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RECORD NUMBER: 6 OF 102
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Application of Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions to Newly-identified Mineral Processing Wastes; Regulatory Impact Analysis.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.|
|Additional Subjects||Mineral industry ; Waste disposal ; Pollution standards ; Hazardous wastes ; Ground disposal ; Landfills ; Waste management ; Regulations ; Cost benefit analysis ; Risk assessment ; Economic impact ; Manufactured gas ; Gas plants ; Underground injection ; Injection wells ; Metals ; Toxicity ; Industrial wastes ; Waste streams ; Waste treatment ; Public health ; Environmental exposure pathway ; Quantitative analysis ; Human populations ; Land Disposal Restrictions ; Regulatory impact analysis ; Bevill wastes|
This regulatory impact analysis (RIA) estimates the costs, economic impacts, and benefits of the final rule applying Phase IV Land Disposal Restrictions (LDRs) to newly identified hazardous mineral processing wastes. EPA is promulgating standards for mineral processing wastes no longer exempt from Subtitle C requirements under the Bevill exemption. Under the provisions of today's proposal, previously exempt Bevill mineral processing wastes destined for disposal need to be treated to meet RCRA Universal Treatment Standards (UTS) before management or disposal in a land-based unit. At the same time, however, operators can reclaim hazardous mineral processing residues and store them in non-land based units prior to reclamation without complying with full Subtitle C requirements, under a new conditional exclusion.