Welcome to the USWAG Website!
The USWAG website underwent a complete redesign last September. We encourage you to explore the site and its features, including:
Each USWAG website visitor has a unique login. Select the Login button at the top right on any page. Log in using your email address and your EEI website password. If you do not know your password, select the Reset Password link. If you do not have an account, select the Create Account link. You will be able to access your section of the site within 2 business days.
We've redesigned the look and feel of the site with a new logo, updated color scheme and easier navigation.
It's easier to find the content you need with our improved navigation. The site is arranged in three sections:
About USWAG: Information available to the public, including Membership Information, Public Resources and our List of Affiliate Members.
Members Only: Resources available only to USWAG Members, including Governance documents, Committee Resources and Meeting Information.
Affiliates: Content available to Affiliate members, as well as USWAG members, including our new Affiliate Directory, Affiliate Resources and Meetings.
Search through our vast collection of documents with our new, robust search engine. You may search by keyword, Committee, author, document type and more.
If you have questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
USWAG provides the most comprehensive, knowledgeable and experienced legal and technical resources on utility solid waste management available. Learn more.
The majority of content on this site is for members-only. If you are NOT a USWAG member, find out how to join.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a national risk-based disposal approval for PCB Remediation Waste. This approval, which has also been posted on EPA's website, allows USWAG members who generate PCB remediation waste with concentrations of <50 ppm PCB to dispose of those wastes in non-TSCA disposal facilities.
Risk-Based Approval to Dispose of PCB Remediation Waste