(1) A person may not transport asbestos-containing waste generated at a facility unless accredited by the department as an asbestos project worker or asbestos project contractor/supervisor or escorted and supervised by a person who is accredited as an asbestos project worker or asbestos project contractor/supervisor.
(2) Prior to transporting or disposing of asbestos-containing waste from an asbestos project, a person shall obtain an asbestos project permit from the department.
(3) A person who transports or escorts a vehicle that contains asbestos-containing waste from an asbestos project shall:
(a) maintain proof of accreditation and the asbestos project permit and make it available, upon request, to the department during asbestos-containing waste handling activities;
(b) prior to waste pick up:
(i) obtain assurance from the asbestos project contractor/supervisor that the asbestos-containing waste is adequately wet;
(ii) confirm the asbestos-containing waste is properly packaged in leak-tight containers, or wrappings, except as provided in 40 CFR 61.150(a)(3);
(iii) confirm the contained or wrapped asbestos-containing waste is labeled with the name of the waste generator and the location at which the waste was generated;
(iv) ensure that any vehicle used to transport asbestos-containing waste during the loading and unloading of the waste is marked with signs conforming to the requirements of 40 CFR Part 61, subpart M;
(v) ensure that the waste shipment record form contains all information required by 40 CFR Part 61, subpart M, and record the asbestos project permit number on the form;
(vi) either deposit asbestos-containing waste at a licensed Class II or Class IV landfill facility as soon as practical, or, if asbestos-containing waste is not disposed of as soon as practical, store any asbestos-containing waste in a secure holding facility or location accessible only to asbestos project workers or asbestos project contractor/supervisors accredited by the department; and
(vii) retain responsibility for asbestos-containing waste until the waste is accepted by a licensed Class II or Class IV landfill; and
(c) retain the waste shipment record for at least two years.