6 CRR-NY 364-1.2NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER IV. QUALITY SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER B. SOLID WASTES
PART 364. WASTE TRANSPORTERS
SUBPART 364-1. GENERAL
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364-1.2 Applicability.
This Part governs the transport of regulated waste originating or terminating at a location in New York State. Definitions applicable to this Part are found in Part 360 of this Title. For the purposes of this Part, regulated waste means any of the following types of waste:
(a) Raw sewage, which includes portable toilet waste.
(b) Septage.
(c) Materials contaminated by raw or partially-treated sewage or septage.
(d) Sludge from a wastewater or water supply treatment plant.
(e) Industrial-commercial waste that originates at, is generated by, or occurs as a result of any industrial or commercial activity. Industrial-commercial waste includes, but is not limited to:
(1) liquids such as acids, alkalis, caustics, leachate, petroleum (and its derivatives), and process or treatment wastewaters;
(2) sludges that are semi-solid substances resulting from process or treatment operations, or residues from storage or use of liquids;
(3) solidified chemicals, paints, or pigments;
(4) the end-products or by-products of incineration or other forms of combustion, including ash;
(5) foundry sand;
(6) drilling and production waste;
(7) navigational dredged material;
(8) contained gaseous materials;
(9) waste from commercial operations such as stores, offices, restaurants, etc.;
(10) construction and demolition (C&D) debris generated or transported by an industrial or commercial business;
(11) fill material generated by commercial or industrial activities; and
(12) friable asbestos-containing waste.
(f) Waste tires.
(g) Waste oil.
(h) Regulated medical waste (RMW), and wastes regulated under Subpart 365-3 of this Title.
(i) Source-separated household hazardous waste (HHW) transported from a collection event or site or by a commercial business.
(j) Infectious waste subject to Subpart 365-3 of this Title.
(k) Hazardous waste as defined in Part 371 of this Title.
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Current through February 29, 2020
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