40 CFR 245
Promulgation Resources Recovery Facilities
40 CFR 247
Guidelines for Procurement of Products that
Contained Recycled Material.
40 CFR 255
Identification of Regions and Agencies for Solid
40 CFR 256
Guidelines for Development and Implementation of
State Solid Waste Management Plans.
40 CFR 257
Criteria for Classification of Solid Waste
Disposal Facilities and Practices.
Each Navy facility must conform to these federal and to all state
and local government guidelines and regulations. Additionally, they must
comply with OPNAVINST 5090.1, Environment and Natural Resources Protectio
Manual, and with DOD Directive 4165.60, Solid Waste Management - Collecti
Disposal, Resource Recovery and Recycling Program, October 1976 (Programs
and L), as well as conform to NAVFAC MO-213, Solid Waste Management.
in each state is provided in Table 1. It is important to coordinate all
solid waste disposal activities with state and local enforcement agencies
1.4.2 Solid Waste Segregation. Solid wastes can be segregated at the
source, at transfer stations, and at the disposal area for subsequent sal
as secondary materials. Newspapers, office paper, metals, and glass are
typically segregated for sale in source separation programs. Segregation
wastes at the source of generation can be more cost-effective at military
installations than in civilian communities because the participation of a
solid waste generators can be mandated by installation leaders. When the
Defense Property Disposal Office, which is an office under the Defense
wastes, the activity receives the proceeds.
1.4.3 Municipal Contracts. Contracts with municipalities or private
industry can be arranged to allow either disposal of Navy solid waste at
offsite waste disposal facilities or disposal of offsite solid waste at N
installation disposal facilities. The former method of disposal is favor
where the cost of disposal is equal to or less than the cost of building
operating onsite disposal facilities.