6 CCR 1007-3-8.73 - Basis and Purpose

These amendments to 6 CCR 1007-3, Parts 260 and 268 are made pursuant to the authority granted to the Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission in § 25-15-302(2), C.R.S.

Correction of Errors and Inadvertent Omissions

These amendments correct errors and inadvertent omissions which exist in the Table of Contents for Part 260, and the K901 listings in the table at § 268.40 of the Colorado Hazardous Waste Regulations (6 CCR 1007-3).

The amendments being adopted at this time include:

1) Revising the Table of Contents for Part 260 to add a listing for § 260.34 Standards and Criteria for Non-waste Confirmations. A listing for § 260.34 in the Table of Contents for Part 260 was inadvertently omitted and not included as part of the § 260.34 Standards and Criteria for Non-waste Confirmations rulemaking adopted by the Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission at the February 16, 2010 Hearing.
2) Revising the text of the waste descriptions for the K901 listings in the table at § 268.40 by changing the phrase "up to the point in the PCAPP process where the acidic hydrolyzate is manipulated to a sustained and stable pH > 12.5 to ensure destruction of sulfonium ions and TDG-mustard aggregates, prior to transfer from reactor." to read "up to the point in the PCAPP process where the acidic hydrolyzate is manipulated to a sustained and stable pH > 10 to ensure destruction of sulfonium ions and TDG-mustard aggregates, prior to transfer from reactor." In its response to comments received on the Mustard Agent Amendments rulemaking, the Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division agreed with a proposed amendment to change the "pH > 12.5" reference in the K901 listings to "pH > 10" as long as the pH is adjusted to 10 and sustained. This change was inadvertently omitted and not included as part of the Mustard Agent Amendments adopted by the Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission at the February 16, 2010 Hearing.

Statement of Basis and Purpose - Rulemaking Hearing of May 18, 2010

Notes

6 CCR 1007-3-8.73
37 CR 24, December 25, 2014, effective 3/2/2015 38 CR 11, June 10, 2015, effective 6/30/2015 39 CR 05, March 10, 2016, effective 3/30/2016 39 CR 11, June 10, 2016, effective 6/30/2016 40 CR 06, March 25, 2017, effective 4/14/2017 40 CR 11, June 10, 2017, effective 6/30/2017 40 CR 21, November 10, 2017, effective 11/30/2017 41 CR 06, March 25, 2018, effective 4/14/2018 41 CR 11, June 10, 2018, effective 6/30/2018 41 CR 24, December 25, 2018, effective 1/14/2019 42 CR 06, March 25, 2019, effective 4/14/2019 42 CR 06, March 25, 2019, effective 5/30/2019 42 CR 11, June 10, 2019, effective 6/30/2019 43 CR 12, June 25, 2020, effective 7/15/2020 44 CR 06, March 25, 2021, effective 4/14/2021 44 CR 11, June 10, 2021, effective 6/30/2021 44 CR 24, December 25, 2021, effective 1/14/2022 45 CR 11, June 10, 2022, effective 6/30/2022 45 CR 17, September 10, 2022, effective 9/10/2022 45 CR 17, September 10, 2022, effective 9/30/2022 45 CR 23, December 10, 2022, effective 1/30/2023

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