If an eligible academic entity is a large quantity generator (LQG) and it opts into Subpart K, how does it report laboratory hazardous waste on it Biennial Report?

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If an eligible academic entity is a large quantity generator (LQG) and it opts into Subpart K, how does it report laboratory hazardous waste on it Biennial Report?

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If the eligible academic entity remains an LQG after conducting laboratory clean-outs under Subpart K, then all of its hazardous waste is reportable to the Biennial Report including laboratory clean-out hazardous waste. The eligible academic entity must count and report routinely generated laboratory hazardous waste (e.g. spent solvents, spend acids/bases) just as it always has on the GM Form. For laboratory clean-out wastes that are not counted towards generator status, the LQG eligible academic entity should generally report them using the source code of G17 in the Biennial Report. In addition, when the eligible academic entity fills out the Site ID form at the beginning of the Biennial Report, the instructions direct the eligible academic entity to indicate in box 10(D) that it is currently operating under Subpart K and what type of eligible academic entity it is.

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