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     Waste Management and Disposal

     
     

    Eastman Business Park manages, treats, stores and disposes hazardous wastes and operates under various governmental regulations, permits, and orders promulgated or administered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC). Each Contractor must ensure compliance by all its employees and subcontractors with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.

    Contractors are prohibited from disposing materials into sewers (includes drains/sinks) or luggers without specific approval of the Kodak Representative. Contractors may not use Kodak waste or recycling processes to dispose of their non-Kodak wastes or recyclables.

    Contractors on Kodak sites may be required to manage hazardous wastes (as defined in the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). However, Kodak is responsible to characterize, and designate disposal sites for, all hazardous wastes generated at its facility.

    Conditions for management and disposal of waste material will be specified in the contract or the Health, Safety and Environmental Plan for the project.

    There are environmental requirements for the handling (transport, disposal, etc.) of contractor equipment that may become contaminated with Kodak's hazardous wastes. Contractors must contact the Kodak Representative prior to handling contaminated equipment.