2018 Perchloroethyle Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar - Florida

This Florida-specific "Perchloroethyle Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar" is a document released by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
PERCHLOROETHYLENE
DRY CLEANER
COMPLIANCE CALENDAR
2013
2017
Department of Environmental Protection
Perchloroethylene
Dry Cleaner
Compliance Calendar
2018
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
PERCHLOROETHYLENE
DRY CLEANER
COMPLIANCE CALENDAR
2013
2017
Department of Environmental Protection
Perchloroethylene
Dry Cleaner
Compliance Calendar
2018
Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP)
Division Contacts for
Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaners
Division of Air Resource Management
For Dry Cleaner Calendar information, please contact Jessica Dalton at 850-717-9106 or by email:
Jessica.Dalton@dep.state.fl.us
For Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaner Air General Permit Registration questions, please contact the Small Business Environmental Assistance
Program at 1-800-722-7457 or by email:
Small.Business@dep.state.fl.us
Division of Waste Management
Federal E. P.A. I. D. #: Tiffaney Noland Hazardous Waste Section at 850-245-8727
As a dry cleaner, it is likely that you are a small quantity generator of hazardous waste. Call to obtain your required federal I.D. number.
Dry Cleaning Facility Registration: Andrea McGill at 850-245-8840
Dry cleaning facilities and wholesale supply facilities that use dry cleaning solvents are required to be registered with the Division of Waste Man-
agement. Regulated solvents include: perchloroethylene (“perc”), tetrachloroethylene, valcene, carbon tetrachloride, and other petroleum-based
solvents. The Waste Division issues invoices each November for an $100 annual registration fee due from every facility that operated in the cal-
endar year. You must be registered in order to purchase perc from your supplier. If you are a Florida dry cleaner that uses perc, you need to
be permitted with the Division of Air Resources Management AND you need to be registered with the Division of Waste.
Dry Cleaning Solvent Cleanup Program: Aaron Cohen at 850-245-8974
Dry cleaning facilities and wholesale supply facilities that reported dry cleaning solvent contamination to FDEP no later than December 31, 1998,
may be eligible for site rehabilitation assistance. Call for more information on this program and to see if your facility is eligible.
FDEP Division of Water Resource Management—Wastewater Program:
Use an approved waste water treatment device.
Septic tank recommendations: Check with your Local County Heath Department
Sewer recommendations: Check with your Local public/private utility
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
You may use this calendar to keep records for air program compli-
(e.g.) JULY 2018
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ance. Keep these records at your facility for 5 years.
Enter running total from last month.
PERC PURCHASES RUNNING TOTAL
DISCLAIMER:
This calen-
dar is for compliance assistance
Total from last month
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purposes only. It is not official
JUNE 2018
Enter the amount of PERC you bought during this same
rule language. Please refer to
(12 Month Running Total)
month last year, from last year’s records or calendar.
Chapter 62-210, of the Florida
Subtract PERC purchased during
10
Subtract that amount.
Administrative Code for complete
July of last year
(JULY 2017)
-
and up-to-date rule language.
SUBTOTAL
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This is your 12 month running total if you do not
buy PERC this month.
Purchase Date of
Purchase
12 Month
REMEMBER:
Rule for perc
Perc
Amount in gal.
Running
dry cleaners requiring the use of a
Total
leak detector. For more infor-
This is your 12 month running total if you bought PERC
7/11/2018
+
15
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mation please refer to the Code of
this month. Record the bottom number in this column on
Federal Regulations 40 CFR Part
next month’s form in line TOTAL
FROM LAST
+
MONTH.
63 Air Emissions Standards for
Dry Cleaning Facilities.
Record the date you
If you bought PERC this month, record the amount and add it to the subtotal. This
bought PERC this month, if
amount will also go on next year’s calendar for this same month under
SUBTRACT
any.
PERC PURCHASED.
CONDENSER TEMP. LOG :
Check the outlet temperature of the refrigerated condenser every week. Record the temperature and date in the space provided. In the block
marked “Is temp less than or equal to 45º F (7.2º C)?” Check “ Y” or “N” for “yes” or “no”. If you checked “N”, the machine must be re-
paired.
INSPECTIONS :
If you buy 140 gallons or more of PERC per year, you must check your machine weekly for leaks and record the results.
If you buy less than 140 gallons of PERC per year, you must conduct and record leak inspections at least every other week.
Record the results of the inspections on the calendar. If leaks are found, they must be repaired within 24 hours. Indicate in the “DATE RE-
PAIRED” block when repairs are completed. If parts must be purchased, indicate the dates they are ordered and the date installed. Parts must
be ordered within 2 working days of leak detection and installed within 5 working days of receipt.
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JANUARY 2018
CONDENSER TEMPERATURE LOG
PERC PURCHASES RUNNING TOTAL
Total from last month
REMINDER:
Date
Temperature
Is Temp less than
DECEMBER 2017
or equal to 45˚F
IF YOUR 12-MONTH RUNNING TOTAL IS
(12 Month Running Total)
(7.2˚C) ?
140 GALLONS OR MORE OF PERC, YOU
Subtract PERC purchased during
-
MUST CONDUCT AND RECORD LEAK
Y/N
JANUARY 2017
INSPECTIONS WEEKLY.
SUBTOTAL
Y/N
Purchase Date of
Purchase Amount
12 Month
Y/N
Perc.
in gal.
Running
Total
Y/N
+
Y/N
+
LEAKING?
INSPECTED
DATE
DATE PARTS
DATE PARTS
DATE
ORDERED
RECEIVED
REPAIRED
HOSES
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
DOORS
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
PUMP
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
SOLVENT TANKS
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
WATER SEPARATOR
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
STILL/MUCK COOKER
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
N Y
HALOGEN LEAK DETEC-
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
TOR
DIVERTER
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
VALVE/EXHAUST DAMP
GASKET/DOOR
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
LINT/BUTTON TRAP
CARTRIDGE FILTER/SPIN
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
DISC
WASTE CONTAINERS
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
LABELED Y
N
DATED Y
N
COVERED Y N
J A N U A R Y 2 0 1 8
Use your halogen leak detector weekly to detect Perchloroethylene (PERC) leaks and maintain records.
The Halogen hydrocarbon detector is a portable device that must be capable of detecting PERC vapor concentrations of 25 ppm by volume.
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Tip of the Month:
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Temp Logged 
To reduce solid
Inspect Logged 
waste, consider
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providing hanger
caddies for
collection, return
Temp Logged 
and reuse.
Inspect Logged 
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Temp Logged 
Inspect Logged 
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Temp Logged 
Inspect Logged 
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Have you changed your waste water treatment filter according to the manufacturer’s specifications?

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