70 FR 53475, Sept. 8, 2005, unless otherwise noted.
(a) You may be eligible for a standardized permit if:
(1) You generate hazardous waste and then store or non-thermally treat the hazardous waste on-site in containers, tanks, or containment buildings; or
(2) You receive hazardous waste generated off-site by a generator under the same ownership as the receiving facility, and then store or non-thermally treat the hazardous waste in containers, tanks, or containment buildings.
(3) We will inform you of your eligibility when we make a decision on your permit application.
The following subparts and sections of this part 270 apply to a standardized permit:
(a) Subpart A - General Information: All sections.
(c) Subpart C - Permit Conditions: All sections.
(e) Subpart E - Expiration and Continuation of Permits: All sections.
(f) Subpart F - Special Forms of Permits: § 270.67.
(g) Subpart G - Interim Status: All sections.
(h) Subpart H - Remedial Action Plans: Does not apply.
(i) Subpart J - Standardized Permits: All sections.
The information in paragraphs (a) through (j) of this section will be the basis of your standardized permit application. You must submit it to the Director when you submit your Notice of Intent under 40 CFR 124.202(b) requesting coverage under a RCRA standardized permit:
(a) The Part A information described in § 270.13.
(b) A meeting summary and other materials required by 40 CFR 124.31.
(d) Information that allows the Director to carry out our obligations under other Federal laws required in § 270.3.
(e) Solid waste management unit information required by § 270.14(d).
(g) A closure plan prepared in accordance with part 267, subpart G.
(h) The most recent closure cost estimate for your facility prepared under § 267.142 and a copy of the documentation required to demonstrate financial assurance under § 267.143. For a new facility, you may gather the required documentation 60 days before the initial receipt of hazardous wastes.
(i) If you manage wastes generated off-site, the waste analysis plan.
(j) If you manage waste generated from off-site, documentation showing that the waste generator and the off-site facility are under the same ownership.
You must submit a signed certification based on your audit of your facility's compliance with 40 CFR part 267.
(a) Your certification must read: I certify under penalty of law that:
(1) I have personally examined and am familiar with the report containing the results of an audit conducted of my facility's compliance status with 40 CFR part 267, which supports this certification. Based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for conducting the audit and preparing the report, I believe that my (include paragraph (a)(1)(i) and (ii) this section, whichever applies):
(i) My existing facility complies with all applicable requirements of 40 CFR part 267 and will continue to comply until the expiration of the permit; or
(ii) My facility has been designed, and will be constructed and operated to comply with all applicable requirements of 40 CFR part 267, and will continue to comply until expiration of the permit.
You must keep the following information at your facility:
(a) A general description of the facility.
(b) Chemical and physical analyses of the hazardous waste and hazardous debris handled at the facility. At a minimum, these analyses must contain all the information you must know to treat or store the wastes properly under the requirements of 40 CFR part 267.
(c) A copy of the waste analysis plan required by 40 CFR 267.13(b).
(d) A description of the security procedures and equipment required by 40 CFR 267.14.
(e) A copy of the general inspection schedule required by 40 CFR 267.15(b). You must include in the inspection schedule applicable requirements of 40 CFR 267.174, 267.193, 267.195, 264.1033, 264.1052, 264.1053, 264.1058, and 264.1088.
(g) A copy of the contingency plan required by 40 CFR part 267, subpart D.
(h) A description of procedures, structures, or equipment used at the facility to:
(1) Prevent hazards in unloading operations (for example, use ramps, special forklifts),
(2) Prevent runoff from hazardous waste handling areas to other areas of the facility or environment, or to prevent flooding (for example, with berms, dikes, trenches),
(3) Prevent contamination of water supplies,
(4) Mitigate effects of equipment failure and power outages,
(5) Prevent undue exposure of personnel to hazardous waste (for example, requiring protective clothing), and
(6) Prevent releases to atmosphere,
(i) A description of precautions to prevent accidental ignition or reaction of ignitable, reactive, or incompatible wastes as required by 40 CFR 267.17.
(j) Traffic pattern, estimated volume (number, types of vehicles) and control (for example, show turns across traffic lanes, and stacking lanes; describe access road surfacing and load bearing capacity; show traffic control signals).
(l) An outline of both the introductory and continuing training programs you will use to prepare employees to operate or maintain your facility safely as required by 40 CFR 267.16. A brief description of how training will be designed to meet actual job tasks under 40 CFR 267.16(a)(3) requirements.
(o) The most recent closure cost estimate for your facility prepared under 40 CFR 267.142 and a copy of the documentation required to demonstrate financial assurance under 40 CFR 267.143. For a new facility, you may gather the required documentation 60 days before the initial receipt of hazardous wastes.
(q) Where applicable, a copy of the insurance policy or other documentation that complies with the liability requirements of 40 CFR 267.147. For a new facility, documentation showing the amount of insurance meeting the specification of 40 CFR 267.147(a) that you plan to have in effect before initial receipt of hazardous waste for treatment or storage.
(s) A topographic map showing a distance of 1,000 feet around your facility at a scale of 2.5 centimeters (1 inch) equal to not more than 61.0 meters (200 feet). The map must show elevation contours. The contour interval must show the pattern of surface water flow in the vicinity of and from each operational unit of the facility. For example, contours with an interval of 1.5 meters (5 feet), if relief is greater than 6.1 meters (20 feet), or an interval of 0.6 meters (2 feet), if relief is less than 6.1 meters (20 feet). If your facility is in a mountainous area, you should use large contour intervals to adequately show topographic profiles of facilities. The map must clearly show the following:
(1) Map scale and date.
(2) 100-year flood plain area.
(3) Surface waters including intermittent streams.
(4) Surrounding land uses (residential, commercial, agricultural, recreational).
(5) A wind rose (i.e., prevailing wind-speed and direction).
(6) Orientation of the map (north arrow).
(7) Legal boundaries of your facility site.
(8) Access control (fences, gates).
(9) Injection and withdrawal wells both on-site and off-site.
(10) Buildings; treatment, storage, or disposal operations; or other structure (recreation areas, runoff control systems, access and internal roads, storm, sanitary, and process sewerage systems, loading and unloading areas, fire control facilities, etc.)
(11) Barriers for drainage or flood control.
(12) Location of operational units within your facility, where hazardous waste is (or will be) treated or stored. (Include equipment cleanup areas.)
If you store or treat hazardous waste in containers, you must keep the following information at your facility:
(a) A description of the containment system to demonstrate compliance with the container storage area provisions of 40 CFR 267.173. This description must show the following:
(1) Basic design parameters, dimensions, and materials of construction.
(2) How the design promotes drainage or how containers are kept from contact with standing liquids in the containment system.
(3) Capacity of the containment system relative to the number and volume of containers to be stored.
(4) Provisions for preventing or managing run-on.
(5) How accumulated liquids can be analyzed and removed to prevent overflow.
(b) For storage areas that store containers holding wastes that do not contain free liquids, a demonstration of compliance with 40 CFR 267.173(c), including:
(1) Test procedures and results or other documentation or information to show that the wastes do not contain free liquids.
(2) A description of how the storage area is designed or operated to drain and remove liquids or how containers are kept from contact with standing liquids.
(c) Sketches, drawings, or data demonstrating compliance with 40 CFR 267.174 (location of buffer zone (15m or 50ft) and containers holding ignitable or reactive wastes) and 40 CFR 267.175(c) (location of incompatible wastes in relation to each other), where applicable.
(e) Information on air emission control equipment as required by § 270.315.
If you use tanks to store or treat hazardous waste, you must keep the following information at your facility:
(a) A written assessment that is reviewed and certified by an independent, qualified, registered professional engineer on the structural integrity and suitability for handling hazardous waste of each tank system, as required under 40 CFR 267.191 and 267.192.
(b) Dimensions and capacity of each tank.
(c) Description of feed systems, safety cutoff, bypass systems, and pressure controls (e.g., vents).
(d) A diagram of piping, instrumentation, and process flow for each tank system.
(e) A description of materials and equipment used to provide external corrosion protection, as required under 40 CFR 267.191.
(g) Detailed plans and description of how the secondary containment system for each tank system is or will be designed, constructed, and operated to meet the requirements of 40 CFR 267.195 and 267.196.
(i) Description of controls and practices to prevent spills and overflows, as required under 40 CFR 267.198.
(j) For tank systems in which ignitable, reactive, or incompatible wastes are to be stored or treated, a description of how operating procedures and tank system and facility design will achieve compliance with the requirements of 40 CFR 267.202 and 267.203.
(k) Information on air emission control equipment as required by § 270.315.
If your facility has equipment to which 40 CFR part 264, subpart BB applies, you must keep the following information at your facility:
(a) For each piece of equipment to which 40 CFR part 264 subpart BB applies:
(1) Equipment identification number and hazardous waste management unit identification.
(2) Approximate locations within the facility (e.g., identify the hazardous waste management unit on a facility plot plan).
(3) Type of equipment (e.g., a pump or a pipeline valve).
(4) Percent by weight of total organics in the hazardous waste stream at the equipment.
(5) Hazardous waste state at the equipment (e.g., gas/vapor or liquid).
(6) Method of compliance with the standard (e.g., monthly leak detection and repair, or equipped with dual mechanical seals).
(b) For facilities that cannot install a closed-vent system and control device to comply with 40 CFR part 264, subpart BB on the effective date that the facility becomes subject to the subpart BB provisions, an implementation schedule as specified in 40 CFR 264.1033(a)(2).
(d) Documentation to demonstrate compliance with 40 CFR 264.1060 must include the following information:
(1) A list of all information references and sources used in preparing the documentation.
(2) Records, including the dates, of each compliance test required by 40 CFR 264.1033(j).
(3) A design analysis, specifications, drawings, schematics, and piping and instrumentation diagrams based on the appropriate sections of “Course 415: Control of Gaseous Emissions” (incorporated by reference as specified in 40 CFR 260.11) or other engineering texts acceptable to the Director that present basic control device design information. The design analysis must address the vent stream characteristics and control device operation parameters as specified in 40 CFR 264.1035(b)(4)(iii).
(4) A statement you signed and dated certifying that the operating parameters used in the design analysis reasonably represent the conditions that exist when the hazardous waste management unit is operating at the highest load or capacity level reasonable expected to occur.
(5) A statement you signed and dated certifying that the control device is designed to operate at an efficiency of 95 weight percent or greater.
If you have air emission control equipment subject to 40 CFR part 264, subpart CC, you must keep the following information at your facility:
(a) Documentation for each floating roof cover installed on a tank subject to 40 CFR 264.1084(d)(1) or (d)(2) that includes information you prepared or the cover manufacturer/vendor provided describing the cover design, and your certification that the cover meets applicable design specifications listed in 40 CFR 264.1084(e)(1) or (f)(1).
(c) Documentation for each enclosure used to control air pollutant emissions from tanks or containers under requirements of 40 CFR 264.1084(d)(5) or 264.1086(e)(1)(ii). You must include records for the most recent set of calculations and measurements you performed to verify that the enclosure meets the criteria of a permanent total enclosure as specified in “Procedure T - Criteria for and Verification of a Permanent or Temporary Total Enclosure” under 40 CFR 52.741, appendix B.
(f) An emission monitoring plan for both Method 21 in 40 CFR part 60, appendix A and control device monitoring methods. This plan must include the following information: monitoring point(s), Monitoring methods for control devices, monitoring frequency, procedures for documenting exceedences, and procedures for mitigating noncompliances.