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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: FLD029436631, Wildwood Service Complex

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments ETA Link
 9/26/2000  Legacy Site Inspection    
 9/26/2000  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 11/3/2000  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 11/3/2000  Submittal Received By Department  Received Documentation Of Corrective Actions.  
 11/6/2000  Case Closed By District    
 11/6/2000  Project Closed Letter    
 5/25/2004  Legacy Site Inspection  Report Drafted  
 5/25/2004  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 5/27/2004  Submittal Received By Department  Email From Scott Stenger Of New Inspection Form  
 5/27/2004  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 7/29/2004  Project Closed Letter    
 7/29/2004  Case Closed By District    
 7/21/2009  Site Inspection  Routine; CESQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; VSQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transfer Facility  
 9/15/2009  Informal Verbal Enforcement  Closed for Informal Verbal Enforcement-09/14/2009 - Finished-09/15/2009  
 2/29/2012  Site Inspection  Routine; Used Oil Transporter  
 4/23/2012  Electronic Communication  Finished-04/23/2012  
 9/4/2015  Site Inspection  Routine; Used Oil Transporter  
 2/18/2021  Site Inspection  Routine; Used Oil Transporter  

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    XXS  62-737  Dembeck_G  9/26/2000  11/3/2000    7822   9/26/2000   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
2    XXS  62-737.400(5)(a)  Dembeck_G  9/26/2000  11/3/2000    7822   9/26/2000   Fragile universal waste devices, universal waste lamps crushed per paragraph (6)(b) below, and lamps or devices showing evidence of leakage, spillage, or damage that could cause leakage, shall be placed in closed containers that are structurally soun
3    XXS  62-737.400(4)  Dembeck_G  9/26/2000  11/3/2000    7822   9/26/2000   A small quantity or a large quantity handler of lamps or devices, per 40 CFR 273.16 or 273.36 respectively, as adopted by reference under Rule 62-730.185, F.A.C., and a transporter shall ensure that all its employees, involved with the management of
4    279.C  279.22(c)(1)  Dembeck_G  9/26/2000  11/3/2000    7822   9/26/2000   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store used oil at generator facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
5    262.A  262.11  Dembeck_G  9/26/2000  11/3/2000    7822   9/26/2000   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:
6    XXS  62-730.160(6)  Honey_K  5/25/2004  5/27/2004    10177   5/25/2004   Generators shall maintain adequate aisle space between containers of hazardous waste to allow for inspection of the condition and labels of the individual containers.
7    XXS  62-710.401(6)  Knauss_E  7/21/2009  8/17/2009    17693   7/21/2009   No person may store used oil in tanks or containers unless they are clearly labeled with the words "used oil" and are in good condition (no severe rusting, apparent structural defects or deterioration) with no visible oil leakage. If tanks or contain