Does Your Facility Have to Comply with SB 14? California’s SB 14, the Hazardous Waste Source Reduction and Management Review Act of 1989, requires that large quantity hazardous waste generators evaluate source reduction opportunities, develop a Plan to reduce hazardous waste, and report on accomplishments every four years – 2015 is a reporting year. Facilities that generate over 12,000 kilograms of hazardous waste (RCRA and non-RCRA state waste), or 12 kilograms of extremely hazardous waste are required to develop and maintain three different documents related to waste management. The documents are (1) The Plan, (2) The Performance Report and (3) The Summary Progress Report. These documents are focused on self-assessment of operations and identification of opportunities to reduce waste generation. The regulation requires them all to be updated this year.
All forms need to be completed by September 1, 2015 and available for review upon regulatory site inspection or audit. While this is a compliance requirement, it is also an opportunity to identify cost savings for your operations. Our team of experts in compliance and waste reduction are here to help. We can determine if you are exempt from reporting under the requirements. If you are not exempt, we can assess and identify your waste reduction opportunities, prepare the compliance documents, and support your facility in securing both waste and cost savings. We keep our clients in compliance, as well as, develop operational efficiencies that reduce energy, water, and waste costs.
For additional information, please contact us:
Jon Barkman, Project Manager (Jonathan.email@example.com) 562-495-5777
Charles Liou, Senior Associate (Charles.firstname.lastname@example.org) 562-495-5777