Pace is the environmental laboratory testing leader in supporting successful hazardous waste delisting projects. Our experience includes the support of many manufacturing plants in the United States for successful completion of hazardous waste delisting. During each waste delisting project, Pace works closely with the manufacturing facility and environmental consulting firm to create a sampling and analysis plan that achieves the desired data quality objectives. Pace performs the analytical laboratory testing services required to support the waste delisting petition.
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (which guides EPA’s hazardous waste management programs) and its regulations provide for a process to remove or “delist” a waste generated at a particular facility from the list of hazardous wastes. The delisting process is initiated by the generator (the person creating the waste) who prepares a petition to request delisting of the waste. The petition provides information about the waste, including its chemical composition and characteristics, for the purpose of demonstrating that this particular waste is not hazardous. The petition is reviewed by the appropriate regulatory agency to determine whether the waste is eligible for delisting. Please contact Pace to learn more about our hazardous waste delisting services.