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Activity and Violation History

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Hazardous Waste Facility Compliance History


Activity History Listing

Activity History for:

EPAID: FL0000360560, Crowley Liner Services

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments ETA Link
 7/12/2000  Legacy Site Inspection    
 7/12/2000  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 11/20/2000  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 7/9/2001  Project Closed Letter    
 5/21/2003  Project Closed Letter    
 5/21/2003  Compliance Evaluation Inspection    
 5/21/2003  Compliance Evaluation Inspection    
 5/12/2005  Legacy Site Inspection    
 5/12/2005  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 5/16/2005  Submittal Received By Department  Received Partial Submittal Of Requested Documentation  
 5/27/2005  Project Closed Letter    
 5/27/2005  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 4/7/2006  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 4/7/2006  Legacy Site Inspection  In Complete Training And Contingency Plan Issues  
 7/5/2006  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 7/5/2006  Submittal Received By Department    
 7/6/2006  Project Closed Letter    
 5/10/2007  Compliance Evaluation Inspection    
 5/15/2007  Project Closed Letter    
 5/20/2010  Site Inspection  Routine; Hazardous Waste Transfer Facility  
 6/22/2010  Document Forwarded  Submitted for approval.-06/21/2010 - Document approved.-06/22/2010 - Finished-06/22/2010  
 6/22/2010  Letter  Finished-06/22/2010  
 6/23/2010  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-06/23/2010  
 6/23/2010  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-06/23/2010  
 6/23/2010  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-06/23/2010  
 6/23/2010  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-06/23/2010  
 6/23/2010  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-06/23/2010  
 7/9/2010  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-07/09/2010  
 7/9/2010  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-07/09/2010  
 7/23/2010  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-07/23/2010  
 9/4/2012  Site Inspection  Routine; Transporter - Routine; Transfer Facility - Routine; SQG (100-1000 kg/month)  
 9/21/2012  Status Report  Finished-09/21/2012  
 10/2/2012  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-10/02/2012  
 10/9/2012  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-10/09/2012  
 5/28/2019  Site Inspection  Routine; Transporter - Routine; CESQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; Transfer Facility - Routine; VSQG (<100 kg/month)  
 8/20/2019  Federal Significant Noncompliance - Yes  SNY The facility was operating as an unpermitted Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facility (TSDF) by accumulating Hazardous Waste for more than ten (10) days. Also, it was discovered that the facility had a lapse in registration status.; DAY 0: 28-MAY-19  186361
 8/21/2019  Warning Letter  Sent-08/21/2019 - Finished-03/15/2021  186361
 1/8/2020  Site Inspection  File Review; Hazardous Waste Transporter - File Review; Hazardous Waste Transfer Facility  
 2/14/2020  Federal Significant Noncompliance - Yes  SNY The facility was operating as an unpermitted Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facility (TSDF) by accumulating Hazardous Waste for more than ten (10) days and did not maintain continuous registration status with the Department. Also, a file review (to supplement the on-site inspection conducted on 05/28/2019) was conducted to determine the applicability of hazardous waste importer requirements. Three violations were added to the original ETA ID#186361.; DAY 0: 08-JAN-20  187332
 3/10/2020  Short Form Consent Order  Issued-03/10/2020 - Sent-03/10/2020 - Finished-03/15/2021  186361
 3/17/2020  Federal Significant Noncompliance - No  SNN The facility has returned to compliance and resolved all violations listed in the inspection report. However, the Short Form Consent Order (SFCO) was executed on 03/17/2020 with the facility electing to implement a Pollution Prevention (P2) Project; therefore, this case is still open until all P2 Project conditions have been met.; DAY 0: 08-JAN-20  187332
 3/17/2020  Short Form Consent Order  Executed-03/17/2020 - Issued-03/17/2020 - Finished-03/15/2021  186361
 3/17/2020  Short Form Consent Order  Executed-03/17/2020 - Issued-03/17/2020 - Finished-03/15/2021  187332
 3/17/2020  Federal Significant Noncompliance - No  SNN The facility has returned to compliance and resolved all violations listed in the inspection report. However, the Short Form Consent Order (SFCO) was executed on 03/17/2020 with the facility electing to implement a Pollution Prevention (P2) Project; therefore, this case is still open until all P2 Project conditions have been met.; DAY 0: 28-MAY-19  186361
 3/10/2021  Letter  Sent-03/10/2021 - Finished-03/15/2021  187332
 3/15/2021  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-03/15/2021  186361
 3/15/2021  Status Report  Finished-03/15/2021  
 3/15/2021  Status Report  Finished-03/15/2021  
 3/15/2021  Site Photos  Finished-03/15/2021  
 3/15/2021  Site Photos  Finished-03/15/2021  
 3/15/2021  Status Report  Finished-03/15/2021  
 3/15/2021  Meeting  Finished-03/15/2021  186361
 3/15/2021  P2 Final Report  Received-01/11/2021 - Finished-03/15/2021  187332
 3/15/2021  P2 Project Plan  Due Date-04/16/2020 - Finished-03/15/2021  186361
 3/15/2021  Penalty  Approved-02/07/2020 - Finished-03/15/2021  186361
 6/22/2021  Site Inspection  Routine; CESQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; Hazardous Waste Transporter - Routine; Hazardous Waste Transfer Facility - Routine; VSQG (<100 kg/month)  
 10/6/2021  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-10/06/2021  186361
 10/6/2021  Federal Significant Noncompliance - Yes  SNY Facility allowed for their Hazardous Waste Transfer Facility registration to lapse from a period of December 1, 2020 to July 8, 2021. This violation was discovered during the Formal Enforcement follow up inspection on June 22, 2021. Since this is a repeat violation from the previous enforcement case, formal enforcement will be pursued.; DAY 0: 22-JUN-21  191685
 10/6/2021  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-10/06/2021  187332
 12/7/2021  Short Form Consent Order  Sent-11/12/2021 - Executed-12/07/2021 - Finished-04/05/2022  191685
 4/5/2022  Site Photos  Finished-04/05/2022  
 4/5/2022  Status Report  Finished-04/05/2022  191685
 4/5/2022  Federal Significant Noncompliance - No  SNN Facility has completed all necessary corrective actions to return to compliance. The facility paid the civil penalty amount of $2,960.00 plus $500.00 for Department costs incurred for investigation in this matter. No further action is required at this time.; DAY 0: 22-JUN-21  191685
 4/5/2022  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-04/05/2022  191685
 4/5/2022  Status Report  Finished-04/05/2022  
 10/14/2022  Submittal Received By Department  Received-07/23/2021 - Finished-10/14/2022  

This pulls the Violation History

Violation History

Vio# Area Regulation Opened
By
Date
Determined
Completed ETA Act Act Date Regulation Text Excerpt   (mouse over for more text)
1    XXS  62-730.171(2)(a)  Harris_J  7/12/2000  11/20/2000    7705   7/12/2000   The owner or operator of the transfer facility shall comply with the requirements of 40 CFR Part 265 Subparts B (general facility standards), C (preparedness and prevention), D (contingency and emergency plan), and I (management of containers), with
2    263.B  263.22  Kantor_Ke  5/12/2005  5/27/2005    10636   5/12/2005   Recordkeeping.
3    XXS  62-730.171(2)(e)  Brown_Se  4/7/2006  6/7/2006    11259   4/7/2006   The owner or operator of a transfer facility shall maintain a written record of when all hazardous waste enters and leaves the facility. This record shall include the generator's name, the generator's EPA/DEP identification number, and the manifest n
4    265.B  265.16  Brown_Se  4/7/2006  7/5/2006    11259   4/7/2006   Personnel training.
5    265.C  265.37  Brown_Se  4/7/2006  7/5/2006    11259   4/7/2006   Arrangements with local authorities.
6    279.C  279.22  Brown_Se  4/7/2006  5/5/2006    11259   4/7/2006   Used oil storage. Used oil generators are subject to all applicable Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (40 CFR part 112) in addition to the requirements of this Subpart. Used oil generators are also subject to the Underground Storage Tank
12    265.B  265.16(a)(1)  Gierczak_M  5/20/2010  6/23/2010    97000000100450   5/20/2010   Facility personnel must successfully complete a program of classroom instruction or on-the-job training that teaches them to perform their duties in a way that ensures the facility's compliance with the requirements of this part. The owner or operato
13    265.B  265.15(d)  Gierczak_M  5/20/2010  6/23/2010    97000000100450   5/20/2010   The owner or operator must record inspections in an inspection log or summary. He must keep these records for at least three years from the date of inspection. At a minimum, these records must include the date and time of the inspection, the name of
14    265.C  265.35  Gierczak_M  5/20/2010  6/23/2010    97000000100450   5/20/2010   Required aisle space. The owner or operator must maintain aisle space to allow the unobstructed movement of personnel, fire protection equipment, spill control equipment, and decontamination equipment to any area of facility operation in an emergency
15    265.D  265.53(b)  Gierczak_M  5/20/2010  7/23/2010    97000000100450   5/20/2010   Submitted to all local police departments, fire departments, hospitals, and State and local emergency response teams that may be called upon to provide emergency services.
16    265.D  265.51(a), 265.52(e), 265.52(f)  Gierczak_M  5/20/2010  7/9/2010    97000000100450   5/20/2010   Each owner or operator must have a contingency plan for his facility. The contingency plan must be designed to minimize hazards to human health or the environment from fires, explosions, or any unplanned sudden or non-sudden release of hazardous wast
17    XXS  62-710.850(5)(a)  Gierczak_M  9/4/2012  10/9/2012    131000000100932   9/4/2012   All persons storing used oil filters shall store used oil filters in above ground containers which are clearly labeled "Used Oil Filters," and which are in good condition (no severe rusting, apparent structural defects or deterioration) with no visib
18    265.B  265.16(a)(1)  Gierczak_M  9/4/2012  10/9/2012    131000000100932   9/4/2012   Facility personnel must successfully complete a program of classroom instruction or on-the-job training that teaches them to perform their duties in a way that ensures the facility's compliance with the requirements of this part. The owner or operato
19    XXS  62-730.171(3)  Gierczak_M  9/4/2012  10/9/2012    131000000100932   9/4/2012   The owner or operator of a transfer facility which stores manifested shipments of hazardous waste for more than 24 hours but 10 days or less shall notify the Department on the Transfer Facility Notification Form. The owner or operator of a new facili
21    XXS  62-710.850(5)(a)  Heyns_J  5/28/2019  5/28/2019  186361  185607   5/28/2019   All persons storing used oil filters shall store used oil filters in above ground containers which are clearly labeled "Used Oil Filters," and which are in good condition (no severe rusting, apparent structural defects or deterioration) with no visib
22    273.B  273.13(a)  Heyns_J  5/28/2019  6/24/2019  186361  185607   5/28/2019   SMALL QUANTITY HANDLERS OF UNIVERSAL WASTE MUST MANAGE WASTE BATTERIES TO PREVENT RELEASE
23    263.A  263.12  Heyns_J  5/28/2019  1/21/2020  186361  185607   5/28/2019   EXCEPTION FOR STORAGE OF 10 DAYS OR LESS
24    263.A, XXS  263.11(a), 62-730.150(2)(a)  Heyns_J  5/28/2019  3/17/2020  186361  185607   5/28/2019   EPA IDENTIFICATION NUMBER REQUIRED, All generators (except very small quantity generators as defined in 40 C.F.R. 260.10 [as adopted in subsection 62-730.020(1), F.A.C.] that are exempt pursuant to 40 C.F.R. 262.14 [as adopted in subsection 62-730.16
25    262.A  262.11  Heyns_J  5/28/2019  6/24/2019  186361  185607   5/28/2019   Generators must determine if their solid waste is a hazardous waste
26    XXS  62-730.160(3)  Heyns_J  5/28/2019  1/21/2020  186361  185607   5/28/2019   Generators of hazardous waste who accumulate hazardous waste on-site under 40 CFR 262.16, and 262.17 [as adopted in subsection 62-730.160(1), F.A.C.], shall maintain written documentation of the inspections required under 40 CFR Part 265 [as adopted
27    263.B  263.22(a)  Heyns_J  5/28/2019  7/3/2019  186361  185607   5/28/2019   3-YEAR RECORD RETENTION
28    279.C, XXS  279.22(c)(1), 62-710.401(6)  Heyns_J  5/28/2019  5/28/2019  186361  185607   5/28/2019   CONTAINERS AND ABOVEGROUND TANKS MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED USED OIL, No person may store used oil in tanks or containers unless they are clearly labeled with the words "used oil" are in good condition (no severe rusting, apparent structural defects or d
29    262.H  262.84(b)(1)  Heyns_J  1/8/2020  1/21/2020  187332  187227   1/8/2020   DATE SHIPMENT COMMENCED
30    262.H  262.84(c)  Heyns_J  1/8/2020  1/21/2020  187332  187227   1/8/2020   NOTIFIERS MUST COMPLY WITH MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS OF 262.54 (A),(B),(C),(E),&(I) AND PART 262 SUBPART F
31    263.B  263.20(a)(2)  Heyns_J  1/8/2020  1/21/2020  187332  187227   1/8/2020   FOR EXPORTS, SHIPMENT MUST CONFORM TO EPA ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF CONSENT WHICH MUST BE ATTACHED TO SIGNED MANIFEST. FOR EXPORTS SUBJECT TO SUBPART H, SHIPMENT MUST INCLUDE A TRACKING DOCUMENT.
32    263.A, XXS  263.11(a), 62-730.150(2)(a)  Heyns_J  6/22/2021  2/22/2022  191685  191042   6/22/2021   EPA IDENTIFICATION NUMBER REQUIRED, All generators (except very small quantity generators as defined in 40 C.F.R. 260.10 [as adopted in subsection 62-730.020(1), F.A.C.] that are exempt pursuant to 40 C.F.R. 262.14 [as adopted in subsection 62-730.16