Universal waste rule: Utah Administrative Rules (R) 315-273-1 to R315-273-81
Definition: R315-273-6(a) and R315-273-9(c)
Management: R315-273-13(e) and R315-273-33(e)
Labeling: R315-273-13(f) and R315-273-34(f)
Definition: R315-273-6(b) and R315-273-9(a)
Management: R315-273-13(f)(1) to (2) and R315-273-33(f)(1) to 315-273-33(f)(2)
Labeling: R315-273-14(g) and R315-273-34(g)
Puncturing cans: R315-273-13(f)(3), R315-273-13(f)(4), R315-273-33(f)(3), and R315-273-33(f)(4)
Drum-top lamp crushers:
Procedures: R315-273-13(f)(3) and R315-273-33(f)(3)
Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control Hazardous Waste Management Program
See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.
See national section for basic information and federal regulations.
• Rules. Utah follows the federal regulations for managing universal wastes. In 2016, Utah added both antifreeze and aerosol cans to its list of universal wastes as well as a procedure for small quantity handlers of universal waste (SQHUW) and large quantity handlers of universal waste (LQHUW) to register with the Utah Department of Environmental Quality's (DEQ) to use a drum-top lamp crusher.
• Administration and enforcement. DEQ's Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control administers and enforces the universal waste rule in Utah.
R315-273-6(a) and R315-273-9(c)
Antifreeze can be managed as a universal waste in Utah (R315-273-6(a)). Antifreeze is defined as an ethylene glycol-based mixture that lowers the freezing point of water and is used as an engine ...