Solid waste transporters:
Transporting units: Michigan Administrative Code (MAC) r. 299.4601, MAC r. 299.4602, and Michigan Compiled Laws (MCL) 324.11526(1)
Liquid industrial by-product: MCL 324.12102 to 324.12117
Definition: MCL 324.12101
Registration and signage: 324.12105 and 324.12107
Vehicle condition: MCL 324.12107
Shipping document: MCL 324.12109
Emergency notification: MCL 324.12111
Septage waste transporters: MCL 324.11701 to 324.11719
Definition: MCL 324.11701
License and application: MCL 324.11702, MCL 324.11703, and MCL 324.11706
Training: MCL 324.11703
Vehicle license: MCL 324.11704
Operation: MCL 324.11704 and MCL 324.11705
Vehicle display: MCL 324.11707 and MCL 324.12105
Disposal: MCL 324.11708, MCL 324.11709, and MCL 324.12105
Recordkeeping: MCL 324.11703
Fees: MCL 324.11717 and MCL 324.11717b
Scrap tire transporters: MCL 324.16901 and MCL 324.16905
Definition: MCL 324.16901
Registration: MCL 324.16905(1) and MCL 324.16905(2)
Transportation records: MCL 324.16905(3) and MCL 324.16905(5)
Disposal: MCL 324.16905(4)
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Office of Waste Management and Radiological Protection
Local certified health departments
See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.
See national section for basic information and federal regulations.
Comparison: State vs. Federal
• Rules. Michigan has general requirements for vehicles that transport solid (nonhazardous) waste. The state has established regulations for the transportation of septage waste that include licensing and operational requirements.
Transporters of hazardous waste in Michigan are required to carry registration and permit credentials under the National Uniform Hazardous ...