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Activity and Violation History

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Hazardous Waste Facility Compliance History


Activity History Listing

Activity History for:

EPAID: FLD980729610, Clean Harbors Florida LLC

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments ETA Link
 1/29/1988  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 4/12/1988  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 10/25/1988  Consent Order Executed  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 12/14/1988  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 2/23/1989  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 9/19/1989  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 11/29/1989  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 1/31/1990  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 2/9/1990  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 3/9/1990  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 3/12/1990  Other Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 5/29/1990  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 6/3/1990  Project Closed Letter  Based On File Review  
 6/22/1990  Compliance Schedule Evaluation  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 8/13/1990  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 9/13/1990  Other Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 9/20/1990  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 11/14/1990  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 11/30/1990  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 1/18/1991  Consent Order Executed  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 1/31/1991  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 2/11/1991  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 4/8/1991  Compliance Schedule Evaluation  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 5/24/1991  Compliance Evaluation Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 5/31/1991  Compliance Evaluation Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 6/13/1991  Consent Order Executed  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 11/26/1991  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 3/12/1992  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 3/25/1992  Other Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 4/27/1992  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 6/4/1992  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 6/10/1992  Compliance Schedule Evaluation  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 6/29/1992  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 7/2/1992  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 7/22/1992  Other Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 7/23/1992  Enforcement Meeting  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 10/30/1992  Enforcement Meeting  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 11/24/1992  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 2/10/1993  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 3/26/1993  Enforcement Meeting  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 8/2/1993  Short Form Consent Order Executed  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 10/21/1993  Legacy Site Inspection    
 12/14/1993  Warning Letter Issued  Facility Required To Request Meeting On Warning Letter Violations. | Received Phone Call. Meeting Scheduled For Jan. 18, 1994 At 1 P.M.  
 1/19/1994  Enforcement Meeting    
 2/21/1994  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 2/21/1994  Short Form Consent Order Issued  Signed Consent Order Due. | Received Signed Consent Order For Acceptance And Execution.  
 3/14/1994  Short Form Consent Order Executed  Received Settlement Of $18,400.00 On 10-Mar-94.  
 3/16/1994  Case Closed By District    
 5/5/1994  Legacy Site Inspection    
 7/15/1994  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 8/4/1994  Warning Letter Issued    
 8/5/1994  Warning Letter Issued  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 8/15/1994  Enforcement Meeting  Issues Resolved. Must Submit Permit Modification.  
 10/12/1994  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Prepare Comet Tracking  
 11/1/1994  Telephone Conversation  Notified Mr. Behel That He Had Not Copied Us On Any Of The Information Regarding Requested Permit Modification Or With A Counter Offer On The Penalty Assessment As Discussed At The Meeting. Nov. 5, 1994 Is Deadline For Sibmittal So That Co Can Be Drafted  
 11/15/1994  Short Form Consent Order Issued    
 11/15/1994  Legacy Site Inspection  Inspection  
 11/29/1994  Short Form Consent Order Executed    
 11/30/1994  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Payment Of $7,800.00 Settlement Due. | Payment Of $7,800.00 Settlement Received.  
 12/1/1994  Case Closed By District    
 12/15/1994  Warning Letter Issued  Response To Warning Letter Due. | Received Letter Documenting Return To Compliance.  
 1/3/1995  Case Closed By District    
 4/6/1995  Compliance Evaluation Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 10/25/1995  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 10/25/1995  Enforcement Meeting  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 10/26/1995  Compliance Evaluation Inspection  Conducted Inspection  
 12/12/1995  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 1/23/1996  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 1/29/1996  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 5/8/1996  Legacy Site Inspection    
 6/3/1996  Warning Letter Issued    
 6/24/1996  Return To Compliance Letter    
 6/24/1996  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action  Facility Has Documented Retrun To Compliance.  
 7/26/1996  Permit Condition Or Consent Order/Response Due  Apply For Permit Renewal  
 8/20/1996  Financial Record Review  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 11/21/1996  Legacy Site Inspection    
 12/26/1996  Federal Significant Noncompliance - Yes  SNY Not Available; DAY 0: 26-DEC-96SNY Not Available; DAY 0: 26-DEC-96  
 12/26/1996  Significant Non-Complier - Yes    
 3/3/1997  Warning Letter Issued  Expect Request For Meeting.  
 3/21/1997  Enforcement Meeting  Respondent Does Not Agree To Settlement. Department To Send Sco To Respondent. If Respondent Does Not Sign, Further Action Will Be Taken.  
 4/7/1997  Submittal Received By Department  Received Documentation Of Corrective Actions And Counteroffer Of $300 On Penalty Assessment.  
 4/7/1997  Federal Significant Noncompliance - No  SNN Not Available; DAY 0: SNN Not Available; DAY 0:  
 4/7/1997  Significant Non-Complier - No    
 5/6/1997  Short Form Consent Order Issued  Expect Return Of Signed Order. | Requested Revised Language.  
 5/6/1997  Letter  Letter States Department'S Position Regarding Classification Of Violations And Offers Settlement By Short Form Consent Order.  
 5/14/1997  Legacy Site Inspection  Class 2 Vios Only  
 5/14/1997  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 5/22/1997  Letter  Letter Received Documenting Return To Compliance  
 5/22/1997  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action  Facility Has Completed Corrective Actions.  
 5/22/1997  Short Form Consent Order Issued  Issued Revised Sco. Expect Return Of Signed Copy. | Received Signed Sco And Payment Of $2,650.00.  
 6/4/1997  Short Form Consent Order Executed    
 6/4/1997  Case Closed By District    
 6/4/1997  Return To Compliance From Formal Enforcement    
 6/25/1997  Return To Compliance Letter  Facility Has Completed Corrective Actions.  
 9/5/1997  Financial Record Review    
 10/30/1997  Compliance Evaluation Inspection  Conducted Semi-Annual Compliance Inspection  
 12/5/1997  Financial Record Review    
 12/11/1997  Financial Record Review    
 1/28/1998  Financial Record Review    
 3/4/1998  Project Closed Letter    
 5/14/1998  Legacy Site Inspection    
 5/14/1998  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 6/17/1998  Letter  Letter Documenting Compliance  
 7/10/1998  Financial Record Review    
 8/10/1998  Financial Record Review    
 11/19/1998  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 11/19/1998  Legacy Site Inspection    
 11/25/1998  Letter  Letter Documenting Compliance  
 1/21/1999  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 1/21/1999  Project Closed Letter    
 1/29/1999  Project Closed Letter    
 1/29/1999  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 2/16/1999  Financial Record Review    
 3/23/1999  Financial Record Review  In Compliance | Bheem Kothur-Reviewer  
 6/16/1999  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 6/16/1999  Legacy Site Inspection    
 7/20/1999  Letter  Letter From Facility Detailing Activities Performed To Come Back Into Compliance  
 7/21/1999  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 7/21/1999  Project Closed Letter    
 8/19/1999  Financial Record Review  Updated Closure Cost Estimate | Bheem Kothur-Reviewer  
 11/30/1999  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 11/30/1999  Legacy Site Inspection    
 12/20/1999  Submittal Received By Department  Letter Documenting Return To Compliance  
 12/21/1999  Legacy Site Inspection  2 Violations, 264.16 And 403.727  
 12/29/1999  Warning Letter Issued  Violations Related To Cook Spring Co. Disposal.  
 2/8/2000  Case Referred To Other Program Or Agency  Case Referred To South District. Port Charlotte Sk Facility Involved.  
 2/8/2000  Enforcement Meeting  No Agreement Reached. Will Consult With Their Attorneys.  
 2/10/2000  Case Closed By District  Case Referred To South District. Sk Port Charlotte Facility Involved.  
 2/10/2000  Telephone Conversation  Sk Attorney Out Of Town Until 14 Feb 00.  
 3/20/2000  Project Closed Letter    
 3/20/2000  Case Closed By District    
 5/22/2000  Legacy Site Inspection    
 5/22/2000  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 6/8/2000  Submittal Received By Department    
 7/25/2000  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 7/25/2000  Case Closed By District    
 7/25/2000  Project Closed Letter    
 8/1/2000  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 10/25/2000  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 10/25/2000  Legacy Site Inspection    
 2/1/2001  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Insurance | Edgar Echevarria - Reviewer  
 2/1/2001  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Liability Insurance | Edgar Echevarria - Reviewer  
 4/10/2001  Case Closed By District    
 4/10/2001  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 4/10/2001  Project Closed Letter    
 4/11/2001  Legacy Site Inspection    
 4/11/2001  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 5/22/2001  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 5/22/2001  Project Closed Letter    
 5/22/2001  Case Closed By District    
 10/15/2001  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Liability Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 10/15/2001  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Liability Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 10/22/2001  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 10/22/2001  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 3/27/2002  Compliance Evaluation Inspection    
 5/1/2002  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Liability Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 8/30/2002  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 4/9/2003  Compliance Evaluation Inspection    
 12/5/2003  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Liability Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 12/5/2003  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 4/20/2004  Compliance Evaluation Inspection    
 11/24/2004  Case Closed By District    
 11/24/2004  Case Closed By District    
 11/24/2004  Case Closed By District    
 11/24/2004  File Review    
 11/24/2004  File Review    
 11/24/2004  File Review    
 2/5/2005  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 2/5/2005  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Liability Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 6/23/2005  Submittal Received By Department    
 6/23/2005  Letter    
 6/27/2005  Legacy Site Inspection  See Violation Screen  
 9/22/2005  Legacy Site Inspection  Cei Report And Warning Letter Being Drafted.  
 10/17/2005  Enforcement Project Initiated    
 10/17/2005  Warning Letter Issued  Enf Mtg Scheduled  
 10/26/2005  Enforcement Project Initiated    
 11/2/2005  Warning Letter Issued  Response Expected 11/21/05 To Set Up Enf. Meeting  
 11/3/2005  Enforcement Meeting    
 11/3/2005  Short Form Consent Order Issued    
 11/15/2005  Telephone Conversation  Facility Did Not Receive Certified 11/02/05 W.L. - Faxed Them A Copy And Re-Sent Certified Mail  
 11/22/2005  Short Form Consent Order Executed    
 12/12/2005  Penalty Received  Rec'D $700  
 12/12/2005  Interdepartmental Memo  Case Close Memo To Ogc  
 12/12/2005  Return To Compliance From Formal Enforcement    
 12/13/2005  Enforcement Meeting  Facility Has Returned To Compliance. Proposed Penalty To Be Reduced By 20% For Good Faith Effort  
 12/13/2005  Letter  Facilty Notified Dep That Manifest Discrepancy Reports Have Been Completed. Drafting Sfco  
 12/15/2005  Project Closed Letter    
 1/5/2006  Short Form Consent Order Issued  1/23/06 Suspense Date For Facility To Return The Signed Sfco  
 1/17/2006  Submittal Received By Department  Signed Sfco Returned To The Dept.  
 1/19/2006  Return To Compliance From Formal Enforcement    
 1/19/2006  Short Form Consent Order Executed  Awaiting Payment Of Penalty  
 2/8/2006  Penalty Received  Paid In Full  
 2/13/2006  Project Closed Letter    
 2/13/2006  Case Closed By District    
 3/20/2006  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Liability Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 3/20/2006  Case Closed By District    
 3/20/2006  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 4/27/2006  Enforcement Project Initiated    
 4/27/2006  Legacy Site Inspection  Co-Inspection With Jack Cowart Epa Region Iv | Drafting Cei Report  
 4/28/2006  Telephone Conversation  Facility Notified Fdep That Universal Waste Labels With The Proper Verbiage Had Been Obtained Are Now Being Used  
 5/12/2006  Letter  Facility Submitted Pictures Of The Cleaning And Sealing Of Cracks In Secondary Containment (Driveway Around Facility)  
 6/22/2006  Warning Letter Issued  Suspense Date For Response 7/10/06  
 8/9/2006  Enforcement Meeting  Facility Agreed To Cited Violations But Will Submit A Counter-Offer To Penalty. 8/23/06 Suspense Date For Submittal  
 8/18/2006  Submittal Received By Department  Facility Proposed A Counter Offer To The Assessed Penalties  
 9/21/2006  Short Form Consent Order Issued  Suspense Date For Response Is Approx. 10/06/06  
 10/2/2006  Short Form Consent Order Executed  Sfco Executed. Suspense For Payment Is 10/06/06  
 10/6/2006  Penalty Received  Facility Submitted Penalty Payment Of $32,182 In Full. Case Is Closed  
 10/11/2006  Project Closed Letter  Facility Returned To Compliance, Signed Sfco And Paid Penalty In Full  
 2/21/2007  Legacy Site Inspection  Minor Violations - Uw Lamp Boxes Open, Missing Ldr'S  
 2/21/2007  Enforcement Project Initiated    
 5/10/2007  Warning Letter Issued  Wl Issued, Small Penalty $750 For Uw Lamps, Elra Penalty + Costs  
 5/16/2007  File Review  Wl Received At Facility On 5/14/07  
 5/21/2007  Telephone Conversation  Steve Berman Called, Received Letter, Not Requesting Enf Mtg, Asked For A Possible Reduction, Said I Would Get Back To Him  
 5/22/2007  File Review  Spoke With Jd, Offering 10% Reduction To Clean Harbors, Sent Email To Steve Berman Awaiting Reply.  
 5/22/2007  Submittal Received By Department  Email From Steve Berman, Accepting 10% Reduction, Enter Into Sfco Total Penalty $700.00  
 5/25/2007  Short Form Consent Order Issued    
 6/15/2007  Short Form Consent Order Executed    
 6/15/2007  Return To Compliance From Formal Enforcement    
 6/26/2007  Penalty Received    
 6/29/2007  Project Closed Letter    
 6/29/2007  Case Closed By District    
 1/1/2008  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 1/1/2008  Financial Record Review  Certificate Of Liability Insurance | Edgar Echevarria-Reviewer  
 3/18/2008  Compliance Evaluation Inspection  No Violations  
 5/8/2008  Project Closed Letter    
 3/20/2009  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-01/01/2009 - Finished-03/20/2009  
 3/20/2009  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-01/01/2009 - Finished-03/20/2009  
 4/21/2009  Site Inspection  Routine; Transfer Facility - Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; TSD Facility  
 5/15/2009  Informal Verbal Enforcement  Closed for Informal Verbal Enforcement-05/15/2009 - Finished-05/15/2009  
 5/21/2010  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-09/06/2009 - Finished-05/21/2010  
 5/21/2010  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-11/01/2009 - Finished-05/21/2010  
 7/29/2010  Site Inspection  Routine; TSD Facility  
 9/13/2010  Informal Verbal Enforcement  Closed for Informal Verbal Enforcement-09/13/2010 - Finished-09/13/2010  
 3/3/2011  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-09/06/2010 - Finished-03/03/2011  
 3/3/2011  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-11/01/2010 - Finished-03/03/2011  
 9/13/2011  Site Inspection  Routine; Transfer Facility - Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; TSD Facility - Routine; Hazardous Waste Transfer Facility  
 10/7/2011  Informal Verbal Enforcement  Closed for Informal Verbal Enforcement-10/07/2011 - Finished-10/07/2011  
 3/2/2012  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-09/06/2006 - Finished-03/02/2012  
 3/2/2012  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-11/01/2011 - Finished-03/02/2012  
 9/6/2012  Site Inspection  Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; TSD Facility  
 11/27/2012  Site Inspection  Routine; TSD Facility  
 1/22/2013  Verbal Compliance Assitance Offer  Closed -01/22/2013 - Finished-01/22/2013  
 3/4/2013  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-10/22/2012 - Finished-03/04/2013  
 3/4/2013  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-08/30/2012 - Finished-03/04/2013  
 3/3/2014  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-09/06/2013 - Finished-03/03/2014  
 3/3/2014  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-09/01/2013 - Finished-03/03/2014  
 3/3/2014  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-09/06/2013 - Finished-03/03/2014  
 9/10/2014  Site Inspection  Routine; Transporter - Routine; Transfer Facility - Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; TSD Facility  
 10/8/2014  Verbal Compliance Assitance Offer  Finished-10/08/2014  
 4/1/2015  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-09/06/2014 - Finished-04/01/2015  
 4/1/2015  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-11/01/2014 - Finished-04/01/2015  
 5/14/2015  Site Inspection  Routine; LQG (>1000 kg/month) - Routine; TSD Facility  
 12/8/2015  Site Inspection  Routine; TSD Facility  
 2/1/2016  Case Referral To Epa  Sent for CASE REFERRAL TO EPA-02/01/2016 - Finished-05/01/2017  177089
 2/2/2016  Letter  Sent for LETTER-02/02/2016 - Finished-05/01/2017  177089
 2/4/2016  Federal Significant Noncompliance - Yes  SNY Storage of waste in transit at unpermitted location ; DAY 0: 08-DEC-15  177089
 2/29/2016  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-09/06/2015 - Finished-02/29/2016  
 2/29/2016  Financial Record  Reviewed for FINANCIAL RECORD-11/01/2015 - Finished-02/29/2016  
 4/20/2016  Federal Significant Noncompliance - No  SNN SNN status entered based on return to compliance and EPA's issuance of Show Cause letter; DAY 0: 08-DEC-15  177089
 3/7/2017  Financial Record  Reviewed-11/01/2016 - Finished-03/07/2017  
 3/7/2017  Financial Record  Reviewed-09/06/2016 - Finished-03/07/2017  
 3/22/2017  Site Inspection  Routine; TSD Facility  
 5/1/2017  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-05/01/2017  177089
 5/25/2017  Verbal Compliance Assitance Offer  Compliance Assistance Offer Verbalfor InformalVerbalEnforcement-03/22/2017 - Finished-05/25/2017  
 2/2/2018  Financial Record  Reviewed-09/06/2017 - Finished-02/02/2018  
 2/2/2018  Financial Record  Reviewed-11/01/2017 - Finished-02/02/2018  
 5/4/2018  Site Inspection  Routine; TSD Facility  
 2/5/2019  Financial Record  Reviewed-11/01/2018 - Finished-02/05/2019  
 2/5/2019  Financial Record  Reviewed-09/06/2018 - Finished-02/05/2019  
 2/5/2020  Financial Record  Reviewed-09/06/2019 - Finished-02/05/2020  
 2/5/2020  Financial Record  Reviewed-11/01/2019 - Finished-02/05/2020  
 2/6/2020  Submittal Received By Department  Received-01/20/2020 - Finished-02/06/2020  
 2/7/2020  Electronic Communication  Finished-02/07/2020  
 2/27/2020  Electronic Communication  Finished-02/27/2020  
 4/10/2020  Electronic Communication  Finished-04/10/2020  
 4/22/2020  Electronic Communication  Finished-04/22/2020  
 6/16/2020  Electronic Communication  Finished-06/16/2020  
 8/5/2020  Site Inspection  Routine; TSD Facility  
 8/25/2020  Electronic Communication  Finished-08/25/2020  
 10/4/2021  Financial Record  Reviewed-11/01/2020 - Finished-10/04/2021  
 10/4/2021  Groundwater Record  Reviewed-08/21/2020 - Finished-10/04/2021  
 4/8/2022  Site Inspection  Routine; TSD Facility  

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    268.A  268.7  Dembeck_G  2/23/1989  5/29/1990    4433   2/23/1989   Testing, tracking, and recordkeeping requirements for generators, treaters, and disposal facilities.
2    268.A  268.7(a)(1)  Dembeck_G  2/23/1989  5/29/1990    4433   2/23/1989   A generator of hazardous waste must determine if the waste has to be treated before it can be land disposed. This is done by determining if the hazardous waste meets the treatment standards in 268.40, 268.45, or 268.49. This determination can be made
3    268.A  268.7  Dembeck_G  9/19/1989  1/25/1990    4432   9/19/1989   Testing, tracking, and recordkeeping requirements for generators, treaters, and disposal facilities.
4    268.A  268.7  Dembeck_G  9/19/1989  1/25/1990    4432   9/19/1989   Testing, tracking, and recordkeeping requirements for generators, treaters, and disposal facilities.
5    268.A  268.7  Dembeck_G  11/29/1989  1/25/1991    4431   11/29/1989   Testing, tracking, and recordkeeping requirements for generators, treaters, and disposal facilities.
6    268.A  268.7  Dembeck_G  11/29/1989  1/25/1991    4431   11/29/1989   Testing, tracking, and recordkeeping requirements for generators, treaters, and disposal facilities.
7    264.C  264.31  Dembeck_G  11/29/1989  1/25/1991    4431   11/29/1989   Design and operation of facility. Facilities must be designed, constructed, maintained, and operated to minimize the possibility of a fire, explosion, or any unplanned sudden or non-sudden release of hazardous waste or hazardous waste constituents to
12    264.H  264.140(a)  Lester_K  1/31/1990  6/3/1991    4430   1/31/1990   The requirements of 264.142, 264.143, and 264.147 through 264.151 apply to owners and operators of all hazardous waste facilities, except as provided otherwise in this section or in 264.1.
13    268.A  268.1(a)  Gilyard_D  5/29/1990  6/22/1990    4429   5/29/1990   This part identifies hazardous wastes that are restricted from land disposal and defines those limited circumstances under which an otherwise prohibited waste may continue to be land disposed.
14    268.A  268.1(b)  Gilyard_D  5/29/1990  6/22/1990    4429   5/29/1990   Except as specifically provided otherwise in this part or part 261 of this chapter, the requirements of this part apply to persons who generate or transport hazardous waste and owners and operators of hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal
15      264.1  Lester_K  5/29/1990  6/22/1990    4429   5/29/1990   Purpose, scope and applicability.
18    264.I  264.173(b)  Dembeck_G  1/29/1988  5/24/1988    4434   1/29/1988   A container holding hazardous waste must not be opened, handled, or stored in a manner which may rupture the container or cause it to leak.
19    264.I  264.173(a)  Dembeck_G  1/29/1988  5/24/1988    4434   1/29/1988   A container holding hazardous waste must always be closed during storage, except when it is necessary to add or remove waste.
20    264.F  264.92  Chaz_Load  11/30/1990  8/9/1991    4427   11/30/1990   Ground-water protection standard. The owner or operator must comply with conditions specified in the facility permit that are designed to ensure that hazardous constituents under 264.93 detected in the ground water from a regulated unit do not exceed
21    264.G  264.110(a)  Chaz_Load  11/30/1990  8/9/1991    4427   11/30/1990   Sections 264.111 through 264.115 (which concern closure) apply to the owners and operators of all hazardous waste management facilities; and
22    264.H  264.140(a)  Chaz_Load  11/30/1990  8/9/1991    4427   11/30/1990   The requirements of 264.142, 264.143, and 264.147 through 264.151 apply to owners and operators of all hazardous waste facilities, except as provided otherwise in this section or in 264.1.
23    264.F  264.101  Chaz_Load  11/30/1990  8/9/1991    4427   11/30/1990   Corrective action for solid waste management units.
24      264.1  Chaz_Load  11/30/1990  8/9/1991    4427   11/30/1990   Purpose, scope and applicability.
25    268.A  268.1(b)  Chaz_Load  11/30/1990  8/9/1991    4427   11/30/1990   Except as specifically provided otherwise in this part or part 261 of this chapter, the requirements of this part apply to persons who generate or transport hazardous waste and owners and operators of hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal
26      264.1  Chaz_Load  11/30/1990  8/9/1991    4427   11/30/1990   Purpose, scope and applicability.
27    264.E  264.70  Chaz_Load  11/30/1990  8/9/1991    4427   11/30/1990   Applicability.
28      264.1  Dembeck_G  11/30/1990  6/24/1992    4427   11/30/1990   Purpose, scope and applicability.
29    268.A  268.1(b)  Dembeck_G  11/30/1990  6/24/1992    4427   11/30/1990   Except as specifically provided otherwise in this part or part 261 of this chapter, the requirements of this part apply to persons who generate or transport hazardous waste and owners and operators of hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal
30    264.H  264.140(a)  Chaz_Load  1/31/1991  3/9/1991    4428   11/14/1990   The requirements of 264.142, 264.143, and 264.147 through 264.151 apply to owners and operators of all hazardous waste facilities, except as provided otherwise in this section or in 264.1.
31    261.A  261.1  Ojili_R  1/10/1992  5/1/1992    4402   11/26/1991   Purpose and scope.
32    262.D  262.40(a)  Ojili_R  1/10/1992  5/1/1992    4402   11/26/1991   A generator must keep a copy of each manifest signed in accordance with 262.23(a) for three years or until he receives a signed copy from the designated facility which received the waste. This signed copy must be retained as a record for at least thr
33    264.I  264.170  Ojili_R  1/10/1992  5/1/1992    4402   11/26/1991   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
34    262.B  262.20(a)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  7/22/1992    4401   6/4/1992   Rule Description not available
35    262.C  262.34(a)(3)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   While being accumulated on-site, each container and tank is labeled or marked clearly with the words, "Hazardous Waste"; and
36    264.B  264.15(a)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   The owner or operator must inspect his facility for malfunctions and deterioration, operator errors, and discharges which may be causing-or may lead to-(1) release of hazardous waste constituents to the environment or (2) a threat to human health. Th
37    264.B  264.15(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   The owner or operator must remedy any deterioration or malfunction of equipment or structures which the inspection reveals on a schedule which ensures that the problem does not lead to an environmental or human health hazard. Where a hazard is immine
38    264.D  264.52(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  7/22/1992    4401   6/4/1992   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 264.37.
39    264.D  264.52(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  7/22/1992    4401   6/4/1992   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 264.37.
40    XXS  62-730.170(2)(a)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   The transporter shall have and maintain financial responsibility for sudden accidental occurrences in a minimum amount of $1,000,000 per occurrence for combined coverage of injury to persons and for damage to property and the environment from the spi
41    XXS  62-730.171(2)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   A transfer facility used for storage of hazardous waste for more than 24 hours but 10 days or less shall comply with the following requirements all as adopted by reference in subsection 62-730.180(2), F.A.C., except where otherwise noted:
42    XXS  62-730.171(2)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   A transfer facility used for storage of hazardous waste for more than 24 hours but 10 days or less shall comply with the following requirements all as adopted by reference in subsection 62-730.180(2), F.A.C., except where otherwise noted:
43    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
44    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
45    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
46    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
47    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
48    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
49    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
50    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
51    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
52    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  6/29/1992  3/26/1993    4401   6/4/1992   Fail to comply with a permit;
53    262.B  262.20(a)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  4/16/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Rule Description not available
54    264.D  264.52(e)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  4/16/1993    4400   11/24/1992   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
55    264.AA  264.1032(a)(1)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  6/16/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Reduce total organic emissions from all affected process vents at the facility below 1.4 kg/h (3 lb/h) and 2.8 Mg/yr (3.1 tons/yr), or
56    264.AA  264.1035(b)(2)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  4/16/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Up-to-date documentation of compliance with the process vent standards in Sec. 264.1032, including:
57    264.AA  264.1035(b)(2)(i)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  4/16/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Information and data identifying all affected process vents, annual throughput and operating hours of each affected unit, estimated emission rates for each affected vent and for the overall facility (i.e., the total emissions for all affected vents a
58    264.BB  264.1050(d)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  6/2/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Each piece of equipment to which this subpart applies shall be marked in such a manner that it can be distinguished readily from other pieces of equipment.
59    264.BB  264.1050(e)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  6/2/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Equipment that is in vacuum service is excluded from the requirements of Sec. 264.1052 to Sec. 264.1060 if it is identified as required in Sec. 264.1064(g)(5).
60    264.BB  264.1053(b)(3)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  6/29/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Equipped with a system that purges the barrier fluid into a hazardous waste stream with no detectable emissions to atmosphere.
61    264.BB  264.1064(g)(3)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  6/2/1993    4400   11/24/1992   A list of equipment identification numbers for pressure relief devices required to comply with Sec. 264.1054(a).
62    264.BB  264.1064(g)(5)  Dembeck_G  1/22/1993  6/2/1993    4400   11/24/1992   A list of identification numbers for equipment in vacuum service.
63    XXS  403.727  Chaz_Load  1/22/1993  6/29/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Violations; defenses, penalties, and remedies.--
64    XXS  403.727  Chaz_Load  1/22/1993  6/2/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Violations; defenses, penalties, and remedies.--
65    XXS  403.727  Chaz_Load  1/22/1993  6/2/1993    4400   11/24/1992   Violations; defenses, penalties, and remedies.--
66    262.B  262.20(a)  Chaz_Load  12/10/1993  1/19/1994    1272   10/21/1993   Rule Description not available
67    264.BB  264.1050(d)  Chaz_Load  12/10/1993  1/19/1994    1272   10/21/1993   Each piece of equipment to which this subpart applies shall be marked in such a manner that it can be distinguished readily from other pieces of equipment.
68    264.BB  264.1056(a)(1)  Chaz_Load  12/10/1993  1/19/1994    1272   10/21/1993   Each open-ended valve or line shall be equipped with a cap, blind flange, plug, or a second valve.
69    264.BB  264.1064(g)(3)  Chaz_Load  12/10/1993  1/19/1994    1272   10/21/1993   A list of equipment identification numbers for pressure relief devices required to comply with Sec. 264.1054(a).
70    268.A  268.7(a)(1)  Chaz_Load  12/10/1993  1/19/1994    1272   10/21/1993   A generator of hazardous waste must determine if the waste has to be treated before it can be land disposed. This is done by determining if the hazardous waste meets the treatment standards in 268.40, 268.45, or 268.49. This determination can be made
71    268.A  268.7(a)(1)  Chaz_Load  12/10/1993  1/19/1994    1272   10/21/1993   A generator of hazardous waste must determine if the waste has to be treated before it can be land disposed. This is done by determining if the hazardous waste meets the treatment standards in 268.40, 268.45, or 268.49. This determination can be made
72    262.B  262.20(a)  Dembeck_G  8/5/1994  8/15/1994    1409   5/5/1994   Rule Description not available
73    264.C  264.31  Dembeck_G  8/5/1994  8/15/1994    1409   5/5/1994   Design and operation of facility. Facilities must be designed, constructed, maintained, and operated to minimize the possibility of a fire, explosion, or any unplanned sudden or non-sudden release of hazardous waste or hazardous waste constituents to
74    264.E  264.73(b)(1)  Dembeck_G  8/5/1994  8/15/1994    1409   5/5/1994   A description and the quantity of each hazardous waste received, and the method(s) and date(s) of its treatment, storage, or disposal at the facility as required by appendix I of this part. This information must be maintained in the operating record
75    264.I  264.173(b)  Dembeck_G  8/5/1994  8/15/1994    1409   5/5/1994   A container holding hazardous waste must not be opened, handled, or stored in a manner which may rupture the container or cause it to leak.
77    XXS  62-730.171(2)  Dembeck_G  8/5/1994  9/7/1994    1409   5/5/1994   A transfer facility used for storage of hazardous waste for more than 24 hours but 10 days or less shall comply with the following requirements all as adopted by reference in subsection 62-730.180(2), F.A.C., except where otherwise noted:
78    XXS  62-730.290  Dembeck_G  8/5/1994  9/8/1994    1409   5/5/1994   Modification and Transfer of Permits and Other Authorizations.
79    PCR  403.727(1)(c)  Dembeck_G  8/5/1994  9/8/1994    1409   5/5/1994   Fail to comply with a permit;
80    XXS  403.727  Dembeck_G  8/5/1994  8/15/1994    1409   5/5/1994   Violations; defenses, penalties, and remedies.--
81    268.E  268.50(a)(2)(i)  Dembeck_G  12/15/1994  12/23/1994    1559   11/15/1994   Each container is clearly marked to identify its contents and the date each period of accumulation begins;
82      UNKNOWN  Dembeck_G  12/15/1994  12/23/1994    1559   11/15/1994   Unknown - insufficient data from import to identify rule.
83    268.A  268.7(a)(1)  Dembeck_G  12/15/1994  12/23/1994    1559   11/15/1994   A generator of hazardous waste must determine if the waste has to be treated before it can be land disposed. This is done by determining if the hazardous waste meets the treatment standards in 268.40, 268.45, or 268.49. This determination can be made
84    264.E  264.73(b)(2)  Dembeck_G  12/15/1994  12/23/1994    1559   11/15/1994   The location of each hazardous waste within the facility and the quantity at each location. For disposal facilities, the location and quantity of each hazardous waste must be recorded on a map or diagram that shows each cell or disposal area. For all
85    262.C  262.34(c)(1)(ii)  Chaz_Load  10/25/1995  10/25/1995    4399   10/25/1995   Marks his containers either with the words "Hazardous Waste" or with other words that identify the contents of the containers.
86    268.E  268.50(a)(2)(i)  Dembeck_G  5/8/1996  6/3/1996    2263   5/8/1996   Each container is clearly marked to identify its contents and the date each period of accumulation begins;
87    268.E  268.50(a)(2)(i)  Dembeck_G  5/8/1996  6/3/1996    2263   5/8/1996   Each container is clearly marked to identify its contents and the date each period of accumulation begins;
88      UNKNOWN  Dembeck_G  5/8/1996  6/3/1996    2263   5/8/1996   Unknown - insufficient data from import to identify rule.
89    268.A  268.7(a)(1)  Dembeck_G  5/8/1996  6/3/1996    2263   5/8/1996   A generator of hazardous waste must determine if the waste has to be treated before it can be land disposed. This is done by determining if the hazardous waste meets the treatment standards in 268.40, 268.45, or 268.49. This determination can be made
90    263.B  263.20(b)  Dembeck_G  12/26/1996  4/7/1997    5890   11/21/1996   Before transporting the hazardous waste, the transporter must sign and date the manifest acknowledging acceptance of the hazardous waste from the generator. The transporter must return a signed copy to the generator before leaving the generator's pro
91    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Dembeck_G  12/26/1996  4/7/1997    5890   11/21/1996   General prohibition.
92    263.A  263.12  Dembeck_G  12/26/1996  4/7/1997    5890   11/21/1996   Transfer facility requirements. A transporter who stores manifested shipments of hazardous waste in containers meeting the requirements of 262.30 at a transfer facility for a period of ten days or less is not subject to regulation under parts 270, 26
93    268.E  268.50(a)(2)(i)  Knauss_B  5/14/1997  5/22/1997    5951   5/14/1997   Each container is clearly marked to identify its contents and the date each period of accumulation begins;
94      UNKNOWN  Knauss_B  5/14/1997  5/14/1997    5951   5/14/1997   Unknown - insufficient data from import to identify rule.
95    268.A  268.7(a)(1)  Knauss_B  5/14/1997  5/22/1997    5951   5/14/1997   A generator of hazardous waste must determine if the waste has to be treated before it can be land disposed. This is done by determining if the hazardous waste meets the treatment standards in 268.40, 268.45, or 268.49. This determination can be made
96    268.A  268.7(a)(1)  Tam_S  5/14/1998  6/17/1998    6556   5/14/1998   A generator of hazardous waste must determine if the waste has to be treated before it can be land disposed. This is done by determining if the hazardous waste meets the treatment standards in 268.40, 268.45, or 268.49. This determination can be made
97    268.A  268.7(a)(7)  Tam_S  5/14/1998  6/17/1998    6556   5/14/1998   If a generator determines that he is managing a prohibited waste that is excluded from the definition of hazardous or solid waste or is exempted from Subtitle C regulation under 40 CFR 261.2 through 261.6 subsequent to the point of generation (includ
98    PCR  403.087  Tam_S  5/14/1998  6/17/1998    6556   5/14/1998   Permits; general issuance; denial; revocation; prohibition; penalty.--
99    PCR  403.087  Tam_S  5/14/1998  5/15/1998    6556   5/14/1998   Permits; general issuance; denial; revocation; prohibition; penalty.--
100    PCR  403.087  Tam_S  5/14/1998  5/15/1998    6556   5/14/1998   Permits; general issuance; denial; revocation; prohibition; penalty.--
101    PCR  403.087  Tam_S  5/14/1998  6/17/1998    6556   5/14/1998   Permits; general issuance; denial; revocation; prohibition; penalty.--
102    PCR  403.087  Tam_S  11/19/1998  11/25/1998    6744   11/19/1998   Permits; general issuance; denial; revocation; prohibition; penalty.--
103    PCR  403.087  Tam_S  11/19/1998  11/25/1998    6744   11/19/1998   Permits; general issuance; denial; revocation; prohibition; penalty.--
104    PCR  403.087  Tam_S  11/19/1998  11/25/1998    6744   11/19/1998   Permits; general issuance; denial; revocation; prohibition; penalty.--
105    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Tam_S  6/16/1999  6/23/1999    7256   6/16/1999   General prohibition.
106    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Tam_S  6/16/1999  6/17/1999    7256   6/16/1999   General prohibition.
107    XXS  403.727  Knauss_B  12/21/1999  2/8/2000    7282   12/21/1999   Violations; defenses, penalties, and remedies.--
108    264.B  264.16(a)(1)  Knauss_B  12/21/1999  2/8/2000    7282   12/21/1999   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
109    264.B  264.16(c)  Tam_S  11/30/1999  12/20/1999    7318   11/30/1999   Facility personnel must take part in an annual review of the initial training required in paragraph (a) of this section.
110    XXS  62-737  Tam_S  11/30/1999  12/20/1999    7318   11/30/1999   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
111    XXS  62-737  Tam_S  11/30/1999  11/30/1999    7318   11/30/1999   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
112    XXS  62-737  Tam_S  11/30/1999  11/30/1999    7318   11/30/1999   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
113    264.I  264.175(b)(1)  Tam_S  5/22/2000  6/8/2000    7610   5/22/2000   A base must underlie the containers which is free of cracks or gaps and is sufficiently impervious to contain leaks, spills, and accumulated precipitation until the collected material is detected and removed;
114    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Tam_S  5/22/2000  6/8/2000    7610   5/22/2000   General prohibition.
115    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Tam_S  5/22/2000  6/8/2000    7610   5/22/2000   General prohibition.
116    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Tam_S  5/22/2000  6/8/2000    7610   5/22/2000   General prohibition.
117    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Tam_S  5/22/2000  6/8/2000    7610   5/22/2000   General prohibition.
118    XXS  62-737  Tam_S  10/25/2000  11/22/2000    8028   10/25/2000   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
119    XXS  62-737  Tam_S  10/25/2000  11/22/2000    8028   10/25/2000   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
120    XXS  62-737  Tam_S  10/25/2000  10/25/2000    8028   10/25/2000   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
121    XXS  62-737  Tam_S  10/25/2000  10/25/2000    8028   10/25/2000   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
122    XXS  62-737  Tam_S  10/25/2000  10/25/2000    8028   10/25/2000   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
123    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Tam_S  4/11/2001  4/12/2001    8294   4/11/2001   General prohibition.
124    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Tam_S  4/11/2001  4/24/2001    8294   4/11/2001   General prohibition.
125    264.B  264.15(d)  Gephart_A  9/22/2005  12/13/2005    10929   9/22/2005   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
126    264.E  264.72(b)  Gephart_A  9/22/2005  12/13/2005    10929   9/22/2005   Significant differences in quantity are: For bulk waste, variations greater than 10 percent in weight; for batch waste, any variation in piece count, such as a discrepancy of one drum in a truckload. Significant differences in type are obvious differ
127    264.E  264.75  Gephart_A  9/22/2005  12/13/2005    10929   9/22/2005   Biennial report. The owner or operator must prepare and submit a single copy of a biennial report to the Regional Administrator by March 1 of each even numbered year. The biennial report must be submitted on EPA form 8700-13B. The report must cover f
128    XXS  403.727  Gephart_A  9/22/2005  12/13/2005    10929   9/22/2005   Violations; defenses, penalties, and remedies.--
129    XXS  403.727  Bayly_K  6/27/2005  11/22/2005    10895   6/27/2005   Violations; defenses, penalties, and remedies.--
130    264.BB  264.1050(d)  Dregne_J  4/27/2006  8/9/2006    11299   4/27/2006   Each piece of equipment to which this subpart applies shall be marked in such a manner that it can be distinguished readily from other pieces of equipment.
131      264.1  Dregne_J  4/27/2006  5/12/2006    11299   4/27/2006   Purpose, scope and applicability.
132    264.E  264.75  Dregne_J  4/27/2006  8/9/2006    11299   4/27/2006   Biennial report. The owner or operator must prepare and submit a single copy of a biennial report to the Regional Administrator by March 1 of each even numbered year. The biennial report must be submitted on EPA form 8700-13B. The report must cover f
133    XXS  62-737.400(5)(b)  Dregne_J  4/27/2006  4/28/2006    11299   4/27/2006   Universal waste lamps, devices or the containers in which they are stored shall be labeled or marked clearly as follows:
134    XXS  62-737.400(5)(a)  Swanson_Tara  2/21/2007  2/21/2007    11609   2/21/2007   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
135    262.A  262.11  Swanson_Tara  4/21/2009  4/21/2009    113000000100001   4/21/2009   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:
136    273.B  273.14(e)  Swanson_Tara  4/21/2009  4/21/2009    113000000100001   4/21/2009   Each lamp or a container or package in which such lamps are contained must be labeled or marked clearly with one of the following phrases: "Universal Waste-Lamp(s)," or "Waste Lamp(s)," or "Used Lamp(s)".
137    273.B  273.13(d)(1)  Swanson_Tara  4/21/2009  4/21/2009    113000000100001   4/21/2009   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
138    264.C  264.31  Camp_Sd  7/29/2010  7/29/2010    150000000100204   7/29/2010   Design and operation of facility. Facilities must be designed, constructed, maintained, and operated to minimize the possibility of a fire, explosion, or any unplanned sudden or non-sudden release of hazardous waste or hazardous waste constituents to
139    262.C  262.34(c)(1)(i), 262.34(c)(1)(ii)  Camp_Sd  9/13/2011  9/14/2011    173000000100498   9/13/2011   Complies with 265.171, 265.172, and 265.173(a) of this chapter; and, Marks his containers either with the words "Hazardous Waste" or with other words that identify the contents of the containers.
140    264.C  264.31  Knauss_E  11/27/2012  1/17/2013    163999   11/27/2012   Design and operation of facility. Facilities must be designed, constructed, maintained, and operated to minimize the possibility of a fire, explosion, or any unplanned sudden or non-sudden release of hazardous waste or hazardous waste constituents to
141    264.B  264.16(a)(1)  Knauss_E  11/27/2012  1/17/2013    163999   11/27/2012   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
142    264.I  264.171  Camp_Sd  9/10/2014  10/8/2014    172965   9/10/2014   Condition of containers. If a container holding hazardous waste is not in good condition (e.g., severe rusting, apparent structural defects) or if it begins to leak, the owner or operator must transfer the hazardous waste from this container to a co
143    264.C  264.31  Camp_Sd  9/10/2014  10/8/2014    172965   9/10/2014   Design and operation of facility. Facilities must be designed, constructed, maintained, and operated to minimize the possibility of a fire, explosion, or any unplanned sudden or non-sudden release of hazardous waste or hazardous waste constituents to
144    XXS  403.727(3)(b)5  Knauss_E  12/8/2015  12/8/2015  177089  176692   12/8/2015   Transports without a manifest, or causes to be transported without a manifest, any hazardous waste required by rules adopted by the department to be accompanied by a manifest is, upon conviction, guilty of a felony of the third degree, punishable for
145    XXS  403.727(1)(a)  Knauss_E  12/8/2015  3/28/2016  177089  176692   12/8/2015   Fail to comply with the provisions of this act or departmental rules or orders;
146    XXS  62-710.401(6)  Knauss_E  12/8/2015  12/8/2015  177089  176692   12/8/2015   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 deterioration), and not leaking (no visible leaks). If tanks or con
147    273.B  273.13(d)(1)  Knauss_E  3/22/2017  3/22/2017    179992   3/22/2017   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
148    PCR  403.161(1)(b)  Knauss_E  3/22/2017  5/10/2017    179992   3/22/2017   To fail to obtain any permit required by this chapter or by rule or regulation, or to violate or fail to comply with any rule, regulation, order, permit, or certification adopted or issued by the department pursuant to its lawful authority.
149    264.C  264.35  Knauss_E  3/22/2017  3/23/2017    179992   3/22/2017   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