RCRA Permits for Storage/Treatment Facilities
Facilities which store or treat hazardous waste that is on-site for more than ninety days in containers or ranks must obtain a RCRA permit. In addition, facilities which use miscellaneous units to treat their hazardous waste on-site must also obtain a RCRA permit.
All facilities which receive hazardous waste from off-site and manage it in containers, tanks, or miscellaneous units must obtain a RCRA permit. The only exemption to this requirement is if that set forth in 35 Ill. Admin Code 723.112 which allows a transporter who stores manifested shipments of hazardous waste containers at a transfer facility for a period less than ten days without a RCRA permit.
The following forms must be used/submitted in developing an application for a RCRA permit or a renewed RCRA permit for a hazardous waste storage or treatment facility:
- RCRA Permit Application (LPC-PA23)
- Part A Application
- RCRA Decision Guide
- Hazardous Waste Permit Application and Technical Evaluation Checklist
- 39(i) Certification (for operating a waste management facility)
The following forms must be used/submitted in developing an application to modify a RCRA permit:
The following forms must be submitted to transfer ownership or operation of a RCRA permitted facility to another entity:
The following forms must be submitted along with a closure documentation report in certifying closure of a permitted hazardous waste management unit:
The following forms must be submitted along with a post-closure care documentation report in certifying completion of post-closure care of a permitted hazardous waste management unit: