Arizona Revised Statutes § 49-803 Prohibited Practices

49-803. Prohibited practices

A. Used oil shall not be used or disposed of by any of the following methods:

1. Discharge into sewers or waters of the state as defined in section 49-201 except pursuant to a permit issued by appropriate regulatory authorities.

2. Incineration except at a facility authorized to incinerate hazardous waste under section 49-922 or the federal act. Burning for energy recovery is not considered incineration for purposes of this section, unless the director determines pursuant to rule that the purpose of the burning is for destruction of listed or characteristic hazardous waste rather than energy recovery.

3. Disposal on land unless the used oil is disposed of in a landfill that is subject to 40 Code of Federal Regulations part 257 or 258 and that has an approved solid waste facility plan. This prohibition does not apply to used oil that is used as an ingredient in an explosive material.

4. Dispersal as a dust suppressant or contact herbicide.

B. For the purposes of subsection A, paragraph 3 of this section, normal minimal leakage from properly maintained vehicles and equipment shall not be considered disposal on land.

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