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Activity and Violation History

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Solid Waste Facility Compliance History



Activity History for:

FACID: 101060, ADVANCED TIRE RECYCLING, INC.

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments   (mouse over for more text) ETA Link
 12/4/2012  Site Inspection    
 8/22/2013  Site Inspection   A Registered Waste Tire Collector May Only Disposit Collected Waste Tires At A Permitted Waste Tire Site, Processing Facility Or Other Facility Approved By The Department. Specifically, In Accordance With 62-711.520(10), Fac., "A Waste Tire Collecto  
 10/16/2013  Site Inspection   The Required Waste Tire Processing Facility Permit Application Was Received On October 10, 2013. The Facility Will Therefore Be Listed As In Compliance So Long As The Application Proceeds In A Timely Manner.  
 1/9/2014  Cost Estimates    
 6/23/2014  Site Inspection   The Facility Was Permitted In Early March, And Has Made Considerable Headway In Getting The Tires Re-Arranged As Required By The Permit, Including Floor Markings Showing The Allowed Locations. Therefore, Although A Small Number Of Tires Are Closer T  
 7/28/2015  Site Inspection    
 7/30/2015  Submittal Received By Department   Beginning Inventory Was 100,800, Ending Inventory 103,600 Which Is Within The Permitted Maximum Of 125,000.  
 7/30/2015  Submittal Received By Department   Begging Inventory Was 113,700, Ending Inventory Was 115,500 Which Is Below The Permitted Maximum Of 125,000.  
 7/30/2015  Submittal Received By Department   Note That The Facility Was Permitted In March 2014. Upon Being Assigned Inspection Responsibilities On The Q2 Work Plan I Determined That There Were No Quarterly Reports In Oculus. I Was Provided A Single Report, Which Was Incomplete And Inaccurate.  
 7/30/2015  Submittal Received By Department   Beginning Inventory Was 115,500, Ending Inventory Was 118,400, Which Is Below The Permitted Maximum Of 125,000. Note That The Inventory Has Been Trending Up Over The 4 Quarters, With An Increase Of 17,600 Tires.  
 7/30/2015  Submittal Received By Department   Beginning Inventory Was 103,600, Ending Inventory Was 113,700 Which Is Below The Permitted Maximum Of 125,000.  
 9/10/2015  Cost Estimates    
 9/15/2015  Meeting   Violations Related To Excessive Tire Pile Size, Lack Of A Perimeter Road, Vegetation In The Pile And Fire Lane Were All Satisfactorily Addressed And Are Being Resolved.  
 9/15/2015  Electronic Communication    
 9/22/2015  Submittal Received By Department   Report Only. No Corrective Actions.  
 10/28/2015  Submittal Received By Department   Permitted Maximum Of 125,000 Waste Tires. 61,135 Waste Tires On Hand. In Compliance.  
 1/29/2016  Submittal Received By Department   Reported 48,483 Tires On Hand, Well Below The Permitted Maximum. The Tons Per Trailer Received And Disposed Of Were Reported As 10 Tons Per Trailer This Report, But Was 16 Tons Per Trailer On The Previous Report. This Would Result In An Understatemen  
 4/22/2016  Submittal Received By Department   69,700 Waste Tires On Hand, Which Is Well Below Permitted Max Of 125,000.  
 7/8/2016  Site Inspection   In Addition To The Routine Level Of Service (Los) Inspection, An Outreach Was Conducted With Respect To The On-Going Zika Virus Concerns. Few Tires Were Stored Outside, Most With No Water. Those With Water Had No Larvae Observed. Additionally, No Adu  
 7/20/2016  Submittal Received By Department   Total Waste Tires On Hand 78,754, Well Below Maximum 125,000 Allowed .  
 10/25/2016  Submittal Received By Department   Waste Tires On Hand Are 81,511 Well Below The Permitted Maximum.  
 1/20/2017  Submittal Received By Department   Total Tires On Site Reported At 75,411, Well Below Permitted Maximum.  
 4/21/2017  Submittal Received By Department   Tires On Hand Of 59,549 Well Below The Permitted Maximum Of 125,000.  
 5/11/2017  Cost Estimates    
 7/20/2017  Submittal Received By Department   Total Waste Tires On Hand Is 63,700 Which Is Well Below The Permitted Capacity Of 125,000.  
 7/27/2017  Site Inspection    
 10/25/2017  Submittal Received By Department   Ending Inventory Of 69,007 Is Well Below Permitted Maximum Of 125,000.  
 12/19/2017  Site Inspection   This Investigation Was In Response To A Complaint Alleging “…Dumped Thousands Of Old Tractor And Semi Tires On The Ground Of Their Property…” And The Complaint Further Alleges That The Tires Are Piled To 20’ High And Many Are Very Old And Disintegrat  
 1/23/2018  Technical Review   Tires On Hand Is 88,500, Well Below Authorized Maximum Of 125,000.  
 4/23/2018  Submittal Received By Department   Waste Tires On Hand Is 95,872, Up From 88,495, But Below The Permitted Maximum Of 125,000 Tires.  
 7/11/2018  Site Inspection   This Facility Is A Permitted Waste Tire Processor, With Maximum Capacity Of 125,000 Waste Tires. The Facility’S Business Plan Is To Remove (Cull) Car And Light Truck Tires, With Resale Value, From The Waste Stream For Sale As Used Tires In Retail And  
 8/10/2018  Site Inspection   This Was A Follow-Up Inspection To Document The Status Of Violations And Their Corrective Actions Identified In The July 10, 2018 Inspection Report. Note That While Owner/President, John Bischoff Asserted That There Had Been An Increased Volume Of Tr  
 9/4/2018  Written Compliance Assitance Offer    
 10/24/2018  Submittal Received By Department   In Reviewing Noticed Some Errors In The Q1 Report That Also Impacted The Q2 Report. Email To Facility Requesting Corrected Reports.  
 10/24/2018  Submittal Received By Department   Tire Reduction Of 2447 Tons Or 27.5% Since The Begging Of The Quarter. Lowest On Hand Since Q2/17.  
 10/24/2018  Submittal Received By Department   Corrections Made.  
 2/13/2019  Meeting    
 2/19/2019  Electronic Communication    
 7/23/2019  Site Inspection   With Respect To The Current Storage Of Tires In The Sites Grassy Fields, If Activities Can Not Be Limited To Sorting, Consideration Of Creating A Outdoor Storage Area, With A Semi-Permeable Floor And Surrounding Berm, Where Vegetation Could Be Easily  
 8/8/2019  Electronic Communication    
 8/19/2019  Submittal Received By Department   Waste Tires On Hand Down About 10,000 Tires To A Low Of About 51,000.  
 8/19/2019  Submittal Received By Department   Previous Report Should Have Been Ending Inventory Of 56,934, Rather Than The Less Accurate Of 100 Tires Per Ton Of 50,950. Ending Inventory Of 75,278, Showing A Significant Increase, Yet Well Below The Permitted Maximum Of 125,000.  
 8/19/2019  Submittal Received By Department   Ending Inventory Down About 1600 Tires To 73,682, Well Below Permitted Maximum.  
 8/29/2019  Meeting   All Corrective Actions Complete.  

Violation History

Vio# Area Regulation Opened
By
Date
Determined
Completed ETA Act Act Date Regulation Text Excerpt   (mouse over for more text)
AOC    62-711.400(1)  Durden_B  12/6/2012  10/16/2013    158757 12/6/2012   No person may maintain a waste tire site unless such site is an integral part of a permitted waste tire processing facility, except as provided in Rule 62-711.500, F.A.C. For the purpose of this rule, "an integral part of a waste tire processing faci
   62-711.400(1)  Raulerson_E  8/28/2013  10/16/2013    161588 8/28/2013   No person may maintain a waste tire site unless such site is an integral part of a permitted waste tire processing facility, except as provided in Rule 62-711.500, F.A.C. For the purpose of this rule, "an integral part of a waste tire processing faci
   62-701.300(1)(a)  Raulerson_E  9/4/2013  10/16/2013    161588 9/4/2013   No person shall store, process, or dispose of solid waste except at a permitted solid waste management facility or a facility exempt from permitting under this chapter.
   62-711.500(3), 62-713.600(6)(b), 62-713.600(6)(c), 62-701.630(4), 62-701.730(11)(a), 62-701.710(7)(a), 62-701.710(1)(d)1.  Schroer_J  8/3/2015  9/15/2015    168273 8/3/2015   Owners or operators of waste tire sites shall provide closing cost estimates for the quantity of waste tires on their site or the quantity of waste tires that they are permitted to have on their site, whichever is greater. The cost estimate shall be
   62-711.540(1)(d)  Schroer_J  8/3/2015  9/22/2015    168273 8/3/2015   Fire protection services for the site shall be assured through notification to local fire protection authorities. A fire safety survey shall be conducted at least annually and the survey report shall be made part of the next quarterly report.
   62-711.540(1)(d)  Schroer_J  8/3/2015  9/22/2015    168273 8/3/2015   Fire protection services for the site shall be assured through notification to local fire protection authorities. A fire safety survey shall be conducted at least annually and the survey report shall be made part of the next quarterly report.
   62-711.540(3)(b)  Schroer_J  8/3/2015  9/15/2015    168273 8/3/2015   An outdoor waste tire pile shall have no greater than the following maximum dimensions:
   62-711.540(3)(b)  Schroer_J  8/3/2015  9/15/2015    168273 8/3/2015   An outdoor waste tire pile shall have no greater than the following maximum dimensions:
   62-711.540(3)(c)  Schroer_J  8/3/2015  9/15/2015    168273 8/3/2015   A 50-foot wide fire lane shall be placed around the perimeter of each outdoor waste tire pile. Access to the fire lane for emergency vehicles must be unobstructed at all times.
   62-711.540(3)(f)  Schroer_J  8/3/2015  9/15/2015    168273 8/3/2015   The waste tire site shall be kept free of grass, underbrush, and other potentially flammable vegetation at all times.
   62-701.300(1)(a)  Schroer_J  8/1/2018  2/19/2019    177001 8/1/2018   No person shall store, process, or dispose of solid waste except at a permitted solid waste management facility or a facility exempt from permitting under this chapter.
   62-711.540(3)(b)  Schroer_J  8/21/2018  2/13/2019    177001 8/21/2018   An outdoor waste tire pile shall have no greater than the following maximum dimensions:
   62-711.540(3)(c)  Schroer_J  8/21/2018  2/13/2019    177001 8/21/2018   A 50-foot wide fire lane shall be placed around the perimeter of each outdoor waste tire pile. Access to the fire lane for emergency vehicles must be unobstructed at all times.
   62-711.540(3)(c)  Schroer_J  8/21/2018  2/13/2019    177001 8/21/2018   A 50-foot wide fire lane shall be placed around the perimeter of each outdoor waste tire pile. Access to the fire lane for emergency vehicles must be unobstructed at all times.
   62-711.540(3)(f)  Schroer_J  8/21/2018  2/13/2019    177001 8/21/2018   The waste tire site shall be kept free of grass, underbrush, and other potentially flammable vegetation at all times.
   62-711.540(1)(d)  Schroer_J  7/24/2019  8/8/2019    180072 7/24/2019   Fire protection services for the site shall be assured through notification to local fire protection authorities. A fire safety survey shall be conducted at least annually and the survey report shall be made part of the next quarterly report.
   62-711.540(2)(a)  Schroer_J  7/24/2019  8/29/2019    180072 7/24/2019   Tire piles may not be more than 50 feet in width, except that piles along a wall shall not be more than 25 feet in width.
   62-711.540(2)(a)  Schroer_J  7/24/2019  8/29/2019    180072 7/24/2019   Tire piles may not be more than 50 feet in width, except that piles along a wall shall not be more than 25 feet in width.
   62-711.540(2)(b)  Schroer_J  7/24/2019  8/29/2019    180072 7/24/2019   The width of main aisles between tire piles shall be not less than eight feet.
AOC    62-711.540(2)(c)  Schroer_J  7/24/2019  8/29/2019    180072 7/24/2019   The clearance from the top of storage to sprinkler deflectors or roof structures shall not be less than three feet.
   62-711.540(3)(f)  Schroer_J  7/24/2019  8/29/2019    180072 7/24/2019   The waste tire site shall be kept free of grass, underbrush, and other potentially flammable vegetation at all times.