DTSC Model Shop Pollution Prevention Checklist - California

This California-specific "Dtsc Model Shop Pollution Prevention Checklist" is a document released by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control.

Download the fillable PDF by clicking the link below and use it according to the applicable legal guidelines.

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Facility:
Contact:
Address:
Phone:
EPA I.D. NUMBER:
# Vehicles:
# Techs:
# Service bays:
DTSC Model Shop Pollution Prevention Checklist.
(Note: Point items (*) are mandated as part of model shop certification.)
Circle Numbered Points on Pollution Prevention Alternatives Implemented
10
Conduct a P2 Assesment using the Pollution Prevention Opportunities Assessment Guidelines.
Use of aqueous brake washer or bird bath equipment for brake cleaning.
10*
Use refillable and pressurized spray cans (e.g. brake cleaner, lubricants, engine degreasers)
5
All solvent parts cleaners have been removed and replaced with aqueous based parts cleaning
system that:
• Circulates and filters aqueous solution
15*
• does not contain any volatile organic compounds
• is not contaminated by chlorinated cleaners, and
• spent solution & filters are properly disposed of.
Use an industrial launderer for shop towels (shop rag contract)..
5
Segregate, drain, crush, and recycle used oil filters.
2
Use of a battery exchange service to eliminate use and storage of battery acid and excess batteries.
5
Business Response Plans are submitted and updated annually to local agencies
10*
Use a fully enclosed waste transfer system for waste liquids (oil caddies etc.)
5
Use & maintain drip pans in outside areas to control fluid leakage.
5
Store hazardous materials, wastes and batteries in covered area with secondary containment away
10*
from storm & sanitary sewer drains.
Have emergency spill kits available (e.g. mats, plugs, etc.)
5
Stencil all storm drains "No Dumping ... Flows to waterway"
5
Post warning signs (min. 5"x 8") above sink areas "Do Not Discharge Hazardous Wastes or
5
Chemicals Down Any Work Sink or Drain".
No open drains, or seal existing drains in service areas if to storm drain or dry sump.
10*
Implement Dry-Shop Spill Cleanup Method
*Eliminate routine use of absorbents.
15*
*Use hydrophobic mops for "4 Step cleanup method for hazardous spills.
Seal shop floor with an impermeable coating, such as epoxy.
10
Install closed loop vehicle washing system.
15
Prohibit vehicle washing or send vehicles to commercial washing facility, with a closed loop
10
water recycling system.
Inventory control: Replace hazardous materials with non-hazardous materials.
5
Use reusable oil filters for fleet vehicles.
10
Install by-pass filters and use oil analysis to extend oil change intervals on fleet vehicles.
10
Use re-refined oil.
5
Additional pollution prevention alternatives implemented at facility.
10
Add up Circled Pollution Prevention Points
Signature: ________________________________________ Date: _______________________________
Facility:
Contact:
Address:
Phone:
EPA I.D. NUMBER:
# Vehicles:
# Techs:
# Service bays:
DTSC Model Shop Pollution Prevention Checklist.
(Note: Point items (*) are mandated as part of model shop certification.)
Circle Numbered Points on Pollution Prevention Alternatives Implemented
10
Conduct a P2 Assesment using the Pollution Prevention Opportunities Assessment Guidelines.
Use of aqueous brake washer or bird bath equipment for brake cleaning.
10*
Use refillable and pressurized spray cans (e.g. brake cleaner, lubricants, engine degreasers)
5
All solvent parts cleaners have been removed and replaced with aqueous based parts cleaning
system that:
• Circulates and filters aqueous solution
15*
• does not contain any volatile organic compounds
• is not contaminated by chlorinated cleaners, and
• spent solution & filters are properly disposed of.
Use an industrial launderer for shop towels (shop rag contract)..
5
Segregate, drain, crush, and recycle used oil filters.
2
Use of a battery exchange service to eliminate use and storage of battery acid and excess batteries.
5
Business Response Plans are submitted and updated annually to local agencies
10*
Use a fully enclosed waste transfer system for waste liquids (oil caddies etc.)
5
Use & maintain drip pans in outside areas to control fluid leakage.
5
Store hazardous materials, wastes and batteries in covered area with secondary containment away
10*
from storm & sanitary sewer drains.
Have emergency spill kits available (e.g. mats, plugs, etc.)
5
Stencil all storm drains "No Dumping ... Flows to waterway"
5
Post warning signs (min. 5"x 8") above sink areas "Do Not Discharge Hazardous Wastes or
5
Chemicals Down Any Work Sink or Drain".
No open drains, or seal existing drains in service areas if to storm drain or dry sump.
10*
Implement Dry-Shop Spill Cleanup Method
*Eliminate routine use of absorbents.
15*
*Use hydrophobic mops for "4 Step cleanup method for hazardous spills.
Seal shop floor with an impermeable coating, such as epoxy.
10
Install closed loop vehicle washing system.
15
Prohibit vehicle washing or send vehicles to commercial washing facility, with a closed loop
10
water recycling system.
Inventory control: Replace hazardous materials with non-hazardous materials.
5
Use reusable oil filters for fleet vehicles.
10
Install by-pass filters and use oil analysis to extend oil change intervals on fleet vehicles.
10
Use re-refined oil.
5
Additional pollution prevention alternatives implemented at facility.
10
Add up Circled Pollution Prevention Points
Signature: ________________________________________ Date: _______________________________

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