DEP Form 62-710.901(2) "Used Oil and Used Oil Filter Record Keeping Form" - Florida

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DEP Form #62-710.901(2)
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E
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Form Title Used Oil and Used Oil
EPARTMENT OF
NVIRONMENTAL
ROTECTION
Filter Record Keeping Form
Mail Station 4560, 2600 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400
Effective Date 4-23-13
Incorporated in Rule 62-710.510(1)
Used Oil and Used Oil Filter Record Keeping Form
and Instructions
Rule 62-710.510 of the Florida Administrative Code requires each registered person to maintain records on either this or a substantially equivalent form which
contains the same information. This information must be kept on-site for three (3) years and be available for inspection by DEP during normal business hours.
Used oil filter information is optional (but recommended). The used oil from filter management must be recorded and reported.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
Used Oil Source
Date
Number of
Gallons of
Type
End
Destination of Used Oil/Used Oil
State
Mark “X”
Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip Code, EPA
Filters
Used Oil
Code
Use
Filters
ID Number, if applicable
Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip
if not
Code
Code, EPA ID Number, if applicable
Florida
I. TOTAL
Automotive
Industrial
Mixed
J. TOTAL
End Use
N
O
F
I
B
D
Collected
Managed
Code
In State
In State
Out of
Out of
State
State
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DEP Form #62-710.901(2)
D
E
P
Form Title Used Oil and Used Oil
EPARTMENT OF
NVIRONMENTAL
ROTECTION
Filter Record Keeping Form
Mail Station 4560, 2600 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400
Effective Date 4-23-13
Incorporated in Rule 62-710.510(1)
Used Oil and Used Oil Filter Record Keeping Form
and Instructions
Rule 62-710.510 of the Florida Administrative Code requires each registered person to maintain records on either this or a substantially equivalent form which
contains the same information. This information must be kept on-site for three (3) years and be available for inspection by DEP during normal business hours.
Used oil filter information is optional (but recommended). The used oil from filter management must be recorded and reported.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
Used Oil Source
Date
Number of
Gallons of
Type
End
Destination of Used Oil/Used Oil
State
Mark “X”
Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip Code, EPA
Filters
Used Oil
Code
Use
Filters
ID Number, if applicable
Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip
if not
Code
Code, EPA ID Number, if applicable
Florida
I. TOTAL
Automotive
Industrial
Mixed
J. TOTAL
End Use
N
O
F
I
B
D
Collected
Managed
Code
In State
In State
Out of
Out of
State
State
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DEP Form #62-710.901(2)
Form Title Used Oil and Used Oil
Filter Record Keeping Forms
Effective Date 4-23-13
Incorporated in Rule 62-710.510(1)
Instructions for Completing the
Used Oil and Used Oil Filter Record Keeping Form
Use this form to comply with the Used Oil Management Rule, Chapter 62-710.510, Florida Administrative Code.
Column A. Used Oil/Filter Source: Print the described information required for each location (including EPA ID number,
if the location has one) where used oil, oily waste, and used oil filters (optional) are collected or the name and registration
number of the transporter from whom such material is received. List only one source per line. If you are sending such
materials off-site, then print the name of your business in this space.
Column B. Date: Fill in the date used oil (filters optional) is collected from source or shipped to a destination
Column C. (Optional) Number of Filters: Enter the number of filters handled by direct count, or from the following table:
One 55-gallon drum of crushed used oil filters = approximately 400 used oil filters
One 55-gallon drum of uncrushed used oil filters = approximately 250 used oil filters
One ton of drained used oil filters = approximately 2,350 used oil filters
Column D. Gallons of Used Oil: Enter the total number of gallons received from each used oil source or shipped to a
destination in Column G.
Column E. Type Code: Enter the type code (from the table below) of the used oil.
Column F. End Use Code: Enter the end use code (from the table below) of the used oil.
Column G. Destination of Used Oil/Filters: Print the listed information for each location to which used oil/filters are
delivered. If the used oil/waste/filters are stored, processed or end-used at your facility, then print your company
information here.
Column H. State: Record whether the used oil/filters were picked up/delivered to a facility outside of Florida by marking
the box. If the facility was located within Florida, leave this box empty.
Box I. Total Collected: Record the total number of gallons (from this page) collected, by type and source.
Box J. Total Managed: Record the total number of gallons (from this page) Managed, by type and source.
TYPE CODE
END USE CODE
A - Automotive: Includes spent engine oil from cars, trucks,
N - Shipment transferred to another facility for storage or
trains, boats, planes, farm equipment and other off-road
processing (not an end use).
automotive engines as well as such related automotive lubricants
as transmission fluids, brake fluids, and gear lubricants.
O - Marketed as an on-specification used oil fuel.
I - Industrial: Includes spent oils from industrial operations
F - Marketed as an off-specification used oil fuel.
such as compressor turbine and bearing oils, hydraulic oils,
I - Marketed for an industrial process (includes processing into
metalworking oils, gear oils, electrical oils, refrigeration oils,
asphalt, use in phosphate mining beneficiation, processing lube
tank bottoms, industrial process oils, and oil from ships.
base stocks by re-refining, and use a form or chain oil).
B - Burned as an off-specification used oil fuel.
M -Mixed: means a mixture of industrial and automotive oils.
This term should be used only when it is impossible to
D – Disposed of by being landfilled, treated at a wastewater
determine the type of oil when its source is considered
treatment unit, or incinerated (includes disposal of bottom
sediments, water, or other oily wastes).
Any questions concerning this form may be referred to the Used Oil Coordinator, MS 4555, Department of Environmental Protection,
2600 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, FL 32399-2400, Phone (850) 245-8707.
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