September 14, 2016

EPA’s Index of Hazardous Waste Topics

You may think you don’t need another RCRA resource outside of your McCoy’s RCRA Unraveled, but sometimes it’s useful to look elsewhere for information. EPA has a ton of great websites with a plethora of RCRA material at your fingertips. Click here for a link to the agency’s A to Z Index of Hazardous Waste Topics or follow the link found in the upper right-hand corner of the agency’s main hazardous waste webpage. From “Academic laboratories” to “Wood preserving wastes,” there are over 230 different topics to choose from; each takes you to a page containing a wealth of information and related links.

Over the past year, the agency has revamped most of its websites, making many of your bookmarked resources obsolete. The A to Z index is also a great place to find and refresh broken bookmarks with EPA’s newly updated websites.


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