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Activity and Violation History

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Solid Waste Facility Compliance History



Activity History for:

FACID: 53122, GLOBAL TIRE RECYCLING OF SUMTER COUNTY, INC.

Note: ETA links to Enforcement Tracking Activity

Date Done Activity Type Activity Comments   (mouse over for more text) ETA Link
 7/22/2008  Waste Quantity Report    
 10/8/2008  Site Inspection    
 3/26/2009  Site Inspection   (03-26-09) - During This Inspection, The Amount Of Stored Materials On-Site Was Approaching The Newly Modified Capacity.  
 5/19/2009  Waste Quantity Report    
 5/19/2009  Waste Quantity Report    
 5/19/2009  Waste Quantity Report    
 5/19/2009  Waste Quantity Report    
 7/13/2009  Financial Assurance Documents    
 10/27/2009  Waste Quantity Report    
 10/27/2009  Waste Quantity Report    
 10/28/2009  Site Inspection   Comment 1. The "Waste Processing Facilities (Wpf)" Inspection Checklist Was Included As Part Of This Report, In Addition To The "Waste Tire Facilities" Inspection Checklist. The Wpf Checklist Was Included Since It Describes Activities That Are Simila  
 3/9/2010  Submittal Received By Department    
 3/10/2010  Waste Quantity Report    
 3/11/2010  Site Inspection    
 4/20/2010  Submittal Received By Department    
 11/23/2010  Site Inspection   Item 1.9 And 1.10 Marked "Unknown" And "O.K.", Respectively. The Department Received The 2011 Inflation-Adjusted Cost Estimates (Dated February 11, 2011) On February 14, 2011. The Department Approved The Estimates On March 17, 2011. Item 4.23  
 3/18/2011  Financial Assurance Documents    
 3/28/2011  Site Inspection   Item 1.9 Marked "Unknown". Financial Assurance Is Determined By The Financial Coordinator In Tallahassee. Item 9.10 And 9.11 Marked "O.K." Specific Condition 9.B. States, "In The Event That Deficiencies Are Noted In The Annual Fire Safety  
 10/20/2011  Site Inspection   Comment 1. Specific Condition B. On July 25, 2011, The Department Received The Annual Fire Inspection Report (July 13, 2011)From Sumter County. Upgrades To The Building'S Fire System Were Completed To Meet The Requirements Of The Sumter County Fire  
 2/24/2012  Site Inspection    
 3/26/2012  Cost Estimates    
 1/24/2013  Waste Quantity Report    
 3/20/2013  Site Inspection   As Of January 1, 2013, The Facility Is Now Inspected By Fdep, Central District. Global Tire Recycling Processes Whole Waste Tires To Produce Crumb Rubber For Asphalt Production, Tire Mulch, And Other Applications. Permit No. 136808-005-Wt/02 Ex  
 4/26/2013  Waste Quantity Report    
 7/23/2013  Waste Quantity Report    
 1/16/2014  Waste Quantity Report    
 3/24/2014  Site Inspection   Permit Number 0136808-006-Wt-02 Was Issued On August 13, 2013. The Permit Expires July 2, 2018. Tire Shreds Greater Than 2" Are Now Stored Inside. This Material Comes From Floor Sweepings And From The Hopper Before Going To The Granulators. The Faci  
 4/11/2014  Waste Quantity Report    
 7/21/2014  Waste Quantity Report    
 1/15/2015  Waste Quantity Report    
 2/3/2015  Cost Estimates    
 4/16/2015  Waste Quantity Report    
 4/16/2015  Waste Quantity Report    
 4/27/2015  Site Inspection   During The Inspection Waste Tires And Tire Chips Of Various Sizes Were Stored Outside In Designated Areas. The Facility Appeared To Be Operating Within Permitted Capacity, However Internal Fire Lanes Were Deemed To Be Inadequate In One Large Pile Of  
 5/5/2015  Written Compliance Assitance Offer    
 10/22/2015  Waste Quantity Report    
 1/19/2016  Waste Quantity Report    
 1/25/2016  Cost Estimates    
 6/28/2016  Site Inspection   Current Permit Issued 8/13/21014 Due To Expire 7/02/2018. The Facility Is Permitted To Operate As A Waste Tire Processing Facility. Storage Of The Whole Waste Are Conducted Outdoors. Most Of The Processing And Manufacturing Operations Are Conducte  
 7/18/2016  Waste Quantity Report    
 10/14/2016  Waste Quantity Report    
 1/11/2017  Waste Quantity Report    
 2/21/2017  Cost Estimates    
 4/10/2017  Waste Quantity Report    
 9/19/2017  Site Inspection   Permit # 0136808-006-Wt-02 Was Issued On August 13, 2013. Permit Expiration Date Is July 2, 2018. Last Fire Survey Conducted At The Facility On 12/21/16. Financial Assurance Approved As Of June 12, 2017. Whole Waste Tires Are Stored Outdoors, Adjac  
 10/19/2017  Waste Quantity Report    
 2/15/2018  Waste Quantity Report    
 4/17/2018  Waste Quantity Report    
 8/9/2018  Site Inspection   Waste Tire Processing Facility Permit # 0136808-007-Wt Was Issued 5/31/2018 And Expires 5/31/2023. Item 1.8 - In An Email Dated 8/2/2018 From The Department'S Financial Coordinator, Financials Were Determined To Be Adequate. Item 1.9 - Current Cost  
 10/17/2018  Waste Quantity Report    
 9/9/2019  Site Inspection    
 9/9/2019  Site Inspection    

Violation History

Vio# Area Regulation Opened
By
Date
Determined
Completed ETA Act Act Date Regulation Text Excerpt   (mouse over for more text)
AOC    62-711.540(5)  Madden_M  10/10/2008  5/18/2009    2345 10/10/2008   Any residuals from waste tire processing must be managed so as to be contained on-site, and must be controlled and disposed of in a permitted solid waste management facility or properly recycled.
AOC    62-711.540(5)  Frazier_D  11/17/2009  4/7/2010    6764 11/17/2009   Any residuals from waste tire processing must be managed so as to be contained on-site, and must be controlled and disposed of in a permitted solid waste management facility or properly recycled.
AOC    62-711.540(5)  Frazier_D  11/17/2009  5/10/2011    6764 11/17/2009   Any residuals from waste tire processing must be managed so as to be contained on-site, and must be controlled and disposed of in a permitted solid waste management facility or properly recycled.
AOC    62-711.540(2)(a)  Holtgard_E  3/12/2010  12/2/2010    8045 3/12/2010   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.
AOC    62-711.540(5)  Holtgard_E  3/12/2010  12/2/2010    8045 3/12/2010   Any residuals from waste tire processing must be managed so as to be contained on-site, and must be controlled and disposed of in a permitted solid waste management facility or properly recycled.
AOC    62-701.320(1), 403.161  Frazier_D  3/17/2011  5/10/2011    11410 3/17/2011   Permit requirements. Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, no solid waste management facility shall be constructed, operated, maintained, modified, or closed without a permit issued by the Department, or by an approved local program acting un
AOC    62-701.710(3)(a)  Frazier_D  3/17/2011  5/10/2011    11410 3/17/2011   Tipping, processing, sorting, storage and compaction areas that are in an enclosed building or covered area shall have ventilation systems. The areas that are not enclosed shall be equipped with litter control devices.
AOC    62-701.710(8)  Frazier_D  3/17/2011  10/21/2011    11410 3/17/2011   Stormwater. Stormwater shall be controlled in accordance with Part IV of Chapter 373, F.S., and the rules promulgated thereunder. A copy of any permit for stormwater control issued by the Department, or documentation that no such permit is required,
AOC    62-711.540(1)(d)  Frazier_D  3/17/2011  5/10/2011    11410 3/17/2011   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.
AOC    62-701.710(8)  Frazier_D  5/10/2011  10/21/2011    150509 5/10/2011   Stormwater. Stormwater shall be controlled in accordance with Part IV of Chapter 373, F.S., and the rules promulgated thereunder. A copy of any permit for stormwater control issued by the Department, or documentation that no such permit is required,
AOC    62-701.300(1)(a)  Gaskin_N  4/4/2012  3/26/2013    155888 4/4/2012   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.
AOC    62-701.710(8)  Gaskin_N  4/11/2012  3/26/2013    155888 4/11/2012   Stormwater. Stormwater shall be controlled in accordance with Part IV of Chapter 373, F.S., and the rules promulgated thereunder. A copy of any permit for stormwater control issued by the Department, or documentation that no such permit is required,
AOC    62-711.540(3)(c)  Wright_Kj  4/28/2015  5/5/2015    167292 4/28/2015   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.