Basic Requirements

  • License is current/posted

  • 7045.0225 GENERATOR LICENSE.
    Subpart 1. Applicability. A person who generates hazardous waste must obtain a hazardous waste
    generator license for each individual generation site. The procedures for application and issuance are described in parts 7045.0225 to 7045.0250. The fees associated with the license are set forth in parts 7046.0031 to 7046.0070.
    Subp. 2. Posting. A generator must prominently display the hazardous waste generator license in a public area at the licensed site.

  • Valid EPA ID #

  • Waste evaluation info available

  • MP reviewed/updated

  • Management Plan may be obtained here:

  • Unlicensed waste >75 days

  • POTW records available

  • Record retention

Shipping documents

  • Proper manifests used

  • Copies available on site

  • Manifests properly completed

  • Initial copies

  • Final copies

  • 45 day exception reports

  • VSQG receipts

  • Used oil receipts

  • Other recycling/special waste receipts

Storage container requirements

  • Weekly container inspections

  • Containers in good condition

  • Containers closed

  • Dates: start/fill/move

  • Hazardous waste markings

  • Please mark the container with something similar to:

  • Clear descriptive name

  • Containers compatible with waste

  • Proper ignitable/reactive management

  • Incompatible wastes separated

  • Storage tank requirements

  • Used oil storage requirements

  • Liquids -impermeable surface

Outdoor storage requirements

  • Outdoor storage requirements

  • Ignitable wastes shaded

  • Protected: moisture/entry/damage

Proper waste management

  • Relinquishing control

    Subp. 2. Relinquishing control. A generator must not relinquish control of a hazardous waste if:
    A. the generator has reason to believe that the hazardous waste will not be properly managed;
    B. the transporter or the treatment, storage, or disposal facility is not exempt under this chapter
    and has not received an identification number; or
    C. the transporter is not currently licensed or permitted by the Minnesota Department of Transportation as a hazardous waste transporter, except as exempted in part 7045.0120.

  • Report/recover spills


  • Operate to prevent a release

  • Adequate aisle space

Required emergency equipment

  • Internal/external communication

  • Communications

  • Emergency/spill/fire equipment

  • Equipment is tested and maintained


  • Previous orders complied with

  • Sewer system

  • Above ground storage tanks

  • Size and contents

  • Below ground storage tank

  • Size and contents

  • Enter wastes Onsite

  • Wastes Onsite
  • Description & quantity

  • Orders & Remarks

  • Generator signature

  • Inspector signature

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