DEP Form 62-710.901(5) "Public Used Oil Collection Center Notification and Annual Report" - Florida

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  • Released on April 23, 2013;
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DEP Form #62-710.901(5)
Form Title PUOCC Notification
D
E
P
EPARTMENT OF
NVIRONMENTAL
ROTECTION
and Annual Report
Effective Date 4-23-13
Mail Station 4560, 2600 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400
Incorporated in Rule 62-710.500(5)
Public Used Oil Collection Center
Notification and Annual Report
1. Notification
To qualify for the protection from liability provided under state law, each Public Used Oil Collection Center must notify the Florida
Department of Environmental Protection no later than 30 days after first accepting used oil from the public. Also required is the
submission of an annual report estimating the quantity of used oil accepted from the public at the center for the previous calendar year.
This report will help the state evaluate the effectiveness of this effort to encourage the public to recycle its used oil.
2. Collection Center Name and Street Address (if different from the mailing address above)
Name
Street Address
City
County
Zip Code
Operator’s Name
Telephone (
)
3. Annual Report
Amount of used oil collected/estimated from the public during the previous calendar year: __________Gallons
4. Certification
To the best of my knowledge and belief, I certify the information provided in this application is true, accurate and correct.
Name of Authorized Applicant (print or type)
Signature of Authorized Applicant
Email address of Authorized Applicant
Please submit this form to: Used Oil Coordinator, MS 4560
Department of Environmental Protection
2600 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2400
For assistance with this form, please call the Used Oil Coordinator at 850-245-8707.
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DEP Form #62-710.901(5)
Form Title PUOCC Notification
D
E
P
EPARTMENT OF
NVIRONMENTAL
ROTECTION
and Annual Report
Effective Date 4-23-13
Mail Station 4560, 2600 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400
Incorporated in Rule 62-710.500(5)
Public Used Oil Collection Center
Notification and Annual Report
1. Notification
To qualify for the protection from liability provided under state law, each Public Used Oil Collection Center must notify the Florida
Department of Environmental Protection no later than 30 days after first accepting used oil from the public. Also required is the
submission of an annual report estimating the quantity of used oil accepted from the public at the center for the previous calendar year.
This report will help the state evaluate the effectiveness of this effort to encourage the public to recycle its used oil.
2. Collection Center Name and Street Address (if different from the mailing address above)
Name
Street Address
City
County
Zip Code
Operator’s Name
Telephone (
)
3. Annual Report
Amount of used oil collected/estimated from the public during the previous calendar year: __________Gallons
4. Certification
To the best of my knowledge and belief, I certify the information provided in this application is true, accurate and correct.
Name of Authorized Applicant (print or type)
Signature of Authorized Applicant
Email address of Authorized Applicant
Please submit this form to: Used Oil Coordinator, MS 4560
Department of Environmental Protection
2600 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2400
For assistance with this form, please call the Used Oil Coordinator at 850-245-8707.
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DEP Form #62-710.901(5)
Form Title PUOCC Notification
and Annual Report
Effective Date 4-23-13
PUBLIC USED OIL COLLECTION CENTER (PUOCC)
Incorporated in Rule 62-710.500(5)
Businesses wishing to be designated as a PUOCC must follow these simple precautions:
1. Notify the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) using this form;
2. Accept used oil from households;
3. Use this Form to annually report to DEP the estimated amount of used oil accepted by the center from the public
during the previous year;
4. Comply with existing state and federal rules concerning the management of used oil;
5. Store used oil in containers which are in good condition, not leaking and are clearly labeled with the words
“Used Oil”;
6. Respond to all releases of used oil (stop the release, contain the released oil, clean up and properly manage the
released oil and make necessary repairs);
7. Do not mix anything with used oil;
8. Do not knowingly accept any used oil containing hazardous substances; and
Use only a Used Oil Transporter which is certified by DEP for removal of used oil from the collection center.
9.
THANK YOU FOR PROVIDING THIS SERVICE
Chapter 403.760, Florida Statutes, Public Used Oil Collection Centers.
(1) The department shall encourage the voluntary establishment of public used oil collection centers and recycling
programs and provide technical assistance to persons who organize such programs.
(2) All government agencies, and businesses that change motor oil for the public, are encouraged to serve as public used
oil collection centers.
(3) A public used oil collection center must:
(a) Notify the department annually that it is accepting used oil from the public; and
(b) Annually report quantities of used oil collected from the public.
(4) The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shall assist the department in inspecting public used oil
collection centers.
(5) No person may recover from the owner or operator of a used oil collection center any costs of response actions, as
defined in s. 376.301, resulting from a release of either used oil or a hazardous substance or use the authority of ss.
376.307, 376.3071, and 403.724 against the owner or operator of a used oil collection center if such used oil is:
(a) Not mixed with any hazardous substance by the owner or operator of the used oil collection center;
(b) Not knowingly accepted with any hazardous substances contained therein;
(c) Transported from the used oil collection center by a certified transporter pursuant to s. 403.767;
(d) Stored in a used oil collection center that is in compliance with this section; and
(e) In compliance with s. 114(c) of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of
1980, as amended.
This subsection applies only to that portion of the public used oil collection center used for the collection of used oil
and does not apply if the owner or operator is grossly negligent in the operation of the public used oil collection center.
Nothing in this section shall affect or modify in any way the obligations or liability of any person under any other
provisions of state or federal law, including common law, for injury or damage resulting from a release of used oil or
hazardous substances. For the purpose of this section, the owner or operator of a used oil collection center may
presume that a quantity of no more than 5 gallons of used oil accepted from any member of the public is not mixed
with a hazardous substance, provided that such owner or operator acts in good faith.
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