Category: Permit Wizard

Section 5: Waste Programs
Part 4: Hazardous Waste Management
Utah DEQ Permit Wizard

Progress Meter A hazardous waste is specifically listed by the Utah Solid and Hazardous Waste Rules or exhibits a characteristic such as ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity (as defined by the rules). Common hazardous waste may include paint, solvents used in painting and dry cleaning residues and pesticides. Individuals who treat, store or dispose of …

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Section 5: Waste Programs
Part 3: Used Oil Permits
Utah DEQ Permit Wizard

Progress Meter The goal is to eliminate, or reduce, the obstacles to proper collection and disposal of do-it-yourselfer (DIYer) used oil, (i.e., used oil generated through household activities, including maintenance of personal vehicles) through a broad and extensive public education program, and by making used oil collection centers more accessible, and by maintaining pertinent standards …

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Section 5: Waste Programs
Part 2: Used Tire Permits
Utah DEQ Permit Wizard

Progress Meter In response to a growing concern regarding stockpiles of waste tires and past experiences with waste tire stockpile fires, the Utah Legislature passed the Utah Waste Tire Recycling Act in 1990. Consequently, the waste tire recycling program is first and foremost a recycling program for used truck and passenger vehicle tires. 1 Will …

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Section 5: Waste Programs
Part 1: Solid Waste
Utah DEQ Permit Wizard

Progress Meter Individuals and businesses may not dispose or incinerate solid waste except at facilities complying with Utah’s solid and hazardous waste rules. Non-hazardous solid waste generally consists of municipal trash and garbage; construction and demolition waste; waste from commercial establishments; and industrial waste. Solid waste disposal sites must obtain permits from the Executive Secretary …

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Section 5: Waste Programs
Utah DEQ Permit Wizard

Progress Meter Any facility that generates or manages solid or hazardous waste is required to notify the US EPA. The State of Utah has authority to oversee this waste management. It is the obligation of the facility to properly characterize their waste and manage it appropriately. DWMRC will provide guidance and information to the facility. …

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