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Activity and Violation History

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Hazardous Waste Facility Compliance History


Activity History Listing

Activity History for:

EPAID: FLD984170415, Ring Power Corp

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments ETA Link
 8/31/1994  Legacy Site Inspection    
 10/20/1994  Warning Letter Issued  Expect Response To Warning Letter. | Requested Meeting.  
 11/2/1994  Enforcement Meeting    
 11/29/1994  Return To Compliance Letter    
 11/29/1994  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action  Facility Has Documented Return To Compliance.  
 6/14/1996  Legacy Site Inspection  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 6/14/1996  Informal Verbal Enforcement  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 7/30/1996  Return To Compliance Letter  Downloaded From Rcris On 18-Oct-96  
 9/30/1996  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action  Facility Has Documented Return To Compliance.  
 8/11/2000  Legacy Site Inspection  Inspection Report Being Drafted.  
 8/11/2000  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 11/22/2000  Return To Compliance Letter    
 11/22/2000  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 11/22/2000  Project Closed Letter    
 11/2/2001  Enforcement Project Initiated    
 11/2/2001  Legacy Site Inspection  Solid Waste Violation Only  
 11/2/2001  Initial Data Received On New Potential Contamination Site  Soil Contamination. Petroleum Products.  
 12/17/2001  Case Referred To Other Program Or Agency    
 3/1/2002  Interdepartmental Memo  Case Returned To Hw For Enforcement.  
 3/21/2002  Civil Penalty Authorization Memo  Authorization Sent To Ogc For Approval. $62700.  
 3/21/2002  Warning Letter Issued  Awaiting Response On Penalty Authorization.  
 3/25/2002  Telephone Conversation  Brimblecomb Received Wl. Ok To Proceed With Source Removal. Law Envir.  
 4/8/2002  Interdepartmental Memo  Penalty Authorization Approved.  
 4/24/2002  Letter  Pentalty Letter Sent To Ringhaver. Meeting Requested.  
 5/30/2002  Enforcement Meeting  Agree To Enter Into Co.  
 6/20/2002  Draft Consent Order Issued  Order Signed By Ringhaver. Order Being Executed.  
 7/1/2002  Consent Order Executed  Penalty Payment Received.  
 7/3/2002  Submittal Received By Department  Pcap Received  
 7/11/2002  Document Forwarded For Technical Review    
 7/31/2002  Technical Review    
 8/19/2002  Department Comments Sent    
 8/23/2002  Submittal Received By Department  Pcap Addendum Submitted  
 9/3/2002  Preliminary Contamination Assessment Plan Approved    
 12/16/2002  Preliminary Contamination Assessment Report  Pcar Recvd  
 12/27/2002  Document Forwarded For Technical Review    
 1/14/2003  Technical Review    
 3/11/2003  Department Comments Sent    
 4/4/2003  Submittal Received By Department  Pcap Addendum #1  
 4/30/2003  Technical Review  Tr Comments Re: Comments From April 2003  
 5/20/2003  Telephone Conversation  Called Mark Stuckey, Tr, To Get Comments Concerning Nfa  
 5/20/2003  File Review  Reviewed Pcar And Addendum To Pcar. Nfa Seems Reasonable, Called Tr To Concur.  
 6/24/2003  Letter  Nfa Letter  
 6/24/2003  Case Closed By District  Contaminant Levels Below Mcls. Nfa Letter Issued  
 3/9/2004  Compliance Evaluation Inspection  Report Being Drafted  
 4/14/2004  Project Closed Letter  Case Closed Ltr Sent With Inspt Rpt  
 4/27/2007  Legacy Site Inspection  Report Being Generated  
 4/27/2007  Informal Verbal Enforcement    
 5/16/2007  Submittal Received By Department  Rcv'D Email Of Analyticals For System One Pw Sludge And Clam "Skimmings"- Skimmings Haz For Chromium  
 5/16/2007  Letter  Emailed Facility About Oil Tank And Tornado Parts Washer  
 5/17/2007  Letter  Rcv'D Email From Facility  
 5/29/2007  Telephone Conversation  Spoke To Mr. Brimblecombe. He Stated That He Could Not Locate The Analyticals For The Tornado Aqueous Parts Washer Sludge, But Sent Off A New Sample To Analyze. He Will Email Or Fax The Results When They Are In.  
 5/31/2007  Submittal Received By Department  Rcv'D Analyticals Of Tornado Parts Washer Via Email  
 5/31/2007  Compliance W/O Formal Enforcement Action    
 6/15/2007  Project Closed Letter    
 9/7/2010  Site Inspection  Routine; Used Oil-Other - Routine; SQG (100-1000 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transporter  
 10/20/2010  Warning Letter  Sent for WARNING LETTER-10/20/2010 - Finished-10/29/2010  28072
 11/11/2010  Meeting  Finished-11/11/2010  28072
 1/31/2011  Short Form Consent Order  Sent for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-01/13/2011 - Receipt (Certified) for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-01/18/2011 - Executed for SHORT FORM CONSENT ORDER-01/31/2011 - Finished-02/01/2011  28072
 2/22/2011  Enforcement Tracking  Finished-02/22/2011  28072
 8/30/2012  Site Inspection  Routine; SQG (100-1000 kg/month)  
 10/5/2012  Informal Verbal Enforcement  Finished-10/05/2012  
 6/14/2016  Site Inspection  Routine; SQG (100-1000 kg/month) - Routine; Used Oil Transporter  
 9/7/2016  Compliance Assitance Offer  Compliance Assistance Offer Verbal-06/14/2016 - Compliance Assistance Offer Written-08/22/2016 - Response Received-09/01/2016 - Finished-09/07/2016  

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.C  262.34(c)(1)(ii)  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  11/2/1994    1502   8/31/1994   Marks his containers either with the words "Hazardous Waste" or with other words that identify the contents of the containers.
2    262.D  262.42  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  10/20/1994    1502   8/31/1994   Exception reporting.
3    265.B  265.16(d)  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  11/22/1994    1502   8/31/1994   The owner or operator must maintain the following documents and records at the facility:
4    265.C  265.37  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  11/2/1994    1502   8/31/1994   Arrangements with local authorities.
5    265.D  265.52(c)  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  11/22/1994    1502   8/31/1994   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.
6    265.D  265.52(d)  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  11/2/1994    1502   8/31/1994   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
7    265.D  265.52(e)  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  11/22/1994    1502   8/31/1994   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
8    265.D  265.53(b)  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  11/2/1994    1502   8/31/1994   Submitted to all local police departments, fire departments, hospitals, and State and local emergency response teams that may be called upon to provide emergency services.
9    265.I  265.174  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  11/2/1994    1502   8/31/1994   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
10    268.A  268.7(a)(1)  Dembeck_G  10/20/1994  11/2/1994    1502   8/31/1994   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
11    262.D  262.42(a)(2)  Dembeck_G  6/14/1996  7/11/1996    5246   6/14/1996   A generator of greater than 1000 kilograms of hazardous waste in a calendar month must submit an Exception Report to the EPA Regional Administrator if he has not received a copy of the manifest with the handwritten signature of the owner or operator
12    268.A  268.7(a)(1)  Dembeck_G  6/14/1996  7/11/1996    5246   6/14/1996   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
13    268.A  268.7(a)(7)  Dembeck_G  6/14/1996  7/11/1996    5246   6/14/1996   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
14    279.C  279.22(c)(1)  Dembeck_G  6/14/1996  7/11/1996    5246   6/14/1996   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store used oil at generator facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
15    XXS  62-710.850  Dembeck_G  6/14/1996  7/11/1996    5246   6/14/1996   Management of Used Oil Filters.
16    262.C  262.34(c)(1)(ii)  Dregne_J  8/11/2000  11/22/2000    7698   8/11/2000   Marks his containers either with the words "Hazardous Waste" or with other words that identify the contents of the containers.
17    XXS  62-701.300(1)  Knauss_B  11/2/2001  12/17/2001    8762   11/2/2001   General prohibition.
18    XXS  62-710.401(6)  Camp_Sd  4/27/2007  5/17/2007    11835   4/27/2007   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
19    262.C  262.34(c)(1)(ii)  Camp_Sd  4/27/2007  5/17/2007    11835   4/27/2007   Marks his containers either with the words "Hazardous Waste" or with other words that identify the contents of the containers.
20    279.C  279.22(c)(1)  Camp_Sd  4/27/2007  5/17/2007    11835   4/27/2007   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store used oil at generator facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
21    XXS  62-730.160(6)  Camp_Sd  4/27/2007  4/27/2007    11835   4/27/2007   Generators shall maintain adequate aisle space between containers of hazardous waste to allow for inspection of the condition and labels of the individual containers.
22    273.B  273.13(d)(1)  Nipper_R  9/7/2010  11/11/2010  28072  98000000100546   9/7/2010   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
23    XXS  62-710.401(6)  Nipper_R  9/7/2010  11/11/2010  28072  98000000100546   9/7/2010   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
24    XXS  62-737.400(5)(b)  Nipper_R  9/7/2010  11/11/2010  28072  98000000100546   9/7/2010   Universal waste lamps, devices or the containers in which they are stored shall be labeled or marked clearly as follows:
25    262.C  262.34(d)(5)(ii)  Nipper_R  9/7/2010  11/11/2010  28072  98000000100546   9/7/2010   The generator must post the following information next to the telephone:
26    265.C  265.37(a)  Nipper_R  9/7/2010  2/1/2011  28072  98000000100546   9/7/2010   The owner or operator must attempt to make the following arrangements, as appropriate for the type of waste handled at his facility and the potential need for the services of these organizations:
27    279.C  279.22(c)(1)  Nipper_R  9/7/2010  11/11/2010  28072  98000000100546   9/7/2010   Containers and aboveground tanks used to store used oil at generator facilities must be labeled or marked clearly with the words "Used Oil."
28    262.C  262.34(c)(1)(ii)  Soich_R  8/30/2012  8/30/2012    162222   8/30/2012   Marks his containers either with the words "Hazardous Waste" or with other words that identify the contents of the containers.
29    265.I  265.174  Soich_R  8/30/2012  8/30/2012    162222   8/30/2012   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
30    279.C  279.22(d)  Soich_R  8/30/2012  8/30/2012    162222   8/30/2012   Response to releases . Upon detection of a release of used oil to the environment that is not subject to the requirements of part 280, subpart F of this chapter and which has occurred after the effective date of the recycled used oil management progr
31    262.C  262.34(c)(1)(ii)  Soich_R  8/30/2012  8/30/2012    162222   8/30/2012   Marks his containers either with the words "Hazardous Waste" or with other words that identify the contents of the containers.
32    XXS  62-710.401(6)  Pedigo_L  6/14/2016  9/1/2016    178141   6/14/2016   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
33    265.I  265.174  Pedigo_L  6/14/2016  9/1/2016    178141   6/14/2016   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
34    262.C  262.34(d)(5)(iii)  Pedigo_L  6/14/2016  9/1/2016    178141   6/14/2016   The generator must ensure that all employees are thoroughly familiar with proper waste handling and emergency procedures, relevant to their responsibilities during normal facility operations and emergencies;