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Michigan Hazardous Waste and Liquid Industrial By-Products (formerly Liquid Industrial Waste) Transporter Program
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, through the Materials Management Division, manages the registration and permitting for hazardous waste and liquid industrial by-products (formerly liquid industrial waste) transportation in the State of Michigan.
Laws and Rules
The following Part 111 delegation letters were signed by the Director to redistribute existing delegated authorities as necessary.
- MMD 111-01 (revised 4/19/2018) - Permitting and Licensing at Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
- MMD 111-02 (revised 4/19/2018) - Compliance and Enforcement
- MMD 111-03 (revised 4/19/2018) - Disposal Fees and Financial Assurance
- MMD 111-04 (revised 4/19/2018) - Treatability Studies
- MMD 111-05 (revised 4/19/2018) - Hazardous Waste Transporter Licensing
- MMD 111-06 (revised 4/19/2018) - Hazardous Waste User Charges
Uniform Transport Laws and Rules
- Hazardous Materials Transportation Act 1998 Public Act 138
- Part 121 of 1994 P.A. 451 as amended Liquid Industrial By-Products (formerly Liquid Industrial Waste): and Act 8 of 2008 (SB 92) amendments
- Part 111 of 1994 P.A. 451, as amended Administrative Rules:
- Federal Hazardous Materials Transportation Law and Rules
- Act 181 of 1963, Motor Carrier Safety Act
- Act 300 of 1949, Michigan Vehicle Code
Please note: on December 17, 2015, Part 121, Liquid Industrial Waste, of the Michigan Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, Act 451 of 1994 as amended was amended by Act 224, establishing "Liquid Industrial By-Products." Other statutory changes were made under Acts 225, and 226 of 2015 to provide for conforming laws. For questions pertaining to the Part 121 statutory changes, consider reviewing the redline changes made to Part 121, attending the training, contacting the Environmental Assistance Center at 800-662-9278, or contacting your local District Office for help.