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Activity and Violation History

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Hazardous Waste Facility Compliance History


Activity History Listing

Activity History for:

EPAID: FLD020985727, Univar Solutions USA Inc

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments ETA Link
 12/14/1984  File Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 8/1/1985  File Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 12/19/1985  Compliance Evaluation Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 6/10/1986  Compliance Schedule Evaluation  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 11/19/1986  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 12/16/1986  Compliance Evaluation Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 12/9/1987  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 6/1/1988  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 6/8/1988  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 10/19/1993  Legacy Site Inspection    
 11/1/1993  Warning Letter Issued    
 11/16/1993  Enforcement Meeting  New Inspection Format Acceptable. Case Closed.  
 7/17/1998  Legacy Site Inspection    
 7/17/1998  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 7/30/1998  Submittal Received By Department  Received Partial Documentation Of Corrective Actions.  
 8/7/1998  Telephone Conversation  Spoke With Mr. Carnegie Re Missing Documentation Of Arrangements With Local Authorities. He Is Working On It And Will Provide When Completed.  
 9/24/1998  Project Closed Letter  Facility Has Documented Corrective Actions.  
 9/24/1998  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action  Facility Has Documented Corrective Actions.  
 8/7/2000  Legacy Site Inspection    
 9/11/2000  Warning Letter Issued    
 9/28/2000  Telephone Conversation  Set Up Meeting 6 Oct 00, 0900  
 10/6/2000  Enforcement Meeting  Waiting Additional Submittal From Vw&R | Waiting For Submittal From Vw&R  
 11/7/2000  Submittal Received By Department  Additional Info For Penalty Reduction  
 11/22/2000  Letter  New Penalty Computation Amount Sent Out.  
 12/6/2000  Telephone Conversation  Accepted Terms Requested Sfco  
 12/12/2000  Short Form Consent Order Issued    
 1/8/2001  Short Form Consent Order Executed    
 1/11/2001  Project Closed Letter    
 1/11/2001  Case Closed By District    
 2/5/2001  File Review  File Review. Duplicate Project. See Project Number240685.  
 2/5/2001  Case Closed By District  Duplicate Case.  
 3/20/2002  Legacy Site Inspection  Formal Enforcement Inspection, Repeat Violations Noted  
 3/25/2002  Submittal Received By Department  Return To Compliance Documentation Recieved  
 4/2/2002  Warning Letter Issued  Warning Letter Issued...  
 5/30/2002  Short Form Consent Order Issued  Sfco Issued With No Meeting Due To Rtc Being Documented, Penalty Is Non-Negotioble Due To Second Occurance Of Previous Violation...  
 6/24/2002  Return To Compliance From Formal Enforcement    
 6/24/2002  Short Form Consent Order Executed    
 7/18/2002  Penalty Received    
 7/22/2002  Return To Compliance Letter    
 7/23/2002  Project Closed Letter    
 7/23/2002  Case Closed By District    
 5/5/2004  Legacy Site Inspection  Report Approved  
 6/24/2004  Meeting  Visited Site To Review Manifests  
 7/12/2004  Warning Letter Issued    
 7/22/2004  Telephone Conversation  Facility Called; Will Send Written Response To Wl  
 8/2/2004  Submittal Received By Department  Rec'D Response To Warning Letter  
 8/4/2004  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 8/4/2004  Project Closed Letter    
 8/4/2004  Return To Compliance Letter    
 8/15/2006  Legacy Site Inspection  Report Being Drafted  
 8/15/2006  Submittal Received By Department  Rec'D Fax Of Corrected Hw Manifest And New Container Inspection Log  
 8/31/2006  Interdepartmental Memo  Referred Iw Issues To Dep'S Iw Section For Review  
 9/5/2006  Submittal Received By Department  Rec'D Copy Of Closure Plan Via Email As Requested  
 9/7/2006  Interdepartmental Memo  Rec'D Compliance Information Regarding Iw Issues After Iw'S Inspection Of Facility  
 9/14/2006  Warning Letter Issued  Two Violations Were Corrected, But Facility Must Submit More Information W/In 30 Days; No Penalty  
 10/6/2006  Submittal Received By Department  Rec'D New Sop From Facility Via Email As Requested  
 10/6/2006  Telephone Conversation  Facility Called, Stated They Would Be Emailing Requested Response Today  
 10/9/2006  Return To Compliance Letter    
 10/9/2006  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 10/9/2006  Project Closed Letter    
 7/24/2008  Site Inspection  Routine; Transporter  
 7/24/2008  Legacy Site Inspection  Report Being Generated  
 2/12/2009  Warning Letter  Sent for WARNING LETTER-02/12/2009 - Finished-03/20/2009  14895
 3/31/2009  Meeting  Finished-03/31/2009  14895
 3/31/2009  Letter  Received for LETTER-03/26/2009 - Finished-03/31/2009  14895
 3/31/2009  Letter  Received for LETTER-09/11/2008 - Finished-03/31/2009  14895
 5/1/2009  Short Form Consent Order  Sent for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-04/16/2009 - Executed for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-05/01/2009 - Issued for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-05/04/2009 - Finished-05/05/2009 - Response Due for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-06/03/2009  14895
 5/5/2009  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-05/05/2009  14895
 5/5/2009  Penalty  Received for PENALTY-04/30/2009 - Finished-05/05/2009  14895
 5/19/2011  Site Inspection  Routine; Transporter - Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; Universal Waste Transporter - Routine; Hazardous Waste Transfer Facility - Routine; Used Oil Transfer Facility  
 7/12/2011  Informal Verbal Enforcement  Closed for Informal Verbal Enforcement-07/12/2011 - Finished-07/12/2011  
 6/19/2014  Site Inspection  Routine; Transporter - Routine; Transfer Facility - Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month)  
 6/29/2017  Site Inspection  Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; Transfer Facility  
 6/24/2020  Site Inspection  Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; Transfer Facility  
 7/31/2020  Electronic Communication  Finished-07/31/2020  

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    262.A  262.11  Chaz_Load  6/1/1988  6/8/1988    3154   6/1/1988   Hazardous waste determination. A person who generates a solid waste, as defined in 40 CFR 261.2, must determine if that waste is a hazardous waste using the following method:
2    264.I  264.170  Chaz_Load  10/29/1993  11/16/1993    1286   10/19/1993   Applicability. The regulations in this subpart apply to owners and operators of all hazardous waste facilities that store containers of hazardous waste, except as 264.1 provides otherwise. [ Comment: Under 261.7 and 261.33(c), if a hazardous waste i
3    264.B  264.10(a)  Chaz_Load  10/29/1993  11/16/1993    1286   10/19/1993   The regulations in this subpart apply to owners and operators of all hazardous waste facilities, except as provided in 264.1 and in paragraph (b) of this section.
4    XXS  62-737  Dembeck_G  7/17/1998  7/30/1998    6460   7/17/1998   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
5    XXS  62-730.171(2)(e)  Dembeck_G  7/17/1998  7/30/1998    6460   7/17/1998   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
6    265.D  265.52(c)  Dembeck_G  7/17/1998  9/18/1998    6460   7/17/1998   The plan must describe arrangements agreed to by local police departments, fire departments, hospitals, contractors, and State and local emergency response teams to coordinate emergency services, pursuant to 265.37.
7    XXS  62-737.400(5)  Wingo_R  8/7/2000  12/8/2000    7679   8/7/2000   Handlers and transporters shall manage universal waste lamps and devices in a way that prevents breakage, releases of their components to the environment, and their exposure to moisture. In the event of a release, the handler or transporter must dete
8    XXS  62-710.500(1)  Wingo_R  8/7/2000  12/8/2000    7679   8/7/2000   The following persons shall annually register their used oil handling activities with the Department on DEP Form 62-710.901(1):
9    XXS  62-730.160(7)  Wingo_R  8/7/2000  12/8/2000    7679   8/7/2000   Generators shall maintain adequate aisle space between containers of hazardous waste to allow for inspection of the condition and labels of the individual containers.
10    279.E  279.45(g)(1)  Wingo_R  8/7/2000  12/8/2000    7679   8/7/2000   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store used oil at transfer facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
11    279.E  279.45(d)(1)  Wingo_R  8/7/2000  12/8/2000    7679   8/7/2000   The secondary containment system must consist of, at a minimum:
12    265.I  265.174  Wingo_R  8/7/2000  12/8/2000    7679   8/7/2000   Inspections. At least weekly, the owner or operator must inspect areas where containers are stored, except for Performance Track member facilities, that must conduct inspections at least once each month, upon approval by the Director. To apply for re
13    265.D  265.52(e)  Wingo_R  8/7/2000  12/8/2000    7679   8/7/2000   The plan must include a list of all emergency equipment at the facility (such as fire extinguishing systems, spill control equipment, communications and alarm systems (internal and external), and decontamination equipment), where this equipment is re
14    265.C  265.35  Wingo_R  8/7/2000  12/8/2000    7679   8/7/2000   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    262.A  262.11  Wingo_R  8/7/2000  12/8/2000    7679   8/7/2000   Hazardous waste determination. A person who generates a solid waste, as defined in 40 CFR 261.2, must determine if that waste is a hazardous waste using the following method:
16    262.C  262.34(a)(2)  Wingo_R  3/20/2002  3/27/2002    8783   3/20/2002   The date upon which each period of accumulation begins is clearly marked and visible for inspection on each container;
17    265.C  265.35  Wingo_R  3/20/2002  3/27/2002    8783   3/20/2002   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
18    265.I  265.174  Wingo_R  3/20/2002  3/27/2002    8783   3/20/2002   Inspections. At least weekly, the owner or operator must inspect areas where containers are stored, except for Performance Track member facilities, that must conduct inspections at least once each month, upon approval by the Director. To apply for re
19    XXS  62-730.160(6)  Wingo_R  3/20/2002  3/27/2002    8783   3/20/2002   Generators shall maintain adequate aisle space between containers of hazardous waste to allow for inspection of the condition and labels of the individual containers.
20    XXS  62-730.160(7)  Wingo_R  3/20/2002  3/27/2002    8783   3/20/2002   Generators shall maintain adequate aisle space between containers of hazardous waste to allow for inspection of the condition and labels of the individual containers.
21      UNKNOWN  Seale_J  5/5/2004  8/2/2004    10137   5/5/2004   Unknown - insufficient data from import to identify rule.
22      270.1  Seale_J  5/5/2004  5/5/2004    10137   5/5/2004   Purpose and scope of these regulations.
23      270.1  Seale_J  5/5/2004  5/5/2004    10137   5/5/2004   Purpose and scope of these regulations.
24    262.B  262.20(a)  Seale_J  8/15/2006  8/15/2006    11311   8/15/2006   Rule Description not available
25    XXS  62-730.160(6)  Seale_J  8/15/2006  8/15/2006    11311   8/15/2006   Generators shall maintain adequate aisle space between containers of hazardous waste to allow for inspection of the condition and labels of the individual containers.
27    273.B  273.13(d)(1)  Camp_Sd  7/24/2008  3/26/2009  14895  12721   7/24/2008   A small quantity handler of universal waste must contain any lamp in containers or packages that are structurally sound, adequate to prevent breakage, and compatible with the contents of the lamps. Such containers and packages must remain closed and
28    XXS  62-737.400(3)(a)  Camp_Sd  7/24/2008  3/26/2009  14895  12721   7/24/2008   Registration:
29    XXS  62-737.400(5)(b)  Camp_Sd  7/24/2008  3/26/2009  14895  12721   7/24/2008   Universal waste lamps, devices or the containers in which they are stored shall be labeled or marked clearly as follows:
30    262.A  262.12  Camp_Sd  7/24/2008  3/31/2009    12721   7/24/2008   EPA identification numbers.
31    265.D  265.52(d)  Camp_Sd  5/19/2011  7/11/2011    173000000100396   5/19/2011   The plan must list names, addresses, and phone numbers (office and home) of all persons qualified to act as emergency coordinator (see 265.55), and this list must be kept up to date. Where more than one person is listed, one must be named as primary