(415 ILCS 5/22.01) (from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 1022.01)
    Sec. 22.01. Manifests for nonhazardous special waste. When manifests are required by the Board for the shipment of nonhazardous special waste, such manifests shall be identical to manifests required for the shipment of hazardous waste. Such manifests may be provided by the Agency, and shall be identical to the manifests required by the Board for hazardous waste. Generators of nonhazardous special waste and facilities accepting nonhazardous special waste are not required to submit copies of nonhazardous special waste manifests to the Agency; provided, however, that generators of nonhazardous special waste containing polychlorinated biphenyls and facilities accepting nonhazardous special waste containing polychlorinated biphenyls shall submit copies of nonhazardous special waste manifests to the Agency for shipments of waste containing polychlorinated biphenyls. Copies of each manifest shall be retained for 3 years by generators and facilities, and shall be available for inspection and copying by the Agency. The Agency may adopt such procedures for the distribution of copies of manifests as it deems necessary. Nothing in this Section shall preclude the Agency from collecting fees under Section 22.8 (g) of this Act. Generators of nonhazardous special waste shall not be required to file reports with the Agency regarding the shipment of nonhazardous special waste within the State of Illinois; provided, however, that the Board may require generators of nonhazardous special waste to file annual reports with the Agency regarding the shipment of nonhazardous special waste out-of-state. Commencing February 1, 1992, and annually thereafter, facilities accepting nonhazardous special waste shall file a report with the Agency, specifying the quantities and disposition of nonhazardous special waste accepted for treatment, storage or disposal during the previous calendar year.
    Nothing in this Section shall be interpreted or construed to prohibit any company treating, storing or disposing of nonhazardous special wastes from requiring manifests to be submitted to it for such wastes. This Section does not apply to potentially infectious medical waste.
(Source: P.A. 87-131; 87-1097.)