Instructions for Form G-FDS, CN-0906 "Annual Hazardous Waste Generator Fee Determination" - Tennessee

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STATE OF TENNESSEE
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
WILLIAM R. SNODGRASS TENNESSEE TOWER
312 ROSA L. PARKS AVENUE, 14TH FLOOR
NASHVILLE, TN 37243
How to Calculate Your Annual Hazardous Waste Generator Fee Using Form CN-0906 (G-FDS)
Part 1 - GENERATION - GUIDANCE AND GENERAL COMMENTS
CHECK UNIT OF MEASURE YOU ARE REPORTING
REQUIRED INFORMATION: You are required to select the units you are using to calculate your hazardous waste
generation base fee. Use these units throughout.
(Pounds = Kilograms multiplied by 2.2046)
CHECK IF YOU HAD A CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP OR LOCATION
Additional fees apply. If you changed locations, you will be required to obtain a new EPA ID.
Establish your appropriate hazardous waste generator base fee category according to Rule 0400-12-01-.08(5)(a).
Refer to Rules 0400-12-01-.02 and 0400-12-01-.03 for more information on the distinctions between Large
Quantity Generators (LQGs), Small Quantity Generators (SQGs) and Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity
Generators (CESQGs).
Include reportable amounts of hazardous waste (i.e. satellite accumulation, wastewater, etc.). Do not report on
excluded waste as defined by Rule 0400-12-01-.01(4), 0400-12-01-.02(1)(d)(6) and 0400-12-01-.09(6), (7), (13) and
(14). Note: Do not include wastes generated from the cleanup or containment of a Superfund site or "a spill on
public property".
The provisions of Rule 0400-12-01-.02(1)(e)3(ii) identifies wastes that do not have to be counted in determining if a
generator is a Conditionally Exempt Small Generator or CESQG.
A generator who qualified as a CESQG in every calendar month of the reporting year is not required to complete
and submit this form. CESQG’s who accumulated more than 1000 kilograms (2200 pounds) of hazardous waste at
any one time during the Reporting Year must report.
Largest amount of hazardous waste generated in ANY CALENDAR MONTH of the reporting year
Line 1
This amount will come from on-site records. Select appropriate category.
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Largest amount of hazardous waste accumulated AT ANYTIME in the reporting year
Line 2
This amount should come from on-site records. Select appropriate category.
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Largest amount of “acute” hazardous waste generated in ANY CALENDAR MONTH of the reporting
Line 3
year
See Rules 0400-12-01-.02(4)(a)4 and 0400-12-01-.02(4)(d)4. Select appropriate category.
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Line 4
Largest amount of “acute” hazardous waste spill cleanup residue generated in ANY CALENDAR
MONTH of the reporting year
Select appropriate category.
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Hazardous waste GENERATOR BASE FEE
Line 5
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Enter the largest applicable fee amount based on selections from Lines 1– 4. The amount entered on
Line 5 must be $0, $1,200 or $2,000.
If line 5 is $0, then omit Part 2 –Offsite Shipping Fees. Proceed to Part 3 CERTIFICATION REQUIRED.
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Note: If this form is filled out online, calculated amounts will automatically be entered by the computer program.
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STATE OF TENNESSEE
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
WILLIAM R. SNODGRASS TENNESSEE TOWER
312 ROSA L. PARKS AVENUE, 14TH FLOOR
NASHVILLE, TN 37243
How to Calculate Your Annual Hazardous Waste Generator Fee Using Form CN-0906 (G-FDS)
Part 1 - GENERATION - GUIDANCE AND GENERAL COMMENTS
CHECK UNIT OF MEASURE YOU ARE REPORTING
REQUIRED INFORMATION: You are required to select the units you are using to calculate your hazardous waste
generation base fee. Use these units throughout.
(Pounds = Kilograms multiplied by 2.2046)
CHECK IF YOU HAD A CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP OR LOCATION
Additional fees apply. If you changed locations, you will be required to obtain a new EPA ID.
Establish your appropriate hazardous waste generator base fee category according to Rule 0400-12-01-.08(5)(a).
Refer to Rules 0400-12-01-.02 and 0400-12-01-.03 for more information on the distinctions between Large
Quantity Generators (LQGs), Small Quantity Generators (SQGs) and Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity
Generators (CESQGs).
Include reportable amounts of hazardous waste (i.e. satellite accumulation, wastewater, etc.). Do not report on
excluded waste as defined by Rule 0400-12-01-.01(4), 0400-12-01-.02(1)(d)(6) and 0400-12-01-.09(6), (7), (13) and
(14). Note: Do not include wastes generated from the cleanup or containment of a Superfund site or "a spill on
public property".
The provisions of Rule 0400-12-01-.02(1)(e)3(ii) identifies wastes that do not have to be counted in determining if a
generator is a Conditionally Exempt Small Generator or CESQG.
A generator who qualified as a CESQG in every calendar month of the reporting year is not required to complete
and submit this form. CESQG’s who accumulated more than 1000 kilograms (2200 pounds) of hazardous waste at
any one time during the Reporting Year must report.
Largest amount of hazardous waste generated in ANY CALENDAR MONTH of the reporting year
Line 1
This amount will come from on-site records. Select appropriate category.
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Largest amount of hazardous waste accumulated AT ANYTIME in the reporting year
Line 2
This amount should come from on-site records. Select appropriate category.
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Largest amount of “acute” hazardous waste generated in ANY CALENDAR MONTH of the reporting
Line 3
year
See Rules 0400-12-01-.02(4)(a)4 and 0400-12-01-.02(4)(d)4. Select appropriate category.
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Line 4
Largest amount of “acute” hazardous waste spill cleanup residue generated in ANY CALENDAR
MONTH of the reporting year
Select appropriate category.
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Hazardous waste GENERATOR BASE FEE
Line 5
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Enter the largest applicable fee amount based on selections from Lines 1– 4. The amount entered on
Line 5 must be $0, $1,200 or $2,000.
If line 5 is $0, then omit Part 2 –Offsite Shipping Fees. Proceed to Part 3 CERTIFICATION REQUIRED.
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Note: If this form is filled out online, calculated amounts will automatically be entered by the computer program.
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Instructions for Using Form CN-0906 (Form G-FDS) (continued)
Part 2 - OFFSITE SHIPPING FEES
Enter the total amount of hazardous waste shipped during the report year.
Line 6
Total of ALL offsite shipped hazardous waste from ALL PAGES (GRAND TOTAL) entered in column 4 on
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the Offsite Shipping Report (Form CN-0779).
Line 7
Amount of Line 6 resulting from a TDEC or EPA remediation or corrective action activity.
Enter the amount of Line 6 resulting from a TDEC or EPA remediation or corrective action activity
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required by a permit, order or other enforceable document. (See Rules 0400-12-01-.08(5)(d)2)
Amount of Line 6 that was recycled/recovered through ion exchange (T30), distillation (T54), solvent
Line 8
recovery (T63), lead smelting, precious metals recovery and/or high temperature metal recovery.
Enter the amount of hazardous waste from Line 6 that was treated by any of the above listed treatment
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methods. (See Rule 0400-12-01-.08(5)(d)1 for further clarification)
Line 8A
Add Lines 7 and 8
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This is the total amount of Excluded Wastes from Offsite Shipping fees for the Report Year
Subtract Line 8A From Line 6 - SUBTOTAL SUBJECT TO FEES
Line 9
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This is the total amount remaining of Waste Shipped Offsite that is subject to FEES
Line 10
Amount of Line 9 with a thermal heating value greater than 5000 BTU per pound that was
legitimately recycled by burning it as a fuel in a boiler or industrial furnace (T50 and T80 through
T93 or blended into a fuel).
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Enter the amount of hazardous waste from Line 9 that was burned for energy recovery with a
thermal heating value greater than 5000 BTU per pound that was legitimately recycled by burning it
as a fuel in a boiler or industrial furnace. (See Rule 0400-12-01-.08(5)(c)1).
Line 11
Amount of Line 9 that was hazardous wastewaters [(< 1% total organic carbon (TOC) and < 1% total
suspended solids (TSS)]
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Enter the amount from Line 9 that consisted of wastewaters shipped offsite containing < 1% total
organic carbon (TOC) and < 1% total suspended solids (TSS). (See Rule 0400-12-01-.08(5)(c)2).
Add Lines 10 and 11 Total Amount of identified waste available for fees
Line 11A
Line 9 Remaining unidentified wastes eligible for fees
Line 12
CALCULATE
Line 13
Multiply Line 10 by $0.0012 (if in pounds) or $0.00264552 (if in kilograms) to determine this fee and
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enter the amount on Line 13. (Round to two decimal places)
CALCULATE
Line 14
Multiply the amount on Line 11 by $0.0047 (if in pounds) or $0.01036162 (if in kilograms) and enter
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this fee on Line 14. (Round to two decimal places)
Line 15
CALCULATE
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Multiply Line 12 by $0.0088 (if in pounds) or $0.01940048 (if in kilograms) to determine the offsite
shipping fee for non-excluded waste and enter the amount on Line 14. (Round to two decimal places)
Line 16
OFFSITE SHIPPING FEE
Add Lines 13, 14 and 15 to determine the total offsite shipping fee and enter the amount on Line 16.
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Line 17
OFFSITE SHIPPING FEE CALCULATION
Enter on Line 17 the amount on Line 16 or $29,200 (whichever is the smaller amount).
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TOTAL ANNUAL HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATION FEE
Line 18
Add Lines 5, 17
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Part 3 - Certification (Required)
Complete Form HN-CS (Form CN-1442 Including Section 7)
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