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The Department requires the use of the Colorado Hazardous Waste Notification Form to notify of regulated waste activities and no longer uses EPA Form 8700-12.


The completed Notification Form with original signatures and $120 $84* notification fee, if applicable, should be sent to:


Notification Coordinator
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530 


*Temporary fee reduction for calendar year 2013.


Generator Fees and Notification Requirements pdf file

Please contact the Notification Coordinator at 303-692-3360 or the Customer Technical Assistance line at 303-692-3320 (1-888-569-1831 ext 3320 toll-free) if you have any questions regarding this form. Or send an email to comments.hmwmd@state.co.us .


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The 2013 Hazardous Waste Report is due March 1, 2014. Large quantity generators of hazardous waste and RCRA permitted or interim status treatment, storage or disposal (TSD) facilities are required to fill out a biennial Hazardous Waste Report on even numbered years according to the Colorado Hazardous Waste Regulations (6 CCR 1007-3 section 262.41 for large quantity generators; section 264.75 or 275.75 for treatment, storage or disposal facilities).  


Colorado Instructions replace EPA Instructions regarding reporting wastewater, exempt managed waste streams and exempt regulated units on the GM Form.  Special reporting instructions are also included for Waste Minimization (WM Form), the Site Form and the OI Form.


Reporting Information and Instructions pdf file   


Training pdf file    February 7, 2014


If you have any questions, please contact Mira Neumiller at 303-692-3350 (mira.neumiller@state.co.us) or Laura Gurule at 303-692-3360 (laura.gurule@state.co.us).


Annual Activity Reports are due March 1, 2014.


Complete this report for every RCRA regulated treatment, stoage and disposal (TSD) unit listed on your letter and round all figures to the nearest 1/10 ton. 


Group the RCRA Regulated Units into process types as defined in 6 CCR 1007-3 Section 100.31 and complete the appropriate section for EACH process group and commercial status of the facility. Process groups are A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF STORAGE OR TREATMENT, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL (TSD) PROCESS TYPES that manage hazardous waste in RCRA Regulated Units. Reporting by Process Groups is needed to determine if all RCRA Regulated Units are reporting waste volumes and if all waste streams from RCRA Regulated Units are being reported.


If the volume of waste undergoes more than one treatment process and/or is stored and/or is disposed, the semi-annual fee is based on the treatment or disposal process in the highest class (see Section 100.31(a)) or the minimum based on the type of process, whichever is greater.

If you have more than one process group, you will need to complete the report for each process group.



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See also Permits, Notifications, Registrations and Certifications for process summaries


Inspection Forms