Development and Evaluation of a Hazardous Materials Inventory Status and Action Plan
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Development and Evaluation of a Hazardous Materials Inventory Status and Action Plan

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    AMEC Earth and Environmental (AMEC) has completed an effort to assist the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) in complying with the requirements of Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) '49-961 through '49-973. These statutes require Arizona state agencies that generate certain quantities of hazardous waste or use certain amounts of toxic substances to develop a pollution prevention program and submit documentation regarding that program to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ). Toxic substances are defined as those materials regulated under the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (US EPA) Toxic Release Inventory Program. AMEC determined ADOT?s status with regards to the regulatory planning thresholds by collecting information about purchases of toxic substances and the generation of hazardous waste. The quantity of hazardous waste generated by ADOT during the 2000 calendar year was below the planning threshold. However, AMEC determined that ADOT used two toxic substances (methanol and ethylene glycol) in excess of the planning threshold during the 2000 fiscal year. Therefore, ADOT is required to submit a Pollution Prevention Plan to ADEQ. AMEC has developed an appropriate Pollution Prevention Plan for ADOT's submital. In addition to the two materials used in excess of the planning threshold, the Plan addresses toxic substances for which the agency exceeds one half of the reporting threshold and chemicals identified as persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic (PBT) by the US EPA that are used in excess of their Toxic Release Inventory reporting thresholds. Bibliography, 6 appendices, 2 tables, 139 p.
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