Hazardous Waste Forms and Checklists

RCRA Subtitle C Site Identification Form (EPA Form 8700-12)

 

RULES

Federal Hazardous Waste Codes are found in 40 CFR 261 Subpart C (40 CFR 261.20 – 24) and Subpart D (40 CFR 261.30 – 33) or by characteristic (Subpart C) or by listing (Subpart D).

DISPOSAL PLAN NECESSARY?

In Oklahoma, large quantity generators must obtain a Disposal Plan (see below).

Small quantity generators do not need to obtain a Disposal Plan but must pay a reduced Monitoring and Inspection fee of $25.00.

WHERE TO SEND?

Completed forms should be sent to Disposal Plans and Notification.

ALL FEES should accompany the form(s) along with a check or money order, made out to DEQ, and be mailed to:

DEQ Finance, ATTN: Accounts Receivable, P.O. Box 2036, Oklahoma City, OK 73101-2036.

Or to pay over the phone call the DEQ Accounts Receivable Help Desk at (405) 702-1130.


Disposal Plan Application

Please Note
Effective October 1, 2014 applications must use the current application form.

ALL changes to disposal plans MUST BE on one of these forms.

Submissions on the old form will be rejected.

Fee Requirement
Effective Jan 1, 2015 all submissions MUST be accompanied by payment.
Disposal Plan Requirement
A disposal plan is required for all LQG’s located in Oklahoma as well as out-of-state LQG’s shipping to Oklahoma.

COMPLETED FORMS and related fees should be made out to DEQ and sent to:

DEQ Finance, ATTN: Accounts Receivable, P.O. Box 2036, Oklahoma City, OK 73101-2036.

Or to pay over the phone call the DEQ Accounts Receivable Help Desk at (405) 702-1130.


Hazardous Waste Transporter Registration

  • As of July 1, 2000, the Department of Environmental Quality no longer registers Hazardous Waste Transporters.
  • This duty is now performed by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC).
  • DEQ will continue to enforce 40 CFR Part 263 as well as the remaining parts of the Oklahoma Administrative Code dealing with transportation (OAC 252:205-7-2 through 252:205-7-4).

The contact person at OCC is Sherri Hensler, (405) 521-2915.


Hazardous Waste Quarterly Report

Required of all Oklahoma LQG’s
If you need to revise previously submitted report write REVISED by the EPA ID No.

Send completed forms to DEQ Attention: Kevin Courtney


Hazardous Waste Monthly Report

Required of all permitted TSD Facilities

Send completed forms to DEQ, Attention: Carol Bartlett


Part A Application (EPA Form 8700-23)

EPA Hazardous Waste Permit Application Part A Form (EPA Form 8700-23) and Form Instructions

If you need to look up the NAICS code for your facility, CLICK HERE. This form cannot be completed using Acrobat Reader and is best viewed in Acrobat Version 6 or higher.

Once completed, this form should be sent to the DEQ, Attention: Zach Paden


2019 Biennial Report Forms and Instructions

The State of Oklahoma is consistent with the Federal Regulations and only requires Biennial Reports (also known as the Hazardous Waste Report) every other year [40 CFR 262.41 and 264.75] for Large Quantity Generators and TSDF’s (including TSDF’s in closure and post closure). A report is also required from small quantity generators who generated large quantity waste amounts episodically during the year. The Biennial Report covers odd numbered calendar years, and is due by March 1st of even numbered years, (the 2019 Report will be due March 1, 2020). A letter will be mailed January 2020 explaining how to complete the forms.

If you have questions about the 2019 Biennial Report contact Kevin Courtney at (405) 702-5194