"Scrap Tire Recovery Facility Inspection Checklist" - Ohio

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Scrap Tire Recovery Facility Inspection
Checklist
Facility Name
Class I
Class II
Address
Date
Time
Weather
Inspection Representatives
Facility
Health District
Ohio EPA
Other
Inspection Type
Reason for Inspection
Comprehensive
Required
Other
Re-Inspection
Focused
Is the above site being operated in compliance with the following regulations? Please mark the box in the appropriate
column to denote compliance status. Marking the box in the NO column indicates that a violation has been noted.
Please mark the N/A box if not applicable to this location. This checklist is not all inclusive of regulations applicable to
scrap tires.
Y N
N/A
Y N
N/A
3745-27-65 General operational criteria
(5) Sufficient drainage
(C)(1) Acceptance of material
(6) ST 50’ from ignition sources
(7) Portable containers ≥100’ from buildings not
(b) Only accept ST waste
owned/leased by o/o
(c) Remove and dispose of any other waste
(8) Receive/transport ST only to allowed facilities
(d) Obtain authorization to accept non-ST waste
(9) Access for emergency vehicles
(e) Obtain license
(10) ST not stored under bridges, elevated trestles,
(4) Copy of approved PTI, registration or license
elevated roadways, elevated RR or under powe
lines with > 750 volts or that supply power to fire
(5) Maintenance of access roads
emergency system
(6) Control of access to facility
(E)(3)(a) Class II outdoor storage:
(7) Prevent scavenging
2
(i) max. storage ≤ 7x DDIC or 10,000 ft
, whichever
(8) Minimization of work area
is greater
(9) Nuisance, health hazard or water pollution
2
(ii) 10,000 ft
TDC or TDF
(10) Post instructions at entrance
2
(iii) Max. storage area 10,000 ft
(11) Exclusion of animals
(iv) Storage areas in (ii) and (iii) not for whole, cut,
baled, rough shredded ST
(13) Appropriate runoff management
(b) Class II inside max. storage ≤ 15x DDIC or
(D) General ST management
2
10,000 ft
whichever is greater
(1) No submergence or soil cover
(c)(i) Class I outdoor max. storage ≤ 15 x DDIC or
2
20,000 ft
whichever is greater
(2) Fire lanes clear and accessible
2
(ii) 20,000 ft
aggregate processed ST storage of
(3) ST dry and treated for mosquitoes
TDC/TDF
(4) Only store ST in storage area
2
(iii) ST byproducts max. storage 20,000 ft
Updated: 2/2016
Scrap Tire Recovery Facility Inspection
Checklist
Facility Name
Class I
Class II
Address
Date
Time
Weather
Inspection Representatives
Facility
Health District
Ohio EPA
Other
Inspection Type
Reason for Inspection
Comprehensive
Required
Other
Re-Inspection
Focused
Is the above site being operated in compliance with the following regulations? Please mark the box in the appropriate
column to denote compliance status. Marking the box in the NO column indicates that a violation has been noted.
Please mark the N/A box if not applicable to this location. This checklist is not all inclusive of regulations applicable to
scrap tires.
Y N
N/A
Y N
N/A
3745-27-65 General operational criteria
(5) Sufficient drainage
(C)(1) Acceptance of material
(6) ST 50’ from ignition sources
(7) Portable containers ≥100’ from buildings not
(b) Only accept ST waste
owned/leased by o/o
(c) Remove and dispose of any other waste
(8) Receive/transport ST only to allowed facilities
(d) Obtain authorization to accept non-ST waste
(9) Access for emergency vehicles
(e) Obtain license
(10) ST not stored under bridges, elevated trestles,
(4) Copy of approved PTI, registration or license
elevated roadways, elevated RR or under powe
lines with > 750 volts or that supply power to fire
(5) Maintenance of access roads
emergency system
(6) Control of access to facility
(E)(3)(a) Class II outdoor storage:
(7) Prevent scavenging
2
(i) max. storage ≤ 7x DDIC or 10,000 ft
, whichever
(8) Minimization of work area
is greater
(9) Nuisance, health hazard or water pollution
2
(ii) 10,000 ft
TDC or TDF
(10) Post instructions at entrance
2
(iii) Max. storage area 10,000 ft
(11) Exclusion of animals
(iv) Storage areas in (ii) and (iii) not for whole, cut,
baled, rough shredded ST
(13) Appropriate runoff management
(b) Class II inside max. storage ≤ 15x DDIC or
(D) General ST management
2
10,000 ft
whichever is greater
(1) No submergence or soil cover
(c)(i) Class I outdoor max. storage ≤ 15 x DDIC or
2
20,000 ft
whichever is greater
(2) Fire lanes clear and accessible
2
(ii) 20,000 ft
aggregate processed ST storage of
(3) ST dry and treated for mosquitoes
TDC/TDF
(4) Only store ST in storage area
2
(iii) ST byproducts max. storage 20,000 ft
Updated: 2/2016
Facility Name
Date
Y N N/A
Y N N/A
(iv) Storage areas in (ii) and (iii) not for whole, cut,
(c) 18” between top of piles and sprinklers
baled, rough shredded ST
(d) 3’ between top of piles and roof
(F) Additional requirements
(e) 3’ between top of piles and ducts
(1) Outside storage
2
(G) Fire contingency plan on site
(a) Pile size ≤ 2500 ft
basal area
(b) Pile height ≤ 14 ft
(H) Mosquito/vector control
(c) See fire lane chart (Appendix I)
(1) Effective mosquito/vector control
(d) Approved alternative stacking plan
(2) ST dry or proof of larvicide application
(2) TDC or TDF stored outside:
(3) If mosquitoes discovered, apply larvicide/
(a) Piles ≤ 250’ long and 50’ wide
adulticide
(b) Piles ≤ 14’ high
(4) Records available
(c) Fire lanes in accordance with Appendix I
(I) Proper fire equipment on site
(3) ST stored in building or covered structure
(J)(1) Shipping paper system
2
(a) Pile size ≤ 2500 ft
basal area
(2) Maintain daily logs
(b) Aisles between piled at least 8’ wide
OAC 3745-27-57 Shipping papers
(c) 18” between top of piles and sprinklers
(B) Two or three part shipping papers
(d) 3’ between top of piles and roof
(C) Use of shipping papers
(e) 3’ between top of piles and ducts
(D) Proper completion of forms and all required info
(4) TDC or TDF stored inside
(E) Records retention
(a) Piles ≤ 250’ long and 50’ wide
(b) Aisles between piles ≤ 8’
OAC 3745-37-01 License
(A) Valid license
Comments:
Print Name of Inspector Completing Form
Signature
Date
Updated: 2/2016
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