Alliance for Uniform Transportation Procedures

Application and Instruction Packet for the Uniform State Hazardous Materials Transportation Motor Carrier Registration and Permit Program

If you do not transport hazardous waste in or through the states of Ohio and Minnesota or low-level radioactive waste in or through the state of Nevada, Part III may be omitted.

The uniform registration and permitting application shall be completed by all motor carriers who:


    1. hazardous materials of a type and amount that require the transport vehicle to be placarded pursuant to 49 CRF, Part 172.500 et seq.; OR

    2. hazardous waste of a type and amount that requires the shipment to be accompanied by a Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest contained in 40 CFR, Part 262, including "state" designated hazardous wastes". State designated hazardous wastes are additional hazardous wastes that have been officially determined by states that have been authorized by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to manage RCRA programs within their respective states. OR

    3. low-level radioactive waste regulated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission under 10 CFR, Parts 20 and 61.

And who operate in the following jurisdictions that participate in the uniform registration and permit program.

Illinois, Michigan, Oklahoma - Hazardous Waste Only
West Virginia - All Hazardous Materials
Minnesota, Ohio - All Hazardous Materials, Part III for Hazardous Waste
Nevada - All Hazardous Materials, Part III for Radioactive Materials

Note: Transportation of wastes not covered under the Uniform State Hazardous Materials Transportation Motor Carrier Registration and Permit Program may have additional permit / registration / manifest requirements in various Program States. Questions should be directed to the specific Program State regarding the waste transportation as noted below:

Illinois: Non-hazardous special waste, potential infectious medical waste, used tires
Michigan: Non-hazardous liquid industrial waste, scrap tires, PCB

Please refer to the instructions that accompany this application before contacting the base state with questions or requests for additional information.

For West Virginia:

Public Service Commission of West Virginia
Motor Carrier Section
201 Brooks Street
PO Box 812
Charleston, WV 25323

Phone: 304/340-0456
FAX: 304/340-0394

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