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Client Alert

Waste No More: New EPA Rule Boosts Gasification Recycling at Refineries
Author: Anthony B. Cavender


On February 1, 2008, a new solid waste exclusion for petroleum refineries will take effect, adding "gasification" to the list of accepted petroleum refining processes. Consequently, oil-bearing hazardous secondary materials generated by a petroleum refinery that are recycled by being processed by a gasification unit at a refinery will no longer be considered to be solid wastes, if certain conditions are followed.

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