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172.200

Section §172.200: Applicability

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Additionally PHMSA has Hazardous Materials FAQs based on letters of interpretation on the following topics:

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Note: electronic submission is provided as alternative to the 49 CFR Part 190.11(b) mail-in requirement.

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View section 172.200 on the ECFR website

Interpretation Responses

Ref ID Date Company Name Individual Name Response Document
20-0007 Oxyde Chemicals, Inc. Mr. Adrian Medina View
19-0003 Cabela's Dale Kettler View
09-0285 Mr. Brad Bockey View
13-0150 Fowler Transportation Ltd. Mr. Kevin Riley View
00-0001 RPS, Inc. Mr. Jerry W. Freeman View
12-0115 Forrest Paint Company Mr. Rich Nolan View
14-0160 North America Dangerous Cargo (Maersk) Mr. Charles A. Giglia View
16-0092 Mr. Richard Lloyd View
12-0035 Winchester Ammunition Ms. Laura Hamilton View
05-0088 Thunderbird Cylinder, Inc. Mr. Fred A. Nachrnan View
12-0215 Hazardous Materials Specialist Mr. Tom Forbes View
05-0297 U.S Battery Manufacturing Company Mr. Terry Campbell View
13-0002 UPS Mr. Samuel S. Elkind View
11-0196 Integrated Support Services Mr. Chuck Kimball View
11-0189R Mr. W. Eugene Sanders III W.E. Train Consulting View
11-0061 Ventura Transfer Company Mr. Jim Cheney View
15-0243 Environmental Health & Safety Ms. Marilyn Winterburg View
04-0061 Grammar industries Charles L. Whittington View
10-0071 Holland & Knight Law Firm Mr. Jonathan Epstein View
11-0128 Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Mr. Brian Allen View