I tend to shake my head when I hear those outside industry (ie commentators/talking heads) make it seem as if we have a love affair with HAZ materials... that plants WANT to keep these materials around for some reason. And that what plants should do is just "use less hazardous stuff." Simple, huh? We all know the reality is much, much more complex... at this point IF there are HAZ materials still used or generated within a plant, chances are that they are core components of manufacturing processes or outputs... so tracking down all of the ripple effects and changes needed to change over to a non-HAZ option is a significant effort. If you have gone from large quantity generator (LQG) to small quantity generator (SQG), what did the experience look like for you? How long did it take, how many processes did it involve? Was it one major process/waste stream, or a combination?