Hazardous Waste Forum
Last updated Feb. 9, 2018
Next Forum Meeting
Stakeholder Meeting Announcement
Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bennett Spring Conference Room
1730 E. Elm St.
Jefferson City, M0
Call-in number: 866-230-0963
The Hazardous Waste Program invites stakeholders to come and discuss the Missouri Department of Natural Resources' proposed changes to the hazardous waste regulations identified as part of the Red Tape Reduction review process, as well as a discussion about comments received during the process and whether any changes are proposed consistent with comments received. The proposed changes include revised requirements for hazardous waste container labeling, hazardous waste generator satellite accumulation areas, and requirements for resource recovery facilities including possible rescission. Please stay tuned to the Rules in Development webpage as documents will be posted prior to the meeting, including draft rule language and a tentative agenda.
Meetings are held at Bennett Spring / Roaring River Conference Rooms Elm Street Conference Center at 1730 E. Elm St. in Jefferson City.
If you have any questions, or require special services or accommodations to attend the meeting, please contact Debra Dobson by email or by calling 573-751-2747 no later than 24 hours prior to the meetings.
For information on the day of the meeting please call 573-751-3176. (During this time Debra Dobson will be actively participating at the meeting and will be unable to respond.)
Hearing-impaired people may use Relay Missouri at 800-735-2966.
* If you would like to submit topics for future meetings, please contact Debra Dobson as noted above.
2015 Hazardous Waste Rules Information
- Please use this webpage to find updates and other information about the major changes to hazardous waste rules that went into effect Dec. 30, 2015.
What is the Hazardous Waste Forum's Goal?
To provide a means for information exchange between department staff and Missouri citizens regarding hazardous waste laws, regulations, programs and procedures to improve understanding and identify areas for environmental improvement in the state.
What is the Hazardous Waste Forum's Mission?
The Hazardous Waste Forum's mission is to identify, evaluate and develop ways to better protect human health and the environment. The stakeholder group includes representatives from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, industry, consultants, environmental groups and other regulatory agencies. The group will meet regularly to evaluate and recommend opportunities and changes to law, regulations and department programs and procedures. These changes are intended to benefit the stakeholders while allowing the Hazardous Waste Program to maintain its mission of protecting human health and the environment.