The hazardous waste managed at Durez is distillate by-product from production kettles, spent solvent used for cleaning, and various other small streams. Approximately 92% of the waste is the distillate material which is sent to a permitted incinerator for treatment. Some of the resins that Durez produces utilize reactants which result in significant amounts of non-hazardous distillate waste. However, due to the current waste treatment set-up, most of the waste (hazardous and non-hazardous) is mixed together to create the current reported amounts of hazardous waste. If the non-hazardous component could be segregated and removed from the incinerator pathway, the annual amount of hazardous waste would decrease below a threshold that would save the company a significant amount in hazardous waste fees. Durez had already implemented segregation of a portion of the non-hazardous waste, incinerating it separately from the mixed hazardous waste stream described above. Segregation of the remaining non-hazardous waste stream was not possible due to the lack of versatility of the current treatment system and resources needed to incinerate an additional waste stream (system flush/cleaning between different batches and required sampling).