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Hazardous Waste Generators and Transporters and Facilities

Keeping Track Using Logs

Your generator category (CESQG, SQG, LQG) will determine whether and how you keep track of daily or weekly inspections that YOU perform at your facility. If you transport waste off-site, you are also responsible for properly manifesting the hazardous waste. To help you, here are sample log sheets that you can print and use at your facility. They are samples only and you may alter them to fit your needs.

If you are a CESQG - You are not required to inspect your hazardous waste container area for compliance with the NJAC 26G-6 rules.

If you are a SQG - You are required to inspect your hazardous waste containers weekly. Reference 40 CFR 265.174 for specific requirements. If you store in tanks, you are required to inspect on a daily/weekly schedule.

If you are a LQG - You are required to inspect your hazardous waste containers weekly. Reference 40 CFR 265.174 for specific requirements. If you store in tanks, you are required to inspect on a daily/bimonthly and yearly schedule and keep a log of these inspections. The log sheet must be available to a DEP inspector. You can use this log as proof that you have performed required inspections.

TSDF Signed Manifest Tracking Log
Use this log sheet to keep track of how your manifested hazardous waste is routed to the final destination. See 40 CFR 262.42 (a) and (b) for specific requirements.
Questions about manifests may be directed to the Manifest and Medical Waste Generating Registration Unit.
Container Storage Area Inspection Log
Keep this log up to date and onsite. This log will demonstrate that you are performing inspections of your container area to a DEP inspector. The log may also serve as a mechanism to prompt corrective actions, ie. get a leaking drum fixed.
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