26.13.10.21

.21 Large Quantity Handlers of Universal Waste — General Management Standards.

A. Labeling and Marking. A large quantity handler of universal waste shall comply with the requirements established for small quantity handlers of universal waste in Regulation .17A of this chapter.

B. Accumulation Time Limits. A large quantity handler of universal waste shall comply with the requirements established for small quantity handlers of universal waste in Regulation .17B of this chapter.

C. Employee Training. A large quantity handler of universal waste shall ensure that all employees are thoroughly familiar with proper waste handling and emergency procedures pertinent to the employees' responsibilities during normal facility operations and emergencies.

D. Response to Releases. In the event of a release of universal waste or the release of any residues from universal waste, a large quantity handler of universal waste shall comply with the requirements established for small quantity handlers of universal waste in Regulation .17D of this chapter.

E. Off-Site Shipments. A large quantity handler of universal waste shall comply with the requirements established for small quantity handlers of universal waste in Regulation .18A of this chapter.

F. Tracking Universal Waste Shipments.

(1) Receipt of Shipments.

(a) A large quantity handler of universal waste shall keep a record of each shipment of universal waste received at the facility.

(b) The record required by §F(1)(a) of this regulation may take the form of a log, invoice, manifest, bill of lading, or other shipping document.

(c) The handler shall ensure that the record required by §F(1)(a) of this regulation includes the following information:

(i) The name and address of the originating universal waste handler or shipper from outside the United States from whom the universal waste was sent;

(ii) The quantity of each type of universal waste received, for example, the quantities of batteries and thermostats received; and

(iii) The date of receipt of the shipment of universal waste.

(2) Shipments Off-Site.

(a) A large quantity handler of universal waste shall keep a record of each shipment of universal waste sent from the handler to other facilities.

(b) The record required by §F(2)(a) of this regulation may take the form of a log, invoice, manifest, bill of lading, or other shipping document.

(c) The handler shall ensure that the record required by §F(2)(a) of this regulation includes the following information:

(i) The name and address of the universal waste handler, destination facility, or destination outside the United States to which the universal waste was sent;

(ii) The quantity of each type of universal waste, such as batteries and thermostats, sent; and

(iii) The date the shipment of universal waste left the handler's facility.

(3) Record Retention. A large quantity handler of universal waste shall retain the records:

(a) Required by §F(1) of this regulation for a given shipment of universal waste for at least 3 years from the date of receipt of the shipment of universal waste; and

(b) Required by §F(2) of this regulation for a given shipment of universal waste for at least 3 years from the date the shipment of universal waste left the handler's facility.

G. Exports. A large quantity handler of universal waste shall comply with the requirements established for small quantity handlers of universal waste in Regulation .18C of this chapter.