[ schedule  1 [See rule 3(14)(a)] List of Hazardous Wastes




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The Hazardous Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, 1989

1[ SCHEDULE 1

[See rule 3(14)(a)]



List of Hazardous Wastes


S.No.


Processes


Hazardous Wastes


1

2

3

1.


Petrochemical processes and pyrolytic operations

1.1 Furnace/reactor residue and debris*

1.2 Tarry residues

1.3 Oily sludge emulsion

1.4 Organic residues

1.5 Residues from alkali wash of fuels


    1. Still bottoms from distillation process

    2. Spent catalyst and molecular sieves

    1. Slop oil from wastewater

    2. ETP sludge containing hazardous constituents




2.

Drilling operation for oil and gas production

2.1 Drill cuttings containing oil

2.2 Sludge containing oil

2.3 Drilling mud and other drilling wastes*


3.

4.

5.




Cleaning, emptying and maintenance of petroleum oil storage tanks including ships

Petroleum refining/re-refining of used oil/recycling of waste oil


Industrial operations using mineral/synthetic oil as lubricant in hydraulic systems or other applications

    1. Oil-containing cargo residue, washing water and sludge

    2. Chemical-containing cargo residue and sludge

    3. Sludge and filters contaminated with oil

    4. Ballast water containing oil from ships.




    1. Oily sludge/emulsion

    2. Spent catalyst

    3. Slop oil

    4. Organic residues from process

    5. Chemical sludge from waste water treatment

    6. Spent clay containing oil

5.1 Used/spent oil

5.2 Wastes/residues containing oil


*Unless proved otherwise by the occupier based on sampling and analysis carried out by a laboratory recognized under the Act not to contain any of the constituents mentioned in Schedule 2 to the extent of concentration limits specified therein.

S.No.


Processes


Hazardous Wastes


1

2

3

6.

7.

8.




Secondary production and/or use of zinc

Primary production of zinc/lead/copper and other non-ferrous metals except aluminium

Secondary production of copper


6.1 Sludge and filter press cake arising out of zinc sulphate production

6.2 Zinc fines/dust/ash/skimmings (dispersible form)

6.3 Other residues from processing of zinc ash/skimmings

6.4 Flue gas dust and other particulates*




    1. Flue gas dust from roasting*

    2. Process residues

    1. Arsenic-bearing sludge

    2. Metal bearing sludge and residue including jarosite

    3. Sludge from ETP and scrubbers

8.1 Spent electrolytic solutions

8.2 Sludges and filter cakes

8.3 Flue gas dust and other particulates*



9.

Secondary production of lead

9.1 Lead slag/Lead bearing residues

9.2 Lead ash/particulate from flue gas




10.

11.

1
* Unless proved otherwise by the occupier based on sampling and analysis carried out by a laboratory recognized under the Act not to contain any of the constituents mentioned in Schedule 2 to the extent of concentration limits specified therein.
2.


Production and/or use of cadmium and arsenic and their compounds
Production of primary and secondary aluminium

Metal surface treatment, such as etching, staining, polishing, galvanising, cleaning, degreasing, plating, etc.



10.1 Residues containing cadmium and arsenic


    1. Sludges from gas treatment

    2. Cathode residues including pot lining wastes

    3. Tar containing wastes

    4. Flue gas dust and other particulates*

    5. Wastes from treatment of salt slags and black drosses*

12.1 Acid residues

12.2 Alkali residues

12.3 Spent bath/sludge containing sulphide, cyanide and toxic metals

12.4 Sludge from bath containing organic solvents

12.5 Phosphate sludge

12.6 Sludge from staining bath

12.7 Copper etching residues

12.8 Plating metal sludge

12.9 Chemical sludge from waste water treatment



S.No.


Processes


Hazardous Wastes


1

2

3

13.
14.

15.


16.

17.


18.

19.
20.





Production of iron and steel including other ferrous alloys (electric furnaces; steel rolling and finishing mills; Coke oven and by product plant)

Hardening of steel


Production of asbestos or asbestos-containing materials


Production of caustic soda and chlorine

Production of acids

Production of nitrogenous and complex fertilizers

Production of phenol
Production and/or industrial use of solvents


13.1 Process dust *

13.2 Sludge from acid recovery unit

13.3 Benzol acid sludge

13.4 Decanter tank tar sludge

13.5 Tar storage tank residue
14.1 Cyanide-, nitrate-, or nitrite-containing sludge

14.2 Spent hardening salt


15.1 Asbestos-containing residues

15.2 Discarded asbestos



    1. Dust/particulates from exhaust gas treatment.




    1. Mercury bearing sludge

    2. Residue/sludges and filter cakes*

    3. Brine sludge containing mercury




    1. Residues, dusts or filter cakes*

    2. Spent catalyst*

18.1 Spent catalyst*



    1. Spent carbon*

    2. Sludge/residue containing arsenic

    3. Chromium sludge from water cooling tower

    4. Chemical sludge from waste water treatment

19.1 Residue/sludge containing phenol


20.1 Contaminated aromatic, aliphatic or napthenic solvents not fit for originally intended use

    1. Spent solvents

    2. Distillation residues



* Unless proved otherwise by the occupier based on sampling and analysis carried out by a laboratory recognized under the Act not to contain any of the constituents mentioned in Schedule 2 to the extent of concentration limits specified therein.



S.No.

Processes

Hazardous Wastes


(1)

(2)

(3)










21.

22.


Production and/or industrial use of paints, pigments, lacquers, varnishes, plastics and inks
Production of plastic raw materials

21.1 Wastes and residues

21.2 Fillers residues


22.1 Residues of additives used in plastics manufacture like dyestuffs, stabilizers, flame retardants, etc.

    1. Residues of platicisers

    2. Residues from vinylchloride monomer production

    3. Residues from acrylonitrile production

    4. Non-polymerised residues



23.


24.

25.


26.

27.


28.

29.


30.

31.


32.
33.

34.

35.

36.



Production and/or industrial use of glues, cements, adhesive and resins
Production of canvas and textiles

Industrial production and formulation of wood preservatives


Production or industrial use of synthetic dyes, dye-intermediates and pigments
Production or industrial use of materials made with organo-silicone compounds
Production/formulation of drugs/ pharmaceuticals

Production, use and formulation of pesticides including stock-piles


Leather tanneries


Electronic Industry

Pulp & Paper Industry
Disposal of barrels / containers used for handling of hazardous wastes / chemicals
Purification processes for air and water

Purification process for organic compounds/solvents


Waste treatment processes, e.g. incineration, distillation, separation and concentration techniques







    1. Wastes/residues (not made with vegetable or animal materials)*

24.1 Textile chemical residues*

24.2 Chemical sludge from waste water treatment


    1. Chemical residues

    2. Residues from wood alkali bath




    1. Process waste sludge/residues containing acid or other toxic metals or organic complexes

26.2 Chemical sludge from waste water treatment

26.3 Dust from air filtration system


27.1 Silicone-containing residues

27.2 Silicone oil residues




    1. Residues and wastes*

    2. Spent catalyst / spent carbon

    1. Off specification products

    2. Date-expired, discarded and off- specification drugs/ medicines

    3. Spent mother liquor

    4. Spent organic solvents

29.1 Wastes/residues containing pesticides

29.2 Chemical sludge from waste water treatment

29.3 Date-expired and off-specification pesticides


30.1 Chromium bearing residue and sludge

30.2 Chemical sludge from waste water treatment


31.1 Residues and wastes*

31.2 Spent etching chemicals and solvents


32.1 Spent chemicals

32.2 Corrosive wastes arising from use of strong acid and bases

32.3 Sludge containing adsorbable organic halides
33.1 Chemical-containing residue from decontamination and disposal

33.2 Sludge from treatment of waste water arising out of cleaning / disposal of barrels / containers

33.3 Discarded containers / barrels / liners used for hazardous wastes/chemicals

34.1 Flue gas cleaning residue*

34.2 Toxic metal-containing residue from used-ion exchange material in water purification

34.3 Chemical sludge from waste water treatment

34.4 Chemical sludge, oil and grease skimming residues from common industrial effluent treatment plants (CETPs) and industry-specific effluent treatment plants (ETPs)

34.5 Chromium sludge from cooling water treatment


35.1 Filters and filter material which have organic liquids in them, e.g. mineral oil, synthetic oil and organic chlorine compounds

35.2 Spent catalyst*

35.3 Spent carbon*
36.1 Sludge from wet scrubbers

36.2 Ash from incineration of hazardous waste, flue gas cleaning residues

36.3 Spent acid from batteries

36.4 Distillation residues from contaminated organic solvents




* Unless proved otherwise by the occupier based on sampling and analysis carried out by a laboratory recognized under the Act not to contain any of the constituents mentioned in Schedule 2 to the extent of concentration limits specified therein.



2[SCHEDULE - 2

[See rule 3(14)(b)]


List of Wastes Constituents with Concentration Limits*

Class A
Concentration limit:  50 mg/kg
A1 Antimony and antimony compounds

A2 Arsenic and arsenic compounds

A3 Beryllium and beryllium compounds

A4 Cadmium and cadmium compounds

A5 Chromium (VI) compounds

A6 Mercury and mercury compounds

A7 Selenium and selenium compounds

A8 Tellurium and tellurium compounds

A9 Thallium and thallium compounds

A10 Inorganic cyanide compounds

A11 Metal carbonyls

A12 Napthalene

A13 Anthracene

A14 Phenanthrene

A15 Chrysene, benzo (a) anthracene, fluoranthene, benzo (a) pyrene, benzo (K) fluoranthene, indeno (1, 2, 3-cd) pyrene and benzo (ghi) perylene

A16 halogenated compounds of aromatic rings, e.g. polychlorinated biphenyls, polychloroterphenyls and their derivatives

A17 Halogenated aromatic compounds

A18 Benzene

A19 Organo-chlorine pesticides

A20 Organo-tin Compounds

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*Waste constituents and their concentration limits given in this list are based on BAGA (the Netherlands Environment Protection Agency) List of Hazardous Substances. In order to decide whether a specific material listed above is hazardous or not, following points be taken into consideration:




  1. If a component of the waste appears in one of the five risk classes listed above (A,B,C,D or E) and the concentration of the component is equal to or more than the limit for the relevant risks class, the material is then classified as hazardous waste.

  2. If a chemical compound containing a hazardous constituent is present in the waste, the concentration limit does not apply to the compound, but only to the hazardous constituent itself.

  3. If multiple hazardous constituents from the same class are present in the waste, the concentrations are added together.

  4. If multiple hazardous constituents from different classes are present in the waste, the lowest concentration limit corresponding to the constituent(s) applies.

  5. For substances in water solution, the concentration limit for dry matter must be used. If the dry matter content is less than 0.1% by weight, the concentration limit, reduced by a factor of one thousand, applies to the solution.

Class B

Concentration limit:  5, 000 mg/kg

B1 Chromium (III) compounds

B2 Cobalt compounds

B3 Copper compounds

B4 Lead and lead compounds

B5 Molybdenum compounds

B6 Nickel compounds

B7 Inorganic Tin compounds

B8 Vanadium compounds

B9 Tungsten compounds

B10 Silver compounds

B11 Halogenated aliphatic compounds

B12 Organo phosphorus compounds

B13 Organic peroxides

B14 Organic nitro-and nitroso-compounds

B15 Organic azo-and azooxy compounds

B16 Nitriles

B17 Amines

B18 (Iso-and thio-) cyanates

B19 Phenol and phenolic compounds

B20 Mercaptans

B21 Asbestos

B22 Halogen-silanes

B23 Hydrazine (s)

B24 Flourine

B25 Chlorine

B26 Bromine

B27 White and red phosphorus

B28 Ferro-silicate and alloys

B29 Manganese-silicate

B30 Halogen-containing compounds which produce acidic vapours on contact with humid air or water, e.g. silicon tetrachloride, aluminium chloride, titanium tetrachloride



Class C

Concentration limit;  20, 000 mg/kg

C1 Ammonia and ammonium compounds

C2 Inorganic peroxides

C3 Barium compounds except barium sulphate

C4 Fluorine compounds

C5 Phosphate compounds except phosphates of aluminium, calcium and iron

C6 Bromates, (hypo-bromites)

C7 Chlorates, (hypo-chlorites)

C8 Aromatic compounds other than those listed under A12 to A18

C9 Organic silicone compounds

C10 Organic sulphur compounds

C11 Iodates

C12 Nitrates, nitrites

C13 Sulphides

C14 Zinc compounds

C15 Salts of per-acids

C16 Acid amides

C17 Acid anhydrides

Class D

Concentration limit:  50, 000 mg/kg

D1 Total Sulphur

D2 Inorganic acids

D3 Metal hydrogen sulphates

D4 Oxides and hydroxides except those of hydrogen, carbon, silicon, iron, aluminum, titanium, manganese, magnesium, calcium

D5 Total hydrocarbons other than those listed under A12 to A18

D6 Organic oxygen compounds

D7 Organic nitrogen compounds expressed as nitrogen

D8 Nitrides

D9 Hydrides
Class E

Regardless of concentration limit; Classified as hazardous wastes at all concentrations

E1 Flammable substances

E2 Substances which generate hazardous quantities of flammable gases on contact with water or damp air



3[SCHEDULE 3

[See rules 3 (14) (c) & 12(1)]



Part A: Lists of Wastes Applicable for Import and Export

List-A*


Basel No.

Description of Wastes

Annex- I**

Annex -III#

OECD No.

Customs Code

AI

Metal and Metal bearing wastes














A1010

Metal waste and waste consisting of alloys of the following metals, but excluding such wastes specified on list B(corresponding mirror entry under List B in brackets)
















- Antimony

Y27

6.1, 11, 12

AA070

ex 2620.90




- Cadmium

Y26

6.1, 11, 12

AA070

ex 2620.90




- Tellurium

- Lead



Y28

Y31


6.1, 11, 12

6.1, 11, 12



AA070

ex 2620.90

A1020

Waste having as constituents or contaminants, excluding metal wastes in massive form, any of the following:

















- Cadmium, cadmium compounds.

( see B1020)




Y26

6.1, 11, 12

AA070

ex 2620.90




  • Antimony, antimony compounds.

  • ( see B1020)




Y27













- Tellurium, tellurium compounds. ( see B1020)

Y28

6.1, 11, 12

AA070

ex 2620.90




- Lead, lead compounds. ( see B1020)

Y31

6.1, 11, 12

AA030

ex 2620.20
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