Monthly US EPA RCRA / Superfund Hotline Report for January 2004

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EPA530-R-04-003a
MONTHLY CALL CENTER REPORT
January 2004
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               RCRA, 

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This report is prepared and submitted in support of Contract No. 68-W-01-020.
                                
                                
Scott Maid, Project Officer
Judi Kane, Deputy Project Officer


U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency


Washington
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DC
  
20460

 
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
 
In the event of a hazardous waste spill, what are the
responsibilities of an emergency coordinator under RCRA?
 
The emergency coordinator is responsible for coordinating all
emergency response procedures at a RCRA facility and has the
authority and control of resources to carry out the contingency
plan.  As a result, the emergency coordinator must be thoroughly
familiar with all aspects of the facility's contingency plan, all
operations and activities at the facility, the characteristics
and location of the wastes handled, the location of all facility
records, and the facility layout.  Finally, the coordinator must
be an employee who is either on the facility premises or on call
and able to respond quickly to an emergency situation (40 CFR
Section 264/265.55).
 
Does a waste derived from a hazardous waste listed solely for
exhibiting a characteristic of ignitability, corrosivity, and/or
reactivity remain a hazardous waste when it no longer exhibits a
hazardous waste characteristic?
 
A solid waste derived from a hazardous waste listed solely for
exhibiting a characteristic of ignitability, corrosivity, and/or
reactivity is not a hazardous waste when it no longer exhibits
any characteristic of hazardous waste (40 CFR Section
261.3(g)(2)(ii)).  However, a waste listed solely for exhibiting
the characteristic of ignitability, corrosivity, and/or
reactivity that exhibits the characteristic at the point of
generation and subsequently loses the characteristic is still
subject to the land disposal restrictions requirements in Part
268 (66 FR 27266; May 16, 2001).
 
Are transporters of universal waste required to have an EPA
identification number?
 
There is no regulatory citation in 40 CFR Part 273, Subpart D,
that requires a universal waste transporter to have an EPA
identification number; however, state requirements may be more
stringent.
 
When conducting a CERCLA removal action the lead agency is
required to establish at least one local information repository
at or near the location of the response action (40 CFR Section
300.415(n)(3)(iii)).  What must the information repository
contain?
 
The information repository should contain information made
available to the public, and all items in the repository must be
available for public inspection and copying.  Furthermore, an
administrative record file established pursuant to Part 300,
Subpart I, for all removal actions must be available for public
inspection in at least one of the repositories.  The lead agency
is required to inform the public of the establishment of the
information repository and provide notice of availability of the
administrative record file for public review (Section
300.415(n)(3)(iii)).
 
Is a National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)
permit required for an on-site response action at a CERCLA site?
 
On-site response actions conducted pursuant to CERCLA Sections
104, 106, 120, 121, or 122 do not require federal, state, or
local permits (40 CFR Section 300.400(e)(1)).  However, an on-
site response action must comply with the substantive (e.g., any
federal or state standard, requirement, criteria, or limitation)
parts of a requirement that would normally apply to a permitted
activity (CERCLA Section 121(e)(1)).  A permit may be required
for any response action performed off site (Section
300.400(e)(2)).
 
Owners or operators of facilities are required to provide initial
written notification and follow-up notification after a
continuous release as described in 40 CFR Section 302.8.   Are
facilities able to use the EPCRA Section 313 form in lieu of an
initial written notification or follow-up notification?
 
Facility owners and operators can submit to the appropriate EPA
Regional Office a copy of the EPCRA Section 313 form submitted
the previous July 1 in lieu of an initial written report or a
follow-up report provided that they also include: the population
density within a one-mile radius of the facility or vessel, the
identity and location of sensitive populations and ecosystems
within a one-mile radius of the facility or vessel, and specific
chemical information for each hazardous substance release (40 CFR
Section 302.8(j)).
 
 
CALL CENTER QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
 
RCRA
 
1.  Application of LDR to Delisted Wastes
 
 An electroplating facility generates a wastewater treatment
sludge that meets the F006 listing description in 40 CFR Section
261.31 and accumulates it on site in accordance with the Part 262
generator requirements.  However, the generator demonstrates that
the F006 sludge does not contain any of the Part 261, Appendix
VII constituents for which it is listed (i.e., cadmium,
hexavalent chromium, nickel, and cyanide).  Additionally, the
waste does not exhibit a hazardous waste characteristic and is
not hazardous for any other reason.  Thus, the generator applies
for and is granted a site-specific delisting for the F006 sludge
per Section 260.22.  Must the generator comply with the land
disposal restrictions (LDR) requirements before disposing of the
delisted waste?
 
 The generator must comply with the LDR requirements before
disposing of the delisted waste because LDR attaches at the point
of generation.  A delisting only absolves the generator from his
obligation of handling the waste as hazardous.  If a particular
hazardous waste is eligible for a delisting and is granted the
delisting prior to generation, then LDR requirements would not
apply.  Conversely, if a waste is generated and subsequently
delisted, the generator would need to comply with the applicable
Part 268 requirements before disposal.
 
 Although the generator of the wastewater treatment sludge
remains subject to LDR, he or she may file a petition to receive
a variance from the LDR requirements per Sections 268.42(b) or
268.44.  For example, the generator may receive a variance from a
treatment standard if he or she demonstrates that the waste
cannot be treated to the specified LDR treatment standard levels
because its physical or chemical properties differ significantly
from the waste used to establish the LDR treatment standard
(Section 268.44).
 
2.  Amount of Waste Generated per Month Determines Generator Status
 
 An individual generates 75 kg of non-acutely hazardous waste
each month from January to November.  Instead of shipping this
waste off site for disposal, the generator accumulates the waste
on site in containers.  In December, the generator produces an
additional 75 kg of non-acutely hazardous waste and hires a
transporter to ship a total of 900 kg off site for treatment and
disposal.  Is this generator subject to the conditionally exempt
small quantity generator (CESQG) requirements or the small
quantity generator (SQG) regulations during the month of
December?
 
 This generator is subject to the CESQG regulations during the
month of December because it generated no more than 100 kg of non-
acutely hazardous waste in that month and accumulated no more
than 1,000 kg of non-acutely hazardous waste on site at any one
time (40 CFR Section 261.5).  Generator status is based upon the
amount of waste generated per calendar month and the total amount
accumulated on site at any one time.  The amount of waste shipped
off site at any one time does not affect generator status,
provided the waste is shipped off site prior to exceeding
accumulation limits.  If the generator accumulates more than a
total of 1,000 kg of hazardous waste on site at any one time,
then it would be subject to all provisions applicable to SQGs,
including the Section 262.34(d) accumulation standards.
 
 In addition, this individual can generate 1 kg or less of
acutely hazardous waste per calendar month and remain subject to
the reduced CESQG regulations for the acutely hazardous waste,
provided that no more than 1 kg of acutely hazardous waste is
accumulated on site at any one time.  If the amount generated or
accumulated on site exceeds these thresholds, then all of the
acutely hazardous waste would be subject to full regulation as
applicable to large quantity generators (Section 261.5(e)).
 
3.  Contaminated Media and Debris from Residential Heating Oil Tanks
 
 Petroleum-contaminated media and debris are excluded from RCRA
Subtitle C regulation when they exhibit the toxicity
characteristic for D018 through D043 and are subject to the
corrective action regulations in Part 280 (40 CFR Section
261.4(b)(10)).  If a heating oil underground storage tank (UST)
that stores petroleum for consumptive use by residents leaks and
contaminates the soil around it, are the petroleum-contaminated
media and debris eligible for the regulatory exclusion in Section
261.4(b)(10)?
 
 An UST that stores heating oil for consumptive use on the
premises where stored is not covered under the exclusion for
petroleum-contaminated media and debris in Section 261.4(b)(10)
because it does not meet the definition of an UST in Section
280.12 and is therefore not regulated under Part 280.  Moreover,
contaminated media and debris from a residential UST are not
regulated under Subtitle C because they are considered "household
wastes" as described in Section 261.4(b)(1) (58 FR 8504, 8505;
February 12, 1993).
 
 
NEW PUBLICATIONS
 
How to order.
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NTIS, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA  22161.  Use the NTIS
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RCRA
 
TITLE: New Information about Disposing of Medical Sharps
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2003
EPA ORDER NO.: EPA530-F-98-025C
AVAILABILITY: Internet Only
URL: www.epa.gov/epaoswer/other/medical/errata.pdf
 
This document discusses alternative disposal methods for used
needles and other medical sharps and explains how the improper
management of these types of waste can pose a health risk to the
public and waste workers.
 
TITLE: Tribal Waste Journal.  Alaska Villages Chart Their Own
Course toward Solid Waste Solutions
PUBLICATION DATE: February 2004
EPA ORDER NO.: EPA530-N-03-005
AVAILABILITY: Internet Only
URL: www.epa.gov/epaoswer/non-hw/tribal/pdftxt/twj-3.pdf
 
This journal is an important communication tool of the Resource
Conservation Challenge (RCC).  Specifically, this issue deals
with several Alaskan villages that have overcome obstacles
associated with solid waste management.
 
CERCLA
 
TITLE: Guidance for Developing Ecological Soil Screening Levels
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2003
OSWER DIRECTIVE: 9285.7-55
AVAILABILITY: Internet Only
URL: www.epa.gov/ecotox/ecossl/SOPs.htm
 
This document describes the process used to derive a set of risk-
based ecological soil screening levels (Eco-SSLs) for many of the
soil contaminants that are frequently of ecological concern for
plants and animals at hazardous waste sites and provides guidance
for their use.
 
TITLE: Ecological Soil Screening Level for Aluminum Interim Final
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2003
OSWER DIRECTIVE: 9285.7-60
AVAILABILITY: Internet Only
URL: www.epa.gov/ecotox/ecossl/index.html
 
This document provides the Eco-SSL for aluminum and the
documentation for its derivation.  This guidance is designed to
communicate the national policy on identifying aluminum
concentrations in soil that may present unacceptable ecological
risks to terrestrial receptors.
 
TITLE: Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Antimony Interim
Final
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2003
OSWER DIRECTIVE: 9285.7-61
AVAILABILITY: Internet Only
URL: www.epa.gov/ecotox/ecossl/index.html
 
This document provides the Eco-SSLs for antimony and the
documentation for their derivation.  This guidance is designed to
communicate the national policy on identifying antimony
concentrations in soil that may present unacceptable ecological
risks to terrestrial receptors.
 
TITLE: Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Barium Interim Final
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2003
OSWER DIRECTIVE: 9285.7-63
AVAILABILITY: Internet Only
URL: www.epa.gov/ecotox/ecossl/index.html
 
This document provides the Eco-SSLs for barium and the
documentation for their derivation.  This guidance is designed to
communicate the national policy on identifying barium
concentrations in soil that may present unacceptable ecological
risks to terrestrial receptors.
 
TITLE: Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Beryllium Interim Final
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2003
OSWER DIRECTIVE: 9285.7-64
AVAILABILITY: Internet Only
URL: www.epa.gov/ecotox/ecossl/index.html
 
This document provides the Eco-SSLs for beryllium and the
documentation for their derivation.  This guidance is designed to
communicate the national policy on identifying beryllium
concentrations in soil that may present unacceptable ecological
risks to terrestrial receptors.
 
TITLE: Ecological Soil Screening Levels for Cobalt Interim Final
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2003
OSWER DIRECTIVE: 9285.7-67
AVAILABILITY: Internet Only
URL: www.epa.gov/ecotox/ecossl/index.html
 
This document provides the Eco-SSLs for cobalt and the
documentation for their derivation.  This guidance is designed to
communicate the national policy on identifying cobalt
concentrations in soil that may present unacceptable ecological
risks to terrestrial receptors.
 
TITLE: Ecological Soil Screening Level for Iron Interim Final
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2003
OSWER DIRECTIVE: 9285.7-69
AVAILABILITY: Internet Only
URL: www.epa.gov/ecotox/ecossl/index.html
 
This document provides the Eco-SSL for iron and the documentation
for its derivation.  This guidance is designed to communicate the
national policy on identifying iron concentrations in soil that
may present unacceptable ecological risks to terrestrial
receptors.
 
 
FEDERAL REGISTERS
 
Availability
You may order copies of all major RCRA, Superfund & EPCRA
Federal Registers by calling the Call Center.
 
RCRA, Superfund & EPCRA National Toll-Free No.: (800) 424-9346
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                     Electronic Availability
  Federal Registers from October 1994 to the present related to
 the Call Center's program areas are accessible via the Internet
                    at: www.epa.gov/fedrgstr
 
For RCRA/UST and selected CERCLA Federal Registers, choose: Waste.
For selected EPCRA Federal Registers, choose: Toxic Release Inventory.
For CAA Section 112(r) Federal Registers, choose: Air.
                                
                                
FINAL RULES
 
RCRA
 
"Pennsylvania: Final Authorization of State Hazardous Waste
Management Program Revision"
January 20, 2004 (69 FR 2674)
 
 Pennsylvania applied for final authorization of changes to its
hazardous waste program under RCRA Section 3006(b), 42 U.S.C.
6926(b).  EPA determined that these changes satisfy all
requirements needed to qualify for final authorization and
authorized Pennsylvania's changes through this rule.  The final
authorization becomes effective on March 22, 2004, unless EPA
receives adverse comments by February 19, 2004.
 
CERCLA
 
"National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency
Plan; National Priorities List"
January 13, 2004 (69 FR 1923)
 
 EPA announced the deletion of the Poamoho section of the Del
Monte Corporation (Oahu Plantation) Superfund Site from the
National Priorities List (NPL).  This partial deletion is
effective January 13, 2004.
 
"National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency
Plan; National Priorities List"
January 15, 2004 (69 FR 2304)
 
 EPA announced the deletion of the Selected Perimeter Area of the
Rocky Mountain Arsenal Site from the NPL.  This partial deletion
is effective January 15, 2004.
 
"National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency
Plan; National Priorities List"
January 15, 2004 (69 FR 2306)
 
 EPA announced the deletion of the Surface Deletion Area of the
Rocky Mountain Arsenal Site from the NPL.  This partial deletion
is effective January 15, 2004.
 
"National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency
Plan; National Priorities List"
January 28, 2004 (69 FR 4077)
 
 EPA announced the deletion of the Tyler Refrigeration Pit
Superfund Site from the NPL.  This direct final deletion will be
effective March 29, 2004, unless EPA receives adverse comments by
February 27, 2004.
 
"National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency
Plan; National Priorities List"
January 29, 2004 (69 FR 4249)
 
 EPA announced the partial deletion of the Hubbell/Tamarack City
parcel of Operable Unit I of the Torch Lake Superfund Site from
the NPL.  This direct final partial deletion will be effective
March 29, 2004, unless EPA receives adverse comments by March 1,
2004.
 
"National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency
Plan; National Priorities List Update"
January 29, 2004 (69 FR 4253)
 
 EPA announced the deletion of the River Road Landfill Site from
the NPL.  This deletion is effective January 29, 2004.
 
PROPOSED RULES
 
RCRA
 
"Hazardous Waste Management System; Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste; Dyes and/or Pigments Production Wastes; Land
Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wastes; CERCLA
Hazardous Substance Designation and Reportable Quantities;
Designation of Five Chemicals as Appendix VIII Constituents;
Addition of Five Chemicals to the Treatment Standards of F039
and the Universal Treatment Standards"
January 8, 2004 (69 FR 1319)
 
EPA announced several corrections to the proposed rule
"Hazardous Waste Management System; Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste; Dyes and/or Pigments Production Wastes; Land
Disposal Restrictions for Newly Identified Wastes; CERCLA
Hazardous Substance Designation and Reportable Quantities;
Designation of Five Chemicals as Appendix VIII Constituents;
Addition of Five Chemicals to the Treatment Standards of F039 and
the Universal Treatment Standards" originally published in the
Federal Register on November 25, 2003 (68 FR 66165).
 
"Pennsylvania: Final Authorization of State Hazardous Waste
Management Program Revision"
January 20, 2004 (69 FR 2696)
 
 EPA proposed to grant final authorization to the hazardous waste
program revisions submitted by the State of Pennsylvania.  EPA
authorized the state's changes as a direct final rule without
prior proposal in the final rules section (69 FR 2674; January
20, 2004).  The direct final rule provides a detailed rationale
for authorization.  Unless adverse comments are received by
February 19, 2004, the final rule will become effective March 22,
2004.
 
"Hazardous Waste Management System: Identification and Listing of
Hazardous Waste: Conditional Exclusions From Hazardous Waste and
Solid Waste for Solvent-Contaminated Industrial Wipes; Extension
of Comment Period"
January 30, 2004 (69 FR 4463)
 
 EPA extended the end of the comment period for the proposed rule
entitled "Proposed Conditional Exclusions from Hazardous and
Solid Waste for Solvent Contaminated Industrial Wipes'' (68 FR
65586; November 20, 2003) from February 18, 2004, until March 19,
2004.
 
CERCLA
 
"National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency
Plan; National Priorities List"
January 28, 2004 (69 FR 4096)
 
 EPA announced its intent to delete the Tyler Refrigeration Pit
Superfund Site from the NPL and requested public comments on this
notice of intent.  Comments must be received by February 27,
2004.
 
"National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency
Plan; National Priorities List"
January 29, 2004 (69 FR 4270)
 
 EPA announced its intent to delete the Hubbell/Tamarack City
parcel of Operable Unit I of the Torch Lake Superfund Site from
the NPL and requested public comments on this notice of partial
deletion.  Comments must be received by March 1, 2004.
 
NOTICES
 
RCRA
 
"Agency Information Collection Activities OMB Responses"
January 5, 2004 (69 FR 338)
 
 This document announced the Office of Management and Budget
(OMB) responses to Agency clearance requests, in compliance with
the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.).
Specifically, Information Collection Request (ICR) Number
1381.07, "Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements for Solid
Waste Disposal Facilities and Practices," was approved on
November 24, 2004.  This ICR, OMB Number 2050-0122, expires
November 30, 2006.
 
"Science Advisory Board Staff Office; Notification of Upcoming
Science Advisory Board Meetings of the Multimedia, Multipathway,
and Multireceptor Risk Assessment (3MRA) Modeling System Panel"
January 6, 2004 (69 FR 657)
 
 EPA's Science Advisory Board (SAB) Staff Office announced that
public teleconferences of the Multimedia, Multipathway, and
Multireceptor Risk Assessment (3MRA) Modeling System Panel will
be held from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM EST on January 16, February 6,
and February 27, 2004.
 
"Agency Information Collection Activities: Proposed Collection;
Comment Request; Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements under
EPA's WasteWise Program; EPA ICR Number 1698.05, OMB Control
Number 2050-0139"
January 13, 2004 (69 FR 1977)
 
 EPA announced that it is planning to submit the following ICR to
OMB for review and approval: "Reporting and Recordkeeping
Requirements under EPA's WasteWise Program," ICR Number 1698.05,
OMB Control Number 2050-0139.  The current expiration date for
this ICR is May 31, 2004.  Comments must be received by March 15,
2004.
 
CERCLA
 
"National Advisory Council for Environmental Policy and
Technology (NACEPT) Superfund Subcommittee Meeting"
January 16, 2004 (69 FR 2595)
 
 EPA announced that the Superfund Subcommittee of NACEPT will
meet on February 11 and 12, 2004, in Arlington, Virginia.  The
meetings are open to the public.
 
"Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission to OMB for
Review and Approval; Comment Request; National Oil and Hazardous
Substances Pollution Contingency Plan Regulation, Subpart J, EPA
ICR Number 1664.05, OMB Control Number 2050-0141"
January 22, 2004 (69 FR 3134)
 
 EPA announced that the following ICR has been forwarded to OMB
for review and approval: "National Oil and Hazardous Substances
Pollution Contingency Plan Regulation, Subpart J," ICR Number
1664.05, OMB Control Number 2050-0141.  The current expiration
date for this ICR is January 31, 2004.  Comments must be
submitted on or before February 23, 2004.
 
ALL PROGRAMS
 
"Agency Information Collection Activities OMB Responses"
January 27, 2004 (69 FR 3912)
 
 EPA announced OMB responses to Agency clearance requests, in
compliance with the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. 3501 et
seq.).  Specifically, ICR Number 1353.07, "Land Disposal
Restrictions No-Migration Variances," was approved December 16,
2003.  This ICR, OMB Number 2050-0062, expires December 31, 2006.
Also, ICR Number 1981.02, "Distribution of Off-Site Consequence
Analysis Information under Section 112(r)(7)(H) of the Clean Air
Act" was approved December 15, 2003.  This ICR, OMB Number 2050-
0172, expires December 31, 2006.  In addition, the expiration
date for ICR Number 1572.05, "Hazardous Waste Specific Unit
Requirements and Special Waste Processes and Types," was extended
December 22, 2003.  This ICR, OMB Number 2050-0062, expires March
31, 2004.  Finally, OMB filed a comment on ICR Number 1656.10,
"Risk Management Program Requirements and Petitions to Modify the
List of Regulated Substances under Section 112(r) of the Clean
Air Act (Proposed Rule)" on December 15, 2003.
 
SETTLEMENTS AND CONSENT ORDERS
 
"Consent Decree; United States v. The City of Corpus Christi"
January 2, 2004 (69 FR 106)
 
"Consent Decree; United States v. City of Hastings, Concrete
Industries, Inc., Cooperative Producers, Inc., Desco
Corporation, Dutton-Lainson Company, Dravo Corporation, and
Morrison Enterprises"
January 2, 2004 (69 FR 106)
 
"Proposed Administrative Settlement; Grant Warehouse Time-
Critical Removal Site"
January 5, 2004 (69 FR 343)
 
"Consent Decree; United States v. Saunders Supply Company, et
al."
January 7, 2004 (69 FR 938)
 
"Consent Decree; United States v. Stepan Company"
January 7, 2004 (69 FR 938)
 
"Consent Decree; United States v. Winitsky Associates"
January 7, 2004 (69 FR 938)
 
"Proposed Administrative Settlement; General Oil Site"
January 9, 2004 (69 FR 1586)
 
"Proposed Administrative Settlement; Service Waste, Inc. Site"
January 13, 2004 (69 FR 1979)
 
"Proposed Settlement Agreement; National Steel Corporation Sites"
January 15, 2004 (69 FR 2362)
 
"Proposed Agreement; Bargaineer's Center Superfund Site"
January 16, 2004 (69 FR 2595)
 
"Proposed Administrative Settlement; Liquid Dynamics Site"
January 16, 2004 (69 FR 2596)
 
"Proposed Administrative Agreement; 

Brunswick

Wood Preserving
Superfund Site"
January 22, 2004 (69 FR 3144)
 
"Proposed Administrative Agreement; Morgan Materials, Inc.
Superfund Site"
January 22, 2004 (69 FR 3144)
 
"Proposed Settlement Agreement; 

East

Walker

River

"
January 23, 2004 (63 FR 3390)
 
"Proposed Administrative Settlement; NL Industries (Taracorp)
Site"
January 26, 2004 (69 FR 3583)
 
"Proposed Administrative Settlements; Frontier Hard Chrome
Superfund Site"
January 27, 2004 (69 FR 3917)
 
"Proposed Administrative Settlement; Malvern TCE Superfund Site"
January 30, 2004 (69 FR 4515)
 
 
 

 

 

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