Michigan Manifests : What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Hazardous waste manifest:

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Generators: Michigan Administrative Code (MAC) r. 299.9304, MAC r. 299.9307(3) to (4), MAC r. 299.9308, and MAC r. 299.11003(1)(k)

Treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs): MAC r. 299.9608

Transporters: MAC r. 299.9409

Distribution of copies: MAC r. 299.9608

Liquid industrial by-product shipping document:

Use of liquid industrial by-product shipping document: Michigan Compiled Laws (MCL) 324.12101, MCL 324.12102, MCL 324.12103, MCL 324.12109, and MCL 324.12112

Distribution of copies: MCL 324.12103 and MCL 324.12112

Regulatory Agency

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Office of Waste Management and Radiological Protection Hazardous and Liquid Industrial Waste Management Section

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. U.S. Department of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires Michigan (and all states) to use the federal form of manifest: the standardized Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest (EPA Form 8700-22) and its continuation sheet (EPA Form 8700-22A). Hazardous waste handlers should go to the national MANIFESTS section for guidance on how to prepare the manifest form and how to deal with related manifest issues such as manifest discrepancies and rejected shipments. Michigan has its own rules concerning distribution of manifest copies by treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs). A shipping document (not necessarily the hazardous waste manifest) must be used in Michigan for transporting liquid industrial by-product for which the state has requirements concerning its use and distribution of copies.

Administration and enforcement.

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