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Hazardous Waste Fee Health and Safety Code

CHAPTER 6.5 HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTROL

Article 10.8. Household Hazardous Waste and Small Quantity Generator Waste*

Section 25218.8

25218.8. Hazardous waste permit requirements. (a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), a hazardous waste facilities permit shall be obtained for the operation of a household hazardous waste collection facility.

(b) A hazardous waste facilities permit is not required for the operation of a recycle-only household hazardous waste collection facility if all of the following conditions are met:

(1) The facility accepts only the following recyclable household hazardous waste materials for subsequent transport to an authorized recycling facility:

(A) Latex paint.

(B) Used oil.

(C) Used oil filters.

(D) Antifreeze.

(E) Spent lead-acid batteries.

(F) Nickel-cadmium, alkaline, carbon-zinc, or other small batteries, if the facility is in compliance with Section 25216.1.

(2) No hazardous wastes or other materials are handled at the facility other than the materials specified in paragraph (1).

(3) The materials are transported to the collection facility by either of the following:

(A) The person who generated the material.

(B) The authorized curbside household hazardous waste collection program.

(4) The materials transported to the facility are transported in accordance with Section 25218.5.

(5) The materials collected are not stored at the facility for more than 180 days, except that less than one ton of spent lead-acid batteries may be stored at the facility for up to one year. More than one ton of spent lead-acid batteries shall not be stored at the facility for more than 180 days.

(6) The materials collected are managed in accordance with the hazardous waste labeling, containerization, emergency response, and personnel training requirements of this chapter.

(7) The facility is in compliance with Section 25218.2.

* Article 10.8 was added by Stats. 1993, Ch. 913, in effect January 1, 1994.