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Activity and Violation History

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Hazardous Waste Facility Compliance History


Activity History Listing

Activity History for:

EPAID: FLD065680613, Heritage Crystal-Clean LLC

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments ETA Link
 10/8/1987  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 2/10/1993  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 2/11/1993  Sampling Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 4/19/1993  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 5/19/1993  Enforcement Meeting  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 11/17/1995  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 5/18/1996  Case Closed By District    
 9/16/1997  Legacy Site Inspection  Inspection Report Being Drafted.  
 9/23/1997  Legacy Site Inspection  Review Records. Conduct Second Records Review.  80
 10/7/1997  Legacy Site Inspection  Reviewed Records. Warning Letter Sent To Director For Signature On Nov 17.  80
 10/17/1997  Legacy Site Inspection  Review Records.  80
 12/1/1997  Warning Letter Issued  Awaiting Penalty Authorization Approval.  80
 12/16/1997  Letter  Acknowledgment Of Warning Letter Received.  80
 12/18/1997  Civil Penalty Authorization Memo  Awaiting Approval From Ogc.  80
 3/4/1998  Enforcement Meeting  Department Reviewing Information Provided By Ipc.  80
 3/4/1998  Federal Significant Noncompliance - Yes  SNY Not Available; DAY 0: 04-MAR-98SNY Not Available; DAY 0: 04-MAR-98  80
 3/4/1998  Significant Non-Complier - Yes    80
 6/25/1998  Letter  Revised Penalty Work Sheet Forwarded To Ipc. 14 Day Suspense.  80
 7/1/1998  Letter  Request By Attorney To Review Case Prior To Response. S:15jul98.  80
 7/21/1998  Telephone Conversation  Ipc Attorney Said Review Letter Will Be Submitted On 3 Aug 98.  80
 8/12/1998  Submittal Received By Department  Received Response From Warning Letter. Preparing Response.  80
 11/13/1998  Letter  Department Response To Ipc Wl Response. Suspense 20 Days.  80
 12/9/1998  Enforcement Meeting  Data Will Be Reviewed. Next Meeting In January 1999.  80
 1/12/1999  Submittal Received By Department  Sampling Protocols Submitted For Review.  80
 9/29/1999  Compliance Evaluation Inspection    
 1/1/2000  Submittal Received By Department  Tank Bottom Sludge Results Received, Hazardous.  80
 1/11/2000  Meeting  Sample Tank Bottom Sludge, Split Samples.  80
 1/26/2000  Submittal Received By Department  Tank Botton Results Received, Incoming Tank Failed For Benzene.  80
 3/16/2000  Meeting  Sample Sludge Tank And Incoming Tank Because Of Allegation.  80
 5/8/2000  Submittal Received By Department  Sludge Test Results Received. Liquid And Sludge Hazardous.  80
 9/25/2000  Legacy Site Inspection    
 12/15/2000  Letter  Requested And Received Copy Of 8/11/98 Ltr From Rip Coleen.  80
 1/2/2001  Letter  Final Offer And Draft Consent Order Sent To Ipc.  80
 1/22/2001  Letter  Response From Ipc?  80
 1/22/2001  Letter  Response From Ipc/Rip Caleen.  80
 1/26/2001  Meeting  Case Meeting Getzoff/Kutash/Knauss.  80
 2/16/2001  Short Form Consent Order Issued  Suspense For Signing Order 15 Days.  80
 3/7/2001  Submittal Received By Department  Signed Consent Order Received From Ipc.  80
 3/12/2001  Federal Significant Noncompliance - No  SNN . CONSENT ORDER EXECUTED.. ; DAY 0: SNN . CONSENT ORDER EXECUTED.. ; DAY 0:  80
 3/12/2001  Significant Non-Complier - No  Consent Order Executed.  80
 3/12/2001  Short Form Consent Order Executed  Second Payment Of $840 Due 20 April.  80
 3/28/2001  Warning Letter Issued  Suspense April 13th.  
 4/10/2001  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Second Payment Received. Third Payment Due May 20th.  80
 4/11/2001  Letter  Ipc Request For Sixty Day Extension.  
 5/14/2001  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Third Payment Received. Fourth Payment Due 20 June.  80
 5/23/2001  Submittal Received By Department  Violations Corrected, Transporter Notification Violation Was Deleted Based On Additional Information Provided.  
 6/1/2001  Project Closed Letter    
 6/1/2001  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 6/1/2001  Return To Compliance Letter    
 6/12/2001  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Fourth Payment Received. Fifth Payment Due 20jul01.  80
 6/14/2001  Enforcement Project Initiated    
 6/14/2001  Legacy Site Inspection    
 7/5/2001  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Fifth Payment Received. Sixth Payment Due 20aug01. $840.00.  80
 7/25/2001  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Sixth Payment Received. Seventh Payment Due 20 September. $840.00.  80
 7/26/2001  Warning Letter Issued  Fifteen Day Suspense.  
 8/6/2001  Submittal Received By Department  Request For Sixty Day Extension On Responding To Warning Letter.  
 8/7/2001  Letter  Extension Approved. New Suspense 2 October 2001.  
 8/29/2001  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Seventh Payment Received. Eighth Payment Due 20 October. $840.00.  80
 9/5/2001  Letter  Response From Ipc Attorney.  
 9/28/2001  Interdepartmental Memo  Revised Penalty Computation Worksheet Based On New Guidance.  
 10/10/2001  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Eighth Payment Received. Nineth Payment Due 20 Nov. $840.  80
 11/14/2001  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Ninth Payment Received. Tenth Payment Due 15dec01. $840.00.  80
 11/19/2001  Letter  Attorney Letter Accepting Sfco And Penalty $299.00.  
 12/3/2001  Short Form Consent Order Issued    
 12/10/2001  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Tenth Payment Received. Eleventh Payment Due 15jan02. $840.00. Ogc#00-2345.  80
 1/1/2002  Case Closed By District    
 1/7/2002  Short Form Consent Order Executed    
 1/8/2002  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Eleventh Payment Received. 12th Payment Due Feb02. $840.00.  80
 1/8/2002  Return To Compliance From Formal Enforcement    
 1/8/2002  Return To Compliance Letter    
 1/8/2002  Case Closed By District    
 3/4/2002  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Twelveth Payment Received. Thirteenth Payment Due 20 March. $840.00. Ogc#002345  80
 3/20/2002  Legacy Site Inspection  Inspection Report Being Drafted.  
 3/29/2002  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Thirteenth Payment Received. Fourteenth Payment Due 20 April. $840.00.  80
 5/1/2002  Telephone Conversation  Informed Jon Alden, Ogc, Of Backruptcy Notice.  80
 5/1/2002  Letter  Bankruptcy Notice Received From Bankruptcy Court For Northern District Of Texas  80
 5/17/2002  Letter  E-Mailed Co And Notice To Alden, Ogc.  80
 8/6/2002  Warning Letter Issued    
 9/23/2002  Submittal Received By Department  Submittal Under Review  
 10/21/2002  Project Closed Letter    
 10/21/2002  Case Closed By District    
 10/21/2002  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 1/14/2003  Legacy Site Inspection    
 2/26/2003  Interdepartmental Memo  Debt Write-Off Memo Sent To F&A Via Ogc.  80
 3/20/2003  Warning Letter Issued    
 4/14/2003  Letter  Response To Warning Letter Documenting Return To Compliance  
 4/23/2003  Short Form Consent Order Issued    
 5/12/2003  Interdepartmental Memo  Hearing Notice Forwarded To Alden.  80
 5/12/2003  Letter  Bankruptcy Hearing Notice Received. Forward To Alden.  80
 6/4/2003  Short Form Consent Order Executed  Sfco Signed. Facility Has 30 Days From Signing To Submit Monetary Penalty  
 6/11/2003  Penalty Received  Received Payment Of $600.00  
 6/23/2003  Project Closed Letter    
 6/24/2003  Case Closed By District    
 7/11/2003  Interdepartmental Memo  Write Off Request Forwarded To Comptroller.  80
 11/12/2003  Legacy Site Inspection    
 11/12/2003  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 11/26/2003  File Review    
 12/18/2003  Case Closed By District    
 12/18/2003  Project Closed Letter    
 12/18/2003  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 12/18/2003  Return To Compliance Letter    
 3/2/2004  Telephone Conversation  Debt Write-Off Status Request To Ogc.  80
 3/3/2004  Interdepartmental Memo  Debt Write-Off Request Still At Comptroller. Backlog. Not Reviewed Yet.  80
 1/26/2005  Legacy Site Inspection  Facility To Submit A Management Plan For Processing Used Oil Filters  
 1/26/2005  Enforcement Project Initiated    
 1/27/2005  Return To Compliance Letter    
 1/28/2005  Letter  Facility Submitted Pictures Showing All Drums Were Processed  
 1/28/2005  Letter  Facility Submitted Pictures Showing Oil Leaks Were Cleaned Up  
 2/4/2005  Letter  Facility Submitted A Sop For Management Of Drummed Materials  
 3/1/2005  File Review  Awaiting Drum Management Sop From Facility  
 3/17/2005  Warning Letter Issued  Facility Response Due 4/5/05 To Schedule Enf Mtg  
 3/23/2005  Telephone Conversation  Facility Called To Set Up Enf Mtg On 4/21/05  
 4/21/2005  Enforcement Meeting  Suspense Date To Finalize Violations Is May 2 2005  
 5/6/2005  Short Form Consent Order Issued  Suspense Date For Returning Signed Draft Is 5/20/05  
 5/23/2005  Penalty Received  Received Total Penalty Amount Of $1100.00  
 6/3/2005  Short Form Consent Order Executed    
 6/3/2005  Project Closed Letter    
 6/3/2005  Case Closed By District    
 2/23/2006  Legacy Site Inspection  Need Followup Visit For Paperwork  
 3/7/2006  Followup Inspection Less Comprehensive Than Cse  Drafting Cei Report  
 3/20/2006  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 3/20/2006  Project Closed Letter    
 5/15/2007  Legacy Site Inspection  Report Approved  
 5/15/2007  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 7/5/2007  Interdepartmental Memo  Email To J Dregne From F Hornbrook Re: Financial Assurance Compliance Issues  
 8/30/2007  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 8/31/2007  Case Closed By District    
 8/31/2007  Project Closed Letter    
 8/31/2007  Return To Compliance Letter    
 1/18/2008  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 1/18/2008  Legacy Site Inspection  Report Approved  
 1/22/2008  Meeting  Part Ii Of The Inspection. Report Being Drafted  
 1/30/2008  Submittal Received By Department  Sludge Analyses Requested During Insp  
 1/30/2008  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 6/30/2008  Project Closed Letter    
 6/30/2008  Case Closed By District    
 9/16/2009  Site Inspection  Routine; CESQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Transfer Facility - Routine; Used Oil Marketer - Routine; VSQG (<100 kg/month)  
 10/9/2009  Meeting  Finished-10/09/2009  
 11/4/2009  Warning Letter  Finished-11/04/2009 - Sent for WARNING LETTER-11/04/2009  19590
 11/24/2009  Site Inspection  Complaint; Used Oil-Other  
 12/8/2009  Meeting  Finished-12/08/2009  19590
 12/18/2009  Short Form Consent Order  Issued for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-12/09/2009 - Executed for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-12/18/2009 - Finished-12/18/2009 - Response Due for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-01/08/2010  19590
 12/18/2009  Penalty  Finished-12/18/2009 - Received for PENALTY-12/18/2009  19590
 1/8/2010  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-01/08/2010  19590
 11/10/2010  Site Inspection  Routine; CESQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Generator - Routine; Used Oil Processor - Routine; VSQG (<100 kg/month)  
 12/1/2010  Site Inspection  Complaint; Used Oil Processor  
 12/1/2010  Meeting  Finished-12/01/2010  
 12/21/2010  Informal Verbal Enforcement  Closed for Informal Verbal Enforcement-11/10/2010 - Finished-12/21/2010  
 11/30/2011  Site Inspection  Routine; CESQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil-Other - Routine; Universal Waste Transporter - Routine; VSQG (<100 kg/month)  
 1/13/2012  Electronic Communication  Finished-01/13/2012  
 11/7/2012  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-11/07/2012  80
 1/22/2014  Site Inspection  Routine; Used Oil Processor  
 3/13/2014  Verbal Compliance Assitance Offer  Compliance Assistance Offer Verbal -01/22/2014 - Finished-03/13/2014  
 5/20/2016  Site Inspection  Routine; Hazardous Waste Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Generator - Routine; Used Oil Processor - Routine; Used Oil Marketer  
 1/30/2018  Site Inspection  Routine; CESQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transfer Facility - Routine; Used Oil Generator - Routine; Used Oil Processor - Routine; Used Oil Marketer - Routine; VSQG (<100 kg/month)  
 12/12/2019  Site Inspection  Routine; Hazardous Waste Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Generator - Routine; Used Oil Processor - Routine; Used Oil Marketer  
 1/13/2020  Electronic Communication  Finished-01/13/2020  
 3/19/2021  Site Inspection  Routine; CESQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; Hazardous Waste Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Generator - Routine; Used Oil Processor - Routine; Used Oil Marketer - Routine; VSQG (<100 kg/month)  
 4/13/2021  Electronic Communication  Finished-04/13/2021  
 10/25/2022  Site Inspection  Routine; CESQG (<100 kg/month) - Routine; Hazardous Waste Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Generator - Routine; Used Oil Processor - Routine; Used Oil Marketer - Routine; VSQG (<100 kg/month)  

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)
2    XXS  403.751  Chaz_Load  3/31/1993  5/18/1994    2451   2/10/1993   Prohibited actions; used oil.--
3    262.A  262.11  Dregne_J  11/17/1997  12/8/1998  80  655   9/16/1997   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:
4    263.B  263.20  Dregne_J  11/17/1997  3/4/1998  80  655   9/16/1997   The manifest system.
5    279.F  279.54(c)(2)  Dregne_J  11/17/1997  6/23/1998  80  655   9/16/1997   The entire containment system, including walls and floor, must be sufficiently impervious to used oil to prevent any used oil released into the containment system from migrating out of the system to the soil, groundwater, or surface water.
6    279.C  279.22(c)  Dregne_J  11/17/1997  3/4/1998  80  655   9/16/1997   Labels.
7    XXS  403.727(3)(b)  Dregne_J  11/17/1997  3/4/1998  80  655   9/16/1997   Any person who knowingly or by exhibiting reckless indifference or gross careless disregard for human health:
8    279.F  279.54(f)(1)  Dregne_J  9/25/2000  9/25/2000    7860   9/25/2000   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store or process used oil at processing and re-refining facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
9    XXS  62-710.510(2)  Dregne_J  9/25/2000  5/23/2001    7860   9/25/2000   Transporters shall maintain documentation of all shipments of used oil, including those accepted for transport as well as those refused due to suspected mixing with hazardous waste. A copy of this record shall be left with the generator.
10    XXS  62-737  Dregne_J  9/25/2000  5/23/2001    7860   9/25/2000   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
11    279.F  279.52(a)(5)  Dregne_J  6/14/2001  8/24/2001    8374   6/14/2001   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
12    279.F  279.54(f)(1)  Dregne_J  6/14/2001  6/14/2001    8374   6/14/2001   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store or process used oil at processing and re-refining facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
13    XXS  62-710.850  Dregne_J  6/14/2001  6/14/2001    8374   6/14/2001   Management of Used Oil Filters.
14    XXS  62-710.850  Gephart_A  1/14/2003  1/14/2003    9321   1/14/2003   Management of Used Oil Filters.
15    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Gephart_A  1/14/2003  4/17/2003    9321   1/14/2003   General prohibition.
16    262.D  262.42(b)  Gephart_A  11/12/2003  11/12/2003    9879   11/12/2003   A generator of greater than 100 kilograms but less than 1000 kilograms of hazardous waste in a calendar month who does not receive a copy of the manifest with the handwritten signature of the owner or operator of the designated facility within 60 day
17    XXS  62-710.850  Gephart_A  11/12/2003  11/12/2003    9879   11/12/2003   Management of Used Oil Filters.
19    XXS  62-710.850  Gephart_A  1/26/2005  1/26/2005    10478   1/26/2005   Management of Used Oil Filters.
20    262.D  262.42  Dregne_J  3/20/2002  9/23/2002    8937   3/20/2002   Exception reporting.
21    279.E  279.44(d)  Dregne_J  3/20/2002  9/23/2002    8937   3/20/2002   Record retention. Records of analyses conducted or information used to comply with paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of this section must be maintained by the transporter for at least 3 years.
22    XXS  62-710.850  Dregne_J  3/20/2002  9/23/2002    8937   3/20/2002   Management of Used Oil Filters.
23    279.F  279.52(a)(1)  Gephart_A  2/23/2006  3/7/2006    11187   2/23/2006   Maintenance and operation of facility. Facilities must be maintained and operated to minimize the possibility of a fire, explosion, or any unplanned sudden or non-sudden release of used oil to air, soil, or surface water which could threaten human he
24    XXS  62-710  Gephart_A  3/7/2006  3/7/2006    11187   2/23/2006   CHAPTER 62-710 USED OIL MANAGEMENT
25    XXS  62-710.850(5)(a)  Gephart_A  2/23/2006  2/23/2006    11187   2/23/2006   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
26    XXS  62-710.850(5)(a)  Gephart_A  2/23/2006  2/23/2006    11187   2/23/2006   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
27    XXS  62-710.510(1)  Honey_K  5/15/2007  5/15/2007    11861   5/15/2007   Each registered person shall maintain records on DEP Form 62-710.901(2) or on substantially equivalent forms which contain at least the same information as the Department form. These records shall include the following information:
28    279.F  279.52(b)(4)(iv)  Honey_K  5/15/2007  8/30/2007    11861   5/15/2007   The list of emergency coordinators changes; or
29    279.C  279.22(d)(3)  Honey_K  1/18/2008  1/22/2008    12340   1/18/2008   Clean up and manage properly the released used oil and other materials; and
30    XXS  62-710.510(1)  Honey_K  1/18/2008  1/22/2008    12340   1/18/2008   Each registered person shall maintain records on DEP Form 62-710.901(2) or on substantially equivalent forms which contain at least the same information as the Department form. These records shall include the following information:
31    XXS  62-710.401(6)  Honey_K  1/18/2008  1/18/2008    12340   1/18/2008   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
32    XXS  62-710.850(5)(a)  Honey_K  1/18/2008  1/18/2008    12340   1/18/2008   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
33    279.F  279.54(g)(3)  Honey_K  9/16/2009  10/9/2009  19590  140000000100014   9/16/2009   Clean up and manage properly the released used oil and other materials; and
34    279.F  279.56(a)  Honey_K  10/9/2009  10/9/2009  19590  140000000100014   9/16/2009   Acceptance. Used oil processors/re-refiners must keep a record of each used oil shipment accepted for processing/re-refining. These records may take the form of a log, invoice, manifest, bill of lading or other shipping documents. Records for each sh
35    279.E  279.44(d)  Honey_K  10/9/2009  10/9/2009  19590  140000000100014   9/16/2009   Record retention. Records of analyses conducted or information used to comply with paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of this section must be maintained by the transporter for at least 3 years.
36    279.F  279.52(a)(1)  Honey_K  9/16/2009  10/9/2009  19590  140000000100014   9/16/2009   Maintenance and operation of facility. Facilities must be maintained and operated to minimize the possibility of a fire, explosion, or any unplanned sudden or non-sudden release of used oil to air, soil, or surface water which could threaten human he
37    XXS  62-710.850(5)(a)  Honey_K  9/16/2009  10/9/2009  19590  140000000100014   9/16/2009   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
38    279.F  279.52(b)(2)(v)  Honey_K  10/9/2009  12/3/2009  19590  140000000100014   9/16/2009   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
39    279.F  279.54(f)(1)  Honey_K  9/16/2009  10/9/2009  19590  140000000100014   9/16/2009   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store or process used oil at processing and re-refining facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
40    XXS  62-710.850(5)(a)  Honey_K  11/10/2010  11/10/2010    140000000100326   11/10/2010   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
41    279.C, XXS  279.22(c)(1), 62-710.401(6)  Honey_K  11/10/2010  11/10/2010    140000000100326   11/10/2010   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store used oil at generator facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil.", No person may store used oil in tanks or containers unless they are clearly labeled with the words "used oil
42    279.E  279.44(d)  Honey_K  11/10/2010  11/10/2010    140000000100326   11/10/2010   Record retention. Records of analyses conducted or information used to comply with paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of this section must be maintained by the transporter for at least 3 years.
43    279.E  279.46(a)(2), 279.46(a)(5)(i)  Knauss_E  11/30/2011  1/13/2012    156128   11/30/2011   The EPA identification number (if applicable) of the generator, transporter, or processor/re-refiner who provided the used oil for transport;, Except as provided in paragraph (a)(5)(ii) of this section, the signature, dated upon receipt of the used o
44    XXS  62-710.850(5)(a)  Knauss_E  1/22/2014  2/4/2014    170348   1/22/2014   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