Form 47-21-1 "Solid Waste Management Facility Inspection Report Recyclables Handling and Recovery Facility" - New York

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  • Released on June 1, 2007;
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47-21-1 (1/98)
(Automated 6/07)
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
6NYCRR PART 360-12 INSPECTION REPORT
RECYCLABLES HANDLING AND RECOVERY FACILITY
FACILITY NAME
FACILITY NO.
DATE
TIME
REGULATORY STATUS
PERMITTED
REGISTERED
Facility Location
REGION
WEATHER CONDITIONS
UNDER ORDER
EXEMPT
1
Violations of Part 360 are subject to applicable civil, administrative and criminal sanctions as set forth in ECL Article 71.
Items marked NI indicate no inspection and do not mean no violation has occurred
C NI V
C NI V
FACILITY MANAGEMENT
WASTE HANDLING
12. Less than two tons or 15 percent of the facilities
1. Facility is Authorized and solid waste management
average intake per day (whichever is greater) of
occurs within approved area. 360-1.7(a),
residue is generated 360-12.1 (d) (1)
360-1.8(h)(1), (5), 360-12.1(d)
13. Paper and other recyclables who’s marketability may
2. Facility accepts only those solid waste materials
be adversely affected by exposure to the sun or
authorized for management at the facility.
weather conditions are stored indoors, in covered
360-1.14(e)(r), 360-12.2(a)(1)
containers or in another acceptable protected manner.
3. Operational records are available where required.
360-12.2 (a) (2)
360-1.14(c), 360-1.8(h)(8), 360-1.14(e)(2), (i),
14. Solid waste that is separated for recycling s stored
360-12.2 (d)
separately and maintained in a safe, sanitary, and
orderly manner to insure its marketability is not
OPERATION CONTROL
4. Solid waste is sufficiently confined or controlled.
adversely affected 360-12.2(a) (2)
360-1.14(j),
15. Solid waste which the facility does not intend to
5. Dust is effectively controlled. 360-1.14(k)
recover and which does not contain putrescible
material is not stored for a period exceeding two
6. Vectors and vector breeding areas are effectively
weeks unless authorized. 360-12.2 (a) (2)
prevented/controlled. 360-1.14(l)
16. Solid waste or recyclables stored at the facility are
7. Odors are effectively controlled. 360-1.14(m)
stored in a manner so that they are not a nuisance or a
sanitary or environmental problem 360-12.2(a) (2)
8. Noise levels are controlled to prevent transmission of
17. Incidental putrescibles or putrescible residues are not
sound levels above the allowable levels off site.
stored for a period exceeding one week 360-2.12 (a)(7)
360-1.14(p)
18. Non-putrescible recyclables are not stored for a period
WATER
9. Solid waste is prevented from entering surface waters
exceeding 60 days 360-12.2 (b)
and/or ground waters 360-1.14(b)(1)
19. Materials containing refrigerants have had the
10. Leachate is minimized and discharge to waters is
refrigerant properly removed and managed prior to
crushing or shredding of the material 360-12.2 (a) (6)
prevented/controlled 360-1.14(b)(2)
OTHER
20. Telephone numbers to emergency response agencies
ACCESS
11. Access to the facility is adequately controlled
are conspicuously posted in all areas of the facility where
telephones are available 360-1.14(s)
360-1.14(d) 360-112.2 (c)
21. All storage, handling and tipping areas include
Continuation Sheets Attached?
Yes
No
appropriate functioning fire detection and protection
equipment and are accessible by fire fighting
If yes, Indicate Number of Continuation Sheets Attached
equipment 360-12.2 (a) (3)
22. The site and facility have adequate drainage, are
drained and free of standing water 360-12.2 (a) (4)
Name Of Inspector/Title (Please Print)
Name of Facility Representative/Title (Please Print)
_______________________________________________________
Signature
______________________________________________________
Signature (acknowledging receipt of facility copy)
47-21-1 (1/98)
(Automated 6/07)
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF SOLID AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
6NYCRR PART 360-12 INSPECTION REPORT
RECYCLABLES HANDLING AND RECOVERY FACILITY
FACILITY NAME
FACILITY NO.
DATE
TIME
REGULATORY STATUS
PERMITTED
REGISTERED
Facility Location
REGION
WEATHER CONDITIONS
UNDER ORDER
EXEMPT
1
Violations of Part 360 are subject to applicable civil, administrative and criminal sanctions as set forth in ECL Article 71.
Items marked NI indicate no inspection and do not mean no violation has occurred
C NI V
C NI V
FACILITY MANAGEMENT
WASTE HANDLING
12. Less than two tons or 15 percent of the facilities
1. Facility is Authorized and solid waste management
average intake per day (whichever is greater) of
occurs within approved area. 360-1.7(a),
residue is generated 360-12.1 (d) (1)
360-1.8(h)(1), (5), 360-12.1(d)
13. Paper and other recyclables who’s marketability may
2. Facility accepts only those solid waste materials
be adversely affected by exposure to the sun or
authorized for management at the facility.
weather conditions are stored indoors, in covered
360-1.14(e)(r), 360-12.2(a)(1)
containers or in another acceptable protected manner.
3. Operational records are available where required.
360-12.2 (a) (2)
360-1.14(c), 360-1.8(h)(8), 360-1.14(e)(2), (i),
14. Solid waste that is separated for recycling s stored
360-12.2 (d)
separately and maintained in a safe, sanitary, and
orderly manner to insure its marketability is not
OPERATION CONTROL
4. Solid waste is sufficiently confined or controlled.
adversely affected 360-12.2(a) (2)
360-1.14(j),
15. Solid waste which the facility does not intend to
5. Dust is effectively controlled. 360-1.14(k)
recover and which does not contain putrescible
material is not stored for a period exceeding two
6. Vectors and vector breeding areas are effectively
weeks unless authorized. 360-12.2 (a) (2)
prevented/controlled. 360-1.14(l)
16. Solid waste or recyclables stored at the facility are
7. Odors are effectively controlled. 360-1.14(m)
stored in a manner so that they are not a nuisance or a
sanitary or environmental problem 360-12.2(a) (2)
8. Noise levels are controlled to prevent transmission of
17. Incidental putrescibles or putrescible residues are not
sound levels above the allowable levels off site.
stored for a period exceeding one week 360-2.12 (a)(7)
360-1.14(p)
18. Non-putrescible recyclables are not stored for a period
WATER
9. Solid waste is prevented from entering surface waters
exceeding 60 days 360-12.2 (b)
and/or ground waters 360-1.14(b)(1)
19. Materials containing refrigerants have had the
10. Leachate is minimized and discharge to waters is
refrigerant properly removed and managed prior to
crushing or shredding of the material 360-12.2 (a) (6)
prevented/controlled 360-1.14(b)(2)
OTHER
20. Telephone numbers to emergency response agencies
ACCESS
11. Access to the facility is adequately controlled
are conspicuously posted in all areas of the facility where
telephones are available 360-1.14(s)
360-1.14(d) 360-112.2 (c)
21. All storage, handling and tipping areas include
Continuation Sheets Attached?
Yes
No
appropriate functioning fire detection and protection
equipment and are accessible by fire fighting
If yes, Indicate Number of Continuation Sheets Attached
equipment 360-12.2 (a) (3)
22. The site and facility have adequate drainage, are
drained and free of standing water 360-12.2 (a) (4)
Name Of Inspector/Title (Please Print)
Name of Facility Representative/Title (Please Print)
_______________________________________________________
Signature
______________________________________________________
Signature (acknowledging receipt of facility copy)
47-15-1 (1/98)-q
(Automated 6/07)
NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF SOLID & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
6 NYCRR Part 360
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITY INSPECTION REPORT
Continuation Sheet
FACILITY NAME:
LOCATION:
FACILITY ID#:
DATE:
TIME:
INSPECTOR'S NAME:
CODE:
PERSONS INTERVIEWED & TITLES
S
REGION
WEATHER CONDITIONS:
DEC PERMIT NUMBER
3
SHEET
CONTINUATION SHEET
PART(S) 360-
OF
YES
NO
Attached
Violations of Part 360 are Subject to Applicable Civil, Administrative, and Criminal Sanctions Set Forth in ECL Article 71
and as Appropriate, the Clean Water and Air Acts.
Additional Violations May be noted on Sheet one of this inspection report.
Provide site sketches, clarification, supplemental information, locations of photographs or samples and/or locations of violations
(uncorrected violations must be described in detail and located on a sketch.)

I Hereby acknowledge receipt of the Facility Copy of this report
_______________________________________________
Inspector’s Signature
Individual in responsible charge
________________________________________________________________
Signature/Date
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