PCB-Contaminated Electrical Equipment

PCB-Contaminated Electrical Equipment means any electrical equipment including, but not limited to, transformers (including those used in railway locomotives and self-propelled cars), capacitors, circuit breakers, reclosers, voltage regulators, switches (including sectionalizers and motor starters), electromagnets, and cable, that contains PCBs at concentrations of 50 ppm and <500 ppm in the contaminating fluid. In the absence of liquids, electrical equipment is PCB-Contaminated if it has PCBs at >10 g/100 cm 2 and <100 g/100 cm 2 as measured by a standard wipe test (as defined in 761.123) of a non-porous surface.


40 CFR § 761.3

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