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Activity and Violation History

Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Hazardous Waste Facility Compliance History

Activity History Listing

Activity History for:

EPAID: FL0000702985, Cleanearth Specialty Waste Solutions Inc

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments ETA Link
 4/28/2011  Site Inspection  Site Visit; Closed  
 9/4/2015  Site Inspection  Routine; Transporter - Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Universal Waste Transporter  
 8/8/2018  Site Inspection  Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Hazardous Waste Transfer Facility  
 9/13/2018  Status Report  Finished-09/13/2018  
 11/1/2018  Case Referral To Epa  Sent-11/01/2018 - Finished-09/13/2021  184160
 11/13/2018  Site Photos  Finished-11/13/2018  
 11/13/2018  Site Photos  Finished-11/13/2018  
 11/13/2018  Site Photos  Finished-11/13/2018  
 11/13/2018  Site Photos  Finished-11/13/2018  
 11/13/2018  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-11/13/2018  
 11/13/2018  Submittal Received By Department  Finished-11/13/2018  
 11/13/2018  Federal Significant Noncompliance - Yes  SNY The facility did not have any enforcement case with the Department within the last five (5) years. However, during the inspection conducted on August 8, 2018, DEP and EPA found significant noncompliance issues (SNCís) that have occurred within the last three years. DEP took the following into consideration: a) the number and severity of the violations at the facility, b)housekeeping practices that could be considered a hazard to human health and the environment, and c) similar violations and noncompliance issues consistent with two open EPA cases against Stericycle in Region 4. Therefore, DEP deems it appropriate that EPA address the case through federal enforcement and requests that EPA the lead on this case.; DAY 0: 08-AUG-18  184160
 2/21/2019  Status Report  Finished-02/21/2019  184160
 9/13/2021  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-09/13/2021  184160
 9/13/2021  Case Referral To Epa  Finished-09/13/2021  
 9/13/2021  Federal Significant Noncompliance - No  SNN After discussions with EPA Region 4, it was determined that this case would be closed without formal enforcement. However, EPA and DEP reserve the right to re-open the case. Nothing further is required at this time.; DAY 0: 08-AUG-18  184160
 10/20/2022  Site Inspection  Routine; Closed  

This pulls the Violation History

Violation History

Vio# Area Regulation Opened
Completed ETA Act Act Date Regulation Text Excerpt   (mouse over for more text)
1    263.A, XXS  263.11(a), 62-730.171(2)(a)  Acosta_K  8/8/2018  4/28/2021  184160  183434   8/8/2018   EPA IDENTIFICATION NUMBER REQUIRED, The transporter who is owner or operator of a transfer facility which stores manifested shipments of hazardous waste for more than 24 hours but 10 days or less (hereinafter referred to as "the transfer facility") s
2    265.C, XXS  265.35, 62-730.171, 62-730.180(2)  Acosta_K  8/8/2018  4/28/2021  184160  183434   8/8/2018   AISLE SPACE REQUIRED TO ALLOW UNOBSTRUCTED MOVEMENT, Transfer Facilities., The Department adopts by reference 40 CFR Part 265 revised as July 1, 2017 http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-09045, including all appendices, with the except
3    273.B  273.13(a)(1)  Acosta_K  8/8/2018  4/28/2021  184160  183434   8/8/2018   Small quantity handlers: must contain any universal waste battery that shows evidence of leakage, spillage, or damage; requirements for containers; no evidence of leakage/spillage/damage.
4    265.I, XXS  265.177(c), 62-730.180(2)  Acosta_K  8/8/2018  4/28/2021  184160  183434   8/8/2018   SEPARATION OR PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS, The Department adopts by reference 40 CFR Part 265 revised as July 1, 2017 http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-09045, including all appendices, with the exceptions described in paragraphs (2)(a)
5    262.A, XXS  262.11, 62-730.030(1), 62-730.160(1)  Acosta_K  8/8/2018  8/28/2021  184160  183434   8/8/2018   Generators must determine if their solid waste is a hazardous waste, The Department adopts by reference 40 CFR Part 261 revised as of July 1, 2017 http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-09041, and all appendices, with the exceptions desc
6    XXS  62-730.186(3)  Acosta_K  8/8/2018  4/28/2021  184160  183434   8/8/2018   Hazardous waste pharmaceuticals are considered to be universal waste, referred to hereinafter as "universal pharmaceutical waste," in Florida when managed in accordance with this section. Hazardous waste pharmaceuticals not managed as universal waste
7    265.I, XXS  265.174, 62-730.160(3)  Acosta_K  8/8/2018  4/28/2021  184160  183434   8/8/2018   WEEKLY INSPECTIONS, 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 P
8    263.A, XXS  263.12, 62-730.171(1)  Acosta_K  8/8/2018  4/28/2021  184160  183434   8/8/2018   EXCEPTION FOR STORAGE OF 10 DAYS OR LESS, 40 CFR 263.12 [as adopted by reference in subsection 62-730.170(1), F.A.C.] provides that transporters who store manifested hazardous waste in proper containers at a transfer facility for 10 days or less are