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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: FLD981477904, Tampa Electric Co - Central Operations

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments ETA Link
 5/22/1995  Legacy Site Inspection    
 6/7/1995  Warning Letter Issued    
 7/7/1995  Enforcement Meeting    
 8/9/1995  Case Closed By District    
 3/28/2002  Legacy Site Inspection  Report Drafted; Approved  
 4/1/2002  Letter  Beverly Morgan Emailed Me The New Inspection Log Format  
 4/5/2002  Letter  I Emailed B. Morgan Answering Questions Raised During The Inspection & Reiterating What I Still Need From Teco  
 4/9/2002  Letter  I Emailed B. Morgan Asking For More Info About Spent Lamps  
 4/10/2002  Letter  Email From B. Morgan Telling Me That She Sent A Package W/ Most Of The Info And More Wil Be Coming Soon  
 4/15/2002  Letter  I Emailed B. Morgan Again Asking Her If Coc Still Accepts Spent Lamps From Other Facilities, If Universal Mgmt Training Is Given And Asking What If Anything Was Done About Broken Lamp Observed  
 4/15/2002  Letter  B. Morgan Emailed Me Telling Me She Is Sending The Superior Invoices  
 4/16/2002  Letter  Rcvd Superior Invoices For Universal Wastes; B. Morgan Said Universals Training Is Part Of Rcra Training; Accepts Lamps From Other Teco Sites; Broken Lamp Has Been Containerized And Labeled "Crushed Mercury Containing Lamps For Recycling"  
 4/16/2002  Letter  I Rcvd Email From B. Morgan W/ Teco'S Universal Waste Sop Attached  
 5/2/2002  Warning Letter Issued  No Penalty Assessed  
 6/5/2002  Letter  Rcvd Documentation Of Corrective Actions. Plan Still Needs Work  
 6/20/2002  Letter  I Emailed B. Morgan Outlining The Deficiencies In The Contingency Plan  
 8/21/2002  Letter  I Emailed B. Morgan, Forwarding Her Another Copy Of The 06-20-02 Email Re: The Icp Revisions That Must Be Done.  
 8/22/2002  Letter  I Rcvd Fax From B. Morgan Stating That Teco'S Consultant And Env. Affairs Are Meeting Today To Finalize The Corrections And She Will Submitt Asap.  
 8/26/2002  Letter  From B. Morgan: Plan Revisions  
 8/26/2002  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 8/29/2002  Project Closed Letter    
 8/29/2002  Case Closed By District    
 3/14/2006  Enforcement Project Initiated    
 3/14/2006  Legacy Site Inspection  Storing Used Oil More Than 35 Days At Transfer Facility, Open Satellite  
 7/11/2006  Warning Letter Issued    
 7/25/2006  Telephone Conversation  Call From Beverly Morgan, Teco, Requesting Copies Of Inspection Photos And Notes.  
 8/3/2006  Letter  Photos And Notes Sent To Teco.  
 8/15/2006  Enforcement Meeting  Additional Info To Be Submitted Supporting Contention That Uo Not Being Stored More Than 35 Days.  
 9/11/2006  Letter  Submittal With Additional Oil Disposal Information Made  
 10/6/2006  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 10/9/2006  Project Closed Letter    
 9/16/2010  Site Inspection  Routine; SQG (100-1000 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Transfer Facility  
 11/9/2010  Warning Letter  Sent for WARNING LETTER-11/09/2010 - Finished-11/19/2010  28532
 2/1/2011  Letter  Received for LETTER-01/18/2011 - Finished-02/01/2011  28532
 2/1/2011  Meeting  Finished-02/01/2011  28532
 3/16/2011  Letter  Drafted for LETTER-02/01/2011 - Forwarded for Review for LETTER-02/01/2011 - Approved for LETTER-03/10/2011 - Reviewed for LETTER-03/10/2011 - Sent for LETTER-03/16/2011 - Finished-03/17/2011  28532
 4/19/2011  Short Form Consent Order  Sent for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-03/31/2011 - Executed for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-04/19/2011 - Finished-04/20/2011  28532
 4/19/2011  Penalty  Received for PENALTY-04/15/2011 - Finished-04/19/2011  28532
 4/20/2011  Letter  Approved for LETTER-04/19/2011 - Drafted for LETTER-04/19/2011 - Sent for LETTER-04/20/2011 - Finished-04/29/2011  28532
 4/29/2011  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-04/29/2011  28532
 7/29/2014  Site Inspection  Routine; SQG (100-1000 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transporter  
 1/13/2015  Electronic Communication  Finished-01/13/2015  
 6/18/2018  Site Inspection  Routine; SQG (100-1000 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transporter - Routine; Used Oil Transfer Facility  
 7/20/2018  Verbal Compliance Assitance Offer  Compliance Assistance Offer Verbalfor InformalVerbalEnforcement-06/18/2018 - Finishedfor InformalVerbalEnforcement-06/18/2018 - Finished-07/20/2018  

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      264.1  Chaz_Load  6/5/1995  7/21/1995    1660   5/22/1995   Purpose, scope and applicability.
2    262.A  262.11  Chaz_Load  6/5/1995  7/21/1995    1660   5/22/1995   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:
3    262.C  262.30  Chaz_Load  6/5/1995  7/21/1995    1660   5/22/1995   Packaging. Before transporting hazardous waste or offering hazardous waste for transportation off-site, a generator must package the waste in accordance with the applicable Department of Transportation regulations on packaging under 49 CFR parts 173,
4    262.C  262.30  Chaz_Load  6/5/1995  7/21/1995    1660   5/22/1995   Packaging. Before transporting hazardous waste or offering hazardous waste for transportation off-site, a generator must package the waste in accordance with the applicable Department of Transportation regulations on packaging under 49 CFR parts 173,
5    265.D  265.54(d)  Honey_K  3/28/2002  8/26/2002    8983   3/28/2002   The list of emergency coordinators changes; or
6      273.17  Honey_K  3/28/2002  4/16/2002    8983   3/28/2002   Response to releases.
7    279.C  279.22(c)(1)  Honey_K  3/28/2002  6/5/2002    8983   3/28/2002   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store used oil at generator facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
8    XXS  62-730.160(6)  Honey_K  3/28/2002  4/1/2002    8983   3/28/2002   Generators shall maintain adequate aisle space between containers of hazardous waste to allow for inspection of the condition and labels of the individual containers.
9    XXS  62-737.400(5)(a)  Honey_K  3/28/2002  4/18/2002    8983   3/28/2002   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
10    XXS  62-737  Honey_K  3/28/2002  4/18/2002    8983   3/28/2002   CHAPTER 62-737 THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT MERCURY-CONTAINING LAMPS AND DEVICES DESTINED FOR RECYCLING
11    262.A  262.11  Knauss_E  3/14/2006  3/14/2006    11174   3/14/2006   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:
12    279.E  279.45  Dregne_J  3/14/2006  8/15/2006    11174   3/14/2006   Used oil storage at transfer facilities. Used oil transporters are subject to all applicable Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (40 CFR part 112) in addition to the requirements of this subpart. Used oil transporters are also subject to th
13    279.C  279.22(c)(1)  Knauss_E  3/14/2006  3/14/2006    11174   3/14/2006   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store used oil at generator facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
14    XXS  62-710.401(6)  Knauss_E  3/14/2006  3/14/2006    11174   3/14/2006   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
15    PCR  62-710.800(1)  Dregne_J  3/14/2006  8/15/2006    11174   3/14/2006   This rule shall apply to any owner or operator of a facility that processes used oil. The owner or operato r shall comply with the requirements of this chapter including the requirements of 40 C.F.R. Part 279 Subpart F.
16    XXS  62-737.400(5)  Dregne_J  3/14/2006  8/15/2006    11174   3/14/2006   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
17    273.B  273.13(d)(1)  Honey_K  9/16/2010  12/16/2010  28532  140000000100278   9/16/2010   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
18    PCR  403.727(1)(b)  Honey_K  9/16/2010  12/16/2010  28532  140000000100278   9/16/2010   Operate without a valid permit;
28    279.C  279.22(d)(3)  Hernandez_I  6/18/2018  6/18/2018    183037   6/18/2018   CLEAN UP AND PROPERLY MANAGE THE RELEASED USED OIL AND OTHER MATERIALS
29    XXS, 273.B  273.14(e), 62-737.400(5)(b)  Hernandez_I  6/18/2018  6/18/2018    183037   6/18/2018   EACH LAMP OR CONTAINER IN WHICH LAMPS ARE CONTAINED MUST BE CLEARLY LABELED OR MARKED WITH UNIVERSAL WASTEVLAMP(S) OR WASTE LAMP(S) OR USED LAMP(S), Universal waste lamps, devices or the containers in which they are stored shall be labeled or marked