Form ECY040-143 "Moderate Risk Waste Facility Checklist for Review of Solid Waste Permit Application Per Wac 173-350-360" - Washington

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MODERATE RISK WASTE FACILITY
Checklist for Review of Solid Waste Permit Application
per WAC 173-350-360
Name of Applicant:
Name of Facility:
Permit # assigned by Health Department:
Date Received:
Lead Agency Reviewer
Determination of Compliance with:
Name:
The Site or Facility:
 m eets all solid waste, air and other applicable
Phone:
laws and regulations
c onforms with the approved comprehensive solid
Signature:
waste handling plan
 c omplies with zoning requirements (JHD only)
ocation requirements
Location
Complete
Meets
Date &
L
Requirements
of material
Initials of
WAC 173-350-360(4)
Reviewer)
There are no specific location standards for
moderate risk waste facilities subject to this
chapter; however moderate risk waste facilities
must meet the requirements provided under WAC
173-350-040(5).
Agency Comments:
Design Standards
Location
Complete
Meets
Date &
Requirements
of material
Initials of
WAC 173-350-360(5)
Reviewer)
For Moderate Risk Waste Facility (5)(a):
Surrounded by a fence, walls, or natural features
and provided with a lockable door or gate to control
public and animal access (5)(a)(i)
Constructed of materials that are chemically
compatible with the MRW handled (5)(a)(ii)
Secondary containment is provided to capture and
contain releases and spills, and facilitate timely
cleanup in areas where MRW is handled. All
secondary containment shall (5)(a)(iii):
Have sufficient capacity to:
Contain ten percent of volume of all
containers or tanks holding liquid or the
total volume of the largest container
holding liquids in the area, whichever is
greater
Ecology is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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MODERATE RISK WASTE FACILITY
Checklist for Review of Solid Waste Permit Application
per WAC 173-350-360
Name of Applicant:
Name of Facility:
Permit # assigned by Health Department:
Date Received:
Lead Agency Reviewer
Determination of Compliance with:
Name:
The Site or Facility:
 m eets all solid waste, air and other applicable
Phone:
laws and regulations
c onforms with the approved comprehensive solid
Signature:
waste handling plan
 c omplies with zoning requirements (JHD only)
ocation requirements
Location
Complete
Meets
Date &
L
Requirements
of material
Initials of
WAC 173-350-360(4)
Reviewer)
There are no specific location standards for
moderate risk waste facilities subject to this
chapter; however moderate risk waste facilities
must meet the requirements provided under WAC
173-350-040(5).
Agency Comments:
Design Standards
Location
Complete
Meets
Date &
Requirements
of material
Initials of
WAC 173-350-360(5)
Reviewer)
For Moderate Risk Waste Facility (5)(a):
Surrounded by a fence, walls, or natural features
and provided with a lockable door or gate to control
public and animal access (5)(a)(i)
Constructed of materials that are chemically
compatible with the MRW handled (5)(a)(ii)
Secondary containment is provided to capture and
contain releases and spills, and facilitate timely
cleanup in areas where MRW is handled. All
secondary containment shall (5)(a)(iii):
Have sufficient capacity to:
Contain ten percent of volume of all
containers or tanks holding liquid or the
total volume of the largest container
holding liquids in the area, whichever is
greater
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Provide additional capacity to hold the
precipitation from a twenty-five-year
storm as defined in WAC 173-350-100, in
uncovered areas
Provide additional capacity to hold twenty
minutes of flow from an automatic fire
suppression system, where such a
suppression system exists
Be segregated for incompatible wastes
Have a base underlying the containers which is
free of cracks or gaps and is sufficiently
impervious to contain leaks, spills,
accumulated precipitation, or fire suppression
water until the collected material is detected
and removed. The base shall be sloped or the
containment system shall otherwise be
designed and operated to drain and remove
liquids resulting from leaks, spills,
precipitation, or fire suppression unless the
containers are elevated or are otherwise
protected from contact with accumulated
liquids
Accessible by all-weather roads (5)(a)(iv)
Prevent run-on and control runoff from a twenty-
five-year storm, as defined in WAC 173-350-100
(5)(a)(v)
Provide a sign at the site entrance that identifies the
facility and shows at least the name of the site, and
if applicable, hours during which the site is open for
public use, and acceptable materials (5)(a)(vi)
Provide sufficient ventilation to remove toxic
vapors and dust from the breathing zone of workers
and prevent the accumulation of flammable or
combustible gases or fumes that could present a risk
of fire or explosion (5)(a)(vii)
Be constructed with explosion-proof electrical
wiring, fixtures, lights, motors, switches and other
electrical components as required by local fire code
or the department of labor and industries (5)(a)(viii)
Provide electrical grounding in areas where
flammable and combustible liquids are consolidated
to allow for bonding to consolidation equipment
(5)(a)(ix)
Provide protection of the MRW handling areas
from wind, rain or snow (5)(a)(x)
For tanks used to store or treat MRW (6)(b):
Tanks and ancillary equipment tested for tightness
using a method acceptable to the jurisdictional
health department prior to being covered, enclosed
or placed in use. If a tank is found not to be tight,
all repairs necessary to remedy the leak(s) in the
system shall be performed and verified to the
satisfaction of the JHD prior to the tank being
covered or placed in use (5)(b)(i)
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Below ground tanks designed to resist buoyant
forces in areas of high ground water and shall either
be (5)(b)(ii):
Retested for tightness at a minimum of once
every two years; or
Equipped with a leak detection system capable
of detecting a release from the tank
For tanks or components in which the external shell
of a metal tank or any metal component will be in
contact with the soil or water, a determination shall
be made by a corrosion expert of the type and
degree of external corrosion protection that is
needed to ensure the integrity of the tank during its
operating life. This determination shall be included
with design information submitted with the permit
application (5)(b)(iii)
Areas used to load or unload tanks designed to
contain spills, drippage and accidental releases
during loading and unloading of vessels (5)(b)(iv)
Tanks and piping protected from impact by vehicles
or equipment through use of curbing, grade
separation, bollards or other appropriate means
(5)(b)(v)
Tanks structurally suited for the proposed use
(5)(b)(vi)
Tanks, valves, fittings and ancillary piping
protected from failure caused by freezing (5)(b)(vii)
Prefabricated structures with concealed construction
meet the requirements of chapter 296-150F WAC,
Factory-built housing and commercial structures,
administered by the department of labor and
industries (5)(c)
Agency Comments:
Plan of operations
Location
Complete
Meets
Date &
Requirements
of material
Initials of
WAC 173-350-360(6)(e)
Reviewer)
A description of the types of solid wastes to be
handled at the facility (6)(e)(i)
A description of how MRW will be handled on-site
during the active life of the facility including
(6)(e)(ii):
Methods for managing and/or identifying
unknown wastes
Procedures for managing wastes that arrive in
corroded or leaking containers or when MRW
is left at the gate when the facility is unattended
Protocol for sorting, processing and packaging
MRW
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Procedures to protect containers of MRW
susceptible to damage from weather and
temperature extremes
Maximum quantities of MRW to be safely
stored in each area at any time
Waste acceptance protocol to preclude and
redirect fully regulated dangerous waste and
any unacceptable waste types, such as
explosives and/or radioactives
For facilities that offer material exchanges, a
procedure for determining what MRW is
suitable for exchange and how the materials
exchange will be operated
Describes how equipment, structures and other
systems are to be inspected and maintained,
including the frequency of inspection and
inspection logs (6)(e)(iii)
Safety and emergency plans including (6)(e)(iv):
A list of all on-site emergency equipment with
its capability, purpose, and training
requirements
A description of actions to take if leaks in
containers, tanks, or containment structures are
suspected or detected and for other releases
(e.g., failure of runoff containment system,
gases generated due to chemical reactions or
rapid volatilization)
Forms used to record volumes or weights (6)(e)(v)
Other such details to demonstrate that the facility
will be operated in accordance with subsection 4
and as required by the JHD (6)(e)(vi)
Agency Comments:
Ground Water Monitoring
Location
Complete
Meets
Date &
Requirements
of material
Initials of
Requirements WAC 173-350-360(7)
Reviewer)
There are no specific ground water monitoring
requirements for MRW facilities subject to this
chapter; however, moderate risk waste facilities
must meet the requirements provided under WAC
173-350-040(5)
Agency Comments:
Closure plan
Location
Complete
Meets
Date &
Requirements
of material
Initials of
WAC 173-350-360(8)(d)
Reviewer)
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A description of the activities and procedures that
will be used to ensure compliance with WAC 173-
350-360(8)
An estimate of the maximum volume of MRW on-
site at any time during the active life of the facility
Closure cost estimates and projected fund
withdrawal intervals from the financial assurance
instrument, if such an instrument is required by
WAC 173-350-360(9)
Agency Comments:
Financial Assurance Requirements
Location
Complete
Meets
Date &
Requirements
of material
Initials of
WAC 173-350-360(9)
Reviewer)
The owner or operator of any fixed moderate risk
waste facility that stores more than five hundred
fifty gallons of MRW on-site, is required to
establish financial assurance in accordance with
WAC 173-350-600
NA
Proof of financial assurance shall be provided to the
JHD prior to the acceptance of any MRW. The
financial assurance instrument shall provide
sufficient funds to guarantee that all closure
requirements are met. In the event that hazardous
substances are released to the environment and site
remediation is necessary, additional financial
assurance shall be provided in order that site
remediation can be accomplished
Nothing in this section shall prevent an owner or
operator from including the cost of MRW facility
financial assurance in an instrument established for
a colocated permitted solid waste facility so long as
there are adequate funds available for both closure
activities and the instrument identifies the
commitment of funds for both activities
Agency Comments:
Ecology is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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