What is non-hazardous liquid waste?
Non-hazardous liquid waste is defined as human excreta and liquid or semi-solid wastes that include other liquid wastes that do not contain hazardous wastes in addition but are not limited to:
- Grease Trap Wastes
- Grit Traps Waste
- Septic Wastes
- Sludges
- Wastewaters

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1. What is non-hazardous liquid waste?
2. How must non-hazardous liquid waste be disposed?
3. Who has to have a non-hazardous liquid waste transportation permit?
4. What are the Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste (NHLW) transportation vehicle regulations?
5. What are the non-hazardous liquid waste operation and sanitation regulations?
6. How much does a non-hazardous liquid waste transportation vehicle permit cost?
7. When does a non-hazardous liquid waste transportation vehicle permit expire?
8. What is required to obtain a non-hazardous liquid waste transportation vehicle permit?
9. When can I use my vehicle to transport non-hazardous liquid waste?
10. How do I apply for a NHLW transportation vehicle permit?