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The Agency is considering these issues in the Context of the subtitle D proposal August I appreciate your concern regarding the difficulties which may be encountered in processing the permit application for the Pueblo Army Depot and your raising them to me at this time. The processes prescribing the requirements for public participatioit.

Section avides that the Agency may can e1 ucnitorirtestir and analysis if the ,esence of hazardous waste at a facility c c site at which hazardous waste has been treated, stored or dis reed of may esent a substantial hazard to health or the envirors nt.

For exai ie, the Agency could have sufficient information on the contents formx a Land dia ea1 unit, the design and o ratir. This approach was reviewed and approved by Headquarters for use at the site, based on the adequacy of data due to continuing CDC studies conducted over many years.

We recognise that Colorado has other high priority work invo1vu g land disposal facilities. The high permitting priority tor the nerve agent projects is rerlect. To assist in identifying the eztent to which draft permits and permits under development, as veil as fotms applications, must now be corms, th. Having such internal priorities viii facilitate the ongoing negotiation process for permitting during this interim period.

If I can be of assrr further assistance, please let me know. Phase IV of the ZR? A mei oranJum from John Skinner to the Hazardous asta Division Directors June 14, further interpreted the ter r solid waste management unit to include areas at facilities whicn have become contaminated by routine, systematic and deliberate releases of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents.


The owner or operator of a facility subject to the financial assurance requirements cannot itself be considered a third-party within the meaning of applicable regulations and instruments.

The following considerations are offered to assist you in deciding, on a case-by-case basis, how to proceed. We direct the essputsr to search for and locate formw that contain key words La stitch you are interested. In particular, advice has been sought on when to use a post-closure permit instead of S3O08 h order to compel corrective action at interim status facilities or facilities that have lost interim status.

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SWMUs as well as post-closure care activities. In a S h order or dpart referral, Agency personnel should 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.

This rule makes a distinction between injection wells and infiltration galleries for RCRA treatment and compliance schedules, but does not provide a detailed definition of an infiltration gallery as opposed to an injection well. The deadline for public comment on the EIS ii September 2. Please let me know if you have anything to add to this summary.

This is in response to your January 5, Letter concerning current regulations requiring financial assurance for corrective action beyond facility boundaries. Scarbrough, Chief Residuals Management Branch, Region IV In your April 23,memo, you froms whether the ground areas at a wood treatment plant that receive drippage from the treated wood are solid waste management units and, therefore, subject to the continuing release provisions of HSWA. Section h orders may address releases or potential releases to all medta.

Since Section h unequivocally authorizes EPA to address releases fran units, the order or i 1aint should establish sate link betweer? At the moment we are considering the latter approach. There may be some facilities, however, which are scheduled to receive draft permits in the next several iicnths i.

These residuals, however, are definitely solid wastes.

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The concept of a solid waste management unit haE been explained in various guidances since the passage of the Hazardous and Solid! Director Office of bolid vaats Har ioua baste Division Directors. Please resolve the regulatory status of thsse facilities by liove. We expect to be issuing guidance to the Regions and States addressing the specific issues which you have raised, and others, in the future.


However, I want to stress that we should proceed, in close cooperation with the States, to process Federal facility permit applications, including correc- tive action where required. Section h r ains applicable to releases fran underground tanks containing hazardous or solid waste subject to Subtitle C provisions. This approach on alternative selection was clarified on February 3,at a meeting between OSW staff and several of your staff in Atlanta. Per example, you may be interested in cleanup experience with specific chemicals e.

Your question is not entirely clear, however, in terms of what unite are leaking and their permitting status. Therefore, in implementing correc- tive action under Section uRegions and states shoul3 consider areas which have become contaminated through routine and syste natic releases of hazardous wastes or hazardous constit- uents to Ce solii waste mana emer t units.

Congress criticized -this approach as too sl and too limited, ver, and created the interim status corrective action authority to deal directly with an ongoing enviWlllantal problen at interim status facilities.

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I believe that the CAP provides the flexibility to alleviate these concerns. CAMLJs may be particularly useful for specific remedial activities such as consolidation of units or contaminated surficial soils.

We agree with you asst these areas are solid waste management units, subject to the continuing fodms and interim status corrective action order requirements of the RCRA amendments. This guidance is presented to clarify the use of the CAMU concept prior to final regulations.