How must non-hazardous liquid waste be disposed?
Non-hazardous liquid waste must be disposed by an approved method at an approved place. Approval must be obtained in advance of the commencement of operations and prior to any change of method or place. For a list of approved disposal sites, see the Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste Disposal Site Resources page.

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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?