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Nashville, TN 37243-1551
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TDEC's Self Disclosure Policy
Sample Request for Monetary Penalty Waiver
Compliance Advisory Panel
Emerg. Planning & Community Right to Know Act
Energy conservation and efficiency
Hazardous Air Pollutants list
Risk Mgt. Program - Clean Air Act Section 112(r)
Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasures Plan
NESHAP (MACT) standards by affected source category
Hot Mix Asphalt Plants
Processing and Roofing Products Manufacturing
Al, Cu, and Nonferrous Foundries
Ferroalloy Production Facilities
Metal Fabrication and Finishing
Plating and Polishing Paint
Paints and Allied Products Manufacturing
Surface Coating and Paint Stripping
Ready Mix Concrete
Reinforced Plastic Composites
Retail Gasoline Marketers
Risk Management Program
Storm Water Management
Construction: NPDES permit brochure
ECOS: Small Communities
New! Notice to Generators and Waste Handlers: New Federal Uniform Manifest
Beginning September 5, 2006, all hazardous waste handlers are required to use a Federal Uniform Manifest. The Manifests must be obtained from approved registered printers. EPA Hazardous Waste Manifest System and list of approved printers. The State of Tennessee's Notification Requirements and Standards Applicable to Generators of Hazardous Wastes, Rule 1200-1-11-.03, were revised September 2006 and require the new Federal Uniform Manifest.
State and Federal rules require all generators to not offer hazardous waste to transporters who do not have a valid permit. Generators must check before signing and verify that the company name and identification number on the manifest are the same on the hazardous waste transporter permit with the vehicle.
There are environmental regulations that impact your business if you use lamps that contain mercury. A component in the lamps used in the Tanning industry is Mercury. To help reduce the possibility of a chemical release from entering and harming Tennessee’s air and water, a Universal Waste Rule and policy are in place. To assist you in complying with these regulations, please see SBEAP’s presentation regarding Mercury Lamp and Environmental Compliance Workshop. The slides presentation seeks to help small business Tanning operators, and similar businesses that support the industry meet regulatory compliance, help avoid mercury releases, introduce prevention practices and provide compliance options.
Helpful information for non-perc drycleaners concerning recordkeeping and reporting.