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Code of Federal Regulations, Title 40, Protection of Environment, Pt. 190-259, Revised as of July 1, 2016

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Code of Federal Regulations, Title 40, Protection of Environment, Pt. 190-259, Revised as of July 1, 2016
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Code of Federal Regulations, Title 40, Protection of Environment, Pt. 190-259 continues coverage of rules, regulations, and procedures related to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This volume includes information on environmental radiation protection, noise emission standards, ocean dumping of materials, and guidelines for the processing and disposal of solid wastes.

ITEM AVAILABLE DATE 09/23/16.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER F—RADIATION PROTECTION PROGRAMS

PART 190—ENVIRONMENTAL RADIATION PROTECTION STANDARDS FOR NUCLEAR POWER OPERATIONS

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§190.01
Applicability.
§190.02
Definitions.
Subpart B—ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS FOR THE URANIUM FUEL CYCLE

§190.10
Standards for normal operations.
§190.11
Variances for unusual operations.
§190.12
Effective date.

PART 191—ENVIRONMENTAL RADIATION PROTECTION STANDARDS FOR MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL OF SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL, HIGH-LEVEL AND TRANSURANIC RADIOACTIVE WASTES

Subpart A—ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS FOR MANAGEMENT AND STORAGE

§191.01
Applicability.
§191.02
Definitions.
§191.03
Standards.
§191.04
Alternative standards.
§191.05
Effective date.

Subpart B—ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS FOR DISPOSAL

§191.11
Applicability.
§191.12
Definitions.
§191.13
Containment requirements.
§191.14
Assurance requirements.
§191.15
Individual protection requirements.
§191.16
Alternative provisions for disposal.
§191.17
Effective date.

Subpart C—ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS FOR GROUND-WATER PROTECTION

§191.21
Applicability.
§191.22
Definitions.
§191.23
General provisions.
§191.24
Disposal standards.
§191.25
Compliance with other Federal regulations.
§191.26
Alternative provisions.
§191.27
Effective date.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 191—Table for Subpart B
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 191—Calculation of Annual Committed Effective Dose
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 191—Guidance for Implementation of Subpart B

PART 192—HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION STANDARDS FOR URANIUM AND THORIUM MILL TAILINGS

Subpart A—STANDARDS FOR THE CONTROL OF RESIDUAL RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS FROM INACTIVE URANIUM PROCESSING SITES

§192.00
Applicability.
§192.01
Definitions.
§192.02
Standards.
§192.03
Monitoring.
§192.04
Corrective action.
Appendix
Table 1 to Subpart A of Part 192—Maximum Concentration of Constituents for Groundwater Protection

Subpart B—STANDARDS FOR CLEANUP OF LAND AND BUILDINGS CONTAMINATED WITH RESIDUAL RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS FROM INACTIVE URANIUM PROCESSING SITES

§192.10
Applicability.
§192.11
Definitions.
§192.12
Standards.

Subpart C—IMPLEMENTATION

§192.20
Guidance for implementation.
§192.21
Criteria for applying supplemental standards.
§192.22
Supplemental standards.
§192.23
Effective date.

Subpart D—STANDARDS FOR MANAGEMENT OF URANIUM BYPRODUCT MATERIALS PURSUANT TO SECTION 84 OF THE ATOMIC ENERGY ACT OF 1954, AS AMENDED

§192.30
Applicability.
§192.31
Definitions and cross-references.
§192.32
Standards.
§192.33
Corrective action programs.
§192.34
Effective date.
Appendix
Table A to Subpart D of Part 192

Subpart E—STANDARDS FOR MANAGEMENT OF THORIUM BYPRODUCT MATERIALS PURSUANT TO SECTION 84 OF THE ATOMIC ENERGY ACT OF 1954, AS AMENDED

§192.40
Applicability.
§192.41
Provisions.
§192.42
Substitute provisions.
§192.43
Effective date.
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 192—Listed Constituents

PART 194—CRITERIA FOR THE CERTIFICATION AND RE-CERTIFICATION OF THE WASTE ISOLATION PILOT PLANT'S COMPLIANCE WITH THE 40 CFR PART 191 DISPOSAL REGULATIONS

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§194.1
Purpose, scope, and applicability.
§194.2
Definitions.
§194.3
Communications.
§194.4
Conditions of compliance certification.
§194.5
Publications incorporated by reference.
§194.6
Alternative provisions.
§194.7
Effective date.
§194.8
Approval process for waste shipment from waste generator sites for disposal at the WIPP.

Subpart B—COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION AND RE-CERTIFICATION APPLICATIONS

§194.11
Completeness and accuracy of compliance applications.
§194.12
Submission of compliance applications.
§194.13
Submission of reference materials.
§194.14
Content of compliance certification application.
§194.15
Content of compliance re-certification application(s).

Subpart C—COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION AND RE-CERTIFICATION

General Requirements
§194.21
Inspections.
§194.22
Quality assurance.
§194.23
Models and computer codes.
§194.24
Waste characterization.
§194.25
Future state assumptions.
§194.26
Expert judgment.
§194.27
Peer review.
Containment Requirements
§194.31
Application of release limits.
§194.32
Scope of performance assessments.
§194.33
Consideration of drilling events in performance assessments.
§194.34
Results of performance assessments.
Assurance Requirements
§194.41
Active institutional controls.
§194.42
Monitoring.
§194.43
Passive institutional controls.
§194.44
Engineered barriers.
§194.45
Consideration of the presence of resources.
§194.46
Removal of waste.
Individual and Ground-water Protection Requirements
§194.51
Consideration of protected individual.
§194.52
Consideration of exposure pathways.
§194.53
Consideration of underground sources of drinking water.
§194.54
Scope of compliance assessments.
§194.55
Results of compliance assessments.


Subpart D—PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

§194.61
Advance notice of proposed rulemaking for certification.
§194.62
Notice of proposed rulemaking for certification.
§194.63
Final rule for certification.
§194.64
Documentation of continued compliance.
§194.65
Notice of proposed rulemaking for modification or revocation.
§194.66
Final rule for modification or revocation.
§194.67
Dockets.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 194—Certification of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant's Compliance With the 40 CFR Part 191 Disposal Regulations and the 40 CFR Part 194 Compliance Criteria

PART 195—RADON PROFICIENCY PROGRAMS

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§195.1
Purpose and applicability.
§195.2
Definitions.

Subpart B—FEES

§195.20
Fee payments.
§195.30
Failure to remit fee.

PART 197—PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL RADIATION PROTECTION STANDARDS FOR YUCCA MOUNTAIN, NEVADA

Subpart A—PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS FOR STORAGE

§197.1
What does subpart A cover?
§197.2
What definitions apply in subpart A?
§197.3
How is subpart A implemented?
§197.4
What standard must DOE meet?
§197.5
When will this part take effect?

Subpart B—PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS FOR DISPOSAL

§197.11
What does subpart B cover?
§197.12
What definitions apply in subpart B?
§197.13
How is Subpart B implemented?
§197.14
What is a reasonable expectation?
§197.15
How must DOE take into account the changes that will occur during the period of geologic stability?
Individual-Protection Standard
§197.20
What standard must DOE meet?
§197.21
Who is the reasonably maximally exposed individual?
Human-Intrusion Standard
§197.25
What standard must DOE meet?
§197.26
What are the circumstances of the human intrusion?
Ground Water Protection Standards
§197.30
What standards must DOE meet?
§197.31
What is a representative volume?
Additional Provisions
§197.35
[Reserved]
§197.36
Are there limits on what DOE must consider in the performance assessments?
§197.37
Can EPA amend this rule?
§197.38
Are the Individual Protection and Ground Water Protection Standards Severable?
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 197—Calculation of Annual Committed Effective Dose Equivalent

SUBCHAPTER G—NOISE ABATEMENT PROGRAMS

PART 201—NOISE EMISSION STANDARDS FOR TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT; INTERSTATE RAIL CARRIERS

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§201.1
Definitions.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart A of Part 201—Switcher Locomotives

Subpart B—INTERSTATE RAIL CARRIER OPERATIONS STANDARDS

§201.10
Applicability.
§201.11
Standard for locomotive operation under stationary conditions.
§201.12
Standard for locomotive operation under moving conditions.
§201.13
Standard for rail car operations.
§201.14
Standard for retarders.
§201.15
Standard for car coupling operations.
§201.16
Standard for locomotive load cell test stands.

Subpart C—MEASUREMENT CRITERIA

§201.20
Applicability and purpose.
§201.21
Quantities measured.
§201.22
Measurement instrumentation.
§201.23
Test site, weather conditions and background noise criteria for measurement at a 30 meter (100 feet) distance of the noise from locomotive and rail car operations and locomotive load cell test stands.
§201.24
Procedures for measurement at a 30 meter (100 feet) distance of the noise from locomotive and rail car operations and locomotive load cell test stands.
§201.25
Measurement location and weather conditions for measurement on receiving property of the noise of retarders, car coupling, locomotive load cell test stands, and stationary locomotives.
§201.26
Procedures for the measurement on receiving property of retarder and car coupling noise.
§201.27
Procedures for: (1) Determining applicability of the locomotive load cell test stand standard and switcher locomotive standard by noise measurement on a receiving property; (2) measurement of locomotive load cell test stands more than 120 meters (400 feet) on a receiving property.
§201.28
Testing by railroad to determine probable compliance with the standard.

PART 202—MOTOR CARRIERS ENGAGED IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§202.10
Definitions.
§202.11
Effective date.
§202.12
Applicability.

Subpart B—INTERSTATE MOTOR CARRIER OPERATIONS STANDARDS

§202.20
Standards for highway operations.
§202.21
Standard for operation under stationary test.
§202.22
Visual exhaust system inspection.
§202.23
Visual tire inspection.

PART 203—LOW-NOISE-EMISSION PRODUCTS

§203.1
Definitions.
§203.2
Application for certification.
§203.3
Test procedures.
§203.4
Low-noise-emission product determination.
§203.5
Suitable substitute decision.
§203.6
Contracts for low-noise-emission products.
§203.7
Post-certification testing.
§203.8
Recertification.

PART 204—NOISE EMISSION STANDARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§204.1
General applicability.
§204.2
Definitions.
§204.3
Number and gender.
§204.4
Inspection and monitoring.
§204.5
Exemptions.
§204.5-1
Testing exemption.
§204.5-2
National security exemptions.
§204.5-3
Export exemptions.

Subpart B—PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSORS

§204.50
Applicability.
§204.51
Definitions.
§204.52
Portable air compressor noise emission standard.
§204.54
Test procedures.
§204.55
Requirements.
§204.55-1
General standards.
§204.55-2
Requirements.
§204.55-3
Configuration identification.
§204.55-4
Labeling.
§204.56
Testing by the Administrator.
§204.57
Selective enforcement auditing.
§204.57-1
Test request.
§204.57-2
Test compressor sample selection.
§204.57-3
Test compressor preparation.
§204.57-4
Testing.
§204.57-5
Reporting of test results.
§204.57-6
Acceptance and rejection of batches.
§204.57-7
Acceptance and rejection of batch sequence.
§204.57-8
Continued testing.
§204.57-9
Prohibition of distribution in commerce; manufacturer's remedy.
§204.58
In-use requirements.
§204.58-1
Warranty.
§204.58-2
Tampering.
§204.58-3
Instructions for maintenance, use, and repair.
§204.59
Recall of non-complying compressors.
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 204

PART 205—TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT NOISE EMISSION CONTROLS

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§205.1
General applicability.
§205.2
Definitions.
§205.3
Number and gender.
§205.4
Inspection and monitoring.
§205.5
Exemptions.
§205.5-1
Testing exemption.
§205.5-2
National security exemptions.
§205.5-3
Export exemptions.

Subpart B—MEDIUM AND HEAVY TRUCKS

§205.50
Applicability.
§205.51
Definitions.
§205.52
Vehicle noise emission standards.
§205.54
Test procedures.
§205.54-1
Low speed sound emission test procedures.
§205.54-2
Sound data acquisition system.
§205.55
Requirements.
§205.55-1
General requirements.
§205.55-2
Compliance with standards.
§205.55-3
Configuration identification.
§205.55-4
Labeling-compliance.
§205.55-5
Labeling-exterior. [Reserved]
§205.56
Testing by the Administrator.
§205.57
Selective enforcement auditing requirements.
§205.57-1
Test request.
§205.57-2
Test vehicle sample selection.
§205.57-3
Test vehicle preparation.
§205.57-4
Testing procedures.
§205.57-5
Reporting of the test results.
§205.57-6
Acceptance and rejection of batches.
§205.57-7
Acceptance and rejection of batch sequence.
§205.57-8
Continued testing.
§205.57-9
Prohibition on distribution in commerce; manufacturer's remedy.
§205.58
In-use requirements.
§205.58-1
Warranty.
§205.58-2
Tampering.
§205.58-3
Instructions for maintenance, use and repair.
§205.59
Recall of noncomplying vehicles.
Appendix
Appendix I to Subpart B of Part 205

Subpart C—[RESERVED]

Subpart D—MOTORCYCLES

§205.150
Applicability.
§205.151
Definitions.
§205.152
Noise emission standards.
§205.153
Engine displacement.
§205.154
Consideration of alternative test procedures.
§205.155
Motorcycle class and manufacturer abbreviation.
§205.156
[Reserved]
§205.157
Requirements.
§205.157-1
General requirements.
§205.157-2
Compliance with standards.
§205.157-3
Configuration identification.
§205.158
Labeling requirements.
§205.159
Testing by the Administrator.
§205.160
Selective enforcement auditing (SEA) requirements.
§205.160-1
Test request.
§205.160-2
Test sample selection and preparation.
§205.160-3
[Reserved]
§205.160-4
Testing procedures.
§205.160-5
Reporting of the test results.
§205.160-6
Passing or failing under SEA.
§205.160-7
Continued testing.
§205.160-8
Prohibition of distribution in commerce; manufacturer's remedy.
§205.162
In-use requirements.
§205.162-1
Warranty.
§205.162-2
Tampering.
§205.162-3
Instructions for maintenance, use, and repair.
§205.163
Recall of noncomplying motorcycles; relabeling of mislabeled motorcycles.
Appendix
Appendix I to Subparts D-E—Motorcycle Noise Emission Test Procedures [Note]

Subpart E—MOTORCYCLE EXHAUST SYSTEMS

§205.164
Applicability.
§205.165
Definitions.
§205.166
Noise emission standards.
§205.167
Consideration of alternative test procedures.
§205.168
Requirements.
§205.168-1
General requirements.
§205.168-11
Order to cease distribution.
§205.169
Labeling requirements.
§205.170
Testing by the Administrator.
§205.171
Selective enforcement auditing (SEA) requirements.
§205.171-1
Test request.
§205.171-2
Test exhaust system sample selection and preparation.
§205.171-3
Test motorcycle sample selection.
§205.171-6
Testing procedures.
§205.171-7
Reporting of the test results.
§205.171-8
Passing or failing under SEA.
§205.171-9
Continued testing.
§205.171-10
Prohibition on distribution in commerce; manufacturer's remedy.
§205.172
Maintenance of records; submittal of information.
§205.173
In-use requirements.
§205.173-1
Warranty.
§205.173-2
Tampering.
§205.173-3
Warning statement.
§205.173-4
Information sheet.
§205.174
Remedial orders.
Appendix
Appendix I to Subparts D-E of Part 205—Motorcycle Noise Emission Test Procedures
Appendix
Appendix II to Subpart E of Part 205—Sampling Tables

PART 209—RULES OF PRACTICE GOVERNING PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE NOISE CONTROL ACT OF 1972

Subpart A—RULES OF PRACTICE GOVERNING HEARINGS FOR ORDERS ISSUED UNDER SECTION 11(D) OF THE NOISE CONTROL ACT

§209.1
Scope.
§209.2
Use of number and gender.
§209.3
Definitions.
§209.4
Issuance of complaint.
§209.5
Complaint.
§209.6
Answer.
§209.7
Effective date of order in complaint.
§209.8
Submission of a remedial plan.
§209.9
Contents of a remedial plan.
§209.10
Approval of plan, implementation.
§209.11
Filing and service.
§209.12
Time.
§209.13
Consolidation.
§209.14
Motions.
§209.15
Intervention.
§209.16
Late intervention.
§209.17
Amicus curiae.
§209.18
Administrative law judge.
§209.19
Informal settlement and consent agreement.
§209.20
Conferences.
§209.21
Primary discovery (exchange of witness lists and documents).
§209.22
Other discovery.
§209.23
Trade secrets and privileged information.
§209.24
Default order.
§209.25
Accelerated decision; dismissal.
§209.26
Evidence.
§209.27
Interlocutory appeal.
§209.28
Record.
§209.29
Proposed findings, conclusions.
§209.30
Decision of the administrative law judge.
§209.31
Appeal from the decision of the administrative law judge.
§209.32
Review of the administrative law judge's decision in absence of appeal.
§209.33
Decision on appeal or review.
§209.34
Reconsideration.
§209.35
Conclusion of hearing.
§209.36
Judicial review.

PART 210—PRIOR NOTICE OF CITIZEN SUITS

§210.1
Purpose.
§210.2
Service of notice.
§210.3
Contents of notice.

PART 211—PRODUCT NOISE LABELING

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§211.101
Applicability.
§211.102
Definitions.
§211.103
Number and gender.
§211.104
Label content.
§211.105
Label format.
§211.106
Graphical requirements.
§211.107
Label type and location.
§211.108
Sample label.
§211.109
Inspection and monitoring.
§211.110
Exemptions.
§211.110-1
Testing exemption.
§211.110-2
National security exemptions.
§211.110-3
Export exemptions.
§211.111
Testing by the Administrator.

Subpart B—HEARING PROTECTIVE DEVICES

§211.201
Applicability.
§211.202
Effective date.
§211.203
Definitions.
§211.204
Hearing protector labeling requirements.
§211.204-1
Information content of primary label.
§211.204-2
Primary label size, print and color.
§211.204-3
Label location and type.
§211.204-4
Supporting information.
§211.205
Special claims.
§211.206
Methods for measurement of sound attenuation.
§211.206-1
Real ear method.
§211.206-2
Alternative test data.
§§211.206-3—211.206-10
Alternative test methods. [Reserved]
§211.207
Computation of the noise reduction rating (NRR).
§211.208
Export provisions.
§211.210
Requirements.
§211.210-1
General requirements.
§211.210-2
Labeling requirements.
§211.211
Compliance with labeling requirement.
§211.212
Compliance audit testing.
§211.212-1
Test request.
§211.212-2
Test hearing protector selection.
§211.212-3
Test hearing protector preparation.
§211.212-4
Testing procedures.
§211.212-5
Reporting of test results.
§211.212-6
Determination of compliance.
§211.212-7
Continued compliance testing.
§211.212-8
Relabeling requirements.
§211.213
Remedial orders for violations of these regulations.
§211.214
Removal of label.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 211—Compliance Audit Testing Report

SUBCHAPTER H—OCEAN DUMPING

PART 220—GENERAL

§220.1
Purpose and scope.
§220.2
Definitions.
§220.3
Categories of permits.
§220.4
Authorities to issue permits.

PART 221—APPLICATIONS FOR OCEAN DUMPING PERMITS UNDER SECTION 102 OF THE ACT

§221.1
Applications for permits.
§221.2
Other information.
§221.3
Applicant.
§221.4
Adequacy of information in application.
§221.5
Processing fees.

PART 222—ACTION ON OCEAN DUMPING PERMIT APPLICATIONS UNDER SECTION 102 OF THE ACT

§222.1
General.
§222.2
Tentative determinations.
§222.3
Notice of applications.
§222.4
Initiation of hearings.
§222.5
Time and place of hearings.
§222.6
Presiding Officer.
§222.7
Conduct of public hearing.
§222.8
Recommendations of Presiding Officer.
§222.9
Issuance of permits.
§222.10
Appeal to adjudicatory hearing.
§222.11
Conduct of adjudicatory hearings.
§222.12
Appeal to Administrator.
§222.13
Computation of time.

PART 223—CONTENTS OF PERMITS; REVISION, REVOCATION OR LIMITATION OF OCEAN DUMPING PERMITS UNDER SECTION 104(d) OF THE ACT

Subpart A—CONTENTS OF OCEAN DUMPING PERMITS ISSUED UNDER SECTION 102 OF THE ACT

§223.1
Contents of special, emergency, general, and research permits; posting requirements.

Subpart B—PROCEDURES FOR REVISION, REVOCATION OR LIMITATION OF OCEAN DUMPING PERMITS UNDER SECTION 104(D) OF THE ACT

§223.2
Scope of these rules.
§223.3
Preliminary determination; notice.
§223.4
Request for, scheduling and conduct of public hearing; determination.
§223.5
Request for, scheduling and conduct of adjudicatory hearing; determination.

PART 224—RECORDS AND REPORTS REQUIRED OF OCEAN DUMPING PERMITTEES UNDER SECTION 102 OF THE ACT

§224.1
Records of permittees.
§224.2
Reports.

PART 225—CORPS OF ENGINEERS DREDGED MATERIAL PERMITS

§225.1
General.
§225.2
Review of Dredged Material Permits.
§225.3
Procedure for invoking economic impact.
§225.4
Waiver by Administrator.

PART 227—CRITERIA FOR THE EVALUATION OF PERMIT APPLICATIONS FOR OCEAN DUMPING OF MATERIALS

Subpart A—GENERAL

§227.1
Applicability.
§227.2
Materials which satisfy the environmental impact criteria of subpart B.
§227.3
Materials which do not satisfy the environmental impact criteria set forth in subpart B.

Subpart B—ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

§227.4
Criteria for evaluating environmental impact.
§227.5
Prohibited materials.
§227.6
Constituents prohibited as other than trace contaminants.
§227.7
Limits established for specific wastes or waste constituents.
§227.8
Limitations on the disposal rates of toxic wastes.
§227.9
Limitations on quantities of waste materials.
§227.10
Hazards to fishing, navigation, shorelines or beaches.
§227.11
Containerized wastes.
§227.12
Insoluble wastes.
§227.13
Dredged materials.

Subpart C—NEED FOR OCEAN DUMPING

§227.14
Criteria for evaluating the need for ocean dumping and alternatives to ocean dumping.
§227.15
Factors considered.
§227.16
Basis for determination of need for ocean dumping.

Subpart D—IMPACT OF THE PROPOSED DUMPING ON ESTHETIC, RECREATIONAL AND ECONOMIC VALUES

§227.17
Basis for determination.
§227.18
Factors considered.
§227.19
Assessment of impact.

Subpart E—IMPACT OF THE PROPOSED DUMPING ON OTHER USES OF THE OCEAN

§227.20
Basis for determination.
§227.21
Uses considered.
§227.22
Assessment of impact.

Subpart F—[RESERVED]

Subpart G—DEFINITIONS

§227.27
Limiting permissible concentration (LPC).
§227.28
Release zone.
§227.29
Initial mixing.
§227.30
High-level radioactive waste.
§227.31
Applicable marine water quality criteria.
§227.32
Liquid, suspended particulate, and solid phases of a material.

PART 228—CRITERIA FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF DISPOSAL SITES FOR OCEAN DUMPING

§228.1
Applicability.
§228.2
Definitions.
§228.3
Disposal site management responsibilities.
§228.4
Procedures for designation of sites.
§228.5
General criteria for the selection of sites.
§228.6
Specific criteria for site selection.
§228.7
Regulation of disposal site use.
§228.8
Limitations on times and rates of disposal.
§228.9
Disposal site monitoring.
§228.10
Evaluating disposal impact.
§228.11
Modification in disposal site use.
§228.12
[Reserved]
§228.13
Guidelines for ocean disposal site baseline or trend assessment surveys under section 102 of the Act.
§228.14
[Reserved]
§228.15
Dumping sites designated on a final basis.

PART 229—GENERAL PERMITS

§229.1
Burial at sea.
§229.2
Transport of target vessels.
§229.3
Transportation and disposal of vessels.

PART 230—SECTION 404(b)(1) GUIDELINES FOR SPECIFICATION OF DISPOSAL SITES FOR DREDGED OR FILL MATERIAL

Subpart A—GENERAL

§230.1
Purpose and policy.
§230.2
Applicability.
§230.3
Definitions.
§230.4
Organization.
§230.5
General procedures to be followed.
§230.6
Adaptability.
§230.7
General permits.

Subpart B—COMPLIANCE WITH THE GUIDELINES

§230.10
Restrictions on discharge.
§230.11
Factual determinations.
§230.12
Findings of compliance or non-compliance with the restrictions on discharge.

Subpart C—POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM

§230.20
Substrate.
§230.21
Suspended particulates/turbidity.
§230.22
Water.
§230.23
Current patterns and water circulation.
§230.24
Normal water fluctuations.
§230.25
Salinity gradients.

Subpart D—POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM

§230.30
Threatened and endangered species.
§230.31
Fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and other aquatic organisms in the food web.
§230.32
Other wildlife.

Subpart E—POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON SPECIAL AQUATIC SITES

§230.40
Sanctuaries and refuges.
§230.41
Wetlands.
§230.42
Mud flats.
§230.43
Vegetated shallows.
§230.44
Coral reefs.
§230.45
Riffle and pool complexes.

Subpart F—POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON HUMAN USE CHARACTERISTICS

§230.50
Municipal and private water supplies.
§230.51
Recreational and commercial fisheries.
§230.52
Water-related recreation.
§230.53
Aesthetics.
§230.54
Parks, national and historical monuments, national seashores, wilderness areas, research sites, and similar preserves.

Subpart G—EVALUATION AND TESTING

§230.60
General evaluation of dredged or fill material.
§230.61
Chemical, biological, and physical evaluation and testing.

Subpart H—ACTIONS TO MINIMIZE ADVERSE EFFECTS

§230.70
Actions concerning the location of the discharge.
§230.71
Actions concerning the material to be discharged.
§230.72
Actions controlling the material after discharge.
§230.73
Actions affecting the method of dispersion.
§230.74
Actions related to technology.
§230.75
Actions affecting plant and animal populations.
§230.76
Actions affecting human use.
§230.77
Other actions.

Subpart I—PLANNING TO SHORTEN PERMIT PROCESSING TIME

§230.80
Advanced identification of disposal areas.

Subpart J—COMPENSATORY MITIGATION FOR LOSSES OF AQUATIC RESOURCES

§230.91
Purpose and general considerations.
§230.92
Definitions.
§230.93
General compensatory mitigation requirements.
§230.94
Planning and documentation.
§230.95
Ecological performance standards.
§230.96
Monitoring.
§230.97
Management.
§230.98
Mitigation banks and in-lieu fee programs.

PART 231—SECTION 404(c) PROCEDURES

§231.1
Purpose and scope.
§231.2
Definitions.
§231.3
Procedures for proposed determinations.
§231.4
Public comments and hearings.
§231.5
Recommended determination.
§231.6
Administrator's final determinations.
§231.7
Emergency procedure.
§231.8
Extension of time.

PART 232—404 PROGRAM DEFINITIONS; EXEMPT ACTIVITIES NOT REQUIRING 404 PERMITS

§232.1
Purpose and scope of this part.
§232.2
Definitions.
§232.3
Activities not requiring permits.

PART 233—404 STATE PROGRAM REGULATIONS

Subpart A—GENERAL

§233.1
Purpose and scope.
§233.2
Definitions.
§233.3
Confidentiality of information.
§233.4
Conflict of interest.

Subpart B—PROGRAM APPROVAL

§233.10
Elements of a program submission.
§233.11
Program description.
§233.12
Attorney General's statement.
§233.13
Memorandum of Agreement with Regional Administrator.
§233.14
Memorandum of Agreement with the Secretary.
§233.15
Procedures for approving State programs.
§233.16
Procedures for revision of State programs.

Subpart C—PERMIT REQUIREMENTS

§233.20
Prohibitions.
§233.21
General permits.
§233.22
Emergency permits.
§233.23
Permit conditions.

Subpart D—PROGRAM OPERATION

§233.30
Application for a permit.
§233.31
Coordination requirements.
§233.32
Public notice.
§233.33
Public hearing.
§233.34
Making a decision on the permit application.
§233.35
Issuance and effective date of permit.
§233.36
Modification, suspension or revocation of permits.
§233.37
Signatures on permit applications and reports.
§233.38
Continuation of expiring permits.
§233.39
Electronic reporting.

Subpart E—COMPLIANCE EVALUATION AND ENFORCEMENT

§233.40
Requirements for compliance evaluation programs.
§233.41
Requirements for enforcement authority.

Subpart F—FEDERAL OVERSIGHT

§233.50
Review of and objection to State permits.
§233.51
Waiver of review.
§233.52
Program reporting.
§233.53
Withdrawal of program approval.

Subpart G—ELIGIBLE INDIAN TRIBES

§233.60
Requirements for eligibility.
§233.61
Determination of Tribal eligibility.
§233.62
Procedures for processing an Indian Tribe's application.

Subpart H—APPROVED STATE PROGRAMS

§233.70
Michigan.
§233.71
New Jersey.

PART 238—DEGRADABLE PLASTIC RING CARRIERS

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§238.10
Purpose and applicability.
§238.20
Definitions.

Subpart B—REQUIREMENT

§238.30
Requirement.

SUBCHAPTER I—SOLID WASTES

PART 239—REQUIREMENTS FOR STATE PERMIT PROGRAM DETERMINATION OF ADEQUACY

Subpart A—GENERAL

§239.1
Purpose.
§239.2
Scope and definitions.

Subpart B—STATE PROGRAM APPLICATION

§239.3
Components of program application.
§239.4
Narrative description of state permit program.
§239.5
State legal certification.

Subpart C—REQUIREMENTS FOR ADEQUATE PERMIT PROGRAMS

§239.6
Permitting requirements.
§239.7
Requirements for compliance monitoring authority.
§239.8
Requirements for enforcement authority.
§239.9
Intervention in civil enforcement proceedings.

Subpart D—ADEQUACY DETERMINATION PROCEDURES

§239.10
Criteria and procedures for making adequacy determinations.
§239.11
Approval procedures for partial approval.
§239.12
Modifications of state programs.
§239.13
Criteria and procedures for withdrawal of determination of adequacy.

PART 240—GUIDELINES FOR THE THERMAL PROCESSING OF SOLID WASTES

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§240.100
Scope.
§240.101
Definitions.

Subpart B—REQUIREMENTS AND RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES

§240.200
Solid wastes accepted.
§240.200-1
Requirement.
§240.200-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.200-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.201
Solid wastes excluded.
§240.201-1
Requirement.
§240.201-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.201-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.202
Site selection.
§240.202-1
Requirement.
§240.202-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.202-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.203
General design.
§240.203-1
Requirement.
§240.203-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.203-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.204
Water quality.
§240.204-1
Requirement.
§240.204-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.204-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.205
Air quality.
§240.205-1
Requirement.
§240.205-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.205-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.206
Vectors.
§240.206-1
Requirement.
§240.206-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.206-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.207
Aesthetics.
§240.207-1
Requirement.
§240.207-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.207-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.208
Residue.
§240.208-1
Requirement.
§240.208-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.208-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.209
Safety.
§240.209-1
Requirement.
§240.209-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.209-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.210
General operations.
§240.210-1
Requirement.
§240.210-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.210-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§240.211
Records.
§240.211-1
Requirement.
§240.211-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§240.211-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
Appendix
Appendix to Part 240—Recommended Bibliography

PART 241—SOLID WASTES USED AS FUELS OR INGREDIENTS IN COMBUSTION UNITS

Subpart A—GENERAL

§241.1
Purpose.
§241.2
Definitions.

Subpart B—IDENTIFICATION OF NON-HAZARDOUS SECONDARY MATERIALS THAT ARE SOLID WASTES WHEN USED AS FUELS OR INGREDIENTS IN COMBUSTION UNITS

§241.3
Standards and procedures for identification of non-hazardous secondary materials that are solid wastes when used as fuels or ingredients in combustion units.
§241.4
Non-Waste Determinations for Specific Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials When Used as a Fuel.

PART 243—GUIDELINES FOR THE STORAGE AND COLLECTION OF RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, AND INSTITUTIONAL SOLID WASTE


Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§243.100
Scope.
§243.101
Definitions.

Subpart B—REQUIREMENTS AND RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES

§243.200
Storage.
§243.200-1
Requirement.
§243.200-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§243.201
Safety.
§243.201-1
Requirement.
§243.201-2
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§243.202
Collection equipment.
§243.202-1
Requirement.
§243.202-2
Recommended procedures: Design.
§243.202-3
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§243.203
Collection frequency.
§243.203-1
Requirement.
§243.203-2
Recommended procedures: Operations.
§243.204
Collection management.
§243.204-1
Requirement.
§243.204-2
Recommended procedures: Operations.
Appendix
Appendix to Part 243—Recommended Bibliography

PART 246—SOURCE SEPARATION FOR MATERIALS RECOVERY GUIDELINES

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§246.100
Scope.
§246.101
Definitions.

Subpart B—REQUIREMENTS AND RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES

§246.200
High-grade paper recovery.
§246.200-1
Requirements.
§246.200-2
Recommended procedures: High-grade paper recovery from smaller offices.
§246.200-3
Recommended procedures: Market study.
§246.200-4
Recommended procedures: Levels of separation.
§246.200-5
Recommended procedures: Methods of separation and collection.
§246.200-6
Recommended procedures: Storage.
§246.200-7
Recommended procedures: Transportation.
§246.200-8
Recommended procedures: Cost analysis.
§246.200-9
Recommended procedures: Contracts.
§246.200-10
Recommended procedures: Public information and education.
§246.201
Residential materials recovery.
§246.201-1
Requirement.
§246.201-2
Recommended procedures: Newsprint recovery from smaller residential facilities.
§246.201-3
Recommended procedures: Glass, can, and mixed paper separation.
§246.201-4
Recommended procedures: Market study.
§246.201-5
Recommended procedures: Methods of separation and collection.
§246.201-6
Recommended procedures: Transportation to market.
§246.201-7
Recommended procedures: Cost analysis.
§246.201-8
Recommended procedures: Contracts.
§246.201-9
Recommended procedures: Public information and education.
§246.202
Corrugated container recovery.
§246.202-1
Requirement.
§246.202-2
Recommended procedures: Corrugated container recovery from smaller commercial facilities.
§246.202-3
Recommended procedures: Market study.
§246.202-4
Recommended procedures: Methods of separation and storage.
§246.202-5
Recommended procedures: Transportation.
§246.202-6
Recommended procedures: Cost analysis.
§246.202-7
Recommended procedures: Establishment of purchase contract.
§246.203
Reevaluation.
Appendix
Appendix to Part 246—Recommended Bibliography

PART 247—COMPREHENSIVE PROCUREMENT GUIDELINE FOR PRODUCTS CONTAINING RECOVERED MATERIALS

Subpart A—GENERAL

§247.1
Purpose and scope.
§247.2
Applicability.
§247.3
Definitions.
§247.4
Contracting officer requirements.
§247.5
Specifications.
§247.6
Affirmative procurement programs.
§247.7
Effective date.

Subpart B—ITEM DESIGNATIONS

§247.10
Paper and paper products.
§247.11
Vehicular products.
§247.12
Construction products.
§247.13
Transportation products.
§247.14
Park and recreation products.
§247.15
Landscaping products.
§247.16
Non-paper office products.
§247.17
Miscellaneous products.

PART 254—PRIOR NOTICE OF CITIZEN SUITS

§254.1
Purpose.
§254.2
Service of notice.
§254.3
Contents of notice.

PART 255—IDENTIFICATION OF REGIONS AND AGENCIES FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§255.1
Scope and purpose.
§255.2
Definitions.

Subpart B—CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFYING REGIONS AND AGENCIES

§255.10
Criteria for identifying regions.
§255.11
Criteria for identifying agencies.

Subpart C—PROCEDURES FOR IDENTIFYING REGIONS AND AGENCIES

§255.20
Preliminary identification of regions.
§255.21
Local consultation on boundaries.
§255.22
Establishing regional boundaries.
§255.23
Joint identification of agencies.
§255.24
Procedure for identifying interstate regions.
§255.25
Public participation.

Subpart D—RESPONSIBILITIES OF IDENTIFIED AGENCIES AND RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER PROGRAMS

§255.30
Responsibilities established.
§255.31
Integration with other acts.
§255.32
Coordination with other programs.
§255.33
Inclusion of Federal facilities and Native American Reservations.

Subpart E—SUBMISSION AND REVISION OF IDENTIFICATIONS

§255.40
Notification of status.
§255.41
Procedure for revision.

PART 256—GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANS

Subpart A—PURPOSE, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS, DEFINITIONS

§256.01
Purpose and scope of the guidelines.
§256.02
Scope of the State solid waste management plan.
§256.03
State plan submission, adoption, and revision.
§256.04
State plan approval, financial assistance.
§256.05
Annual work program.
§256.06
Definitions.

Subpart B—IDENTIFICATION OF RESPONSIBILITIES; DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDING

§256.10
Requirements.
§256.11
Recommendations.

Subpart C—SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL PROGRAMS

§256.20
Requirements for State legal authority.
§256.21
Requirements for State regulatory powers.
§256.22
Recommendations for State regulatory powers.
§256.23
Requirements for closing or upgrading open dumps.
§256.24
Recommendations for closing or upgrading open dumps.
§256.25
Recommendation for inactive facilities.
§256.26
Requirement for schedules leading to compliance with the prohibition of open dumping.
§256.27
Recommendation for schedules leading to compliance with the prohibition of open dumping.

Subpart D—RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RESOURCE RECOVERY PROGRAMS

§256.30
Requirements.
§256.31
Recommendations for developing and implementing resource conservation and recovery programs.

Subpart E—FACILITY PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION

§256.40
Requirements.
§256.41
Recommendations for assessing the need for facilities.
§256.42
Recommendations for assuring facility development.

Subpart F—COORDINATION WITH OTHER PROGRAMS

§256.50
Requirements.

Subpart G—PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

§256.60
Requirements for public participation in State and substate plans.
§256.61
Requirements for public participation in the annual State work program.
§256.62
Requirements for public participation in State regulatory development.
§256.63
Requirements for public participation in the permitting of facilities.
§256.64
Requirements for public participation in the open dump inventory.
§256.65
Recommendations for public participation.

PART 257—CRITERIA FOR CLASSIFICATION OF SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITIES AND PRACTICES

Subpart A—CLASSIFICATION OF SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITIES AND PRACTICES

§257.1
Scope and purpose.
§257.2
Definitions.
§257.3
Criteria for classification of solid waste disposal facilities and practices.
§257.3-1
Floodplains.
§257.3-2
Endangered species.
§257.3-3
Surface water.
§257.3-4
Ground water.
§257.3-5
Application to land used for the production of food-chain crops (interim final).
§257.3-6
Disease.
§257.3-7
Air.
§257.3-8
Safety.
§257.4
Effective date.

Subpart B—DISPOSAL STANDARDS FOR THE RECEIPT OF CONDITIONALLY EXEMPT SMALL QUANTITY GENERATOR (CESQG) WASTES AT NON-MUNICIPAL NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL UNITS

§257.5
Disposal standards for owners/operators of non-municipal non-hazardous waste disposal units that receive Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) waste.
Location Restrictions
§257.7
[Reserved]
§257.8
Floodplains.
§257.9
Wetlands.
§§257.10-257.12
[Reserved]
§257.13
Deadline for making demonstrations.
Ground-Water Monitoring and Corrective Action
§257.21
Applicability.
§257.22
Ground-water monitoring systems.
§257.23
Ground-water sampling and analysis requirements.
§257.24
Detection monitoring program.
§257.25
Assessment monitoring program.
§257.26
Assessment of corrective measures.
§257.27
Selection of remedy.
§257.28
Implementation of the corrective action program.
§257.29
[Reserved]
Recordkeeping Requirements
§257.30
Recordkeeping requirements.

Subpart C—[RESERVED]

Subpart D—STANDARDS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF COAL COMBUSTION RESIDUALS IN LANDFILLS AND SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS

§257.50
Scope and purpose.
§257.51
Effective date of this subpart.
§257.52
Applicability of other regulations.
§257.53
Definitions.
Location Restrictions
§257.60
Placement above the uppermost aquifer.
§257.61
Wetlands.
§257.62
Fault areas.
§257.63
Seismic impact zones.
§257.64
Unstable areas.
Design Criteria
§257.70
Design criteria for new CCR landfills and any lateral expansion of a CCR landfill.
§257.71
Liner design criteria for existing CCR surface impoundments.
§257.72
Liner design criteria for new CCR surface impoundments and any lateral expansion of a CCR surface impoundment.
§257.73
Structural integrity criteria for existing CCR surface impoundments.
§257.74
Structural integrity criteria for new CCR surface impoundments and any lateral expansion of a CCR surface impoundment.
Operating Criteria
§257.80
Air criteria.
§257.81
Run-on and run-off controls for CCR landfills.
§257.82
Hydrologic and hydraulic capacity requirements for CCR surface impoundments.
§257.83
Inspection requirements for CCR surface impoundments.
§257.84
Inspection requirements for CCR landfills.
Groundwater Monitoring and Corrective Action
§257.90
Applicability.
§257.91
Groundwater monitoring systems.
§257.92
[Reserved]
§257.93
Groundwater sampling and analysis requirements.
§257.94
Detection monitoring program.
§257.95
Assessment monitoring program.
§257.96
Assessment of corrective measures.
§257.97
Selection of remedy.
§257.98
Implementation of the corrective action program.
Closure and Post-Closure Care
§257.100
Inactive CCR surface impoundments.
§257.101
Closure or retrofit of CCR units.
§257.102
Criteria for conducting the closure or retrofit of CCR units.
§257.103
Alternative closure requirements.
§257.104
Post-closure care requirements.
Recordkeeping, Notification, and Posting of Information to the Internet
§257.105
Recordkeeping requirements.
§257.106
Notification requirements.
§257.107
Publicly accessible Internet site requirements.
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 257—Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs)
Appendix
Appendix II to Part 257
Appendix
Appendix III to Part 257—Constituents for Detection Monitoring
Appendix
Appendix IV to Part 257—Constituents for Assessment Monitoring

PART 258—CRITERIA FOR MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS

Subpart A—GENERAL

§258.1
Purpose, scope, and applicability.
§258.2
Definitions.
§258.3
Consideration of other Federal laws.
§258.4
Research, development, and demonstration permits.
§§258.5-258.9
[Reserved]

Subpart B—LOCATION RESTRICTIONS

§258.10
Airport safety.
§258.11
Floodplains.
§258.12
Wetlands.
§258.13
Fault areas.
§258.14
Seismic impact zones.
§258.15
Unstable areas.
§258.16
Closure of existing municipal solid waste landfill units.
§§258.17-258.19
[Reserved]

Subpart C—OPERATING CRITERIA

§258.20
Procedures for excluding the receipt of hazardous waste.
§258.21
Cover material requirements.
§258.22
Disease vector control.
§258.23
Explosive gases control.
§258.24
Air criteria.
§258.25
Access requirements.
§258.26
Run-on/run-off control systems.
§258.27
Surface water requirements.
§258.28
Liquids restrictions.
§258.29
Recordkeeping requirements.
§§258.30-258.39
[Reserved]

Subpart D—DESIGN CRITERIA

§258.40
Design criteria.
§258.41
Project XL Bioreactor Landfill Projects.
§258.42
Approval of site-specific flexibility requests in Indian country.
§§258.43-258.49
[Reserved]

Subpart E—GROUND-WATER MONITORING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION

§258.50
Applicability.
§258.51
Ground-water monitoring systems.
§258.52
[Reserved]
§258.53
Ground-water sampling and analysis requirements.
§258.54
Detection monitoring program.
§258.55
Assessment monitoring program.
§258.56
Assessment of corrective measures.
§258.57
Selection of remedy.
§258.58
Implementation of the corrective action program.
§258.59
[Reserved]

Subpart F—CLOSURE AND POST-CLOSURE CARE

§258.60
Closure criteria.
§258.61
Post-closure care requirements.
§258.62
Approval of site-specific flexibility requests in Indian country.
§§258.63-258.69
[Reserved]

Subpart G—FINANCIAL ASSURANCE CRITERIA

§258.70
Applicability and effective date.
§258.71
Financial assurance for closure.
§258.72
Financial assurance for post-closure care.
§258.73
Financial assurance for corrective action.
§258.74
Allowable mechanisms.
§258.75
Discounting.
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 258—Constituents for Detection Monitoring
Appendix
Appendix II to Part 258—List of Hazardous Inorganic and Organic Constituents

259
[RESERVED]

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