Coding requirements for dispatch unit of hazardous waste

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  • GB/T 38920-2020
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  • Standard:

    GB/T 38920-2020

  • standard name:

    Coding requirements for dispatch unit of hazardous waste

  • Standard category:

    National Standard (GB)

  • release date:

    2020-06-02
  • Implementation date:

    2020-12-01

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  • Standard ICS number:

    Information technology, office machinery and equipment >> 35.040 Character sets and information coding
  • China Standard Classification Number:

    Comprehensive>>Basic Standards>>A24 Classification Code

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  • publishing house:

    China Standard Press
  • Publication date:

    2020-06-01

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  • drafter:

    马骏、赵志强、沈东升、丁炜、刘建国、施华栋、李春萍、党玺、周强、吴芬、甄胜利、朱跃峰、程璐璐、吴健、谭邦瀚、戴震、王浙明、宋丽红、左爱兵、泥卫东、吴伟祥、佟强、余小燕、刘若微、沈国庆、杨函、俞国潮
  • Drafting unit:

    Zhejiang Niuneng Environmental Technology Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Provincial Article Coding Center, Solid Waste and Chemical Management Technology Center of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment, Zhejiang Provincial Environmental Protection Science and
  • Focal point unit:

    National Logistics Information Management Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 267)
  • Proposing unit:

    National Logistics Information Management Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 267)
  • Publishing department:

    State Administration for Market Regulation National Standardization Administration
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GB/T 38920-2020.Coding requirements for dispatch unit of hazardous waste.
1 Scope
GB/T 38920 specifies the coding principles, coding rules and carrier requirements for hazardous waste storage and transportation units.
GB/T 38920 is applicable to the information processing, real-time monitoring and tracking and tracing of hazardous waste management by waste-generating units, storage units, transportation units, disposal units, and regulatory units in the management process of non-tank truck-loaded and non-bulk hazardous wastes.
2 Normative references
The following documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For all dated references, only the dated version applies to this document. For all undated references, the latest version (including all amendments) applies to this document.
GB 5085.7 General rules for identification of hazardous wastes
GB/T 7027 Basic principles and methods for information classification and coding
GB 12904 Commodity bar coding Retail commodity coding and barcode representation
GB/T 15425 Commodity bar coding 128 barcode
GB/T 16828 Commodity bar coding Participant position coding and barcode representation
GB/T 18348 Commodity bar coding Inspection of barcode symbol printing quality
GB/T 23704 Inspection of two-dimensional barcode symbol printing quality
National List of Hazardous Wastes
3 Terms and Definitions
The terms and definitions defined in GB 5085.7, GB 12904 and GB/T 16828 and the following terms and definitions apply to this document.
3.1
hazardous wastehazardous waste
Waste listed in the national hazardous waste list or identified according to the national hazardous waste identification standards and identification methods with one or more hazardous characteristics such as corrosiveness, toxicity, flammability, reactivity and infectivity, as well as wastes that do not exclude the above hazardous characteristics.
3.2
dispatch unit of hazardous waste
A packaging unit used to collect, store and transport hazardous waste.
Note: A dispatch unit only contains one container, and does not include mixed packaging, combined packaging and other units.
3.3
application identifier; AI
A character that identifies the meaning and format of data, consisting of 2 to 4 digits.
[GB/T 16986-2018, definition 3.1]
4 Coding principles
The coding of hazardous waste storage and transportation units shall follow the uniqueness, stability and scalability principles specified in GB/T 7027.
This standard specifies the coding principles, coding rules and carrier requirements for hazardous waste storage and transportation units. This standard applies to the information processing, real-time monitoring and tracking and tracing of hazardous waste management by waste generating units, storage units, transportation units, disposal units, supervision units, etc. in the management process of non-tank truck-loaded and non-bulk hazardous wastes.


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ICS35.040
National Standard of the People's Republic of China
GB/T38920—2020
Coding requirements for dispatch unit of hazardous waste
Coding requirements for dispatch unit of hazardous waste2020-06-02Issued
State Administration for Market Regulation
Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China
Issued
2020-12-01Implementation
Foreword
Scope
Normative references
Terms and definitions
Coding principles
Coding rules
Code structure
Participant location code
Hazardous waste code||t t||Container code
6 Carrier requirements
6.1 General requirements
Application identifier
Appendix A (Normative Appendix)
Appendix B (Informative Appendix)
References
Hazardous waste list code table
Carrier selection application examples
GB/T38920—2020
Foreword
This standard was drafted in accordance with the rules given in GB/T1.1-2009. This standard was proposed and managed by the National Technical Committee for Logistics Information Management Standardization (SAC/TC267). GB/T38920—2020
Drafting units of this standard: Zhejiang Niuneng Environmental Technology Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Provincial Article Coding Center, Solid Waste and Chemicals Management Technology Center of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment, Zhejiang Provincial Environmental Protection Science and Design Institute, Zhejiang University, Ningbo Fubiao Article Coding Center, Zhejiang Gongshang University, Hangzhou Standardization Research Institute, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, Tsinghua University, Zhejiang Red Lion Environmental Protection Co., Ltd., Beijing High Energy Times Environmental Technology Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Mingjing Environmental Protection Technology Co., Ltd., China Building Materials (Beijing) Environmental Protection Engineering Development Co., Ltd., Hangzhou Weiyu Transportation Co., Ltd., Quzhou Qianhui Logistics Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Provincial Transportation and Logistics Information Service Center Zhejiang Tianchang Supply Chain Management Co., Ltd. The main drafters of this standard: Ma Jun, Zhao Zhiqiang, Shen Dongsheng, Ding Wei, Liu Jianguo, Shi Huadong, Li Chunping, Dang Xi, Zhou Qiang, Wu Fen, Zhen Shengli, Zhu Yuefeng, Cheng Lulu, Wu Jian, Tan Banghan, Dai Zhen, Wang Zheming, Song Lihong, Zuo Aibing, Ni Weidong, Wu Weixiang, Tong Qiang, Yu Xiaoyan, Liu Ruowei, Shen Guoqing, Yang Han, Yu Guochao.
1 Scope
Coding requirements for hazardous waste storage and transportation units
This standard specifies the coding principles, coding rules, and carrier requirements for hazardous waste storage and transportation units GB/T38920—2020
This standard applies to the information processing, real-time monitoring, and tracking and tracing of hazardous waste management by waste-generating units, storage units, transportation units, disposal units, and regulatory units in the management process of non-tank truck-loaded and non-bulk hazardous wastes. Normative references
The following documents are essential for the application of this document. For all dated references, only the dated version applies to this document. For any undated referenced document, its latest version (including all amendments) applies to this document GB5085.7
GB/T7027
GB12904
General Standard for Identification of Hazardous Wastes
Basic Principles and Methods of Information Classification and Coding Commodity Barcodes Retail Commodity Coding and Barcode Representation GB/T15425
GB/T16828
GB/T18348
GB/T237 04
128 bar code
Commodity bar code
Participant position coding and bar code representation
Commodity bar code
Commodity bar code
Inspection of bar code symbol printing quality
Inspection of two-dimensional bar code symbol printing quality
National list of hazardous wastes
Terms and definitions
The terms and definitions defined in GB5085.7GB12904 and GB/T16828 and the following terms and definitions apply to this document. 3.1
hazardous waste
hazardouswaste
Waste listed in the national hazardous waste list or identified according to the national hazardous waste identification standards and identification methods with one or more hazardous characteristics such as corrosiveness, toxicity, flammability, reactivity and infectivity, as well as wastes that are not excluded from having the above hazardous characteristics3.2
dispatchunitofhazardouswaste
dispatchunitofhazardouswasteA packaging unit used to collect, store and transport hazardous waste. Note: A storage and transportation unit only contains one container, and does not include mixed packaging, combined packaging and other units. 3.3
Application identifier
application identifier;Al
A character that identifies the meaning and format of data, consisting of 2 to 4 digits [GB/T16986-2018, Definition 3.1]
4 Coding principles
The coding of hazardous waste storage and transportation units should follow the principles of uniqueness, stability and scalability specified in GB/T70271
GB/T38920-2020
5 Coding rules
Code structure
The hazardous waste storage and transportation unit code consists of 3 segments of 28 digits. The composition structure is shown in Figure 1, where: the first segment is the participant location code, 13 digits; the second segment is the hazardous waste code, 8 digits; the third segment is the container code, 7 digits. N,NNVNNN:N
2Participant location code
MM,M; M.MM,.M,Ms
Figure 1
M,M,M- M., M:Mi.Mis
First section: wearer code
Second section: hazardous waste code
First section: access code
Code structure of hazardous waste storage and transportation unit
Participant location code is used to uniquely identify the location of hazardous waste output. It is a 13-digit number. For details of the structure, please refer to GB/T16828. 5.3 Hazardous waste code
The hazardous waste code is an 8-digit number. It adopts the digital part of the waste code in the "National Hazardous Waste List", see Appendix A. 5.4 Container code
The container code is divided into three sections. The code structure is shown in Figure 2. M
The volume code is a 1-digit number, see Table 1.
Code
M.IM.2M:M-Mts
Second paragraph: Container number
Second paragraph: Material code
Second paragraph: Capacity code
Capacity
200L
1000L
Others
Material refers to the main material of the container. The code is a single digit. See Table 2. Table 2 Material code
Code
Container serial number represents the serial number under the same material code and the same volume code, which is a 5-digit number. Carrier requirements
General requirements
Hazardous waste storage and transportation unit code carriers shall meet the following requirements: Use one-dimensional barcodes, two-dimensional barcodes, radio frequency tags and other carriers; Material
Metal
Plastic
Composite materials
Other materials
GB/T38920—2020
When using one-dimensional barcodes, select G The barcode specified in B/T15425 shall comply with the requirements of GB/T18348, see B.1 in Appendix B;
When using a two-dimensional barcode, a code system with national or international standards shall be selected to comply with the requirements of GB/T23704, see B.2;bZxz.net
When using a radio frequency tag, a label that complies with national or international standards shall be selected, and the label surface shall have a clear identification code that is consistent with the label content;
The carrier shall be firmly pasted, hung or printed on the outer surface of the container until the end of the management cycle. 6.2 Application identifier
When using a one-dimensional barcode or a two-dimensional barcode as a data carrier, the hazardous waste storage and transportation unit code shall be expressed in combination with the corresponding application identifier. Among them, the application identifier of the participant location code is "414"; the application identifier of the waste code is "90" and the application identifier of the container code is "254". See Table 3.
3 Structure table of hazardous waste storage and transportation unit code containing application identifier 3
Meaning
Participant location code
Hazardous waste code
Container code
Code
NNN,NNN.N,NN,NoNNN
MMMMMMMM
MMoMnMMM.M
GB/T38920—2020
Appendix A
(Normative Appendix)
Code table for the list of hazardous wastes
The codes for the list of hazardous wastes are shown in Table A.1. The hazardous characteristics include corrosivity (C), toxicity (T), ignitability (Ignitability, I), reactivity (R) and infectivity (In). Table A.1
Hazardous waste list code table
Waste category
Hwo1
Medical waste
HW02
Medical waste
Industry source
Health
Non-specific industry
Chemical drugs
Maintenance of raw materials
Chemical drugs
Preparation manufacturing
Veterinary drug manufacturing
Waste code
831-001- 01
831-002-01
831-003-01
831-004-01
831-005-01
900-001-01
271-001-02
271-002-02
271-003-02
271-004-02
271-005-02
272-001- 02
272-002-02
272-003-02
272-004-02
272-005-02
275-001-02
275-002-02
275-003-02
275-004-02
275-005-02
275-006-02
275-007- 02
Infectious waste
Injurious waste
Pathological waste
Chemical waste
Pharmaceutical waste
Hazardous waste
Waste that needs to be collected and disposed of for the prevention and control of animal infectious diseases Distillation and reaction residues generated in the production of chemical synthesis raw materials Waste mother liquor and reaction base waste generated in the production of chemical synthesis raw materials
Waste decolorization filter media generated in the production of chemical synthesis raw materials Waste adsorbents generated in the process Waste products and intermediates in the production of chemical synthetic raw materials Distillation and reaction residues generated from the purification, refining and reprocessing of raw materials in the production of chemical preparations
Waste mother liquor and reaction base wastes generated from the purification, refining and reprocessing of raw materials in the production of chemical preparations
Waste decolorization filter media generated in the production of chemical preparations Waste adsorbents generated in the production of chemical preparations Waste products and raw materials generated in the production of chemical preparations Wastewater treatment sludge generated in the production of veterinary drugs using arsenic or organoarsenic compounds
Distillation residues generated in the distillation process in the production of veterinary drugs using arsenic or organoarsenic compounds
Waste decolorization filter media and adsorbents generated in the production of veterinary drugs using arsenic or organoarsenic compounds
Distillation and reaction residues generated in other veterinary drug production Waste decolorization filter media and adsorbents generated in other veterinary drug production Waste mother liquor, reaction base and culture medium waste generated in veterinary drug production Waste generated in veterinary drug production Hazardous characteristics of spent adsorbent
Waste category
HW02
Medical waste
HW03
Waste drugs and medicines
HW04
Pesticide waste
Industry source
Veterinary drug manufacturing
Biological drug crystal manufacturing
Non-specific industry
Pesticide manufacturing
Non-specific industry
Waste code
275-008-02||t t||276-001-02
276-002-02
276-003-02
276-004-02
276-005-02
900-002-03
263-001-04
263-002-04
263-003-04
263-004-04
263-005-04||t t||263-006-04
263-007-04
263-008-04
263-009-04
263-010-04
263-011-04
263-012-04
900-003-04
Table A.1 (continued)
Hazardous wastes
Waste products and APIs generated in the production of veterinary drugs GB/ T38920—2020
Hazardous characteristics
Distillation and reaction residues generated in the process of producing biochemical drugs and genetic engineering drugs using biotechnology
Waste mother liquor, reaction base and culture medium waste generated in the process of producing biochemical drugs and genetic engineering drugs using biotechnology (excluding culture medium waste generated in the process of synthesizing amino acids and vitamins using biotechnology) Waste decolorization filter media generated in the process of producing biochemical drugs and genetic engineering drugs using biotechnology (excluding Waste decolorization filter media generated in the process of synthesizing amino acids and vitamins using biotechnology) Waste adsorbents generated in the process of producing biochemical drugs and genetic engineering drugs using biotechnology
Waste products generated in the process of producing biochemical drugs and genetic engineering drugs using biotechnology, invalid, deteriorated, substandard, obsolete, counterfeit and inferior drugs and medicines generated in the production, sale and use of raw materials and intermediates (excluding HW01, HW02, 900-99949 categories)
Residues from the filtration of hexachlorocyclopentadiene in the production of chlordane; waste generated by vacuum stripping in the chlordane chlorination reactor Distillation residues from the toluene recovery process in the production of ethoxylate Residues from the filtration of diethyl dithiophosphoric acid in the production of phorate
Heavy fractions and distillation residues from the distillation of tetrachlorobenzene in the production of 2.4.5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid
Residues containing 2,6-dichlorophenol in the production of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid
Vinyl bis dithiocarbamic acid and its salts Filtration, evaporation and centrifugal separation residues and wastewater treatment sludge generated in the production process of pesticides; dust collected by dust collection (removal) devices in product grinding and packaging processes and ground cleaning wastes
Wastewater from the reactor in the production of methyl bromide and waste sulfuric acid from the acid dryer; waste adsorbents and wastewater separators generated in the production process
Distillation and reaction residues generated in the production of other pesticides Waste mother liquor and reaction tank and container cleaning waste generated in the production of pesticides Waste generated in the production of pesticides Filter media and adsorbents Wastewater treatment sludge generated in the production process of pesticides Expired raw materials and waste products generated in the production and preparation of pesticides Invalid, deteriorated, unqualified, obsolete, and counterfeit pesticide products generated during sales and use
GB/T38920—2020
Waste category
HW05
Wood preservatives
Waste
HW06
Waste organic solvents
And waste containing organic
Solvents| |tt||Industry Source
Wood Processing
Specialty Chemicals
Product Manufacturing
Non-Specific Industries
Non-Specific Industries
Waste Code
201-001-05
201-002-05
201-003-05
266-001-05
266-002-05
266-003-05
900 -004-05
900-401-06
900-402-06
900-403-06
900-404-06
900-405-06
900-406-06
900-407-06
900-408-06
900-409-06
900-410-06
Table A.1 (Continued)
Hazardous wastes
Wastewater treatment sludge generated during the use of pentachlorophenol for wood preservation, and waste wood debris contaminated by the preservative generated during the wood preservation process
Wastewater treatment sludge generated during the use of creosote for wood preservation, and waste wood debris contaminated by the preservative generated during the wood preservation process
Wastewater treatment sludge generated during the use of inorganic preservatives containing arsenic, chromium, etc. for wood preservation, and waste wood debris contaminated by the preservative generated during the wood preservation process Waste wood fragments of preservatives
Reaction residues, waste filter materials and adsorbents generated in the production process of wood preservative chemicals
Wastewater treatment sludge generated in the production process of wood preservative chemicals Waste products and expired raw materials generated in the production and preparation of wood preservative chemicals
Invalid, deteriorated, unqualified, obsolete and counterfeit wood preservative chemicals generated during sales and use
Halogen-containing organic solvents discarded after use as cleaning agents or extractants in industrial production, including carbon tetrachloride, dichloromethane , 1,1-dichloroethane, 1,2-difluoroethane, 1,1.1-trichloroethane, 1.1.2-trichloroethane, trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene
Toxic organic solvents discarded after being used as cleaning agents or extractants in industrial production, including benzene, styrene, butanol, acetoneInflammable and explosive organic solvents discarded after being used as cleaning agents or extractants in industrial production, including n-hexane, toluene, o-xylene, m-xylene, p-xylene, 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene, ethylbenzene, ethanol, isopropanol, ethyl ether, propyl ether, methyl acetate, ethyl acetate , butyl acetate, butyl propionate, phenol, other organic solvents listed in the "Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals" that are discarded after being used as cleaning agents or extractants in industrial production. Waste activated carbon and other filtration and adsorption media generated during the regeneration of wastes listed in 900-401-06
Waste activated carbon and other filtration and adsorption media generated during the regeneration of wastes listed in 900-402-06 and 900-404-06. High boiling substances and bottom residues generated during the fractionation and regeneration of wastes listed in 900-401-06||tt| |Bottom residues from fractionation and regeneration of wastes listed in 900-402-06 and 900-404-06
Wastewater treatment scum and sludge (excluding wastewater biochemical treatment sludge) from the regeneration of wastes listed in 900-401-06 Wastewater treatment scum and sludge (excluding wastewater biochemical treatment sludge) from the regeneration of wastes listed in 900-402-06 and 900-404-06 Hazardous characteristics
Waste category
HW07||tt| |Heat Treatment
Cyanide Waste
HWo8
Waste Mineral Oil and
Mineral Oil Containing
Waste
Industry Source
Metal Surface Treatment
And Heat Treatment Processing
Oil Extraction
Natural Gas Extraction
Petroleum Refining
Product Manufacturing
Non-Specific Industries
Waste Code
336-001-07
336-002-07| |tt||336-003-07
336-004-07
336-005-07
336-049-07
071-001-08
071-002-08
072-001-08
251-001-08
251-002-08
251-003-08
251-004-08
2 51-005-08
251-006-08
251-010-08
251-011-08
251-012-08
900-199-08
900-200-08
900-201-08
900-203-08
900-204-08
900-205-08
900-209 -08
900-210-08
900-211-08
Table A.1 (continued)
Hazardous wastes
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Hazardous characteristics
Quenching pool residues from metal heat treatment using cyanideQuenching wastewater treatment sludge from metal heat treatment using cyanideWaste generated during maintenance of heat treatment furnaces containing cyanideInner linings generated during heat treatment of carburizing furnacesHeat treatment carburizing cyanide slag from metal heat treatment processSalt bath kettle Cyanide residues and waste liquids from cleaning
Residues from cyanide heat treatment and annealing operationsOil sludge and oil footings from oil extraction and refiningAbandoned drilling mud from oil extraction using mineral oil as continuous phase
Abandoned drilling mud from natural gas extraction using mineral oil as continuous phase
Oil/water and hydrocarbon/water mixtures from cleaning mineral oil storage and transportation facilities
Storage facilities, oil-water-solid separation during primary oil refining Oily sludge from separators, water tanks, ditches and other pipelines, sewage pools, and rainwater collection pipes
Oily sludge from oil separators during petroleum refining, as well as sludge from gasoline refining process wastewater and cooling wastewater treatment (excluding sludge from wastewater biochemical treatment) Scum from dissolved air flotation process in petroleum refining Spilled waste oil or emulsion from petroleum refining Oily sludge from cleaning of heat exchanger tube bundles in petroleum refining Sediment at the bottom of clarified oil slurry tanks during petroleum refining Residues from oil inlet pipeline filtration or separation devices during petroleum refining Waste filter media from petroleum refining Waste mineral oil and sludge from centralized dismantling of internal combustion engines, automobiles, ships, etc. Waste mineral oil and sludge from grinding, grinding, and polishing processes Waste kerosene, diesel, gasoline, and other solvent oils produced from petroleum and coal refining Waste mineral oil from surface hardening using quenching oil Waste mineral oil from metal rolling using rolling oil, coolant, and acid Waste mineral oil from tinning and solder recovery processes Waste mineral oil from shaping and physical and mechanical surface treatment of metals and plastics Waste paraffin and lubricating oil generated
Waste oil, sludge generated by oil/water separation facilities and scum and sludge generated by wastewater treatment (excluding sludge from biological treatment of wastewater) Waste solvent oil generated in rubber production process T
GB/T38920—2020
Waste category
HW08
Waste mineral oil and
Waste containing mineral oil
HWo9
Oil/water, hydrocarbon/water
Mixtures or
emulsified Liquid
HW10
Polychlorinated (brominated)
Biphenyl waste
HW11
Distillation
Residue
Industry source
Non-specific industry
Non-specific industry
Non-specific industry
Refined petroleum product manufacturing
Coking
Waste code
900-212-08
900-213-08
900-214 -08
900-215-08
900-216-08
900-217-08
900-218-08
900-219-08
900-220-08
900-221-08
900-222-08
900-249-08
900-005-09
900-006-09||t t||900-007-09
900-008-10
900-009-10
900-010-10
900-011-10
251-013-11
252-001-11
252-002-11
252-003-11
252-004-11
252-005-11
Table A.1 (Continued)
Hazardous waste
Waste white oil generated in the production of lithium battery diaphragmsPrecipitation residues and filter residues generated in the regeneration and purification of waste mineral oilWaste filter adsorption media
Waste engine oil, brake oil, automatic transmission oil, gear oil and other waste lubricating oils generated in the maintenance and dismantling of vehicles and machineryPyrolysis residues generated in the cracking and regeneration of waste mineral oilWaste anti-rust oil generated in the process of using anti-rust oil for rust prevention of casting surface
Waste lubricating oil generated in the process of using industrial gear oil for mechanical equipment lubrication
Waste hydraulic oil generated in the maintenance, replacement and dismantling of hydraulic equipmentWaste refrigeration oil generated in the maintenance, replacement and dismantling of refrigeration compression equipment
Transformer maintenance Waste transformer oil generated during maintenance, replacement and dismantling Waste fuel oil and sludge generated during fuel oil storage Floating oil and sludge generated during the treatment of petroleum refining wastewater such as flotation, oil separation, flocculation and sedimentation
Other waste mineral oil and mineral oil-containing waste generated during production, sales and use
Oil/water, hydrocarbon/water mixtures or emulsions generated during maintenance, replacement and dismantling of hydraulic presses
Oil/water, hydrocarbon/water mixtures or emulsions generated during mechanical processing using cutting oil and cutting fluid
Oil/water, hydrocarbon/water mixtures or emulsions generated during other process processes Capacitors and transformers containing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polychlorinated terphenyls (PCTs) and polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs)||tt ||Cleaning fluids of power equipment containing PCBs, PCTs and PBBsWaste dielectric oil, insulating oil, cooling oil and heat transfer oil from power equipment containing PCBs, PCTs and PBBs
Waste packaging and containers containing or contaminated with PCBs, PCTs and PBBsAcid tar and other tars from petroleum refiningResidues from ammonia distillation towers during coking
Tar residues at the bottom of clarification facilities during cokingResidues from naphthalene and crude benzene refining during recovery of coking by-productsTar residues in tar storage facilities during coking and recovery of coking by-products
Tar residues in tar storage facilities during coal tar refiningHazardous characteristics
T,.I
Waste categories||tt ||HW11
Distillation
Residue
Industry Source
Coking
Gas Production
And Supply
Basic Chemistry
Raw Material Manufacturing
Waste Code
252-006-11
252-007-11
252-008-11
252-009-11
252-010-11
252-011-11
252-012-11
252-013-11
252-014-11
252-015-1 1
252-016-11
450-001-11
450-002-11
450-003-11
261-007-11
261-008-11
261-009-11
261-01 0-11
261-011-11
261-012-11
261-013-11
261-014-11
261-015-11
261-016-11
261-017-11
261- 018-11
261-019-11
261-020-11
261-021-11
Table A.1 (continued)
Hazardous wastes
Tar residues from coal tar fractionation and refining Wastewater pond residues from coking by-product recovery GB/T38920—2020
Hazardous characteristics
Residues from distillation, clarification and washing processes in light oil recovery Wastewater pond residues from light oil refining
Wastewater treatment sludge from coking and coal tar processing and utilization (excluding wastewater biochemical treatment sludge)
Acid tar and other tars from coke production Coke production Residues from crude benzene refining during the process Desulfurization waste liquid generated during coke production Residues and tar from gas purification during coke production Coke powder and dust from coke screening during coke production
Flash oil from coal tar modification Coal tar residue from gas purification in coal gas production industry Wastewater treatment sludge from coal gas production (excluding wastewater biochemical treatment sludge)
Coal tar from coal gas condensation during gas production Distillation residue from ethylene-based acetaldehyde production process Distillation minor fractions from ethylene-based acetaldehyde production process Distillation residue from benzyl chloride distillation in benzyl chloride production process Distillation residue and heavy fractions from carbon tetrachloride production process Epi-alcohol production process Distillation residue from refining tower Distillation residue from cumene process for producing phenol and acetone Distillation residue and light fraction from phthalic anhydride process for producing phthalic anhydride by tet
Distillation residue and light fraction from o-xylene process for producing phthalic anhydride
Distillation residue from nitrobenzene process for producing nitrobenzene by benzene nitration Distillation residue and centrifugal separation residue from toluene diisocyanate production
1.1.1-Distillation residue from trichloroethane production Distillation residue from the combined production of trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene Distillation residue from aniline production Distillation residue from aniline extraction process in aniline production Reaction residue from drying tower in toluenediamine production by dinitrotoluene hydrogenationI
Waste category
HW11
Distillation
Residue
Industry source
Coking
Gas production
and supply industry
Basic chemistry
Raw material manufacturing
Waste code
252-006-11
252-007-11
252-008-11||t t||252-009-11
252-010-11
252-011-11
252-012-11
252-013-11
252-014-11
252-015-11
252-016-11
450-001-11
450-002-11|| tt||450-003-11
261-007-11
261-008-11
261-009-11
261-010-11
261-011-11
261-012-11
261-013-11
261-014-11
261-015-11| |tt||261-016-11
261-017-11
261-018-11
261-019-11
261-020-11
261-021-11
Table A.1 (continued)
Hazardous wastes
Tar residues from coal tar fractionation and refining Wastewater pond residues from the recovery of coking by-products G B/T38920—2020
Hazardous characteristics
Residues from distillation, clarification and washing processes in the recovery of light oil Residues from wastewater pools in the refining of light oil
Wastewater treatment sludge from coking and coal tar processing and utilization (excluding wastewater biochemical treatment sludge)
Acid tar and other tars from coke production Residues from crude benzene refining in coke production Desulfurization waste liquid from coke production Residues and tar from coal gas purification in coke production Coke powder and dust from coke screening process from quenching wastewater precipitation in coke production
Flash oil from coal tar modification Coal tar residue from coal gas purification in coal gas production industry Wastewater treatment sludge from coal gas production (excluding wastewater biochemical treatment sludge)
Coal tar from coal gas condensation during coal gas production Distillation residue from acetaldehyde production by ethylene Distillation minor fractions from the production of acetaldehyde by olefins Distillation residue from distillation of benzyl chloride in the production of benzyl chloride Distillation residue and heavy fractions from the production of carbon tetrachloride Distillation residue from the refining tower in the production of epi-nitro alcohol Distillation residue from the production of phenol and acetone by isopropylbenzene Distillation residue and light fractions from the production of phthalic anhydride by phthalic anhydride
Distillation residue and light fractions from the production of phthalic anhydride by o-xylene
Distillation residue from the production of nitrobenzene by benzene nitration Distillation residue and centrifugal separation residue from the production of toluene diisocyanate
1.1.1-Distillation residue from the production of trichloroethane Distillation residue from the combined production of trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene Distillation residue from the production of aniline Distillation residue from the aniline extraction process in the production of aniline Reaction residue from the drying tower in the production of toluenediamine by dinitrotoluene hydrogenationI
Waste category
HW11
Distillation
Residue
Industry source
Coking
Gas production
and supply industry
Basic chemistry
Raw material manufacturing
Waste code
252-006-11
252-007-11
252-008-11||t t||252-009-11
252-010-11
252-011-11
252-012-11
252-013-11
252-014-11
252-015-11
252-016-11
450-001-11
450-002-11|| tt||450-003-11
261-007-11
261-008-11
261-009-11
261-010-11
261-011-11
261-012-11
261-013-11
261-014-11
261-015-11| |tt||261-016-11
261-017-11
261-018-11
261-019-11
261-020-11
261-021-11
Table A.1 (continued)
Hazardous wastes
Tar residues from coal tar fractionation and refining Wastewater pond residues from the recovery of coking by-products G B/T38920—2020
Hazardous characteristics
Residues from distillation, clarification and washing processes in the recovery of light oil Residues from wastewater pools in the refining of light oil
Wastewater treatment sludge from coking and coal tar processing and utilization (excluding wastewater biochemical treatment sludge)
Acid tar and other tars from coke production Residues from crude benzene refining in coke production Desulfurization waste liquid from coke production Residues and tar from coal gas purification in coke production Coke powder and dust from coke screening process from quenching wastewater precipitation in coke production
Flash oil from coal tar modification Coal tar residue from coal gas purification in coal gas production industry Wastewater treatment sludge from coal gas production (excluding wastewater biochemical treatment sludge)
Coal tar from coal gas condensation during coal gas production Distillation residue from acetaldehyde production by ethylene Distillation minor fractions from the production of acetaldehyde by olefins Distillation residue from distillation of benzyl chloride in the production of benzyl chloride Distillation residue and heavy fractions from the production of carbon tetrachloride Distillation residue from the refining tower in the production of epi-nitro alcohol Distillation residue from the production of phenol and acetone by isopropylbenzene Distillation residue and light fractions from the production of phthalic anhydride by tet
Distillation residue and light fractions from the production of phthalic anhydride by o-xylene
Distillation residue from the production of nitrobenzene by benzene nitration Distillation residue and centrifugal separation residue from the production of toluene diisocyanate
1.1.1-Distillation residue from the production of trichloroethane Distillation residue from the combined production of trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene Distillation residue from the production of aniline Distillation residue from the aniline extraction process in the production of aniline Reaction residue from the drying tower in the production of toluenediamine by dinitrotoluene hydrogenation
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