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Ohio:
A&WMA Joint Ohio Chapter Conference: Overview of NESHAP for Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers and Process Heaters
This PDF file, presented in the form of a PowerPoint presentation provides great information for anyone looking for an overview of NESHAP for industrial, commercial, and institutional boilers and process heaters.
http://www.ecs-awma.org/files/2004Oct13/Boiler_MACT_Overview.pdf

Ohio Chemistry Technology Council
The Ohio Chemistry Technology Council exists to represent the industry in the public policy arena in Ohio, to advance understanding of the contributions of chemistry to our modern lifestyle, and to promote the highest standards of environmental, health, safety, and security performance.
http://www.ohiochem.org/

Ohio Chemistry Technology Council: Staff Directory
A staff directory as well as a list of the board of directors is provided under the About section of this website.
http://www.ohiochem.org/

Ohio EAP: Division of Hazardous Waste Management
Here is a list of links to documents provided by the Ohio EPA's Division of Hazardous waste management providing great reference material and information for businesses and individuals who have to deal with a variety of different types of hazardous waste.
http://www.epa.state.oh.us/dhwm/guidancedocuments.html

Ohio EPA Division of Hazardous Waste Management: Frequently asked Questions about Manifests
This page, provided by the Ohio EPA provides answers to some of the most commonly asked questions asked concerning the hazardous waste manifest system.
http://www.epa.state.oh.us/dhwm/faqsaboutmanifests.html

Ohio EPA: 2004 Annual Hazardous Waste Report
The 2004 hazardous waste reporting cycle covers hazardous waste activities occurring during calendar year 2004.
http://www.epa.state.oh.us/dhwm/ann_report.html

Ohio EPA: Identifying Your Hazardous Waste
Under Ohio EPA’s regulations, all wastes generated from a business must be evaluated to see if they are hazardous or not. Ohio EPA has specific regulations on how hazardous waste needs to be handled and disposed.
http://www.epa.state.oh.us/ocapp/sb/publications/identifyingwaste.pdf



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