BEATTY, NEVADA - WASTE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

US Ecology Beatty RCRA/TSCA Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facility

This is an initial waste acceptability screening. It is the customer’s responsibility to comply with U.S.DOT (49 CFR) requirements and other applicable regulations prior to waste shipment, including obtaining waste shipment approval from US Ecology.

Accepted Wastes:

  • RCRA hazardous wastes which may be treated to meet 40 CFR 268 Land Disposal Restrictions ("LDR")
  • PCB-contaminated materials, e.g. PCB filled transformers, bushings, capacitors, and clean-up materials
  • Non-hazardous solid industrial, commercial and agricultural wastes
  • Bulk liquids for solidification
  • Bulk or drummed solid waste
  • Household hazardous waste and non-RCRA lab packs
  • State-specific regulated hazardous wastes
  • Wastes from Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators
  • Corrosives wastes and acids
  • Asbestos or asbestos/RCRA debris

All customers disposing of waste at the facility are required to complete:

  • US Ecology Waste Transportation and Disposal Agreement
  • Application for Credit (unless waste shipped COD)
  • Waste Disposal Information (WDI) form
  • Land Disposal Restriction (LDR) form, if applicable

Prohibited Wastes:

  • Non-stabilized liquids and other wastes prohibited from landfill by 40 CFR 268
  • Explosive and reactive waste
  • Low-level radioactive or RCRA/radioactive mixed waste
  • Pressurized gases or gas cylinders
  • Wastes containing >10% cyanide or sulfide
  • Wastes with pH < 1 or > 14
  • Biological or infectious waste
  • Low-activity radioactive waste


Please call or e-mail our professional customer service team with any questions you may have:

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