Disposal means the final disposal of a substance to land fill, land application or underground injection, either on the facility site or at an off-site location.

Disposal also includes treatment at an off-site location prior to final disposal.

See also:
"Disposal" is in the NAICS Code "5622"
  (Waste Treatment and Disposal Waste Treatment and Disposal)

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