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California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 25250.12

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Used oil generated during maintenance operations may be transferred from its point of generation to the maintenance person's place of business, other than a residence, for the purpose of consolidation in a tank or container, without meeting the requirements of Sections 25160, 25163, and 25201, if the material is to be recycled at an authorized offsite hazardous waste facility and if all the following conditions are met:

(a) The generator transports the used oil in a vehicle owned by the generator or owned by an employee of the generator.

(b) Not more than 55 gallons are transferred in the vehicle at any one time.

(c) The used oil is managed in accordance with all laws concerning storage and handling of hazardous wastes upon consolidation at the maintenance person's place of business.

(d) The used oil is deemed to be generated at the point of consolidation upon consolidation.

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