Instructions for DEP Form 62-710.901(6) "Used Oil Processing Facility Permit Application" - Florida

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Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
Used Oil Processing Facility Permit
Application Instructions
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Page
General Instructions .............................................................................. 1
Who Must File Where to File
Renewals Completion of the
Application
Specific Instructions ............................................................................... 2
Application Fee Part I -
Application Part II -
Certification
Confidential Information
Line-By-Line Instructions for Completing Part I ................................. 3
A. General Information .............................................................................. 3
B. Site Information ...................................................................................... 3-4
C. Operating Information ...............
.............................................................. 4
Process Descriptions ..................................................................... 4
Operational Plan .............................................................................. 4-5
Preparedness and Prevention Plan .................................................. 5
Contingency Plan and Emergency Procedures ............................... 5-6
Unit Management ........................................................................... 6
Closure Plan .................................................................................... 6
Employee Training ......................................................................... 6-7
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
Used Oil Processing Facility Permit
Application Instructions
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Page
General Instructions .............................................................................. 1
Who Must File Where to File
Renewals Completion of the
Application
Specific Instructions ............................................................................... 2
Application Fee Part I -
Application Part II -
Certification
Confidential Information
Line-By-Line Instructions for Completing Part I ................................. 3
A. General Information .............................................................................. 3
B. Site Information ...................................................................................... 3-4
C. Operating Information ...............
.............................................................. 4
Process Descriptions ..................................................................... 4
Operational Plan .............................................................................. 4-5
Preparedness and Prevention Plan .................................................. 5
Contingency Plan and Emergency Procedures ............................... 5-6
Unit Management ........................................................................... 6
Closure Plan .................................................................................... 6
Employee Training ......................................................................... 6-7
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR A USED OIL PROCESSING
FACILITY PERMIT
APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ARRANGE FOR A PRE-APPLICATION MEETING
WHO MUST FILE (40 CFR, Part 279.50) All persons involved in the processing of used oil as defined in
Chapter 40, Part 279 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and Rule Chapter 62-710 of the Florida
Administrative Code (F.A.C.).
WHERE TO FILE
Send the original permit application package with all attachments, along with one copy of the application
package and amendments to:
Used Oil Permit Coordinator
MS4560 FDEP 2600 Blair
Stone Road Tallahassee, FL
32399-2400
Include a Certification (DEP Form 62-710.901(6), F.A.C.) with the original signature.
The Department will review and comment on the completeness of the application within 30 days of receipt
of the application. If it is not complete, the Department will send the applicant a Notice of Deficiency
(NOD) within the prescribed time and will ask the applicant to send additional information or correct
apparent errors or omissions. The applicant must send the original plus one copy with the additional
information within the time specified in the NOD. Again, include a Certification (DEP Form 62-
710.901(6), F.A.C.) with each copy. Provide a header with the revision number, page number and date on
each page of the additional information so that it can be inserted into the application at its proper place.
RENEWALS
The fee for a permit renewal is $2,000. The owner or operator must apply for a renewal of the permit prior
to 60 days before the expiration of a facility operating permit. If a facility has operated under the existing
permit without any facility or regulatory changes, then the owner or operator must submit (1) a letter
demonstrating how the facility will comply with any applicable new or revised laws and rules relating to its
operation (NOTE: information submitted to the Department in support of the expiring permit, and which is
still valid, does not need to be re-submitted but must be accurately referenced to the effective dates of the
existing documents); (2) the Certification (DEP Form 62-710.901(6), F.A.C.); and (3) the permit renewal
fee, payable to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
However, if there are any major modifications to the facility plan, its operation, or regulatory changes that
substantially affect its operation, then the owner or operator must submit a new application for a permit.
COMPLETION OF THE APPLICATION
Type or print (in ink) the application. Answer all questions in all parts of the application which apply to the
facility. Provide a header with revision number, date, and page number on each page of the application.
Mark any questions that are not applicable “N/A.” Type, print or sketch (in ink) all necessary attachments
on 81/2” x 11” paper (except for any required maps or scale drawings). The application must be bound and
clearly presented with correlated attachments in the exact format described in these instructions.
Incomplete applications will delay the permit process and could affect the continued operation of existing
facilities.
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SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR A USED OIL PROCESSING
FACILITY PERMIT
The fee for a Used Oil Processing Facility Permit is $2,000. A check for this amount, payable to the
Florida Department of Environmental Protection, should be included with this application.
The Used Oil Processor Permit Application consists of two parts:
PART I - Application
This part includes items regarding general information about the siting and ownership of the facility, and
operating information (including process descriptions, operating plans, preparedness and prevention,
contingency plans, unit management, closure and training). The standards applicable to this information
are found in Chapter 40, Part 279 Subpart F of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and in Rule 62 -
710.800, F.A.C.
PART II - Certification
This part contains the facility operator’s, facility owner’s, land owner’s and professional engineer’s
certification of the application and all attachments as required in Rule 62-710.800, F.A.C. Include a new
certification with original signatures plus one copy with each new submittal.
Confidential Information
Information submitted to the Department relating to proprietary information or processes, methods of
manufacture or production, or confidential records may be claimed by the applicant to be of a confidential
nature. Claims of confidentiality must be submitted as described in 403.11 and 403.73, Florida Statutes.
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LINE BY LINE INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING PART I OF THE
APPLICATION FOR A USED OIL PROCESSING FACILITY PERMIT
PART I - Application and Used Oil Processing Facility Requirements
A. General Information
1.
Place an “X” in the appropriate box for the type of permit application.
2.
Enter the revision number (the initial application revision number is 0).
3.
Processors involved in other regulated activities must comply with applicable subparts of 40 CFR,
Part 279. Mark an “X” in the boxes applicable to the facility’s operation. (40 CFR, Part 279.50(b))
4.
Enter the date operation began, or the proposed date of the start of an operation.
5.
Enter the full legal name of the company. (40 CFR, Part 279.50(b)(2)(i))
6.
Enter the facility’s EPA identification number. If you do not have an identification number, attach a
completed EPA Form 8700-12 “Notification of Regulated Waste Activity” to this application. (40
CFR, Part 279.51(a))
7.
Enter the location or street address of the facility. If the facility lacks a street name or route number,
give the most accurate alternative geographic information. (40 CFR, Part 279.51(b)(2)(vi))
8.
Enter the complete mailing address of the facility. (40 CFR, Part 279.51(b)(2)(iii))
9.
Enter the name, title, mailing address and telephone number of a contact person (an employee who is
thoroughly familiar with the operation of the facility and whom the Department can contact regarding
this application). (40 CFR, Part 279.51(b)(2)(iv))
10.
Enter the full legal name, address and telephone of the operator if different from number 9.
11.
If the facility owner and operator are not the same person, enter the name, address and telephone
number of the owner. (40 CFR, Part 279.51(b)(2)(ii))
12.
Enter an “X” in the appropriate block to indicate the facility’s legal structure and provide other
appropriate information relating to the legal structure of the facility.
13.
Enter an “X” into the appropriate block and provide other appropriate information relating to facility
ownership. (40 CFR, Part 279.51(b)(2)(ii))
14.
Provide the name, registration number, and address of the professional engineer who will certify the
appropriate parts of the application. (Rule 62-710.800(3), F.A.C.) If the engineer is associated with a
firm, provide the name of the firm.
These parts include:
a) Certification of secondary containment
adequacy (capacity), structural integrity (structural
strength), and underground process piping for storage tanks, process tanks, and container storage
b) Certification of leak detection
c) Certification of any substantial construction modifications
d) Certification of the closure plan
e) Certification of tank design for new or additional tanks
f) Recertification of any of the above items
Note: When completing this application, the applicant should be aware of any other federal, state and local
permit requirements applicable to the facility. Some requirements of this application may be satisfied
using other permit requirements as background or baseline information (e.g. stormawater management,
contingency plans, employee safety and training).
B. Site Information
1.
Enter the county and name of the community nearest to the facility. Provide the latitude, longitude,
section, township and range to approximate geographic center of the facility. Take this information
from the most recent USGS topographic map available. Also provide the Universal Transverse
Mercator Grid number (UTM #). This is a 15 digit number in the following format:
00/000000/0000000. The first 2 digits are the zone number, the middle 6 digits are the easting and
final 7 digits are the northing.
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2.
Enter the area (in acres) of the facility site. A facility site includes all contiguous land and structures,
other appurtenances, and improvements on the land used for used oil processing operations.
3.
Attach a standard USGS contour map extending 2,000 feet beyond the property boundaries of the
facility site. The map should indicate:
a) The map scale and date
b) Any 100-year flood plain area (include a copy of the FIA or FEMA map)
c) The orientation of the map
C.
Operating Information
Note: Applicants are strongly encouraged to arrange a pre-application meeting with their local
district office to address sensitive information and description details prior to preparing the permit
application.
1.
Indicate the facility’s hazardous waste generator status.
2.
List the applicable EPA hazardous waste codes as identified in 40 CFR, Part 261.
3.
Attach a brief narrative overview of the entire facility operation including a general description of
the facility, the nature of the business, and the activities that it intends to conduct, and the anticipated
number and types of employees. No proprietary information need be included.
4.
A detailed description of the used oil process flow should be included. This description should
discuss the overall scope of the operation including analysis, treatment, storage and other processing,
beginning with the arrival of an incoming shipment to the departure of an outgoing shipment. Include
items such as size and location of tanks, containers, etc. A detailed site map, drawn to scale, should
be attached to this description. The map should indicate the legal boundaries of the facility showing:
a) Access control (fences and gates)
b) Buildings and other structures (equipment, recreational areas; access and internal roads; storm,
sanitary and process sewerage systems; fire control facilities; etc.)
c) Tanks and containers
d) Loading and unloading areas
e) Drainage or flood control barriers
g) Runoff control system (or refer to the facility’s stormwater permit)
5.
Attach copies of the operating plan which must include the following information:
a) An analysis plan which must include at a minimum (40 CFR, Parts 279.53 and 279.55):
(i) Sampling plan, including methods and frequency of sampling and analyses;
(ii) Fingerprint analysis on incoming shipments, as appropriate; and
(iii) Representative analyses on outgoing shipments (one batch/lot can equal a shipment,
provided the lots are discreet units), to include: metals and halogen content.
b) A description of the management of sludges, residues and byproducts. This should include the
characterization analysis as well as the frequency of the removal of the sludge. (40 CFR, Parts
279.10(e) and 279.59)
c) An explanation or copies of the forms used for the purposes of tracking and recording shipments
of used oil into and out of the facility. Note: These records must be retained for at least three
years and must include (40 CFR, Part 279.56):
(i) For incoming shipments: t he name, address and EPA ID number of the delivering
transporter, the name, address and EPA ID number (if applicable) of the origin of the
used oil, the quantity of used oil accepted, and the date of acceptance; and
(ii) For outgoing shipments: T he name, address and EPA ID number of the transporter and
end user of the outgoing shipment, the quantity of used oil shipped, and the date of shipment.
6.
Attach a copy of the facility’s preparedness and prevention plan. This requirement may be satisfied by
modifying or expounding upon an existing SPCC plan. Describe how the facility is maintained
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