homework 8 - Vanessa Barela April 1, 2007 Enve 302 Homework...

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Vanessa Barela April 1, 2007 Enve 302 Homework #8 1) The use of peroxyacetic acid as a general-purpose disinfectant falls under list D of contaminants. It does not fall under RCRA Subtitle C jurisdiction unless the concentration is more than 500 ppm. A farmer has an exemption using 40 CFR 262.70 from jurisdiction since it uses the contaminant for his own use. The farmer should triple rinse any containers as per 40 CFR 261.7b3 and dispose of the contaminants as directed on the label. 2) Used oil is that is burned for energy recovery is regulated under 40 CFR 279. It is not regulated if it exceeds levels in Table 1, from 40 CFR 279.11. Oil that is burned my be done in industrial furnaces or boilers which are identified in 40 CFR 210. Used oil must be stored under 40 CFR 279.22. They are subject to regulation under the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures (40 CFR 112) in addition to the requirements about. The used oil generators must not store oil in units other than tanks that are subject to regulation under parts 264 and 265. The tanks must be in good condition, not leaking, and have a label that is marked “Used Oil.” The generator used to burn the oil can be used if it, burns only the oil that Joe’s Quik Rip Automotive generates, the heater is designed to have a maximum capacity of 0.5 million BTU per hour, and the combustion gases are vented to the ambient air. 3) Jasper is allowed to use the oil himself as long as he resides in a state listed in
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