(4) Contractor-generated materials that are the contractor' s responsibility to
dispose of under the terms of the contract.
(5) Sludge and residue generated as a result of industrial plant processes or
(6) Refuse and other discarded material resulting from mining, dredging,
construction, and demolition operations.
(7) Unique wastes and residue of a nonrecurring nature generated by
research and development experimental programs.
h. The Director of Logistics Agency (DLA). The DLA will handle and dispose
of properly identified industrial process sludge and residue that are neither commingled
nor a product of the industrial waste treatment facility.
i. Units and Activities. Units, activities, family quarter occupants, and other
groups generating waste have important responsibilities and are held accountable for
their following through with established regulations. Responsibilities include:
(1) Developing and implementing an approved Waste Management Plan and
standing operating procedure (SOP) to establish procedures for the proper care of
equipment, facilities, personnel, and waste. Ensuring prompt and adequate safety and
precautions are being addressed, to include adequate reporting, containment, and
cleanup of wastes.
(2) Ensuring that appropriate agencies, capabilities, and resources could be
made available and are consistent with operational commitments to assist in adequate
handling, problem solving, and disposing of wastes.
(3) Identifying a person to be responsible for daily management of solid
waste and hazardous waste.
(4) Working to minimize the volume or quantity of hazardous waste prior to
disposal, using economically practicable methods that emphasize source reduction,
recycling, and reuse.
(5) Designing and producing material so that the end item or its components
can be economically restored, reconstituted, or converted to other uses.
(6) Implementing programs to reduce or eliminate hazardous waste
generated by substituting nonhazardous or less hazardous materials.
(7) Keeping the waste container pickup area clean, orderly, and accessible to