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Asked Questions (FAQs)!
All hazardous waste
handlers, including anyone who generates hazardous wastes, transports
hazardous waste, or operates a treatment/storage/disposal facility
for hazardous waste, are required by the Vermont Hazardous Waste
Management Regulations (VHWMR) to notify the Department of Environmental
Conservation and receive an EPA ID Number for their site. Completion
of the Hazardous Waste Handler Site ID Form fulfills this requirement.
Other Activities for which completion of this form is required
include the management of used oil, and management of 5000 kg
(11,000 lbs.) or more of combined universal waste on-site at
any one time, and recycling of hazardous waste. Click on the
links below to download PDF versions of the form and instructions
and other documents that may assist you in completing the form.
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Once you return the form to the Waste Management Division, your
new EPA ID number will be mailed to you.
Note: The Hazardous Waste Handler Site ID form
replaces the Vermont Notification of Regulated Waste Activity
and should be used in Vermont in place of EPA Form 8700-12.
To find out if your site already has an EPA
ID number, you can search using the DEC's Waste Management Identification Tool. This tool provide the public to access to up-to-date environmental information
on property specific information concerning contaminated groundwater sites,
hazardous materials spills, and regulated underground storage tanks facilities
located in Vermont.
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