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Review of Secondary Waste Disposal Planning for the Blue Grass and Pueblo Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plants Appendix B Definition of “Generator Knowledge” “Generator knowledge” is a hazardous waste evaluation method commonly accepted and defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and individual states based on some or all of the following information: Facility process flow diagram or narrative description of the process generating the waste (should be used in most cases). Chemical makeup of all ingredients or materials used in the process that generates the waste (should be used in most cases). List of constituents that are known or believed to be by-products or side reactions to the process that produces the waste. Material Safety Data Sheets and/or product labels for substances used in the process that generates the waste. Data obtained from approved methods of sampling and laboratory analysis of waste generated from the same process using the same ingredients/materials. Data obtained from literature regarding waste produced from a similar process using the same ingredients/materials. Documentation of product specifications or input materials and output products. REFERENCE EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency). 2005. RCRA Hazardous Waste Identification Training Module, 40 CFR 261, September. Washington, D.C.: Environmental Protection Agency.