Hazardous Waste Annual Reporting

Hazardous waste small and large quantity generators in Tennessee are required by regulation to file annual hazardous waste reports with the Division of Solid Waste Management (DSWM).  Both small and Large Quantity Generators pay associated fees to DSWM and may owe a fee to the Division of Remediation. The annual report forms are online and will be emailed and/or mailed to the last address on file with TDEC for each facility each winter. 

Below are the presentations from the 2021 Hazardous Waste Annual Report Workshops. Specific topics include:

  • How to determine your generator status
  • Hazardous waste registration
  • Hazardous waste stream reporting
  • Hazardous waste offsite shipping
  • Annual hazardous waste generator fee determination
  • Hazardous waste notification fee calculation
  • Source form, EPA form, and State codes
  • Top ten hazardous waste generator violations

2022 Workshop - RY2021 Annual Report Workbook

RY2021 Annual Report Workbook


HW Annual Report Workshop

 Timestamps
HW Annual Report – Stephanie Day
4:55 Presentation Introduction
6:32 HW Auditor Contacts
7:10 Annual Report Overview
10:03 HN-CS Form
15:57 HN-EA Form
26:13 HN-H Form
35:10 Q&A Round 1
1:15:10 WSR Form
1:31:30 WSR Example Items 3-5
1:33:34 WSR Item 6
1:40:57 Q&A Round 2
1:50:20 OSR Form
1:54:05 OSR Example
1:55:38 NF Form 
1:56:12 G-FDS Form (Fee Sheet)
2:03:57 Common Mistakes / Tips
Generator Improvements Rule, Aerosol Cans, & Other New Rulemakings – Wayne Gregory
2:19:48 Introduction
2:20:08 HW Rule Amendments
2:20:33 Incorporated Federal Rulemakings
2:22:27 HWGIR Goals
2:23:22 HWGIR Federal Changes
2:33:52 Modifications
2:38:22 HW Export-Import Revisions
2:39:29 Confidentiality Determination
2:39:51 User Fees
2:40:41 Recalled Airbags
2:41:51 Aerosol Cans 
2:42:47 Ignitable HW Identification
2:44:05 Additional Revisions
2:46:22 Q&A

Top 10 Violations Found During HW Inspections – Harry McCann – 1/20/2021

 Timestamps
0:37 Contacts
1:15 Generator Overviews
2:55 Annual Report Deficiencies (10)
4:03 Failure to Have a HW Reduction Plan (9)
5:25 Accumulation Area Date Violations (8)
6:22 Accumulation Area Labeling (7)
7:04 Open Container Violations (6)
8:18 Universal Waste Battery Labeling Violation (5)
9:19 Universal Waste Lamp Labeling Violation (4)
11:39 Universal Waste Lamp Open Container Violation (3)
12:56 Used Oil Labeling Violation (2)
14:21 Failure to Perform or Document Weekly Inspections of HW Accumulation Areas (1)

State of TN 25% Waste Reduction & Diversion Goal – Christina Perez – 1/28/2021

Timestamps
1:48 Contacts
3:10 25% Waste Reduction Goal
6:11 ICI Report
7:16 Disposal & Generation
8:54 Public Recycling Programs & Trends
11:15 Why Measurement Matters
14:05 HW Regulation
16:44 Sustainability Efforts
20:10 How to Report Your Efforts
22:23 Why It Matters

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