1. Obtain a DEPIEPA ID Number (40 CFR Part 262.12)
2. Use manifest system (unless there is a reclamation agreement pursuant to §262.20 (e), and ship only to a permitted facility (Part 262, Subpart B).
3. Never exceed the 6000 kg accumulation/i 80 day storage time limit.
4. Emergency Planning:
- a) Have at least one employee or a designee with authority as Emergency Coordinator (EC) that is on 24- hour call.
- b) Next to the telephone, post (I) the EC name and phone number; (ii) fire department’s number; (Hi) location of fire extinguishers; spill control equipment/material and fire alarm (if any)
- c) Follow emergency procedures in §262.34 (d) (4), including taking necessary steps to address spills and fires and notifying the National Response Center (24- hour number: 1-800-424-8802) and the State Warning Point (1-800-320-0519).
- d) Upon request, the DEP will provide contingency plan guidance if the facility wishes to develop a more comprehensive emergency plan than required of SQG’s.
5. Training of personnel regarding proper hazardous waste handling and emergency response [262.34(d) (5) (iii)].
6. Keep records (262.44), including manifests, test results, etc. for a minimum of three (3) years.
7. Meet satellite accumulation rules (262.34(c)).
8. If tanks are used for management of hazardous waste, meet the tank requirements of § 265.201.
9. Meet the following requirements under LQG, below: 1,2,4,5,6,12 to 15, 17, and 22.
10.If a SQG fails to meet applicable requirements, the full generator standards (and possibly TSDF standards) may apply. Full generator standards mean Large Quantity Generator requirements.
Generating 1000 kilograms or more of hazardous waste per calendar month or 1 kilogram or more of acute hazardous waste (e.g. arsenic and cyanide compounds) per calendar month..