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Hazardous Waste Management Program

The Vermont Hazardous Waste Management Program regulates the generation, transportation, storage, treatment, recycling and disposal of hazardous waste, used oil, and universal hazardous waste. The program, which is authorized by the US EPA to be implemented in lieu of the federal hazardous waste program, maintains the Vermont Hazardous Waste Management Regulations (VHWMR). The program also conducts inspections to evaluate compliance with the VHWMR; tracks hazardous waste manifests (shipping papers) to ensure all hazardous wastes are delivered to appropriate facilities; issues permits to facilities that engage in long-term or commercial storage and facilities that treat or dispose of hazardous waste; responds to citizens’ complaints regarding the mismanagement of hazardous waste; provides regulatory assistance; and tracks hazardous waste data.

Contact Info:

Waste Management & Prevention Division

Hazardous Waste Management Program

1 National Life Drive, Davis 1

Montpelier, Vermont 05620-3704 

Click <here> for email and phone contact information.

 

 

Waste Management Interactive Database (WMID)  This tool provides the public to access to up-to-date environmental information on property specific information concerning hazardous waste facilities, contaminated groundwater sites, hazardous materials spills, and regulated underground storage tanks facilities located in Vermont. 

 

Education and Outreach  Are you new to hazardous waste requirements?  Do you know what is considered a hazardous waste?  Do you know and understand what generator status is?  The Education and outreach page provides information for facilities that generate hazardous waste, transporters, and consultants.

 

EPA ID # Information & Notification Need an EPA ID number to ship your hazardous waste?  Has information relevant to hazardous waste management at your facility changed?  Here you can find the appropriate forms and instructions on how to complete the Vermont Hazardous Waste Handler Site ID Form.

 

Manifest & Taxes You sign that piece of paper when you ship your waste, but what does all that information really mean?  This page will also guide you through how the DEC taxes based on the amount of waste generated as well as information on the annual generator fee assessment.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)  Frequent questions we receive regarding the management of hazardous waste.  Topics include: determining your generator status, how to complete the Site ID Form, storage and accumulation requirements, Used oil, and annual generator feesStay tuned as more FAQs are coming soon!

 

Facility Permitting  The Facility Permitting page is for facilities that treat, store, or dispose of hazardous waste.  This does NOT apply to generators of hazardous waste.  Information on how to obtain a new permit as well as permits for facilities currently permitted in Vermont.

 

Waste Transporter Permitting    The Waste Transporter page is for transporters hazardous waste (including Vermont listed waste) from the generator facility to a treatment, storage, or disposal facility.

 

Forms and Publications  Electronic copies of the Site ID Form, and Temporary ID Form, fact sheets and handbooks created to help understand the specific hazardous waste topics.

 

Regulations, Statutes, and Procedures  The Vermont Hazardous Waste Management Regulations (VHWMR), proposed revisions to the VHWMR,and policy statements for particular hazardous waste streams, handling and shipment methods. 

 

 

* Documents in PDF format can be viewed on screen, searched and printed. They require the Adobe Acrobat Reader. The reader is available for free from Adobe Corporation web site

 

What's New?

 

Biennial Reporting:

Biennial Reports are due March 2014.  See: Biennial Report for additional information.

Permits:

See our Facility Permitting  Page for information

about renewal permits for Green Mountain Power’s Rutland (Greens Hill Lane) storage facility, and on-going corrective action/post-closure care at General Electric’s North Clarendon (Windcrest Road) facility.

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VT DEC Waste Management & Prevention Division 1 National Life Drive - Davis 1  Montpelier, VT  05620-3704  Tele: 802-828-1138   Fax: 802-828-1011

 

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