Biennial Report and HMBP Reminder

by Art Mahoney, M.S., CHMM, REA

January 4, 2006

Greetings Hazardous Waste Brokers and Treatment Facilities:

As you probably already know, some of your clients are large quantity generators of hazardous waste and are required to submit their 2005 Biennial Hazardous Waste Report by March 1, 2006.

Many hazardous waste generators look to their hazardous waste service providers (i.e., you) for assistance. This is where I come into play- I can help your clients with this service.

2005 Biennial Hazardous Waste Report

The work will include the following tasks:

  • Review of the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifests for 2005 to characterize waste streams,
  • Determination of applicability or possibly exemption status,
  • Preparation of 2005 Biennial Hazardous Waste Report (in hard copy and electronic formats) for submittal to the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC). DTSC requires a representative of the company to certify (sign) the report.

2006 Hazardous Materials Business Plans (HMBPs)

Most of your clients will also be needing to update their HMBP this year as well. In addition to offering the service of preparing HMBPs. I offer the unique service of importing their chemical inventories into my product (EH&S Manager) and generating very useful reports for your clients, which include: Proposition 65 chemicals, extremely hazardous substances (EHS), fire code reports, and much more. EH&S Manager evens provides access to electronic Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs). Other products provide these services, but at a much higher cost.

An Easy Way to Comply

Contact me and I would be happy to provide you or your clients a quotation for my services or answer any questions that you may have.

Served by an Expert in the Field

My credentials include:
  • 15 years of experience assisting public and private companies to comply with hazardous material management, transportation and safety concerns
  • Managed University of California Berkeley’s hazardous waste program for 13 research and development and support facilities throughout California.
  • Managed the Hazardous Materials Business Plan and chemical inventory programs for the campus
  • MS in chemistry from University of California, Berkeley
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (Masters Level)
  • Registered Environmental Assessor

This service is just one of the many services that I offer my clients. Please feel free to contact me about other services at 650.347.0417 or e-mail at

Kind Regards and Good Luck

Arthur Mahoney, MS, CHMM, REA

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