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Hazardous Waste Labels

Because hazardous waste transporters move regulated wastes on public roads, highways, rails, and waterways, EPA and the U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) jointly developed the hazardous waste transporter regulations.

A transporter of hazardous waste is subject to several regulations under RCRA, outlined in Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 263 including proper labeling of containers used to store and transport hazardous waste.

Reliance is a leading manufacturer of pinfeed waste labels for the correct marking of hazardous, non-hazardous, non-RCRA and universal waste containers.

Our labels are compliant with EPA and DOT regulations.

We use a PVC-free Poly facestock for extended use outdoor applications.

Hazardous Waste Labels

Hazardous Waste Labels

Hazardous Waste Labels are used to mark any hazardous waste drum or non-bulk container.  These labels include space to complete all the information necessary for marking a container for transport in compliance with EPA and DOT regulations.

Manufactured from PVC-free poly materials, these labels can be imprinted with your pinfeed printer or hand written.  Non-RCRA Regulated Waste Labels from Reliance are available in a variety of formats to meet your specific needs.

Non-Hazardous Waste Labels

Non-Hazardous Waste Labels

Non-Hazardous Waste Labels from Reliance Label Solutions helps waste accumulators comply with DOT and EPA requirements for clear identificaion of non-hazardous waste.

Manufactured from PVC-free poly materials, these labels can be imprinted with your pinfeed printer or hand written.  Non-Hazardous Waste Labels from Reliance are available in a variety of formats to meet your specific needs.

Non-RCRA Regulated Waste Labels

Non-RCRA Regulated Waste Labels

Non-RCRA Regulated Waste Labels are used for waste that is not regulated by the EPA or any other government agency.

RCRA is the acronym for the Resource Conservatrion and Recovery Act. It is the federal law that regulates the managment of hazardous waste, non-hazardous wastes, medical wastes and underground storage tanks,

Examples of hazardous wastes that are not covered by RCRA include: Non-RCRA regulated commercial solid waste, electronic wastes (recycled computers, cell phones, electronic devices) and household hazardous wastes.

Manufactured from PVC-free poly materials, these labels can be imprinted with your pinfeed printer or hand written.  Non-RCRA Regulated Waste Labels from Reliance are available in a variety of formats to meet your specific needs.

Universal Waste Labels

Universal Waste Labels

Universal Waste Labels are used by waste accumulators for waste that is generated across many industries, but is still considered hazardous.  Universal waste can include batteries, pesticides, mercury-containing equipment, some light bulbs and ballasts, CRT's and mercury thermostats.

Marking a container of waste with a Universal Waste label is vital in keeping your business compliant with hazmat and hazwaste regulations. Universal Waste Labels from Reliance will help identify these waste products from other hazardous waste that needs their own specific disposal methods.

Manufactured from PVC-free poly materials, these labels can be imprinted with your pinfeed printer or hand written.  Universal Waste Labels from Reliance are available in a variety of formats to meet your specific needs.

Shipping Forms

Shipping Forms

Federal regulations require generators and transporters of hazardous waste and owners or operators of hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal facilities (TSDFs) to use the uniform hazardous waste manifest (EPA Form 8700-22) and, if necessary, the continuation sheet (EPA Form 8700-22A) for both interstate and intrastate transportation.

Reliance Label Solutions provides both forms, plus the Non-Hazardous Waste Manifest (EPA Form 8700-XX).  See Specifications for a link to instructions to complete these forms

These are the NEW 5-part forms effective for use June 30, 2018.