Facility Detailed List Report

Number of Facilities = 1
Facility Info
Facility ID County Status EPA ID Other ID Old Fac. ID Follow Up
30841  Duval  A - Active - Waste Generator  FLR000169235  VSQG<20  1606306  N - None Needed 
Facility Name Mailing Address Location Address Contact Title Phone E-mail Address
Mardant Electrical Const Co  8967 Philips Hwy
Jacksonville, FL 32256 
8967 Philips Hwy 
Jacksonville, 32256 
Rich Sanicola  Mechanic  (904) 363-0200   
SIC Code Gen Stat Total HW Disposal Data Type Date Org Contact Org Code
1731 - Construction - Electrical Work  3 - Very Small Quantity Generator  V - Verification By On-Site Visit  5/31/2017  A. Carter  16 - Duval 
Full-Time Employees Facility Updated Date
30  10/11/2018 
Comment Date Comment
5/31/2017  Mardant Electrical Construction Company Is A Commercial And Residential Electrical Construction And Maintenance Company And Has Been Located At This Address For Approximately 16 Years. The Facility Consists Of Offices With A Warehouse For Electrical Construction Supplies, A Three-Walled, Two-Bay Carport Used For Vehicle Maintenance, And A Covered Vehicle Parking Area. The Company Has A Fleet Of 26 Trucks Which Are Serviced On-Site By A Company Mechanic. There Are No Lifts And No Floor Drains In The Maintenance Area. Used Oil Was Stored In Two Labeled, 55-Gallon Drums Located At An Interior Corner Of The Carport. Used Oil Was Collected In Drip Pans Then Transferred To The Drums. Used Oil Filters Were Drained Then Stored In A Labeled, 55-Gallon Drum That Did Not Have A Lid. The Drums Were Stored On A Wood Pallet And Mechanic Rich Sanicola Stated That He Recently Requested A Secondary Containment Skid From Lewis Environmental To Store The Drums On. He Also Stated That He Requested A Drum With A Lid To Store The Used Oil Filters In To Better Protect Them From The Weather. The Requests Were Made At The Time Of The Most Recent Used Oil Pickup, 5/22/2017. Mr. Sanicola Stated That He Rarely Generated Used Antifreeze, But When He Did, He Stored It In One-Gallon Jugs That Lewis Environmental Would Take When The Used Oil Was Picked Up. There Were No Jugs Of Used Antifreeze On Site At The Time Of The Inspection And There Were No Records Documenting Pickup By Lewis Environmental. Proper Storage, Secondary Containment, And Labeling Requirements For The Above Waste Streams Were Discussed With Mr. Sanicola. He Was Also Given Copies Of The Used Oil Management Fact Sheet And The Best Management Practices For Managing Used Antifreeze Handouts. 
5/31/2017  (Continued 1) There Was One 20-Gallon Parts Washer Which Was Owned By The Company. Mr. Sanicola Stated That He Used A Mineral Spirits Purchased From O?Reilly And He Did Not Know What The Flashpoint Was. He Stated That He Serviced The Parts Washer Himself Yearly By Collecting The Sludge, Putting It In A Plastic Bag, And Disposing Of It In The Trash. Mr. Sanicola Was Advised To Do A Hazardous Waste Determination On The Sludge And Dispose Of It Properly. Paints, Parts, And Glass Cleaners In Aerosol Cans Were Used By Either Spraying On/In Parts And Letting Dry, Or Spraying On Glass And Wiping Clean. Mr. Sanicola Stated That The Cans Were Completely Empty Before Recycling Them. He Was Provided With The Aerosol Can Management Handout. Shop Rags Were Collected In A Plastic Bag And Taken To Mr. Sanicola?S Residence To Wash. He Stated That His House Was On A Septic System. He Was Advised That Rags Contaminated With An F001-F005 Listed Solvent Must Be Accumulated In A Closed Container Labeled "Excluded Solvent-Contaminated Wipes." Mr. Sanicola Was Given A Copy Of The Solvent-Contaminated Wipes Final Rule And The Exclusion Terms Were Explained. Spent Lead-Acid Batteries Were Stored On A Wood Pallet Until They Were Taken To An Auto Parts Retail Store For Recycling. Spent Wheel Weights Were Not Generated At This Facility. Vehicles Needing Wheel Work Were Sent Out To Big Chief Tire. Spent Fluorescent Bulbs Collected From Job Sites Were Stored Inside The Warehouse In Cardboard Drums And Boxes. The Containers Were Not Labeled Properly And Mr. Sanicola Stated That The Containers Were Only Closed When They Were Full Otherwise The Employees Would Leave Bulbs In Their Trucks. Proper Storage And Labeling Requirements For Spent Fluorescent Bulbs Were Discussed And Mr. Sanicola Was Provided A Copy Of The Managing Spent Fluorescent And High Intensity Discharge (Hid) Lamps Handout. 
5/31/2017  (Continued 2) Based On Information Or Documentation Provided By The Facility, On 5/31/2017 The Inspector Advised Rich Sanicola That Mardant Electrical Construction Company Was Classified As A Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator Of Less Than 20 Kilograms Of Hazardous Waste In Accordance With City Ordinance Code Chapter 123. 
10/10/2018  Billing Contact Change Per The 2019 Db Info Form. ? Gk 
Waste Info
Waste Type Storage Method Disposal Method Mo. (Units) Max Mo. (Lbs) Lbs/
Disposal Location Ques Storage Ques Disposal RCRA Hazardous
AMEO - Antifreeze (Hw Except When Recycled)  C1 - 0-9 Gallon Container  ER - Exempt Recycle (Battery, Etc)  .5 ( GALLONS )  50  Off-Site 
  Comments: Amount Estimated. Collected In One-Gallon Jugs And Picked Up By Lewis Environmental Without Documentation. 
BDEB - Lead-Acid Batteries  GF - Piled On The Floor Or Table  ER - Exempt Recycle (Battery, Etc)  2 ( UNITS )  76  152  Off-Site 
  Comments: Amount Estimated. Taken To Various Auto Parts Stores. No Records Available. 
LDEB - Fluorescent Lamps/Devices  OQ - Other Questionable  EE - Universal Waste  1650 ( POUNDS )  1650  3133  Off-Site 
  Comments: Stored Inside In Unlabeled, Open Containers. 
MBHR - Sludges With Heavy Metals  OP - Parts Washer  SL - Solid Waste Lined Landfill (Dump)  .1 ( GALLONS )  Off-Site 
  Comments: Sludge Placed In Plastic Bag And Thrown In Trash. 
SRIG - Rags With Ignitable Only Solvents  OQ - Other Questionable  EC - Commercial Laundry (Rags)  5 ( UNITS )  Off-Site 
  Comments: Collected In An Unlabeled, Plastic Bag. Taken To Mechanic'S Home To Wash. 
TDEB - Mercury Containing Devices (Thermostats,Etc.)  OQ - Other Questionable  EE - Universal Waste  9 ( POUNDS )  12  Off-Site 
  Comments: Amount Estimated At Three Pounds Per Ballast. None Were Stored Onsite At Time Of Inspection. 
UPEO - Used Oils & Other Lubricants  C5 - 40 Or More Gallon Container  EU - Shipped For Used Oil Recycling  10 ( GALLONS )  76  762  Off-Site 
  Comments: The Ability Of The Structure To Serve As Secondary Containment Was Questionable. 
UUNO - Uncrushed Oil Filters  C5 - 40 Or More Gallon Container  EU - Shipped For Used Oil Recycling  .1 ( DRUMS (55 GALLONS) )  20  100  Off-Site 
  Comments: Drum Was Not Closed And Fully Protected From The Weather. Amount Estimated. No Record Available. 
Activity Info
Activity Type Description Activity Date Return To Compliance Date
DC  DEP HW Regulations. For CESQG     
DX  Other materials(specify in comments)     
MF  Antifreeze for Recycling / Antifreeze Facts     
MM  Fluorescent lamps/Mercury Containing Devices     
MU  Summary of Used Oil / Used Oil Filter Regs     

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Date: February 27, 2024