Form DTSC1313 "Hazardous Waste Storage Extension Application" - California

What Is Form DTSC1313?

This is a legal form that was released by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control - a government authority operating within California. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on May 1, 2003;
  • The latest edition provided by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control;
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Download Form DTSC1313 "Hazardous Waste Storage Extension Application" - California

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D
Departme
ent of To
xic Subs
stances C
Control
Deborah O
O. Raphael, D
Director
M
Matthew Rodriq
quez
Edmund G
G. Brown Jr.
100
01 “I” Street
Secretary for
r
Gov
vernor
P.
O. Box 806
En
nvironmental Pro
tection
S
Sacramento,
California 958
812-0806
TO:
Applic
cants Requ
uesting Stor
rage Extens
sion
FROM:
Depa
artment of T
Toxic Subst
ances Con
trol
Enfor
rcement an
d Emergen
ncy Respon
nse Program
m
State
Oversight
and Enforc
cement Bra
nch
DATE:
Dece
mber 2012
SUBJEC
CT:
STOR
RAGE EXT
TENSION A
APPLICATIO
ON TO THE
E 90 DAY H
HAZARDOU
US
WAS
TE STORA
AGE LIMIT
FOR GENE
ERATORS
The Dep
partment of
f Toxic Sub
stances Co
ontrol (DTS
C) may gra
ant an exten
nsion, of up
p to
30 days
, to a gener
rator who c
cannot mee
et the 90-da
ay on site ha
azardous w
waste storag
ge
limit req
uirement.
Pursuant to
o California
Code of R
Regulations,
, title 22, se
ection
66262.3
34(c), “An ex
xtension m
ay be gran
ted by the D
Departmen
nt if hazardo
ous waste m
must
remain o
on-site for l
onger than
90 days du
ue to unfore
eseen, tem
mporary, and
d uncontrol
lable
circumst
tances. An
n extension
of up to 30
0 days may
be granted
d at the disc
cretion of th
he
Departm
ment on a ca
ase-by-cas
se basis”.
DTSC g
rants exten
nsion for Re
esource Co
onservation
Recovery A
Act (RCRA
A) waste on
ly.
Please c
contact the
Certified U
Unified Prog
gram Agenc
cy (CUPA)
in your juris
sdiction for
non-RC
RA waste.
For non-R
CRA and R
RCRA exem
mpt wastes,
, one-90-da
ay extensio
on is
automat
tically grant
ted if all of t
the conditio
ons in title 2
22, Californ
nia Code of
Regulation
ns,
section 6
66232.35 (a
a)(1) are m
met.
The proc
cedure ado
opted by DT
TSC in gran
nting such e
extension i
s as follow
s:
A. T
The generat
tor who can
nnot meet th
he 90-day o
on-site haz
zardous was
ste storage
e limit
re
equirement
t must subm
mit a Storag
ge Extensio
on Applicati
on to DTSC
C.
1. The a
application
must includ
de an origin
nal signatur
re.
(Faxe
ed copies a
re not suffic
cient)
2. The a
application
must includ
de informat
ion with the
e appropria
te level of
detail
l.
Printed
d on Recycled P
aper
D
Departme
ent of To
xic Subs
stances C
Control
Deborah O
O. Raphael, D
Director
M
Matthew Rodriq
quez
Edmund G
G. Brown Jr.
100
01 “I” Street
Secretary for
r
Gov
vernor
P.
O. Box 806
En
nvironmental Pro
tection
S
Sacramento,
California 958
812-0806
TO:
Applic
cants Requ
uesting Stor
rage Extens
sion
FROM:
Depa
artment of T
Toxic Subst
ances Con
trol
Enfor
rcement an
d Emergen
ncy Respon
nse Program
m
State
Oversight
and Enforc
cement Bra
nch
DATE:
Dece
mber 2012
SUBJEC
CT:
STOR
RAGE EXT
TENSION A
APPLICATIO
ON TO THE
E 90 DAY H
HAZARDOU
US
WAS
TE STORA
AGE LIMIT
FOR GENE
ERATORS
The Dep
partment of
f Toxic Sub
stances Co
ontrol (DTS
C) may gra
ant an exten
nsion, of up
p to
30 days
, to a gener
rator who c
cannot mee
et the 90-da
ay on site ha
azardous w
waste storag
ge
limit req
uirement.
Pursuant to
o California
Code of R
Regulations,
, title 22, se
ection
66262.3
34(c), “An ex
xtension m
ay be gran
ted by the D
Departmen
nt if hazardo
ous waste m
must
remain o
on-site for l
onger than
90 days du
ue to unfore
eseen, tem
mporary, and
d uncontrol
lable
circumst
tances. An
n extension
of up to 30
0 days may
be granted
d at the disc
cretion of th
he
Departm
ment on a ca
ase-by-cas
se basis”.
DTSC g
rants exten
nsion for Re
esource Co
onservation
Recovery A
Act (RCRA
A) waste on
ly.
Please c
contact the
Certified U
Unified Prog
gram Agenc
cy (CUPA)
in your juris
sdiction for
non-RC
RA waste.
For non-R
CRA and R
RCRA exem
mpt wastes,
, one-90-da
ay extensio
on is
automat
tically grant
ted if all of t
the conditio
ons in title 2
22, Californ
nia Code of
Regulation
ns,
section 6
66232.35 (a
a)(1) are m
met.
The proc
cedure ado
opted by DT
TSC in gran
nting such e
extension i
s as follow
s:
A. T
The generat
tor who can
nnot meet th
he 90-day o
on-site haz
zardous was
ste storage
e limit
re
equirement
t must subm
mit a Storag
ge Extensio
on Applicati
on to DTSC
C.
1. The a
application
must includ
de an origin
nal signatur
re.
(Faxe
ed copies a
re not suffic
cient)
2. The a
application
must includ
de informat
ion with the
e appropria
te level of
detail
l.
Printed
d on Recycled P
aper
STORAGE EXTENSION APPLICATION TO THE 90 DAY HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE LIMIT FOR GENERATORS
December 2012
Page 2
3. The application must be received by DTSC prior to the 90-day
accumulation time limit expiring.
B. DTSC reviews the request based on the information in the application. Based on
this information, the request may be approved or denied.
1. If the request is approved, an appropriate expiration date will be given.
The hazardous wastes must be removed from the facility within the
extension time limit given.
2. If the request is denied, DTSC will explain the reason for the denial. In
most cases, denials are automatically given to applications submitted after
the 90-day storage limit has expired or for incomplete applications. In the
event of a denial, the hazardous wastes must still be removed, using
appropriate means, from the facility within 90 days.
C. The processing time for this request is approximately 10 days. The processed
application, with DTSC’s determination, will be returned to the generator.
D. An extension of up to 30 days will be granted for a given hazardous waste, by
DTSC.
E. An extension does not waive any other provision, law or regulation. All
requirements for hazardous waste generators still apply.
F. A legible photocopy of the manifest showing that the waste was removed within
the allotted time must be submitted to DTSC at the address listed below within 10
days after the expiration of the storage extension. Failure to submit copies of the
manifest within the specified period will result in denial of any further storage
extensions for the generator. The application number, found on the first page of
the processed and returned application in the box marked “FOR OFFICE USE
ONLY”, must be printed on the top center of the copy of the manifest.
G. Applications must be filled out accurately and completely and mailed to the
address below. Inaccurate applications may be subject to enforcement action if
the information is misrepresented.
If you have any question, please contact Ms. Asha Arora at (510) 540-3874 or by email
at asha.arora@dtsc.ca.gov.
Department of Toxic Substances Control
Enforcement and Emergency Response Program
State Oversight and Enforcement Branch
700 Heinz Avenue, Suite 210
Berkeley, California 94710-2721
Attn: Ms. Asha Arora
CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL
HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE EXTENSION APPLICATION
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
APPLICATION #:
APPROVED
EXP. DATE
DENIED (COMMENTS ON FOLLOWING PAGE)
PREPARED BY
DATE:
Please type the following information
Generator Name
EPA ID #
Site Address
City
State
Zip Code
Mailing Address
City
State
Zip Code
Name of Applicant
Title
Telephone Number
(
)
Signature of Applicant
Date
A.
DESCRIPTION OF WASTE:
(Note: A separate application must be used for wastes with different accumulation start dates)
(Gal/Drum
Waste Component (s)
Waste Code
Concentration
)
1.
2.
3.
4.
B.
DESCRIPTION OF STORAGE:
Drums
Type:
Tank
Type:
Bins
Type:
Others
Type:
(specify)
DTSC 1313 (5/03)
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CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL
HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE EXTENSION APPLICATION
C.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF STORAGE AREA:
(i.e., containment system, berms, warning signs, etc.):
D.
ACCUMULATION START DATE:________________________________________________
E.
DATE OF 90-DAY STORAGE LIMIT:____________________________________________
F.
NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL DAYS REQUESTED:__________________________________
(30-DAY MAXIMUM)
G.
REASON FOR STORAGE EXTENSION:
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE EXTENSION APPLICATION
contact Ms. Asha Arora at (510) 540-3874. The signed APPLICATION should be sent to the following address:
Department of Toxic Substances Control
Enforcement and Emergency Response Program
State Oversight and Enforcement Branch
700 Heinz Avenue, Suite 210
Berkeley, California 94710 – 2721
Attention: Ms. Asha Arora
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
Reason for Denial:
Does not meet California Code of Regulations, title 22, section 66262.34 (c)
Other (Specify)
DTSC 1313 (5/03)
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