|(a) A small quantity generator (SQG) is required to
provide written notification to the executive director of the operation
of an approved treatment process unit used only for the treatment
of medical waste generated on-site in accordance with the provisions
of 25 TAC §1.136 (relating to Approved Methods of Treatment and
Disposition). Alternative treatment technologies may be approved in
accordance with requirements found in 25 TAC §1.135 (relating
to Performance Standards for Commercially-Available Alternate Treatment
Technologies for Special Waste from Health Care-Related Facilities).
This one-time notification shall include:
(1) contact information for the generator;
(2) if applicable, name, address, telephone number,
and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality authorization number
of the mobile treatment operator providing treatment; and
(3) the method/conditions of treatment.
(b) An SQG shall maintain on-site a written record
that contains the information listed in subsection (a) of this section
and the following:
(1) the name (printed) and initials of the person(s)
(2) the dates of treatment; and
(3) the amounts of waste treated.
(c) A SQG shall follow the requirements listed in §326.41(c)
of this title (relating to On-site Treatment by Large Quantity Generators)
for disposal of medical wastes that have been treated in accordance
with the provisions of 25 TAC §1.136.