|(a) The operator of a storage or processing facility shall specify the characteristics and constituent concentrations of wastes generated by the facility. The owner or operator must be able to provide documentation that all wastes leaving the facility can be adequately managed by other facilities, licensed or permitted by the appropriate agencies to receive such wastes, at the volumes and concentrations estimated in the facility design. (b) Wastes generated by a facility must be processed or disposed at an authorized solid waste management facility. (c) Wastewaters generated by a facility shall be managed in accordance with §330.207 of this title (relating to Contaminated Water Management). (d) The facility shall be designed and operated in a manner that sludges produced pass the Paint Filter Liquids Test, (United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Method 9095) as described in "Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Wastes, Physical/Chemical Methods" (EPA Publication Number SW-846, September 1986). The facility shall be designed and operated to produce a sludge that is acceptable at municipal solid waste landfills and does not exceed the following standards. Sludges exceeding these limits shall not be disposed in municipal solid waste landfills and must be sent to an authorized facility for further processing or disposal as a hazardous waste, as appropriate or disposed in a municipal solid waste landfill with dedicated Class 1 industrial solid waste cells if the sludge is nonhazardous.