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Regulations: Hazardous Wastes of Concern [Senate Bill 489 (2002)]

DTSC Reference Number: R-03-02
OAL Reference Number: 03-0701-04E

OAL Approval Date: 07/10/03
Secretary of State Filing Date: 07/10/03
Effective Date: 07/10/03
 

Senate Bill 489 (2002) defined hazardous wastes of concern (HWC) as having “the potential to be intentionally and effectively used to harm the public in a terrorist or other criminal act.” These regulations specify that a HWC is an explosive material, a poisonous material, or a poisonous gas. SB 489 also requires transporters and facilities handling HWC to submit Disclosure Statements with fingerprints to DTSC for review and to immediately report of missing hazardous wastes of concern. These regulations also repeal and supercede the changes made by the Manifest Discrepancy Emergency Regulations adopted in April 2002.
 

Emergency Regulations
Finding of Emergency
Text of Emergency Regulations – July 2003

Fact Sheets and Other Information on Hazardous Wastes of Concern
DTSC Form 1365 – Disclosure Statement
News Release
Senate Bill 489
 
Outreach Letters
To Transporters – July 2003
To Facilities – July 2003