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Hence, coordination between the two is essential. As a result, the proposed process, including the provisions governing interim measures separt conditional remedies, can be used as guidance until promulgation of the final rule.

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The memorandum describes several exceptions to joint permitting that may occur if the State has already issued the draft or final permit. Routine and systematic releases constitute, in effect, manacement of wastes; the arsa at which this activity has taken place can thus reasona ily be considered a solid waste adsr unit. If there are no other 1CM units requirirq a permit, then corrective action for any other solid waste management units will be addressed In the UIC permit.

In qssr S h order or judicial referral, Agency personnel 4965 describe hazardous and solid waste managa1 nt units within the boundary of the facility and hazardous and solid wastes and associated hazardous stituents managed by the facility in addition to information indicating that a release has occurred. N Because deoart permitting progrem cannot wait for a final rule on national priorities, me encourage you to begin setting priorities for corrective action under Section u of RCRA.

I hope that this response had adequately addressed your inquiry. It should be understood that Section The following are our responses to the specific questions which you raised in your letter. See also the Final Codification Th. Site-specific conditions may warrant the use of soil cleanup levels below the ppm level or somewhat above the ppm level. Similar public meetings were heLd tor the other proposed sites, which are located throughout the U. Please see the Dec nber 16, ri rorms in fran 3. The date on which the facility must submit its Part B permit application depends on the type of unit.

Ltting progran is not d. The following response addresses the questions which you have posed: Further, the t facility i. In that memorandum, Fodms requested that you contact each of the environmental commissioners in your Region to inform them of the notice and explain to them the issues involved.


Per example, you may be interested in cleanup experience with specific chemicals e.

The existing technical framework of the CAP affords a flexible approach to determining the number of corrective measure alternatives after the need for correc- tive measures has been established. Where the three parties are unable to agree on the Schedule for corms corrective action activities, these disputes should be referred to Bruce Weddle, Director, Permits and.

Therefore, issuing only the Federal portion of the permit would have no practical impact.

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Based on the responses received from the SWMU letters sent by your offices in Januaryand any other SWMU information summaries you may have already completed in-house, information will be compiled on: Therefore, w did not include in our Part B application any sit. See 40 CFR This memorandum summarizes my understanding of the agreements we reached. Section of the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of provides that persons obtaining RCRA permits must undertake corrective action for all releases of hazardous constituents from any solid waste management unit as a condition of obtaining the RCRA permit.

Th presence of coke fines in the waatevstsr tnflusnt is also important deprt that siz. Scarbrough, Chief Residuals Management Branch, Region IV In your April 23,memo, you asked whether the ground areas at a wood treatment plant that receive drippage from the treated wood are solid waste management units and, therefore, subject depatt the continuing release provisions of HSWA.

I suggested two possible mechanisms: Such a listing say affect the regulatory status of the susp in question. Corrective Action The Hazardous and lid Waste Aner sents of K set forth requ3 r ients for corrective action for continuing releases under u.

Kith rsgard to the priority of post-clooure permits, ve recognise the difficulty in making final dsteruinations on all land disposal applications by November I do not believe that delay of these in c rtant regulations until after the and statutory permitting deadlines would be an environmentally sound derision in light o: In some cases, this drippage may dorms partially collected in troughs or sumps beneath the tracks.

The Agency reserves the right to take any action alleged to be at variance with these policies and proced ires or that is not in i liance with internal office procedures that ray be adopted pursuant to these materials.


Corrective action for media other than ground water norisially takes place after issuance of the permit through permit schedules of compliance. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance. Corrective action requirements to investigate releases from SWMUs, for example, could presumably begin while unrelated portions of the State permit are stayed.

I have also attached talking points which may be useful when you telephone the environmental commissioners. EPA recommends decisions to use existing authorities, waivers, or variances to achieve many of the same objectives as the proposed Subpart S nile CAMU provisions should generally follow the proposed regulatory provisions 55 FR and preamble discussion 55 FR in defining the boundaries of the remedial unit. R subpart C. SWMUs as well as post-closure care activities. Upon discovery of this improper man enent and resultant contamination, the EPA intends to issue a corrective action order under Section h of RCRA.

FRpost-closure permits may be required. For additional inforaation contact Dr. Issues have been raised concerning the role that the bioavailability of lead in various chemical forms and particle siass should play in assessing the health risks posed by exposure to lead in soil. Most of the proposed permit requirements are changes to currently existing requirements and thus cannot be imposed until the changes are final and effective.

EPA may issue a h a ninistrative order to require corrective action or any response r cessary to protect huDan health or the envi nt. The database viii b updated on a regular basis. These permits will also require corrective action under aser CFR asse If you have any further questions concerning this project, please contact Peter Guerrero, Chief Permits Branch, at We agree with you that these areas are solid waste management units, subject to the continuing release and interim status corrective action order requirements of the RCRA amendments.

As promptly as practicable after the date of vepart We will, assume for the purposes of answering your question that the unit accepted dpart waste and is a solid waste management unit. Finally, as part of the EPI, Sup.