• Are containers marked "HAZARDOUS WASTE"

  • Containers contents affixed to each container and visible for inspection

  • Are labels visible and legible

  • Container assigned an inventory number, marked on the container and logged in the hazardous waste log

  • Inventory of containers corresponds to entries in all logs

  • Date on the oldest container

  • Date on the newest container

  • Are wastes stored in compatible containers and container approved for hazardous waste

  • Are containers in good condition (check for leakage, spillage, rust, damage, bulges)

  • Are stored containers closed

  • Are incompatible waste kept apart

  • Containers are not stacked more than 2 high with pallets in between them

  • Number of RCRA hazardous waste containers in storage

  • Number of non-RCRA hazardous waste containers in storage

  • Is there sufficient aisle space to allow unobstructed access to the area

  • Is containment free of spills and in good condition

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