ARTICLE IX. RESIDUAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
287. RESIDUAL WASTE MANAGEMENTGENERAL PROVISIONS 287.1  (View pdf)
288. RESIDUAL WASTE LANDFILLS 288.1  (View pdf)
289. RESIDUAL WASTE DISPOSAL IMPOUNDMENTS 289.1  (View pdf)
290. BENEFICIAL USE OF COAL ASH 290.1  (View pdf)
291. LAND APPLICATION OF RESIDUAL WASTE 291.1  (View pdf)
293. TRANSFER FACILITIES FOR RESIDUAL WASTE 293.1  (View pdf)
295. COMPOSTING FACILITIES FOR RESIDUAL WASTE 295.1  (View pdf)
297. INCINERATORS AND OTHER PROCESSING FACILITIES 297.1  (View pdf)
298. MANAGEMENT OF WASTE OIL 298.1  (View pdf)
299. STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION OF RESIDUAL WASTE 299.101
This article cited in 25 Pa. Code § 78a.59c (relating to centralized impoundments); 25 Pa. Code § 78a.68a (relating to horizontal directional drilling for oil and gas pipelines); 25 Pa. Code § 87.100 (relating to topsoil: nutrients and soil amendments); 25 Pa. Code § 88.90 (relating to vegetation-supporting material: nutrients and soil amendments); 25 Pa. Code § 88.185 (relating to nutrients and soil amendments); 25 Pa. Code § 88.290 (relating to vegetation-supporting material: nutrients and soil amendments); 25 Pa. Code § 250.9 (relating to interaction with other environmental statutes); 25 Pa. Code § 261a.6 (relating to requirements for recyclable materials); 25 Pa. Code § 266a.40 (relating to applicability); 25 Pa. Code § 266b.31 (relating to waste management for universal waste mercury-containing devices); 25 Pa. Code § 271.2 (relating to scope); 25 Pa. Code § 271.811 (relating to authorization for general permit); and 25 Pa. Code § 298.60 (relating to applicability).
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