i)

592870

A

Lead sulfocyanate

(i)

78002

ABC

Lead tetraethyl

DL/(P)

592870

A

Lead thiocyanate

(i)

1335326

AC

Lead, bis(acetato-O) tetrahydroxytri-

(i)

56189094

A

Lead, bis(octadecanoato dioxodi-

(i)

21609905

B

Leptophos

[25]

541253

B

Lewisite

[25]

58899

ABC

Lindane

0.66

14307358

A

Lithium chromate

(f)

7580678

B

Lithium Hydride

[25]

108394

A

m-Cresol

3.80

541731

AC

m-Dichlorobenzene

2.22

99650

A

m-Dinitrobenzene

1.05

554847

A

m-Nitrophenol

[1000]

99081

A

m-Nitrotoluene

[1000]

108383

A

m-Xylene

20.00

121755

A

Malathion

1/BG

110167

A

Maleic acid

[1000]

108316

AC

Maleic anhydride

[1000]

123331

AC

Maleic hydrazide

DL/5E-4

109773

ABC

Malononitrile

10.25

12108133

B

Manganese, tricarbonyl methylcyclopentadienyl

[25]

51752

B

Mechlorethamine

[25]

78933

AC

MEK

0.79

148823

AC

Melphalan

10.00

72208

ABC

Mendrin

10.00

950107

B

Mephosfolan

[25]

108985

ABC

Mercaptobenzene

DL(P)

96457

AC

Mercaptoimidazoline

19.94

74931

ABC

Mercaptomethane

[1000]

1600277

B

Mercuric Acetate

DL

7487947

B

Mercuric Chloride

(j)

10045940

A

Mercuric nitrate

(j)

21908532

B

Mercuric Oxide

(j)

7783359

A

Mercuric sulfate

(j)

592858

A

Mercuric sulfocyanide

[100]

592858

A

Mercuric thiocyanate

[100]

10415755

A

Mercurous nitrate

(j)

7782867

A

Mercurous nitrate, monohydrate

(j)

10415755

A

Mercurous protonitrate

(j)

7439976

AC

Mercury

17.00

-99190

AC

Mercury compounds, N.O.S.

(j)

592041

A

Mercury cyanide

(j)

628864

AC

Mercury fulminate

DL

62384

ABC

Mercury, (acetato-O) phenyl-

DL/.024

108463

AC

meta-Dihydroxybenzene

DL/.030

10124568

A

Metaphosphoric acid, hexasodium salt

[1000]

7785844

A

Metaphosphoric acid, trisodium salt

[1000]

10476956

B

Methacrolein Diacetate

[25]

760930

B

Methacrylic Anhydride

[25]

126987

ABC

Methacrylonitrile

DL/.016

920467

B

Methacryloyl Chloride

[25]

30674807

B

Methacryloyloxyethyl Isocyanate

[25]

10265926

B

Methamidophos

25.64

74895

A

Methanamine

[1000]

124403

A

Methanamine, N-methyl-

[1000]

107302

ABC

Methane, chloromethoxy-

DL/.012

109773

ABC

Methane, dicyano-

10.25

624839

ABC

Methane, isocyanato-

DL(P)

542881

ABC

Methane, oxybis[chloro-

DL(P)

509148

ABC

Methane, tetranitro-

DL(P)

594423

AB

Methanesulfenyl chloride, trichloro-

[1000]

62500

AC

Methanesulfonic acid, ethyl ester

[25]

558258

B

Methanesulfonyl Fluoride

[25]

74931

ABC

Methanethiol

[1000]

64186

AC

Methanoic acid

[1000]

67561

A

Methanol

1.37

91805

AC

Methapyrilene

[1000]

950378

B

Methidathion

[25]

2032657

AB

Methiocarb

10.00

16752775

ABC

Methomyl

10.00

72435

AC

Methoxychlor

10.00

151382

B

Methoxyethylmercuric Acetate

DL

80637

B

Methyl 2-Chloroacrylate

[25]

67561

A

Methyl alcohol

1.37

74839

ABC

Methyl bromide

0.80

74873

AC

Methyl chloride

0.04

79221

ABC

Methyl chlorocarbonate

[1000]

71556

AC

Methyl chloroform

5.44

79221

ABC

Methyl chloroformate

[1000]

75058

AC

Methyl cyanide

DL/.04

78933

AC

Methyl ethyl ketone

0.79

1338234

AC

Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide

[100]

74884

AC

Methyl iodide

[1000]

624839

ABC

Methyl isocyanate

DL(P)

556616

B

Methyl Isothiocyanate

[25]

74931

ABC

Methyl mercaptan

[1000]

80626

AC

Methyl methacrylate

DL/.17

66273

C

Methyl methanesulfonate

[25]

298000

ABC

Methyl parathion

DL(P)

3735237

B

Methyl Phenkapton

[25]

676971

B

Methyl Phosphonic Dichloride

[25]

77781

ABC

Methyl sulfate

DL/.12

556649

B

Methyl Thiocyanate

[25]

78944

B

Methyl Vinyl Ketone

[25]

79094

A

Methylacetic acid

[1000]

123626

A

Methylacetic anhydride

[1000]

74895

A

Methylamine

[1000]

108883

AC

Methylbenzene

14.40

74953

AC

Methylene bromide

[1000]

75092

AC

Methylene chloride

0.08

50000

ABC

Methylene oxide

DL/.010

60344

ABC

Methylhydrazine

DL(P)

108101

A

Methylisobutylketone

3.30

502396

B

Methylmercuric Dicyanamide

(j)

25376458

AC

Methylphenylene diamine

[100]

56042

AC

Methylthiouracil

[100]

75796

B

Methyltrichlorosilane

[25]

1129415

B

Metolcarb

[25]

7786347

AB

Mevinphos

10.00

108101

A

MIBK

3.30

50077

ABC

Mitomycin C

[100]

70257

AC

MNNG

[100]

101144

AC

MOCA

25.00

107302

ABC

Monochlorodimethyl ether

DL/.012

6923224

B

Monocrotophos

[25]

75047

A

Monoethylamine

[1000]

74895

A

Monomethylamine

[1000]

60344

ABC

Monomethylhydrazine

DL(P)

7647010

AB

Muriatic acid

(v)

2763964

ABC

Muscimol

DL(P)

505602

BC

Mustard gas

[25]

1615801

AC

N,N'-Diethylhydrazine

[100]

494031

AC

N,N-Bis(2-chloroethyl)-naphthylamine

[1000]

107926

A

n-Butanoic acid

[1000]

123864

A

n-Butyl acetate

[1000]

71363

A

n-Butyl alcohol

DL/.54

109739

A

n-Butylamine

[1000]

759739

AC

N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea

DL

684935

AC

N-Nitroso-N-methylurea

[25]

615532

AC

N-Nitroso-N-methylurethane

[25]

924163

AC

N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine

DL/.40

621647

AC

N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine

1.71

1116547

AC

N-Nitrosodiethanolamine

4.27

55185

AC

N-Nitosodiethylamine

DL/.014

62759

ABC

N-Nitrosodimethylamine

0.66

86306

A

N-Nitrosodiphenylamine

6.46

10595956

C

N-Nitrosomethylethylamine

DL

4549400

AC

N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine

DL(P)

59892

C

N-Nitrosomorpholine

[25]

16543558

C

N-Nitrosonornicotine

[25]

100754

AC

N-Nitrosopiperidine

[100]

930552

AC

N-Nitrosopyrrolidine

DL/.14

13256229

C

N-Nitrososarcosine

[25]

122394

C

N-Phenylbenzeneamin

[25]

103855

ABC

N-Phenylthiourea

DL(P)

107108

AC

n-Propylamine

[1000]

300765

A

Naled

[100]

91203

AC

Naphthalene

100.00

91587

AC

Naphthalene, 2-chloro-

25.00

1338245

A

Naphthenic acid

[1000]

12125018

A

Neutral ammonium fluoride

[1000]

72571

AC

Niagara blue

[100]

7440020

AC

Nickel

420.00

7718549

A

Nickel (II) chloride

(k)

557197

AC

Nickel (II) cyanide

(r)

15699180

A

Nickel ammonium sulfate

(k)

13463393

ABC

Nickel carbonyl

(k)

37211055

A

Nickel chloride

(k)

-99191

AC

Nickel compounds, N.O.S.

(k)

12054487

A

Nickel hydroxide

(k)

14216752

A

Nickel nitrate

(k)

7786814

A

Nickel sulfate

(k)

13463393

ABC

Nickel tetracarbonyl

(k)

7718549

A

Nickelous chloride

(k)

54115

ABC

Nicotine

DL(P)

-99192

C

Nicotine salts

[25]

65305

B

Nicotine Sulfate

[25]

7697372

AB

Nitric acid

(v)

7787555

A

Nitric acid, beryllium salt, trihydrate

(d)

7782867

A

Nitric acid, mercury(1+) salt, monohydrate

(j)

7761888

A

Nitric acid, silver (1+) salt

(m)

10102451

AC

Nitric acid, thallium (1+) salt

(n)

10102439

AC

Nitric oxide

DL(P)

98953

ABC

Nitrobenzene

0.70

1122607

B

Nitrocyclohexane

[25]

10102440

ABC

Nitrogen dioxide (NO2)

DL(P)

10544726

A

Nitrogen dioxide, di-

[100]

51752

C

Nitrogen mustard

[25]

126852

C

Nitrogen mustard N-oxide

[25]

-99194

C

Nitrogen mustard, hydrochloride salt

[25]

-99193

C

Nitrogen mustard, N-oxide, hydrochloride salt

[25]

10544726

A

Nitrogen oxide

[100]

10102439

ABC

Nitrogen oxide (NO)

DL(P)

10102440

ABC

Nitrogen oxide (N02)

DL(P)

10102440

ABC

Nitrogen peroxide

DL(P)

10102439

ABC

Nitrogen(II) oxide

DL(P)

55630

AC

Nitroglycerin

DL(P)

25154556

A

Nitrophenols

[1000]

-99326

AC

Nitrosamines, N.O.S.

[25]

1321126

A

Nitrotoluene

[1000]

991424

B

Norbormide

[25]

126681

C

O,O,O-Triethyl phosphorothioate

[25]

297972

ABC

O,O-Diethyl-O-(2-pyrazinyl)phosphorothioate

DL(P)

95487

AB

o-Cresol

3.80

95487

AB

o-Cresylic acid

3.80

95501

AC

o-Dichlorobenzene

25.00

528290

A

o-Dinitrobenzene

205.10

88755

A

o-Nitrophenol

[1000]

88722

A

o-Nitrotoluene

[1000]

119937

AC

o-Tolidine

1.30

95534

AC

o-Toluidine

49.85

636215

AC

o-Toluidine hydrochloride

[1000]

95476

A

o-Xylene

20.00

152169

ABC

Octamethylpyrophosphoramide

DL(P)

2312358

A

Omite

[100]

7778394

AC

Orthoarsenic acid

(a)

7664382

A

Orthophosphoric acid

(v)

20816120

AC

Osmic acid anhydride

DL(P)

20816120

AC

Osmium oxide (OsO4), (T-4)-

DL(P)

20816120

AC

Osmium tetroxide

DL(P)

630604

B

Ouabain

[25]

110009

AB

Oxacyclopentadiene

512.74

2944674

A

Oxalic acid, ammonium iron (3+) salt (3:3:1)

[1000]

14258492

A

Oxalic acid, ammonium salt

[1000]

23135220

B

Oxamyl

10.00

78717

B

Oxetane, 3,3-Bis(Chloromethyl)-

[25]

75218

ABC

Oxirane

11.73

106898

ABC

Oxirane, (chloromethyl)

DL/.003

765344

AC

Oxiranecarboxyaldehyde

DL/.07

2497076

B

Oxydisulfoton

[25]

10028156

B

Ozone

§

106514

AC

p-Benzoquinone

[100]

59507

AC

p-Chloro-m-cresol

13.20

106478

AC

p-Chloroaniline

DL(P)

106445

A

p-Cresol

3.80

106467

AC

p-Dichlorobenzene

6.84

60117

AC

p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene

[100]

100254

A

p-Dinitrobenzene

205.10

123911

AC

p-Dioxane

DL/.13

100016

AC

p-Nitroaniline

DL(P)

100027

AC

p-Nitrophenol

3.30

99990

A

p-Nitrotoluene

1.12

106503

A

p-Phenylenediamine

[25]

106490

AC

p-Toluidine

62.97

106423

A

p-Xylene

20.00

30525894

A

Paraform

[1000]

30525894

A

Paraformaldehyde

[1000]

123637

AC

Paraldehyde

[1000]

311455

AC

Paraoxon

DL(P)

1910425

B

Paraquat

10.00

2074502

B

Paraquat Methosulfate

10.00

56382

ABC

Parathion

DL(P)

56382

ABC

Parathion-ethyl

DL(P)

298000

ABC

Parathion-methyl

DL(P)

12002038

AB

Paris green

(a)

12674112

A

PCB-1016

(s)

11104282

A

PCB-1221

(s)

11141165

A

PCB-1232

(s)

53469219

A

PCB-1242

(s)

12672296

A

PCB-1248

(s)

11097691

A

PCB-1254

(s)

11096825

A

PCB-1260

(s)

1336363

A

PCBs

1.55

82688

AC

PCNB

1/BG

87865

AC

PCP

3.30

19624227

B

Pentaborane

[25]

608935

AC

Pentachlorobenzene

25.00

-99195

C

Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins

(t(0.5))

-99196

C

Pentachlorodibenzofurans

(t(0.5))

76017

AC

Pentachloroethane

5.37

82688

AC

Pentachloronitrobenzene

1/BG

87865

AC

Pentachlorophenol

3.30

2570265

B

Pentadecylamine

[25]

7758294

A

Pentasodium triphosphate

[1000]

79210

B

Peracetic Acid

[25]

77474

ABC

Perchlorocyclopentadiene

15.20

127184

AC

Perchloroethylene

0.18

56235

AC

Perchloromethane

0.17

594423

AB

Perchloromethylmercaptan

[1000]

62442

AC

Phenacetin

[1000]

85018

A

Phenanthrene

110.00

108952

ABC

Phenol

50.00

70304

AC

Phenol, 2,2'-methylenebis[3,4,6-trichloro-

25.00

15950660

A

Phenol, 2,3,4-trichloro-

[100]

933788

A

Phenol, 2,3,5-trichloro-

25.00

933755

A

Phenol, 2,3,6-trichloro-

10.05

95954

AC

Phenol, 2,4,5-trichloro-

4.56

88062

AC

Phenol, 2,4,6-trichloro-

0.66

131748

A

Phenol, 2,4,6-Trinitro-, ammonium salt

DL(P)

120832

AC

Phenol, 2,4-dichloro-

0.96

105679

AC

Phenol, 2,4-dimethyl-

1.51

51285

AC

Phenol, 2,4-dinitro

3.30

87650

AC

Phenol, 2,6-dichloro-

[1000]

88857

ABC

Phenol, 2-(1-methylpropyl)-4,6-dinitro-

0.66

131895

AC

Phenol, 2-cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitro-

DL(P)

534521

ABC

Phenol, 2-methyl-4,6-dinitro-

DL(P)

88755

A

Phenol, 2-nitro-

[1000]

609198

A

Phenol, 3,4,5-trichloro-

19.60

64006

B

Phenol, 3-(1-Methylethyl)-, methylcarbamate

[25]

108394

A

Phenol, 3-methyl-

3.80

315184

AB

Phenol, 4-(di-methylamino)-3,5-dimethyl, methylcarbamate (ester)

10.00

106445

A

Phenol, 4-methyl-

3.80

100027

AC

Phenol, 4-nitro-

3.30

1319773

AC

Phenol, methyl-

3.80

87865

AC

Phenol, pentachloro-

3.30

25167822

A

Phenol, trichloro- (N.O.S)

[100]

4418660

B

Phenol, 2,2'-Thiobis(4-Chloro-6-Methyl)-

[25]

58366

B

Phenoxarsine, 10,10'-Oxydi-

(a)

122098

AC

Phentermine

DL(P)

100470

A

Phenyl cyanide

DL/.17

108985

ABC

Phenyl mercaptan

DL(P)

62533

ABC

Phenylamine

DL/.038

696286

ABC

Phenyldichloroarsine

(a)

25265763

C

Phenylenediamine

[25]

100414

A

Phenylethane

20.00

100425

A

Phenylethylene

14.00

59881

B

Phenylhydrazine Hydrochloride

[25]

62384

ABC

Phenylmercuric acetate

DL/.024

2097190

B

Phenylsilatrane

[25]

103855

ABC

Phenylthiocarbamide

DL(P)

298022

ABC

Phorate

DL(P)

62442

AC

Phorazetim

[1000]

4104147

B

Phosacetim

[25]

947024

B

Phosfolan

[25]

75445

ABC

Phosgene

DL(P)

732116

B

Phosmet

[25]

13171216

B

Phosphamidon

[25]

7803512

ABC

Phosphine

DL(P)

50782699

B

Phosphonothioic acid, methyl-, S-(2-(bis(1-methylethyl)amino) O-ethyl ester

[25]

2665307

B

Phosphonothioic acid, methyl-,O-(4-nitrophenyl) O-phenyl ester

[25]

2703131

B

Phosphonothioic acid, methyl-,O-ethyl O-(4-(methylthio)phenyl) ester

[25]

7664382

A

Phosphoric acid

(v)

300765

A

Phosphoric acid, 1,2-dibromo-2,2-dichloroethyl dimethyl ester

[100]

62737

AB

Phosphoric acid, 2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl ester

1/BG

311455

AC

Phosphoric acid, diethyl-4-nitrophenyl ester

DL(P)

3254635

B

Phosphoric acid, dimethyl 4-(methylthio phenyl) ester

[25]

7558794

A

Phosphoric acid, disodium salt

[1000]

10039324

A

Phosphoric acid, disodium salt, dodecahydrate

[1000]

10140655

A

Phosphoric acid, disodium salt, hydrate

[1000]

7446277

AC

Phosphoric acid, lead (2+) salt

(i)

7601549

A

Phosphoric acid, trisodium salt

[1000]

10361894

A

Phosphoric acid, trisodium salt, decahydrate

[1000]

10101890

A

Phosphoric acid, trisodium salt, dodecahydrate

[1000]

2104645

B

Phosphorodithioc acid, phenyl-o-ethyl-o-(...

[25]

3288582

AC

Phosphorodithioic acid, O,O-diethyl S-methyl ester

[1000]

298022

ABC

Phosphorodithioic acid, O,O-diethyl S-[(ethylthio) methyl] ester

DL(P)

298044

ABC

Phosphorodithioic acid, O,O-diethyl S-[2-(ethylthio) ethyl ester

DL(P)

55914

ABC

Phosphorofluoridic acid, bis(1-methylethyl)ester

DL(P)

297972

ABC

Phosphorothioic acid, O,O-diethyl O-pyrazinyl ester

DL(P)

298000

ABC

Phosphorothioic acid, O,O-dimethyl O-(4-nitrophenyl) ester

DL(P)

2587908

ABC

Phosphorothioic acid, O,O-dimethyl-S(2-methylthio) ethyl ester

[25]

7719122

AB

Phosphorus chloride

[1000]

10025873

AB

Phosphorus oxychloride

[1000]

10026138

B

Phosphorus Pentachloride

[25]

1314803

A

Phosphorus pentasulfide

[1000]

1314563

B

Phosphorus Pentoxide

[25]

1314803

A

Phosphorus persulfide

[1000]

1314803

A

Phosphorus sulfide

[1000]

7719122

AB

Phosphorus trichloride

[1000]

7723140

AB

Phosphorus, elemental

10.25

10025873

AB

Phosphoryl chloride

[1000]

121755

A

Phosphothion

1/BG

-99197

AC

Phthalic acid esters, N.O.S.

[25]

85449

AC

Phthalic anhydride

[1000]

117806

A

Phygon

[25]

57476

B

Physostigmine

[25]

57647

B

Physostigmine, Salicylate (1:1)

[25]

124878

B

Picrotoxin

[25]

110894

B

Piperidine

[25]

100754

AC

Piperidine, 1-Nitroso-

[100]

23505411

B

Pirimifos-Ethyl

[25]

1336363

AC

Polychlorinated biphenyls, N.O.S.

(s)

130498292

A

Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons

5.00

30525894

A

Polyoxymethylene

[1000]

53467111

A

Poly[oxy(methyl-1,2-ethanediyl)] alpha-[2,4-dichloro-phenoxy)acetyl]-n-butoxy-

[25]

28300745

A

Potassium antimony d-tartrate

(b)

7784410

A

Potassium arsenate

(a)

10124502

AB

Potassium arsenite

(a)

7778509

A

Potassium bichromate

(f)

7789006

A

Potassium chromate

(f)

151508

ABC

Potassium cyanide

(r)

7778509

A

Potassium dichromate

(f)

1310583

A

Potassium hydrate

(v)

1310583

A

Potassium hydroxide

(v)

10124502

AB

Potassium metaarsenite

(a)

7722647

A

Potassium permanganate

[1000]

506616

ABC

Potassium silver cyanide

(r)

2631370

B

Promecarb

[25]

23950585

AC

Pronamide

[1000]

2312358

A

Prop-2-ynyl 2-(4-tert-butylphenoxyl sulfite

[100]

96184

C

Propane, 1,2,3-trichloro-

0.54

108601

AC

Propane, 2,2'-oxybis[1-chloro-

170.91

109773

ABC

Propanedinitrile

10.25

107120

ABC

Propanenitrile

DL(P)

75865

ABC

Propanenitrile, 2-hydroxy-2-methyl-

§

542767

ABC

Propanenitrile, 3-chloro-

DL(P)

79094

A

Propanoic acid

[1000]

123626

A

Propanoic anhydride

[1000]

2312358

A

Propargite

[100]

107197

AC

Propargyl alcohol

DL(P)

106967

B

Propargyl Bromide

[25]

75569

AB

Propene oxide

[1000]

542756

AC

Propene, 1,3-dichloro-

0.20

57578

B

Propiolactone, Beta-

[25]

79094

A

Propionic acid

[1000]

123626

A

Propionic anhydride

[1000]

107120

ABC

Propionitrile

DL(P)

70699

B

Propiophenone, 4-Amino-

[25]

109615

B

Propyl Chloroformate

[25]

4170303

ABC

Propylene aldehyde

[1000]

26638197

AC

Propylene dichloride

[1000]

78875

AC

Propylene dichloride

0.02

75569

AB

Propylene oxide

[1000]

51525

C

Propylthiouracil

[25]

2275185

B

Prothoate

[25]

74908

ABC

Prussic acid

(r)

129000

AB

Pyrene

500.00

121211

A

Pyrethrin I

10.00

121299

A

Pyrethrin II

10.00

8003347

A

Pyrethrins and Pyrethroids

10.00

8003347

A

Pyrethrum

10.00

121211

A

Pyrethrum I

10.00

110861

AC

Pyridine

DL/.038

109068

AC

Pyridine, 2-methyl-

[1000]

140761

B

Pyridine, 2-Methyl-5-Vinyl-

[25]

91805

AC

Pyridine, 2-[(2-(dimenthylamino)ethyl)-2-thienylamino]-

[1000]

504245

ABC

Pyridine, 4-amino-

DL(P)

1124330

B

Pyridine, 4-Nitro-, 1-Oxide

[25]

100754

AC

Pyridine, hexahydro-N-nitroso-

[100]

53558251

B

Pyriminil

[25]

98011

A

Pyromucic aldehyde

DL/.012

107493

ABC

Pyrophosphoric acid, tetraethyl ester

DL(P)

8014957

A

Pyrosulfuric acid

(v)

930552

AC

Pyrrole, tetrahydro-N-nitroso-

DL/.14

930552

AC

Pyrrolidine, 1-nitroso-

DL/.14

91225

A

Quinoline

DL/.51

106514

AC

Quinone

[100]

82688

AC

Quintozene

1/BG

-99198

A

Radionuclides

(y)

7723140

AB

Red phosphorus

10.25

50555

AC

Reserpine

[1000]

108463

AC

Resorcin

DL/.030

108463

AC

Resorcinol

DL/.030

2303164

AC

S-(2,3-Dichloroallyl) diisopropyl-thiocarbamate

196.13

81072

AC

Saccharin (and salts)

§

94597

AC

Safrole

[1000]

14167181

B

Salcomine

[25]

107448

B

Sarin

[25]

626380

A

sec-Amyl acetate

[1000]

94791

A

sec-Butyl 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate

[1000]

105464

A

sec-Butyl acetate

[1000]

13952846

A

sec-Butylamine

[1000]

513495

A

sec-Butylamine, (S)-

[1000]

7783008

ABC

Selenious acid (H2SeO3)

(L)

10102188

AB

Selenious acid (H2SeO3), disodium salt

(L)

12039520

AC

Selenious acid, dithallium(1+) salt

DL(P)

7782823

A

Selenious acid, monosodium salt

(L)

7782492

AC

Selenium

36.00

-99199

AC

Selenium compounds, N.O.S.

(L)

7446084

A

Selenium dioxide

(L)

7488564

AC

Selenium disulfide

(L)

7446084

A

Selenium oxide

(L)

7791233

B

Selenium Oxychloride

(L)

630104

AC

Selenourea

DL(P)

7783008

ABC

Selenous acid

(L)

563417

B

Semicarbazide Hydrochloride

[25]

63252

A

Sevin

1/BG

3037727

B

Silane, (4-Aminobutyl) Diethoxymethyl-

[25]

7440224

AC

Silver

10/BG

-99200

AC

Silver compounds, N.O.S.

(m)

506649

AC

Silver cyanide (AgCN))

(r)

7761888

A

Silver nitrate

(m)

93721

AC

Silvex

10.00

1310732

A

Soda lye

(v)

7440235

A

Sodium (elemental)

§

7631905

A

Sodium acid sulfite

[1000]

7631892

AB

Sodium arsenate

(a)

7784465

AB

Sodium arsenite

(a)

26628228

AB

Sodium azide (Na(N3))

DL(P)

10588019

A

Sodium bichromate

(f)

1333831

A

Sodium bifluoride

[1000]

7631905

A

Sodium bisulfite

[1000]

124652

B

Sodium cacodylate

(a)

7775113

A

Sodium chromate

(f)

143339

ABC

Sodium cyanide (NaCN)

(r)

10588019

A

Sodium dichromate

(f)

25155300

A

Sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate

[1000]

7681494

A

Sodium fluoride

[1000]

62748

ABC

Sodium fluoroacetate

DL(P)

10124568

A

Sodium hexametaphosphate

[1000]

16721805

A

Sodium hydrogen sulfide

[1000]

7631905

A

Sodium hydrogen sulfite

[1000]

16721805

A

Sodium hydrosulfide

[1000]

1310732

A

Sodium hydroxide

(v)

7681529

A

Sodium hypochlorite

[1000]

10022705

A

Sodium hypochlorite pentahydrate

[1000]

7784465

AB

Sodium metaarsenite

(a)

124414

A

Sodium methoxide

[1000]

124414

A

Sodium methylate

[1000]

7632000

A

Sodium nitrite

[1000]

10101890

A

Sodium phosphate dodecahydrate

[1000]

7558794

A

Sodium phosphate, dibasic

[1000]

10039324

A

Sodium phosphate, dibasic, dodecahydrate

[1000]

10140655

A

Sodium phosphate, dibasic, hydrate

[1000]

7601549

A

Sodium phosphate, tribasic

[1000]

7758294

A

Sodium phosphate, tribasic

[1000]

10124568

A

Sodium phosphate, tribasic

[1000]

7785844

A

Sodium phosphate, tribasic

[1000]

10101890

A

Sodium phosphate, tribasic, dodecahydrate

[1000]

13410010

B

Sodium Selenate

(L)

10102188

AB

Sodium selenite, disodium salt

(L)

7782823

A

Sodium selenite, monosodium salt

(L)

10102202

B

Sodium Tellurite

[25]

7785844

A

Sodium trimetaphosphate

[1000]

7758294

A

Sodium tripolyphosphate

[1000]

900958

B

Stannane, Acetoxytriphenyl-

[25]

56531

AC

Stilbestrol

DL

18883664

AC

Streptozocin

[25]

18883664

AC

Streptozotocin

[25]

7789062

A

Strontium chromate

(f)

57249

ABC

Strychnidin-10-one

DL(P)

357573

AC

Strychnidin-10-one, 2,3-dimethoxy-

DL(P)

57249

ABC

Strychnine and salts

DL(P)

60413

B

Strychnine sulfate

[25]

100425

A

Styrene

14.00

7773060

A

Sulfamic acid monoammonium salt

[1000]

3689245

ABC

Sulfotepp

DL(P)

3569571

B

Sulfoxide, 3-chloropropyl Octyl

[25]

12771083

A

Sulfur chloride

[1000]

7446095

B

Sulfur Dioxide

(v)

7783064

ABC

Sulfur hydride

[1000]

12771083

A

Sulfur monochloride

[1000]

1314803

A

Sulfur phosphide

[1000]

7488564

AC

Sulfur selenide

(L)

7783600

B

Sulfur Tetrafluoride

[25]

7446119

B

Sulfur Trioxide

(v)

7664939

AB

Sulfuric acid

(v)

7446186

ABC

Sulfuric acid, dithallium (1+) salt

(n)

7782630

A

Sulfuric acid, iron (2+) salt (1:1), heptahydrate

[1000]

7446142

A

Sulfuric acid, lead (2+) salt (1:1)

(i)

8014957

A

Sulfuric acid, mixture with sulfur trioxide

(v)

10031591

AB

Sulfuric acid, thallium (I) salt

(n)

7790945

A

Sulfuric chlorohydrin

[1000]

121755

A

Sumitox

1/BG

99354

AC

sym-Trinitobenzene

DL/.07

77816

B

Tabun

[25]

14307438

A

Tartaric acid ammonium salt

[1000]

1746016

AC

TCDD, 2,3,7,8-

8.00E-05

79016

AC

TCE

0.13

72548

AC

TDE

0.66

13494809

B

Tellurium

[25]

7783804

B

Tellurium Hexafluoride

[25]

116063

ABC

Temik

DL(P)

107493

ABC

TEPP

DL(P)

13071799

B

Terbufos

12.82

82688

AC

Terraclor

1/BG

625161

A

tert-Amyl acetate

[1000]

540885

A

tert-Butyl acetate

[1000]

75649

A

tert-Butylamine

[1000]

-99201

C

Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxins

(t)

-99202

C

Tetrachlorodibenzofurans

(t(0.1))

72548

AC

Tetrachlorodiphenylethane

0.66

25322207

C

Tetrachloroethane, N.O.S.

[1000]

127184

AC

Tetrachloroethene

0.18

127184

AC

Tetrachloethylene

0.18

56235

AC

Tetrachloromethane

0.17

3689245

ABC

Tetraethyldithiopyrophosphate

DL(P)

78002

ABC

Tetraethyllead

DL(P)

107493

ABC

Tetraethylpyrophosphate

DL(P)

597648

B

Tetraethyltin

[25]

109999

A

Tetrahydrofuran

DL/.014

75741

B

Tetramethyllead

(i)

509148

ABC

Tetranitromethane

DL(P)

757584

AC

Tetraphosphoric acid, hexaethyl ester

DL(P)

1314325

AC

Thallic oxide (Tl2O3)

(n)

7440280

AC

Thallium

10/BG

563688

AC

Thallium (I) acetate

(n)

6533739

ABC

Thallium (I) carbonate

(n)

7791120

ABC

Thallium (I) chloride

(n)

10102451

AC

Thallium (I) nitrate

(n)

7446186

ABC

Thallium (I) sulfate

(n)

1314325

AC

Thallium (III) oxide

DL(P)

-99203

AC

Thallium compounds, N.O.S.

(n)

12039520

AC

Thallium selenite

DL(P)

10031591

AB

Thallium sulfate

(n)

12039520

AC

Thallium (I) selenide

DL(P)

7791120

ABC

Thallous chloride

(n)

2757188

B

Thallous Malonate

(n)

10031591

AB

Thallous sulfate

(n)

7446186

ABC

Thallous sulfate

(n)

298022

ABC

Thimet

DL(P)

62555

AC

Thioacetamide

[100]

2231574

B

Thiocarbazide

[25]

1762954

A

Thiocyanic acid ammonium salt

[1000]

115297

ABC

Thiodan

3.30

39196184

ABC

Thiofanox

DL(P)

541537

ABC

Thiomidocarbonic diamide

DL(P)

74931

ABC

Thiomethanol

[1000]

297972

ABC

Thionazin

DL(P)

137268

AC

Thioperoxydicarbon diamide, tetramethyl

10.00

108985

ABC

Thiophenol

DL(P)

1314803

A

Thiophosphoric anhydride

[1000]

3689245

ABC

Thiopyrophosphoric acid ([(HO)2P(S)]2O), tetraethyl

DL(P)

79196

ABC

Thiosemicarbazide

DL(P)

62566

AC

Thiourea

[100]

5344821

ABC

Thiourea, (2-chlorophenyl)-

DL(P)

614788

B

Thiourea, (2-Methylphenyl)-

[25]

86884

ABC

Thiourea, 1-naphthalenyl-

DL(P)

103855

ABC

Thiourea, phenyl-

DL(P)

137268

AC

Thiram

10.00

137268

AC

Thiuram

10.00

7550450

B

Titanium Tetrachloride

[25]

75503

A

TMA

[1000]

509148

ABC

TNM

DL(P)

108883

AC

Toluene

14.40

91087

AB

Toluene diisocyanate

[1000]

95807

AC

Toluene, 2,4-diamino-

3.74

26471625

AC

Toluene-1,3-diisocyanate

[1000]

584849

AB

Toluene-2,4-diisocyanate

[1000]

25376458

AC

Toluenediamine

[100]

8001352

ABC

Toxaphene

10.88

57749

ABC

Toxichlor

9.20

156605

AC

trans-1,2-Dichcloroethene

0.53

110178

A

trans 1,2-Ethylenedicarboxylic acid

[1000]

110576

B

trans-1,4-Dichlorobutene

[25]

1031476

B

Triamiphos

[25]

24017478

B

Triazofos

[25]

75252

AC

Tribromomethane

1.00

7778441

AB

Tricalcium orthoarsenate

(a)

52686

A

Trichlorfon

10.00

1558254

B

Trichloro(Chloromethyl)Silane

[25]

27137855

B

Trichloro(Dischlorophenyl)Silane

[25]

75876

AC

Trichloroacetaldehyde

[1000]

76028

B

Trichloroacetyl Chloride

[25]

79016

AC

Trichloroethene

0.13

79016

AC

Trichloroethylene

0.13

115219

B

Trichloroethylsilane

[25]

75694

AC

Trichlorofluoromethane

0.70

67663

ABC

Trichloromethane

0.68

594423

AB

Trichloromethanesulfenyl chloride

[1000]

75707

C

Trichloromethanethiol

DL(P)

327980

B

Trichloronate

[25]

25167822

A

Trichlorophenol, N.O.S.

[100]

98135

B

Trichlorophenylsilane

[25]

25735299

C

Trichloropropane, N.O.S.

[25]

27323417

A

Triethanolamine dodecylbenzenesulfonate

[1000]

998301

B

Triethoxysilane

[25]

121448

A

Triethylamine

[1000]

75503

A

Trimethylamine

[1000]

75774

B

Trimethylchlorosilane

[25]

824113

B

Trimethylolpropane Phosphite

[25]

1066451

B

Trimethyltin Chloride

[25]

639587

B

Triphenyltin Chloride

[25]

7758294

A

Triphosphoric acid, pentasodium salt

[1000]

52244

C

Tris(1-aziridinyl)phosphine sulfide

[25]

126727

AC

Tris(2, 3-dibromopropyl)phosphate

25.00

555771

B

Tris(2-Chloroethyl) Amine

[25]

7601549

A

Trisodium phosphate

[1000]

10361894

A

Trisodium phosphate decahydrate

[1000]

7785844

A

Trisodium trimetaphosphate

[1000]

72571

AC

Trypan blue

[100]

57147

ABC

UDMH

4.60

66751

AC

Uracil mustard

[100]

66751

AC

Uracil, 5-[bis(2-chloroethyl)amino]-

[100]

36478769

A

Uranium, bis(nitrato-O,O')dioxo-

[1000]

541093

A

Uranyl acetate

[1000]

10102064

A

Uranyl nitrate

[1000]

36478769

A

Uranyl nitrate, 1,1'-dioxo-

[1000]

759739

AC

Urea, N-ethyl-N-nitroso-

DL

684935

AC

Urea, N-methyl-N-nitroso-

[25]

51796

AC

Urethane

[1000]

2001958

B

Valinomycin

[25]

1314621

ABC

Vanadic acid anhydride

(p)

7803556

AC

Vanadic acid, amonium salt

(p)

1314621

ABC

Vanadic anhydride

(p)

27774136

A

Vanadic sulfate

(p)

1314621

ABC

Vanadium oxide (V2O5)

(p)

1314621

ABC

Vanadium pentoxide

(p)

27774136

A

Vanadium sulfate

(p)

-99000

 

Vanadium (reference only, not a regulated substance)

100/BG

27774136

A

Vanadyl sulfate

(p)

7681494

A

Villaumite

[1000]

108054

AB

Vinyl acetate

0.51

107186

ABC

Vinyl carbinol

DL(P)

75014

AC

Vinyl chloride

0.04

107131

ABC

Vinyl cyanide

1.37

4549400

AC

Vinylamine, N-methyl-N-nitroso-

DL(P)

100425

A

Vinylbenzene

14.00

75354

AC

Vinylidine chloride

0.36

7723140

AB

Violet phosphorus

10.25

81812

ABC

Warfarin and salts

DL(P)

129066

B

Warfarin Sodium

10.00

7723140

AB

White phosphorus

10.25

1330207

A

Xylene (total)

20.00

1330207

A

Xylenes

20.00

1300716

A

Xylenol

307.64

28347139

B

Xylylene Dichloride

[25]

1303339

A

Yellow arsenic sulfide

(a)

7723140

AB

Yellow phosphorus

10.25

7440666

A

Zinc

2800.00

557346

A

Zinc acetate

(q)

14639986

A

Zinc ammonium chloride

(q)

14639975

A

Zinc ammonium chloride

(q)

52628258

A

Zinc ammonium chloride

(q)

-99206

A

Zinc and compounds

(q)

1332076

A

Zinc borate

(q)

7699458

A

Zinc bromide

(q)

3486359

A

Zinc carbonate

(q)

7646857

A

Zinc chloride

(q)

557211

AC

Zinc cyanide

(r)

7783495

A

Zinc fluoride

(q)

16871719

A

Zinc fluosilicate

(q)

557415

A

Zinc formate

(q)

7779864

A

Zinc hydrosulfite

(q)

7779886

A

Zinc nitrate

(q)

127822

A

Zinc p-phenolsulfonate

(q)

1314847

ABC

Zinc phosphide (Zn3P2)

DL(P)

16871719

A

Zinc silicofluoride

(q)

7733020

A

Zinc sulfate

(q)

127822

A

Zinc sulfocarbolate

(q)

7733020

A

Zinc vitriol

(q)

58270089

B

Zinc, dichloro (4,4-dimethyl-5(((methylamino) carbonyl)oxy)imino)pentanenitrile)-, (T-4)-.

[25]

14639975

A

Zincate(2-), tetrachloro, diammonium, (T-4)-

(q)

14639986

A

Zincate(3-), pentachloro, triammonium

(q)

297972

ABC

Zinophos

DL(P)

13746899

A

Zirconium nitrate

[1000]

16923958

A

Zirconium potassium fluoride

[1000]

14644612

A

Zirconium sulfate

[1000]

10026116

A

Zirconium tetrachloride

[1000]

LEGEND:

aE-b Scientific notation for a number, e.g. "4E-5" means 4 x 10-5, which equals 0.00004.

[ ] Default value based on federal reportable quantities from Sources A and B.

DL An NC for the substance shall be the detection limit as defined in this chapter.

DL(P) An NC for the substance shall be the detection limit as defined in this chapter because the substance is elsewhere classified as an acute hazardous waste.

DL/ The detection limit as defined in this chapter shall be an NC, unless the detection limit is lower than the number following the slash, in which case the numerical value shall supplant the detection limit as an NC.

/BG The numerical value preceeding the slash shall be an NC, unless the background concentration is greater, in which case the background value shall supplant the numerical value as an NC.

§ An NC for this substance has not been established either because a hazard of exposure to the substance is improbable from a contaminated soil context or because a hazard exists only the contexts covered by Rule 391-3-19-.04(3)(c).

(a)-(q) Applicable NCs shall be the NC for the elemental form of each metal given below. For those substances which are compounds meeting more than one listing (e.g., lead arsenate) or which are not specifically listed in the table but which are described by one or more general categories (e.g., mercuric dichromate -- "mercury compounds, n.o.s." and "chromium compounds, n.o.s."), all applicable NCs must be considered.

(a) arsenic 41 (mg/kg)

(b) antimony 10/BG

(c) barium 500/BG

(d) beryllium 3/BG

(e) cadmium 39

(f) chromium 1200

(g) cobalt 25/BG

(h) copper 1500

(i) lead 400

(j) mercury 17

(k) nickel 420

(L) selenium 36

(m) silver 10/BG

(n) thallium 10/BG

(p) vanadium 100/BG

(q) zinc 2800

(r) NCs shall be that for "Cyanides {CN anion}" and that for any other applicable listing.

(s) The NC for this substance shall be that given for "PCBs".

(t) The NC for this substance shall be the 2,3,7,8-TCDD Toxic Equivalent, which is the NC for 2,3,7.8-TCDD divided by the Toxic Equivalency Factor show in braces.

(u) Releases shall be reported if the concentration of the substance in the soil is such that the soil meets the ignitability criteria of 40 CFR 261.21(a)(2).

(v) Releases shall be reported if the concentration of this substance in the soil is such that the soil exhibits a pH less than 2 or greater than 12.5 respectively.

(w) Releases shall be reported if a contaminated soil has any of the properties by which solid wastes are determined to exhibit the characteristic of reactivity in 40 CFR 261.23(a).

(x) An NC shall be that for the substance in parentheses.

(y) For radionuclides, releases shall be reported if the direct ionizing radiation (exposure rate), as measured one (1) meter above the soil surface, is greater than fifty (50) microroentgens per hour (µR/hr) above the local background level, or the measured radionuclide concentration in soil is sufficient to deliver a dose to any individual of 25 millirem per year (mrem/yr) Committed Effective Dose Equivalent (CEDE) or 75 mrem/yr Committed Dose Equivalent (CDE) to any organ.

(z) NCs for this hazardous waste shall be all NCs for each hazardous constituent which is a basis for listing the waste, as defined by 40 CFR Part 261 Appendix VII.

Appendix (391-3-19) II REPORTABLE QUANTITIES SCREENING METHOD

This Appendix describes the method that will be used by the Director to determine if a release exceeds a reportable quantity. If the Reportable Quantities Screening Method (RQSM) indicates that a release exceeds a reportable quantity, the property owner will be required to report the release in accordance with Rule 391-3-19-.05 and the site will be listed on the Hazardous Site Inventory.

Sites that exceed a threshold score for either or both of the two pathways are considered to have had a release that exceeds a reportable quantity. The threshold score for the "groundwater" pathway is 10.0 and the threshold score for the "on-site-exposure" pathway is 20.0.

GEORGIA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION

REPORTABLE QUANTITIES SCREENING METHOD

FOR

________________________________________________

(Name of Site)

________________________________________________

(City) (State)

SCORED BY: ________________________________ ON: ____________________

Threshold

GROUNDWATER PATHWAY SCORE () 10

ON-SITE PATHWAY SCORE () 20

GROUNDWATER

A. Has a release to groundwater occurred? KnownSuspectedPotential Future

(45) (10) (5)

If A=45, then go to D

B. Route Characteristics

1b. Susceptibility Rating: HigherAverageLower

(6) (3) (0)

2b. Physical State: Stable Unstable Powder, Liquid, Gas,

Solid Solid Ash Sludge

(0) (1) (2) (3)

C. Containment: Very GoodGoodFairPoor

(0) (1) (2) (3)

D. Release Characteristics

1d. Regulated Substance:

2d. Toxicity: None (0) Low (1) (2) (4) (8) (16) High

3d. Quantity: Threshold (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Very Large

E. Targets

1e. Exposure to groundwater release:

Known release MCL, and known human exposure MCL.........................(25)

Known release MCL, and suspected human exposure..............................(20)

Known release, no MCL exists, and known human exposure........................(18)

Known release, MCL, and known human exposure MCL.........................(15)

Known release, no MCL exists, and suspected human exposure...................(12)

Suspected release and human exposure suspected......................................(8)

Known release MCL, but no human exposure suspected.............................(4)

Known release, no MCL exists, and no human exposure suspected.................(3)

Suspected release but no human exposure suspected.................................(2)

Potential future release...........................................................................(1)

Known release less than MCL..................................................................(0)

(only one choice allowed)

2e. Distance to well or spring (miles): 1/2 1/2 to 11 to 22 to 33

(16) (9) (4) (1) (0)

THE GROUNDWATER PATHWAY SCORE (Sgw) IS CALCULATED AS FOLLOWS:

Sgw = M x (2d + 3d) x (1e + 2e) / 442.8

Where: M = A + ((1b + 2b) x C)

If A = 45 then M = 45

If 2d is unknown, then 2d=4

If 3d is unknown, then 3d=4

If 1e includes known or suspected human exposure, 2e = 16

If 1e = 0 then 2e = 1

Note: The denominator of 442.8 normalizes the groundwater score to a value between 0 and 100.

ON-SITE EXPOSURE

A. Access to site: InaccessibleLimited AccessUnlimited Access

(0) (2) (4)

B. Has there been a release: YesSuspectedNo

(25) (15) (0)

C. Containment

Very GoodPoor

Soil Releases: (0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

or

Aboveground releases: (0) (1) (2) (3)

D. Release Characteristics

1d. Regulated Substance: _________________________________________

2d. Toxicity: None (0) Low (1) (2) (4) (8) (16) High

3d. Quantity: Threshold (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Very Large

E. Targets

1e. Distance (feet) to 300301 to 10001001 to 30003001 to 52801 mile nearest resident (8) (6) (4) (2) (1)

individual

2e. Is there an on-site sensitive environment? YesNo

(1) (0)

THE ON-SITE PATHWAY SCORE (S0) IS CALCULATED AS FOLLOWS:

S0 = A x (B + C) x (2d + 3d) X(1e + 2e)/259.2

If A or B = 0, the S0 = 0

If 2d is unknown, then 2d = 4

If 3d is unknown, then 3d = 4

Note: The denominator of 259.2 normalizes the score to a value between 0 and 100.

Appendix (391-3-19) III MEDIA TARGET CONCENTRATIONS AND STANDARD EXPOSURE ASSUMPTIONS

Table 1. Ground water Criteria

CAS #

Regulated Substance/Analyte

Concentration (mg/L)

83329

Acenaphthene

2

67641

Acetone

4

75058

Acetonitrile

0.2

98862

Acetophenone

4

107028

Acrolein

0.7

79061

Acrylamide

0.0001 (a)

107131

Acrylonitrile

0.0006 (a)

116063

Aldicarb

0.007

309002

Aldrin

0.00002 (a)

7664417

Ammonia

30

62533

Aniline

0.006 (a)

7440360

Antimony

0.006 (a)

140578

Aramite

0.001 (a)

7440382

Arsenic

0.010

1332214

Asbestos (fibers longer than 10 µm)

7 million/liter

7440393

Barium

2

56553

Benz(a)anthracene

0.0001

71432

Benzene

0.005

92875

Benzidine

0.0000002

50328

Benzo(a)pyrene

0.0002

205992

Benzo(b)fluoranthene

0.0002

100447

Benzyl chloride

0.0002(a)

7440417

Beryllium

0.004

111444

Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether

0.00003(a)

75252

Bromoform

See Trihalomethanes

85687

Butyl benzyl phthalate

0.1

7440439

Cadmium

0.005

63252

Carbaryl

0.7

1563662

Carbofuran

0.04

75150

Carbon disulfide

4

56235

Carbon tetrachloride

0.005

57749

Chlordane

0.002

126998

Chloro-1,3-butadiene, 2-

0.7

106478

Chloroaniline, p-

0.1

108907

Chlorobenzene

0.1

510156

Chlorobenzilate

0.7

124481

Chlorodibromomethane

see Trihalomethanes

67663

Chloroform

see Trihalomethanes

95578

Chlorophenol, 2-

0.04

107051

Chloropropene, 3-

0.002

2921882

Chlorpyrifos

0.02

7440473

Chromium

0.1

218019

Chrysene

0.0002 (a)

7440508

Copper

1.3

57125

Cyanide

0.2

72548

DDD

0.0001

72559

DDE

0.0001

50293

DDT

0.0001

75990

Dalapon

0.2

117840

Di-n-octyl phthalate

0.7

2303164

Diallate

0.0006 (a)

333415

Diazinon

0.0006

53703

Dibenz(a,h)anthracene

0.0003

96128

Dibromochloropropane

0.0002

84742

Dibutyl phthalate

4

1918009

Dicamba

0.2

541731

Dichlorobenzene, m-

0.6

95501

Dichorobenzene, o-

0.6

106467

Dichorobenzene, p-

0.075

91941

Dichlorobenzidine, 3,3'-

0.00008 (a)

75274

Dichlorobromomethane

see Trihalomethanes

75718

Dichlorodifluoromethane

1

75343

Dichloroethane, 1,1-

4

107062

Dichloroethane, 1,2-

0.005

75354

Dichloroethylene, 1,1-

0.007

156592

Dichloroethylene, cis 1,2

0.070

156605

Dichloroethylene, trans-1,2-

0.1

108601

Dichloroisopropyl ether

0.3

120832

Dichlorophenol, 2,4-

0.02

94757

Dicholorphenoxyacetic acid, 2,4-

0.07

78875

Dichloropropane, 1,2-

0.005

542756

Dichloropropene, 1,3-

0.002

60571

Dieldrin

0.00002 (a)

84662

Diethyl phthalate

5

123911

Diethylene dioxide, 1,4-

0.07 (a)

117817

Diethylhexyl phthalate

0.006

60515

Dimethoate

0.007

119904

Dimethoxybenzidine, 3,3'-

0.003 (a)

131113

Dimethyl phthalate

400

57976

Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene, 7,12-

0.000001 (a)

119937

Dimethylbenzidine, 3,3'-

0.000004 (a)

105679

Dimethylphenol, 2,4-

0.7

99650

Dinitrobenzene, m-

0.001 (a)

51285

Dinitrophenol, 2,4-

0.07

121142

Dinitrotoluene, 2,4-

0.00005 (a)

88857

Dinoseb

0.007

122394

Diphenylamine

0.2

122667

Diphenylhydrazine, 1,2-

0.00004 (a)

2764729

Diquat [di-cationic form]

0.02

85007

Diquat dibromide

0.02

298044

Disulfoton

0.0003

115297

Endosulfan (mixed isomers)

0.002

145733

Endothall

0.1

72208

Endrin

0.002

106898

Epichlorohydrin

0.04

110805

Ethoxyethanol, 2-

10

60297

Ethyl ether

7

97632

Ethyl methacrylate

3

62500

Ethyl methanesulfonate

0.000001 (a)

100414

Ethylbenzene

0.7

106934

Ethylene dibromide

0.00005

52857

Famphur

0.001

22224926

Fenamiphos

0.002

206440

Fluoranthene

1

86737

Fluorene

1

16984488

Fluoride

4

944229

Fonofos

0.01

50000

Formaldehyde

1

64186

Formic acid

70

76448

Heptachlor

0.0004

1024573

Heptachlor epoxide

0.0002

118741

Hexachlorobenzene

0.001

87683

Hexachlorobutadiene

0.001 (a)

319846

Hexachlorocyclohexane (alpha)

0.000006 (a)

319857

Hexachlorocyclohexane (beta)

0.00002 (a)

77474

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene

0.05

67721

Hexachloroethane

0.001 (a)

70304

Hexachlorophene

0.01

193395

Indeno (1,2,3-cd)pyrene

0.0004

78831

Isobutyl alcohol

10

78591

Isophorone

0.1

143500

Kepone

0.000002 (a)

7439921

Lead

0.015

58899

Lindane

0.0002

121755

Malathion

0.2

7439976

Mercury (inorganic)

0.002

126987

Methacrylonitrile

0.004 (a)

67561

Methanol

20 (a)

16752775

Methomyl

0.2

72435

Methoxychlor

0.04

74839

Methyl bromide

0.01

74873

Methyl chloride

0.003

78933

Methyl ethyl ketone

2

80626

Methyl methacrylate

3

298000

Methyl parathion

0.002

74953

Methylene bromide

0.4

75092

Methylene chloride

0.005

108101

Methylisobutylketone

2

924163

N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine

0.000006 (a)

62147

N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine

0.000005 (a)

55185

N-Nitrosodiethylamine

0.0000002(a)

62759

N-Nitrosodimethylamine

0.0000007(a)

10595956

N-Nitrosomethylethylamine

0.000002 (a)

100754

N-Nitrosopiperidine

0.000008 (a)

930552

N-Nitrosopyrrolidine

0.00002 (a)

91203

Naphthalene

0.02

91598

Naphthylamine, 2-

0.00004 (a)

7440020

Nickel

0.1

98953

Nitrobenzene

0.02

100027

Nitrophenol, p-

0.06

1336363

PCBs

0.0005

1910425

Paraquat

0.03

56382

Parathion

0.2

608935

Pentachlorobenzene

0.03

82688

Pentachloronitrobenzene

0.0001

87865

Pentachlorophenol

0.001

108952

Phenol

4

298022

Phorate

0.007

7723140

Phosphorus, elemental

0.0001

23950585

Pronamide

0.05

129000

Pyrene

1

110861

Pyridine

0.04

94597

Safrole

0.0001 (a)

7782492

Selenium

0.05

7440224

Silver

0.1

93721

Silvex

0.05

100425

Styrene

0.1

1746016

TCDD,2,3,7,8- [Dioxin]

3 x 10-8 (a)(b)

13071799

Terbufos

0.0009

95943

Tetrachlorobenzene, 1,2,4,5-

0.01

630206

Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,1,2-

0.07

79345

Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,2,2-

0.0002 (a)

127184

Tetrachloroethylene

0.005

58902

Tetrachlorophenol, 2,3,4,6-

1

3689245

Tetraethyldithiopyrophosphate

0.02

7440280

Thallium

0.002 (a)

108883

Toluene

1

95534

Toluidine, o-

0.0001 (a)

106490

Toluidine,p-

0.0002 (a)

8001352

Toxaphene

0.003

76131

Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane, 1,1,2-

1000

120821

Trichlorobenzene, 1,2,4-

0.07

71556

Trichloroethane, 1,1,1-

0.2

79005

Trichloroethane, 1,1,2-

0.005

79016

Trichloroethylene

0.005

75694

Trichlorofluoromethane

2

95954

Trichlorophenol, 2,4,5-

4

88062

Trichlorophenol, 2,4,6-

0.03

93765

Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid, 2,4,5-

0.07

96184

Trichloropropane, 1,2,3-

0.04

 

Trihalomethanes, total

0.08

99354

Trinitrobenzene, 1,3,5-

0.002 (a)

126727

Tris(2,3-dibromopropyl)phosphate

0.00003 (a)

744062

Vanadium

0.2

75014

Vinyl chloride

0.002

1330207

Xylenes (total)

10

7440666

Zinc

2

(a) The health-based drinking water criterion for this substance/analyte is lower than the lowest currently achievable and available detection limit. According to Rule 391-3-19-.07(4)(e), the detection limit or background will be the Type 1 groundwater concentration criterion for this substance/analyte.

(b) For the purposes of Rule 391-3-19-.07, all polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans are collectively considered as one substance, expressed as an equivalent concentration of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD), based on the Toxicity Equivalency Factor approach described in "Interim Procedures for Estimating Risks Associated with Exposures to Mixtures of Chlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins and Dibenzofurans, "U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, March 1989. Where concentrations only of homologous groups are known (isomer-specific data are not available), the Director must be consulted to determine an appropriate method for determining 2,3,7,8-TCDD equivalents.

Table 2. Type 1 Soil Criteria

Regulated Substance

Analyte

Concentration

(mg/kg)

Antimony

4

Arsenic

20

Barium

1000

Beryllium

2

Cadmium

2

Chromium

100

Cobalt

20

Copper

100

Lead

75

Mercury

0.5

Nickel

50

Selenium

2

Silver

2

Thallium

2

Vanadium

100

Zinc

100

Table 3: Parameters, Definitions and Standard Assumptions*, to be used in

Equations 1, 2, 6, and 7 in RAGS, Part B

Pararameters

Definitions (Units)

Values

C

Concentrations in soil (mg/kg) or water (mg/L)

chemical-specific

TR

Target excess individual lifetime cancer risk (unitless)

10-5 for Class A and B carcinogens; 10-4 for Class C carcinogens

THI

Target hazard index (unitless)

1

SFo**

Oral cancer slope factor ((mg/kg-day)-1)

chemical-specific

SFi**

Inhalation cancer slope factor ((mg/kg-day)-1)

chemical-specific

RfDo**

Oral chronic reference dose (mg/kg-day)

chemical-specific

RfDi**

Inhalation chronic reference does (mg/kg-day)

chemical-specific

BW

Adult body weight (kg)

70 kg

AT

Averaging time (yr)

70 yr carcinogens (Equals ED for systemic toxicants

EF

Exposure frequency (days/yr)

350 days/yr residential

250 days/yr non-residential

ED

Exposure duration (yr)

30 yr residential

25 yr non-residential

IRw

Daily water ingestion rate (liter/day)

2 L/day residential

1 L/day non-residential

IRsoil

Soil ingestion rate (mg/day)

114 mg/day residential

50 mg/day non-residential

IRair

Daily inhalation rate (m3/day)

15 m3/day residential

20 m3/day non residential

PEF

Particulate emission factor (m3/kg)

4.63 X 109 m3/kg

VF

Soil-to-air volatilization factor (m3/kg)

see derivation below

K

Water-to-air volatilization factor (L/m3)

0.5 L/m3

*Standard assumptions are required for Type 1 and Type 3 risk reduction standards.

**Values are to be taken from the current version of IRIS or, if not listed in IRIS, from the current version of PPRTV. Where data are not available from IRIS or PPRTV and appropriate, peer-reviewed data are otherwise available, values may be derived using the procedures described in RAGS, Part A and in consultation with the Director. If a value for only one of the two variables in a variable pair (RfDo/RfDi or SFo/SFi) is not available for a particular chemical, the term containing that variable in an equation can be ignored or equated to zero. If neither value is available for a variable pair, a concentration cannot be calculated with the equation.

[Continuation of Table 3]

Derivation of VF values (Soil-to-Air Volatilization Factor)


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WHERE:

LS length of side of contaminated area (m) = 45

V wind speed in mixing zone (m/s) = 2.25

DH diffusion height (m) = 2

A area of contamination (cm2) = 2.03 x 107 (=0.5 acre)

[PI] pi = 3.14


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T exposure interval (s) = 7.9 x 108 (=25 yr)

[RHO]s density of soil solids (g/cm3) = 2.65

OC soil organic carbon content fraction (unitless) = 0.02

Dei effective diffusivity (cm2/s) = Di xE0.33

Di molecular diffusivity (cm2/s) (chemical-specific)

E total soil porosity (unitless) = 0.35

Kas soil/air partition coefficient (g soil/cm3 air) = (H/Kd) x 41

H Henry's law constant (atm-m3/mol) (chemical-specific)

Kd soil-water partition coefficient (cm3/g) = Koc x OC ((or chemical specific)

Koc organic carbon partition coefficient (cm3/g) (chemical-specific)

Appendix (391-3-19) IV GEORGIA ADULT LEAD MODEL

The "Georgia Adult Lead Model" established by this appendix applies to the protection of workers or other adults as nonresidential sites at which it can be demonstrated that children are not now exposed, nor will become exposed, to lead in soil or soil-derived dust at the site. This lead model attempts to protect against elevated blood lead levels in the unborn fetus of women who spend considerable time at this site. Protection of the blood lead of a hypothetical fetus ensures that any other human receptor at the site will be adequately protected.

The Georgia model ultimately involves only two equations. Equation 1 establishes the average adult blood level that is protective of the fetus, which is an input to Equation 2. Equation 2 calculates the soil cleanup level, the concentration that would generate the average adult blood level indicated in Equation 1.


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All terms found in the above equations are described in Table 1 on the following page.

TABLE 1. Parameters, Definitions, and Default Values to be used in Equation 1 and 2

Parameters

Definitions (Units)

Defaults

PbBb

Typical blood lead concentration in adults, specifically women of child-bearing age, in the absence of exposures to the site that is being assessed (µg/dL) [baseline]

1.38

PbBfetal

The blood lead goal for the unborn fetus, defined as the concentration which will have a 95% probability of not being exceeded (µg/dL)

10.0

GSD

Geometric standard deviation of blood lead concentration among the exposed adult population, specifically women of child-bearing age (unitless)

2.04

1.645

Value of the exponent used to estimate the 95th percentile from a lognormal distribution

1.645

R

Constant of proportionality between fetal blood lead concentration at birth and maternal blood lead concentration (unitless)

0.9

BSF

Biokinetic slope factor relating (quasi-steady state) increase in typical adult blood lead concentration to average daily lead update (µg/dL per µg/day)

0.4

EF

Exposure frequency for contact with assessed soils and/or dust derived in part from these soils (number of days of exposure during the year) (days/yr)

219

AT

Averaging time for continuing long term exposures (days/yr)

365

Cs

Soil target concentration; i.e., concentration of lead in soil that is goal for the site (mg/kg)

To be determined by Eq. 2

Is

Intake rate of soil, predominantly occupational exposures to indoor soil-derived dust rather than outdoor soil (unitless)

0.05

As

Absolute gastrointestinal absorption fraction for ingested lead in soil and in dust derived from soil (unitless)

0.12

Cw

Concentration of lead in ground water at site (µg/L); provided, however, when taken together with concentrations of lead in soil shall not exceed a PbB of 10 µg/dL

See HSRA 391-3-19-.07 (9)(c)

Iw

Intake rate of water from on-site groundwater (L/day)

1

Aw

Absolute gastrointestinal absorption fraction for lead ingested in drinking water (unitless)

0.20