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Missouri Hazardous Waste Storage: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Hazardous waste storage facility rules: 10 Missouri Code of State Regulations (CSR) 25-7.264 and 10 CSR 25-7.265 (interim status)

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Container requirements: 10 CSR 25-7.264(1) and 10 CSR 25-7

.264(2)(I); 10 CSR 25-7.265(1) and 10 CSR 25-7.265(2)(I) (interim status)

Hazardous waste storage tank requirements: 10 CSR 25-7.264(1) and 10 CSR 25-7.265(1) (interim status)

Surface impoundment requirements: 10 CSR 25-7.264(1) and 10 CSR 25-7.265(1) (interim status)

Containment buildings: 10 CSR 25-7.264(1) and 10 CSR 25-7.265(1) (interim status)

Hazardous waste storage facility permit application fees: 10 CSR 25-12.010(2)(C)

On-site storage rules for generators: 10 CSR 25-5.262(1) and 10 CSR 25-5.262(2)(C)

Labeling: 10 CSR 25-5.262(2)(C)1 and 10 CSR 25-5.262(2)(C)2

Large quantity generators (LQGs): 10 CSR 25-7.264(2)(C)5 and 10 CSR 25-7.264(2)(I)3

Satellite accumulation: 10 CSR 25-5.262(2)(C)3

Regulatory Agency

Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Division of Environmental Quality Hazardous Waste Program

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Missouri has adopted the federal hazardous waste storage rules and added several more stringent rules in connection with containers, owners, and operators of hazardous waste storage facilities, and generators accumulating hazardous waste on-site without a permit. In addition, and unlike the federal rules, Missouri requires owners and operators of hazardous waste storage facilities to pay various fees and taxes.

Administration and enforcement. The Division of Environmental Quality of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) ...


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