Town of Framingham
Map of Disposal Sites in South Framingham file size 6MB
Map of Air and Waste Facilities in South Framingham file size 1MB
Related Programs and Information
Cleanup of Sites and Spills Program
See also: Massachusetts' Approach to Waste Site Cleanup: Chapter 21E and the Massachusetts Contingency Plan and Fact Sheet: The Massachusetts Waste Site Cleanup Program - The Basics
Resources for Auto Recyclers
- Best Management Practices for Automotive Recyclers: Vehicle Crushing
- Best Management Practices: Waste Oil, Used Oil Filters & Waste Oil Space Heaters
- Best Management Practices: Waste Tires
- Mercury Management for Vehicle Recyclers, Scrap Recycling Facilities & Mobile Crushers
MassDEP fact sheet summarizing Mercury Management Act end-of-life vehicle recycling requirements.
Resources for Hazardous Waste Generators
- Compliance Assistance Guide for Generators of Hazardous Waste - English
- Compliance Assistance Guide for Generators of Hazardous Waste - Portuguese
- Compliance Assistance Guide for Generators of Hazardous Waste - Spanish
- The Importance of Obtaining a Hazardous Waste Generator ID
- Hazardous Waste Generator Status & Storage Limits
If you generate less than 220 pounds (approximately 27 gallons) of hazardous waste or waste oil per month and no acutely hazardous waste, you may register with the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) as a Very Small Quantity Generator (VSQG).
- National Hazardous Waste Manifest Form
All Massachusetts generators and Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facilities initiating shipments of hazardous waste and waste oil must use the national six-part manifest form required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
- Satellite Area Accumulation of Hazardous Waste
The satellite accumulation provisions of the Massachusetts Hazardous Waste Regulations give facilities that generate hazardous waste(s) the option of collecting waste(s) in satellite areas until containers are full, thus allowing these facilities more time and flexibility to meet Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) requirements.
- The Very Small Quantity Generator of Hazardous Waste (VSQG)
If your facility uses cleaning solvents, oils, inks, paints, acids or alkalines, it is likely generating hazardous waste that need to be handled appropriately.
- Managing Spent "High Flash" Mineral Spirits & Petroleum Naphtha Wastes
Many Massachusetts businesses - including auto and truck repair garages and dealerships, machine shops, and shops that rebuild, repair and maintain engines - use petroleum distillates in cold solvent degreasing tanks to clean metal surfaces. When degreasing agents no longer work for this purpose, they become wastes.
- Safe Handling of Waste Oil for Burning in Space Heaters
- Towing Company Management of Fuel- and Oil-Contaminated Debris from Vehicle Accidents - March 2014
- Policy for Industrial Wipers Contaminated With Solvents
- Waste Management Guidance for Industrial Wipers & Sorptive Materials Contaminated With Waste Oil
- Guidelines for Compliant Spray Booth Operation In December 2007, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) introduced new regulations that will affect many spray booth and coating operations emitting relatively small amounts of solvents and pollutants known as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC). By complying with the Commonwealth's overall guidelines, you can prevent pollution and protect your shop from financial penalties and legal liabilities, as well as ensure worker safety. The Office of Technical Assistance and Technology (OTA) prepared this document to help you to: understand the new regulations; avoid common regulatory compliance violations; reduce VOC emissions and save money. OTA can help you to comply with the new regulations and find new ways to reduce the use of toxic material.