To use Regulations.gov:
- Select Full Text Search or Search for Dockets at the top of the page.
- Select "Environmental Protection Agency" from the Agency drop-down menu.
- In the Docket ID box, type in the docket number (e.g., EPA-HQ-RCRA-1988-0068) and press the "Submit" button to receive search results.
- Select the Docket ID link in the search results; then scroll down to see the documents included in the docket.
The RCRA docket provides users with all the materials critical to each stage in the development of a rule, such as Federal Register notices, technical documents, and public comments received on proposed rules.
Regulations.gov - the government-wide centralized docket management system - allows you to search the Agency's rulemaking dockets online, view the indices, and access those materials that are available online. You may also submit comments online when a docket is open for public comment.
The EPA Docket Center (EPA/DC) can provide you with documents involved in the different stages of RCRA rulemakings. You may request regulatory materials that are not available on-line in any of the following ways:
- E-Mail - RCRA Docket (email@example.com)
- Phone - (202) 566-0270
- Fax: (202) 566-9744
- In Person - Hours and Location: The EPA Docket Center is open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The EPA Docket Center is located at:
EPA West Building, Room 3334
1301 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20460
If you plan to visit the EPA Docket Center, please make an appointment so that the material you wish to view is ready when you arrive.
You may also write to the following address:
RCRA Docket (28221T)
US Environmental Protection Agency
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20460-0002
Please note that this address is for mailing purposes only.
Photocopying and Microfilming
Many documents are available only in the original and, therefore, must be photocopied. Patrons are allowed 100 free photocopies. Thereafter they are charged 15 cents per page. When necessary, an invoice stating how many copies were made, the cost of the order, and where to send a check will be issued to the patron.
Documents also are available on microfilm. The EPA Docket Center staff helps patrons locate needed documents and operate the microfilm machines. The billing fee for printing microfilm documents is the same as for photocopying documents.
Patrons who are outside of the metropolitan Washington, DC, area can request documents by telephone. The photocopying and microfilming fee is the same as for walk-in patrons. If an invoice is necessary, EPA Docket Center staff will mail one with the order.