39. Nonmixable used and waste oils are considered hazardous materials because they
Oil and water, two nonmixing substances, which can be kept near a stream.
Halogenated solvents in excess of 1,000 parts per million (PPM).
Between 80 and 1,000 PPM halogenated solvents as a result of other than
Halogenated solvents below 1,000 PPM, which may be blended or mixed with
other Class II waste for storage prior to burning.
40. Class II field waste, stored prior to burning IAW 40 CFR 266, Subpart B, concerns:
Ignitable, corrosive, reactive, and/or toxic materials.
Nonmixable used and waste oils.
Mixable POL waste.
41. With new environmental laws enacted, field maintenance of vehicles is limited.
Which of the following is/are correct?
a. No POL, grease, rags or toweling, and the like be dumped or spilled on
the ground by soldiers.
b. All waste POL must be placed in drums and returned to garrison for recycling.
c. Vehicles will not be washed in or near any lake or stream.
d. All of the above.