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Learn about Massachusetts facilities that store, treat and recycle hazardous wastes, and the regulatory, licensing, permitting, record-keeping and reporting requirements that apply to them.
MassDEP licenses hazardous waste facilities for terms of five years. After receiving its license, a facility needs to apply to MassDEP for a:
Currently, the following Massachusetts facilities are licensed to treat and store hazardous waste. See Additional Resources below for a link to detailed licensing information about each of these facilities.
Murphy's Waste Oil Storage Inc.
EPA ID: MAD066588005
252 Salem Street
Woburn, MA 01801
Cyn Oil Corp.
EPA ID: MAD082303777
1771 Washington Street
Stoughton, MA 02072
*Non-commercial facility that stores its own hazardous waste for greater than 90 days.
MassDEP issues permits authorizing facilities to recycle certain hazardous wastes as an alternative to disposal, and setting specific conditions for this recycling activity. See Key Actions below to apply.
The following Massachusetts facilities below are currently permitted to recycle hazardous wastes, including contaminated soils and precious metals. See Additional Resources below for a link to more detailed permitting information about some of these facilities.
651 Lake Street
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Recycles: Petroleum-Contaminated Soil
Complete Recycling Solutions
1075 Airport Road
Fall River, MA 02723
Recycles: Mercury-Containing Waste
230 Great Western Road
South Dennis, MA 02660
Maxymillian Technologies Inc.
1801 East Street
Pittsfield, MA 01201
1101 Turnpike Street
Stoughton, MA 02072
Ondrick Materials & Recycling LLC
22 Industry Road
Chicopee, MA 01020
Brox Industries Inc.
1471 Methuen Street
Dracut, MA 01826
Recycles: Petroleum-Contaminated Soil (hot mix asphalt only)
Veolia ES Technical Solutions LLC
90 Pleasant Street
West Bridgewater, MA 02379
Each Large Quantity Generator (LQG) and Licensed Hazardous Waste Facility in Massachusetts is required to submit an 8700-13 (a)/(b) Hazardous Waste Report (also known as a Biennial Report) to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) every two years.
Starting in 2018, Biennial Reports will need to be filed electronically via the RCRAInfo Industry Application. The following information will need to be submitted:
See Additional Resources below to learn more about the new Biennial Reporting process.
Annual reporting requirements apply to Class A recycling permitted by MassDEP, as well as to Class B and Class C recycling activities.
Reports need to be submitted by March 1 following the calendar year they cover. See Additional Resources below for instructions and forms.
Under state and federal law, a facility that generates hazardous waste bears "cradle-to-grave" responsibility for the waste's creation, handling, transport, treatment and ultimate fate.
All Massachusetts waste generators and treatment facilities that initiate shipments of hazardous waste and/or waste oil must use the six-part National Manifest Form required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The form needs to be completed and the various copies distributed according to the instructions. The appropriate waste codes, including those for wastes that are regulated by Massachusetts only (e.g. MA01 for waste oil), also need to be used.
A generator of hazardous waste and/or waste oil:
See Additional Resources below for more information about the National Manifest System and EPA-approved manifest form printers.
Please note that EPA will be moving the National Manifest Form to a new online platform in the near future. Learn more about eManifest.