Waste stream

Waste stream means the waste generated by a particular process unit, product tank, or waste management unit. The characteristics of the waste stream (e.g., flow rate, benzene concentration, water content) are determined at the point of waste generation. Examples of a waste stream include process wastewater, product tank drawdown, sludge and slop oil removed from waste management units, and landfill leachate.


40 CFR § 61.341

Scoping language

Benzene concentration means the fraction by weight of benzene in a waste as determined in accordance with the procedures specified in 61.355 of this subpart.

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