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Giant Resource Recovery - Harleyville, Inc. P.O. Box 352

Phone: (800) 786-0477, (803) 496-2200 Fax: (803) 306-6808

I. Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Solid Fuel

Examples: Filter Cakes, Paint Solids, Carbon, Resins, PPE, Rags, Debris, Consumer Products

Specifications:

Heat Content – > 5,000 BTU/lb. (2,000-5,000 BTU may be accepted on a case-by-case basis)

Chlorides – ≤ 5% (> 5% may be accepted on a case-by-case basis)

PCBs – < 40 ppm

Metals – See Metals Guidelines

<10% by volume gravel, rocks, stones, etc.

Examples of materials that are not suitable for the Solid Fuel Program include medical wastes, free liquids, wet sludges, construction debris (concrete, steel, etc.) lab packs, aerosol cans, nitrocellulose, and reactive, explosive, and radioactive materials, as well as other materials that may pose a processing problem.

II. Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Liquid Fuel

Examples: Solvents, Waste Oil, Coolants, Alcohols, Off-Spec Fuels

Specifications:

Heat Content – > 5,000 BTU/lb. (2,000-5,000 BTU may be accepted on a case-by-case basis)

Chlorides – ≤ 3% (> 3% may be accepted on a case-by-case basis)

PCBs – < 40 ppm

Metals – See Metals Guidelines

III. Non-Hazardous Materials that Can Replace Raw Materials Used in Cement Production

Examples: Fly Ash, Sand, Iron Oxide, High Calcium-Type Materials

Specifications:

Size – < 20" x 20" x 20"

Sulfur – < 1%

Free of debris such as wood, concrete, metal, tires, etc.